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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November e, w i~ I i I A 2003 e Visiting Marly and Peggy Gafrela, Brothers, Mike, David and Weidon Gibbon,was Charith Owen. Ch th Bemcmlmlfriend, PhilRhodes, allof Owen visited Genelda "Max" Snyder Geoqlia, Ipent the past week visiting in Mary Lunning Hospital. relatives and pleasant hunting in the ---------- Suped~ area. They were entertained The ninth annual Fall Festival of inthehom ofJimandLorraineSmith. Winds took place at Doane College Betty and Amold Smith, Barb and Nuil Saturday. About 185 students from 52 Thomsen, Evelyn Sweet, Hardy, Allt chools, includingKaylaPorter, Supe- and Marge Holle, Deshler, and nor, were selected by audition for a neth and Marian Andersen, LincohL Festival Band and Honor Band. Stu- dents participated in an all-day work- Alberta Bagley, Hasting~ wu 1 shop, then performed a concert Satur- Oct. 25 and 26 weekend guest all.ms day. and Bonnie Pedersen. They all/ a birthday party honoring Area residents attend Petersen, Oak, Saturday eveniq. grantwrltt workshop Sunday attended the St. Pld ~ Twenty-four South Central Ne- Church worship sexvicel at ~ braska residents attend a grantwriting the Republic United Method~al~h workshop sponsored by the South Cen- tral Nebraska Economic Development Vision Task Force. Most of those at- tending represented local governments, fire departments, community clubs and non-profit organizations from Clay, Nuckolls and Webster counties. Each is involved in helping their organiza- tion obtain grant funding. John Falconer, director of spon- sored programs for the University of Nebraska at Kearney was the work- shop facilitator. The workshop cluded with remarks from Lori Ferguson, a representative of~ man Tom Osborne. Max VanSkiver, general of the South Central Public l wm'Db- trier, r'ed as the workshop lmtt. 1rim workshop was held Oct. ~< Area residents attendin~ ~l~ Sharon Pallas, Jani~ l~a~mlltc, VOnda Mosher, Vedene Wataott, Jeat Beth Himmlbt=rlg NekllClll~ Old Lemke, Judy Sdlott, ~ and Sheryl Buescha. Harvest Festival. Guests of Lit ladllel~lRlhlsn guam m rill mlilL an lff.I i I lll Ill II Mrs. Bob Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Bruns were at Euless, Texas, several days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pike and family. ]hdlerton competes in award program lat, ed LeRoy Fuilerton, 19, a mem- Iletoftllle Superior FFA Chapter, com- ill the wildlife production and llqpnmt-eatr#p~neurship profi- t at the National Oct. 29-Nov. I, ~'a~ recognize FFA who excelled as agricultural llllllllld ployees or volunteers lurers-on career ex- Wildlife production and il ficiencentrepreneurship is one y awards catego- |llaw lfi= slit as a trapper at age 13, IPalkN~ Ira= harvested 282 pelts. Ful- IlllnilaU dnl r of the Superior FFA ==1 Iris advisor is David A 2003 graduate of Superior khool l llerton plans to take up ill wildlife management and AtO one day pursue a career as a trapper. He is the son of Bruce aml Linda Fullerton. Webster County Health Fair The Webster cmnty Health Fair will be held at the Red Cloud Commu- Center on Saturday,Nov. 15, from to 11 a.m. The Nebraska Lions Me- Ifik Screening Unit will offer free tests including hearing, glaucoma, blood pressure and blood sugar. The Kearney Air Care Helicopter will be on site. A wide variety of organizations provid- ing health related services in Webster County will have exhibits at the Health Fair. Attmlct IbeX: 101 Workshop held atNeis0n were (standing from loft)Lori FergUson, Sharon Pallas, Janice ~, Vonda Masher, Verlene Watson, Joan Unruh, Beth Himmelberg, Nelda Clark, Carol Lemke, John Falconer (seated) Judy 8chart, Karen Tinkham and Sheryl Buescher. .......... i II Ill Veterans Day Tuesday, Nov. 11 * 5 p.m. ,i ....... Ill I 1; 8 S. 6entral, Superior, Neb. ree Will Offering , II I, IlRIO) J I I II I IIIIIIII IIII II cRESTTheotre Fddoy Nov 7 to Nov. 10 Jl II l lt II CREST Video Center Vldeo Houm F day. S.nd S* 30 p.m. Mondw p.m. Cinema II - 7:30 p.m. is selling the annual "Birthday and You can list your family birthdays and anniversaries for only a $5 donation Contact any Superior High School band member or Mr. Zuelow at the High School. We are raising money for our spring band trip. 9 Brodstone Memorial Hospital and Superior Family Medical Center were two sponsors of the Heart Truth lun- cheon and style show in Hastings, Oct. 20. Held at the Hastings