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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 16, 2002 Superior qualifies six [or state; L-N sends 12 Luke Meyers won the pole vault, Dustin Damon took first in the 110 meter hurdles and Bryce Blecha won the discus May 9 at the C-8 District Track Meet at Wilcox. Adam Heitman took second in the 1600 meter run. Erin Eitzmann took first in the pole vault and Kristen Sweet came in sec- ond. All six qualified for the state track meet to be held Friday and Saturday at Omaha Burke High School in Lincoln. Kirk Peterson picked up wins m the high jump, long jump and triple jump and will compete at the state in all three events. Austin Buresh took second in the shot put. Lawrence-Nelson&apos;s 4 x 400 relay team finished second. The L- N girls took second in the 4 x 800 meter relay. Renee Faimon took second in the long jump and first in the triple jump. Slaty Svoboda was second in the high jump and second in the 300 meter hurdles. The L-N 4 x 400 meter relay team came in second. All quali- fied for state competition. Boys" team results Franklin won the boys' division scoring 101 points. Alma came in 2nd with 94 points. Hastings St. Cecilia was 3rd with 72 points. Lawrence- Nelson came in 4th with 69.5 points and Superior was 5th with 65 points. Hildreth-Wilcox scored 53 points and came in 6th and Doniphan-Tru.mbull was 7th with 41.5 points. Sandy Creek was 8th with Z7 points and Blue Hill scored 4 points to finish 9th. Boys' individual results High jump: Kirk Peterson, Lawrence-Nelson, 1st, 6'; Jarred Wehrman, L-N, 6th, 5' 4": discus: Bryce Blecha, Superior, Ist, 133' 9"; Sam Brockman, L-N, 3rd, 120' 7"; Jared Mitchell, Superior, 4th, 114' 5"; long jump: Peterson. L-N, 1st, 20' 4"; 800 meter relay: Tim Meyers, Wade Schmidt, Darrin Bouray, Adam Heitman, Superior, 2nd, 8:50.6; Lawrence-Nelson, 6th, 10:08.2; shot put: Austin Buresh, L-N, 2nd, 44' 1"; Logan Schnitker. L-N, 5th, 40' 1.5"; triple jump: Peterson, L-N, 1st, 42' 10"; Wehrman, L-N, 6th, 39' 5.75"; pole vault: Luke Meyers, Superior, 1st, 14'; Brandan Hathaway, Superior, 5th, 10' 6"; 400 meter dash: Corbin Biltoft, L-N, 3rd, 52.7; 110 meter high hurdles: Dustin Damon, Superior, 1st, 15.2; 100 meter dash: Tyson Gebers, Supe- rior, 5th, 11.5; 800 meter run: Wade Schmidt, Superior, 3rd, 2:05.9; Tim Meyers, Superior, 6th, 2:13.8; 200 meter dash: Corbin Biltoft, L-N, 3rd, 23,8; 1600 meter run: Adam Heitman, Superior, 2nd, 4:57.2, personal best and 4 x 400 relay: L-N, 2nd, 3:35,0. Girls' team results Hastings St. Cecilia won the girls' division with 122.5 points and Alma came in 2nd with I 16 points. Lawrence- Nelson picked up 3rd with 78.5 points and Superior was 4th with 59 points, Franklin came in 5th with 43 points, Sandy Creek was 6th with 37 points and Blue Hill was 7th with 31 points. Hildreth-Wilcox picked up 8th with 25 points and Doniphan-Trumbull came in 9th with 14 points. Girls' individual results 3200 meter run: Emily Rumsey, L- N, 4th, 13:46.6;, Rebecca Hinz, L-N, 5th, 13:55.5; I'00 meter hurdles: Stacy Svoboda, L-N, 16.3; Erin Eitzmann, Superior, 4th, 16.7; 100 meter dash: Casey Baker, Superior, 5th, 13.3; 800 meter run: Jamie Gebers, L-N, 3rd, 2:29.9; 4 x 800 meter relay: L-N, 2nd, 10:40,5; long jump: Renee Faimon, L-N, 2nd, 16' 1.5"; Jenny Wameking, Superior, 3rd, 16:00.50; Brittanie Utecht, Superior, 4th, 15' 9.25", per- sonal best; 400 meter dash: Faimon, L- N, 4th, 64.1; Slaty Stemper, L-N, 5th, 67.1; pole vault: Eitzmann, Superior, 1st, 8'; Kristen