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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 9, 1992 L Cougars start 1992 with easy, 65-36, win Mankato had absolutely no reserves. trouble with North Central in a Shuns Dewey led all scOrers battle of Cougars Friday evening, with 22 points. Nathan Griffith winning 65-36. had 10, David Schlotterback nine, , M.anlato.jumped out in front Shuns Elkins eight, Chad Brown z t- m me izrs! per!on and ny me five, Jon Terpening four, Chris nail, naa a a-z3 advantage. Freeman three and Preston Scar- The Cougars outscore North row and Josh Wagner two each. Central 16-9 in the third period Marry Mayer had 10 for North despite Jim Micklin's free substi- Central. tutions. North Central outscored The Cou=ars Nay at Pike Val- M .ankato. in.the final period 1.2-8 ley Friday and host Tipton Tues- wnue playing enurety against day Last 3 minutes fatal to Davenport Tigers McCool )unction's Alan Otoupal scored five points in the final three minutes of the game to give the Mustangs a 68-64 win over Davenport Saturday evening in Davenport. The first quarter ended in a dead heat with each team posting 17 points but in the second quarter the Mustangs pulled away to take a 37-32 lead at the intermission. Davenport rebounded in the third quarter, outscoring their oplxments 20-11 to retake the lead, 52-48, at the end of the period and held a four-point advantage with three minutes to go but could not hold the lead. Coach Chris Sluka said a major factor of having only one offensive rebound in the sec- ond half while the Mustangs were able to get more than one shot at a time when on offense. Three Tigers were in double figures led by Jed Reinke with 28. Matt Bohling finished with 13 and Clint Nunnenkamp had 11. Ryan Biltoft had six and Dustin Cor- man, Perry Gunn and Mitchell Kubieek each had two to round out the scoring. Joel Tuxhorn and Jarred Weiss each had 15 and Otoupal 12 to lead the Mustangs. The Tigers host Odell Friday and travel to Clay Center Satur- day. Lady Tigers race to 10-point win Saturday The Lady Tigers used a strong third quarter to down McCool Junction 51-41 in action Saturday night at Davenport. The Lady Mustangs took an 8- 4 first quarter lead but the Lady Tigers narrowed the gap to two with an 11-9 second quarter. Davenport outscored their guests 20-10 in the third quarter to take a 35-27 lead . The Lady Mustangs rallied in the final pe- rind but the Lady Tigers held on for the win. Kim Folkerts led all scorers with 26 points, 10 of them in the third quarter. Anne Greer finished with 10, Kendra Quandt seven, Charlotte Holtzen four and Amy Follmer and Michelle Mosier two. Amy Clark had 11 and Shannon Nevile 10 for McCool Junction. The Lady Tigers host Odell Friday and play at Clay Center Saturday. Nelson girls post big win over Hillcrest The Nelson glrl,, basketball "'"  '' :' ...... ' ': .... team got 1922 o(f to' a rousing The LadyT[girs doected on start with a 56-36 victory over 23 of 57 fieldgoalsfor40percent Hitlcrest Tuesday evening. The Lady Tigers led 16-10 at the end of e first period and extended their lead to 33-19 at the intermission. The third quarter was almost a mirror of tile second with Nelson outscoring the Lady Mus- tangs 15-t0 to build a 48-29 ad- van tags going into the final stanza. Rachel Aksanfit led the pack with 15 points with Michelle Aksamit adding 13 and Taye Hanson 10. Terry Kniep finished with nine while Jtilie Buescher had three and Wendi Himmelberg, Lisa Schleufer and Amy Mertens had two apiece. Tara Benyshek DARE students graduate tonight at North Ward The second DARE graduation program will be tonight (Thlirs- day) at the North Ward gymna,- slum. The program begins at 7 and were nine of 20 at the line. Hillcrest was 14 of 50 from the field for 28 percent and seven of 25 at the charity stripe. Nelson grabbed 15 offensive and 22 de- fensive rebounds while the Lady Mustangs had 10 offensive and 21 defensive grabs. Hillcrest led in turnovers 26-21. The Lady Tigers host Kenesaw Friday evening and travel to Ch- ester Tuesday. 