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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRE~ Thursday, September 8, 1983 As Steve Sorensen demonstrates, three-wheelers can be almost as hard to ride as a bucking horse. Particu- larly so if doing a wheelie in Lovewell Lake: --Express Photo Superior, Nebraska 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dixon-Eners Wedding Dance i ill l Fun For All TOp Sirloin ........... $8.95 Early Bird Brilakl tat ;enred From M dnlght ie 1 :: D a.ln. S,anday, Sept, I1 Bus Trip To Quarter Horse Races at Queen City Oowns, Hastings Make Reservations In The Lounge By Saturday Noon Lonnle at the Keyboard Thursdays For Every Elk Brother and His 6uest IIIIIIII II L I I I I I I I I I I ] I III I I As the seasons change and the level of Lovewell Reservoir rises and falls, recreational opportunities available on and near the reservoir change. With the withdrawal of water for irrigation, large expanses of lake bottom are normally ex- posed in late summer. Though the lower level doesn't please raany power boaters, it does offer new recreation potentials as demonstrated during the Labor Day Weekend. A group of Ruskin area residents found the muddy lake bottom was an ideal place to test the mettle of their three- wheelers. In recent years the go anywhere three-wheel motorcycles have become popular farm implements. If Mark Christensen and Steve Sorensen are right, they may also become popular lake vehicles. The two are among several lake goers who have been en- joying riding the bikes not only over the exposed lake bottom but in the lake as well. With large flotation type tires, the three-wheelers will "float" .. ...... not only over the muddy bottom , - ,, but in the water as well. The brand Christensen and Sorensen ride, have electronic ignition and with the air intake "~~ near the headlight, they have found the bikes will turn when almost totally submerged in the water. Monday they were observed by an Express photographer roaring up and down the lake shore throwing great waves of mud and water. One of their favorite tricks was to perform "wheelies" with the front wheels off the ground. They would charge at full speed down the beach and into the water. Should the water become to deep for the bikes to maintain traction on the lake bottom, the riders would slide off the side and allow the spinning tires to pull the bike back to shallower water where they would quickly remount and continue on their wiry. Lance Teachworth, a Superior High School graduate and a student at Parks College of St. Louis University, Cahokia, Ill., received national recognition in the United States Finals in Battle Creek, Mich., this summer and just last week received his air frame and power plant technician's license. Teachworth is enrolled in the aircraft maintenance program at the college and expects to graduate with an associate degree in engineering with emphasis on instruments and multi-engine power plants in July, 1984, But attending classes and being on both the local dean's list and the national dean's list is not all of his ac- complishments. For the last two years, Teach- worth has been a member of the school's intercollegiate precision flying team and last year served as its captain. Following the regional meet in October during which the team qualified for the U.S. Finals, Teachworth was honored by being named the recipient of the Region Eight Intercollegiate Flying Association's Scot Perry Memorial Award for sport- smanship, winning attitude and dedication to aviation safety. Region eight includes teams from the four state area of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. At the U. S. Finals, Teach- worth was one of 50 team members nominated for the prestigious William Kershner Men's Achievement Award. The judging panel of airline pilots and aviation officials in- terviewed the candidates and considered their academic standing and activity in promoting aviation safety in order to determine the winner. At the awards banquet, Teach- worth was named the winner r Lance Teachworth, Dr. and Mrs. James worth of Superior, was named the top student in the he received the William Kersfiner Achievement Award. student at Parks St. Louis UniverS Cahokia, II1. and received a scholarship as the top student in the countrY" Shortly before home for vacation, learned h had to receive his air power plant technicia~ He is also a Alpha Chi honorary scholarship Teachworth is the and Mrs. James Superior. It was a very muddy sport and frequent trips into the water were needed both to wash "i ~ :~i: .... Many areas of the country have hay or other have reported shortages of hay sale. She explained s off the bikes and the riders. ....... : due to the drought while it is maintained in the co A group of Edgar area believed other areas may have of producers havin youngsters, visiting the Darrel If you don't have a water slide then you improvise. Several Edgar area-youngsters a surplus of hay or otherroughage for sale. I'I Johnson cabin, discovered the Sunday afternoon converted the muddy shoreline near the edge of Lovewell Lake into a roughage, also be made avail~ mud made a delightful slide, mud slide. The youngsters charged pell-mell toward the lake, fell onto the slide and went ASCS is now providing state office. The 1 Approximately one hour was scooting into the lake. It was dirty but fun and the lake water made a convenient place to assistance to livestock include the name, s~ ~Ut~. ~d~mg and aea~ wash before returning to ~he cabin. They urged the photographer to try the slide but he producers in locating hay or telephone number o( the mud slide before the fun declined when informed none of their parents had tried the experience. -,--Express Photo other roughage to buy and having the feed cro] began, producers having excess hay or hay or roughage fo: When preparations were bucket of water to dowse a Many people entertained ~.