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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August8,2002 ....... Ill III I II I I Public Notices III II I I First Published Aug. 8, 2002 in The Superior Express Notice of Informal Probate and Notice to Creditors Estate of Ruby J. Lonsdale. De- ceased. Case No. PR-02-37 Notice is hereby given that on Aug. 1, 2002, in the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska, the registrar issued a written statement of informal probate of the will of said deceased, and that Stanley R. Lowery, whose address is P. O. Box 127, Ruskin, Ne- braska 68974-0127, Connie F. Stichka, whose address is P. O. Box 32, Ruskin, Neb., 68974-0032, and Craig R. Lower/, whose address is P. O. Box 194, Oak, Neb. 68964-0194, have been appointed Co-Personal R-epresenta- tires of this estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before Oct. 8, 2002, or be forever barred. Mildred Eilers, Clerk of County Court Dean N. Hansen #11690 Attorney for Co-Pers., Reps. P. O. Box 401 Edgar, Neb. 68935-0401 32-3c NOTICE OF MEETING Notice is hereby given, that a regu- lar meeting of the Board of Education of the School District of Superior in the Counties of Nuckolls, Webster and Thayer, in the State of Nebraska (County School District No. 011) will be held at 7:30 o'clock P.M., on Aug. 12, 2002 in the Guide Rock Elemen- tary, which meeting will be open to the public. Agenda items known at this time are: 1. First reading of policy change for graduation requirements. 2. Discussion of track repair and bids. 3. Disposal of excess equipment. Kerry Corman, secretary I c First published August 1, 2002 in The Superior Express IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF NUCKOLLS COUNTY, NEBRASKA, F'tmdco, Inc., Plaintiff, vs. Dorothy M Spears, et el., Defendants. Case No. CI 00-19 Notice of Suit and Deadline to,lille Responsive Pleading To: Dorothy M. Spears and Helen M. Spears, John Doe 2 and Jane Doe 2, real names unknown, who may be in possession of the following properties in Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska: The east half of Lots 17 and 18, Block 27, original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Please take notice that on the 28th day of June. 2002 the Plaintiff filed its Petition to V'acate Order of Dismissal on the above described properties and those parties with an interest are iden- tified above. Plaintiffseeks a decree of foreclosure and order of sale on the above properties ibr the certificates, delinquent taxes, costs and attorney fees. In accordance with the order of the Nuckolls County District Court, you, identified as the possessors of, or one claiming an interest in the above prop- erty, and have until the 26th of Sep- tember, 2002 to file an appropriate written response or pleading to the above action with the Clerk of the District Court of Nuckolls County and serve a copy on the Plaintiff's attorney at the address listed below, or the Plain- tiff will seek a judgment by default from the court for the relief demanded in the petition. Govern yourself accordingly. Oglesby Law Offices, P.C. Gene T. Oglesby, No. 13122 650 J Street, Suite 400 Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 (402) 476-3434 31-3c Village of Hardy N Nuckolls County, Nebraska L, NOTICE OF BUDGET HF.ARING AND BUDGET SUMIVURY I I PUBLIC NOTICE ia hereby given, in conottm with the provisions of State Statute Section= 13- 501 to 13-512. that the governing body wilt n'et on the 13th day of August 2002, at 7:30 o'clock p.m.. at the Hardy Fire Hall for the purpose of hearing support, opposition, criticism. =uggeltiona or observations of taxpayers relating to the following propoled budget. The budget detail is available at the office of the Ck,k duhng regular busineu hour. ROGENE RENZ 2000-2001 Actual Dlabursements & Transfers 2001-2002 Actuat/EatlmateO Dtaburlnt= & Transfers 2002-2003 Propo:l Budget of Diabursemenla & Tranafers 2002-2003 Necessary Cash Reserve 2002-2003 Total Resources Available Total 2002-2003 Pemonel & Real Properly Tax Requi,ment Unused Buaget Authority Created For Next Year nkdmm of Property Tax: Personal and Real Property Tax Required for Bonds Pereonal and Real Property Tax Required for All Other PurpOSes Clerk/Secretary S 94,473.00 S 99.838.00 $ 569,615.00 $ $ 569.615.00 $ 6.572.00 $ S,009.64 S $ 6.572,00 First Published Aug. 8, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION Tall Pine Ag Supply, LLC., a lim- ited liability company organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska, com- menced existence on July 18, 2002. The general nature of the business to be transacted is sales and service of seed and agricultural supplies. Steve Siebecker is the registered agent and manager of the company. The address of the registered office of the company is 945 N. Commercial Ave., Superior, Neb. 68978. The period of duration of the company shall be perpetual. Timothy S. Schmidt, #15160 Attorney at Law 213 East Third Street Superior, Neb. 68978 32-3c (First Published Aug. l, 2002 in The Superior Express) Notice In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Cleta Irene Nelson, De- ceased. Estate No. PR02-31. Notice is hereby given that, on July 23, 2002, in the County Court of Nuckolls county, Nebraska, Frances Butler, whose address is Rt. 2, Box 4, Nelson, Neb., 68961, was appointed by the Court as Personal Representa- tive of the Estate. Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or be- fore October 2, 2002 or be forever barred. Mildred Eilers Clerk of the County Court Wayne L. Garrison (Bar ID #11443) Garrison & Garrison 155 S. Main Nelson, Neb. 68961 31-3c First Published Aug. 1, 2002 in The SuperiorExpress Notice In the County Court of Nuckolls County Nebraska. Estate of Opal Livingood, De- ceased. Estate No. 01-19. Notice is hereby given that a final account and report of administration and a Petition for complete settlement, probate of Will and determination of heirs has been filed and is set for hear- ing in the County Court of Nuckolls .County, Nebraska, located at Nelson, Neb., 68961 on Aug. 27, 2002, at or after 11:30 o'clock a.m. Leona Smidt. (First Published Aug. 1, 2002 in The Superior Express) Notice of Formal Hearing for Complete Settlement to Formally Probate Will, Determine Heirs, and Distribute Assets Gene C. Gass, Deceased. Case No PR 02-13. 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 C0urt of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, at Nelson, Ne- braska, on Tuesday, August 27, 2002, at 1:00 p.m. Mildred Eilers, Clerk of the County Court Dean N. Hansen (Bar ID #11690) Attorney for Pets. Rep, P. O. Box 401 Edgar, Neb. 68935-0401 31-1c First Published July 25, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE State of Nebraska Department of Natural Resources In the matter ofapplicationA- 18050 for a Municipal and Rural Domestic Ground Water Transfers Permit. Notice is hereby given that the Vil- lage of Ruskin (Applicant) has filed an a.Pl?lication for a permit under the pro- visions of the Municipal and Rural Domestic Ground Water Transfers Permit Act. Application A-18050 re- questsa permit to withdraw 6,935,000 gallons (approximately 21 acre-feet) r year from two proposed wells to be ated in the NE !/4 NW 114 of Sec- tion 10, Township 2 North, Range 5 West of the 6th P.M. in Nuckolls County and transport the water for municipal use within the Village of Ruskin. Any interested person may object to and request a hearing on application A-18050 by filing a formal written objection/request for a hearing in the Department of Natural Resources, P. O. Box 94676, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4676, by Aug. 28, 2002. Each objection/request for a hearing shall specifically state the person's interest in the proceeding, the basis for their Personal Representative NOTICE Michael L. Johnson (Bar ID #15090) The annual report of the Harry B. Lenininger, Smith, Johnson, Baack, Placzek, Steel and Allen Sweet Foundation, Inc., is available at P. O. Box 186 the address noted below for inspection Superior, Neb,, 68978 31-3c during normal business hours by any citizen who so requests within 180 II II I I I I I I I I Cli • I I Kile Veterinary nlc Dr. Darrell Kile I 2 112 miles east on Highway 8 • Superior, Neb. 68978 ____( = 402-879-4060 • Small and Large Animals Services '  I1" House Calls • Country Calls • After-Hour Emergencies "- • Grooming Appointments Now Available for August m N • Air-conditioned Kennels Clinic Hours: Monday- Friday: 8 a.m.-Noon, and 1-5 p.m. Saturdaly: 8 a.m. - Noon I I Central Nebraska Orthopedics. and Sports Medicine is proud to welcome the newest members to the team of heahhcare professionals in our Hastings office. days after publication of this notice of its availability. Harry B. Sweet Foundation, Inc.. 145 East 4th Street P. O. Box 186 Superior, Neb. 68978 The Principal Manager is Anna R. Alexander, President. Telephone 402- 879-3251, Leininger, Smith, Johnson, Baack Placzek, Steele & Allen 145 East 4th St. P. O. Box 186 Superior, Neb. 68978 These doctors are available m continue our strong tradition of providing the best in orthopedic healdicare to everyone in Central Nebraska. They are now seeing patients at our offices in the Crosier Park Professional Center, 223 East 14th Street, Suite 250 in Hastings. Drs. Bohlen, Franssen and Lemek join Drs. Albers, 'Cahoy, Lesiak and McCarty in providing orthopedic care in Hastings and Central Nebraska. objection or request for hearing, an I Jarvis Cedric Fayle, S 112 Outlet 10 shall be accompanied by a $I0 filin, First Addition to O. T. Ruskin. fee ........................... Eldrick Grummert to Craig Department of Natural Resources Gmnithe/'t, W g2' lots 13, 14 and 15, Susan France, Division Manager Block 12, Wheelers; First Addition to Water Administration 30-3c Nelson. Craig L. Grummert to William J. and Darcy J. Thompson, W 