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1 -" 1';Jt.eWayne.. r, C;, L_. -., -,,.r '. : M.*._.,_... * DGT JJ C:l l _800 ;.,[ STRi H::.'f:J';Ur, c,qc:. 15C?illl R 'l C85Q18 1 t->:=' 1 _NC:OLN ''-..- Single Copy 75" Sections - 2 Pages 22 ' A Quick Look.LO We use newsprint with recyc;led fiber Please recycle after USe. Chamber coffee WAYNE This week's Chamber Coffee will be at the Wayne High School Lecture Hall. The coffee begins at 10a.m with announcements at 10:15. WEB Carnival WAYNE The Wayne Elementaty Booster Carnival will be held Saturday, Apnl29 from 9:30 to noon at the Elementary School. All proceeds will be used to benefit the school. Honors Night WAYNE Wayne High School will hold its 10th an'nual Honors Night qn Friday, May 5 at 6:30 p.m. in the High School F.R. Haun Lecture Hill!. Academic letter awards, National Honor Society inductees for and scholarship recognition Will be included in the 'evening's activities. Music program AREA The Wayne Elementary School will present the spiing music program on Thursdy, May 4 at 7:30 p.m. n the high school gym This year's theme " "!l-.. a'1dwtllbla a tribute to those who serve and those who have served in the armed forces The program" free and open to the public Bicycle safety AREA - The Wayne OptmSt Club will sponsor a bicycle safety program on Saturday, April 29 at The Oaks (1500 Vintage Hill Drive) from.1 :30 to 4 p.m. The Wayne Police Department will also take part in the event. Those attending are asked to bring bikes and helmets For more information, contact Bob Keating at or Community cleanup AREA - The Wayne Jaycees Community Clean-Up will be held Friday, April 28 Rain date is Saturday, Apnl 24. Yard waste and outside debm only, should be placed at the curb for pck up. For more information, contact Matt Wachter at Because We Care AREA - PrOVidence Medical Center will hold the. monthly "Because.We Care" luncheon on Wednesday, ''''ay 3 at noon. This month's topic S "Allergy Awareness." To make reservations, call Weather Leah McCoy, All"" School FORECAST SUMMARY: An lctive Pllttern lcrol<!l the ooun try l!;eeps some Ughter shower chances ill our forecast, with tempe...turbs lveraging elightly lbove DrmaL Day> Weather. Wind "Ran... Th... Ny sunny NW 30 4ll6 Fri. Ny cloudy NW 15 ll6r72 sat. Ny sunny BE 25 «173 Sun. _ Show,," Showe,. 47nO 48/69 W farecut edby. ib a- P.-lp""': Airport undej new management Y- By Lynn Sievers mean they don't benefit from it." ' Of the Herald He noted, fdr example, tnat there are several doctors who commute to The Wayne MuniCpal Airport has Wayne' regularly. The airport i; a a new airport manag;er and a new busy place. There is more air traffic fixed Base Operator. Mke Wetmore n this area than one might think and Ron Gray opened Reliance Wth about 50 aircraft regstered in a AVlation, nc. on.apri} 1 Wetmore is 25 mile radus. At least a dozen tram Elk Pornt, SO, and Gray " from operations (take offs and landings) Merrill, owa.. occur at t;,e airport everyday, Both men are married and wrll be loving in Wayne. Gray and hs wife Dana are living in the home located Offered at Reliance Aviation, nc. are air charter services (air taxi, air freight, air phdto, commuter shuttle on the airport grounds. Dana S d services), flight 'chool,erv,lce, physical therapist at St Luke's (pilot certificate, instrumental rating, Hospital in Sioux (CtY. Wetmore, hs aircraft rental, and biennial flight Wife Stephanie and their soh Brian reviews), and maintenance services are iri the process of looking for a (maintenance and repairs, annual home in Wayne. Stephanie S also a nspections, oil changes, and engine overhauls) Also offered at the airport" a free physical therapist at St Luke's Brian will be a freshman and has been involved in,schoof sports, A year ago, the two men started their search from llinois to daho fof an airport to manage They selected the Wayne site, they said, for several reasons The facilities on hand exceed what they had seen at other airports. The Wayne site has large hangars With one being lust recently built and the runway is only three years otd. Plus/ the friendlmess and vision of the Wayne Airport Board and of others n the area helped nar row thelf search to Wayne, "Often tbe first thlflg people see when they come to town is the air port," Wetmore laid "just because people don't use the airport doesn't By Clara Osten" Ot the Herald Two j)ubllc hearings were held during Tuesday'l meeting of the Wayne City CounCil A number of relldent, of the southeast quadrant of the city were present to express concern about Sidewalk DlStnct which wrll replace and ins.tall new s.ldewalk n portions of that area City Clerk Betty McGUire reported that a total of SX wrrtten objections had been received by the city rn regard to the prolecl T[le oblectlons representee!. 1,320 square feet of sidewalk n the 21,400 square feet prolecl State law requires that 51 pergent of properhes rn the dlstnct object before an ordinance' can be rescinded By Lynn Sievers Ot the Herald The Wayne Schools Board of Education met in regular sesson Monday night. Buster Beckenhauer of Beckenhauer Construction reported on Mddle School value engineer ing options and gave alternate flight training ground school Wlth classes being held ev-ery Saturday from loa m to noon at the ainport. Classes are open ttl everyone ages 16 and up New students are welcome and can start anytime Before coming td Wayne, Gray worked at' letsun, located on the SOUX City Airport grounds He is faa (federal Aviation AsSOCation) certified A &. P (air frame and power plant) and also.a, which means he (an conduct annual aircraft inspectons Wetmore has a bachekjr's degree n engineering and a mater's degree n gedlogy He hal worked as a petroleum engineer and owns a Wayne Municipal Airport has a new airport manager and a new fixed base operator, Shown s Mike Wetmore, left, and Ron Gray, right, who opened Reliance Aviation, nc. on April 1. The men are standing by 1967 Cessna SkyHawk 172 which. available for rental purposes. water weh contructlon company He has his pnvate pilot license, is instrument and commercal rated, and S -a Alght nstructor All those speaking dt the';:;';ilk!i\.tohg.' The city will purchase the felt sidewalks n certain areas were land for 13,000 and will use it to unnecessary and would not be used. complete the extemlon of 10th n addition, property owners felt Street to Providence Road that putting n "dewalks would take FollOWing discussion the council away parking space on therr proper voted to separate sales tax hjnds ties, Mayor Sheryl Lindau told those that are to be used for the auditorium renovaton profect tnto a separate present that objections had been account The monies will draw rased dunng a public mformatlon mteret.at a rate of S.75 percent and meeting held earlier ths year dnd the nter'("it money will also be dvdj! the council chose not to make able for lje in the proiect changes n the Sidewalk distrrct Several members of the Wayne Vern Schulz, PublC Worh Area Chamber -of Commerce and Wayne ndustries, nc wefe preent Superrntendent, said 0 that city employees would work With proper at Tuesday's meetmg to request ty owners n the placement of new oddltional fundmg for operatlondl Sdewalk actlvltf S and economic develop, No one spoke durrng the publc ment heanng regarding the acqusition of Curt frye told those present that an area of lan.d owned by fern the City benelrts from work done by prices Together the board and Beckenhauer revewed the list and moved forward on what 15 nded n the Mddle School Around $50,000 in costs were cut in the process since the last board meeting The board was also shown tile and Seeing students' happy faces wal one reason he wanted to give flymg carpet samples for the Middle School prolect by Bahr, Vermeer, Haecker of Omaha representatves Beckenhauer is to bring a guaran teed maximum pnee (GMP) to the board at their next meeting Construction work at the Middle School should then begin. esons WetmOff' noted that anyone Cdn learn to fly and that it\ not expensve' With cost running around $3,000 to get a pilot license over a SiX to nine month period "Day to day ofe can be pretty bar ing at tlm'es," Wet.more said "Bu1 Council debat.s sidewalk issue1 both the Chamber and Wayne ndustnes "The city 15 al':.o a par1ner n tlls process and we need everyone working tog-ether," Frye Sdld The (ounel! agreed to discuss t:i request further when budget plan ning takes place for the next flsud year n other action, the council gave second d approval to dn ordlnanff' wi -,,1ould change the city code to dl(f lvli for the hinng of re'latlve\ of pubhc offcials and putdlc employees by the city Mayor Lindau also read two proclamations at the meeting The lirst was n regard to April 28 belllg designated as Arbor Day. l;;he S 'Cond declared the week of Apfll 3 May 6 as MuniCipal Clerk Week Middle School construction to begin soon $ ii,03 '-wljl1cinfflefc: tilk,23 81 >16...,9,.... W... - /:-:1.. ::.00 1!hn'''''''CburcheswereOft'''''''' for""" Good...,...'!l6 41 i.,t, ; _; Thslwa. sij}j.=1r,:-ifts:r= Dr ZeiSS, Wayne High School prln (pal, reported on d foreign exchange '>tudent from Morroco avarlable to begin at Wayne High through the P A X (Program of -AcademiC lxchange) The student could start chool ths fall f a local halt family S found Kathleen Grone the local PAX contact person The- board approved the waiver of tuition request from P A.X Aho dscussed wal the graduauon program. The board decided to keep the graduation ceremony the same- as 'n the past With ndivdual student recogrlltjon for s.cholars-hlps See MDDLE, Page,A. Cdn gu-arantee' you that after you ":.tep out nf an iwpldne vou will feel more' alive dnd f"x(lte-d than you h.ave m yf>ars '. Anyon-e Wth quf>stofls about thedlrport (A anv o thp ',prvlrps they oher Cdn {elll S- 1 lfs4 Nevv website is egg-citing A new egq,clterrlpf t ', cluck ng on the wpt; The Ch { kf'n Show ha':. eggstabllshed a rww Cr:1rkpi Show addre\'l. To VPv\-' tth )tt' typ.f' n www (hlcker-' show com dnd Sf"f' the' egg-cll ng inlormdtlon dnd dll \h tf'nj\ 11,,1' Mr' dvaddfjle rjr purchav:' '--r:jrn rn e m 0 r d t 1 r1 9 the 2CJOO (hl(ker' Show Ont of trw website rla">ses at Wayne Statp ( '--JlleqE', under thf: direction ijl Tlrn Pr)well, ha.. developed this web'::.lte wlil all th-e updated nformation Click on Cheep Geer n the webste to be taken to the tems arid prices of kluck t,ble') An order form (an be pnnted to order t' e 2000 Chicken Show memu,a or browsers (, an de k on the perhni<: and be taken to the mazon com websltt' for pure ase of 20 s.elected tems that are chicken related such a\ chicken joke boob, chicken (o0/(boob and toys "We eric ourage you to check out thl\ new egg cltloq webs.lte addre:'>\ to keep nformed Wth whdt,> going on wth ths yedr' Chlcen Shuw," sdld Karin Vaughn, DtH'ctor rjf the Wayne Chamber Wayne nldus'tries to hold annllal meeting E.ch year Wayne ndustnes, nc holds an annu'al meeting which showcase, one of the local rndljstnes This year the annual meetrng will. be held Dn Monday, May 1, at Wayne Stte College rn the Hahn Computer Center. Presentations showca,ing the technology systems of the college will,be held in the Hahn Computer Center and Conn Library. Dr, Sheila Steams will begin the evening with refreshments in the Hahn Board Room at S p,m. following the welcome, tou will begin and run concurrently, ro\lltlng minutes. Presentations will be given by the following: Xen Murphy, Computer Center, Hahn Computer Center, nformation Systems; lohn Dunnng, Campus Wide Network, Hahn Computer Center, Stage, Chad Smith, Desktop Software DStribution, Hahn, Computer Center, Network Servces; Micky Rutenbeck, Di><lSler Recovery Plans, Hahn, Computer Center, Network Services; Dave Graber, Satellite nteractive Video, Con,! Library, Second Floor nteractive Video Classroom and on Kendall, Terre$t!lll Based nteractive Video, Connell 001, DS Classroom. The public is encouraged to attend and ellm more Mlout the way Wllyne'1s impllcted by the, college's tectjnoogiclll ca

2 Thunday,AprU 2'7, 2000 Obituaries"' Maurice Childs Maurice E. Childs, 90, of Norfolk, formerly of Belden, died Tuesday, April 25, 2000 at Heritage of Bel Air in Norfolk. 5ervices will be at 1 p.m. on Friday, April 28 at Johnson-510nacek Funeral Chapel in Norfolk. The Rev. Dave Sellars will officiate. Visitation will continue until 8 p.m. on Thursday. April 27 at the Funeral Chapel. Maurice Eugene Childs, son of Alv'! E. and Amelia Dora (Hansen) Childs; was born July 5, J 909 at Wakefield. He attended school' at Wakefield and graduated from Osmond High Schorn in He continued his education at Wayne State College in Wayne and later attended the School of Mines at Rapid City, S.D. He farmed with his father neal Osmond until 1936 when the family moved to a farm near Belden. n 1954 he and his mother moved to Wayne were they lived until her death in 1962 He continued farming in Belden until 1992 when he moved to The Meadows at Norfolk. He entered Heritage of Bel Air Nursing Home in lanuary Survivors include two sisters, Verna Ethridge of Slver Springs, Md. and Mabel Butler of Spokane, Wash He was preceded n three brothers, Milton, Cayle and Weldon Burial Wll be n Creenwood Cemetery n Norfolk. Johnson-Stonacek Funeral Chapel in Norfolk is n charge of arrangements Jewell Killion Jewell Killion, 102, of Wakefield djed Wedne,day, Apnl 19, 2000 at the Wakefield Care Center in Wakefield. Services were held Saturday, April 22 at Salem Lutheran Church in Wakefield. The Rev. Rick Danforth officiated Jewell Killion,,on of Charles and Tine (Chambers) Kllion, was born Oct. 25, 1897 south of Wakefield He attended rural school n Wayne County and Wayne State Colleg On lune 19, 1918 he married Ellen Johnson at Wa.kefield. The couple tarmed at Randolph and north of Wakefield. He was a member of Salem Lutheran Church and a member of XYZ. He was a storyteller and enjoyed fishmg in Colorado, Wyomtng and South Dakota. Survivors nclude a daughter; Darlene and Bill Aller; of Columbus, three grandchildren and two great-grandsons He was preceded in death by S wife, parents, three Sisters and two brothers. Burial was in the Wakefield Cemetery rn Wakefield. Bressler Munderioh Funeral Home in Wakefield was n charge of arrangements G/ennis'Swift Glennis Lovena SWlft, 88, of Eustis, fla. died Sunday, April 23, 2000 at at the Lake Eustis Care Center in Eustis, fla ClennlS Lovena SWft, daughter of William 0 and Anna P (Lamb) Townsend, was born Dec. 29, 1911 at O'Neill She 9rew up in South Dakota, Nebraska and owa and attended college at Wayrce State Teacher's College in Wayne She taught school,n Rodney, owa On an 22, 1935 she married Ernest E. Swift at O'NeiH. The couple farmed in the Allen area until their retirement. She was active rn many social clubs and groups_ For over 50 years she was a member of tastern Star where she served as Worthy Matron several times. She was a 4-H club leader and was Cood Neighbor of the Year n Nebraska in 1953 She moved to florrda n 1999 Survivors include a daughter, Zoe A. and lerry Weber of Umatilla, fla, a son, James L. Swift of St Paul, Mlnn, three grandchildren and four greatgrandsons. She was preceded in death by her husband and two great grandsonl Cards may be sent to Zoe A and Jerry Weber, Pine Ridge Drrve. Umatilla, fla Beyers Funeral Home n Umatilla was n charge of arrangements Competitive Mortgage Rates Available Without Origination Fees._-\ Bank of Member FDtC PUBLC AU SUNDAY, APRL 30, 1:0 PM LOCATED ON THE FARM 12 MLES EST OF WAYNE, NE ON HWY 98 AND 1/2 MLE SOUTH MACHNERY HC 1066 diesel traelor Wide front. 3 pt H,nlker cab rubber, T A S out) Ser #30698 HC 504 desel tractor. narrow front, Ser #2976. lenders rubber. 2 sets werghts dual 3100 loader manure bucket, grapple fork to be sold separately 2 dual sweep heads HC # 16 Sde delivery rake Stan HOist box, gear & host Westendort gear & host 5x10 wagon wi endgate seeder 5x10 wagon "/elect gear /', hoist lat bed - steel wheeled gear J.D. 6 sect. harrow & cart Kelly Ryan 4X 10 feed wagon _ (new cross conveyor) Kewanee 20 ft tandem dsc J.D. #9 mower, 3 pt J.D. 494A complanter J.D. A.W. 13 ft. tandem disc. He t6 plow w/harrow Big John 300 gal. sprayer HC 210 windrower, 14' header Dual Quick Tach bale fork Bale mover, 3 pt., like new HAVaSTAAW 150 bales straw 20 baleulfa118 HOUSEHOLD GOODS Phllco refngerator G E auto washer & dryer Moores propane 4 burner slove G E elect stove Antque table wi leaves Oak buffet 1needs work) 2 cstern pumps MSC. TEMS Sears potato digger hyd & PTe Loading chute 1) 300 gal fuel tank & stand 12) 300 gal fuel tanks 1j) 175 gal tank & stand Narrow pedestal form Post vise calf shelter Neck yokes. double trees Space heater hyd. cylinders Pnde of Farm calf creep feeder, good Small hay feeder on gear Callie rubber Hog shelter Slide in pickup rack 2 elev. feed bunks Old fon Assorted hand tools tlfes lire, good (2) M rear wheels 1 set He weightsr Snow Blower a ERWN &.JANCE MORRS, OWNER Llge, Baler, Llge, SieverS Bargholz A"c:tloneers. 402"3lW282. Lege UliferCliik-'-P Not reaponslblefr lhe,t'l)rac:c:ldenta -TES:CUti daf. Christian Bargholz Christian Bargholz, 88, of Wayne died Monday, April 24 at University of Nebraska Medic.1 Center in Omaha. Services were held Thursday, April 27 at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Wayne. The Rev. Martin Russell and the Rev. William Koeber officiated. Christian Carl tmil Bargholz, son of Emil and Mary (Miller) Bargholz, was born Dec. 14, 1911 on a farm nine miles southeast of Wayne. He attended rural school at District #33. He entered the U.S. Army on April 16, 1942, serving in 817 Tank Destroyer Battalion Company C in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany until his dscharge on 'uly 7, On Oct. 5, 1955 he married Verona Ross at St Paul's Lutheran Church in West Point The couple made their home in Wayne where he sold insurance and was Wayne County Veteran's Service Agent for many years. He was a member of OUf Savior Lutheran Churh,n Wayne. He wa, a life time member of Wayne American Legion Post #43, serving as pmt...;;0.,1 Commander, Past Distnc Commander and Past Area "A" at the Department of Nebraska, VFW Post #5291, Disabled American Veterans Chapter #28, Military Order Purple Heart l hapter #260 n Omaha and National Order 01 Trench Rats. He was Past Grand Chef de Gare 40 & 8Volture 121. SUrvVOrs nclude two daughters. Jodene and Terry Henschke and Alyce and Tommy Henschke, all of Wakefield, SX grandhildren, one SSter, Ella Field of Winside, rlleces and nephewl He wa5'preceded n dealh by his pments, wife Verona in 1994, one brother and three sisters Honorary pallbearers were grandchildren Jessica, <ala. Ryan, Lrbby, ChrStopher and Cody Henschl<e and Ru>s and Hel';n Tledtke, Willis Meyer, Dean Meyer and Joan Schader Active pallbemers werp jerold "Butch" Meyer, John Schaefer, Cene Helgren, Jerry Reeg, Ddrryl field dnd DennS Spangler Burial Wd) n Veterans Memonal PMk n Greenwood CemetNy in Wayne Mihtary rites wer.e conducted by American Legion Post #43 and VFW Post #5291 SchumM her Halemallfl Funeral Home n Wayne was n charge of arrangenwrjl 5 Helen LU5chen Helen Lulthen. 68. nf Wayne dred nday, Aprrl 2f, 2000 at her home Servl( es were rwld Monday! April 24 at Our Savior Lutheran Church n Wayne The Rev Martin Russell and the Rev William Koeber officiated Helen Mde Lu\then. ddughter 01 William and EVf'lyn (Wilder) Warnocl<, was born an on d farm flear Winnebago. She attended rural,chools near Winnebago rn Thur\ton ('ounty, graduated from Walthll High School and dttended Wayne State (nllege. On Apnl 21, 1951 she married Herman "john" Lusclwn at Redeem" Lutheran Church rn Wayne. The cou' pie made their home' on a!arm \mitheast of Wayne. She was a mf'mber of Our Savior Lutht'ran Church n Vvdyne Survivors nclude tlpr husband, Herman "John" Luschen of Wayne, one,)ofl, Don and Anita Luschen of Wayne, three daughters, S,mdra dnd Rick GalhjE' at Wayne, Mdry and Rt'x Burt of Lincoln and Carolyn Roberts and Jim CronerneyE'r of DeWitt, Sever\ qr,1ndchildren, one brother, Bill Warnock of South Sioux City, four sl".tt-'r\, MMcella dnd Fred Hendrtcks of Omaha, Marilyn Hletdla of l.atham, N Y. M,FY and [d f nedrc h of PlalnVl?W and Darla Swan':.on of Walthlll; npce's Mill H'phew') She was preceoed in dedth by hpr parpn1\ one brothf'f, two sister,; and three brother')-fl-dw Pallbearers were r\.1ark \\lch10<.t.:., jrjhn Ce-ewe, We<., Crevp, Lowell Johnson, lahn Anderson dd Krnny lofgt')('r) Burial was n the Crpt>nwuoti ( t-111ptery in Wayne Sc.humd( her-hasemdrlrl Funeral Home in \A/aYl1e Wd\ i (liej'gp 01 arrangement.'> Bonnie Fuoss Bonnie Fu oss, 86, ot \\'dvnr ell\ d Mantia\" rlvote for Aprd 24, 2000 at the WaynE' Care Centre 1f1 Wayne ServCE's were ht'ld Th'UfddY, Aflld 27 at Praise Assembly of Cod Churdl in Wayne The Rev Ron l dr'lhl1 oh( dlf>d. Bonnie Marie Fuo,», dduyhtt'r ()f Herman and [va (Bigelow) Hurley, was born an. 2, 1914 on d tdfrn nf'h fjumer She was baptiled at the Baptt')t Churc h 1[1 Carrol! jrw dtttnde'd rur c1! ')chool dt D.'>trl( t # 1g nedf Carroll and graduated from Carrull H,yh )(hl)()i in 19'32 On June 23,1934 ')he married Albert f uoss at Uk Pornt, S [) Tiff"' ouple mdde their home ealt of Wayne dnd the-'r1 moved northwt",,( oj \\-d', lie wherp they farmed until moving mlo WaynE' n 1980 She Wcl" d rt1f'rtltj\::'r Df the' p(jq1endent f-dlth Baptlt Church n Wdym ' SUrviVorS nclude twu \0113, Rotwrt and Jar-we- U() and Rog.er and Carol FUOlS, all uf Wayne, lour dughte[\, Ruth dnd Verne Hli 01 Mustang, Okla., M,ldred dnd john Vdnce 01 luhd. (Ma, judy and lack )chroed"r oj Dallas. Texas and Normd dnd rfdfulj BdfkH of Shady Shorf', fex3'j: 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grande hil-drpfl, (jnt hrother, Jim and Lenora Hurley of Sioux City, owa, two s.lster, Eva Kf-'Hlf'rj.,r and Jane and jop Meyers, all of SOUX City, owa, nieces and nephe\ She was preceded rn death by \er parellts. hu,balld. Albert rn 1994, one brother, four ':.