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I law, Geraldine, and in 1995 her hus- band, Raymond. She is survived by her son, Donald G. Dunn, and his wife Ardythe of Edith Mile Lewis IDeshler; granddaughters: Mrs. Ryan Mikkelsen (Melanie) of Ruskin, Mrs. Edith May Knisely Lewis, Lincoln, Ted Ehlers (Marcia) of Nelson, and Neb.,aformerresidentofNelsonand Mrs. Brandon Lynch (Tanya) of Canon City, Colo., died Saturday. Hickman, and three great-grandchil- She born Dec. 27, 1927, at Lester, Colo., in Huerfano County to Marga- ret Elizabeth Kissell and Arthur Raymond Knisley. Surivors include her husband of 67 years, Earl Lewis; daughtersCatherine Lewis and Mrs. MarkZink(Susan); a grandson, Justin Zink, all of Lincoln, Neb.; a grandson, Connor Zink, of St. Petersburg, Fla.; sisters, Sharon Dunn of Belton, Mo., and Mrs. Larry Lewis (Shirley) ofNicholasville, Ky. She was preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Margaret Busetti, and brother, Raymond Knisley. Edith enjoyed her flower gardens. She was happiest when "playing in the dirt." She enjoyed cake decorating, china painting, knitting, crocheting and crafting. She liked traveling and see- ing new parts of the country. But most of all she loved coming home to her Rocky Mountains. Edith graduated as salutatorian of her high school class. A private family memorial will be held in Colorado at a later date. Roper and Sons Mortuary, Lincoln, Neb., is in charge of arrangements. Doreen Hunt Doreen Faye Hunt, 60, the daughter of Raymond and Verna (Wright) Matyas, was born Aug. 6, 1954, in Concordia. She died April 19 at the Cloud County Health Center at Concordia. Dee attended school in Simpson, graduating from Glasco High School. She married Charles Crannell in Texarkana, Ark. They were blessed with a son, Jeffrey Aaron. They later divorced. In 2004 she married Charles Hunt, they also divorced. Dee was preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Ragenna. She is survived by her son, Jeffrey of Concordia; a brother, Mike Matyas; and a special friend, Bill Eilert, of Mankato. Private inumment was in St. Theresa Catholic Cemetery, Mankato. Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Superior was in charge of the arrange- ments. lla McCarthy Ila Mac MeCanl~, 89, the daughter of John and Elsie (Haecker) Osborne, was born near Montrose, on Feb. 26, 1926. She died Saturday at Bodstone Me- morial Hospi- tal. Ila Mac grew upwith anolder brother, Clare, in rural Jewell County. She at- tended Pevonia, Sweet Hill, Lovewell and Hardy schools. When Ilaleft home, she lived in a number of large U.S. cities often working in the restaurant business. In 1969, she married Raymond T. McCarthy. They eventu- ally settled in Denver where she ran their tavern business and served home- made soups and sandwiches. Later, she started a small business called "Grandma' s Goodies" preparing home- made sandwiches and treats for lunch time clients at the Denver Tech Center. Ila then became a caregiver for Home Instead Senior Care. Two years ago, she moved to Superior to be closer to family. As her health declined, Linda Hutchinson became Ila's caregiver; took her to appointments and assisted Ila at home She was preceded in death by her )arents; brother, Clare and sister-in- dren, Chase and Nash Ehlers and Can- non Lynch. Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Superior was in charge of arrange- ments. Merwyn Renz Merwyn Dean Renz, the oldest son ofEbel C.H. "Dick" and Hazel (Larsen) Renz, was born Aug. 11, 1930, on his parents' farm southeast of Ruskin, Neb. He died April 22, 2015, at the Parkview Haven Nursing Home, Deshler, Neb., at the age of 84 years, 8 months, 11 days. He was baptized at home on Aug. 27, 1930, by Pastor Anders Hansen and confh-med by Pastor Johann Petersen at rural Bethany Lutheran Church on May 27, 1945. He was a life- time member of the church. Cap attended rural schools in the Ruskin and Hardy areas and Ruskin High School. In January of 1950 he joined the Air Force and served during the Ko- rean Conflict. He was stationed at En- gland Air Force Base, Alexandria, La.,, where