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non -renew, from page IA) Laura Corman sixth grade clnsion of the salary negotiation she was surprised to learn of had lots of teacher, testified that while she period, he said he had thought cut. She has received many and had learned the would do her best to teach art, there would he no reduction in letters support from the elementary:many of her students had more force and that perhaps there parents and students. talent than she. would even he a faculty in- The Superior native said "the List, elementaryEverett Lerew, a first grade crease, program means a lot to me... I testifiedthe teacher testified most Speaking in her behalf,am concerned for my can elementary teachers have three Aldrup, said the art room was profession." levelto six hours college art training ' only the class in which some He as compared to the 48 or more students had success. She said At the close of the nearly 2 teachers hours of the specialist. He said the self-confidence developed in hour hearing, the board took the art class time the classroom teachers would the art class went beyond the information presented under classes. In not bring out art concepts as a school. People who succeed are odvisement. No decision was the return specialist nowdoes, those with imagination and announced but state law to the Dave Berens, sixth grade creativity, provides a decision must he respon-teacher, said he had served as a reached by May 15. The topic increase supply member of the negotiontionAn ei 'nentary art teacher in will be included on the May 9 team. During and at the con- Superior schools for six years, hoard meeting agenda. a rock Saturday morning at his ment reported a collision on a backing and failed to see any automobile residence. According to the county rond north of Hardy near vehicle. An estimated MOO incident Sheriff's report, officers were the channel four transmitter damage was sustained by reported called to the Hockman that totalled two pickups. Ac- Kister's vehicle while the enforcementresidence approximately 5 cording to the accident report, Martens car suffered $200 and NuckoLls a.m., because of a disturbance Arlen Mickelsen, Ruskin, damage. Thursday, May 5, 1983 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS $A shoulder blamed for i A soft shoulder On US 36 was passenger, do/m lain't, were blamed for a one-vehicle ac. taken to Smith County Hospital c/dent involving two Superior at Smith Center where Cock men, Sunday, five miles east of was treated for mlnor cuts and Smith Center. released. Burt was held A spokesman for the Kansas overnight for cbservatlou and State Patrol said the eastbound treatment. pickup, driven by Michael Cock, The patrolman who in- rolled four times after he lost vest/gated the accident said the control on the shoulder. He and pickup was a total loss. Renz Construction and Lumber Company to hold open house Rocky and Rojene Renz, The new owners are offering owners of the Renz Construction free coffee and doughnuts and and Lumber Company, Hardy, featuring specials in every area have announced an open house of the store. Store hours are Friday and Saturday, at their from Monday through Satur- place of business located in the day, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. See ad building homing the former elsewhere in issue for Pederson Lumber Company. details. @ m involving Hnckman and his driving a 1981 Chevrolet, was near Dr. wife, Cheryl. Mrs, Hcckman proceeding northbound and Ed In another minor accident, Mankato, was taken by" ambulance to Tietjen, Hardy, driving a 1978 Robert Dixon, Superior, driving ewell County Jewell County Hospital for Ford, was traveling east bound a 1977 Plymouth, was hit by a to report treatment of injuries sustained, at the time of the accident. 