Archive - Jun 2012
Larry and Linda Kastens of Anselmo, would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynnett Kastens of Lincoln, to Brandon Paneitz of Lincoln. He is the son of Mark and Sheri Paneitz of Lincoln.
A June 23 wedding is planned in Lincoln.
Grandparents are Doris Bowers and the late Lawrence Lynch of Arnold, Keith and Marie Kastens of Merna, Jerry and Bette Mangels of DeWitt, and Eugene Paneitz of Plymouth, Neb.
Lynnett is an instructor of medical laboratory technology at Southeast Community College in Lincoln.
Robert and Carol Mullendore of Cheney, would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Carrie Mullendore, to Jake Dilsaver, son of Liz Ferguson of Brewster and John Dilsaver of Taylor.
Carrie is a 2004 graduate of Pius X High School in Lincoln. She also attended Nebraska Wesleyan University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Jake is a 2003 graduate of Loup County High School in Taylor, and attended Wayne State College.
The couple plans to be married in July 2012, in Lincoln
James Earl Reed, age 91 of Broken Bow, died June 6, 2012, at Jennie Melham Medical Center in Broken Bow. Funeral services were Monday, June 11, at Govier Brothers Mortuary with Floyd Ditson officiating. Interment was in the Custer Center Cemetery, with Govier Brothers Mortuary in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Reed was born Sept. 10, 1920, at Broken Bow to James and Nancy (Ditson) Reed. He grew up in Custer County and moved to Dunning in May of 1940. He married May Peirson Nov. 30, 1940. They lived in the Dunning area until 1954, when they moved 25 miles north of Thedford.
Jerry Keyser, 80, of Callaway, formerly of Arnold, died Sunday, June 10, 2012, at Callaway District Hospital in Callaway, following a lengthy illness.
Jerry was born Jan. 19, 1932, at Kearney Hospital in Kearney, to Lester and Emma (Cruise) Keyser. Jerry moved to Arnold in September 1946, where he met his future bride, Jo Anne Spargo.
The couple was married Nov. 22, 1950, at North Platte. Four children were blessed to this marriage.
He was a member of the Elkâ€™s Lodge, the Eagles Club, Moose Lodge, and a member of the Arnold Volunteer Fire Department, where he was an active EMT.
Herman George Haefele, 83, entered into God's presence Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012, with his famity at his side.
He was born Oct. 24, 1928, on the Haefele family homestead, east of Callaway. His grandparents were pioneer homesteaders in Custer County.
He was the eldest of five sons born to Gecrge Vernon Haefele and Helen Elizabeth Neth Haefele. He grew up and
attended schools in Broken Bow, and graduated from Broken Bow High School in 1947. In that same year, Herm enlisted in the U.S. Army. He was stationed at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and earned the rank of Sergeant.
After a 5-3 loss to Kearney, Broken Bow rebounded to stay undefeated in league play with a 14-4 victory over Gothenburg on Saturday. Broken Bow will take on Ainsworth Sunday to cap a busy week of games for the team. For more coverage, check out the June 21 edition of the Custer County Chief.
The Broken Bow boys basketball camp will be held from June 20-22.
Grade Level schedule (as of fall 2012)
3rd-5th grade: 8 am- noon
6th- 8th grade: 1pm- 5pm
Total cost to attend both camps is $125 per camper
The camp will be lead by coach Hoffman, who has trained players from high school to professional and has gained recognition in Sports Illustrated.
Campers can expect to learn: fundamentals and advanced techniques to increase shooting range, gain confidence and be a more consistent shooter, offensive skills, ball handling skills, and passing skills.
Broken Bow fell to Kearney 5-3 Friday night. Kearney Little Ceaser's jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and Broken Bow never managed to recover. Nebraska State Bank made a slight push in the bottom of the seventh, cutting the score to 5-3 from a 5-1 deficit to start the inning, but were unable to recover. Broken Bow takes on Gothenburg Saturday at 3:30 pm at Tomahawk Park. Broken Bow beat Gothenburg on the road in their previous matchup. For more coverage, check out the June 21 edition of the Custer County Chief.
The train keeps on rolling.
Spirit softball continued their impressive season with a 16-1 victory over Sargent/Burwell Wednesday night. Catcher Morgan Hueftle lead the way offensively with two doubles and 5 RBI's. The Sprit will take on Central City for the first game of Districts 8 am Saturday. For more coverage, check out the June 21st edition of the Custer County Chief.
The Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben and the Nebraska Fair Managers Association along with the Nebraska Farm Bureau announces the 109 honorees from 55 counties for the 2012 Pioneer Farm Family Awards. In order to qualify for this distinction, members of the same family must have owned a partial of land consecutively for at least 100 years.