he met Mary Lou James. He was sent overseas to Chaumont Air Base, France in 1952. In 1953 he sent for Mary Lou to join him and they were married in Wiesbaden, Germany, on Feb. 18, 1953. They lived in Chaumont until his discharge from the service in November of 1953 at which time they returned to Ruskin. To this union three sons were born, Timothy Dean, Danny James and Scott Christian. He was engaged in farming and the trucking business in the Ruskin area. Cap was a member of the Ruskin American Legion. He also served on the Ruskin School Board. Ruskin Fire Department and Bethany Lutheran Church Board. He was preceded in death by his parents, E.C.H. (Dick) and Hazel, and brother-in-law Robert Wemer. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Mary Lou, of Ruskin; sons Tim of Lincoln, Neb.; Dan and wife, Janet, of Ruskin; and Scott and wife, Carman, of Grand Island, Neb.; five grandchil- dren, Cory Renz and wife, Nicole, of Grand Island, Katie Burd and hus- band, John, of Hebron, Neb., BretRenz and wife, Jess, of Grand Island, Zach Renz and wife, Becky, of Ashland, Neb. and Danielle Renz of Ruskin; eight great-grandchildrn, Nathan Burd, " Madalyn Renz, Kira Renz, Treyton Renz, Harper Renz, Sean Burd, Noah Renz, Jacob Enck; a brother, Berdon "Cork" Renz and wife, JoAnn, of Deshler; a sister, Judy Wemer, of Carleton, Neb.; a special family friend, Susan Wiedel; nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. His funeral was h eld at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, April 25, 2015, at the Bethany Lutheran Church in Ruskin with Pas- tor Jonathan Jensen officiating. Music was "In The Garden," and "The Lord's Prayer," solos by Brad Schultz, congregational hymn "On Eagle's Wings," and recording of "Battle Hymn Of The Republic," with DeeAnn Petersen as the organist. Pallbearers were Cory Renz, Bret Renz, Zachary Renz, Clint Wemer, Barry Renz, John Burd, Gerald Simonson and Larry Judy. Honorary pallbearers were Katie Burd, Danielle Renz, Nathan Burd, Madalyn, Renz, Kira Renz, Treyton Renz, Harper Renz, Sean B urd, Noah Renz and Jacob Enck. Interment with full military honors was in the Spring Creek Cemetery at Ruskin. Memorials in care of the family will be designated at a later date. Condolences may be sent to Megrue-Price Funeral Home, 750 N. Commercial, Superior, Neb. 68978 or Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m. 341 N Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 WHAT A Every Thursday For hot deals on quality merchandise and personalized service stop in at 150 W. Fourth Street Superior, Neb. 402-879-4430 ( Senior Savings FINALLY! being over 55 good thing in care of www.pricefuneralhomes. Hardy, Neb., Kay Garrells of Wichita, com. Kan; a brother, Wayne Flathman, and Megrue-Price Funeral Home of wife, Linda, of Shickley, Neb.; many Superior was in charge of the arrange- nieces, nephews, close cousins, other ments, relatives and a host of friends. --PaidObitua~-- Her funeral was held at 10 a.m. Monday, May 4, 2015, at the Centen- Harold Grummert nial Lutheran Church in Superior with Harold D. Grummert, 71, Hastings, Pastor Patrick Flynn officiating. died Tuesday at the Nebraska Veter- Music was congregational hymns ans Home in Grand Island. He was "Lift High The Cross," and "Lord, born July 12, 1943, in Nelson, the son Take My Hand And Lead Me," with of Herman and Anna (Aden) Rachel Reinke as the accompanist and Grummert. He received his education "LambOfGod,"pianosolobyDaulton at Superior. He entered the United Thomas, "I Can Only Imagine," solo States Navy on Jan. 26, 1962, and by Daulton Thomas and "In Christ received his honorable discharge Alone," by the grandchildren. March 8, 1962. He returned to the Visitation was held on Sunday from Hastings area where he was employed 5 to 7 p.m: with family present to greet by Hastings Industries as a factory friends. tester. He had been a resident of the Pallbearers were Dylan Tiemeyer, Nebraska Veterans Home since 2010. Daulton Thomas, Coiton Tiemeyer, He was a member of Faith Lutheran Brian Garrells, Nathan Eitzmann, Church in Hastings