January 31, 2013 by lmorgan · Comments Off
Meeting Monday night, the Elgin Community Club announced the dates for a number of important events to be held over the course of the next 12 months.
Outgoing President Lynell Morgan presided over the meeting which was held at the Steel Steed Steakhouse & Saloon. She announced the new club officers for 2013 are Duane Esau, president; Kimberly Young, vice president; and Anne Parks, secretary/treasurer. Esau, Parks and Tom Pinkelmon have begun serving three-year terms on the club’s board of directors. No longer serving on the board of directors are Greg Tharnish, Jeremy Young and Tony Levander.
As for the 2013 calendar of events, the club will host a community soup supper on Saturday night, Feb. 16. The event will serve as a fundraiser for the upcoming Q125 celebration in 2014. It will be held at the KC Hall. More information about the event will be in next week’s newspaper.
As part of February’s activities, all community club members who join for the first time or renew their membership by February 15, will be eligible to win a ‘chuck’ steak dinner courtesy of the Steel Steed.
In March, the club will again sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt for all the youngsters in the community. The event will be held on Saturday morning, March 23, at Elgin City Park. In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved to an indoor location.
Another Q125 fundraiser will be held in May. Morgan said the board has selected Sunday May 5 to hold a Chamber breakfast. Last year’s event was well-attended. It will run from 8 a.m. to noon.
June promises to be a busy month in Elgin with the annual Vetch Days celebration. The dates for this year’s event will be Monday through Wednesday, June 10-12. A contract has been signed with Richard’s Amusements to provide a carnival for all three days of the celebration.
On Sunday, June 9, there will be a car show featuring some of the best vintage automobiles in the region. Duane Esau is chairing this event. Car enthusiasts young and old will be able to enjoy seeing the cars during the day AND take part in the second-ever ‘Wing Ding’ event featuring some of the best chicken wing recipes ever concocted. During the festivities, Wayne Ives will be playing his, and yours, favorite songs, kinda like ‘American Bandstand’.
To wrap up a busy week like no other on the calendar, the EKG organization will hold their second-annual ‘Bull-O-Rama’ on Saturday night, June 15. Like many others, that event will be a fundraiser for the Q125 celebration. More about all these events as the events get closer on the calendar.
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NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
For default in the payment of debt and performance of obligation described in and secured by Deed of Trust executed by Sharon Reynolds, a single person, dated April 26, 2005 and recorded on May 2, 2005 as Book 198 at Page 591 in the office of the Register of Deeds for Antelope County, NEBRASKA, the undersigned Successor Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of the debt, who has elected to declare the entire debt due and payable, will on March 4, 2013 at 11:30 AM at the main entrance to the Antelope County Courthouse, 501 North Main, City of Neligh, State of Nebraska sell at public venue to the highest bidder for cash, the realty described in said deed of trust, to wit: LOTS 11 AND 12, BLOCK 180, CITY OF NELIGH, ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA.. And more commonly known as: 411 F Street, Neligh, NE 68756. All subject to any and all: (1) real estate taxes, (2) special assessments, (3) easements, covenants, restrictions, ordinances, and resolutions of record which affect the property, and (4) unpaid water bills, (5) prior mortgages and trust deeds of record and (6) ground leases of record. The purchaser is responsible for all fees or taxes. This sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property. By: Michael E. Boyd, Trustee The Boyd Law Group, L.C. 300 St. Peters Centre Blvd., Ste. 230 Saint Peters, MO 63376 636-447-8500 BLG# 0100.04789 THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR AND ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN FROM YOU WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. A-4351083
Publish: January 23 and 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2013.
1931 - 2013
Ann Day, 81 of Elgin, NE passed away Saturday, January 12, 2013 at the Wolf Memorial Good Samaritan Center in Albion, NE.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Friday, January 18, at St. Boniface Church in Elgin with Rev. Ross Burkhalter officiating. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.huffmanlevander.com.
Hester Ann Day, daughter of William and Irene (Phillips) Martin, was born July 20, 1931 at O’Neill, NE. She grew up in O’Neill and graduated from St. Mary’s High School in 1950.
On March 1, 1962 Ann married Henry A. Day at Valentine, NE. They made their home on a ranch west of Elgin, NE on the Beaver Creek. It was there that they raised their three children: Dell, Bill and Joe. In 1983, Henry retired and they sold the ranch to Jim and Elaine Wolf. They continued to live on the ranch until moving to the Homestead apartments in Elgin, NE in 2000. Ann entered the Wolf Memorial Good Samaritan Center in December 2012.
Ann loved to crochet, play cards, read, and spend time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was a member St. Boniface Catholic Church and St. Boniface Christian Mothers.
She is survived by her three children: Dell Behnk of Belton, TX; William (Gloria) Day of Norfolk, NE; Joe Day of Omaha, NE; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two sisters: Judy Shaw of Albion, NE and Kay Shoemaker of Chambers, NE; along with many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Ann was preceded in death by her parents; husband Henry in 2005; two brothers: Don Martin and Ed Martin; two sisters: Midge Hickey and Mary Helen Magdanz.
