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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 11, 2002 Superior's Megan Hickman shows her long-jumping form at the Ed Weir Invitational March 16 at Superior. I IIIII I I I I II I CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Raelyn D. Miller, C.P.A. 213 East 3rd = Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-476! Fax 402-879-4938 e-mail: miller@ danacole.com Business Is Great ...... And We're Looking For More! Jill. IIII II III I IIIII HIIr Nine-Pin No Tap No Split Bowling Tournamentl Friday, Saturday and Sunday March 29,30,31 April 5,6,7 and 12,13,14 Men's and Women's Divisions Singles, Doubles and Mixed Double Divisions Optional 300 Jackpot Entry Fee $11 per event To reserve your times Call 402-879-9982 or 402-879-4110 or 402-879-3211 Superior Bowl I i r Superior girls finish 6th, boys 7th at AC The Superior girls finished sixth with 29 points in a nine-team field and the Superior boys were seventh with 20 points in an eight-team field at the Dale Feeken Memorial Invitational at Hastings Adams Central Saturday. Girls' results Jenny W arneking brought home the second-place silver for Superior in the long jump going 15' 11.5". Warneking took fourth in the triple jump with a distance of 31' 8". Erin Eitzmann picked up a bronze in the 100 meter intermediate hurdles with a time of 17.2. Eitzmann took fourth in the 300 meter lows in 53.6. Superior's 400 meter relay team of Warneking, Brittanie Utecht, Kristen Sweet and Jessica Kinyoun finished fourth in 55.2. Ashley Dean came in fifth in the discus with a throw of 91' 11". Boys' results Wade Schmidt won the 800 meter run in 2:09.7. Dustin Damon took the second- place silver in the l l0 meter high hurdles in 15.8. Adam Heitman finished sixth in the 1600 meter run in 5:14.9. Superior's 1600 meter relay team of Darrin Bouray, Brady Grove. Schmidt and Eric Borden finished sixth in' 3:59.3. The boys' pole vault was not fin- ished because the wind had created a safety factor. Raider boys, girls finish fifth at Hebron The Raiders boys and girls both finished fifth in a field of 10 teams at the Hebron Invitational March 28. Kirk Peterson won the high jump by clearing the bar at 6' 2". Peterson took second in the triple jump going adistance of 41! I 1 I/2". Girls' results Renee Faimon won the triple jump going a distance of 34' 5" and Jenny Menke took third going 33' 9 3/4". Faimon took second in the long jump with a leap of 16' 1 1/2". Faimon took another second in the 400 meter dash with a time of 1:02.9. Stacy Svoboda ran to a second- place silver in the 300 meter hurdles in 51.4. In the 1600 meter relay, Faimon Jessie Bohlen, Jamie Gebers and Slaty Stemper took the bronze with a time of 4:26.4. Bargen takes first with jump of 5' 6" Julie Bargen, Nebraska Wesleyan University, placed first in the women's high jump at the GPAC Series Meet at Donne College April 6. Bargen's jump of 5' 6" provision- ally qualifies her for the NCAA Na- tional Meet .L paul,un. ' Bargen i'tl aaught,bf Tom and Pat B arg'Tqi.al I I nl u Cottonwood Country Upholstery Jan Leece 785-753-4133 i i ill ii II I i, Need health insurance? Call Mar/ice Sullivan, Agent, 402-879-3377 Farm Bufmmu In the Vestey Center FAM/LYOFt:IN,4Nd'ML PL4N/C/ISBIY/CH BlueCross BlueShieid 449 N. Central of Nebraska Superior, Neb. 402-879-3377 ii n I I Farm Bureau representatives are authorized health insurance agents of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska, a Not.For-Profit Mural Insurance Company and an Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. . , II I [ II I II / I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I IIIII I ENTEE R EST , hereby request that an absentee ba lo be mailed to me (Name)  . , .  