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8ATHE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 14, 1992 Harlan County lake below last year With the start of the irrigation season about six weeks away, Harlan County Reservoir has not yet reached the year ago levels and last year water had to be se- verely restricted. On May 1 the big lake had refilk'd from the 1991 draw- down to 1,933.17 feet above sea level. It contained 172,943 acre feet of water but only 52,153 acre feet were listed as being in the active pool. Previously an- nounced limits for the 1992 irri- gation season will keep farmers from having access to all of the water in the active pool. At tile same time one year earlier, the Harlan County lake had reached a level of 1,935.89 feet above sea level and con- tained 199,624 acre feet of water. Mean inflow for the month of April was 138 cubic feet per second. The Lovewell Reservoir had filled to 1,584.38 feet above sea level. A year earlier the lake stood at 1,584.14. Inflow into Lovewell during April was 90 cubic feet per second. Lovewell contained 47,240 acre feet of water of which 30,480 acre feet are listed as being in the active storage. :.. i I I I (Noro,ocolNews)i i i ii By Meta Stiles Alvin and Edna Epley and Mildred Oltman attended a sophmore class play at Daven- port last Monday evening in which Amber Oltmans had a party i.ater the above and Mar- win and Erna Vieselmeyer visited at the home of Lee and Judy Vieselmeyer. Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer joined others at a card party group lot a picnic supper at Lovewell Lake Monday even- ing. Friday evening the Meyers attended the Picadilly Dinner Theatre in Grand Island as an anniversary gift from their fami- ly. Ruby Keith was a Mother's Day dinner guest of Nell Cowsky and her family. Mike and Karen Thayer at- tended high school grgduation exercises for Kim Kubicek Sun- day afternoon at Davenport'and the reception in the community btiilding. She is the daughter of Gary and Jo Kubicek. Carol Wulf attended a baby shower Friday evening in Ruskin for Reed, little son of 'Prey and Kathy Hefts. Jon Wulf visited Dave and Karen Petersen and sons while his mother at- tended the shower. Mother's Day dinner guests of Irvin and Murlene Schleufer and family were Roy and Bar- bara Stutzman, Laura and The Superior Lions Club awarded $250 scholarships to Macy Cisneros and Darren Jensen during the annual scholarship banquet last Monday evening. From left: Evan Mohler, first vice president of the club, CoUin Stubbs, alternate; Cisneros; Jensen; Kerry Sullivan, alternate; and Ben Kemper, club president. ---Express Photo Vicky, Dale and Shirley Peters, Hastings, Lester and Virginia Schleufer, Superior, Joyce Pe- ters, Hastings and Ross Boggs, Bertrand. Morris and Evelyn Barry, Abilene, Kan., and Bonnie Burr, Bird City, Kan., were visitors of Christine Jones Tuesday after- noon. Bonnie Burr was also an overnight guest. Mrs. Barry and Mrs. Burr are nieces of Christine Jones. Tuesday supper guests of Alvin and Edna Epley were Morris and Evelyn Barry, Abilene, Kan., Bonnie Burr, Bird City, Kan., and Elma Ger- beling. Overnight guests were the Barrys. Wednesday Mrs. Epley attended a luncheon at the Superior Presbyterian Church, where Mrs. Barry presented her life story and testimony in rela- tion to hats. Roy and Barbara Stutzman i Jerry (left) and Bill Cool examine a Hamburg hen, one of many unusual birds and other animals kept by the Cools near their home southwest of Superior. The Cools will mate two varieties of quail, nine different kinds of pheasants, three breeds of peacocks, seven species ducks, and eleven varieties of chickens. The eggs are taken to McCool Junction to hatch and then babies are brought home to grow. When grown many of the birds will be taken to exotic animal sales and sold as pets, novelty birds, or call ducks. At certain times during the year several hundred fowl will be hand fed by the Cool family. Beautiful feathers and interesting habits grace the birds. The exotic male pheasants compete with parrots for beauty and color. However, "pheasants don't do well if they are handled much, " said Bill Cool " Feathers vary dramatically from bird to bird, for example the Reeves Pheasant, originally from in Indo China, has six -foot long tail feathers. The birds range in size from the silver button quail which is smaller than a sparrow to large varieties of geese. SHS presents awards in Wednesday service Continued from Page IA) Seniors: Becky Hansen, Sam Meyers, Kerry Sullivan, Lora geniamin, Tori Woerner. Ben- jamm and Woerner have been on the honor roll all four years. Juniors: Gena Bagley, Libby Baird, Hilarie Damon, Tami Hiner, Kent Kirchhoff, Melissa Rempe, Tiffany Robinson, Corey Scott, Sandy Smith, Anna Watbridge. Sophomores: Holly Oman, Phil S ulliv an, Angle Thompson, Tom Wilhelms, Shayna Foote. Freshmen: Cletus Corman, Erin Heels, Sara Menke, Jamie Priefert, David Riggert, Laurie Sloane, Paul