<..ters and une grand,:>(jn Pallbedrers were grcmds()f) Rcrnd<11 Htll, DaVid Amon, Daniel Amon, David Fuos., Tyson B.,j-rker, fu')tln )( hrof- dt- r,,a<..on f.uo')s and ZClChanah Fuo' Bunal was f\ Crfc>t'flwuod (trtittey n Wayne )ehumacher-hasemann Funeral Horne n WayfH' wa'j n (harge of arrangl"ment') Jeff Johnson "t's About Change!" NU Regent A Nebraska Regent who will Vote for Conservative Nebraskan Vailles!... Paid for by Jeff JQhnson for Regent. Uncia-ngalsbe, Treasurer Pioneer Rd.. Blair. NE Not produced at taxpayer expense. C?ntributions not tax deductible. Personal. PAC and coporate contnbumms accepted. Ruby Roberts Ruby L Roberts, 84, of Allen died Thursday; April 20, 2000 at her home in Allen. Services were'held Saturday, April 22 at the First Lutheran Church in Allen The Rev. John Plowman officiated. Ruby L Roberts, daughter of Gus and Ellen Swanson, was bam 0&. 31, 1915 in Allen. She was baptized Oct. 15, 1916 at the home of her parents. She was confirmed dt First lutheran Church. She attended Rose Hill rural school and graduated from Allen High School in She was the secretary of the church council for several years. On Nov. 20, 1935 she married LeRoy Roberts at the Methodist Parsonage in South Sioux City. The couple farmed near Allen and moved into Allen in She was employed at the school and worked for many years at Waldbaums. Survivors inclvde two daught.,rs, Jacqualyn and Vandel Rahn of Allen and Jeann and Bryan Granstra of Norfolk; seven grandchildren and 10 greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, LeRoy,n 1990, four brothers and one grandson. Burial was n Eastview Cemetery tn Allen Bressler Munderioh funeral Home was in charge of arrangements Thomas Murphy Thomas L. Murphy, 93, of Sioux City, owa died ruesday, April 18, 2000 at the Wayne Care Centre in Wayne Services were held Monday, April 24 at mmaculate Conception Catholic Church in SiOUX City, owa. Fath.-r Paul Louis Arts officiated Thomas L. Murphy, son of Patrick and Annie (McDermott) Murphy, was born Dec 6, 1906 in Anthon, owa. On Feb. 22, 1932 he married Lenora Beeson in Anthon, owa. The couple moved to Sioux City n 1941 and he worked at Sioux Bee HOney until he was drafted nto the service. following his discharge from the service, he returned to Sioux City where he was employed with Robert's Dairy for over 20 years He was a member of mmaculate Conception Catholic Church and the America" Legon Monahan Post #64 Survivors include one son, P<lt and Mary Ann Murphy of Wayne; two daughters, Beverly Petekavlch of Pierson, owa and Judy and Terry Peters 01 Elk Point, 5.0., one sister, Cleopha Murphy, a S.M. of Omaha; eight grand children and 10 great-grandchildren. He was preceded n death by hs wife on an a brother. john. two brothers in infancy, three sisters, Ethel Banta, Ella Conley and Mary D,cus and a son-in-law, Tony Petekavlch Pallbearers were Michael Murphy, leff Peters, Scott Peters, Matthew Wirth, Aaron Wirth and Tom Petekavlch Burial was in Memonal Park Cemetery in Sioux City Meyer Bro.Colonlal Chapel in Sioux City was in charqe of arrangements Youth to be honored at upcoming J'wards dinner four Wayne area students will be among 42 northeast Nebraska youth and their parents who will be honored at the annual Norfolk tlks Youth Awards Dinner to be held Wednesday, May 3 rhe event will begin at 615 p m at the Norfolk Elks Lodge on Gathle of Wayne High School and Shannon aeger of WinSide High School have been selected for tlks Sc h "ShlpS. Dan johnson of Allen tlement"r \ School wrll be recognl/ed tor 'winning the thtrd grade colonng contest,and Chad Clay of the Wakefield Community Schools wrll be recognzed for placing first rn the tlks Hoop Shoot foul Shooting Contest,_ Other youth who Will be honored at the dinner Will the the Teerrs of the Month and Year, Volunteers of the Year, Elks Scholarship Selectees from the Norfolk Elks Lodge, area Eagle Scout who were nducted dunng the past year, Elks Patrrotlsm E"ay Contest Winner, Elks Drug AWMeness Colortng and Post Contest winners and area Elks Hoop Shoot foul Shootrng ('ontest Win ners Dr Sheila Stearns, PreSident of Wayne State Coll>oge and her hus band, Hal. wrll be addressing the students on the subject at leader ship and volunteensm Within their communities The Awards Dinner is open to the public and reservatons for dinner can be made by calling the Elk> Lodge and leaving a message for Deb on the answermg machine Cost for the buffet meal S $8 lor adults and $5 for children under 14 years of age Pampered Chef teams up with American Cancer Sodet' According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 175,000 new cases of breast cancer Will be detected this year in the United States. The ftve-year survival rate tor women diagnosed Wth breast cancer at an early stage S more than 96 percent Pampered Chef, Ltd, a leading seller of kitchen tools and speoalty food items, has partnered With the Amencan Cancer Society to raise both awareness and funds for breast cancer early detection programs through ts new "Help Whip Cancer" corporate-giving campaign.. Durirg May, at in hom "kitchen shows," Pdmpered Chef ndepen dent kitchen consultants nationwide will oher a new twst on the company's popular TWX\J r cilp product, w\th $1 from each purchase go"'g directly to the Amencan Cancer Society's breast cancer early detection programs For more information on cancer call the Amenc an Cancer Society at ACS 2345 or v"r!' wwwcan cer org For a )ocal contdct, call Chns Hansen. a Pampered Chef tndl'pen dent consultant, at or e mail net, or contact any focal Pampered Chef ndepen dent consultant ROTARY CLUB GARAGE$ALE & 8AKEALE Saturlday, April 29 7:00a.m. to '2 noon Located' a': Tom's BodyShQP (108 par' St., Wayne) Multiple Falnlly sale Bake sale ALL JNOER ONE ROOF Plenty of.$tutf, plenty ofgoodies,.,plenty'qfro lm,.ptv.ofln.,p' ",',.'......, '.' (tnc '. M"' ""'rfqr"!',..,.!f.".,,,:'1''' ''>' -"',,,'.., ',,'",',,,',

3 Spring spruce 'rip A number of area residents have taken down trees recently that were no.longer safe. Throughout town, crews. have worked to mel)' "move the tree. before winds caused damage. Above, a te'ee at the comer of Fifth and Nebraska Streeu f being taken down. Honors presentation made Danlelle Stark, Laurel, will present her honors colloquium, "A Study of an ndvidual Who Suffers from an Addiction," on April 26 at 3:30 p.m. n the lounge area on the second floor of the Humanities Building. Mltions of.people suffer from addictions. Addictons control how people think, what they do, and how they live. With research and personal experiences, a story has been Written. t documents an addict's thoughts and actions, and provldes scientific nsights as to why people suffer from addictions. The colloquium,is a requirement of the WSC honors program. t provides an opportunity for students who have been conducting research through independent study to pre, sent thelr projects. They have achieved an overall grade point average of 3.3 or above, and a 3.3 or above in their malor field of study. A 1996 graduate from Laurel, Concord High School, Stark S a senior majoring in English wnting and interior design. Her WSC activities include American Society of nterior Designs (ASD), women's choir and the honors program. Starks plans to pursue a master's degree following her graduation in She is the daughter of Kenneth and janice Stark of Laurel. '" mmunization important Every day, n the United States, 11,000 babies are born. Each of these children begins life with an immunization coverage level of zero. n order to give these children as disease-free life as possible, Goldenrod Hills Community Services (GHCS) offers immunization from vaccine-preventable diseue at monthly clinics held through the agency's 14-county service area. mmunization s 'one of the most effective and cost efficient ways to prevent disease. For every dollar spent on immunization, as many as $29 can be saved in direct and indio. rect health costs. Vaccine-preventable disease levels have' been reduced by more than 99 percent since the ntroduction of vaccines. The year 2000 goal. of the Childhood mmunization nitiative, according to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, s to have at least 90 percent of all children mmunized by two years of age. Currently the immunization rate for two-year-olds in the United States is 75 percent, and Nebraska's immunization rate is B2 percent for fwo-year-olds and younger. To be minimally immunized, a two-year-old will have completed a series of four doses of d ph th er a/ teta n u s/ pertu ss 5 (whooping cough), three doses of polio vaccine, and one dose of mesles/mumps/rubella (German Measles) vaccine. About 25 percent of America's toddlers lack one or more doses of these serles. n addition to these vaccines, Goldenrod Hills' clinics also offer immunization from Haemophilus influenza type b, Hepatitis B, and Varicella (chickenpox). Kids Connection, a state insurance" program for uninsured and underinsured infants and chiidren, will cover the cost of mmunization and other children's health serves. To enroll children in Kids Connection, contact Kid Connection Program Coordinator Amy Doescher at (402) , Ext. 15 or 1-B For more 'nformation about the GHCS mmunization program, contact Health Services Director Mich'elle Snyder at (402) , ext. 32. Good Neighbors chosen The Knights of Ak-Sr-Ben Foundation and the Omaha World Herald have announced the individuals from across Nebraska and western owa that have been selected to receive the 56th annual Good Neighbor Awards. These awards recognize individuals who within the past year have performed neighborly acts and deeds unselfishly without personal gain. Nominations were submitted by community members and approved by the Ak-sar-Ben Representative of the region. Each winner will be presented with a certificate later this year during their respective County Fair. Area 2000 Ak-5ar-Ben Good Neighbor Award reclplej;lts nclude: TWiN THEATRE ;<' v:.j Lavern F. Greunke of Winside; Richard "Dick" Hanson of Concord; Charlie Soderberg of Wakefield and John and Donna Young of Dixon Lavem was sited because "she reads letters and the paper to those seniors who are unable." Hanson has., on s.everal occasions loaned out his car or driven the needy to appointments. Soderberg has served on various community committees that have benefitted his neighbors. The Youngs were sited for helping their neighbors n many ways "Be t at the time of a death in the famlly, spearheading a modern water system campaign or feeding folks at the county fair." 'Jessica Murtaugh of Wayne has been named a United States National award winner in English and she s on the list of Who's Who Among American High Schooi students. Fewer than 10 percent of all Amercan. high school students are Jessica Murtaugh recognized by the United States Achievement Academy. Sm." 8ua1neu Owner * Conawwttlve Leadern His Community vided today_ His morning bas been devoted to carrying out. those..plans and looking forward to graduation n two _ He is confident that his education has prepared him for practice as a licensed nurse_ Fast forward three months. t'!s S a.m. on a Sunday morning and registered nurse Steven Ames has been at work in this 40 bed hospltal.since 7 p.m. last night. He and one other registered nurse, two licensed practical nurses and an aide are responsible to care for 25 patients, Steven's patient assignment includes an elderly man who suffered a heart attack two days ago, a 40-year-old woman who had emergency abdominal surgery yesterday afternoon, a 20-year-old man in traction for a fractured leg, an elder 1y woman,receiving V antibiotics for a respiratory infection and a 25 year-old woman in active labor. M'S'{Walicto be;helcl The Wtval MSWc.JJflbe hel"'is saturday, Aprld91n WayM starting and finlshi/lg at",i-enerel9ht Control ( n the Dearborn Mall, 509 Dearborn Stt). Check,lntime is 8:30a.m. and- the. walk will begin at9 a,m,'ti'e Walk is held t benefltthe efforts of the National Multiple s<lerosis S«iety:dlldiCllted oeild ng the cjevastatingeffe.ds of M_ FunduECeived throughthe Blue Cross Blue Shield MS Walksupporteducat;Ori;.advOCacy; reseath and local programs that enhance the quality of life for people with MSand their families. Those interested in helping with the event or wanting to walk can contactsherri Hoeman at 40;37-S Murtaugh receives two academic awards Middle Nationai Nurses week is May 6 12_ The event is held evepj year in tonjunctlon with the May' 12 anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale (182M910). This, is a time to honor the nursing.profession. The following article is a sce-' nario of a typical nurse's schedule and.the struggles they face on a dillly basis. 't is late Thursday morning n a metropolitan hospital and nursing student, Steven Ames, is completing one. of his final clinical days as a stu.dent. Today's experience is sched ",ied for six hours. He has been assigned to care for three patients. He has known about the assignment since yesterday and in preparation for today he has read his' patient's charts, researched medications and procedures ordered for his patients, met wltjj and assessed his patients and developed plans for the care he has procontinued from 1A rather than group recognition as the senior class had wanted. The ceremony is to be held outdoors this year at the Wayne State College 'Nillow Bowl. Wayne High School graduation is set for Saturday, May 13 at 2 p.m. t would be held indoors at the WSC Rice Auditorium in case of inclement weather. Sue Gilmore, board member, reported on the National School Board convention she attended recently. She discussed meetings she attended on different subjects such as communication between school boards and the public, n report card ideas covering how dstrict is doing, testing and assess" ment, and loss of local control V) stat,"- control on school issues plus other legislative concerns. Murtaugh attends Wayne High School and was nominated for the national award by SylVia Rhul, an English teacher at the school. She will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, which is published nationally. Murtaugh also received notification from the publishers of "Who's Who Among American High School Students" Jhat she has been selected to have her biography published in their national publication. She is a sophomore at Wayne Carroll High School. Her activities include Church Youth Group, Spanish Club, Band, Church Choir, Jazz Band, Marching Band, Pep Band, School Musical, Yearbook Staff (photographer/reporter), Cross Country (Varsity), Track (Varsity), and Honor roll. She is also n F.R..E.N.D.S.s Youth Group (drug-free youth group), softball- Tbe Wayne Herald, Tbunday.April 17, NtJtlona/NursesWeektobecelebrdted He just receved a call that the squildls on its way in with a motor vehicle acdderlt vlctim.schqol was never like this! He has had to leam to think on his feet and make quick decisions. Whenever possible; he runs his decisions past the more experience registered nurse that he is working with, but she s busy too, and has limited time to help him validate his decisions. That conflde'lce that he felt upon leaving school has dissolved. He wishes there' was more help available and that he could have. more time to devote!o his patients. He questions if going into nursing ard taking this job were the right things to do. So what are nursing education programs and employers doing to bridge the gap between the academic world of the student and work world of the ficen&ed nurse 7 Educational programs have a limiled amount of time to cover a broad range of material to prepare a student to function as a licensed nursle'. Employers are experiencing a shorlage of nurses and have limited time and resources to devote to orlentinq new graduates n an effort to find a. solution to these converging problems, educ,, tional nstitutions are offering pr,,, ceptor learning experiences for students nearing completion of their educational program. These experi ences provide opportunities for studoots to gain confidence with org.-, WATNE SPORT &.SPNE CLNC,..,.rr-,.V'v.,.,.,,,,,,,,,, " SAftLLlft Dmca.LAURlL... WllR'-'.1 Northeast Nebraska Medical Group Pc FUlLY PRACTCE a.d. Felber ".D. Jam.. A. Lbuaa ".D. J...- D. 11 O. 'lccdrdadd.d..dal D..1ary PM,WU'LD187..., PflYSH 'L\N 900 Noriolk Avenue Noriolk, Nebraska General Surgery: G 0 Adams. M 0 FACS G F _'. MO. FAGS Joseph C nftanv, M 0 FACS Pedlatrlca: o G illom<jno'''l. M 0 FAAP OS Hynes. M.D., FAAP Family PractiCe: W F Becker, M.D. FAAFP F 0 09'on. MD G T Surber. M,0 FAAFP A.J, Lear, P A. C nternal Medicine: SA nizlilg a nursing u1t of both'staft and patients for atull1hift. ing others, managing '-'9«,hUmbers of patients, and caring for crillcalull patients with cornplex nursing needs. This teaming experience allows for the student to work with a staff nurse preceptor during the hours that the staff nurse is assigned to work. This gives the student the opportunity to experience the reality of the work world he/she will be entering. Many of the programs design the preceptorship to be a rural nursing experience. This gives the nursing students an opportunity to be exposed to and to gain an appreciation of practicing nursing in the rural setting, Because rural areas usually experience more of a nursing shortage than urban settings, it is planned that perhaps this experience will encourage nursing students to work in a rural area following graduation. Some employers have also designed a post-hire orientation for newly licensed nurses which resembles the student preceptorship as described above. These specialiied orientations (by employers) and preceptorships (by the educational programs) are expected to be two successful methods to bridge the academic world of the student nurse and the work world of the licensed nurse. Paid \lor bot Johntqn for Pabk Comlftsllon. Nkidu Lamme.Tral..aJ w. Sh. fnmart. HE 18m HEALTH CAl E DRECTORY GHHOPHA('TOH,, Dr Robert Krugman Ce!1111ed CtliropracllC Soons PhYSCian 214 Pearl St. Wayne, NE ' Ol1lce hours by appointment -= , DENTST ", " Slmmer, recreation,..and_ha&-cpe<-_ --T"""""'- [ formed as part of the Wayne State College Honor Band for two years. Murtaugh is the daughter of lohn 1\1 ENTAl, EAl :1'11 1, COMMUNTY MENTAL, HEALTH & WELLNESS CUNC, 219 Main' Wayne. NE OPT()METHST, WAYNE VSON CENTER DR. DONALD E. KOEBER OPTOMETRST Phone Main St. Wayne. NE MagnlotsOfl EyaCar. Or. Larry M. Magnuson Optometrist 215 West 2nd St Wayne. Nebraska Telephone: ' $helley Gllllland,R.P. Kara John.oi, R.P. Dick Keidel, R;P. Will Davis _ L. CAR'NO Wa '1.e1Jenta{ L ' {,t'nt'c and Mary Murtaugh of Wayne. /.-1 Grandparents are Helen Stein of S,P. B8d(lll D.D.S. Portsmouth, owa and Frank Murtallgh of Harlan, owa On school board candidate election process, Deb finn, Wayne County Clerk, is checking nto write,n candidate vs petition candidate process. Currently there is one school board vacancy on the ballot and anyone interested in that position can contact Deb Finn at the Wayne Courthouse. Future agenda items for the May meeting includes Beckenhauer bringing a GMP, Jean Biomenkamp, board member, reporting on assessment conference attended, and National Honor Society guidelines by Sharyn Paige, National Honor Society advisor at the school. No executive session was held. The next regular meeting of the Wayne Community Board of Education will be Monday, May B at 7 p.m. at the high school in Wayne. [&l Cunningham for State Legislature District 18! 401 NorllJ Maltreet wayllb, N8'alka Phone: ' Dr. Mohammad Shoiab, Ucensed Psychiatrist j P [YH'L\N:-; W.J Lear, M.D.. DABfM G troenler<ljogy: o A Duoly. MD.. FACG SatelUteCinco,_ Liiiiii. s:pac,. \-..-, -:. :,....-

