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I I [] ) THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A 14, Superior. Please substitute your card with a useful Golden Book.. 45-2c Thursday, November 11 2010 Kountry Quilters present om Chapter  Present piano Superior FFA team ' plans soup dinner, You're Invited recital Sunday enters national School Menus QuiltS of Valor In G.I. ,,a, o[ce1'l$ ' ' BabyShower " ' SherriPoole's piano students pre- forestry contest r i Ap[sentamtidfQuilts Valor should win an award for "most quilts Ten members of the Nelson Chap- Join Sonja and Matraca Meyer at a sentedtheirpianorecitalSundayatthe Members of the SuperiOr FFA Slperior School Lunches of the Order of Eastern Star met at baby shower honoring Rochelle First United Presbyterian Church, Su- Chapter in Nebraska were among 40 Nov. lthroughNov. 19 was he d by e ers of the ountry entered."Severalofherquiltswerethe 0p.m. lastTuesday.Chapteropened (Meyer) Schoneberg and baby boy, High School Quilters Quilt Gtfild at the Grand Is- Hadley. Saturday, Nov. 27, 1-2 p.m. at teams participating in the 2010 Na- . tionai IA Forestry Career Develop- , Moday Gri!led .chees e o r rib, land Veteran s Administration Hospi- inregular form. The charter was draped Salem LutheranChurch, 944 Highway tal, Monday, NoV. i. Veterans, from ment Event (CDE). The competition oaten Deans, pl.e cusp. ,  . was hald t3*' ,a a.ri., the ard ' tuesaay: L;nlcKen &lrreao or all wars, were selted by the hospital ........ - ...... s ..... .... administration to receive the 12 quilts breaded beef sucks, mxed vegetables, the guild had made in the past year. The veterans then selected their quilts from photos the guild provided. The oldest veteran was Jesse Otto, who served in World War II. The younger veterans were from Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Free- dom and one veteran, John Bower, from the Viet Nam war. Two of the quilts were a group project of the Kountry Quilters guild. Blocks for these two quilts were made by individual guild members, under the direction of I the two committee leaders. One of these quilts, "Ameri- cana," was made with reproductions of Civil War and Revolutionary War fab- rics; the other, "Patriotic Sampler," was made with modem red, white and blue fabrics. Dorothy Alexander was in charge of setting the reproduction blocks into a quilt, and Sandy Larkey was in charge of the modem one, These quilts received yibbons at both the Nuckolls County Fair and the Nebraska State Fair. Other quilts were made by indi- vidual members of the guild. Nancy Sauvageau, who owns a long-arm quilt- ing machine, made a whole-cloth quilt (one made of on large piece of fabric, With borders), using a quilting pattern designed by the Long-Arm Quilts As- sociation especially for Quilts of Valor. She used red thread on a white back- ground to show off the pattern, which was composed c f drawings of various arks. This quilt was s work that her mother :ged to see, so Nancy 't of the quilt to also be mother. Carlos Garcia chose this quilt, and auched by the story. American lan& the iastofNancy had been privih considers the gil a memorial to he of Grand Island was especially I result of a "block of the month" pro- gram at the Sew Country quilt shop in Belleville. Others were projects for or with the Kountry Quilters guild. Sev- eral of her quilts also won ribbons at both thecounty and State fairs. Sandy Larkey made a "Star Spangled Quilt," with five point stars pieced from patriotic themed fabrics appliqued onto a white background, interspersed with machine embroidered blocks of red or blue. The backing for this quilt was a red flannel also printed with stars. This was in addition tothe "Patriotic Samoler" shedirected for the guild members to make. Each quilt had a label on the back, with maker's name(s), and the date, with a space of the veterans recipient's name to be added, so people would know this quilt was "made especially for you." Eleanor Stiles assisted the veterans to sign the label with a special quilter' s pen for a permanent record of the recipient, Many of the recipientS expressed the sentiment that they were emotion- ally touched by the gift of so much time and labor as went into the quilts. Guild members made it plain that the quilts were intended for use, not to be hung on the wall for display. One veteran, Cassi Blackmon, said she didn't know if she could follow that rule, saying that the quilt she received was "price- less." Others said they would defi- nitely use theirs as guild members had said to "consider these quilts as a big hug you can use any time you need one." This is the third year the Kountry Quilters Quilt Guild has been involved in the Quilts of Valor project. It seems each year the ceremony is better than last year, more quilts, more veterans, more fun! The guild invites local quilters to join them in this project. The guild meets monthly, every second Thurs- day, 7 p.m., at the Church of Christ in Superior. Visitors are welcome. Emily Richmond & Jason Ray January I- Wedding Cottonwood Cottage Over the river_One mile south of Superior on Hwy. 14 &onemileweston the south side of the road Busts 402-879-4440 Hmm 12-8 TUESDAY-FRIDAY II . P.M. SATURDAY I0 A.M.