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"% • 2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 10, 2013 Area Happenings |l.r} obse00 NaUo00l 4-nThisWOKweek Nuckolls 4-H ..... :  . club mmebers m joining with more Todd Williams, a master painter, TherewillbcablooddriveinBeloit tlum 6 million othm" young people ...... willpresentaprogramattheRedCloud Thursday and Friday at the NCK Tech across the country in eelelmtting Na- Opera House Wednesday. The pro- gram is entitled "Painting the Legacy of Nebraska." Rural Ohiowa will be getting a win- ery. Lazy Horse Vineyards received a conditional use permit from Fillmore County. BuildinKconstruction will be- gin next fall:" " i ." -_._____..___ Edward and Roxann Zenobi, Sioux Falls, S. J.," we iinjured when their motorcycle' enie:red a curve at a high rate of £peed" in Hebron. The two were transported to the hospital when they were thrown :frbm their motorcycle. Edward w.apirl6t Wearing a helmet. The Edgar Rural Fire Board pur- chased a "RES-Q Tube". The device is used to e[.tricate victims trapped in grain bins: " Stephen Zohn and Nathan Lindberg started Sleepy ttollow Whitetails, south of Scandia. The pair raise deer which are sold to hunting preserves. A genealogy class is being offered in Beloit Oct. 19 and Nov. 9 at the Port Library. Futures Conference the things the 4-H youth development ! program offers young people and high- By Phyllis Schoenholz lights the 4-H young l..ple who each Extension Educator day work to make a positive impact on Tom Vilsaek, U.S. Department of their community. Agricuituresecretarywillbeoneofthe Locally, a €lmllunge has been is- keynote speakers at the 2013 Rural sued to 4-H me•barn and volunteers. Futures Conference at 2:30 p.m. Tues- The challenge: People of any age who day, Nov. 5 in the Grand Ballroom of want to show their 4-H support during The Comhu3ket Hotel, Lincoln,. Neb. National 4-HWeekmmllto tskea WellnessCenterGyranasim.. tional 4-H W',k, which ta= place //lit, RESCOE Registraton open annually during the tint full week of octob. N=kolis County *n icy=- for 's Rural agm National 4-H Week to cclebrate ..... Vilsackwillalt°uthisvisionforan unique picture wearing a 4-H Shirt innovadlee tdl economy that un- then post the picture to Facebook or leashes new opportunity and provides Twitter. Specifically the 2013 Wear a even greater benefits for the U.S. 4-H Shirt pictures may be posted to economy in the long term. He will https:/Iwww.facehook.€om/evunts/ discuss efforts to expand markets for 1423147697912912/ American agricultoreproducts athome and abroad, while strengthening local - TI-te. IP" ¢tureinclude:Mnst reopse m One Photo, Nelm Land- and regional markets for farmers and scapes and Fun With Food. ranchers. He will discuss new income opportunities and stronger climate so- When making a post be sure to tag the photo with the category entry. lutions through natural resources con- "4-H is helping me feel more com- servation, and he will outline the po- fortable with talking to people I don't tential to expand advanced renewable know well." said cond year 4-H energy and bio-based product creation member, Megan Lukert of Hebron. in rural America. Living Faith Fellowship Church is sponsoring a special series of programs under the title of Marriage on the Solid Rock. , . . . Amy Delaney, Nelson, was among the more than 1 ;900 students qualified for Metropolitan Community College' s summer.quarter dean' s list. National Prescription Drug Take- Back Day will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26. Locations include the Clay Count, Sheriff's Office, Clay Center, Franklin County Sheriff's Office, Frankli n , Jefferson .County Sheriff's Office,, Fairbury. Buffalo County Sheriff's office, Kearney, Nebraska Attorney General's Office, and St. Francis Medical Center, Grand Island. For late breaking news updates follow our Facebook entries at The Superior Express and I • , Vestey Senior Meals Program Oct. 14 to Oct. 18 Monday: Chicken strips, potato wedges, mixed vegetables, Mandarin oranges. Tuesday: Meat loaf, au gratin pota- toes, peas, mixed fruit cup. Wednesday: Pot roast, potatoes and carrots, green beans,, cake and ice cream. Thursday: Salisbury steak, hashbrown casserole, beets, five cup salad• Friday: Lemon baked fish, rice pi- laf, carrots, apricot halves. The 2013 Rural Futures Confer- "This year I participated in the ence: Beyond Boundaries will bring Cempany'sComingcontestandhadto sit with the judge and talk about my together people from all walks of life theme and menu with ber. lalsohadto to celebrate the importance of rural talk to different judges about my top communities. People from across the and shorts that I sewed, answ'ing The Superior Volunteer Rescue Squad added five new Emergency Medical Technicians this year. Newest members globe are registering and want to