8 teams play at Sandy Creek Eight teams will be playing in the reserve basketball tournament at Sandy Creek Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Team pairings for the first round are Sandy Creek freshmen versus Hastings sophomores, Henderson against Geneva, Sandy +Creek against Superior and Sut- p.m. ton versus GICC. Nebraska State Trooper The Superior game Monday Monica Bartling, a graduate of will start at 7 p.m. Winners of Superior High School, is the in- Monday's games will play both structor. Tuesday and Wednesday. Graduating will be about 50 fifth grade students, she said. The public, including last year's DARE graduates, are welcome. Monday Matalnee League J an 6, 1992 ' W L Scott TV 40 28 MLM Gelbvieh 39 28 Harold's Conned 36 32 Shop Qwik 35 33 Twin Valley Imp. 29 38 Superior Floral 24 44 High individual game: Scratch: Sharon Fritz, 194, handicap: Jocelyh Shroyer, 178 +46 equals 224; high in- dividual series: Scratch: Sharon Fritz, 547; handicap, Jocelyn Shroyer, 445 + 138 : equals 583; high team game and : series: MLM Gelbvieh, 932, - 2,725. Classical League Jan. 2, 1992 W L Superior sixth graders win Superior's sixth grade girls basketball team beat Clay Center 25-8 Saturday. The B team also won, 20-4. The team, coached by Kent Thelander, plays at Red Cloud Saturday.' Men's fellowship elects officers Nineteen were present for the Superior Men's Fellowship Breakfast held Saturday at the First Baptist Church. Guests in- cluded men from Hardy and Guide Rock. Robert Noren was in charge of breakfast preparation. James Maley led the the devotions. Officers elected include Ken- neth Duncan, chairman, George Hanson, assistant chairman, and Kester Johnson, secretary and treasurer. Crook Gala 38 20 Superior Ins. 35 21 Do Drop In 33 22 Lornas 33 23 Bruns Dairy 33 23 Deue]s 32 24 ? Prices 31 25 Superior Vision 28 28 Jugheads 27 29 W L Security Bank 21 34 MealkeDrug 4 0 M&R 20 $6 ScottTV 3 1 High game scratch: Mary Ace Hardware 22 Ohlrich, 197; high game with VFW 2 2 handicap, Mary Ohlrich, 197 + Superior Motor Parts I 3 33 equals 230; high series Coca-Cola 0 4 scratch: KellieBruns, 510; high Team high game: VFW, series with handicap, Mary 1,017; team high series: Ace Ohlrich, 504 + 99 equals 603; Hardware, 2,972; individual high team game: Lornas, 913; high game: Ed Meekins, 215; high team series: Bruns Dairy, individual high series: A. 2,638. Thompson, 557. Commercial League Dec. 17, 191}1 Shane Elkins appears to be attempting all sorts of body English in an attempt to get his shot to go through the hoop during Mankato's game against North Central Friday night. The Cougars jumped out to a big early lead and coasted to the win. North Central players are Brian Sinn (45), Curt Parrack (33) and Troy Miller (5). --Express Photo Fund goal $10,000 00;00;Bi0000NCH0000nears completion ofambulance drive The Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital Foun- dation annual fund drive is off to a strong start, according to the foun- dation's president, John Price. "This year's goal is to raise $10,000 toward the purchase era hospital ambulance," he said. "We have been overwhelmed with the giving toward this project. Two weeks into the drive, we have re- ceived $8,396." The foundation received three large gifts roger the project underway, one was $2,000 received from the hospital auxil- iary and the others were two $500 gifts, one from Helen Denny, Superior, in memory of her hus- band, and one from Reinke Manu- facturing Company, Inc., Desh- ler. Four girls ors 200 or more have been received from Dr. Tim and LeVeta Blecha, Charles and Eleanor Stiles, Clarence and Bemiece Zuberbuhler, Pam Mu- sil in memory of Raymund Statz. Ray Farrand in honor of Zoe Far- rand. Reliable transportation is a necessity, Price pointed out, and the old ambulancenolonger could be trusted. "Without public sup- port, no rural hospital could pro- vide the modern care needed for the people of the area," he said. Donors, in addition to those already listed, as of Friday are Ruby Paulsen LaPoint, John Q. and Jeanne Jolmston, Jim and Betty Tangdall, Boyd and Pauline Imler, AI and Shirley Jorgensen, Bill and, Katherine Dixon, Supe- rior Lottery, Inc., M.M. McKin- ney. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Garrison, Bill and Doris Menke, Demis Hansen, Edith Rausher, Wayne and Vivian Wroughton, Gerald and Frieda Gleason, Charles and Gertrud Heller, Exal and Norma Zoltenko, Homer B. Wehrman, Jack and Winnie McCorkle, Ken- neth Pedersen, Clyde Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kruse. James Bargen, Robert and Nellie Littrell, Mr. and Mrs Adolph Kalvoda, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne S. McClure, A. Blanche Statz in memory of Raymund Statz, Raymond Schroer, Hartley and Jane Petersen, Ardeth and George Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Whiteley, Chester and Helen Ewer. Esther and Mark Hoops, Wil- bert Marquart, Goldie L. Frey, Harold and Melvin Rungs, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Eggers, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Eggers, Don and Helen Gebers, Joe and Julia Pedersen, Albert Jensen, Delcie Stowers, Raymond Garton, Richard Wulf, Frank C. and Charlotte Wal!ers, Margot Degley. Rick and Anne-Marie Giger, Given A. Johnston, Willis and Marilyn Kettelhut, Margaret Hoins, Lloyd and Melva Stertz, Perry and ReJean Elting, Dagmar Pedersen, H.B. and Betty Wehnnan Jr., Rex Headrick, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Braden, Francis Millen, Ellen Gram, Robert and Athelda Thompson, Wilton and Mary Thomas, Orel M. Davidson, Glenn and Helen Aurand. Delbert and Carrie Rothchild, Bill and Anna Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reeve, Leona Kim- minau, Ercell and Marguerite Bur- gess, Lyman and Janice Hansen, Jack Russell, David Autrey, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carver, Arthur A. Wchnes, Commercial Bank, Mary D. Boyd. Raymond W. O'Hara, Dale and Twila Rothchild, Yvonne Terrill, M. Belden, Leonard and Lorraine Rempe, Herb and Bettie Bruns, Harold and Lu Braun, Tom Shute, Calvin mad Oleta Hobson, Kaye and Wilmer Bouray, Gerald McAtee, Clara Mae Chambers. Alfred Grummert, Elmer and Lorene Meyer, Lee and Elsie Penney, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andersen, Zoo Fan'and, Irene Keeling, Dennis and David Genung, Troy Genung, Kathleen McCormell Hendrickson, Donald E. Danekey, Helen Shaw, Etza E. Grove, Leslie Erickson, Maxine and Melvin Diehl. Mrs. Calre W. Roe, Elmer and Helen Druba, Martin and Avis Shaw, Kenneth and Helen Hurd, Louis Worden, Magdalena War- neking, Floyd R. Zeigler, Ed and Joan.tRempe, Bruce and Karen Tinkkam, Wilma Langer, Soren and Grace Thomsen, Dorothy Washington, William Anderson Sr. Ben and Mary Disney, Kester Johnson, Alline McBroom, Marvin E. Webber, Larry and Arma Jean Whimey, Sam Baird, Helen Fisher, Helen Stubbs, Denis E. Davison, Arlene Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Messersmith, Alma Mueller, Hilda Hoops, Dan and Mollie Switzer, Clair and Edith Sloane. Faye Jensen, Joe and Lois Sul- livan, Burdette and Ann Hanson, Irene Gholson, Scott Morris, Russell L. Beebe, Harvey Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. LeVeme Erickson, Vernon Quy, George and Janet Kucera, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Pe- terson, Christine Atkinson. Fern Ebright, Elsie M. Wissing, Elmer and Agnes Britten, Ronald Higer, Chris P. Nelsen, Glen and Frieda Langer, Steve and Marie Beebe Coupe, Darlene Oglevie Wallis, David and Donna Lovew- ell, Anna Van Nortwick, John D. Myers, in memory of George L. Drudik by his family. Herman M. Johnson, Robert and Roberta Frerichs, Virgil Warner, Mark and Pam Frerichs, Don and Harriett Cacek, Irene Barlknecht, Harrell H. Kunkel, R.R. and Lois Brushing, Fayette L. Stahl Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Bostel- man, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Combs, Jack..and Doris Swanson, Jesse Latham, Mike and Nancy Johnson, Velma Schiermeyer Rorabaugh, David G. Scbck, Harold Carpen- ter, M.M. Jcrome Kohl, Larry and Judy Striggow, Keith Robinson, Donald and Shcila Korb, Mildred Jensen. Sullivan Dairy, Ron and Nancy Hefts, Clara Buchleiter, Roy Rempe, Trilby's Treasure's, Dorothy Heydenbcrk, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackstone, Margaret Wilton, Delber McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Dillman, Herbert D. Kuper, M.D., Terry McCutcheon, Arthur L. Hansen, Oscar Chris- tensen. Wayne Gilliland, Dora Hoins, Norma L. Thomas, Paul and Wilma Rathbun, Kevin and ,nn Schultz, Ben Kemper, Carol and Lois Shuck, Joyce Leech and Lec Rutten. t Lady Cougars cold i'F _ ast quarter, lose Y:e,,= ill {] The Lady Cougars blew a 13 Dempsey finished with seven, LenoraatAgra62-29De.j Pt point third quarter lead and fell DeanaVanMetersix, SuzyRines were44-36winnersvea'Sae line before North Central 36-32 Fri- fourandSusanGilletttwotoround Clyde Dec. 17.  