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First Published March 12, 1992 set out Treasurer's Tax sale in The Superior Express Certificates Number 228, 229, Public Notices = =, In the District Court of dated July l, 19orSentember Nuckolis County, Nebraska. 1, 1988 and issued to and held by March12,1992 Tax Sale Certificate the plaintiff County, and to 12 in The March Forecloma Case No. 6259 foreclose all liens that the EPress in The Superior Expreas STATE OF NEBRASKA, plaintiff as holder of such NOTICE OF HEARING NUCKOLI COUNTY, SS: certificats is entitled to hayer Trust TO ALL PERSONS To the following named foreclose and to cause a sale of the RESIDING IN OR HAVING defendants in theabove entitled said prolrty to satisfy the an account and amount adjudged due against s administration, which the real estate and also quiet the Bet for hearing in the title to said real estate in the t 11:30 o'clock John A. Wheeland Court Leininger 3 -26-11-3c 12, 1992 Express A. Hull Trust an account and which set for hearing in the purchaser thereof and to bar and exclude all defendants of all rights, rifle, liens and interest in and to said real estate and for general equitable relief. You are required to answer said petition in the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, on or before May 4, 1992, or the allegations of the petition will be taken as true and the decree rendered ac- cordingly. The County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska By: Timothy S. Schmidt Nuckolls County Attorney 11-4c 1:30 o'clock John A. Wheeland of the County Court Leininger, 3-26-11-3c March 12 in The S. Boersma Trust that the an account and which in the 11-30 o'clock Fohn A. Whccland Court Leininger, 3 -26-11-3c March 12, 1992 Guardian- Incapacitated and thata been filed and is in the Nuckolis April clock a.m. iohn A. Wheeland County Court Bcltzer, 68978 3-26-11-3c 5, 1992 in r Express, Court of Nebraska. E. Mclllece, given that on the County aekolls County, Registrar issued Informal will of said C. is 24th Madison, Iowa, Patrick address is PO Iowa 5277? appointed b) r as Persona of the estate Estate vnust with this Court 5, 1992 or be 402-879-3233 Wheeland Court 11443 3-19-10-3c ANY INTEREST IN REAL OR PERSONAL PROPERTY LOCATED WITHIN THE FOLLOWING BOUNDARIES: Sections Five (5), Eight (8), and all of Section Fifteen (15) except for the SW4 of the SEI/4 of Section Fifteen (15), in Township Three (3) North, Range Five (5) West, All in Nuckollfi County, Nebraska. YOU are hereby notified that a hearing will be held on the request of petition signed electors who are owners of an interest in real or personal property assessed for taxation in the above described "Territory", and who are residing within the boundaries of such territory, stating their desire to be annexed to the Nelson Rural Fire Protection District pursuant to Nebraska Law No.35-514. Said bearing will be held on the 2nd day of April, 1992 at 9:00 a.m. at the Courthouse in Nelson, Nebraska. Nuckolls County , Board of Commissioners By: Selma Ferguson, County Clerk 3-29-11-2c First Published March 12, 1992 in The Superior Express ARTICLES OF AMENDMENT TO THE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF SHOP QWIK, INC. Pursuant to the provisions of Sections 21-2056 through 21-2062 of the Nebraska Business Corporation Act, the un- dersigned Corporatiotl adepts the following Articles of Amendment to its Articles of Incorporation: First: The name of the cor- poratiou is Shop Qwlk, Inc. Second: That the shareholders and Board of Directors of the Corporation deem it advisable and in the best interest of the Corporation that Article I of the Articles of Incorporatima be amended by revokingArricle I in its entirety, and substituting the