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Thursday, April 18, 2002 The Superior FFA Chapter held their annual banquet last Tuesday evening. Members honored for earning chapter degrees, the highest degree the local chapter can bestow, include: (back row, from left) Derek Shaner, Richard Rogers, Matt Kile, Cole Zoltenko, Tim Meyers, Brian Rempe, Atyss;+ Montgomery, Joel Henderson, Will Corman, Bryce Kintigh, Zach Bruns, Levi Gunn and FFA third quarter honor roll Ad Iducation students with a 93 pcku+ll average have been recognized ,1 lhrcc atca+ tbr the third quarter. l&apos;llc f(>l Io\\;vi)lg students earned their hlt:C )II (lie hollor roll. Leaf Trees FOR SALE Limited ,i+ + Quantities Daren Blackstone 785-875-4800 i i II S.A. E--Justin Mohler, Stacy Simonsen, Chris Headrick. Luke Meyers, Josh Crowl, Jacey Young, Kendra Elledge, Travis Rogers, Krista Clyde, Casey Baker, Kate Corman, Andy Eiseman, Cody Barry, Derek Shaner, Matt Rempe, Brian Rempe, Ben Bargen, Katie Bargen, Erica Beguin, Chelsey Blecha. Whitney But- " I , Soybeans 1 8274 I 8114  .ILI 1 8311  I I e us o cull It: (IlOll III,4111 I i or (II) IN.m4 I I Countr D+esc ns La ndscaplng landscape Design, Installation, and Maintenance Call to set up an appointment! Kim Ely Guide Rock, Neb. 402-200;:r-2615 I Ill I - 00ngr'atulations- Louise Henderson Louise Henderson is presented the 'Superior Person' award by Brian Miller, Ambassadors president. Louise Henderson is the epitome of what a 'Superior Per- son' should be. Louise is one of those unique people who thinks of others before herself. She loves this community with all of her heart and it shows. tter dedication to planning the Lady Vestey Festival has helped make it the success It is. She gets up early every Friday morning to attend the Red Caps Breakhst and report in her officer's capacity. She sup- ports the school by attending almost every game played, whether in town or away. She also attends all Ambassador meetings in the hopes of offering her hand to the promotion of lifts community. If there was ever a cheerleader for this community, it would be Louise Henderson. Her tireless dedication to her family, her .job and this community are above reproach. FUNERAL HOMES 750 N Commercial. Superior, Neb. 402-879-3900 e row) Aaron Thompson, Heitman, Jed Renz, Jessica Adams, Wade Schmidt, Amber Wyatt, Abby Cline and Darnn Bouray (front row) Jennifer Wameking, Gina Edwards, Erin Eitzmann, Vanessa Bouray, Lauren Williams, Jessica Kinyoun, Kassie Swanson, Kristen Sweet and Bdttanie Utecht. 1,,r, Alyssa Diehl, Steph Freitag, Sean Gillilan, Brady Grove, Laura Harris, Meghan Hickman, Mindy Holling, Kendra Kaldahl. Cassie McCutcheon, Dusty Wulf, Amanda Miller, Lizzy Veverka, Jordan Tuma, Kirby Siebecker, Aaryn Schultz, Jennifer Reeves, Jennifer Rogers, Samantha Walker, Tammy Bargen, Abby Cline, Bryce Kintigh, Amanda Hatzenbuehler, Wade Schmidt, Kathleen Sweet, Tucker Sibert, Brittanie Utecht, Amber Wyatt, Jenni- fer Warneking, Jessica Adams, Vanessa Bouray, Zach Bruns, Will Corman. Gina Edwards, Evin Eitz- mann, Adam Heitman, Matt Kile, Jes- crowl T ree Tree removal, Tr mm ng and tump Removal Reasonable rates I Free estimates j/ Phone 40Z-873608 sica Kinyoun, Tim Meyers, Alyssa Montgomery, Jed Renz, Mickayla Rhoads, Richard Rogers, Kassie Swanson, Kristin Sweet, Mike Turner, Holly Walton and Lauren Williams. Laboratory: Jared Fuilerton, Andy Eiseman, Jared Gunn, Matt Rempe, Jason Gillilan, Justin Mohler, Jared Mitchell, Tucker Sibert,Travis Rogers, Cody Barry, Danny Fuller, Josh Harwell, Levi Gunn, Mike Walker, Brian VanSteenberg, Derek Shaner. Classroom: Jessica Adams, Vanessa Bouray, Zach Bruns, Brian Rempe, Gina Edwards, Tim Meyers, Adam Heitman, Erin Eitzmann, MicKayla Rhoads, Lauren Williams, Kristen Sweet, Kassie Swanson, Mike Turner, Richard Rogers, Jed Renz, Matt Kile, Jessica Kinyoun, Will Corman, Alyssa Montgomery, Ben Bargen, Steph Freitag, Whitney Butler, Alyssa Diehl, Brady Grove, Mindy Holling, Jordan Tuma, Kirby Siebecker, Kendra Kaldahl, Amanda Miller, Jennifer Rogers, Cassie McCutcheon, Marti Christensen, Tammy Bargen, Kendra Elledge, Abby Cline, Travis Rogers, Bryce Kintigh, Tracy Taylor, Stacy Simonsen, Brian YanSteenberg, Jen- nifer Warneking, Brittanie Utecht, Amber Wyatt. Kile Veterinary Clinic Dr. Darrell Kile East Highway 8 Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3418 Large Animal Facilities Now Open Small and Large Animals Services House Calls * Country Calls After-Hour Emergencies DR.FRANK LESIAK Will Be In Superior To See patients at the Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital Thursday, April 25 Please Call (402) 879-328 l to set up an appointment :(" <ii * 908 Nodh Hovrd, Suite 109 Grand Island. NE 68803 r308-384-5400 800-782-6959 ! FFA Member of the Month The Superior FFA Chapter has selected Richard Rogers as their April member of the month. He is the son of Keith and Susan Rogers of Superior. Richard is a sophomore and serves the chapter as a