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f / ,! j i :i ~E :i~it 4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 20, 2003 IHl, Proceedings of the Public Notices Superior Board of Education School District 011 --- , , A regular meeting of the Superior Board of Education of School District First Published Nov. 6, 2003 in 011 washeldonNov. 10,2003,at7:30 The Superior Express p.m., in the Guide Rock School Meet- NOTICE ing Room as duly advertised in the In the County Court of Nuckolls Superior Express. County, Nebraska. During the meeting the board voted Estate at Arline M. Cramer, De- to: accept the resignation ofVelda Roe, ceased, school cook; approve the school audit; Estate No, PR03-46 purchase Grasshopper mower from Notice is hereby given that a Peti- SuperiorOutdoorPower;acceptbidof lion for Fornml Adjudication of Intes- Eric Frasier for demolition of storage lacy of said Decedent, Determination building in the amount of $5,800.00; of Heirs, and appointment of Pamela approve the storage rental from Kent G. Sundermeier as PersonaIRepresen- Bargen in the amount of $850.00 per tative has been filed herein and is set year. for hearing in County Court of Nuck- The next regular meeting of the oils County, Nebraska located in Nel- Superior Board or Education will be son, Nebraska on Nov. 25, 2003 at or held on Monday, Jan. 12, 2004 in the after 9:15 o'clock a.m. Superior High School. 47-1 c Pamela G. Sundermeier, Petitioner 1914 Spring Road Grand Island, Ncb. 68801 Proceedings of the Telephone: ~08-384-2447 Village of Hardy Regular Meeting Michael L Johnson, #15 090 Oct. 14, 2003 Leininger. Smith. Johnson, Baack, Bob Ginther called the meeting to Placzek, Steele and Allen order at 7 p.m., with all members Wheeler at First Street present. The minutes of the Sept. 9, P. O. Box 790 2003 meeting were presented, with no Grand Island, Nob. 68802 corrections or additions, Clark made Telephone: (308) 382-1930 45-3c the motion to accept, Edwards sec- onded, carried 4-0. First Published Nov. 20, 2003 in The Superior Express Notice In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Glenadinc l,orimer, De- ceased. Estate No. PR03-48 Notice is hereby given that on Nov. 14, 2003, in the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Decedent and that Clinton W. Richardson whose address is 811 E 6th, Superior, Neb. 68978, was infommlly appointed by the Registrar as t'crsonal Representa- tive of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or be- fore J an. 20, 2()04, or be tbrever barred. Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P. O Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 68961 Randall Alexander (Bar ID #15337) Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4751 47-3c The following bills were presented: Bob Ginther, 392.45; St. of Neb. HHS Lab, 147.00; Central Plains Plumb., 1,072.68; Geisler Roofing, Inc., 13,800.00; Alltel, 85.97; Aurora Coop, 93.73; Industrial Chem. Lab, 475.36; Univar, 255.56; US Filter, 39.60; St. of NE HHS Lab, 736.98; Timothy S. Schmidt, atty at law, 240.33; Superior Ace Hardware, 77.35; Jones Lawn Care, 240.00; Brown Transfer, 83.61; Superior Pub- lishing, 21.31; South Central Public Power, 837.82; Bob Ginther, 150.00; Central National Bank, 169.98; Sala- ries, 829.30; NE Mini Clerks Assn., 5.00. Blair made the motion to pay the bills with the exception of Dean Rowley's hours of service, Rowley seconded, carried 4-0. Blair made the motion to pay Dean Rowley for hours of service,Clark seconded, carried 3-I with one abstaining. August Treasurer's report was presented, with no corrections or additions, Clark made the motion to accept, Edwards sec- onded, carried 4-0. It was discussed on what to do with the village pickup. Ginther reported on the wells. Clark made the motion to join the NE Rural The Brodstone Memorial Hospital auxiliary silent auction and bake sale Center. More than 200 items were donated for auction at the event. (From Ann