election occurring on. I am a registered voter er 1, Special) (Date) ....................... my phone number is (Address; City, St, ZIp) . .. and I am registered to vote as a: Democrat  Libertarian 0 Natural Law 1 Nonpartisan for the (Primar#, General, Special) residing at (Phone number) Republican The ballot should be mailed to me at (Address; City, St, Zip) (SlBnature) (Date i I tl I I II III I I II II III I I IIIII II I I I I II'nll II1'1' I1'11'1 , The above application for Absentee Voters Ballot may be used to request ballots by mail. (You will note the form no longer requires a reason.) Mail applications to: Selma Ferguson, County Clerk PO Box 366, Courthouse, Nelson, Nob. 68961 Absentee Voter Deadlines Request by mail:4 p.m., Friday, May 10 Request in person:4:30 p.m., Monday, May 13 Request by agent:7 p.m., Election day, May 14 Note: Any registered voter who is permitted to vote absentee may request an absen!ee ballot from the County Clerk's office by appointing an AGENT to personally pick up an asantee ballot. No person shall act as agent for more than two registered voters in any election. A candidate or a member of a candidate campaign comittee may only act as agent for his or her family. Office hours for voting: Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Deadline for in person absentee voting at County Clerk's office is 4:30 p.m., May 13. 402} 225-4361 i i 11111 II IIII I ( IIIIIIII I III I I III III I i I I I III II II I I Superior golfers take game. The 34th annual third at Franklin Inv. all-star game will be The Superiorgolfteamplacedthird Devaney Sports at the Franklin Invitational Friday. p.m. Alma was the tournament cham- pion with a score of 331. Southern Valley was second with a l(] 343 and Superior followed with a 358. Clay Center was fourth with a 364; ir Doniphan-Trumbell, fifth, 366; Red Classical l.almIl!' Cloud. seventh, 381; Overlon. eighth, ,:: .:V. 384; Franklin, ninth, 386; Blue Hill, Price's ....................... i .:= 10, 398; Loomis, 11, 425 and Chief Electric ............ :: Lawrence-Nelson, 12,458. Bradshaw Insurance J ! Individual medalist was Justin Bach SFMC ...................... of Southern Valley with a round of 76. Tucker's ................... ;i The weather was 60 degrees with Jensbys light winds. Individual high g i Joel Henderson defeated teammate tric, 753; Individual hi Jerred Ehlers in a two-hole playoffto 2,131;Teamhighgam '2' win the eighth-place medal. Ehlers 194; Team high seri captured the ninth-place medal. Both 485. shot rounds of 86. Superior players and scores follow: Joel Henderson, 44-42-86; Jerred Ehlers, 43-43-86; Ryan Fuerhoff, 49 41-90; Josh Peterson, 47-49;96 and Joe Trapp, 51-46-97. Biltoft selected to play in all-star game Lawrence-Nelson's Michael Porter hands the baton off to his twin brother, Lawrence-Nelson's Corbin Biltoft, Mark, inthe4x800meter relayattheEdWeirlnvitational March 16atSuperior. a 6' 4" senior guard, has been selected Besides the Porter twins, Taylor Biltoft and John Reed made up the rest of the to play in the 2002 Nebraska Coaches team Lawrence-Nelson placed fourth with a time of 10:32.16. Association All-Star boys' basketball L-N girls win meet at Fairbury, boys last The Lawrence-Nelson Lady Raid- Members of the ers won the Meridian Mustang Invita- School Quiz Bowl To tional at Fairbury April 3 but the boys competition include placed last. Ten teams were involved Ross Fimore, Tim Girls win five firsts Henderson, Ryan F The Lady Raiders finished first in Damon and Tyson G five different events, ii Jenny Menke won the long jump Superior q going 15' 7 3/4" and Stacy Svoboda  team goes t! brought home the gold in the high jump clearing the bar at an even 5'. t The Superior Hig i Stacy Stemper won the 400 meter Bowl Team received dash in 1:04.9 and Renee Faimon took the high school quiz the tri pie jump gel nga di stance of 34' sponsored Thursday 3 3/4" munity College by The 3200 meter relay team of vice Unit 9. ' Faimon, Rebecca Hinz, Stemper and The Superior team Jessie Bohlen ran to a first-place finish ing in the state corn in 11:11.5. May 1 at Holdrege. Lady Raiders finish second tion, the first and seco in four events each of the regional ev Tara Hofstetter ran to a second- by the state'seducationl place finish in the 100 meter dash in will compete. 