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~THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 5. 1983 e e . ~ By Ralph Joseph real ingenuity both in the type of Teresa Chr~tesumn and the high ~ if"here are folks who think subject chosen and the meditm~ school band under the c~tion ~Ydents in smalltowne and who used to ezprses that subject. I0 of David Harrison each g6 "to small high schools are the other gymnuimn were provided good wholesome ir~apable of doing much of desplays showing the work of music as did the Entertainers anything that is important but some of the claeses such as shop and a number of soloists and apparently such detractors and agriculture, small groups who played or ~e not visited the SuperiorA mojor portion of the sang music performed recently band after they had played "Stars and Stripes Forever" and heard a clear piccolo solo part by Shelly Bothwell and the triumphant sound of the brass section in the final chorus. Then there is one other thing. Ht~ School during programs evening's program was the at the state music contest. This writer has been tomusical ~h asthe Fine Arts Program musical performances of both Twice, in a fitting tribute, the programs in other places larger ~s was put on Tuesday night, instrumental and vocal groups audience members rose to their than Superior, but this is one of April 26 .... andsololsts. Showcased for the feet to express their ap-the few places where the O~ display in one gymnasium large and appreciative preciatioo for what bad been audience is quiet during per- was the work of a number of audience were the ~ school heard. Once to applaud Kayla formances and stays for the students in the art classes, band membsrs-to-be, the sixth Dnehring following ~her sen. entire concert with very few ~bgl~Iy some were attempts grade and the Junior h/ghsRiveplayingofadetafledpiece parents leaving after their tb=opy work done by other bands. The high school chorus of classical music on th~ piano children have concluded their m~tists but a number showed under the direction of Mrs. ani then for the high school part in the program. The Superior High School Band, under the direction of David Harrison, performed three numbers at the music pro- ~am last week, including the immortal "Stars and Stripes Forever" by John Philip Sousa. The intricate Oiccoto part was ~l~yed by Shelly Bothwell with the entire brass section standing for the final stanza. The band received a standing ovation .~v|towing their performance. --Express Photo h~ ~ca,m~ y~u eVer'~hdered w~a~ th~ director looks like to;+~P~chO~r,' ~fry this~. Mrs. T~r~sa Christensen is shown directing the Superior High ~ot Chorus during their p~ft o~ tt,e music program. .... Express Photo ~; Wildcat eighth grade ~ placed first with 70 points ~,~, t~e ~eventh grade girls ~!~ w~th 53 points in the Ge .~'~va Junior-High In- v~ta~ion~ Track Meet run S~l~day. The eighth grade girlS placed sixth and the ninth boys seventh in the same me~. S ~rior athletes and their , second place and Kirk ~no third place discus with ws of :~08-0 and 106-0 ~ctively; Darrin Willett ~and Stinson sixth in shot W~ Sti~ thr ! f #: }:i 'il A medley of songs made famous by the late EIvis Presley were featured by The Entertainers at the music program held as part of the Fine Arts program .-Exoress Photo put with distances of~ and 31- 6; Joe Sullivan second in the long jump at 16-6; Nate Tietjen second and Ron Eriekson sixth in the pole vault with distances of 9-0 and 7-0 respectively; Bill Doan fourth in the 1200-meter run with a time of 3:49.98 and Jason Cri~in fourth in the triple Jump with a ~-10. Jerry Hoshaw was third in the 100- meter dash at 12.82 and Sullivan was third in the 200-meter dash with a time of ~.12. The 400- meter relay time was fourth with a 51.84 and the 1650-meter relay team finished fourth at 4:16.16, n All In 307 Central--Super|or: Nebraska Superior can be proud of the musical groups that come from the high school. In this photo, the chorus, direction of Mrs, Teresa Christensen, performes with Kayla Doehring the accompanist. --Ex The mixed clarinet quintet, composed of Pat Hullett, Carlene Springer, Schlueter, Deb Purcell and Linley Conaway, performed the composition that earne a "1" rating in the state music contest. _Express An informal style was used by Brett Conaway as he per- formed the solo work that earned )~im a 'T' in the state music contest recently. Nine records fell and two New records were establlshed fifth 46.32 --Express Photo were tied at the Del Wicks In- in the 406-meter dash, the 300- Perry Freitag, vitational Track Meet in meter intermediate hurdles, 23.