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Fairbury Journal News (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Fairbury, NebraskaLifestyle wednesday sept. 2, 2015 the Fairbury j journal news Page 5 card Shower open House Celebration of life reunions engagement Fangmeier the family of Lois Fang Meier would like to Honor her with a card Shower for her 90th birthday on september 6. Cards May be sent to 532 n. 5th St., in Hebron be 68370. 22-23p Ostgren the family of Stan Ost Gren would like to Honor him with a card Shower or a phone Call for his 80th birthday on september 10th. Birthday greetings May be sent to 1128 e St. Fairbury be 68352. 23-24p Cheryl Pearson Celebration of life for Cheryl Pearson saturday sept. 5 from 11 . To 2 . At Hwy 136 and Broad St. Jansen be. 23p Jiskra and Horak to wed in september Wolfe and Hanson to wed Doug and Diane Jiskra of Swanton Are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Megan Faye Jiskra to Bryce Allen Horak son of Doug and Beth Horak of Western. Grandparents of the Bride Are Norma and Richard Jiskra of Beatrice and the late Duane and Lois Schroeder of Jansen. Grand parents of the Groom Are Norma Horak and the late Ronald Horak of Wilber Eugene Muff or. And the late Theo Muff of Dorches Ter. Great grandmother of the Groom is Clara Witter of Crete. Megan is a 2011 graduate of Northwest Missouri state University. She is employed by Nicks farm store in Geneva As a syn Genta seed Kevin and Caylene Wolfe of Tobias Are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Kelsey Wolfe to Kyle Hanson the son of Rodney and Sheri trimmer of Nehawka. Kelsey currently works at target and Kyle works at Kia of Lincoln. The couple will reside in Lincoln and Are planning a september 12 wedding in Lincoln. Advisor. Bryce is a 2011 graduate of Southeast Community College and is employed by webers fee Yards in Dorchester and helps his family farm. The couple will be married on sept. 19, 2015goebel reunion the annual Goebel reunion was held aug. 9 at the Burkley Center in Fairbury with 42 present. After a potluck dinner the afternoon was spent visit ing and catching up with each other. Those who attended were Jim and Betty Williams Clarice and Eugene Siemsen Steve and Jolene Siemsen Eleanor Seggerman Eugene and Edna Goebel Mike and Cheri Williams Nolan Latisha and Jayce Dux Spencer and Sami Wurm Curtis Alicia and Kinsley Arnold Lou Ann Wurm and Don Goebel All of Fairbury neb., Richard and Ruth Tuma Pat Rose Ann and Rebecca Zach All from Morrowville kan., Bernice Goebel and Rellen Goebel from Mahaska kan., Gayln and Tom Lukas from Tucson Ariz Lynn and Polly Hudecek from Cedar rapids Iowa Shari and Dwight Stelling from Des Moines Iowa Paul Goebel from Monrovia md., Karen Blaker and Christine Hildreth from Lincoln neb., Kathy Linde Mann from los Angeles calif., Verda Moore of Lone Rock wis., and Kevin Moore from Madison wis. Krause reunion the Herman Krause family reunion gathered at the Union Bank meeting room for a noon meal on August 16, with 44 members present. This was their 85th annual reunion. Those attending were Max Ine Hoppe Don and Shirley Krause John and Teresa Howell Stan and Maralyn Ost Gren All of Fairbury neb., Dale Grummert of Jansen neb., Jim and Kathy Schroeder of Hebron Brenda Carpenter and daughters Maddie Meghan and Mollie Nancy Lowe mar Sha and David Jensen Lucille Schmidt Doug Dodge and Alexandra Rose of Lincoln neb., Deverne and John Malchow of Pickrell Tom and Joy Barefoot and children Curtis Wieland All of Omaha neb., David and Marjorie Wieland and Verneal Dodge of Beatrice neb., Myron and Ruth Schoen and three children of Adams neb., Loren and Evelyn Yost of Plymouth neb., Chris and Laura Obrien and five children from mul Len neb. Everyone had a Good time. Jefferson county Art Guild met on a gust 24 at the studio. Fourteen members answered Roll Call. The Guild is Happy to Welcome Jennifer Lewis of the Fairbury journal news As a member. Bank showings for september Are Cory 23-24b 105 West 5th Street 402-729-3451 our elevator is Back in service please Stop by and see All our recent renovations. 402.729.3337 Fairbury. 1313 k St. The 60-month rising rate cd with our rising rate cd you can withdraw your Money penalty free after 36 months or leave it in for another 24 months and reap the Bene to of an outstanding interest rate. Also available is our Shorter term 21-month rising rate cd. Stop by or Call us to Start saving today. These cd rates Are on the Rise get a cd built on your terms. 