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/ -.~----.~~----------.~~----6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ~Thursday' December 25, 2003 _ J,| !'rh ~ 5upI~ " Exp removal, etc. with the board. Because this property is believed to -- Safety Committee Members, Brent be worth less than two hundred fifty ('~l'llll~'hNllgp ]~el~ [~]'~, , e lot r~, P lC Notices ~ Meyer, Chr., Leo Zadina, Vicki En- dollars ($250.90), it may be kept, sold, ~ ......~,.,.,-,~. ..... . ] ll,Jt I 148 East Third Street P.O. Box 408 Superior, Nebraska 68978 sign and Diane Wehrman, met with the or destroyed without further notice if Nuckolls County 8y Ca ~-~'~i | 402-879-3291 800-359-2120 Fax 402-879-3463 board for review of Committee find- you fail to reclaim it within the time ~. | E-Mail: tse@superiorne.com Credit Cards Accepted First Published Dec. 25, 2003 in Billy Maxey, Mayor ings. Items noted included the follow- indicated in this notice Traffic and Misdem~D0r J :~ I] ~ The Superior Express Jan Diehl, City Clerk 51-lc ing: Courthouse loose, damaged ceil- Dated: Dec. 15, 2003 S--~. an-Li.-mcoln, poss~ ,tG~ ~ NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION ~ ----- ing tiles could prove dangerous; Step Don Fintel of Rada[r Detector, $30. - ,~ ,._ , '~ OF _ .-. First Published Dec 25 2003inupstovaultentriesisatrippinghazard; 402-879-3185 EricL. Wilford. Lincoln, spee~[~Q~n., ~ PROPERTIES, L L t~ " ' Needtocontinuallycheckforicy/snow ' - ~ttm . . " '. " .. The Supenor Express RR 2, Box 111, $25 .... "~ l.aur~ :~ A Nebraska Limited Llabdlty NOTICE sidewalks and steps; Necessity of ad- Superior, Neb. 68978 51-2c "-Geoffrey L. Meyer, Grand 1~.. ~ ~e n~ loacl, n01~ ~a I Bertle and Me, Kids on a Ranch . Company . Notice is hereby given that the Ar- equate basement vault air circulation ~ l byBillieLeeSnyderThornberg ................................................ $16.95 PROPERTIESNtice is hereby given tlaat GALIN .L L C a Nebraska ucles of" " " "Orgamzatmn of Central Real for proper paper storage for longevity Flrs~E~f~ DilEp~soO0: m $$~iia i iCentral flll~ ~ I Though not new we have replinished our stock of this prized winning ..... ' .... Estate Agency, L.L.C. have been purposes; Courthouse grounds light c D. Sm th Limited ~mbihty Company has been .....4~a o:. ~...A o., ~ ~,r.~,...... ~.... repair; Sheriff's office front ent dis City' [ book about two sisters growing up on a Sandhills Ranch. The stories are ' , am~,,,,.,, .... c,a,u ~,,,, ,,,,.,sv, .,,~ . ry - organ,zed underthe laws of the State beenadmittedasanewmer,,bernfthe patchersafety;Sheriff'sbuildingneed Notice is hereby given that ""~n:~.~---h I well developed and sure to spark memories of those raised on this area's otNebrasKa wttla~tsreg~steredom e p ....... o...,~... ~ r~.. ~'"s" ;'h gutters repaired; Outpost road shops I farms. The author offers wit, humor and historical information at the same ' . '-'-,,-v,,-~. ,-'~'-,~;,~, ~- ,-"- - ....... - at 291Ma, n, Rusk, n Nebraska 68974 ....... need to change to all metal trash recep-Teean in,In cat ~o~ t ' _ .... drawn as a member or me t..ompany, e~U c sk 2 lnSoCpUonfi Y ho~s- it Po tnh, e3 g~.e' 18 mnthl I time. Tax$1.10, Shipping $2.50 Thegeneralnatureot,tstmsmess,s The Com"an"s "rinci"al "lace of tacleswith covers; Shops end signage poration under the laws of the State of 'u'~'".