-5 P.M. Dorothy Alexander, in addition to the 'Americana quiltofthereproduc- tion fabrics, made eight more quilts for the veterans. Dorothy is a prolific quilter; judges at the 2009 Nebraska State Fair jokingly told her that she I I I I I Deweese By Rosalie Black Junius and Marlena Swearingen of Ogallala were Friday visitors of Marge and Clarence SWearingen. Sunday a P9tato feed was held at the Deweese Community Center as a fundraiser for Sandy Creek. Election day turned out good in Deweese with many people turning out in support of the Deweese commu- ,  RodFairvisit'eithebanBiackfam: ily. He was here especially forTaKayla Black s 9th birthday. Other visitors were Rosie, Jordan Tyler and Dawson Black. Dan Black went in Tuesday morn- ing for minor surgery at Brodstone Memorial Hospital Bob Black was a weekend visitor of the Ryan Black family. II .:'=i) I The family of [ Marietta Free t Ill/ requests a Card Shower in honor of her 80" Birl"hday Tpesday, Nov. 16 00ree't,no00 00a,00osentto: 1170 Main St. ,., ! R6skin, Neb.,68974 ] Please Join The Superior High School Theater Students Friday, Nov. 12 -7 p.m. for their opening night of "The Seuss Odyssey" by Don Zoldolis The family of Doris Healey invite you to an Open House in celebration of her 80 th Birthday in memory of Sister Mary Ann Bea- vers who died on July 2. A memorial was sent in her memory to the Masonic Children's Home. Members reported the fund raiser was a success with 70 people attend- ing. Brother Allan Sole got the furnace working. The chapter will hold a fund raiser at Tucker's Monday, Nov. 29, from ! 1 a.m. to 1 p.m. Members will be serving ham and bean soup with corn.bread, chili soup; relishes and desserts. A free-will offering will be a'cceptexi. Officers elected include Carole Thompson, worthy matron, Allan Sole, worthy patron, Jackie Wehrman, asso- ciate matron, KennethHamel, associ- ate patron, Karen Sole, secretary, Evelyn Olson, treasurer, Lois Hamel, conductress ad Pare Shuck, associate patron. Lois Hamel furnished the "goody" basket which was received by Irene Andersen. She will bring the basket for the December meeting. The December meeting will feature finger foods for refreshments. Veva Ferebee will decorate the tables. A $7.50grab.bag gift exchange will fop low. Lois Hamel furnishedthe "goody" basket. I I IIIII n Markets Superior Grain Market Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010 Today's Price New Crop Corn ............. ................. 5.40 4.97 Milo .............................. 5.31 4.82 Wheat ............................ 632 7.22 Soybeans ..................... 12.64 11.50 One pig knows another. Annual Spirit of Christmas fund raising money The youth of St. Joseph's Catholic Church are planning a noontime soup luncheon for Sunday to benefit the Spirit of Christmas Fund. The Spirit of Christ- mas fund was created to help the needy of Nuckolls County. Each year, funds are given to persons of the County for a variety of expenses and each year, the funds need to be replenished. Those interested in accessing the fund are encouraged to contact Jana Chase at Mid Nebraska Community Action at 410 North Central Ave, Su- perior. Generally, government pro- grams or grants are pursued as the first possible source of relief for a family. However, it is well known that many people either jus[barely miss "qualify- ing" for a program or their need is not "covered" by the program. It is at times like these that the Spirit of Christmas fund is cal led upon to be used to relieve some of the financial stress of their situation. The Spirit of Christmas fund is used all year long and not only at Christmas time. It was in the "splrit' of Christmas, the spirit of giving, that the fUnd was envisioned as a help for the needy of Nuckolls County. The Spirit of Christmas fund is held at the Commercial Bank in Nelson; the Knights of Columbus are the guardians of the account. All proceeds from the fundraiser are given to the fund and any needy resident of Nuckolls County