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What, No Reindeer!!? WOULD like to thank all of and friends for the gifts and presents on our anniversary. Wilbur and Wilson. 36-50-I p ! FAMILY of Charley Mosier to express our gratitude and friends for your acts of kindness at the f our husband, md '. Thank the Blue Valley Home in Hebron and Samaritan Center in who have cared for him year. thanks to his words of Your concern mqans so 36-50-Ic to all our neighbors and friends expressed care and con- Check Classifieds...they have Phone 402-879-3291 to place your I WANTto thank Dr. Domico, Dr. Leibal and nurses at the hospital for their good care. Thanks also to Pastor Laughlin for his visits and prayers, and for all your vis- its, cards, prayers and phone calls while at the hospital and since returning home It is all reatly appreciated. Albert E. nsen. 36-50-1p WE WISH to thank all of our friends who helped us so much during Bud's illness. We deeply appreciate the kindness shown us by our neighbors, who helped us with household chores; the staff of Heritage of Red Cloud and Brodstone Memorial of Su- perior, who cared for him so well A special thank you to the "Class of '81" for their thoughtfulness and for the prayers and support we received. The family of J.W. Hubbard. 36-50-1 p Goodwin the home nurses, Obituary-Hanson and technical staff atthe Ronald Eugene Hanson, 55, Our heartfelt thanks. Maxine r hospital who gave love died Nov. 26 at Grapevine, Byrkit, Larry, Dee and family, n super care these past days. We will be grateful Texas. Services were Wednes- Keith, Vicki and family, Jack. Kay day at Lucas Funeral Home, and family, Dale, Gin and family Special thanks to Father Grapevine. Graveside services and Bob, Jackie and family. lachovec for hospital vis- conducting services in were Friday at Mount Hope .i 36.501c Heart Chumh, Nelson. Cemetery, Mankato with the ',to the Altar Society for pro- Rev. Ernie Larsen officiating. and serving dinner May The V.F.W. Post 7830 had mili- be richly rewarded. The tar rites. Hanson, 'the second son of Casper and Irhie Hanson, was The Superior Express ,es of Joe J. Mazour, Makovicka, Eleanor and Mary Ann Biltoft. 36-50-1 p Allen dies Claycamp, 24, died Sunday at his A memorial service will be at today (Thursday) at the gensen-Meloan Manhattan, with Robert Schaedel Burial will be at 2 Greenwood Cemetery, of Hunter, with military bom Feb. 25, 1937, on a farm near Mankato. He attended coun- try school at South Union and Mankato High School. He was confirmed in the Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mankato. He married Jean Anderson at Stock- THANK YOU to Dr. Blecha and the nurses for the excellent care I received while in the hospital and for cards and visits and phone calls from friends. Sincerely, Merle Hayes 36-50-1p THE FAMILY of Kenny Byrkit wishes to express our sincere gratitude to our relatives and friends for their calls, cards, vis- its, flowers, memorials, food and prayers at the time of the death of our husband, father and grand- father. Thank you to the staff at the Harvard Rest Haven, Harvard, who have cared for him for the past year A special thank you to the Rev. Taylor for his words of comfort. Your caring concern means so very much. NOTICE In the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska. Estate of Lueile Gertrude De- terding, Deceased. Estate No. 5492 Notice is hereby given that a ) was born Aug 10, at Scottsbluff and was a of Manhattan for two r veteran and in international at Kansas State ty. s parents, Dorothy Claycarnp, Ran; his grandmother, din, Kensington; two :, Ill., and Wise.; and a sis- Pumarn, Wichita. will be cremated. ton, Ken., and later moved to fmal account and report of ad- ministration and a Petition for Grapevine, Texas, where he worked as a construction worker. He joined the army in 1956 and did his training at Camp Chaffie, Ark. Hanson