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Lois Yantz

The family of Lois Yantz is requesting a card shower to honor her 80th birthday on Nov. 21.

Cards may be sent to Lois Yantz 1312 H St., Fairbury, NE 68352.

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Lumir Vacek

Lumir Vacek

Happy 90th Lumir. The family of Lumir Vacek of Wilber (formerly of Western) would like to honor him with a card shower to celebrate his 90th birthday on Nov. 25.

Family members include his wife of 67 years, Irma; son, Alvin Vacek; and daughter, Jan Smetter and husband, Ron, all of Lincoln. Five grandchildren and spouses; 11 great-grandchildren; and three step-great-grandchildren.

Cards may be sent to P.O. Box 704, Wilber, NE 68465.

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Thayer County Court Reports

Hebron/Thayer County, Nebraska: Compiled Nov. 8.

Real Estate

Nov. 1: Dennis C. Gebers and Carla S. Gebers to The Arts Council of Thayer County: Part of Lot 6, 5 in Block 14, original Town of Hebron.

Nov. 1: Darlene Norder (deceased,)Timothy Norder; affiant and Patricia Carnes; affiant to Timothy Norder and Patricia Carnes: Part of Lot 1 in Block 2, Bowmans First East Addition of Bruning.

Nov. 1: Robert Heider (deceased) and LaDonna Heider to Nancy Jean Turek and Kathryn L. Heider: the S.W. of 4-2-3.

Nov. 1: LaDonna Heider to Robert Duensing and Kristi Duensing: Life interest in the S.W. of 4-2-3.

Nov. 1: Kathryn L. Heider and Angela C. Turek; personal representative of the Estate of Nancy Turek to Robert Duensing and Kristi Duensing: All interest in the S.W. of 4-2-3.

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Hebron...Alive With Opportunity

Theres an exciting new opportunity that connects Nebraska businesses with college students in the state, through paid internships and matching funds from the state of Nebraska. To kick off this groundbreaking program, officials in Thayer County are offering a series of speaker seminars, and the first one is set for Tuesday; November 19th at 6pm at the Hebron Activity Center, 329 Lincoln Avenue in downtown Hebron, andits free.

Through this program called InternNE.com students attending Nebraska colleges and universities can get paid to learn the ropes within any size company participating in the Cornhusker state, and, additionally now the Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) will match up to $5,000 for an internship within this scholarship program.

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Looking Back

Photo caption: Trio singers, Mary Guenther, Mary Jane Leitner, and Belva Cassell, take a bow after a great performance.

120 Years Ago

1893

The Fairbury Gazette

Republicans prevailed in the county election.

Honor pupils in District No. 28 (two miles north of Thompson) were Aprilla, Ben and Daisy Bunn, Nellie Karges, Clarence and Ralph Koch and Allie, Nellie and Sadie Smalldon. J.A. Axtell was teacher.

Fire destroyed four frame buildings in the heart of Wilbers business district.

110 Years Ago

1903

The Jefferson County Journal

F.A. Carmony, retiring Jefferson County superintendent of Schools, was chosen principal at Orleans.

The honor roll in District No. 5 (three miles west and two south of Plymouth) included Elmer, Katie and Lydia Heiliger, Edgar, Elmer and Harvey Nispel. Minnie Steinmetz was teacher.

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Real Estate

Oct. 24: Dorothy M. Dondlinger to Tyler J. Novotny and Billie K. Novotny: L17-18, B20 of Original Town of Daykin.

Oct. 25: Tanner A. Benash to Kelly Brian Pflanz and Lisa Marie Pflanz: W20 of the E115 of L1 of Knispels Additions to Plymouth.

Oct. 25: Janice M. Weeks to Ronald L. Bear, Jr.: N2 of L14, and all of L15, and L16 except the N12, B1 of Schwag Addition to the City of Fairbury.

Oct. 25: Wendell W. Gronemeyer and Lois Gronemeyer to the Village of Plymouth: L1-3, B1 of First Addition to Plymouth.

Nov. 1: Katherine E. Wadsworth and Robert H. Short and Dorleen K. Short to Kris Peterson: L3, 4, 5, 7, 8, B1, with exceptions, of Luces Addition to the City of Fairbury.

Nov. 1: Estate of Joyce M. Schmidt to Kimberly A. Bush, Kendra J. Weers, and Kevin L. Schmidt: An undivided one-third interest each in SW1/4 of 33-2-3.

Nov. 1: Dane R. Beckworth to Mark A. Spencer and Dani K. Spencer: A tract of land in NE1/4 of 21-3-2.

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Marriage License

Russell Lee Aden, 65, of Fairbury, and Camille Angelica De Guzman Salaysay, 25, of Fairbury.

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Court News

Filed

Tiona M. Bstandig, of Fairbury: Assault - third degree in Aug. 24 incident, class 1 misdemeanor.

Andrew P. Cook, of Lincoln: DUI- third office in Sept. 27 incident, class W misdemeanor; no valid registration, class 3 misdemeanor; speeding, infraction.

Timothy J. Holle, of Fairbury: Driving under suspension in Sept. 26 incident, class 3 misdemeanor; no proof of insurance, class 2 misdemeanor; no valid registration, class 3 misdemeanor.

Scott A. Troxel, of Fairbury: Assault of an officer or health care professional - third degree, in Oct. 16 incident, class 3A felony.

Shelley A. Uglow, of Sterling: No proof of insurance in Sept. 12 incident, class 2 misdemeanor; no valid registration, class 3 misdemeanor; speeding, infraction.

Daniel C. Worton, no address listed: Procuring/selling alcohol to a minor in Oct. 12 incident, class 1 misdemeanor; false reporting, class 1 misdemeanor; driving under suspension, class 3 misdemeanor.

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Traffic Report

Paul V. Schramm, of Fairbury: Operation of an unregistered vehicle, $73 fine.

Dave E. Kettelhut, of Fairbury: Overweight axle by 2,200 pounds, 6.5 percent, $123 fine.

Carol A. Krueger, of Omaha: Speeding 74-60, $123 fine.

James D. Paugh, of Hebron: Speeding 75-60, $123 fine.

Jericho A. Fief, of Clay Center, Kan.: Speeding 69-60, $73 fine.

Michael T. Dux, of Fairbury: Overweight axle by 8,000 pounds, 23.5 percent; overweight on steering axle tire rating; no proof of ownership, $698 in fines.

Benjamin K. Roehrs, of Lincoln: Speeding 72-60, $123 fine.

Marvin R. Nelson, of Beatrice: Driving CMV without obtaining a CDL, $148 fine.

Nicholas E. Dean, of Fairbury: Careless driving, $148 fine.

Bradley S. Parr, of Sutton: Overweight axle by 2,600 pounds, 7.6 percent, $123 fine.

Douglas W. May, of Fairbury: No operators license, $123 fine.

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Sheriff's Report

Oct. 31: Paul Herring, of Plymouth, was driving a 2009 Pontiac south on 578 Ave. near 717 Road when Herring swerved to miss a deer and the vehicle went into the ditch. Damages were estimated at $3,000.

Nov. 1: Kolby D. Garrett, of Endicott, was driving a 1999 Chevrolet west on Highway 8 east of 710 Road when the vehicle collided with a deer. Damages were estimated at $1,500.

Nov. 3: William L. Koss, of Hubbell, was driving a 2008 Ford pickup truck between 702 and 703 Road when the vehicle collided with a deer. No damage estimate was available.

Nov. 4: Sandra S. Colgrove, of Odell, was driving a 2008 Mercury west on Highway 8 east of 579 Ave. when the vehicle collided with a deer. Damages were estimated at $5,000.

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