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Thursday, July 28, 1983 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Jim Maxe, who still calls Superior home even though he's been Texanized, brought his prize-winning, leopard- to compete n calf roping. Nearly all eyes were on the spectacular horse. --Photo by Gladys Tietjen this bucking bronco did not hurt himself managing to loop his front legs over the top gate. Stock men and contestants alike all to provide the muscle and manpower needed the livestock and events, --Photo by Gladys Tietjen were drawn to the clown's good natured She performed tricks as well and willingly as Samples, Erie, Kan., is giving her ice cubes. --Photo by Gladys Tietjen "Rosening the saddle" is Vernon Dutcher of El Dorado, Kan. He applies rosin to the inside of his chaps, and roughs up the contact points between him and the saddle to help his stay in the saddle when he competes in the saddle bronc event. The boy behind him was working hard on a large chaw of tobacco, --Photo by Gladys Tietjen 4-H Club members in Nuckolls County competed at the 4-H Music Contest, Monday evening, July 18 in Lawrence. The 8:00 performance was witnessed by a crowd of 100 in the high school all purpose room. J udge was Ann Elmore of Clay Center. Placings were: Purple, Jr. Dudes & Dolls, drill team, accompanied by Virginia Droh- man. Purple, Sr. Dudes & Dolls, song group, accompanied by Virginia Drohman. .,,I '" "~T '=.~ Blue, Jr. Dudes & Dolls, song group, accompanied by Nicki Drohman, Brian Schiermeyer. All us Im u u There was stiff competition in steer wrestling at Nora. Here the horses, as well as the riders, seem to be con- centrating on their respective jobs, that of hazer and wrestler. --Photo by Gladys Tietjen superiors own Stacy Way is shown astride her barrel horse as they approach the second barrel of thebarrel race. --Photo by Gladys Tietjen Jackie Porter and Aaron Miller. Blue: Guys & Gals, drill team, accompanied by Virginia Drohman. Blue: Guys & Gals, song group, accompanied by Brian Ward and Virginia Drohman. Superintendents were Judy Schott, Nelson, Bonnie Jantzen and Betty Hoelting of Lawrence. It's man over beast, The steer's horns gave the wrestler an extra handle from this vantage point. --Photo by Gtadys Tietjen Whitney--Thompson Auto- Homeowners-Farm-Corn mercial Top Companies-Competitive Rates INSURANCE IS OUR FULL TIME JOB Phone 402-879-331 5 1 1 7 West Third Street-Superior, Nebraska | i ,w,,=, .~ .4TM L~-r- ,4 TM to 318 Central Superior, Nebraska I u II I I I II IllI you can on us! Security National Bank is alwayd willing to extend an extra effort to our friends and neighbors. If you are thinking about a home improvement loan come in and talk to one of our financial counselors and discover all your alternatives and benefits. Call us today for information and requirements on your home im provement loan. Superior, Nebraska 402-879-3284 II I I IIII