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observe 50th ing anniversary Gerald and Lavarre Hallack, Belleville, observed their 50th wed- ding anniversary with a family dinner at the Brookville Hotel, Abilene Dec. i. Gerald Hallack and the former Ilia Lavarre Ireland were married Dec. 12, 1952 at the Superior Methodist Church. They will celebrate their anniversary with a trip to Las Vegas. Gerald is a semi-retired farmer. Lavarre is an LPN at the Republic County Health Department in Belleville. Their children and their spouses are: Doug and Joyce Hallack, Belleville, Rhonda and Steven Gra- ham, Topeka, and Vicky and Brian Larsen, Scandia. They have six grand- children. IIII II t- Mr. and Mrs. Hallacks School Menus ,+ef class offered k January at Hebron blow well do you understand the rnal workingz of the beef cow? fl%r insight on this question, the '. llite Beef Shortcourse" is sched- lJan 6 13 20 and 27 at 7:30 p.m. lille Hebron Courthouse Clubroom. l'he emphasis this year is physiol- ,.Topics such as the follicular wave heifers, tracer genes, with CIDRs and the fat on reproduc- be covered. Center Menu y, Dec. 16: Hamburger-bun, browns, tossed salad, apri- il'uesday, Dec. 17: Baked steak, Shed potatoes, gravy-roll, candy birthday cake. i ednesday Dec. 18: Chicken sand- Jl 0- :ll, broccoli, cherry pineapple Jell- fruit crisp. 19 Ham shce l'hursday, Dec. : "'" - ry sauce, baked potatoes, green Is, ice cream, ed c'x Lriday, Dec. 20: Cod strips, cream J \\; , five cup salad, cookie. Superior Jr-Sr. High School Lunch Menu Dec. 16 through Dec. 19 Monday: Ham and cheese with bun or crispito, green beans, salad bar, macaroni and cheese. Tuesday: Chili soup or vegetable beef soup, salad bar, cinnamon roll. Wednesday: Super nachos, salad bar, cookie. Thursday: Cheese pizza, salad bar, pudding. Semester tests Friday: Early dismissal no break- fast and no hot lunch. Superior Elementary School lHunch Menu Dec. 16 through Dec. 19 Monday: Ham and cheese with bun, green beans, pineapple tidbits, maca- roni and cheese. Tuesday, Chili soup, cheese and pickle, crackers, half orange, cinna- mon roll. Wednesday: Nachos, peas, half apple, cookie. Thursday: Cheese pizza, garden salad, sliced pears, ice cream. Friday: Early dismissal, will erve breakfast; no hot lunch. row) y students chosen as Kiwanis Terrific Kids for the month are (back row, from left) Laura Teachworth, Jared Hass, Callie Sonya Romersheuser, Kiwanis representative, and Cody Warren, Lyndsie Paddock, Cole Lechner, Sarah Wood and Tyler Strobl. I-IOUSE00 50th Anniversary or Clint and Lucy Richardson Saturday, Dec. 21 3-5 p.m. Dance at 8 p.m. Superior Elks Club Superior, Neb. Hosted by children and grandchildren. All friends ad relatives are invited. Your presence is your gift! program Sunday, Dee. 15 10:30 a.m. "A Crippled Lamb" - Children's Musical "Glorious Joy!" - Adult Cantata Time of Fellowship and Sharing at 9:30 a.m. The Church of the Nazarene 740 E. 7th, Superior, Neb. es Club Superior, Neb. Club Christmas Party Sunday, Dec. 15 * 6 p.m. Karaoke Friday, Dec. 20 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. I Calendar of Events m Sunday, Dec. 15 Nelson-Lawrence Junior Girl Scouts Holiday raffle and soup dinner, Nelson American Legion 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15. 48-3p Tuesday, Dec. 17 The local chapter of AARP will meet at 7:30 p.m. atthe Vestey Center. Guide Rock UMW meets The Guide Rock United Methodist Women met at the church basement at 2 p.m. Thursday with three members present. Dolores Hubbard, president, opened the meeting with prayer. Wanda Schriner read a missionary minute from the prayer calendar. Today members will fill Christmas plates at 1 p.m. in the church basement. Shirley Simpson led the lesson en- titled, "Mar,./: Woman of Courage, Power and Peace. Nielsen to join Kansas State University as registrar An experienced leader in univer- sity student personnel administration and the installation of student informa- tion systems will join Kansas State University as its new university regis- U'ar. Monty Nielsen, a Superior High School graduate and assistant to the vice chancellor for students affairs and assistant dean, College of Letters and Science, student academic affairs, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will join K-State in the spring semester to lead the registrar's office. Nielsen's experience in student per- sonnel administration will be valuable as K-State proceeds with the installa- tion of a new student information sys- tem, said Pat Bosco, associate vice president of institutional advancement and dean of student life. "No one could be better suited for the job of guiding K-State through installing a new student information system than Mont3 Nielsen," Bosco said. "He has proven his leadership in this area by helFing : everal prominent universities, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Washing- ton State University, put new systems into place." James Coffman, K-State provost, said K-State faculty and students