Alexander browse auction items. The Brodstone Memorial Hospital Auxiliary silent auction and bake sale was held Monday night at The Vestey Center in Superior. Co-chairmen for the auxiliary, God Leibel and Pare Bower are calling it a tinge success. More than 2(X) items were donated by businesses, auxiliary members and other interested parties. There were more than 150 registered bidders at the event. Door prizes wcre awarded as vocal and instrumeutal entertainment in- cluded Carol Miller, Karen Payne and Payne's Music Studio. Sarah Water Assn., with $65.00 membership dues, Edwards seconded, carried 4-0. The meeting was opened to the public. Blair made the motion to adjourn, Rowley seconded, carried 4-0. Rogene Renz, Clerk Bob Ginther, Chairman/Mayor First published Nov. 20, 2003 in The Superior Express Notice to Contractors Call Order N28 State Project Nol PM-136-4 (1011) PM-78-1 (1006) Location: on US-136 E. of Red Cloud and On N-78 N. and S. of Guide Rock Counties: Nuck~lls and Webster The Nebraska Depart ment of Roads will receive sealed bids in Room 104 of the Central Office Building at 1500 Hwy. 2 in Lincoln, until 1:30 p.m. on December 18, 2003. At that time the bids will be opened and read for SPE- CIALTY. BIDDING PROPOSAL FORMS WILL BE ISSUED AND A CON- TRACT AWARDED TO A CON- TRACTOR WHO IS QUALIFIED FOR: SPECIALTY Length: 30 miles Start Date: 08/09/04 Working Days: 25 Price Range $100,000 to $500,000 Plans and specifications may be seen beginning November 25, 2003 at the Lincoln Central Office and De- cember 01,2003 at the District Engineer's Office at Grand Island. Additional letting information may be found at the Nebraska Department of Roads Web Site at http:// www.dor.state.ne.us/letting/. 47-3c Village of Hardy Special Meeting Oct. 22, 2003 Meeting was called to order by Chairman Ginther at 7 p,m. with all members present. Discussion of West Benton Street. Marlene Faimon of NRD was present to explain options: 1. Two box culverts at approxi- mately $30,000 each. 2. Missouri Crossing 3. Closing Benton street from west of Degley's property to the West edge of town to build a waterway. Edwards made a motion to close road from Degley's property to the West edge of town, seconded by Rowley. Carried 4-0. Clark made the motion to adjourn Marl Blair, Acting Secretary 47- I c ge success was held Monday evening at The Vestey left) Marietta Stenson, Virginia Lewis and Teachworth,VickiSimonsen, Makayla were drawn," said Tinkham. Utecht, Reid Miller, Churl Mikkelsen, Two quilt tops, which were do- Harley Allgood, Aaryn Schultz, Kara hated to the auxiliary's Nifty Thrifty Peterson, Alicia Ferguson, Howard store, were made for the event. Reed, Ivan Miller and Steph Thayer. Levi Delka received the "Trip In. addition, Pat McCord and her Around the World" quilt which was students, Eden and lvy Diehl and Eliza- quilted by the Byron Senior Citizen beth Hays provided violin ensemble Ladies. The "Lone Star" wall hanging for the evening, which was quilted by Theresa Peters "With wassail and cookies provided and went to Pamela Hunter. by auxiliary members, no one wanted "To date. income from the auction, to go home," said Karen Tinkham, bake sale and cash donations total public relation director for Brodstone $5,800/' said Tinkham. "Once again, Memorial Hospital. this successful project was the work of "The Vestey Center held quite a many hospital auxiliary members and crowd, until the final winning names volunteers." IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME? We are conducting a clinical research study for women who suffer [,4~1 from severe diarrhea- //era" !\ predominar~t Irritable Bowel ~.~.&~l~.) Syndrome (IBS). Volunteers must be as least 19 years old, ft . "~ have suffered from severe dtarrhea~predominant IBS ~ F~ I"="='rlu symptoms for at least 6 II" d_ ! months, and nave foiled I IF-~'~'-~4~ ~-.~'[; co venti. ot ,,s thera, ! IL' - All office visits, medical ~"'-""--~---~ conventional IBS therapy, All office visit.