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Obituarit Alvera Olena Alvera Olena, 85, of Hastings died Friday at Perkins Pavilion, Good Sa- maritan Village, in Hastings. Her fu- neral will be held 10 a.m.. Saturday. at All Saints Chapel in Hastings with the &apos;Rev. Charles Johnson officiating. In- Jerment will be Monday at Ft. • McPherson NationafCemetery at Max- ":well, Neb. Visitation is today (Thursday) and +Friday at the Williams Funeral Home Tn RedCloud, aiid • Saturday at All Saints Chapel. Alvera M. Olena, the daughter of Matilda C. (Larsen) and Niels M. Jensen. was born June 16, 1924. on the family farm near Ruskin. Alvera received her formal educa- tion attending Beach District in Nuck- oils County and graduated from Supe- rior High School. Through her dedica- tion and perseverance she earned her LPN nursing degree. She was employed for a time-as a waitress in Superior. After earning her LPN degree, she worked as a nurse in Superior. Geneva and Hastings. Alvera was united in marriage with Floyd Keith Olena at Burr Oak. Floyd preceded her in death on April 4. 1990 while they were living at Geneva. She later moved to Hastings where she was a member of First St. Paul Lutheran Church. Alvera's mother died at a young age and following her death she pro- vided care for the entire family. She was also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the V F.W. La- dies' Auxiliary. In her leisure time she had enjoyed bowling. Preceding her in death were her parents: her husband. Floyd; sisters. Ellen Jensen and Helen Grummert. and brothers. Harvey, Harlan and EIdon Jensen. Surviwirs include her brother. Andy Jensen. Columbus. Neb.. and her step- children. Williams Funeral Home. Red Cloud. is in charge of arrangements. Kenneth Hobelman Kenncth L. Hobclman, 78. the son of Albert and Irene BostehnanJ Hobehn an. was born on June 23.193 I. on a l:arnt southeast of B ron. He was one of five children bor 1 to his parents. He died Thursday at Blue Valley Luth- .eran Nursing Home in Hebron. .... He attended cotflilry school in Byron :'and was a 1950 superior High School "graduate. He enffJ]led in aseminary but was drafted into the US Army serving his country during the Korean War. His specialty was anti-aircraft Lasting wz!ue artillery. He served two years in Korea from 1952-1954. He worked at Alexander Motors in Superior. was serviee department man- ager at a dealership in Hastings; and operated a car dealership in Deshler. In 1972. he sold his dealership in Deshler and purchased the Hebron Motors dealership. In 1981 he began K & J Trucking and trucked grain from Bruning to Oklahoma and Texas He was a Hebron Chamber of Com- merce member and president of the Deshler Chamber of Commerce. He was a member of Hebron Lions Club and served as club presdient. He was preceded in death by his parents: his first wife. Joan Hobelman: and one sister. Eunice Pittack. He is survived by his wife. Jeanette, of Hebron: two sons. Terry Hobehnan. Omaha. and Alan Hobelman. Hebron: a step-son, Donald Miller, North Platte: two brothers. Emery Hobelman. Bladen. and Gene Hobelman. Lincoln. Neb.: one sister. Mrs. Paul Edwards (Denelda) of Hardy; 11 grandchildren: Robin and Mi ndy Hobelman,'Heather. Amber, D.J., Caleb, Bailey and Nicho- las MilleT. Karisa and Charlene Richardson. and Paige Cottam: and one great-grand child. Tucker Lane Schott. His funeral was held on Saturday at the New Life Assernbly in Hebron will1 Pastor Tim Boatright officiating. Pallbearers were Gary Nelson. Dean, Delmar, Way ne Hobelmann and Gene Hobelman and Roger Marquart. Honorary bearers were Robin and Mindy Hobehnan. Heather, Amber. D.J., Caleb, Bailey and Nicholas Miller. Karisa and Charlene Richardson. Paige Cottam. and Tucker Lane Schott. Interment was in the Rose Hill Cem- etery at Hebron with military honors by Hebron American Legion Post # 180 and the Nebraska National Guard. Price Funeral Home of Hebron was in charge (/1" the arrangements. Courthouse News Nuckolls County .Ill District Court Linda Scheuerman vs. Kelly Schenerman. pelition for dissohltion of marriage. Susan K. McCutchan vs, Wi liam W McCutchan. petition for dissola- tion of mamage. Tamara J Gruszka-Roe vs. Gregg J. Roe, petition for dissolution of mar- riage. company you trust! tet˘00 HOME COMFORT S YS TEMS InnovatDn never felt so good. TM S D Fertilizer, LLC . ILb Doing business as Superior Deshler ighway'm'/Aw 8 East • Superior, Neb. 68978 • (402) 879-4749 b< ia*'a If you are not receiving The Superior Express each week you are missing the news. features and pictures repornng on the lives of your fliends and neighboi's. Tl-ae Bxp00 Stop by or mail your order to either of our offices! 