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October 3rd, 2003

Louisville Lions Show Pride!
Homecoming 2003 with an Good Ol' Fashion Purple and Gold Growl!
Showing the visiting Yutan Chieftains, that Lions will defend their home turf, Louisville High School mounted stirring pep rallies, both yesterday evening and this afternoon. The Lions faithful left bold and beautiful Purple and Gold Paw Prints all over Main Street to show the returning LHS Alumni that and the invading Chieftains that the Lions are still the Kings.
Here is the Football Schedule and Current Stats http://www.calpreps.com/2003/Nebraska_Class_C2_District_2.htm

Click HERE to See our Homecoming Game Main Street Decorations!!! http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/community/nc2003.htm

You know, we only get so many great memories, Homecoming 2003, is going to be one of them. You are not going to find a better night for some football,... See you at The Game!! 7:00PM! Go Get 'Em Lions!

Jaycees Sponsor Cash Raffle!
Editorial: Kim Roecker
Your news:
Homecoming - The JAYCEES are having their annual 50/50 Cash Raffle tonight with the winner receiving 50% of the cash pot and the remaining 50% going directly to this years AFTER PROM Committee.

The Jaycees will be selling a ticket chance for $1 through the 3rd quarter.

The winner will be announced during the 3rd and 4th Quarter break.
Look up the Jaycees or catch them as they are out in the crowd selling chances to everyone.

The goal for the cash pot this year is $300.

GOOD LUCK LIONS and welcome back alumni for Homecoming!!


Brand New Money, Coming Soon to HSB!
Editorial: John Plucknett
Your news:
THE COLOR OF MONEY
If you start noticing some color on your new $20 bills around mid-October, don't blame it on the employees at the bank.

In a continuing effort to thwart counterfeiters, the Federal Government is now adding color to the face of the new $20. These new bills will start to show up during October so be on the lookout.
If you have any question at any time about a suspected counterfeit bill, please bring it in and we can tell if it is real for you.

Louisville Storage
Certainly if you are accumulating lots of these new colorful notes, you want to talk to Trudy at the bank and get an account to store them. BUT, if they ever run out of room, or if you just want the use of your own garage back; contact
Louisville Storage, at 234-2190 or 234-2607 or click HERE: http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/Berner_Real_Estate/storage.html


Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day
Tomorrow, Saturday October 4th, 2003 break out that old hazmat suit and bring your Household Hazardous Waste to the City Maintenance Yard from 9:00am until 12:00noon.
This is for Louisville Residents ONLY!
Please put the materials in boxes, paint in one box, all other materials in a different box.
If you are not sure what something is, keep it separate from the other materials.

Here is what you should bring down:
Paint and paint related materials (stains, varnish, etc), Poisons, Fertilizers, Banned Materials such as (chlordane, DDT, etc.), Pesticides, Mercury, and Mercury related materials, Computers, (except NO Black and White Monitors), lead acid batteries and used motor oil.

Do NOT bring, and we will NOT accept:
Gasoline or related materials, NO TIRES, NO TELEVISIONS, NO Antifreeze.
NO CONTAINERS LARGER THAN 5 GALLONS

Questions call Dee at the City 234-7605 or Betty Curtis 308-385-5095


Anybody in Louisville can contribute a story..
 or a Guest Editorial on pretty much any subject by Clicking HERE:

http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/news/submit.htm and typing the story in the little box.
This represents access to about 380 of our neighbors, and you don't have to pay to get your message to the Community. (message must be approved by the Cat however)


Hey, What's the City Up To?
There is just no better way to learn what's up, with the Mayor, City Council and our Friends in City Hall, then read the Meeting Minutes! Click HERE : http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/city/mn091003.htm
It is really pretty amazing all the work that they do for our home town, that we all just take for granted.
Read and appreciate their fine work: http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/city/mn091003.htm

Hey, Life is Better Here!
If you are among the geographically challenged that happen to live somewhere else...
Come and Join Us! Easy as 1, 2, 3..... 4
Select a lot in our  new Subdivision,
get a loan, build a house then get it landscaped!
you too can experience the Better Life!

Computer John
Assistant Editor
LouisvilleNebraska.Com


What the Cat Saw...
Hi Hardware Cat Fans!

Homecoming 2003 Memories..
I woke up this morning at like 10:30ish, and I was just stretching and thinking about getting ready for my morning nap, when I noticed that something was obscuring my view of Main Street!

Now,,.. (Meow!), that is not cool!

I have a job to do, and I take that job very seriously! I am supposed to watch all the doings up and down Main Street, in case somebody needs my advice, (or closer monitoring..), and people expect me to keep an eye on things!

I watch everything. I rub up against Larry if we are running low on Mole-No-More, I Meow to Maureen if somebody is gettin thumb prints on the paint sample strips, but mostly I keep an eye on the com'ins and go'ins.

All day long people come by to find out what the heck is going on. They walk right in and say things like; "How's it Going Hank!", or "Whadya Know Hank!?!", and I am expected to know!  (meow!)

Well, they tell me this huge purple and gold colored Paw Print on my hardware store window shows that the Lions are on the Prowl!
Turns out there is a parade and a rally, and a dance, and a real big Football Game tonight and this big purple and gold smudge in the window is going to get the town all fired up to cheer on the Lions to Victory over the interlopers!

.... hmmmm ...

..ya know, I would make a pretty good mascot for our Football Team! Somebody get me a helmet!!

Having fun, and Growling at Chieftains south of the river....

Hank the Hardware Cat
Editor
LouisvilleNebraska.Com
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