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Joe Hergott Sr.

The family of Joe Hergott Sr. would like to honor him with a card shower for his 80th birthday, which is Thursday, March 31.

Cards may be sent to 324 N 13th St., Hebron, NE 68370.

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STROUF

Matt and Jill Schwisow Strouf of DeWitt are parents of a baby girl, Axley Dean Strouf born March 14, 2011, weighing 8 pounds and 6 ounces. Grandparents are Bruce and Shirleen Schwisow, Bruce Benash, all of Beatrice, Randy and Dawn Strouf of DeWitt. Great-grandparents are Bertha Strouf of Swanton, Melvin and Emma Evers of Beatrice and Jeanette Schwisow of Hickman.

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KIMMERLING

Kyle and Melissa Kimmerling of LaVista, Neb., are parents of a baby boy, Kaden James Kimmerling, born Feb. 18, 2011, weighing 9 pounds and 10 ounces. Grandparents are Jim Tobin Jr. of Tekamah and Kandy Kimmerling of Beatrice. Great-grandparents are Erma Johnson of DeWitt, Max and Viola Kimmerling of Beatrice, Lola Rahlfs of Blair, Jim Tobin Sr. and Marie Tobin, both of Tekamah. Great-great-grandparent, Berdean Litel of Tekamah.

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Magdanz - Henry To Wed Oct. 15

Chet Henry and Anna Magdanz, both of Longmont, Colo. will recite their wedding vows on Oct. 15 in Lincoln, Neb.

Parents of the couple are Allen and ReNee Henry of Daykin and Wayne and Pam Magdanz of Lincoln.

Grandparents of the couple are Gertrude Dux of Hebron, Wesley and Viola Henry of Daykin, Virginia Nelson of Wayne.

Henry is a 2004 graduate of Meridian High School and a 2009 graduate of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, with a degree in Computer Engineering. He is employed at Vision Link in Boulder, Colo.

Magdanz is a 2005 graduate of Lincoln High and a 2009 graduate of Southeast Community College, Lincoln with a certification as a surgical tech. She is employed in Louisville, Colo. for a Periodontist.

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Marlins To Perform At Next Fairbury Concert Association

The Marlins, four brothers who have been playing together for over 25 years, will be performing in Fairbury on the Fairbury Concert Association series, on Saturday, April 9, 7:30 p.m. at the Burkley Fine Arts Center at the Fairbury Jr.-Sr. High School.

You've never heard a group of entertainers quite like the Marlins! These four brothers, Gary, Jace, Rick and Robert, have been performing for conventions, fairs, festivals and corporate events throughout the U.S. and Canada. They have shared the stage with such well known performers as Lee Greenwood, Randy Travis, and The Smothers Brothers, and now are back on the mid-west concert association circuit for Allied Concert Services.

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"Double Take At Beatrice's Boarding House," Performed At Alexandria Melodrama

"Double Take At Beatrice's Boarding House," by Debbie McBeth Christiansen will be performed on Saturday, April 9, 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 10, 3 p.m. with a meal served from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Alexandria Community Center in Alexandria.

Beatrice (Vicky Taylor), owner of the Boarding House is in financial trouble and Luther Swett, the cad, (Matt Lindersmith) not only wants the boarding house, but has eyes from beautiful Beatrice.

Several boarders would lose their home if the boarding house closed.

Can a change to a "Broadway and Brunch" solve the problems?" See the play on Saturday evening April 9 and Sunday afternoon, April 10 for an entertaining finale.

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Peterson Medals As Fairbury Finishes Seventh At Beatrice

By Jim Phelps

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Sports Editor

A challenging Beatrice golf course, and a stellar field of competition resulted in Fairbury tying for seventh in the B Division at last Thursday's Beatrice Invitational.

Junior Jason Peterson was the lone medalist for the Jeffs, shooting an 18-hole score of 84 to place fourth individually.

In the final team standings, Fairbury tied for seventh out of 12 teams with Elkhorn South, both carding team scores of 404.

Norris outdistanced the field shooting a 329 to win the team title by 21 strokes over runner-up Beatrice at 350.

Additional scores for the Jeffs included Dylan Hinrichs, 98, Patrick Backer, 108, Cody Welsch, 114, and Aaron HIlligas shot a 120.

"The results were kind of disappointing for the team," Jeffs coach Jed Martin remarked.

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Peterson Medals As Fairbury Finishes Seventh At Beatrice

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

A challenging Beatrice golf course, and a stellar field of competition resulted in Fairbury tying for seventh in the B Division at last Thursday's Beatrice Invitational.

Junior Jason Peterson was the lone medalist for the Jeffs, shooting an 18-hole score of 84 to place fourth individually.

In the final team standings, Fairbury tied for seventh out of 12 teams with Elkhorn South, both carding team scores of 404.

Norris outdistanced the field shooting a 329 to win the team title by 21 strokes over runner-up Beatrice at 350.

Additional scores for the Jeffs included Dylan Hinrichs, 98, Patrick Backer, 108, Cody Welsch, 114, and Aaron HIlligas shot a 120.

"The results were kind of disappointing for the team," Jeffs coach Jed Martin remarked.

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Fairbury Seniors Earn Medals In First Two Shoots

Fairbury's senior and junior high trap teams had success in its opening two shoots held at Nebraska City and Crete.

At the Otoe County Shoot on Mar. 12, senior high shooter Chad Medina placed second in the High Overall Individual with a score of 87x100, plus he hit 33x40 targets in a shoot-off.

Caleb Goedeken earned the second place medal in the 22-23 yard handicap event with a total of 42x50, along with hitting 28x30 targets in the shoot-off.

Individual scores for the Fairbury seniors were Goedeken, 85x100, Chad Medina, 89x100, Jared Fritch, 80x100, Brandon Katz, 77x100, Kouper Griffin, 80x100, Cody Krula, 69x100, Becky Gasper, 62x100, Morgan Fangmeier, 67x100, Chelsea Sasse, 51x100, Tanner Mumm, 38x100, and Kylee Barber, 28x100.

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Trojans Capture Team Title At Sutton, Lady Trojans Finish Third

By Jim Phelps

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Sports Editor

Backed by nine first place relays, the Tri County Trojans track and field team last Thursday won the five-team Sutton Relays.

The Trojans placed in 14 of the 16 events enroute to scoring 98 points.

Hastings St. Cecilia was second with 88 points.

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