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This Week’s Classifieds: November 30, 2011

November 30, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

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WHERE TO EAT:

SERVING EITHER Rib Steak or Prime Rib every Monday 6 pm – 9 pm. $10.95. Knotty Pine, 402-386-5488, Petersburg, NE.  1tfc

 

FOR SALE:

FOR SALE: Frozen St. Boniface Thanksgiving sausage.  Rings and patties sell for $4.00 per pound and are marked with exact weight and price. Call the parish office at 402-843-2345 during normal business hours to arrange purchase.  Pre-payment only.  No deliveries.         8-9c

For Sale:  “The Great Cooks of Elgin, the Tradition Continues” cookbook, newly published by the Young N Lively club.  Cost is $18.78 plus $1.22 tax, or $20.00 total.  Now available to purchase at the Elgin Pharmacy and Gifts, Total Image Salon and Spa, and the Elgin Review.  The new cookbook will also be for sale at the Elgin Christmas Fair on Wednesday, December 7.  To order by mail, include $25.00 (includes $5.00 for shipping), per book, and send your check made out to Young N Lively, General Delivery, Elgin NE 68636 with your name, address, and phone number.   Proceeds will benefit the Elgin Q125 Celebration in 2014, and the Elgin Park.          6c

PRE-ORDERED Young N Lively cookbooks are now available to pick up at the Elgin Review during regular office hours, or at the Elgin Christmas Fair on Wednesday, December 7.  6tfc

FOR SALE: The City of Elgin has two vehicles for sale. A 1995 Ford F150 4wd with 100665 miles and a 2001 Crown Vic with 69,366 miles. Both vehicles can be seen at the City Shop located at 111 N Myrtle Street, Elgin,NE. Sealed bids will be accepted until 4:00 and opened at the City Council meeting at 7:30 p.m. December 5, 2011.  6-8c

FOR SALE: Sunheat heaters, fire places  and Mountainaire air purifiers .   Service on any brand heater.  Deb and Dwaine Trease, Clearwater, NE. .    402-485-9264

            4tfc

WANTED:

NEED LAST MINUTE SHOPPING?

~ Vendors on Display ~ Saturday, December 10, 2011 9:00 am- 3 pm at the Elgin Community Center. For all your holiday needs!  8-9p

 

HELP WANTED:

Help Wanted: Waitress - must be at least 19, and part-time bartender. Apply at L Bar B or call 402-485-2525 or 402-485-9261 and ask for Francis.

TRANSPORT DISPATCHER

Excellent Full-Time opportunity with a progressive company. This position requires excellent customer service, accuracy, thoroughness in documentation,and good organizational skills with a consistent ability to work in a team environment. Job Duties will include scheduling and dispatching of trucks, Awarness of regulations, sharing after hour and emergency calls with your co-dispatcher, receive and communicate orders. A pre-employment drug test is required. For more information or to apply contact:

Doug Kazemba 

PO Box 159

Elgin NE, 68636

402-843-2200     6-8c

HELP WANTED: Full Time positions available for general equipment maintenance and general farm help. Health & other benefits.  Niewohner Bro Feedlot, Elgin (402)-843-5671  5tfc

HELP WANTED: Full time pen rider; experience preferred in checking, treating or processing cattle.  Health & other benefits. Niewohner Bro. Feedlot, Elgin. (402)843-5671       5tfc

 

HELP WANTED: Full time CDL truck driver, benefit package. Applications at Ag Agronomy in Oakdale. Contact Jude at 402-776-2453.                                                    23tfc

SERVICES:

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

CALL US for fresh flowers, plants, balloon bouquets. Will deliver to Elgin. Flower Corner, 402-887-4441 or 1-800-590-2384.    1tfc

FOR RENT:

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

CARD  OF THANKS

Thanks to all who made the Library Silent Auction successful!  Your bids and donations (items or cookies) were appreciated!

Elgin Library Foundation

Thanks to everyone who attended our potato bake. Thanks to those who worked and donated food. It was greatly appreciated.

St. John’s, Petersburg

I want to thank each of you for your prayers during my surgery and since then. Also for the cards, get well wishes, flowers, visits, phone calls and food brought to my home. A special thanks to my wife and family for their love and support. May God Bless all of you for your kindness.

Rudy Starman

Thank you to the generous people of Elgin and the surrounding area for supporting our 87th Thanksgiving Bazaar.  A special thanks to the individuals and the businesses who so generously donated prizes for our raffle and other services, and to all who enjoyed the day with us.  God Bless,

St. Boniface Parish

Thanks to my relatives and friends for the many wonderful cards, the flowers and gift I received for my 80th birthday. Also, thanks to my dear family, the ladies in my Renew group and The Willows for making the day special. May the blessings of the Lord be upon you.

Bernice Roth

Many Thanks to everyone in the Elgin area and beyond who supported our Calendar Lottery fund raiser.  We wish you “Good Luck”, and remember, watch your mailboxes each day of 2012! Thanks for your generosity,

“Friends of St. Boniface”

Thanks, and a Blessed Christmas, to all for your donations to our Buddy Poppy drive.

VFW Aux. #5816

 

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Brayden Clark

November 30, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Brayden Bernard Clark was born on Nov. 22, 2011 at 3:06 pm.  He was 10 lbs, 6oz and 22 inches long at birth.  Brayden’s mother is Heather Bruns from Elgin and his father is Bruce Clark from Elgin.

Brayden joins an older brother, Ryan Bruns, at home.

Grandparents are Keith and Laverda Clark of Elgin, Art Bruns of Wayne, NE and Josie Paulson of Wakefield, NE.

