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Public Notices IApril 2, 1992 in Express Court of Nebraska Gertrude 5492 !by given that on in the County acolls County, Registrar issued Informal Will of said that Jack Dodge, Neb. 69001 8634 NW City, Me., informally ap- Registrar as tires of the this Estate must 2, 1992 or be , Court 4-16-14-3c ,1992 in OF SALE of Sale Clerk of the of Nuckolls on a Decree wherein Home ngs and Loan for- Savings Association of Federal Savings Association, ns Verle E. Bouray, Bouray, of Verle E. and true name L. Bouray, also and --- L. Bouray, name unknown; a Minor a minor Bouray, a and Security also known as Bank of Banking Defendants, I will sell at to the highest at the East the Nuckolls in Nelson, the 4th day of a.m., the estate to-wit: (11) in Pod- of Lots (8), mock t .;bop START HERE FOR SAVINGS Town of tolls County, e judgments, of $132.81 costs all as said Decree of .the sale shall be First Published April 2, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Frederick D. Bargen, Deceased. Estate No. 5488. Notice is hereby given that on March 11, 1992, in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, Michael L. Johnson, whose address is 145 E 4th Street, Superior, Neb. 68978, was appointed by the Court as Personal Representative of the Estate. Creditors of this Estate must file tldir claims with this Court on or before June 2, 1992 or be forever barred. (Seal) John A. Wheeland Clerk of the County Court Luebs, Beltzer, Leininger, Smith, &amp; Busick Attorneys 4-16-14-3p First Published April 2, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE Estate of Erna M. Schier- meyer, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that on March 11, 1992, in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Deceased and that Donald W. Schiermeyer, whose address is Box 36, Guide Reck, Nebraska 68942 has been appointed Personal Representative of this estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or before June 2, 1992 or be forever barred. (Seal) John A. Wheeland Clerk of the County Court Luebs, Beltzer, Lelninger, Smith & Busick Attorneys 4-16-14-3p First Published April 2, 1992 in The Superior Express DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids for application of a latex modified emulsified slurry seal to asphalt surface at Harvard State Airfield (Har- vard, Nebraska) and Superior Municipal Airport (Superior, Nebraska) will be accepted at the office of the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics, Lincoln, Nebraska on April 22, 1992 until 2:00 p.m. (COT) and at that time publicly opened and read aloud. Approximate quantities of construction on which bids are requested are as follows: SCHEDULE I - HARVARD STATE AIR- FIELD - PROJCT NO SA-11P HVD Work Item: 1. Remove runway markings; Quantity: 10,000 S.F. Work Item: 2. Slurry Seal: Runway 14-32, two connecting taxiways, the Large cracks, Quantity: 5,000 L.F. 3. Tack Coat (gallons of emulsified asphalt concentrate) Quantity: 1,650 gal. 4. Slurry Seal: Runway 15-33, connecting taxiway and apron: Quantity: 33,000 S.Y. Plans and Specificatious for this work may be seen and-or obtained from the office of the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics in the General Aviation Building, Lincoln, Municipal Airport, Lincoln, Nebraska. Mailing address is: Department of Aeronautics P. O. Box 82688 Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 Phone (402) 471-2371 There is no charge for these plans and specifications; however, it is requested that they be returned after they have served their purpose. As evidence of good faith in submRtlng a proposal for this work, each bidder must file with his proposal, a bid bond or certified check made payable to the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics for an amount not less than five percent (5 per- cent) of the total amount bid. The successful bidder will he required to furnish a contract bend in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100 percent) of the contract price awarded. Each bidder must specifically agree not to discriminate against any recipients of ser- vices on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, age, maritat status, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, national origin or ancestry, and not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, national