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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 13, 2010 Ill Public Notices IPublished May 13. 2010 in 7he Superior Express) Public Notice The regular monthly meeting of the board of Education Service Unit 9 will be held on Monday, May 17.2010 at 6 p.m.. in the ESU 9 main conference room. 1117 E South St.. in Hastings, Neb. In the event the board is unable to nn eeton this date. the alternate meeting date will be Tuesday, May 18.2010 at 6 p.m. An agenda containing a listing of subjects requiring the attention of the board is available for public inspection during normal business hours in the ESU 9 main office. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda will not be enlarged later than 24 hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting. Sue Brown Board Secretary 19-1c First Published May 13. 2010 in The Superior Express) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that pursu- ant to Section 3-134. a Public Hearing will be conducted relating tO the issu- ance of retail liquor license to: Cooperative Producers Inc Dba: Ampride-Superior 548 N Bloom Street Superior. NE 68978 Public Hearing is scheduled for Monday, May 24, 20!0 at 7:45 p.m. at the regular City Council meeting in the Conference Room of the City-Utility Office at 135 West 4th Street. Supe- rior. NE. At said time and place, all persons Interested in the above case shall be heard. Jan DieM. City Clerk City of Superior lc (First published May 6. 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice of Organization Notice is hereby given that, ANZ Concrete Landscape Edging, LLC. a Nebraska Limited Liability Company; is organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska. with its registered office at 560 Mill Race Road. Superior. Neb. 68978. The general nature of its busi- ness is to engage m and to do any lawful act concerning any and all law- ful business, other than banking or insurance, for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of Nebraska. and for all other purposes authorized by law. to the same extent as natural persons might or could do. The limited liability company was formed on April 23. 2010, and has perpetual existence. Its affairs shall be conducted by the members pursuant to an operating agreement duly adopted by the company. By: Carla J Alexander, attorney 355 N. Comermcial PO Box 185 .......... Superior. Neb. 68978 18-3c (First published May, 6, 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice of formal hearing for complete settlement to formally probate will, determine heirs and distribute assets Estate of Ellen M. Lagant, deceased Case No. PR 07-23 Notice is hereby given that the per- sonal representative has filed a final accounting and report, of his adminis- tration and a formal petition.for com- plete settlement after informal testate proceeding, which have been set for hearing in the county court of Nuck- oils County, Neb.. at Nelson. Neb.. on Tuesday, May 25.2010 at 9:30 o' clock a.m. Diana L. Wehrman Clerk of the County Court Dean N. Hansen (Bar ID No. 11690) Attorney for Personal Representative PO Box 401. Edgar, Neb.. 68935-0401 402-224-8105 18-3c (First published May 6. 2010, in The Superior Express) NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder in the middle hallway of the Nuckolls County Courthouse, I st Level. 150 S. Main. Nelson, Nuckolls County, Nebraska on the 16th day of June. 2010 at 10:00 o'clock a.m.: Lot 6-C. Block Two (2), Guthrie's Subdivison of Block 1 and Part of Block 2 of Hunter's First Addition to the original town of Superior. Nuck- oils County, Nebraska. more com- monly known as: 1334 Idaho Street. Superior. Nebraska 68978-1003. The property is being sold "as is" and subject to any unpaid real estate taxes, assessments and any lien or in- terest superior in right which may af- fect the subject property. The highest bidder will deposit $500.00 in cash or certified funds with the trustee at the time of the sale. which shall be non- refundable, and the remaining amount due must be paid in cash or certified funds to the trustee by 4:00 p.m. on the day of the sale: except this requirement is waived when the highest bidder is the current beneficiary. The successful bidder shall be responsible for appli- cable transfer lees or taxes including the documentary stamp tax. Dated 5th day of May, 2001. Steffi A. Swanson Substitute Trustee (12425) Law offices of Steffi A. Swanson. P.C.. L.L.O. 1902 Harlan Drive. Suite A Bellevue. Nebraska 68005 402-292-7700 18-5c (First Published April 29. 