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High School Heisman program honors Madison Blackstone There are some students who set the bar. They work harder, show more passion and lead by example ~ in the classroom, on the field and within the community. Wendy's High School Heisman recognizes Madison Blackstone from Superior High School and her dedication to never cutting comers by naming her a school win- ner. Since 1994, Wendy's and the Heisman Trophy Trust have been run- ning the same play to perfection: hon- oring more than 600,000 of the nation's most esteemed students. This year, Wendy' s will eelehrate the accomplish- ments of thousands of the best high school seniors, awarding winners in five phases. School winners will receive a cer- tificate and a Wendy's High School Heisman Patch. State finalists will re- ceive a bronze medal, a Wen@' s High School Heisman State Finalist patch and a $25 gift card. From the group of State finalists announced Oct. ! 8, one senior male and female will be .se- lected from each state and announced as state winners on Oct. i 9. The Wendy's High School Heisman was created hy Wendy's founder Dave Thomas in 1994. Dave Thomas drop- ped out of high school when he was 15 years old in order to work full-time and went on to become one of the most successful entrepreneurs in history. While this nontraditional path led to his prosperity, it always worried Dave that others would follow in his foot- steps and expect to achieve similar fame and wealth by not finishing high school or attending college. Faced with this dilemma, at 61 years old, Dave enrolled at Coconut Creek High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla and received his GED. Inspired by this moment and with a desire to celebrate the outstanding achievements of youth in America, he launched the Wendy's High School Heisman program. Twenty-two years later, Weedy' s High School Heisman has honored more than 600,000 of the nation's most esteemed seniors who share Wendy's values of giving back to their communities, treat- ing people with respect, continuing education and excelling on the athletic field. Nora B,o,oo Diane Gebers and Jackie Jensen visited Carol Janda at her home near Lawrence Thursday afternoon. Sue Williams stayed the weekend with Ryan, Sarah, Alexis and Aurora Eubank in Pratt. Helen Gebers. Diane Gebers and Murlene Schleufer helped serve the You're Invited Birthday Bash Birthday Bash for Lathan, 80, and Sharon Russell will be celebrating an- other year older, Saturday, Oct. 28, 1:30 to 4 p.m at the Superior VFW Club. if you are not able to make it, cards can be sent to them at: 866 E. 7th St Superior, NE 68978. 38-6p II I Highland By Ivalee Jacobitz A birthday party was held Saturday honoring Natalie Jacobitz on her 10th birthday, Guests were Onya Myers, ValIey Koehler, Harley Beale, Raylene Miller, Alena Burger, Emily Jacobitz, McKiusey Covey, grandmothers and aunts. Because of windy conditions it was moved from the park to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Josh Jacobitz. Mr. and Mrs. Run Porter watched Addy McDermott play volleyball at Lincoln Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Don Cassell stayed Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Scott Clements and family at Lincoln. Mrs. Darrell Jensen and Marlys Jensen were coffee guests of Muriel Follmer last Monday morning. Tues- day. Muriel played cards at the Senior Center Last Wednesday. the Bthle study group had a pot luck plcmc at the Arnold E~,~Lnk w~nd. Ga}le Follmer came Saturda.~ to ha,e time v, tth her mother. Munel Follmer. She returned home Sunda, morning. Sunday. Run Porter. Mr and Mrs Jerome Mazour. Mr and Mrs. George Jensen, Munel Follmer and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen v, ere guests of Darlene Sha~. Wa~rne Porter made books on the Porter ancestry for each one. Before returning home. Darlene and her sister. Phy Ills O'Dey. ser',ed soup, sandwiches and cake. Mrs. John Jensen ,~ as a coffee guest of I valee Jacobt tt [hursday afternoon. Ivalee Jacobttz ', isited Audre~ Sun- day Saturday mornmg. Markee Ktle was a Saturday evenmg ~tsltor of lvalee. Jeanette Wolfe was a Sunday after- noon visitor of Ivalee Jacobitz; they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Schroer and their guest from Franklin and saw the ne,~. baby. Nash Daniel Schroer. and Blame. Saturday night. Gary and Bernita Ostdtek attended the v, edding at Friend ofWes Ostdiek and Micbelle Saltzman. Mr. and Mrs. Cars, Ostdiek helped celebrate Hadley's ninth birthday with Mr. and Mrs. Chad Ostdiek last Sum day'. Traveling and won't be home to read this newspaer on the