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Hindman Celebrates Birthday With Family

Lorene Hindman celebrated her 90th birthday recently with her grandson, Toby and Michelle Fiser, great-granddaughter, Kristin and her daughter, Brynn Stribling, all of Flagstaff, Ariz. and great-grandson, Scott Fiser of Mesa, Ariz.

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Next Potluck To Be Held Feb. 16

The tenants of Parkview held their monthly potluck dinner on Jan. 19 tenants and guests attending the potluck. All tenants are encouraged to attend the Potluck each month. Helpers for the Potluck for January were Dodie Bales, Leona Siebe and Marilyn Seggerman. Morning Coffee Helpers for January were Elaine Cortney and Marilyn Seggerman. February Potluck will be held Wednesday, Feb. 16 at noon.

Parkview Tenants met for their monthly meeting on Jan. 25. President Dodie Bales called the meeting to order. She welcomed new tenants and encouraged current tenants and Floor Captains to make them feel welcome. Helpers for February will be Jerry Gaston making the coffee and clean up will be volunteers. Helpers for Potluck will be volunteers. There is no meat specified so everyone is encouraged to bring casserole dishes, vegetables, desserts, etc.

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Seyfert Inducted Into Nebraska Pigeon Assoc

Memorial Services were held Jan. 20 celebrating the life of Lottie (Babe) Mach at Tibbits in Belleville. Babe was a long time member of Narka

Family and friends gathered at the Narka Presbyterian Church following memorial service celebrating the life of Lorene Lahodny on Friday. Lorene was a long time member of the Narka community.

Pastor Phil Goombi sang a special song for the congregation during the Feb. 6 morning services at the Narka Presbyterian Church.

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'23 Apts Novotny Presents Program At Potluck

The 23 Apartment Tenants held their tenants meeting on Jan. 18 with 12 tenants and staff member, Chris Novotny attending. Guests attending were Lorraine Borch, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shinn. Novotny gave the program on history.

Coffee makers were Jean, Maxine, Mardee and Margaret. Coffee is Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.

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Niederklein To Attend Convention As Zone Delegate

Zion Lutheran Women's Missionary League of Tobias met Jan. 27, with 10 members present. The Rev. Ryan Meyer led a discussion on the topic, "Simply Jesus" taken from the "Lutheran Woman's Quarterly."

The business meeting was conducted by President Pauline Niederklein. Mrs. Dorothy Bartels was welcomed and joined our local LWML.

Orphan Grain Train had a special project to raise funds for malaria knit covers. The Christmas Stocking Fund money and the balance from Farmer's Market was designated for this purpose.

A benefit was held for the 4-year-old boy from DeWitt who was the victim of bacterial Meningitis. (Some funds will be available from Thrivent). Voted to contribute to this benefit.

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Lady Jeffs Blast Schuyler

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

Momentum was on the side of the Lady Jeffs from the start.

Eleven players scored points, including a game-high 22 points by senior Mandy Osborne, as Fairbury cruised to a 79-30 home win Saturday night versus (2-14) Schuyler.

After winning the tip, Fairbury shot out to a quick 10-0 lead sparked by eight points scored by Osborne.

Following a trey from Schuyler's Megan Glodowski which put the Lady Warriors on the board, Fairbury closed out the final 5:21 on a 17-2 run to expand its lead to 27-5.

The Lady Jeffs continued to scorch Schuyler's defense lighting up the scoreboard with eight cagers combining for 21 second quarter points paced by Kalee Cromer with seven points lifting Fairbury to a 48-19 lead at half.

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Tri County Trojans Win SNC Wrestling Tournament

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

With their district wrestling meet this weekend, the Tri County Trojans picked up some momentum by capturing the team title at last Friday's Southern Nebraska Conference Wrestling Tournament held at Wilber-Clatonia High School.

Tri County won the conference championship amassing 126 points, while Wilber-Clatonia was second with 122 points, and David City finished third scoring 112 points.

Seven wrestlers brought home medals including one first, four seconds, and two thirds.

Junior Taylor Summers was the individual conference champion at 112 pounds.

Summers won both of his matches by pins over Dewey Payne of Centennial and Cross County's Garret Jacobs.

Wed
09
Feb
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Lady Jeffs Blast Schuyler

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

Momentum was on the side of the Lady Jeffs from the start.

Eleven players scored points, including a game-high 22 points by senior Mandy Osborne, as Fairbury cruised to a 79-30 home win Saturday night versus (2-14) Schuyler.

After winning the tip, Fairbury shot out to a quick 10-0 lead sparked by eight points scored by Osborne.

Following a trey from Schuyler's Megan Glodowski which put the Lady Warriors on the board, Fairbury closed out the final 5:21 on a 17-2 run to expand its lead to 27-5.

The Lady Jeffs continued to scorch Schuyler's defense lighting up the scoreboard with eight cagers combining for 21 second quarter points paced by Kalee Cromer with seven points lifting Fairbury to a 48-19 lead at half.

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09
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Fast Start, Defensive Pressure Carries Trojans Past Cross County

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

Tri County ventured north to Stromsburg Feb. 4, to face Cross County in quarterfinal play in the Southern Nebraska Conference Boys Basketball Tournament.

The Trojans toppled Cross County, 66-53 to advance to semi-final play Feb. 5 at Milford High School.

A 22-point first quarter put Tri County in the driver's seat for the entire game.

Samuel Hahn and Garrett Kowalski scored in double figures for the (11-7) Trojans with 27 and 20 points, respectively, Talon Matzner, seven points, and Kyle Riesen, Ryan Erskine, and Bennet Weise chalked up four points each.

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Lady Trojans Open Conference Play With Overtime Win

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

After having its Southern Nebraska Conference Basketball Tournament postponed for three days due to last week's winter storm Tri County's Lady Trojans took to the court last Thursday evening outlasting Cross County, 50-46 in overtime in first-round tournament play held on the Lady Trojans' home floor.

With the game tied at 42-all after regulation, Tri County outscored Cross County, 8-4 in overtime to move its record to 8-9 on the season.

The Lady Trojans trailed, 10-9 after one quarter, and bounced back in the second quarter to grab a 20-16 lead at half.

Strong offensive rebounding kept the Lady Cougars in the game, outscoring Tri County, 26-22 in the second half.

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