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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thtndw, March 2S, 1992 Superior wrestlers Superior does ,. to00., Members of the Superior Wres- Davenport with a three,medal effort. She tied for third with a 4- 6 high jump, was fourth in the mile witha time of 6:20.1 and ran the anchor on the lone relay. Amber Oltmans, sophomore, ran the 60-yard hurdles in 103 seconds after recording a 9.9 in the preliminaries. "Two things about Amber's performance in- igued me," Madsen said. "One, it was her f'h'St race ever in the highs and two, she four-stepped instead of three. The only. thing she'll do is get better." Oltmans also ran the opening leg of the 4:44.9 mile relay. Senior Kendra Quandt, running in her first meet since last year's anterior cruciate ligament surgery, led the 440-yard dash at the two- thirds mark before succumbing to cramps. Unable to run the mile relay as planned, Quandt was replaced by junior Tonya Buresh. 'ronya had quite a day. She ran in the 60-yard finals and the 220, 30 minutes before the relay. I thought she came in an.d ran a solid race." Madsen conmnted."She was our surprise of the day." well at Fairbury age levels at the Sutton tourna- ment Saturday. Kindergum: Ray AvisandJed "[he Superior High School (Miller, Hansen, Heydenberk, Renz, second; Will Connan and tracksters did well at their meet Scott Meyer), firsL Landon Woemer, third; Ryan Tuesday at Fairbury, picking up Peele and Cole Zoltenko, fourth. five firstplacesand eight seconds. Girls First .de.: Wade Schmidt, Boys 60-meter hurdles: Hilarie first; Michael Bates, second; Shot put: Todd Mohler, first; Damon, third. Jeff Christancy, second. 100-meters: Tiffany Duncan, Andrew Bates, third; Cody Barry and Tyson Gebers, fourth. Discus: Mohler, first; Chris- second. : Second grade: Matthew Bates, tancy, second. 200-meters: Duncan, second; first; Joshua Crowl and Michael Pole vault: Brandon Blecha, Sara Menke, third. Swuad, second; Tuck Sibert, second; Matt Watson, third. 400-meters: Amy Jense see- third. 100-meters: Andy Heyden- end; Menke, third. Third grade: Andrew Healey berk, first; Ben Hanson, second; 800-meters: Ann Thompson, andDep.,kKetmosdflrsgAriek Brody Duncan, third, second. 200-meters:Heydenberk, first; 1,600-meters: Thompson, sec- Johanmn, second; Lyle Avis, third; and Nathan Egger=, fourth. Hansen, second, TJ. Folkers, end. Fonrth grade: Jock Renz, first. third. 3,200-meters: Sandy Smith, Fifth grade: Aaron Hughes, 400-meters:ScottMeyer, first; first, third. Heydcnberk, second. The Wildcat thinclads will Sixthgrade:BrandonWoern, 800-meters: Andrew Miller, participate in the Sutton Relays fourth. second; Chris Jackson, third, today (Thursday). All events, Seventh grade: Nik Johanson, 1,600-meters: Drew Ekart, including field events, are relays first. third, with team totals counted rather Eighth grade: Chris Hughes, 3,200-meters: Ekart, first, than individual times and dis- second. 1,600-meter relay: Superior fences. Davenport girls  _,. w,, o,SaturdaY.Thirteena tournametwresfleat ClaYhaveCenterquali. /'l for state competition April 4 sixth at Doane be Healey, Al'ick Johsn$oDerek Kermoade, Mitchell Kraus, Drew Meyer, Jock Renz, Aaron Hughes, Brandon Woemer, Nik Johanson, Chris Hughes and Jason Bargen. Girls win regional, state-wide honors Six area girls basketball team players have been singled out for post-season honors by the major newspapers serving the area. The Hastings Tribune named White Rock's CarrieFlavin to their all-tribland second team. Three of the state runner-up Lawrence Lady Panthers received recognition. CassandraTroudt was named a third team all-tribiand and first team Class D selection as well as first team D-2 in both the Omaha World-H'ald and Lincoln Journal-Star. Tam Schutte was named to the second team Class D by the Tribune and received hon- orable mention by the World- Herald and theJoumal-Star.Tonya Jarosik received honorable men- tion by the World-Herald. Davenport's Kim Folkerts was a second team Class D selection by the Tribune and received hon- orabie mention by the World- Herald and the Journal-Star. Michelle Aksamit, Nelson, i : recoivedhonorable menti by the Journal-Star arid World4-1erald despite missing a good part of the season. Following its coach's 1992 track motto, "Eight trackers: qual- ity, not quantity," Davenpon's girls team placed sixth out of 12 teams at the Class D Doane Invi- tational last Thursday at Crete. "I was a little disappointed with the turnoutnumber this year (eight. down from last year's 10),"coach Kevin Madsen explained. "How- ever