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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 26, 2017 Area Happenings ! Deshler's Spring Creek Vet Clinic is sponsoring a Halloween pet contest, Saturday, at 3 p.m. Deshler's Parkview Haven is holding a decorated pumpkin contest, Tuesday at 9 a.m. The Deshler Chamber of Commerce is having their Trunk or Treat event, Saturday, at 3 p.m. Ash ley Olson, executive director of the Willa Cather Foundation at Red Cloud has begun a term on the Ne- braska Tourism Commission. Olson and 10 others from around the state were appointed to the commission by Gov. Pete Ricketts. The 11 appoint- ments were the result of changes made with LB822 which was approved by the legislature and the governor earlier this year. The Express Policy The Express will publish engagement announcements, wedding photographs and accompanying information without cha rge. Wedding pictures should be published soon a fter th e marriage ceremony. Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after the wedding. Although The Express d oes not charge for publishing the pictures and stories, they reserve the right to give space preference to couples who purchase their wedding invitations, programs and other supplies from The Express Anniversary pictures are published with a report afh'r the observance. Pictures may be included in an invitation di.~pla~ ad near the bottom of the page There is a 15-cent per word cha rge for inclusion in the "Youre Invited" column on page 3 Information received in writing by 4 p-m Mondav, i.~ given preference for inclusion in that week's paper. The Express reserves the right to edit and conden~ all copy submitted The Republic County FFA chapter unveiled its newly built greenhouse on the Republic County High School cam- pus. Three South Central Nebraska resi- dents are hospitalized following a two vehicle accident on Highway 136 in Webster County. Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Langer of rural Guide Rock were hospitalized in Kearney and John Hedge of Nelson in Lincoln following the crash which happened Friday. A former Fillmore County Sheriff, the late Frank Stelnacher, was inducted into the Nebraska SherifPs Associa- tion Hall of Fame Growing old in America It used to be that turning 100 years of age was a big deal Not ~o anymore. says the As~ociauon of Mature Amen- can Citizens. Take Lu% Treccasse who turned 112 recently and celebrated her birth- day with famil~ and friends and a half bottle of beer. But. alas. ~he holds no records, as such She's only the eighth oldest person in the U S. In fact. the Centers for Disease Control ~ay s there are more than 72,(X~) Amencan cente- narians today, compared w lth a little more than 50.f~] m the ear 2(~ CREST THEATRE cresttheatre org Supenor Neb. 402-879-3819 Friday, Saturday and Sunday Oct 27"28 and 29 7:30 p.m. Kingsman: The Golden Circle C"-I ~"'- 2 ~' .7, ~"~S A/lent/on Legion and SAL Members Last Man's Banquet Monday, Nov. 6 6:30 p.m. (Happy Hour from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.) American Legion Hall West Eighth Street Superior, Nebraska ,umey g/nnez wff/ ne servea D/our aux/l/ary members Halloween Party Friday, Oct. 27 Prizes for Best Costumes : A :<-.-~ ~ ~ D.J. Dan Drink ~~~9 p.m. - 1 a.m. SpecialG ~ " Live Music Superior VFW 3355 118 South Central Street Superior, Neb. -y ISSN 0740-0969 Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 Bill Blauvelt Publisher Subscription Rates, payable in advance: One year in Nebraska $28.00 One year in Kansas $30.00 ~ Includes sales tax of area where being delivered) Elsewhere in United States $39.00 To Our Readers We welcome the submission of information and pictures for pubhcation in this newspaper. Please submit only information and pictures for which you have the right to permit the newspaper to use and publish. All submissions require the name and address of the person submitting. All photographs submitted to the newspaper m a y be pu blished, used and distributed in print of electronic ed itions of the newspaper. Thank you for your cooperation. Published every Thursday by Superior Publishing Company Inc 148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 E-mail: t~e@superiorne.com 9~elecled portions of the newspaper available on the web at superiorne.com Postmaster: Send address changes to: The Superior Express PO Box 408, Superior, Nebroska 68978 Telephone: 402-879-3291 * FAX: 402-879-3463 as for and ms ~: 4t~-.