1978 Chevrolet, driven by Diana Core, a member of the Superior Karate Club. is been made to The One accident was Tietjen was taken to his own Barbara Healey, Hardy, at the holding her second place trophy awarded at the annual Associates reported in Jewel/County and physician for treatment but intersection of East ThirdCentral United States Open Taekwondo Cham'pionship-- the frontone in Nuckolis County last Mickelsen apparentlywas Street and Commerclal Avenue. the night week. The Jeweil County ac- uninjured. According to the accident 1983. The trophy at right was earned by Ken Grabast. It is was made c/dent involved a Chevorlet, report, Dixon, who was also a second place winner. --Express Photo is still underdriven by Sandra Thomas, Superior police report three traveling northbound, had Formoso, and a county main. minor accidents this week two stopped at the stop sign next to JeweIl, called the tainer operated by Walter Todd, of them last Wednesday and the the professional building and early Webber, on the road ap- other yesterday. Last Wed-ptdledthroughtheintersectiou, report aproximately five miles east of nesday a 1964 Chevrolet, failing to see the Healey car. earn The truck driver, Aaron Ben- and Brown-Mackie Business through aWebher. According to the ac- driven by Richard Kistler, Yesterday minor damage was nett, Scott City, was not injured School, Saline. Jewel/c/dent report, the eastbound Superior, was struck in the left sustained when Sharon Brown, Ken Grabast and Diana Core, yellow belts, orange belts and in the accident. The truck was Survivors include his wife, wassetat Thomas vehiclewesstruckby rear corner by a1973 Plymouth, heading east, turned from Third members of the Superior orange with a green striped Viola; three children, Douglas, under in-the grader after thegraderhad driven by Susan Mertens, also Street onto Bloom Street and Karate.Club, both bought home belts. Diana sparred white Lezlle and Darin; two step- stopped at a stop sign. Superior, as Kistier was at- collided with a vehicle, driven second place trophies from the belts, yellow belts, orange belts Army hol ors daughters; one step-son; his Howard Estimated damage-to the tempting to back from his by Helen Jensen, Nelson, who annual central United States and orangewithagreenstriped 2 students at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin with Thomas vehicle was thought to driveway on Kansas Street. was headed south and turning Open Tzekwondo Cham- belts. Ross, Webber; and two as a be in excess of $300. In Nuckolls Kister told officers he had east unto Third Street. No in- p/unship-1983, held recently in Ken is presently an orange Sandy Creek Irothers, Arnold Ross, Webher incident early County, the Sheriff's Depart- looked behind him as he started juries were reported. Lincoln. belt and Diana is presently a white belt. TwO students at Sandy Creek and Wayne Ross, Aurora, Colo. Funeral services were Grahast was presented with Other members who attended High School, Fairfield, have Wednesday at i0 a.m., at the his second place trophy for free the tournament from the been , named "Scholar. Christian, Atwood, and sparring in the orange and Superior Karate Club wereAthletes' by the U.S. Army graves/de services were at 4 yellow light weight division, and Brian Teachworth, Robert Reserve. Pauii Nejezchieb and p.m., at the Webber Cemetery. Core was awarded her trophy Turner, Mike Barnes and Gary Rob Petersen will receive An automobile struck the side owned by Miller's Grain Inc., of a semi-trailer truck early Scott City. Monday morning, killing the Ross was pronounced dead at car's driver, Her/an Ross, 47, the scene. He is an accomztant formerly of Webber, according at Colby, Ken., and was enrouta to Kansas Highway authorities, to work. The accident .occurred The Atwcod, Fan., man was about 7 a.m. southbound on K-25 when his A graduate of Superior High vehicle swerved to the north. School with the class of 1954, he bound lane, striking the cab of also graduated from Kansas the truck on the driver's side. State University, Manhattan, wins national teaching associate part time sports writer in 1967- Tempe, in 1979. "His research and scholar- for free sparring in Beginners LiUich, instructor, medallions at a ceremony at the Buffalo Trav,l,r. and 69 while attending HastingsIn recommending Anderson ship were impressive in their l/l. The next tournament will he school May 15. College. He became sportsfor the award, Dr. Dean Ben- own right, but his research Grabast sparredagainstin Des Mo/nes, Iowa, Friday. Nejezchleb ranks second in and alllilios hav@ state editor in 1970, city editor in 1972 nctt, department charlman at supported his teaching so her class, and plays volleyball has been and managing editor in 1973. Arizona State, said "in his first harmoniously the committee and basketball. Petersen ranks dinner at Mankato lOwiunersof Anderson earned his four yearswithourdepartment, tiffed towards the research eleventh, has earned