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J ! irst Published in the Superior (First Published in the Superior [Express December 14, 1972) Express December 21, 1972) ]NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS |Estate No 4364 of Harry Estate No. 4369 of Ada Ger- [tnsen, deceased; In the trude Hudson, deceased; In the tounty Court of Nuckolls County Court of Nuckolls nty, Nebraska. County, Nebraska. Jhe State of Nebraska; ss.: The State of Nebraska ; ss: All i?,creditors of said estate take creditors of said estate take i.tice that the time limited for notice that the time limited for ;iing claims against said estate filing claims against said estate i lVIarch 24, 1973, and for is March 31, 1973, and for yment of debts is April 1, payment of debts is April 1, and that a hearing will be 1974, and that a hearing will be i on April 4, 1973, at 2 o'clock had on April 11, 1973, at 2 o'clock :i}rn., in this Court, when I will p.m., in this Court, when I will ]gamins and allow, disallow or 8r )n iljust all claims and objections examine and allow, disallow or adjust all claims and objections er i}]bly filed and enter an order duly filed and enter an order Ig :;1'ring all claims not filed. m [Dated December 11, 1972. iial) Lee Wall, County Judge. ,e tfllivan & Sullivan 1"- [ Attorney 5o-3c Pirst Published in the Superior a I | Express December 28, 1972) ', | NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT =i [Estate No 4333 of Will Kott- i eyer, deceased; In the County  [;ourt of Nuckolls County, braska. The State of Nebraska, as.: persons interested in said take notice of the filing by the administrator, of report and account of his and a petition for final settlement, :" and discharge, and r, heirs of n which have been Y for hearinR in this Court on barring all claims not filed. Dated Dec. 19, 1972. (Seal) Lee Wall, County Judge Eugene M. Alexander, Attorney 51-3c COURTHOUSE NEWS (First Published in the Superior Express Dec. 28, 1972) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a one and six-year plan for Oak, Nebraska as required by Section 39-2119 et-seq. R. R. S. (Supp. 1969) has been recommended for approval by the Village Council of Oak, Nebraska . That a public hearing will be held on said one and six year plan on the 8th day of January 1973 beginning at 8:30 p.m. at the ,r 15, 1973, at 10 o'clock a.m., Fire Hall, Oak, Nebraska at 4 you may appear and which time objections to or e the same. recommendations for said plan Dated Dec. 21, 1972. will be heard. Y Lee Wall, County Judge. Levonn Peterson e E. Garrison, Village Clerk 0 Attorney 52.8c 52-2c y ;. Express December 23, 1972) NOTICE TO t CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be the office of George City Clerk of the (Frist Published in the Superior Express December 28, 1972) NOTICE OF REVISION Notice is hereby given that The Centennial Evangelical Lutheran Church U.A.C. of i : Whitney, jr., Superior, Nebraska, has D fry of Superior, Nebraska for revised its articles of in- r construction of a new Public corporation under the Nebraska , rvices building for the City of Nonprofit Corporation Act with r perior, Nebraska until 2 its registered office at 855 [clock p.m. Central Standard Dakota Street, Superior, tme on the 25th day of January Nebraska. The purpose of the p73 at which time, orassoonas corporation is to foster, ." imssible thereafter the sealed promote and disseminate the  roposals will be opened and Chrisdanrellgion in conformity [ad aloud in the presence of all with the confessional standards ': I'qer bidders, of the Lutheran Church, C i  Contractors may bid general Missouri Synod. The car- / [struction, mechanical work poration shall continue per- ," ! electrical Work separately " petually and the affairs of the  all together, corporation shall be conducted L Each Contractor bidding upon ,i fe work described in this 'ce, at the same time as the ng of the bid shall file wi je City Clerk of the City of (. . perior, Nebraska, a , tement that he is complying th and will continue to comply th fair labor standards as ned in Section 73-104 R.S. lebraska 1943, in the pursuit of s business and in the ecution of the contract of by a board of not less than three members. The" Centennial Evangelical Lutheran Church U.A.C. of Superior, Nebraska by Walter J. Christaincy, president. 