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice In the County Court of Nuckolls County. Nebraska. Estate of Paul L. Leslie, deceased. Estate No. PR10-1 I. Notice is hereby given that on April 27, 2010, in the County Court of Nuckolls County. Nebraska. the regis- trar issued a written statemen tofin faro.- real probate of the will of said decedent and that Lois M. Leslie who'.se address THANK YOU NUCKOLLS COUNTY RESIDENTS I would like to thank all the voters in Nuckolls County that supported me in the Primary Election. THANK YOU VICKI K ENSIGN NUCKOLLS COUNTY TREASURER (This ad paid for by Vicki K Ensign) FREE HYPNOSIS .SCREENING Weight Loss Stop Smoking Stress Management '7 have completely quitpop, lost 30 lbs.. regained energy and feel so much healthiel: H)pnosis does work!" Jeff Martin, Run March, Hypnotist Barneston Lincoln Hypnosis 770 N C,otner Blvd.. Suite 310. Lincoln 402-465,0409 lincolnhypnosis@yahoo.com www.lincolnhypnosiscenter.com The Lofte Community Tleatre Celebrating Our 34th Season Q Heaven Can Wat May 2g-301 June 41-6, 10-13 Guys nd Dolls July 16-18, 22-25,.29-31, Aug 1 Jake's Women August 27-29, Sept 3.5, 9-12 Unnecessary Farce Oct 15-17, 22-24, 28-31 402-234-2553 www.lofte.com 15841 Manley Road, Manley NE 68403 The Lofte is located on 1561h Street, a 112 mile North of Hwy 1, just East of Marlley, NE NEBRASKA OUTDOOR 0 May 15, 2010 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fort Kearny State Recreation Area (on highway L50A) Park Permit Required is 840 Kansas St.. Superior. Neb., 68978. was informally aPpointed by the registrar as personal representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before June 28.2010. or be forever barred. Diana Wehrman Clerk of the County Court PO Box 372 Nelson. Neb.; 68961-0372 Randall Alexander #15337 Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial. PO Box 185 Superior, Neb.. 68978 402-879-4751 17-3c I First Published May 13.2010 in The Superior Express) Notice In the Country Court of Nuckolls County. Nebraska. Estate of Geraldine E. Marr. de- ceased Estate No. PRI 0-13 Notice is hereby given that on May 10. 2010. in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. the Reg- Btrar issued a written statement of in- formal Probate of the Will of said De- cedent and that James R. Marr. whose address is 535 Converse. Superior, Neb., 68978. was informally appointed by the RegBtrar as Personal Represen- tative of the Estate. Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or be- fore July 14.2010 or be forever barred. Diana Wehrman Clerk of the County Court P.O. Box 372 Nelson. Neb. 68961 (402) 225-2371 Wayne L. Garrison 11443 Garrison & Garrison 155 S. Main Nelson, Neb.. 68961 (402) 225-2341 19-3c I Courthouse News Nuckolls County i i County Court. Speeding Quinten K. Mlinar. Doniphan. $75: Matthew R. Akin. Grand Island. $75: Travis J. Schoenrock. Superior.. CMV MCSAP defective brake. $50. County Court, Civil General Collection vs. Jesus R. Rios. Ruskin: judgment entered. Credit Bureau of Hastings. Inc. vs. Katrina Wulf. Superior; judgment en- tered. District Court. Civil Midland Funding LLC vs. Derek Hiatt. Superior; .judgment entered. Tracy Crookshanks vs Stephen Crookshanks. petition fkr dissolution of marriage. Marriages Thaddaeous Charles Fuller and Heather Lynn Barnes were roamed on May 3. 2010 in Nelson by Diana Wehrman. county court magistrate, with Todd E. Sporing and Vicky L. Picha as witnesses. Real Estate Transfers NAMROC. Inc to Dustin Carman. 'W 172N:tE V4"IUQ=5 Gary NIassey, Chrystal Massey to John Roger Watts. Lot 1.2.3, 4, 5.6. 7,8,9.10.11.12.13.14. 15.16.17.18. 19.20. 