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(Continued from Page 6) An agenda containing a listing of subjects requiring the attention of the iboardis available for public inspection iduring normal business hours in the E SU No.9 main office. Except for items iof an emergency nature, the agenda will not be enlarged later than 24 hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting. Sue Brown Board Secretary ZNEZ lc (Fublished Oct. 10, 2013 in The Superior Express) Public Notice Lodging Tax County Visitors Committee Meeting This is a formal notice that a regular meeting of the Lodging Tax County Visitors Committee will be held on Oct. 22, 2013 at 2:30 p.m. at the Victo- rian Inn located at 1540 Idaho St., - Superior, Neb., at which time applica- tions for moneys from this fund will be considered. Any group wishing to ap- ply for financial assistance within the guidelines provided by the Nebraska Visitors Development Act in Promot- ing Tourism within Nuckolls County should obtain an application form from any committee member or at the court- house and send their request before Oct. 20, to: County Visitors Committee % LaVeta Blecha 1105N. Dakota Superior, Neb. 68978 County Visitors Committee Dick Kohmetcher, LaVeta Blecha, Cheryl Jensen, Tim Blecha ZNEZ 41-1c (First Published Oct. 3, 2013 in The Superior Express) Notice In the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, Case CI 13-60, Aclair Asset Management, Plaintiff, vs. Justin Kyle Enloe, Anthony Scott Enloe, John Doe and Mary Doe; and all other persons- entities Unknown claiming any right, interest or title in Lot Twelve (12), Block Twenty-eight (28), North Superior, an Addition in and to the Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, according to the recorded plat thereof. To: John Doe and Mary Doe; and all other persons/entities UNKNOWN having or claiming any right, interest or title in Lot Twelve (12), Block Twenty-eight (28), North Superior, an Addition in and to the Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, according to the recorded plat there of. You have been sued by Adair Assei Management. The object of the plaintiffs Complaint is to foreclose on Tax Sale Certificate No. TS001115 for the delinquent taxes on the real estate described above, The taxes due under the certificate are for the 2007 and 2008 taxes plus interest at the rate o f 14 percent per annum. The Complaint asks the court to fmd that the taxes are a lien against the real estate, as provided by law, and that upon establishment of such lien, the real estate, which may remain unredeemed, be sold at public sale to satisfy the decree so entered, together with interest and costs, including attorney's fees as provided for and by Nebraska Revised Statute §77-1909, as amended, and that the defendants be forever barred of all claims upon, interest in, right or title to, lien upon or equity of redemption in the real estate upon confmamtion of the sale. To defend this lawsuit, an appropriate written response must be filed with the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, 150 South Main Street, Nelson, Nebraska 68961, within 30 days of the last publication of this notice. If you fail to respond, the court may enter a judgment for the relief demanded in the Complaint. . Adair Asset Management, Deans K. Walocha, #21652 405 N. 115th Street, Suite 100 Omaha, Nebraska 68154 (402) 399-9049, ex. 103 Attomey for the Plaintiff ZNEZ 40-3c (Published October 10, 2013, in The Superior Express) SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 PROCEEDINGS OF TItE NUCKOLLS COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION The Nuckolls County Board of Equalization met September 30, 2013 in the Board Meeting Room at the Courthouse, Nelson, Nebraska, per recess of August 26, 2013 Board of Equalization Meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meeting and was posted in the County Clerk's office and on the County Website. Chairman Corman approved the agenda and the August 26, 2013 Minutes as submitted. Corman announced the 'Open Meetings Act Law' is posted in the Commissioners Board Meeting Room and handouts are available. Corman, Brown and Combs were present for said meeting. The Board of Equalization recon- vened at 10:30 a.m. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Combs to approve an Application for Exemption from Mo- tor Vehicle Taxes by Qualifying Non- profit Organizations as submitted by Living Faith Fellowship Church for a 2006 Chevrolet Sport Van used to pick up children and adults for church ser- Vices and church-related activities. We transport children and adults from the church to destinations for church-re- lated activities. We use the van to trans- port supplies for church-related activi- ties. Corman voted aye, Brown voted aye, Combs voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Susan Rogers, County Assessormet with the Board to request the Chair- man to sign a Tax List Correction. The Nebraska Department of Revenue sent a Homestead Correction for Dwayne Reiman for tax year 2011. The Correc- tion is changing from a 100% Home- stead Exemption to a 25% Homestead Exemption. A motion was made by Combs tO authorize Chairman Corman to sign the Tax List Correction as sub- mitted and Brown seconded the mo- tion. Corman voted aye, Brown voted aye, Combs voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Service Manager Needed' Full time management position is open at HorizonWest Inc. in Torrington, WY. Job functions are to manage all aspects of a service department. Requirements include excellent written and verbal communication skills. Motivational, interpersonal and negotiation skills are also a must. A background in the equipment industry is preferred and PC skills are highly desired. We offer competitive wages, 401k retirement plan and an incentive program. There is also Health/Dental/Life Insurance, personal time off, 7 paid holidays, uniform OASEIil allowance and factory schooling/training. Call: Bruce at 308-635-3727 l 1 or toll • free at 888-322-7344 or send resume to PO Box 1070 Scottsbluff, NE 69363 TOURS1 Get in the holiday spirit with our 2013 Christmas Tours! granson Christmas 3 Dates to Choose From! Nov. 14-17, Nov. 21-24 or Dec. 5-8 Nashville RockeKe's Christmas Dec. 3-7 San Antonio Christmas Dec. 4-9 Christmas in Chicago Dec. 5-8 Minneapolis Christmas Dec. 5-7 See Tours at AI :om ,[ Since 1962 ed T0ur & Travel *Serving you from Grand Island, NE Contact: Bill Gilmore-308-850-0161 800-672-1009 / AliiedTT.eom i ................. HOM:5 .................. FULL TIME EMPLOYEES NEEDED! $10 to $16 PER HOUR PAID HOLIDAYS EXCELLENT WORK ENVIRONMENT 909 17th Avenue Central City NE Phone (308)946-5400 Chairman Corman recessed the Board of Equalization meeting at 10:43 a.m. Danny K Corman, Chairman By: Jackie L Kassebanm, County Clerk ZNET_AI-lc (First Published October 10, 2013, in The Superior Express) Notice of Appointment In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Renae L. Wheeland, deceased Estate No. PR13-36 Notice is hereby given that on Oc- tober 8, 2013, in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, Kevin L. Wheeland, whose address is 200 W 3rd, Nelson, Nebraska, was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Representative of this estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or be- fore December 10, 2013, or be forever barred. Diana L. Wehman County Court Clerk Magistrate Amy Skalka 23116 Skalka & Baack Law Firm, LLC P.O. Box 907 Hastings, Neb. 68902-0907 Attorney for Applicant ZNEZ41-3c Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer I Hymns sung during the Sunday school hour and worship service at the Olive Hill Church Sunday morning were "Blest be the Tie that Binds," "I Will Praise Him." "I Then Shall Live," "Spirit of the Living God."'Tne Longer I Serve Him" and "The Bond of Love" with Gloria Schlaefli accompanying the congregation on the piano. Beverly Frost was song leader. Pastor David Watters brought the childrens story and message. Special music was by Donna Spatz, Beverly and Gloria who sang "Power in the Blood" with Gloria accompanying them on the piano. Ush- ers were Paul Hutchinson and Dwight Frost. Paul and Linda Hutchinson will host the October Olive Hill Church gather- ing at their home in Superior at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 18. The annual Olive Hill Church Har- vest supper and program will be held in the church basement at 6 p.m., Satur-" day, Nov. 2. Bailey Wilton, Lincoln Kan., will be sharing gospel vocal so- los for the program. Bailey is 17 years old and a senior at the Lincoln High School. Pat Boyles has decorated the church basement for the season. Vera Dye a resident of this commu- nity for many years, fell at her home. Vera is now residing at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Jordan Brown pTayed with the Su- perior Elementary School football team m Supenor, Sunday afternoon. Jordan s team won the game with a score of 30- 16. Hallie S. Supe'foY, Was a Fri- day evening thtSugh Saturday guest of her grandparents, Darren and Jessica Thompson. Paul and Linda Hutchinson were Saturday visitors in the home of Gary and Violette Lipker, Ruskin. Violette is Linda's sister. Melissa and Harley Schuster at- tended the Levi Clark fund raiser at the Superior High School, Saturday evening. Harley helped serve the sup- per. Darren Thompson and Hallie Stmad were Saturday aft°moon guests of Dr. Kenneth