is eligible to receive assistance from the fund. i i i i i Thank You We at the Westerner.Motel would like to send a big "Thank You" to all the v01unl ,=(firemen and their families who stayed w!th us. We truly appreciate the business and friendship. Thank You Russ & Mardi Milton, Westerner Motel ii i i i ii i i i perior. The students and their solos were as follows: Mikynzie Hanson, The Highlands of Scotland; Neah McMeen, Love Me Tender; Shayla Meyer-The Audience; Sierra Blackburn, Sledding Fun; Kalynn Meyer, Extraordinary Kid and Anvil Chores; Morgan Theis, Pillow Fight; A.J. Leibel, Homecoming Pa- rade; Taylor Bargen, The Bridge to Forever; Natalie McMeen, Merry Rab- bits; Dani Freeman, The Prancer Toccata; Adin Leible, Pyramid Power; Megan Miller, A Gentle Joke and Starry Night; Trenten Theis, Rockin' The Blues; Jared Dressman, Wagons on the PlainS and Fellin' Good; Clara Kachanes, Mr. Jazz Man; Kendra Schiermeyer, Dream Memories; Lauren Rempe, Wild Ride; Moran Kroeger, Caitlin's Smile and Mary's Song; Allison Thompson, Theme from the Warsaw Concerto. The following duets were played: Sierra Blackburn and Sherri Poole, Sledding Fun; Taylor Bargen and Sherri Poole, The Sad Butterfly; Dani Free- man and Sherri Poole, Chihuahua On a Skateboard; Jared Dressman and Sherri Poole, The First Noel; Clara Kachanes and Allison Thompson, The Crickets Came to Dance; Kendra Schiermeyer and Sherri Poole, My Heart Will Go On; Lauren Rempe and Sherri Poole, Candy Apple Strut; Morgan Kroeger and Sherri Poole, Alia Tarantella; Allison Thompson and Sherri Poole, Broadway Lights. Refreshments were served follow- ing the recital by the Poole family. National FFA Convention. rolls. Participants in the event were asked Wednesday: Crispito or hot pocket, to answer questions on tree and equip- ment identification, take a general green.beans, macar0ni and Cheese. knowledge exam and complete inter- Thursday: Chili or chicken noodle active forestry applications: soup, cheese, cinnamon roll. The NationalFFA Forestry CDE is Friday: Pizza or turkey and cheese sponsored by Husqvama and John sandwich, peas, okie d0kie bar. I)eere as a special project of the Na- tional FFA loundation. It is one of 23 Elementary different national events that use the Monday: Grilled cheese, baked fun of competition to connect class- beans, cottage cheese, apple crisp. room leprning and careers. Tuesday: Chicken Alfredo, mixed The National FFA Organization, vegetables, pineapple, rolls. formerly known as Future Farmers of Wednesday: Crispito, green beans, America, is a national youth organlza- pears, macaroni and cheese. tion-of 523,309 student members as Thsday: Chicken noodle soup, part of 7,487 local FFA chapters in all cheese stick, pickleS, cinnamon roll. 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Friday: Cheese pizza, peas, 1/2 ba- Virgin Islands. nana, 6kie dokie b Thank You How blessed we have been. In the loss of our mother, grandmother and sister, you, our family and friends, have supported, comforted and uplifted us with your gifts of food, flowers, phone calls, cards, hugs, laughter and your presence, We are truly grateful. May God bless youas you have been a blessing to us. The Family of UyffOnne Knehans Roger & Mary Knehans and family Sharon &Gene Buresh and family Muriel Follmer and family Marlys & George Jensen and family Donna & Darrell Jensen and family Robert Wilson, DDS, FAAHD,FICD First in Nebraska to Offer : Intra-Oral Cameras Dental Lasers Cavity Detection Lasers Virtual Vision Digital X-Rays Licensed Parental Sedation, Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation CALL 402-225-2828 Comprehensive Family Dentistry including Cosmetic Implant. Root Canal, Crowns and Bridges, Dentures, Inyisalign Premier Provider Hospital Dentistry COMFORT CONSCIOUS DENTISTRY STATE OFTHEART CLINIC On Facebook.com Nelson Dental Clinic 270 South Main Nelson, NE I ..................................... ... Appointments are available Monday through Friday AMtRC.,IN A(ADM r(li: F o, . nc O,lnv Emmett Gentry Benefit Soup00 Supper For medical expenses for five-month-old on of Bryan and Alicea (Bates) Gentry Sunday, Nov. 14,00 Superior Presbyterian Church 549 N. Central Superior, Neb. If unable to attend, donations may be'left at . Central, National. Bank " ' Supplemental funding by Thrivent Fina.neial " " , Doors Open at Wine & Cheese--S6 we will offer tothe .highe Proceeds from Brodstone Fre I I Kinds Saturday, Nov. 20 " 2 to 4 p.m. Hardy Community Center No gifts please - your presence is your gift/ If unable to attend, please send cards 1:o: 346 E, 8th St., Apt, #2 superior, Nob., i8978