4 , the Porking7$siie in Wayne As a resident and taxpayer in the City of Waynefof the past 35 years, would liketo pass on my observations of the parking Situation on our streets as see it. 1am in opposition of the proposed removal of themidnight to Five A.M, parking restriction. The following information is being provided to the public regarding the Midnight to Five A.M. parking restriction established in A number of years ago the Traffic Engineering section of the State of Nebraska Department of Roads did a traffic survey of Wayne. The resulting statement regarding parking on residential streets was that streets are designed and built to move traffic efficiently and safely and were not intended to be a parking lot. The. width of all the older residential streets in Wayne is 25 feet from back of curb to back of curb with a 24 foot driving surface. Automobiles and pickups are on average seven feet wide. Therefore, one parked vehicle and two vehicles meeting only leaves one and a half feet between each vehicle.this small distance between the vehicles otten results in many drivers hitting or jumping the curb in order to get past the oncoming vehicle. Total parking on one side of the street will 'therefore likely result in more sideswipe and hit-and-run type accidents if the restriction is repealed. f residents tl}ink that by removing the parkiri9 restriction they will be able to park in front of their house, this will not happen in most cases. The currnt Midnight to Five side will be filled with cars from across the street and renters from the area apartments. f you doubt this will happen in your neighborhood, go check Lincoln Street between Second Street and Seventh Street on any given day. f you live anywhere near Wayne State College, consider how many of the students living in the dorms can park closer to their room on a residential streetversus the college parking lots. The currently restricted side of Logan, Nebraska, Windom and Walnut Streets near Tenth Street may be parked full by college students living in Berry Hall and Morey Hall from Monday to Friday until they go home for the weekend'if the restriction is repealed, Another strong point to keep in mind regarding the restriction is vandalism to parked vehicles. Halloween 1999 in SioLx City resulted in 80 broken windows. Vehicles parked along streets where traffic can pass within a few feet provide easy targets for vandals. Norfolk has seen many incidents of vandalism within the past year as has Wayne in December of These acts will likely increase if the restriction is repealed. Snow removal and street maintenance are two of the most important reasons to retrain the Midnight to Five parking restriction. Snow removal is normally done November through March. t may be a seasonal event, but Wayne has anexcellent and efficient snow removal program. This could not be done if it were not for the Midnight to Five restriction. Snow is plowed any time between 2 and 4 a.m. and without parked cars, the streets are cleaned to full width in three to four hours, depending upon the amount of snowfall. f the' City has to go back time after time to clean snow where each individual car parked, the taxpayers ill incur a considerable extra expense. Snow lett 011 the street over 24 hours packs down and tums into ice-which js next to impossible to remove with a plow. Therefore these.areas may never get cleaned down to dry surface. Another aspect relating to snow removal is the fact that the City will have no choice but to plow snow against the parked cars' window deep since the plows are mostly one-way which forces the snow to be plowed from center of street to the curb. The quality of snow removal will decline but the cost of it win increase if the restriction is tejjealed. Street maintenance includes much more than Just snow removal. Street sweeping is done throughout the year but especially during the summer months. The sweeper begins at 4 a.m. when streets are more readily accessible along the curb due to the parking restriction. Rain and traffic work together to move dirt and small debris from the center of the street to the gutter line along the curb. Therefore sweeping the middle of the street while cars are parked along the curb does little to clean the streets. Under normal rainfall conditions residential areas are swept approximately four times a year. n the fall the city sweeps leaves which collect in the gutter line in residential areas twice before winter to help prevent storm sewers from becoming plugged. n eariy spring the City sweeps to recover the gravel from winter sanding. The street sweeper is difficult to tum in small areas. f cars are left parked on the street for extended time periods, most areas will likely never be swept as we will never find clear block where the sweeper can run along the c;urb. t is a known fact that travelers and tourists continually comment that Wayne is a nice clean city. This will not be case if restriction is repealed. Street maintenance also involves the sealing of cracks on concrete and blacktop streets. This is done each fall in order to seal the surface to keep moisture from seeping into the cracks. When moisture enters these cracks and then freezes, it expands and pushes the craclc open wider. Over time this process causes the street to deteriorate and leads to potholes and other traffic concerns. Therefore the sealing of these cracks with tar is a vital part of protecting the integrity of our streets which are repaired at taxpayer expense. t S impossible to tar these cracks where cars are parked Thus the seven foot area away from the curb where cars are parked may never be sealed if the restriction is repealed. law enforcement is-anotr ma;or issue. One of tm original intents of the parking. restriction was to assist with traffic surveillance and crime control. By having no parking after Midnight, a patrolling officer can cross any intersection, look both directions and if no cars are parked or moving. it is easy to observe any late night activity. This also involves public safety. n residential areas, children often play out in the yards. A very real concern is the idea of an adult or especially a child stepping out between cars directly into a narrow traffic lane chasing a ball or just playing. This is not an uncommon instance as most everyone has seen this happen at one time or another. t is difficult for traffic to see potential hazards or dangers that'may lie ahead on a street lined with vehicles. Parked cars will hinder law enforcement and endanger the public's safety if the fe$trlction is repealed. phas been'and will continue to be an issue in Wayne. Everyone would like more. However, the Midnight to Rve A..M. parking rectlon was enacted for a reason. The residential streets ofwere designed and built to move traffic, not to provide a 1o1'hei'eSt.i1llows snow removal on residential. stn!eb to be fast, effcient and results in a quality job. The restric. lion allqwssmtet maintenance activities, such as street sweeping '-and«hake pla<;e in a timely and efficient manner.. iwhicb'bnwise t;l0t be possible. The restriction provides for etfectivetaw' rcel)'lentand «ddresses concerns for public safety... tjhesit..reutbij..1,bu they will L..:t:le tf'moreidfminish in quality if the restriction is ).il!d.'......, ,,;.. " - Vem Scbulz- " '"" :... "'./ " Capita/News. Senate race part of 'silly s,s6n' By Ed Howard Statehouse Correspondent The Nebraska Press Association The talk around some corners of the Statehouse has, quite predictably, turned to the U.S. Senate race and whether one of the Statehouse guys will win the GOP nomination. Secretary of State Scott Moore and company got some news 01 the very, very good variety when George Grogan and Elliott Rustad quit the [ace Their e,its left Moore. Attorney Genera{ Don Stenberg, business,_. man Daid Hergert and former Sen John DeCamp in the 'race. Fewer peopie' at the table means the voter pie won't be cut into as many pieces f you're anyone but Stenberg, this is good. Political palaver had it that Stenberg could win the hardcore, conservative GOP types in the May primary -- perhaps winnmg the nomination with only 30 percent or so of the vote Suddenly, Moore and Hergert 100m much, much larger as competitors Stenberg might acknowledge that the state GOP can be broken nto two groups. Those who can't stand the idea of his losing the nomination, and those who can't stand the idea of his win'ning it Stenberg does not generate a lot of ambiguity among those who have more than pass-ng acquaintance with him Moore has real potential, f his TV campaign shows some imagination and he stay' out there on the slump, to close on Stenberg in rapid fashion Hergert S a successful western Nebraska businessman with what has seemed to be a good presence Western Nebraska means the 3rd DStrict, the Big 3rd means a bundle of potential votes in the Republican DUring the first session at the new millennium, we tacljed critical issues such as child-care, mental health care, rural economic devel.opment, letal cell research and ethanol ThiS legislature, in my opimon, passed legislation that will benefit the rural economy of ths state and our enlor citizens as well. We also laid the groundwork With studies to asess large-scale changes,in the area of property taxes and increase's in teacher salaries LB 936 and LB 1348 are measure, that will provide incentives tor rural economic growth The Rural Economic Opportunities Act (Legislative Bill 936) is ntended to attract small to mid-size companies and higher.wage lobs to small Nebraska counties t 1\ projected that it will e,tend more than $6 3 million in.tax credits to businesses that locate in rural Nebraska during the ne,t four years. The other measure, LB 1348, S designed to foster small busines,e, and to help farmers find new markets for agricultural products t will allocate $3 75 mil Letters_, Vote yes for youth Dear Editor, The vote for or agamst the one cent raise on sales tax for the Community Center really isn't about a 20 percent raise or an additional tax burden. t's -"'bout whether we owe the youth of our community anything. t's about one cent on every dollar we spend on items we could proba, primary. Hergert, nonetheless, has to build name recognition in the eastern end of the state. Moore can counter Hergert's ag country roots to some degree in, that he really does hail from a family farm and really does understand, and make or lose a' bit of money, depending on what the farm economy is doing. Some thoughts on the Senate race: Stenberg said the "silly season" had arrived when Grogan accused him of ducking joint campaign appearances (which Stenberg has done) and simultaneously arguir;!g that Stenberg should resign from office (which really was silly). However, Capital Happenings By: State Senator Bob Dickey, District #11' lion over three years for grants encouraging entrepreneurs and value-added marf<eting. My priority bill, LB 1101, will pro Vide the opportunity for senior citizens in our communities to remain n their hom-es rather than moving nto assisted living or residental care The Senior Companion Program will do this by pairing Senior Companion volunteers with homebound elderly people. The volunteers will be healthy. mobile _ bly do without. t's about taking care of our own Please vote for the one cent raise on sales tax on May 9. Your kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews and neighborhood youth will thank you Ke", lorgenson Wayne silly takes a lot of forms. t was approximately silly for. Stenberg to make a virtual campaign photo opportunity out {i his preparation for the abortion law case pel1ding before the U.S. Supreme Court. t was nothing mne than. "look! 'm doing my lobi" Nothing dishonorable about it; but, kind of silly. Grogan bowed- out, he said, because a profile on him that appeared in tlie Omaha World Herald was too hard on his family and, he said, unfar.' When you run for the U.S. Senate, how can you not know that your past s 'going to be closely. closely e,amined', and reported upon in the present:' This starting new operations look for ward to continue finding answers to issues that face our seniors by chairing LB 353, a study to look all cost controls on the,oaring.cmt 01 pre scription drugs. Also. will continue to fight for the all of you 10 District # 18 who depend on the agncultursenor CJtill?rlS who will be pad a non-taxable' stipend to enhance their incomes k;' many of you have 0pln ions- the success or failure of this St'')'-,Ol. feel the same way, but quite otten OUf 0plrnons of a legislative session may change lor better or worse as time goes along ThS may be the farmer in me coming out, but a legislative Session can be like a new crop f arly or, you may ludge t, but only alter harvest will au be able to accurately survey your r-esult5. Though time has run out on this years' session, in the nterim will continue- [0 work to save- family farms n Nebraska and to continue to provide opportunities to allow the next generation of young farm ers an opportunity to succeed n lliill Prize Winning. Newspaper \ Nebraskd Prs Asc Serving Northea,t Nebraska'a Greatest Farming Area EstabliShed in 1875; a newspaper publl$h every Thursdlay. Enteoed in the post office lind periodical po$tage paid at Wayne;Nebra$ka POSTMASTER; "Address SeJVice Reqllested" send address change to lhe Wayne Herald, P.O. Box 70, Wayne, NebrMka,68787 Offcial Newspaper of the City of Wayne, CO\f1ty ofwayne and State of Nebraska is the era;)r peopjein public office, and public office wannabes, being checked for how they paid domestic help. Bill Clinton was. asked on TV what kind of underwear he likes and he answered! Television ads obvisly are central to today's campaigns. Suffice it to say we thouht.grogan. and Rustad got less than their money's worth with the scripts they U5eil for their erstwhile campaigns. Grogan was talking at times about clllarly local school policies. Both talked about the process of lawmaking as though they had yet to read a primer on how Congress does busi ness. Putting the legislative sessiol1 on rev.iew a) pconomy of our state f has ""'en a loy and privilege serving you as the State Senator for District #18 have teamed a great deal this year and hope to be back nex[ year meeting your needs and representing you, the good peeple of Dlstnct #18 and the Great State of Nebraska want to thank everyone from District #18 who either has called or ed my office this year in support or opposition of the issues before our legisl3tur Your contads have been very important to me this year and Me greatly appreciated. Also. your rote in the legislativ\ process is invaluable in listening to what issues the people of Northeasl Nebraska feel are important. f you have any comments.. concerns, tdeas for new legislation or f you need help Wth public or per,anal matters, please feet free to conlact my office in Lincoln by phone at (402) or me at You may contact us by regular mail as well. Our mailing address is. State Capitol. PO Bo, 94609, Lmcoln, Nt 68S09 The Wayne Herald 114 Main Street Wayne, NE PUBLCATON NUMBER USPS National Newspaper AsSOCiation Sustaining Member 2000 Publisher-.me, R. Shanks General Manager. Kevin Peterson Receptlonistl Circulation - Connie Schutte Classified. C.rol Poeter Kotrou, C1.sslfledslstant Assi,tont Editor Cloro O,ten Reponer - Lynnelle Sieve" Office Manager - Unda Granfield Compmition Foreman - Judi Topp Composing Alyce Henschke Meglln Rose Press Fore... - A Plppllt -",i,tont p"ssrnan. - Chrl, Luft Darkroom Technician "Chr, Stuthmon General Production Roy Bloyd Ainy Eynord Columnist - Pat Meiethenry Publisher Emeritus - Bill RidOtdson, SUBSCRPTON RATES ii Wayne, PieA:e. Cedii',-t)lxcin, ThUf$ton, Cumlng. Stanton and Madborl COllntle$; $32.00 per. n'$tate; $35.00 per year. Ot.state; $48.00!per )'9f.Sgll: cop\t!$ t cents.....', ".', ' " ".' '..;,,,..,,',,

5 ,.,-",,--,'- '.t.nke"n prei _.n",at:'wsc.-catherine Mohr, lar win pre-' 'well as the cljange.lnceloric density sent her honors colloquium, "The coupled with behil\lloral observa- Growth Response of tile Crayfish tions allows better undemanding of. Orconectes neglectl,ls t9 Qlfferent the foraging habits of Orconectes Food Treatments,' on April 25 at neglectus, 3:30 p.m. in the Carhart Science The colloquium i a requirement Building, room 122,. -'". of the WSC honors program, t pro- Crayfish are. found throughout vides an opportunity for students North Amerlca.and ilre considered who have been conducting research omnivorous. through independent study to pre- AVailable food'sources'for crayfish sent their projects, Students must - depend on tj'le location of the achieve an overall grade point averstream. n this study, crayfish and age of 3.3 or above, and a 3,3 or different food types were collected above in their major field of study. from Kings Creek on the Konza Mohr, the daughter of Don Mohr Prairie Research Natural Area and and Elizabeth Mohr, both of Laurel, maintained in Living Streams aquar- 'is a senior majoring in biology and iums, They were given various food chemistry, Her WSC activities treatments for an equal number of include the honors program and days. 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6 ea., Thursday, April 'Cats tied for second in NSC at 1-1 WSC sluggers win four straight Wayne Stete pitcher Aaron Hyde improved to a perfect 6-0 on the season after he led the Wildcats to a 7-4 win oyer Kamey on Tuesday. Wayne State baseball pitcher Brady Borner used his lett-hand magic to maser Minnesota Crookston last friday in Crookston to the tune of a school record 17 strikeouts en rout to an 11-4 win in the first game of a two game sweep by the Wildcats. n the process, Borner established a new WSC record"for career strfkeouts with 217. WSC led :\'-0 until the fourt!} inning when Crookston tied the game The 'Cats however, responded by scoring SX runs over the next two innings W')C out-hit the holt team, 12-4 with seven of the 'Cats hits goinq. for extra bases David Muryn led the way with two doubles while joel Tremblay; Bnan Zimmerman and Mike Blohm each cfoubled and singled Gary Redden added two base hits With Enc fitch and Andy )chultz each belting a double, WSC blasted Crookston n game two, 17-1 as Adam Walkenhorst earned the Win with ejght stnkeouts to hs credit. lash Stolpe pitched the final two innlng<; and struck out three WSC scored 11 times n the frst inning as Brian Zimmerman blasted two long balls in the same inning while notching five' rbi The 'C ats had 19 hits,n the game while limting the host team to four Joel Tremblay went 4-6 from the plate with two doubles and two singlel while DaVid Muryn and Mike Blohm each singled thrpe times COLFNC RESULTS brought to you by:,..,jftlily-l '7""' :. 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The 'Cats went outside the NS)C on Tuesday and swept visiting Nebraska-Kearney, 2-1 and 7-4 to improve to on the season' Brady Borner pushed his season record to 9-1 in the opener and in the process, tied the school record tor wins in a season. He trut::k out seven to give him 89 on the season--one shy of hs record setting 90 a year ago. Borner was named the NSC Pitcher of the Week for the fourth -tme this season for hi,;. pfiorts last week The 'Cats out-hit UNK, 6-5 and broke the one-all tie n the fourth mnlng. Joel Tremblay doubled and smgled while Brian Zimmerman and Mike Blohm each singled twice n the secoc1d game WSC never traded n a 7-4 decision Aaron Hyde improved to 6-0 on the year and pitched the first five nnmgs before being relieved by Adam Walkenhorst. Both teaml committed five Nrors and the 'Cats out-hit UNK,.7.4 led by David Muryn and Brian D<sch with two singles each. Brian, L,mmerman doubled With Rob Watt and Mike Blohm each smgltng WSC remains tied for se'cond n the conference standings,"at 7-1 With Southwest State and both teams are chasing Winona Stdte who mproved to 10-0 "E.verything is comlnq around nght now," WSC coath John Manganaro said. "We're ranked seventh m the region but there S a logjam between third and 'Seventh place." WSC will play at Mmnesota Morris on Friday and at 'Jorthern State on Saturday before playlf1g at Briar CliH on Tuesday The WayC1e golf team competed n several events during the past -wilh-wayftewtftn",g the Scotus nvite at Quail Run in Columbus after carding a strokes ahead of Schuyler and Scotus. LakeVew tallied a 139 and Columbus JV's, 340 followed,n order by Norfolk Catholic, Waverly, Ord, Albion, Norfolk High JV', West Point CC, West Point, Scotus V's, Lakeview V's, t1gln and Pope John KUnton Keller was individual Eric Fitch dives fot an erran1t throw during the- second game of WSC's sweep of visiting Nebraska-Kearney on T\H!sday. The Wlldc:ats have won four straight and our on the season heading n to this weekend's twlnbllls at Mlnnesota Morris and Northern State. Wildcats volleyball team; softball team ink standout seniors Osmond High Sch'ool volleyball standout hacy Manzer and Elkhorn High School softball standout Theresa Garlow recently Signed national letters of intent to attend Wayne State College to play for Sharon VanlS' volleyball team and Jon Misfeldt's softball team, relpectlvely Manzer, a 6-1 middle hitter was a four-year letterwinner for Osmond She was a three-time all-tate honorable mention pck and a two-year ali-conference pick as.well as being d two-time academic ah-stater Manzer finllhed her high chool career With 524 kills, 15 S solo blocks, 87 percent sefylr1g amj 8 J perce'nt passing l' he signing 01 Manier complete>s VanlS' goal of signing a middle hltt"r during this spring recruiting season Manzer Joms Sara EllS of Wayre dnd ChrlstlnP Ono of Omaha in the r'f'uulting class medalst With a 77 With Adam E.lingson netting a 79 for second place. Jason f ulaced' fifth with an 81 and 'driey was SXth With an 81 while Joel Munso" inlshed 14th With an 83 "t was very grallfylng to watch ths team playa tough golf course n the wind," coac.h Terry Munson said. "Their intensty and effort wa,:> evident from the 16 stroke 'Victory Jason Parks put together a very solid Protect your company and the driving public! The 20/20 Call to Action Here's what the public heard: On rrld:ly. Fehruary c;. AHr', popular televson show 2or.:::.O :llrej u egllll:nl enlllkj ' Dangl'r He!urt' Yuur Eye'< Ttll\,q:l1lenl 1»ll'd ;111 lllf)\lr1;llll v.;hnln tu l(l\u'lc[ about he d;lngtr JH\p\"[... llld\hleld replall:rnt:1l1 W(h (l\er 11 lllillun wlnd\hlt'ld' fcplc1u'j l:alh yr:ll e'\.rx:n\,l),hat ll,ln, ml"akt' llljdt: bel;lu,c lclhnll,all :1rC l'l(hc[,()pp> \11 h;;l,'cn'\ Occn (f;;llned properly 1.ltt:/t' l un OtwlOU need fir trj.lllhlg 10 Ju hcjob nghl YS! 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'., ''''', Garlow wets an all-class all-state second team select\on as well as a Class B all state hrst team shortstop for Elkhorn, a team that wnt 28-4 last fall A four-time' all-conference performer, she hit 427 Hl her senior season She also holds Class B records for rhi in a season (44) and tnples n a leason (7) as well al the all-class record for career rbl (128) Garlow S the second ptayer from Elkhorn to sign With WSC, 10lr1lng all-state third baseman MackenZie Knoell, who Sgned Wllh WSC in November "This 1') another exce'llent signmg lor us," Mllfeldt Sd,d "Both players corne' from Cl solid program Wth strong coaching from Terry Graver The two Will add excellent fielding, 'peed ;,p:-jl'ttlr1g prowess to.our lineup ''hey should both m'ake immect\dte contributions tor us next fali N Golf team wins meets round because of tremendous pri:h_ tice ehorts over the pa)t 10 djy "" last Thursday a team of golfers competed at the O'Neill nvite and placed sixth With a J'4 O'Neill won the meet wltha 327 whde Amsworth Wd) second at 340 and Roc!< County. thrd at 34, "t was a mserable day for golf," Munson said, "The Windshield at tee time was 12 degrees and winds were between miles per hour Nick lipp placed 12th_With an 84 while greg Schardt carded an 88 and R,c Volk, 90. Andy Martlll and Nathan Wacker each carded 92's Wayne's other JV teams dualed Stanton on Tuesday in Wayne Wth the V- team wlnnlllg, S while the JV-2 team won, Mike Swerclek was medahst for JV- With a 42 while Brett Parker net ted a 45 Tyler Anderson and layme Bargholz netted 47's and BJ Ruwe. 50 V-2 was led by Cody Onnen who wa 5 medalist With a 40 while ludd Giese (arded a 43 and KeVn Modrell, 47. lash Pieper firll\hed With a 50 and lared Yates, S1