~. m, ~dical evaluations, & investigotional ~"T"7-----1 I medieations related to this study will }U~[,( I I de provided at do cost to Oof,ents. (!) I I For more Information \ [ I [ about this sludy please } ! [ ] [ Call (402)465-8888. .,.,.---=~ ,.I,'~ Press "4600" for research. ~:~ ~ -,,t=~ SPECIALTIES P.O. 4545 R Street, Suite 205 Lincoln, NE 68503 Proceedings of the Superior City Council Nov. 10, 2003 The meeting of the Mayor and Council of Superior, Neb., was con- vened in open and public session on the 10th day of November, 2003, in the Conference Room of the City/Utility Building at 7:30 p.m. Present were council members Christiancy, Simonsen, Ward, Springer, Grove. Absent: Menke. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in the City Clerk's Office, Municipal Library and Public Safety Building, the designated method of giving notice. Council by majority vote excused Menke from the meeting. Utilities Section: Council approved the November Utility Claims; approved the .33 per hour salary increase for Janice Smidt and the. 15 per hour salary increase for Larry Sibert; approved hiring Darren Sjoholm for the Gas Department, hir- ing Jeromi Wagner for the Water De- partment; approved Resolution 03-37 to sell Gas Department Utility box; to harmonize with state law; to repeal conflicting resolutions and sections; to provide an effective date and ordered to be published in pamplet form; ac- cepted the bid from Dick Holling for $175 for the Gas Department utility box; accepted bid for the Wastewater Treatment Plant roof from Paul Handy- man Service for $350; adopted Reso- lution 03-38 regarding the slight de- crease in electric rates; to harmonize with state law; to repeal conflicting resolutions and sections; to provide and effective date and ordered to be published in pamplet form; accepted the October Utility Treasurer's Re- port; extended the deadline for truck bids for the Gas Department until Nov. 24. City Section: Council Approved the October 27 meeting minutes; approved the No- vember City Claims; council to issue McKee Recycling a citation, as he had not cleared his property of debris by deadline; approved Mayor Maxey's appointment of Marilyn Peterson to Economic Development council; ac- cepted October City Treasurer's re- port; no travel requests; committee re- ports were given. Meeting adjourned. Billy J. Maxey, Mayor November Utility Claims Acco of Nebraska, 1,624.40. Alex- ander Motors, 27.71; Alltel, 700.57; B-Green Lawn Care, 116.75; Bells Int'l, 237.78; Blackburn, 197.75; City Clerk/Treasurer, 8,557.55; County Clerk, 11.00; Dept. of Revenue, 1,083.69; Ditch Witch of Nebr., 25.60; Eakes Office Products, 467.66; EMC National Life, 95.53; Great Plains One- Call, 26.83; Heath Consultants, 258.26; Horizon Bank Repo, 8,700.00; Hydro fTree removal, Trimming and _ Stump Removal I nsure-- l ,8 Reasonable ratesI Phone 402-879-3608 Supply, 2,077.40; I 4 Detail, 39.36; Ideal Market, 24.49; ITr Hartford, 1,665.25; Jack & Jill, 12.90; Kansas Municipal Utilities, 200.00; Kriz- Davis, 870.75; League of NE Munici- pality,:62.08; Menke Drug, 15.29; Mid- States Well Work, 144.90; Pamida, 12.78; Petro Plus, 1,966.34; Prairie Power, 72.00; Putnam Investors, 2,174.29; QA Balance Service, 150.00; RS Stover, 281.89; Republican Valley Exterminator, 60.00; Scott TV & Ap- pliance, 23.26; Servi-Tech, 60.20; Sidles, 9.99; South Central Public Power District, 919.79; St. ofNE HHS Laboratory, 52.00; Superior Ace Hard- ware, 745.60; Superior Deshler, 15.00; Superior Implement, 31.96; Superior Outdoor Power, 194.73; Superior Pub- lishing, 111.73; Superior Utilities, 2,407.50; Valley Building Center, 23.54; Wesco, 1,067.61; Western Uni- forms, 488.58; Salaries, 13,265.70. November City Claims Alexander Motors, 59.63; Robert Allgood, 476.60; Alltel Communica- tions, 358.22; Animal Hospital, 140.00; Baker & Sons Disposal, 157.00; Burmester, 450.00; County Clerk, 10.00; Deweese Sand & Gravel, 672.27; Don Fintel, 