52-3c Obituary--Lyons Mabel S. Lyons was born March 13, 1887. in Ness City, Kan., and died in Denver Monday, Dec. 18. She was married to Arthur G. ]{ch he is bidding, and there Lyons in Kansas City, Kan., on be written into the Con- Jan. 20, 1915. ,t Zact for the construction of the She was a long time resident Fork referred to herein a of the Burr Oak, Kan., cam- i ovision that in the execution munity. . such contract fair labor Her husband died in 1941, and i ndards as so defined shall be she then moved to Denver. aintained. She was a member of the LDated this 26th day of Central Cnistian Church and pecember 1972. the Senior Citizens i The City of Superior, Organization. ,  Nebraska by Survivors include two sons, ! | George L. Whitney, jr., Kenneth of Sacramento, Calif., ' | City Clerk 52-4c and Derald of Denver. Colo.; three sisters, Miss Rosella Kern and Miss Pearl Kern, both of Denver, and Mrs. Lillie Slater of Dalhart, Texas; three brothers, J. W. Kern of Fort Collins, Colo., Ervin S. Kern of Winter Haven, Fla., and Chester Kern of Carlisle, Pa.; eight grandchildren; and five great grandchildren. Funeral services were held from the Megrue-Price Funeral Home in Superior on Friday morning, with Rev. Dwight Kahre officiating. Burial was in the Burr Oak Cemetery. ficiating. Burial was in the Burr Oak Cemetery. Obituary--Cramer Edith Cramer was a life-time resident of the Hardy area and would have lived there 86 years had she lived to Jan. 5. She was the daughter of Woodward and Lora Bigiow Gillilan, born on Jan. 5, 1887, two miles south of Hardy in Jewell County, Kansas. She died Tuesday, Dec. 19, at the Nuckolls County Hospital. She was a graduate from the Hardy High School in May, 1904, and on Jan. 23, 1906, she was united in marriage to Earl Cramer in the Hardy par- sonage. Six children were born to this union. Her husband was in the hardware business in Hardy. Those who preceedad her in death were her husband, Earl, in 1962, and an infant daughter, Thelma, her parents, and two half-brothers, Will and Edward, and a half-sister, Maude. Survivors are her children, Clyde of Hardy, Wilma VanOrnam of Upland, Calif., Glenn of Nicoma Park, Okla., Earl of Stockton, Kan., and Robert of Oklahoma City, Okla.; 16 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren; and four cousins, Anna Walter of Waterloo, Iowa, Pearl Davidson of Lincoln, Edna Jones of Stockton, Kan., and Ruby VanOrnam of Hardy. She was a member of the Hardy Union Church and a Rebekah Lodge member for over 5O years and a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. The funeral service was held on Thursday, Dec. 21, at 10:00 a.m. at the Union Church in Hardy. The Rev. Peter Trucano, pastor of the church, officiated. Interment was in the Rosemound Cemetery south of Hardy. Montgomery-Williams Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Obituary-Bryan Floyd Bryan of Campbell, formerly of Aurora and Supe/ior, died of a heart attack Dec. 15 at the Webster County Hospital in Red Cloud, at the age of 68 years. Funeral services were held at the United Methodist Church of Superior Dec. 18 with the Rev. Max McCamley and the Rev. Warren Kunkel officiating. Interment was at the Evergreen Cemetery at Superior, with Masonic rites. Floyd Leroy Bryan was born in Sherman County, Nebraska, on May 23, 1904, the son of Frank and Elizabeth Carmody Bryan. He grew up on a farm in Custer County. He was graduated from Aurora High School in 1922. On March 7, 1927 be was married to Esther May Oliver at Smith Center, Kan. To this union five children were born: Donna, Jack, Barbara, Rosalie and Linda. Mr. Bryan worked for the Farmers Union Cooperative Creamery in Aurora and Personal Property Exemption LB 1241 Effective January 1, 1973 A partial exemption shall be allowed for the purpose of providing Personal Property tax relief for owners of certain classes of income providing, personal property used by or held for sale by, owners engaged in agr!culture or other types of business. The requirement for the reporting and valuation of these classes of Personal Property remain unchanged, as this partial exemption shall be allowed against the actual value of these classes of Personal Property. Classes of Property subject to Partial Exemption. (A) Agriculture income-providing Machinery and Equipment. (B) Business Inventory (C) Livestock (D) Feed, Fertilizer and Farm Inventory (E) Grain and Seed (F) Poultry, Fish, Honey Bees and Furbearing animals Burden of proof when claiming any exemption shall be on the tax payer. All records and tax returns used by County Assessor in certifying amount of actual Value of each class of Personal Property subiect to partial exemption to State Treasurer with a copy to the Dept. of Revenue shall be subject to inspection by the Tax Commissioner. Lawrence Jensby County Assessor L Superior for 40 years, serving the last 21 as plant superin- tendent in Superior. He retired in 1967, and he and Mrs. Bryan moved to Campbell in May of 1972. Mr. Bryan served on the city council in Aurora for 12 years. He was mayor of Superior for four years. He was the Master of AF and AM, Superior Masonic Lodge, No. 