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4B T.HE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 23, 2015 RHHS competes at Deli Wicks meet at Superior Th Rock Hills Grizzly boys and girls track teams boarded the motor coach and headed to Superior, Thurs- day, for the Del Wicks Invitational Track and Field Meet sponsored by Deshler High School and held at SuperiOr' s Wildcat Community Track. The boys.team finished in sixth place in the oight team field with 36 points. The girls squad took home fifth place with.'60 p6i.nts. Austin Durant earned fifth place points in the discus with his throw of LI4' 10". Dylan Hill held third place in the 800 meter run with the time of2:16.5. Luke Broeckelman captured fifth place points in the 100 meter dash. Joel Broeckelman set a Rock Hills school record in the 100 meter dash with a time of 10.9 seconds, sur- passing the former record of 10.95, also held by Broeckelman. He tied the school record with his time of 23.2 seconds in the 200 meter dash, while finishing in second place. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of L. Broeckelman, Hill. Wyatt Duskie and J. Broeckelman finished in second place. Emilee Whelchel had a successful outing in both the track and field events. She took top honors, setting a school record for the event, in the 200 meter dash with her time of 27.1 seconds. She completed the 100 meter dash in 12.8 seconds, good for second place and took second place in the long jump with her leap of 15'5". Caitlyn May took third place in the 1600 meter run and second in the 3200 meter run. Sarena Meier earned fourth place points inthe 1600 meter and third place in the 3200 meter run. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Terri Slick, Whelchei, May and Lainee Eakin s earned a first place finish for the third consecutive meet. The team travels to Osborne, Friday. The junior varsity squad com- petes at Tescott, Tuesday. Mankato • By Elaine Thomas Mark and Rose (Broyles) Williams, Casper, Wyo., were in Mankato for a few days to visit friends and family. They had been wintering in Texas and were en route home. They were Tues- day moming guests of Jeanie Blair and she gave them a scenic tour of Mankato before they joined Alethia Loomis at the Senior Center for lunch. Rose, the daughter of the late Lester and Elsie Broyles, had grown up here and gradu- ated from Mankato. Nicci and Travis Zeigler, Byron and Jackson, Wamego; Ashley and Derek Clark, Dayne and Levi, Supe- rior; Rick and Shelia Diamond and Audrey Diamond moved Richard Dia- mond into his new home east of the Hospital last weekend. His auction will be Saturday so check out the sale bill in this newspaper. Jeanie Blair, Verla Roe, Jean Michael and Karen Ross attended the farewell tea for Donna Silsby at the Methodist church basement where members of the Garden Club and the local exercise group were guests. Sunday guests of James and Letha Garst were Elizabeth Saathoff, Cadence and Caleb; Miles Bauer, Christopher Saathoff, Noah and Tanner Shipman, and Seth Saathoff. Frank and Nadine Railsback were in Hoxie to visit JoLinn, Marvin and Tyler Kaus. The Railsbacks had an awesome surprise when they saw JoLinn walking down the hall with assistance, the first they had seen her walk in over a year. Marvin and JoLinn were celebrating their wedding anni- versary. Linda Beckwith, Manhattan, was a weekend guest of her aunt and uncle, Virginia and Dave Pettit. Jo McCammon met her sister, June Callaway, Lamed, in Salina last week- end and they went on to Manhattan for some shopping and sister time. Mon- • day night they attended the Million Dollar Quartette concert at McCain Auditorium where the guys imperson- ated Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins. They came home Tuesday. Jo had left her car parked at the Flying J in Salina so she was glad she'd picked it up Tues- day as they had the bad fire Wednes- day. Shelia Diamond and Audrey Dia- mond were in Superior Friday to go to school with Dayne Clark for Grand- parents Day activities. Brenda Enyeart and Jeanie Blair attended the volunteer tea at Long Term Care. Carl and Sharon Oliver, Wamego, were Saturday overnight guests of Alice Kinsey. They went to Hardy Saturday where they joined Spider, Loretta, Roy and Joyce Fullerton for dinner. In the afternoon they visited Spider, Sharon and Alice's brother, Valdean Hiatt, who is a patient at Brodstone Memo- rial Hospital. Penny Surmeier joined her family in Ellis