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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRF.J Thursday, June 9. 1983 e Six from the bantam and midget division and three from Gena Bagley, Lisa Beavers, the youth and intermediate Tiffany Duncan, Julia Uhr- division from the Superior reacher, 1st. Kiwanis Track Club qualified Bantam Boys 400 Relay: Jon last Friday and Saturday in Thomson, Jeff Uhrmacher, Tim Hastings to advance to the Sullivan. Andrew Miller, 2nd; regional TAC junior olympic Todd Smidt, John Thompaon, qualifying meet in Columbus Kent Hamel, Andrew Menke, June 18 and 19. Those finishing 3rd. either first or second advance. Midget Boys 400 Relay: Brett Jk j The Superior Junior American Legion team captured the championship in the Mankato tournament held last week~ Squad members and coaches are (back row, from left): Ken Greenstreet, coach; Kevin Miller; Tom Sorensen;Jay Peterson; David Corman; Bud Waddle and Eldon Ettzmann, coach. (Front row): Ryan Johnson, bat-boy: Wee Johnson; Kris Bruning; Robert Brown; Ron Thayer and Bruce Mueller. Not present for this picture was Jim Bates. --Photo by Jim Miller Forty-seven members of the club participated in the bantam and midget boys and girls competition Friday with 28 indivichal winners in addition to the qualifiers. Those placing in this division were: Bantam boys 100: Kent Hamel, 5th; Andrew Miller, 6th. Bantam girls 100: Julie Uhrmacher, 6th. Midget Boys 100: Mike Kistler, 4th. By Shareth Brunlng The Superior Junior Legion the outcome. The Superior Mneller's single added another Robert Brown came in for baseball team traveled to Juniors proved to be the team RBI,. Bruning was forced out at David Corman at left field in the Mankato three nights last week that could not be defeated, third; and with two runners on bottom of the third. and had no trouble at all in In game one againat Red Sorensen's home, run added winning the first place trophy at Cloud, Tom Soremmn, pitcher, three more RBI s. Peterson the Mankato Junior Legion got the win having 11 strike drewa walk, and BudWaddle's Midget Girls 400: Tina Smidt, 4th; Robin Mills, 6th, Midget Boys 100: Bobby Core, 2nd. Bantam Girls 200: Stephanie Williams, 6th. Bantam Boys 200: Shane Van Meter, 6th. Bantam Girls Long Jump: Scandia; but that did not affect bases loaded when Bruce brought Bates across the plate. Tanya Dunn, 5th; Tricia Tournament. The first two games agaimt Red Cloud and Concordia were c~il~ at the bottom of the fifth inning by the 10-run rule. rule was not in effect, however, in the final game against Second inning action had the ! our's with relief help coming RBI single left the score 6-0 at from Jay Peterson in the 10or. the end of the top half. Red tom of the fifth. In the top of the Cloud managed to score one run first inning, Sorensen's single in the bottom half of the inning. brought ~ Bruntng acrmm the In the third inning, Jim Bates plate for the first run J~ored. hit a line drive to right field for a single. Wee Joh4mon's single Kr~s Bruning bats against Concordia during the second game of the Mankato Junior Leg=on tournament last week, In the final contest. Bruning led off with a home run Super=or swept all three of their games to win the championship --Photo by Jim Miller Season Tickets: Family Tickets, $36 - Single Tickets, $20 Weekly Passes Available Dally Admission: Adults, $1.25 - Children 11 and younger, 75 June 20--July 1 and July I I--July 22 Lap Swim: 12 noon to I :00 p.m. and 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. $26,00 plus lifo guard fees REGISTERED LIFEGUARDS In the fourth inning, Kevin Miller bounced the ball off the wall behind center field for an RBI stand-up double. Brown drew a free walk to bring in Waddle for another score. With bases loaded, Bruning hit a line drive to center field for a two RBI single. Red Cloud scored another run in the bottom of the fourth which proved to be their last. In the fifth inning, Superior added six more runs on seven hits despite the cold tem- perature leaving the score 17-2. In semi-final action against Concordia, Jay Peters(m, on the mound for Superior, proved to be the most valuable player with seven RBrs, on four hits. He allowed Concordia two runs on three hits with 10 strike outs. Along with Peterson, leading the Juniors