7 ...,,--.. Katie New rifles pitch towllr'dhome plate during one of WSC's six home games last Thursday through Saturday. WSC will compete Jlt the NSle cross over this weekend. Rec cagers compete The Wayne Junior High rec basketball teams competed at the recent Wayne State Tournament, The eighth grade girls were crowned champions after going 3 O. Wayne defeated Wakefield, in the fiist game and Homer in the second contest, The locals downed Pierce in the finals, 34-25, Scoring Recap vs, Wakefiefd Stacie Hoeman; 8; Karissa Hochstein, 6; Rachel Robins, 4; Jamie Backstrom, 4; Allison Hansen, 2; leah Picklnpaugh, 2; lessica Thomsen, 2, Scoring recap VS, Homer-Karlssa Hochstein, 12; Allison Hansen, 6; Stacie Hoeman, 6; Brianna Theobald, 5; Jamie Backstrom, 3; Rachel Robins, 2, Scoring recap VS. Pierce-KariSsa Hochstein, 7; Jamie Backstrom, 5; 5tacie Hoeman, 5; jessi(a Thomsen, 5; Brianna Theobald, 3; Rachel Sports Briefs Robins, 3; Carrie Walton, 3; Allison Hansen, 2; Leah Pickinpaugh, 1 FNAL RECORD: The eighth grade boys placed third after dropping the opener to Woodrow Action, Wayne bounced back to down Norfolk Catholic, and Battle Creek, Scoring recap VS, Woodrow--{:aleb Garvin, 8; Heath Dickes, 7; Ch"s Nissen, 6; Josh Sharer, 3; Aaron Jorgensen, 3; Kayle Anderson, 3, Adam Steinbach, 2 Scoring recap \/5. Norfolk Catholic--{:aleb Garvin, 11, Aaron Jorgensen, 9; Chris Nissen, 5; josh Sharer, 3; Heath Dickes, 2; Kayle Anderson, 2; Trevor Krugman, 2; Adam Steinbach, 1 Scoring recap vs, Battle Creek Caleb Garvin, 16; Chris Nissen, 15, See REC, Page 3A American Legion umpire clinic ismay, 6 WAYNE-There will be a Nebraska American Legion Umpire Clinic on. Saturday, May 6 from 9 a,m, to noon at The American Legion Conference Room in Norfolk. The cost of the clinic S $15 for further information contact Troy Test at Men's'Bowling Association banquet May, :1 WAYN- The annual Wayne Men's 80wling Association Banquet is slated for Tuesday, May, 2 at Melodee Lanes in Wayne, The howling alley will be open for league members only. A social hour will take place from 5: p,m, followed by the Awards Presentation from 6:30-7:15 p.m, Awards will consist of the league champions, city bowling tournament champions as well as other association honors, Raffle tickets will be sold for door prizes and the grand prize will be a $100 gift certififate to Melodee Lanes, There will be a self serve buffet dinner at 7:15 p,m, with free bowling for those interested The banquet is free for members of the Wayne Men's Bowl>ng Association. Wayne Little League/Pony registration set WAYNE-Little league and Pony League baseball practice for ages will begin on Monday, May 15 at 4 p.m at the softball complex, All players must pre-register prior to the first practice, A $12 fee S required. Registration deadline is Monday, May B All practices until May 31 will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 4-5:30 p.m. After May 31, all Little League will practice on Mondays and Wednesdays from 115-2:30 p,m. and Pony League lrom 2:30-4 p.m. at the softball compiex, For more information, please contact the Rec-Leisure Services Office at , Annual Lions County Trode Meet ;s May, 6 WAYNE-There will be a track meet tor boys and girls n grades 1-6 on May, 6 beginning at 10 a.m. at the track located just south of the elementary school. First and second graders are to report at 9:45 a,m, with third and fourth graders reporting at 10:30 a m. and fifth and Sixth graders reporting at 11 :15 a.m. There will be a S3 entry fee for each contestant which needs to be sent with the entry forms by May 3, late entries will be charged $5, Each athlete is limited to three events. Athletes are asked to report to the table east 01 the track building when checking in. Those partlcipants placing first through fifth n their events will reci\le ribbons as well as the top two relay teams. For further-lnlormation contact Dale'Hochstein at <Wayne'Statecloses ;:lyout'home.softb all "schedule'for 2000 The Wayne State softball team closed out the home portion of their sch,edule over Easter Weekend with double-headers against Concordia St. Paul, Winona State,and Dordt. Jon Misfeldt's team ent 2-4during that stretch and currently yield a mark. last Thursday the 'Cats split with Concordla-St. Paul, losing the first game, 7-1 before winning the second game, 3-2, Kim Nielsen was the losing pitcher and the host team was out-hit Tara Minnick tripled for WSC with Melissa Paces, Cadi Drieling and Sarah Herrick each hitting singles, WSC scored all three of its runs in the bottom of the seventh nning tb defeat Concordia, 3-2 in the second game, despite being out-hit by an 8-2 margin, Michelle Lewis was the winning pitcher. Tara Minnick scored the game winner on a passed ball Minnick and Kim Nielsen had WSC's only hlts--slngles The 'Cats were edged by Winona State on Good Fnday, 1-0 and 8-1 n the opener Katie New was tagged with the loss,. WSC out hit the Visitors, 6-5 and the game's only run was unearned. The 'Cats threatened in the seventh inn.ing with runners on second and third with one out but they could not convert. Tara Minnick doubled and singled for WSC with Cadi Drieling notch- The Wayne track teams fared well at the Wisner'Pllger invite on Tuesday as the g"ls won the team title with 116 points With West Point c.c. placing second With 95 Pender followed with 78 with Wisner-Pilger netting 66, Howells, Lyons Decatur, Emerson Hubbard, Elkhorn Valley, Dodge and Homer rounded out the field of teams in order. The Blue Devils had six, first place f>nlshes With Amanda Maryott n on four of those Maryott won the 100 (12.9), 200 (27,5) 400 relay (518) With Leah Dunklau, Sara Ellis and Monic a Novak. That time ')et a new meet record Maryott was also in on the winning 1600 relay timed n with EllS, Andrea Bethune and Heather lach Dunklau won the 100 hurdles (163) and 300 hurdles (495) and she placed second in the triple Jump at 33-9,25 Novak placed thlrd 10 the 100 n 131 and Heather lach was thtrd in the 400 in 649 and,n the long jump at 15-2 while the 3200 relay placed thtrd in 10: 32.5 With Bethune, Katie Walton, EllS and less Murtaugh, Murtaugh also finished third 10 ",.. " 1.1' PURON /' L::R;ER;NTSales Sel'viclJ Exprienced ing two singles. Michelle Lewis and Kim Nielsen each had a base hit. WSC was dealt an 8-1 setback in game two as Michelle Lewis took the loss, The 'Cats were out-hit by a 15-7 margin. Sarah Herrick doubled and singl,ed for WSC with Jessica Hinde. notching two singles, Tara Minnick, Melissa Paces and Carrie Ausdemore each singled, WSC blasted Dordt in the first game of Saturday'stwinbill, 8-0 as Kim Nielsen earned the win. The 'Cats out hit Dordt, 17-6, Jennifer Bernihg led the winners with a 4-4 performance with a double and three singles while Sarah Herrick doubled and had two singles Tara M>nnick doubled and singled With Michelle LewS, Cadi Driellng, and Kim Nielsen pach lacing two singles. Melissa Paces and lessica H'nde each had a base hit WSC lost the second game with Dordt, 4-2 as Katie New took the loss. The host team managed to out hlt Dordt, Heather Conley led WSC's offense With a double and two singles while Michelle Lewis and Cadi Drieling each belt>ng doubles Jennifer Berning, Sarah Herrick, Tara Minni'Ck, Carne Ausdemore and Tonya Brouillette each»ngled WSC will take part >n the Northern Sun Crossover Tournament this weekend n Duluth, Minnesota Wayne girls capture Wisner track meet; Boys place runner-up the800>n2314 "t was" another really balanced team effort with points coming n almoo:,t every track: and field event, / coach Dale Hochste>n said "Our relay\ are starting to take shape." Other placers ncluded the follow jn: 200-MoAicO Novak, fourth, 28,2, 3200-Katw Walton, fourth, t and Amber Ne150n, fifth,, 3:389; Lony }ump..-ashlejgh Awkputa, fourth, ; 400 Mandy Hansen, fifth, 67 0, nple jump A/llsa Dunklau, f,fth, The Wayne boys placed second with 92 P0lnts points shy of Wisner Pilqer. Pender was third With 67 points and Howells netted 59 fol lowed in order by Lyons Decatur, West Point Cc. Emerson,Hubbard, Elkhorn Valley, Dodge adn Homer Wayne had seven, first place fin Shes >nclud>ng Cabe Hammer's wins n the.'>prints with Urnes of 11 O>n the 100 and 225 in the 200 Dev>n Bethune won both distance races With a t"ne 10 the 1600 and ehort in the 3200 and Brad Hansen won the ,059 The 1600 relay was f"st 10 3: 32,5 with 8randon Garvin. 8rad Hochstein, Brad Hansen and Gabe See TRACK, Page SA Sarah Herrlckconnson a pitch for a base hit during recent Wlldcalt contest. Athletic Banquet at WSC set for Sunday The Wayne State College athletic department will hold its annual honors banquet this Sunday, April 30 in the College's Student Center at?p,m, with a reception slated for 6:30 p.m, Tickets for the banquet may be purchased for $15 each. Tickets may be purchased by. stopping by the athletic department or by call ng The featured' speaker for this year's banquet S Paul Sanderford, head women's basketba.1 coach for the University of Nebraska During the athletic banquet, the athletic department Will honor its Male and Female Athletes of the Year and its Male and Female PLUMBNS CONTRACTORS Freshmen of the Year, Finalists for the Male Athlete of the Year Award include Brady Borner of the baseball team, and Eric Henderson from the basketball team, The Female Athlete of the Year finalists are Marsha Knenke from the track and cross country teaft) and KriSta Bernadt from the basketball team Finalists for Freshman of the Year for the men are Nate Hale from the football team and Justin Sanny from the basketball team Finalists for Female Freshman -of the Year are Karen Hochstein from the basketball team and Rayna Nelsen from the volleyball team, Looking for a golf car') Check out MR. 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8 n' The Wayne Herald, Tbu..aday, April 27, 2000 Rec (continued from page 7A) Heath Dickes, 7; Kayle Anderson, S; Josh Sharer, 3; Aaron Jorgensen, 2. FNAL RECORD: The seventh grade girls "Blue" team played four games and placed third. Wayne downed Woodrow Action, 24-2 before falling West Point, Wayne came back to down Norfolk, and lemars, Scoring recap vs. Woodrow-Sarah Jensen,S; Jenny Raveling, 4; Ashley Carroll, 4; Rachel lensen, 3; Michaela Weber, 2; Molly Hill, 2; Casey farrier, 2; Tiffanie Gagner, 2. Scoring recap vs. Well Pomt Jenny Raveling, 8; 'Molly Hill, 3; Ashley Carroll, 2; Sarah Jensen, 2; Rachel lensen, 2;.Dawn Jensen, 2; Makayla Braden, 2; Casey farrier, 1. Scoring recap vs. Norfalk--Ashley Carroll, 6; Micaela Weber, 4; Dawn jensen, 4; Molly Hill, 3; lenny Raveling, 2, Sarah Jensen, 2; Casey Farrier, 2; Tiffanie Gagner, 2, Makayla Braden, 2...Auto-Owners nsunance Scoring 'flcop ls. LfflKrs-Ashley Carroll,.9; Molly Hill, 6; Rachel Jensen, 3; Jenny Ravelk'g, 2; Micaela Weber, 2; Sarah Jensen, 2; Makayla Braden, 2; Case Farrier, 1. Wayne's "White" squad lost' a 69 7 decision to' Battle Creek with Marissa Roney scoting three points, Maggie Schmoll, two, jessica Jammer, one and Katie Langenfeld, one. Wayne also fell to Norfolk, 25.5 with Marissa Roney and lill Schramm scoring two each and Ashley Burke, one. The seventh grade boyl fell to Pflanz in the first game in overtime, but bounced back to place third with a 43'39 Win over Pierce. Sconng recap V. Pflonz-Bryan fink, 18, lared Jehle, 11; Tyler lohnson. 5; Todd Poehlman, 4; Adam Munter, 2; Wade Jarvi, 2.. Scanng recap V. Pierce-Bryan fink, 17; Jared Jehle, 15: Adam Munter, 4; Wade larvi, 4; Todd Poehlman, 3 FNAL RECORD: We'll help keep your boat afloat Northeast Nebraska nsurance Agency West 3rd Street Wayne, NE 375<:696, ",' Track---.; ; (Continued from page 7A) Hammer and the 3200 relay team won in 8:42.4 with Hochstein, Garvin, Hansen and Dustin Schmeits. Garvin added a third in the open 800 in 2:10.4. "The team ran well," Hochstein said. "Our distance runners took more time off their personal bests and Gabe did a nice job in the sprints against some of the best competition we have run against." Aspiring authors Haminerwas clocked at 10.9 n' the prelims of the 100 meter dash. Other placers included: 300 hut dles-brod Hochstein, lourth, 44.2;' 3200-/eff fnsz, fourth, 10:50.0; Long jump-leo Buechter, fourth, ; Shot put-leo Buechter, fifth, ; 1600-Jeff fnsz, fifth, 5:01.6. The following athietes will compete in the Norfolk Classic on Thursday. May 7 begmnlng at 2 pm at the complex Those attending are asked to bring tooll for cleanup and palnt- leah OUnkllu-1OO 300 hur. dies and. tple lu!tlp; Amimda Maryott';;"loo and 200; Monica Novak-loo and. 200; jessica Murtaugh-8oo; 'Emily - kinney, 3200; 4xloo relay-l:eah Dunklau, Sara ElUs, Monica Novak and Amanda Maryott; 4x4oo relay Sara Ellis, Andrea Bethune, Heather Zach, Amanda Maryott; 4x800 Andrea Bethune, Katie Walton,' Sara Ellis, Jessica Murtaugh. Students at Wayne Elementary rec:ently wrote torle$ n conjunction with the Morthealt NelbraJila Reading Anoclatlon's Young Authors' Festival. The storie were then read and a number of honorable mention aw8rdl were prelented to tudents,ln addition, thole students pictured above were presented with certlfkates for their accomplishments. They nclude" front row, left to right, D.'. Dunklau, Ben Bn,flat and Alex Arneson. Back rl)w,,(uh Stuberg, Shaun Kardell and Megan Loberg. The Young Authors' Festival was held n Bloomfield earlier this month. This yoear's featured author was Elizabeth Friedrich, author of Leah's Pony which portrays ill young girl's love for her pony and ndudes a historical background for the G.reat Depreni«m. The festival h held each spring and ncludes sessions for both teachen and students Softball complex clean-up plannedl ThOle youth, adults and parents assocl3ted who use the Wayne Softball Complex are asked to participate in a clean up day. The event Will be held Sunday, ng. All are encouraged to attend A number of projecls need to be com pleted before play can begin at the field ths season Gabe Hammer,.,.-l00, 200 & 400; Brad Hansen, 800; Devin Bethune, & 3200;' JeffEn. 3200; _"!t4j)o--dustlnsc:l)meits, 'Brad Hochstein, Brad Hansen and Gabe Hammer; 4xllOO---,Brad Hochsteln, Brandon.Garvin, Dustin Schmeits and Brad Hansen. The meet s slated to begin at 4:45. p.m. at the "Norfolk High School track..wsc student makes honors presentation Tm Heinemann, Wakefield, will present his honors colloquium, 'Spectroscopic Studies of ron () Polyphenol Complexes: on April 26 at 1 p.m. in the Carhart Science Building, room 122. The spectroscopic characteristics of select Fe () - polyphenol complexes were studied. Selected polyphenois were chosen for their similarities with active compounds found in many herbal remedies, including Echinacea. The colloquium is a requirement of the WSC honors program. t provides an opportunity for students who have been cond\lcting research through independent study to present their projects. They have achieved an overall grade point average of 3.3 or above, and a 33 or above in their malar field of ltudy Heinemann is a snior majoring n chemlltry. following graduation in May, Heinemann will begin employment as a quality assurance chemtst With Cargill nc HS WSC activities include Lambda Delta Lambda, a physical SCience honorary and WSC theater productions He was named to Who's Who Among American Collegel and Universitlel in 1999 He il the son of Eldon and Ellen Hememann of Wakefield Be sure to check earnings record By Greg Heineman odal Secunty Manager in Norfolk Have you received your SOCial Secunty Statement that shows how much you've paid nto SOCial Security and how much you can expe-ct to rt>celve n benefits 7 t o and you haven't checked to set" whether your earnngs record S accurate, you could bp making a bg mistake you, friends and rs. The ChOice Gas selection period isn't over yet. 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9 , _, r ".le Stalling Stalling receives Rookie of, the Year Teaching Award Julie Stalling 'of Fairbury, wife' of Wayne native Chad Stalling, recently received NSEA Rookie of the'year award, Fellow teachers at Fairbury Jr,-Sr. High School nominated he, for the award, She will be honored at the 2000 Nebraska Education Association Delegate Assembly on April 29 in Omaha, Since becoming a teacher at Fairbury last fall, Stalling worked hard contacting parents before school started and also when it was parent/teacher conferences, and she has been devoting hours of lime developing lesson plans among many other teacher duties n addition to her many teaching responsibuities, Stalling has begun a Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter at Fairbury ths fall. By doing so, students from different groups get the opportunity to 'f''' each other n settings other than the regular school routine. Stalling notes, that she loves to teach the Fairbury children and that they mean a lot to her She credits Wendy Brenner, her cooperating teacher when she taught in Fremont, for her succes5 as a teacher. Stalling said that she wanted to become a teacher to be a stable part of childrens' lives and so they would know trey' would always get a smile everyday from her. fellow teachers say they find her enthusiastic, having a good atti, tude, lov,ng teaching, and having a pos'tlve,impa.ct on the school and f:.ommumty Stalling's family consists of her husband Chad, her parents Denny and Carolyn Scheer of Elkhorn Her father is a relired Omaha Public Schools tear her Chad's parents are Gerald and Mary Stalling of Wayne, Wayn'e State First Friday's Program to explore the past vy Reifschneider of Omaha will present 'Letters to Elizabeth," a collection of personal experiences written for her granddaughter aboutllving n Nebraska 85 years ago at the friday Senes at 9 am, May 5, in the Elkhorn Room of the Student Cenler at Wayne State College Ewing named to honor roll The University of Missouri-Rolla has announced that Mary EWing of Wayne has been named to the honor lst for the 1999 fall semester Those On the list earned a mini mum of 12 hours and had a grade point average of 32 or above out of a possible 4.0. Ewing S the dal,jghter of DaVid and Donna EWl1g of Wayne Reifschm'lder began writing at ag" 80 She" 90 and Will relate stofles abou.,t growjng up n northeast Nebra,ka 8S years ago "These are really fa'::.cmatlng stones from a time that very few peo pie rprnernbpr, sdld Jan ' O'Leary, event organzer A WSC sludent, Shana Ryan of SOUX Clly, owa will play "Carnival of Venice'.on flute. A re' ' continental breakfast will be served Although dellgned for senior Citizen appeal, at! ages are welcome to attend Dunng each First Ffldays event, a specal quest 01 honor is re-cognized, birthdays dre acknowledged and a talk or penormance by a member of 'he community or WSC's faclity or stati (ompletes the session For more mformatlon, plea,e cau (402) Don't overlook the impact of federal income taxes on your savmgs. -<;1i6E,cfilllllan to make 1f.rs ljresenttiol,l?. Jeremy SChliman, Wayne, will present his:honors collbquium pr<>ject Pll Apiil 17 at 4 p:rl.tn the -Carhart Science Building, 100m 122. His project is entitled 'The solation of the Phytochemical Myrosinase (thioglucoside glucohydrolase, E.C3_2.3_1) and'development of a quantitative bioassay for 'the determination'of glucqsinolate content in Brassicaceae (the family toft11erly known a Cruclferae)." Fighting anll preventing cancl'< with nutrition is the direction many,pharmaceutical companies and medicaf professionals are going. GluCQsinates are'a class of phytochemicals found in many of the cru <iferous vegetables and hy9rolyzed -by an enzyme called myrosinase., The colloquium is a requirement of the WSC hono" program. t pro- _ vides an opportunity lor. students who have been conducting research through independent study to present their projects. Students must achieve an overall grade point aver- Adkins willpreside at bankers' convention Rick Adkins, President and CEO of the Sewrity National Bank of Laurel, Allen and Osmond, will be presiding at the annual Nebraska Bankers Association convention in Omaha April Adkins was elected as Presidentelect in 1998 and this past year has served as President of the state association. During Adkins' year as NBA President, he has represented the NBA at national and state banking conferences and conventions and attended, American Banking Association, Community Banking Association events and Centfal States Association meetings. n addtion, he has been achvely involved in state and national leg Slative financial issues with frequent meetings in Washington, D.C. The state NBA Executive Council and committee meetings were host- ed in Laurel last June for two weeks. n addition, Adkins has logged thousands of miles of travel fulfming NBA presidential obligations and has visited more than 75 Nebraska banks. "Navigate the New Century" is the theme for this year's convention and participant.s will attend sessions fejturing Dr. lerry Linenger, astronaut/mir cosmonaut; Don Mengedoth, American Bankers Association PreSident; Mark Shields, politcal journalist and Lou Heckler, a peak performance specialist. Following the NBA annual meeting and awards luncheon, Adkins Wll pass the gavel to President-elect Tom Olson. AdkinS Wll continue to serve the NBA as a member of the hecutive Council, Past' Presidents Association and on a national ABA committee. Roy Ley holds a copy of the StJi'eetsCape he'.stgned(on the left). On the right s a piece of letterhead with the logo. Ley designs logo for Main Street Wayne correspondence Official letterhead used at Main Street Wayne includes a streetscape of several buildings along Main Street. The buildings were drawn by Roy Ley, a junior at Wayne High School The drawing symbolizes the plan lor preserving Main Street. The original drawing was done ih watercolor and submitted \p the Main Street Wayne committee as part of a logo contest. Ley, who is currently enrolled n Silly Goose! an ndependent StUdy Art class at Wayne High School, said he created the drawing last summer and turned t n to the committee. The drawing was chosen from several submitted and is now being used on the bottom of letterhead stationary used by Main Street Wayne " was happy to do it." Ley said of hs drawing. Ley is the son of DaVid and Kathryn Ley of Wayne This Goose Goes to the Big City Every Winter Shop Smart shoppers know thalt the best deals are right here at home. 