121. He was worthy patron of the Eastern Star, Olive Chapter, No. 63. He was associate guardian of Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 66. Other community activities icluded being a member of the Nuckolls County Hospital board for six years. He was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter, Bar- bara Allen, a sister, Irene, a half-brother, Karl, and a grandson, Michael Allen. He is survived by his wife, Esther, of Campbell; three daughters, Mrs. Donna Miller of Lyman, Mrs. Rosalie Pearson of Campbell and Mrs. Linda Thurber of Stanton; one son, Jack Bryan, Pueblo, Colo.; four half-sisters, Mrs. May Johnson of National City, Calif., Mrs. Pauline Amos of Ansley, Mrs. Maxine Harding of BellevUe, and Mrs. Velma Cerny, of Tappan, N.Y.; one half-brother, Roy Woodworth, who lives in California; and six grand- children. Funeral Tuesday For Mrs. France Funeral services for Mrs. Clarence France were held at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home Tuesday forenoon. Mrs. France died Saturday, Dec. 23, at the Nuckolls County Hospital at the age of 79 years. Harriette Bray France, daughter of George and Thurse Bray, was bern April 28, 1893, at Syracuse, Neb. Feb. 21, 1915, she was united in marriage to Clarence France. To this union two children were born. They are Mrs. Lester Ricenhaw (Bonnie) of North Platte, Neb., and Clarence France, jr., of Kansas City, Me. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Mrs. Carlyle Thompson (Venus). Survivors are ber husband, Clarence France; one daughter, Bonnie Ricenbaw; one son, Clarence France, jr.; four sisters, Mrs. Arthur Dinges (Stella) of Alva, Neb., Mrs. Ted Nyden (Mayme) of Syracuse, Neb., Mrs. Walter Thompson (Birdine) of Mens, Ark., and Mrs. Bob Troop (Helen) of Syracuse, Neb.; seven grand- children; seven great grand- children; and numerous other relatives and friends. The Rev. R. W. Caskey of. ficiated at the services and burial was in the Park hill Cemetery at Syracuse. Ed Greer Dies Christmas Day Ed Greer, 68, a resident of the Good Samaritan Center, Superior, died at the Center Christmas Day. He had been at the Beatrice State Home, before moving to Superior. Funeral services are pending at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Josephine Hicks, of Joplin, Me. Service Today For Mrs. Chamberlain Funeral services for Mrs. Mildred Chamberlain, 84, of Nelson will be 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the First Christian Church, Nelson. Mrs. Chamberlain died Tuesday at the Good Samaritan Home in Nelson. Survivors include three children, Duane of Lincoln, Mrs. Hod Blackstone (Kathleen) of Saratoga, Calif., and Mrs. Bryce Whiteley (Margaret) df Hastings. Rev. Victor Schwarz will officiate. Arrangements are by the Klawitter Funeral Home of Nelson. City Police Court News Frank Holloway, Beloit, Kansas. Minor in possession. $75. and costs. Real Estate Transfers Clarence W. and Josephine E. Johnston to Irma Gurney; NEV4, 28-1. Clarence W. and Josephine E. Johnston to William Bruce and Lavon Johnston; Undivided interest in E, 30-1-8. Clarence W. and Josephine E. Johnston to Richard W. and Freda Johnston; Undivided Interest in E, 30-1-8. Jennie N. Sowles to Robert G. Cochran; Part Lot 12, Block 20, North Superior. In The County Court Probate Department Ada Gertrude Hudson, deceased; certificate of probate of will, decree of probate, bond of executor, letters of testamentary, order on filing claim and paying debts and hearing set for April 11 at 2 p.m. Estate of George B. Heft, deceased; affidavit of mailing of copy of printed notice. Estate of Winifred M. Dairymple, deceased; objection to claim. Estate of William L. Saul, deceased; receipt. Estate of Lola Alley, in- competent; report of guardian and request for discharge, discharge of guardian. Estate of LeRoy Troudt, deceased; order allowing claims. Estate of Alvin W. Renz, deceased; affidavit of publication. Estate of Lena Irene Van Valin, deceased; order barring all claims not filed. Estate of Anna C. Hoist, in- competent; guardian's report. Estate of Will Kottmeyer, deceased; petition of ad- ministration for final set- tlement of account, report and fmal account and order for hearing on Jan. 15, at 10 a.m. Estate of Otto C. Runge, deceased; affidavit of publication. Estate of John Kitten, deceased; application and order. Marriage Department Deral Floyd Maya, 33, and Neiva Lynn Moore, 33, married Dec. 21 by Lee Wall, county judge, with Leren Clark and Connie Clark as witnesses. Traffle Violatio State vs. Dua,e M. Nelson; no inspection sticker, $10.00 and costs. State vs. Gerald A Taylor; speeding, $25.00 and costs. State vs. Calvin D. Thelan- der; speeding, $25.00 and costs. Alcoholics Anonymous Sunday is