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(42) slices through the Diller deferfse behind a Tiger blocker during action Friday at Nelson. The Tigers evened 1-1 with a comparatively easy victory. At right are Jeremy Gumaer (46) and Brent Miller (50). The Tigers host Kansas evening. --Express Photo roll to 44-22 victory Diller, now 1-t points were scored four with 9:58 to go in the third for 167 yards. Nelson completed football game with at Nelson Friday m their first When Scott Williams the 25 to cap a 56- to go in the scored at to put the Tigers was 16-0 after the Period. picked where quarter. in from cap a 63-yard to go. Travis the ball in from out with 7:30 to go. the period but the two-point attempt failed. Diller finally got on the board with 5:52 to go in the period on a 15-yard pass from John Thomsen to Nate Christ. Diller scored twice in the fourth quarter, their first coming at the 10:48 mark when Dan Novomy caught a Thomsen pass and their second with 1:57 to go on a Thomsen l 1-yard run. Nelson's last touchdown came with 8:22 left in the game on a Schultz one-yard run. Nelson had a slight edge over Diller in first downs, 13-11, but dominated the ground game, grinding out 298 yards in 54 at- tempts. Diller gained only two net yards on the ground in 18 attempts. The passing game belonged to Diller who completed 14 of 23 scored from the s wins by one Lawrence thePan- of the season, The Panthers the season. scoreless the Pan- scoreboard first went from Mark Janda to with 9:44 The 21-yard 36-yard drive and a 6-0 lead since attempt failed. two min- 15- run. They too COnversion attempt remained tied. on a three-yard kick was good. again came tO six points. Ohrt's 14 where it mtermission. Janda from 45 to go in the Lawrence but the kick enabled the score with 3:22 t conversion Lawrence pass from Ohrt to Nathan evening Christensenleft Orleans onepoint back, 21-20. DeGarrno finished the Panther scoring when he ran in from the 44 with two minutes to go. Missed conversion kicks would come.back to .haunt the Pantlrs.'John Chrtstensen con- nected with Ohrt from 12 yards out at the 8:33 mark of the fourth quarter to give the Orioles a one- point lead which held up the re- mainder of the game. Orleans collected nine first downs compared to six for the Panthers. The nmning game was nearly even with Lawrence grin.d- ing out 86 yards on 24 carries while the Orioles had 80 yards on 18 carries. The Panthers domi- nated the passing game, connect- ing on 13 of 32 attempts for 229 yards. Orleans completed 17 of 29 attempts for 203 yards. Each team had one pass intercepted. Fumbles were a problem for the Panthers who lost the bail three of the six times they muffed the bail. Orleans lost the handle once but retained possession. Janda and DeGarmo were the leading tacklers. Janda had 10 stops and DeGarmo nine. Brian Ostdiek finished with four. The Panthers host Rising City Friday evening. football falls by two points Nulty to be another to Waconda of 38-36, in a scored the PAT's. The Wildcat defense was led by Scott Baden who had nine solo tackles, 19 assists and one fumble recovery. Jason Arasmith also had a good game on defense. He had five solo tackles, 10 as- sists, one fumble recovery and two interceptions. This football game was full of highlights. Two memorable high- fights were Scott Boden's 60-yard drive up the middle for a touch- down and Jason Arasmith's inter- ception for a uchdown. Coach Brown contributes fumbles to be one factor in the loss. Also, the Cats need to estab- lish a better and more effective passing game. Jewell faces Nelson Friday. It should be a hard-hitting game as Nelson returns six defensive and five offensive starters. four of five for 42 yards. Both teams had five fumbles but Nelson lost possession only once. Diller lost possession four times. Neither team had a pass intercepted. Clabaugh led the Tiger defense with seven tackles, one tackle behind the line of scrimmage and two fumble recoveries. Brent Miller had six tackles and a quar- terback sack. Williams led the offense with 13 carries for 78 yards while Schultz had 13 carries for 70 yards and Clabaugh nine carries for 64 yards. The Tigers entertain Jewell Friday evening Classical League Sept. 10, 1992 W L Security Bank ................... 