CARD SHOWER-- The family of Richard and Elinor Krause would like to honor them with a card shower for their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married April 8, 1962, at the American Lutheran Church in Fairbury. Their children are Kenny Krause and wife, LeAnn, Kent Krause and wife, Rhonda and Amy Devor and husband, Jim. They also have 10 grandchildren. The couple will be taking an Alaskan Cruise with family and friends in July. Cards may be sent to 56205 720th Rd., Fairbury, NE 68352.
Photo caption: In the early 1920s, a steam threshing organization was formed north of Plymouth. The Busy Eight was a group of neighbors helping one another until the threshing was completed. Pictured above is a 25 HP Minneapolis steam engine that was used in threshing. (contributed photo, Plymouth Centennial 1892-1992)
120 Years Ago 1892
The Fairbury Gazette
George E. Jenkins had a big ad in the Gazette announcing the Grand Electrical Illumination at his store.
Charles Smirl of Fairbury had just returned from service in Africa as a missionary.
A.H. Colman had shipped 10 carloads of wheat from Harbine.
A chattel mortgage was foreclosed on the The Fairbury Sun weekly newspaper.
110 Years Ago 1902
The Fairbury Gazette
Mr. and Mrs. James Axtell were chosen to teach their fifth consecutive year in Jansen School.
The State of Missouri recently legalized the burning of the U.S. flag, disguising it as freedom of speech. This is the very definition of hypocrisy coming from a State where burning a cross is a felony.
Burning the U.S. flag is an act of intimidation and hatred every bit as harmful as the myriad of acts condemned as hate crimes. Patriotic Americans need to stand up for themselves and demand the same consideration that we are expected to give the, protected classes.
Write to your State representative or direct to the Governor and collectively say, Not in Nebraska! to burning the U.S. flag.
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March 22: Ruth A. Dalke, personal representative of the estate of Dean Dalke, deceased, to Douglas D. Dalke and Jan L. Anderson, as tenants in common: SW 1/4 of 31-3-4, less a tract of land in Jefferson County.
March 22: Gary Milius, a/k/a Gary D. Milius and Lu Ann Milius to Gary Milius and LuAnn Milius, trustees of the G & L Milius Family Trust dated March 20, 2012 for $1 and OVC: S 1/2 NW 1/4 and the N 1/2 SW 1/4 of 36-4-1, East of the Sixth P.M. in Jefferson County.
March 22: Gary Milius a/k/a Gary D. Milius and Lu Ann Milius to Gary Milius and LuAnn Milius, trustees of the G & L Milius Family Trust dated March 20, 2012 for $1 and OVC: The part of the SW 1/4 NE 1/4 and the N 1/2 SE 1/4 of 16-3-1, lying north of the right of way of the St. Joseph & Grand Island Railroad company; and the N 1/2 SE 1/4 and the SW 1/4 SE 1/4 of 10-3-1, East of the Sixth P.M. in Jefferson County.