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N I, 2003 in First Published May I, 2003 in >ross The Superior+Express Notice I be received by the In the County Court of Nuckolls !erk until May 19, County, Nebraska. ~truction Estate of Patricia A. Thaycr, De- culvert and other ceased le project is Estate No. PR02-30 road between SecNoticeis hereby giventllat aWaiver Is County. of Final Account and Report ot Ad- "Supe- ministration and a petition ior coun- andshall plete settlement, probate of will and porta- determination of heirs have been filed aired for the and are set for hearing in the County 9'x9'x52' Court of Nuckolls County, Nob., lo- on a 0 degree cated at Nuckolls County Court, Nel- )ron. son, Neh., 68961, on May 27, 2003. at mentsand or after I 1:45 o'clock a.m. to public in- Michael L. Thayer, the Nuckolls . Personal Representative S. Main Street, Rt. I. Box 101, Nora, Nob., 68961 A set of docu- Randall Alexander (Bar ID #15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood ghway Super- 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 Nelson, Superior, Nob. 68978 18-3c 402-225-4361 or Notice of Meeting furnished The South Central Nebraska Uni- fied School District No: 5 will meet in may be mailed or regular session on Monday, May [9, at of Nuck- 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at /Courthouse, 150 Lawrence-Nelson Elementary in Nob. 68961, Lawrence. Agendas are available. Ic as, "Con- Proceedings of the osal - Superior Superior City Council April 28, 2003 tid Proposal, each The Superior City Council con- unconditional vened in public session on tile 28th day Check made of April,2003 in the Conference Room ty Treasurer of of City Utility Building at 7:30 p.m. a, in an Present were council members ve (5) percent of the Christiancy, Menke, Grove, Simonsen each bidder is to Mickelsen. Absent; Springer. Notice time of begin- ofmeetingwasgiveninadvancethereof for the project by posting in the City Clerk's Office, ;al. The required Municipal Library aqd Public Safety roject is Sept. Building, the designated method of bidder (i.e. giving notice. allowed forty-five Utility Section. completion of Council approved the April Utility t~g work at the Claims; adopted Resolution 03- 11 re- days following the garding Sam Clark's wages. Resolution 0:3-11 successful Be It Resolved by tim Mayor and a surety Bond or City Council of the City of Superior. to or greater Neb., that the two-year wage freeze Ounl of the contract, lbr Sam Clark has concluded; Orm of the bonds are AND FURTHER, tfiat Sam Clark e by the Nuck- is now entitled to the fifteen-cent (. 15 } oners, hourly wage increase, which wasgiven ounty Board of to the full time employees in January the right to 2003. or to waive any Passed Approved this 28th day of received. Award April, 2003. be in accordance Billy J. Maxey, Mayor aasingAct'scom_ Jensen reported tbal some of the s as set natural gas regulator sets have been tat 23-3110 completed and that work on the re- sst Countymainder of the regulators has begun. oners will at its Council passed Ordinance 1052-Gas the c~mtract on the Meter Testing, on the first reading. bid re- Ordinance 1052-Gas Meter Tcstmg is aq Equal relating to Municipal Gas System; )yer. meters; to harmonize will> state htw;to Selma Ferguson repeal conflicting ordinances and sec- County Clerk 18-3c tions; to provide an effective date and ordered to be published in pamphhet .May I, 2003 in form, first reading. Express City Section: Council approvedthe April 14, 2003 Court of Nuckolls meeting minutes; approved the April City Claims; approved Ordinance 105 I '.lifl\)rd T.Young, De- relating to amplification of sound sys- I terns, second reading; approved Ordi- nance 1051 relating to ampli fication of " that on April sound systems, second reading. Court of Nuck- Ordinance 1051 the registrar An Ordinance