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2A THE SUPERIOR: EXPRESS Thursday, December 29, 2011 _ . I II Area Halt00penings " J t i i i David and Amber Pedersen and Lars and Bonnie Pedersen were in York, last Tuesday. evening, where they met Dan., Nancy and Matt Pedersen and had acafe supper together, Later, they all attended Matt's school Christmas program at Faith Immanual Lutheran school in York. Guests of Leo and Betty Zadina recently were'Kurt Zadina, Omaha, Devin arid Angle Zadina, Keisha, K0urteney-and Kelsie, Seward, Brock and Stephaniel Emery, Maddie and Myla,Minden, and Kraig Zadina, Tuc- son, Ariz. .---s---- Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Newell. Concordia. were Christmas Day din- ner guests of Mrs. Newell's mother. Lil a Corman. Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Bostehnan were Christmas guests in the home of Jolene and Lannie Pohlman, Milford. -Other guests were Brent. Leslie. Ashley, Zac and Jacob Bargen, Chadron: Jill. Jaramie, Taylor and Camden Diedericks. Milford: Gregg, Joni and Lucas Bostelman. Grand Is, hind: Blake Bostehnan. Chicago. Ill.: Lye and Konnor McVay. Lincoln. Neb.: Aaron Pohlman. Lincoln. Neb.: BirdeenGrote. Harvard: Those unable to attend were. Jen McVay. Lincoln. Neb.: Bruce. Jan and Misha Bostehnan. Brainard: Austen Huigens. Chicago: and Mr. and Mrs, Josh Pohhnan and Jacksm, Hopkensville. Ky. The BelleviUe Telescope will move to a,new location early in 20i2. The McBattas Publishing Company will move to the building currently occu- pied by Rex Woods, CPA. The old office building will be donated to the Blair Theater.. The Edgar city gym was deemed unsafe for any use. The water tower will be painted and refinished. Second term Geneva City Council member Carolyn Ackermann died Dec.t3 Four-.term Fillmore County School Borad member. Roger Jacobsen re- Signed Dec. 12. II Service Florist 402-879-8444 (877-879-8444) Carnie Kroeger I Main Street Floral 305 N,. Central, Superior, . i i I The Republic County FoOd Bank distributed 119 food baskets this holi- day season. Christmas Day guests in the home of Nell and Barb Thomsen were Betty and Arnold Smith and Jim and Lorriane Smith all of Superior, Jack Smith, Re- public, Brooke and Kyle Coshow, Wil- liam and Westin, Kara and Aaron Wells and Austin and Fallon, Central City, Annie Thomsen, Miami, Fla., and Mike and Kara Smith, Lincoln, Neb. The story in the last issue of this newspaper about Santa's Sleigh sparked an idea. Several Superior resi- dents are hopeful they can locate either one or both of the sleighs once based in Superior with an'eye for restoration. The sleighs are last thought to have been owned by a policeman in the Norfolk area. If anyone has informa- tion on the possible location of the sleighs please contact Dwayne Bostelman or this newspaper. Christmas day The Express posted on the internet a new video taken of the sing-along musical program presented at e Vestey Center prior to the serw mg of the community Christmas din- ner. The activity was led by Greg and Donna Diamond of Webber. During the meal members of the late Beth and Arnold Bohling family returned to Superior to provide musical entertain- ment. The Bohlings have been doing this for a number of years. The main dishes were prepared by Kellei Bruns and family. Members of Salem Luth- eran Church provided the food and prepared the salads and desserts. The church members also helped with the serving of the meal. A free-will offer- ing was taken with the proceeds going to the Nuckolls County Food Pantry. Before week's end The Express hopes to have posted on the You-Tube interact site videos taken at Candy Cane Lane and at the Superior Com- munity Christmas Dinner served Sun- day. The video's may be accessed through The Superior Express Facebook page or by seaching for The Superior Express on You-Tube. Area residents wanting to see the videos and lacking internet access may do so at the nearest public library. Many of the pictures printed in black and white in this newspaper are available for view- ing in color by going to the newspaper's web site at super|orne,com. See Us For Tax Record Books Superior Publishing 148 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 iii ii i lit i CREST THEATRE &VIDEO Friday, Saturday &Sunday I Friday and Saturday: 5to 10 p.m, Dec, 30, 31 & Jan. 1 7:30 p.m. Sunday: 5 to 9 p.m. Happy Feet 2 Running time: 1 hour 45 minutes Mumble, The Master of Tap has a problem because his tiny son, Erik, ischoreo-phobic. Reluctant to dance, Erik runs away and encounters The MightySven--a penguin who can fly! Mumble has no hope of competing with this Charismatic new role model. But things get worse when the world is shaken by powerful forces. Starring Elijay Wood, Robin Williams, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon. Courageous Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes Four