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Court Report Hebron/Thayer County Compiled Oct. 25

Hebron/Thayer County

Compiled Oct. 25

Marriage license:

Derek Allen Mumm, 26, of Chester, and Eva Marie Thieme, 20, of Chester; married Oct. 11 in Chester.

Mervin Dale White, 53, of Belvidere, and Denise Kay Clay, 48, of Belvidere; married Oct. 12 in Fairbury.

Real Estate:

Oct. 18: Janet R. Malpert and Darrell D. Malpert to Darrell D. Malpert and Janet R. Malpert; Trustees of the Malpert Family Trust: An undivided interest in the SE of 25-2-4.

Oct. 21: Dale M. Bowman to Raymond L. Bowman: Part of the SE of the SE , 26-1-2.

Oct. 21: Dale M. Bowman and Joannie Vostrez (also known as Jo Anne Vostrez) and Delores Kathy Stigge to Raymond L. Bowman: Part of Lot 8 in Block 8, Eads Addition; Hebron.

Oct. 21: Arnold Max Ehlers Jr. And Loxie Lee Ehlers to Stonebrook Enterprises LLC: Part of Lot 1, 4, 5 in Block 15, original town of Hebron.

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Majestic Theater is Digital and Thriving

M A J E S T I Cin name and stature in the community, The Majestic Theater in downtown Hebron is experiencing a spectacular resurgence; having both upgraded, modernized digital equipment and digital movies; as well as offering patrons lush, comfortable seating.

Thanks to an outpouring of support and a handful of large donations, as well as financial gifts from businesses and individuals throughout Thayer County, The Majestic was able to change ownership and quickly make the necessary renovations and upgrades, to keep the theater available and thriving.

Once we heard late last fall, that the previous owner Carla Gebers had planned to sell the theater within a months time in December 2012, we formed the Arts Council of Thayer County (known as ACT,) and we began serious fundraising so that by May 2013. We raised enough private funds to purchase the $60,000 digital projector and screen, said Deb Cossaart, President of ACT.

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Meridian Homecoming Royalty 2013

Photo caption: Queen- Becca Taylor of Alexandria King- Riley Noel of Tobias

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FAIRBURY JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL TERM 1 HIGH HONOR ROLL 4.0 Honor Roll is 3.33 or higher

SENIORS Kylee Barber Michaela Barber Rachel Bender Kaitlin Bush Abigail Busing Mikala Chrastil Anya Colburn Erik Hart Paige Husa Jordan Johnson Haley Knobel Kristen Krause Sierra Kroeker Anna Mach Alex Medina Taylor Miller Gavin Ragland Kara Riggle Chelsea Sasse Jessa Schultis Jennifer Slater Bryce Taylor Anna Vetter

JUNIORS

Tiffani Bonsal Spencer Feldkamp Christopher Fisher

Nicole Graham Dalton Hinrichs Nathan Klaumann Layne Livingston Madison Neuerburg Marshall Nichelson Alexander Plummer Madison Schlake Megan Siebe Brett Wanamaker JNan Wittler

Sophomores Seth Hart Tyler Heidemann Halle Knigge Chelsea Konetzki Mark Kroeker Paul Lawrence Lindsay Lee Trevin Likens Kelsey Snyder Nathaniel Stapaules Ryan Umland

Freshman

Blake Bauer Brent Hirsch Paul Mach Tanner Novotny Patrick Ondrak Justin Peterson Garret Ragland Shaye Stall Natalie Stapaules Hannah Yantz

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HONOR ROLL-Jefferson

Jefferson Intermediate School 5th Grade

First Quarter Honor Roll (2013-2014)

*Denotes 4.0 Honor Roll Students

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FCCLA Donates To Bonham Theatre Project

Photo caption: Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky, The Fairbury Journal-News, you can purchase this photo at: www.fairburyjournalnews.comPresenting a check for $1,000 from the proceeds of the FCCLA sponsored Color Splash Run to The Bonham Theatre Project are from left to right are Christine Welsch, Haley Knobel and Diane Schutt from the Board of Bonham Theatre Project who is receiving the money and Michaela Barber.

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Preschool Learning Center

Photo caption: Contributed PhotoFairbury Fire station - Seth Whitney holding the hose and Judd Stewart.

The Preschool Learning Center had two field trips recently. Both classes went to the Fairbury Fire station and toured the shop and saw all the trucks and got to take turns turning the fire hose on. Then they went to Lincoln to the Children's Museum.

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Exeter-Milligan Handles Meridian for Third Time

Exeter-Milligan has had Meridians number this season.

Last week, Exeter-Milligan defeated Meridian in the Crossroads Conference Volleyball Tournament played at the York City Auditorium.

The Lady Timberwolves won in four sets, 23-25, 25-21, 25-20 and 25-12.

This marks the third time this season that Exeter-Milligan has beaten Meridian in volleyball action.

Earlier this season, the Lady Mustangs were defeated by Exeter-Milligan in the McCool Junction triangular and in play at the Friend Invitational.

Meridian chalked up 32 kills as a team but struggled with its hitting overall committing 22 hitting errors.

Blair Hofstetter topped the hitters for the Lady Mustangs with 18 kills.

Allison Klipp recorded six kills and Ann Endorf put down four kills.

Klipp had a team-leading four aces on 23-23 serving in the four-set match.

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Lady Griffin Spikers Get Back in Win Column

After being swept in their final home match Oct. 17 against Class D-1 state-rated Friend, the Diller-Odell Lady Griffins volleyball team bounced back with a hard-fought three-set match win Oct. 22 against Southern.

The Lady Griffins picked up their 14th victory of the season on the Lady Raiders home court by scores of 25-21, 26-24, 25-22.

Sparked by four servers, Kaitlyn Schultis, Josie Vitosh, Delanie Vitosh and Katie Zarybnicky each with 100 percent serving on the night, Diller-Odell as a team served 89 percent from behind the service line.

In the three-set match, the Lady Griffins came up with six ace serves led by Schultis and Madison Jurgens with two apiece.

Diller-Odell put up 100 attacks against the Lady Raiders but connected for just 25 kills as its team kill percentage was 25 for the match.

Seven attackers registered kills for the Lady Griffins paced by Erin Saathoff with a team-high 10 kills on 25-27 hitting.

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Thayer Central Titans

Thayer Central Titans

The Thayer Central Titans were shutout 40-0 by Hastings St. Cecilia in their final game of the regular season.

Despite what was shown on the scoreboard, Thayer Central head coach Josh Lanik said the 40-0 score was not an indication to how the Titans played.

We gave them a short field a couple of times and gave up two big plays for touchdowns in the second half, Lanik said. I though offensively we moved the ball well, we just couldnt get into the end zone for points.

Two second-quarter touchdowns came from St. Cecilia runs of 63 and 66 yards

Trev Mumm caught six passes in the contest and totaled 70 yards receiving. Caleb Goedeken rushed for 64 yards on 30 carries.

The Titans will again face St. Cecilia in their first-round playoff game.

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