Newspaper Archive of
The Superior Express
Superior, Nebraska
April 1, 2010     The Superior Express
PAGE 7     (7 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 7     (7 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 1, 2010

Newspaper Archive of The Superior Express produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Thursday, April 1 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Public Notices (First publiched March 18. 2010 in the Superior Express) Notice of Incorporation Notice i s hereby given that the un- dersigned formed a corporation under the Nebraska Business Corporation Act. 1. The name of the corporation is DLM. Inc. 2. The address of the registered office of the corporation is 1123 Road 4900. Ruskin. Nob., 68974 and the registered agent at thai address is David L. Meyer 3. The objects and purposes,of this corporation are to establish, main- tain. conduct and engage in any and all businesses, projects and matters allowable under the laws of the state of Nebraska and to do any and all things necessary or convenient to the accomplishment of those pur- poses. 4. The amount of capital stock autho- rized i s $10.000 di vided into I 0.000 shares at a par value of $1 each. When issued, each share of stock shall be fully paid for in mane) or in property or m servtces rendered to the corporation at its reasonable and fair value to be determined by the board of directors. 5. The corporation commenced busi- ness on March 10. 2010 and has perpetual e:istence. 6. The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a board of no less than two directors, by a president. secreta/y and treasurer and such other officers for which the bylaws may provide. David L. Meyer, Incorporator Dianne K. Meyer, llac0rporator Lance J. Johnson (Bar I13 No. 15089 Germer, Murray and Johnson Attorneys at Law 137 Main Street. PO Box 210 Bruning, Neb.. 68322 402-353-2665 I I-3c ....................... (Fi#wt I)ublished on Mar('h 18 2010 in The Sul)erior KrlJress J Legal Notice In the District court of Nuckolls County. Neb. Regarding: Nalne change of Walker Evans Erick :Case No. CI 10-6 Notice is hereby gve that on the 8th day of February, 2010. a petition was filed in tile district court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska that object and prayer of which is to change a minor child's name from Walker Evans Erick to Walker Evans Cool. A hearing will be had on said peti- tion before the Honorable Vicky L. Johnson in the district court of Nuck- oils County in Nelson. Nob., on the 6th day of-April. 2010 at 11:15 o'clock or as sooil thereafter as will be convenient for tile couri and that un- less sufficient cause is shown m the conn'ary the minor child's munc will be claan,,ed fronl that of Walker Evans Erick to W'alker Evmls Coot. Tonya D. Coo] Petitioner 517 E. Fourth St. Superior. Nob.. 68978 Wayne L. Garrison I Bar ID No. I 1443 t Garrison and Garrison 155 S. Main Box 385 Nelson. Nob.. 68961 I I-3c Notice of Incorporation of Gail Kleen Electric. Inc. Pursuant to the provisions at tile Nebraska Business Corporation Act. Notice of Incorporation is hereby given as l-'ollows: I. The name of the corporation is Gall Kleen Electric. Inc. 2. Tile address o1 tile registered office of the corporation is 520 Elk Street, Ruskin, Nebraska 68974. 3. The general nature of the busi- ness to be transacted by the corpora- tion shall be tile transaction of any and all lawful business for which corpora- tions may be incorporated under the provisions of the Nebraska Business Corporation Act. 4. The amount of capital stock au- thorized is one hundred (100  shares of common stock of the par value of one hundred ($100.00) dollars per share, which stock shall be held, issued, sold and paid for at such time and upon such terms as may be determined, from time to time. by the board of directors of the corporation. 5. The time of commencement of the corporatton is March 18, 2010 and the corporation shall have perpetual existence. 6. The affairs of the corporation are to be conducted by the board of direc- tors and by the president, the secretary and the treasurer. Gall Kleen Incorporator Wayne L. Garrison - 11443 Garrison & Garrison 155 S Main - Box 385 Nelson, Neb., 68961 (402) 225-2341 12-3c Published A/)ril I. 2010 in The Superior Expressp Proceedings of The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners March 22. 