the eight girls get along well, practice hard and compete even harder." Perennial track power Shick- Icy doubled the score on runner up Meridian, 54-27. Davenport fin- ished with 161/2points.TheLady Longhorns flexed their muscle with four firsts and six seconds. "I'm pleased with our results us- ing eight people so you under- stand my admiration for what Shickiey accomplishes with about the same number of participants," said Madsen. Sophomore shot putter, Kim- berly Folkerts, celebrated her 16th birthday with a gold medal throw of 31-10 1/2. Folkerts also com- peted in the third-place mile relay team. Junior Charlotte Holtzen led 0rvil Heitmann, Louise Edna Reinke, Deshler, visited Heitmann, Alice Eggers and Amanda Reinke Monday. Leora Kniep attended the Roland and Gwen Grueber funeral of their sister and aunt, attended the menthly NARFE Martha Hobelman, at Big dinner and meeting in Fair- Springs, Neb,, last Thursday. bury. Twenty-three members Em'oute they visited Randy and and two guests were present. Kathy Heitmann and children Susy Wit presented a program at Cambridge and were over- on doll collecting. night guests Wednesday and Visitors d Wilbert and Leena Thursday, returning home Marquart last Sunday evening Friday. were Ed and Annie Marquart, Saturday visitors of Mrs. Ed and Lydia Dittmer and Alven Renz were Vivian Theresa Peters. Tuesday Hansen, Gwen Grueber, Adrea evening visitors wer Louis Gebers and Pauia Renz. Sunday Peters, Hebron, and Vernon and visitors and dinner guests of Irene Fintel, Deshler, to help Mrs. Renz were Aleatha Mr. Marquart celebrate his MeKay, Palmyra, Vivian birthday. Sunday dinner and Hansen and Orlyn and Paula aftcrnonn guests of Mr. and Benz, Kevin and Kilyn. Gwen Mrs. Marquart were Dick and Grueber was an afternoon Elaine Spreier, Larry and visitor. Kristie Poet and Sberrie Tepe. Diet Coke, Coke, Sprite and Mr. Pibb .............. 6-pk. cans $1.89 50-lb. Freezer Beef Bundlee .......... ,$82.50 All Freezer Beef Cut and Wrapped Free 20 lb. Beef Roasts 5 lb. Beef RII 10 Ib Beef Steak 5 lb. Stew Meat 10 lb. Ground Beef 50 lb. Total Ground Beef ......................... lb. $1.39 Ground Pork ......................... lb. $1.29 Sausage ............................... lb. $1.39 Home-Cured Sliced Bacon ............................... lb. $.89 6-oz. Ribeye ........................ ea. $1.79 8-oz. Ribeye ..................... ...ea. $2.29 10-oz. Sirloin ............. , ......... ea. $2.39 Roodes Hot Dogs ............ 2 Ibs. $4.09 Beef Liver ............................. lb. $.59 Pork Liver ............................. lb. $.19 u./. off an s00ee. r--CHECK Ar COSSU.ER'S--] L._ FOR CATERING NEEDS ..J CLOSED AT NOON SATURDAYS Consumer's Packing Company Phone 402-879-3611 301 West 1st StreetmSupedor, Neb. [] UUl I Guide Rock annotuices honor roll Guide Rock Junior-Senior High School has announced the names of students who attained the honor roll for the third quarter of the 1991-92 school year. To qualify, a student must have an average of 93 percent or better. Grades in art, physical education, band and vocal are not included. Third Quarter Honor Roll Seventh grade: Jennifer Montgomery, Tammi Oh'd- stede, Stephanie Petsch, Edwin Wiest. Eighth grade: Meredith Brumbaugh, Kim Nollette. [opomores: Traey Ohm- stede, Emily Wiest. oumors: Troy Anderson, Tracy Frey, Rod Hunter, Nichole Kianaman. Seniors: Gaye Kimminau, Kristin Knehans, Gregg Richardson, Jill Rust, Ellen Wiest. Third Quarter Honorable Mention Seventh grade: Gaff An- denton, Amy Delka. Eighth grade: Lisa Rumsley, Rochelle Schall. Sophomores: Kent Duffy, BradHunter. Juniors: Heather Arrants. Seniors: Trisha Ol-umstede, Melody Schriner, Ben Schutte, Danny Shipman. It used to be that a fool and his money were soon parted. Now computers assist us. i iii i iiii March students of the month at Superior High School are (from left): Shayna Footo, Molly Boeka, Jodi Kaldah, Kathy Persson, Becky Hanson and Mary Mohler. Honor 6 as students of the month Becky Hansen, Mary Mohler, traveling basketball team in the Shayna Foote, Kathy Persson, fifth, sixth and seventh grades. Molly Bocka and Jodi Kaldahl She also played seventh grade havebecn selected the students of school volleyball and basketball the month for March at Superior and nms track. She is amember of the student council and has been a High School. Hansen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Hanserk Polk, Me., fives with her grandparents. She is a member of the United Methodist Church, Superior. The senior has been very in- volved in FHA and 4-H activities over the years, serving