following provision as a new Article I of the Articles of Incorporation: Article I The name of the corporation is: 8.Q.L Farms. Inc. Third: Consent, in writing on the 27th day of February, 1992, to the foregoing amendment has been given by all of the direc- tors and all of the holders of all of the shares entitled to vote on such amendment. Dated this 28 day of February, 1992. Shop Qwlk: Inc., a Nebraska corporation By: Berwyn Petersen President ATTEST: Betty Petersen Secretary 3-28-11-3c 'Most unusual visitor' roll call for Nora Methodist women The Nora United Methodist Women met at the church Wednesday afternoon for their regular meeting. Roll call was the most unusual visitor. It was reported Ruth Thayer sent 303 soup labels to the McCurdy school in New Mexico. Vella Bauman was in charge of the program, "Lovely as a Tree." Mrs. Thayer was hostess. The rest of the af- ternoon members quilted. Livestock Minerals... FREE From ADM Feeds STOCK UP NOW!!! M. in All Purpose Mineral - P ides a 2 to I rela- :sp btWn calcium androsphorus. rn,, "." znag Mineral. For use when magnesium -: oe deficient in native feedstuffs. The extra magnesium hcl reve n durm Sprinot:_ . ps p nt grass teta y ' g.the --to p;t contains 12% magnesium. The calcmm I'Mi_..P us ratio is3to I n t4:!4 sn this ; Mineral. The calcium to phosphorus ratio ,_ ." v, uquct is I to I The calcium and hos horus 'evels are lao ' - P P r'Min 12 " ' io. :12 Mineral The calcium tO rdaos OruS ratio .lkl Th .... " ........ r-- ph ' '- ca,clum and phosphorus levels are 12 %. issiu'n cd's .minerals are high in Vitamin A and '" an0 t .  . . Call or hey are fully enriched with trace manerals. Stop in for mor a qualify;._ details on FREE mineral wsth Will yor' purchase. You'll be lad ou did ... and so " UVCstock g Y ABDAL GRAIN CO. Todd Jensen 2 Box 4 1, Superior, Neb. PhOne 402-879-4836 MORE NUTRITION FOR YOUR MONEY. action, to-wit: Bankers Trust (Delaware), the Rural Housing Trust 1987-1 and all persons having or claiming any interest in Lots 17 and 18, Block 5, Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, real names unknown; and Carl Alvin Noren and --- Noren, his wife,, real name unknown, Bank of Niobrara and its successors in interest, real names unknown, and all per- sons having or claiming any interest in Lots 6 and 7, Block 36, Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, real names unknown; and Loren E. Noren and Ruth Noren, husband and wife, John Blythe and Donna Beth Blythe, husband and wife, and all persons having or claiming any interest in Lot A, Block 38, Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, real names unknown, and, the West 80 feet of Lot 2, Block 6, Hunter's First Addition to the town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebrka, real names unknown; and all persons having or claiming any interest in the North 150 feet of Lots 5 and 6, Block 39, East Superior, an addition to the Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, real names unknown; and all persons having or claiming any interest in Lot 1 and the North half bf Lot 2, Block 51, and that part of vacated Kansas Street described as follows: beginning at the Southeast corner of the north half of said Lot 2, running thence north in the east line of said Lot 2 to the northeast corner of said Lot 1, thence east 40 feet to the cent line of said vacated Kansas Street, thence south on said center line 87.5 feet, thence in a straight line northwesterly to the place of beginning, all in the Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, real names unknown. You and each of you are tiereby notified that yon have been sued in the District Court of Nuckolla County, Nebraska, by the County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska, a