Kimminau. Eighth grade: Jason Bargen, Cecilia Bouray, Joel Fritz, Cameron Grabast, Molly Hallgrimson, Danelle Jackson, Hillary Johanson, Darci Miller, Kendra Rempe, Wade VanMeter. Seventh grade: Roseann Beaty, Adrienne Cline, Lexi Ehlers, Jeff Grabast, Holly Hansen, Nic Johanson, Renae Judy, Jeff Kirchhoff, Jason Kuhlmann, Kevin Smidt, Jill Thompson, Amy Wilson. High Honor Roll (93 percent or above, no grade lower than 86 percent.) Seniors: JeffAutrey, Andrew Miller, Jay Priefert, Collin Stubbs. Miller and Stubbs have been on the high honor roll all four years. Juniors: Shelly Laluk, An- drew Mason, Kristi_n Russell Sophomores: Chris Jackson, Laura Nelson, Thad Nobles, Teresa Sullivan. Freshmen: Ben Hansen, Mandy Hobson, Steve Kirchhoff, Jason Ray, Eighth grade: Molly Boeka, Aaron Cline, Maranda Doreza, Jake Miller, Nick Tuttle, Amber White, Kelly Williams, Amanda Wright. Seventh grade: Darci Christensen, Kate Crowe, Tim Dean, Josh Heitmart, Mackenzie Hobson, Kara Hoefs, Jodi Kaldahl, Kody Kircbhoff, Alyssa Krause, PhiUip Menke, Ricci Rathbun, Justin Ray, Brooke Thomsen, Sarah Watson, Lannin Zoltenko. Kerry Sullivan is the honor thespian and best actress. Travis Henk is the best thespian, Matt Sehultz is best actor. The outstanding female vo- calist is Brenda Doering and the outstanding male vocalists are Nathan Bargen and Ben I-Iansen. Formoso PRIDE Volunteers gathered on main street last Saturday morning to begin the day's activities of a city wide cleanup. It was a full day of lifting and loading with truck drivers headed in three directions, the city dump for bumables, the land fill and all metal and iron objects taken by the Borells to be used for recy- cling. Ladies of the community gathered at the auditorium to prepare a potluck dinner. Then it was back to work to complete the activities. Taking part in the event were Jerry Massey, Vicki Stafford, John and Shirley Peters, Carl and Maxine Studer, Billy Wed- del, Jim Howell, Howard and Joyee Patrick, Gene and Elaine Clark, Clinton Reynolds, Char- ley Logan, Jaclde Anderson, Brian Gordanier, Cameron Stafford, Vera Dempsey, Rober, ta Reed, Melissa Howell, Vera Reed and Anita Switzer. County Democrats went to Milford Sunday after- noon after being guests in the Irvin Schleufer home. The rest of Mother's Day they visited Mr. Stutzman's mother, Elma Roth, in the home of Willard and Edna Roth. Kevin Wulf took Carol and Jon and his parents, Kenneth and Loretta Wulf, out for dinner for Mother's Day at a Guide Rock cafe. Earl and Pat Lanham attend- ed the wedding and reception of Rodney Benson and Lisa Thelen Saturday at Columbus. Sunday cafe dinner guests of Earl and Pat Lanham to celebrate Moth- er's Day at Fairbury were Vella Bauman and Elma Gerbeling. Steve and Diane Gebers and Jamie, Don and Helen Gebers and Adella Gebers ate dinner at an Oak cafe Mother's Day. Later they and Tom and Kim Gebers and Seth attended the graduation and reception of Marci Lane at Blue Hill. Dave and Sherry Gebers and Stacia joined the group at the recep- tion. Marci is a niece of Helen Gebers. Roger Williams took Sue Williams, Tyler, Lance and Sarah and Walt and Margaret Williams out to eat at a Nelson cafe Friday evening to honor the Mothers for Mother's Day. Sun- day the Roger Williams family went to Keamey where they met Mrs. Williams parents, Art and Pat Soundy, Lexington and her sister and family, Ann Atkins, Mr. Atkins and family, Grand Island, at a restaurant for dinner to honor Mothers on Mother's Day. In the afternoon all went to Harmon Park to visit and later for birthday cake to help Mr. and Mrs, Atkjns c#lebrate their May birthdays. Brenda Lynch accompanied Melba Lynch to Kearney Friday to attend the Nebraska State China Club convention. They had supper with Brent Lynch who is employed in Keamey. Dennis and Carla Gebers and Tyson, Superior, were Saturday afternoon visitors in the home of his parents, Clarence and Wauh- neta Gebers, to celebrate Moth- er's Day a day early, Sunday dinner guests of Edd and Ruth Epley, Ethan and Amy, to celebrate Mother's Day were Mrs. Epley's mother, Thel- ma Newton, Nelson, and Mr. Epley's parents, Alvin and Edna Epley. Those from here attending a baby shower for Reed, little son of Troy and Kathy Hefts, at Be- thany Lutheran Church, Ruskin, were Helen Gebers, Lorraine Hefts, Diane Gebers and Jamie and Sherry Hefts and Stacia. Those from here attending pre-school graduation at Nelson for Jamie Gebers and others Thursday evening were Don and Helen Gebers, Steve and Diane Gebers and Jamie, Dave and Sherry Gebers and Stacia. Later the above and Otto and Wiima Moeller, Hardy, Hattie Wulf, Rich Wulf and Rick, Jeff and Syn Dee Wulf, Dusty and Jesse, all of Guide Rock, Syn Dee Wulf's parents, from Kansas and Taylor Biltoft were lunch guests in the home of Don and Helen Gebers. Dusty Wulf, son of Jeff and Syn Dee Wulf, also gradu- ated from pre-school in this class. Several from here attended the FFA banquet Friday evening. Bill and Melba Lynch went with Jerry and Linda Lynch and Taylor to Oak for a cafe dinner to celebrate Mother's Day. Later the.y attended the graduation ex- erctses and reception for Kim- berly Kuicek at Davenport. She is a niece of Melha Lynch. Dave and Sherry Gebers and Stacia celebrated Mother's Day by eating out at a Deshler cafe. Others were Ron and Nancy- Hefts, Harold and Lorraine Hofts mad Troy and Kathy Hofts and Reed. Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer, Marlin and Lisa Meyer and Lyle Meyer attended the funeral in Hastings Monday for Mrs. Mey- er's aunt, Mary Moran, and the burial in Hardy cemetery. Tuesday evening Margaret Williams, Sue Williams and Sarah attended the mother- daughter supper at Bethany Lutheran Church, Ruskin. First Published May 14, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF MEETING EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT NO. 9 The next regular meeting of the Board of Educational Ser- vice UaitNo. 9 will be held on Monday, May 18, 1992, at 7:30 p,m., in the Main Office of Edu- cational Service Unit No. 9, lo- cated at I117 E, South Street, hstings. - 'i  An agenda containing a list- mg of subjects requiring the at- tention of the board is available for public inspection during nor- mal business hours in the ESU No, 9 main office, 1117 E. South Street, Hastings. Except for items of an emer- gency nature, the agenda will not be enlarged later than 24 hours before the scheduled com- mencement of the meeting. Donald Keller Board Secretary By Norma Scrivner Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Her- rman were in Salina last Sunday and visited with Dwayne Ball at Stz John's Hospital. Dennis Hall, Dighton, Kan., was also a visitor at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stanford, Charles and Amanda, San Anto- nio, Texas, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cheslie Boylan and left Thursday for their home. Leslie Nelson was transferred from St. John's Hospital, Salina, and is now a resident at BelleviUe Health Care. Kathy White, Salina, and Mrs. Bud White were Saturday visitors of Esther Brenner, a pa- tient at the Community Memori- al Hospital, Marysville. Donna Huffman came from Ponca City, Okla., Sunday for a visit with Edna Johnson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Loring, Marcile Currie, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cuttle, Paige and Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cuttle, Josh and Abby were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Loring, Eric and Thane. Carla Sanpaka and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Daren Johnson and Ethan hosted a Mother's Day dinner at the city park for Ethel Modlin, Mrs. Carrel Oarst, Leo Johnson, Clay Center, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Modiin, Concordia, Phyllis O'Brien, Salina, Mr. and Mrs. James Garst and Stephen Saathoff, Mankato. Afternoon visitors were Kenneth Garst, Eric, Deborah and Sierra, Web- her. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mc- Curdy and grandson, Mason McCurdy, Lawrence, were Fri- day overnight and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Scrivner, Kelsey and Kegan. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Garst and children were Mother's Day visitors of relati,es at Steele City and Diller, Neb. A celebration was held to The NuckollsCountyDemo- honor Mother's Day and the cratic convention will be held confirmation of Brenda Herrman Monday, June 1, at the court- at the Marvin Herrman home house inNelson. Sunday. Attending were the Rev. and Mrs. Allen Phillips, Jesse, Anna and Jacob, Irene Danielson, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Herrman, Leroy Herrman, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Hamil- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hamil- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Herrman, Brenda, Brandi and Levi, all of Scandia, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamilton, Rosie Hamilton-Flies, Chris and Sara, Westmoreland, Roger Hamilton, Charlie, Amber and Randy, Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Aspe- gren, Alice Greenslade and Mr. and Mrs. Harrold Roe and fami- ly, Republic, were eafe dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jen- sik, in Belleville. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robison entertained with a picnic supper as a send off for the Robison Harvest Crew who left Monday. Crew members were Mr. and Mrs. Delton Robison, Nick, Dan and Nena, Mr. and Mrs. LaVeme Rumholtz, South Dakota, Keith Crawford, Illinois, Thud Hull, Idaho, Brad Riffel, Tod Davis and Tim Isaacson. Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Sim- mons, Jeff and Adam, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lowers, Concor- dia, Florence Hammer, Grace Robison and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Robison, Kyle and Kelli. Itighland Club Highland Club was at the home of Peggy Cassell last Tuesday evening. Nine members and nine guests were present for the meeting and program. Songs were sung, along with poetry and a skit, "What's Trump." Members brought a picture of their mother for a guessing game of matching daughters with the right mother. Finger food was served at the close of the evening. Letter Editor: This week is By Highland Club Marie Troudt and Uyvonne Knehans were supper guests of I.e.ona Porter last Monday. Anna Miller, Evelyn Hone- cytt and Sandi Towne were among those attending the sup- per for Volunteers at the Nelson Good Samaritan Center Tuesday. Anna Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Underwood, Cortez, Colo., were in Lincoln this weekend to attend gradua- tion exercises at Union College. They were surprised to meet Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller, Denver, who were there also for the cele- bration of the graduated. All of the above returned to Mrs. Mill- er's home in Nelson to stay overnight before going home Monday. Mrs. Brace Wolfe and Jared, Fairfield, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz Wednesday. Mrs. Dan Jacobitz and daughters visited Ivalee Jacobitz and Gladys Webber Thursday afternoon. Nick and Josh Jacobitz were Saturday night guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz. Teresa Jacobitz, Lincoln, Rose Jacobitz, Omaha, and Rebekah Hartshorn, Seward, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz. Sunday Rose and Teresa Ja- cobitz hosted a brunch for their mother, Ivalee. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Vie Jacobitz and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dart Jacobitz and daughters, Terri Jacobitz and Gladys Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruce, Santa Monica, Calif., came Thursday for the summer in Nel- son. They called on Nina Bruce several times this week. Other visitors have been Ron Porter, Marie Trondt, Evelyn Honeycutt and Uyvonne Knehans. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wil- liams visited Mr. and Mrs. Ever- ett Meyer and Ron Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Williams attended graduation exercises for Michele Mosier at Daven- port, Sunday. They enjoyed a visit with Sue McCubben while there. She is Mosier's grand- mother DeeAnne Porter and baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rus- sell Friday. She took them to Hastings Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Porter and Sara were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Hauck and Philip Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter attended the FFA banquet at the Nelson audi- torium Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and Pam attended the pre-school program for Mark and Mike Porter Thursday in Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Por- ter entertained with a supper after the program for the follow- ing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Soto, Wood River, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wehrman, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Porter and Kayla, Mr. and Mrs. Don Cas- sell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Porter and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and Pare. Mr and Mrs. Don Cassell and family held the Mother's Day dinner at their farm for the fol- lowing guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Porter and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter and Pare, Floy Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter and family. Dina Cassell was an over- night guest of Sonja Wilson Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Honey- cutt, Mark, Royce and Joey vis- ited Evelyn Honeycutt Sunday aftemoon. Evelyn Honeycutt had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mc- Clure, James, Jeremy and Chris Mother's day. Almnni banquet at Scandia May 23 Scandia High Alumni will meet Saturday, May 23 at 6:30 p.m. for dinner at Pike Valley, Scandia. Paul Nelson, class of 1945, will emcee the dinner program. Scholarships will be awarded to several Pike Valley seniors. i First Community Church, Oak, Dale Bttssingex, interim day overnight guest of' his gr, IMmna Gillan,. Jes- pastor. Sunday worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:10 a.m. Wednesday prayer meeting and Bible study, 8 p.m. Vacation Bible school, May 25 through May 29, 9:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. After 15 days in the Omaha and Hastings hospitals, little Hannah Schmitt is home in Sut- ton with her family, Jerry and Kelly Schmitt and Jordan. Guests helping her brother, Jor- dan,. celebrate his second birth- day Thursday evening were Rick and Cheryl Schmitt, Dixie Drohman, Dustin and Derrick, Earl Schoof and Vie and Phyllis Schmitt. Mother's Day afternoon visi- tors of Vic and Phyllis Schmitt were Jerry, Kelly, Jordan and .Hannah SchmitL Rick and Cher- yl Schmitt and Junior, Dixie, Dustin and Derrick Drohman. The Rick Schmitts and Junior Drohmans remained for supper and were joined by Earl School Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Biltoft and Heather Sandqaist visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mussmann at Deshler. