Delbert J. Schumacher
1925 — 2013
Delbert J. Schumacher, 88, of Wabasha, Minn., died Tuesday, June 25, 2013, at St. Elizabeth’s Health Care Center in Wabasha.
He was born March 2, 1925, at home in Petersburg, NE, the son of George and Lucy (Leibel) Schumacher. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. He married Charlotte Bennett June 4, 1946, at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Elgin, NE. Delbert was a dairy farmer. The family moved to Dumfries, rural Wabasha, in 1957 where he continued his farming practice. He and Charlotte moved into Wabasha in 1998 when he retired.
Delbert was a member of St. Felix Catholic Church and a member of St. Joseph’s Society of Catholic United Financial. He was also a 60-year member of the American Legion, his last several years as a member of the Wabasha American Legion Post #50. He enjoyed fishing and hunting and especially spending time with his family.
He is survived by his wife, Charlotte Schumacher; Wabasha; children and their spouses, Sharon and Denis LaComb, Apple Valley, Roger and Kathy Schumacher, Eden Prairie, Marla and John Simmet, Woodbury, and Wayne and Barb Schumacher, New Richmond, Wis.; 13 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by six brothers and sisters.
A funeral Mass was held Saturday, June 29, at St. Felix Catholic Church in Wabasha, with the Rev. Joseph LaPlante and Deacon John Hust officiating. Interment followed in St. Felix Cemetery.
Casket bearers were his grandsons, Rob and Steve Poppovich, Justin Schumacher, Adam, Paul and Noah Simmet, Brian LaComb and Andy and Matt Schumacher.
On Friday, July 12, the Ninth Annual Antelope County Healthcare Foundation Golf Tournament was held at the Antelope Country Club near Neligh.
A total of 100 golfers from area communities and businesses participated.
Team winners of the tournament were – Championship Flight - First Place: Nathan Stec Team, Second Place: Meuret Grain Team and Third Place: Bruce Hild Team. First Flight - First Place: Dr. Doug Welch Team, Second Place: Dr. Tom Beutler Team and Third Place: Merit Mechanical Team. Second Flight - First Place: Wanek Pharmacy Team, Second Place: Elgin Pharmacy Team and Third Place: Blackstrap Team. The afternoon concluded with a meal of grilled Windsor loin and side dishes. Proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards the purchase of new equipment for the new Cardiac Rehab Center at Antelope Memorial Hospital and other special needs for wellness in Antelope County.
The Antelope County Healthcare Foundation’s annual golf tournament was held on Friday, July 12th at the Antelope Country Club near Neligh. Pictured above: The 1st Place Winner of the Championship Flight was the Nathan Stec Team. A total of 100 golfers from area communities and businesses participated. Photo submitted
ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
July 15, 2013
Notice of meeting published as required by statute.
A complete record of these minutes as well as all resolutions and agreements are on file at the County Clerk’s office and are open to the public.
Those responding to roll call: Brandt, Kerkman, Baker and Schwager. Williby appeared later. Henery and Bolling absent. Antelope County Assessor Heather McWhorter and Deputy County Assessor Kelly Mueller were also present.
LTP Farms, LLC protest for parcel 000573300 was reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation of no change due to land valued according to market; total land value 330,955.
Ronald and JoAnn Beckman protest for parcel 000533300 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation to lower the equipment building and mini warehouse storage sheds due to misclassification, quality and depreciation; total building value 248,715.00 .
Eugene Kohls protest for parcel 000712200 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation of no change due to land valued according to market; total land value 118,595.
Eugene Kohls protest for parcel 000707900 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation to remove farm site and lower land value accordingly; total land value 443,205.
Dick Haskin protest for parcel 000613600 reviewed; board lowered recreation acres and accepted the county assessor’s recommendation of commercial and farm acres; total land value 197,230.
Dick Haskin protest for parcel 000613200 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation of no change due to land valued according to market; total land value 134,005.
Dick Haskin protest for parcel 000613100 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation of no change due to land valued according to market; total land value 27,750.
Marian Shabram protest for parcel 000456800 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation of land use change land value decreased due to more grass was added; total land value 135,965.
Marian Shabram protest for parcel 000455700 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation of no change due to land valued according to market; total land and building value 283,290.
Karen Peterson protest for parcel 000367700 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation of land use changed to recreation and increase land value accordingly; total land value 113,955.
Martha Beelart protest for parcel 00017510 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation to lower building value due to clerical error; total value 25,330.
Caseys Retail Company protest for parcel 000405000 reviewed; accepted the county assessor’s recommendation to remove the underground fuel tanks from real estate and classify as personal property and lower accordingly; total land and improvement value 868,025.
Antelope County Board of Equalization
LEROY KERKMAN /s/
Chairman County Board of Equalization
Attest: Carolyn Pedersen /s/
Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: July 17, 2013
ELGIN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD
Regular July Meeting
July 11, 2013, 7:30 PM
President Laurie Waterbury called the Regular July Board Meeting to order at 7:32 p.m. Board members present were Laurie Waterbury, Stan Heithoff, Steve Busteed, Steve Heithoff, and Bob Hoefer. Also present were Superintendent Dan Polk, Principal Greg Wemhoff, and Paula Jensen.
President Waterbury led the “Pledge of Allegiance.” Waterbury reminded everyone that a copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Law was posted in the meeting room.
School board meeting notice complied with Meeting Notice Policy #204.07.