--~- Davenport church VesteySenior " z ,--.i hosts I,WML fall rally Meals. s,Vro"*am L- =" St. Peter Lutheran ChurcK Da~en- -- "--- port, hosted the 2017 Lutheran Oct. 30toNov. 3 Women's Missionary League De~hler Monday: Sloppy Joe, potato ch~p~ ZonefallrallySunday.RuthAnnGuse, coleslaw, peaches, bun. president of St. Peter's LWML. web Tuesday: Sauteed Goblln~ w~th eomed 34 zone members and sl x guests. Gremlins, toasted toad eyes, creamed Pastor Brian Francik. DeshlerZone eyes of newt, tombstones, Wltche~ Pastoral counselor, opened the meet- brew, ing with a short devotion based on the - "" theme, "'Jesus Christ Ai'x)~e All. For Wednesday: Smothered steak, ma~h . All.'" He shared a hst of names for potatoes with gravy, mixedvegetable~. corn salad, cinnamon apples. Jesus from scripture and how Jesus is --. the only way. the truth and thelife. It is Thursday: Liver "n onions or ham- ~ our mission to share this message with burger, tossed salad, scalloped pota- toes, Harvard beets, fruited JellO. -- all people, cookie. . A short business meeting was held Friday: Beef 'n noodles, carrot~. lth the election of officers for 2018 followed by thelr installation by Pastor green bean salad, fruit cocktail. Francik Kathy Anderson, LWML Ne- braska South District VP of Commu- nications. Grand Island, gave the dis- Births trict report. Linda Fees, past district president, Leviand Andma(Kai)Trautman of Donna Meyer and Julie Folkerts used a Wakefield announce the armal ot ~,t)n. Power Point presentation to share some Logan Kai of their experiences during their mis- Trautman, born sion trip to Russia and the Baltics. The on Oct. 4 at Faith mission group gave Bibles, fruit, din- Regional Health pers. hygiene items, vitamins, school Services in Nor- supplies and playground balls to the folk. He weighed childrenintheorphanages.Bibleswere 9 pounds, 7 also given out at the hospitals they ounces and was were able to visit. 22 inches long. Carolyn Meyer, Deshler Zone del- His siblings are Graycen. 8: Ashlyu. 6: egate to the LWML National Convert- and Brooklyn. 3. He is being v, atched tion in Albuquerque, N.M gave the over from Heaven by angel siqer convention report. The LWML mis- Lauryn. Grandparents are Ke~m and sion grant goal for 20t7-2019 was set Bonnie Kai of Wakefield and 1.~ Ic and at $2 million. Twenty-two mission Jacalyn Trautman of He,kin, Great projects were selected to be funded, grandparents are Madel~n Ka~ ot The ingathering for the afternoon Wayne, Dorothy Kue,ter ,t Beemer of $343 will go to the Orphan Grain and Vernon Mohlet el Superior Train to buy supplies for the children in the Russian orphanages. Anita I-I~Lri~ scheduled Harms invited the group to St. Peter Lutheran Church, Deshler, for the 2018 for discussion of LWML Deshler Zone fall rally. The I,~Nl~ rule changes aftemoon ended with a short devotion and hymn led by Christian life leader The Little Blue NRD Ixmrd of dir Joyce Krolt, Faith Lutheran, Hebron. rectors in June imposed a temporary TheclosingprayerwasofferedbyVicar stay on the construction of ne~ high- Greg Schaffer, St. Peter, Davenport. eapacitywellsinthedismct(thosethat Lunch was served by the St. Peter pumpmorethanS0galhmspermumte~ LWML women. The purpose of the qa? w a~ to g~ e the directors time to prepare ue'~ r !e~ and lO~tl~ regulationsdeahng ~!th P-:gar,~ ~e Bare-knuckle~ ~ velopment and gro~ndv, me~ manage Bare-knnckle boxing is illegal in ment.The sta~ ~fll exp~re.