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Main $treet, Wane Busch Busch Light 12 Pak Cans rish Red" $ Pak Cans 720 logan _ill Wayne, Nebraska....D. n U lunch. pecials (April 24-29) - Goulash: potatoes & gravy, salad, dessert; 1/4 Hamburger, Fries & Drink, $2..1\SU -Hamburger Steak S. ogountry,grevy: potatoes, "salad, dessert; 1/4 Hamburgar, Fries & Drink, $2. wednesdlly - Homemade Bresdad Pork Tandarloln: potatoes & gravy, salad dessert; 1/4 Hamburgar, Frias S. Drink, $2. l1l.allllll - Meal Loaf: potatoes & gravy, salad, dessart; 1/4. Hamburger, FrlasS. Drink, $2. ElliY. - Tuna & Noodles: potatoes & gravy. salad, dessert; 1/4 Hamburger, Fries & Drink, $2. - Homemade Chlckan Frlad Staak: potatoes & gravy. salad. dessert; 1/4 Hamburgar, Frias & Drink, $2. losh Murtaugh Murtaugh awarded WSC scholarship JOh Murtaugh of Wayne fj.a received the Roberta "Mom" Welte Scholarship to continue his studies at Wayne State College thi fall. Murtaugh, a 1999 graduate of Wayne High School, S the son of John and Mary Murtaugh. He is a freshman majoring in industrial management. At Wayne State, he S a member of the academic honorary Alpha Lambda Delta. the campus wide honorary Circle ( and the Technology Club He is an assistant coach and referee for the Wayne youth wre,tling program Students do well at music contest The Wayne High School nstrumental Music students participated n the DStrict Music Contest on April 14 at Norfolk High School High School Band Director Brad Weber, Middle School Band D1rector Keith (o!"perud, Strrngs nstructor Barb Cillan and Student Teacher Myron Poellnecker report the following results Excellent ratings Large groups lazz Band. 50 los - lelllca Woehler, Aprrl Wlct", Nicole Trevett and Megan Weber Superior ratings Large and small groups VarSity Concert Band, lall Band, Brass Ensemble, Percuo:,Slon E.nsemble and String Trio Solos - EriC 5haprro, Nick LPP, on Gathle, Ja>on GangwlSh. Brandv lones. 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Featured speaker was David Knox, who has addressed more than 200,000 salespeople in five countries over the past 10 years. Knox is dedicate<ho raising the Wefessionalism of the real estate industry and providing.practical sales and business strategies that increase productivity. Other national speakers included Roll Anderson and Bob Sharpe. Anderson is also a consultant, trainer.and an author on computers and real estate. Sharpe specializes On the nternet and online marketing. The Greater Sioux City Board of Realtors also hosted a Trade Show.." with booths from various business connected with real estate. Nolte and ncn are members of the Noriolk Board of Realtors Dr. Alan Boye. professor of English at Vermont's Lyndon State College, will be leading the Neihardt Summer Seminar, Creative <Nonfiction from Pre-Writing to Publishing "t will provide students With a close study of the writing procell and with practice in its compon."t parts of pre-writing, composition, revision and editing. On a practical level, the seminar would provide students with a wealth of pragmatic, Simple and effective tools to make them more efficient writers The course would be based n part on a course developed at Vermont's Lyndon State College and which now serves as the foundation for all 01 our writing and education programs. The success of this course S evident not only in the numefqus student comments about,t, but also n the EnglSh department's assessment protocols where t consistently rank<:. as the course April is designated as Sexual A.ssault Awarenesss Month Old you know that aile out of every tour Ameflcan females will be se,ually assaulted n their lifetime and one out of every SX male be sexually assaulted before they are 18 7 Elghty four percent of sexual as'i.ault victims knew ther attacker ThiS S not a crime about sex, but one of pown, control, and humilaton of victims Anyone can be a victim of sexual assault t could happen to your mother, your grandmother, your sistrr, your brother, your daughter, your' son, or t could happen to you f you or someone you know has been s.exually assaulted or ':. n a VfOlent relationship, help" avarlable Call Haven House at (Wayne), (South Sioux City) (Hartington) or 1 BOO-B76-623B StateWide 24-hou" a day StaJtlstiC'l from the Nebraska Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Coalition y PlttrErtcksori, 'aeft;. i",ne e _. With" Dii\'ci Kiox during a recent f'4!treat they lttendect. Knox spoke on rals ngthe professionalism n the real estate ndustry. Neihardt seminar offered which best meets ts learning objectives," Boye said 'n addition, the Neihardt Seminar would provide a workshop selting for students at all levels who are nterested in writing and understanding creative non-fiction _ Biued on my years of teaching both [i,tion and non-fction workshops; and drawing from my xears of experience asa wnter, publisher and editor; this part of the seminar will give students a way to apply what they have learned about their own writ ng procesws and to present it to a community of readers," Boye contmyed p'itlk -,..., fu... ujlk Boye's nonfiction and drama have appeared nationally \lnce 1971 His books nclljd Holdlllg Stone Hands On the Tead of the Cheyenne Exodus and The Complete RoadSide CUlde to Nebraska Recent non-fiction has appeared n Wild Wet, Yankee. Southern Humanities Review, Old Farmer s Leslie Ne,"rs Edna HanSt'n 402<'i'7-2:l46 EVN DOZEN CLUB MEETS The Even Dozen Club met on Aprd 1B With Dorothy Meyer a\ hostess Twelve- me-mrs were pre-- '>E'nt Dar' ;'lebef, president, COrlducter bu'sne'ss meetng Delores wbrandt read the minutes of the last meeting and lrna Botlger gave the treasurers report Plans for the guest day meeting was dscussed Members are to bring a guest and a Mother's Day poem or readmg The birthday song honored the Aprrl birthday of Leoma Baker A plant exchange was hejd Card,:> were played for entertain ment With Darlene Dolph and Nelda Hammer high prtze Winners and Verona Henschke low The guest day metlng May 16 and Will be held at the Wakefield enior Center Wth Donna Roeber as hostes.s SERVE ALL CLUB HOLDS MEETNG The Serve All Club met Aprd 19...i.., \ may seem like a simple-. but il call save your life f you dg mto a lullwll gas line, you could cause a fire or explosion. 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His series of essays, "Just Walking the Hills of Vermont," is produced by Vermont PubliC Radio Boye teach es writing and literature return the completed apphcation form and the S10 matriculaton fee ndteate the cia':>':> tor which you wish to reglter C arnplj housing S ENG 396/ Nelhardt Seminar "Creative Non-Fiction from Pre Writing to Publ"hlOg" (3 credits) lune Monday-friday 8 30 am pm. Saturday 9:00 am pm There Will be a pre-meeting June P m 1 00 P m Dr Alan Boye For more ntormatlon, please call Wayne State College Humanities D""lon at (402) , or to regster, call (402) New students should' call or write the Adml,:>s,lons ottlce lor the admis Son appll(dtlon form When you available- With [lind Han':.en d':> hos.tess SX f1wmbrr\ Jfl'iWNPd roll call by nam ng their grdndpaff'nh'" and whf'rf' they had rved Virginia l eonmd pre,:>,dent, pres;dpd at the business meeting Glee Cu':>tafson wa\ named vice presjdnt The rrl1nute of the last meeting and treasurers report were read by Edna Hansen A thank you from the famly of Grace lange was read The club w,ll help With bingo at the Waketleld Care Center n lune and September The June 9 committee 1S Gertrude Ohiqulst, Glee Gustafson, VirglnlJ Leonard, and Dorothy Dmkell - The club plans to tour the MPM Dairy south of Wakefield May 24, and will have lunch n Wakefeld after the tour The hostess had entertalllrnent With Glee Cu':>tatson and Virginia wlnnlllg pnzes, They.11\0 won the hostess gifts The next meeting" lune 21 With Allee Hemann as hostes5 AD ASSOCATON FOR LUTHERANS The Aid AsSOCiation for Lutherans met on Aprrl 16 at S. John's Lutheran Church n Wakefield With around 35 members and guests attending Guest speakers were Larry and Ros.e Mason of Dixon explaining therr work With the buhalos and the tourist attraction at their ranch known as Tar Bo)! Hollow Rose demonstrated weavng at the buffalo fur nto yarn and ;howed finshed tems of clothing made fro[n the yam A business meeting followed with kenneth Thoms"n, charrman, p''' siding. BUSneSS discuss"d ncluded a bus trip to be held n the summer. Dom pnz" winners were Dorothy Brudigam and Amold Brudlgam. Hosting the meeting were Les and Elaine Menke and Gene and Delores Helgren. The next meeting i May 21 with Neva and Melvin Kraemer and Carolyn and Walden Kraemer hosting. Free Estimates THEGUTER CREW Seamless Gutters & Downspouts 28 Years of Experience Art Sehi (402) Steye Cornett (402)7'76-2&46 PO Box 27 Ollkdale, NE (402)

11 EthlC(SUpf/8te'(s. Alii";' gp.ofpeoplewereon hand at this season'.stlnt Business After Houn sponsore by the special 1\.",tl.Commleeof the Wayne Area Chamber of Sponson. Business spon son for thell\lenlng nc'uded, front row, left to right, Anne Nolte (1st Realty), '1m Shanks (W.,neHerald),Ph.Grless (Medlcap Pharmacy) and Dr. Stephen Becker (Wayne Dental CUnk). 8ac:k row, 'ulle Hansen (KTCH), Bill Claybaugh (TW' Feeds), Steve Mur (First National nsurance Agency) and Scott Hasemann (Schumacher Hasemann Funeral Home). Students participate in extravaganza Alison Baier, daughter of David and Joan Baier, Heather Zach, daughter of Karen Zach, Karie Mitchell and Kelly Mitchell, daugh. ters of Dennis and Kathy Mitchell and Natalie Fendrick, daughter of Norm and Nancy Fendrick took part in the Piano Extravaganza on April 1 in Peru, The girls are plano students of Mrs. Marcile ljken of Wayne. The Piano Extra>laganza S a spe cial event that brings together pianists playing duets simvltaneou; lyon stage with 16 plano and 32 pansts perfonming duet music at the same time Those particlpatmg learned their duet parts before commg together to rehearse that day Various divisions of musk with difficulty of music advancing from Croup One to Croup tight Natalie Fendnck played in Croup Three and AlSon Baler and Heather Those attending the Plano Extravaganza ncluded, left to right, Allso Baler, Heather 2:ach, Karle Mitchell, Kelly Mitchell and Natalie Fendrick. Zach performed together as dld Kane and l<ejlv Mite hell Both groups played n Croup light A mass (omen wa qlven n the evt:?nlng Wth NorrTl and fendrick, Denlll':> <inti!"v1tchell, Karen lmh (lnd Ukell dttendmg NMl(Y k,hl\ MdfC lif' Band Clinic open to high school students ScholarshipS are available to 9th 11 th grade high school students to attend the SXth Masonic A Star Marching Band CliniC, July 18 n, al the University at Nebraska Lincoln The band Will lead the Shnne Bowl parade Saturday, July n at 9:30 a.m in Havelock, and will per form during halftime at the Shrine Bowl football game,(6 30 pm. kfck off) al Memo"al Stadium The Nebraska MasoniC Crand Lodge hosts the clinic A number of scholarships are available from local MaSOniC Lodges and affiliated MaSOniC organizations acros he state tur expprleflcpd students Thl? scholar",hlps will cover the reglstratlor-, fef' anrl pxpf'nsp<" excluding ran<'pilfl,h()'j (ost\ to and frorn (nrulr feql\trrlt1on deadline' S A-)' ")0 AllH,danc e S limited to 500 \tucknt\ lnterested Nehrd\ka hlqll "chool band student, ",hould corqdc their band n':>tructor Uf Hw Grand Lodge office n LH(Jln.11 0(1 )8-80)9 or S 4640 l. (jrrt'p()ndence may be, senl lu,1d'l(jrll( A )tar Marchmg Band (lillie, errand Lodge of Nebra,k., POBox Lincoln. NE 68S01 tudents may also apply to dtlend dnd pdy the $200 fpe T.hev rnu\[ hd\'f' tllplf band dlrertnr\,lprro\,,-jl 'Studpnts. whn atle'lided the pre V)OUS (Hll( tound ttwrn 1(1 be a rewdrdmq arid f-')(( illrllj f'drnlng opportunity," \dld James Brown, jr, Cran.d Md\ter of the Grand lodqe of Nf'bra,:>ka "1he n\lrudlon S excellent, and the "tljdent'l enloy worlqng With mofe" than 200 other band member'} from ac ro\\ the state The facillll '':. are tht' very be':>l n the state, toppf'd ott With two pedormance' n rnprps\\p locatlons" Recognized at UN-l. Honors convocation A number Df UN L students frdm the surrounding area were recognized recently at the 72nd annual All-University Honors Convocation at the Nebraska University Coliseum ncluded n the list of those hon ored are: Justin Paulson, and Lana Schutte, both of AUen; Sandy Burbach, Ryan Junck, Krista Magnuson, Melinda Oliver, Erica Stoltenberg, and Robert Wittler, all of Carroll; Brad John"", of Concord; Rachel Dec k' 01 Hoskins; Megan AdkinS, Beau Bearnes, Anthony Hall, Katherin Monson, Davld Ochsner, and Penny Stone, all of Laurel, Alison Ben':>on, Brandon Kal, Sara Mattes, Peler Taber, and AlySa Utecht, all 01 Wakefield, Meillsa Baler, Hailey Daehnke. Kmsy Lubberstedt. Matthew Meyer', and Nathan Salmon. all of Wayne The honored students ncluded 33 recognized as Chancellor's Scholar> for earnmg penee! 40 grade-point averdges throughout their academc careers at UNL (and any other post-':>econdary instltu tlons they may have attended). 385 seniors as Superior ).cholars for hav ng grade-point averages in the upper three percent of their col iege" or for being on the honors list since ther matriculation as freshmen, and 2,B7S students m all class es as High Scholars for having cumulative grade-point average, of 3.6 or higher on a 4.0 scale (Note an asterisk denotes a 4.0 CPA) "Wayne State 'student receives Web site award /'. Wayne State College student Tim 'Rudy" Richter of Omaha tied for third place among more than 400 entries in the Broadcast Education Association Student nteractive Multimedia Contest. The award was presented on April 8 in Las Vegas; Nev. as part of the BEA and National Association of Broadcasters. Conventions. The SEA Convention and Exhibit was April.7 10 at the Las Vecjas Convention Center and followed by The National ASSOCiatOn of... Broadcasters' Annual Convention &. Expo, which is attended by more than 100,000 broadcasting profes lonals. The BEA offers the opportu nity tor ndividuals to attend both an du.cational and d protesslonal trade convention at the same Ume "t's nice to be recognlled by an organildtion' such as the BfA,' Rchter s lid RChter tied for third place With hr5 entry, "Rudy's Jukebox," n the "to pefluade/sell" online category He tied With Sean Pruitt of the Unlverslty of Oklahoma Rudy', lukebox was developed a':> d potential solutlon lor colleqe and/or smilll radio stations 10 quickly catalog their CD inventory Jt provides for easy inventory (ontrol and fracking," Richter said The award-winning. VVf'b "te was part of R;chter's portfolio work lor a Web publishing (l<1s\ t.:tuqht by Eddie Elfers, humanltlp<' J)\\lant protp<;sor at \'\ayne Statt Colleqf' "The entire (WS() hurnanltle J(;t ulty S wonderful, E:ddle tlfrl\. {JovE' Ogden, and Maureen CdfflQq h,lvf> all h-elped me out trenwnc.k.lu\\, Richter said WSC ohered rnt? a chance' to cont,nllp lly f'du(dtl[)f) while contlnuil\g my l Meer t 11,){ SP-f'rned to be the be..,! ')olutlon,ll the tlme " Richter S a lon traoitlchlal..,uj dent who has re\umed his fxhsul1 ()! a college degree throuqh (ld\ws tau'ght on the Web and porttollo ((pdlt He S workmq on a ma,,'i (nrnrnunlcallons mdlc,r With an unline (ornmun!( all(ms mlno artd S working as a Wpb analy<:,t lor HnR, lfl{ n Omaha HOR 1\ (n enqlflppr f;q dnd Mchltpctural (Um)dny R( hter '" rep()n\'ble for tlw Priglneeflny areas on thp (ornpany s llternal dnd,:>pvprj!;'xtprlldl VVe-b 'lte's The WayneHerald, TursdaY,i\pri CONGRATULATONS to the Coloring Contest Winners: 0-4 Age Group 1st - Douglas Matthewl 2nd. Emma Loberg 3rd. Nicole Fran'cls t Thank ",,' Age Groyp; 1st - Kelsey Puis 2nd. Libby Henschke 3rd. Vanessa Christensen you t) all Who participated".l1... your plc lures were GREAT! i Captain Video i 1'1 (rll''' 509 Dearborn, Wayne. \ SEAMLESS GUTTERNG /, ii r HLF ( UllUfc (illl rill' ijo/.'l {1l1/1(1'(/(',' (' (/)/']'(\ rodu\ W:: 17/ 1f,7() '" Si/{)(}f, 1(,;')...dr o. 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":,.,,,.::r': German students participate in MOcJern Language Day,omptitinsant UNL Eighteen German students from Wayne High School participated in Modem language Day competitions at the University of Nebraska Lincoln and returned with ribbons Signifying Very Good and Superior in several events, They also received medals and trophies for six First Place wins, The 24th annual Modern Language Fair at UN-L on March 13 attracted about 1,300 students in grades nine through 12 for a day of language competlton and exploration Students of French, German, Spanish, Russidn' and laranese entered a varlety ol pvents focusing on general heme"llnkmg Language and Cullure New VOCes in a New Century," n the poster' competition a postr by flysia Mann and ngrid Simoes was raled t.jpnlor dnd won Firs.t Plare A pmler by l r,jlq Olson and Greg )chardl recplved J )upenor. Joe BrummL name tag also received a Sl1pe"rlor, whle Roy Lf'Y rf>peatpd his success from lat year with a Superior and trst PldCe n the German poetry (ompetltlon the udges gave lngrid )Jnloes, Roy Ley and Greg )chardt a Very Good and ElYSa Mann, Mark finn. Ann Temme, Caitlin >laser, 'arah Hoistedi. Katie Rober' and le""fer Taber, a Superior n the German musc (ompetl bon, Brahms' lullaby "Cuterl Abend, gut' Nacht," sung by joe Brurnm, Kristin fchtenkamp, Kenneth KopperlJd, Jodi )towalpr K,lthryn Taber and Ann Trnnw received a Suppnor and Fir\t Plac e, \ evpl Brig CPr] Harold \tpm\. f" Montana ArlllY Ndt)Of\,1: (.,ljdl\) \ assistant ddlulanr Cjpr:Hdl,,,\,1\ fe"cent!y honored dljflnq d rt'llf me-nt and (hange of (OmJlldH.J t'l emony n the Guard Rr1{ kt,ll!\' helcopter conlf-'lej. lot dtt'd r1t'm tl". import n Helena, Mont Stearn') is retiring With 3) Vt:\df\ lr miltary service', culminating wltf', the command 01 the Guard', 24R6 s.oldlns stationed throuqtiout \f' state The Cenefdl's Career bpq,h f' Robert Swee,tland, trom Wayn," State College, pre')ented a,:>e':>sllh'1 entitled "USng L,leralure Mathematic;" at the Nebrask" ASSOCation 01 Tt:'d{ bpr,> MathematC":. (NAl M) )HlfJ ConferencE'1n North Plalle fe{ Pllly Nebraska teacher':> df{"' loukhlcj ll, the future n rnathf>matks edl tion. Math leac he"r from 3C ros,> \11" state gathered n North Platte {) find ways to mprovp the quality V' their clas.s.room The one and a hall day (onlpr ence allowed elementary. middle Wayne HighSchool COerman students pose for a pcture fojlowlng competition during Modem Language Day language activities n Lincoln recently. The students 'rllnked high.n iii number of different <categories and brought home iii numbe.. of Superior ratings and First Place honors. n Level, Jeff Ensz was awarded a Superior and First Place for his performance of Kurt Weill's "Mack the Knife" Superior and Honorable Mention went to "0 du lieber Augustm,",ung by Caitlin Blaler. leff frlll. )arah Hoisted!, Kenneth KopperlJd. Roy ley and Jennifer Taber Wayne had two entries in thp Stearns retires from military servlce 1 (f! ') n the Montdnd Armv Natlunal ()\Jdrd n 1967 he t(!ok hs l.. UrnnH,>lon d'> drl Artrllrry OHlcer Pnor to this aslgnmpn{, Brlqadler Cer-,elal Stearns SNvf'd as CofTlmandant of thp Monlana MilrlM'y' A( ddflrllv, and most rh'pnt v <:1" the Deputy tdlf' AJ('d (urnmander, MOf1t2Hid Army National Cuard Brig Cen, Stearn'S and his wife, \heila, now make their home n Wdyrw where ".he S thf' prt',>!dent ot Wayne Stale College Sweetland presents at NATM spring conference CROSS COUNTRY CELLULAR Authorized CElWLARo.- Dealer OUakl,(:ltUTofr-Hm""'-5955",.6f1tUliDit1itrar. 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TP 5pon<,or<, hoth State honor ThesE' qudprlt'\ r1 "0 qualltv h'qh ')(honl "pnlor on Pit her the SAT of Npbraska r{"cognltlon (erpmonles Rf'(ognltlon,Ceremonies and d lor "tate recoqrlltloll or the ACl TP..., rf'(onltion (pre to be- held at the Ur;lver':.lty of CrMld Rf'coqnltlon Cnenlony, fur r1 dddltlol tn tht' (,rdnd mnnl(') Me thp lafl.1f'\t 01 their kind Nebraska-l'nco1n Nf'braskd the very hlghpst 'lcoring ':.tudents Rf l (ognltlon Ct>rernonv, mally f) tht-' rljtjon vyilh rjf'afl\ 4) 000 (O!,)f'UrTl al 2 P fll on 1,-ly 2S tor \luderlh nvllpd to the Crdnd lalenl )PM( l f'm1hlpanh,he' al'>(l f'dff-'l(" \tljr1f-"-,t\ dl\(1 1E-',lC f-1f'f\ brl(jht tljdprll\ d( fn"" the Unllp(i Rf"Cuqrllt1or1 (. erprt1clily ejrfwd a hcj10rpd tit (Pft'[T1(Jrlll'''i r thf'lf l\!pr,d,f)i) "1 19 C N State<, Thp f'\,pn\ " \p"n\orpd by Trldtr' ()f vprhdl \(orf' on the home <,tdtp \'\'orklr1q wilh h{!\t Mil lip the Dukf' l)nl\'t'[\lly ialf'nt Sl hola<,tlt A,),)f'\rTlf'rlt Tf'<l1 (SAn or oert1l( 11l<'!llu(()1<" TP \P{'fl\U\ "\ 1 de:ntlfi((lon Proqrdllt the Amerlldl1 College TestJrHJ dlfiprf>nl :.tdle,prelllorlp\ in te, t, ThiS year, more th,j[1 21, 00 tu- A<'E').ment (ACT) hlghe"r than 90 state talent Spare h rpglon denb are ff1vlled alt{'rhl StJlt' pf"r pnt 01 (uplje-borlli hlqh school SpPdkpr\ dt the,t<he-' (prf'lwf\e's Recognition l ('f'ltlorlit'\ Student\ f'nlor,> as part p TP'\ l()th rhif1\jal f)( ludt' UlV('\Jy,1dn,1l1\lralor\ nvited to the 1iP (t'fpmorllf-' 1,f'nl )f"mch dr1ll profp\\\.w" \Llle c1nd l1o\'t'rr1 earned,,(orp,>!tldt would bf the ()t hp 8/,U34,>tudCflt\ who par T-"'nt ()ttl(ldh,,1ld furmer lip \u l)t'!ll" \tudf>flh,1ttt-'11l1nl1!lit:"' '.ldte-' r\ht'r't\ (\nd \!:it,(,;\ H11,-'rp'dt'd P).!dlt'll\ )t-'dr(t:,\h()ld(j (>lola, \ the' Duke LJnlver<:.lt" lip oh(p l()f r1hhp 1'1 t ()flndl'()n le1t'phuf1l' \,".,j(\(' \tudprlt\ Wlttl an,'l\lprl\k,ho q\lc-illt\ fur trw (,rjrlcj kt,( 0llnllllH'1 \.. _Helping with habitat t'u--'(llurl\i Tlrie State National Bank alltd Trust Company presented 100 spruce seedlln9s to Logan Creek Pheasants forever. They will be hand planted by the Chapter along with other trees and shrubs to fill n treel. and shrubs missing n existing protects. The Chapter s planting n excess of 4,000 trees and shrubs this season and will also continue to plant nest ng cover and supply seed for food plots. for fiscal yea the dollars spent by Logan Creell< Pheasants Forever to date on habitat: exceeds $24,000. The chapter.. auso experimenting with direct seeding of shrub seeds and would like to provide controlled burns to mprove grassy cover. Endicott is Air Force "DEp l volunteer Adam G Endicott 01 Wayne. son of Donald and Nancy EndCott, recently enlisted in the Air Forle's Delayed Enlistment Program He is a 1998 graduate of Wayne High School and S scheduled to attend Air For<e Training al Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas on May 24. According to SrA Bill Eihusen, the local Air Force Recruiter located in Norfolk, Adam will earn credits toward an Associate' Degree n Applied Sciences through the Community College of the Air Force upon completion of Basle Traning and Technical Training School. EndicOtt will be enlisting in the Security Forces career field.

