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Thursday, May 15, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A JH attends Invite high tracksters at- tational May girls' division, 3rd in the 200 s ran to a 4th-place fin- 9.24 and 200 meter run in the with a 2nd- vault going 7' long jurno with ,Nick at 7' 6" to take :Vault. girls Were led by I st in the 1.49. Hershberger jump going 25' nished 5th in the inthe of 12' 10.5". 5th in the long Nielsen'finished 3ing 24' I 0". 5th in the 60' 8". boys' division, in the 400 Krajnik went 16' np and 32' 3" in the J-place finish .87. Wulf n in 5:34.14. JH attends Invite .high tracksters at- e Invitational May gMs' division, 3rd in the 200 d 2nd in the 400 up p with a ran to a 2nd- 2:53.51. in the triple ld 5lh in the pole 6'. onze division, Niki lace silver in the )6. Eggers also meter run in the vault 2nd 14' 1.5". Members of the Superior Junior High track team are (back row, from left) Courtney Giger, student manager, Brett Ross, Manuel Lucero (middle row) Amanda Thompson, Nancy Tryon, Kathy Pedersen, Houston Purcell, Merci Rhoads, Jami Mickelsen, Hannah Bums, Ashley Hayes, Tom Rogers, Bradley Cusatis, Andrew Pritchard, Nick Miller, Niki Eggers, Addana Cuss,is (front row) Jami Bouray, student manager, Ashley Moody, Sam Paddock, Missy Shanner, Sam Nielsen, Jenny Hershberger, Jesse Wulf, Mike Kinyoun, Tanner Krajnik, Even Robb and Trevor Thayer, Lawrence-Nelson High School Nelson TEEN WATCH scholarship- scholarship winners include: alternate. Andrew Pohhneier: 2003 Valedic- Jeanne Hubl: Ruby Paul Auxiliary torten; Coca-Cola Scholars program Legion scholarship; Alternate regional scholarship; ASAP/Union Glenwood Telephone Membership Bank and Trust "Money to Learn" Corporationscholarship;MamieCole- scholarship; Brodstone memorial/ man scholarship; Lawrence American Evelene Brodstone Health Care Ca- Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 45 scholar- reer grant; Harry B. Sweet scholarship grant; Nuckolls County Foundation scholarship; Diane Rose Sole memo- rial scholarship; Glenwood Telephone Membership Corporation scholarship; Wayne State College Rural Health opportunities program; Wayne State College Football scholarship; Creighton University Academic Merit scholarship; Creighton University ser- vice and Leadership Merit award; Hast- ings College Trustee's scholarship; Concordia University Regent's schol- arship; Concordia University Football :~cholarship; UNO Chancellor's schol- arship; UNL David Distinguished scholarship; Alternate Mamie Cole- man scholarship; VFW Auxiliary and Post No. 7197 Voice of Democracy Award; Central Community College Tech Prep award; Leland Thurin Me- morial scholarship; Lawrence-Nelson TEEN WATCH scholarship-alternate; President's Student service Scholar- ship. Austin Buresh: Central Commu- nity College Tech Prep award; Nelson Alumni scholarship." Bruce Duckett; Bruce has enlisted in the United States Army. Bill Grueber: Central Community College Tech Prep award. T. J. Hoelting: Central Community ship; Lawrence-Nelson TEEN College Tech Prepaward. WATCH scholarship; Central Corn- Tara Hofstetter: Gene Kucera Me- munity College Tech Prep award, mortal scholarship; University of Ne- Amber Hutchinson: Central Corn- braska-Kearney scholarship; Central munity College Tuition scholarship; Community CollegeTech Prepaward; Fairfield Community Church scholar- Nelson Alumni scholarship. ship;CentralCommunity CollegeTech Tracy Hofstetter: Hastings College Prep award. Academic scholarship; Lawrence Busi- VincentJensen:TeenTobaccoPre- ness scholarship; Central Community vention scholarship; Central Commu- College Tech Prep award; Lawrence- braska Lincoln David Distinguished nity College Tech Prep award. scholar; Nuckolls County Foundation Kelli Kohmetscher: American Le- scholarship; Hastings College gionAuxiliary Student aid grant; Col- Trustee's scholarship; Central Com- lege of Hair Design scholarships munity College Tech Prep award. Bahner College of Hairstyling schol- Renee Faimon: 2003 Salutatorian arship; Lawrence-Nelson TEEN