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/ P blic Notices April 9, 1992 in SALE an Order of Sale the Clerk of the of Nuckolls on a Decree wherein Home and Loan of Nebraska, for- Federal Savings Association of a Federal Savin[s Association, is and Verle E. Bouray, as as Verle Bouray, wife of Verle Z. and true name L. Bouray, also and -- Kelly L. Bouray, name unknown; a Minor a minor L. Bouray, a and Security ink, also known as Bank of a Nebraska Banking are Defendants I will sell :, to the highe, or cash at the Ea of the Nuckol!. in Nelso on the 4th day , at 10:06 a.m., tl: real esta ., to-wit: (11) in Ped of Lo{,. Eight (8), Block a; inal Town of Uckolls Count). the judgments amount of $132.8} truing costs all as said Decree of II the sale shall be percent down on the balance of the sale by R. Marr County Sheriff e.c. First Published April 16, 1992 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON APRIL 27, 1992 at 8:00 p.m. at the Senior Citizens room, Municipal Auditorium the City of Superior will hold a public hearing concerning application to the Department of Economic Development for a Community Development Block Grant. This grant is available to local government for housing and community development activities. The City of Superior is requesting $100,060 for street paving and construction. The estimated amount of funds to benefit lower income persons is $52,000. Other local in-kind labor-contributions for the street paving are $100,000 by the City of Superior. We anticipate there will be no displacement of persons as a result of CDBG assisted activities. The grant application will be available for public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk. All interested parties are in- vited to attend at which time you will have an opportunity to he heard regarding the grant application. Written testimony will also be accepted at the public hearing scheduled for April 27th, 1992 at the Senior Citizens Room, Municipal Auditorium. Written comments addressed to the City Clerk will he accepted if postmarked on or before April 28rd, 1992. If there are any questions regarding this application, please contact the City Clerk at 879-4713. Individuals requiring physical or sensory ac- commodations including in- terpreter services, braille, large print or recorded materials please contact the City Clerk at 879-4713 no later than April 22nd, 1992. DeWayne L. Aherg City Clerk 4-23-16-2c PROCEEDINGS OF SUPERIOR SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 011 The Board of Education of School District 11 held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 13, 1992 at 7:30 p.m. in the senior High School 5, 1992 Library as was duly advertised W L in The Superior Express. 39 17 At the meeting the members 38 18 of the hoard voted to: 28 28 Approve the minutes of the 25!/ 30!,2 meetings held on March 9 and Imp. 181/2 371/2 March 30, 1992. 19 37 Approve the payment of the me and series: bills 604; high Approve the addition of sale Valley Ira- of surplus items to the agenda ; high team Accept resignations of Pare Grain, 2,953. Hoefs and David Tadlock to be There is --=,, lttion 3z: time to choose from our complete Carlson Craft Announcements, e Cards, blemory Books, Jewelry, and Party lPPlies" The Superior Express Phone 402-879-3291 148 EastThird Superior, Neb. Experience from the past. Involved in the present. Looking forward to the future. Edd Epley District II Your vote and support in May will be appreciated. Paid for by Edd Epley effective at the end of the current school year. Approve a three month salary increase for Irene McPeek. Approve the awarding of diplomas to the members of the Class of 1992. Approved the second reading of the amendment and deletion of certain board policies. Approved Sharon Fritz as a substitute lot lunch cook. Approved the movement of the May 1992 meeting from May 11 to May 12. Approved the repayment of $5,784.39 to the Nuckolls County Treasurer. Discussed the sale of surplus items but took no action. Discussed summer driver education but took no action. Offered contracts to Mr. Crowe and Dr. Mehlhaff for the 1992-92 school year and set their salaries. AMC, teaching supplies, 15.15; Atheletic Account, transfer, 4,500.00; B & S Tire Market, filters, repairs, 62.24; Band Fund, expense reimb., 215.00; Barlow, Johnson, Demarsh, legal services, 133.84; Ben Franklin, fax service, 2.97; Bill Rogers, meals reimb., 12.00; BMS, data processing, 182.85; Central Community College, entry fed, 25.00; CGP, Inc., guiaance materials, 105.05; Computer Hardware, computer disks, 15.12; David Barnard, expense reimb., 36.77; Darlene Peter- sen, mileage, 46.62; Debra Adams, mileage, 81.60; Demars, Gordon, Olson, Rechnor, Shively, legal service, 316.67; Dick Blick, paint, 15.06; Deuel