was as- signed to the Fifth Armored Vic- tory Division, and was sent to Germany where he patroled the Russian Germany border for two years. Hanson was preceded in death by his father, his younger brother, Larry, his sister, Joyce, and one brother-in-law, Fred Simmons. He is survived by his daugh- ter, Mrs. Mike Hixon (Julie), Halton City, Texas; his mother, Irbie Hanson, Mankato; two sis- ters, Mrs. Amos Seals (Freda), McPherson and Mrs. Rex Weaverllng (Frances), Mankato; brother Don, Manhattan; four randchildren, Justin, Russell, :lo andKellie lcolc. :,,: THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Phone 402-879-3291 LASSIFIED RATES WEEK ....................................................... 12 e ............................................................ $200 per word .................................................... 21 "KS, per word ................................................ 30 For additional weeks, add 9 cents per word OF THANKS, per word .......................................... 12 DISPLAY, per inch ................................... $2.75 uent issues (minimum four), per inch ............ $2.40 ADVERTISEMENTS - Advertisements running blind under the of The Express must be answered b.y letter Answers must be for within 10 days alter the last insertion. There is an additional 100 more than the cost of the ad for this form. HOW TO KNOW WHAT YOUR AD WILL COST any ad is ............... . ....................... $2.00 lddress. classified ads are I/abfa in advance by eilher Mamr Charge or Visa. There will noncommercial sds. be accepted until 4 p.m. for publication In Issue of the following day. g classified advertising classification: reserves the right to classify all advertisements to its own rules of classification. CLASSIFIED INDEX your advertisement under any of the following headings: For Sale 26-Nolice 17-Electronics 27-Ferlilizer 17a-Memorials 27a-Chemicals 18-Housshold Goods 28-Ferm Loans Rent Wanted 18a-Antklues 20-PouIW 2t-Feed and Seed 21a-Irrigation 22-Vans ) Wanted 23-Used Cars 23a-Motors 23b-Auto Service 23c-Used Trucks 23d-Reereational 23e-T)re Repair 24-Real Estate 24a-Mobila Homes 24b-RenL Buildings For Rent 29-Eleetridan 29a-Welding 30-Beautician 30a-MusicalInstruments 31-1nsurance 31 a-AuclJonear 32-Refrigsration 33-Professional 33a-Lodges 34-Plumbing 34a-Roofing 36-Thank You 37-1n Memorium 40-Contrsctors A GOOD CLASSIFIED AD: respoJ more quickly and favorably when given complete o For best results, ah,a inse , your nine and comldete mailing fou do not have mgulw houm, 'e alxefarred lime to have ixospec posion end a=k youmelf what you uld like Io sasfaion do m, not rot lack of readership, hlformat to get pmmp aon. _ . be secured !' you,. adverfisment by ! mnsecutive inserlion YOU may stop your sd in the event of results and t for the times it b publidled. Them are else spedal rates for .tose of keeping lheir name er offer bee Ihe public every week. HOw TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD Phone 402-879-3291 or 913-378-3705 to PO BOX 408, SUPERIOR, NEB. 68978 Call 800-359.2120 to place an advertisement and it charged to your Visa or MastarCard card. Office Hours are: Monday through Friday ;rn,-12 noon and 1-5 p.m.; Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-noon SuptmoR ExvRm Thursday, December 10, t992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A I First Published Nov. 26, 1992 in Business World Products, Farmers Coop Assn.- The Superior Express supplies ......................... 42.49 Red Cloud, gas and PROCEEDINGS OF Services today for NOTICE Butterworth, supplies diesel fuel ................. 