Plaintiff, the object and prayer of whose petition filed against you and the real estate above described is to foreclose against the description of real estate above Friendly Comers plans spring tea, bake and take day Friendly Corners E.H.U. met last Tuesday at the Forrnoso Senior Center with hostess Betty Howland. The meeting opened with the flag salute. Nine members answered roll call with a house cleaning hint. The spring tea will be March 31 at the senior center. Registration is from 1-1:30 p.m. The theme is "Now Made Over." Bake and Take Day is March 28. Members will visit a friend, shut-in or someone who just needs a "Hello" to brighten their day. The unit will entertain at the hospital April 7. Joyce Patrick, Ruby Stafford and Vera Dempsey will provide the en. tertalnment. The Health Clinic will be April 7 from 9 to 11 a.m., at the senior center. It is also a day to vote so the Health Clinic will be in the back room. The K.E.H.C. News article was read by Joyce Patrick. It was voted to buy marigold seed and give to each family tn town for a PRIDE beautification project. The unit voted to give the K.E.H.C. Fund. Deanna Sweat, Jewell County extension home economist, gave the lesson, "Choosing Lean meat." Jim and Margaret Duffey are leaving the community so an open house farewell was planned. The next meeting will be April 14 with Margaret Duffey in her new home at Belleville. Mrs. Dempsey will have the lesson. NEWHOURS ta b00t00e00.w Dr. J. G. Kozal and Superior Vision Clinic will be open Monday through Friday ' 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open Thursday evening until 7 p.m. starting March 19 Evening appointments are available Closed Saturday This week's report from the Mankato Livestock Commission Co. Mankato, Kan. Selling 969 cattle; feeder cattle lower. Stocker cattle steady to higher. Here are some sales: Cows and calves, by pair ................ up to 9 Whiteface steers ................. 410 Ibs. 11 Whiteface bulls .................... 500 Ibs. 21 Mixed steers ....................... 535 Ibs. 18 Mixed steers ....................... 485 Ibs. 4 Mixed steers ....................... 365 Ibs. 10 Mixed steers ....................... 560 Ibs. 21 Mixed steers ....................... 600 Ibs. 22 Mixed steers ....................... 565 Ibs. 16 Mixed steers ....................... 550 Ibs. 44 Mixed steers ....................... 640 Ibs. 124 Mixed steers ....................... 830 Ibs. 61 Mixed steers ....................... 835 Ibs. 21 Mixed steers ....................... 670 Ibs. 36 Mixed steers ....................... 830 Ibs. 34 Fleshy steers ....................... 760 Ibs .................. 76.00 15 Black heifers ....................... 765 Ibs .................. 74.80 11 Black steers ........................ 680 Ibs .................. 83.80 19 Holstein heifers ................... 450 Ibs .................. 81.25 8 Holstein heifers ................... 515 Ibs .................. 65.00 11 Holstein steers .................... 495 Ibs .................. 85.75 20 Holstein steers .................... 415 Ibs .................. 91.50 5 Holstein steers .................... 325 Ibs .................. 99.50 13 Mixed steers ..................... 1000 Ibs .................. 74.00 73 Mixed heifers ....................... 780 Ibs .................. 78.00 11 Holstein steers .................... 380 Ibs .................. 94.00 8 Holstein steers .................... 510 ibs .................. 82.00 Cows selling ................................... up to ................. 54.50 Bulls selling ..................................... up to ................. 63.25 ............. $950.00 ............... 100.00 ................. 89.50 ................. 97.25 ................. 99.00 ............... 