as presi- dent of FHA this year and par- limentary and public relations officer during the 1989-90 school year. She has attended district FHA conferences, been a state officer candidate and a voting delegate. She attended FHA cluster meet- ings in Glorieta, N.M., in 1989 and Dallas, Texas, in 1991. She is president of the Webber Wide-Awake 4-H club. She has held the offices of vice president, treasurer and secretary in the past. She has also participated in the Kansas State Fair and has been a junior leader four years. She is econcSident of the Jewell County 4- iL She has served on the student court/ill for three years, Close Up, Art Club and Key Club one year. She has been a member of S-Club for three years and a class officer for four years. She has played volleyball, basketball and track during her high school career. Hansen's hobbies include sketching, drawing, painting, studyin.g history and government, exert]sang, country music and water and snow skiing. Mohler, thejuni0res repre- sentative, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mohler. She is a member of the Nazarene Church and the senior high representative for the TEENS. Mohler's activities include Close Up and FHA, She collects porcelain dolls as well as other style dolls. She also babysits, Foote is the sophomore class representative. She is the daugh- mr of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Foote. She attended Ralph Witters Elementary School in Thermopo- lis, Wy., before transferring to Superior when her father became tbeSe stmaster. is involved in the student council, drill team, swing choir, speech team and thespians at the high school. Her hobbies include singing, dancing and playing the piano. Persson, the freshman class representative, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Persson. Her activities including volun- teer work at the Superior Good Samaritan Center and keeping the pop machines filled at the high school. Her hobbies include roller skating and swimming. Boeka, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boeka, is the eighth trade re0resentative. She attended Fairmont Public Schools before transferring to Superior when her father became manager of Cooperative Business Association. Her activities include volley- ball, basketball, softball, track and student council. Her hobbies include piano play- na 1, volleyball, softball, basket- , track and water skiing. Kaldahi, the seventh grade representative, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnKaldahl, Hardy. She has been a member of th, I II Winners of Price Monument Contest at the Superior Home Show Monument's weight was 1,760 Ibs. Approximately 250 guesses were placed. First place winner was Susan McPherson, with a guess of 1,736 lbs., second place winner was Floyd Risewick, with a guess of 1,735 lbs. and third place winner was Phyllis E)eth]off, with a guess of 1,79 lbs. John E. Prnce Monement Sales Phone 402-879-3900 750 N Commercial, Superior, Neb. John E. Price , , , Marlice Sullivan Scolt DeWltt Superior musidans L'I __ * do vuper]or Superior junior high musicians eamed severalDivisionlratings open with win at the music contest held at Mal- colm Friday. Both the band and the chorus The spring golf season opened Wagner54;Chad eamedaIrating.Vocalensembles Thursday at the Superior Country Delka 60; Jason and solos which receivod I ratings Clubwithafreshnum-sophomore Matt Schultz 76. were the duet of Hillary Johanson golf tournament between Supe- The Nelson and Kendra Rempe; Johsnason, tier and Nelson. Twenty-three with a score of 239, solo; Maranda Doreza and Nick players were dodging snowflakes had a 51, Cass Tutde, duet; TaraI-IinerandKara asthe 1992 season got underway. Kleen 64; Cole Hoefs, duet;DarciChristensenal Ryan Smidt, Superior, weath- and Jodi Kaldahl, duet; and the girls ered the storm and carded a nine ensembieofRenaeJudy, Kaldahl, holescoreof44forthelowround with 336. Chrlstensen, Hiller and Heels. of the day. Superior's A team Jessi Ensign Receiving a H+ rating was the captured firstplace withascoreof chef 86 and duet of Darci Miller and Amanda 191. Players and their scorers, in Wright. Piano solos receiving I addition to Smidt, were Ed withascoreof371. ratings were Miller, Christensen M 46; Jeremy Tipton 48; had a 59, Phil and Wright. ChadWilliams53;undRyanHen- Hnefsl Instrumental solos receiving I derson 54. The ratings were Wright, Jake Miller, The Superior B team took sec- Smidt, Aaron Cline, Brooke Thomsen, ond with a score of 237. Members Williams, Wagn; April Harwell, Molly Hallgrim- and their scores were Jeremy Priefert, Hansen sort, Darci Miller, Kelly Williams, ,o00o. Smidt helps Crow, Amber White, Stacey Jones, Maranda Doreza and Hods. Re- ceiving H+ ratings were Molly president Boeka and Dannelle Jackson. Eilsembles receiving I ratings were White and Doreza, duet; By Beth Bohling Darci Miller, Kelly Williams and Whenever Presment Bush highhonorrollstudcnteveryquar- Molly Hallgrimson, trio; and flies, Superior native Kurt ter. Her hobbies include playing Christensen and Crowe duet. Smidt has a hand in making sure his trip is a safe one. sports and reading.  