2,562.30 SUPERIOR CITY In the County Court of Nuck- and postage ................... .28.83 Farmers Union Coop UTILITIES GtO1 S]IVItt oils County, Nebraska. Estela L. Chan, M.D., Assn-Nora, diesel Notice of meeting posted Georgia Sweet, 52, Formoso, complete settlement, adjudica- tion of intestacy, determination of heirs and determination of in- heritance tax have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuekolls County, Ne- braska, located at Nelson, on Dec. 16, 1992 at 11:30 o'clock a.m. Jack Dodge Co-Personal Representative 212E4th McCook, Neb. 69001 Kathy Deterding Co-Personal Representative 8634 NW Marston Kansas City Me. 64154 ToimOthy S. Schmidt 151 213 East Third Superior, Neb. 68978 12-10-48-3c V00OCEE/i00GS O#L: VILLAGE OF HARDY Dec. 1, 1992 The December 1 meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Sam Clark, with all members present. Minutes of the November meeting were presented with no corrections or additions, they were approved as presented. The following blls were pre- sented: Nebraska Public Power, Dist., electricity ........... 758.95 Lincoln Telephone, fireball 40.69; water plant 55.51 ........... 96.20 Superior Publishing proceedings ................... 20.02 The Garbage Co., trash PU ......................... 10.00 Corporate Diversified Ser. firemen's ins .................. 38.00 Delka's Cosntruetion & Garage, bakehoe water- leak, haul rock ............. 122.50 Renz Construction & Lumber, battery, bolts, and nuts ................. 4.77 Superior Ace Hardware, lights and bulbs-street... 62,43 Ideal Market, cleaning supp ................ 13.48 Wheelers, clamp water lines ....................... 5.17 Walter Rowley, postage relmb .................. 2.90 Coop Bus. Association, diesel and gas ................ 52.11 Salaries ............................. 724.17 Edwards made the motion to pay the bills as presented, Piper seconded, carried 4-0. The treasurer's report was presented, Blair made the mo- tion to accept, Edwards second- ed. Carried 4-0. The need for a spare brine pump was discussed. MWI Cable Co., was asked to attend the December meeting to dis- cuss the rising cable rates and their poor services. Edwards re- ported that they had called him and said they didn't think a rep- resentative would be there. A letter will be sent, to see if the Village can get any satisfaction. Property clean-up was dis- cussed. Diana Fuller turned in her resignation as of Dec. 3, 1992. DMarjorie Blair will fill in for lane at the 911 meetings. It was brought to attention that 911 was operationals as of Decem- ber 1, 1992. Walter Rowley reported on the water plant needing more salt. Blair made motion to ad- journ, Piper seconded. Carried 4-0. Rogene E. Renz Clerk Sam Clark Chairman-Mayor Estate of Myrtle Morris, De- ceased. Estate No. 5353 Notice is hereby given that a waiver of final account and re- port of administration and a Pe- tition for complete settlement' probate of Will, and determina- tion of heirs, have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuekolls County, Ne- braska, located at Courthouse, Nelson, Nebraska 68961, on Dec. 16, 1992 at or after 11:30 o'clock aan. (Seal) John A. Wheeland Clerk of County Clerk Downing & Alexander Attorney for 1titioner 12-10-48-3c PROCEEDINGS OF NUCKOLLS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DEC. 1 AND 2, 1992 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 1 and 2, 1992 at the Nuckolls County Commissioner's meet- ing room in the Courthouse, Nelson, Neb. as per recess of Nov. 18, 1992. Roll call: Sulli- van, Samsula and Pohlmeier present. (Also present, Commis- sioner elect Jesse Jensen.) Agen- da of said meeting wasposted in the County Clerk's office and remitted to board members in advance of the meeting. Scott Stemper and Leo Zadi- na met with the board in regard to 911 Emergency Services bud- get and claims. Motion by- Pohlmeier, seconded by Sullivan to pass the following resolution. Pohlmeier, aye; Sullivan, aye; Samsula, aye. Motion carried. RESOLUTION TRANSFERRING MONEY FROM THE COUNTY INHERITANCE TAX FUND TO THE 911 COMMUNICATIONS CENTER FUND WHEREAS, the Nebraska Civil Defense Agency has ap- proved