Pharmacy, photo finishing, 6.94; Dinn Brothers, certificates, 24.54; Don Gruwell, expense reimb., 32.98; Donn Mellott, expense reimb., 20.00; Doug Hiatt, expense reimb., 20.00; Eakes, teaching supplies, 25.33; Educational Resources, computer sof- tware, 146.95; Elaine Miller, expense reimb., 232.72; ESU No. 9, purchases services, 66,401.42; Exectftive Copier, rental charges, 250.00; Farmers Co-Op, gasoline, 1,152.05; Farmers State In- surance, premium, 149.00; FBLA Account, expense reimb., 147.50; FFA, expenses reimb., 22.00; Gas 'N Shop, gasoline, 141.71; Guaranteen Mutual, premium, 799.67; H & H Body Shop, vans repair, 309.00; Ideal Market, teaching supplies, 76.77; J. A. Sexauer, fountain repairs, 91.16; Jack & Jill, art supplies, 14.94; Jim Service, van repairs, 170.50; Jostens, diplomas, cover, 421.28; Julene Rick Disney has begun a new computer consulting business and recently was the recipient of his first dollar of clear profit. From left: Tom Beckler, Albert Mullet, Stan Sheets, Glenda Thayer, Vernon Johnson, Disney, Richard Nelson, Mike Moore and Jim Fenimore. machines, renta, supplies, 626.97; L T & T, service, 378.95; L.E.A. Account, fund reimb., 458.50; Linweld of Hastings, vo ag repairs, 70.10; Lunch Program, reimbursement, 5,430.06; MacMillan-McGrav- Hill, workbooks, guidance suplies, 175.86; Marg Blair, mileage, 52.00; Marshall Cavendish, library books, 366.06; Melton Motor Co., balance tire, align bus, 57.24; National Geographic Soc., teaching supplies, 370.00; NCSA, registration fee, 49.00; Nebraska Scientific, supplies, 36.25; New Dimensions in Education, drug consortium, 750.00; O. M. Scott & Sons, fertilizer, 1,185.32; Parker Publishing, gifted program materials, 4.01; Payroll Ac- count, salaries, benefits, 172,839.86; Pat Gunn, mileage, 283.00; Kristi Petersen, ex- pense, reimb., 47.90; Petro Plus, tire repair, gasoline, 882.52; Protex Central, fire alarm inspections, smoke detector, 376.46; Ropert TIpton, expense reimb., 131.07; School Board Support, benefit analysis, 125.00; Share Corp., custodial supplies, 109.00; Sidles, oil, 24.08; Southwestern Publishing, textbooks, 105.56; Stamped Envelope Agency, envelopes, 160.00; Stephenson School Supply, file cabinet, 97.95; Superior Ace Hardware, supplies, 145.67; Superior Kiwanis Club, dues, meals, 119.50; Superior Motor Parts, filters, bus repairs, 476.55; Superior Outdoor Power Sullivan, expense reimb., Center, mower repairs, 117.00; John Druba, service, maintenance, 39.16; Superior 180.00; Krueger's Office Publishing, printing services, supplies, 150.57; Superior Utilities, monthly service, 6,361.01; Superior Water Conditioning, salt, 48.00; Superior-Deshler, propane, 16.75; Terry Priefert, registration reimb., 35.00; The Highsmith, library supplies, 201.55; TMC, service, 136.58; Tom's Music House, 27.50; Valley Building Center, 287.29; W. W. Grainger, light bulbs, 56.05; Wheelers, hand tools, 22.86; Whitney-Thompson, premium, 194.00; Wingert- Hobelman presides at council meeting Jewell County Homemaker Council met last Monday at the extension meeting room. The morning meeting was called to order by President Ruth Hobelman. Roll call, something special about Easter, was answered by nine members and one agent. Micki Walker shared the thought for the day, Today is the most precious day. Spring Tea was evaluated and Jones, music supplies, 475.81; given an excellent rating for Yearbook Account, transfer of success. The annual spring funds, 2,000.00; Yvonne Mit- event was March 31 at the chell, reimb, for supplies, 24.83. Formoso Senior Center with 60 Thursday, April 23, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B in attendance. Cultural arts Hall of Fame cookbook recipe contest winners were Adelaide Regnier, Opal Todd and Mrs. Walker. The silver offering was given to Kansas Citizens for Extension Education. Volunteering to assist with district meeting registration May 8 at First Methodist Church, Beloit, were Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Regnier and Alma Carman. Several EHU mem- bers shared their baking skills and also farm safety tabloids. Everyone in the county is urged to take part in recycling cor. tests, logo or slogan, collecting or improving. The next meeting will be May 4 at 9 a.m. A proclamation was signed by the county commissioners following the meeting with Mrs. Hobelman, Mrs. Garman, and Mrs. Hoard expressing the council's appreciation for this by remembering someone recognition. March 28, Bake & Take Day. f The council will be making CalendarSUperir|" window display in downtown 1 Manato following the May 4 Activities meeting using craft items made by EHU members. Ivah Hoard _ reported on the recent North- " east Area meeting of KEHC in Friday, April 24 Holton April'2. Also attending 8:45 a.m., TOPS, 436 N. this