relatmg to amplifi- fformal cation ofsound systems. Be it ordained :ntand by the Mayor and City Council of the ung, whose address City of Superior, Nebraska, that it shall Superior, Neb. be unlawful lot" any person with in the Ippointed by city to operate any radio, tape player, epresenta- compact disc player, Stereophonic sound system, or similar device which estate must file reproduces or a,nplifies radio broad- Court on or be- casts, or musical recordings, m or upon barred, any street, alley, or other public place in such a manner as to be audible to any Y Court person at any point or place more than 68961 seventy-five (75) feet from the source. The prohibition set lorth hereto shall ohnson, Baack, not apply to such activity: Attorneys (I) When conducted in connection 5. Box 790 with an activity or event sponsored by 18-3c a school, cburch or governmental eta- 8, 2003 in Xpress Closing ourt of Nuckolls I.. M.D . Beatrice clinic summer hours: 6:00 to 9:00 pm starting 5/5/03 For Appointments call: 402-228-1770 120 S. 5th Street or 402-484-6222 Lincoln office Toll Free at: 888-806-6571 Offices also in Hastings & Grand Island state of Galen :!Yen that the Co- nves have filed a of their Ad- for com- stribution, for last will and for and for confir- ta , all of which i.-. the Nuck- on TUesday, May )ur of I:00 o'clock Court eb. 68961 31 Box 193 19-3c WE'RE RIGHT HERE AT HOME! See your LOCAL HOMETOWN insurance agency! Gary Thompson Agency Inc. " 401 N. Central Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3315 tity; (2) When conducted in connection with an activity open to the public, such as a carnival, circus, athletic event; street dance; and (3) If a permit for same has been issued by the Superior City Council, or its designee, which may include such conditions as the City Council, or its designee, shall deem necessary and appropriate; provided however, such conditions shall be reasonable related to preserving the public peace, and shall not infringe upon the applicant's right to free speech. (4) Upon conviction for a first of- fense, the fine shall not exceed $ 100.00; For second and subsequent offenses, the fine shall be not less than $100.00 nor in excess of $500.00. Billy Maxey, Mayor Council to work with Floyd Rothfuss on his purchase or property on South National Street after the prop- erty has been purchased; approve the Eagles' request for a Special Liquor License on May 24 on the condition that their fine has been paid; approved the Elk's request to block the east side of Central Street in front of the Elks Lodge on May 25 from 3 p.m. to 1 .a.m. for street dance; approved the Firemen's request to block second Street between Central and Commer- cial on July 5 for street dance and approve request for Special Liquor License for same date; approved pay- ing 60 percent of $750 for the striping uf the truck route; approved the changes in Ordinance 6-115 relating to dogs and cats, first reading; 6- 115 Dogs and Cats: Kennel: Terms Defined. The term "Kennel" shall be construed to include any es- tablishment for the raising, training, boarding or selling of dogs, cats, birds, trace, rats or other small animals for hire or profit or where more than three dogs or cats are harbored or kept. Council waived the three-reading rule and ordered the ordinances to har- monize with state law; to repeal con- flitting ordinances and sections; to provide and effective date and ordered to be published in pamphlet form; adopted Ordinance 1053 relating to vacancy due to unexcused absences; adopted Ordinance 1054 relating to petition write-in and other candidates h)r general election ballot; procedures; adopted Ordinance 1055 relating to repeal inability to assume office; adopted Ordinance 1056 relating to recall procedures; adopted Ordinance 1057 relating to referendum limita- tions; adopted Ordinance 1058 relat- ing