a grant for the purchase and installation of equipment for 911 emergency services in Nuckolls County; and WHEREAS, grant money will not be released until the local agency has paid for the equipment and insallation; and WHEREAS, the 911 Com- munication Center Fund does not have sufficient money at this time to pay for equipment and installation; and WHEREAS, the County Board has the authority to trans- fer money from the County In- heritance Tax Fund to provide for the purchase of emergency eqan, the money transferred will be relmbused from the grant money, now, therefore, BE 1T RESOLVED that the Nuckolls County Treasurer is authorized and directed to trans- fer $14,898.00 from the County Inheritance Tax Fund to the 911 Communication Center Fund and that he is also authorized and directed to reimburse the County Inheritance Tax Fund from the grant money that will be received from the Nebraska Civil Defense Agency. Passed and approved this 1st day of December, 1992. Joe Sullivan Robert Samsula Don Pohlmeier County Board of Commissioners ATTFT: Selma Ferguson County Clerk Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Samsula to approve the coun- ty assessor recommendation for tax correction No. 2 on real es- tate and No. 3 on personal prop- erty. Samsula, aye; Sullivan, aye; Pohlmeier, aye. Motion car- fled. (Copies on file for public inspection .) Motion by Samsula, second- ed by Sullivan to approve and place on file the Regton 13 Civil Defense Coordinator report for November. Samsula, aye; Sulli- van, aye; Pohlmeier, aye. Mo- tion carried. Motion by samsula, seconded by Sullivan to approve Nebraska Public Official Bond No. 360669 with Allied Group In- surance through Biltoft & Cla- haugh Insurance Agency of Nel- son for County Commissioner Jesse H. Jemen, in the amount of $2,000 for a four year term, cost $170.00. Smnsula, aye; Sul- livan, aye; Pohlmeier, aye. Mo- tion carried. Bid quotes are being solicited for the Nuckolls County audits, requesting the bids be for a three year period beginning with fis- cal year 1992-93, pursuant to the requirements of the Revised Statutes of Nebraska, Stion 23-1608 et seq. Bid shall be opened at 10.4)0 am, Jan. 4, 1993. The following claims allowed: Gtmral Lincoln Telephone, telephone service ......... 865.0g Animal Hpitld, animal sea.ice ............... 40.00 Arebem, Inc., supplies and postage .................. 139.18 B & S Tire Market, sup plies and repairs .......... 601.13 Business Su .lly Co., Inc., supphes ............... 110.58 prison& med. sr ............. 25.00 City of Nelson, utilities ........................ .755.00 Diane Collins, meeting expense .......................... 12.00 Commemial Bank, supplies ......................... 33.60 Dept. of Public Institu- tion, patient care ....... 1,413.00 David Downing, Atty., attorney services ....... 2.531.51 Dmdik's Electric, repairs and heater ........ 412.88 Executive Copier Systems 2 copy machines and supplies .................... 7,239.50 Federal We & Labor Law Instttute, sup .......... 12.85 Fountaine Microfilming, microfilm service ........ 330.00 Wayne Garrison, Atty., attorney services ....... 1,058.75 Gas *N Shop Inc., gas ............................... 258.23 Hiavac Hardware, supplies ......................... 28.50 IBM, maintenance agreement ...................... 66.40 Doris Jones, prior service benefit ............... 22.00 Dorothy J. Joy, jpfior service benem ............... 25.00 K N Energy, Ino., natural gas service ................... 506.92 Krueger Office Machin supplies .................... r... 11.50 L & L Hardware & Sport- ing Goods, sup .......... ... 75.47 Lawrence Locomotive, print and publish ......... 100.47 Lawyers Coop Pub., supplies ......................... 95.90 James Man', uniform allowance and ear washes ........................... 54.50 Tom Mason, County Treasurer, UPS exp ....... 