21.22.23 in Block 12, Second Addition of Hardy Dustin Cassell. Nicole Cassell to Jeffery A. Thayer, Tammy Jo Frahm- Kathryn Louise Nelson. co-trustee oftbe Louise B. Lyon Revocable Trust. to Paul E. Folkerts, NW V4 and N 1/2 SW 1/4 19-4-6. Hardy i St. Paul Lutheran Church: Pastors Daryl Nelson and Connie Raess. Sun- day, May 16:9 a.m. worship, 10 a.m. fellowhip hour, 10:15 a.m. Sunday school; Wednesday, May 19:1:30 p.m. Women-ELCA Bible study and busi- ness meeting. Union Church of Hardy Lance Shafer. Pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m.. morning worship 10:30 a.m. ushers are Madison and Evin Miller. WCU meets Thursday, May 20, 2 p.m Circus to visit Nuckolls County A troup of fourth and fifth-genera- tion circus performers will visit Nelson on Tuesday. The James Cristy.Cole Circus will perform at the Nuckolls County Fairgrounds at 7:30 p.m. According to the website. James Plunkett will produce the event. Plunkett is a trampoline and high-wire performer, and can trace: his family lineage four generations to vaudeville. Plunkett' s wife. Christine. is a fourth generation circus performer as well. Christine and her sister. Laura, are both animal trainers. The Plunketts have three children, James, Cristy and Cole. for which the circus is named. Their children train and perform in the circus, creating a fifth generation. The James Cristy Cole Circus will feature a dog and pony revue, camel. draft horse, llama and miniature stal, lion performances. The circus includes an African elephant and royal Bengal tigers. There will be a performance by Romanian gymnasts and two Argen- tmian groups will perform a sword balancing act and a balance and dex- terity act. A 1927 Ford Model T is part of a comedy act to be performed. The appearance in Nuckolls County will be sponsored by the Tehama Shriners. Obituaries LaVetta Dunn LaVetta Florence Dunn. 84. the daughter of Thomas and Bernice (Blacker) Mohler, was born on Oct. 29.1925. at Mankato. She died May 8, at the Superior Good Samaritan Cen- ter. LaVetti attended Bostwick and S.uperior, with the Superior High School Class I of 1943. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Superior. On June 6. 1945. she was united in marriage to Dale Dunn at Mankato. To this scboo] at graduating umon was born one daughter, Lynn. She lived in the Superior area all her life except during Dale's military ca- reer which took them all over the world. She was a 50-year member of the Rebekka Lodge. Thayer. Lot 3 and Pt Lot 2 in Block 27. Original Town of Nelson. Verna M. Fuller to Wesley Fuller. Kevin Fuller and Julie Hofeldt. trust- ees for the Verna M. Fuller Revocable Trust, Part SW 1/4 31 - 1-5 Georgia Mary Lyon. co-trustee for the Louise B. Lyon Revocable Trust. to Paul E. Folkerts. NW 1/4 and N 1/2 SW 1/4 19-4-6. LaVetta was preceded in death by her parents; her daughter; Lynn: one sister. LaVella Ray; and four brothers. Samuel. Dwight, Ferald and Clede. Survivors include her husband, Dale. of Superior. son-in-law. Clarence Tyler, Superior; four grandchildren. Dale Tyler, Superior. Darren Tyler, Franklin. Texm.. Devin Tyler. Wichita. and Donald Tyler, Superior; five great- Swap Meet & Flea Market Saturday, May22, 2010, opens at sunrise ,,.G::%. . 2 Mil6s East of Waverly Middle School '/,,,.,, On Bluff Rd. Waverly, NE C ? ...........  ' Great deals on everything '|  \\; from tractors, machinery, -  antiques & collectibles l .....  ........ * \\; .Free admission & parking TH'-siq.s -AI you can eat pancake feed Lunch on the grounds Vendors $20 For information 7-9090 Yhe diabctcs drug Avandia " {Ros@itazo side effects that may lead to stroke, by the U.S Senate Finance Committee sgnificaat increase in the risk of heart at report's authors said Avandia should loved one has suffered serious side effec call James Rolshouse & Associates t Visit Olfline At: WWW. James Rolshouse Gr Associates mtorneys at Law is linked to an increased ask of serious attack and death. A report released rates that Avandia is associatcd with a acks and heart related deaths Two of the be taken off the market, if you or a s after using the diabetes drug Avandia? )11 free at 1-888-409-8378 RolshouseLaw.com Lawyers ot Jomes Rolshouse & Ass0ci0tes ore licensed m MN and NV with Drincioal offices in Burnsville, MN, grandchildren: Madilyn, Kayli, Ashleigh, Lauryn and Ethan: two broth- ers. Harlan Mohler, San Antonio. Texas, and Thomas Mohler, Broken Bow. Her funeral was held Wednesday at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel in Superior with Darren Tyler and Patsy Busey officiating. Pallbearers were Dale Tyler. Devin Tyler, Mike Mohler. Sam Mohler, Larry Ray and Gary Cline. Honorary pallbearers were Randy Ray, Darren Tyler and Donald Tyler. Interment was in the Bostwick Cem- etery. Geraldine Mart Geraldine Elaine Marr. 87, tbe daughter of Ralph and Orpha (Jones) Herin. was born Nov. 15, 1922, at Superior, She died last Tuesday at Brad- stone Memorial Hospital in Superior. Geraldine was one of three chil- dren. She at- tended school in Superior and graduated from Superior High School. On March 14. 