148 E. Third St.* PO Box 408. Superior. Neb. 68978 - 402-879-3291 or 111 E. Main. Mankato. Kan. 66956 • 785-378-3191 One Year in Nebraska 823 ° One Year in Kansas S9.4.50 [Kansas subscriptions include sales tax of area where being delivered) One year in Other States $34 Subscribe Today! [ 1 Name Please send a subscription of The Superior Express to: t "I Address ,City  Amount gilt from: State _ Zip New Renewal For sale: Calf Shelter Portable, 9 x 20-ft and just in time for the 2010 calving season Contact Gene or Travis Stop in or call G T Metal Lawrence, Neb. 402-756-7835 Ethan G. Howard vs. Charlotte E. Taul-Howard, petition for dissolution of marriage. Tracey R. Stafford vs. Cameron R. Stafford. petition for dissolution of marriage. Traffic Warren S Smith. Superior, over- weight tandem axle, $t 50: exceed tire weight rating, $50 Brent D. Miller. Nelson, speeding; $75 Civil Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Donald Nelson, Powell, Neb.;judg- ment entered. Accredited Collection Service. Inc. vs. David J. Bruns. Ruskin, judgment entered. Credit Bureau Services. Inc. vs. Tammy Reiman-Imler. Hardy, judg- ment entered. Farmers and Merchants Bank, Su- perior vs. Mark L. White and Dawn R. White, Superior, judgment entered Criminal David C. Bowlin. Lincoln. theft of services, bound over to district court. James P. Bailey, Superior, burglary, bound 5ver to district court. Ramon Aguilera, Superior, assault 3rd degree. $100 and 7 years in jail. Kathy N. Pedersen. Superior, cri mi- nal mischief. $100 Joshua I. Edwards. Hardy, refuse to submit to test - 1st offense, $500. 7 days in jail. driver's license revoked for 6 months Darrel Figgins. Red Cloud. issue bad checks 5 times: $250 and pay res- titution. Shawn P. Leckenby, Sutton, issue bad check: $50. Real Estate Transfers Greg Meyer, Coleen Meyer to Misi Lea Robinson, Lots 5, 6, 7.8, 9 and I 0 in Block 4. M. S. Storers Park Addition to Nelson. Craig Meyer, Sheri Meyer to Misi Lea Robinson, Lots 5.6, 7, 8, 9 and I 0 II II I I I I in Block4. M. S. Storers Park Addition to Nelson. Misi Lea Robinson to Brian E. Grueber, Sharon J. Grueber. Lots 5, 6. 7.8.9 an110 in Block 4. M. S. Storers Park Addition to Nelson. Vincent W. Ostdiek. Evelyn J. Oadiek to Kenneth Ostdiek, Jr.. Shan- non K. Ostdiek, SE 1/4 5-3-7• Kathryn A. Zuspan. trustee of the Kathryn A. Zuspan Trust Agreement. to Roger Kohmetscher. Neeiy Reed. Lot 9. 10. 1 I and 12 in Block 6. Origi- hill Town of Lawrence. °'vCecelia A. Herbek by Albert Herbek, Jr., attorney-in-fact, to Roger Kohmetscher. Neeiy Reed, Lots 9. 10, I t and 12 in Block 6. Original Town of Lawrence. Debra S. Atchison to Terrance L Benson. Lot 10 in Block 10, Original Town of Nelson. Carlson Reports-District 38 By Senator Tom Carlson iiiii ii Margo and I recently attended the Elwood Chamber of Commerce meet- ing and the Harlan County Farm Bu- reau meeting and dinner• We enjoy .these meetings with our consntuent friends, and a chance to discuss legis- lative issues and answer questions. Last week I spoke at the Corn Growers annual meeting luncheon held at Lin- coln. • The 10 days of bill introduction have passed and the legislature is de- bating bills on the legislative chamber tloor in the morning and holding hear- ings in the afternoon. A bill by Omaha Sen. Mello concerning the reporting requirements for political party com- mittees under the Nebraska Political Accountability and Disclosure Act cre- ated quite a discussion last week be- fore it was killed on a vote of 25-12. The bill