and the Eagles Eldon Kirchhoff, Blake Mumm and Club. Glenn Kirchhoff. Honorary pallbear- Survivors include his daughter, ers were Annika Thomas, Briarma RacheIAnnTorgheleofLincoln, Neb.; Isidore, Zachary Isidore, Jordyn son, Dean Grummert of Hastings; five Tiemeyer, Mikylea Isidore, Zaden grandchildren; brother, Leonard Isidore, Trinity Ididore, Cambria Grurnmert of Hastings; sister; nieces Isidore, Nancy Foster and Roxaune and nephews. Schultz. He was preceded in death by his Interment was in the St. Peter parents; brothers, Alan, Albert, Lloyd, Lutheran Cemetery at Byron. Larry, Everett and lyan; sisters, Alvina, Memorials may be given in care of Clara and Pauline; and a daughter, the family. Lynne Marie. Condolences may be sent to Memorial service will be 10 a.m. Megrue-Price Funeral Home, 750 N today (Thursday) in the chapel of the Commercial, Superior, Neb. 68978 or Nebraska Veterans Home in Grand Island with The Rev. Paul Dunbar of- m care of www.pricefuneralhomes. Inurement of the ashes will cm'Megrue.Price ficiating. Funeral Home of beinBurkettCemetery, NebraskaVet- Superior, Neb. was in charge of the erans Home in Grand Island. There will be no visitation as he was ere- arrangements. ---Paid Obitua~-- mated. Apfel Funeral Home of Grand Diana Island is in charge of .Tangements. u Diana Louise Swift Hallgrimson, Norma 78, of Lake Tapawingo, Mo., was born Norma Doering, the daughter of Nov. 14, 1936, in Sioux City, Iowa. John and Alvina (Gebers) Flathman, She died April 24 at St. Mary's Hospi- was born on April 8, 1945, in Deshler, tal. Neb. She died Thursday, April 30, Diana received her registered' 2015, at the Superior Good Samaritan nurse's degree in 1957 from St. John's Center, Superior, Neb., at the age of 70 Hospital in Springfield, Mo. In 1958 years and 22 days. she married William Wendt and from Norma was one of seven children, this union had three sons, Bill, Jim and Growing up she attended school at St. Mark. While in school, she competed John Lutheran and and won Miss Missouri in 1958 and graduated from went on to win Mrs. Missouri in 1961. Chester High Furthermore, in 1961, she also com- Schoolin 1963. She peted for Mrs. America and was third was a current mem- ber of Centennial Lutheran Church, transferring her membership from St. Peter Lutheran Church near Byron after many years. She was united in marriage to Roland Doering on Jan. 26, 1964, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Chester, by Pastor Donald Patterson. To this union five children werebom, Stephen, Timo- thy, Kayla, Shari md Brenda. Together they raised their Emily on the farm and enjoyed family, xiends and camping trips, Norton was employed as an assis- tant activities director by the Superior Good Samaritan Society. Because of her health she became a resident of the center in December of 2014. Norma was a member of the Byron Women' s Club, and the Fannerettes in Superior. She taught Sunday school, Vacation Bible School, and kid' s choir at church for many years. She was known for her cake baking and made many birthday, anniversary and wed- ding cakes for relatives, friends and others. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Alvina; her husband, Roland, on Aug. 18, 2002; infant sons Stephen and Timothy; and brothers, Leroy and Raymond Flathman. She is survived by her daughters Kay la Tiemeyer of Atw odd, Kan., Shaft Thomas of Norfolk, Neb., and Brenda Isidore and husband, Mike, of Colo- rado Springs, Colo.; 11 grandchildren, Dylan Tiemeyer of Lindsborg, Kan., Colton and Jordyn Tiemeyer of Atwood, Kan., Daulton and Annika Thomas of Norfolk, Neb., Brianna, Mikylea, Trinity, Cambria, Zachary and Zaden Isidore of Colorado Springs; sisters, JoAnn Fangmeyer, and hus- band, Ervin, of Deshler, Connie Eitzmann, and husband, Scott, of We Thursday, May 7, 2015 Neb. After her children reached school age, she resumed teaching, acclaimed meeting room and handouts are avail- for her skills in kindergarten, second- able. ary English, home economics, and Spanish. She was widely recognized The board reconvened at 9:00 a.m. A motion was made by Christensen