10.37 Steve Melvin, mileage, meals and meeting ex.lnse ........................ 166.54 Scot Montgomery, uniform allowance and car washes ..................... 56.00 Multi-County Inf. & Prog. Services, computer expense ........................ 701.76 Janice Murray, meeting expense .......................... 65.90 J osephMturray, Atty., attorney services ....... 2,634.00 Ne. Dept. of Admin. Services, telecommu- nications charges ......... 385.00 Nelson Good samaritan Center, prisoner meals ............................. 43.25 New World Inn, meeting expense. ....................... 123.90 N uckolls C(o ts tounty Dept. of Roads, gas and mower repairs ................ 31.31 Nuckolls County Ext- ension Ser., meeting expense .......................... 43.50 Nebraska Signal, sup ......... 84.25 Nelson Gazette, print, publish and sup ........... 171.90 Nuckolls County Court, court expense .............. 115.50 Don Pohlmeier, mileage .......................... 31.85 Quill Corp., sup .................. 62.76 Redfield & Co., Inc., supplies ......................... 70.25 Nalda Rodenbneck, prisoner laundry ............ 12.30 Timothy Sehmidt, meeting expense ............ 73,58 Schott Oil Co., Inc., gas ....................... 195.87 Share Corp., supplies ......... 27.00 Scott Stemper, uniform allowance, car washes etc .................................. 63.92 Jay Sullivan, Atty., attorney services .......... 986.34 Joe Sullivan, mileage ......... 34.30 Superior Ace Hardware, supplies ......................... 41.31 Superior Publishing Co. Inc., print, publish and supplies ................. 272.90 Amber Suuer, original and copy of transcript ........ 312.00 TMC, telephone rvicee ....................... 147.04 Charles Tuttle, uniform allowance, ear washes, etc .................................. 64.60 Uniservice, Inc., sup .......... 58.16 U of N Cooperative Extension, sup ............... 12.25 U of N Telecommunications Center, wats line ............ 22.17 USDA-APHIS Field Service Office, animal control service ......... 1/025.00 Villae Pharmacy, prisoner medical ......... ,..41.40 Wheelers, .su3lies ............. 27.30 Employees ;;, BC-BS, retirement, etc ........ 12,430.86 Road Lincoln Telephone Co., telephone service ......... 112.74 B & S Tire Market, Bergt lies ......................... 21.25 rothers, Inc., gravel ........................ 3,385.60 Burlington Northern Rail- road Co., building rent .............................. 180.00 Business Supply Co., file cabinet ................... 104.00 C & M Supply, Inc., eel fuel and propane .......... 491.41 City of Nelson utilities... ...................... 180.20 City of Superior, utilities ........................... 28.22 Computer Services Group, computer service ......... 120.00 C.. "ve Business Ann., diesel fuel .................... 362.24 Delka's Construction & Garage, repairs .............. 11.74 Deweese Sand & Gravel Inc., gravel ............... 4,743.00 E88ers Motor Service & Sales, repairs ................. 78.77 ERC Communications, rent .............................. 350.00 fuel .............................. 234.98 Glenwood Telephone Mem- bers.hip Corp., telephone service ........................... 24.44 Graham Tire Co., tires .............................. 527.5'2 Indland Truck Parts, Inc., repairs .................. 103.82 Island Supply Co, supplies ....................... 304. I0 Wylie D. Jensen, grass seed ...................... 65.41 Joe Theer Welding & Repair, supplies ........... 200.00 K N Energy, me., natural gas service ................... 152.55 Ken & Al's Service, Inc., . diesel fuel, tires, etc.... 819.95 Kully Pipe & Steel Supply, steel ................ 325.26 L & L Hardware & Sporting Goods, sup ........ 9.30 Lincoln Plating CO., repairs .......................... 516.00 Linweld, supplies ............. 171.37 Ne. Dept. ot ttevenue, fuel tax ........................ 399.84 Ne. Machinery Co., repairs .......................... 