Homestead ‘Raise The Roof’ Campaign Underway

November 30, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The Homestead (Elgin Housing Authority) is requesting donations for a much needed new roof. Due to a low occupancy rate the last few years, money for a new roof is not in the budget.

The Homestead is a non-profit, 8 apartment complex on Highway 14, just south of the library. The Homestead has provided affordable housing for the elderly for over 30 years in Elgin. HUD has recently allowed the designation to change to “Family”, with a maximum of 2 people living in each apartment. Rent is based on income and includes utilities.

To date, donations have been received from Sharon Wilkinson - In Memory of Irene Wilkinson, Lyle & Betty Mackel, Brian & Melvina Mack, Connie & Loren Nelson, Joyce & Dave Sullivan and LeAnn & Chuck Eggers.

The following businesses have committed to matching funds for the project: Bank of Elgin, Central Valley Ag, Dean’s Market, Huffman-Levander Funeral Home, Elgin Insurance Services, Insurance Mart, Elgin Pharmacy & Gifts, The Elgin Review, Lordemann Insurance, Antelope County Veterinary Clinic, Boomerangs, Beckman Lumber, Schmitt Construction, Dvorak Construction, Elgin Equipment & Machine, Corner Service, Precision Repair, Keith Hemmer-CPA, The Station, Kallhoff Electric, Great Plains Communications, Town & Country Veterinary Clinic, Sapp Bros Petroleum, Jerry’s Feed Service and Draper Insurance Agency.

Donations can be made at the Bank of Elgin or given to Lyle Mackel, head of the Board of Directors.

Eischeid Named to All-NVC First Team

November 30, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

One member of the Elgin Public-Pope John volleyball team was named to the Niobrara Valley Conference first-team, chosen by coaches earlier this month.

Senior Carey Eischeid, who played libero for the Wolfpack, was named to the first team.

Other members of the first team were Brooke Bauer, St. Mary’s; Taylor Twibell, Clearwater/Orchard; Ashli Kunz and Kylie Stoltenberg, Stuart; Natasha Koenig, Ewing; Cassi Thunker and Jordan Wietzki, Chambers/Wheeler Central.

Wolfpack senior Lauren Selting heads up selections to the all-conference second team. Others named to the second team were Emily Filsinger, Clearwater/Orchard; Shelby Paxton, Stuart; Darcy Hagberg, West Boyd; Tori Thramer, Ewing; Jessi Pongratz and Krissy Krotter, St. Mary’s; Harlee Hollenbeck, North Central; and Shelby Kasselder, Chambers/Wheeler Central.

Players receiving honorable mention were Chelsi Mescher, Elgin Public-Pope John; Rebekah Sobotka and Hannah Sobotka, West Boyd; Jaci Badura and Jessica Cook, North Central; McKayla Eisenhauer and Tessa Ives, Niobrara/Verdigre; McKenna Rossmeier, Lynch; Caitlin Kunz, Monica Vogel and Emily Kaup, Stuart; Laura Hynes, Ewing; Justine Blumenstock, St. Mary’s Bailey Schwager, Clearwater/Orchard; Ky-lee Weber and Kortney Kasselder, Chambers/Wheeler Central.

Wolfpack Players Dominate All-District Team

November 30, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Members of the Elgin Public-Pope John Wolfpack football team dominate selections to the 2011 D1-8 All-District football team.

Chosen recently by coaches in the district, five Wolfpack players were named to the first-team offense while three more were named to the first-team defense.

Running backs Nash Schindler and Blake Anderson were named to the first team along with Alec Galvan. Chosen to quarterback the team was Sage Gideon of Burwell. Named to the offensive line were Wolfpack senior Jared Seier, Tracy Taylor of Burwell and Caleb Lackaff of North Central. Chosen as ends were Wolfpack junior Andrew Heithoff, Jesse McKillip of Clearwater/Orchard and Jacob Birch of Burwell.

Wolfpack junior Nick Heithoff was chosen as punter while Dooly Kim of North Central was named kicker and teammate Carter Camp was selected as the ‘athlete.’

Members of the first-team defense include linemen Caleb Pelster of EPPJ, Jon Alstrom of North Central, Aaron Cronk of Clearwater/Orchard as well as Tony Charron and Blake Jeffres of Burwell.

Chosen as linebackers were Grant Beckman of EPPJ Alex Bendig of West Boyd, Guhner Kepler of North Central and Rylee Klawitter of Niobrara/Verdigre.

Defensive backs selected to the first team were Evan Parks of EPPJ and Travis Kester of Clearwater/Orchard.

Second team selections were: Ross Schindler (EPPJ), quarterback; running backs’ Jacob Bathke (Niobrara/Verdigre) and Aaron Kroll (North Central); linemen Drew Schindler (EPPJ), Garrett Gebhardt (Burwell), Jace Hemenway (Clearwater/Orchard) and Eli Schreier (Niobrara/Verdigre); ends Dexter Black (West Boyd) and Garrett Shepperd (North Central); and kicker Jared Seier (EPPJ).

Second team defense team members are linemen Drew Schindler (EPPJ), Cameron Smith (North Central), Braden Forker (Niobrara/Verdigre), Trevor Krugman (West Boyd) and Jace Hemenway (Clearwater/Orchard); linebackers Nate Nelson (Burwell), Ryan Meis, Andrew Heithoff and Nash Schindler (all EPPJ); defensive backs Owen Pavelka (Niobrara/Verdigre) and Colby Wurst (Burwell).

Players receiving honorable mention were Tre Henkenius (EPPJ), Nate Gaukel, Austin Svoboda, Ethan Gaukel and Scott Jeffres (Burwell); Riley Blomenkamp (Clearwater/Orchard); Al Sybrant (North Central) and Cameron Rust, Ryan Kaczor and Jesse Davis (West Boyd).

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