to for her graceful abilities to blend faro- approve the agenda and the April 20, ily, school, friends, and her lifelong 2015 minutes. Secoffdedby Zikmund. deep Christian faith. She entertained Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all countless guests of all ages and avoca- tions in her home withremarkable din- voted aye, 0 votednay. Motion carried. The Board of Commissioners all ners, often using recipes from her pub- agreed that they would participate in lished family and home economics the Lady Vesty Parade May 23, 2015 cookbooks. in Superior. She assisted Bruce's pursuit of his Royce Gonzales requested that the doctorate in education from the Uni- office chairs for Kate Brown and Clerk versity of Nebraska, and later his oftheDistrictCourtofficebereplaced. achievementsinNebraskaandnational, After a brief discussion on which bud- conservation endeavors including the Acres for Wildlife program, get it would come out of the board Her Christmas poems, blending the agreed. year' s family highlights with her strong Vicki Ensign approached the board faith in the redeeming power and pres- ence of the Lord, were annual classics. Her multiple hobbies and interests included travel, a love of the outdoors, swing dancing, horseback riding, ten- his with family and friends, pheasant and antelope hunting, attending Cornhusker home football games, Bible study, Scrabble, and planning the next family meal. She was active in the Silver Creek Methodist Church, and taught Sunday school and MYF for many years. Along with all of her childhood family, she was preceded in death by her husband, Bruce; and son, Scott. She is survived by her sons, Kent of Houston, Minn., and Douglas of Madi- son, Wis.; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Her funeral was held at the Silver Creek Methodist Church with Pastor Murray Johnston officiating. Burial followed at the Silver Creek Cem- etery. Public Notices (First Published May 7, 2015 in The Superior Express) Public Notice The Nuckolls County Board of Equalization will hold a hearing to consider Motor Vehicle Exemption request for Midland Area Agency on Aging for two 2012 Dodge Caravan Grand SE Sport Vans May 18, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. in the Board of Commis- sioners room, Nuckolls County Court- house, 150 South Main, Nelson, Neb. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A runner-up. After graduating from nursing A list of organizations seeking an school, she worked as a scrub nurse in exemptionis available in the office of Springfield for eight years. She earned the Nuckolls County Treasurer. a B.S. degree in education in 1974 and Carrie Miller, continued to work in the health care Nuckolls County Clerk profession. She also wrote the Health ZNEZ 19-2c as posted in:the commissioners board : Hodge also gave Nelson Community about the sick leave and vacation time that was not paid out when she became an elected official. Ensign and the board tabled the discussion until next budget year. Gary Warren presented an extended warranty option on one of the currently used motor graders. This would extend the warranty two years or 7,000 hours for $4,300.85. The motor grader has required work in the past. A motion was made by Christensen for Gary to purchase the extended warranty for $4,300.85. Seconded by Zikmund. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The board asked Tim Schmidt and Kate Brown to join them. They wanted to ask Tim if in Kate' s spare time if she would be willing to help work on the new Nuckolls County Employee Hand- book. Jim Bolte, Susan Rogers Maggie Peterson, Brad Baker would all be asked to join Zikmund on the person- nel committee. Sharon Huestle with South Central Economic Development presented 2014 annual report. A motion was made by Corman to accept the South Central Economic Development 2014 annual report. Seconded by Zikmund. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A motion Was made by Christensen for the courthouse staff to have a sur- plus sale with excess-unused equip- ment. Seconded by Zikmund. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A motion was made by Corman to sign an Understanding of Service be- tween Nuckolls County and Contryman Associates, P.C. for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 audits. Seconded by Christensen. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Club Board 2015 contact list. Commissioners visited the jail per 14-109. No new business. A motion was made by Zikmund for the Chairman to sign a law enforce- ment agreement between the Village of Ruskin and Nuckolls county. Sec- onded by Corman. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Susan Rogers request the board to approve a contract with Nuckolls County Assessor and GIS web support locking in pricing for the next three years. A motion was made by Corman for Susan Rogers to proceed with the contract between Nuckolls County As- sessor and GIS web support. Seconded by Zikmund. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A phone discussion was held be- tween the board of commissioners and eddy Wyatt conceming the weed au- thority position. Zikmund explained the mold test- ing results of Integrity Home Inspec- tion & Testing LLC as received. It was suggested by Christensen to have Dr. Blecha look over the lab results and" give a physician's opinion of the em- ployee health and safety. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at l:15 p.m. un- til Monday, May 4, 2015. Danny K. Corman, chairman By: Carrie Miller, county clerk ZNEZ 19-1c (First published April 30, 2015 in The Superior Express) Notice of Organization Notice is hereby given of the orga- nization of a limited liability company which will bear the name of D & D' s Lyon's Den, LLC with its registered office at 1294 Road 3700, Nelson, Nebraska 68961. The general nature of the business is all lawful business which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska. The business of the com- pany commenced upon filing of the Nebraska Certificate of Organization wiffi the Nebraska Secretary of State on April 8, 2015 and its duration is perpetual. The limited liability com- pany shall be namanged by its mem- bers. Jay Lyon Registered Agent John V. Hodge, 25197 Garrison Building 155 S. Main Street Nelson, Nebraska 68961 (402) 225-2341 It was discussed that Nuckolls ZNEZ 18-3c CareersProgramfortheShawneeMis, (First published April 23, 2015 county would follow their eight year sion school district. Then, attheageof in The SuperiorExpress) cycle and request an audit with the "Conscience is the mirror ofour souls, 64, she went back to school to earn her Notice State of Nebraska in 2018. which represents the errors of our lives master's degree in family counseling. In the County Court of Nuckolls Chairman Corman recessed the in their full shape." George Bancroft After graduating, she worked at St. i County, Nebraska meeting at 10:30 a.m. for the Board of Mary's Hospital as a grief counselor Estate of Doris Jones, Deceased Equalization. Chairman Corman re- until 2012. Estate No. PR 15-8 convened the meeting at 10:36 a.m. ~ffice She is preceded in death by her Notice is hereby given that a Peti- back to Bgard of Commissioners parents, Durwood and Mildred Swift tion forProbate or'Wfll"~f"'s~aid de=" ~i-~olmH~dge'foi ~e Neis~)n'Com: ..... :Supplies'" and step-son, Brian Hills. ceased, Determination bf Heirs, and munity Club requested permission to She is survived by her husbandof AppointmentofAngelaL. Gardneras continue the Christmas lights on the Superior Publishing Co. 38 years, Jene Hallgrimson, of the Personal Representative has been filed trees of the courthouse lawn. They 148 E. Third St. home; three sons, Bill Wendt of Call- and is set for hearing in the County discussedoptionstobettermaintenance Superior 402-879-3291 fomia, JimWendtofKansasCity,Kan. Court ofNuckolls County, Nebraska, and preserve both trees and lights. and Mark Wendt of Chanute, Kan.; located at Nuckolls County Court, her step- children, Craig Hills of Inde- Nelson, Nebraska 68961 on May 12, pendence, Mo.,andMrs Scott Flowers 2015 at or after 9:15 a.m. (Andrea) of Lee's Summit, Mo.; and Angela