525.00; EMC Na- tional Life, 180.72; Farm Plan, 82.25; Farmers & Merchants Bank, 2,150.98; Holiday Inn, 1,079.10; 14 Detail, 5.00; Ideal Market, 18.94; ITr Hartford, 767.90; Jack & Jill, 14.94; Midland Area Agency, 1,166.67; NE Dept of Revenue, 433.86; NE Supreme Court Publications, 21.20; NU Co. Sheriffs Office, 550.00; Pamida, 1,029.49; Petro Plus, 964.26; Putnam Investors, 768.fy0; Quality Red D Mix, 1,407.88; Richard Elliott, 1,310.00; Sandra Schendt, 160.00; Sidles, 5.63; Sun Tuff, 28.78; SuperiorAce Hardware, 695.31; Superior Implement, 47.91; Supe- rior Mother's Club, 193.50; Superior Motor Parts, 353.60; Superior Pub- lishing, 122.07; Superior Utilities, 3,687.54; Superior Utilities, 237.15; Superior Utilities, 500.00; Timothy Schmidt, 150.00; Western Uniforms, 57.75; Ralph Wilton, 25.00; Salaries, 8,073.89; Alltel Communications, 45.29; Baker & Son Disposal, 29.00; Baker & Taylor, 367.63; Copycat Magazine, 18.95; Doubleday Large Print, 22.18; Health, 19.98; Michael Perrie, 25.00; Microfilm Imaging Sys- tems 5.50; Nebraskaland Magazine, 16.00; Pack-O-Fun, 1997; Pamida, 60.36; Quick Cooking, 17.98; Smart Computing, 29.00; Superior Ace Hard- ware, 9.95; Superior Utilities, 382.42; University Subscription, 92.89; USA Today, 124.80; Wood Magazine, 29.00; Whitmore Lawn Service, 50.00. A complete text of the minutes, resolutions and ordinances are on file in the City Clerk' s office and are avail- able for public inspection during regu- lar business hours. Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board Of Commissioners Nov. 17, 2003 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Nov. 17, 2003 in the Board Meeting Room at the Court- house, Nelson, Neb., as per recess of Nov. 10, 2003. Brown, Sullivan and Carman present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was posted in the County Clerk' s office and remitted to Board members in advance of the meeting. Chairman Brown approved the agenda and the Nov. 10, 2003 min- utes as received. Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Carman to aPtProve the October 2003 report on fees collected, filed by the i-~aven.no~l. county clerk. Sullivan, aye; Carman, lk=,J ~,,J JL~ aye; Brown, aye. Motion carried. By Carol Lower), Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Carman to approve a certificate of com- pliance and pass a resolution, both relating to Project C006503405, for the receipt of soft match monies. Sul- livan, aye; Carman, aye; Brown, aye. Motion carried. Weed Superintendent Brent Meyer, Region 13 Emergency Manager Leo Zadina and Highway Superintendent Don Robb, each met with the board to report on department activities. The following salary claims were Rich and Donna Lawson weekend guests of their Melissa, Michael Omaha. They attended tening. Kenneth and Helen Donna Holsteen, and Helen Marie Erickson Coming to help wit visit Carlene Lambert and Grone and her family, Valdean Milegar, Aurora, Colo. approved: women are sisters. ,,...,~ General Employee Golden Rockers Retirees t,~_. salaries .......................... 17,444.02ing F C Rvs Group, Fairbury, n~.~., lunch at the Davenport cafe After t~. Road Department monthly meeting, they we~ ~a~so~i~ employee salaries ......... 33,369.23 Emergency Mgr. employee Wendell and Aria Zabel for a salary .............................. 1,912.09time. Noxious Weed Employee, Ruth and Emil Pearson visitedF/Itl salary .............................. 1,960.00Vieselmeyer at Heritage in GenUt'_t There being no further business, The pitch club met at the home o~ the board recessed until Nov.24, 2003. Wilford and Cleora Ficken. Tho~ ~" Arnold Brown, Chairman tending were Kenneth and HelenBt~" By: Selma Ferguson, county clerk les, Emil and Ruth Pearson,, Lo~ .... Jagels, alga Reinke, Marian M;r~ Notice of Meeting Verna Heinrichs, Annie Ficken, m~" Region 9 Preschool Ficken and the hosts. Lunch was se~t~ Interagency Council The Bible study group met at r, The next regular meeting of the Pearson's home. Annie Ficken gave Board of Region 9 Preschool Inter- the lesson. "aM agency Council will be held on Man- Derek Anderson and friend, J~ day, Nov. 24, 2003, at 5 p.m., at head Senegar, Wayne, visited Phil, l)ban~ Start, 13 N. Marian Road, Hastings, Dan Johnson and went deer hunting; Neb. Colton and Morgan Lowery.