107.00 ................. 92.50 ................. 91.50 ................. 95.75 ................. 92.25 ................. 81.25 ................. 76.90 ................. 78.90 ................. 63.50 ................. 79.30 MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY Andy Montgomery, owner 402-879-3004 Jon Rumil, fleldman 913-374-4482 Bill Logan, fleldman 913-378-3372 Thursday, IVim'oh 19, 1992 00Victormn?} Gay and elegant parlors or drawing rooms were the vogue in Victorian days. Overstuffed chairs and sofas provided ample sitting room, while little tables offered opportunity for display of all sort of artifacts and knickknacks. Upholstery colors and fabrics were rich and varied. Throws in contrasting colors often lined the sofa, while cushion, pillows and antimacassars were used on both chairs and sofas. Tables and pianos were covered with embroidered velvet, felt, wool, satin, plush or linen. Ends of the pieces would be fringed or. trimmed with lace. A fully draped and curtained parlor window included the cornice, an ornate valance covered with rich fabrics, curtains, undetcunains, shade, cords, tassels and drapery pins. The whole ensemble might cost hundreds of dollars. Drapery fabrics varied from silk brocade, damask, velvet, taffeta, tapestry, corduroy,plush, velour or satin to cretonne. Drapes were edged with rich braid trimming and ornamented by heavy cords and tassels. The undercurtains were of embroidered lace or muslin and could be looped back with glass curtain pins in the shape of fruit or flower, mounted on rich gilt foliage. The fireplace mantle might also be draped, as could the interior doors. Painted door panels provided another decorative touch. For instance, the panel background might display birds and apple blossoms on a gold background. Parlors also included a variety of spots for displaying myriad treasures from sea shells to statues. An etagere (cabinet of open shelves) was a frequentparlor piece, together with small tables, mantes and shelves, which might be in comers, hanging on midwall or over door openings. Items displayed varied with the interests of the householder, but often included china pieces, snuffboxes, medallions, incense burners, spoons and other souvenirs and bric-a-brac. Etchings, china plates and painted Japanese fans were used to decorate the walls, where an abundance of landscapes, oil portraits and prints also hung. This was the room where the mistress of the house entertained during her "at home" afternoons, with friends coming to call, having deposited their calling cards in a receptacle placed for that purpose either in the entry hall or in the doorway to the parlor. Tea and little cakes or sandwiches were proper fare. i Superir Activities| Calendar) Friday, March 20 8:45 a.m., TOPS, 436 N. Commercial; 12:00, Kiwanis, Elks. Saturday, March 21 Merchandise Fair. Monday, March 23 7:00-8:30 p.m., Homework help night, methodist church. Tuesday, March 24 2:00 p.m., Overeaters Anonymous, hospital; 7:30 p.m., Palmyra No. 27 Wednesday. March 25 5:45 p.m., TOPS, 436 N. Commercial; 6:30 p.m., Weight Watchers, hospital; Smokers Anonymous, hospital; 7:30 p.m., Prepared Childbirth, hospital conference room. 