1942, at the Pres- byterian Church in Salina. she was.united in mamage to James Marvin Marr. This umon was blessed with five children. Geraldine was a beautician for many years, having her shop in the back of her home. She was preceded in death by her parents: her husband, Marvin. on Jan. 5, 2000; and her brothers.. Boyd and Barney Heflin. Survivors include her children. James Ronald Marr of Superior. Mrs. Leslie Suchsland (Judy Ann) of Kearney. Nebraska; Jana Sue Marr and Mrs. Larry Schultz (Jodie Kay) both of Superior and Joe Kent Marr of Lin- coln. Neb.: six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Her funeral was held Saturday at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel. Pastor Dorthea Fairbanks of- ficiated. Burial was in Evergreen Cem- etery, Superior. Wayne Moore A former Superior resident. Wayne L. Moore. 82 died Sunday in Lincoln. Neb. He was born May 9. 1928 at Republic to Frank and Fay (Stenson) Moore. While living in Superior he was employed by Consumers Public Power District. operated an electrical service and a Donda motorcycle dealership in the building now occu- pied by Price Monuments. Survivors include his wife. Loryne Moore of York: a son. Brent Moore. Exeter: daughters Mrs. John Lovegrove (Patrice) Fairmont. and Mrs. Bob Lovegrove (Vicki), Graflon; 1 I grand- children, and nine great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daugh- ter. Shelley Jean Hansen. His funeral was Wednesday,at the United Methodist Church in Exeter. Burial with military rites was in the ,Exeter Cemetery. Lawrence Persson Lawrence Albert Persson. 65. the son of Harry and Edith (Larsen} Persson. was born on Dec. 23, 1944. at Superior. He died Sunday at his home m Superior. Lawrence graduated froln Superior High School and was a member of the Superior Church of Christ. He was inducted into the United States Navy on Sept. 1. 1965. and was honorably discharged on Aug. 31. 1971. He was united in marriage to Char- loire Newell on May 29.1970. in Supe- rior. This union was blessed with three children. Lawrence worked for Mid- America Dairy for 25 years andretired Finally, Morn and I can both get a good night's sleep. Nebraska's Nursing l00omes 8, Assisted Living FaciIMeso Ta00,00e Another Look NEBRASKA HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATION nehcaoor9 1600 West "O" St.- Lincoln IIEELPJEJ E :]: ][: t1 r. ][,]'j :]],: "i 476-1501 or 800-309:6471 Relive special me ories of road trips past by vacationin in Nebraska. 1 '. Sav e 00,th a,, there ,s to see and do you ,, ' .as never been so easy! alter working at the local television station. In his pastime, he enioyed playing his guitar. One of his hobbies was photography. Lawrence was good at electronics and could fix just about anything. He was a member of Odd Fellows lodge. He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister. Lorrane Persson: and a brother-in-law. Clyde Montgom- ery. Survivors include his wife, Char- lotte, of the home; daughters, Mrs. Corey Aksamit (Lori) of Oklahoma, Kathy Persson and Mrs. Michael Mar- tin (Sandy), all of Superior; five grand- children, Matthew Aksamit. McKenzie McDaniel. Marcus. Mitchell and Maddox Martin; and one sister, Joyce Montgomery, Omaha. His funeral will be held at 10 a.m. today (Thursday) from the Church of Christ in Superior with Pastors Jim Stark and Ken Fairbrother officiating. Inurnment with full military rites will be in the Evergreen Cemetery at Superior. Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Su- perior is in charge of the arrangements. Davenport By Carol Lowery i Members of St. Peters met for their LWML salad supper Thursday evening at the fellowship center with approxi- mately 40 members and guests present. Sherry Burger. Karen Haake and Michelle Prince were the hostesses. The tables were decorated with spring flowers and bells. The program was about bells presented by Tammy Srancek. Deshler. Her helpers with the hand bells were Lynn Bohling and Barbara Schardt. Each person.brought abell and put in front of her plate. Deloris Van Skiver stayed from April 29 through May 2 in St. Paul with her daughter, Darla. and Doug Vogt and granddaughter Erika. Deloris went to St. Paul to help get ready for Ericka's graduation reception. Rich and Wanda Mosier. Max and Sue Van Skiver. Nelson. Ran and Paige Van Skiver. Sutherland and Courtney Van Skiver. Nelson. were among the guests at the reception Wanda and Richard brought Deloris back to Dav- enport on Sunday evening. Tregan Albers II. B lair. stayed three days with his parents. Tregan and Deb Albers. and he.lped his dad on the farm. Trenton Albers was home for a day and then he returned to Papillion ac- companied by his mother. He took her out to eat supper and then she drove to Sterling and was an overnight guest of her sister. Ruthie, and Dan Heitbrink. Later Saturday morning, she visited her aunt. Ruth Horstman. Sterling, be- fore returning home. Order of Eastern Star met last Tues- day evening with eight members present. Plans were made for those attending grand chapter in Lincoln. Neb. Vernon and Betty Carman were hosts and served lunch Ellen Buresh attended the DCCW spring meeting at St. Joseph's Catholi Church in Superior last Monday evening. All attending had a meal to- gether. John and Marge Wrage, Cozad. came to the home of Mike and Ellen Buresh on Saturday evening and were overnight guests. After the worship service on Sunday, the 11)ur of them took the girls' mother. Agnes Drudik. out to eat dinner Three cheers! Aria Zabel has re- turned to Courtyard Terrace. She has been rec uperati ng at B I ue Valley Nurs- ing Home after she broke her hip. Cel- ebrating Mother's Day. together were Wendell and Aria Zabel. Roger and Chris Fehr.Phil and Deb ,Mmson and Dan son and Lt:cy Voigt. , find it easy to re-qreate your favorite adventures whilereconnecting with / family and friend{. Here are a few / ideas to get you Started: Family Fun Zoos, Children's Museums, Water Parks Water Recreation Boating, Canoeing, Tanking, Windsurfin9 History I tll"b"l Memorial Day is May 31 Reduced prices on in-stock monuments, markers, benches, & vases Two Convenient Locations Trump Memorials Moon & Sun Monumen 613 4th St. - Fairbur 729-2146 or 800-307-434 You could win $529 for four child's collegr,, fund by investing in the College Savings P!a0 of Nebraska during the WIN 529 promotion. MARCH WINNERS: APRIL WINNERS: Susan B., Melhourne Beach. FL Robert M., Pottstown, PA Valefie C., Hollywood, FL Michael H., Lincoln, NE Two more winners will be selected each month through July2010. Go to www.win529.com- for your chance at an extra $529 and more details. [he College Savings Plan of Nebraska s a stale-sponsored 529 plan and is part of the Nebraska [dacalional Savings Plan [rust ("[rust" and plan issuer) lhe Nebraska Slate Treasurer serves as lruslee lfle Nebraska laveslment Council oversees the iuveslmen!s, aud Union Bank. & Trosi Company serves as Pragram Manager. Investments in the College Savings Plan of Nebrash are not gonrnnteed or Jusured by lbe State of Nebraske. the Nebraska State Treasurer. the Nebraska Investment Council, Union Sank & Trast Company, the FDIC, or nny other entity. To lea m aba at the College Savings Pla a of Nab mska, its iaveshnenl objectives, risks, fees, and expenses, read the Eamllment HaMbnok (issuer's official statement), which , is available by calling 888-9934746. B COLLEGE Cheek with ye,=r home state.to laam whether it offers tax or ethel | SAVINGS PLAN IofNebraska benefits for iavestin in its own 529 plan. 888-993-3746 They ate together at a cafe in Hebron. Curtis and Cindy Dun!up], North Platte, came Saturdayan8 stayed with Donna Bohling. Sunday, Tim and Deb O'Calaghan went out to eat with them. Curtis returned, to North Platte and Cindy stayed to visit her mother for a few days. Richard and Mary Alice Corman drove to Lincoln, Neb., Friday evening to attend a graduation reception for Daniel Osori, a pre-med student who graduated from UNL. He was one of the top 