Holiday Inn and Convention center, the event was part of an educational program about heart disease, the number one killer of women in America. "Symptoms of heart attacks in women can be different than symp- toms in men. For this reason, women's symptoms are sometimes ignored or misdiagnosed," said Dixie Zoucha, wellness coordinator, South Heartland District Health Department. The most common symptoms for heart disease for both men and women are chest pain or discomfort. How- ever, women are somewhat more likely than men to experience some of the other common symptoms, particularly shortness of breath, nausea or vomit- ing and back or jaw pain. "Women need to learn to recognize the symptoms of heart attack, and to call 9-1-1 before it's too late," said Zoucha. Many women in attendance wore a red dress, the national symbol for women and heart disease. The symbol was popularized through "The Heart Truth," a new public education cam- paign that served as a catalyst for the Oct. 20 event Beauty salon stylists from a four- county region, Adams, Clay, Nuckolls and Webster, were invited to attend, and encouraged to distribute educa- tional information about heart disease to their clientele. "Beauty salons give women a chance to focus on themselves and provide a convenient outlet for the distribution of lifesaving information about women's health issues," said Zoucha. A broad coalition of local and state- wide healthcare organizations are partnering to support this effort in the region. Attending the luncheon from the Nuckolls County area were JoAnn Nelson collects 46 pints of blood The Red Cross Blood Mobile col- lected 46 pints of blood in Nelson Oct. 10. The following were recognized for the long time blood contributions: Rollan Culbertson - 13 gallon; Ed Schultz - 10 gallon; Debra Watson - 3 gallon; Jay Lyon - one gallon. Thursday, November 6, 2003 The Supedor Expcess. ISSN 0740-0969, is published weekly by Supedor Publishing Company, Inc,, 148 East Third Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978 Subscdption rate is $20 pe~ year in Nebraska, S2 | ,26 in Konso~ (tnctud~g sales tox) and $28 Der y~or elsewhere in the Ur~ted States: 50 cents per single copy. Pedodical class postage paid at SupertoL Nebroska, and at additional mailing office, POST MASIER: Send address chanoe to: The Supedor Express, P.O, Box 408, Superior. Nebraska 68978 An 80th birthday is requested by their 198 Wimbledon Drive Mansfield, Ohio 44906 on Thursday, Nov. 6 $ % to Superior For Inf nvmtion Call Halle IO'dep (40Z) Z36-87Z3 i I i II I I I II IIII 1 Come join Nuckolls County Senior Services and !ira Bendorf with Midland Area Agency on Aging. Jim will be showing his cake decorating talents and when he is done you are all invited to taste his work! Thursday, Nov. 13 at 2 p.m. '. ...... .r Center Dining Room For more information call Kelly at 402-879-4679. Nuckolls County Senior Services 447 N Central Ave. Superior, Nab. 68978 Rogc,-s from Superior Itome ot Beauty, Sch ock. as well as Trish Honeycutt and Ruth Spa,. ; !1 ' i ' ~: Watts from Honey-Cuts in Nelson. represc...... fro,. ~ .... GlendaHinermodeledajacketfrom the Red Hat Society. Lne Carmen's. Sarah and Chris Heudrick Society is a group of women over 50 modeled clothes from Pamida. years of age, who gather for food, fun Carla Ost, Verlene Watson and andfeilowship.Requirementsofmem- Karen Tinkham represented the hospi- bership are a purple dress and red hat. tal and clinic. "It certainly makes a statement, The keynote speaker, Dr. wherever they go," said Karen Chaudhuri, from the Nebraska Heart Tinkham, Brodstone public relations Institute at Hastings, sees patients at director. the B rodstone Memorial Hospital clinic According to Tinkham, Pat Knu~ on a regular basis. At his last Superior and Mariel ~r from Blue Hill, m clinic, in October, Dr. Chaudhuri, saw well as Bonnie Shaw from Roseland 22 patients from the Superior area. and Betty Meyer of Campbell made a One special guest at the event was splash in tbei" stunning red and pmple Judy Schrock, wife of Senator Ed outfits. Sarah Headnck, Glenda Hiner and Chnstina Headrick model fashions from Carmen's and Pamida during the Heart Truth luncheon and style show held in Hastings Oct. 20. The four county wide program for healthcare organiza- tions and hair stylists is part of a program to educate women on heart disease. 