13 Miller5chultzewedinOsmond Erin Miller and Tim Schultze, both of Wayne, were married Feb. 12, 2000 at mmanuel Lutheran Church in Osmond. Pastor Gary Trowbridge officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Lorin and Judy Miller of Bloomfield and Dennis and Sharon Schultze of Osmond. Music for the ceremony was provided by organist Deb Clausen of Wausa and vocalists Jennifer Thomas of Wayne and Krlstle Schultze of Mlnneapo'lis, Minr. Selections 'induded "Parents Prayer," "Valentine" and "Two Candles." Maid of Honor was Shannon Stark of Verdigre, iriend or the bride. Matron or Honor was Shelley Krueger of Columbus, si,ter of the bride. Bridesmaids we"" lenni Nelson of the groom and Eric Miller of Bloomfield, cousin of the bride.. A reception was held at the 'Osmond City Hall following the ceremony Mary Luhr of juniata and Veronica Jaqua of Wayne registered guests. Hosts were Dennis and Bonnie Kumm of Osmond and Paige and Troy Poppe of Bloomfield. ludycarisen of Wausa, aunt of the bride, served punch. The bride is a 1992 graduate of Bloomfipld High School and a 1996 graduate of Wayne State College. She is currently a supervisor assl:",- tant With Region V in Wayne The groom graduated from Q5mond High School in 1994 and Mr. and Mrs. Scze bride. Jared Winger) and )asim-il.qf1 Rentlell. both of Osmond, friends o!- Wpyne State College n 1999 He i, employed as a draftsman at D.V fyfe Tech n Wayne The couple" at home in Wayne 4-H program impacts youth AmerCa's youth organizations rank. second only to public schools in the number of youth reached by their service, each year. From summer camps to afterschool day care to mentoring relationship" 4-H 'has much to give to youth. Summer camp often provides wonderful memorie,. of being one With nature. meeting new people and gaining a sense' of freedom associated with living in a new environment. Camp experience's can provide youth with' valuable time with friends and adults. Whether t S wilderness camp or Just communing with nature. camp' can ncrease a variety of competences rn youth The concept of mentoring-palring novice's with those who had 'more ex.perience -!:. not new. However, Will Davis Sav-Mor Pharmacy leafy Vegetables May Decrease Macular Degeneration Risk The macula 1\ the par1 of the eye that 1\ re'pun"ble for fine vl"on Then the macula " damage" fine V"un " lo,t or ' dimlnl\hed n the US and Europe, nwcuhu Jt'etJt'rca/()n is the mot common cau",e of evere vlion 10\\ n person'. aged 55 and ulder. Numerou,,tudie, have,hown that people who con,ume large quantitie, of dark, leafy green vegetable, (herbs u,ed for fuod) have e';; nsk for ths,enou, problem, The,e plants cuntaln nutnent, called (aruleno,d, (Some supplement' contain carotenoid, from plants) Two carotenod, - lutein and zeax anlhln. are concentrated n the retina, of human, and other primates, A report n a 1994 issue of The Journal of rhe Amencan Medical ASJOcUlrion descriqes the evaluation ';f 876 individuals aged 55 to 80. Of this number, 356 had age-related macular degeneration, Persons with the highest intake of dark. leafy green vegetables had 43% lower risk for macular degeneration as compared to those with the lowest intake. SaY Mor Pt\armacy 1022 /_ M!ln St, - Wayne, NE.. ' $6,4293 Omaha, friend of the bride, Sandi Miller of Bloomfield, sister-in law of the bride and Kristie Schultze of Minneapolis, Minn., sister of the groom. Katelyn Miller,of Bloomfield, niece of the bride, was f1owergirl. Ryan Krueger of Columbus, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer.,<; Candlelighlerl!s were Justin Krueger of Columbus and Matthew Miller of Bloomfield, nephews of the bhde Scott Schultze of Lincoln; brother of the groom, served as best man Groomsmen were Kyle Streich of Osmond, friend.of the groom, Corey Miller of Bloomfield, brother of the bride, Pat C'ansebom of Osmond and Jake Luhr olluniata. _'rienels of the groom Ushers were D'lf1 Krueger of Columbus, bfother-n-law of the youth anq adult mentoring has gained much attention as an inten" tion strategy to develop life skills n youth while recognizing canng adults. When done well, mentonng programs can have a powerful mpact on both adults and youth n 4-H, the mentoring begin, with an adult volunteer who has a li.rm commltm!'nt to youth Through club meetings, prolect sess.lons and 4 H event5, volunteers provide ongoing,upport of their youth partr",r. A 19-month study do"e by Big Brothers/Big Sisters showed tha almosl all youth partners improved the,r,attendance n $chool More than three-fourths 01 the youth partners mainlamed or improved thetf conduct and met school performance goals More than hal1 malntaind or im'proved their academk performance As a strategy to enhance the wellbeing of youth, mentonng require, time and ehort 4-H provides the per)et forum for Such relationships through ac t,ve participation between adult and youth partners Mentorjng (an be a powf'rful trat{' gy to enhance the well-being uf young ppople While the research on the bene/ll of camp 'have' focused mo':>tly on youth with ')peclal need''), camp seems to ncrease se1-e'lteems lor everyone This self-esteem (an stem (Week of May 1-5) Meats served dally at nuon fat reservations. call Each meal serv..d With. bread 2% milk and cohee Monday: Beef roast, whipped potatoes &: gravy, corn, seabreeze -r/. l' Amy Malchow ';...' EXtenlllon:fd'"'!tOr <\lit? no.p--' 4--1f & Youth from!parnhlg Jnd ma<:.tering new kdls 1 he' (,.arneglf (oun( i on Ad()\nc en1 Upvelopmenl Ti;"por!) thd\ program", \ulh a 4 H provide oportunltp tor young people- to e)fwrif'rl( E' ",ue (f's':>. Through positlvp and meanmqful relationships, vqult- df'vf-'oppcj a <:.en<:.l? ut belong HVj Youth devf:'{) pro-\o(lal skills '>U( 'l d'" (ontl,( t resolution skills dnd salad. plums Tuesday: ChiCken a' la kll1g peas. strawberries, bs(ulls, vanilla pudding Wednesday: Baked ham, sweel potatoes. wax beans, blueberry leila salad, hay'tack leadership skills Youth development program, sue h a, 4-.H play a crucla' role n developing life skill, Also, 4-H pro vide} an important opportunity and support. that allow all young people to parllclpate and impact today's society f you are nterested in 4-H and camps, please contact your local Counly ExtensOn Office Wayne County ha, several partial camp scholarships are available for 4-H'ers who apply. these applications are due n the ExtenSion Office on May SOURC[: lanet E Fox. Extemlon 4 K Youth Dev..lopment SpeCialist - NU:ANR MAY CALENDAR May 1 -- NlfA Grant ApplCations Due May 1 _. Buck calf prolects n..ed to be started May 12 - Horse D, due ro the ExtenSion OH({" May 12 Dlltne! and State Horse Show EnlnE's Duf' May S Dlslnct Camp Registrations Due May )tyle '.how planning meeting, vvayne CourthousE' May 29 Memo"al Day ObSPf'iPd (omit (J closed) May 31 - Horse rf'glstratlons due tor June 7 Horse Clinic ConegateMeal Menu Thursday: SalSbury steak. French baked potato, be<'t'. sweet pckle, dinner roll, Royal Anne cherries Friday: Salmon. loaf, scalloped potatoes. broccoli, apple ring. party cake Briefly Spealdng Bridge Club to begin season lllr, and! Mn. Reeg WAYNE (May 1-4) l\1onday: Chicken patt" gret>n beat,>, cookie. pedf, AREA - The Wayne Country Club Bridge season will begin Tuesday, May 2. Those planning to attend are asked to call Marge Summers at or Dorothy Aurich at by April 30 Lunch will be served at noon with play to begin by 1 p.m Those who have not played at at the Country Club are encouraged to join the group. Mrs. Summers or Mrs. Aurich are Aurich are available to talk to prospective players. Happy Worker< play pitch. CARROLL - The. Happy Worker, met April 19 with Mary DavS a, hostess, Nine members and bne guest, Ruth Paulsen, were present Ten point pitch was played with prizes going to Henrietta Cunnmgham winning high, Glady, Rohde. low and Phyllis frahm. traveling The next meeting ""ill be Wednesday, May 17 at the home of Lucille Schnoor PEO chapter listens to history of Wayne State AREA - Chapter Ai. PE.O. met April 18 n the home of Cail McCorkjndale. Assisting the hosl'ess were Gnny Otte, Marilyn Carhart and Marie Mohr Chapter A1 voted to sponsor a lemae student's educational loan These low inlerest loans are available hrough PEO chapters nternarionally. For more information on this and other types of financial assistance available through P(,0. for wometr's educatjonal pursuits, contact a member 01 PE 0 Followmg the buslnes5 meetinl, Lucille Peterson presented a program detading the h"tory of Wayne Siate College. from ts founding by lame,, Pyle to the present School Lunches_ Tuesday: Nachos or Taco salad, corn, orange Juice, muhm Wednesdi3y' ROeHl polk mashed potatoes, bun, pear hes, (ake Thursday: PlJWC hes lett ue e salad. pineapple, cookie f-dday: Spaghetti, pedl rf'n(h bread apple cmp Milk served With each m 31 Also dvailable dally' chef '> salad, roll or Cfdck;> fruit or luke, desert Anniversary to be noted AlVin and Ardyce Reeg of Wayne Will observe thell 50th anniversary With an open house on Sunday. May 7 The event Will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. at Our Savior lutheran Church n Wayne Hosting the event will be the couple's children and thell families. rhe couple requests only the presence of family and friend') WtNSDE (May 1 4) Wild We,t Week Monday: Chuck Wagon chili, grn bt>"n., pea, buns Tuesday' Cowboy chicken, smashed buds With gravy, gojde-n nuggets, wild grapes, bum, Wffinesday: Hoe down googles sad die tnes, applesauce:', bum Thursday: ranks ami bem. pe-ds. pt:>3ches, 13''>'>0 pudding, buns Friday: Buck a-roo burger, burr spulh _apricots, cookjt' Milk se-rve-d Wth each mt"al Grades 6"12 have (holce' 01 sajad bar dally free flight t8-aining g,.ound school 0p1en to public The Wayne Municipal Airport Authority is sponsoring a free flight training ground school C1ssei are being held every Saturday from 10 a.m, to noon at the Wayne Municipal Airport in Wayne. Classes are open to everyone ages 16 and up. New students are welcome and can start at anytime. For more details, direct questions and comments to the Wayne Airport Manager at Senior Center Calendar (We,, of May 1 5) Peterson; Pool. dominoes. card' and Monday, May 1': May Basket qullttng, 1 p.m Exchange. Shape up a m, Thursday, May 4: Bowling, Cards, dominoes, quilting. 1pm. pm, Dominoes, card"and quilting. Tuesday, May 2: Bowling. 1 Scrabble, Cards and QUlttlng,_;!' p.m Wednesday, May 3: ndoor wall< ng am. MusC With Ray The family of Gerthy lohnson S requesting a card shower in honor of c;"'rthy's 80th birthday whch S May 10. Her children include Rage, of Norfolk, Charlene at Middleburg, Fla., Randall of Wayne. Lorence of Friday, May 5: Shape Up, 11',0 a m. Monthly Birthday Party MusC Wth rvin Schmdt Card shower requested Wakefield and Lamont and Lesa of Norfolk, She also has eight grandchildren and e.ght great-grandchildren Cards may be sent to her at 100, Georgia, Norfolk, Neb Come Home to Westside Apartments We have beautiful rental assisted Homes designed specifically for Sr Cllizens and/or the Disabled, We oller ALL the convemences of apartment rvtng with ALL the comfons of home Amenities ndude -All Ulilu.es Furnished ",dudmg Heat and A< Conditioning -Controlled Entrance -14-houf Emerg:ency Mmntenance -Elevator." Fumished Stove & Refrigemtor -Laundry Fadlity -Community Room for Activities -Rental AssistarK:e Available Managed by Seldin Company Fore more infonnation Call: 4OZ.J )0: l:tl07

14 B Thunday, April 27,2000 Church Services----"""""-"""""-""""" _..._"",,""-_..:.- _ Wayne-_-- CALVARY BBLE EVANGEUCAL FREE S02 lincoln Street (Calvin Kroeker, pastor) Sunday: Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30; Junior High Youth (7th and 8th grade), Senior High Youth (9th to 12th grade), adult Bible study, 6 p.m. FATH BAPTST ndependent - Fundamental 208 E. Fourth St or (Pastor Ron lamm) Sunday: Sunday school, 10 am, worship. 11, evening WOrshiP, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer and Bible study, 7:30 p.m. FRST BJ\PTST 400 Main St. (Douglas Shelton, pastor) Sunday: Sunday school, 9 30 a.m.; Worship, 10:45. Wednesday: Choir practice, 6: 30 p.m; Bible study, 7:30 p.m., Prayer meeting, 8:30 p.m.; Piua with the Pastor at WSC, 10 p.m. FRST CHURCH OF CHRST (Christian) 1110 East 7th St. (Troy Reynolds, minister) Sunday: Sunday school, 9 30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Youth group at 312 Folk Street, 6:30 p.m. Thursday: Home Bible St4dy at various homes, 7 p.m. FRST PRESBYTERAN 216 West 3rd S. (Craig Holstedt, pastor) Sunday:Worship service, 945 a.m., Fellowship hour, 1045, Church School, 11 to 1145 Wednesday: Presbyterian Women meeting with Business meeting and Bible Study, 7 p.m. (Elaine Francis and Pat Straight are hostelses) Thursday: May Fellowship Day at St Mary's Catholic Church, span sored by Church Women United, 9:ill-1a.m. FlST TRMTY LUTHERAN Altona (9 miles south, 1 1/4 miles east of Wayne) Missouri Synod (Keith Kllhne, pastor elect) Sunday: Sunday School, 9 am, WOrship, 10: 15 FRST UNTED METHODST 6th & Main S. (Gary Main, pastor) Sunday: Early Worship, 815, Morning Worship, 9:30, Sunday School, 1045 Monday: Cirl Scouts, 6:30 p.m Wednesday' Kings Kids, 330 pm, Friends n Faith. 3:45; Chancel ChOlf, 7, Confirmation, 7 GRACE lutheran Missouri Synod 904 Logan Oeffrey Anderson, pastor) (Brian Bohn, associate pastor) Sunday: Lutheran Hour, KTCH, 7:30 a.m, Sunday School and Bible Classes, 9:15; Worship 8 and 10:30. Monday: Worship with Holy :Cbmmunion, 6:45 p.m.; Elders,.7:30; Bell Choir, 7,45. Tuesday: Pastors'. Conference,. 9:30 a.m., Sunday School Staff, 7 p.m.; Grace Qutreach, 7:30; C.S.F. Bible Study, 9. Wednesday: Men's Bible Breakfast, Popo's, 6:30 a.m.; Living W,9; Junior Bell Choir, 6:15p.m.; Junior Choir, 6: 30; Midweek, 7;,Senior Choir, 7,. JEHOVAH's WTNESSES Kingdom Hall 616 Gralnland Rd. Sunday: Public meeting, 10 a.m.; Watchtower study. 10:50 Tuesd: Congregation book study, 7: 30 p.m. Thursday: Ministry school,' 7:30 p.m QUR SAVOR LUTHERAN 421 Pearl (Pastor Martin Russell) (Pastor 8i11 Koeber) (Pastor Paul Judson) Saturday: Worship, 6 p.m Sunday: Worship, 8 and 10: 30 a.m.; Sunday School Learning Hour for all ages, 9: 15; Sixth grade car wash at First National Bank Drive ln, noon to 3 p.m., Worship, 7 p.m Monday: Rachel Circle, 1:30 p.m.; Executive Committee, 7, Boy Scouts at the Center, 7, Christian Education Committee, 7:30. Tuesday: Bibie Study at Tacos &. More, 645 am, Care Centre Communion Service, 4 p.m.; Social Ministry Committee, 6:30. Wednesday: Men;s Bible Study, 6:45 a.m.; StaH meeting, 9: 30; Senior High Graduation Supper, 6 pm, Handbell choir, 6; Youth Choir, 6; Choir Rehearsal, 7; Handbell Choir, 7. Thursday: May 't::"uvv:,>1111j Liar 'VOl J -' CathoJlc Church, 9:30 a.m. PRASE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1000 East 10th S (Mark Steinbach, pastor) Saturday: Prayer meeting, 6 pm Sunday: Sunday School, 9 am, Worship celebration, loam and 6:30 pm., Nursery,.pre sdl<?ol.and Elementary mmistries available Wednesday: Family night, 7 pm, nursery, newborn through 2 years, Rainbows, 3-5 years, Missionettes, girls, K 6th; Royal Rangers, boys, K 6th; Youth meeting, 7th 12th, Adult Bible study 51. MARY'S CATHOLC 412 East 8th 51. (Father Robert C Bester, pastor) 37S 2OOO; fax: 37S 5782 E mall: Frday: No Mass. Little Lambs Preschool Open Hou,e, 1 to 3 p m Saturday Rehearsal tor First Communion and Confirmation, at Church, 9 a m, Mass, 6 pm, Confeslons( one half. Sunday: Second Sunday of Easter. Mass, 8 a m, First Communion Mall, 10 a m Monday: No Mass; Knights of Columbus, Holy Family Hall, 7 30 pm Tuesday: Mall, 11 a m, Board of Educalion, rectory, 715 pm, Priest' Jubilee Celebration, Mount Michael's, 7 p.m Wednesday:No Morning Mall, No Religious Education classes for grades kinder garten through 12; Mass and Sacrament of Confirmation, at Church, 7 p.m, Abbot Theodore Wolff, OSB., presiding Thursday: Mass, 8 a.m.; Church Women United May Fellowship Breakfa't, Holy Family Hall, 9 30 a m.; Mary's House, at Church, 7 p.m. Additional Reconciliaton' time's dvdilale by appointment Allen _ FRST LUTHERAN Ubhn Plowman, interim pasto/) Sunday: Sunday Worship, q a m; Sunday School and choir, 10 UNTED METHODST (Rev. Nancy Tomlinson, pa'tor) (Rev Chuck Rager, pastor) (R.ev. Bill Anderson, pastor) Sunday: Sunday ServCe\, 1010 a m Wednesday: S,ll])mlt 11f, q d nl., Bible Study at Fran )( hlberf\ pm, KCJ' Klub, 1 JO n 5 pm Confirmation, 7 p,m Men's Bibl(' Study With a\tor Chuck bv arrangement, ladle's' Bible Stud'r With Pastor Nancy by arranql",wnt CarroH BETHANY PRESBYTERAN (Gall Axen, pastor) Sunday: Wor<:.hlp, 9 a School, 9 _ ",lnda\ S1. PAUL LUTHERAN (Rev. William Engebretsen, vacancy pastor) Sunday: Sunday Wor<:.hP, 8 d ft1 UNTED METHODST CHURCH (Rev. Gary Main, pastor) Sun,day: Sunday )(houl, 94) am Worsh'lJ. Thur\day Bible Study, 1 pm Concord., CONCORDA LUTHERAN (Ken Marquardt, nterim pa\tor) Sunday: (onipmporary \-'\i'nr\hjp, 8:JO-a,m.; 5undav School.;nd Adult. Study, 9'30, Wor'lhlp ell fhll( '(\' eme' Cent pr, 2 p 01 S1. PAUL LUTHERAN East of town (Brian Handrich, paslor) Sunday (ontirmalloll ')urld,j, Wor')hlp, 83-0 d \l1 lljlldd\ (' (1<,' and Adult Bible )!udps t.),j EVANGELCAL free Sunday: Jnldy (ljlldd, (,r ( " tor all ages, 9'-:)(j 1(Jrrllflq w(lr\hi 10')0; (Km, 6)U 1':11 l(j(jl!, Croup, 7, Awana Award\ N<Jlt Monday: Chur(h BOdrd pwe!l<j ;" p rn Tuesday' \'Vhlk l a rn Wednesday,A.dlJ K1:,.,11'h and Prayrr, 8 ) fll Dixon _ DXON UNTED METHDDS r (Nancy Tomlinson, paslor) (Chuck Rager, p\lor) (Bill Anderson, pallor) Sunday: Sunday )/?rvlc f-\ 9 d r' Sunday School, 10 ThursddY Quilting, 2 p.m. Bible Study offered every other Wednesday. ST. ANNE's CATHOLC (Fr. A Salanltro, pastor) Saturday: First Communion Class retreat,.10 a.m. to J p.m. Sunday' First Commul1ion Mass, 10 a.m Tueday: Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday: PRE (Religious nstruction), 7 p.m Hoskins _ PlACE UNTED CHURCH OF CHRST (Olin Belt, pastor) Sunday: Sunday School, 9:30 d m,'worship ServCe, 1030, fol lowd by reception lor Con/irmands and graduatlr1g seniorl Thursday: Dare as SOCiety, l' 30 P m TRNTY EVANG. lutheran (Rodney R.e, pa\tor) Saturday' Spring l WMS Rally, 830 a.m Sunday: Trlllity Bible Hour, 9a m, Worship ServCe, 10. Tuesday: Partflers n E.ducalion (PE) meeting, 7 p.m. Wednesday: Choir Pract<ce, 7 p.m, Thursday: ladles Aid, LWMS meeting, 130 pm ZON LUTHERAN (lynn Riege, pastor) Sunday: Sunday School, 9:15 am; Worship ServCe, Wakefield CHRSTAN CHURCH 3rd & Johnson (Clen Davis, pastor) nternet web site: Heartland!Acre\/1262 Sunday: Chn'l(ldll Hour, KT(H, Sunday )( honl, q lo; Worship ')ervlce, Tue')day' Hispanic Bl" Study, 7 P 1)1 Wednesday: PPdk of tht' Wt"E'k, 6 ft1, Bible Study, /, R 0 ( k vouth yroup, 7 Thunday \'VOfnclll\ Blhlp ')tudy dt pdr"u()<1qf', 10 a rn Sdturday' HP-,-1111( \er\'ce, 6 p 1ll EVANCE LlCAl COVENANT 802 Winter 51 (Ross fridoon, pdstor) Sunday \Unddy )( t')(.lnl" '1){),j [11 \'\/ur\hlp, lit) 1') (l)vt'f'ldnl (,011" j()\ji) \<'llllh Hlqh youth, ; pm, C f B(l(Hd, 7 Monday PM (lljtl 4 } 1 r 1 Wednesday (Orl!lrlll,ltO() 4 i.o P rn )f)dk \hak, 6; PiOflPf.'r Chjb dnd ROT, f) H KJhlt-' \11;d.,11d Slndl qr(jljp MMANUEL LUTHERAN 4 North, J East of Wayne (Brian Handrich, pastor) ')unddy ]llf' i 'Jllwf,w /1(>lJl /', ici '.