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to i plans .Jrune wedding Madsen and Nathan both of Kearney, an- engagement and ap- They will marry , Kevin :Y Madsen and the parents are the Rev. all of Kear- 1998 graduate of Gibbon is attending Univer- at Kearney where she elementary education. in December. at Wells Fargo, Grand Ledge, UNK and is bh- ical Seminary, Ft. and works for Sherrill Madsen, Sherrill Improvement. adparents are Elaine Grandparents ofthe bridegroom are andthelate Howard Platte Sherrill, Lexington, and the late ,andShirleyJensby, Bertha Sherrill, and Ted and Alvina Schmeeckle, Elwood. "or FFA members home state awards FFA members were the Nebraska FFA Con- headquartered at the and had evening at the Pershing Audito- and cash awards for agricultural expert- in the state profi- qualified at the dis-" and then n Lincoln with a panel of state winners .will now 12-state regional com- and Gary Tordrup in areas in which was not involved. were: process- que and $I00; Tucker mechanics design first, plaque and $100; gement, first, ), Stacy Simonsen, food first, plaque and yatt, wildlife manage- animal p, second, plaque and turfgrass manage- and $50: Kate , gold award; silver outdoor recre- r Bargen, ag- silver award and n, corn- culture technology corn- had two state final- 'state medal with her re- systems. Senior asilver medal using computer for soil erosion control Cassie McCutcheon junior public topic was "Cloning in The junior parliamen- team brought home a ) took a written for a panel of members were Kassie Lauren Will- Vanessa ards and Erin demonstration plaque on their Calving Assis- team of Luke Josh Crowl tg May 4 Peterson & Beavers May I 1 Figgins & 17 Vogee & itchell ling June I Garrison & en. /,Cling June 8 v Jlie Fuller & Joe Price 13 & t Ave )b. 68978 Serving as convention delegates for Superior were Holly Walton, Brittanie Utecht, Darren Bouray, Tucker Sibert, Kathleen Sweet, Tracy Taylor, Jacey Young and Alyssa Montgomery. Leadership workshop participants were Wade Schmidt, Brittanie Utecht and Darren Bouray. State FFA Honor Choir members from Superior were Marti Christensen, Tracy Taylor, Holly Walton and Abby Cline. Superior FFA chapter recognized by state The Superior FFA Chapter was rec- ognized by the Nebraska State FFA Association as one of the top organiza- tions in the state in four areas at the Nebraska FFA Convention April 3-5 at Lincoln. The four areas in which a chapter can be recognized are safety, community service, natural resources and chapter rating. In the area of safety, the Superior FFA received a gold rating and a top 10 plaque sponsored by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture. In the area of natural resources, the group earned a gold rating and a top 10 plaque sponsored by the Nebraska Farm Bureau. The community service area is spon- sored by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture. Superior received a gold rating and a certificate. In the chapter rating category, the local membership received a gold rat- ing and a certificate. At ceremonies at Pershing Audito- rium the chapter was awarded a banner and a check for $1,000 from the Ne- braska Investment Finance Authority. The presentation was in the Governor' s Excellence Awards area. A highlight for the Superior FFA at the convention was having 15 State FFA degree recipients at the Pershing Auditorium ceremonies. This was the most from any one chapter in the state for 2002. Davenport Senior Center Menu Monday, April 15: Hamburger on bun, hash browns, stewed tomatoes, tropical fruit. Tuesday, April 16: Ham balls, augratin potatoes, honey carrots, applesauce. Wednesday, April 17: Creamed chicken, biscuit, peas, lemon-pineapple Jell-O, cookie. Thursday, April 18: BBQ beef sand- wich, macaroni salad, baked beans, ice cream. Friday, April 19: Oven baked fish, creamed peas and carrots, orange juice, tapioca pudding. r-r . Hours: Wednesday and Friday, / 1:30.5:30 p,m. Thursday, 4-8 p.m. | Saturday f 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 2J V Nifty-Thrifty Shop 410 1/2 N Central. Superior, Neb. Calendar of Events Tuesday, April 16 The local chapter of AARP will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Vestey Center. I You're Invited I Bridal Shower You are invited to a bridal shower honoring Aaron and Dixie Watson, Sunday, April 14, 2 pm. at Salem Lutheran Church. 14-2p 90th Birthday A birthday card shower is requested for Mrs. Forrest (Fern) Peters on Sun- day, April 28. Send to P. O. Box 245, Nelson, Neb. 68961. 