Archive - Jan 11, 2012
Leland âLeeâ Charles Teahon, 83, of Halsey, passed away in Kearney, Jan. 5, 2012. Lee was born Sept. 7, 1928, to Charles James and Clara Catherine (Franssen) Teahon in Anselmo.
He graduated from Broken Bow High School in 1945. After high school, Lee and some friends made their way to Cody to find work. It was during Leeâs time in Cody that he met Anne Marie Barnes of Hay Springs.
Lee and Anne were married on Leeâs 21st birthday at Nenzel. They moved to Broken Bow in 1950, where Lee worked for Fred Bates. During their time in Broken Bow, Lee and Anne had five children.
Francis Lloyd Wescott was born Nov. 19, 1925, at his grandmother's house a mile and half north of Brewster, just one half mile from where he lived most of his life. He attended school at Dunning and then Brewster. He went peacefully into the arms of his Savior Jan. 6, 2012.
He rode his horse to Ogallala when he was 16 all by himself. He then worked around Lisco, working cattle.
Jason and Linda Jilg of Harvard, are proud to announce the birth of their son, Miles Patrick. Miles was born Dec. 19, 2011. Grandparents are Doug and Carol Jilg of Broken Bow, and Mike and Rita Kalkowski of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs, Tom Roberts of Ansley, are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kiley Roberts to Levi Miller, son of Mr.and Mrs. Ron Miller of Merna.
The future bride graduated from Ansley High School in 2004, and Southeast Community College in Lincoln, with an associates degree in Human Service. She is currently employed as an Office Manager and Medical Assistant at Plaza West Psychiatrists in Lincoln.
Robert D. Booker was born in Callaway July 11, 1920, and joined the Army in June 1942. By April 9, 1943, Bob was serving as a private in the 34th Infantry Division.
On that day, near Fondouk, Tunisia, he advanced alone across open terrain despite intense hostile fire and began firing on the enemy with his machine gun. After being wounded, he continued to fire until receiving a second, fatal, wound.
For these actions, he was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor a year later, on April 25, 1944, one of only seven Nebraskans awarded that honor in World War II.
Four superintendent candidates are slated to interview at Broken Bow Schools next week.
Interviews begin Monday, and continue through Thursday. The Broken Bow School Board selected the candidates Tuesday following a closed session meeting to screen all applicants for the position, which will begin July 1, 2012.
The public is invited to meet each candidate at a Meet and Greets hosted by the PTA Monday through Thursday. One candidate will be introduced to patrons each day at a reception from 4:30-5:15 p.m. at the high school media center.