2010 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met March 22.2010 in the board meeting room at tile court- house. Nelson. Nob.. per recess of March 15.2010. Carman. B'rown and Combs present [ix tile meeting. Tile agenda of said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meet- ing and was posted in the county clerk's office and on the coumy website. Carman announced the 'Open Meet- ings Act Law" as posted in the com- mtssioners boa,'d meeting room and handouts are available. The board rec0nvened at 9:00 a.m. Chairman Carman approved theagenda and the March 15.2010 minutes, Tile following corresponde nee was submitted to /he board m advance of tile mectine: Trailblazer RC & D agenda for March 22. 2010 and tile minutes from February 22. 2010: the 2009 annual report for Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska. Moll Wehrman. emergency man- ager met with tile board to gtve an update on the FEMA Disaster Relief grant. Nuckolls County has applied for .grant monies to help in the relief of the December 2009 snow storm cleanup. FEMA is now offering a second disas- ter relief grant. Wehrman and Gary Warren. assistmlt highway superinten- dent has been working on the process. Wehrman requested the purchase of a GPS photo digital camera. This camera will get GPS coordinates for the spot of the picture. Wehrman noted HOME COMFORT S YS TEMS Innovation never felt so good. TM Pay for themselves//7 sa vines/ S D Fertilizer, LLC. Doing business as Superior Deshler Highway 8 East Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4749 ENERGYWlSE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF TNGE CURRENT ENERGYWISE INCENTIVES " I Contact us or your local power utility ond become EnergyWise today. Nebraska Public Power District Al,a ys there when you need ts Together with your locnl oower ulilJiy. this will also be compatible with the assessor's GIS Workshop software. The cost to purchase this camera is $1.815. The camera is a Ricoh 500SE with compass-GPS and the required software. The board gave their ap- proval to purchase this camera through the civil defense budget. The board received the resignation of Gary James as the Nuckolls County Veteran's Service officer. His Resig- nation is effective March 31. 2010. Gary Warren. assistant highway superintendent and Cindy Buescher. executive secretary met with the board to discuss the current activities of tile and Deweese Sand & Gravel for 2010 gravel prices. Carman. Brown and Combs all voted aye. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 11:30 a.m. until March 29. 2010. Danny K. Carman. Chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum County Clerk 13- I c (First published on March 18, 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice In the county court of Nuckolls County, Neb. county road department. Warren gave Estate of John R. Troudt. deceased an update on the Oak South stimulus Estate No. PR08-25 project. Warren noted the road Notice is hereby given that a final maintainers are out grading county account and report of administration roads. The work on the Superior Road and a petition for complete settlement. Shop is almost complete. The project adjudication of intestacy and determi- of the crack sealing for the two county asphalt roads. Superior west one mile and the Superior south one mile. is complete. Warren discussed with the board other miscellaneous road de- partment activities. A motion was made by Carman and seconded by Combs to approve the submitted quote from Whitmore-Lawn Service for tile 2010 courthouse lawn mowing and lawn care service for $150.00 per mowing and $350.00 per application of weed control spraying. Carman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. It was noted these rates are the same as last ) ear. JeffHutchinson. Superior Extermi- nating met with the board to announce tile start of his new business and to ask tile board for consideration in allowing him to ofrer his extcrlninating SOlVices. Currently tile county has a contract with Orkin of Grand Island which was signed on May 19. 2009. No decision was made at this time. Tim Schmidt. county attorney met with the board to discuss the farm lease that the county currently has with Tad Frahm. Review of the current lease agreement shows tile lease expi,ing on Feb. 28. 