~a~""r,c ~col.n~ h, - ,. V Y V P V to engage m and do any lawful act business in Nebraska is changed to by fuel storage sites, torches need flash- Nebraska. The Corporation is a public ~o~i~nt-2, ~1~..,~.1 ...... 1107 N. Ka,sa~, oup.c,o,, r~co. uo~,,o. ~!ffs~s~!iiisI ~t ~l~i$pe~ ~i~a~ ~up i, crl~i!: ~ ~d~a~ I Bottle and Me and Miles Too - Growing up on a concernmg any and all lawful bust-. ..... o.....:... ~.,..t. ,:on.o back protectors, gas lines need plugs, ness, other man banking or insurance .... : ..... ~, ...,=..... ~, .....: ..... a not just valve shut offs, etc. I Sandhills Ranch by Billie Lee Snyder Thornberg ......... $16.95 ...... , The ,~,,~tc,,~u u.,cc ,u,u ~;,~t~,~,., for which a hm~ted habd~ty company agent of the Company is changed to Motion by Co/man, seconded by I The author won first place in the 2002 Nebraska Press Women's may beorganizedunderthelawsofthe Richard Paul Nelson 1107 N. Kansas Sullivan to draft a letter opposing the I contest for nomfiction books with her fascinating Bertie and Me narrative State of Nebraska. . Superior Nebraska t58978. The name Homeland Equipment Grant funding incoi~rator is John C Miles, 1900 ~, Jo%nt2--l~ll~bi: I ofatrue 1900s pioneer family. This book continues the story about growing Theaffairsofmecompanyaretobe. ........ . and ,,~,u--~.'r'~ .~'~'~" n'~'-'~--- :~"h--'"ed~ ~ [ ~.,. ,~..,,-,~.,~,. ,,,,/; be used totally to fund a statewide U.S. Bank Building, 233" South 13th po---~on,[$.250:" "L . ! ~,,'uerfi' I up on the Ten-Bar Ranch. Twelve miles west of Tryon. Many area conoucteo by tts memt~ers untn sucn to Richard PaulNelson 1107 N. Kan- communicationssystemforNebraska, Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508.~tCurt n,a| ~'~" | residents who were raised on a Nuckolls County Farm will identify with the ttme as a successor or successors are .. c........ ~.,..~..oot.: ~on.7o recognizing the requested need for a selectee pursuant to tide uperatmg c,,..,,..~ 0. , .... new system for the state, however the Snyder family. Tax $1.10, Shipping $2.50 ..... sas, o,~v~ ..... , ........ a ,.,o .... ,..,.,.,,, ,.eat t~state ,'~gency Agreement. The private property of [ It" county feels the distribution ofthe $15 | If Morning Never Comes by Bill VandenBush .......... $14,95 the lembers shall not be sttbject to the Le;~in-~',~r" Smith Johnson million will have a greater impact be- payment of limited liability company '" ~" ' ' | While a story of one man and his experience serving his country in . ~, Baack Placzek Steele and Allening distributed to local entities that I Vietnam, this book has a universal meaning, This is his heart-rending tale debts to any extent what.,aever. At=. --"-" o ' operate with minimal funds and re- | of tremendous courage and soaring spiritual enlightenment. This limited liability company came ........ :'~" 52-3c sources with major responsibilities. ber, 2003, and has perpetual existence. ~ aye. Motion carried. " Tax $0.97, Shipping $2.50 into existence on the 17dayofDecem- Corman, aye; Sullivan, ave; Brown, Dated this 22 day of December, . Precedings of the . The following salary claims were | Gandys on the MoPac by Wes Sumpter ................... $15.50 2003. t~ueKons t..ounty ~oara otapproved: | a~,~n~ "Yes Sumpter has put the spike in a sto~ that has never been Linda Kleen, Member Commissioners General Employee | well told. And Wes has done better than well. This terrific story Wayne L. Garrison - #11443 Dec. 15, 2003 salaries ......................... 