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I Ill Public Notices I |l (Continued from Page 6) Corrnan seconded the motion. Brown voted aye; Combs voted aye, Corman voted aye, Olvoted nay. Motion carried. A motio was made by Brown to leave execu!ive session at 10:59 a.m. and enter the regular session of the board of commissioners and Combs 'seconded the motion. Brown voted aye, Combs voted aye, Corman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Frank Roberts, Murphy Tractor; Kyle Larson, NE Machinery; Randy Rhoades, GHS JCB; Gary Warren, highway Superintendent; Jim BoRe, foreman and Cindy Buescher, execu- tive secretary were present for a bid letting for a new or used tractor loader/ backhoe. GHS JCB's bid was for a 2014 JCB backhoe, base price $112,000.40 minus trade-in value of $22,500.00 for a final cost of $89,500.40. NMC CAT's bid was for a 2013 420F ST, base price $92,185.00 minus trade-in value of $12,000.00 for a final cost of $92,185.00. Murphy Tractor's bid was for a 2014 John Deere 410K, base price was $124,700.00 minus a trade-in value of $19,265.00 for a final cost of $105,435.00. After some discussion, Combs made a motion to accept bid from JCB for the total cost of $89,500.40 and Brown seconded the motion. Brown voted aye, Combs voted aye, Corman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. + The board discussed how the county should handle the extra funds from Mid-American Benefits for reim- bursement costs from the county in- surance, No decision was made at this time. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 12:10 p.m. until Monday, May 19, 2014. Arnold Brown, Chairman By: Amy J. Mazour, Deputy Clerk ZNEZ 22- lc (Published h/iay 22,2014 in The Superior Express) SDC PROCEEDINGS On May 8, 2014 Superior Develop- ment Corporation Meeting was held at the Elks Lodge in Superior Neb. Notice of the meeting was given in advance by posting in the Superior Chamber and Development Office, the Public Safety Building and website which is the designated method of giving notice. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to Board Members in advance of the meeting and is posted at the Superior Chamber and Development Office. The meeting was called to order by Vice-President Tinkham at 12:17 p.m. Tinkham noted that a copy of the open meetings act is posted at the Superior Chamber and Development Office and handouts are available at this meeting. SDC approved by majority vote the Consent' Ag0nd,:which included the= minutes from the April 24, 2014 meet- ing and bills totaling $2,002.83. Kniep reported loan information for a new business locating to Superior has been given to Attomey John Hodge for contract preparation. Kniep also reported the rocks for landscaping the lot at 139 E. 4th have been purchased. McCord also has park- ing bumps she would donate. The Finance Committee will sched- ule a meeting to review the Business Incentive Brochure as there have been several ideas and changes that have been suggested. Residential housing was briefly dis- cussed. SDC approved by majority vote to accept Committee Reports from: Busi- ness Development (building options) and Nuckolls County Tourism (website development and tourism pictures are needed to post on their site). Meetingadjoumed at 12:46 p.m. ZNEZ 21-1c If yo u are not receiving The Superior Express each week, you are miss- ing the news. features and pictures reporting on the lives of your friends and neighbors. EXla00 Stop by or mail your order to either of our oJcest PO Box .408, Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3291 or 111 E. Main, Mankato, Kan. 66956 * 785-378-3191 One Year in Nebraska $26 One Year in Kansas 827.50 [Include sales tax of area where tadng delivered) One year in Other States 837 Subscribe Today! Please send a subscrip- tion of The Superior Ex- press to: Ii Name Address City State Zip Amount New Renewal IIA  from: I I I J u (Published May 22, 2014 in The Superior Express) Legal Notice To Whom It May Concem: I certify that