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Narka News

At the regular Sunday Service postponed from Feb. 1, led by Pastor Phil Goombi, Jim Edwards was ordained and he and Lorene Holloway were installed as active Elders of the Narka Presbyterian Church Sunday Feb. 8 by Melanie Crawford, associate general Presbyter of the Presbytery of Northern Kansas. Melanie also served as Moderator of the Annual Congregational meetings of the Mahaska and Narka Congregations
The Narka Fire Department annual Shindig was a huge success on Saturday Feb 7 at the Narka Denton Hall. The mountain oyster and polish sausage supper was enjoyed by a large crowd followed by a lively auction of donated items from baked items to a restored golf cart painted like a small fire truck, a 50/50 drawing, gun raffle and dance with Repeat Offenders. The fire dept is raising money to build a new fire house and really appreciate all the support. 
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General Squires V.F.W. Auxiliary 3113

The General Squires V.F.W. Auxiliary 3113 came to order January 20 at 7 pm with President Joyce presiding. Guard Susan closed the door and Conductress Marge checked 11 members cards. Chaplain Linda gave opening prayer and patriotic instructions. We all said the Pledge to the Flag. President Joyce opened the meeting. Secretary Zona read the minutes from the previous meeting. They were approved. Treasurer Cynitha gave her report and it will be put on file.
Communications were read by Zona, Dream Team Gazette from Department. Have to have your dues paid by December 31st or you are not in good standing. Mid-weather conference is February 6 and 7 at Lincoln. The Voice of Democracy and Patriot Pens Winners will be present. Legislative Day is February 6th at 9am at the state capital. Please call or email or senators about bills 2410 on Military Compensations and Benefits. 
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V.F.W. Post and Auxiliary

V.F.W. Post and Auxiliary 3113 held The Patriots Pen Contest in December. Commander Stan Shiermeyer, and Chairperson Joyce Medina presented checks and certificates to the winners. 1st place was Taylor Runge, 2nd place was Melia Mitchell, 3rd place was Joshua Robinson. They were all sent to District to be judged and Melia Mitchell won 1st place in District, to go on to state.

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Elks Ladies Card Party

Elks Ladies Card party was  held Tuesday February 3, 2015. High in Bridge Jean Schleif, 2nd Mary Kaye  Mc Donald, 3rd Elva smth. High in Pitch Twyla Bray, 2nd Joleen Grammer, 3rd Marge Grone. 
 
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Plymouth News -- Angie Zulauf

Plymouth Auxiliary Meets
Schopp-Ewing-Nispel Unit 243 met January 27, 2015. The meeting began with the Legion and Auxiliary reciting the Preamble and the Pledge.
President LaVon Wasserman called the meeting to order. Lois Bessler read the opening prayer. A moment of silence was observed for the deceased. Five members answered roll call. The minutes from the November meeting were read and approved. 
Reports from Peggy Junker were brought up to date. February 1st was the Jefferson  County meeting at Daykin and February 15, District meeting at Milligan at 9:30 a.m. A thank you was read from Kim McCain for three books that had been purchased for the Tri County library. The names of the deceased members are to be sent to Marvel Kasl.
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“THE COMFORT OF QUILTS” DISPLAY AT CARNEGIE BUILDING, BEATRICE

“THE COMFORT OF QUILTS” DISPLAY AT CARNEGIE BUILDING, BEATRICE
The public is invited to stop in at the Carnegie Building to view the current display, “The Comfort of Quilts.” From baby quilts to wall hangings to throws and bedspreads, quilts offer comfort to those who craft them and those who use them.
The display, featuring quilts that are hand quilted, machine quilted, and crocheted, is open Monday thru Friday, during February, March, and April, from 8:30 am – 4 pm at 218 N 5th Street, Beatrice.

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Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 8:30am
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Filing for Social Security

Fairbury Public Library will host an informative session by Michelle Holliday of Waddell and Reed on Filing for Social Security: Flexibility and Choices for Your Retirement Income on

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Thursday, February 19, 2015 - 7:00am
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Two In custody As A Result Of 'Shots Fired' Incident Monday

Two Fairbury men remain in custody following an incident Monday night in which they allegedly entered a residence and opened fire with a handgun.
     Ryan Gray, 36, of Fairbury was arrested and charged with alleged Robbery (Class 2 Felony) use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony (Class 1 Felony), unlawful discharge of a weapon (Class 1 Felony), terroristic threats (Class 4 Felony), Burglary (Class 3 Felony), Disturbing the peace (Class 3 Misdemeanor) and criminal mischief (Class 1 Misdemeanor).
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KIANNA

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Hennerberg

The family of Elaine Hennerberg would like to honor her with a card shower for her 80th birthday on February 16. Cards may be sent to 1002 F St., Fairbury, Ne. 68352.

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