ELGIN — Leading by nine points midway through the fourth quarter, EPPJ couldn’t put away Ewing as the Tigers roared back to win a thriller 42 to 41 Friday night.
It was arguably the toughest loss of the season because the Wolfpack held the lead throughout the game from the first basket of the first quarter until the final 18 seconds of the game. Junior Blake Cunningham’s two free throws gave Ewing their first lead of the game, 42 to 41.
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NELIGH — The Wolfpack wrestling team competed Saturday at the Neligh-Oakdale Invite.
Amherst won the team title with 250.5 points followed by Neligh—Oakdale 154.0; Wayne 138.0; Tekamah—Herman 134.0; Creighton/Verdigre 127.0; Osmond 76.0; Elgin Public/Pope John 71.0; West Holt 69.5; Lutheran High Northeast , 68.0; Clearwater—Orchard 67.0; Randolph 66.0; Scribner—Snyder/GACC 61.5; Cedar Valley 58.0; Humphery St. Francis/Lindsay Holy Family 34.0; North Central 31.0; Fullerton 27.0; Nebraska Christian 22.0; Elkhorn Valley 4.0
Individual results were:
113 pounds — Ryan Pelster placed second. Round 1 — Ryan Pelster (Elgin Public/Pope John) 21—6 won by pin over Devon Risch (Scribner—Snyder/GACC) 1—16 (Pin 1:20); Quarterfinal — Ryan Pelster (Elgin Public/Pope John) 21—6 won by pin over Trevor Swanson (Nebraska Christian) 13—17 (Pin 3:50); Semifinal — Ryan Pelster (Elgin Public/Pope John) 21—6 won by decision over Louis Herley (Neligh—Oakdale ) 18—15 (Dec 6—5); 1st Place Match — Bryan Wietjes (Amherst ) 27—3 won by pin over Ryan Pelster (Elgin Public/Pope John) 21—6 (Pin 1:35).
132 — Andrew Fangman’s placed second. Round 1 — Andrew Fangman (Elgin Public/Pope John) 18—11 received a bye; Quarterfinal — Andrew Fangman (Elgin Public/Pope John) 18—11 won by pin over Dalton Hopson (West Holt ) 2—9 (Pin 2:41); Semifinal — Andrew Fangman (Elgin Public/Pope John) 18—11 won by major decision over Mathew Reeves (Lutheran High Northeast ) 16—16 (Maj 15—5); 1st Place Match — Logan Dibbern (Amherst ) 24—4 won by pin over Andrew Fangman (Elgin Public/Pope John) 18—11 (Pin 0:51)
138 — Tyler Childers’s placed sixth. Round 1 — Tyler Childers (Elgin Public/Pope John) 11—9 received a bye; Quarterfinal — Garrett Allemang (Neligh—Oakdale ) 26—5 won by pin over Tyler Childers (Elgin Public/Pope John) 11—9 (Pin 1:41); Cons. Round 2 — Tyler Childers (Elgin Public/Pope John) 11—9 won by decision over Matthew Swanson (Nebraska Christian) 4—21 (Dec 5—0); Cons. Round 3 — Tyler Childers (Elgin Public/Pope John) 11—9 won by pin over Dakota Herring (West Holt ) 3—11 (Pin 1:32); Cons. Semi — Scot Gubbels (Osmond) 21—6 won by major decision over Tyler Childers (Elgin Public/Pope John) 11—9 (Maj 10—2); 5th Place Match — Tanner Stec (North Central) 13—7 won by pin over Tyler Childers (Elgin Public/Pope John) 11—9 (Pin 0:51)
145 — Blake Schrage did not place. Round 1 — Cole Gibbens (West Holt ) 18—4 won by pin over Blake Schrage (Elgin Public/Pope John) 1—6 (Pin 0:38); Cons. Round 1 — Colten Korth (Randolph) 6—15 won by pin over Blake Schrage (Elgin Public/Pope John) 1—6 (Pin 2:13)
152 — Shane Beckman’s placed first. Round 1 — Shane Beckman (Elgin Public/Pope John) 24—3 won by pin over Noah Mcphillips (Humphery St. Francis/Lindsay Holy Family) 1—13 (Pin 1:06); Quarterfinal — Shane Beckman (Elgin Public/Pope John) 24—3 won by pin over Ryan Volquardsen (Creighton/Verdigre) 11—12 (Pin 0:21); Semifinal — Shane Beckman (Elgin Public/Pope John) 24—3 won by decision over Garrett Jacobsen (Neligh—Oakdale ) 23—12 (Dec 5—0); 1st Place Match — Shane Beckman (Elgin Public/Pope John) 24—3 won by decision over Michael Vargas (Osmond) 17—5 (Dec 4—3).