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Roger Novak, Narka, Rick Novak, Haddam, and Kent Smith, Belleville, uncles of the bride, and Joe and Cathy Carbonneau, Lee Ann Mumm Kell American Legion Post 103 of Su- perior, will host the "Last Man's Ban- quet" Monday. Area C Vice Com- mander, Robert Day, Plattsmouth, will Watts I was outside with Dumb and Dumber. Dumb began barking and Dumber followed suit. Looking to see why they were barking, the only thing I saw was a big brown horse staring back at me from the corral. this coyote was intimidated by my presence, or he was a vegetarian. He satisfied his appetite by gorging on fallen apples, and then left. I could imagine what my father would say when I we CathyWeber. Thayer County Qudlt bring their officers and directors to- Neb. ether for an afternoon to learn how My family never believes me when I see What I reall,, want to I .st man was Brent )on ~ster, and Brad Hogan, law of the bride. ull, The Nov. 20 meeting will be a pro- gram by Sheila Cornett. She will have 5hauna Matthews, shared the joys oI announced at me annual awards Dan- adoption. Sheisthe pastor's wife at the quet. Oak. Members of the team include: e at Hastings FFA officers. ag, individual 3ouray, Sam le and Haley rh"6 t 'financial School will host a presentation given by an at 1 p.m. high school gym. ~aro .invited ~ tr; I I True to their motto, "We Serve", members of the Superior Lions Club served an early morning breakfast Sat- urday at North Ward School. Not all of the more than 80 people who came were hunters. Others who enjoy getting out for a meal and social- ize attended also. Proceeds are used for decorations, ucts needed tor successful producnon Mickey Vork, Nelson, will bring and marketing. Participants complete the music for the occasion. Kay Clary, a poultry management test, evaluate Blair, will be the special speaker with classesoflivebirds, appraiseeggqual- the title "Final Bid" where she tells ity and evaluate parts and products. about learning to grow where you are Analytical, enumerating, problem- planted, solving and creative-thinking skills All women of the area are invited to were used by each participant. Each of attend this event. )m ets atthe 36 Nine Superior FFA sophomore members attended the Nebraska FFA Association IMPACT conferenc Central Community College, recently. The leadership development activity was hosted by the Nebraska This year's theme was "Leaders under Construction." Session topics included communication, inlerviewi strengths, S.A.E.'s and chapter activites. Attending the conference were (back row, from left) Kyle I Rempe, Mike Smith and Amy Williams (front row) Kris Bargen, Sara Rogers, ~ Schmidt, Leslie K Shroyer. / I DairyQueen M;;ie;si'ew; Y ........ i i n.,,=n..:iz, nuil -"Trln Around the ~'~ | Dana Cole and Company NAPA Auto Darts Tietieri A'&o I i !~ II I Dave's Place , NewHorizo~Therapeut=cMassage Tirn~)thyS. Schrr, idt, A~orney I il 9nd Dri' =, Wnll hannlnn _,,Lone Star" Downln andDownln ,Atlome ' ~ , i ="'~ "''~'" ''"" '"" "'