this weekend at the home of Brandi and Chris Becker, Tayler, Lauryn and Kamryn. She attended the first communion of her granddaugh- ter, Kamryn. Jean Michael, Eileen Wilson and Thursday, Apr, Z;, zu] Audrey Diamond met Phyllis Purcell, Wally and Onalea Brachvogel at the Lovewell Marina Saturday so the gals could wish the Brachvogels good luck and farewell as they are moving to Lincoln, Neb. Sylvia Drews, Gove, Okla., arrived for a weekend visit with her parents Marjorie and Jerry Murray. She took them to Wichita Monday where Marjorie had a doctor's appointment. Wilbur Becker was moved to the hospital in Lincoln, Neb., Monday where he was undergoing tests. Eileen Wilson and Jean Ann Whi- taker were in Hastings Monday to cel- ebrate Jean Ann's birthday. "What is truth? What does it mean to tell the truth?" These questions were asked by Pastor Gerry Sharp during the children's message at Harmony United Methodist Church Sunday. In his sermon, titled "Whichl Story Is Harder To Believe?" Pastor Gerry spoke of the stories told about Jesus after the resurrection. It was hard .for Jesus' followers to believe the stories they heard were true: It was (and is) easier for some to believe in seeing ghosts than in the risen Christ who is alive forever. Jesus offered physical evidence of His wounded body to help His followers accept the reality of His living presence. We don't always be- lieve that God is in control. We want to "see it on paper." It's difficult to be- lieve God is strong enough, and knows enough to take care of us. God wants us to have faith that we can depend on Him. The morning announcements, pre- sented by Nikki Ost, included infor- mation about the Red Cross blood drive (Continued to Page 5) • . C'ai,tly o May (rtght.),a Rock ll&frshma, stayed with Saer4a Mei, a - senior:mentor, in the 3200 meter race at the Del'Wicks Invitational track met in Supedorqast Thursday. During the final lap, May passed Meier to finish in " second place with a time of 12:54.3. Meier finished in third place with a time ." of :13:b0.1. Lawrence-Nelson runner place on either side. Molly McCartney - placed f h'st at 12:41.2 and Morgan Menke placed fourth at 14:51.2. &00Sentricon" Colony Elimination System Pest Control SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! " Bed bugs, termites and other insects, rodent control, bare ground weed control Monthly- Bi-Monthly & Seasonal Services Available 109 West 5th, Concerdia, Kan. 785-243-2554 • 1-800-748-8184 ANDERSON BROTHERS ' This week's report from Mankato Livestock, Inc. 1.7 BIk Heifers 12 BIk Heifers i4 BIk Heifers 24 BIk Heifers 34 BIk Heifers 60 Mix Heifers 29 Mix Heifers 72 BIk Heifers 18 Mix Heifers 36 Mix I-L-leifers 22 BIk Heifers 22 BIk-Heifers 13 BIk Steers 21 BIk Steers 12 Mix Steers 25 BIk:Steers ,18 BI. Steers Friday, April 17 466 262.00 76 Mix Steers 587 472 256.00 23 BIk Steers 596 465 255.00 17 BIk Steers 675 548 238.00 41 Mix Steers 782 577 237.00 18 Mix Steers 795 707 203.50 16 Mix Steers 801 760 191.00 46 Mix Steers 887 846 184.00 14 Mix Steers 887 . 873 180.00 23 Mix Steers 948 897 178.00 33 Mix Steers 949 902 174.00 35 Mix Steers 961 1,017 170.00 56 Mix Steers 954 471 281.00 33 BIk Steers 1,122 547, 273.00 15 Cow 1,354 5, 273.00 12 Red Cows 1,306 567 267.00 14 Cow Calf Pairs 1,330 551 264.00 253.00 250.00 235.25 217.00 197.00 196.00 191.85 191.85 186.75 186.75 184.50 183.50 171.50 2,800.00 2,675.00 3,100.00 .:: Consigned for April 24 ;- "57.BIk Heifers, AI Bred for October calving; 48 BIk Pairs First Calf to Broken Mouth; : !2 Angus First Calf Heifer Pairs; 25 BIk Steers, 500-600; 200 Mix Steers and Heifers, 600-900; _, .. _ . 25 Red Angus Heifers, OCV pelvic measured, 800; ': , . . Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 • . ::: Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 Luke Broeckelman edges out an opponent during the Del Wicks Invitational sponsored by Deshler High School and took place at Superior's Wildcat Community Track. Broeckelman captured fifth place in the 100 meter dash. He also was part of the 4x100 meter relay team that finished in second place. 