Sweet, Superior, 2nd, 8'; Anne Laughlin, L-N, tie for 5th, 6' 6". shot put: Steph Freitag, Superior, 6th, 30' 7"; Amber Reaves, Superior, 5th, 30' 7"; triple jump: Faimon, L-N, 1st, 35' 3.25"; Jenny Warneking, Su- perior, 4th, 33" .25"; high jump: Svoboda, L-N, 2nd, 5': Gina Edwards, ,i 2002 Buick LeSabre Limited,4-door, silver, V-6, Automatic transmission !2001 Buick Century Custom, 4-door, while, V- 6, Automatic transmission 2001 Pontiac Sunfire SE, 2-door, white, 4-cylinder, Automatic transmission 2001 Chevrolet Prism LSI, 4-door, silver, 4-cyl;nder, Automatic transmission 2001 Chevrolet Lumina, 4-door, pewter, V-6, Automatic transmission 2000 Oodge Intrepid, 4-door, pewter, V-6, Automatic transmission 2000 Pontiac Sunfire GT, 2.door,silver, 4- cylinder,Automatic transmission 2000 OtdsmoNle Alero GL, 4-door, white, V-61 Automatic transmission 1999 Saturn SLJ sport, sunroof, 4.door, silver, 4-cylinder, Automatic transmission 1999 Pontiac Bonneville SE, 4-door, green, V- 6, Automatic transmission 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT, 4-door, white, V-6, Automatic transmission 1999 Pontiac Grand .Am SE, 2.door, blue, 4-cylinder. Automatic transmission 1999 Chevrolet Malibu, 4-door,white, 4-cylinder, Automatic transmission 1999 Oldsmobile Alero GL, sunroof, 2-door, green, V-6, Automatic transmission 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora, sunroof, leather, 4-door, beige, V-8. Automatic transmission 1998 Buick Park Avenue, 4-door, beige, V-6, Automatic transmission 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue, 4-door, blue, V-6, Automatic transmission 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier, 2-door, green, 4-cylinder, 5-speed 1997 Dodge Intrepid ES, leather, sunroof, 4-door, green, V-6,Automatic transmission i 1996 Cadillac Sedan Deville. 4-door,beige, V-8, Automatic transmission i 1996 Pontiac Grand AM SE, 4-door, red, 4-cylinder, Automatic transmission 1996 Pontiac Bonneville SE, sunroof, leather, 4- 2000 GMC Sonoma SLE, Extended cab, 3-door, black, V-6,Automatic transmission 1999 Chew S-10 LS, Extended cab, 4x2, 3-door, pewter, V-6, Automatic transmission 1998 Chew S-10 LS, regular cab, 412, white, 4- cin 2000 Chewcab, 414, 3-door, white, V-8, Automatic transmission 1999 Ford F-150,XLT, Super cab, 414, 4-door, XLT, tan, V-8, Automatic transmission 1999 Ford F.150, Extended cab, 4x4, red, V-8, Automatic transmission 1998 Chew t/2 ton LE, Extended cab, 414, maroon, V-8, Automatic transmission 1996 Chevy 1/2 ton, regular cab, 412, blue, V-8, Automatic transmission 1991 Chew 1/2 ton, regular cab, 4x2, blue- grey, V-8, Automatic transmission ;uburbans. VaBlaze 2001 Chevrolet Blazer LT, 414, 4-door, maroon, V-8, Automatic transmission 2000 Ford Windstar, LX, blue, V-8, Automatic transmission 1999 Chevrolet Blazer, 4-door, 4x4, beige, V-6, Automatic transmission 1999 Chew Venture LS, Ext., 4-donr, tan, V- 6, Automatic transmission 1999 Chew Venture LS, ext., 4-door, red V-6, Automatic transmission 1999 Olds Silhouete Premiere, leather, white, 7-passanger, V-6,Automatic transmission 1999 Pontiac Montana, ext, Montana Vision, green, V.6,Automatic transmission 1997 Chew Tahoe LT, 4x4, white, V-8, Automatic transmission 1996 Chevrolet Astro van, white, V-6,Automatic transmission 1996 Toyota 4-Runner Lmtd, sunroof, leather, green, V-6, Automatic transmission 1992 Ford Explorer XLT, 4-door, 414, white, V-6, Automatic transmission 1991 Jeep Cherokee, silver, V-6, Automatic door, green, 4-6, Automatic transmission transmission P1  OHIIWILEItl 1989 Ford Econotine club wagon, red, V-8, F']I  ............................ Ta--u-- .N ---- ............. 1 /JLEX/JNDER "O'°" I BVCo 302 N Commercial, Super!or, Neb. 402-879-3204 1-800-821-4588 / DIET DRUG SETTU-3ViENT Fon..Ptmn: The once popular diet drug combination known as Fen-Phen, Pondimin and Redux caused many to suffer heart and/or lung damage. If you have been diagnosed with serious heart or Iung damage following use of these diet drugs, we can help. Indi- viduals who used these drugs for more than 61 days may be entitled to monetan/benefits from a National Settlement. Benefils can range from $6,000 to over $1,000,000 per person. We can only evaluate claims where individuals have had an echocardiogram. Michelle Byrnes Affomey ot" Law 6F/Nodh9OIhSlreetoOrnok64 (402) 3?0-?33? or Toll Free (877) 223-0525 [ i i i i ii i i iiiii One plant wllt 1111 a 14" planter when tnansplanledt aranteed the Best Geraniums you can find I omeandSeetrhousanof MON.-SAT. 9-7 SUN. 10-5 (402) 466-3332 TOLLrREE (888)3 | O-71 87 520 i Bluff Road • Lincoln NE From 1-80 extt 405; 1 mile north to the yellow trlctshlng liOht,turn left I/4 mile on Bluff Road, Superior tracksters earning the right to compete at the state track meet Friday and Saturday at Omaha Burke High School are (back row from left) Bryce Blecha, Adam Heitman, Luke Mayors, Dustin Damon, (front row) Kristen Sweet and Erin Eitzmann. Blecha will compete in the discus, Heitman in the 16OO meter run, Mayors in the pole vault, Damon in the 1 10 high hurdles and Sweet and EiLzmann in the pole vault. Superior, 3rd, 4' 8"; Kendra Kaldahl, Superior, 4th, 4' 8"; 300 meter hurdles: Svoboda, L-N, 2nd, 48.6; Eitzmann, Superior, 5th, 51.3; 1600 meter run: Emily Rumsey, L-N, 5th, 6:15.2; Lesley Reed, L-N; 6th, 6:40.1 ; 4 x 100 meter relay: Warneking, Sweet, Utecht and Baker, Superior, 3rd, 52.6, and 4 x 400 meter relay: L-N, 2nd, 4:14.8. Meyers will compete in the pole Superior golfers attend L-N Invite The Blue Hill team shot a 370 to win the Lawrence-Nelson Golf Invita- tional May 9. Superior A came in 2nd with a 377 and Lawrence-Nelson was 3rd with a 418. Red Cloud came in 4th with a 419 vault at 3:30 p.m. and Damon will run and Superior B shot a423 to finish 5th. the preliminaries of the 110 meter high , Clay Center was 6th with a 43 I. hurdles at 4:40 p.m. Friday. Meints, Blue Hill, was the indi- Blecha will throw the discus at 8:30 a.m. Saturday and Heitman will run the 1600 meter mn at 2 p.m. Saturday. Sweet and Eitzmann will pole vault at 1 p.m. Saturday, It's best to judge your friends by what they do rather than what they say. We letter Trucks Superior Publishing Co. 402-879-3292 vidual medalist shooting an 87. Superior golfers and scores were Josh Peterson, 89; Joe Trapp, 92; Eric Krotzinger, 93; Jordan Tuma, 97; T. J. Druba, 98; Jed Renz, 103; Will Carman, 103 and Ben Bargen, 125. Chester employee dies in pickup Melvin DeMint, 66, Narka, an em- ployee of Foote Service, Chester since 1980 was found dead in his pickup about 1.5 miles east of Chester about 9:15 a.m. April 28. He apparently had become ill and pulled his truck to the edge of the road. He was found by a passing motorist. Superior golfers take home C1-4 championship After nine holes of play, Sup'riw was in tenth place with a score in the 15-field team C 1-4 District C,  Tournament at Loup City Monday. Kearney Catholic was in first place with a 166 and Ord and Fullerton were tied at 169. Then the Wildcats shot a 161 on the back nine