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Gleason, 85, Guide Rock's leading ground gainer runs into the hands of a tackler during action Friday night at Guide Rock. After leading for most of the Warriors dropped their opener 20-16. --Express Photo FFA Chapter sp,,nsors orientation The Superior FFA Chapter has started the 1983-84 school year in full swing. Aug. 31 and Sept. I, the chapter teamed with the Student Council to conduct an all school officer parliamentary procedure workshop. David Barnard, advisor, was the main speaker, and several faculty members had group discussions. The Chapter helped organize and demonstrate the workshop. Officers, Larry Langer and Robert Turner, have been selected by the State Assoiation to be included in the Nebraska State Fair FFA Press Corps. The members will work with a Lincoln paper in the area of ag journalism for four days. The firlt meeting of the year was Sept. 2. Committee chairmen were appointed and a homecoming float committee named. The Chapter is finishing preparations for the National Farm Safety Week promotion. Radio spots have been taped and 20 safety posters distributed to agri-businesses. Rog Wilton and Rich Risewick constructed a chain saw safety display at Farmers State Bank with the help of Superior Out- door Power. A newspaper womotion is being finalized. C emical no-till sponsor The latest in no-tiU farming practices being used in Nuckolls County will be demonstrated during a county-wide farm tour slated for Tuesday. Tour par- ticipants are to assemble in Nelson's Harbine Park at 9 a.m. The tour caravan will travel highways 14 and 4 to reach the Robert Janda farm, the fimt stop of the day. From the Janda farm the carvan will move a short distance south to the Ray Menke farm, located in the same section. At noon the carvan will return to the Nelson park for a cattered lunch. At 1 p.m the tour will again leave Nelson, this time for stops in the southern portion of the county, The first stop will be at the Ronald Meyer farm. The tour will conclude at ap- proximately 4 p.m. on the Kerry Corman farm. Tour stops are subject to change in case of rain and field conditions. Should rain make it impassible, to view the field plots, an alternative program has been scheduled for the Nelson City Auditorium. A slide show, speakers and lunch are included on the alternate program. Chet Hawley, Nuekolls County agricultural agent, has encouraged everyone interested in either no-till or minimum tillage to attend at least part of the tour. He has requested everyone planning to par- ticipate in the lunch portion to contact the extension office. An estimated number of par- ticipants is needed for the meal planning. A plot description and field record will be available to all tour participants. The tour is sponsored by the Shell Chemical Company, Ortho Division of the Chevron Chemical Company, Monsanto Chemical Company, Nuckolls County Extension Service and General Agricultural Services, Ltd. Because of severe drought conditions in NuckoUs County, the Agr!cultural Stabilization and Conservation Service will grant farm program par- ticipants permission to graze their livestock on their con, servation use acreages The emergency grazing is m eff~t until Oct. 1. "Farmers interested in conservation use acreage grazing must notify our office of their intentions," said Shirley Peterson. county executive hit N.ckolls farmers e director The special grazing let other farmers use their will be authorized for con-conservation use acreage. It servation use acreage only and must be their livestock on their not wildlife acreage, she said. land:" The permitted grazing Conservation use acreage may not remove cover to the consists of diverted acreage for extent that the acreage would which payment is made. the.lose its protection from weeds unpaid acreage reduction acres and from wind and water and acres removed from erosion. production through o the payment-in-kind program. Arcording to the director, Peter~or~ said the spec~.al 62.453 base acres, or 35 percent, grazing will be restricted to of the county's cropland were livestock owned by the farmer taken out of production and put as of Aug 1. "Farmers may not into conservation uses, defenders Gary Jagels, 20, and Scott Schroeder, 33, make sure the ,run ball carrier does not go any further. CHB player at the right is Davenport won 34-14. --Express Photo 9 last few mi Guide Rock foot- the field for the game Friday and more Ced Hildreth it out 20-16 in of play. tough in scoring a touch- [ run in the David Gleason in the second a three yard pass Both by two gain on the ground. Turnovers played a significant factor in the game. Chris Bauer intercepted two Guide Rock passes that ef- fectively shut down the Warrior passing attack and the Warriors lost four fumbles, the most damaging on their own 25 yard line with 1:07 remaining that set up the Greyhound winning touchdown. The Warriors were also hampered in that Coach Perkins said they expected Hildreth to use a 4-3-1 defense but found a 3-4-1 instead. Still Jeff Kohn was credited with I0 tackles and two fumble recoveries, David Gleason with 12 tackles and one fumble recover and Larry Edgar with 14 tackles to lead the Warrior defense. The Warriors are idle this week, Republican City has given a forfeit since they cannot field a team this season. The next game will be at Milligan oft Sept. 16. Liz Holt waits for ball to come down during the reserve volleyball game against Hildreth Friday night. Ear(let the varsity had dropped their opener in two, 5-15 and 14-16. -Express Photo half, however, that had bent seemed of steam as several backs At the same line was the defensive making the Warriors to League W L 4 0 ~-4 O 3.1 3 1 3 1 2 2 2 2 0 4 0 4 high game: Lucille 189; high team 919; individual le Richardson, series: VFW, SEPTEMBER ACTIVITY CALENDAR 4 11 18 T JV FB-Adalms Cent Rere-U:GO p.m. 25 1 2 3 FB-Fs~bur/ Vl-Belleville Here Here.5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. VB.Alumni 6:30 p.m. ii 1 8 6 7 8 9 I0 lies. FG VB-Ssndy Creek FS-Sandy Creek ROd Cloud There There There,7 p.m. ..... NEBRASKA STATE FAIR FFA DiV.- .... I @- s=heel 13 c=,=, GIng, 14 I 5 16 n..,.,,. 17 Board Meeting ! ! :lG nL J.s. ve.c.nc.rd~- There This 7:SO p.m. |r. AlmOll~. ~ J.N. Fl-Cencorila VG-Minden Jr. HI. Llkrery Then There VlI.O-t Otk-Chester 3:30-4:30 Nulokd" Nere Hebron IISKtll floJllfEST lAYS 4:;s-s:}s p.m. O:SO p.m. 19 20 21 22 23 FI-Cs~ JV Fl-Nelmm VU-Fat~ Here Here O:$O ll.m. Hero 6:30 p.lL HOMECOMING .... - ..... .- ......... NATIONAL FARM SAFETY WEEK .................... JV-Fl-Seeeva I Sandy Creek I T., I There I Ja-VS.Hekmn|Here | Fe-CeeeerdiaThere VOLLEYuALL- ST.tCECILIA TOURNEY [ 4:30 p.m. l JR VD-Nolssn There 10 a.m. HARVEST PARADE 4:00 p.m. 24 Guide Rock's Larry Edgar turns the corner and heads upfield against the Hildreth Greyhounds Friday night in the season opener for both clubs. The Warriors bid to open with a win was quashed in the final rr~r~tes, howevet, by 3 Hildreth touchdown that gave the Greyhounds a 20-16 wctory, --Express Photo 350 O.OOJ i at th I Superior, Nebraska 9 Start at 8:30 a.m., and 3 p.m. 12 Noon LIMITED TO TEAMS Required Lunch Available At The Clubhouse Contact: Bob Cristelli, 402-879-3267 or 402-879-3457 or The Superior Country Chub 1 \