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HOME FOR SALE in Elgin. 500 Beech Street. 5 bedroom, 1 bath. Full basement with shower, new roof and heat and gutters. Attached garage. Also a 24×32 insulated shop with electric heat. Asking $70,000 or best offer. Call 402-283-2272. 29-30c
HELP WANTED: Positions available for shop mechanic and pen riders. Health and other benefits available, Niewohner Feedlot, Elgin 402-843-5671. 44tfn
TRUCK DRIVER to haul gluten. Must be dependable. References required. Will train. Call 402-843-5672 ask for Len. 1tfn
CALL US for fresh flowers, plants, balloon bouquets. Will deliver to Elgin. Flower Corner, 402-887-4441 or 1-800-590-2384. 1tfc
PASSPORT PHOTOS: Official U.S. and foreign passport and Visa photos available here. Available in under ten minutes. $10 plus tax. Appointments highly recommended. The Elgin Review, 116 South 2nd St, Elgin NE. 402-843-5500. 1tfn
STORAGE UNITS for rent: 11 X 24 and 12 X 12. Beckman Lumber Inc. 402-843-2131. 6tfn
FOR RENT: Smith’s Storage Buildings, Elgin. Clean, dry and secure. Sizes 8’ x 16’ and up to 12’ x 24’. Prices start at $28/month. Contact Lee or Marie Smith. 402-843-2391. 1tfc
1930 — 2014
Harold Eugene Jensen of Austin, Minn, formerly of McIntire, Iowa passed away on April 4, 2014. He was born to Charles and Nora Jensen on March 26, 1930 in Fountain, Colo. Harold grew up in rural Nebraska.
Upon graduation from high school in Neligh, NE, Harold attended Primary Mechanics School at the Technical Training Department of U.S. Naval Schools, Construction Battalion Center at the U.S. Naval Station in Port Hueneme, CA. In December of 1949 Harold joined the U.S. Navy serving in Guam during the Korean Conflict. He proudly served his country until September of 1952.
Upon returning from his tour of duty, Harold married Arlene Elizabeth Ollendick on November 26, 1952 in Cresco, Iowa.
While serving in the Navy, he had acquired unique talents as a heavy equipment operator and mechanic, later using these skills to build a life-long career that spanned over 50 years.
Harold enjoyed fishing, camping and vacationing with his family. He was well known for his passion for gardening and was called upon many times to share his problem solving experience and may have bragged a time or two about his garden’s plentiful harvest. He took immense pride in sharing everything he lovingly grew. Harold and Arlene enjoyed many years on their acreage north of McIntire, Iowa, which they referred to as “Bailey.”
It was here that Harold was able to let his gardening skills flourish.
Harold is survived by his wife of 62 years, Arlene of Austin, Minn. Five children, Harry (Deb) Jensen of Riceville, Iowa; Bob (Jan) Jensen of Decorah, IA; Patty (Chris) Jones of Mountain Home, Idaho; Jolene (Cliff) Knowles, Urbandale, Iowa; Barb (Darrell) Kraft, Austin, Minn.; 9 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; and a sister, Joyce Sakha of Omaha. Harold was preceded in death by his parents; a beloved daughter, Donna Lewis Jensen; 2 brothers, Bud and Dwaine; and 3 sisters, Ruth, Opal, and Fern.
A private memorial service for Harold will be held at the Iowa Veterans Cemetery in Des Moines, Iowa.
There will be a celebration of his life for family and friends at the Riceville Community Building on Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Memorials can be directed to the local Veterans of Foreign Wars or the Wounded Warriors Project. Condolences may be sent to Harry Jensen, PO Box 90, Riceville, Iowa 50466.
The District #18 Board of Education will hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday night, April 10.
Superintendent Dan Polk will report on possible collaboration with Pope John regarding music programs, transportation and scheduling.
The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. in the distance learning room at the high school. It is open to the public.
FULLERTON — Conditions were bone-chilling Tuesday, April 2, but that didn’t prevent the Wolfpack track team from competing at the Cedar Valley Invite.
Competitors made the best of the cold weather, then wrapped themselves in blankets to get through the rest of the day.
Top performances were turned in by Blake Schrage who won the 300 meter hurdles, teammate Ryan Pelster won both the 1600 and 3200 meter run. On the girls side, Taylor Schumacher won the 800 meter run and teammate Jenna Parks won the high jump.