8atl day day evening at Mankato. outthescoring.LanaLindsley had VanMeter was theJael t lMe C" Mankatotooka9-6firstperiod 18, 12 of them in the last quarter, scorer in the Lenora gamel iPleSt " lead and extended it to 19-8 at the to led North Central. points. Nickia McDill  iint' intermission. The Lady Cougars. TheLady Cougars put 15 field with seven, Dempsey_  at___ai-lm , outscored North Central 8-6 m the goals through the hoops and were Rines and Johnson fve,  11 third quarter but from there on it two of four from the line. North two and Javenia Peters o Mrs went downhill. North Central got Central had 14 field goals and VanMeter, Johnsonarl |amtl" .q 22 points on the board in the final were eight of 10 at the line, hitting were in double figures  dil-' stanza while Mankato could tally all eight of their attempts in the Clifton-Clyde gam wi  Tsyk)r only five.., last quarter, and 10 points :esp"ctivel] Mr. an ,'nnmareJohnsonledtheLady Mankatowonthereservegame and Dempse' eacn had  Brt. He Cougars with 13 points, six of 16-15inagameshortenedtofour- round out tht scoring, b KUesi8 them in the first quarter as North minute quarters. The Lady Cougars play  ituber , Central was able to shut down In games played right before Valley Friday evening  Frtdsy [q Mankato's inside game. Darcy theChristmasbreak, Mankatobeat Tipton Tuesday. and Mrs, MI Je Me Let',  hsl t,y [ mr oo Mr ,Mc Ma sey, an: 1V ;am la ! ee tnl F Mr an C l er [Ome  kat ,'. ! M gan l 11 er. gM= . K gKe let" F,I .G g ,W hin lilt :mmi h = v= e, G J H tel{  -,. llan I Mrl /eel I; M. an | M . a{ : Ial I::: K I  R andM Mankato's Susan Gillett (21) was shooting from the vicinity of the free throw line wh p cture was taken Frday even ng as the Lady Cougars played North Central. Mankato led the game, but a 22-5 fourth quarter allowed their gUes'ts to cla!m"a's!i t'WO21'dii33 Wln, 3-34 Dempsey s the Lady Cougar with her back to the oamera. Number 15"is na Lind siie Central's leading scorer. ExpresS alia1 Itobl Wee Mr. al were Smo Willl Water colors are favorite' medium for Mankato art00 ' S worked a lot with colors which and one of the oldest helped," Silsby said. there is." Silsby attended Hays college, Silsby also uses but the art classes she took acrylic mediums in mostly stressed the craft side of tings. "I use the art. It wasn't until several years creates the effect most later, when she attended Cloud for each painting," ded. Another creative By Gloria Garman Donna Silsby, Mankato, says, "Painting is a joy and a challenge." "When I was 10 years old, I had a wonderful teacher who sparked my artistie interest," that Silsby has been with is, dye on silk. Not she used this medium tures but she has colorful scarves. Silsby's drawings d landmarks have been sht the over of recipe broefiures, and book Her current of the old the Jewell County Society, Landscapes and still 1 Silsbys favorite tyP paintings. "I love to pictures of flowers," stated. Portraits are also pa Silsby, but children a favorite subjects. "It's hard to sell yot[ tings. You want to sell th you don't. So much of goes into your painU Silsby said. Silsby has workshops in Nebraska, Colorado Oklahoma. She is a me the Courtland Art General Federation of W Club, and Creators Un Some of Silsby's art wa displayed at restaur$ Mankato and Concordi museums, banks, adi galterys in Kansa Colorado. The North c Kansas Association of has included Silsby's wo 'moving art exhibit. At the Guds Gallery, Seandia, where is employed, she enjoys and framing other work. "I would really to be promoted in the The earlier the better, Silsby shared. County College classes, that her The lack of art supplies and artistic views widened. paper limited her art work in Watercolor is Silsby's her early years. "We didn't favorite medium. Silsby said, have art classes in high school "Pastels are also fun to use. but in home economics we Pastels is the puriest art color Mrs. Suud= DIVi Wlchi .Patti, Mad( are so eager to learn, said. i "It s wonderful to pl_ create. You feel sorm. come alive," added SilSb I There is nOthing that t " made worse by telling. !, , .... 'X Donna Silsby, Mankato, says "so much of yourself goes into a painting that it is hard to sell My friend is not perfeC i them." The Mankato artist has found that landscapes and still life are her favorite subjects, am I. We suit each otl Photo by Gloria German mirably.