Gladys B. Knispel passed away peacefully in her sleep Friday evening, Dec. 14, at Mt. Carmel Home Keens Memorial in Kearney. She was two months short of her 100th birthday.
She was preceded in death by her parents, W.A. and Abbie Haddix; two husbands, Delmar C. Edson and Delbert R. Knispel, and her four brothers.
Warren Felt, age 91 and 363 days, died at Heritage Hall in Broken Bow.
Funeral services will be Friday, Dec. 21 at 2pm at the Berean Church in Broken Bow, with burial before the church service at 10 am at the Sumner Cemetery. Memorials in his honor may be made to Gideon's or Broken Bow Berean Church. Visitation will be Thursday, Dec. 20, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Govier Brothers Mortuary and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Berean Church, with the family greeting friends 4 - 6 p.m. at the church.
Funeral services for Clyde Loy will be Friday, Dec. 21, 2012, at 11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Ansley with the Rev. Bill Ragan officiating. Burial will be in the Ansley Cemetery with Govier Brothers Mortuary of Broken Bow in charge of the arrangements. Visitation will be Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. with the family greeting friends 5 - 7 p.m. at Govier Brothers Mortuary. Memorials may be given to the First Baptist Church in Ansley.
Christmas is right around the corner, and Santa is shining up his sleigh. Thanks to all of you, Christmas will be a lighter, brighter for some little ones out there. The box at Prairie EyeCare is filling up and the children at St. Anselmâ€™s wanted their contributions for others.
Thanks need to go out this week to Destry Miller - he celebrated his 11th birthday party by asking his guests to bring a childâ€™s toy that was later donated to the Childrenâ€™s Christmas Fund.
The Broken Bow School Board met Monday evening, with the two items on the agenda generating the most discussion both being more civic related than education related.
Kevin Lindly appeared before the board on behalf of the Nebraska Free Masons. The Masons had previously requested permission to host a cornerstone ceremony at the new North Park school addition. At that time the board elected to further research the idea before making a final decision.
LITCHFIELD -- There was a sense of frustration in their voices as they explained what happened ... here was a community that gathered an estimated $7,000, through donations from businesses and individuals, to do the necessary repairs on the school's football field. The volunteers were organized, a day was set and the work accomplished ... only to have vandals, in one night, take out part of their sweat and hard-earned accomplishments, for no apparent purpose.
â€śIt just makes you sick,â€ť said Britt Howard, and Darlene Wardyn agreed.
With Christmas only a few days away, the anticipation is mounting as children all across the world eagerly await the hour of Santaâ€™s arrival. We thought it might be fun to catch up with a few of those youngsters and get some of their thoughts in the final countdown.
The Chief visited The School Garden preschool in Broken Bow Tuesday morning, with two questions for the children. Here is how they answered those questions.
Q: What is your favorite thing about Christmas?
Kaleb Bergrenn - â€śGetting toys at McDonaldâ€™s.â€ť
Tiana Hurlburt - â€śThe flying reindeer.â€ť
Ayden Clark - â€śSanta!â€ť
Twin Loup's Alex Hart signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Hastings College Wednesday afternoon. Hart plans to major in business administration with an emphasis on accounting while at Hastings. For more information check out the next edition of the Custer County Chief.
SMC earned a 47-38 victory over Twin Loup Dec. 14.
Alex Hart lead the way for Twin Loup offensively, scoring 21 points and finished with six rebounds. Becca Clark had five point along with five from Madison Kozeal, three from Monica Keith and two from Jackie Lewis. Keith finished the game with 10 rebounds.
Twin Loup out-rebounded SMC 34 25, but SMC made up for it at the foul line making 22-36 compared to 7-19 from for Twin Loup.
Holiday cookies are even tastier when they're prepared in a safe, clean kitchen.
The cookie shaped like a Christmas tree, wreath or snowman is a delicious part of the season, but be sure to clean cooking surfaces and avoid eating the dough to make them an even more enjoyable addition to the celebrations. Raw dough could make you sick, according to University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension food specialist Julie Albrecht.
"Raw eggs in the dough have the potential for Salmonella, which can cause foodborne illness," she said.