~,Schendt, Deshler last Wednesday in 200-meter dash, 1800-meter 23.68, Nelson travel , which seven ~ schools par. relay and the 800-meter run and Lawrence, fourth to Franklin meet c pted. the 100-meter dash record was meter run, Gene In the girls division new tied in the boys division. Lawrence The Nelson girlS scored 74 records wereestablished in the In the field events those Himmelberg, points and the boys 75 to take high jump 3200-meter and 300- placing were: pole vault, Nick 5:40.8. ll0-mcter second and third respectively in meter low hurdles. Patty Buresh, Davenport, first 10-6, Murray, Nelson the Twin-Valley Conference Ferguson, Nelson, set the Scott Schroeder, Davenport, Buresh, track meet held at Franklin record in the high Jump with a second 10-9, Jerry Hoelting, 17.53, Chris Paul, Saturday. distance of an even five feet, Lawrence, fifth 84, Mike KSh-, fifth 20.87, Stichka, Sondra Peterson cantured Kathy Oetdiek, Lawrence, set mctschor, La~, sixth &ei sixth 21.06, 100- the only first places in the girk me 3200-meter record with a triple jump,~ Ted Murray,Murray, Nelson, division for Nelmm winning tho time of 12:57.69 and Kim Nelmm, flrstM-5, TedEhlers, Schendt, shot put with a throw of 38-6 Himmelbarg, Lawrence, set the Nelson, second 3~P/4, Bryan 11.94, 800-metor and the discus with a dlstance of new record in the $00-meter low ScbardtDaveaport, third 38-1/=, Lawrence, first 108-2. Deb Mitchel placed l,Aa'dies with a time of 51.32. Schreeder, Davenport, fourth Wheeland, Ne second in the shot put with 31- Winner~andthoNwhoplacnd 37-$, Randy Kucera, 2:11.76, Hoelting, 6~ and Patty Fergumm took from area schools were: high Lawrence, fifth 38-9, Jim 2:ll.37,JagelS, D| second in high Jump with a jump, .Jacki Hild, Davenport, Schondt, Lawrence sixth 36.6, 2:15.77. 400-meter Seventh grade girls featured the ninth grade boys, Carl distance of 5-1. Third place secona 4-10, Jaeky shot put, Lee Herz, Lawrence, third 48.54, La~ NiooleOrdichfinlshtngfourthin Johnson took a fourth in the finishes were accomplkbadby Krongh, Davenport, fourth4.~; third 40-11, Dan Svoboda,49.61,Davenport the long jump with a distance of high jump with a 5-2, Joel Ferguson in the 400-meter dash discus, ~ Sondra Peter~on, Lawrence, fifth 37-7, discus, meter relay, L 13.0, Llnda Johnson first and Wittke was second in the long in 62.4, Laurie Himmelberg in Nelson, first '108-5, Teri Brad Albrecht, Davenport,3:~8.79, Nelson Nicki Bagley second in the jump at 16-8, Johnson was sixth the 1600-meter run with a time Hcelting, Lawrence, third 95-1, fourth 122-5, Jeff Heller, Davenport sixth discus with a 72--$ and 65-9 with a 16 and sixth in triple of 5:50, the 1600-meter relay SmmnPallM, Lawrence, fourth Dav~m~, sixth 116-8, long meter relay, respectively. Johnson was jump with a distance of 33.10. team in 4:30.5 and the 3200- 87-9, Deb Mitchel, Nelmm, fifth" jump, Ehlers, Nelson, second 9:06.0, fourth in the shot put with a Willie Lovewell placed sixth in meter relay team in 11:20.7. 81-7, Jackie Drohrmm, Nelson, 17-10 Greg Stichka, Davenport, 9:56.45 and dlstanceof23-eandTracyCore the l600~m eter run with a time Fergtman took fourth in the 200- sixth 80-6; long Jump, Jill fourth 17-8%, Schardt, 10:17.94. flnishod~ecmutinthe400-meter of 5:38.42 and Wittke placed meter dash with a time of ~7.72 Hlavac, Lawrence, third 15-, Davenport, fifth 17-6 and Finalteam run and 200-meter dash with sixthinthe ll0-high hurdles in and flfth place finishes by Paula TracyLipker, Daven~mrt, sixth Mark Hurt, Nelsen, sixth 16- wea Lawrence 174, times of 69.95 and 30.61 17.79. In the 400-meter relay Schutteinthel00-meterhurdle~ 14-4~; shot put, Peterson, 11, and high jump, EdMenke Shickley62,CHB respectively. The le00-meter Superior was third with a 51.48 in 17.51, Betty Mertom in the Nelson, first 34-11, Deb Mitchel, Lawrence, first 5-6, MikeDavenport 35 m relay team won a first with a and sixth in the 1600-meter 800-mcter run in 2:39, Him- Nelson, second $1-$4, LaRae P~gm~an, Lawrence, second 5.4, On the boys side, time of 4:48.35. relay with a 4:41.30. melberg in the 3200-meter run Petermm, Davenport, fourth37. Gary Jagek, Davenport, 5-4. 