winner; Mamie Coleman scholarship; WATCH scholarship; Ed Souchek Nuckolls County Foundation scholar- Memorial scholarship; Central Corn- ship; Glenwood Telephone Member- munity College Tech Prep award; ship Corporation scholarship; Mark Leland Thurin Memorial scholarship. Utecht Memorial scholarship; Knights Josh Kucera: Lawrence/Nelson of Columbus St. Stephen Council No. TEEN WATCH scholarship; Central 1906 scholarship; Donne College Van Community College Tech Prep award. Hoy and Women's Track scholarship Bobby Lowery: Central Commu- and Tiger Grant; Nebraska Wesleyan nity College Tech Prep award, Peter Spirk: 2003, Valedictorian University President's scholarship; Cole Malone: Donne College But- winner; The University of Nebraska Nelson P.E.O. Chapter J scholarsl~Jp; lerscholarship; Dana Athletic schohtr- Lincoln Canfield scholarship; Nelson Warren and Velda Wilson scholarship; ship. Masonic Lodge No. 77 scholarship; IBelieve In You scholarship; Hastings Dale Mertens: Sutton Grain schol- Nuckolls County Pheasants Forever College Academic Scholarship; Hast- arship; Central Communily College scholarship; Nelson American Legion rags College Athletic scholarship; Tech Prep award. College Tech Prep award. Dustin Pet,it: Central Community College Tech Prep award. Josh Scheuerman: CentralCommu- nity College Tech Prep award. Jennifer Stemper: College of Hair Design scholarship; Central Commu- nity College Tech Prep award. Leslie Stout: Central Community College Tech Prep award. Stacy Svoboda: Nebraska Softball Association scholarship; Hastings Col- lege Academic scholarship; Hastings College Athletic scholarship; Nuck- oils County Foundation scholarship;' Superior Family Medical enter Hustle award; Deweese Community Club scholarship; Lawrence-Nelson TEEN WATCH scholarship; Central Com- munity College Tech Prep award. Victoria Wehrman: Warren and Velds Wilson scholarship; Nuckolls County Foundation scholarship; American Legion Auxiliary No. 187 scholarship; Student Council scholar- ship; Nelson Community Club schol- arship; Central Community College Tech Prep award. Nelson recognizes Biltoft for tree work Roger Biltoft, Nelson, received a plaque Monday evening at the Nelson City Council to recognize his nomina- tion for the Nebraska Community For- estry Outstanding Tree Care Award. Roger Watson and Ken Crooks, mem- bers of the tree board, were present for ',hoads took 4th. Post No,. 187 scholarship; Nuckolls Community Club Most InspirationalCassandra Moore: Lawrence/Nel- sion, Even RobbCounty Foundation scholarship; AI- Athlete scholarship; Roy Dugan Me- sonMusicParent'sOrganizationschol- 00 meter dash nterns,e-Central Nebraska Senior Golf morialscholarship;LawrenccFanner s arship. in the long jump scholarship; Central Community Col- and Merchant Bank scholarship; Wil- Lisa Ostdiek: Teen Tobacco Pre- vention scholarship; 2003 Nebraska lege Tech Prep award Items Family scholarship; Lawrence- Horatio Alger scholarship; Central 'on,he long jump Doug Wehrman: 2003 Valedicto- Nelson TEEN WATCH scholarship;Community College Foundation lbr dk took 2nd in the rian winner;Nelson Eastern StarChap- and Central Community College Tech ).12. ter Nwnber 27 scholarship award; Prep award. ...... Educational Funding scholarship; Nel- the 800 meter run Nelson Comnaunity United Church of Jill Hubli" 2003 S~lutatorian win- son VFW Auxiliary No. 7197 scholar- 2nd in the 1600Christ scholarship; University ofNe- ner; Alternate"Mam,e''Coleman schol'" - ship; Lawrence/Nclso0 Music Parents arship;AltemateGlenwoodTelephone Orgamzation scholars:{[~; Student 'teammade Superior golfers MembershipCorporationscholarship; Council scholarship; Southeast Corn- and Academic Scholarship to Hastings win junior invite ltimeofl:58.19. College; Saint Mary's scholarship; TheSuperiorJuniorVarsitylnvita- Lawrence-Nelson Music Parent's or- tionalGolfTournamentwas heldTues- ganization scholarship; Nelson Good ~' ~~el'~ 1Ot~ day at the Superior Country Club. Samaritan Center Staff Council schol- (3olt" Invite Superiorwontheinvitewithateam arship; Lawrence Chamber