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This Week’s Classifieds: October 31, 2012

October 31, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

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E & M SUNNYBROOK Café will stop serving noon meals Monday through Friday beginning November 2nd for the season. We will be open two Sundays a month during the winter. Nov. 4 – 11 a.m. to 1 pm  serving a Full Breakfast Brunch; Nov. 18 – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. serving a Roast Beef Dinner; Dec. 16 – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. serving a Fried Chicken Dinner; and Dec. 30 – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. serving a Full Breakfast Brunch. Adults $8.50, 10 & under ½ price. We’re located 9-3/4 South of Ewing or 1 mile West of Rural St. John’s. Will open for private business Holiday parties – Book your date today!  402-485-2206, 1-402-485-2268 or 402-386-5457. 3-5p



No Obamacare, lower property taxes and smaller government, only one candidate will fight for these goals — www.brookcurtiss.com — Paid for by Nebraskans for Brook Curtiss, P.O. Box 141, Plainview, NE 68769.  2p

Place your orders now for Holiday rolls, buns, pies, cookies and cheesecakes. Also book your Holiday Company Parties at Sunnybrook Café. Call for details 402-485-2006 or 402-386-5457.       2-4p



WANTED: GRAIN and rock hauling needs.  Beckman Lumber, Inc. 402-843-2131.  14tfc


WANTED: DEPENDABLE, hard working full-time employee, job duties include pump setting, drilling, and general laborer.  Must be able to obtain a CDL.  Benefits include incentive pay, health and dental insurance, paid vacation, and 401K.  If interested stop in at Grosch Irrigation, 2485 State Highway 14, Albion and ask for Matt. 3-6c

HELP WANTED: Hild Construction, Neligh, is looking for a qualified carpenter. Contact Kevin Hild, 402-309-5256. 3tfn

TRUCK DRIVER to haul gluten.  Must be dependable. References required.  Will train. Call 402-843-5672 ask for Len.   1tfn

FULL TIME positions available for Shop Mechanic, Pen Rider  and General Farm Help.  Health and other benefits available, Niewohner Feedlot, Elgin  402-843-5671.         44tfn

BARTENDERS/WAITRESSES wanted. Call Tom at 402-843-2167 or apply at The Steel Steed Steakhouse & Saloon, Elgin.                 32tfn



FOR SALE: 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 sport package pickup. 91,000 miles. Call 402-843-6461.    4-6p

FOR SALE: Three bedroom house with full basement. New roof, big storage building and attached garage. Across from the Catholic church. If interested, call Ray at 1-800-248-2215, 402-741-1084 or 402-395-6585. 4c

HOUSE FOR SALE by owner. Two bedroom, 1 bath. Located at 409 N. 3rd Street, Elgin. Call 402-843-5464.    1-8c

COOKBOOKS: THE second printing of Young N Lively cookbooks  are available at Total Image Salon & Spa, Elgin Pharmacy & Gifts and The Elgin Review. Copies are $20 (includes tax).            1c



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: 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



I wish to extend a “Big Thank You” to my family, friends, neighbors and relatives for the cards, calls, concerns and gifts, and most of all the prayers, which were answered while in the hospital and since returning home. Thank you Fr. Ross Burkhalter for the special visit and prayers in the hospital. And I can’t forget to all who brought food to our home. We live in a “caring” community and we thank God for all our blessings.

Betty Mackel

We express our heartfelt thanks to all who kept us in their thoughts and prayers, expressed condolences, and sent cards, flowers, and memorials when we lost our dad, grandpa and great-grandpa. Thank you to Fr. Ross Burkhalter for the wonderful funeral service, and to Deacon Wiehn for the wake service and help with the funeral. To Tony and Dean, we can’t thank you enough for all that you did to make this time easier for us. Thank you, Rosie, and the St. Boniface choir for the beautiful music; the Altar Society for the delicious lunch; and the ladies who provided lunch after the wake service. Our sincere gratitude to Legion Post #229 and VFW Post #5816 for providing military rites. Dad was proud to call Elgin his home for many years. Thank you for being such a fine, caring community. God’s blessings to all of you. Sincerely,

Don and Janice Mollhoff and family

Mike and Judy Joy and family

I would like to thank everyone for all the prayers, cards, many phone calls during my recent hospital stay and since I have returned home. Special thanks to Julie and Lawrence, Carrie, Matt and Crawford for being with me at the hospital during my surgery and stay there. To “little” Larry for taking over on the farm while we were gone. To Judy for being at my side through this entire ordeal. Also many thanks to Bruce and Lila for the ride home from the airport and to Jim and Butch for checking in at the farm. Thanks to all who have been my drivers when I needed one! To all who brought food and who stopped in to visit.