men, one cal ing:To serve and protect. As law enforcement officers, Adam, Nathan, David and Shane are confident and focused. Yet at the end of the day, they face a challenge that none of them are truly prepared to tackle: fatherhood, While they consistently give their best on the job, good enough seemsto be all they can muster as dads. In t I I ecause of INCREASE in attendance, we will extend our closing day to a later date. ISSN 0740-0969 Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 Bill Blauvelt ................................. Publisher Subscription Rates, payable in advance: One year in Nebraska ..... : .................... $2&00 One year in Kansas .............................. $26.50 (Includes sales tax of area where being delivered) Elsewhere in United States ................. $36.00 -- To Our Readers Wewelcome the submission of information and pictures for publication in this newspaper. Please submit only information and pictures for which you have the right to permit the newspaper to use publish. All submissions require the name and address of the submitting. All photographs submitted to the newspaper maybe published, used and distributed in print of electronic editions of the. :n[e@spaper, Thank you for your cooperation. Published every Thursday by "r4 "'; Superior Publishing Company, Inc. !48 Et Third Street, PC Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 -4 ': E-mail: Seledl portions of the newspaper available on the web at ..... Postmaster: Send address changes to: .:, The Superior Express ....... PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 Telephone: 402-879-3291 FAX: 402-879-3463 Members of the Superior High School Chorus sang "Christmas Feeling" as part of the Christmas concert, Monday, Dec. 19. Pictured are (back row, from left) are Josh Heilman. Darrell Headrick. Junior Reed, Mattison Sullivan, Samantha Dalton, Emily Hayes, Angelica Hermosillo, Harley AIIgood. (middle) Alex TristarT. Mac McCutcheon. Sarah Teachworth. Destiny McClure Megan May, Koh Shreve-Hiatt. Lyndsie Paddock, (front) Shawn Farnham. Nathan Warren. Jacob Hawley, Britni Oakman. Ashley Weber, Alex Dunbar and Ambyr Tatro. 2e. Members of the Su rgerior Junior High Chorus sang Calypso Clapping Carol as oart of the Junior Senior High Concert Dec. 19. Pictured (oack row. from left) are Harley Schuster. Emily Hass. Keisha Studer. Katie Bower. Stevie May, Ashley Sutherland. Garrett Caldwell Logan Christiancy, Ethan Freeman. Lane Morris. (middle) Abby Fish. Mariah Parker. Angle Miller. Evin Miller. Taylor The story in the last issue of this Begin to understand your personal pref- HolidayvisitorsinthehomeofGail newspaper about Santa's Sleigh Extension News erences and leadership style and use and Margaret Breen were Doyle and sparked an idea. Several Superior resi- Phyllis Rothchild; Eric and Jessica dents arehopeful they can locate either - BY Phyllis Schoenholz Rothchild, Chloe tnd Carte, Carl and one or both of the sleighs once based in Extension Educator Carla Waugh,: Vincent and Jen Superior with an eye for restoration. "Leading Locally'" Urbaniak, all of Mankato: Jeremey The sleighs are last thought to have "Leading Locally," is a compre- Waugh and Brenna, Gardner: Blake been owned by a policeman in the hensive program focusing on how in- Prachcil, Omaha: Quinn Pracheil, Norfolk area. If anyone has informa- dividuals within groups can learn to Hebron; Kelly and Steve Shadduck. tion on the possible location of the work together and take action to help Josh and Halle. Holdrege: Derek and sleighs please contact Dwayne make their communities and work- Stephanie Holen, Noah. Levi and Bostelman or this newspaper, places stronger. Gavin, Ft. Irwin, Calif.: Cliff and Gin- Six activity-filled sessions that build ger White, Superior: Nick White. The Superior Development Corpo- on one another are held every three Wichita; Shawn and Tracy Cotter, ration elected officers Thursday for weeksindifferentlocationsinthearea. Offutt Airbase, Omaha. the2012year.JohnPriceJr..will serve Theywillvisitmanufacturingandother as president. Matt Slum as vice-presi- businesses and agencies that excel in BillandRitaBlauvelt.PatandKaren dent. and Bruce Tinkham as secretary, developing leaders and strengthening Call, Haven, were holiday guests in the our county. The class topics include home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chatham. Shareyourpersonalnewsitems with the following; Osborne. your friends who are readers of this Jan.18=-Personal Leadership newspaper via this column. Style and 21st Century Challenges: Send Out the Old and Bring in the New HOURS: Specials all Weekend Long Wednesday and Fr day I!  1:30-5:30 p.m. /,:! Friday; Dec. 30 Prime Rib Night! Thursday, 3-7 p.m. ! Saturday NewSatttrday' Dec. 31years Eve  [ .(;;.;.