ere- questions about what I learned and of the squad are (from left) TJ Ehlers, Shelley Stricklin, Alicea Gentry, Chris Anderson and Chris Peterson. ate energy and enthusiasm for new and liked best about the project." iunovative ways to address complex h hm daown that parficipa-Sup w fi opportunitiesandchallengesthataf- tionin4-Hhma'signiflcantpositive erior e lcomes ve new EMT's feet rural people and places, impact on young people. Recent fmd- • In 2012 the registration needed to ings from the Tufts University 4-H By Marty Pohlman T J Ehlers is a Superior resident and her husband, Bryan, and their three be ended early beeaus the Conference The Superior Volunteer Rescue the mother of a six year old son. She children. filled up early. UNL is encouraging works at the Java Juice Care. Her me- She cites the example of her family people to register as soon as possible, tivation for becoming an EMT as her motivation for helping to serve To reserve a spot visit http:H rural ter. Davenport Senior Center Menu Study of Positive Youth Development indicate that, whim compared to their peers, young people in 4-H ate: • Nearly 4 times more likely to contribute to their communitiet, • Two times more likely to pursue healthy behaviors like, and • Two times more likely to engage in science, teohnology, engineering and math (STEM) progfiuns in the out-of-' school time. Nuckolis County has more than 200 4-H members and 50 volunteers. Pede attend Squad is a subdivision of the Superior Volunteer Fire Department. It's most familiar face and voice to area resi- dents is the sight and wail of the siren of one of the squad's two ambulances as they respond to fires and medical emergencies throughout the Superior area. The ambulances are staffed by Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) or Emergency Medical Re- spenders. They are the lifeblood of the squad. They are the trained, v61unteer personnel who staff the units. Though the names and faces may not be famil- iar to everyone in the community, the Oct. 14 to Oct. 18 Monday: CLOSED: COLUMBUS DAY. Tuesday: Chicken supreme bake, broccoli florets, garlic toast, tropical Jewell County Record. fruit. ]' I[ wedllesda'y: Beef stew with barley; 'j'("'JIc ' il'(*=llJlOlrl[ .... lettuce salad, biscuits, apple turnover. Lars and Bonnie Pedenn returned We Letter Thursday:Bonelessporkchop, hash last Wednesday from a trip to the ' Trucks brown casserole, cooked cabbage with "Essex" Reunion in Nashville, Tenn. • • baby carrots, ice cream. The Essex was the aircraft tan'i•- Lars Superior Publishing Co. Friday:Troutmeltonabun, creamy served on doring the Korean War. Crew -4024379-3291 wild rice, mixed veggies, sliced members have been meeting once k , peaches. • year at varoions cities around the coun- try. CREST THEATRE &VIDEO MOVIE SHOWTIMES: Friday, Saturday & Sunday The Pedersens also visited Bill and Phyllis Baxter at Athens Ala., Lars' cousin. Later, they were guests.of Ri- chard Coffey of Kodak, Tenn., also a Navy friend. Before returning home they were guests of Carlie Sharek, SewecHey, Pa., and visited with Andy Sharek and EMT's are residents of the community they serve. They represent the vital link between an emergency and trans- porting the patient to the appropriate medical facility. They advise the hos- pital of the severity of the situation and are trained to stabilize patients as they are transported. The squad consists of 12 EMT's and two EMR's. The ranks of the EMT's grew by five oyer the past year. Individuals underflo'ixmonths of in- tense training after wfiich they are tested and licensed. Classes are conducted by Central Community College, Hastings, and are given in communities when there are at least eight students en- rolled. The students may come from VIDEO HOURS: Friday and Saturday: e to 10 p.m. 0ct. 11, 1:2,13.7:30 p.m. Sunday: 6 to 9 p.m. great-grandson, Liam, and Kelsey any area community to make up the ,nordertorestoretheirdyingsafehaven, tho$onofPoseidonand Pri e Rib Dinner Spe, ziai! his friend's embark on a quest to the Sea of Monsters to find the mythical Golden Fleece while trying to stop an ancient evil from dsing.  Starring: L°gan Lerman' Alexandra Daddari° and Brand°n T" Jacks°n I Friday, Oct. 11 i" So S up p I From 5-'. p.m.. 't,! we mn out, /_7 • •   " Craft &: Bake Sale J DAIIIg'S I 243 Central Avenue, Superior, NeK 68978 • 402'879-9905 Beginning at Noon: Bhked Goods - Greeting Cards - Christmas Cards - Crafts ,, ' Soup Supper Beginning at 5 p.m, Fre will offering with proceeds to be used for mission projects :: Menu: ChiliSoup, Chicken Noodle Soup, Barbecues, Homemade Pie, Coffee or Tea ( ISSN 0740-0969 ............ w ,€ MEXICAN NIGHT at Superior VFW TACOS EnChiladas Every Tuesday Night urritos 5 to 10 p.m. raco Salad Call ahead 402-879-4490 for take outs! And Morel Superior VFW 118 South .Central Street • Superior, Neb. i i • :":CiOOWiO! S'. " '"' i , ' .; :: :" : ' ':/": .