L. Gardner, Petitioner 17 grandchildren plus six great-grand- 411 4th Street children. Her funeral was Thursday at Nora, NE 68961 Newcomer's Funeral Home, Indepen- (402) 621-0025 dence, Mo. Burial was in the Resur- Randall Alexander (Bar ID 15337) rection Catholic Cemetery, Lenexa, Downing, Alexander and Wood Kan. 355 N. Commercial, PO Box 185 Superior, Nebraska 68978 COW[~I~ (402) 879-4751 Barbara Caryl (Kindscher) Cowgill, ZNEZ 17-3c 101, died in Monona, Wis., on April 8. She was born in Guide Rock on Jan. (Published April 7, 2015 in 17, 1914, to John Samuel and Mary The Superior Express) Aileen (McPherson) Kindscher. Their Nuckolls County Board of youngest daughter, she enjoyed a rural Commissioners Proceedings childhood with her sisters, Marjorie The Nuckolls County Board of and Ariel; and brother, Gordon. She Commissioners met Monday, April 27, became skilled as a pianist and seam- 2015 in the board meeting room at the stress and devoted her early years to courthouse, Nelson, Nebraska, per re- teaching in Nebraska after graduating cess of April 20, 2015. Christensen, from Hastings College with abachelor Zikmund and Corman present for the of arts degree, meeting. The agenda of said meeting She married Bruce Cowgill, on was remitted to board members in ad- vance of the meeting and is posted in June 2, 1940, and together they raised the county clerk's office and on the their three sons, Bruce Kent, Lale Dou- county website. 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Business Agent: Waid Vontz, Shari Schutte !: Home Auto or Mariah Charbonneau Boat Address: 401 N Central Ave, Superior, NE 68978 Umbrella Office: 402-879-3913 or 800-965-3913 Motorcycle Lower Republican Natural Resources District Order Adopting Amendment to Ground Water Management Rules and Regulations Pursuantto Neb. Rev. Sat. 46- 743 and 46-744, the Lower Republican Natural Resources District (LRNRD) adopts the proposed amendment to the District's Ground Water Management Rules and Regulations (the "Rules.") A Public Hearing was held an April 9, 2015 to consider the adoption of an amendment to Rule 7-14.12. Testimony and evidence was received by the Board and the Board finds that Rule 7-14.12 should be amended to impose a one-year pumping maximum allocation on ground water during the 2015 irrigation season of 13 inches per effective Certified Irrigated Acre or 13 inches per effective Certified Irrigated Acre if a Pooling Arrangement or Pooling Agreement has been approved by the District. It is Therefore Ordered by the LRNRD that the above amendment to Rule 7- 14.12 is approved and adopted and shall become effective May 14, 2015. During regular business hours, copies of the full text of the amenment to the Rule 7-14.12 may be obtained at the District Office located at 30 North John Street, P.O. Box 618, Alma, Nebraska, telephone number (308) 928-2182. Dated April 9, 2015 Lower Republican Natural Resources District, By: Marlin Murdoch, Chair Certification I, David Bartels, the undersigned Secretary for the Lower Republican Natural Resources District, in the State of Nebraska, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Order of the Board of Directors adopted on April 9, 2015, that the subject included in the Order was contained in the agenda for the meeting, kept continually current and readily available for public inspection at the administrative office of the District; that such subject was contained in said agenda for at least twenty-four hours prior to said meeting; that a current copy of the NebraskaOpen MeetingsActwas publicly announced, available and accessible to members of the public, posted dudng such meeting in the room in which such meeting was held; that at [ least one copy of all reproduc b e material discussed atthe meeting was available I I atthemeet=ngforexamMnaUonandcopylngbymembersofthepub c;thatal news I media requesting notification concerning meetings of said body were provided [ [ advance notification of the time and place of said meeting and the subjects to be [ I discussed at said meeting. 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