will benefit from Nielsen's expertise. "With his strong background as educational leader, Nielsen has the communication, leadership and inter- personal skills that will serve our di- verse academic and student communi- ties well," Coffman said. Nielsen previously served as uni- versity registrar of the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1998 to 2002, and as university registrar at Washington State University from 1993-98. He was director of admis- sions and records from 1985 to 1993 and associate registrar from 1982-85 at the University of North Dakota. In addition, he was registrar of the Ameri- can Open University Project, Lincoln, Neb., from 1981-28; and served at the University of Nebraska at Kearney as director of records and registration from 1977 to 1981 and as director of place- ment services from 1974-77. He is author of several articles about student personnel administration and has made many professional presenta- tions on the topic across the country. He also has served with several profes- sional organizations and communities, including the American Association of Collegiate Registrars, serving as its Upper-Midwest chapter president from 1991-92 and with the Association of American Universities Registrars. Nielsen earned a bachelor's in En- glish from Kearney State College, now the University of Nebraska at Kearney; a specialist in education from the Uni- versity of Northern Colorado in Greeley; and a doctor of education degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He succeeds Don Foster, who is retiring at the end of the year. Foster joined K-State in 1965 as assistant director of records. He was appointed to director of records in 1968 and his position was changed to university reg- istrar in 1980. "Don is leaving our registrar's of- fice in wonderful shape. He and our registrar's staff have been a model for responsive service to our faculty, aca- demic administrators, student and alumni," Bosco said. "Don will be dif- ficult to replace, so this makes Monty Nielsen was appointment a significant one for us." Nielsen is the son of Neva Nielsen, former Superior resident. Republican Bird Watchers meet for Christmas dinner The Republican Bird watcher's club met at the Superior Elks Club for t a 6:30 p.m. Christmas dinner. Twenty- six members and two guests were present. President LeRoy Barnes called the meeting to order. Reports were given by the mem- bers of their bird sighting. Nancy Fish reported the plans for the one-day bird count at Lovewell Lake and Mankato Park and cemetery. Sunday a man from Topeka, will meet with the members at 1:30 p.m. at the Lovewell Lake Park Office. He will inform them of what data they need to record. The club will do the count the following day, Dec. 16. Mrs. Fish reported on the Raptor's Recovery Nebraska Organization. She made a motion the club donate $100 to this organization. It was seconded by Carl Suchsland, voted on, and passed. Election of officers for next year was discussed. All remained in office except the secretary. The president thanked the mem- bers who decorated the trees at the library with wooden bird cut-outs. Jan. 4, at 2 p.m., will be the date to remove the birds. A bill was presented for bird houses table decorations for the Christmas party. After dinner the group sang Christ- mas songs and had a gift exchange. Charity is of greater value to the giver than to the receiver. i-r-- THANK YOU We have a special thank you for our open house [ at the Vestey Center on Sunday, Dec. 8 for a.sur- | prise party to celebrate our 40th wedding anmver- sary. To Jeff and Brenda Combs, Calvin and Connie Hayes, Mike and Sharon Combs for all the plan- ning and work and Tricia Payton for taking pic- tures. To all of our family and friends for their attendance, cards, flowers and gifts. It was truly a lovely and greatly appreciated day. I Thanks, I It=- Dennis and Carolyn Combs _.00111 Because of poor response we will no longer have a buffet/ Open Six Days A Week 7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 5 - 7 p.m. BAILCELOIA RESTAURANT Guide Rock, Neb. ANNUAL Superior Church of the Nazarene 7th and Louden * Superior, Neb. Thursday, December 12, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A Toy show success despite problems "Scheduling problems reduced the number of exhibitors entering the Su- perior Lions Club Toy Show held Sun- day at Superior High School, but the problems didn't spoil the day. The annual show has traditionally been held the first Sunday of Decem- ber but this year the first Sunday came on Thanksgiving weekend. The spon- sors decided to hold the show one week later only to find they were com- peting with three other shows for ven- dors. Wes and Heather Tjaden were among the vendors deciding to attend the Superior show. It was their first trip to Superior and Heather said they planned to return. The Grand Island residents are NASCAR race fans and earlier this year they decided to be- come dealers. The Superior show was their tenth and Heather said sales