10 2 Jugheads ........................... 10 2 Superior Vision .................. 9 3 Superior Ins ........................ 8 4 Deuel's ............................... 8 4 Bruns Dairy ........................ 5 7 Do Drop In .......... : .............. 5 7 Superior KENO .................. 5 7 Butler Air ........................... 5 7 Price's ................................ 4 8 Crook Gals ..................... 2 10 High individual game: Stephanie Ohlrich, 230, high individual series:. Stephanie Ohlrich, 628; high team game: Security Bank, 915; high team series: Security Bank, 2,549. Jan Zeigler picked up 4-7-10 split. Monday Matinee League Sept. 14, 1992 W L MLM Gelbvieh .................. 7 1 Hereford Inn ....................... 7 1 Twin Valley Imp ................ 4 4 Superior Floral ................... 2 6 Harold's Conoco ................ 2 6 High individual game, scratch and handicap, Stacey Shroyer, 194 + 11 = 205; high individual series, scratch and handicap, Stacey Shroyer, 511 + 33 = 544. High team game, Hereford Inn, 820; high team series: MLM Gelbvieh, 2,317. Bloodmobile to visit Superior The American Red Cross bloodmobile will make another of its periodic visits to Superior Tuesday. The bloodmobile will be head- quartered at the Eagles Club as usual from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Anyone in good health between the ages of 17 and 75 is eligible to donate. Ruby Kelth hosts Bridgetts Friday Ruby Keith entertained Bridgetts Friday atternoon. Kate Whammm was a guest. Faye Meyer won high prize and Stella Garrison, low. Frieda Frahrn won the traveling prize. greatly over Wildcats yards. Rushing pass - Yards. Brent the leading Yards. His yard- carries, with an per carry. 97 yards on average of 9.7 d a total of 309 141 on The Was six people and three MmilBR KANSAS ASSOCIATION OF d& PROFESSIoNAL INSURANCE AGENTS I "Serve .is our Polly" & Assoch00tes Insurance. McCutcheon, Agent 3"543-6481 - Phillipsburg, Kan. 800-677-0118 The National Ammdatio of Life Underwrftem RMS Volleyball defeats Mankato By Jennifer Conn The Randall Middle School hosted the Mankato Cougars last Thursday for their season opener. The Trojans shone throughout the entire game, winning in two straight sets by the scores of 15- 10 and 15-2. Coach Burgess stated, "all the girls played real well and their strongest point was serve receive. All the girls compete real well and their attitudes and efforts are greatly appreciated." One of Coach Burgess' biggest concerns he said, was going to be who to start each week as he has several capable players off'filing the start- ing positions. The RMS volleyball team will travel to Glen Elder Thursday to take on the Vikings. The game starts at 5 and is followed by the football game. Coach Burgess also stated, "Glen Elder is probably the top team in the league, but we are capable of beatiug them." RMS Football Stomps Mankato By Kory Oplinger The hard-hitting, spiral-throw- ing RMS Trojans came to an awe- some victory against Mankato, resulting in a 54-20 score. At half-time, the Trojan team lead 24-20, but after that, it was all over. The defense held Mankato from scoring; while the offense worked for another 30 points. The evening was perfect and there were many game highlights. Eighth grade quarterback, Josh Bowles, ran an option and made a beautiful pitch, resulting in one of the many touchdowns. Todd Robinett, seventh grader, made a tremendous cross-field kick-off return, also formulating into a touchdown. Jasyn Garman, another eighth grader, was hard-hitting in de- fense making many solo tackles. As for statistics, Coach Brown feels right now it isn't who does what, but that each one try to learn more team concepts. Wl] p asked for his feelings or corn- " '! in ments, hesmd The tensaylevel was outta this world." The next time you can catch these intensive guys is Thursday at Glen Elder at 6:45 p.m. Coach Brown says he doesn't know much about Glen Elder's football team, but they am all looking forward to playing some Trojan Footbal t" BURCH C W k Red's ]K Ribbons R  & Trophies Medals Paques Badges * Tack Ribbons Computerized Engraving "Custom Orders For Your Next Event Are Our Specialty" 30 Years of Quality Work Mall Orders