170.75 Ne. Public Power Dist. Clay Center, utilities ..... 29.08 Ne. Public Power Dist. Geneva, utilties ............. 46.46 el-Son's Sand & Gravel, gravel ........................... 780.00 Oscar & Harold's Used Cars, supplies ............... 20.00 Petro Plus, Inc., supplies, fuel, repairs, ere ........ 1,257.53 Walter Pelage, prior service benefit ............... 12.00 Ruskin service, Inc., diesel fuel .................... 106.35 Schott Oil Co., Inc., supplies .............. , .......... 10.00 Seitz's Quarry, rock ......... 406.80 Sidles-Mr. Automotive, supplies ....................... 481.76 Superior Ace Hardware, supplies ........................... 9.58 Superior Implement, Inc., supplies ........................... 9.73 Superior Motor Parts, supplies .............. , ........ 606.82 Superior Outdoor Power Center, supplies ............. 53.32 TMC-LDS Communi- cations, telephone service ........................... 34.30 Twin Valley Implement, Inc., supplies ................. 92.30 Valley Building Center, supplies ......................... 55.39 Wheelers, supplies ............. 74.60 York Equipment, Inc., supplies ....................... 160.25 Employees' SS, BC-BS, retirement, ere .......... 9,792.61 Civil Defense Lincoln Telephone Co., telephone service ........... 59:71 Business Supply Co., supplies ........................... 7.16 TMC-LDDS Communi- cations, telephone service ............................ 7.29 Winter Conference, reg- istration fee ................... .45.00 Leo Zadina, training supplies and mileage ........................ 233.76 Employee's SS, BC-BS, retirement, etc ............. 531.41 Weed District Lincoln Telephone Co., telephone service ........... 51.40 City of Nelson, utilities ........................... 19.00 KN Energy, Ine, natural gas ser ............... 27.90 Brent Meyer, meal .............. 2.40 Ne. Weed Control Assn., assn. dues ........... 75.00 North American Weed Mgmt. Assn., assn. dues ...................... 45.00 Nov. 13, 1992, City Auditorium, City Safety Building, Superior Utilities. Superior Utilities, Nov. 16, 1992. The regular meeting of the Board of Public Works was called to order by Chairman Groves with the following present: Groves, Diehl, Cbris- tianey, Mullet and Rempe. Ab- sent: None. A motion was made by Diebl and seconded by Mullet to ac- cept the minutes of the" last meeting. Voting yea: Groves, Diehl, Christian_e),, Mullet and Rempe. Nay: None. Absent: None. Motion carried. died Tuesday at the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. A me- modal service will be at 10: a.m. today (Thursday) at the Montrose Community Church with the Rev. Suzie Anderson of- ficiating. Sweet was born Jmm 18, 1940, at Belleville. She was a at St. John and Mankato, a- rancher and showed horses. She also worked for the Beloit and Mankato sale hams and was a member of the Methodist Church, St. John. Survivors are three sons, David Pfiester, Norfolk, Va., Danlel Pfiester, Lockland, Texas, and Duane Pfiester, Formoso; and her .The following bills of the parents; Harry A. and Mal)el City Utility fund were read: Sweet, Formoso. Salaries, 13,906.93; Ameri- Kleppinger Funeral Home, can Safety Utility, supplies, Jewell, is in charge of arrange- 104.06; Chamber of Commeree, merits. promotion, 60.00; Island Supply Welding, supplies, 10.08; Lin. JalnesMun'lln, , service, 25.49; Nebr. Dept. Revenue, sales tax, 10,239.73; NPPD, service-wells 1,322.71; NPPD, power purchased, 79,190.83; Security National Bank, fed. withholding, 5,495.28; Norm Smith, supplies and labor, 137.95; Superior Electric, repairs, 299.25; Supe- rior Family Medical Center, booster, 55.00; Superior Out- door Power, parts and labor, 40.39; Superior Publishing, pro- ceedings, 202.49; Way's Recy- eling, poles and wood, 68.00. A motion was made by Diehl and seconded by Mullet to ap- prove and pay the bills as read: voting yea: Groves, Diehl, Christiancy, Mullet, and Rempe. Nay: None. Absent: None. Mo- tion carried. A motion was made by Groves and seconded by Diehl to purchase a hydraulic dump bumper-pull trailer for the Gas Department for $3,250.00 from Parker Manufacturing. Voting yea: Groves, Diehl, Christiancy, Mullet, and Rempe. Nay: None. Absent; None. Motion carried. The Board held discussion on the separation of the water ser- vices at Superior Deshler and Woerner's on East 3rd Street. There was also discussion on putting advaneed notices in the lal newspaper concerning the aoopting of a backflow ordi- nance for the City. No formal action was taken. A motion was made by Rempe and seconded by Mullet to go into executive session at 9:15 p.m. for a short time con- rning water personnel Voting lleau. Groves, Diehl, Christiancy, et and Rempe. Nay: None. Ahsent; None. Motion earried. The Board came out of exec- utive session at 9:30 p.m. The Board held discussion on Hydra-Stop equipment for water and gas valve insertion. More information will be coming. No action was taken. A motion was made by Rempe and seconded by Chris- tiancy to adjourn the meeting. Voting yea: Groves, Diehl, Christiancy, Mullet and Rempe Nay: None. Absent: None. Mo- tion carried. W. E. Groves Chairman R. J. Rempe Secretary Nuckolls County dept. Services today for of Roads, gas ................. 74.91 Employee's $S, BBS, Wiltlanl McGill retirement, etc ............. 561.37 Medical Eye Specialists of Ne. client services ................ 58.50 Emergency Protective ., client services .............. 210.00 Lincoln Telephone Co., client services ................ 20.38 Medical Associates, client services ................ 16.86 911 Emergency Service Lincoln Telephone Co., 911 service .................. 174.32 Motorola, Inc., equipment .................... 937.15 Platte Valley Cornmuni. cations, Inc., equipment ............... 13,961.05 Superior Publishing Co., print and publish ............. 6.32 Board recessed until Dec. 16, 1992. Joe Sullivan, Chairman By: Selma Ferguson, County Clerk coin Telephone, service, dies at Hastings 1,134.98; Lincoln Telephone, of James Earl Mumn 96, died Friday at the Mary Lanning Me- morial Hospital, Hastings. Ser- vices were Monday from the Price Funeral Home, Hebron, with the Rev. Patterson C'ulligan officiat- ing. Interment was at the Chester Cemetery, Chester. Mumm, son of John and NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a meeting of the Board of Education of the School District of Superior in the Counties of Nuckolls, Web- ster and Tha,er, in the State of Nebraska (Nuckolls County School District No. 011) will be held at 7:30 o'clock pan. on Dec. 14, 1992, in the Senior High Library in the District' which meeting will be open to the public. Agenda items known at this time for consideration by the Board will be as follows: Americans with Disabilities, Date for January meeting, land transfer to city, Chapter 2 grant. Beverly Beavers Secretary William Eugene MeGill, 63, died last Thursday at Phoenix, Ariz. Services are today O'hurs- day) at 2:00 pan. at Magrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel, Superior, with the Rev. Jerry Heydenberk officiating. Burial will be at the E.ver Cemetery near Supe- nor. McGill, son of Gus David McGill and Ethel Marie (Nesbitt) McGill, was born June 25, 1929, at Marissa, Ill. He was educated at Marissa and Roxana, Ill., and, graduated from Roxarm with the Class of 1947. Shortly after graduating from high school, he enlisted in the Army. He was united in marriage to Fern Wadeking in East Alton, Ill., November 18, 1950 This union was blessed with four children. The family moved to Albu- querque, N.M., El Grand& Calif., and later to Superior. He was em- ployed by Ideal Basic Industries as a supervisor. After the Superior plant closing, he retired. He is preceded in death by his parents and four