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who bowl Wednesday evenings are(left to right) Orrin Ehlers, Delton Ron Thayer and Ken Barry. They are a part of the Men's Superior Bowling were presented with their trophy at their banquet last Monday. lay night bowling Superior Insurance Center team (left to right) Mark Sawyer, Dan Norris Eitzmann and Jim Fenimore, won first place. At the Men's quet last Monday they were honored with other winning leagues. Thursday, May 13, 1993 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A The Superior Ace Hardware team consisting of (back row, left to right) Chuck Bridwell, Don Sloane, Larry Sibert, (front row) Jim Perrie and Bill Sioane won the Commercial League Championship. Lions Club elects 1993-94 officers er Causeway using shad pats and minnows on sodines. Most fish have been caught in shallow water near flooded weeds. Gran- Don Sloane, Bob Gray and Bill Sloane(left to right) won the first place trophy of the six Monday night ite and WaLnut creeks have also leagues which was presented at the bowling banquet last Monday. produced some nice catches. Most fLsh under six pounds. containers. The No. 2, softer and Ninemire has not been a Crappie, slow, but should begin Davenport's Lady more pliable, is like the milk stranger to the state toumam__ent, to pick up in coves and creks Tigers Crash jugs. Plastic jugs have a recycle especially in recent years He is where spawing traditionally oc- triangle symbol on the bottom two points shy of having three curs. Small minnows and jigs Davenport's regular track sea- and are marked by a number in- consecutive state championship are best baits. White Bass, fair, son ended in sharp contrast to its side the symbol, teams. His 1991 team won the few fish still left in the fiver sys- conferencemeet.Following a sea- One suggestion offeredby the C-2 rifle and his 1992 squad was tems but most white have moved son-high 43 points the week be- group is to remove the lids, be- the surprise champion In C-1. back to open water. Best success fore, the Lady Tigers ascension fore turning the containers in at Ninemire's team almost gave occuring on or near the rip rap cametoaliteralcrashintheMerid- the collection sight. Thelidsare him a third title when a furious of the Cawker Causeway. Road- | Women',~ Bowling Association Banquet was last Thursday Trophy winners are (from scratch game and series, Eileen Eickmann, singles city tournament, Diana (not pictured) and and first in all events city, Pare Nielsen, high series Yn Sander, high game handicap. Structure's Bowling team won the American Team members are (back row, left to right) Don Sloane,(front row) Chuck Bridwell and May 28, 29, 30, 31 Nebraska 402-879.3419 Capital of Nebraska Saturday, May 29, 2 p,m. Trolley Tour of Historic Sites Drama i Marching Drum Corps Entertainment Classic and Antique Car Display Croquet-, Horseshoes, Archery :~ Food Court " Children's Games ..... Battle of the Robots Saturday at Dusk r National Bank Gary Follmer is the new Superior Lions Club presidem. Assisting Follmer will be Denais Meh lhaff, first vi ce presi - dent~ Kenneth Thompson, sec- ond vice president, Dennis Hull, third vice president, Ben Kem~r, secretary, Kenneth Hurd, trea- surer, Art Taylor, chaplain, Mary Hull and Dan Scott, tail twisters, Charles Ulsh, Lion tamer, Juanita Ulsh and Kenileth Fausch, two- year directors, Mel Diehl and Scot Dewitt, one-year directors, ianMustanglnvitationheldatFair- adifferenttypeofplasticandare fourth quarter rally fell two runners working best. Walleye, andEvanMohler, pastpresident. bury Tuesday. Hurdler Amber not recyclable yet. points short against Wisner-Pilg- good, although the weather Oltmans, following a season best The group startedthecollec- er. His teams have won 67 won't cooperate, ~e walleye Win local Elks 16.66 in the 100 hurdles, took a tion on Earth Day, April 1992. It games the past three seasons. I_,-~_,_ fishing has been