Weleome 402-724-2355 Box 115, McCool Junction, Neb. 68401 i , ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BUYING BONDS ISSUED BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS OR MUNICIPALITIES? If so, I suggest that you shop and compare and make Sun America Securities, Inc.., located in the lobby of Home Federal Savings, your LAST STOP. We are affiliated with Fixed Income Securi- ties, Ine., and these bond traders do their best to find the bond you want at the best priee. For your bonds contact: Mike Tuma Registered Representative 402-879-3310 Securities offered through SunAmerica Securities 454 N Central, Superior, Neb. Member NASD, SIPC Sutton hands Davenport second straight loss For the second consecutive Friday evening, Bnming-Daven- port evolved into its own worst enemy in the first quarter en- route to a significant halftime deficit before recovering to play a respectable second half. Last week Sandy Creek was the benefactor of poor Bear-Cat ballhandling. Sutton, 2-0 re- played the same type of miscues to catapult to a 30-0 halftime ad- vantage. Bruning-Davenport shut out the Mustangs in the third quarter, eventually losing 37-0. The Bear-Cats have not scored in their first two games, demonstrating some ineptness on offense. Two Bear-Cat turn- overs did occur on fourth-and- goal pass interceptions in the endzone. "Obviously our offensive flow has been difficult to find. In fact, it's been non-existent, Coach Kevin Madsen stated. "Changes in personnel were im- plemented but simply have not jelled. I accept the discredit for that. There'll be more changes forthcoming." Braning-Davenport, for vari- ous reasons, has lost eight letter- winners from its 1991 under- classmen roll Instead of an- ticipated stability, Bear-Cat sup- porters have seen a team in dis- array. "We've begun to rely on youth just like a year ago," Mad- sen commented. One budding star appears to be Freshman Phillip Ozenbaugh who led the defense with 11 tackles as well as offensive ball- carriers with 33 yards. "I'm hop- ing Phillip's shoulders are wide because he's developing into quite a young leader," compli- mented Madsen. Ozenbaugh joins Mitch Kubicek as the Bear-Cats' great- est threats. The sophomore kick returner again came within a step of finding paydirt while rac- ing 45 yards in the first quarter. Bruning Davenport's de- fenisve woes lie in its interior line play as Sutton battered the visitors for 298 rushing yards on 36 attempts. Junior Scott Waegli riddled the Bear-Cats for 138 yards on 12 carries. Backfield mate Kevin Perrier added 66 yards on six cxries. Both play- ers scored twice on the ground with Perrien adding a third score on a 37-yard pass reception. Bruning-Davenport will try to amend its way this week in Kansas as it travels to Washing- ton Friday. Jaycess name winners of Pigskin Masters Jerred Ehlers, Cody Wyatt, Jacob Hansen and Kody Kirchhoff were the overall win- ners in the pigskin masters foot- bail contest sponsored by the Su- perior Jaycoes Saturday. Elders was the top competitor in the seven-year-old group, Wyatt in the eight and nine-year- old group, Hansen in the 10 and 11-year-old division and Kirchhoff in the 12 and 13-year- old division. Competition was divided into four categories, punt, pass, kick and run with awards given the top three in each of the four age groups. The top winners in each division advance to state compe- tition. Punt Seven-year-olds: Elders, first; Andrew Bates, second; Michael Bates, third. Eight and nine-year-olds: Wyatt, first, Andrew Healey, sec- ond; Stephen Mehlhaff, third. 10 and l 1-year-aids: Mike Hull, first; Hansen, second; Levi Delka, third. 12 and 13-year-olds: Kirchhoff, first; Darren Lemke, second; Jeff Nelson, third. Pass Seven-year-olds: Michael Bates, first; Ehlers, second; An- drew Bates, third. Eight and nine-year-olds: Wyatt, first, Mehlhaff, second, Healey, third. 10 and 11-year-olds: I-Iansen, first, Brock Blecha, second; Matt Meyer, third. 12 and 13-year-aids: Kirchhoff, first; Nelson, second; Tim Dean, third. Kick Seven-year-aids: Michael Bates, first; Ehiers second; An- drew Bates, third. Eight and nine-year-aids: Wyatt, first; Healey, second; Trenton Siebecker, third. 10 .and ll-year-olds: Dan Mehlhaff, first; Hull, second; Aaron Renz, third. 