to proposed Budget Statement, Contents, Availability, Correction; Adopted Ordinance 1059 relating to proposed budget statement, hearing, adoption; certification of tax amount; adopted Ordinance 1060 relating to Revision of budget; adopted Ordinance 1061 relating to orooertv tax levv: maximum; authority to exceed; adopted Ordinance 1062 relatingtoCredit cards and Electronic Funds transfers; author- ity to accept; adopted Ordinance 1063 relating to deposit of funds; adopted Ordinance 1064 relating to loads, spill- ing or shifting; adopted Ordinance 1065 relating to Child Passengers; Use of Restrain System or Occupant Pro- tection system; adopted Ordinance 1066 relating to occupant protection systems; requirements; adopted Ordi- nance 1067 relating to Criminal mis- chief; adopted Ordinance 1068 relat- ing to theft; adopted Ordinance 1069 relating to theft of telecommunica- tions service; adopted Ordinance 1070 relating to Criminal imperson- ation; adopted Ordinance 1071 relat- ing to diversion of services, MeterTam- poring; unauthorized reconnection, prohibited; evidence; adopted Ordi- nance 1072 relating to diversion of services, Civil Action, gather infor- mation on Zadina, Administration; council consensus to service notices to property owners not in compliance with the ordinances relating to property clean up; no travel requests and committee reports were given. In .Stock Publishing, Co. Superior, Neb., 402-879-3291 Meeting adjourned. Petz Living Trust to Leann M. Fritzler and Elaine E. Fraley, undivided 1/2 April Utility Claims: interest in NE 114 13-2-7, NW 1/4 7- Matt Friend Truck Equipment, 2-6,SW I //4 6-2-6 and Lots I 1 and 12, 3,988.90;NationalPublicGasAgency, Block 26, O. T: Nelson. 109,878.50; NPPD Treasury Dept. Secretary of Housing & Urban De- 66,422.89;Quality RedDMix, 102.34; velopment to James A. Schmidt, Part StofNEHHSLaboratory,37.00;Alltel NW I/4 17-4-6. Cellular, 99.00; Ailtel CellularWaste- Jerry and Ruth Mahieu to Robert water, 22,24; American Family Life, W. Scheil, Lots I, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, 210.42; Dept of Labor, 77.69; Five Block 2, Second addition to Ruskin. Points Banks, 312.60; John Druba, James L. and Feme J. Butler a/k/a 109.50; NE Municipal Power Pool, FernJ. Butler and Scott J. Butlera/k/a 2,529.88; Postage by Phone, 500.00; Scot James ButlerandShellyButlera/ South Central Public Power, 939.21; k/a Shelly L. Butler to Richard J. and Standard Insurance, 417.38; Salaries, Crystal L. Meyer, undivided !/4 inter- 13, 812.31; 10,972.11. April City Claims: est Andrew J. and Peggy Meyer, undi- AIIteICellular, i04.12;AlltelCom- vided I/4interest;MarkChapman, un- munications, 5.37; American Family divided 1/2 interest Part N 1/2 SE Life, 426.22; County Clerk, 122.13; I/4 36-1-7. Deuei Pharmacy, 209.92; Eakes Of- Summer Beck to Glenda C. Run- flee Products, 24.95; Farmers & Mer- yen, Lots 4, 5 and 6, Block 40. T. chants Bank, 1,998.73;FarmersCoop- Hardy. erative Assoc., 10,51 ; Garrison & Gar- i+ m ml rison, 900.00; John Druba, 90.00; LeagueofNEMunicipality, 1.84;Phil- Oak lips 66 Company, 472.31 ; Pierce Elec- By Phyllis Schmitt tronics, 5,501.50; Republican Valley Exterminator, 45.00; RPK Industries, ' 56.80; ST of NE HHS Laboratory, First Community Church. James 150.00; Standard Insurance, 167.58; Dresser, pastor. Sunday, 9 a.m., Sun- Superior Outdoor Power, ! 