Larry D. Petsche

Many Thanks to everyone in the Elgin area and beyond who supported our Calendar Lottery fund raiser.  We are now SOLD OUT. We wish you “Good Luck”, and remember, watch your mailboxes each day of 2013! 

Thanks for your generosity, “Friends of St. Boniface”



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Stanton Ends EPPJ Netters’ Season

October 31, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ALBION — Having defeated Stanton in a regular season matchup, the Wolfpack couldn’t corral the Mustangs at the C2-4 Subdistrict volleyball tournament Monday night.
Behind the strong net play of Rachel Brandl, the Mustangs (23-9) swept the Wolfpack 25-18, 25-18 and 25-22 to end EPPJ’s season.
In each of the first two sets the Wolfpack held an early lead only to see Stanton charge ahead and take control.
In the third set, Stanton jumped out to a 20 to 12 lead. Chelsi Mescher and Madi Voborny’s stuff block at the net sparked a run whereby the Wolfpack played their best volleyball of the match.
Mescher, Stephanie Bode and Voborny had kills at the net and the team got an ace serve to pull within 23 to 19, forcing the Mustangs to call a timeout.

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Wolfpack ‘Freeze’ Out Franklin 56 to 0

October 31, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ELGIN — The Franklin Flyers were defeated when they stepped off the bus Thursday afternoon to face Elgin Public-Pope John in the opening round of the Class D-1 State Football Playoffs.
Unaware that Elgin had received approximately two inches of wet snow in the early morning hours Thursday, the Flyers weren’t ready for the weather conditions and fell to the Wolfpack by the score of 56 to 0.
The Wolfpack managed to stay warm on the sidelines, thanks to a ‘hot’ offense which scored nearly every time they had the ball in the first half.
What remained of snow on the field after efforts were made to get the field ready for play, didn’t affect the Wolfpack on the opening drive of the game.It took the Wolfpack just six plays to go 44 yards to score the game’s first touchdown. Quarterback Ross Schindler had 25 yards rushing on the drive, including a 20-yard run. He got the touchdown on a one-yard plunge. However, on the drive, fullback Blake Anderson went down with an ankle injury and did not return. Filling his spot admirably was reserve Blake Schrage.

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Highway 14 Association Elects New Officers

October 31, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Highway 14 Association Inc. met in Aurora on Oct. 11 and elected new officers for the coming year. Christian Evans of Aurora was elected president. Don Meadows of Neligh will be vice president. Kendra Jefferson of Central City will be secretary, and Sandy Patton of Neligh will continue as treasurer.
There were no additional memberships since the last meeting, and no changes were made to the updated website, www.highway14.org <http://www.highway14.org> .

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Public Hearing Part of City Council Meeting Monday

October 31, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The Elgin City Council will meet in regular session on Monday night Nov. 5.
Scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m., the Council will consider action on the following items:
• Platting of lots — Janet Koinzan
• Driveway off Bowen Street to Homestead
• Loaning or renting recycling trailer
• Purchasing backflow device for large projects
• Complaints on junk
• Selling police department radar unit
• Building permits for Leigh Kluthe and Ron Beckman
Also, as part of the meeting, a public hearing will be held for the discussion of the engineering report on the water supply, storage and distribution system as required for the State Revolving Loan Funding from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality and other funding agencies.
The purpose of this public hearing is to discuss the Preliminary Engineering Report and the potential impacts to the City of Elgin and its water rates.
All local citizens and any other interested parties, governmental agencies or groups are encouraged to attend.
A copy of the report will be made available for public inspection at the meeting.
All persons interested in the findings of the report are invited to appear and express their views.  Written statements may submitted prior to or at the time of the hearing.

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