140 to leaa me p Hanmm was tho only seventh Three eighth grade girls with a time of12:48 and the 400. ~/4 and Cherrte Powers, were: 400-meter dash, Bill Nelson 89, CHB grade boy to place with a sixth placed for the Lady Wildcats. meter relay team in 35.42 Davenport fifth, ~-V4. Kucera, Lawrence, first M.16, 71, Deshier 70, in the shot put at ZF0 but among Kath Schultz took first in both completed the Lady Tiger, In the 400-m eter dash, Kevin Wheeland, Nelson, Brtming 0. La the discus and shot put with scoring. , Himmelberg, Lawrence, first second 6:56.81, 3200-meter run, new combined .......... '' distances of 85-9 and 28-3 Three first places were 1:05.2, Ferguson, Nelson, Gene Hlmmelberg, Lawrence with 314 points, respectively. Brenda Fraleer registered by the Tigers with second 1:06.65, Donna Herbsk, first, 11:=9.9, Randy Him- placed secondinthediscuswith Ted Murray capturing all of Lawrence, third 1:97.35, 3200- melberg, Lawrence, third It was once b~ a distance of 80-4 and fourth in them. Murray was first in the meter run, Ostdiek, Lawrence, 12:03.61, Ralph Williams, Devil combs goats' the shot pat with a 24-9. Carla ll-meter high hurdles with a first 12:67.69, Juanita Piss, Lawrence, fifth 12:20.93, 300- them once a day. Ahrens was fifth in the 400- time of 16.16, in the 100-meter Lawrence, second 13.03, Lauri meter intermediate hurdles, meter run with a time of 72.6 dash in 11.03 and in the 300- Himmelberg, Nelson, third Murray, Nelson, first 41.30, Bill . In old Japan it and the 400-meter relay team meter intermediate hurdles 13.26.34, Lori Mazour, Kucera, Lawrence, second that eating gine~ finished fourth with a 59.58. with a time of 41.0e. Two relay Lawrence, fifth 14.38.62, 100- 41.54, Nick Buresh, Davenport, help ensure long Wildcats travel placed second, the 400- meter dash, Himmelberg, mcterteam in48.9 and the 15)0- Lawrence, first .15.97, Lipker, toHoldrege meet meter team in 3:40.2. Third Davenport, seco~l 14.97, Domm place was registered by Ted Schendt, Lawrence, fourth The Wildcat track teams Elders in the long Jump with a 14.24, t00-mcter low htwdles, participated in the Holdrege distance of 18-4 and Kevin Paul Schutto, Nelson, fourth Invitational Track Meet Friday Wheeland in the S00-meter run 18.31, Jill Schrear. Lawrence, and hrought home three first at 2:97.2. Wheeland also placed fifth 19.21, Marilyn Sannar, places for their efforts, fifth in the 400-~neter dash with Davenport, sixth 19.51, 800- In the girls competition, a time of 53.97and the 3200- meter run, Donna Herbek, Kristt Eitzmann won two of the mcterrelay team finished sixth Lawrence, first 2:35.=1, Lori first place medals finishing with a time ct 9:17.=. Kucera, Lawrence second ahead of the competition in the 2:36.6, Val Thurin, Lawrence, 100- meter low hurdles in 15.18 Bargen named to ~ 2:M.06, Ferguson, Nelmm, and in the long jump with a fourth 2.38.55, 200-mcter low distance of 15-9%. She finished 'Circle of Honor' hurdles, Himmelber'g, fifth in the 100-meter dash with Lawrence first 51.62, Schutte, a 13.25. Monies Sbambaugh Chester Bargen of Bargen Nel~m, fourth 55.58, Peggy received a third in the discus Implement, Nelson, has been Lemke, Lawrence, fifth,35.9, with a 115-10 and sixth in the named to the prestigious Allis- 900-meter dash, Thurln, shot put with a 33:8. The 400- Cludmers Corporation "Circle Lawrence, 20.0, Tins Hoelting, meter relay team finished in of Honor" for outstanding Lawrence, third 29.2, Sehan~, fourth with a time of 52.7. agricultural equipment sales Lawrence, fifth =9.83. 1600. Jim Scbaaf captured the only achievement in the Kamms City meter run, Pam Herbek, first place in boys competition region. Lawrence i~t 6:00.=, Plas, for the Wildcats with a 148-0 Bargen received his award, a Lawrence, second 6:08.6, finish in the discus. Schaaf also specially designed plaque, at an Ostdiek, Lawrence, third competed in the discus, honor and recognition banquet 6:12.75, Carla Nichols, flnish~v~ with a fifth place at 47- held at Grand Island. Davenport, sixth 7:09.61, 3200- 0. Jay Murray tied for fifth in The Allk-Chalmers awards meter relay, Lawrence, first, the pole vault with a 11-6 and banquet was held in cenJuctien 10:51.6, Nelson third 12:0~.28, Mark Stineon took sixth in the with a recently held regional 400.meter relaY, Lawrence first triple jump with a figure sales meeting. M.0~,Davanpm-t, sixth 61.31and Greg Young and Kevin Millersing theirduet slightly over 37 feet. The 400- Bargen &as been in business 1600-m.eter relay, Lawrence them a "11" rating in the state music meter relay team took sixth in in Nelson selling farm flrst4:40,0,Nelsonsecond4:48,1 Arts program held in the Superior High School 48.1, machinery for 47 years, and Davenport sixth 5:09.0..