member of the Scholarship Committee. This past month Richard competed in the District 8 Sheep Management Contest in Hastings and received second place. He participated in the Chapter's Republican River Bank Erosion l:h-oject on the Lee Hanson Farm. Rogers earned his Chapter Degree in Ceremonies, April 9 at Superior High School. Richard competed in three Nebraska State Agriculture Education Contests in Lin- coln, April 3-5. He earned a purple in Natural Resources received a blue. In the Jr. Livestock Judging Contest, Richard also earned a purple and lead his team to a blue ribbon, in the Livestock Management Competition, he again earned a purple ribbon and lead his team to a purple ribbon finish. Richard is an Ag Education Honor Roll Student. At the area Livestock Judging Contest hosted by the Fillmore County Extension Service in Geneva, Rogers brought home the first place trophy and purple rosette. He is currently working on the State Envirothon Contest to be held in Halsey, Nob. Rogers' supervised agricultural experience program consists of market and breeding sheep and market steers+ He also works at Sund Farms. He is currently enrolled in the Superior High School Ag Education lI Class. Richard plans to continue his education after graduation at a four year College or University and study Veterinary Science. Congratulations Richard! i! Farmers & Merchants Bank 355 N. Central NeD. 402-879-3284 FFA chapter holds degree ceremony Superior FFA President Chris Head- rick presided over the 2002 FFA chap- ter degree ceremonies last Tuesday. The chapter degree is the second de- gree of membership an agricultural education student can obtain. It is the highest degree the local chapter can bestow. The ceremony was held in the Superior High School cafeteria and parents were invited to attend. To earn the chapter degree a mem- ber must have their greenhand degree, have a supervised agricultural experi- ence program in place, have worked on the local program of activities, have record books to document financial and leadership data, submit a written application and demonstrate parlia- mentary procedure and public speak- ing skills. Earning the degree were Levi Gunn, Brittanie Utecht, Wade Schmidt, Joel Henderson, Bryce Kintigh, Gina Ed- wards, Brian Rempe, Vanessa Bouray, Alyssa Montgomery, Kassie Swanson, Will Corman, Tim Meyers, Ryan Peele, MicKayla Rhoads, Erin Eitzmann, Lauren Williams, Jess Kinyoun, Jes- sica Adams, Adam Heitman, Jed Renz, Eric Krotzinger, Landon Woemer, Cole Zoltenko, Richard Rogers, Matt Kile, The Supedor FFA Junior High Quiz Bowl team earned third place at the state competitions in Lincoln, recently. Team members are (from left) Sam Rempe, Sara'Rogers, Leslie Kile and Bryan Eggers. Jr. High students earn trophies Sixteen Junior High students from Superior competed in the State Agri- culture Education Quiz Bowl on April 5. The students competed in four 4- person teams. The competition was held at Pershing Auditorium in Lin- coln, during the Nebraska State FFA Convention. The event was hosted by former state FFA officers. Sponsors were Annie Zabokrtsky, student teacher, and Roy Montgomery. More than 150 teams were entered in two sessions. A leadership workshop was conducted for seventh and eighth grad- i ors. The team ofLes Kile, Brian Eggers, Sara Rogers and Sam Rempe worked through elimination rounds to the tro- phy finals. The team earned fourth place in the state competition and re- ceived individual trophies. The team of Kris Bargen, Torie Robb, Amber Eiseman and Sam Myers were defeated in a tie breaker round to make it to the trophy finals. Also presenting Supe- rior were seventh graders Ross Mont- gomery, Kayla Rempe, Marci Rhoads and Bethany Renz and eighth graders Haley Shroyer; Abby Schmidt, Liz Headric k and Kayla Porter. +i+ , + , iiiii))+,iiiT+'+iiii7 ' ........... '+!+iii:,+i) ::i :i: i::i}:::, i ii::ii {)1,  J.ii ii+ :!i:E!iii!:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Starkey Hearing Aids Digital Hearing Aids $1,000 Kan-Neb Hearing Aid Consultant 1808 M. Street, Belleville, Kan. 785-527-5300 Cell: 785-527-0122 Holly Walton, Kristen Bruns, Amber Wyatt, son, Jennifer Bouray, Jason Gillilan, and Derek Shaner. The evening's to the members and Agricultural the state Junior team'. Lawren Quarter Seventh Hoelting, Amanda Karmazin Tro, Curtis Bolte, Tyler Faimon, Melinda Kathman, Jennifer Menke, Rollan Chance Svoboda. Ninth grade: Alicia Biltofl, Abby Bus Gebers, Teresa Reiman, Rebecca ShaV. VanSkiver, Amanda Tenth grade: Derrick Drohman, Janda, Stephanie Laughlin, Jennifer Schroer. Sarah grade: Renee Tracy Hofstetter, Jill Jensen, Kelli Luben, Lisa Pohlmeier, Peter Spir Doug Wehrman, Twelfth grade: Brockman, Sel'ena Herbek, Aron Kathman, Tim Kayser, Dan Laughlin, Conm Pohlmeier, Heather Schroer, Travis Schendl Erin Utecht and Sarah Second HonOr Seventh Jensen, Virginia Lorensen, Jesse L ers, A. J. Shambaug Audra Bourg, Kelse'. 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