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Girls And Boys State Representatives - Cont.

Boys and Girls State representatives for 2011 have been selected by area American Legion posts and Auxiliaries. These high school juniors will attend Cornhusker Boys and Girls State Conference at the University of Nebraska campus in Lincoln June 5-11. Participants will attend leadership sessions, as well as other activities.

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31
May
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Girls And Boys State Representatives - Cont.

Boys and Girls State representatives for 2011 have been selected by area American Legion posts and Auxiliaries. These high school juniors will attend Cornhusker Boys and Girls State Conference at the University of Nebraska campus in Lincoln June 5-11. Participants will attend leadership sessions, as well as other activities.

Tue
31
May
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Girls And Boys State Representatives

Boys and Girls State representatives for 2011 have been selected by area American Legion posts and Auxiliaries. These high school juniors will attend Cornhusker Boys and Girls State Conference at the University of Nebraska campus in Lincoln June 5-11. Participants will attend leadership sessions, as well as other activities.

Tue
31
May
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Girls And Boys State Representatives

Boys and Girls State representatives for 2011 have been selected by area American Legion posts and Auxiliaries. These high school juniors will attend Cornhusker Boys and Girls State Conference at the University of Nebraska campus in Lincoln June 5-11. Participants will attend leadership sessions, as well as other activities.

Tue
31
May
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Looking Back

120 YEARS AGO, 1891

The Fairbury Gazette

The Fairbury city treasury was overdrawn by $44,324, more than a year's tax income.

C.F. Steele had plans for a $5,000 residence on Eighth Street.

Fairbury Baptists called the Rev. J.H. Whiting of Blair as pastor.

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110 YEARS AGO, 1901

The Fairbury Journal

The Rev. Balch was pastor of the Fairbury Methodist Church.

Over 13,000 bushels of wheat had been marketed at Plymouth in one week, at 56 cents a bushel.

W.F. Schultz had bought the grocery store of J.M. Jackson & Co.

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31
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Robert And Jane Bakewell

The family of Robert and Jane Bakewell would like to honor them with a card shower for their 60th wedding anniversary, which is Friday, June 3.

Cards may be sent to 57119 707 Road, Endicott, NE 68350.

Tue
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May
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Doris Thornburg

The family of Doris Thornburg would like to honor her with a card shower for her 80th birthday, which is Thursday, June 2.

Cards may be sent to 200 L St., Fairbury, NE 68352.

Tue
31
May
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LYNN

Ryan Lynn and Barbie Hanson of Wahoo would like to announce the birth of their twin boys, Ryan Alan, weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 inches long; Rowan Louis, weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces and was 19¾ inches long. They were born May 18, 2011 at BryanLGH East in Lincoln. They were welcomed home by sisters, Alexis, 6 and Delanee, 4. Grandparents are Keith and Cheryl Lynn of Lincoln, Rick and Laurie Hanson of Fairbury. Great-grandparents are Helen Lynn of Davy, Roger and Barb Fisher of Wahoo, Louis and Idonna Hanson, Don and Yvonne Aken, all of Fairbury.

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31
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Kenneth - Arlene Roesler

The family of Kenneth and Arlene Roesler would like to honor them with a card shower for their 55th wedding anniversary, which is Friday, June 3.

Cards may be sent to Heritage Care Center, 909 17th St., Room 212, Fairbury, NE 68352

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May
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Class Reunion

The Diller class of 1956 met in Diller for their 55th reunion on April 30.

A potluck dinner was served along with good conversation. Looking at pictures and memorabilia and and a short business meeting was held.

It was decided that the class will meet again on April 27, 2013 in Diller.

There were nine classmates and five spouses attending and they were Virgil and Phyllis Wasserman, Delight (Bunting) Dragoo, Richard and Judy Weers, Lanny and Merna Meinke, Jerry and Virginia (Garton) Beckman, Dick and Loretta (Stein) McKibben and Orville and Phyllis Ebke.

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