championship Smidt, a staff sergeant in the Flnandal aid to be trophy at s. u.s. Air Force, is a crew chief in the Presidential Maintenance discussed at SHS A basketball team sponsored Branch. His assignment is to help assure that the president's by the Commercial Bank of Nel- air transport is kept in top-notch AI Gusner will present "How son captured the championship condition. to Make the Financial Aid Laws trophy in Division D-2 of the The presidential air transport Work for You" at a meeting of Whoopers and Hoopers tourrm- fleet eensists of two specially interested parents and their chil- ment at Hastings Sunday. dren Thursday, April 2. The pro- PlayingontheteamwereRoger configured Boeing 747-200B's. When the president is aboard gramwillbeginat7:30pJn.inthe Biltoft, Mark Eggers, Dave oneofthem, the call sign is "Air beoften high school library. Gebers, Steve Gebers, Tom Force One." members standi J Gusher, a native of Chardron Gebers, Boyd McCaemey, Dave "We make intensive preflight the ladder, andacounselorwiththeNebraska Meyer, Randy Meyer, PhilSchoof inspections prior to each trip," This year, Army National Guard, has more and Kevin Wheeland. Smidt said. In addition a crew thannineyearsexperienceinlearn- The championship game was serviees eaeh airplane and all of Christmas open ing the intricacies offmancial aid. the 201st game of the three-day its systems after each flight. He specializes in making the fi- event and the fifth win for the "It's a oretty detailed ser- he nancial aid laws work for students, team. More than 100 teams par- vicing," he said, explaining that Ousner is co-author of the ticipated including one sponsored crew- members cheek every were down and we "CareersYourFutureWorkbook" byFurmersCooperativeBusiness aspect of the aircraft and through all the that is used in more than 200 high Association, Hardy. service all systems. The crew rooms." schools in the state. He is also the also is responsible for basic As for other author of "Your Future Starts Superior students deaning of the interiors. Bush, Smidt's Now," which is used in the col- horseshoe leges of the state, to be in Citizen Bee Accommodations for the president aboard AirForce One year. The The presentation will last ap- horseshoes with Twenty-one students from include an executive suite proximately one hour, according seven Nebraska high schools in- consisting of a stateroom, with but so far Smidt to Joan Unruh, guidance coun- eluding three from Superior will dressing room, lavatory and Smidt, the son selor, partieipateinCitizenBeeregional shower, and the president's DeEtte Smidt competition at l-lastings Saturday. office. A conference-dining enlisted in the Aft The event will be at Fuhr Hall on room is available for the after gra the campus of Hastings College. president and his family and High School. Entered from Superior High staff, with separate ae- He trained at School are Andrew Miller, An- eommodations for guests, Force base in drew Mason and Kristen Russell. senior staff, Secret Service, Colo.,and The Citizen Bee is a national security personnel ,: and news, Base in San academic competifion for students media. Maximum' passenger before being in grades nine through 12 which load is 73. school at focuses on American history, gov- Other prinicipal differences Base in Wichita ernment, geography, economics between Air Force One and the His initial and current events. Participants standard Boning 747 include maintenance w$$ compete in an objected written lectronie and communications Force Base in test and four oral rounds, equipment, self-cuntained The fn'st place winner will baggage loader and capability receive a $300 savings bond, sec- for in-flight fueling. A corn- end place a $00 savings bond partment is outfitted with and third place a $100 savings medical equipment and sup- bond. Those placing first through plies for minor medical frith in the regional contest will emergencies. advancetothestatef'malsApri125 Nobody gets near Air Force atLincoin.Statefmalistscomp  One without high