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Public Notices 30, 1992 in Express Court of Nuck- , Nebraska of Marjorie M. 5474 is hereby given that a account and report of ad- and a petition for settlement, probate of of heirs, filed and are set for in the County Court of County, Nebraska, 1o- , Nelson, NE , on February 19, 1992, at o'clock a.m. Charlotte Knehans, Personal Representative AND AT LAW 2-13-5-3c 1992 in NOTICE Marie Ellis, is hereby given that on 1992, in the County if Nuckolls County, Jeryce Jackson, is Route 1, Box Nebraska 68827, as Personal of this estate. of this estate must file with this Court on March 18, 1992, or be John A. Wheeland County Court Livingston Neb. 68802 1-30-3-3c 1992 in Superior Express to Contractors will be received by , in Room 104 Office Building at Highway 2 at t until 10 a.m. on Feb. 20, that time the bids will be and read for and incidental work iFedcral ectNo.BRO- in Nuckolls County. project is located on a y3 1/2 IS BEING FOR DISADVAN- BUSINESS ENTER- range of this project Working days beginning 1992. and Specifications may at the Lincoln Central Jan. 28,1992, or District engi- beginning Feb. 3, Nebraska Revised .R.S. 1943. of Roads' Bid with the pro- bidder must for 100 percent of businesses against. must meet the of the Fair Labor Stan- F 1938 (52 Stat 1060) of Labor has- is subject to the '.Act of 1962. P.L. 87- is subject to the of the utilization of IS RESERVED ALLTECHNICALI- REJECT ANY OR OF ROADS ;ineer 2-6-4-3c First Published rm. 23, 1992 in 'fine Superior Express NOTICE OF INCORPORATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has formed a corporation under the laws of the State of Nebraska as follows: 1. The name of the corporation is SUPERIOR MANOR, INC. 2. The address of the initial reg- istered office is 355 N Cen- tral, Superior, Nebraska 68978. 3. The general nature of the busi- nes to be transacted is to own, rent and manage real estate and to do and transact all other lawful business incident to, necessary or suitable or ad- visable for, or in any way con- nected with, said purpose for which the corporation is formed. 4. The authorized capital stock of the corporation is 10,000 shares of common stock with a par value of $1.00, each of which may be issued for any medium permissible under the laws of the State of Nebraska. 5. The corporation commences existence on the filing and re- cording of its Articles of In- corporation with the Secre- tary of State and it shall have perpetual existence. 6. The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Directors, President, Vice-president, Secretary, Treasurer. Randall Alexander Incorporator 4-3c First Published Jan. 23, 1992 in The Superior Express Notice to Contractors Sealed bids will be received by the Nebraska Department of Roads for Nuckolls County in Room 1 04 of the Central Office Building at 1500 Nebraska Highway 2 at Lincoln, until 10 a.m. on Feb. 20, 1992. At that time, the bids'will be publicly opened and read for CULVERTS and incidental work on the SUPERIOR NORTH- Wr:gT Fr'deral Aid Off-System Project No. BRO-7065(17) in Nuckolls County. This project is located on a county road approximately 4 1/2 miles north and 6 miles west of Superior at Sand Creek. THIS PROJECT IS BEING RESERVED FOR DISADVAN- TAGED BUSINESS ENTER- PRISES ONLY. The price range of this project is between $10,000 and $50,000 with 20 working days beginning June 1, 1992. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Lincoln Central Office beginning Jan. 28,1992, or at the Grand Island District Engi- neer's Office beginning Feb. 3, 1992. Prequalification for bidding is required by Nebraska Revised Statue 39-1351-R.R.S. 1943. A Department of Roads' Bid Bond form for 5 percent of the bid must be submitted with the pro- posal. The successful bidder must furnish bond for 100 percent of the contract. Minority-owned businesses will not be discriminated against. Contractors must meet the provisions of the Fair Labor Stan- dards Act of 1938 (52 Slat. 1060) as amended. The Secretary of Labor has determined mininmm wage rates for this project. This contract is subject to the Work Hours Act of 1962. P.L. 87- 581 and implementing regulations. This project is subject to the provisions of the utilization of Minority Business Enterprises. THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO WAIVE ALL TECHNICALI- TIES AND REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. DEPARTMENT OF ROADS Allan L. Abbott, Director-State Engineer V. Charles McCann, District Engineer. 