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-.<: l(:d, THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS LN girls post win The Lawrence -Nelson Lady Rais- ers made the trip to play the McCool Junction Fillies a productive one. They came home with a 38-18 victory that !!!iiTi Thursday, December 29, 2011 evened their record at 3-3. The Dec. 20 game was close for two periods. The score was tied nine to nine atthe end of the first quarter. The halftime buzZ.dr saw the Lady Raiders head to the locker room with a narrow three point lead, 17-14. Kasandra Fanning (24) drives towards the basket during the Lady Raiders Dec.20 38-18 win over the McCool Junction Fillies at McCool Junction. i Celebrate the New Year with a New You! i All Spa Treatments booked in January receive a 20% discount. Solutions Salon & Day Spa Susan Peterson, Maria Gay, Kami Eitzmann & Lanis Jorgenson 525 N. Dakota Superior, Neb 402-879-4088 Keep the holiday spirits high & the good cheer flowing, We're happy you stopped in this year. Many thanks for your friendship and support t. Happy New Year! The Duncan Family st.ff Da es 243 Central Ave., Superior,Neb. 402-879-9905 The second half was all Lawrence- Nelson as their defense took charge. They held the Fillies to two points in each of the final two quarters to lock up a 38-18 win, Kelsey Biltoft had the hot hand for the Lady Raiders with 17 points and she pulled down 10 rebounds. Ashley Buescher scored eight points and 10 rebounds. Kara Himmelberg was good for five points and four rebounds. Kenzee Kucera had two points and four boards. Carlie Mazour shot for two points and grabbed one rebound. Kassandra Fanning finished with two points and six rebounds. Malika WOod- Statz went up for three rebounds and Makayala Ward had an assist. The Lady Raiders go on the road Thursday and Friday to Wilcox. They will play the Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons at 5:15 Thursday. Friday' s game time will be determined by Thursday' s game result. If they win, they play for the championship at 5:15 p.m. Should they lose, they will play the consolation game at 2 p.m. Did you know the tiny monarch butterfly is capable of flying across entire oceans, L-N Raiders lose to McCool Junction The Lawrence-Nelson boys basket- ball team dropped it' s last game before the holiday break to the McCo01 Junc- tion Mustangs. The first quarter saw the Raiders fall behind 14-2. The scoring improved somewhat in the second quarter but the halftime deficit was 29-12. The Mustang's pressure defense stymied the Raiders, as they were forced into turnovers. The Mustangs quickly capi- talized on the miscues and out scored Lawrence-Nelson 38-12 the last two quarters. The loss dropped the Raiders season record to two wins and four losses. Coach Tom Jensen said "We struggled all night against the pressure and different defensive looks McCooJ Junction showed us. Our young guys have to learn how to make the game slow down and that will only come with experience." Emet Fanning led the Raiders with 11 points and one rebound. TJ Kahman had four points and three rebounds. Austin Mazour was good for three points and three rebounds. Daniel Schroer tossed in two points and hauled down six rebounds. Jacob Himmelberg tossed in two points and grabbed five rebounds. Dakota Thayer hit two throws for two points. Cole Epley grabbed a rebound, Jordan Cox nabbed two, Stephen Kimminu had one re- bound. Josh Himmelberg went up for four boards. The Raiders return to action tonight (Thursday) at Wilcox. They will meet the Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons. Game time is 7 p.m. Friday's game time will depend on the results of Thursday's game. The consolation round will be at 3:45p:m. and the championship game will be pllayed at 7 p.m. Kenesaw and Harvard are the other participating teams. Lawrence-Nel'sohRaider. JOSh Himmelberg (42), attempts a field goat during the Dec. 20 game against the McCool Junction MuStangs The Raiders came home from McCool Junction with a 17-24-loss. HAVE A "HOBBY" HOLIDAY! Sending out best wishes of peace and joy this holiday season with thanks to all our friends and customers. yam & Custom y_00roidery 336 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 00itty Rose III Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer Pastor David Watters conducted the Christmas Eve service at the Olive Hill Church with more than 40 people in attendance, Hymns sung during the Sunday morning worship service were "Joy to the World," "Hark the Herald Angles Sing," "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore You" and "Silent Hight," with Gloria Schlaefli accompanying the congre- gation on the piano. Beverly Frost was song leader. Ushers were Dwight Frost and Bill Blauvelt. Wyatt Schuster played a trumpet solo for the special music. Richard and Gloria