security at the national level in Washin 1- clearance, Smidt said. Anyone ton, D.C. else in the area is escorted at all Citizen Bee is a program of times. Close Up inititated in 1982. Last When the president fries, four year similar contests were held in maintenance personnel go 45 States, Washington, D.C., and along to service the plane at its several U.S. territories and Ameri- destination. Smidt ae- can schoolsabroad, companied Air Force One to Dr. Dwyane Strasheim, dean Rome and Amsterdam during of Hastings College, is competi- recent presidential missions there. Eric tion coordinator. Dan Kerr, an "We do the same inspections instructor in political science, is and maintenance aboard that the moderator. we do here at Andrews Air Pike Tra.U LQIIe Force base," he said. Air Force attend One is expected to be ready to haines [LU-4$tal take off at any time. Once the work is done, the month-long Selections have been made for however, the crew has time off the Pike Trail League all-stars and to go sightseeing, leaving just to a emy is held in athenUmberteam, of area athletes are on airplane.erie crew member with the StateEricUniversity,JGarst is Boys In Rome, Smidt visited the dents chosen fro First team: Robb Raney, Scott Vatican and ruins left from the of outstanding stt'"i' Nylund and Ed Hurtig, Pike Val- days of gladiators. He toured out the state. ,, Icy; Shane Dewey and David the diamond exchange and the The, theme of Schlotterback, Mankato, and old city in Amstermdam. emyis 'Understa'_ Men's breakfast Darin Barnes, White Rock, Being in foreign countries is  Nationally knea,d Honorable mention: Jon Ter- net a new experience for Smidt. conduct lectes # at Guide Rock pening, Mankato. He flew all over Europe as-a The COUrSe worg__wo Girls flight mechanic for an Nineteen men attended the First team: Carrie Flavin and operatime squadron stationed philsophical -Pef,Y'-, l|[ monthly fellowship breakfast at Jennifer Pate, White Rock, and at Rheinmain Air Force Base nature of , tionthenry, th_I the First Baptist Church, Guide Aunmarie Johnson and Susan outside Franlfftwt, Germany, shipbetwnfrCeli Bk, Saturday. Gi]let, Mankato. from 1985-88. The Rev. Marvin Palmer Honorable mention: Shelly Aft his tour of duty in expression nnd #I freedom ' opened with prayer and Dan Smith, White Rock, Cynthia Germany, he was assigned to tween ege Hutton gave the devotions. All Sweat, Heather Reed and Rachel the 89th Aircraft Squadron at literature. Coil awarded in these closed in unison with the Lord's Wallin, Pike Valley, and Durcy Andrews Air Force Base out- o:0f Prayer. Garstis the Men were present from Burr Dempsey, Mankato. side Washington, D.C. He has ChriStine Garst:| Oak, Northbranch, Red Cloud, maintenancebeen attachedand toaircraftpresidentialsince Mankato High /] Hardy, Superior and Guide The only realfleace in this January 101, although he was Mj][ Rock. world is peace m mmo. net permanently assigned there Children wu " "lrr__ tm July. sibilities at hence | [ rtoffman ..... !, I Force One crew is top-of.the- These atfitudeSw:d][ n ] 1,,,. , ,, school work to o,::l be said. paremn  don t r " t II Carpets Were looked upon highly can tmotivall.'il [ 429 N Webster, ROd ClOUd, Neb. 800455-9092 [ l Large Carpet I 1 Remnant00 I (Room Size) [Sunday, Mar00 I l to 7 p,m.  I Installation  I available .: on close-outs Superior 6th grade loses three games The Superior sixth grade bas- ketball team lost three games last week. Saturday, March 14, they lost to a Lincoln and Omaha team in the Midwest Invitational tour- nament played at Lincoln. Last Tuesday they lost to Blue Hill. Lincoln Tournament The 48-team tournament was sponsored by the Lincoln YMCA and held at various high schools in the city. Superior played against the Lincoln Mavericks in the first game and lost 32-30. Jeff Nelson was the scoring leader for Supe- rior with 10 points. Luke Alexan- der finished with five, Mark Hamilton three and Matt Edwards two. The second game of the day was played against the Omaha Morton Mavericks. Superior lost 34-28 in a hard-fought game. Alexander was the high scorer with 10 points. Nelson had eight, Hamilton six, Zach Alexander and Adam Delka each had two. Blue Hill The boys traveled to Blue Hill and lost 34-32. Eric Beard led the young Wild- cats with 13 points with Nelson adding eight. Luke Alexander and Zach Alexander each had four points and Hamilton added a three- Oointer. Delka, Edwards, Nate uray and Daren Lemke were credit for good rebounding and defensive play. The next action is at the Plains Classic toumarnent at Hastings Friday through Sunday.