201 I. No action taken. The board also requested the update on tile agi'eement with the Nuckolls County Fair Board [i)r rental agreements. Sclmtidt noted thal tile agreemenl is ready to be typed. At 11:00 a.m. the county board opened the gravel bids submitted lbr the 2010 year. One bid was received from Dewcese Sand and Gravel. A motion was made by Corlllan and sec- onded by Combs to accept the bid as submitted between N uckolls County nation of heirs have been filed and are set for hearing the the county court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. located at Nelson. Neb.. on April 13,2010 at 9:30 a.m Richard L. Howe Personal Representative 3879 Rd. B Superior, Neb. 68978 402-759-5484 Randall Alexander (BarlD No. 15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial. PO Box 185 Superior, Nob., 68978 402-879-4751 I 1-3c I IIII I I Oak By Phyllis Schmitt Superior Pharmacy 348 N. Central Ave. Superior, Neb, 68978 H eal.t h M a rt 402-879-4234 PHARMACY Open 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday Open Thursday evening to 7:30 p.m. This week at tile FirsL Colrununity Church there will be men's Bible study, ladies Bible study, men's breakfast on Saturday morning, Easter sunrise scr- vtces at 8 a.m. with breakfast tallow- ing on Sunday. Pastor Steve Matthews was a hlst M()nday morning visitor of PhyJlis Sclunitt. Last Tuesday, Phyllis joined other Red Hat Border Babes for lunch at Superior. Donna Gillanjoined others forquilt- ing last Monday. Drew Slaelburn. her great-grandson spent the clay witli her. and she picked ttp Anders Jansen after school. Lola Bihoft was a Hastings bus'i- ncss visitor last Monday. Lasl Tuesday Donna Gillan and Ennalee Scroggin joined other Red Hat membes fl'onl the Nelson group in going to A.urora. Neb.. for lunch at a Chinese restaurant and touring some of the shops in that coinmuifity. Phyllis Schmitt and Pauline Hanson Providing Pharmaceutical Care to our Commt,nity Lane Hawley, Pharm. D. and Stacy Souerdyke, Pharm. D. Vote - May 1 1 Royce Gonzales Republican for Clerk of the District Court Son of Mike and Trish Honevcutt Graduatedfivm Nelson in 1993 Graduatedfi'om college in 1995 , Married Nancy Hess of Superior in 2005 This advertisement paid fin" b) Royce Gonzales Graduated.t)'om Bible College in 2008 Active member qt Living Faith Fellowship Church Current resident of Nelson were in Mankato last Wednesday and had lunch out. Philip Sears and Verla Sn 3 der were Hebron business visitors last week. Donna Gillan joined others for col- fee Thursday morning. Drew Shelburn spent tile afternoon with her. Ermalee Scroggln was in Hastings on Thursday. Lola Biltoft and daughter, Toni Hynes. attended the funeral for Ed Bussell in Edgar on Thursday They joined tile family tbr the dinner prior to the funeral and tile lunch following. That evening, Lola attended the birth- day party and supper at Dean Hawley' s hu me. Phil and Gerry Eekles attended the fish ID al the Nelson Auditorium Fri- day night. Phi llis Schmitt and Pauline Hanson aiso attended tile fish fry. Veda Snyder was a Frida) guest of Sharon Littrel while Philip Scars and Jerry Littrel went to McCook and hn- perial. Donna Gillan and Terri Oltmans went to Hastings oil Saturday to hear Sharon Randell speak at the YMCA. Phil and Gerry Eckles joined other family members at the coffee shop Saturday morning for a, birthday part) honoring Claantel McCutchan Shawna Matthews. her mothe.r Betty Pahner. sister, Kris Tultle. and niece. Kaitl>n Hemberger. went to Grand Island on Saturday to attend the Point of G,'ace and Mark Schultz con- cert. Don and Lola B i I taft attended the Lawrence-Nelson dinner theater at tile school Saturday evening. On Sunday, Lola visi!ed Verda Bussell and her niece, JoJanet Lausterer. Overland Park. In tl;e evening, Loll visited Verna Coxbill. Philip Sears, Verla Snyder. Paulitle Hanson arid Play INs Sclnnitt ate ditmcr ()tit tn Chcster on Sunday. Later, Phyllis, Pauline and Vcrla attended the Easier cantata., Nelson El'lnatee Scroggin also attended the cantata, as did Donna Gillan. Donna Fishel and LaVera Meyer. They had eaten lunch at tile cemetery benefit held at the American Legion Club. Gaylen and Jackie Cox joined other family members in Milford, Nob., for a birthday party honoring their grand- son. Hunter Cox. Phil and Gerry Eckles attended the Easter cantata at tile Nelson Audito- rium on Sunday afternoon. In many ways, mattering paradox is nothing more than having good com- mon sense Deweese By Rosalie Black Leonard and Colleen Kucera went to Grand Island Saturday and ate out to celebrate two birthdays and their 39th wedding anniversary. Celebrating birthdays was Matt Borwege, Scotia, and Jameon Rush. Hastings. Twenty