2-6-4-3c flbdal Consignment AuctioN Tuesday, March 17 Located 5 Miles North, 2 Miles Westand 2 Miles North of Superior, Neb. _ We Suggest You Consion Your Items By TUesclav Feb 25, 1992. InOrder To Get Them t/stud O-n'Tho Acu;ion 'B;H: Trucking Is Available. ltll'td't # * l't'tll'tt Schrontz, Auction Manager 402-879-4923 Andy Montgomm00/, Auction00r 402-879-3004 Roy Montgomery, Auctioneer 402-257-2335 Scot Montgomery 402-879-3667 First Published Jan. 23, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF INCORPORATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has formed a non-profit corporation under the laws of the State of Nebraska as follows: 1. The name of the corporation is LIFE OF SUPERIOR NE- BRASKA ASSOCIATION. 2. The address of the initial reg- istered office is 102g Idaho, Box 187, Superior, Nebraska 68978. 3. The general nature of the business to be transacted is to provide counseling services for residents of Superior, Ne- braska, and surrounding ar- eas, and to have and to exer- cise any and all powers, rights, and privileges which a corpo- ration organized under the non-profit corporation law of the State of Nebraska by law may now or hereafter have or exercise. 4. The corporation commenced existence on the filing and re- cording of its Articles of In- corporation with the Secre- tary of State and it shall have perpetual existence. 6. The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Directors, President, Vice-president, Secretary, Treasurer. Scott Hobson and Art Taylor, Incorporators DOWNING & ALEXANDER Attorneys at Law 355 Commercial, Box 185 Superior, NE 68978 4-3c First published Jan. 30, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska Estate of Lauritz M. Andersen, Deceased Estate No. 5484 Notice is hereby given that on Jan. 22,1992, in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Decedent and that Deloris C. Debus, whose address is Ruskin, Nebraska, and Arlet E. Schiermeyer whose ad- dress is Ruskin, Nebraska, were informally appointed by the Reg- istrar as CoPersonal Representa- tives of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or before March 31, 1992 or be forever barred. John A. Wheeland Clerk of the County Court SEAL DOWNING & ALEXANDER Attorneys at Law 355 N Commercial, Box 185 Superior, NE 68978 2-13-5-3c First published Jan. 30, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuck- oils. County, Nebraska Estate of John H. Debus, Deceased Estate No. 5460 Notice is hereby given that a waiver of final account and re- port of administration and a Peti- tion for complete settlement, pro- bate of Will, determination of heirs, and determination of in- heritance tax have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Ne- braska, located at Nelson, Ne- braska, on February 19, 1992 at or after 11:30 o'clock a.m. John A. Wheeland Clerk of the County Court SEAL DOWNING & ALEXANDER ' Attorneys at Law 355 N Commercial, Box 185 Superior, NE 68978 2-13-5-3c By Mrs. Alvin Petersen The CKLS Bookmobile was here Wednesday and left 96 chil- dren's books and 180 books for adults. Mrs. Harold Swartz entertained Mrs. Charles McLaughlin, Mrs. Walter Fisher and Mrs. Alvin Petersen at a bridge Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Sankey and Mr. and Mrs. Don Larson visited Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ch- elberg and family, Topeka, Satur- day. The Seven-up Club members met with Maxine Erickson, Bellev- file, Wednesday afternoon. Attending the WIFE steering meeting in Kansas City from Thursday until Sunday were Mrs. Bill Roe, Iona Tuley, Mrs. Kirk Ost, Mrs. Glen Atirand, Republic, Mrs. John Anderson, Jamestown, and Mrs. Richard Spiegel, Formosa. Edna S'ankey entertained the TAC Club Wednesday aftemoon. Mrs. Walter Fischer was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Isaacson and family were weekend guests in the Kermeth Simms home. Sun- day they were joined by Roger and Eddy Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Simms and Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Simms and Andrea. The Isaacson children remained through Monday. Sat- urday the above group attended the pre-opening of the new Bellev- ille Dairy Queen. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hefts were in Topeka for the weekend with the Tom Hosts family. Iona Tuley and Kristin and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hefts were among ( '..hose attending the Native Sons and Daughters banquet in Topeka Friday evening, honoring Mary- nell Reuse. Mrs. Charles Gunn celebrated her birthday Thursday at a care dinner. Those helping here cele- brate were Mrs. Glenwood Lin- den, Mrs. Charles McLaughlin and Mrs. Alvin Petersen. Elsie Noble observed her birth- day at Long Term Care Friday. Attending from here were Mrs. Walter Fischer, Mrs. Harold Swartz, Mrs. Glenn Farlee, Mrs. Charles McLaughlin and Virginia Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClure were in Branson, Me., a couple days last week. Sybil Rahe was a noon lunch guest of Geraldine Novak Thurs- day. Sunday lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sandell were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stafford and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson. Mrs. Dana Johnson visited her sister, Mrs. Michael Killean, Clyde, Tuesday. Margarette Habiger was in Sal- ina Tuesday, visiting ltr. and Mrs. Jim Habiger. Velda McCullough entertained at Sunday dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Beck and Lola Snyder, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Smith's birthdays. Margarette Habiger and Mar- garet Young were in Concordia to attend the travel show in the after- noon and dinner in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Birrell and Laura visited Velma Clark, Concordia, Sunday. Nora Local News By Meta Stiles Peggy Williams, Superior, was a ,visitor of Leona Anderson Fri- day evening. Saturday afternoon visitors were Ralph and Ellen Lanham and Lonnie and June Jones. Many attended the funeral for Charlie Anderson Thursday after- noon at the Nora Uvited Method- ist Church. Bill and Melba Lynch were in Hastings Tuesday. Bob and Rhea Kulek, Superior, were Saturday supper guests in the Lynch home. Sunday the Lynches met Gary and Jo Kubicek, Oak, at a Nelson care and had supper together. Don and Helen Gcbers accom- panied Gene and Twilla Frerichs, Superior, on a trip to North Caro- lina. Enroute there they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Tallcnt, San Springs, Okla., and with their family who were also guests. They returned home Tues- day aftemoon after two weeks in the southeastern states. Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer were guests of Marlin and Lisa Meyer and Cody Thursday for a belated care birthday supper for Mary Ann. Jamie Gebers was an overnight guest Sunday in the home of Dave and Sherry Gebers and Stacia. Mary Ann Meyer, Helen Gcbers and Alvin and ESna Epley were those from here w8b attended the Davenport Mercllts Fair Saturday afternoon. Adella Gebers attended the Friendly Neighborhood Club Wednesday afternoon in the home of Ncva Malpert, Nelson. Don and Helen Gebers were Saturday evening visitors in the home of her mother, Hattie Wulf,. and to visit with Mr,,Wulf's brother, , Harold Meyer, Blue' Springs, Me. He was enroute to Scottsbluff on business. Kevin and Carol Wulf and Jan went to Lincoln Saturday and were among the guests in the home of Mark and Diane Petersen, Amy and Krista to celebrate Krista's first birthday. Krista is a niece of Mrs. Wulf. Announcing..... Beth Lovegrove has joined Gale Mikkelsen Real Estate Co. 408 N. Central of Superior She has had her Nebraska sales license for 10 years. Bethand her family moved to Superior in August. Her husband is employeed at Scully Estates. They have two sons, Andy 8, and Christopher 4. Save 25% On All Fabric, Ribbon, Lace and Eyelet 18-inch Natural Grapevine Wreath *3.99 ea. eHeo**e Simplicity Patterns ................. . .. .. ........1/2 Price 4-oz. Spanish Moss ...................................... 99' pkg. $ 12-oz. Natural Raffin .......................... ,..; 5.99 pkg. Take An Extra 2!5 o Off All Ladies' and Children's Apparel Pepsi Products 8 Pack, 20 oz ........ I 12-Pack cansl $2 9 2 Liters $1"9 Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Slice, Diet Slice 7 UP Products 12 Pack ......... SRaa 2 Liters ........... 99* 7 Up, Diet 7Up, Squirt, Dr Pepper, Diet Dr Pepper Superior Activities| ._ Calendar ) Friday, Jan. 31:7 a.m., Red Caps, Elks Lodge, 8:45 a.m.; TOPS, 436 N. Commercial; 12 noon, Kiwanis, Elks Lodge. Monday, Feb. 3:9:15 a.m., Christian Women's Club prayer coffee, Senior Citizens Room; 6:30 p.m. Lions Club, Git-A-Bite; 7 p.m., Elks Lodge; 7-8:30 p.m., homework help night, United Methodist Church; 7 p.m., Daisy Girl Scouts, United Methodist Church. Tuesday, Feb. 4:9:30 a.m., Superior Chamber of Commerce general meeting, charnber office; 12 noon, chamber board of direc- tors, chamber office; 2 p.m., Overeaters Anonymous, Brod- stone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital. Wednesday, Feb. 5:5:45 p.m., TOPS, 436 N. Commercial; 7:30 p.m., prepared childbirth, Brod- stone Memorial Nuckolls County conference room. Thursday, Feb. 6:6:30 p.m., Smokers Anonymous, Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County con- ference room; 7:30 p.m., Re- bekahs. [I Thursday, January 30, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B ( Northbranch News ) By Ruth Glover There was only one visitor at Friends Church Sunday morning, Jan. 19. Becky Johnson, Salina, was visiting her sistcr, Misty Johnson, in the Glen Warner home and attended church with them. Special music was a solo by Joyce Martin. Children's church was in charge of Wanda and Tim Warner. Patsy Warner and 0aughtcrs, Misty "and Becky Johnson, at- tended the