improving. tumble in the 300 hurdles which is, also, a money making project is coaching in this years Most walleye averaging 16-20lodgeseholarshtps resulted in a severely sprained for the group. The club now Coaches' All-Star game in Lin- inches but some sublegal fish TeresaMuhlenbruch, Deshler ankle.The defending state bronze makes about $13 a month. In coin in August. have been caught. Several limits High School, daughter of Larry medalist is listed as questionable March, theycollected 385 pounds of fish caught over the weekend Muhlenbrucb, Deshler, and An- for Wednesday's district track of glass, 40 pounds of aluminum ~ in 12-17 feet of water using drew Bargen, Nelson High meet at Henderson. and two pickup loads of plastic, nighterawlers. As weather con- School, son of Lyndall and "When asmallsquadlosesone In April, they collected 360 ~ ditions improve the fish will Bonnie Bargen, Nora, won $200 of its key performers like we did, poundsofglassand40poundsof tend to move shallow on the Superior Elks Lodge No~ 2197 everyone has to step up a notch to aluminum, flats and become more aggres- Past Exalted Ruler Scholar~hips. supplement her loss," Lady Tiger Members requested the mate- sire. Muhlenbruch and Eric Garst, coach Kevin Madsen said. The rials be rinsed before being remaining four Tigers attempted tb do just that. Maisie Bohling duplicated her confernece perfor- manceby winning the 300 hurdles in a personal best time of 50,12. Earlier the freshman had been dis- qualified for a false start in the 100 hurdle preliminaries. "Fortunately Maisie is a quick study," com- mented Madsen. "She learns from and is motivated by hermistakes." Her personal record in the 300's should give her the number one seat at districts. Bohling also re- corded a blazing 63 second split in the lead leg of the 1,600 relay. Davenport added to the hur- dlers 18 point performances by finishing fourth in three other races. Charlotte Holtzen's 6:22.6 preceded the 400 and 1,600 relay teams finishes of 57.9 and 4:40.9 respectively. Tonya Buresh and April Meers were the other two relay team members. Davenport's 30 point total left them in sixth place in the six-team meet that was won by Chester-Hubbell- Byron. brought to the collection point. Lovewell Reservoir: Water This helps keep the collection temperature 60 degrees, water Czirr leads dtsrict point clean and prevents any level three feet above conserva- Paula Czirr, Superior, the problem with flies, tion level. Will begin filling the NAIA District 11 leader In dou- McKee Recycling and Way irrigation canal this week. Wall- bles per game, recently complet- Solid Waste and Recycling Cen- eye, good. Receiving many good ed her junior season as a mem- ter, both of Superior, offered for reports of walleye t'mally feed- ber of the Peru State College sale products made from recy- ing on the flats in 6-13 feet of softball team. clable materials, including park water. Mostly sublegal (less than Czirr appeared in 17 of 22 benches and picnic tables. 18 inches) fish being caught but games as a second baseman and The Mother's Club applied many legal fish have been taken designated hitter for the Lady for and received a grant from the on jigs tipped with shiners, Bobcats. She was third on the State of Nebraska Environment crawlers or leeches. Trolling team in batting with a .370 Control Department for the shallow water is also producing average, going 17 of 46 at the amount of $958. They are using good results. White Bass, slow, plate. the money to build bins for a but may pick up near the outlet Czirr tied for team high hen- level, release rate 2,000 cfs. District 11 player of the week All-Star coaches Channel eat, fair, west of Cawk- for March 29-April 4. John Larsen from Lincoln Southeast and Russ Nincmire from Sandy Creek have been se- lected to coach a high school girls' basketball All-Star team that will travel to Mexico in July. The teams will be picked from four individual and team