the Real Property As- sessment Roll has been completed for the tax year 2014. Susan M. Rogers Nuckolls County Assessor ZNEZ 22-1 c (Published May 22, 2014 in The Superior Express) Legal Notice Nuckolls County 2013 Level of Value4 Assessment statistics for: K4esiden - tial Real Property: Asessmem Ration, 97 percent; Coefficient of Dispersion, 18.32 percent; Price-Related Differen- tial: 106.68 percent. Assessment statistics for : Commer- cial- 97 percent; Coefficient of Disper- sion, 13.21 percent; Price-Related Dif- ferential, 101.68 percent. Assessment statistics for: Agricul- tural Land: Assessment Ratio, 69 per- cent; Coefficient of Dispersion, 45.84 percent; Price-Related Differential, 130.47 percent. Susan M. Rogers Nuckolls County Assessor ZNEZ 22- i c "t I ()bituaries Georgia Hickman Georgia Rae Hickman, 64, the daughter of Clarence and Lorraine (Wall) Sykes, was born Nov. 11, 1949, in Superior, She died Sunday at the Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital, Hastings. Georgia attended Ruskin Public Schools graduating from Ruskin High School. She con- tinued her educa- tion at Fairbury Junior College and Kearney StateCol- iege earning a bachelor's degree in elementary edu- cation. She was united in marriage to Arthur Hickman on Dec. 22, 1972, at Nora. To this union a daughter was born She enjoyed reading, working with the clients, her children, grandchildren and family. Georgia taught school in Cadams for 2 years. She was employed as the area director for developmental disabled for Mid-Nebraska for 17 years, and for Goodwill Industries for 15 years. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Art, on June 13, 2010; and a nephew, Russell Prentiss. She is survived by her daughter, Abby Hickman, of Superior; a step- daughter, Mrs. Robert Galvan (Sammi). of Alamogordo,, N.M.; five grandchildren, John O Rourke of HStings, James O'Rourke of Chesa- peake, Va., Jeff Hickman of Denver, Ben Bruning of Springfield. Mo., and Phillip Bruning of Milford, Neb.; three great-grandchildren, Gracee Galvan, Draco Bruning and Logan O'Rourke: and one sister, Judie Prentiss of Fairmont. The Rev. Dr. Jocelyn Tupper will officiate at the funeral planned for 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the Megrue- Price Funeral-Home. Burial will be in Spring Creek Cemetery near Ruskin Visitation was from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednes- day at the funeral home. Ron Klapal Ron L. Klapai, 61, died May 12 at the Cancer Treatment Center at Tulsa, Okla. The son of Alfred and Lawrene (VOID Klapal, he was born March 31, 1953, in Ord. Ron graduated from Superior High School with the Class of 1971. He was united in marriage to Theresa m Brungardt on Feb. 12, 1998, in Wichita. Ron was su- perintendent of operations with Jayh'awk Pipeline. Ron enjoyed ani mals, especially his dogs. He liked preparing meals on his smoker, fish- ing, and was an avid Husker football fan. He was preceded in death by his father, Alfred Klapal; and grandpar- ents, Luis and Rosie Volf. He is surv.ived by his mother, Lawrene Shaw, Superior; wife, Theresa, of McPherson; daughter, Mrs. Cheyenne Spencer (Jennifer) of- Owasso, Okla.; daughter, Mrs. Scott Shaimes (Megan) of Vinita, Okla.; son, Tanner DeVore of McPherson; sister, Connie White of Lincoln, Neb.; other relatives and a host of friends. His funeral was held Fridiy at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Superior with Fr. Brad Zitek officiating. Inter- ment was in the Evergreen Cemetery in Superior. Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Superior was in charge of the arrangements. Betty Adams Betty Lou Adams, 74, the daughter of Marvin and Ruth (Mueller) Lyngstad, was born on Dec. 12, 1939, in Breckenridge, Minn. She died Fri- day at her home near Superior. Betty was baptized in a Lutheran church and after her marriage trans- ferred her mem- bership to the Re- formed Presbyte- rian Church. She attended grade school in Minne- sota up to the fifth grade and then at- tended school in Hastings, graduat- ing with the Class of t 958 at Hastings Senior High School. On Feb. 14, 19613, she was united in marriage to Wayne Adams in Hastings. To this union three sons were born. Betty was not only a farmer's wife but also worked as a telephone operator before marriage and after mamage worked as a housekeeper at the Plains Motel. Brodstone Memorial Hospital, the John-Deere dealership and the Vic- torian Inn. She was preceded in death by her parents; her sister,; Linda Becht and a great-grandson, Conner Morgan. She is survived by her husband, Wayne. of Superior; sons, Michael Adams, Superior, David Adams, Hoxie, and Lonnie Adams,Wakeeney; seven grandchildren; two great-grand- children; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Haney (Myrtle) of Ayr, and Mrs. Gary Bunde (Lou Ann) of Hastings; broth- ers, Jerry Lyngstad, Hastings, and Melvin Lyngstad. Her funeral was held on Wednes- day at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home in Superior with David Watters offici- ating. Pallbearers were Alan Hornbussel, Duane Swanson, Kirk Young, Vaughn Bargen, Lonnie Adams and Steve .This simpie switch Could lower +++ :. . + i} iiergY..bitl .by;Ul to 33:perce nt :: .......  i'i ................................................ iig:'i::%::i::i:i!i!i':/::i:i::F::i::i!ii:: :: : .................. :::: :::: i##:?/; !!i.:.f::++%i i:: :::::::::::::::::::: City of Superior Utilities Superior, Nebraska 402-879-4711 ..... /- $-=3.'c: e',e;gy to 7ou+ Bruns. Honorary pallbearers were Joe Doyle, Mike Combs, Rex Kirchhoff, Marvin Bockholdt and John Combs. Interment was in the Evergreen Cemetery at Superior. Larry Maley Larry Maley, 64, son of James and Edna (Wolf) Maley, was born on Aug. 16, 1949 in Superior. He died May 9 in Hastings. Larry graduated from Superior High School with the Class of 1967. He collected antiques, enjoyed woodwork- ing and built demolition derby cars. He was preceded in death by his father on July 29, 2012. He is survived by his mother, Edna Maley of Hastings; son, Travis of Scottsbluff; sister, Mrs. Jerry Rumbaugh (Joyce Ann) of Dodge City, Kan.; four grandchildren; niece and nephews; other relatives and a host of friends. His funeral was held Friday at Ev- ergreen Cemetery in Superior with Pas- tor David Sherwood officiating. Inumment was in the Evergreen Cem- etery, Superior. Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Superior was in charge of the arrangements. Kathaleen Blackstone Kathaleen Elmira Blackstone, 96, the second of three daughters born to James and Bertha (Aurand) Hurley, was born March 8, 1918, on the family farm in Republic County. She died last Monday at Brodstone Memo- rial Hospital. She at- tended the Hurley and Pine rural schools, two years of high school in Republic, graduat- ing from Hardy High School in May, 1936. On May 5, 1944, in Republic, she was united in marriage to Cecil Blackstone. Kathaleen worked in the Western Auto Store in Superior, for 24 years. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Cecil, on Nov. 15, 1992; and her two sisters, Vera and Nora Hurley. Steven Lipker Steven D. Lipker, 65, the son of Albert and Esther (Doring) Lipker, was born May 26, 1948, in Deshler. He died Thursday at his home in Ruskin. Steve was one of seven children. He was baptized and confirmed atSt. Mark's Lutheran Church in Ruskin and attended the Ruskin Public School. He previously was employed at Houtwel's trucking and Ruskin Service Station. He was self- employed with Steve LipkerTruck- ing. Trucking was Steve's life and he enjoyed working on his vehicles, in his yard, and doing handiwork in his home, he also enjoyed visiting with the people at the elevators.' He was a member of the Ruskin Fire Department serving as fire chief at one time, Ruskin school board and St. Mark's Lutheran Church. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Lester and Denny Lipker. He is survived by his 'children, Stephani Chase of Grand Island and. Tony Lipker of Hastings; six grand- children, Morgan, Elizabeth, Emily, Chelsie, Paige and Adrienne; a sister Mrs. Lloyd Holtzen (Marilyn) of Dav- enport; brothers, Norman of Deshler, Barry of Hastings, and Robert of Harvard; and sisters-in-law, Moneen Lipker of Arvada, Colo., and Peggy Lipker of Superior. His funeral was held TueSday at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home in Supe- rior with the Rev. B.J. Fouts officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Jim Meyer, Steve Drohman, Jake Lipker, Derek Lipker, Don Lipker and Doug Holtzen. Interment was in the Spring Creek Cemetery at Ruskin, Nebraska. Stephen H. Martin Stephen H, "Steve" Martin, 77, died Saturday at his home in rural Belleville. The son of Robert James (Harold) Mar- tin and Helen A. McFarland Martin, he AIlied ? o+++,+,. can help answer that. Contact Gary Thompson Agency, Inc.. for your free ihsurance review today! Business Agent: Waid Vontz, Shari Schutte Home or Mariah Charbonneau Auto Boat Address: 401 N Central Ave, Superior, NE 68978 Umbrella Office: 402-879-3913 or 800-965-3913 Motorcycle Thursday, May 22, 2014 was born Oct. 4, 1936, at Mount Clare. He attended Nuckolls County rural school district and graduated from Superior High School in 1954. He was united in marriage to Lora Tarkowski on Jan. 31, 1969. He was an electrician for 45 years and worked for Farmland Foods in Crete for 15 years. He was a member of the United Presbyterian Church, Belleville. He was preceded in death by his parents, Harold and Helen Martin; a son, Gregory A. Martin; a sister, Elaine Karnes; and a brother, Richard Martin. He is survived by his wife, Lora Martin of rural Belleville; vo daugh- ters, Christine Johanson of Superio and Stephenie Doeschot of Panama; two sons, Stephen E. Martin of Supe- rior and Michael C. Martin of Bremen; 13 grandchildren; eight great-grand- children; one sister, Virginia Rhoads of Superior; other relatives and many friends. His funeral was held Tuesday at Bachelor-Surber Memorial Chapel, Belleville, conducted by Pastor Mark Imel. Interment was in the Belleville Cemetery. Bachelor-Surber Funeral Home, Belleville, was in charge of arrangements. Eileen Mikkelsen Eileen Hope Mikkelsen, 91, the daughter of Roy and Alvina (Wallenberg) Shaw, was born Oct. 29, 1922. near Deweese. She died Mon- day at Memorial Hospital in Aurora, Neb. Eileen graduated from Edgar High School and attended summer school at Kearney State College. She taught school prior to her marriage to Robert Mikkelsen Nov. 29, 1943, in Yuma, Ariz. After his discharge from the U.S. Army, they made their home in Edgar. They were blessed with three sons, Robert, Clark and Charles. Eileen was a member of the Meth- odist church, later the Church of the Plains in Edgar. She served as church organist for more than 40 years. She was preceded in death by her parents and her three brothers, Clyde, Ward and Carl Shaw Survivors include her husband, Robert "Bunny" Mikkelsen of Edgar; THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A sons Robert Mikkelsen of Fond du Lac, Wisc,; Clark Mikkel'sen of Hunts- ville, Ala.; and Charles Mikkelsen of Kansas City, Mo.; five grandchildren; three great-granddaughters; one g.reat- great-grandson; five step-grandchil- dren; and nine step-great-grandchil- dren. Her funeral will be held at 10:30 a.m. today (Thursd.ay), at the Williams Funeral Home Chapel in Edgar. Pastor Sharon Ruzicka will officiate. Burial will be in the Edgar Cemetery. Kaylin Fitzgerald, Superior, gin- gerly handles her worms as she pre- pares for the annual Lions Club Fish- ing Derby held Sunday at Superior's Lincoln Park. The event attracted 22 anglers who ranged in age from four to 15 years. "The apathy of the people is enough to make every statue leap from its pedes- tal and hasten the resurrection of the dead." William Lloyd Garrison "The tyranny of a prince in an oligar- chy is not so dangerous to the public welfare as the apathy of a citizen in a democracy." 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