origin or ancestry. The Department of Aeronautics reserves the right to waive any or all technicalities and reject any or all bids. By order of the Director of the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics. ATTEST: Diane J. Hofer, P.E. State Airport Engineer Nancy P. Thompson Director 4-16-14- PROCEEDINGS OF VILLAGE OF HARDY REGULAR MEETING APRIL 7, 1992 The April 7 meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m., by Sam Clark with all members present with the exception of Delka. Ken Studier from Lincoln Telephone was present to discuss a 911 service line from Superior or Nelson. The March 3 minutes were read with no corrections or additions they stood approved as read. March Treasurer's Report was presented. Edwards made Among the 4-H leaders honored at the annual banquet were (from left) June and Lonnie Jones, Nora, five years; Ermalee Scroggin, Oak, 35 years; and Murlena Schleufer, Nora, 15 years. Jeff Bushnell, water deposit (-) usage 5.55 Nebraska Public Power Dist., electricity 913.39 The Garbage Co., trash P.U. 8.50 Mosler Inc, redrilling Safety Dep. box 143.70 Ace Hardware, sup. 31.00 Lincoln Telephone Co., phone 40.28 Quartzite Stone Co., rock, streets 1,840.18 Kleens' Shop, meter co-op 1,256.50 Jensby Trucking, hauling rock 1,050.00 Quality Industries Inc., mini scoop, playground equip. 255.52 Superior Publishing, prec. 18.70 Renz Constr. & Lbr., supplies 6.33 Cooperative BUsiness Assn., diesel 10.23 Moeller Electric. wire firemen's room 208.98 Rogene Renz, postage and phone re]m 1.89 Olmsted & Perry Con- sulting Eng. Inc., adm. service 1,275.00 Olmsted & Perry Con- sulting Eng. Inc., constr, phase ser. 1,089.03 . Five Star Contracting Inc, water system Improvement 10,294.20 Salaries, 1,003.74 NPPD-electricity 913.39 Blair made the motion to pay the bills as presented, Fuller seconded, carried 3-0. Blair made the motion to give the Alumni permission to erect a monument where the Hardy School was. Clark seconded. Carried 3-0. Dogs running loose was discussed. Edwards made the motion to have one notice given to have the dogs either penned Percent down on parallel taxiway, the hanger the motion to accept, Blair [ ( Viva 1n Milk I and the balance taxiways;Quantity:52,000S.Y, seconded. Carried3-0. I *1 7al the saleby SCHEDULE II- The following bills were SUPERIOR MUNICIPAL presented: R. Marr AIRPORT - Walter Rowley, cleaning Sheriff PROJECT NO. SA-1P SUP supp., and postage I$1======. J WorkItem: reimb.  10.93 ICoffeeClub. I PC 1. Crack and Joint Filling: Corporate Diversifiea I Mug Refill :1 " " Narrow cracks; Quantity: Ins., firemen's ins. 38.00 I 20oz. orlen  iil 68850 15,000L.F. Bill Hamel, water Nebraska _5-4c 2. Crack and Joint Filling: deposit (-)usage 16.60 ii i!' ,. :, ..,- -- COUPON.----------,,1 .,.ea's / "!JP_,: AI W Kind I Rnbbons KL: T- --, l h ',,% : I Topplng Plzn I ,. repine. I It,.)l:,'"1 RII!II lira I I o,,-.-,.o, $ 4 251 -aquos. i ,[::. ",.< ."mu.., --==-- ,_. ,,n99, I Pizza Sub T I --I ackRilobons / =,. ':'. :-.'.,,m=mw. mm ull. v , d Engraving / I ;rL/cou: , Ex "r. W.s, ,,:,, 22 I 144 OZ. White,--. l For Your NeJ l I  _ . ." , I rS,/,. |,I I  in II I lity Work 420 East Third ]m,,al , Welcome I II Superior, Neb. w  j@j . I 00'3005,SNob6841 / [20...22 79"4710 : -- OU REGISTERED TO VOTE? r registered to vote or are a New Resident of Nuekolls County, register. Changed Your Name by marriage, you need to re-register. to Change Your Political Party, you must re-register. moved since the last election, you will need to file a Change of With the county clerk. Moving to a different election precinct registration. u_Prperly registered will not be allowed to vote on election day. If aCertaln as to whether you are properly registered, please check County clerk's office. IN REGISTERING TO VOTE, VOTER REGISTRATION WILL IN EACH CITY OR VILLAGE ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS: April 21, 1992 at the Village Library, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. April 20, 1992 at the Farmers Co-op Elevator, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. April 20, 1992 at the Hardy State Bank, business hours. April 20, 1992 at the King's Daughters Library, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. April 20, 1992 at the Lawrence State Bank, business hours April 2 I, 1992 at