-2 p.m. . Many Food and Drink Specials -Thri: Iy Come on down and rock in the New Year with Sh 0 p Wicked Twisted Road 9 p.m. to 2 a.rn. Cover Charge: $5 Single $7 Couple L al0 1/2 N Centra " Superior, Neb. $2 Drink Specials 12 to 1 a.m. [ EW YEAR'S EVE DINNER AT DAVE'S Come spend your night rockin and bringing in the new year with the best crozod around! SANDBAR SALOON Saturday, Dec. 31 ~ Startings at 5:30 p.m. Oak, Nebraska Flat Iron Steak Special with or without Shrimp or  - Chicken Corden Bleu,. " DAVE S , . New Years Eve , Dining Room Specials 243CentralAvenue, Superior, Neb. 68978,.402-879-9905 ' Prime Rib* Windsor Loin. Jumbo Shrimp II Eue Grilled ChickenBasket " Top Sirloins6oz. orl0oz, flew Year s New York Strip Children meals also available, fl fi C E EVRYON 'VELCOME Dining Room opens at 5 p.m.  - , Reservations preferred , but not required. Easy Street Band 402-879-3111 9 p.m. to ] a.m. CLOSED SUNDAY, JAN. 1 No Cover Charge MONDAY, JAN. 2 , grintt Specials fi Superior Elks s,0ts,00d000, Club Eagles Club 230 N, Central Ave. Super or, Neb 1_33 Wo 3rd, Sjpe:dor, Nebo " 402-879-4093 Jensby, Leah Meyer, Riley EIIwanger, Bryson Moffett. Darik Holt. Eric Schiermeyer, Gavin Sporing, Tyler Griggs, (front) Acena Carter. Heather Gehle. Riley Butler. Jasmyn Gravitt. Sam Gray, Shaina Huston. Shyanne Phiathep, Jerome Dalton Tanner Griggs, Bradley Upton, Tyler Blackstone, and Tage Rothchild.Not Pictured: Ethan Roberts. Rochelle Carman. Keaton Meyer and Chris Rabies your strengths to help address 21st century issues. Generational differ- ences in the workplace and commu- nity will be addressed Feb. 2Legislative Visit at the Capitol; A day-long trip to Lincoln to watch the legislature in action and'meet local state senators. Governor Heinemann has always spent time with as. Feb. 22Working With Groups & Managing Conflict; Learn about dynamics of group development and how that relates to workplace teams and community organizations. Under- stand how people see things differ- ently which can help manage conflict and use the strengths of varying per- spectives to be creative in problem solving and decision making. March 14--Making Meetings Work in the Community; Tired of long time-consuming meetings'? Discover useful techniques to help generate ideas, prioritize, and make decisions to address or resolve issues. April 4--Entrepreneurial Leader- ship and Innovative Thinking: Under- stand the importance of entrepreneur- ial leadership at the individual, organi- zational, and community levels. Real- ize the importance of innovative think- ing and change. April25 LeadingEconomicDe velopment at a Local. Regional and Global Level: Understand-how lead- ership enhances economic develop- ment at the workplace and local com- munity level. Learn how to build self- defined regional partnerships based on trust and commitment for.a Stronger commumty and region .... For registration by Jan. 13 or an- swers to questmns you may have, please contact University of Nebraska- Lincoln Extension. Thayer County Economic Development Alliance or the Superior Chamber of Commerce. Superior junior- senior high musieans perform The Superior junior-senior high school Christmas concert was "held Monday evening, Dec. 19, The junior-senior high school band opened the program under the direc- tion of Martin VanWesten. They played "March from the Nutcraker" by Tchaikovsky-Story, "DashingThrough the Snow" by Balent and '% Tradi- tional German Christmas" by Vinson The junior high chorus followed under'the direction of Jacki Porter with Howard Reed accompanying on the piano. They sang "Joy! Joy! The Child ls Born" by Musser. "A Tiny Child Will Come" by Besig, '!Calypso Clap- ping Carol" by Wolfe. "Bethlehem 3oy" by Gray and "Come. Follow That Star" by Besig. Next the high school shoW choir sang "The Twelve Day of Christmas" sang an arrangement as sang by a group known as Straight No Chaser, The show choir was also directed by VanWesten. Finally, the senior high chorus sang three songs: "Christmas Feeling" by Wolfe, "Christmas Song" by Ringwald and "The Family At Christmas" by Bacon. VanWesten directed the choir nd Reed accompanied on the piano. i The Express Policy The Express wdl publish en- gagement announcements, ,wed- ding photographs and accompa- nying information without charge. Wedding pictures should be pub- lished soon after the marriage cer- emony Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after ehe wed- ding. 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 invi- tations, programs and other sup- plies from The Express. Anniversary pctures are pub- lished with a report afterthe obser- vance. Pictures may be included in an invitation display ad near he bottom of the page. There is a 15-cent per word charge for inclu- sion in the "You're invited" col- umn on page 3. Information received in writ- ing by 4 p.m., Monday, is given preference for inclusion in that week's paper. The Exp tess reserves the right to edit and condense all copy submitted.