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Superior, Nebraska
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May 29, 2003

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Tyler served as the Superior Victorian ; is the five-year-old daughter of Michael .i Blackstone is the four-year-old son of Jamie and Superior. ; k'i U~,I , tea Saturday afternoon at the Victorian Festival's cucumber sandwiches, chicken cream puffs, ,, lemon bars, kiwi, orange spice tea and black berry spin the handle on a simple machine used e century Frank Martin (right) assisted with the ure Hall a't the Nuckolls County Museum Satur- Thursday, May 29, 2003 -[HE SUPEI~IOR E PR,,: Lars Pedersen pulled the Superior High School Ct~ss el 1953 with u jeep. Members of the class, their spouses and friends road on a trailer decorated with the state:; whc~ da.~::, mcmbers are now living. The states represented the "Many places" part of the parade theme. Angela Garver wait for the and sun glasses in place. parade to start with her paraso! Vki(n ,, ~ ' , f ? ~ ,: ; L "3 r" ~, .' A semi show and shine was a new event at the ,-003 Victonan oupc~l( r Festival. The trucks joined the parade then parked in formation between Fourth and Fifth Streets along Commercial Street near the post office. t , .... The Superior High School junior drill team marched during first place in the children's parade category. the parade and performed at the show mobile. They won The parade grand marshal, retired congresswoman, Jan Crilly Meyers, (pictured above) was the 2003 Victo- rian Festival "Gracious Lady". The Gracious Lady Award honors a con- temporary woman who has exhibited leadership and community service in this day, as Lady Evelyn Vestey did in hers. i Darrel Draper..., hk.~q~,, d actor presented GeoP~e L~ .: hunter, interpreter and .';h,: ~. Lewis and Clark at Ehu, "4~c!o~,o~ rival. The presentat~ru~ sored by the Nebrasku I-h~ Council. Dr. Donn Crilly moduL.-; a V~cM~ .~ man's hat worn at th,.e Victorian; !c,,~ hat show. Crilly accomp~wm;d hP.; ter. Jan Meyers, who wqs r~x:e. .. as the"Gracious Lady" uf the t. : Tom Allen, Omaha World-Herald Nebraska Byways columnist, was an honored guest at the 2003 Victorian Festival. Eight-year-old, Tans n 1 ~h~ ~ rvh..,; Nebraska Sweetheart. ~ r.'~,~ted ~; ~ ,.,',,,- otic reading at the shuw ;~:~,, ;,-t road in the Victorian par ~d~_L J {~. i,, ~ ,.~ the daughter of Stew; ~nd h-,~ Tietjen, Byron. 13: Several merchants dressed in Victorian costum{, for the Superior Victorian. Festival over the weekend. Above, Mary Ann Ba~: (~lenda Hiner and Carmen Bruning pose in their Victorian dress at (;~,,m,~,,~s. Bill Anderson pulls in the garden tractor division of the tractor pull in Lincoln Park, Sunday, duri~,i the Festival as Lawrence Bourey watches. Antique tractors and garden tractor pulled simultaneously at oppc: ;.: { ,4; ..ff the course. The sled pictured above was built by area enthusiast and was used for the first time in Su~,c~{', ~, !i~' i i!( }i" i!i i