of Corn-' score of 216. Fillmore Central was merce scholarship; Nuckolls County ~laced 10th second with a score of 238. Fairbury Foundation scholarship;Nelson VFW Central finished in third place with a 250. Auxiliary No. 7197 scholarship; Onal May 6. Thayer Central was fourth with a 298. Lawrence-Nelson TEEN WATCH '.et with 294 fol- Lawrence-Nelson was fifth with a318. scholarship; Central Community Col- Wood River In Division A, the Superior team lege Tech Prep award. ',Aurora321,Gib- composed of Matt Brazil and Eric Sam Brockman: Hoelting Food 327, Grand Krotzinger finished first will1 a 65. Mart scholarship; Nelson Education JV 334; Fillmore Central wassecond withe75. Association scholarship; Max Valdyne 8,Centura339, Fillmore Central won the Division B Peery Pearl Harbor Remembrance JV 372 and competition with a 77. The Superior award; Donne College Tiger Grant team of Blake Edwards and Jordan scholarship; CentraI Community Col- was Michael Tuma was second with a 79. In Divi- lege Tech Prep award. sion C the Superior team of Will Bryce Brown: Williams Family scores were Corman and Jed Renz was first with a scholars'hip; Nuckolls County Foun- Josh 73. Fairbury was second with 85. Su- dationRenaClingmanMemorialschol- Ehlers, 42- periorfinishedinfirstandsecondplaces arship; Little Blue Natural Resources 44-44-88 and of Division D. T.J. Drubs and Brian District scholarship; Nelson Commu- Eggers weretirst witha78.Ben Bergen nity United Church of Christ scholar- s 77 Won him the 12th. and Kyle Bouray were second with an ship;CentralCommunityCollegeTech 86. Prep award. munity College Educational Founda- tion scholarship; Central Community College Tech Prep award. 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A skid steer bid of $12,800 was accepted from South Central Bob Cat. The council agreed to purchase two trash receptacles and the beautifica- tion committee one, to be placed on main street. Council members expressed inter- est in purchasing a pumper truck in coordination with the Nelson Volun- teer Fire Department. Materials in the Nelson recycling bin continue to be sorted. The recy- cling site will only accept newspapers, magazines, office paper, fliers and com- puter paper. File folders, carbon paper and stapled items are not accepted. It is expected the sorting process will be complete later this summer and the recycling bin once again opened to the public. O Wind, a-blowing all day long O Wind, that sings so loud a song? Co. Commissioners discuss new GIS addressing system (Continued from IA) gency calls will be made from a cell phone within the next two years. The first step in becoming phase two, 91 I compliant is to readdress all rural residents according to National Emergency Number Association (NENA) standards. A computerized master street address guide.is then de- veloped matching the new addresses to a GIS map. Phone companies who route emergency information and coun- ties work together with the goal of 100 percent accuracy, so the location of all wire and wireless phone calls wi thin a county could be pinpointed on the dis- patcher map, ,which would then be used to direct emergency personnel. Tooze suggested if the counties work together, they would save dollars and simplify the process. Early esti- mates tbr the cost of developing the system for Nuckolls County were $40,000. It is expected to take at leasl one year to develop the system. In other business Monday, Nuckolls County commissioners rejected a re- quest from the Nuckolls County fair board to have a beer garden at the fair ground the first night following the official closing of the Nuckolls County fair. Fair board members req uested the night so a carnival could provide enter- tainment for children both while the beer garden was open and during the fair. No weather's ill If the wind still. II I I Markets Superior Market Wednesday, May 14, 2003 Corn .................................. '/'-~"~ " Milo ................................ 2?6 ? I~ Wheat ............................. ~.~.33.2;, Soybeans ........................ (~.225 ..?.:~; Superior Jr-Sr. High School Lunch Menu May 19 through May 22 Monday: Student choice, chicken nuggets of burrito, green beans, salad bar, macaroni and cheese, ice cream. Tuesday: Mini Corndogs or Sloppy Joe with bun, peas. salad bar. pudding. Wednesday: pizza, vegetable, salad bar. cookie. Thursday: No breakfast or ho~ hmci~ Dismissal al I 1 a.m illln $331H Give us a call at: (402)365-4369 0r (402)200-0004 ' Wayne Gumacr stared his leach- ing career approxinmtcly 40 ~c:)rs ago at Naponec in Franklin (_'(.)t|llly. Thirty-li)ur of those )'cars he c~)achcd basketball four years in Naponcc aim the resl in Nelson tstarted fall u~ 1967 L "The last year in Napt>nec thc~c were 10 boys ill high scht)ol dl/d WC made it to state." Guiilacr ~aid. -The scho(~l c(msolidalcd m)d wc ltt~\cd to Nelson. "'Those were the da~,:, WllCl) tl v~ ;l~ comlrlon for a leacher I~ Me) ,, 3 ,~r or two at a school a|Id H~(IVC (Hi." Gulnaer continue'ft. "We r~o~ }(~k- ingly say we're finishing uI,, '~ '~'~ ond year.'" At Naponcc. (iumac~ coached football, basketball, track z/l~tt r:ill'% w)lleyball. In Nelson. hc .~crvcd ,is: head basketball coach tmli119~)7 and still assists w.ith track. Highlights of his coaching career include playing in die state basketball tournament m 1975 and winning the state tournament tn 1976. "Nelson had not won a state basketball tOUl'nalltcnt Nil/co 1()2(~."' (; kHIt~3,,,, t said. Nelson again qualified for the state tournament in 1982. but we.,, beaten in the semifinals, A social studies and woods instructor. Gumacr has taught conlcnlporary American History (late 1800's to the present), directed mock Ir~als. taught geography and directed a variety on wood and construction classes. , "One of the biggest changes I've seen is technology," Gumae~ said. ' We ve moved from the 35 nun fi hn to video and now the computer. Pc,.qfl,: think students have changed, but I think lech||ology has lots ~o d() ~tl) it. Studenls still expect teachers Io provide guidelines. When school is out. Gumaer expects a major portion of his lime will bc dew)ted to caring for scow herd. fishing, maintenance proiccts and ~Ix, ling his grandchildren. Gumaer and his wile. Verona. have four children and eight grandchildren. "Our oldest son. Jo,tathan and his wife. Lori, Deshlcr. have fifth ~,.rade triplets and a six-year-old boy. Our daughter. Caroline and her l~tl:,b;t~d Darrell Mosier, Shicklcy, have three children. Rebecca, our daughter, and her husband Tim Skalka, Deweese, have a daughter. Jeremy and Carrie Gumaer are at Utica. FUNERAL HOMES 750 N Commercial, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3900_ i II IIII i i , ill i , i I ii iiiii iii i Central Community College, Hastings Campus, will offer over 180courses at the Lear)ung Center during the Summer 2003 session. Contact the Learning Center Manager in your community lot a current list of courses. Location: Lawrence/Nelson HS Library Location: Superior Public Library Day: Wednesdays, May 21 start Day: Mondays, June 2 start Time: 7:00 - 10:00 PM Time: 7:00 - 9:00 PM Manager: Verona Gumaer Manager: Cindy Thornton Phone: (402) 225-5021 Phone: (402) 879-4683 E-Mail: cpthornton@yahoo.com Programs listed below offer courses at the local Learning Centers allowing students to work independently with supervision and assistance from the Learning Center Manager. Students communicate with faculty by telephone, mail, and e-mail. Call your local Learning Center Manager for a complete course listing offered in the locations listed above. Agriculture English Office Technology Anthropology Family & Consumer Sciences Paralegal Studies Biological Sciences Geography Personal Development Business Administration Health Info Mgmt Services Philosophy Chemistry History Physical Education Commercial Horticulture Hospitality Mgmt Culinary Arts Political Science Communications Human Services Psychology Criminal Justice Information Technology Social Science Dental Assisting Mathematics Speech Education Medical Assisting Visual Arts Music COMMUNITY COLLEGE Hastings I II I III II I I I III i i,i ! ....