camps held at Doane College. Larsen has won four state champions at Southeast, includ- ing taking his sophomore domi- nated 1992 team to an undefeat- ed state rifle. His other champi- onships came in 1986, 1988 and 1990. Four other Southeast teams have played in the state tournament. Larsen has coached seven all staters. Mother's Club The Superior Mother's Club, a group of mothers who have preschool children, decided to teach their children to recycle. They ran a collection point Sat- urday between 10 a.m. and 2 pm, at Fifth and National. Mem- bers accepted tin aluminum cans, glass and No. 1 and 2 plastic. No. 1 plastic is like soft drink, dish soap and laundry detergent L We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the follox~g described property located o~te mile south and 3/4 miles east of Wcbber,/ or six miles south mad 3/4 miles east of Superior. Neb.. beginning Lunch at 18, 4 p.m. salestte Tractor and Farm Equipment 1968 John Deere 4020 diesel tractor, single hydraulic, power shift, good condition Duall 3000 qulck taeh loader with seven-foot bucket Duall push-off hay basket Duall bale fork for loader 3 pt. 6-foot blade Pony harrow atshland 4 1/2 yard soft mover with front dollies John Deere 2-row front mount cultivator John Deere No. 5 sickle mower John Deere portable grain dryer 3 pt. post driver ~lis Chalmers small round baler ?,addle tank and frames 3Pt. platform 3 pt. back hoe pt. I-mw planter special package, 62,000 actual miles 1986 Yamaha Moto 4 shaft drive and reverse, 829 actual miles with Broyhill sprayer Tools and Miscellaneous Roto tiller Well pump 20 telephone poles Old upright commercial cooler SpHnkler risers Iron pile Misc. old machinery for iron 20th century electric welder Hi lift jack New John Deere parts Many other miscellaneous parts Good hand tools Steel post puller Perforated 4-1nch sewer pipe 2-1nch plastic plpe Bull dozer for John Deere lawn tractor Squirrel cage fan Oil pump I00 pound propane bottle Omaha standard wood grain and stock rack Platform scales Lots of good gLxien hose Sump pump with gas motor Transit, complete and good Kinco 50'x8" grain auger, PTO 20'x6" loading auger with gas motor John Deere 10-foot pull type Wooden cattle self feeder, 400- bushel Antiques and CoUectlbles Horse weather vane McCormick Deering steel hand corn sheller with book Old baby carriage Fancy old rocker Flat top trunk Kerosene lamps Picture frames Miscellaneous primitives Post drill Maytag gas engine Household Goods and MIscellaneous Kitchen cupboard unit with slide out shelves, gas burner top, and built-in gas oven, on propane Whirlpool dishwasher, butt-in style, good Wards chest type deepfreeze Couch i2 matching Ioveseats and Lamp tables and lamps Slide projector and screen Sewing accessories Hassock fan Tappan 36-inch gas range Pictures, mirror and wail decor Manual typewriter Other miscellaneous items too numerous to mention Auctioneer's Note: Older couple retiring. All items nice and clean. chisel plow John Deere 3 pt. field Sprayer John Deere model T small baler 2 wheel implement trailer 4,row, 3 pt hill with gauge wheels Veh~les and 4-Wheeler I0 Becker farrowing crates with !979 Ford LTD, 4-door, V-8,steel feeders ~ automaUe, air, 54,300 actual 4 steel farrowing crates I miles, kept shedded 2-300 gallon gas barrels on stand 1982 Ford F-150 pickup, V-8, Chain saw, llke new " r Bushwacker, "~s like new Plan to attend this auction. automauc, mr, campe ~ ~ , ......... "I'ERMSI C-sah or good check, I.D. required for bidder's'nber. All property at bidder's risk when bid off. ~rty ~moved until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. All announcements day of sale take precedence over printed advertlslng. Clarence and Florence Jensby Sale Conducted By Gale Mikkeisen, Complete Auction, Real Estate and Appraisal Service PO Box 184, Superior, Neb. * Phone 402-879-4464 Auctioneers: Gale and Mikkelsen Mankato High School, son of Ket~ and Chris Garst, Wcbber, won $250 Superior Elks Lodge Most Valuable Student Scholarships. The awards were presented at the Annual Youth Week Ban- quet Wednesday. i li To the riders and volunteers who helped make the St. Jude's Bike-A-Thon a suc- cess, and to the following businesses for their contribu- tions towards refreshments: Ideal Market, Jack & Jill, Ace Hardware and Menke Drug. r The juniors and seniors of Superior High School would like to thank all the businesses and individuals listed below. Through your gener- osity, you help provide a fun, finishing touch to prom events. We would also like to thank the junior and senior parents for their cash donations, hard work and time. We appreciate all you did to make our prom and post prom a big success. A big thank you to Jamie Schriever. He has helped every year with post prom card games. His time and efforts are very much appreciated. Fullerton Repair Superior Country Store Supedor Retired Teachers M&R Bookkeeping Superior Family Medical Center Kiwanis Club and Tax Service l},'odstone Memorial Superior American Legion Auxiliary Pinnacle Music Nockolls County HospitalSuperior American Legion Ray's Auto Sales Butler Air Service Pastime Miniature Golf and Tire Service Roy's Aerial Spraying Dick and Frank's Jack and Jill Howard Mills Megrue-Price Funeral Home Mid-American Dairymen, Inc. The Center of Mind Whitney-ThompsonlnsuranceAgency Andy & Hardy Construction and Body Relaxation Hereford Inn Guys and Gale Hairstyiing John Long Superior Lottery, Inc. Williams Funeral Home Doll Fashions by Addle Superior Bowl Trilby's Treasures Sidles Mr. Automotive Petro Plus Manke Dn~j Superior Motor Parts Tri-Slate Exterminating Ben Franklin Tim Schmidt, Attorney A-'I Collision and Repair Superior VMon Center Kurly Kone Superior Publishing Company Superior Floral Co. Hiner Insurance H&H Body Shop Edward D. Jones & CO. 14 Detail G B Construdion Sea,s R.D. Thompson, DDS Ron and LeAnn's JC Penney Catalog Metropolitan Federal Kirchhoff Photography Joyce's Fabrics DO Drop Inn MGM Construction The Looking Glass Salon Delka's Garage Plains Motel Bedder's Clothing Pioneer Seed Twin Valley Impleme% Inc. Carmen's Valley Construction Sullivan Dairy Superior Tour & Travel Reiman Tree Service Abstracts, Inc. Mikkelsen Realty Little T Car Wash State Farm Insurance Karstings Superior Lawn Care Harold's Conoco Madan Watson Supreme Products Jugheed's Home Federal Saving of Nebraska Ben Kemper Fertilizer Valley Lumber Farmer State Bank Eggers Motor Service Cooperative Business Superior and Hardy Animal Hospital Association Renz Construction and Lumber Agrex, Inc. Superior Electric Jensby Trucking Mid-States Well Work Country Still FoUmer Construction Superior Livestock Market Superior Ace Hardware John Druba Trash HaulingHardy American Legion Auxiliary Heine Insurance Flatland Transportation Git-A-Bite Cale D.C.'s Noah Forty Ways Solid Waste and Recyding Waits Furniture Dr. James Teachworth Ahrens Upholstery Scott TV & Appliance Carols Studio Superior Transfer Superior Outdoor Power Center BJ's Sporting Goods Superior Deshler, Inc. Superior Cleaners Dairy Queen Woemer Ford Tractor Superior Insurance Agency CableVision Superior Implement Seams To A T Troy's Automotive Smith Construction Eagles No. 3101 Gas 'N Shop Merle and Ema Hayes Total Elegance Baker and Sons Disposal Superior VFW Howard Miller, DDS Ye Ole Shoe Market Red Caps Booster Club Downing and Alexander Jackson Enterprises Eagles Auxiliary No. 3101 McKee Recycling Deuel Pharmacy Superior VFW Auxiliary Alexander Motors, Inc. Security National Bank Masonic Lodge No. 121 Lorna's Bookkeeping Sullivan Feed and SupplyHogan's and Tax Sentice Farmers State Insurance Hardy Feed, Inc. LT&T Telephone Company Air-A-Fair Ideal Market M.D. Hoefs, DDS Czirr Construction Pepsi-r~la Bottling Co. B&S Tire CO. Superior Lions Club Lawson Products, Ed Wharton Kirchhoff Farms Valley Lodge Number 87 Pizza Hurt Thank You. The Superior Junior and Senior Class