Last week was Spirit Week at Broken Bow High School, which culminated with a pep rally Friday afternoon, followed by the Homecoming football game that evening - where the Indians hosted long-time rival, Ord Chanticleers. The 2012 Homecoming King & Queen were crowned at the conclusion of the game.
For more on the game and this year's Homecoming royalty, see the Oct. 11 Custer County Chief.
MASON CITY - - For nearly a century, adults and children alike have utilized the Sunshine Library in Mason City - both as a place to get good books to read, and a place to just hang out.
For many of those years, Joan Cox served the community as the trustworthy librarian. When Joan recently retired from the many duties she took on in the Mason City community, it became necessary for others to step to the plate and take over some of those responsibilities. One of those is the library, and Donna Zimmer and Loretta Lovitt are two of the local volunteers who have agreed to take on the task.
Broken Bow put in a strong defensive effort, resulting in a 10-7 victory over Ord to cap their homecoming night. The game ended when Hunter Campbell came up with an interception in the end zone on a 4th and 25. Campbell also scored Broken Bow's only touchdown and had a fumble recovery. For the full story, check out the next editions of the Custer County Chief. Video highlights will be added to this story in the near future.
Broken Bow fell to 8-12 on the season after dropping matches to Ogallala and Minden Oct. 4. Minden took the victory 25-19, 25-15 and Ogallala took the first game 25-19 and the second game 25-12. For more details. check out the next edition of the Custer County Chief.
The Coyotes four- game win streak was snapped this afternoon as the Vikings from Bertrand walked away with the 49-22 victory over Anselmo-Merna. For more details, check out the October 11 edition of the Custer County Chief.
Palmer moved to 6-1 on the season as Ansley-Litchfield moved to 2-4 on the season after suffering a homecoming loss to the Tigers. For more details, check out the October 11 issue of the Custer County Chief.
Members of the Jennie M. Melham Memorial Medical Center Auxiliary are trying something new. The doll house kit pictured with this story is up for auction. To view the doll house and place your bid, just click on the page curl at the top right of the Chief home page, and follow the directions. On the webform leave your name, phone number, address and your bid. One hundred percent of the auction price will go toward the Auxiliary and all of the good work they do.
Helen Cole, formerly of Merna, died Oct. 1, 2012, at Heritage Hall in
Broken Bow. Funeral services were Thursday, Oct. 4, at Govier Brothers Mortuary in Broken Bow.
Helen was born Nov. 5, 1920, in Chicago, Ill., one of seven
children born to Joseph and Anna Zubrzycki.
She was very creative with her hands. Her artistic nature came out in the wedding cakes she baked and decorated, quilts she designed and
sewed, and letters written to her grandkids in her beautiful
handwriting. With a loving heart, she created hundreds of sewn,
knitted, and crocheted pieces to give away.