1.50% first 36 months 4.00% following 24 months apy apy 2.50% 60 month total term Overall apy the annual percentage yield apy is based on quarterly compounding. $1,000 minimum balance to obtain the apy and open the account. Withdrawals made outside the 10-Day Grace period at the end of the St 36 months May be assessed a penalty which May reduce earnings. Special restrictions May apply. Apy effective 6/24/2015 subject to change. Personal accounts Only. Member Odic. Mary Lou rudder Gymn Register wednesday sept. 9 Community building in Fairbury 3 00 5 30 pm dance studios tics 23b 402-520-2745 Ballet tap & gymnastics expecting req Xiv Iru birth and beyond d Mhz 3uhqdwdo shul Hufh class meets do or  up 6dwxugd\ 6hsw Hii Huvry Rpp Qew Howk How he topics loge Luck Hod do Liq dog a Khz or Foo Rusk Al fld Edulf Mhz Eriq duh dog Lei Dow Vii he instructor Ulm 6wduu 51 plus. Receive your free copy of the helpful Book what to expect the first year As a part of the class of div la a she or do Rah ukr la h show Luj of div shh pre registration is required. To pre Register Call Jefferson Community health Center at 402 7296889. Monday sept. 7 closed for labor Day tuesday sept. 8 Salisbury Steak mashed potatoes Harvard beets peach Crisp. Is 10 30, Bingo 12 30, Cedarwood 2pm. Wednesday sept. 9 Salmon f i be cheesy Pota toes Nantucket veggies apricots. Walking club 10am, chair aerobic 11am, pinochle 12 45. Thursday sept. 10 Piz z a meatloaf baked potato peas carrots pudding. Tai Chi 11am,Craig Bontrager program. Friday sept. 11 oven Fried Chicken Macaroni salad country veggies fruit cocktail. Walking club 10 00, chair aerobic 11 00, Sec 1 00. Senior diners menu dinner served at noon everyone Over 60 Welcome for reservations Call 729-5258 by 8 30 . Day of menus subject to change Fairbury s e Nior c e it e r 601 c it y p Ark Road Alrex 1 � is 2ifife am  so meals served at Fairbury Community building sponsored by. 2% milk bread Coffee Tea served daily Globe Rexall pharmacy 6w, Alrex 1 Fairbury be 505 East 14th St., 402-729-6106 b adults $6.99 kids eat free $6.99 Superior water conditioning Dave Stenson owner 1522 k St Fairbury be 402 587 1403, 800 875 1115 or 1046 e 3rd, Superior be 402 879 4314 let us water your Lawn for you underground sprinklers 3 0 y ears e x p Ermenc e f a s t p Rofes s Iona l i is t a Lla t Ion e x c Ellent Servic e Tab Ebke the family of Shirley Ebke would like to Honor her with a card Shower for her 80th birthday on sept. 17, please Send Well wishes to 828 22nd St. Apt. 231 Fairbury be 68352. 23-24p b Plant your fall Trees shrubs & perennials now Call 402-587-0461 to order. Fairbury 4th St. Greenhouse will deliver & Plant within 10 Miles of Fairbury b jag welcomes new member Grone family reunion to be held sept. 13 the Grone family reunion will be held sunday sept. 13, 2015 at the Fairbury Community building with a carry in dinner at 12 30 . Carstens at american National Depke an dres at first National and Sherry Joubert at Union Bank. First Friday featured artist is Joyce Prince on Friday september 4. Come paint with Joyce at the studio from 5-8 . Trevor Gill chief Finan Cial 2fficer at the Fairbury journal news has been named social Media editor. Gill a Fairbury native will be in charge of leading so Cial Media for the journal news through several aspects including face Book and twitter. Gill has previously been involved in social Media for the journal news and will now be organizing and executing the new plan for keeping readers informed through various outlets. I am excited Trevor has an interest in keeping peo ple involved through social Media and i think he will do a great Job Tim Linscott publisher of the journal news said. The journal news will be expanding its scope of social Media outreach with the Community through sweets with local game stats and scores plus news and information concern ing local entities such As the City Council and civic groups. Through Facebook Gill will be implementing More interactions Between the Public on pertinent topics developing Content for Facebook followers Only and keeping Fairbury connected through the journal news Page. As fair Buryta begins to re develop Gill will be involved with several aspects of that project As Well according to Linscott. Like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter feb journal. Gill named social Media editor starting next week the an Nual Fairbury journal news football contest will be Back with some new twists. Every week for the next 10 weeks a selection of football games will be available for participants to choose. Participants pick which team they think will win and fill out the tie breaker a prediction of the score of a selected game. The Winner is determined by the most Correct an Swers. In Case of a tie Between most Correct answers the tie breaker whomever is closest to the actual score will be the Winner. If there is a draw Between tie Breakers a random drawing will determine that weeks Winner. The weekly Winner will receive $5 in chamber Cash and each weekly Winner will be put into the final drawing for $150. Sponsors can play each week As Well with the same rules applying and each weekly Winner having their name put into the final drawing for the grand Pri e of an autographed football from legendary Nebraska coach Tom 2sborne. All sponsors playing the contest Are asked to fill in their name and the name of their business to be eligible for the autographed football. 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