honors in Onal Teaching bachelor's degree in jour- Dr. Anderson has authored or rather thantheteachingaward, golf and football, and playsThe Buffalo Travelers by the hal/am-English in 1970 atco-authored three books, hasa although his teaching is gi ig e d 160 basketball, metApril2Aforapot-luck ws] =per Hastings College, where he fourth one in the process of recognized throughout the re ster s n Army Reserve Scholar- dinner at Mankato. Nine Athlete Medallion, which is families were present. Media graduated magna cure /nude being written, has produced college of Public Programs as The Spring show of the chose the following art entries: similar in style to an Olympic Rex Freeman presided at with distinction in Journalism. numerous journal articles and being dynamic and effective." Superior Art Guild was well The Chickens, , by, PaulaMedal, is awarded to selected the business meeting. it/on at- He received his mastm,' degree is actively engaged in some Tl ewmnersoftbe (ASNE) attended Sunday with 160 Hansen, first,; Kansasstudents throughout the country Thelma Freeman was p//cants, in educational administration in research at all times." award will be attending asigning t.he registration book. Homestead" by Cynthia who have demonstrated ex-appointed historian to rep. Wilma 1972 from Kearney State Dr. Nicholas Henry, Dean of fellowship seminar, (aLl ex- Visitors from Oklahoma City, Sullivan, second; and "Winter cellence in both academic and lace Milly Sandel and beganhisCollege and his doctorate in theCollegeoi~PubllcFrograms, penses paid, including travel) Grand Island, York, Clay Snow Scene with Brown House" athletic pursuits. Eleanor Serverance to be Years ago journalism in 1977 from said whefi' Anderson was at St. JPete burg, Fla., the Center, Hebron, Bruning, by Zeida Schuster, third. Top "Becoming a great athletepolice person tqL collect .. SuperiorSouthern l/l/nots University at awarded the college's annual week ot June 5-10. mlm center, Republic, photography choices were requires an incredible amount fines for not weak'ins club ' wspaper, theCarbondale. award for exceptional research Anderson's wife, Claudia, is Court/and and Be/levi/in were "chicken" by Deb Thayer, of preparation," said Staff vests, and putting on name Anderson served as assistant in 1981 that he could very well the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. mS editor of professor of Journalism at the have received the college's Soucie of Upland. They have present in addition to areas First; "Sunset" by Rod De-uel, Sergeant Dwight Kirshner, who places on the sign. Gam nearer, second; and "Rose" by Debworks at the Hastings Army Gates reported she had 'TribuneAnder asn fromUniversitY1977-tmtll of Nebraaka.Omahahe moved to teachinga vard for distinguished Marytw daughters,4. Laura 6, and There were 86 painting en- Thayer, third, recruiting station. "Becoming a material to make club tries and 19 photography en- Mildred Greckel, an art respected scholar is Just as vests. tries, fewer than nsnal but all teacher from Smith Center, impressive. Those who achieve It was voted to have the home were well received by those in showed some of her paintings to both are special. That is why the District 3 eampout at Clay attendance, guild members. She also Army Reserve is proud to Center May 20.22. John Those wishing to participate critized paintings of several of recognize them with the Woerner was appointed Garcla, can qualify for college en- family, will also be returning takeexaminationstoq sdffyfor in the public opinion voting those exhibiting. Scholar-Athlete award, disaster chairman. ex- trance, about the same time to her e/ther the private or public , will be Rika is interested in corn- home in Bauru, San Paulo, universities. The public colleges home coun.puters and expressed a wish Brazil. She will return home by in Brazil are inexpensive, but / that maybe some day she could was of Miami, Panama, students can only major in what come hack to study in an Bolivia, and then Brazil. they are best qualified for. The to her American college like Kansas Vera wen't have much time to private colleges allow the Tec]m/cal Institute which she relax as she starts school again student to choose their own field sou tottredduringacomputerskflis enAugust2, but she will finish of study but are very expensive. Burr Oakcontest. 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