meeting were Mrs. Commercial; 12:00 Kiwanis, Hobelman, who was a candidate Elks. for the area director position, Saturday, April 25 and Deanna Sweat. Community Garage Sales; 9- A name change has occurred 11 a.m., Adult ed-GED-High for the National Extension School Library. Homemaker Council to Monday, April 27 National Association for Family Public hearing on grant and Community Education application for park im- (FCE). Delegates attending the provements; 3:30 p.m., second Kansas Extension Homemaker grade Brownies, Centennial Council Annual Conference in Lutheran Church; 7:30 p.m., Wichita Oct 20-22 will vote on Homework Help Night, name changes for the state Methodist Church. organization. Tuesday, April 28 Anyone with ideas for the 2:00 p.m., Overeaters county fair demonstrations to Anonymous, hospital; 7:30 be given Wednesday, July 29, p.m., Palmyra No. 27. between 2 and 4 p.m. needs to Wednesday, April 29 contact Agent Sweat. Odessa 5:45 a.m., TOPS, 436 N. and Mankato EHUs willhost the Commercial; 6:30 p.m., Weight annual craft day next fall. A Watchers, hospital; 7:30 p.m., packet of information for each Prepared Childbirth Class, EHU was taken by council hospital conference room. representatives and included Thursday, April 30 contest guidelines for egg 6:30 p.m., Smokers recipe, creative writing, Ag Anonymous, hospital. THERE CAN ONLY ONE LEADER OF TH PACK. Only one soybean herbicide can claim to deliver the highest degree of overall weed control-only PURSUIT herbicide. It's also the only postemergence product that combines contact and residual activity to give you superior control of more than 40 tough-t)- control grasses and broadleaf weeds. Including velvetleaf, fox- tails, cocklebur, pigweeds, night- shades, common ragweed, giant ragweeq, sunflower, shattercane and seedling Johnsongrass. Without causing soybean injury. And because of its advanced chemistry and low rates of applica- tion, PI]RSUIT offera responsible choice for the environment. That's the kind of leadership everyone can respect. And reason enough to try PURSUIT. See us soon. - AIw;ys read and follow label directions carefully. ,.' ' Tra(telIt;rk, American Cyanamid Company , 11t9i COoperative Business Association / =U=NESS _._/ z_-_cA-_-7 / SUPERIOR HARDY BYRON CHESTER REPUBLIC "Cornpleto Agti 5etyes* This week's report from the Plonkoto Uvestock Commission o. selling 329 cattle on a steady market. Here are some sales: Weigh cows ................ $40 up $50 per lb. 10 Mixed heifers ........................... 512 Ibs ..................... 85.25 7 Mixed steers ............................ 541 Ibs ..................... 92.25 15 Mixed heifers ........................... 471 Ibs ..................... 89.50 7 Mixed heifers ........................... 560 Ibs ..................... 82.00 8 Mixed steers ............................ 808 Ibs ..................... 77.50 8 Mixed heifers ........................... 778 Ibs ..................... 74.25 48 Mixed steers ............................ 683 Ibs ..................... 81.30 MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY Andy Montgomery, Owner 402-879-3004 Jon Russell, Fieldman 913-374-4482 [/4", Bill Logan, Fieldman 913-378-3327 When you look for the best place to 'INVEST' see Guide Rock State Bank FIRST! WE'RE A COM- MUNITY RE-INVESTMENT BANK and the funds you deposit here go to work in Guide Rock. COWPOKES By Ace Reid "Now Jake, you have jist invested $16,000 in precious metals, a pickup!" THE GUIDE ROCK STATE BANK INCORPORATED ,IP0 MAIN BANK-GUIDE ROCK/BRANCH -EDGAR, NEB. P.O. BOX 215 GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA 68942-0215 MEMBER F.D.I.C YO DODGE DEALER 22mp G DODGE DUCTS. GREAT DODGE DEALS, NOW| SELECT DODGE FULL.SIZE PICKUPS DODGE SPIRIT $1500 BACKI*** sio0000-,. BACK OR GET 0% APRr* DODGE DAKOTA 4x4 CLUB CAB SUPER LE DODGE CARAVAN s750 AND BACK PACKAGE SAVINGS ,oU' s2683 FOR TOTAL SAVINGS OF ,oU00 003433!* S5OO cAsH B, CK AND YOU CAN GET AIR AT NO EXTRA HARGEP' For the best deal on the best selection, come in now! *Base MSRP after cash back. Tax & dest. charge, extra. **Cash back or short-term financing for qualified buyers thru Chrysler Credit on models in stock. ***On models in stock. Excludes diesel pickups, tCash back on models in stock plus $50- $2683 package savings, depending on package, based on MSRPs of items if sold separately, ttCash back on models in stock, Air at no extra charge offer based on MSRPs of 22T package items if sold separately, ttrBase MSRP. Tax & dest. charges extra. (,v.vt'$ '.,w(,," Ai 00:TAlexander Motors, Inc. E1 320 N Commercial, Superior, Neb. ,=,.,,.o.,,,. Phone (402) 879-3204 Dodge See limited warranti at dealer, exclusions and testrtiol}s apply 80CKLE lip ANO PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY [] []