1 Births m II Chad and Sarah Spoonermore, Sa- vannah, Me., announce the arrival of Emilee Marie, weighing 8 lbs., 3 oz. Oct. 29. She is welcomed home by 4- year-old sister, Lexie, and 2-year-old brother, Chase. Grandparents are Connie and John Foley, Kearney, Me., and Chuck and Helen Spoonermore, Savannah, Me. Great-grandparents are Wylie and Evelyn Blair, Superior, and Georgene Foley, Kearney, Me. Emergency Loans Available from Farm Service Agency The Farm Service Agency reports family farmers in Jewell and Republic counties who suffered physical or pro- duction losses due to tornado, hail, high winds, lightning, excessive rain, flash flooding and flooding that oc- curred on May 9 and from June 22 through June 23, may be eligible for FSA Emergency (F_aM) loans. Jefferson, Nuekolls, Thayer and Webster coun- ties in Nebraska also became eligible because they are continuous to one or more of the designated Kansas coun- ties. Vestey Senior Meals Pro: Monday, Nov. 10: ~[-:~l~y potatoes, ,iL 5el-.~e, tOll~3|o lilt:',. gerbread Wrdnesday,N~w 12: mashed potatot-s with beans, apple~au,: e cake. Thursday. Nov. 13: noodles, mashed potat corn, tomatoes, peach cal . Friday, Nov. 14: ming. sweet potatoes, banma dessert. Satmday, Hov. 15,11~ Scambledegp with muffin, fruit =nd juice. Deweese board approves easel= Members of the Deweese Health screening seam may be working area Brodstone memorial Hospital has received inquiries from patients who have received letters from a company "that is doing a health screening in Nelson, Nov. 24. The medical staff at Superior Faro- with ily Medical Center and Brodstone Memorial Hospital has no knowledge man Tom Osborn of this company. Former Questions concerning the creden- resident opens tials or charges associated with this screening should be directed to the massage shop number listed in the letter. "Any of the screenings this corn- Dedra (D.D.) pany will do are available by mobile Superiorresident service in Superior, as well as bone sage shop density tests available daily, inhouse," band, Brad, are said Karen Tinkham, public relations director for Brodstone Memorial Hos- the new business open pital. It will feature Tinkham expressed concern for a fin dips, ear candling company that is not familiar to local theraphy. medical staff. After workin State Bank and Farmers State Bank This newspaper available on the mternet at http//www.superiorne.com Serving at 5:30 p.m. GUESTS WITH MEMBERS WELCOME Bar will be open West 8th Street - Superior, Nebraska Clip and Save Rides for Senior Citizens Are Available Monday through Friday SENIOR SERVICES 25 per ride or buy a fare card for 25 rides $5.00 for persons of any age. Monday .............................. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday .............................. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday ........................ 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday ............................ 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday .................. . .............. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. L! ? Phone 402-879-4679 for reservations Clip and Save IA t Man's Banquet 6:30 p.m. Legion Hall Monday, Nov. Superior American Superlor, Neb. Guest speaker: Robert Day, Plattsmouth, Neb. Area C Vice-Commander Turkey dlrmer served by auxillary members approved a resolution to Deweese potation in efforts to locate processing plant in Drwe e. The resolution for theway Lee Skalka, who project to the village estimated the new plant million when cam Casein and rail (MPC) are milk used in many non-dairy creamers, fast foods. erages and Skalka indicated the the are presently with the United States Agriculture for purcl milk. "No plans for plant are in the works stated, final stages." At peak production, the plant could need There is little or MPC in the mand for imported casein l in recent years. casein would eliminate foreign product duce shipping costs in sage. Last month she ploma from the school. Massage therapy i, family. Her mother, Lincoln, Neb., has been therapist for 20 years Delaine Brichard, also for 10: Currently, her home four miles Courtland. Her father, Norm" Superior. D.D. and Brad Jenny, 22, withWomackFord 19,is majorin more attending School. Sandra Hours: Wednesday 1:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, 4-8 p.m, Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.rn, 410 1/2 N Central ' THANK Thank you to bought Krlapy from the their fundraiNr t Christmas fund. Your is a #/,, Jack& Onthe Sacred Heed