offensively, were Surensen and Waddle with one hit and one RBI, Mueller with one hit and two RBrs, Johnson with two hits and Miller with one RBI. The final score at the end of the fifth inning was 12-2. In the final game of the tournament, great pitching efforts came from Tom Sorel~en with 14 strike outs against Scandia allowing two rtUlS. Kris Bruning led off the top of the first inning with a home run. In the third inning, Sorensen's single brought in David Corman who hit a line drive to center field for a single. Scandia came back with a home run to make the score 2-I in the bottom of the I third. In the fourth inning, Waddle and Brown hit singles, Corman drew a walk, and Bruning hit a single to eenterfield for two RBrs. Johnson made an infield hit to the pitcher for a single. The bases loaded Mueller hit a line drive to centerfield for a two RBI single. Scandia was allowed another run in the bottom of the fourth to make the score 9-2. Rain dampened the Superior Juniors, but not their desire to win the tournament. In the seventh inning, Sorensen and Waddle drew walks and added Bruning, 6th. Bantam Boys Long Jump: Shave Van Meter, 3rd; Andrew Menke, 4th; Andrew Miller, 5th. Midget boys 200: Bobby Core, 4th; Phil Mason, 6th. Midget Boys Long Jump: Brett Weis, 3rd; Mike Kistler, 4th. Midget Girls Long Jump: Lisa Karmazin, 5th; Jill Miller, 6th. Midget Boys High Jump: Marcus Gonzales, 4th. Midget Girls High Jump: Lisa Karmazin, let. Bantam Girls 400 Relay: Weis, Mike Klstler, Phil Mason, Bobby Core, 2nd. Midget Girls 400 Relay: Tina Smidt, Stephanie Ohirich, Holly Bagley, Jill Miller, 2nd; Sharon Pelzer, Robin Mills, Shelly Mellott, Lisa Karmazin, 6th. In the youth and intermediate division, seven track club members participated with six placings. Those placing in this division were: Youth Boys Shot Put: Andy Meyer, 6th. Intermediate Boys ll0m. High Hurdles: Carl Johnson, 2nd. Intermediate Boys Triple Jump: Carl Johnson, 4th. Intermediate Boys Long Jump: Carl Johnson, 5th. Intermediate Boys High Jump: Carl Johnson, tied for 3rd. Intemediate Girls I00: Tracey Core, 3rd; Stacey Core, 4th. Intermediate Girls 800 Meter Run: Tracey Core, 2nd; Stacey Core, 3rd. Intermediate Girls 400: Stacey Core, let; Tracey Core, 2rid. Intermediate Girls 200: Tracey Core, 3rd; Stacey Core, 4th. Youth Girls Shot Put: Brenda Kottmeyer, 4th. Intermediate Girls Shot Put: Kathy Schultz, 3rd. The Rev~ and Mrs. Richard Atherton arrived in Superior this week where he will begin his duties Sunday as the new pastor of the United Methodist congregation. new degree from Garrett in 1982. The ReD. and Mrs. Atherton served as missionaries at Red Bird in Appalachia for a time in 1978 and in 1979 took part in a pulpit exchange program that allowed them to serve a charge on the North Sea of England. Mrs. Atherton is a worker in pottery and stained glass. Last year she won first prize in the pottery division of the Nebraska State Fair. In addition she is a state officer in the United After having{ bid farewell last week to the ReD. and Mrs. Marion Knnell, the Superior United Methodist congregation will welcome the ReD. and Mrs. Richard Atherton this week as their new pastor and wife. Atherton comes to Superior after a seven-year pastorate in the Culhertson-Trenten parish. Prior to this, he served congregations at Havelock Lincoln, Blair, Ord, Crete and Pawnee City. The Jewell County road department started last fall to grade and generally improve the mai~ road leading to the Lovewell State Park spring the construction equipment has been road shoulder, but work has not resumed. Apparently, someone traveling the access grown impatient with the progress and affixed two the machines. One sign read "Caution! End of tenance." The other sign said "Help Wanted, Please." -- Ex iil Mona Schaaf eMonica Shambaugh e Jay Murray Mary Pat Mallam eJim Schaaf eBeth Woerner e Julia Hutchinson Manager: Julia Alexander Davenport class has reunion here The Davenport High School class of 1973 held its 10-year reunion at the Elks Club in Superior Saturday evening, May 28. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Miller, Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Skinner Graham, Aurora, Mrs. Bill Keniey, and Mrs. Orville Clements), Mrs. Gordon Giger Holtzen), Kearney; Mrs. Keith Frye Johnson), Chester; Mrs. Oscar Mueller), Guide Mrs. LaVerne Reyer), Hastings; (Bobbi Samsula), Edgar; Mr. Mrs. Bob Sanner and Mrs. Murray Johnson, Grone), Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Unable to Ficken, Joes, Colo.; Mr. and Holtzen, Monterey, SUPERIOR VISI( {:E~i 314 Central Supe Phone: 40 In the interest from two more rum on Scandla errors. Miller hit a double to Methodist Women's right field and Ron Thayer: who The new pastor is a graduate organization. Both the Ather- Davenport 1943 came in for Brown, brought of Northwestern University, tons enjoy growing waterlilies. Miller across the plate with Evanston, I11., where he Pastor and Mrs. Atherto~ere cl&ss reunion a stand up double for the last majored in education. His~e parents of three children, score of the ballgame. Final theological training was taken Lynn Lux, Mullen, RichardThe Davenport High School score was 9-2. The Superior at Garrett Evangelical Leighton. Tulsa. Okla., and class of 1943 held their reunion team was awarded the Seminary, Chicago, where he Paul John, Florida. at the Davenport Community championship trophy, received a Bachelor of Divinity A covered dish dinner isCenter, May 29. A dinner was The Juniors traveled to Red degrc-e. He has studied At the planned by the congregation ~tered. There were 18 in the Cloud Tuesday for a double University of London, Iliff following the worship service class. header and to Davenport SchoolofTheology, Denver, and Sunday to welcome the new Those sttending were Mr. and edne}r received a Master of divinity pastor. Mrs. AlbertAhrens, Angus; Mr. W sda., ,, ,,,, ", , , ,, and Mrs. Curtis Bowman, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Plywood, COX Insulation R-I I 3/8-inch $S.OO $20 Roll 1/2-inch $10.25 88.1 2 sq. ft. each Roll Masonite Paneling 5/8-inch $12.25 FREE Calculator with 5 Styles in Stock 3/4-inch $14.00 Purchase of 10 Rolls Per Pound Armstrong Ceiling Tile Treated Wooden Posts 6-inch by 8-ft. $9.50 each In Stock 5.-inch by 8-ft. $6.25 eah Per Pound 3'/ -inch by 6V -ft. $2.B5 each These are usually clouded specks or cobweb like particles Green Brier Lawn Flute within the eye that are seen in Push Mower Riding Lawn Mower 42-inch Collapaible the field of vision. They can affect people of all ages and 3V~ Horse, Rear Sag 5 Horse, 5-SI0eed Transmission, Tomato Ladders many individuals will notice 21-inch Cut 26-inch Cut ,,-e~ ,,,,=n each them at one time or another. Often particles of 13rotein or other natural materials are sus- pended within the eye fluids and cast shadows which make ! 0% Off A, Season | 0% Off them visible. In many cases this is normal but spots can also be On All Andersen Windows Weed and Seed Plus On All Cabinets caused by certain injuries, eye Ordered in June 20-lb. Bag Ordered in June disease, and deteriorations of the eye structures. l-lack Oak Lumber Barbed Wire spots can often be detected during a complete eye In Stock $31.00 Roll examination By looking inside the eye with a special instru- ment your optometrist may notice spots before the patient becomes aware of them. Phone 402-279-2035 Hardy, Nebraska III | III Albrecht. Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schardt (Barbara Bates), Hebron; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wallerstedt (Terry Tegtmeier), Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. Brad Reinke, Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Lichty (Karen Sanner), Edgar; and Mr, and Mrs. Rick MeeTs, Davenport. Tom Mountford and Monica Means attended the alumni banquet. They all visited, told what they are doing now and danced later in the evening. Spots can be rarely themselves hess. But since they indications of more problems, an e necessary. J, M. ANOERSEN, 0.0. OPTOMETRIST \ SPOTS AND FL0ATERS to the A's 1. Terry the losing pitcher. The world's the American Natural History City. The gem is a million carats. to Nelson last in a game played Nelson defeat Oak A's in innings, 1 1 class are Lowell Snyder Urbauer. The group events of the Letters were unable to attend They also took who attended. Hormandl, York, C urch Mrs. Craig Reinke (Sheila Urbauer, Ong; Alderman), Omaha; Sharlene Lowery, Superior; Biltoft Kimbrough, Clay Lonsdale Heinrichs, Center, and her escort, Steven Bonnie Crump Hippie, Hastings; Scott cordia; and