normal de- Rose and Shaw . present program at UMW meeting Sue Rose and Avis Shaw presented the world Thank Offering program entitled "'The Sacred Space of Sharing Food" for the United Methodist Women's group at I:30 p.m last Wednesday in the church"fellowship hall. Darlene Hale accompanied the nine women singing "Be Present at our Table Lord" and "Praise God from Whom A I1 Blessings Flow." The scrip- ture, John 21 : 1-14, was read. Members shared meaningful meals they had par- ticipated in with others and joined in a responsive reading with prayer. UMW members contribute to a special offer- ing annually and voted to match this with a gift to the local food pantry. Quilts made by Esther Martin were on display for viewing, These will be donated to the Superior police, EMT and fire departments for use when the need arises. Lap robes will be given to the hospital A baby crib quilt made by Esther and quilted by Linda Cox will be donated tot use at the Harvest Fes- tival. The next meeting w ill be the annual noon potluck luncheon and installa- tion of officers on Dec. 2. The program committee ~dl act as hostesses for the ex ent. I Davenport Senior Center Menu Oct. 30 to Nov. 3 Monday Scrambled eggs and saw ~age a~,erole. tater patt~, muffin Tue,da) : Bier Rocks casserole, let- tuce salad, puddmg. Wednesday: O,en lned chicken. au gratm potatoes, garden blend veg* 4-H News Republic Pioneers 4-H Club cel- ebrated 4-H Sunday by attending church at the First United Methodist Church in Bellevitle. After the service members and their families had a pot luck meal. After the meal, president Lasondra called the meeting to order. 19 members and two leaders answered roll, call. The minutes were read and approved. Tyler Stindt gave the treasurer's report. Kayla McCarmey gave the 4-H council report. In new business, Kayla McCarmey conducted installation of officers. The club accepted the invitation from the Sherdahl Boosters 4-H Club to attend their project fair exchange as the clubs' November meeting, to be held after Achievement Day on Nov. 5. New leader, Gina Aurand, reminded members to sign up to be project lead- ers. She also reminded them to sign up to participate in district club days. Kiplee Kussman andCarsyn Frasier led the club in song. October birthdays were celebrated: Avery Stindt, Jaren Aurand, Josiah Field and Page Waite. After adjournment, members went to Republic County Jr-Sr High School for district officer training. Hebron to host Humanities Nebraska speaker Maisha Godare will present a pro- gram "'Getting to Know American Muslims and Their Faith" at 7 p.m No~ 14. at Courtyard Terrance (just west of the hospital) in Hebron. This presentation is made possible by Humanities Nebraska, the Nebraska Cultural Endowment and Alpha Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. The presentation will be an over- view of American Muslim life and etable, de~,ert, culture illustrating what it means to be Thursday: Fish. roasted potato. Muslim in America. This interactive Har~ardbeet~.PmeappleUpsideDown intbrmal talk will cover beliefs, prac- cake. tices and values, Muslim population Fr,day: Cheeseburger soup, muf- data, holidays and celebrations and fin. peaches, x~ -8 juice, lslams connection with other faiths. KINGSWOOD COURT Thursday, October 26.20! 7 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Members of the Republic County Pioneers 4-H Club celebrated 4-H Sunday by attending church at Belleville First United Methodist Church. Pictured are (back, from left) Lasondra Aurand, Jaren Aurand, Branden Frasier. Blake Aurand, Tyler Stindt, Andrew Hubert, (third row) Dylan McCartney, Sherice Fraiser, Josiah Frield, Jaycte Street Kiahlynn Kussman, (second row) Kiplee Kussman. Carsyn Frasier, Elijah Field, Emma Hubert, Avery Stindt Paste WaRe, (from) Ritee White and Mia McCartney. The Hebron Lion's Club is spon- soring the costume contest parade. Soup Supper Judging is at 5:15 p.m. with the parade to follow. Trunk or Treat will begin at 5:15 p.m. on Lincoln Avenue between and Fourth Streets Halloween Craft & BakeSale Third l 10 a.m.-2 p.m. "~ -' ' I Baked Goods . Gree~ingCards atSp.m. I Christmas Cards Crafts . . Niftv Th.m I Free ~,II ofler,n~ w,u~ mmey' lily I Menu: proceed~ to be u~ed for Sh Chili Soup Chicken Noodle Soup m~sglon r ~le~r- . p:. - I Barbecues, Homemade Pie, Coffee or Tea , ,qZ~) N, ~enlrai :)uperlor, NeO. I Wanted: Trick or Treaters 7-/'/c/c of T/'eat tm o/7 November 2017 Saturday, Nov 4 Auction starts Food-Fun- Auctmn at 7:30 p.m. (' Hot Beef Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes and % .~i, Gravy, Salads, Pies, Ice Tea, Coffee and Water 3 . Free Will Offering