family members and friends celebrated with them Megan Black was a weekend visi- tor at the Brenda Hansen home. Visitors of MaryLou Holeman. Hastings, were Rosalie. Dawson and Stephanie Black ()n Thursday. Bob Black visited ner on Saturday Stephanie Black attended a4-H cer- emony in Clay Center on Sunday evenmg in honor of her son. Gage Gehring. Tyler Black was a weekend guest of his grandparents Bob and Lana Black, Fairfield. Bob Black was a guest m the R) an Black home oil Sunday evening. Birthday wishes go out to KiaBlack of Deweese in honor of her 6th birth- day, NCl COMMUNITY CANCER CENT'S oaOORAM Grand Island & Hastings 2727 West 2nd Street Suite 314 in the Landmark Center Hastings, NE 68901 The Saint Francis CancerTreatment Center is ooen in the Landmark Center at 2nd Street and Marion Road in Hastings. You'll discover what so many throughout Central Nebraska already know. You'll receive leading eoge cancer care with the latest clinical trials and the comoassonate suDport you need from diagnosis throJgn treatment. For you, your family-your life. "I truly believe you can't and find cancer treatment hmed AlaHazzourii MD Medical Oncolooist Carlson Reports-District 38 By Senator Tom Carlson Tile legislature is working evemngs now that we have I0 day,,, to complete the session. The budget, which we are required to pass, is now oil tile governor's desk for approval. The $3.4 billion budget includes a 2 percenl cut for mosl state agencies on top of a 5 percent cut approved in last November's special session. Certain appropriations to education, health care. and law enlorcement will not be subject to cuts. Speaker Flood thanked the legislature for its cooperation in passing tile budget. A bill debated along wilh tile bud- gel package. LB 1106. would autho- rize school-based health centers, pro- jeered I.o provide addilional savings for tile state. Such centers, located in. Ol" adjacent to a school may provide medical, behavioral, inental, preven- tive and oral heallh care. An aincnd- i-nent prohibits school-based health centers IYoin COUll scling for. prescrib- ing or dispensing contraceptive drugs or devices. General file debate was held last week on Sen Christensen's bill. LB 869 which cleans up lan,,uae (br NRDs to implemenl an occupation tax on irrtgated land. Thc revenue, m the @ Republican Basin. would be used to help prevent a water short year. Rev- enues are essential to put tools in place, We want to, must be, in compliance in our compact with Kansas. It is also important to work toward water sustainability for the long term. When we reach water sustainability, we will be tn compliance. This issue will be addressed by the Republican River Basin Water Sustainability Task Force, being cre- ated b LB 1057, which is my priority bill. This legislation is on final read- ing. In the interim. Sen. Christensen and I will study an amendment thit would change the occupation tax from a flat amount per irrigated acre to an amount based on the number of inches of water actually used. 1 believe this would be a more 1)Jr way to administer the tax. The bill that kept us late last week. LB 1079. dealt with the State Tax Equalization and Review Commission, more commonly called TERC. I had many calls and emails concerning this bill. which was opposed by most coun- ties and school districts. The bill would have changed the process for appeal- mg property tax assessments. After several hours of debate, the bill failed to advance. Sen. Brad Ashford el' Omaha is sponsoring LB 800. a bill given first round approval that would reform Nebraska'sj uvenilejustice system. The bill is designed to remove significant eb.,ades for juveniles in-the areas of edutmfi+m and employment. The bill addresses early n'tcrvcn- lion. parental invoi,,ement, school ab teudance and alternallves a, detcnlion by bringing togelher la cltlorccluent. courts, schools, pttl'enls anti [he COlll- munily lo solve problent.4 rclaled Io youth crime. iii Davenport Senior Center Menu Monday, April 5: Potato and ham casserole, Scandinavian blend vcggics and puddiug I variety>. Tuesday, April 6: Chicken suprente bake. peas, tropical fruit and cuokic. Wednesday, April 7: Beef salad sandwich, potatoes O'Bricn. baked beans and sliced peaches. Thursday, April 8: Creamed chicken all a biscuit, peas and carrots and applesauce-raspberry JelI-O. Friday, April 9: Sloppy jtes, cheesy polato "bake. chuckwagon corn ;.tnd pineapple and oranges ..... I Well beyond healthcareP