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A 2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday November 17, 2016 .... T ...... I1 I 111 ............. TI- F ............... .... i i L TheSupcriorFFAChapterwillhost Paul Bixby has joined his father, a recy.cling, S/mlrday at the Superior Joseph, in the practiceoflaw at Geneva. High School south parking lot• News- print and a.lumiaum will be accepted 8 Scott Corman and Kelly Scott a.m. to noon .... Anderson were elected to the Edgar City Council. The Red C!oud Warriors volleyball team was eliminated in the first round Glenn Battling, Trevis Miller and of the state toumamment with a three- Jeanett¢ Fintel were elected to the set loss to:eYerRual state champion Deshler City Council. Andrew Hampton. Schmidt, Brian Isernhagen and • ' " Maurice Schardt were elected to the ~Hector Santeiiz, the professional painter, who last year painted many of Superior's Victorian style homes has returned to Superior with plans to be here at least through the winter months and hopefully longer. His work took Deshler School Board. Hebron's winter Wonderland is Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There are store promotions, craft vendors, music and a free movie• See the adver- tisement in this issue for more infer- him to.other places during the past mation. winterand summer. However, he said he enjoyed his stayhere last year and is again looking for. work in this area. Cloud County Community College has 63 students enrolled in the wind The American Red Cross Blood Mobile will be at the Catholic Hall, Geneva, Friday, from 1 to 5 p.m. Voters in Clay Center voted against technology program, a half-cent sales and use tax increase. There were 171for and 179 against Thecommunity of Deshler has re- votes. Voters in Fairfield approved a one-half cent sales and use tax increase furbished theDe~hler bro0m sign which with 103 for and 9 lagainst votes. Vot- for years has directed Highway 136 ers in Deweese approved a proposal to motoriststo the community was once operate a Keno game with 24 for and the world'-s largest broom factory. The five against votes. factory which operated at Deshler for more than 100 years closed in 1998. The United States Department of Agriculture has awarded a $1.3 mil- lion grant to Fairfield. The money will Vestey Senior Meals Program Nov. 21 to Nov. 25 Monday: Meatloaf, potatoes augratin, corn, two bean salad, plums. Tuesday: Sloppy Joe, baked beans, potato chips, tossed salad, fruited Jell- O. Wednesday: Tuna casserole, corn, cucumbers, fruit cocktail• Thursday: Closed, Thanksgiving Holiday Friday: Closed, Thanksgiving Holi- day AIIsion White. Superior schools music instructor, leads the combined seventh through twelfth grade classes in their performance of an armed forces song medley at Friday's Veteran's Day Program at the high school gymnasium. Teresa Christensen provided the keyboard accompaniment. SHS NHS presents Veterans Day program the Superior High School chapter Junior-Senior High School Band per- Kirchhoffrecited"Veterans Day Trib- of the National Honor Society pre- formed the National Anthem. ute." Jenna Whitmore presented sented the 2016 Veterans Day pro- Thecombinedsevenththroughl2th"Thank a Veteran." Jacob Whitmore gram at the high school gymnasium, grade classes joined together to per- saluted "The Best on Earth." Friday. Area residents along with vet- form a medley of armed forces theme Trenten Theis and Donna Miller Jacob Whitmore read "The Best on Earth" as part of the Superior Na- tional Honor Society's Veteran's Day Program at Superior High School. Friday• beusedtorehabilitateexistinglagoons, erans and their families, were in atten- songs as well as a vocalrendition of"In sounded the somber tones of "Taps." ,/VN 6 am. - 2 p.m. install water meters and purchase wa- dance. Flanders Fields." The combined third The Superior High School Drill ..... ~ • 6days a week 'ter meter reading equipment and soft- . .The.veterans were served breakfast through sixth grade classes performed team presented an inspiring perfor- Tuesday" Sunday ware. . mthehlgnscnoollibraryFridaymom- the choral work 'ToThoseWhoServe." mance accompanied by Lee :::i~ r ' " " ® ing. The program began at 10 a.m. with The kindergarten through second grade G eenwood s God Bless the U.S.A. / :::::~!::i~ ~a, Last week s Deshler Rustler re- the posting of the colors under the classes sang "God Bless America." . Bob Cook, Superior High School ~ ~:i~i ,,~,, CLOSED portedon the community'S history as a direction of the American Legion and Teresa Christensen provided the key- pnnclpal, presented the closing re- ~i ~': ;~iil MONDAYS turkey processing center. In 1934three- Veterans of ForeignWars color guards, board accompaniment and the singers marks. The color guard retired the col- ~i :~:~: ;~ .... railcar loads of dressed turkeys were Color guard members were Darrell were under the direction of Allison ors. The veterans were invited to par- i 302 N. Commercial Avenue shipped from the cold storage facilities Jensen, Frank Sullivan, GaleWhite, Superior schools music instruc- take of coffee and cookies in the high Suoerior, Nebraska of the Deshler Wholesale Grocery Mikkelsen, SteveMeyer, AdolphLaluk tor. school library. The students returned dr2 1 7q 3g09 Company. In 1939, 15,000 turkeys andElmerRempe.Theassembledstu- National Honor Society members totheirclasseswithanewappreciation I -"-'"--" .... were processed. The last turkeys were dents and audience members recited presented recitations. Evin Miller told of how their freedoms have been pre- Jenna Whitmore presented"Thank • " orocessed in 1947. ' .... served and at what cost. a Veteran" as part of the Superior B The Bel Airs perform at the Red DayProgramatSuperiorHighSchool. Cloud Opera House. Friday. at 7 p.m. Friday. ;I afSuperiorCount?51ub'superi°r'Neb" IllSund 0 I PP I ay, Nov. 2 , 8:30-11:30 a.m. CHICKEN and :ISH SU ER NationalEVinMiller'aSuperi°rHighSch°°lHonorsocietymember. pre- I :il : Everyone Welcome . J I Fir|days NOVl 18 ] sented "Freedom Isn't Free," at the Superior High School Veteran's Day program. Friday. at the high school i ~~:..~. gymnasium. [ TWO Main Dishes: Choices of Sides: I I _ J C Serving from 5:30 p.m.'til gone I [ Biscuits & Gravy CasseroleSausage, Scrambled [ American Legion [ I OR Sm0thered Breakfast Eggs, Hashbrowns, I I Assisted bySAL [ i Burrito (Sausage or Bacon) Fresh Fruit ' ' I ~~West~JSt~reeEtA~Np~i~NBEb~rWsEk~aaLIOI/~ I I ,q,, Drinks: I Republic ])ll eri _r' 'Coffee;OJ, Milk, :r - . ..... AppleJu, e Turkey Trot .C°. et g thhat gre ", =-- -- -- --:-- " -- -- CouPo, -- -- -- -- -- -- = -- I CREST THEATRE & VIOEO I Thanksgiving Day, ,! Medium 3 Topping OR make it a 11: How to Enter: .I or Specialty Pizza LARGE for I; Before the race Thanksgiving Day at 8:30-9 a.m. I " I at the Rip City Inn I ~ ,,~ ,~ • Dine in, al~ J ~ I Downtown Main Street Republic, Karl. • carry out or ' EntryFee: ! g dolivery -L , Cash donation to benefit the Wildcat Winds Golf Field I ~ " V m m I Foot Golf, Sand Greens and Disc Golf I _ ~,~ Blake Kirchhoff delivered "Vet- 1 mile loop Walk or Run - 5 K loop I • Offer good at Superior, Neb. location only ,I Superioreran's DaYNationaiTribute."HonoraS part of the Dogs and Strollers Welcome, Costumes welcome[ 1%i~.,-~1"~ Present coupon to get discount i Society Veteran's Day Program at Superior Door Prizes from local businesses • I r " [ will be drawn from participant s names. I 1637 Idaho, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3305 .... I Sponsored by the RHS Recreation Committee L ......... COUPON ....... ---J I Saturday and Sunday, ]' Nov. 18, 19 and 20 AND 25, 26 and 27 Advertising sponsored by Aurora Cooperative 3rd Annual Ii $HOW.TIME2.Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 7:30 p.m.- [516 Grain and Agronomy, Republic, Kan.,' Su, eri,.,r n,,.u I:: : Trolls RunningTime:, hr. 40mins. ~~ Join Us __ . PRE TURKEY/f,° 7 o2o I happiestTro, ever. .Annual d?p eAs caHoy ntN:i i3, zet iiii [ born anehsetoffonajourney I - to rescue her friends. l: ,, Starring: Anna Kendrick and Justin Timbedake • r FREE MATINEE Saturday, Nov. 26,2p.m. nc|s ;a Ir l! The Secret Life of Pets __ .,.___ ,~,o~,~,~,o,,o,,c,,,,,,,,c,,,~, n, I~E~ )" ~'~' ~~ilk. Superior, Neb. , ~ ; SuperiorHighSchoolprincipalBob "' Listen to an expanded version Cookdeliveredtheopeningandclos- I ...... I 1 :1" , -4' . . ISSN 0740-0969 Nov. 20 %;.ofChzckenParts ' ~ ing remarks at the Superior National ~ ~-~•' Honor Society's Veteran's Day Pro- "~~~.~.,.-r ..... ~::,:,, .... - ~.-..~...~. . .~:~ gram at the high school gymnasium. TI--~ ~~ ~---'xpre~ 1 1 a.m. - 4 p.m. ~?,[;~2~;;,~ Friday. SNO-Wonderful Event= Vendor Booths Local Store Promotions #Santa Pictures Free Movie Luncheon Special at Hannah B's- Leap of Faith Art Studio painting ¢Snowflake Chamber Drawings and more 28TH ANNUAL Nuckolls County Chapter Good Call. Nelson City Auditorium Nelson, Neb. 5:30 p.m. - Social Hour 7:30 p.m. - Banquet 8 p.m. - ]\tl,:l The Express Policy The Express will publish engagement announcements, wedding photographs and accompanying information without charge. Wedding pictures should be published soon after the marriage ceremony. Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after the wedding. Although The Express does 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 after the observance. Pictures may be included in an invitation display ad near the bottom of the page. There is a 15-cent per word charge for inclusion in the "You're Invited" column on pase 3. Information received in writing by 4 p.m., Monday, is given proferen¢e for inclusion in that i,:~,,I