premiere of "O Pio- neers" at Red Cloud Saturday evening. The executive producer of the movie was present for the showing in Red Cloud of this movie of Willa Cather's novel by the same name. It was reported as outstanding. It will be televised Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ardean Jeffery were Saturday guests of their son, Marly, and family at their new home in Bennington. Mr. and Mrs. Kernfit Jeffery were weekend visitors of Juel and Randy Hughes and ftunily at Royal. Mrs.Hughes is their daugh- ter. The pastors, Karl and Joyce Highland News By Evelyn Honeycutt Highland Club will meet Feb. 5 with Laveta Porter. Because of bad weather, the club hasn't met since September. M r. and Mrs. Hans Christensen were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meyer Thursday at Mankato. Saturday, Jan. 18, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jacobitz joined Mr. and Mrs. Gary Myers, Red Cloud, at a care in Guide Rock t'or supper, cele- brating the anniversaries of both couples. Mrs. Ivan'Jacolzitz called on Mrs. Louis Nelson Tuesday after- noon. She visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bottcnfield Friday evening. Gayle Follmer, Lincoln, was was home for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Don Follmer. Mr. and Mrs. Follmer III II Secretarial Service COPIES, can reduce and enlarge YEARBOOKS - ART WORK- MANUSCRIPTS NEWS/.ETI-ERS - RESUMES - YOU NAME if!I! Let Us Type, Address and Mail Your Letters For You and Gayle visited Mr. and Mrs. gary Follmer, Superior, Sunday altcnioon and were suppr guests. Mr. and Mrs. Follmer were coffee guests Friday morning of Mr. and Mrs. Rori Porter. Mrs. Follmer allcndcd the luneral of Stella Klawittcr. Mr. and Mrs. Norbcrt l:lcck and Jodi, Edgar, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Por- ter, Sunday. Sunday, Jan. 19. Mr. and Mrs. LawrenceWillianasand Don went to Junction City to visit Mr. and Mrs. Steve Williams and family. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Willianls visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKeown and Dan. Mr. and Mrs. Williams were among those attending a housewarming for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Garmaq, Guide Rock. I III IIIIII II II I ,, ...... Cg!l 402-879-4341 or drop in at 306 N National.- Superior, Nebraska 68978 9:00 a.rn. 1o 4:oo p.m. Martin, accompanied the Ken Garmans to Haviland Sunday af- ternoon. The evening church serv- ice was a singspiration and shar- ing time in charge of Beth Jeffery. Several hunters from northeast Kansas were weekend guests in the Earl Buckley home. They didn't have good luck finding pheasants. Mr. and Mrs. Buckley attended a Gideon prayer break- fast in Superior Sunday. Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery went to Cuba one evening to attend a basketball ganm in which their grandson, Brian Shulda, was play- ing. They were overnight guests in the Shulda home. John Dillon entered the hospi- tal in Wichita Tuesday and had hip replacement surgery Wednes- day. He is getting "along satisfac- torily at this time but will be in the St. Francis Hospital another week. Earl and Lonnie Buckley and Curtis and Marilyn Jeffery visited in the LaVae Glover home Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. LaVae Glover attended the Twin Valley Conference wrestling tour- nament at Red Cloud Thursday evening. The only visitors at Friends Church Sunday morning were Angle Bouray .mad the twins, Bailey and Dexter, Oakley, who were guests of her mother, Lonnie Bucklcy, and husband. Special music was a violin solo by Becky McNichols with Rosetta Jeffery at the piano. Esther Dillon died at the Heft- tage I tome, Red Cloud, "after beiug there one month. The funeral is today (Thursday) at the North- branch Friends Church, 2 p.m, Mr. and Mrs. Kent McNichols from California and Mr. and Mrs. Ran Dillon from Kansas City came Fuesday to be with their father. Lester and Mary Snyder t:alled at the homes of John Dillon and LaVae Glover briefly Saturday evening. (Stereo) . News Weather Local and Regional Sports Paul Harvey ' .,Markets M,  ' Partyline _., NATIONAL RECORDING ARItSTS THE vOGUES JAN 30- FEB 2 CENTRAL NEBRASKA FONNER PARK ADMISSION ....... $2.50 Adults .......................... .... S1.00 Children (12 & under) ........... . . '. i ..... FREE Children under 6 ........... s,GE shows show HOURS 9PM ...... 9PM Thursday ..... 0PM to 10PM lhufsdoy ...... Friday ....... 6PM to IOPM Friday .... 4PM &9PM Saturday .... Noon to 10PM SaturdY 4PM" Sunday ...... Noon 1o 6PM Sunday .......... SPONSORED ANNUALLY BY CENTRAL NEBRASKA HOME BU ILDI:RS ASSOCIATION / PRESENf THIS couPON I ' $1 OFF ' I I I I ThursdaY, January 30 Only, I I Adult AdmisSion Per CoupOn ,,,,, -,- '" I i 5,,d,  nd. 'l uc.. l.. [  t,. ,I, l 'L "