'lmday. March 28 11: 45 a.m., Economic Development, chamber office; 7:00 p.m., State Line Quilt Guild, presbyterian church. By Mrs. Calvin Meers bread, Jello. Senior Center News Thursday, games. Turkey Monday, Exercise, games, patty, baked potato, beets, Potato soup with bacon, cheese apple turnevwer. sandwich, juice, bar cookie. Friday, exercise. Pork cutlet, Tuesday, closed for blood- Mexicalicorn, coleslaw, plums. mobile. Van to Geneva Senior Meals and activities subject to Center. change without notice. Wednesday, exercise, cards. Doris Skinner and Ernie and Goulash, tossed salad, French Diane Blau and Angle attended Park Chiropractic Clinic THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B the musical, Oklahoma, presented by the Hastings High School last Monday evening. Mrs. Skinner's granddaughter, Kayla Skinner, was one of the seeend graders selected to be a cowgirl in the play. Shari Collins, Derek and Alysha, Omaha, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Keim, last Friday until Tuesday. Last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Sehroeder were Mr. and Mrs. Don Beck, Tregan and Tricla, Strang, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schroeder and Jesse. Gary and Janet Hild hosted a dinner for Laura McNerney for her first birthday which was March 5 and for John Hild's March 10 birthday. Guests were Robert and Jacki McNerney and Laura, Giltner, Jim and Marne Hild, Edgar, John Hild and Ray and Louise Hild, all of Benedict, Roni Harlem, Polk, and Milton and Gertrude Preston, York. Home Engineers Extension member, Donna Ficken, at- tended a workshop on microwaving protein foods and he,day cooking Feb. 28 and March 6 in Nelson. March 3 she worked in a food safety program providing information on health standards and food safety practices when preparing food for the public. The March 3 wbrkshop was at the Adams County Courthouse, Hastings. Dorothy Krogh, Ruskin, and grandson, Spencer Werner, Hickman, were recent visitors of Spencr's great- grandmother, Blanche Nelson. We prepare all Idnds of Income tax returns, from the simple to the complex. Whatever your tax situa- tion, we can handle It. I II III BI.OOR i 120 W FOURTH SUPERIOR, NEB. 402-879-3311 BYRON LIONS CLUB Tractors 1962 Ford 901 diesel tractor, good cont/on WD All/s tractor Guns New Remington Model 78 270, varl- able scope Browning Auto 5 Iht 12, made/n Begum, good pe Ithaca 12-gauge trap gun, grade 4E. good shape 2 Spr/ngfleld trap doors, 1878, good shape Vehicles and Motorcycles 1983 Ford Club van IT. V8, cru/se, ah-. new Urea, dual tanks. excellent c(mdit/on 1978 Mercury Cougar 1977 Dodge van 1977 Oldsmobile Delta 88, good shape 1976 Chevrolet 3/4-ton 2-wheel dr/ve 1975 Chrysler Newport, runs good. nearly new brakes 1958 Ford. 2 I/2-ton truck. 275 graty b 1977 Suzuki GS 400 motorcycle, 6,6O0 mflea 350 Honda motorcycle 175 Honda motorcycle Household and Miscetlaneous 4 Natural gas heating stoves 6-R. cner dry bar RCA )if,100 color tdev/slon, works okay. good for VCR or Nintmdo 3-ft. x 5-ft. kitchen table, one leaf K/ table, four cha 2 couches Green reel/net chair Belge reel/net chair with vrator Bee overstuff chair Hot Pnt 4,OOO BIU 115 window atr conUoner, works good 220 Alr ondiUoner. 23.000 B'tU Wall curio, 28tn. x8/n. x29 In. New cedar t, 4 R. x20/rL x 18 in. Fred=re portab dh Vzmore washg mach Rdr=at, work, Medicine cabinet Kirby vacuum with attachmenm LUNCH SERVED BY BYRON HONS CLUB Croley combination radio and record player and records Hubbard clock Uurphy clock Console stereo Canon 35 MM camera Glass shower door for tub 6 42-/n. x46An, mobile home win- dows with storm windows Charcoal grill, good Wtsh wdl 9-ft. x 7-ft. aas garage door Plne wood framea Small plcnlc table Adult-size sleep/rig bag 8-track tape player New MaJesUc fireplace screen with gs door Auger and Grain Equipment 1989 Sukup rotary gra/n cleaner, com, an. ghum sereen 52-/I. 8dn. auger, PTO dr/ve 51-11. 7 I/2-tn. Quaker PTO auger 42-11. 