and Evelyn Thompson near Guide Rock to watch the K-State vs. Oklahoma State football game. Later in the day, Darren took his grand- daughter, Hallie, to her home in Supe- rior. Paul and Linda Hutchinson attended the medical fund raiser for Levi Clark" at the Superior High School, Saturday. Paul was among others who helped during the evening. Paul and Linda Hutchinson were Sunday supper guests on the home of Jeff and Lora Hutchinson. The farmers in this community are busy harvesting soybeans, corn and drilling wheat in the soybean fields. Reports from none to .15 on an inch of moisture was received this week. Highland By Ivalee Jacobitz Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter attended a card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frahm Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs: Don Cassell watched the Cornhuskers' football game Satur- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Honeycutt. Ivalee Jacobitz accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jacobitz to Fairfield last Tuesday evening to honor Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wolfe on their 25th wed- ding anniversary. Bruce, Jeanette, Jarcd and Justin, Ivalee, Dan and Micki were dinner guests of Ardyce Wolfe at the Opera House. Mrs. John Jansen was a last Tues- day coffee guest of Ivalee Jacobitz. Ivalee, Mrs. Bruce Jacobitz, Michael, and Jacob, attended the sale at the airsrounds Sunday and visited with the family of Maxine Williams whose things were sold. Mrs. Darrell Jansen and Marlys Jansen were coffee guests of Muriel Follmer last Monday. Gene Buresh stopped by Thursday morning to visit Muri¢l. Gayle Follmer came for the weekend. She, Muriel, Betty Adamson and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer had dinner together Friday evening at a Nelson care. Muriel watched the Uni- versity of Nebraska football game Sat- urday with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Follmer at their home. Markee Jacobitz was a Saturday visitor of Ivalee Jacobitz. Markets Superior Grain Market Wednesday Open Cmrent Price Last Week Corn .............................. 4.30 4.27 Miio .............................. 4.17 4.14 Wheat ............................ 7.56 7.52 Soybeans ..................... 12.45 12.28 Discreet, Personalized Service for breast cancer survivors  Certified Uastectomy Fitter DEIN ES Thursday, October 10, 2013 ies while thei'e. Oak By Phyllis Schmitt Pat Bmsseau attended the Dusty ' Mills funeral in Geneva on Thursday. Phyllis Schmitt rode with Jerry Phyllis Schmitt attended the anni- Schmitt to Kearney on Monday to at- versary coffee honoring Emil and tend a cross County meet. Geraldine Stichka Friday morning in DonnaGillanjoinedothers for quilt- Ruskin. They were celebrating their ing last Monday. Last Tuesday, she 60th wedding anniversary. On Satur- went to Superior in the morning and in day, Phyllis accompanied Lola Biltoft the evening she had supper at a Nelson toAuroraandHastings. They hadlunch cafe vith Jim and Terri Oltmans. in Aurora and went shopping. Sunday Phyllis Schmittjoined the Superior after church, Phyllis went to Hebron Red Hatters for lunch at a Superior for the pancake dinner at the Catholic cafe. Church and then to the home of Jerry Donna Gillan had lunch out in and Kelly Schmitt to help them eel- Nelson lastWednesday. She wentwith ebratetheir 25th wedding anniversary. Terri to Superior in the evening. On Ermalee Scroggin is a patient in the Thursday, DonnaattendedTaiChiclass York General Hospital, Room 123. and then went to Hastings to attend the Phil and Gerry Eckles accompa- re-grand opening of"On the CoRer." nied Dick and Carol Eckles to Lincoln, On Friday, she attended the Nelson Neb., on Sunday to attend the first Library garage sale. birthday party honoring Grayson Phyllis Schmitt, Jackie Cox, and Vanhorn, son of Sarah and Ben Veda Snyder went to Superior on Vanhom. Other family members aisle Thursday and took Pauline Hanson out attended. forlunch, then all went to visit Mildred Donna Giilan went with Brent, Melton. They had ice cream and cook- Cheryl, and Anders Jensen and friend, Fall causes people and leaves to change color A Facebook friend of this newspa- being-roken down during the photo- per was taking her daughter to school synthetic process, but it is also con- last week when the youngster said stantly being replaced in summer." "Morn its fall, huh?" When hours of daylight decrease in The youngster's mother, (Kathy the fall, less chlorophyll is produced, Petersen) replied, Yeah Riley, why?" but the breakdown of chlorophyll con- To which the youngster replied tinues. The leaf sends nutrients to the "Cause the leaves are changing colors body of the tree for storage and