13.6 and the 400 meter relay team Members of the Sull consisting of Hofstetter, Stemper, Ross Fenimore, c Amanda Watson and Menke brought Fuerhoff, Tim Meyers'Dmt home the silver medal with a time of Tyson Gebers and 55.6. : Elaine Miller serves i 5 Menke finished second in the triple Bellelle  i jump with a distance of 33' 11 1/4" and  I Hinz took the silver medal in the 3200  ,,i resumes hi meter run in 13:46.5. ':' 7cs. Bronze :* Precision Dynam Hofstetter finished third in the long . nouncement last week ttr jump with a leap of 14' 11 I/2" and :. hire more workers for Jamie Gehers took the broze medal in plant helped to stop th " the 800 meter run in 2:41.1. indicated the company  ' ....... ;' off 40 full-time employ Boys' results ,i ' Corbin Biltofi was the only Raider Earlier the compa t I to place at the Meridian Invitational. Lawrence-Nelson's denny Menke tries to stay warm while she is waiting for plans to move the prl Biltoft ran to a second-place finish in her turn to participate at the Ed Weir Invitational at Superior March 16. Menke collection bags overs# the 400 meter dash with a time of 54.3. won the long jump at the Meridian Mustang Invitational at Fairbury April 3 with customersincreasedthei a distance of 15' 7 3/4". the March 31 deadline = i ,, , ......... pears the Belleville pl! Complete Dental Care We letter Orderst produceare alsothe items tup for i for the Entire Family Truck00 other products madeiIThe Belleville plant l 120 and it may expand! Superior Publishing Co. per day operation, Care with you in mind 402-$79-1292 Belleville Telescope. ,! Most insurance accepted i and filed Strict sterilization-modern Call now for appointment '02 Buick LeSabre Limited, 4-door, silver, V-6, 4, 402-225-2828 '01 Buick Century Custom, 4-door, white, V-6, 19, VISA-Master Card- '01 Chevrolet Lumina, 4-door, white, V-6, 29,000 '00 Pontiac Sunflre GT, 2-door, silver, 4 cylinder, DenCharge accepted . '00 Dodge Intrepid, 4-door, gold, V-6, 39,000 '99 Saturn SL1 Sport, 4-door,silver. 4 cylinder, Robert C. Wilson, D.D.S. '99 Pontiac Bonneville SE, 4-door, green, V-6, 51, Dee Ann Petersen, R.D.H. '99 Oldsmobile Aurora, 4-door, beige, V-8, 50,000, Angle Beck, Dental Assistant '98 Chevrolet Cavalier, 2-door, green, 4 cylindar, 28, Debi Hornbussel, C.D.A. '97 Dodge Intrepid ES, 4-door, green, V-6, 67,000. Becky Woerner, Office Manager ] CHRItlLER Mary Ann Bfltoft. Office Assistant I   I  ii Nelson Dental Clinic ] All 00v00ll00rll00l0000qf .... - .... 4^2 225 2828 I lilJlliarl''ilJl WIllY,Ill INI, 270 Son, Neb.* 402-225-2828 t ,,  ...... 302 N Commercial, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3204 * 1 -00"! I ! Wide Garage Sales Tree removal, Td Superior, 00m0,. ' SaturdaY, April 27 Clean your closets. Clean your basement. ' Clean your garage/You sefl at the location best for you/ Phone 01 Here's How To Participate: Register with The Superior Express by noon Monday, April 22 21 $6 participating fee and you'll receive printed advertising of your sale the week of the sale and a poster mounted on a stake for placemen t In you r front yard. When registering, please submit in 40 words or less the location and time of your sale along with a description of the items you are offering. ......