specified that political party i NOTICE OF committees file the same campaign reports as other committees. Current law has more stringent requirements for independent committees. The ag committee, which meets on Tuesdays, voted to advance LB 909. which would insert some much needed clarification into our fence law. Most importantly, the bill seeks to remove ambiguity created by rewsions in the fence law enacted in 2007 that left confusion over whether adjoining land owners shared equal liability for the costs and other responsibilities associ- ated with building and maintaining fences on property division lines. The share in cost. construction• and main- tenance will be 50/50. The bill will also insert legislative findings of con- temporary societal benefits of division fences beyond inerely restraining live- stock• The Natural Resources Commit- tee. on which I serve, heard two bills concerning hunting and killingofwild ani reals. LB 747. introduced by Sen. Loudon, would permit the killing of mountain lions and other predatory animals without permission from the Game and Parks Commissmn if the anifnal is in the process of stalking, killing or consuming livestock on the landowner's property, LB 836 would modify current deer hunting provisions to further decrease the excessive and disruptive deer population in the state. LB 836 con- tams provisions allowing for land- owners to eliminate deer caught caus- ing destruction to the property,with- out the need lbr a permit. Another section of the bill allows for night hunting with spotlights so as to fur- ther expand the time that hunters may pursue the deer population. The com- mittee has taken no action on either bill. A bill of rural interest that passed first round debate would allow mini- trucks on all Nebraska roads except Thursday, February. 4. 2010 the interstate, expressways, and free- ways. UTVs, often called side by sides, are a larger version of an ATV. The law would treat them like ATVs and allow them on county roads for agricultural business, with lights and safety flags, and on streets of towns that have ordinances permitting them. A,lthough the bill appears headed for passage, it would not become effec- rive until Jan. 1. 2011. SHS students earn academic all-state awards for fall 2009 The Nebraska School Activities Association has announced the names of students earning academic all-state awards for the fall 2009 semester. The award program recognizes students who lneet the criteria i:or nomination by their school. The Ibllowing stu- dents fl'om Superior High School have been taonored: Ty Rempe and Laura Teachworth. r THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A cross country; Andrew Brittenham and Alex Thayer. football: Melissa Guilkey and Alison Hawley, golf: Victoria Simonsen and Tyler Strobl, play pro- duction: Stacia Gebers an.d Montana Hayes, volleyball. Nominated students must be var- sity players or organizational leaders who have played significant roles on the team or in the organization. Stu- dents lntist have cumulative grade point averages of at least a 3.7 on a 4.0 scale. A sclaool may nominate two students for each NSAA-sponsored activity durim, the school year. This newspaper available on the internet at htto//www.superiorne.com II ii We sell office supplies! Superior Publishing Company 402-879-3291 i i Game Special Food Mixes Buy 1, Get I Half Off Includes: Sou?s. Breads Dips and Cheeseball mixes Stock up for all your party get-togethers! • (;(Its • Foods • G!fi Baskets Cottonwood Cottage Over tile river...