0000cFRARMWAY DIT UNIO N Mankato Sports Preview Saturday, April 25- Thursday, April 30 April 25 1st and 2nd Grade Soc- cer plays at 9 a.m. and 5th and 6th Grade Soc- cer plays at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. in Beloit April 27 High School Junior Var- sity Track at Tescott April 28 High School Golf Rock Hills Invitational. Junior High Track Southern Cloud Invite at Beloit April 30 Junior High Track at Lincoln Money Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life In- surance, Credit Disability Insurance, Photo- copies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 2 FCUATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night De- pository, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Pay- roll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Response Unit, Internet, Member Access, ATM and Debit Card Available• YOur savlngs ledera insold to al least '-aO.(JO0 NCUA Joel Broeckelman, Rock Hills High School, set a new schooi record in the 1 O0 meter dash with a time of 10.9 seconds at the Del Wicks Invitational held last Thursday. In the 200 meter dash, Broeckelman tied a school record with his time of 23.2 seconds• The Grizzly boys finished in sixth place with a score of 36 points. OPEN TO ALL AREA YOUTH 22 nd Annual SYAA Track & Field Meet Friday, May 1 Start time 4:30 p.m. • Field events with running events to follow Superior High School Track and Field Complex, Superior, Neb. ATHLETE NAME Boy/Girl PHONE NUMBER (on May 1,2015) Cost of entry is $10 per athlete. Entry forms must be postmarked by Monday, April 27. CIRCLE EVENTS - FOUR EVENTS MAXIMUM Bantam (Ages 9 & 10) 100m 200m 400m 800m Long Jump Turbo Javelin Shot Put (61b) 4xlOOm Relay Relay Team Members: AGE 1 2 Super Bantam (Ages 8 & under) 100m 200m 400m Long Jump Softball Throw 4xlOOm Relay Midget (Ages 11 & 12) 100m 200m 400m 800m 80m Hurdles Discus Long Jump High Jump Shot Put (61b) 4xlOOm Relay CONTACT ANDREW MILLER VIA EMAIL andrew.miller@email.com NaL, onal Credit Union Adnlintrabon, a U.S. GovemraenlAgency i 3 4 • Relay participants will compete in the division of the oldest competitor on that team 17.15 The Jewell County Hospital Introduces Shannon Hoos Thompson, M.D. Dr. Hoos-Thompson provides Non-Invasive and Invasive Cardiology services with Platte Valley Medical Group. Dr. Hoos-Thompson is Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease and Internal Medicine. She attended .Creighton University School of Medicine where she completed her Medicine-Pediatrics Residency in 2007 and her Cardiovascular Fellowship in 2011. Dr. Hoos-Thompson primarily focuses on Geriatric Cardiology, Adult Congenital Cardiology and Sports Related Cardiology. She is highly trained in the treatment and management of varicose vein disease, performs and interprets peripheral vascular studies, nuclear cardiology studies and diagnostic heart catheterization procedures. Dr. Hoos-Thompson is accepting new patients and referrals She will be in Mankato on the 3rd Tuesday of each month holding an outpatient clinic at Jewell County Hospital Please call 785-378-3511 or 785-378-3137 to schedule your appointment today. 1515 Limestone Valley Garden Center NOW OPEN Ervin and Kristin Underwood 785-647-5042 890 R Rd., Mankato, Kan. or 785-282-0145 Hours Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday - Noon - 7 p.m. Grain Bins • Eaton •GSI Buildings • Vacro-Pruden • American Commercial • Agricultural. Industrial 785-781-4383 • 800-221-4383 604 Wisconsin ° P.O. Box 17 • Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise, Richard Hahn or Doug Pruitt for estimates. Grain Equipment • Sukup • Hutchinson • Neco , DMC • York Legs • GSl Dryers • Commercial •Agricultural • Industrial • Metal Buildings • Grain Storage and Handling • Concrete Beloit Special Education CooperatiVe Jewell, Mitchell and Uncoln Counties ) •ii  PO Box 506 • Beloit, Kan. 67420 Early Childhood Screening The staff of the KIDS FIRST Program will be conducting a free screening for children birth to 5 years of age living in Jewell, Mitchell, Lincoln counties and parts of Osborne county that are in Waconda School District. The screening will be conducted in Beloit during the morning of Friday, May 8, 2015. If your child is experiencing difficulty in the developmental areas of hearing and vision, communication, gross and fine motor, self-help, social- emotional, and cognitive skills, please call to schedule an ap- pointment. Parents having any questions concerning their child ages birth through 5 may call the Beloit Special Education Coopera- tive TOLL FREE NUMBER 1-888-738-5275 before noon on Friday, May 1, 2015 to make an appointment for your child. Approximately 30 minutes will be required to complete the screening. It will be held at the Beloit Special Education Building, 1714 N. Hersey, Beloit, Kansas. 715