~' . ~ . other roughage in locatingproximate amour~t completed, they would run slider that contracted "mud-in- themselves by strolling along Elect aps meet buyers, approximate price down the beach, throw them- the-eye. the. beach, looking for uncovered FL___iclav ......... mornlrm= Shirley Peterson, CountywillMrs'be_ PeterSOnupdatedsaidon selves down on the slide and go The youths agreed the mud mysteries. ASCS Director has asked slipping into the lake. Various slide was even nore fun last One trailer park resident The Superior ROd Caps willNuekolls County producers to basis, l 'armers maY forms including belly and back year when the lake was lower, apparently believed the looking meet at 7 a.m. Friday morning contact the local ASC office if office or telephOVe flops and summersaults were They said the slider, was would be better on the other side in the Hotel Leslie for a break- they are short of hay of if they formation. perfected. At least one of the steeper and the water drop participants stood ready with a deeper. USDA Choice Coke, Diet Coke, Pepsi, Pepsi Free and Sprite 12 Oz. 6 Pack ............... $1,40.. Scott Paper Towels .........B9 ea. Sides ........... 260 lb. Avg.'S1.13 Hind Quarters.., 120 lb. Avg. $1.20 Fore Quarters... 140 lb. Avg. $1.OO 20 lb. Beef Roasts 5 lb. Beef Ribs 10 lb. Beef Steaks 5 lb. Stew Meat I0 lb. Ground Beef 50 lb. Total 50 lb. Freezer Beef Bundle $59.00 All Freezer Beef Cut and Wrapped Free 1 2-oz. Sirloins ........... $2.79 ea. 8-oz. Fillets, wrapped in bacon ...... $1.99 ea. I i Charburgers., ......... Pk0. $6.4S Pioneen 1177 silage inoculant I I Ground Beef ............. lb. $1.15 i " I I Ground Beef Patties ...... lb. $1.29 lets you chop at higher moistures,..ano save, ose protein'rich leaves, I I Ground Pork ............. lb. $1.29 I ! Ground Pork Patties $1.39 See your Pioneer salesman ut new ! ! Pork Sausage ............ lb. $1.39 1177 for your alfalfa silage: Schultz & Son. Pork Sausage Patties ..... lb. SlAB Davenport, Nab. Ruskin, Nab. Hardy Feed Roode Hot Dogs ....... 2 lb. Pkg. $2.79 Sliced Bacon ............. lb. $1.79 ,Boneless Pork Roast ..... lb. $1.10 Pork Steak ............... lb. $1.2B Wayne Adams And Son Superior, Neb, .... Phone 402-879-3611 301 West 1st Street Superior, Neb, The Li i on of warranty and remedy appearing on part of the terms of sate. @ Registered trademark of Pioneer Hi-Bred International, INC., U,S.A. of the cove. With two fast meeting. The Superior youngsters, she crossed the coaches will be present to cove. Rather than take the long comment on last week's game way around, she was observed with Fairbury and the prospects to outfit the older of two for the game Friday night youngsters with a life jacket, agaimt Sandy Creek. The younger was placed on a plastic surf board and they get What do motorcycling and out wading across the cove. secrets have in common? Well, When the water became to deep it's still a secret to many riders to wade, the older child and thaot the safest and most el- woman began swimming. They fective way to learn to ride is towed the little one across on through an approved motor- the surf board. cycle rider education course. driver; parked vehicle Superior police reported a number of vehicular accidents this week and while some of them involved significant property damage, no one injured. Wednesday a 1975 Chevrolet, are already off to college... but it's not too late to get federally a From First Federal Savings! Up to.=2500 for under graduates -- you pay no interest or monthly payments until six months after leaving school. Any approved institution of higher education qualifies (university, college, tech. or trade school). Phone 402-879-4757 Fifth and Central Superior, Nebraska All Accounts Insured To $100.000 by Federal Sayings and Loan Insurance Corporation Division of Home Federal Savings and Loan of Lexington driven by Richard Superior, hit a belonging to Glen Sullivan was 15th Street. Sullivs investigating officer sun had blinded hi~-, the accident. A total of $1,900 sustained by volved in an at the corner of t5t Superior and According to report, a 1963 driven bv Superior, was on Highway 14 pickup, driven Penney, also of collided with him. report indicates told officers he the stop sign at the approaching hitting him proximately sustained by the and $700 by Minor bya Suzuki in the 10 Second Street accident report Buick driver, Mankto, the curb when left front motocycle, driven Follmer, Superior. A car stripe was between a car McCutcheon, driven by JoAnn last Friday. accident was attempting parking Street when her the Hurt vehicle. states the Hurt tially across the was sustained hernational Mid Plains Company, apparently gave to hit a John owned by the same Dakota Street Aug.