15.57; NE day school; 10 a.m., worship service; Dept of Revenue, !,099.45; City of 2:30 p.m., services at Nelson Good Superior, 2,107.96; JEO, Consulting Samaritan Center; 7 p.m., prayer and Group, 2,685.00; Salaries, 7,351.55; praise. Wednesday, 7 p.m., Ladies United Healthcare, 6,993.13; CDBG Bible study at parsonage. , Certification, 35.00. Merlin and Muriel Luben were A complete text of the minutes, guests at the home of their daughter, resolutions and ordinances are on file LeeAnn Schutte. Joining them were in the city Clerk's office and are avail- her children,. Coleena Warnock and able for public inspection during regu- Michael Karash, and their families. lar business hours. Galen and Jackie Cox attended graduation ceremonies at Sandy Creek May 4, and the reception honoring Courthouse News Megan DeVore at the home of her parents, Larry and Chris DeVore, Nuckolls County Edgar. .... Among those attending the athletic Traft'ie and Misdemeanor banquet at the Lawrence-Nelson High KristiM.Loschen,Cortland, speed:- School were Don and Lola Biltoft, ing, $75. , Gerry Peterson and Phyllis Schmitt. Robert L. Jonte, Concordia, Kan., Lola Biltoft attended the funeral for count !, Overweight on Axle, $75; Tony Saathoff held at Hastings Mort- county 2, violation of brakes, $50. day and the funeral of Maurine Hill in Civil Department Edgar held Wednesday. Credit Bureau Services, Inc., vs. PaulineHansonmethercousin,Ada Denise M. Howe-Sloane, judgment Houk,Bridgeport, atAurora, Neb. She entered. returned to her home on Friday with Credit Bureau Services, Inc., vs. her granddaughter. Ada and Pauline Jesse Robles, judgment entered, ate supper in Clay Center last Monday Credit Bureal Services Inc., vs. Lynn evening. On Tuesday evening, supper HoltandMaryHolt,judgmententered. guests of Pauline at a Mankato cafe Credit Bureau Services, vs. Peter were Ada Houk, Alfred and Janell Kerrigan IlL judgment entered. Hanson, Claudia Hanson, Angela and Credit Bureau Services, vs. BettyJ. Brett Garver, Christin and Jaden Garcia, judgment entered. Hanson and Les and Darlene Hale. District Court Phyllis Schmitt attended Prayer DanaM. Knoell vs. Kevin E. Knoell, Connection at the home of Pal Riley dissolution of marriage granted, in Superior lastTuesday morning.That Melissa M. Johnson vs. Luis M. evening, she attended the acadernic Johnson, dissolution of marriage awards night at the Lawrence-Nelson granted. High School. Marilyn Carlson vs. Carolyn L. Cafe dinner guests of Pauline Drohman and Jerry L. Drohman, peti- Hanson at Superior were Ada Houk tion for partition, and Phyllis Schmitt. In the afternoon, Frances J. Keller vs. Robert M Pauline and Ada visited several eel- Keller, petition for legal separation, eteries in tl e ar a for genealogy pur- Marriage Department poses. Phyllis went on to Chester for William Eugene Kussman and . the D.A.R.E graduation in which her Patricia Ann Smith were married May grandson, Jordan Schmitt, was among I,byClerkMagistrateDianeWehrman those graduating from the program. withJerryMarquart andEdith Marquart From there, she went to Hebron to the as witnesses, home of Jerry anad Kelly Schmitt to Ryan Wayne Troudt and Mary help Jordan celebrate his birthday and Elizabeth Cuomo were married May was a supper guest. 3, by Rev. Ralph Sturdy with Patsy Donna Gillan, Cheryl Jensen and Troudt and Albert M. Ryan as wit- Andrew Shelburn were in Grand Is- nesses, land on Thursday. On Friday, Donna, Real Estate Transfers Terri Oltmans. and Brem Jensen at- Wanda J. Gass to Dennis D. and tended the Fine Arts Walk in Hastings Karen A. Shuck, E I/2 NW I/4 4-4-6. sponsored by the Phillips and Graham Robert J. and Nancy C. Kotinek to Galleries and Plum Nelly. Cheryl Brian D. and Bruce R. Wolfe, NW 1/4 Jensen was ,assisting at Plum Nelly's. and E I/2 SW 1/4 15-4-8. Phyllis Schmitt was a Mexican Leann M. Fritzler and Elaine E. night supper guest of Jackie Cox in Fraley Co-Trustees of the estate of Oak Thursday evening. On Friday, Earl C. Petz Living Trust to Leann M. Jackie was in Linc( ln with her parents, Fritzler and Elaine E. Fraley, undi- Pat and Meredith Moore, while Pat vided I/2 interest in NE I/4 13-2-7, was havinga heart procedure done. NW !/4 7-2-6 SW I/4 6-2-6; Lots 11 Gerry Peterson attended the Russ and 12, Block 26, O. T. Nelson. Snyder Track Meet at Sandy Creek, Le /nn M. Fritzler and Elaine E. Friday. Fraley, Co-Trustees of the Edna K. i I i m Im armnary nnnc Dr. Darrell Kile 0 -87 !