82' Lots 13, 14 and 15, Block 12, Wheeler's First Addition to Nelson. Lori L. Sanko toTheodore J. Sanko, LOt 4 and S 112 Lot 3, Block 13, N. Superior to O. T. Superior. Courthouse News Nuckolls County III Traffic and Misdemeator Speeding: Robert T. Pedigo, Cabrun, Ky., $75; Rogene Renz, Su- erior, $75; Derek Clark, Burr Oak, 75; Kongphet Inthavongas, Grand Island, $75. Justin P. Hoins, Davenport, 1 ) over- weight on axles, $125. Matthew T. Badger, Webber, mi- nor in possession, $350. Ryan C. Fisher, Hastings, theft by sl h'Ring, $100 and restitution. Civil Department Credit Bureau Services, Inc., Lachele Myers, judgment entered. Credit Bureau Services, Inc., vs. Christy D. Warneking, judgment en- tered. Marriage Department James LeMoy Tryon and Carma Lou Nelsen were married July 27, by Rev. Ralph Sturdy with Frank Halbardier and Heather A. Nelson- Cox as wimesses. Troy Alan Scott and Teresa Marie Harrison were married July 27 by Fa- ther Philip Luther with Corey Scott and I.,indsay Bamesberger as witnesses. DbtHct Court Kimberly S. Barry vs. Kenneth L. Barry, dissolution of marriage. Dannie J. Howe vs. Denise M. Howe, dissolution of marriage granted. Real Estate Transfers Stephen and Maria Kussman to David E. Kussman, Lots I and 2, Block 15, O. T. Hardy. Thomas G. and Judy M. Pagel to You cannot be a true man until you learn to obey. Obituaries Arnold Bohling Superior resident, Arnold "B" Bohling,87, died Thursday at Bred- stone Memorial Nuckolls County Hos- pital, Superior. Services were Monday at Salem Lutheran Church north of Superior with the Rev. Dan Hays officiating. Burial was in the Davenport Cemetery. Mr. Bohling was born June 25,1915, to Frederick and Martha (Glawatz) Bohling at Sedan. He attended St. Peter's Lutheran Elementary School in Davenport and graduated from Dav- - enport High School in 1935. He was employed by the Union Pacific Rail- road prior to enlisting in the Navy soon after Pearl Harbor. He served as a gunner's mate aboard the USS McCalla during the Pacific campaign. He was married at Davenport on June 20, 1947, to Beth' (Snyder) Bohling. They resided in Hastings un- til moving to Deshler in 1954 when he became a Standard Oil agent. In 1957 he was transferred to Superior, where they lived at the time of his death. Survivors are his wife, two daugh- ters, Sharon Bohling, McCook, and Martha Bohling, Indian Hills, Colo., two grandsons, Robert Bohling, Hast- ings and Jason Wessel, Harvard, three great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter, Nita McKee, five brothers and four sisters. Traci Kenley Hastings resident, T'aci Lynn Kenley died Aug. 17, 2000, in an auto accident near Glenvil. Services will be at 10:30 a.m., Friday at the Edgar Cem- etery. Traci was born Sept. 23, 1971, to Bill and Sharon (McLaughlin) Kenley in Hastings. She lived on a farm south- east of Edgar, then moved to Hastings after high school graduation. She attended Edgar Elementary School and graduated from Sandy Creek Junior-Senior High School in 1989. She attended Central Commu- nity College in Hastings and also earned a bachelor's degree in human and so- cial service administration from Bellevue University.  She worked at Good Samaritan and Martin Luther Home in Hastings. At the time of death she had been em- • ployed at the Hastings Regional Cen- ter as a psych technician since 1991. Survivors are her parents, Bill and Sharon Kenley, Edgar; three brothers, Bill and Dick, Edgar, Dan, Fairbury and one sister. Mrs. Gene Runge (Linda), Hutchinson; and special friend, Doug Wolfe, Hastings. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, McLaughlin, Grace Kenley, Williams in charge Rex To Rex Tophigh' Hills, Calif. 28, 1925 in and lived in Fostert years. He was years in the state hobbies included was an actiw in Folsom and a l Presb' He is ret; son Everson, Karen Abplanalp; seven ters, Erna Hayes, Crook; and two children and three Private eter date. Ruth Nov. 21, 1930, andNoraJanssen Samaritan Center, 25. She sisters and a Kearney State ing John R. (Dick) 8, 1950. They gether in Nelson rado in 1954. Their r began their own worked together Elbert, Colo. former church member of the Church and joyed oil watching. Survivors Dick, children, Joh Rick Suder (Beth) dren and sisters Nellie Littrell, Memorial Dr. Karen Johnson byterian Church. will be held at a Cemetery. It's better to it costs about the TOGETHER gE'V[ CR ONE OF TH[ FIOST [FFICI[HTAHo PO00/ER SYSTEHS I THE HATIOH. When you take a closer 100k, you realize that the quality of service and 10w ratesNebraskans enjoy are based upon power partnerships. NPPD generates electricity Nebraska and delivers it directly, or through more th= 75 local public power utility partners. Together, we hard to make sure we're always there when you need Power delivered to you by: Chester. Davenport • Deshler • Edgar Hebron • NPPD • Nelson • Norris PPD South Central RPPD • Superior Sutton • Webber Power supplied by: H Nebraska Public !i