6-/n. John Deere auger, I0 h.p. Wlscons/n motor, good 12-ft. 4-1n. auger with eleclrtc motor Livestock Equipment  g Husky hog feed 6-t twin feed mixer 2 S/ngle-sow houses with platform 3 Ch/cken v0osta 10 Hog pands Bailed wire Woodm posts and hedge posts 2 10-fi. x 16-ft. hog sheds Vons hog pane 3 Hog lf-feedem Wooden feed btmk Cbicken neam Propane  brooder heater Creosote posts Steel posts Cattle ear tagger Round bale feeder 1.000-gallon Sukup supplement tank on sklds Irrigation Equipment II 4-/rich x 40-ft. alumlnum p/pc with sprWade Bdt drlve gear head Farm Equipment D/ckey John 6-row planter mc/tor cable Front center p/ece for John Deere 484O fi-ont axle 2 20.8x38 John Deere dual rlms 2 200-gallonTr/mne saddle tanks and saddles 9 H.p. Brlggs and Slxatton gasoline mote 2 New lO0-gaHon trmler sprayers, 15-R. boom, complete New sprayer parts, guns, etc. New feeder house cha/n to fit John Deere 6600 Double drill bitch 2-rv, 3-pt. Dempster llster 4 -14-in. 3-pt. Maesey plow 2-row mounted Massey Ferguson culthrator 10-fl. Kratme tandem disk New Holland baler 34-fl. Crustlmster John Dce manure spreader, bad floor Heavy-duty Omk Tach 3-pt. cat- ogory 3 1981 New Holland 1100 14-R. serf- proped swather and Jolm De 500 baler 8 x 12 John Dee drill, stesl wheek New Holand 675 tandem axle spzsdor IHC No. 55 17-R. high clearance chtsel John Deere 10-ft. chll Krause 12-11. tandem dk Case 3-14 plow John Deere 16x8 gra/n drlll New H.D. rear axle. fits 6600-7700 er 20 serlea c-oade 6 No-till coulters for John Deeere e planter, I/ke new 5-11. Serv shredder, 3-pt. or 2-pt. 6-rv 30-ta. godg with tap saver 6-row B/g Ox stalk clpper. Ice 5-ft. pull-type ConUnental shred- der 5-pt. Bush Hog shredder Massey Feason 560 big round baler 2 Ford 3-bottom plows Ford 7-11. mow John Deere 5.11. shredder Ford ll-ft. diak 3-pt. 15-R.  tooth 3-pt. 3-sectlma harrow 3-pt. 6-ft. blade 3-pt. dirt scoop Ford small square baler Dempeter 4-zv llster Dempster 3-pt. cultivator Sportmg Goo Coleman 2-man bass boat; mvivel seata 28-pound trontng motor Water sk/s 1,300 BTU kermene heater 40-gallon gasoline tank for 75 Dodge Edo motor home Lawn Mowers and GLden Equipment 1983 Snapper riding mow. 8 h.p,. 28-in. blade. Snapper Thatch- erlzer, excellent shape Ar/ens rlding mower, 8 h.p. Snapper r/dU mower Mantgome Ward mower M/seellaneous push mowers, r/d-  and gardm tr 2 Garden tillers, need work 8 h.p. Brig and Stratton hori- zontal eng/ne. Just ovhauled Scott's lawn fertfl/zer spreader Trailers and Trailer Parts 7-ft. x 18-ft. flatbed gooseneck trailer, new, double axle, home- built 4 10-ha.-22-/n. Budd semi wheels and tlrea P/ckup box trsller, 3/4-ton, ces over tool bL L shape, dual compartment fuel tank 40-fl. trailer house frame, 2 axles Traller axle and hubs Pup trailer. 15 1/2-11. combina- t/on bax, holst, a/r brakes, tele- scoptng tongue, good Urea and duals. 450-bushel New 24-11. flatbed trailer, beavor taft Hay 24 Bales 1991wheat hay 40 to 50 bales square wheat straw Miscellaneous Miller.portable generator welder. new 400-watt generator, new Truck ho/st and pump for 14-11. x 16-11. bed with complete buflt- c frame Gallec type 334 double cyllnde truck bolst for 10-11. x 12-11. bed with pump Chevrolet p/ckup frmt bumper, fits 73-79 Cress over tool box for small plckup 28-fl. WemeX heavy-duty extenslon ladder AM-FM Delco car radio w/th cas- sette player 1/4-h. steel cable Gtrls' bicycle, needs tires New 3/8 Clayton Mark gas shutoff valve 75 8-1n. cement blocks 20 14-11. I/n. x6ha. 50 to 75 used car, plckup and truck t/res Many other Items to be eon=igned by sale dr. AI annouaeamenta day of sale take preeedenee over printed material Loade trmtor  e itm sulO't to prior ulz. Items mwt be removed tom property by I Sl. Yntt: h. No prmrty mmov uOl mttll for. All property at Irides r whm bM off: Nat rlnit for aeeidenta, theR or typograpldd enm TI la mr a iml Ilg. Atioaal zougmmmt w ! talum up   m. Per information oalh Greg Eltzmann, SXS.361-2843 Wayne lfamnl, 402-236-8870 .Cooperative Business Ammtlon 4o2-2,-aese Byron Lions Club Auetloneem: Gale Mikkelsen tad Bad Elting