15-1c Swingers next dance slated for Tuesday The Spring Creek Swingers will have their next dance Tuesday at the Ruskin Community Center with Dean Milner doing the calling. Hosts for the evening will be Char- lotte Christensen and Henrietta Schlueter. There will be a business meeting after the dance. Bryce Kint!gh looks to future through radio By Sarah Hoicomb Bryce Kintigh, a junior at Superior High School is gaining work experi- ence which he expects will help with his career choice. In mid-March, he job shadowed with Billy Wolf, a Kearney radio sta- tion disc jockey, During the five hours he was with Wolf, he operated the radio station's control board, selected music for broadcast, talked on the air and read public service announcements. Commenting on the experience he said, "I enjoyed it. I would like to do it again." It wasn't his first radio experi- ence. Kintigh, has been employed by KRFS Radio, Superior for approxi- mately one year. At the local station, he records weather announcements and is on the air live with gospel and church programming. Kintigh was interested in becoming a radio personality before he started working for KRFS. The job shadow- ing experience strengthened his inter- est. As a radio broadcaster he said, "I make a difference in people' s lives and people look to me for information." In addition to radio, Kintigh is in- terested in meteorology and would like to become a meteorologist. He cur- rently serves as an amateur weather spotter and is attending classes to learn more about weather observation. Hickman seeks Goodwill donations If spring cleaning has you scratch- ing your head over what to do with those sacks of outgrown clothes, boxes of already read books and last season' s curtains, it all may be given to Good- will. The Goodwill truck will be in Supe- rior April 24 to 30 and a donation trailer will be parked at Ideal Market. To celebrate Goodwill's beginning with the people of Superior, an open house will be held April 24 at noon. Georgia Hickman, a Superior resident, who for the past five years has been director of developmental disabilities services at Goodwill's corporate of- rice in Grand Island, will launch the week-long collection City officials will also be present. "We look forward to working with people in Superior and invite you all to join us for refreshments," Hickman said of the grand opening. Goodwi 11' s trailer wi 11 be open from noon to 8 p.m. on April 24 and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on April 25 through April 30 to receive donations. The trailer will be available approximately every eight weeks to receive donations from the citizens of Superior and sur- rounding communities. Donations of clothing in good re- pair and small household wares can be placed inside the trailer. Because of limited storage space, Goodwill can- not accept furniture or large appliances. Tax donation slips will be available at the trailer. Goodwill uses the donations and turns them into jobs and job opportuni- ties for people in central Nebraska. Revenue earned through the sale of donations at Goodwill's retail stores helps support programs for persons who have developmental disabilities or a long-term mental illness Thursday, April 11,2002 THE SUPERIOR E)(PRESS 3bll Legion Auxiliaries name Bruning-Davenport Girls State participants anluUnree??:,rt American Legion Auxiliaries in the area have announced selections of del- egates to Cornhusker Girls State. Girls State, inaugurated in 1939, is an effort by the American Legion Aux- iliary to teach young women of Ne- braska about the principals of Ameri- can government through actual prac- tice. Girls State is scheduled June 2 to 8 in Lincoln. The participants are presently jun- iors in high school. Pahi attends from Ruskin Megan Pahl, Ruskin, a student at Ruskin High School, was selected by Ruskin Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary. Last summer she was music leader for church vaca- tion Bible Pahl school and at- tended a na- tional youth gathering in New Orleans where 35,000 youth gathered to pro- claim their faith in and love of God. She is a member of National Honor Society, treasurer of the youth group and is employed as a certified nurse aid at Blue Valley Care Home, Hebron. Her parents are Brian and Loft Pahl, Ruskin. Local student receives Concordia athletic scholarship Bryce Blecha, Superior, has been awarded an athletic scholarship for football for the 2002-03 academic year by Concordia University, Seward. Blecha is the son of Dr. Timothy and LaVeta Blecha. Bryce Kintigh, a junior at Superior High School, gains job experience as an announcer on KRFS Radio. Kintigh's future plans include a career in media communications and meteorology. Superior.00loral eo. 5th and National, Superior, Neb. (402) 879-4014 A Card Shower is requested for the 50th Wedding Anniversary of Waldean and Twilla (Fletcher) Jensen Cards may be sent to: 3051 West 9th St. Waterloo, Iowa 50702-5307 or Join us for cake and coffee at Westminister Presbyterian Church 1301 Kimball Avenue in Waterloo, Iowa on Saturda00y, April 27 2-4 p.m. (No gifts Please) -%- Sl:00ll't6 REUIUA CHURCH OF THE IIAZAREHE 740 Ead Ilk SL were m, 25 1952 in Neb. Stop by 401 N. Central Superior, Neb. Open House Tuesday, April 16 1:00 to 5 p.m. Come in and meet our personnel Justin and Barb Thompson Evelyn Thompson Shari Schutte Zo: I1=.