(A'::i!..::i:::::; SATURBAY, OCTOIIER 19 • 8:00 A.U.- &@@ o ! Per!odical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 and ,  : Mankato, Kan. 66956 Bill Blauvelt ................................ Publisher ;i .i i Subscription Rates, payable in advance: One yea! re:Nebraska .......................... $26.00 One ye•a in Kansas .............................. ,$27.50 (Itadudes sales tax of area where being delivered) .... " " • ....... $37 Msewliere m Umted States .......... ....... 00 '.: : To Our Readers We welcome the submission of information and pictures publicatk.l in:this newspaper. Please submit only information and pictures fdr w!raicl you have the right to pirmil the newspaper touse and publish. :A!I submissions require the name and address of the person submitting. All photographs submitted to the newspaper may be published, used and distribuled in print or electronic editions of the newspaper: • "Ihank you for your cooperation. " Published every. Thursday by Superior t ublishing Company, Inc. 148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 E-mail: tsc@superiorne.coln Selected pdions of the newspaper available on the web at .' Pod@master: Send address changes to: • The Superior Express PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 Telephone: 402-879-3291 • FAX: 402-879-3463 stemmed from hearing other volun- teers pagers going off and thinking "I could help." She did more than think about it and has been a member of the squad since 2012 and also serves as the unit's vice-president. Shelley Stricklin is another Supe- rior resident. She is a dispatcher-jailer for the Nuckolls County Sheriff's De- partment in Nelson. Her motivation for becoming an EMT was simply to help people• She watched the dedica- tion Cammie Kroeger and Carrie Lemke have brought to the squad and was inspired to do the same. She has also been a member of the squad since 2012 and is the lieutenant for the squad. Chris Petersen resides in Superior and is a computer consultant for Fujitsu America, Inc. He is married and the father of a son who is a student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He volunteered to undergo the train- ing and become an EMT so he can give back to the community. He is carrying on a family tradition as his faCe, as an EMT in Superior for manJtears. He is a 2013 member of the EMT graduating class. Chris Anderson lives in Superior with his wife, Taylor. He is employed at Superior Outdoor Power Center. the community• Her mother is a R. N. at Brodstone Memorial Hospital, and is a former rescue squad member• One brother serves as a deputy sheriff in Republic County and her other brother serves in the United States Army. Bryan is a member of the volunteer fire de- partment and her father served with the fire department. She is also a 2013 class member. In addition to the newer members, the squad consists of Carrie Lemke, the unit captain• Ron Gruwell is the president and Jon Paddock, and EMR serves as the secretary-treasurer. Other long time squad members are Becky Caldwell, Camie Kroeger, Brenda Combs, Jeff Combs, an EMR, Rick Disney and Gloria Nobles. When a call comes into 911, the dispatcher sounds an alarm which goes out to every member's pager• The first available responders make their way to the Superior Public Safety Building and takes the ambulance to respond to the call. These volunteers are on call 24 hours per day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, unless it's Leap Year in which case it's 366 days, So while you are working, playing, sleeping and living life, there is a group of volun- teers • waiting to assist should the need Extension News By Phyllis Schoenholz, extension educator A pass word for your computer, iPad, phone or website is a string of text used so that you can get access to a website or device. Passwords, in combination with a username or ID, provide"proof.' of identity. Typically, the user creates a pass- word and usemame when registering with a website, and then re-enters the information on retum visits. Some- times when creating an account for a f'mancial institution or other secure site, a password is created for you and then you have the opportunity to change it at a later time. According to an article written by website, a password should be hard for someone else to guess. So don't use a common word or information that could be figured out based on who you are (e.g, birthdates, dog's name). Create a different pass-, word for each site you visit that re- quires a password. Although life can become compli- cated with many passwords, it is rec- ommended that you use a different password for every site. If someone (cybercriminal) were to get your pass- word on one website, they would try • that same password and usemame on other sites, such as banking websites. Use very