25 students graduating at UNL on Saturday. Daniel took part in the Lutheran Student Center on Campus and was involved with the'Lutheran Center. Several women held a recep- tion for him on Friday evening. Home Engineers Extension Club met at the home of Irene Hat,man last Tuesday afternoon. Roll call was an- swered bY 10 members. LucilleHenry gave the lesson on purghasing green. During the business meeting, the tour for the June meeting was discussed. The picmc will be held in August. Irene served lunch. Dennis and Zola Johnson drove to Blue Hill on Sunday morning and took his mother, Viola, to a worship service. They went to Hastings for a surprise dinner with Jerry and Karen Torske, Holstein, Duane and Dee Johnson, Faith Nelson. all of Grand Island. Liela Krupicka met Fran Hammond and Delbert and Deb" Virchow in Hastings. The Virchows took their mothers out for dinner. Richard and Mary Alice Carman visited his mother, Betty, andVernon Carman Sunday afternoon. Lucy Wegener visiied her mother Friday evening and ate supper with her. May 2, Lloyd and Marilyn Holtzen attended a service at the Faith Luth- eran Church. Hastings, honoring their granddaughter. Lexi A,aers0n, for her confirmation. A dinner was.held at the home of Lexi's parents. Gary and Regina Anderson. afterwards. On the way home. Lloyd and Marilvn visited Marilyn's brother Barry Lipker, wbo lives in Hastings and another brother, Rob. and Tammy Lipker, Harvard. Sunday. Lorene Bethke had coffee with her daughter, Karen Stierlin, at Hebron. At noon she was a dinner guest of Bertha Dana. Hebron. Other guests were Richard and Linda Dana and Michael Hatch, Carleton. Jenny Gilmore and family, Man- hattan. Kan.. and Amy Hinds and her family were Mother's Day guests of Patty and Joe Johnston. As a faculty member of Clarkson College, Cheryl Walburn attended the graduation ceremony held at the La Vista Conference Center on May 1. Jerry and Dee Dietrick. Cedar Falls, Iowa. visited Don and Marilyn Ahrens, Thursday afternoon. Later they visited Kenneth and Helen Buckles. Jerry and Dee are the managers of the Lariat RV Park where the Ahrens and Buckles winter. The Bruning-Davenport spring con- cert was held at Bruning last Tuesday evening. Many of the music contest pieces: were'performed ......... ": " Cheryl Walburn. Jerod Walburn, and Don and Marilyn Ahrens ate at a local restaurant on Sunday in honor of Mother's Day and Don and Marilyn Ahrens' wedding anniversary. Sunday Harold Gerberding and Barb Powers took Lucille Gerberding out to lunch and they drove to Byron where they visited Vernon and Norma Hoops. Harold had coffee with Barb on Friday. alga Reinke visited her sister, Louise Loontjer, in Deshler last Sun- day. Donna Meyer who has been work- lng in Indonesia has returned to Dav- enport for two months. She is staying with her mother alga Reinke, but will be visiting other relatives and friends. Larry and Marie Krueger attended the graduation recepnon at Exeter on Saturday afternoon honoring James Strate, a great-nephew of Larry. They also attended the graduation ceremony for Exeter-Milligan High School at Exeter. Shirley Keim visited Saturday at the home of Tom and Barb Bohling. She visited with her granddaughter, Britney Bohling, and Adilyn, Lincoln. Neb., who had stayed two days with the Bohlings. Stella Schroeder, Grand Island, was a Saturday overnight guest of her grand- parents. Roger.and Maryls Schroeder. .Sunday her dad, Jesse, came for dinner and Stella went home with him. Sallie Pfeifer'visited her aunt. Lela Rohrbaugh, at Blue Valley Nursing Home in Hebron last Tuesday. Friday, Dale and Sallie Pfeifer went to Omaha. Sunday they came home via Lincoln and went toQujnton Wood's home to help him celebrate his first birthday. He is their great-grandson. Cindy and Meisha Hutchinson. Lin- coln, Neb., visited Sunday with Larry and Marilvn Keim. $2,4OO,OOO 9.9% cap rate Single-tenant Net Lease Retail Store in Pueblo, CO FreeStanding 69,55:3 sq ft bldg. on 6.t7 acres Listed by: Co-marketed by: Darryl Szymanshi, Gt MRE Dave Smith, CaM Broher dbo Broker IntegrityOne of Colorado RE/MAX Commercial Midwest :308-760-0099 402-614-9660 Licensed in NE, CO, IA & R$ with offices in Alliance and Omahe. 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