had been good and she definitely wanted to return next year. In fact, she had such a good time she planned to check her schedule and talk to a friend about entering a lighted race car in the community's Christmas parade. Mr. and Mrs. Tjaden have their own special interests and their sales area feature both "his" and "hers" toys. The toys includedNASCAR, NHRA, sprint and dirt cars. While not pursuing their racing interests Wes works in a body shop and Heather is an alcoholism counselor. The smaller than usual attendance meant more door prizes for those at- tending and Heather was excited to report the Tjadens had been selected as the winners of three door prizes. Pie lovers also had a good deal. By mid- afternoon the Lions Club was selling homemade pie for 50 cents a slice. The show's emphasis was on farm toys and repair parts but crafts, dolls, cars and trucks were also shown and available for purchase. While youngsters enjoyed looking at the toys and many toys will probably become youngsters' Christmas pre- sents, the show caters to the adults. GuideRock ABW members meet The Guide Rock American Baptist Women met Thursday at the church dinning room for the annual Christmas carry-in supper and the hanging of the greens with seven members and their husbands present. President Wanda Langer opened the meeting by reading what the 12 days of Christmas means Lena Warner gave devotions, "Look At Christmas' and a prayer. Lesson was by Wanda Langer, All is Bright," members sang Silent Night, Holy Night. The love gift was given by Lena Warner. A Little Gift" Malachi 3:10, a closing with prayer. ' Hours: Wednesday and Friday, 1:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, 4-8 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nifty-Thrifty Shop 410 1/2 N Central Superior, Nob. DAILY DIARIES Similar to what a local bank used to give away NOW AV00LE ATTHE Superior' Express 148 East Third Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 Heather ",jaden, Grand Island, is a first time exhibitor at the lOth Annual Superior Unos Club Toy Show held last Sunday at the Superio High Schoot. Bowling Classical League W L Tuckers's ............................... 34 18 Delka's .................................. 27 25 Chief Electric ........................ 26 26 Price's ................................... 24 .28 Bradshaw Ins ........................ 23 29 Jensby's ................................. 22 30 Individual high game: Cathy Mar- tin, 214; Becky Caldwell, 170; Cathy Martin, 168; High series: Cathy Mar- tin, 538; Tami Lemke, 454; Becky Caldwell, 442. Team High game: Delka's, 777; Ch!ef Electric, 690; Price' s, 688; High senes: Delka's, 2,050, Price's, 1,982; Tucker's, 1,956. The gentoo penquin can swim at speeds up to 17 miles per hour. I Natasha Boss earns degree from Bryan School of Nursing Natasha Boss, Ceresco, Nob.. daughter of Patncia Boss. l)avcnport, and the late Kenneih Boss, will graduate from Bryan School of Nursing in I+incoln Dec. 20. Nalasha has ac- cepled a iob at Childrcn's Hospital, Omaha, in the tte() natal unit. Nebraska's livestock industr; ac- counts for approximatcl> ( percent of lhe statc's's tolal agticultttral receipt:,, each year. "l'v+o ,RII Ol thlcc Nebraska farms have livestock or p(mhry or+era+ lions. I I I II I ' ! Three days only!I! Wednesday, Thursday and Friday December 11, 12, 13 30% OffalljewelryexceptSouthwesternlim, 30% err++,,,,,,.,,+,,+,, J J leweh'y 318 N. CentraLNeb._, 402_:879-3730 : II I I II i I I J ill o r9 We would like to extend our thanks and grati-o/'tL.  x" 1 tude to the area businesses, community and d ! :o auxiliary members, the hospital and clinic staff, on "E the success of the Brodstone Memorial Hospital . Silent Auction and Bake Sale. This year we had .- . over 130 donated auction items, and 136 regis- "Y I1"." ;tered bidders. Together with the auction, bake '4t' .,./ ,,.; .--., sale, and donations, we were able to raise over -% ,,,., $5,000.00 to be used towards hospital projects and o "l r" improvements. Each year this event grows in dona- tions and populadty because of the support of the   members of Superior and surrounding communities. A special thank you to Cadita Price, Glenda Hiner, Steph o Thayer, Alicia Ferguson, Howard Reed, Pat McCord and Moriah Wagner, for providing entertainment throughout the evening, and to the Vestey Center for hosting this event. We appreciate every one who gave  i of their time and effort in organizing, support, and o o attendance of this fundraiser. Thank you for another o j successful year! { ,, Ged /.e/be/ end Pam Bower Bred, tone Memorial Ho,p/ta/ Aux///e:i!.  I I ii SUPERIOR FLORAL THE COLORS OF CHRISTMAS Pomsettias, Holiday Cactus Fresh holiday arrangements Christmas greens and pine cones made daily for your holiday enjoyment. Let us deliver one to your family or friends for the holidays. MERRY CHRISTMAS Teri, Camie and Kelly 3 1-866-879-4014 1"ellola SUPERI()R FLORAL COMPANY 5th and National Superior, Nebraska 402-879-4014 1-866-879-4014 IIII ii I i iii iii LAD IL