to finish at 338, one shot ahead of Kearney Catholic and Doniphan-Trumbull to win the district championship and qualify for the state tournament at Pioneers' Golf Course in Lincoln May 21 and 22. The team scores were Superior, 338: Kearney Catholic, 339; Donipahn- Trnmbull, 339; Gibbon, 341; Ord, 342: St. Paul, 343; St. Cecilia, 344; Wood River, 345; Centura, 349; Fullerton, 351; Sutton, 359; Ravenna, 373; Lawrence-Nelson; 382 and Sandy Creek 383. Individually, Cody Kuszab, Loup City, was medalist with a 77. Peter Spirk, Lawrence-Nelson, was second with a round of 80. Superior players and scores were Joel Henderson: 44-42-86; Ryan Fuerhoff: 45-38-83; Trent Siebecker: 44-39-83; Josh Crawl: 44-42-86 and Jerred Ehlers: 44-44-88. Raelyn D. Miller, C.P.A. 213 East3rd • Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4761 = Fax 402-879-4938 e-mail: miller @ danacole.com Business Is Great ...... And We're Looking For Morel Ill I I I I I II I I IIl l I ii i i i i i The Lawrence-Nelson Post Prom Committee would like to thank the Junior class parents and the following business for their support of the 2002 Post Prom Party. Without your support this event would not have been successful. Thank You! A-1 Collision Jack & Jill Ace Hardware Jeffery Howard, Chades Bauer D.D.S. Agrex Joe Theer Welding & Repair Alexander Motors Inc. Ken & Ars Service Allen's of Hastings Inc. Klein Insurance AIItel Kohmetscher's Locker Inc. American Legion & Auxiliary Post No 187 Lawrence Chamber of Commerce Animal Hospital, Superior Lawrence Lumber & Livestock Equipment Applause Video Lebsack & Lebsack Bill's Transmission Locwood & Meeske Blackstone Aerial Spraying M & R Bookkeeping & Tax Service Bladen Sand & Gravel Inc. MA.D.D. (Adams County) Blue Hill Dental Center McBride Vision Clinic Blue Hill Medical Clinic Menke Drug Inc. Blue Hill Veterinary Menke Feeds Inc. Bob Sass Flowers Marten-Suitor Mortuary Inc. Carmen's Style Shoppe Mick's TV & Appliance Central National Bank Nelson Food Center Coca-cola, Grand Island Nelson Youth 8, Rec Committee Commercial Bank Ox Bow Motel Cornhusker Press Pepsi- Hastings Creekside Photography Physicians Building Family Practice Dave's Place Powelrs Body Shop Deweese Sand & Gravel Price Funeral Home Dick's Place Quality Red D Mix Downing & Downing R0n's Pharmacy Farm Bureau Financial Service Runza, East Hastings Farmers Cooperative Association Schott Oil Co. Inc. Foote & Beck Scott's TV & Appliance Garrison & Garrison Sidles- Mr. Automotive Co Gao t Brth South Central Gary Michael's Clothiers South Central Equipment Glass Connection State Farm Insurance Glennwood Telephone Supedor Area Retired Teachers H & H Body Shop Superior Commodities Inc. H & H Hay Superior Outdoor Power Center H N Vondrak Ophthalmology Superior Publishing Co. Hanson Trailer Sales Superior Tour & Travel Hastings Family Practice PC Superior Vision Center Hastings Orthopedic Sports Teachworth Chiropractic Clinic Hastings Tribune Tuckers Hoelting's Food Mart Valentine's Hogan's Video Kingdom Honeycuts WaI-Mart Horizon Bank Waves Husker Connection Weber Studio Huss Platte Valley Auction Inc, Wendy's J C Welch Ophthalmology Woodward's Disposal Service Inc. [I II I I I II I I iii I Supenor High School graduates wait for the processional to begin Satur- day afternoon in the junior high gymnasium. Seniors pictured above in the foreground from left are Tracy Taylor, Brian Thornton, Tucker Sibert and Kathleen Sweet. Fairbury considers Finally future of city's Health Insurance traffic lights Cost Effective Members of the Fairbury City Coun- cil are considering the possibility of Affordable removing traffic lights from the cam- For The Self-Employed munity's central business district. As part of a sidewalk replacement project, several of the community's traffic lights Steven lleadrick !