brothers, Winston, Charles, Marion and Gordon. McGill is survived by his wife, two sons, Roger, Lakewood, Colo., and Michael; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Jim Cooan (Debbie), and Carol Adams, all of Flagstaff; two sisters, Mrs. Bill Miil(L4), Aurora, Colo., and Betty McGill, East Alton, Ill.; eight grandchil- dren, Jeremiah, Jarod =ad Sarah McGill, Heather, Jennifer and Lindsey Cooan, Nicholas and Christina Adams. What finally matters is Ytot how long or comfortable our life has been but whether we have found the wisdom to live each day as if it were to be our last. Pauline Priefert Mumm, was born near Hubbell Feb. 13, 1896. He was married to Lucille Boyce Feb. 11, 1920, at Belleville. Mumm lived at Hubbell and Narka before retiring and movingto Hebron. His wife, Lucille, diedNov. 12, 1988. Mumm was preceded in death by his parents, wife, four brothers and two sisters. He is survived by two daugh- ters, Mrs. Ray Icenogle (Betty), David City, and Mrs. Don Day (Phyllis), Hebron, one sister, Ann Eickman, Bridgeport, six grand- children, Gary lgenogle, Marshaltown, Iowa, Mrs. Jerry. Hudson (Kathy), Hebron, Lanny Icenogle, Billings, Mont., Dou- glas Day, Billings, Mrs. Michael Olsen (Judith), Lincoln and Steven , Day, Hebron, and 11 great-grand' children. Price Funeral Home, Hebron, was in charge of the arrangements. Services at Edgar for Laurene Powell Laurene Joy Powell, 89, died Friday at the Bethesda Care Cen- ter, Edgar. Services were Monday at the Urhauer-Williams Funeral Home Chapel, Edgar. The Rev. Ellen Campbell and the Rev. Harold Fox were the offieiants. Burial was in the Edgar Cemetery. Powell,t,hedatw, hter of Joe Catherine F.,asterbrooks Elliott, wasbomFeh. 20,1903,at Bruning. She attended the Angus school and Edgar High School. She was united in marriage to Floyd Powell at Hastings April 19,1922. This union was blessed with the birth of six children. They lived at Edgar. She was a member of the Church of the Plains, Eastern Star, Edgar Womens Club, P.E.O., Edgar Legion Auxiliary and Pres- byterian Women's Association. Powell was preceded in death by her parents, husband, son Dick, infant twin sons and five sisters. Survivors include, a daughter, Mrs. Dale Johnson (JoAnn), Edgar, two sons, Clark, Edgar, Gordon, St. Libory, eight grand. children and15 great-grandchil- dren. Urbauer-Williams Funeral home, Edgar, was in charge of the arrangements. Joseph Mazour dies Friday Joseph James Mazour, 92, died at Brodstone Memorial Nuekolls County Hospital Friday. Rosary services were Sunday at the Klawitter-Price Funeral Home, Nelson. Services were Monday at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church,  Nelson, with Father Frank Machovec officiating. Burial was in the Sacred Heart Catholic Cem- etery, Lawrence. Mazour, one of nine children, was born to Frank and Josephine (Koulosek) Mazour on afarm ne Spring Ranch, Feb. 22, 1900. He was baptized at the St. Stephens Catholic Church and confirmed in 1915 at the Deweese Catholic Church. At his death he was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Nelson. He attended Star Country School northwest of Nelson. May 14, 1923, he was united in mar- riage t O Alice Barta. This union was blessed with three daughters. They lived west of Deweese in Clay County for several years, but most of their married life was on the farm northwest of Nelson. When theyretired in 1964, they moved to Nelson. He was a member of Catholic Workmen, a trustee in the church, a former board member of Star "School, and advocate in Knights of Columbus. He is preceded in death by his parents, wife, and seven brothers and sisters. He is survived by his three daughters; Frances Makovicka, York, Mrs. Albert Hamersky (Eleanor), Lincoln, Mary Ann Biltotk Nelson, one brother, Jlmms 00,00L0000,21gnmaera0000n and 36 great-grandcl,,Udren. Klawitmr-price lmeral H was in charge of arrangements.