Dec. 31 The Nuckolls County Ministerial Association has designated Dec. 31 as Alcoholics Anonymous Sunday. In order to call attention to the work of the Alcoholics Anonymous organization many of the churches in Nuckolls County will be providing literature concerning the work of AA on Dec. 31. Anyone desiring more information about the organization and its work is invited to contact any of the pastors of Nuckolls County. The local AA chapter meets every Thursday evening at the Security National Bank. Com- munity Room at 8:00 p.m. Tax Assessors Make Changes Several changes governing the assessment of personal property have been made in both Jewell and Nuckoils Counties this year. For the first time in Jewell County, township assessors will not be calling on the property owners. This year it is the taxpayers responsibility to contact his trustee to be assessed. Several changes have also been made in the assessment requirements in Nuckolls County. Public notices on page 7 of this section of The Superior Express give additional in- formation on the requirements for both counties. Examiners Will Attend Seminar There will be no driver licensing examinations given anywhere in Nebraska during the first week of January. The state department of motor vehicles driver control division is holding a statewide seminar in Norfolk, Jan. 2-5. The seminar is to assist the examiners in upgrading their expertise with sessions on the review of motor vehicle laws, driver examining procedure, health standards and requirements, and proper relations in dealing with citizens who are applying for their license. Driver licensing examinations are given each Tuesday at the Nuckolls County court house. Parking Tickets Issued Tuesday You are asking for a parking ticket if you park your car in violation to the snow removal ordinance in Superior. The Superior police depart- ment Tuesday evening began ticketing all cars parked con- trary to the ordinance. The first tickets given were just war- nings but if the carscontinue to be parked in violation summons will be issued. Fifteen tickets were written Tuesday and only three blocks were checked. The ordinance provides that Thursday, December 28, 1972 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS A It has been estimated that only tw0 rcent of those who wish you a "Happy and Prosperous New Year," really mean it. The way to tell is to look the person in the eye. There is something about a phony Happy New Year wish, that shines through, and in most cases you can read the message loud and clear: "I don't " care a hoot whether you have a happy and prosperous New Year " or not." Never-the-less it's a nice gesture and I wouldn't " discourage the old custom for a moment. And the two percent " more than compensates for all the others. So I wish for one and " all happiness and prosperity and the best of good health eoughout 1973, also through 1974 and may years to follow. And I really mean it folks. In an effort to sound ott public thinking on the parking meter " issue, I have been doing some inquiring around, and just as I ." thought, the vote pro and con, were it to be taken today would be " almost evenly divided. My sampling however has been very " skimpy, and should not be accepted as conclusive by any means. " My wlil lisk;loMwrnGallup,s poll, is only an indication of the way - i g at this time, and could change substantially in either direction before the council's final determination. Those whose opinions I knew beforehand, I found, have not : changed their minds. They stand now exactly as they did "- several weeks ago before the meters were covered. So I " avoided as far as possible people with pre-couceived notions. : One opinion that I found to be unanimous among city and farm " people alike, was that they have so many more ira. " portant things to worry about these days, that they couldn't care " less whether Superior has parking meters or not. That's about - the way I feel. I am not sure that I would like to live on Titan, but it might be . a nice place to visit for a while, especially if you could take along plenty of warm, heavy underwear, fur coat, hat with ear flaps " and fur-lined boots. It can get pretty cold there at nights, and it " might be rough until you could get dug in and a fire started. But Titan, which is one of the nine moons that revolve around the planet Saturn, has an advantage over all other moons of our Solar System-it has an atmosphere--and none of the other moons are so endowed. With the exception of planet Mars, Titan ..-L. is probably the only heavenly body within our reach, where .... living conditions might be at all attractive.  