~,~ De~ most places, but an Australian he-man In order to addre,~ "he ,~e~ e ,r>~e~-~ recentlynmdethetopofthenewscycIe of ne~ hlgh-capac:r.~ we ~ ~ qe- !~e u, hen he felled a tree with his bare stay is lifted, the d;srr:, < -ec,-q~ knuckles.accordingtotheAss(~'iation mend,ng change, -" (%r~te~ " ", he : of Mature American Citizens. "'Ground~.ater Ma~'age ~e]nT ~ a it?.-aPC Hetookoffhisglovesandpounded Regulam;n for the :~,r~,'.w,c,- the trunk of the tree with his bare fists trolhng trr~gar~,~ ,~ e, de~ e~ mme,x r until the tree could take no more and marginal a.arer area, ~c.-rec-:e~ ~c toppled over. He retired in tnnmph metric waTer ,pv!,e, r ho e area~ with his head held high aud h~s knuck, and ,edm ,~e ~ore-'t.:~ . :,c-, ,e lesawashinblood.Admlrer,~hot~de~ r~eee ~ are, ~e*v to memorialize the fern bu! other~ ,r The c~'a~ge, '4 ~'lll(; -Ie ,]~,v-.el: ~.D tile scene simply called h~m a -he c~-~rr-~t';,-~r ,; .u new ~gl~-~~r kmlcklehead. ~a rx :-gar,or: wa*e ,re ,- ~,~: r" ~Me a~v~ng -he !~io~mlm :totl,tIe, Whenangry.counltol0befnrevou ,~t:,~re ,a,ue- =".~n- q~ "~,>, .1 speak: il reD' angD. a 100 ~1"!~1~ "'d!~iD~ "he ll]nli1311W [L--' ~ltallt" " -- -" =e',;,i ~11~3~" ~(:'dtlir'l~e"ql %'r~q" ~,I~)( ;d'~t~" ~/ -t-- ~'L~'[ .~=~]~'~'~" aT=It "OIJLII'"I')~ '}it= .'--: "%'MI'- HUSKER GAMES ,~i@ 3.c'tq %er',~ ~', =be ,1q~2 re" -.t ,-'e A'~oid the traffic and crowds, grab ,our referred w here,n ~ hra~.~e~q ~,x. a~ " sesa.a.~. I.he aQ~aJ'er s -kaI~raled S~aiJ~ friends and come to Superior Bowl for ness, transmissivity and specific yield game day specials and great company foqhepmposedwelllocationasdocu- merited in the 2011 LBNRD hydro- Husker Game Day Specials all season geologic study. For league information call 402-879-4447 A copy of the proposed rules and regulations is available from the NRD Ask for Cam or Jay ~, r ~ ! SX~ ~ at {402) 364-2145, or on the district's Monday-Friday 4 p.m. - 1 1 p.m. l~Allll~<, website: ww w.littlebluenrd.org. The public hearing tO receive testi- Saturday 11 a.m. - Midnight ~~ mony on the rule change is scheduled Sunday 11 a.m.-8 p m. ~~1 for Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. at the LBNRD SUPERIOR -~ .~---~ office inDavenport. The board of di- rectors conlinues to work on additional groundwater management rules which 126 E. Second. Supenor. Neb * 402-879-4447 ~ I" they hope to have ready for public ,~- ~3 hearing in late winter. Clip and Save , Superior Public Transportation Attention Writers Transportation for All Ages Community writers Available Monday through Friday wanted in Ruskin, Hardy, Byron, Edgar, DeWeese 8 a.m. to Noon and Lawrence. and Use your talent to pmnt 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. a picture of life ~n your area and share it w~th your neighbors near and far 402-879-4679 For more information contact:,$1.0(2 each boarding 1~ Superior Chp and Save , 402-879-3291 Stoo ,o, .o. 29 ANNUAL Superior, .eb. 68978~ BANQUET IIIIII --- Nuckolls Co. Museum Notes The Nuckolls County Historical Society October board meeting was called to order b> Dave Frey at 10 a.m Oct. 13 -Fen members were present. Minutes of the pre~lous meeting was read and approved. Treasurer's report w as read and appro~ ed. Alfred Hanson. Ste ~ e Renz and Ron Sc hott were work- mg with the American Fencing Com- pany that t~ mstalhng lencmg around the museum property. Board members w.ere pleased to receive the doors to the KH Q radio station that ~a~ located tn Oak. Many autographs are on these doors includ- ing one from Robert Taylor. The board ~ excited to set up a display. The radio station wa~ purchased and moved to St Joseph. Me where the KFEQ call letters are still bemg used. Cleaning and displaying items in the museum is a project that never ends. as the board continues to receive new items The Christmas Program is planned tot Dec. 3. at 2 p.m in the church. Museum will be open that afternoon to the public