17,769.50 Garrison & Garrison The Nuckolls County Board ofRoad Department employee I~hasexpseda treasureredpiecefAmerican hislry that must P O Box 385 Commissioners met on Dec. 15, 2003 salaries ......................... 33,369.23 | ~be better known and celebrated. "Gandys on the MoPac" is a Nelson Nebraska 68961 in the Board Meeting Room at the Emergency Mgr. employee I must read for everyone who loves life as its author does." (402) 225-2341 52-3c Courthouse, Nelson, Neb., as per re- salary .............................. 1,912.09 I ~ - Low Hunter, Writer/Professor/UCLA- " cess of Dec. 8, 2003. Brown, Sullivan Noxious Weed employee i ml=mKa= Tax $1.01. Shipping $2.50 ................ and Corman present for the meeting, salary .............................. 1,960.00 t'lrst PUOllsneo/JCC Z..3 /UU3 In .... ~ ' Theagendaofsaidmeetingwasposted There being no further business, ~ne bupenor ~.xpress | Fodder by Jennie Small Owen ............................................... $6.00 ......... in the County Clerk s office and remit- the board recessed until Dec. 22, 2003. tNoIIce Ol urgantzauon | A reprint of the popular sketches, wntten by a hopeful dewell County ..._ ted to board members in advance of the Arnold Brown, Chairman . ................. meeting. Chairman Brown approvedBy: Selma Ferguson, County Clerk | farm girl who had to wait until she was 31 years old to attend high school ur | and college. While attending the state normal school at Emporia she began ~AUW]t It" .KUYlt.;IK IIIE, S, L.I.,.tU. the agenda and the Dec. 8 2003 min- A Nebraska Limited Liability utes as received ' First Published Dec. 11, 2003 in | work for the famed William Allen White, publisher of the Emporia Gazette. . . . Company . Brown reported on his attendance, The Superior Express / Miss Owen specialized in human interest stories. She aimed to be neither r~ot~ce ts hereby given tlaat NADM . . / humorous nor dramatic. Instead, she believed every person has a story r'~urt~xHt~ ................. t..L ~, A ~eorasKa Dec. 11,2003, at a.D~stnct Economic. NOTICE ......... " " Development meetmg at Hastmgs. The In the County Court of Nuckoils and she said her job was to record that story. Tax $0.52, $2.50tam~tea t.momty Company has been .... , . ' organ,zauon, revolving several coun- County, Nebraska. ,.,~ ~ "'~~li~'l" ? ,- organ~zeo under the laws of the State :'~ : :n*~'" .... ti ....... A .....,;.... ........... t,~ .... t ...... .......... s ........... Estate ofMargeneE. Shuck, De- t~n~rl~n was preceded in death by her ~t~lilCa~oefr~.~n~iRepr:s:n~l~l Prairie Jewels ................................................. $20.00 o~l~enrasKa, wtthitsreg~stered office was made b" Corman seconded b" | Compiled byJed Shute and Errna Dillon, Prainedewetsoffersahistory at291 Main, Ruskin, Nebraska68974 ..: ..... ".{...7.:... ~,..'... u, ...... ".~ ceased, parents and a step-mother, Florence ne~er J.Meye~ll/~ ~lagt the ..... general nature of,ts business ~s' S,, .... ~, ,,vt,~,,., ~,.~,~,__ .. .... ~u, ,,~ Estate No. PR 03-51 Nmhols. She ,s survwed by her hus- ~~'4.'~'.'