the leaf and you aren't dark anymore." dies, leaving the yellow pigments be- The little girl had correctly observed hind. tans fade and leaves change color with "During the summer, chlorophylls, the arrival of fall but what actually which are associated with photosyn- causes leaves to change color? thesis, dominate the oilier pigments Dennis Adams, University of Ne- and the leaves appear green," Adams braska-Lincoln's extension forester, said. "Chlorophyll is constantly being has the answer, broken down during the photosynthetic Contrary to popular belief, it's not process, but it is just constantly being Jack Frost, but primarily shorter day., replaced in summer." length, Adams said. When hours of daylight decrease in This shorter day length causes the fall, less chlorophyll is produced chemical processes to take place in the but the breakdown of chlorophyll con- leaf as the tree prepares for winter, tinues. The leaf sends nutrients to the Adams said. The type of pigments in body of the tree for storage and the leaf the leaf as well as the weather both dies, leaving a yellow color behind. influence leaf color. Reds and purples occur when more "No one knows for sure why sea- foodisproducedintheleafthancanbe sonal behavior is more a response to readily transported to the tree for stor- light than to other environmental con- age. ditions,"Adams said."Perhaps therea- "When this occurs, excess sugars son is simply that most seasonal may chemically react with other sub- changes such as temperature or rain- stances in the leaf to produce other fall may vary from year to year, while pigments called anthocyanins," Adams the hours of daylight are not governed said. "Anthocyanins account for the by climatic factors. Day length is the reds and purples." result of the regular moVement of the Yellow fall leaf color is most com- earth around the sun and does not vary men. Local trees and shrubs that ex- from year to year." hibit a yellow color include cotton- The tour types of pigments found in wood, ash, elm and hickory. leaves are chlorophyll, carotene, xan- Red color is common in red maple • thophyll, and anthocyanin. Chlorophyll • and red oak. provides the green color. Xanthophyll Purple coloration is less common and carotene are the yellow and orange and is exhibited by white ash, gray pigments, respectively, dogwood and some viburnums. "During the summer the green chlo- Some trees such as th e sugar maple rophyll, which is associated with pho: contain all the pigments and may cre- tosynthesis, dominates the other pig- ate a spectacular mixture of orange, ments and the leaves appear green," red and yellow leaf colors. Adams said. 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THE SUPERIOR E,::.; L : ......... Jerry, to Lincoln, Nab., on Sunday to watch Andrew Shelbum's football game. Afterwards, they went out for supper with Jessica and Drew. Salem Lutheran Church honored Alfred and Janell Hanson on their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with a potluck dinner. Pauline Hanson was among those attending. In the evening, Pauline was a supper guest of Dick and Claudia Hansen to celebrate Angela Garver's birthday. Others in attendance were Les and Darlene Hale, Joby, Christin, Jaden and Cailey Hanson, and Angela's son, Brett. Jerry and Sharon Littrel were Sun- day afternoon visitors of Verla Snyder. Courthouse News Nuckolls County County Court, traffic Kelli C. Halme, Hastings, speed- ing; $25. County Court, civil Credit Management Services vs. Brian Lueking, Superior; judgment entered. County Court, criminal State of Nebraska vs. Gary D. Tordrup, Guide Rock, issue bad check less than $200, $25; issue bad check less than $200, $20. State of Nebraska vs. Sherrice L. Fitzgerald, Superior, attempt of a class one misdemeanor and disturbing the peace; probation ordered. State of Nebraska vs. Joshua I. Edwards, Superior, (Ct.l) refuse to submit to test 1 st offense, $500; proba- tion ordered and license revoked 60 days concurrent; (Ct.2) DUI 1st of- fense; $500 and license revoked 60 days concurrent. State of Nebraska vs. Breanna Bailey, Clay Center, willful reckless driving 1st offense; $200 and six months probation. District Court, civil Lyndsie Marie Edwards vs. Chance Logan Edwards, petition for dissolu- tion of marriage. District Court, criminal State of Nebraska vs. Robert J. Ginther, Hardy, sexual assault second degree; 15 to 20 years in jail and regis- ter as sex offender. Marriages Charles Franklyn Weber and Shelby Grace Ferguson were married on Sept. 30 in Nelson by Nuckolls County Court Clerk-Magistrate Diana Wehrman, with Scott Ferguson and Alicia Reed as witnesses. Real estate transfers James A. 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