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~A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, March 18, 1993 , ~ The Superior High School Music and Drama Depadments will present the ! < Wednesday are (standing, from left) Mark Kistler, Nathan Bargen, Erika Tuttis, Nick e e enter 2 The ment$ last SupedorCloseUpsmdentshad but. with airports closed from teamt a wrench thrown in their travel Georgiato no ightsco dd Saran the,. plansbytheblizza dthatparalized get the tourists to Washington. Sutton ,itat the east coast over the weekend, Close Up students were able to get Those who Close Up was to spend a week in a flight mto Washington Tuesday were: 1. Wasington D.C, to learn the rune- and will take part in an abbrevi- Kermoade, Joek tions of the nation's government, ated portion of the program.They meettheirstaterepresentativesand will arrive home Saturday as drew Bates, visit thenationalmonuments, but, planned. thestormwouldn'tallowthemem- Superior students traveling to 4. Michael bars to preeeed as scheduled, Washington D.C.,'this year are Bleeha. Seven students and theirs pen. Jake Miller, Kim Molder, Mary Wrestlers sol Linda Simonsen, planned to Molder, Monte Kirchhoff, Corey were: leave Omaha Sunday moming for Scott and Nolan Beavers.Former Wade Sclamidt, a day of sightseeing before the Superior student, Jason Hobson, Michael Bates, CloseUpprogrambeganofficially also traveled with the group. His mother, Rose Hobson, was iu CHB ladies open track season charge of transporting the Close 2. Shane UPMgroup to Omaha for their flight" Hathawa ore bad weather is predicted Landon "~ along the eastern seaboard for the Shelby Melton, late part of the week. drew Healey Eric Borden Avis, Matthew The Chester-Hubbell-Byron Biologist to Lady Bulldog's track team is looking forward to a successful discuss fishing 1993 season. The 1992 Nchras- Kyle Austin, District Fisher- ka South Central Conference ies Biologist with the Kansas 4. Ryan Hathaway. champion and district runner-up Department of Wildlife and team didn't lose anyone to Parks, will present a public in- I BL1BCh graduation last year With the formation meeting on Lovewell Splits: J. additions of a few freshmen and and Glen Eldea Reservoirs, sophomores, the team is running The agenda will include 1993 10; L at full strength, fishing forecasts, managementl.4-7. Returning letterwirmers in- plans and strategies, fish popula- B. Roush, 5-6-] elude seniors Jody Gunn and lion samples, and creel survey 2-7-9 washout, Angle Porter; juniors Staci information. The evening will out; L. Peters, 2 Moxham, Christina Kirchhoff, conclude with a question and an- 5-I0, 5 -I0; L. Elizabeth Kniep, and Traci swersession. Snyder, 3- Vorderstrasse; sophomores Karl The meeting will be held at Guzik Wassom, Brandi Freitag, Lisa the State Bank of Downs, to- H. Ostdiek, 5- Smith, Otristina Bice, and Tina night; Thursday, at 7:00.J. Barreu Welch, and senior mtdent man- J. Ost, (3-10 ager Jennifer Ritterling. 5-7. Newcomers to the track team Harris receives musical,"OtiverTwist,"byCharlesDickenstonight(Thursday)andFridayinthehigh Tuttis, (middle row) Maranda Doreza, Zach Alexander, Tiffany Brazil, Adrienne are freshmenLori Kelley, Jermy school gym beginning at 7:30. Cast and crew of "Oliver" have been preparing (or Cline, Jeremy Wright, Adam Delka, Ann Boeka, (front) Luke Alexander and Cheryl Mares, and Traci Bradley, and KSU scholarship Farm B.r=u Esbofi Misfits a several weeks for their performances. Students practicing at the high school ldouray, sophomore Loft Smith. Coach Kelly Mumm, will be assistedEIliott Han , a senior at Wildcats " by Chris Backer.- White Rock High School, has Jackie's Station tl V ...... .=@ . . -- "! Mumm stud E en though we been awarded Kansas State Uni- Do Drop In Wddcat track to hole meet Naturday o ono 1 JL.Ii. k2) some, year will be ve. dif- laship for the 1993-94 school 220; L. Peters, : ItCult. urn" comerence is always year. .......... - inossr ninoooodssalesmanand hasbe nane,oernesstohel-oet as leaders of the Superior boys in tough, and we meet up with Harris has been on the honor 191;L.peters'4 i .,tcrnearly mrce years otplan- ~dltrles Ior events were aug . o . t-~ e, v ........ --o t.- e, thi va.~r' e*wlrto erv',rt r an*= ra, m~nv nf tha.a, t~,~me thrt~lohnnt nao d vl s rw -- ..., .... v,-,~, ,,v-- ......... " .... .~ ............ ~, ..... roll for four years and has been 539; M. Reiter,. - . , has many eahngs me acti ue unae ay and people are ...... and construction, the Wild- Tuesday and organizers began to .... Tuesd g . . . tumm gtrl state uahfier, Sand the year. The dtstnct meet wtll active in FFA as an Officer the esd Superior H gh School athleuc de- happy to see meets returning to . g . q . Y . . atCommumtyTrackwdlhost ts set up for the meet Wedn ay ............ Smith wdl bebackforhersen,or be even tou,,her wtth teams like last three years in addition to Barn tr'ack meet S" aturdav Fivearea evenin Chamnionshin, and run- partmem. ocmmmnasoeenguest Ulymor. roany vomnteers nave ..... = n..,t. -- .o. , ..... o. ...... ,-,, ,-rtorovme ano rmmpton m participating on the livestock Pizza Hut " i w dad starter of other area htgh school ex essed thetr w~sh to md m the Video ; ' s l,'m 1 m 'BI ' ner-upplaqueswfl bea ar to . h gh choo. c ud g. ueHill ........... track meets of the meet Other athletes Chnstensen We will really need to work and landjudging teams. He has Fairbur Brunin Franklin and me nrst ana secono pmce teams. o Y, g, ... .......... .... ; ..... ) ;. ,h ...... ; " te n t wi u expectes to eaa me Lacy wnocat nard Uus year to be as successful been his high school class presi- Dave s . ........... v ............ - Chris nse -..d thathe t . High indivio~.'~'.,~tl& ~ | tV[(XlalS Wilt U~ a~o~l tot IlrSt . ~ . . , the host Wildcatscompete.. ....... e m r tracksters are. Rachel Meyers, as we ve been m the past. The dent the last three ]/ears. He 177; F. Stroup, p] , throu h stxth places m all mdt- zattonofthetrackmeethavenoted ..... th huge corn unty esponse . . . Field events get underway at 9 g .... thr he r k r AmyJensen, SaraMenke, Leslle g rls are working had, and we served as a co-captain on,the f, th an enthusmsuc response from the oug uttheenu etrac p eject . . 172; D. UgloW, ,eeingl v v~dual events and or e top three . . , a.m. Track e ents start at 11 a.m. . _ ' . a fi m w Conaway, HillaryDamonandAnn hope to see many suers at football and basketball teams 482; F. StrouP, 4 ., ............ ". ' Supenorcommunltvandai ll th t th s rst !eet oui!dn" til_ " , .......... :" this year and is afour-year let- Kiers SuperAStronu dillon to holding the office of King _Pi'nSlan ar, letter-club president this year. a He was chosen as Bausch and aCwki l representative. H!gh indiv The son of Jim and Michell Harris, Burr Oak, he plans to mona, 221; K. Hajny, 206; major in Wildlife biology. Hajny, 567; D. Ma .ato Pharn IB Kody Kimhh oCP,S day. the honor rolls. The honored stu- Susan Gillett, Marc Grout mad STARTING PROMPTLY AT 11:00 A.M. LUNCH AVAILABLE AT SALE SITE MACHINERY 1975 IHC 1066 diesel, front weights, brackets, cab, air, 5,200 hours with 18 4x38 duels in last 5 years new clutch, TA, ring gear and pinion, steering tie rod ends and bushings 1959 IHC 460 D tri-front t 982 John Deem 27-ft. field culti- vator with 3 bar harrow 1975 6-row 30-inch Litliston culti- vator, 3-pL 1982 6-row 30*inch Blue Jet Hiller, 3-pt, 6-row 30-inch IHC go-dig, 3-pt. 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Quick Hitch Metal wash tub Small propane heater Metal bed 18Jt. Overhead garage door sec- Clawfoot castAron bathtub lions Hand corn sheller Rail road ties Pedal grind stone Round metal patio table Coal bucket Hand syole Heavy extension cords Old ~ Log chains Well map holder ReVactable clothes line WWI water dipper " Many more nice miscellaneous WWt Helmet farm tools, equipment and Iron implement seat household goods of =ale take precedence overprinted advertising. TERMS: Oash or good check. No property removed until settled for. All property st bidder's rtsk when bid off, Not rs onsible for s,,a..,dent I.D. uired for bidder's number. Gale , Complete Auction, Appraisal Service Neb. one 402-87 64 Brad ]Siting and Corey Mlkkelsen The Wildcat track team has 50 dents will be guests of the SarahLindberg, or by calling the high school boys and girls out and Mankato High School National school. 