Stan Heithoff motioned and Bob Hoefer second to approve the Consent Agenda: #5- Minutes of Regular Meeting, #6- Adopt the Agenda, #7- Financial Report, #8- Board Bills. Motion carried, vote 5-0.
Albract Disposal, Maintenance, $204.95; Beckman Lumber, Maintenance, $66.62; Binswanger Glass, Maintenance, $63.80; Brain Pop, Instru Expense, $1,725.00; Cambium, Instru Expense, $189.63; Central NE Rehab, SpEd Expense, $134.10; CVA, Maintenance, $4,923.25; City of Elgin, Maintenance, $790.75; Classroom Direct, Instru Expense, $1,135.31; Creative Teaching, Instru Expense, $42.87; Danko, Maintenance, $165.00; Dean’s Market, Maintenance, $10.99; Eakes, Instru Expense, $76.99, Maintenance, $160.56; Educational Resources, Instru Expense, $515.20; ESU #1, Title Expense, $90.00; ESU #8, $12,543.34; EPS, Instru Expense, $39.75; Elite Office Products, Business Expense, $112.39; Elgin One Stop, Transportation, $134.18; Elgin Review, Board Expense, $145.37; Elkhorn RPPD, Maintenance, $61.25; Flenniken Plumbg & Htg, Maintenance, $115.00; Hampton Inn (Kearney), Instru Expense, $89.95; Houchen Bindery, Instru Expense, $236.30; Houghton Mifflin, Instru Expense, $280.60; Island Supply & Welding, Instru Expense, $69.00; Jonny Dodge, Transportation, $647.75; JW Pepper, Instru Expense, $133.29; Kooi Communications, Maintenance, $915.86; McGraw Hill, Instru Expense, $589.33; Nasco, Instru Expense, $1,572.47; NASB, Board Expense, $120.00; NCSA, Instru Expense, $180.00; NRCSA, Board Expense, $700.00; Nebraska Safety Center, SpEd Expense, $150.00; OneSource, Instru Expense, $82.00; Overland Rehab, SpEd Expense, $481.20; Precision Repair, Transportation, $52.50; Protex, Maintenance, $265.00; Rasmussen Mechanical, Maintenance, $61,950.00; Reimbursement, $3,590.98; Renaissance Learning, Instru Expense, $1,849.00; Sadlier, Instru Expense, $1,796.65; Scholastic, Instru Expense, $64.75; Schumacher, Maintenance, $75.00; SOCS Business, Expense, $438.06; Student Fees, Instru Expense, $1,106.30; The Station, Transportation, $381.59; Trend Instru, Expense, $32.03; US Games, Instru Expense, $1,508.92; Verizon Business, Business Expense, $82.51; Verizon Wireless, Business Expense, $286.51; Wells Fargo, Instru Expense, $590.04; Willsie Co., Instru Expense, $615.00; Wordware Inc., Business Expense, $515.15
Total Board Bills: $104,894.04
June Payroll: $176,345.47
Total Board Bills/ Payroll: $281,239.51
Steve Heithoff motioned to excuse Ryan Reestman’s absence from the meeting, Stan Heithoff second. All voted yes, motion carried.
President Waterbury recognized visitors and asked if the patrons had any comments.
No board correspondence or committee reports were given.
In the principal’s report, Mr. Wemhoff stated that he had been in the office working on start of school activities, NeSA testing results and getting to know where things are.
Supt. Polk reported on the HVAC system progress and the summer maintenance projects. He has just begun to look at the budget and further information will be available in the months ahead. He also reviewed the board goals and the progress on reviewing board policy.
In action items, Steve Heithoff motioned and Stan Heithoff second to approve Student Fees Policy 504.19 as amended. Vote 5-0, motion approved.
Stan Heithoff motioned and Steve Busteed second to approve Bullying Prevention Policy 504.20. Vote 5-0, motion approved.
Hoefer motioned and Stan Heithoff second to approve Parent Involvement Policy 1005.03. Vote 5-0, motion approved.
Steve Heithoff motioned and Stan Heithoff second to approve the state social studies standards. Vote 5-0, motion approved.
The next regular meeting will be August 8, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in the Distance Learning Room.
Ryan Reestman, Secretary
Paula Jensen, Recorder
–This is a draft copy and does not become official Elgin Public Board minutes until approved at the next regular or advertised meeting.
PUBLISH: July 17, 2013
BY ANTELOPE COUNTY
1- 1995, Ford, F150 Pickup Serial Number 1FTEF14NXSLA13064
1-2008, Ford, Crown Victoria Patrol Car Serial Number 2FAFP71V98X120990
The Antelope County Board of Supervisors has the intent to sale the above mentioned vehicles by private sealed bids. Bids will be accept until 4:30 PM, August 5, 2013; bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope addressed to the Antelope County Board of Supervisors, 501 Main Street, Rm 5, PO Box 26, Neligh, NE 68756-0026 or hand delivered to the Antelope County Clerks office. The envelope must be clearly marked “Bid for Vehicles” on the lower left hand corner of the sealed envelope. Bids will be opened at 9:45 AM on August 6, 2013 in the Supervisor’s room of the courthouse annex. For information regarding the vehicles please contact the Antelope County Clerk’s office. The Antelope County Board of Supervisors reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.
Antelope County Board of Supervisors
JERALD SCHWAGER, Chairman
PUBLISH: July 17 and 24, 2013