November business meeting will be at loam Nov. 13 in Pioneer Hail. Be sure to check this newspaper's web pages at superiorne.com for pic- tures and stories not published in the printed edition. Superior Bow1 League Standings Men's leagues Results- Week 7 of 24 10/20/2017 Industrial League Won Lost Ray's Auto 19.5 8,5 Double G Cattle 14.5 13,5 Saathoff Construction 11 17 Superior Insurance 11 17 Season: High scratch game: Ben Bargen 227, Steve Bargen 224, Lyle Mertens 203, High scratch series: Steve Bargen 614. Ben Bargen 545. Lyle Met-tens 526. Results- Week 7 of 24 [0/17/17 Commercial League Won Lost 3-9 Express 20 8 Scott iV 16 12 Mid-States 14 14 Ideal 6 22 Season: High scratch game: Kyle Bouray 202, Mark Conger 195, Steve Martin 193. High scratch senes: Kyle Bouray 540, Mark Conger 538, Dean Ehlers 515. Hairpin League Results- Week 7 of 25 10118/2017 Hairpin League Won Lost Superior Bowl 18 10 Scott IV 18 10 Superior Out or Power 17 11 Ideal 5 12 16 House of Hues 10 18 Ideal 5 9 t9 Weekly High Scratch Games: Lexi Saalhoff 196, Judy Os1168, Cindy Hewill 168. High Scratch Series: Lexi Saathoff 530, Mary Sawyer 468, Jennifer Jensen 455. Oak By Phylbs Schmitt Save the Date Saturday, Nov. 4 10:30 a.m. Carmen's Style Show at Superior Estates Winery Fall Food, Kelly Fall Fashions o/tra, la9 ~e ~7 3 Centra Superior Neb 402-879-3721 For Reservations call 402-879-3001 Halloween Party Friday, Oct. 27 7 p.m. Prize for the Best Costume Drink Specials and Snacks Everyone Welcome 3628 Road E Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3146 NELSON DENTAL CLINIC EST 1984 First in Nebraska to Offer: lntr-Oral Cameras Dental Lasers Cavity Detection Lasers Virtual Vision Digital X-Rays Licensed Parental Sedation, Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation CALL 402-225-2828 Robert Wilson, DDS Comprehensive Family Denistry including Cosmetic Implant, Root Canal, Crowns and Bridges. Denlures. Invisalign Premier Provider Hospital Dentistry COMFOR Y CONSCIOUS DENTIS YR Y STATE OF THE ART CLINIC On the weh at www.nelsondentalclinic.com Gaylen and lackie Cox are great- grandparents for the first time. A boy born to Andrew and Sierra Shaw on Thursday night at Mary Lanning Hos- pital. His name is Jepp William and he weighed 7 pounds. 7 ounces. Gaylen and Jackie went to see them on Friday. That night, they attended the football game at Sandy Creek. Phyllis Scl~mitt was a coffee guest of Gayten and Jackie Cox Saturday. Phyllis Schmttt and Gerry Eckles both played cards at the Senior Center in Nelson last Tuesday. Gerry Ecktes celebrated another birthday. Phyllis Schmitt took her out for supper Friday night to Fairfield. On Saturday, the family celebrated her birthday in Hastings at the home of Ruth Peterson. She went with Lorrell Peterson and Rhonda Brubacher brought her home and remained as an overnight guest. Donna Gillan quilted last Monday. Last Tuesday, she attended Tai Chi. Last Wednesday, she went to Bible study and then attended a potluck din- ner at Kathy Essink's cabin. Thursday, she attended Tai Chi. Thursday evening. Donna Gillan accompaniedTerriOItmans toGeneva to see Barb and Brad Williams as his father died. They' also attended the viewing. Friday night, she went with Jim and Terri to Bruning for the L-N football game. On Sunday, the church women ate lunch at Davenport. Philip Sears, Edmond, Okla has been in the area helping with harvest. He was guest speaker at the First Com- munity Church Sunday morning. The funeral was held at the church for Kathy Holmes. mother of Lenora Holmes, late Sunday afternoon. A comnmnity lunch was held afterwards for family and friends 270 South Main ~.~"~ Nelson, NE Appointments are i: available Monday ~ ~,~', Ilj~"~ Amer. ax A(alnm through Friday ~!,~ or Cosmrn( Dtn.str~. a~~. NuckollSchapter County rl-masarrm Friday, Nov. 10 "~ Nelson City Auditorium Nelson, Nebl 5:30 p.m. - Social Hour "~')'J~~'d~ 7:30 p.m. - Banquet COg. 8 p.m. - Auction I ! ! o