- IIMmd  =dllk Ig= Broadcasting" 1 =His tieht to. -- LtM Wor. ! Hatzenbuehler represents Superior Amanda Hatzenbuehler, daughter of Chuck and J a n i c e Hatzenbuehler, Superior, was selected by the Superior American Le- gion Auxiliary. She attends Su- perior High School where Hatzenbuehler she participates in Future Career and Community Lead- ers of America, attended FFA conven- tion two years and is in pep and concert band. She is a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and is employed at Pizza Hut and Menke Drug. Brittanie Utecht, Superior, was cho- sen as alternate. Hardy group sponsors Simonsen Stacy Simonsen, Hardy, will repre- sent Rodney Soper Unit No. 179, Hardy. Her parents are Gerald and J u I i e Simonsen, Ruskin. She at- tends Supe- rior High Simonsen School where she is a member of the drill team and participates in art club, community service club, foreign lan- guage club, Future Career and Com- munity Leaders of America, Thespi- ans and FFA. She is a member of St. Paul's Luth- eran Church, Hardy Registration for 2002- 2003 school year Superior Jr-Sr. High school will be holding registration night today, (Thursday) to register students for the 2002-03 school year. The schedule for registration is as lbllows: Seventh grade, 6 to 6:30 p.m.; eighth grade, 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.; ninth grade, 7:00 to 7:30 p.m.; tenth grade, 7:30 to 8:00 p.m.; eleventh grade: 8:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and twelfth grade: 8:30 to 9:00 p.m. These times are set for the students entering those grades. For example, this years 6th graders will be entering 7th grade and should be at the high school to register at 6 p.m. Parents are encouraged to'attend with their chil- dren. in all their subjects will mak, Honor Roll. Students that secure above in all their subjects make Honor Roll. Names with an asterisk, are on the A honor roll. Third Quarter-sixth grade: Ce:clia Catlett, Logan Crockett, Gus Lindstrom, Miranda Returners*, Seth Williams*. Seventh grade: Jamie Blunk*, Kristin Bruning*, Shauna Bruning, Caitlin Hicks, Brittany Hoins, Whitney Holtzen*, Brett Jagels, Katie Kerl*, Preston Lentfer*, Spenser Otto, Ross Volkmer, Michael Wagner, Allysa Zoucha*. Eighth grade: Kole Ficken, Dalton Holtzen*, Derek Jagels*, Eric Miller, Jacob Peterson*, Spencer Reetz, Alex Schoenholz. Ninth grade: Chelsey Heyen, Rachel Peterson, Megan Schardt*, Christina Wagner, Laura Williams. Tenth grade: Trenton Albers, Drew Kendall, Ashley Schoenholz. Eleventh grade: Jenna Bowman*, Logan Fisher; Brian Fehr. Chance Gerdes*, Landon Heinrichs, Adam Lahners, Drew Miller, Ross Miller*, Tony Norder, Jeanne Houchin. Ryne Philippi, SLaty Smith, Jesse Wil- liams*. Twelfth grade: Theda Austermann*, Quint Bottolfsen, Abby Bruning*, Shauna Bulin, Tract Clevenger, Kelly Corman, Bethany Dirks, Kipp Dowdy, Lance Follmer*, Ross Norder, Josie Reinke, Nathan Remmers, Kelli Roland*, arid Tyler Schardt. Advertisements duplicated by plan On first glance we expect some of our Kansas subscribers wilt believe we made a mistake and stuffed two identical copies of a tool sale circular in this week's copy of their newspa- per. We didn't. The company placing the insert is holding two sales in this area. One will be in Concordia and the . other in Hastings. Circulars lbr both sales are included in some copies of this week's edition. State approves merger of school districts Th Nebraska State Committee for the Reorganization of School Districts has approved the merger of the Chester- Hubbell-Byron and Hebron school dis- tricts. The merger will officially take place June 1. The districts are currently operating as a unified district. Forgetful Dad A father who encourages his son tt lbllow in his lk)otstcps has probably forgotten a few. y Cindy Strasheim, Clay County Extension Educator - presents: -II II"Asset Building For Today s Youth"lJ I[ Monday, April 15 Jl II 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. II [I Sandy Creek School 11 l For teachers,, and all public interested in the, youth of our communitYl Position: Fire Chief for 8 years Years it) ..... service: 14 Birthdate: 12-30-62 Brtbplace: Todd, Kroeger Daughter-Morgan (6) Current Employment: Aurora Cooperative(Hardy) Favorite Pastime: Firefighting 1, Show up. 2. Pay aention, 3, Ask questions, 4. Don't quit Pereonal. Hero: Firefighters - because they volunteer their time Proudest Accomplishment: Having a son and daughter I have tearned about myself as a public servant: By following the rules and regulations, you don't always make people happy If I won a million dollars: 1, Pay bills, 2. Go on vacation, 3. Buy a fire truck for the members of the Superior Fire Department If you could live anywhere else, where would it be: Log home in the mountains by a stream on 15 acres Favorite movie: Animal House Favorite vehicle: Pierce Dash Quint because it's 5 fire trucks in one Position: EMT (Lieutenant) Years in service: 16 Birthdate: 2-3-64 Birthplace: Superior Family: Husband-Todd Camie Son-Austin (8) Kroeger Daughter-Morgan (6) Dogs-Molly & Bonnie Current Employment: Superior Floral & B.M:N,C.Hospital Favorite Pastime: gardening, horseback riding Favorite Memory: Going to family farm at Mr. Claire with grandparents Best Advice: Always find time for your family - listen to your children & learn from them Best words to describe you: outgoing, strong- minded, responsible Personal Hero: Dad - he was always there for me whether I was right or wrong Proudest Accomplishment: My children I have learned about myself as a public servant: How important each day is Favodte'lV show: ER If you could live anywhere else, where would it be: the mountains Favorite Book: Mysteries Favorite movie: Pretty Woman Favorite Music Group: ZZ Top A 4 L.taJ, (NAB) Sponsored by: I 4 Detail,,n00 437 E. 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