the Superior City Clerk's office, business hours Pepsi Products I S195'=1 ,oe OFFICE AT THE COURTHOUSE IN NELSON, WEEK HOURS TO VOTE AT THE PRIMARY ELECTION IS 1992 ATWHICH TIME THE COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE WILL 6:00 P.M. up or tied. If this is not done. the dog will then be hauled to the Animal Hospital, if owner doe.s not claim and pay the expenses the dog will then be destroyed, Clark seconded. Carried 3-0. Exhaust fan for the firehall was discussed. Motion by Blair to put light on the Front (south) side of the firehall to shine on both en- trances and the flag, (to be installed), Fuller seconded Carried 3-0. Edwards made the motion to adjourn, Blair seconded Carried 3-0. Rogene E. Renz Clerk Sam Clark Chairman-Mayor Thursday, April 16. 1992 Activities I Calendar) Friday, April 17 8:45 TOPS, 436 N Com- mercial: 12:00 noon, Kiwanis, Elks: Last Pageant Supper. Methodist Church. Extension banquet at Nelson school The Nuckolls County Annual Extension Banquet was held in the Nelson High School. The theme was "Putting Air In Your Balloon." Marilyn Fox, featured speaker, told at- tendees how to build their own self-esteem and that of youth by putting air in their balloons. Awards were given to several 4-H leaders and friends. Patti Ruttman of Nelson was presented the "Outstanding 4-H Leader, plaque. Julene Sullivan and Esther Martin, each from Superior, received "Out- standing Friend of 4-H." Longtime 4-H leaders were also honored with pins. Er- malee Scroggin, Oak received her 35-year pin. Murlene Schleufer, Nora received their 15-year pin. Elections for both extension board and 4-H Council were held. Elected to the extension board were Virginia Drohman, Janice Tordrup and SynDee Wuif. Elected to the 4-H Council were Mike Honeycutt, Jancie Watts, and Peggy Cassell Monday, April 20 6:30 p.m., Lions, Git-a-Bite; 7:00 p.m., Elks: 7:30 p.m., Olive Chapter No. 63; 7:30 p.m., Homework Help Night, Methodist Church. Tuesday, April 21 2:00 p.m., Overeaters Anonymous, hospital: 7:30 p.m., Superior Lodge No. 121; 8:00 p.m., Spring Creek Swingers Square Dancers, Ruskin Community Hall. Wednesday, April 22 5:45 p.m., TOPS, 436 N. Commercial: 6:30 p.m., Weight Watchers, hospita'l: 7:30 p.m., Prepared Childbirth, hospital conference room. Thursday, April 23 11 : 45 a.m.. Economic Development Council, chamber office; 6:30 p.m., Smokers Anonymous. hospital; 7:00 p.m.. State Line Quilt Guild, Presbyterian Church. American League March 16, 1992 W L Millers 30 14 Kraus Plumbing 27 17 Superior Water Cond. 22 22 Mid States Well 22 22 Do Drop In 16 28 Pioneer Seed 15 29 High game: "Short" Shambaugh, 202: high series: Steve Bargen. 552; high team game: Mid States Well Work, 1,057; high team series: Miller's. 3,051 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B The New Horizons 4-H Club met March 8. The meeting was called to order by David Herrman, president. The ,I-H pledge and Flag salute was led by Brett Behrends. Roll call: "My favorite TV show," was answered by nine members, four leaders and two guests. Julie Lindberg, club leader reported on each member at- tendance and also club goals met this year. Pizza fundraiser packets were distributed. Reports were given by Jen- nifer Lindberg, secretary, Kayla Hudson, treasurer, and Crystal Behrends, reporter. Vicki Hall reported on the successful County Club Days demonstrations. Those giving show and share talks were Brett Behrends, Crystal Behrends, and Jenny Peterson. In the Jumor demonstrations, Erica Lindberg, received top blue, Jennifer Lindberg, alternate blue and Tami Allen, red. Jennifer and Erica Lindberg received blues for piano solos. In the creative acting, Mlki Sothers and Steve Benny receiveid top blue. At the club meeting Erica Lindberg presented a demonstration on common scents. Jennifer Lindberg and Kayla Hudson presented "Pins and Needles." Club members men worked on their record books. The advanced food group served chili soup and relish. The next meeting will be April 5. GET CORN ROOTWORMS M CULTIVATION WffH COUNTER Corn rootworm control is simple with COUNTER * systemic insecticide-nematicide applied at cultivation. Just apply COUNTER granules to the base or over the top of the plants just ahead of cultivation shovels so as to cover granules with soil. 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