~r. An agenda containing a listing of ebrated their birthdays on F~d~ subjects requiring the attention of the evening. They went to Sutton to _~ board is available for public inspection and then returned to their grandpare~ during normal business hours, home, Wendell and Carol Lowea~Y~ Except for items of an emergency birthday cake and ice cream. Y":2~ nature, the agenda will not be enlarged attending were their parents, Tim later than 24 hours before the sched- Debbie Lowery, sisters, Gernca "d, and Dart uled commencement of the meeting. Kelli Miller, Neat Voss_, Sara Johnson, Board Secretary lc Denise, Joshua and Conner LO~l, Kathy Hoffman and Peggy "..,,f " ' Lincoln,Neb., were SaturdaYgU~ Courthotl~e News their aunt, Madan Mosier. Richard Nuckolls County Wanda Mosier were lunch,._ohsguestS" .o Nell and Bernita Miller visited Traffic and Misdemeanor grandson, Eric Miller at an.u!~ Wendell A. Lowery, Davenport, hospital. On their way home, m ~_., ~ they,,- " and Stew defective brakes, $50. ited their daughter, Peggy, .. a,i. CleoRenfro, KimberlingCity, Mo., Russell and family in Lincoln. un,~,,~ loaded shotgun in vehicle, $50. day, it was a joyous occasion for.~ Real Estate Transfers the Miller families as Eric retu-~-- Michael A. Thayer, Trustee of the home from the hospital. ,,~-1 Patricia A. Thayer Trust to Michael L. Sue McCubbin, Paris, Ark.,~t and Karen A. Thayer, Part S 1/2 SE Johnson, Lucy Voigt and Aria 7.ao~, 1/4 11-2-6. had lunch at Sutton. Paul D. and Janet Soucie to Robert Several from Christ Lut J. and Kathleen D. Kohmetscher ex- Church change Part SW 114 NW 114 1-4-8. items for World Relief. The~ Robert J. and Kathleen D. quilts to Camp Joy Holling KohmetschertoDonaldA.andDeAnn quilt auction, was held at Bo~.' F. Kohmetscher, Part SW 1/4 6-4-7. Bible Study t:tm Robert J. and Kathleen D. Nelson's home. Attending we lLe Kohmetscher to Donald A. Johnson, Fern Fisher and Be Kohmetscher, Dale G. Kohmetscher, Miller. . : .~ Marie H. Svoboda, Karen R. ElizabethCirclemetatChnSt,~,~ Kimminau, and Sandra K. Carpenter, eran Church. Lesson leader was tm":~ (subject to Life estate of Grantors) Johnson. Helen Buckles servedl~..,,in~ Lots 15 and 16, Block 13, O.T. LucilleMeyer, Deshler, entet"" Lawrence. Monday Bridge Club. Donald A: and DeAnn F. Bill and Liela Kohmetscher to Donald A. and DeAnn luncheon and house F. Kohmetscher, Part SW 1/4 6-4-7. las and Mary Virchow and James Watts and Sons Inc., to A.B. Lincoln, Neb. E. Farm Co. E 1/2 1-4-7. CarlE.andJaniceR.WattstoJames home from visiting Watts & Sons Inc., N 1/2 SE 1/4 31- .Beverly, 4-6, SW 1/4 3-3-7. W 1/2 SE 1/4 3-3- and Gabriela, Washington 7, S 1/2 SE 1/4 32-4-6, N 1/2 NE week and a week at Cape' 1/4 5-3-6, S 1/2 SW 1/4 31-4-6. A family dinner was Harold E. and Peggy J. Soper to home of Bill and David E. Kussman, Jason D. Kussman, Liela's brothers and sister, Shannon S. Kussman N 1/2 Lot 10, Shirley Holtzen, Lincoln, Block 4, First Addition O. T. Hardy; and Jan Holtzen, Seward, Lot 16andE200'Lots 13, 14and 15N. Giger, Lincoln. Merlin Hardy addition to O. T. Hardy, E 178' written a book, America, Are Lot 12 N. Hardy addition and Lot 9, tening, which is available at Block 4, First Addition to O. T. Hardy. enport library. Willard and Ann Hinds, Amy Hinds and American Eagle Candies Kirchhoff. ' Insurance, Inc. ate out Sunday to celebrate birthday. " ~ is offering the following types . Alvin and Lois Wiechman, o ,.~t, of insurance to take care of , st>," spent Saturday with Alvin s IT PAYS TO KNOW A LENDER THAT'S your health and life insurance Arlene, and Don Vorce .... n eeds. 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