12 and 13-year-aids: Nelson, first; Phil Menke, second; Dean, third. Run Seven-year-aids: Ehlers, first; Andrew Bates, second; Michael Bates, third. Eight and nine-year aids: Blake Smidt and Bryce Blecha, first; Dustin Kozal and Justin Frietag, second; Stephen Mehlhaff, third. 10 and 11-year-aids: Hansen, first; Eric Wilford, second; Levi Dclka, third. ....... 12 and 13-year-aids: Menke,; Rrst; Kirchhoff, second; Lemke and Brent Blecha, third. Superior band to play at Falrbury The Superior High School Marching Band will be in Fairbury Saturday,to participate in mat community s Germanfest activities. The band will march in the afternoon parade and com- pete in the band competiton. This is the second year the Fairbury celebration has included special band activities. 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III I II Thursday, September 17, t992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A [] The parents of this little Pawnee Indian child had to keep a close watch on their daughter for the little girl was fascinated with the horses and mules being used for the free wagon rides. When left unsupervised for a moment she would dash off to see the animals. II Listing of all Real Estate in Nuckolls County, Ne- braska, which is exempt from taxation in 1992, ex- cept that owned by the state or its governmental subdivisions, RELIGIOUS PURPOSES Name of Organization Murdclpellty First United Presbyterian Church Superior Church of the Nazarene Supenor First Baptist Church Supenor The Wesleyan Church Supenor First Methodist Church Supenor Re!cmedPr.esbyteri Qhurch Supenor ,.St, JosaphsChurch , , /, Supenot Church of Christ Our Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church The Centennial Lutheran Church Living Faith Fellowship, Inc. Nelson Community United Church of Christ The Nebraska Conference Assodation of the Seven.Day Adventists Sacred Heart Church Church of Christ Salem Lutheran Church St. Stephen's Church Sacred Heart Church, Inc. Ruskin Community Chapel Bethany Lutheran Church St. Mark's Lutheran Church Union Church of Hardy Supedor Superior Superior Superior Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Pt. NWl/4 SWl/4 24-2-7 Ft. SWl/4 5-3-8 Lawrence Ruskin R. NE1/415-2-5 Ruskin Hardy St. Paurs Evangelical Lutheran Church Hardy Nora Methodist Church Nora First Community Church Oak Church of Christ Angus Little Blue Christian Fellowship Oak CEMETERY PURPOSES Beulah Society of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North American Cemetery Association Ft. NEI/4NE1/4 22-2-8 Bostwick C,metery Hardy Cemetery Evergreen Cemetery Liberty Creek Cemetery Association Nora Cemetery Association Oak Grove C, erneten/ Spring Creek Cemetery Association Union Cemetery St. Stephens Cemetery No. of Pamela 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 4 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 Nelson Nelson Ft. SW1/4 24-1-7 (Superior) Superior Sup Superior Superior Supenor Superior Superibr NE1/4NEI/4 35-3-7 Lawrence Nelson Superkx CHARITABLE PURPOSES Masonic Lodge No. 77 Nelson 1 Veterans of Foreign Wars Nelson 1 Evangelk! Lutheran Good Samaritan Society 2 *Nelson American Legion Posl No. 187 2 Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society 1 Superior Lodge 121 A.F.8,A.M. 1 Brodstone '.Aemorial Nuckolls Counq Hospital 1 'Veterans 9t Foreign Wars Post ,4o. 3355 1 *B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 2197 1 *Nebraska Kansas Aerie 3101 Fraternal Order of Eagles 2 *Independent der of Odd Fellows No. 87 1 *American Legion St. Mihiel Posl Ne. 103 1 Golden Rod Girl Scout Council 1 "Ken Kagey Post No. 45 American Legion, Inc. 1 Nelson Senior Citizens, Inc. 1 Simic P, ecreation Association t *Par#a//y Exempt Pub,shed by order of County Commlsslonera of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, in accordance with pro- visions of LB530 enacted by Legislature of the State of Nebr, lska. Dlane COllins NuckoIis County Assessor ill i i ,i ii, i i i Ft. SEll4SEll4NEll4 14-1-8 1 Ft. SEll4SEll4SWll4 29-1-5 1 Ft. NEll4NEll4SEll4 23-1-7 1 Pt. NWll4NWll4SWll4 24-1-7 2 Ft. NEI/4NEI/4 10,4-8 1 Ft. SWl/4 14-24 1 Ft. NWl/4NW1/4 11-5 1 Ft. NWI/4 22-2-5 1 Pt. NWl/4SWl/4 16-4-7 1 Ft. SEl/4 6-3-8 1