-877-796-4277 Toll Free are currently out of service. With a declining population, some council representatives question if the lights are still needed. i I i Kiie Veterinary Clinic Dr. Darrell Kile East Highway 8 • Superior, Neb. 68978 • 402-879-3418 Large Animal FacilitiesNow Open ° Small and Large Animals Services ,! aA • House Calls • Country Calls • After-Hour Emergencies i iii i ii iiii I i I i I FFA Member of the Month Erin Eitzmann, a sophomore Superior FFA member has been named as the "FFA Member of the Month" for May. Erin's parents are Norris and Margene Eitzmann of Superior. She serves the chapter on the S.A.E. committee. Her supervised agricultural experience program consists of working at the Superior swimming pool. Her responsi- bilities include lifeguarding, private lessons and customer relations. She is enrolled in the Superior High School Ag Education ll class this spring. This month, Erin assisted with the chapter's health fair booth and the benefit spaghetti feed at the Eagles Club. She competed on the state level in junior parliamentary proce- dure and in junior food science. Erin was also on the state ag education 8  place ag sales team. She was installed at the Parent-Member Banquet held in April as chapter sec- retary for 2002-03. Erin received the local horticulture proficiency medal at the ba nq uet. She also served as a judge for the Rural Safety speech contest held. Erin plans to continue her education after high school by attending college and studying in the medical field. Congratulations. Erin! ,0, Farmers & Merchants Bank .... 355,,N. Central I Suerior Nob. • 402-879-3284 , Hill II II III I m m  Dewood's GoMen Opportunity • " One appt.ca.on. 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Students Adam Heitman m education and ( visual and Class C scheduled for at Class C athletes will Omaha Burke Hil Saturday. l=riday 32(10 meter relay finals, meter high hurdles. 4:25; high hurdles, 4:40; 100 4:55; 400 meter dash. 5:35 run finals. 7: 10; 300 meter 7:30 and 200 meter dash, Field events for Clas s jump: girls, 5:30 p.m. a.m. Saturday; triple pro. Friday; girls, 8:30 a. shot put: boys, 3:30 p.m. 3 p.m. Saturday; day; boys, 8:30 a.m. jump: boys, 5:30 pm. p.m. Saturday and 3:30 p.m. Friday; girls, day. Saturday's events are run, 9:31) a.m. 400 meter 100 meter high hurdles, meter high hurdles, meter dash: 12:30; 400 12:55; 1600 meter run, low hurdles, 3: I 0; diate hurdles, 3:25; 200 3:4(/and 1600 meter relay: intense heat helme escape injurY The last issue comotive contained a helmets damaged while t ing them were fighting training session At the time Lawrence and Nelson departments were lice burn of the cently owned by supervision of a the state fire let the fire flair then unexpected back draft men unexpected. The intense heat me ened their hehnets However, the men's kept them from in The newspaper fireman's protective $3.000 but is well l,it'e v/ould be simp le was sincere. See us Electronic !! STRETCH  OIR ADVIIITISIlq G l)O Advertise in over 170 Nebraska with one phone cell, for one low Confoct this newspoper for more or cl! I ? )( 2(,0 7850 *St'31ewide £o-':,((I2,,7 {<,:  : { ' ; t . , / .,, ,; Central, Northeast, 5outheost or Western Nebraska.