-, 0Eit Small and Large Animals Services Grooming Appointments Available =House Calls .Country Calls .After-Hour Emergencies | Clinic Hours: Monday- Friday: 8 a.m.-Noon, and I-5 p.m. ,m,d l m Saturday: 8a.m. - Noon ~[ | Located 2 1/2 miles east of I [ stoplight on Highway 8, north side of road. I p Am DmP, M Foot Specialist- Foot Surgeon 416 N. Minnesota Ave. Hastings, Neb. 68901 Call 402-462-2788 for Thursday, May 15, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Weekend guests of Chef and Fern ception for Stacy Smith at ncr home m Mart were Kirby, Leann and Julie Mart, Davenport.. Guymon, Okla., and Roger, Kim, and StaciaGebersaccompaniedthe filth Aspen Vallequette, also of Guymon. grade class from Lawrence-Nelson and They came to attend the graduation of SuperiorschoolsThursdaytothe Henry Bill Grueber Saturday. Doorly Zoo, Omaha. Saturday Dave. Commencement exercises were Sherry, Stacia and Hale), attended held at the Lawrence-Nelson High graduation receptions for Bryce School in Nelson Saturday. Several Kintigh and Jennifer Wameking, Su- attended the graduation and receptions periorHigh School,andTori Wehrman. honoring membersoftheclass.Among Lawrence-Nelson High School. those graduating were Bobby Lowery Helen Gebers attended American and Austin Buresh. Legion Auxiliary meeting Monday Merlin Luben and Pastor Jim evening atRuskin. Dresser were in Omaha on Thursday Roger and Sue Williams attended tbrMerlin'sappointmentattheVAMC. Lawrence-Nelson High Schoolgradu- Gaylen and Jackie Cox attendedation and went to several receptions commencement exercises at Grand later. Katie O'Neill, Blair. spent the Island'sCommunityCollegeSaturday. weekend with Roger. Sue and Lance Gaylen has been teaching at the col- Williams. Lance is home lor the sum- legeintheabsenceofhisson,Jeff, who mer from college. Tyler Williams, is in Bosnia serving with the National Maryville. Mo., spent Mother's Day Guard. On Sunday, Jackie received with Roger and Sue. calls from Christopher, James and Jeff Weekend visitors of Roy and Bar- who are all serving in Bosnia.bare Stutzman were Cori Bennett, Don and Lola Biltoft attended Chris. Jessie, Kaytlyn and Brandon. graduation and the receptions for the Wichita; Laura Folkerts and Alexis, /ollowing graduates from Lawrence- Great Bend, Jeremy, Vickie and Nelson High Schoolon Saturday: An- Keegan Wagner, Nelson: and Tim. drew Pohlmeier, Sam Brockman, Pc- Tally, Matt and Megan. Nora. Sat- ter Spirk, Vince Jensen, Dustin Pettit, urday Laura, Cori anad children visited Bryce Brown, Dale Mertens, Doug Virginia Schleufer, Superior. Wehrman, Stacy Svoboda and Renee Nora United Methodist Women met Faimon. at the church last Wednesday after- Jessica Shelbum and Drew were noon with Dorothy Corman as hostess. Saturday visitors of Donna Gillan. She gavethe lesson on "Mothers" and Terri OltmansandBradyvisitedDonna read several poems about mothers. Saturday evening. Sunday Jim, Rhonda and Jesse Gerry Peterson attended graduation Lynch, Jerry Lunch, Melba Lynch and in Nelson on Saturday and the recep- Dean and Pat Jones ate dinner at a lion honoringSamBrockman.She went Superior cafe. on to Hebron to attend the dance recital Jon Wulf played with the Superior in which the granddaughtersofKendall High School Band for Honor's Night Peterson participated, at the school. Pauline Hanson was a supper guest Mark and Stephanie Thayer, Mac of Phyllis Schmitt in Hebron on Satur- and Wyatt, attended the reception after day evening. They attended the dance the Lawrence-Nelson graduation for recitalin which Phyllis' grandchildren, Vincent Jensen at the home of John Jordan and Hannah Schmitt, partici- and Cloma Corman. Oak Friday paled. Afterwards, they were coffee evening Stephanie Thayer sang with guests in the Jerry Schmitt