(hlc mile st)uth of Su Derior on H 14 & title mile west Oll tile s,,uth side Ilf tilt, rolld JAN IENSEN, OWNER BUSINESS: 402-879-4440 ° HOME: 402.879-4906 HOURS: TUESDAY THROt GH FRIDAY 11 A.M. - 6 P.M. SATURDAY 10 A.M,-5 P.M. BUDGET HEARING AND BUDGET SUMMARY State of Nebraska Budget Form - NBH-School District Statement of Publication SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS (65-0011)in NUCKOLLS County, Nebraska PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, in compliance with the provisions of State Statute Sections 13-501 to 13-513, that the governing body wil meet on the Jay of o'clock, PM, at HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY for the purpose of hearing support, opposition, criticism suggestions or observations of taxpayers relating to the following proposed budget andto consider amendments relative thereto. The budget detail is available at the office of the Clerk/Secretary during regular business hours. ..... . Clerk/Secretary FUNDS Actual Disbursements & Transfers 2007-2008 (1) . ...... ! ................. General $ 5,328,901.00 Depreciation Employee Benefit $ 12,603.00. $ 2,565.00 Actual/Estimated Disbursements & Transfers 2008-2009 (2) -$ 5,975,132.00 Budgeted Disbursements & Transfers 2009-2010 (3) $ 6,270,026.01 $ 21,937.00 $ 67,400.00 $ $ 62,000.00 Contingency $ $ $ Activities School Lunch Bond Special Building Qualified Capital Purpose Undertaking Cooperative $ 228,334.0• 0. $ $ 12,274.0• 0. $ 420.000.00 $ 217,500.00 $ $ 15,000.00 $ 67,700.00 $ 87,999.00 $ 76,681.00 $ 67,578.00 $ 534,574.O0 $ 245,700.00 _.$ 270,046.00 $ 141,100.00 $ 87,999.00 Student Fee $ $ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 $ $ TOTALS $ 6,905,268.00 $ 5,926,187.00 _ . $ 7,778,845.00 Fee and Delinquent Tax Allowance Necessary Cash Reserve (4) , , 460.512,00 Total Perso hal and Rea Property Tax Requirement Total Available Resources Before Property Taxes (6) (7) (5) $ $ 4,485,934.00 $ 2 267,050.04 67,400.00 67,705.00 $ $ 90,046.00 $ 1,800.00 $ 18L800.00 $ 69.874.00 $ 813,631.00 $ 100,000.00 $ $ 48,774.00 1 $ 121.200.00 $ 25.446.04 $ 2,570,050.04 $ 725,632.00 _% _$ $ 1,249,063.00 $ 6,483,304.00 Total Personal and Real Property Tax Requirement For Bonds i$ 121,200.00 I • Total Personal and Real Property Tax Requirement for ALL Other I $ 2,448,850.041 i i iii i i [ NOTICE OF AMENDED BUDGET HEARING AND BUDGET SUMMARY i State of Nebraska Budget Form - NBH-School District Statement of Publication • SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOl  ir :=i./m NUCKOLLS County, Nebraska PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, in compliance " • ,,e provisions of State Statute Sections 13-501 to 13-523, that the governing body wil meet on the 8 day of FEBRUARY, 2009 at 7:30 o'clock, PM, at HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY for the purpose of hearing support, opposition, criticism, suggestions or observations of taxpayers relating to the following proposed AMENDED budget and to consider amendments relative thereto. The budget detail is available at the office of thelert/Secretary during regular business hours. The budget needs to be amended to reflect the Bond Issuance for the Special Building Fund in the+amount of $8,050,000. The initial payment also needs to be made in June and will be taken from the proceeds of the bond. PROPOSED AMENDED BUDGET General Depreciation FUNDS ' , ,,I Employee Benefit Contingency Activities School Lunch (.aualitled Capital Purpose Undertaking Cooperative Student Fee U TOTALS Actual Disbursements & Transfers ' 2007L'008 (1) .. $ 5,328,901.00 $ 12;603.00 $ 2,565.00 S $ 197,251.00 $ 228,334.00 $ 76,681.00 $ 67,578.00 S $ 5,926,'187.00 Actual/Estimated Disbursements & Transfers 2008-2009 (2) $ 5,975,132.00 $ , 21,937.00 S S $ 420,000.00 $ 217,500.00 15,000.00 $ 67,700.00 $ 87,999.00 $ 100,0oo:oo $ 6,905,268.00 Budgeted Disbursements & Transfers 2009-2010 (3) $ 6,270,026.00 $ 67,400.00 $ 62,000.00 $ 534,574.00 $ 245,700.00 $ 126,755.00 $ 8,320,046.00 $ 141,100.00 $ 87,999.00 $ 100,000.00 $ 15,828,845.00 Necessary Cash Reserve (4) $ 460,512.00 $ 5,705.00 $ $' 8,440.00 $ 48,774.00 $ 725,632.00 $ $ 1,249,063.00 Total Available Resources Before Property Taxes (5) $ 4,485,934.00 $ 67,400.00 $ 67,705.00 $ $ 534,574.00 $ 254,140.00 $ :1.26,755.00 S $ 69,874.00 $ 813,631.00 $ lOO,OOO.OO 14,533,304.00 Fee and Delinquent Tax Allowance (6) $ 22,446.04 Total Personal and Rea) Property Tax Requirement (7) $ 2,267,050.04 _ • $1,8oo.oo $ 1,200.00 $ 121,200.00 $ 25,446.04 $ 2,570,050.04 Clerk/Secretary Total Personal and Real Property Tax Requirement For Bonds Total Personal and Real Property Tax 2,448,850.04 I