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maschmann and Ded- bra. Mrs. Levonn Peterson was a houseguest in the Randy Peter- son home May 1 and 2 while Randy and Ruth attended a sem- inar in Omaha. After attending their swimming practices and soccer games, they accompanied their grandmother to Oak. Sun- day they attended first commun- ion services in Nelson for Kirk Petersen. Helping Amy Voss celebrate her birthday Tuesday evening in the Ed School home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed School Alesha and Matt. grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schoof, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula, her husband, Todd, Se- ward, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis School, Kari and Kasey, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Loontjer and Audra and Tamm Hansen. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula attended a welcoming into the congretion ACT group of St. Mark's Luthe- ran Church party for Alesha Sehoof and Joshua Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Biltoft had Mother's Day dinner at an Oak cafe with Tom and Jason Biltoft and Mrs. Jeff Hoins, Brit- tany and Garrett. Mother's Day Mrs. Darrell Biltoft called on Berniece Mc- Carmey, Red Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Anderson and children, Deshler, Barbara and Gus Glaser, Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oltmam and family joined Donna Gillan and Elmer Anderson for Mother's Day lunch Sunday. Joshua Oltmam was a Satur- stca Sbelbum and Barb and Ous Glaser were also overnight guests. Lornahelle DeGarmo, Hays Center, was an overnight guest of Vernon and Verla Snyder Wednesday. Saturday overnight guests of Dorothy Hutchinson were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Chapman, Lyons, Colo. Joining them for a eafe dinner Sunday were Mrs. Patul Hutchinson, Jeffrey Hutchinson, Webber, Karl., and Meisha and Wendy Keim, Lin- coln. Mr.. and Mrs. Darrell Har- rington, Jared and Derek were Mother's Day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ver- non School Shanda and Krista to Seward Saturday for the grad- uation of their granddaughter and cousin, Amy Schoof Voss, from Concordia College. She will be teaching in Davenport St. Peters Parochial School this fall. Sunday visitors of Ben Muss- mann and Mrs. Mussmann for Mother's Day were Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Nelson and Blake, Mrs. Jeff Smith, Taylor, and Conner, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mussmann and Kim, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Biltoft and Shawn, Sharon Sundquist and Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maschmanmn and Debra, Mrs. Larry Loontjer and Audra and Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Mussmann. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lowery were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Heinrichs, Love- land, Colo. Rhodabelle, Tessa and Tara Lowery and Ruby Lonsdale were dinner guests of Mrs. Terry Meyer at Hastings Saturday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lowery. week. EMS week gency medical to explain and things they An EMS cialist who which often decisions, from take the calls to hospital and our forts q tween life and recovery and Becoming an gency medical a collrs able quire a ume of hours of training continuing keep current tificate. equipment and ceedures take a lot o hours as medical  are Being an ful and rewarding. about crisis is people. people and they ofter feel There are times in EMS and times In many cases yourself changing same person. You start out the interaction gains Some look and act be an ineffective tempting to after a fight. Other EMS tough looking. en people the'. help justby The EMT achieve a patient by friend, boss, adviser, 1or or peer. Becoming may help by body language, tone of voice sions. For may appear squatting eye-to-eye The patient an EMT standing over a Voice can strong, even voices tend to children. and speak to a times a challenge. runs public similar. Each like another, ev all are different. When the high priority and faith is must be left was treated patient is the they are left in which most They often do so their son in The cue Squad 22 members, A's and PASG. hers three are structor. The Dr. Judith prove future squad to be EMT-AD defibrillation be at least a later course  must complete. Current Capt. Betty Blevins, Pdaoads, vice Smidt; secretary Crowl. Other squad are: John Shambaugh, ria Nobles, Gary Keeling Diane Kranau, Lane Deb Mark Bonser, Gressley Thank You Carnie The owners of the Jack and Jill grocery away $3,800 thus far in the Gold Rush winner was Marian Pedersen, Hardy, who flanked by the owners Frank Sullivan, left, right.