~l~J 1, a | of the schools, churches, post offices and cemeteries of Oewell County. - the Nuckolls County Representative to Notice is hereby given that on Dec, " to t:aro~ a ~uener unbar,,'-- M to engage in and do any lawful act band, Chester; one s ster, Ruth e~ 3t~ t/,4 ~-'~(10~ ~atel~ . the Board for the D~smct Economic 5, 2003, in the Count)Court of Nuck- . l/z 13-~-~ tmso r~nown ~" ~y / Tax$1.30, Shipping $4.00 i terest ,n rart~r ,,~,-,- " ,, Shanahan, San Jose, Cahf.; and one /z ~own..71~lt~ ~ at concerning any,and all lawful bus~- Development organization, withoils County, Nebraska, the Registrar ment Lots z 3, q. and O) ant,,'- ~t step-brother, LorenBloomgren, Sahna. _~3.4 and b) anu,'- .] ~e~ e [ Oth ' lltf fnlnlolw l 'ti li lud ; ness, otllertbant~anKingorinsurance, ............. AmoldBrown~ervin~aganAlternate= ....... issued a written statement oflnformal Services were Wednesday after- NWqW 1/4~.8~114 15 1 8 .... ACherY/j/~ ~Ire~e for which a h,mted habd~ty company Member Corman, aye Sullivan, aye" Probate of the Will of said Decedent noon at the Bachelor-Faulkner-Darl- ~~e~ii~_,~l ~aro~ J ~ueuer and t.,. ,~ .~ t%ah / Evalana, The Trouble,hooter Was a Lady ......................... $9.95 may be organizedunderthe lawsofthe Brown, aye. Motion c~ed. ' and that Randall Alexander, whose Surber Memorial Chapel, Bellewlle. t~lestCa~e~oe[l~naelra.w~ l~n~J~'Repree"s::'i~ ~4 State of Nebraska. seu, o-rersona. epreSrer, Hesse l Follow the life of Evelene Brodstone Vostey from her childhood in neaua rsottnecompanyaretobe ......... Br Motmnw t" " 'bv ---v"Crman'"2 seconded......,. .... Address if355 N. Commercial, Supe- FatherRalphAschenbrennerofficiatee. to Rona m, yNea | Superior to her work as a corporate troubleshooter and eventual marriage ..... o n ,., a.o,u u. fief, Neb. 68978, was informally up- conducted by Members untd such -- Interment was in the Chester Cem- ame as a successor or successors are ...... :.a r:,....~....a" ...... ,..:a ~.. | to Lord William Vestey. Tax $0.78, Shipping $2.50 " Secured Pledges as requested by the pointed by the Registrar as Personal interest in raft 1/4 ~0tOthe ..... Cu,,,,,,~.c,,~, ~,a.,~ a,,u vt~.t~u ~,~ Representative of the estate,etery. _ 1/2 15-1-8 (also known a{~'f21~ i~Vel- selectee pursuant to the o eratm, [The Man Who Am the 747..(Hard Cover) ......$19.95 "- " _. . P g the County Clerk, with said exchanges Creditors of this estate must file Madeleine Platt gakP l A. greement, lil~e,pnvate properly el both being Freddie Mac Term Notes their claims with this Court on or be- Madeleine Bernice Platt 73 the1//4 15~,,......15 1 8 ~.~,,Therytj~J ,i Phi l A love story set in Superior, Nebraska by Ben Sherwood the members snail not be subject to the and each in the amount oflO0 000 00 fore Feb. 11, 2004, or be forever daughter of Rufus Truman and Emma ~3,.~ne~n'~J kt~.e / Tax: $1.30, Shipping $3.00 payment of hmtted liability company exchanging Cusip #3128X1~"24, ma" barred. |The Man Who Ate the 747..(Paperback) ......... $6.50 oebts to any extent whatsoever, turit- date of 08 19 2008 4 '~rcent May (Cook)Driggs, wasborn Dec. 8, ~:~/~ ~,~ ...... y - - , e,- me estate ort~merJ M Y eenn, / ~, Tax: $0.42, Shipping $1.20 Th~s hmtted habthtycompany came rate, to Cusip #3128XOBQI, maturity Clerk of the County Court 1930, at Superior. She died Dec. 16 at ~~d~| ee; s into existence on the l 7 day ofDecem- dat~ofln.~6 2008 4 14 ,~rcent rate Nuckolls County Court the Superior Good Samaritan Center. t~~~.,t Re; , ~ ~t~ [The Tlnted Phofdgraph .................................... $6,95 ~r','2OO3, and has perpetual existence .... ~":'' ..... v;- -.-. ,. rr ..... .P,,Q.l~ox 37&c,,:,,, Shesraduated from Superior High , ,~.~!