Schlaefli, Ionia, brought Christmas Day dinner to the home of her parents, Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles. Matt, Melissa, Harley and Wyatt Schuster attended the junior and se- nior high school music concert held at Superior High School Thursday evening. Harley participated in the program. Justin, Meggie, Isabel and Rylan McCutcheon, Guide Rock, were Sat- urday visitors of Lorna Wilton. Twilla Cool was a Christmas break- fast and dinner guest in the home of Tonya, Walker, Skylar and Teagan Cool and Mike Weimer, Superior. Anya Thompson and Matt Waters, Manhattan, were Saturday through , Sunday night houseguests of Darren, Jessica and Allison Thompson. Thursday afternoon Vera Dye joined other members of the Webber Homemakers Club when they served cookies and coffee to the residents of Superior Manor. Robert, Alaina, Lynsday, Katelyn, Ashlyn and Jordan Brown were among relatives Christmas eve at the home of Bentley and Karen Parker, Republic. Darren, Jessica, Allison and Anya Thompson, Matt Watters, Aaron and Amanda Thompson and Hallie Stmad, Superior, joined other family mem- bers for the Christmas eve service at the Guide Rock Methodist Church. Thursday, Lorna Wilton. Dewayne and Collene Barleen, St. Paul., joined Harold Wilton and Ina Persinger for lunch at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Later in the afternoon, they all attended the Christmas party at the center. Matt, Melissa, Harley and Wyatt Schuster joined other relatives for a Christmas eve supper at the home of Jean and Kenneth Schuster. Jeff and Lord Hutchinson, Supe- rior, were Christmas eve supper guests in the home of Paul and Linda Hutchinson. Jeff and Lora accompa- nied Paul and Linda to the Christmas eve service at the Olive Hill Church. Darren. Jessica and Allison Thomp- son. Anya Thompson. Matt Waters, Aaron and Amanda Thompson, Hallie Strnad. Michelle, Sam, Zachary, Megan and Hannah Widger, Kearney, were Christmas eve supper guests in the home of Dr. Kenneth and Evelyn Thompson, near Guide Rock. Happy New Year from New Horizons Healthy Lifestyles START YOUR HEALTHY NEW YEAR WITH US! Ozone Steam Therapy: Burns Calories and Boost's Your Immune System Sound Relaxation System: Relax Rejuvenate and Refocus7,,,[ Vitamin's, Herbs and Other Health. Products 1::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... Spoc a Hours: Tfiursday & Friday, Dec. 29 & 30 7 a.m.-7 p.m. New Year s Eve Saturday, Dec. 31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. l CLOSED Monday, Jan. 2  l 2 , Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. TO 7 p.m. ::O FI ZCH"J,E Saturday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ,#,,drAC'r/ r 317 N. Central, Superior, Neb,, 68978 ,_.,.,.,,,"'" 402-879-4697 "','K,',, i J- YEAR ENO COtTNX DOWN SALE! "1" Thursday, Dec. 29 * 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 30% OFF Friday, Dec. 30 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 35% OFF Jerry Cool, York, was a hOuseguest of his mother, Twila Cool. Aaron Dye and friend, Elise, Bos- ton, Mass,, Bob Dye, Beatrice, and Dennis Dye, Hebron, were Friday morning visitors and dinner guests in the home of Vera Dye. Lorna Wilton, was a Christmas Day dinner guest of her husband, the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Matt, Melissa, Harley and Wyatt Schuster attended the Christmas eve service at the Olive Hill Church. Darren, Jessica. Allison and Anya Thompson and Matt Waters were Christmas Day dinner guests in the home of Jessica's uncle and aunt, Hayes and Lolita McDole, Red Cloud, for a McDole family get-together. Twila Cool was among relatives for Christmas Day supper in the home of Kenneth and Jean Schuster and had a visit with the Shurigar families. Paul and Linda Hutchinson were guests Monday in the home of Ryan and Melanie Mikkelsen near RUskin. Anya Thompson and Matt Waters and Hallie Stmad were Christmas night and gift exchange guests of Darren, Jessica and Allison Thompson. Matt, Melissa, Harley and Wyatt Schuster were Christmas Day dinner guests in the home of Kenneth and Jean Schuster. Rosemarie and Rosemary Hasemeyer attended the Christmas Eve Service at the First Presbyterian Church, Superior. Superior's Chelsea Renz attempts a lay up against the Tri-County Tro- jans. Tuesday, Dec. 20. Superior came away with a 65-52 win at the Superior High School gym. ,ld-FasMoned. ew @Jear's ,qreetin#s Our new year's wish to you and Saturday, Dec. 31 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 40% ode yours is for health, wealth and These discounts apply to everything in the shop (excludes pies) love in the new year and beyond. All Fall & Christmas Decorations 60% OFF Ma?y thanks for your patronage. Shop early for the best selections ]',,. a o ,, C, P, A. all00 'nttnnwaad I :nttat00e 407 N. 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