70 competitors at the junior high Honor Society Chapter. level. Coaches for Superior this The National Honor Society PTL Band Clinic season include Christensen, Gene has established a tradition ofhav- Wokenfuss, RonHershbergerand ing one of the Mankato Chapter at Jewell Tuesday FredMeyers. Christensen said he graduates retum as guest speaker. expects it to be a successful track This year the special guest will Jewell hosted the PTL Band season for Superior for both the be Penny Menhusen Jeffery. In Clinic Tuesday. Phillipsburg boys and girls teams. The Wildcat her second yearofmedicai school BandDirectorGeorge Blume was boys won the 1992 state Class C- at the University of Iowa, she is a guestclinieianofthemassedband 1 track meet at the end of last member of the MHS Class of consistingofJewell, WldteRock, season. Although none of those 1987 and a graduate of Friends Waconda East, Beloit St. John's althletes return, Christensen did University, Wichita.. and Mankato. point to Todd Ekart, Scott Meyer. Installation ofNational Honor A public concert was pre- BrandonBlechaandDaveRiggert Society members and special rec- sented at 7 p.m. " ..... " " ,;'ii ":, ............. / , ........... , ,, In order for you, as a pet owner, to comply with the ordinances the following must be done by May 1, 1993, ALL DOGS over 6 months of age to be vaccinated for rabies. See your veterinarian. ALL DOGS over 6 months of age to be licensed. Cost of each license is $4.00 annually IF YOU OWN three or more dogs or cats you are required to obtain a kennel license. Cost of a kennel license is $100.00 annually. ALL DOGS to be kept on a leash or inside an enclosure at all times. All licenses can be obtained from the City Clerk on or after March 22. Clerk's Office is in the City Utilities Building at 135 West Fourth Street. Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Saturday and Sunday. Telephone 402-879-4713. No license will be issued without proof of vaccination. Dogs running loose will be picked up and held for 72 hours. If not claimed within 72 hours, dogs will be disposed of according to the ordinances. When claiming a dog, owner must obtain license if dog is not licensed, and pay a $5.00 penalty plus boarding expenses, AN ADDITIONAL REMINDER: Section 3-110 of the ordinances reads as follows: "it shall be unlawful for any person to harbor or keep in said City, any dog which habitually disturbs by loud, continuous or frequent barking, howling or yelping y runs after or barks at pedestrians or vehicles traveling on the streets of said City." Any and all questions concerning the above should be directed to either the City Clerk or Chief of Police. This notice by order of City Council and Mayor. High 201; D. Onman and Ortman, 554; D. Anderson, Rose Early Sweet Peas Snapdragons Marigolds 18 , 166; F. StrouP, 447; O. TGIF Family Tics _. Gutter Cleane Mixups Streaks Wobblers High 203; B. 159; L. Mof,r, 181; L. 495; 422; 477; Grand Doubles: D. Futlerton; and J. Decker Singles: at the The Knights of Columbus free throw state championship was held at Keamey Catholic, Sunday afternoon. Racing as runner-up in the 13-year-old division was Kody Kirchhoff, shooting 21 out of 25 missing a tie for first by one and tieing for second, shooting 5 out of 5 in a tie-breaker. The Knights of Columbus Council 7714, Superior, spon- sored the local contest Jan. 16. Kirchhoff was the 13-year-old winner. Kirk Utecht was the 14- year-old winner. The district level contest held Feb. 14, and the regional level contest held Feb. 21, both took place in Hastings. Kirehhoff won his age group to advance to state. Utecht was runner-up in the district contest and was called to shoot at the regional as an alternate. He again placed as runner-up with 19 out of 25 buckets. Utecht is the son of Annice and Paul Utecht, Superior and Kirchhoff is the son of David and Lois Kirehhoff, Hardy. As eighth graders both boys attend Superior Junior High. Superior Invit Track Meet * Serving 11 a.m to 3 RUNZAS, CANDY AND BY /-