-)0 d ('l S(J(1(1d, ",dl(h:d,h.) :\,lljlt Hlhle 'JllJ(h ''l (!,() dill \/\/rh\hlll \,\-'rl ((lfl1rlfldljon, 1( Hi Tuesday: Rlt>lr- )Wd" ),0 p m PREBY1ERAN 216 Well 3rd (SU')drl Banholzer fj3')lor) Sunday (llhlli,iy 'J( hug, 9 4 d rtl, Wur':>hrp, cl ftl Thurs.day Prp,:>byterldn WOfTf'(l, 1 pm ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN West 7th'li Maple) (Bruce Schut, pastor) Sunday' Christian Education, 9:15 a.m.; Worship with Eucharist; 10: 30. Tuesday: Circuit Pastors'. 9:30 a.m.; Lifelight Bible Study, 4 p.m., LLL, 8. Wednesday: Weekday classes, 6 p.m.; Choir, 8.. 'Thursday: Council meeting, p.m. Friday: Ladies Aid, 2 p.m. SALEM LUTHERAN 411 Winter (Rick C. Danforth, pastor) Sunday: Sunday SChobl, 9 a.m.; Adult class, 9: 15; Worship, 10:30 a.m. Moml'ay: Pastbr's Text study. Tuesday; Eighth grade confirmation class, 7 p.m.; Bell Choir, 7. Wednesday: Circles meet Saturday: Worship, 6:30 p.m Thf' ninth grade confirmation youth at. Our Savior lutheran (hur( h in Wayne, along Wth ther ( ontlrl1iatlon mentors, recently 11elped reltock the Wayne food \-mtry A\ part ol the food dnve, the 'r'outh (nljpcted cannp-d food iums thraul' iood drrve held at the (hurd addtional $ 500 w1)rth " groc t'( res WdS purchased by the youth at Quality Food Center 1 he '\ \00 was mad avadable as pdrt of tht-.' Aid Assoclatron for Lutheran')' Winside, _ ST. PAU:S LUTHERAN 218 Mnr St. (Pastor Richard Tna) Saturday: Worship, 6:30 p,m. Sunday: Sunday School. 9 a.m.; Bible c1as$, 9:15; Worship with Communion, 10: 30. Wednesday: Bible Study, 6:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.; ladies Aid, 1:30 p.m. Wedne$day Saturday: Pa,tors ohice hours, 9 a.m. to noon. TRNTY LUTHERAN Sunday: Dedication Sunday. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Worship, 11:1 5. UNTED METHODST (Carol Jean Stapleton, pastor) Sunday: Worship, 11 :05 Wednesday: Youth Croup, 7 p.m Margaret Ann Hansen, l:reasurer of AAL Branch #9609, hands a check to Randy Brenner of Quality Food Center. Nth them are, Jeft to right, Noah Judson, on Ehrhardt and Brittany Burke. Confirmation class helps restock pantry Youth Serve- Program "We are proud of the accompll')h menh of our Contif/1)dtlon youth cmd their mentors rn supporting thevaluable mrfllstry of the Wayne o(,.)(1 Pantry and wee deeply apprecwte the Tt-e-mbe-rs of our (Ongre-gdton. Aid A')o(iation for Lutherans and Quality Food Center tor their gerwr QUS coop 'ratlon in this effort to serve the needs of others," s2jld Pastor Martin Russell ot Our Sdvlor "At Our Savior we 'lhare be-cause we (are' Special service plan,ned he "May frlendhlp Ddy" srr\\ce' uj Church Women United n Wayne will be held Thursday, May 4 A 9 30 a m. brunch will be er\ll?d at St Mary's Holy Family Hall With d program following "Valiant Women of the Early Chureh Models lor Todav" 1\ dn 'cumenl(j wor.')hlp erv1(e All wornf'fl of Me fl\-'tf'd to (ume "'ce-ebrate God\ love d wltne"'le-j by the faithful women 01 the' f'drly Chrr:'>tlan (hurch lilatm.".s<:b...!. CARROll. NEU.AS(A Member FDC V Manufacturers of Quality Bedding Products RESTFUl ]ZNGhTS WAYNE, NE A Vel's Bakery 309 Main Street ,, Space For' Rent '. for your lawn & Card-en Needs' Walk behind Mowers orlding Mowers otractor Mowers osnowblowers -Tillers SALES SERVCE &. RENTAL D LOGAN VAllEY EQUPMENT CO. NE ll\ 3325 Eo't Hwy 35. Huns L,ke.. Door,", Quality Food Center Wayne, NE r Drs., Wessel & Burrows r 1h \Ai,rd ' fl( UlH l T Vlll/rJt'.\'1 3,-"'5 11:!.J Co'Unt:r ,.- _. - First Natlonal"Bank of Wayne "The Bank Wayne ean. Firat" _nne,. NORTHEAST NEBRASKA NSURANCE AGENCY. NC. 111 West 3rd Wayne Space For Rent 'Wayne... Auto Parts -- 30Years CdROUEST Bus. \. nc MACHNE SHOP SERVCE 117'8. Main Wayne. NE Home SCUUMACBSR lt\sem.a1'11v F'UNERALHOME -WAYNE-CARROLL '. -WNSWE -LAtJJ.U;L A..J FRE:DRCKSON OL CO. Highway 15 North Wayne, NE Phone: (402) Wats: ) BFGoadric:!! Tank Wagon Service lubrication.allgnment BalanCfl "-, - "- <t!l> Donald E, Koeber, 0.0. WAYNE VSON CENTER :313 Main Street - Wayne, NE '..J.

15 Thursday, April 2'7, Quartet in concert The Ambassador Quartet from George, owa will be p..esentlng.a Gospel Concert on Sunday, May 7 at 7 p.m. at the Flnt Baptist Church n Wayne. The Ambanadors have been singing na four state area for the past 35 years. Members of the group are Arlyn,ohnson, bass; Ken Mulder, baritone; louis Vust, leaell; Marvln'ohnson, first tenor and Frances DeBerg, pianist. The public: h nvited t o'"attend..quilt displayed The American Cancer Society "Relay for Life" quilt 'made by members of the Wayne Senior Citizen Center, Helen Beckman, and Sandra Wried! s'on display auhe Wayne Senior Center, located in the Wayne Public Library building at 41 (j Pearl Street in Wayne. The quilt will be on display at the Senior Center for awhile. Those Who would like to stop in and see the ladies' flne work are invited to do so. nckets are $1 a piece or 6 for $5 and can be obtained from anyof the Relay for Life Committee members, walkers, from Vicky Skokan at or at the Senior Center Aid Association for Lutherans Scholarship awarded tp M..agnuson Amy Magnuson Of Wayne has been awarded an A College Scholarship from Aid ASSOCation lor Lutherans (ML) The scholarship hal a value 01 $2,000 ($500 tor each 01 four years). Magnuson Will graduate rom Wayne High School thi> May and 1\ one of 1,700 graduallng high school seniors to receive an ML All College Scholarship. The 2000 All-College Schola"hlp recipients were chosen from more than 6,000 applicants by ACT Recognition Program ServCes, a leader in scholarship support ser vices. Selection was based on de ademic record, leadership qualities, church and community involvement and extracurricular actlvltie':. Garage sale to benefit mission tnp Our Savior Lutheran Church n Wayne will hosting an all-church garage sale on Saturday, Apnl 29 from 8 a.m. to noon All proceeds from the garage lale wij b,enetlt th lonqregatton's servant nll':.':.lon tnp thl,) ")umnler to trip Oaks ndian Centf'f at Oak<:., Callt Anyone wl':>hrng tu mdh:> a donalion to the garaqe >al ',:>hould brlrlq nh?lf donation') to the churrh any 11n1t' un friday, April 28 1he (on grpgatron asks that rwop!p rlpase do not brmgadult clothing unte'> t :\ [l slyle and wearable Mlsston trips have bppn rewiho n9 expeflenc es for Our avlor (on yrpgatlonal rnf'mt)pr<; "Th!,..s trip ') just lor a wepk," ')aid Pd':.tor Bill Koeber "But the memo flp') arp for a 11ft:' time p')us (all') u') to do unto other"!t ) yood 10 knov.: that what Wf" plall to do there may not othpry\lse' tw done for a long, long tlrnf'." The mls;,ion trrp '> ':let lor the week 01 lune 4-10 For more mforrnatluf1 un the' garage..ale or the mission trip, contact the church oilice al he church is located at the corner ul ifth alld Mclin Streets n Wayne 1022 Main St Wayne,1\E Ea_ (402) (800) PAC'N'SAVE Discount Supermarkets Home o-ed Operated 1115 W. 7th Wayne. NE Mon,-sat. 7:30am - lopm. Sun. Sam - 8pm NLOM Summer Staff positions available f you're a college-age PffSOn interested in more than a ;ob this summer (or S you know someone who is). Nebraska Lutheran Outdoor Ministries has an excellent opportunity for dedicated, Christian, college-age, pnsons to.use therr expertise, build a r""ume, earn money tor school aod have fun. NLOM S now hrring for ls c Summer MinStry team 2000 Nebrask(J lutheran Outdoor Ministnes S lookng for 8S indivtdu afs to fll a Wide vanely of POSlt10i1\ Positions itvjtlabli:> nc ud " (amp counse-.lor'\, lifeguards," wrangler'!, health (are '5pe( laltsts', malntenan(f' stah, food \Prve stdh anrl rndre NlOM provlde\ room and board, staff shirt dnd imket, frpe laundry facilites, 'foom 3nd 'board (f"ven on the wee"k.f'nd al (amp whn YOlJ are off duty) and a salarv n add!tlon, NLOM gives eac h \tatt member rf'turnhlq to college d BOO s(holarshlp. Some positions requre specialized skills such as he"lth (are experience or lifeguard (ertlficatlon But r:nost importantly, all po\ltlon\ r,equire Christians wil1 lnq, to f'arn, willing to share and willing to he an example.. Nebra'lkJ Outdoor Mtnl'stries operates Carol Joy Holitng Camp at Alhlarld, Sullivan Hills at' Lodgepole, Day Camp prrms at 40 ite:."s de ross Nf'hraska and (ross Walk (a da'r (mp for persoa5. with di'sablh til") ot Axtell All lolled. NlOM proqr,:lll15. wlill.,nvp OVf'r 3500 camper,; thl\ '!lirnmcr fur dppll-{ atlon nformation call NOM qll ree at or qn to the Nt OM web le at nl()n..,()rq, Nebra\ka lutheran Outdoor Mlnl\trlf' ') the Cdrl1plllq and retreating rnlnis.try of the E:.v;nqpll(dl t utheran Church in Amert( d, Nebraska ynod High rating received Colden rod Hfil\ Community Services Head Start servlnq Northeast Nl2'braska has been through a week long Federal 'v1onltonnq ReView The team ('onststed of 12 mem bers trom the Administraton tor Chlldre'n and Families n 3 four state region 1he revew consisted of toeu\ group in tervlews with Head Slart Management TE'am. Staff, Parer1l'), Pollc y Council, Community Partf)f'r and the Aqency Covprnlnq Roarrl 1hp revlpw proce'''>,) phllo<,ophy 1<, buill upon the Head Start Program rerformancf' Standards and all othp( apphcab\f' regulatlon. The fjerlormance' Standards require that proyram'} provde comprf'henive, wel!tnteg(ate'd E'rvices to children Jnd families The team Viewed Coilienrod Hills Head Start With a tloldll approac h by looking al Jf1terrelatOns.hlps betwle'en systf'tn':> and sprvlces and USE'S an integrated approac h to data colledlon, analy ':,1<,. dnd declslon-rnakmg Kay Mc Kelvy, Team Leadel from the Kansal City Head Start Regional Office \iet. al the exit "You should be very proud of your program, the staff, 1he parents, and the community partners You- have a nearly exemplary program, you hould tve yourselves a pat on the back." t will be the goal 01 Head Start to m"lq-" '>lhe' n the next revew, Whl(.h ') l'vpry three ypm<" that the\-' are an expmpljry program (,oldenrod Hills Head Start thanks all the lornmunitlf'\ that they Serve for their contrnued support to the progr am and to anyone who wa invo(vpd in the review last wpek t Or more information, pleas.e (ontat t the' Head Start office at C"ldmrod Hills (402) 5Zg 'S13, ext 22 Community First Aid/CPR +American RedCr06s classes to be held Community First Aid/CPR for adult, f)lant, and children classes are scheduled for Monday, May 8 and Tuesday, May 9 lrom 6-10 p.m. "t the 'Wayne Red Cross!Office in the MlResh.>ft MaU,,12 East 2nd Street n Wayne. To register please call the Red Cross Office at '-<Q The instructor for the cour>e is Chana Emanuel rf'ad nvltatlons tram Church Womt>n United to attend Friendh,p Dayan May 4 dnd from Grace lutheran Ladlf>" Ad 10 c..ue'l.t Day on May 10 The minute':. ot the WML (hnstlan Growth Workshop and a \f'tler from s.emlrldry student StUdrl Rethwlsc h were aho read TWJ" feeds, nc. Complete dairy, swine, cattle, poultry feeds CarroH, NE Office (402) Home (402) FAX (402) , 13 South Main Wayne. NE PUb Convention Centf,Jf ana Ballroom Cafe (402) Pub (402) CQnvenUon Center (402) D5 Master' Chorae to performaf Our Savior Lutheran ChurCh A formal concert will be held at Our Savior tutherari thr::h()') Friday, May 5 at 8 p.m.the Siouxland Master Ch)'rale has' long been a regtonal choral organization. This season, theyseej(.to set)ie the region in a new way with a concert tour that will 99 beyond therr home base. n il >pecial outreach effort, the SiouxlandMaster Chorale will.bring its music to five local communities in the region amt Wayne S one of those communities. The performan(:.rea blend of fork,-popular,and fine art choral music,ac;appela and accompanied literate varieties. All performances are free to the public. The culmination of this tour will be an international tourot lapili'l. June Theyear 2000 marks the 40th anniversary of 10wa(s1!Ster-stateretattonship with the 'Yllmanashi prefecture n lapan.the Siouxland M,aster.Chora Will P!rfOrm- and rllpresentsiouxcltyin Yamanlshl. Oty (S,?Ux fit}ls <$ster city), Kyoto, Osaka, lind.t For morl! mformatiof;l,o:pertqrmances dates or tour. sponlpi pleasecall:7j9!l;l..-6'12. "',.'''.1";-':>,.. : "\,, ".'., ""'..,,. ';-.:.u,.;;,.s:,.' -.):;f,: Grant helps restore cemetery lorlta Tompl.lnl, right, ref,resenting the o<al Questen john G, Nelhlllrdt Chapter #4,27, presents check for $350 to Steve Gross, president of the local laporte Cemetery Asoodatlon. The Nebraska State Questers organization ntltted ill totar of $1,450 worth of grantl to be used n preservation/restoration projects around the!>tate. The Bocan.roup had nominated the llaporte Cemetery as a hls-' larkal restoration project. The money will be used for headstone repair and/or a hlstoriul marker. Theteate 14 members n the local Quelten group and Ult under 30C1i members fin Nebraska. Warne has til., oldest chapter 1111 Nebraska. Altona ladies gather f 1r51 Tnnlr\' Altona Ladi;:s Aid met April 6. tvlt- -1eyer was a guest Clara H"',ann led the Bible Study, "Deep Cleaning" from the Quarterly and reported on the' Spllng Workshop he and 8arb Members With 35 years or longer mernber:shlps will b honored at the May 18 Cuest Day Halel Hanl, and Beverly Ruwe will be the delegates tot he LWM D)'}tm t Conventon in Norfolk Ofl,me 2) 24 Brenda Handrich and Bprmece RE'winkel were selected ds dlterndtp\ \ljla Schuttler Will write f revert attendpd The parsonaqe will be cleaned on fllday, Apnl 28 The birthday lonq was sung for Clara Heinemann [rna Greenwald rved lunch mmanuel ladies hold month/}/ meeting Elaine Draghu Joined 11 member of the Ladles Aid of mmanuel Lutheran of Wakefield for the Apnl 20 meeting Pastor Handri(h led the study 01 the s.lxth petition, "Lead us not nto temptation" president Hazel Hank opened the meeting by leading the group recltlf)g the LWML Pledge She also Wayne Motors 315 S. Main Street to the seminary.. tudnts this month 1he group acknowledged the SOth dnn1versary of Elmer and Bonne )c hrwbt'r, the anniversary of MelVin and Dorothy Meyer and the hlfthday 01 Bonnie Nelson Neva [chtenkamp,,,,d Dorothy Meyer served lunc h The State National Bank and Trust Company Wayne, NE Member FDC Lunch Buffet: M-F 11:00-1:30 Catering available E. Hwy 35. Wayne Tom's Body & Paint ishop, nc. Dan & Doug Rose Owners 108 Pearl Street Wayne, NE Q 21sf year of service to you! Vakoc Construction Co. 110 South Logan th & Main 375-"1404 CASE'11 '.bu_1t1:"nc.',,,. '. ' """,, '., \.' < '. '-" F... E. Hwy 35 &S:Centennlal Road Wayne, NE \lsa Tel: (402) ' Thewayn lmerning shopper

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Thirteen point pitch was played with prize$ going to Ernie jaeger, Mike Schwedhelm, Lynne Wacker and N'l Schwedhelm. The next meeting will be in September at the Bob and Lynne Wacker home. CRAFTERS Rose Janke hosted the April 18 Creative Crafters Club with eight members present. Pat Janke gave the lesson on milleflon sclllptlng Each member made several pins The next ml"<'ting will be Sept. 19 at PSt Janke's home SENORS Seventeen VVinside area nior citizens met April 17 for an Easter.celebration, An egg contest waf held and they played spring bingo and cards The nexl meeting will be' Monday, 1\.13,' 1 for a noon pot luck. dinner BAKE SALE The \.!.;'inside Scho1arship Foundation would appreoate d'ona ons of baked goods tor their' annual fund ral<;,er to bf' held rrrday, Aprrl Hoskins News Hlldpgarde Fl'nkl' 402-Fi6,')-4;,)'7/ BUSY BEES Six members of the Busy Bees Club met April 19 at rene Fork', home. Club President Ruby Ritze called the meetinlij to order Roll call was "What are your Easter'plans?" Chicken Foot was played with prizes going to Ruby Ritze and Bonnie Wylie The next meeting will be May 17 to dine out at the Bfa" Lante, n MODERN MRS. Mary Lea Lag' osted the April 18 Modern Mrs. Club at Grandma Butch" n Wayne. Pre,ent were 12 members and two guests, Artie Kniesche and Mrs ThieS Bridge was' played With prizes going to Mary Weible, Arlene PieiHer and Mrs. Thie, The next meeting Will be May 16 at Gene Rohlf's DOMNOS Schelley's Saloon,n WinSide held Behmer had tho grand champion steer SENOR CJTlZENS MEET Hoskins Senior Cititzens met all April 18 at the Hoskins Communltv Cente.r, Hulda Fuhrman brouqht ce cream for her birthday. The ladles honored her by "nglng the blrthdav song, p'rizes at cards were won by Vera Brog'le, Els'le. Hinlman and frieda Meierhenry COMMUNTY CALENDAR Saturday, April 29: l uther"rl but that event S not offered at the national l 'vel More than BOO sec andary and post secondary students competed m 70 events at the State Leadership and Skills conference. which was sponsord bv Nebraska Skills USA VCa ;., "'U' iii WinmdeNews DianneJaeger' concert AREA EXHBTORS AT CALf SHOW Several Hosk;ns area 4-Hers had enlfle's n the Cumlng County Beel Preview/Calf Show at Wet POint on April S lara Settles won junior showman Ship, Angl/:' Walker won Senior showmanship and champon Chi helfer, Grace Nelson hac) the grand champon market helfer, and Katie 28 during the elementary spring All funds raised will be used 16 cover expenses of printing and mailing costs. Anyone needing' baked goods picked up can call Crol Jorgensen at or Lorraine. Prince at '" Academy of.sciences to hold 100th meeting 1he Nebraska Academv at Sc',ences, an orgitnlzat'lon support mg 'l(lence' and cjence education n Nebras.ka, announces t loath annual meeting to be held at Nebraska Wesleyan UniverSity n Lincoln on r"day. April 28 and Saturday. April 29 ThiS is an opportunty for universi' y fa.culty and students, together With ""ddle school and high school student<... to present ther original research before an audience of their!jeers ThiS event is open to the publi( and reglstratlon 15 $10, $5 tor stu dents f you need further nforma lion. please cail (402) "lit. - a domi.n9s t9umdment on April'.1\; :cal NOAR There were seven lea'll'is.playillg,;,'.'