strong passwords for most important or sensitive sites such as banking and email. Strong passwords contain eight or more characters and include upper- and lower-case letters, punctuation, symbols and numbers. The greater the variety of characters in your password, the stronger they are. Periodically change your pass- words. One problem with creating unique passwords for each site is keep- ing track of them in a secure manner. Most browsers offer the ability to re- member your login and password for sites you visit. It will automatically fill these in when you visit the site. To access your saved passwords, Check your browser's options or settings for password and security settings. Firefox encrypts your saved pass- words if you choose to use a master password. This browser feature makes it very convenient for you, but is un- wise to use ifother people can/recess your computer or if someone were to steal or otherwise gain access to your computer. There are "password managers" He was a member of the volunteer arise, such as Lastpass, Keepass and fire department and saw the need for Classes are held on an irregular PasswordSafe that can file your pass- EMT's.WhenanEMTclasswasorga- basis. Should you be interested in be- words so you can remember them. If nized he enrolled and continues to help cominganEMT, contactCarrieLemke you choose to use a password man- the community. He is a 2013 class at the Public Safety Building or Jan ager, be sure to use one that keeps your member of the squad. Diehl, Superior City Clerk, for more information encrypted and allows you Alicea Gentry lives in Superior with information. ' to access them from multiple comput- • erE. Some people write down their pass- " Pivot Point Quilters words on paper• If you choose to do Rubber Stamps will meet Oct. 21 that, be sure that other people will not be able to see them. Superior Publishing Co. Pivot Point Quilters of South Cen' 148 E; Third St. tral Nebraska will meet at 7 p.m. Mon- day at the United Methodist Church in School Menus Superior 402-879-3291 r Bladen. All who are interested in quilts and quilting are welcome to attend. Superior Public Schools Your news is Diane Harris will be the featured Breakfast quilter, and there will be a demonstra- Oct. 14 to Oct. 18 important to us tion on quilt binding. Everyone is in- We'd like to include yourfamily vited to bring quilts completed or in news in the Superior Express. The progress for show and tell. addresses are P.O. Box 408 for Currently there are quilters attend- mailing, deliveryto148EastThird ing from Lawrence, Kenesaw, Hol- Street, telephone: 402-879-3291, stein, Hastings, Red Cloud, Campbell, fax: 402-879-3463 or e-mail: Minden and Bladen. For more infer- tse @, mation, contact Diane Harris. ___] NEW PATIENT SPECIAL FREE Comprehensive Dental Exam Diagnostic X-rays s25 Call now to schedule an appointment JOSEPH FISCHER, D.D.S. 402-879-1355 785-527-5602 FISCHER FAMILY DENTISTRY 1050 Washington, Superior, Neb. • I • • I I • O I O I I IO II OIl O O O I O I BIB O O O I'1 I I I I I • • • WINTER " • -" BURN PIT HOURS .-" • • Monday - 1 - 4 p.....m •• • i : Wednesday - 1 - 4 p.m. -" Saturday- 10 a.m. to noon, 1 - 4 p.m. • Jan Diehl, City Clerk • • • Superior, Neb. • • nmmm munmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm.mmmmmmm Monday: Waffles or cereal,juice or fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast burrito or ce- real, juice or fruit, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast pizza or ce- real, juice or fruit, milk. Thursday: Donut or cereal, juice or fruit, milk. Friday: Yogurt parfait or cereal, juice or fruit, milk. Oct. 14 to Oct. 18 Monday: Ham and cheese sand- wich or runza, onion rings. Tuesday: Cheeseburger or chicken. fajitas, tater tots. Wednesday: Chicken or breaded beef, mashed potatoes, roll. Thursday: Rib with bun and baked potato, broccoli• Friday: Tacos or deli sandwich, rice. The Express Policy The Express will publish en- gagement announcements, wed- ding photographs and accompa- nying information without charge. Wedding pictures should be pub- lished soon after the marriage cer- emony Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after the wed- ding. Although TheExpress does not charge for publishing the pictures and stories, they reserve the right to give space preference to couples who purchase their wedding invi- tations, programs and other sup- plies from The Express• Anniversary pictures are pub- lished with a report after the obser- vance. Pictures may be included in an invitation display ad near the bottom of the page. There is a 15-cent per word charge for inclu- sion in the "You're Invited" col- umn on page 3. information received in writ- ing by 4 p.m., Monday, is.given preference for inclusion in that week's paper• The Express reserves the righ't to edit and condense all copy submitted• r r 6 4 r