~,]'theChi ..... " v.orman, aye; /~rown aye; ~umvan, Nelso,,Neb.~8961 School in 1952, On June 4 1952 she ,~wl~dl/lI ~St.p | A novel byH. M. Crilly, former publisher of The Superior Express _.. t)atecl tlus 22 day of December, aye. MotiO~carried. - Ran0allAlexander(BarlD#15337) married Elvin Plait at the First Baptist ment Lots 2,3, 4andr)an'- 1%itn Downing, Alexander & Wood Church Superior. This union was NW 1/4 15-1-8. _ .., _.~lJ,~! ~Prov I Portray's life in Superior after World War I Tax: $0.45, Shipping $2.00 2uu3. Agenda item Tax List Correction ' o-, wayne" t." taarnsonLmda Kleen,#11443member #2 was voided, due ,t documentation 355 N. Commercial, P. O. Box 185 blessed'with six children. Madeleine Carol J. Mueller and Ch .e~.~eft: ' | ~ht" 1100 Years of Superior Living ........................... $5.00 .. . ~ "~ .-. . " " presentedthatGeber sfarmequipment Superior, Neb. 68978 ...... being stored m Kansas. | A history of Superior's first century prepared for the 1975 Centennial tJarnson & taarnson is ' " workedforHesteds, wasaScout leader sell, Co Per~ Represc~a~,~, 1-" U UOX 3~3 / Tax: $0.33, Shipping $2.50 ;'' - Motion by Brown, seconded by(402) 879-4751 50-3c andSunday_ schoolteacherandworked t~~~, fia ~4~)~son .~eb. 68961 Sullivan to approve the County Clerk s ~ ingaS a departmentnUrse s aid andof thein thesuperiorhOUsekeeo-Goo, d tOl/6 "~artSharn B. DickinsOnSE 1/4 l~"t~;~'~ ~g ih"-"~ir~ /Bloody Saga of White Rock ............................ $6.95 (2) 225-2341 52-3c Report on Fees Charged for Novem- The Superior Express Samaritan Center W 1/2 15-1-8 (also knoWn ~t~ .~l-~ | The novel based story of Tom Lovewell and the early settlers of the ~ her, 2003 Brown, aye; Sullivan, aye; Notice of Right to Reclaim She was a member of the Eagles ments Lots 2, 3, 4 and 6) a,w .j ~lleli~ lWhite Rock Valley Tax: $0.45, Shipping $2.00 Notice of Public Hearing Corman aye Motioncarried Abandoned Property Auxiliary VFWAuxili;u'yandtheFirst 1/2 NWl/4 15-1-8. _. _.,,iJ.l~ ~ln /Burlington Route: The Wymore Story .......... $29.95 couNn t lCoe;Sthh: byg v ;i raiitoth qC Y coMtnitg abpySU l: nchSecna dedgbnY- To: Tam| Workman address un- BaotistChurch known. Preceding her m death were her ~nal Represl~ rtleyh - sell Co-Personal Re resen~ rh "' / The Wymore Story, by noted railroad historian Richard C. Kistlor, is a will hold a public hearing on the. pro- ing an Application for Floodplain De- When you vacated the premises at: parents, her husband, Elvin Platt, the Estate of ElmerJ. M- eye.r;~l/~, l(er |class/c account of Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad operations in posed vacation of Marvin Street Kignt- velopment Permit on Road Det~art- 553 East 2nd, Superior, Neb., the tel- daughter, Shirley Ann Platt; two sis- to Cheryl ~ undiV~ ~a~'.#.I ~Lin~ /the southeastern Nebraska region Tax: $1.95, Shipping $2.00 of-Way from East 2rid Street to East mentCuivertProject#BRO-7065i15), lowing personal property remained: ters, Viola Nelson and Katherine t~~ 1~'(~ 3rd Street and from East 3rd Street to Oak South, located between Sections Furniture and toys. /. What Price White Rock. .............. , ....... , ........... $5.00 East 4th Street, all in the East Superior 17 and 20 T3N R5W Sullivan ave" Hendrix; and one brother Lawrence 1/2 15-1-8 a( lso known ~f"~'| .,~t~ti,~ / First published more than 60 years ago by the retired editor of the Burr Subdivision, Superior, Neb.,CaseNo. Corman, aye;B~own, aye. Motion car" Ifyouownanyofthisproperty, you Driggs. ' ~,-~4and6)-~PiJ~"~ may claim this property at: RR 2, Box Survivors include her children; a l/2~t~i!