Arcadia/Loup City won the boys team competition with 100 points followed by EPPJ with 76. Other team scores were Cross County 61, Humphrey/LHF 57, Twin River 52, Palmer 47, Cedar Valley 38, Shelby/Rising City 27, St. Edward 27, Heartland Lutheran 12, Elba 10, Spalding/Spalding Academy 0.
For the complete story, see the print edition of The Elgin Review
The Wolfpack Winter Sports Banquet was held Wednesday. Awards handed out were:
Student Managers: — Anna Heilhecker, Emma Kerkman, Kaylee Martinsen and Allyson Wemhoff
Freshmen — Zoey Bergman, Gracie Bullock, Elianne Heilhecker, Jordan Mescher, Amy Nelson, Taylor Sehi, Taya Voborny, Kelsey Welding
Sophomores — Kaitlyn Polk
Juniors — Sharla Schindler and Hayley Stamp
Freshman — Liz Selting and Baylee Wemhoff
Sophomores — Nicole Beckman, Jenna Parks and Jill Schindler
Seniors — Stephanie Bode, Hannah Kerkman, Ivy Prater, Hunter Thramer and Madison Voborny
New Team Records
• Most points in one game — 75 vs. Niobrara-Verdigre in the conference tournament.
• Most rebounds in one game — 56 vs. Elkhorn Valley.
New Individual Records (all by Stephanie Bode)
• Most Points in a Game — 40
• Most Rebounds/Career — 774
• Most Points in a Career — 1030
• Most Steals in a Career — 222
Post Season Individual Awards
Individual Awards …
1st Team NVC — Stephanie Bode
NVC Honorable Mention — Jenna Parks and Baylee Wemhoff
Selected to play in the NVC ALL STAR GAME on May 30 — Stephanie Bode
Norfolk Daily News Class C All Area team — Stephanie Bode — Honorable Mention
OWH — Honorable Mention Class C2 — Stephanie Bode, Jenna Parks and Baylee Wemhoff
LJS — Honorable Mention Class C2 — Stephanie Bode
Academic All State — Stephanie Bode and Jenna Parks
2013-2014 Awards (voted on by the team and by stats)
Most Improved Player — Nicole Beckman and Jill Schindler
MVP Defense — Jenna Parks
MVP Offense — Stephanie Bode
Practice Player of the Year — Ivy Prater
Most Valuable Player of the Year — Baylee Wemhoff
Wolfpack Dedication Award — Jenna Parks
Letter Winners — Madison Voborny (Co-Captian), Allison Beckman (Co-Captain), Brie Gossman, Lisa Dohmen, Kayla Nelson, Kaitlyn Polk, Zoey Bergman, Taylor Sehi, Jaime Hoefer and Erin Beckman
2013-2014 Outstan-ding Cheerleader — Madison Voborny
Outstanding Wrestler — Andrew Fangman
Wolf Man Award — Brett Kinney
Most Improved — Geoffrey Carr, Brody Hupp
Letter Winners — Andrew Fangman, Brett Kinney, Geoffrey Carr
Participation — Brody Hupp
Academic All State — Brett Kinney, Brody Hupp
Statisticians — Mallory Fangman, Morgan Childers
Student Manager — Logan Henn
Wrestling awards were presented by Doug Jones
Participation Awards — Ethan Fischer, Evan Schindler, Dylan Behnk, Chase Preister, Tyler Smith and Miles Schrage.
Letter Winners — Jake Eischeid, Jack Borer, Kyle Heithoff, Regan Kerkman, Kyle Kallhoff, Austin Meis, Scott Moser, Alex Pelster, Seth Schumacher, Chad Bode
Academic All-State Awards — Kyle Heithoff, Seth Schumacher
NVC Conference Awards — Honorable Mention – Jake Eischeid, Kyle Heithoff, Jack Borer
Outstanding Hustle Award — Varsity — Jake Eischeid; J.V. — Kyle Kallhoff
Most Improved Player Award — Varsity — Austin Meis; J.V. — Miles Schrage
Defensive MVP — Jake Eischeid
Offensive MVP — Jack Borer
Team MVP — Jake Eischeid
Team Player Award — Jake Eischeid
Student managers were Hunter Reestman, Liam Heithoff and Ashton Evans Ashton Evans was also a statistician.
Letter Winners — Allison Beckman, Karissa Dicke, Brienne Gossman, Jordan Mescher, Kayla Nelson, Casey Pelster, Ivy Prater, Jill Schindler, Sharla Schindler, Liz Selting, Taya Voborny
Master Choreographer — Casey Pelster
Most Improved Dance Team Member — Brienne Gossman