Since Titan is about a billion miles from the sun, it could get very cold there and taking along enough supplies for the two- .. year round trip might pose a problem. But Titan which is about . twice the size of our moon, is still small enough for an easy blast- .. off, in case you might wish to come home. Now that the trips to our own moon are a thing of the past, the space experts might well be planning another $2 billion dollar expenditure on an expedition to Titan, just to see how things are up there. And they might even be able to bring back a few rocks. A bright kid that I know, asked if I knew how to spell robin. I '_'..- was sure that he was trying to cast a slur on my last week's -- column and so ignored the question. Besides the proof reader is responsible for little details like that. SUPERIOR MARKETS It's rare for an individual to Wednesday, Dec. 27, 1972 detect signs of his own ex- Wheat $2.44 travagance. Corn 1.40 Mile .. 2.75 The badger is such a An anonymous letter, by the tenacious scrapper that the way, is just a sign of anonymous coyote will seldom take him on 7"" intelligence, in a fight. .... - NEW YEAR'S Special... 12-oz. Spencer Steak Dinner S2.00s Saturday, Dec. 30th Hereford Inn cars may only be parked on the north and west side of the  streets outside of the central IPUBLI( AUCTIONI business district. Assessing Information Assessing DaMs January 1st to March 1st at Court House except Holidays and Weekends. Items to be Assessed Musical Equipment used for profit or gain, Furniture in rentals, Hobby collections, Two way radios, Hand and Power tools and other miscellaneous items. Boats, Motors, Airplanes (Motor vehicles, trailers, campers, top. pers, stock cars, motorcycles, motorized golf carts, scooters and snowmobiles not to be licensed.) Livestock, grain, farm machinery, portable buildings, inventories, business furniture and fixtures and equipment. Things to remember Please have your Social Security number as they will be required on schedules. Business schedules must have employers identification number. Saturday, Jan. 6 Beginning st 12:30 p.m. Due to health, we have sold our farm and will sell the following described at public auction located 4 miles west and 5 miles north of Deshler, Nebraska, or I mile east and 6 miles south of Davenport, Neb., or 1 miles north of KIowa church. MACHINERY M. Farmall tractor; I.H.C. 2-row go dig; I.H.C. 3-]6 plow; Oliver 2-16 plow; I.H.C. 6" mower, oil bath; M.H.7" mower; I.H.C. mounted cultivators, No. 38 and No. 50; I.H.C. Springtooth, 3-sectlon; M.M. Side deliver rake; J.D. 15' disc; A.C. combine; J.D. 8-16 grain drill; Kelly Ryan 40' elevator; 2 M cornplcker, good; 2-row Oliver cornplcker; 3-section harrow; I.H.C. threshing machine; Hydraulic cradle hoist; Tumbling bug; Model T 4-wheel trailer; flare box trailer, d- wheel; J.D. Manure spreader; J.D. &inch hammer mill; Old iron; other items. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Dempster Irrigation booster pump with A-C motor; 13-30"- 6" gated pipe; 5-30'.7" non-gated pipe. MISCELLANEOUS 150-gal. gas barrel and stand; 500-gal. propane tank; machine lack; ladders; circle saw, mounts, extra blades; Propane chick brooder; alfalfa seed; sand buckets; barrels and 5-gal. cans; chicken feeders; etc.; 2 cream separators; some tools, etc. OLD ITEMS AND ANTIQUES Old flour bin; wood and coal range; wood and coal heating stove; 2 kerosene heaters; 5-hole topsy stove; 2 old trusty incubators; sanitary couch; griddle, cider Press; brass bed; Zenith battery radio, console; meat grinder; hall tree; sausage stuffer; bob sleds; hand corn sheller; churn; rocking chair with wood base; 20-gal. iron kettle; copper boiler; wash board; fanning mill; wall telephone, box type, ]90]; coffee grinder; baby bed; flat iron and holder; child's flat iron; leather cutter; high chair; 5-gal cream can; bot- tles; kerosene and gas lamps and lanterns; 2 shoe lasts; desk bookcase; church bench; small parlor table; square table; captain chair; 12 dining room chairs; old harness; collars; horse drawn machinery; set of encyclopedias, ]915; old doctor books, ]899, 1909, ]9] 1 ; World progress book, ]902; volume of History books, ]914; Thayer County atlas, 1916; many other old books. Terms--Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Property yours when bid off. Not responsible for accidents. Mr. and.Mr.s. Walter He,nr,chs Herbert Brettman, Auctioneer Jennings State Bank, Clerk Farmers have your share of grain and that of your landlords share figured, also have your landlords legal description and school district. New improvements must be reported or they may be added later with a 50 percent penalty. Thirty day extension of time for filing may be had if requested in writing before March 1st. Late schedules subject to penalties. Please be Prompt. Lawrence Jensby County Assessor