David and Tina Manes of Steinauer would like to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Suzanne Catherine to Anthony Paul Thiner, son of Douglas and Lynelle Thiner of Shibley, Iowa.
The bride-to-be is a student at Union College in Lincoln and will graduate in May of 2012 with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education. She is currently student teaching second grade at Humann Elementary in Lincoln.
Her fiancé is a 2009 graduate of the University of Nebraska Lincoln with a bachelor of science degree in PGA golf management and a bachelor of science degree in business finance. He is currently employed with Skyline Construction, Inc. of Steinauer as director of operations and finance manager.
An outdoor wedding and reception will be held at the Sibley Golf Course in Sibley on June 9, 2012.
Nicholas and Kelli (Haskell) Stuto of Omaha, would like to announce the birth of their second son, Mason Kaleb-Alessandro Stuto, born March 14, 2012 at Bergan Mercy Medical Center in Omaha, weighing 10 pounds, 9.4 ounces and was 21¾ inches long. He was welcomed home by big brother, Zachary, 5½. Grandparents are Mike and Vicki Haskell of Fairbury and Alex and Deb Stuto of Omaha. Great-grandmother is Arlene Young of Phoenix, Ariz.
Jason L. and Kimberly D. (Cary) Gouldie of Filley are parents of a baby boy, Gunnar Dean Gouldie, born March 19, 2012, at Beatrice Community Hospital and Health Center in Beatrice, weighing 7 pounds and 10 ounces. Grandparents are James L. Carey of Beatrice. Great-grandmother is Emma J. Johnson of DeWitt.
Nicole Milius was guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower on March 10, at the home of Brenda Davis of Farnam. Special guests were the bride's mother, Deb Milius, grandmother, Eileen Bergmeier, both of Plymouth, the groom's mother, Sherry Hueftle, and grandmother, Janice Hueftle, both of Eustis.
Milius was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower on March 18th at Aunt Mary's Center in Beatrice, hosted by Nicole's aunts, Gerry Newhouse and Jodi Hicks. Special guests were the bride's mother, Deb Milius, grandmothers, Eileeen Bergmeier and Shirley Imes, all of Plymouth and the groom's mother, Sherry Hueftle of Eustis.
Nicole and Kevan Hueftle will be married on April 14, 2012 near Cozad.
Egg prices at Fairbury had dropped to nine cents a dozen; hogs were $4.50 a hundred pounds at Omaha. Ham and eggs should have helped the family food budget.
Marvin Warren's real estate was sold after mortgage foreclosure, and bids were about half the indeptedness. A 320 acre farm south of Powell brought $1,700 above the $5,700 mortgage, by H.P. Showalter; Willie Brainard bid $1,440 for Block 1 in McDowell's Addition. Twenty-five lots in Warren Place also were included.
Twenty-five men were employed by the Carpenter & Gage nursery in Fairbury. As much as $2,500 in nursery stock was shipped out in one week.
When a Fairbury baker put a delivery wagon on the street with the horses' harness adorned with sleigh bells, a local grocer threatened to equip his wagon with a steam calliope (not really).
At the midpoint of the Live Healthy 100-Day Challenge, Nebraskans had lost 21,669 pounds, an average of 2.7 lbs. per participant. Participants had also recorded 188,820 hours of exercise, or an average of 29 minutes per person per day.
A total of 7,997 Nebraskans are enrolled in the annual challenge which provides motivation and education toward healthier lifestyles. The program is administered by the Nebraska Sports Council and the Live Healthy America Foundation.
A record 152 Nebraska companies have employees enrolled in the Challenge, and officials reported that worksite teams account for just over 80% of all entries.