~.~~ l~Lt.t leak newspaper Tax: $0.33, Shipping $2.00 VROW03-01. ried. o 11 I, Superior, Neb. 68978. daughter, Emma Irene McKinney and ~~,,~ h~.ge~ Said hearing will be held Monday, Motion by Brown seconded by Unless you pay the reasonlable costs a son, Glenn, both of Superior, sons, sellCo-Personal Represent~[~.~ ~1., |The Man Who Owned Charley .... ' .............. ...... $5.00 Jan. 12,2004, at8:00p.m, intheCon- Corman, to ai~prove the Road Depart- of storage for all theabove-described DavidLynn Louisville, Ky" Marvin e~J.1Vleyer, ,a~~ ,~iklC~ 1 A novel written by Duane Smith, a 1945 graduate of Superior High ferenceRoomoftheCityUtilityBuild- ment as the designated office for the property and take possession of the Ray, Hastings, a daughter, L'inda Kay N~~videa~~i -%Ii~~. [ S . , , j~ rm! . property which you claim not later Cox alsoofHasting;asister, Gilberetta e~l-~ ~0..~~ chool Tax: $0.33, Shipping $2.00 ing, 135 West 4th Street Superior issuance of 'House Movin Pe 'ts' Neb..At such t~me and place, all pc, r- Brown, aye; Corman, aye; Sullivan, than Jan. 2, 2004 this property may be Fern Creel, Rogers, Ark.; a brother, I~~jl/F! h"~..ie~ I Bluff to Bluff II .................. ' ............................. $31.00 sonsmterested m the above Case wdl aye Motion carried disposed of pursuant to the Disposi- RaymondDriggs, Bentonville, Ark.; a Lots 2, 3L 4 and 6) and Part ~" " ~ .~,~ily | More stories told by survivors of the 1935 Republican RiverFtood beheard. - l)on Robb, Higl~way Superinten- tionofPersonalPropertyLandiordand sister, Mrs. Bob McKinney, (Estella), l/4~~~tor0f~ ~.e[, J, Tax: $2.02, Shipping $5.00 City of Superior dent,reviewedongoingprojects, snow Tenant Act~ . . .,.,_._ _ Haskell, Texas; and eight grandchil- ~att~ ~, ~ily I White Rock Historical Sketches ..................... $3.00 aren tatc of Douglas Wilton t,,~] ~!d~ | An account of stories told by the early settlers of the White Rock Va,leyI ~ i I theServices,,,egrue-PriceWere heldFuneralSaturdaYHomefrOm p~/,ll.~T0#lV~i~~ ~eii[~M.l~ ~ recorded by Ellen Morton Warren and first published by The Superior Express Aug. 31, 1933 Tax: $0.20, Shipping $1.50 Chapel in Superior, with Pastor Leshe andl2, Block 38, Original ~ ~ ~ie] :rir" ~ J ~rd' ..... ,, ,ntormo.t wa., rgreen |Burr Oak, Our Roots Run Deep .................... $20.00 Warner officiating,per|or, tnOSiet etery. Read between thol)n~"~l . RicI [Notable Nebraskans ........ : ................................ $9.00 I IIP L J I For Nebraska History buffs Tax: $0.59, Shipping $3.00 | Hardship Trail ................................................. $34.50 NK orr ] II | Stories gathered by the author of Bluff to Bluff ~ ii save uP to 50 !' Tax: l'~"24'r Shippfrlg $3"O0 "111 I1"o Bucktail and Back '".,.. ........... ,,' ............... $19.95 .,,,~oo,n,,,,o,,,,, on,y~oo,, or- Ca,a,og,, .... ~ ..... t ca,a|og ,[~IH..,. - I | A Million Miles of Memories by Tom Allen, Omaha Word-Herald, Byway ,, s,o,~ c,,,,,o, ~e o,n~,,e~ ~,.,~ ,,~, ot,~, ,, ...... ,, ".availab.le.fr..,,-hS~ I I!1 Co,umnist. Tax: $1.30, Shipping $3.00 o,~,~o~t,,o,g~, ...... ,,o ~o, - ~ed;ate purCll~ I JJJ l JCPenney Catalog L We will be glad to mail copies to your friends. 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