home. "Free Beer and Chicken" for "Supe- Jerome Cox and Cheryl EarI, Edgar, rior Crossroads 2003" at the Elk's and Melody Cox, Bayley and Hunter, Lodge. Milford, were Sunday visitors of Brenda Lynch, Paul and Linda Gaylen and Jackie Cox. Hutchinson, Superior, and Ryan and Donna Gillan joined the Jim and Melanie Mikkelsen. Ruskin, went to Terri Oltmans fami ly for dinner at Oak. York Saturday evenmg to have supper Gerry Peterson attended confirma- with Brandon and Tanya Lynch, Lin- tion services lbr Neal Melton at Court- coin. land Sunday and the dinner held in his Dorothy Chapman. Nelson, was a honor. Gerry was a supper guest of Sunday dinner guest of Brenda Lynch. Lorrell and Maggie Peterson and faro- Sunday afternoon they visited Muricl ily, Nelson. Goll. Fairfield. and Ward and Georgm Pauline Hanson was a Sunday din- Chapman. Nelson, to vtsit with their ner guest of Claudia Hanson at a guests, Rod and Kim Parnell and tam- Guide Rock cafe. Others gathering to ily. Lincoln. Neb. celebrate Mother's Day were Les and h'vin and Murlene Scbleufer spent Darlene Hale, Angela Garver, Joby, Saturday in Salina. v,sitmg Andy and Christin, and Jaden Hanson. Pauline, Lisa Baahnan. Mother's Day dinner Claudia, and Angela spent the after- guests were Daniel Schleufer, Ruskin. noon in the Les and Darlene Hale home. and Virginia Schleufer. Supermr. That evening, Pauline was a supper Thursday evenmg guests of Leona guestofAIfredandJanellHansonatan Andersen were Gordon and Darlene Oak cafe. Farver, Nelson. Rolland and Pauline The Jerry Schmitt family, the Jun- Franzen. Ruskin. visited Leona Sun- ior Drohman family and Dustin day afternoon. Drohman and Nikki Lipker were Sun- Shirley Cilensek. P, ock Sprittgs, day guests of Phyllis Schmitt. Rick Wyo., was a houseguest of&lvin and Schmitt called from Colorado to wish Edna Epley through Monda~. Friday his mother a Happy Mother's Day. Alfred and Mary Ann Meyer went to the airport in Grand Island to meet her Nora and they were supper guests of Alvin and Edna Epley. Dessert guests were '" Ethan. Dana, Cole. Hayden and Halle Don and Helen Liebers, AdellaEpley, and Edd and Ruth Epley. Satur- Gebers, Dave, Sherry, Stacia and Haley day dinner guests of Alfred and Mary Gebers, Steve, DianeandJamieGebers Ann Meyer were Shirley Cilensek, and Ron and Nancy Hofts had dinner Alvin and Edna Epley, Julie Meyer, together at Deshler. Supper guests of Lyle Meyer and Marlin Meyer, The Don and Helen were Total Kim, Seth, same group and Edd and Ruth Epley Brette and Reese Gebers, Geneva, were Sunday brunch guests of Alfred Adella Gebers, Dave, Sherry, Stacia and Mary Am. Saturday evening sup- and Haley Gebers and Steve, Diane per guests of Shirley Cilensek at the and Jamie Gebers. Barcelona Cafe, Guide Rock, were Saturday Steve, Diane and Jamie Alfred and Mary Ann and Alvin and Gebers attended the graduation ser- Edna. Sunday afternoon lunch guests vice at Lawrence-Nelson High School of Alvin and Edna were Lee and Judy and attended receptions honoring Jen- Vieselmeyer, and Aaron and Jessie hirer Stemper, Doug Wehrman and Oltmans, Davenport; Erna Viesel- Tori Wehrman at their homes. Sunday meyer, Deshler; Wayne and Betty afternoon Steve, Diane and Jamie'at- Miller, Lincoln; and Alfred and Mary tended graduation at Bruning-Daven- Ann Meyer. They were dessert guests port High School and attended the re- of Edd and Ruth Epley. Residential and Commercial , Pest and Insect Control Termite Inspections and Treatments Republican Valley Exterminators Jarod Mikkelsen, owner 402.-879-4210 " 888-605-8058 l III I II Complete Dental Care for the Entire Family Care with you in mind Most insurance accepted and filed Strict sterilization-modem Call now for appointment 402-225-2828 VISA-Master Card- DenCharge accepted Robert C. Wilson, D.D.S. Dee Ann Petersen, R.D.H. 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