. :F"ApriJ. 28: Open M meet- Winners were: first pla«;e.cene ing;,flt!ha/l,8p.m. lensen and Julie Tweedy; cond Saturday, Aprll29: Public Library, place: Rkhard Janssen and Ernie 9-12 and 1-3 p.m. with story time at Jaeger; and third place: Herb aeger 10:30 a.m.; Helping Hands 4-H and Norris Hansen. Club, Milrvin Cherry's, 7 p.m. Monday, May 1: Senior Otizem, HOSPTAL GULD LegionPost, noon pot luck dinner; Workers from Winside for the Public library, 1:30-6:30 p.m.; Faith Regional Service Guild on Library Board meeting, 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 12 will be Verna Miller, Village Board meeting, 7:30 pm Gene RohlH, and Bonnie WyliE!; and Tuesday, May 2: American on Tuesday, May 16 will be Erna Legion, Legion Post, 8 p.m.. HoHman and Lena Miller. Wednesday, May 3: PublC Library, 1:30-6:30 p.m. KHOOL CALENDAR Monday, May 1: Conference Golf Meet Tuesday, May 2: Junior High Track Meet at Homer Thursday, May 4: Winside nvitational Track meet at Wayne State Saturday, May 6: Hartington JUnior High Track Meet at Pierce C NTER CRCLE CLUB Helen Holtgfew hosted the April 20 Center Circle Club with 12 members and one guest, Lisa,,!nke Club President Helen Holtgrew opened the meeting by reading a.c essay "Seconds Count" written by Heather Nelson of Pierce Roll calt,was'what did you accomplish thi s winter?" Rose :anke gave the secretary report and rene Fork the treasurer's report The group discussed making a float tor old settlers and going on a tnp,n June. Both tems will be voted on next month'. Bl'lnd pitch was played With prtles going to Dianne aeger and Betty Miller, The next meetmq wdl be Mav 18 at lanlce laeqer, Wom"n', Society Rally for Nebraska owa Circuit at Ho)kins ComrnJnlty Buildmg, 830 a.m. Tuesday, May 2: Senior CitZens meet at the Hoskins (ommurllt\- tluildll1g P r>l Thursday, May 4: Dorcas 50fiE'ty of PeacE' United Church 0'1 ChriSt, 1 30 pm; Trinity fvanqelildl lutheran Ladles AldLWMS. 10 pm., Zion Lutheran ladjp') AJCJ and LWML, 30 p.rn Sievers wins at state competitiofl Wes S,evell of Wayne. one of 10 students from the Skills USA-VCA chapter at Central Community Coilege-Hastlngs Campus. placed n state competition March n Lillcoln and two ot them will go on to compete at the National level Sleve-rs, part of the technlcal problem-solving team, placed first Skills lsa VCA 1\ a national orga li/ation that provides secondary and post secondary studenh in tra,de, ldustrial. technical, tefhnol oqy and health occupation" With f'adershlp, cltllens.hlp and (hdra<. tef development proqrams and al t,vltles POPPE TO BE DSTRBUTED American Legion Roy Reed Unit 252 Auxiliary volunteers will be distributing hand-crafted poppies on Saturday, May 6 during the mornmg hours in Winside and Hoskins All donations will be appreciated and funds are used for veterans who also make the poppies Buy One Get One FREE! 14.5 oz, Pk. 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17 ... ',-"!-."... --,,. Thursday, April 27, 2000 ' S8 MillS" plilns,stell; for.: upcornlng' retlrment. The April showers are kind of sporadic, but ad are appreciated. And didn't envy the folks in the Black Hills this past week, or. the. quad cities in owa. t's a typical NebraSka spring, with cold wind periodically,. just for good measure.. have one weel< of re$lulariy. scheduled employment left. say. regularly scheduled because ntend to stay PRN; which means will fill in occasionally, n fact, 'm filling n at the Lincoln office. one day the following week. And in Nebraska City one day in lune. But 'm handing n my pager. And won't be sorry. 've carried one for' about 18 years; the last nine, continually. A pager is. a wonderful invention, but it means they can always find you. was at a hospice convention n Grand sland once, and they paged to tell me that a home health client was constlpatedl 've been paged at church ser vices, at funerals, and at parties. 've been paged n the middle of the night. Before got the car phone, 'd have to find a phone with which to call to find out who was looking for me. Now,my pager can even give me messages.they're called Alpha Mates; nd of course, the sender needs special equipment. These little devices are somet'lmes hard to hang onto. keep mine on my purse; but sometimes, it slips off. When 'm where don't want it to sound, put it on "Vibration," and clip it to my belt. That can give you quite a start when you're in the middle of a deep lecture or engrossed in a sermon. People jokingly ask,"what are you going to do?" first answer, "Clean my attic." There's boxes up there that haven't been opened since we moved here. Next, clean closets. 'm giving up on losing enough weight 10 fit into certain clothes again. 'm going 0 try some new recipes. 'm in a rut with old stand bys. might even get my sewing machine out. want to finish writing my cook book; and if get brave enough, write the one about nursing. One of the gals at my farewell luncheon last week said she'd buy a copy. 'm going to spend more time with my mom and my grandkids. And with the Big Farmer, who deserves a medal for putting up with my crazy hours all these years And 'm going to run the B < B. So come to see us. We'll need the income! Seedlings are available to celebrate Arbor Day This yeilr mil!ks the A'rh., anniversary-:of Arbor Day. A.rbor.08y. is traditionally celebrated on the last Friday of April which is April 28 this year. J. Sterling Morton, the founder of Arbor Day, once said that "the culti vation of flowers and trees is the cui tivatlotr of the good, the beautiful and the ennobling n man, and for one, wish to see this culture become universal." Morton propoied to the Nebraika State Board of Agriculture "to set aside one day to plant tret?s, both foreit and fruit." The State Board of Agriculture accepted this reiolution n 1872 and the first "Arbor Day" was celebrated with more than 1 million trees being planted on that day. Sterling's dea of Arbor Day, "A day set aside each year to plant trees, both flower and fruit" s celebrated each year throughout the United States and in many other countries around the world as well. To celebrate the 128th anniver sary of Arbor Day, the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources Dlitrlct will make seedlings available to the public. Seedlings are available in bundles of 25 and sell for $12.50 per bundle Species and inventory are limited, however, the NRD will try to have as many seedlings available as possible for those who want to plant a tree on Arbor Day. Those interested in purchasing trees on Arbor Day should go to the Northeast Community College Truck Driving School on East Benjamin Avenue in Norfolk..Sterling Morton said that" other holidays repose on the past; Arbor Day proposes for the future." NRD Forester John OuPlissis said, "Plant a tree for the future. Our paren'ts did it lor us, we should return the favor and do it for our children." 4-HNews, HELPNG HANDS 4-H CLUB The Helping Hands 4 H Club met March 7 at the Marvin Cherry home with five members and two adults present. Since it was a movie party, the members watched "Duddley DoRlght" and had popcorn, bars and pop. A short meeting was held after wards listing upcoming events and camps. Tim Puntney represented the club at the leaders' meeting at the cour thouse. The next meeting will be Saturday, April 29 at the Cherry home. Undy Fleer, news reporter The Norfolk Livestock Market fat cattle sale was held on friday with a nm of 356 head. Prices were 50 to $1 lower on steery and heifers. Strictly choice fed steers were $74 to $ Good and choice steers were Sn to $74. Medium and good steers werej70 to $72. Standard steers were $57 to $62. Strictly choice fed heifers weret174 to $ Good and choice heifers $72 to $74. Medium and good heifers were $70 to $72. Standard heifers were $57 to $62. Beef cows were $41 to $47. Utility cows were $41 to $47. Canners and cutters were $34 to $41, bologna bulls were $50 to $59 Stocker an,{'feeder sale was held friday with 526 head sold. The mar ket was steady. Good and choice steer calves were $95 to $11 S. Choice and prime lightweight calves were S100 to $130. Good and choce yearling steers were $15 to $85. Choice and prime lightweight yearling steers were S90 to $100. Good and choice heifer calves were $90 to $105. Choice and prime lightweight heifer calves were $95 to $125. Good and chofce yearling' heifers were S74 to S83. There were 100 fed cattle sold at the Norfolk Livestock Market on Tuesday. Prices were steady on all Fellowship applications for Nebraska LEAD (Leadership Educatlonl Action Development) Group XX are available now to men and women Ovolved in production agriculture or agribusiness Up to 30 individuals will be selecl ed from production agriculture and agribusiness, said, Ailen G. Blezek, Nebraska LEAD Program director Preference will be given to individu als ages 25 through 45 who have demonstrated leadership potential LEAD Fellows also participate 10 a 10 day Nallonal Study Travel Seminar and a two to three week nternational Study (Travel Seminar. Seminar themes include economics, foreign cultures,.government, communications, international trade, politics, business, labor; environment, finance and industry. The program is designed to prepare spokespersons, problemsolvers and decision makers for classes. Good and choice steers, $72 to $80. Good and choice heifers, $72to SSO. Medium and good steers and heifers, PO to $72.. Standard, S57 to St'iJ. Good cows, $38 to S47. Prices for dairy cattle at the Norfolk Livestock' Market on Wednesday were steady. Top quality fresh and springing heifers were S9S0 to Sl,250. Medium quality fresh and springing heifers were S750 to $950 Common heifers and older cows wer S500 to $750; 300 to 500 lb. heifers were $300 to S475; 500 to 700 lb. heifers were $475 to $100. Good baby calves crossbred calves, S125 to $220 and holstein calves, S90 to S125 The sheep sale was held at the Norfolk Livestock Market Monday with 502 head sold. Prices were higher on fat lambs and steady on feeder lambs and ewes. Fat lambs: (spring crop) to 30 bs, S80 to S8650 cwt. Fat lambs: (old crop) to 150 bs., S77 to S80 cwl Feeder lambs: 40 to 60 bs, Sll 5 to $135 cw, 60 to 100 bs, S100 to S115 CW' Ewes' Good, S50 to $70; Applications are due for LEAD fellowship NebraSka dnd ts agricultural industry, Blezek Now n ts 20th year, the program S operated by the Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council nc., a nonprofit organilation, in cooperdtion With Nebraska colleges and universities, business and industry and ndividuals throughout the state Applications are due by june 15 and are available from the Nebraska LEAD Program, Room 318 BiochemStry Hal!, UOverSity of Nebraska. llocoln, NEb. 6B or by phoning the office at (402) and requesting an application packet General Oformatlon about LEAD is available fwm the World Wide Web at httpllwwwlanr unledu/lead LEAD offices are at the nstitute of Agriculture and Natural Resources on NU's East Campus in lincoln. Public input sought The Wayne State College campus is a community resource with conlinual possibilities for enhancement. An advisory board has hired a landscape firm to develop sketches for the campus grounds. The board would like tp share these sketches and gather additional ideas and comments from the public about the landscape master plan during an open forum, May 4 at 4 p.m. in the Student Center Atrium. "The landscape firm, Sinclair Hille from Lincoln has developed conceptual sketches based on our 'eds and requests. They will b present ing these sketches to the public duro ing an open forum where everyone can view the sketches, visit with the architects and our WSC Advisory Board members," said Vicki Mitzel," college grounds supervisor and NOXOUS WEEDS MUST BE CONTROLLED You are required to control noxious weeds on your property. The noxious weeds are: Musk Thistle, Plumeless Thistle, Canada Thistle, Leafy Spurge, Knapweed (spotted and diffuse). Notice is hereby given this 24th day of April, 2000, pursuant to the Noxious Weed Control Act, section 2-955, subsection l(a), to every person who owns or controls land in Wayne County, Nebraska, that noxious weedi being or growing on such land shall be controlled at such frequency as to prevent establishment, provide eradication, or reduce fur.ther propagation or dissemination of suchweed. Upon failure to observe ttlis notice, the county wed superintendent is required to:, 1. Proceed pursuant to the law and ssue legal notice to the landowner of property infested with noxious weeds giving such landowner'15 days to control the noxious weed nfestation. Conviction for noncompliance may result n a S100.oli per day fine to the landowner with a maximum fine of S1,500, or. 2. Should more mmediate'contfol be required, proceed pursuant to the law and have the weeds controlled by such method'!s h.e/she finds necssary, the expense (if which shall constitute a lien and be enterectas a tax against the land, and be collected as other real estate taxes are collected, or by QtJ:er rneans as p(cjylci by law 'The pub\icisl!lso hereby notlflt!d. at noxious wee<! seed and propagative parts m!'y be dl$seminate<ithloughthe movernel1l-0f mathineryncfequipmen.. trueks;9ra1n and seed, hay, straw,. nuk,.fef;icll'lf,,;nre, nd '!t:welasartiqesllfs. of tn!aenthave been bytfie l;>irectpr"p, Ulture:andl'llaYbe obtained from the ',;::,b'7s.3#2; '" " WSC Arboretum curator. "Comments and suggestions can be YOlCed at this time The architects wil! then take back the nformation they gather at the open forum and develop the final plans" The preliminary work of hiring the architects and developlog the conceptual sketches was done through an advisory board with representatives from acr05s the campus and community. This entire Prolect was made possible through a Green Space.lnitiatwe Grant For more information, please call (402) Medium, $35 to $50; slaughter, $25 to $35. There were 311 feeder pigs sold at the Norfolk Livestock Market on Monday. Prices were steady. 10 to 20 bs., $15 to $33; steady; 20 to 30 bs., $26 to $39; steady; 30 to 40 bs., $38 to $5-2; steady; 40 to 50 bs., S45 to S62;steady; 50 to 60 bs., $52 to $67; steady; 60 to 70 bs.; S60 to $70; steady; 70 to 80 bs., $68 to $75; steady; 80 bs. and up, $70 to $80; steady. ANNOUCNG Logan Valley EqUipment has hired Jeff Davis from Morris Machine Shop to do general purpose! welding!lutcher hog head count at the Norfolk Livestock Market on Tuesday totaled 601. Butchers were $1 to $1.50 higher and sows were $2 10 $3 higher. U.S. 1'5+ 2's, 220 to 260 bs.,..s51 to $51.95; 2's + 3's, 220 to 260 bs., S50 to $51; 2's + 3'5, 260 (0 280 bs., $50 to $51.50; 2's + 3's, 280 to 3D0 bs., $45 to $50; 3's + 4's, bs., S40 to S4S. Sows: 350 to 500 bs_, $41 to $46; 500 to 650 bs., $46 to $ Boars: $14 to $32. Call for Jeff LOGAN VALLEY EQUPMENT, NC. East Hwy. 35 Wayne OUr 10 th Year Anniversary SpeCals Your Choice 8.25% 5 Month 8.50% 15 Month Annual Percentage Yield Annual Percentage Yield 2,500 Minimum Balance Compounded Quarterly Penally for early wrtmrawal Rates SUbject 10 change FDC nsured up \0 $ APY S accurate as of * rmers & merchants state bank MEMBER FOC Main 5t Wayne, NE mn FM Colonel Jon Phillips MarkEt Reports' Oldies FM 8:55 a.m. 9:55 a.m. LO:5 a.m. 11:55 a.m. 1:55 p.m. DALY Country 1590 AM 6:30 a.m. 8.'10 a.m. 9:30 a.m. o 10:40 a.m. 11:38 a.m. o [2:15p.m. 12:55 p.m. o 1:30 p.m. This growing season.. we're here to serve you!

18 Rate Schedule 5 LNES, EACH ADDTONAL LNE Ask about Combination Rate with The Morning Shopper Ads must be prepaid unless you have pre-approved credit. Cash, personal checks, money orders, VSA, or MasterCard are welcome. Call: , Fax: , or Visit Our Office: 114 Main Street, Wayne, NE. POLCES - 'We ask that you check your ad after its first insertion for mistakes. The. Wayne Herald is not'responsible for more than ONE Jncorrectinsertlon or omission on any ad ordered for more than one insertion.requests lor corrections should made within 24 hours of the lirst publication. The publisher feserves the right to edit. relect or property clas1!ily any ccpy. 'll \"' rq Growing bank seeking a lending officer for our!!ill community bank n Wayne. NE. Appltcarli', should itj rq possess the followihg qualities fill!!ill Active n The Community, Self-Motivated, Able To ii3 ra Work ndependently. Excellent Communication ld l1 Skills, Team Leader, Lending Experience, Computer til!!j Knowledge, Strong Sales Background.!lil D As a leader in community banking n Northeast l!j ii'!!l Nebraska we offer a Competitive Salary and a Great S Benefits Package JONOUR TEAM TODAV!!! mi S nterested applicants should send their resume to: llj!! S Bank of Norfolk l\lij Attn: Julie Duncan P.O. Box 868, Norfolk, NE t'Jl!!llml'!Jlllllml!'AlJm'll. WAKEFELD HEALTH CARE CENTER is now taking applications for a full-time MANTENANCE PERSON nterested parties should apply in person to the WAKEFELD HEALTH CARE CENTER 306 Ash Street, Wakefield, NE 141TD SEWERS PACFC COAST FEATHER CO is an employee-conscious, tight- - knit family oriented company. We are hiring dependable, hardworking people to work on our production lines. We will train. The hours are S:30am-4:00pm on 1st and 4:00pm 230am on 2nd shift Monday-Thursday. The starting wage for sewers is $6.7Slhours witli a $1.00 differential on 2nd shift. We offer company provides single medical coverage, company matched 401k, 9 paid holidays, paid vacation and potential to earn incentive bonuses. f you are nterested, please come in and fill out an applicaton. We are located at: 1810 ndustrial Way" Wayne, NE Help Wanted Part lime, Evening Shift LPN position available. Benefits package offered. t interested in working in a caring environment Contact: Connie Mayfield at The Wayne Care Centre 811 E. 14th, Wayne, NE EOElAA ATTENTtON -WORK from home Earn $450 $1S00/month part time or $2000 $4500 full time Call ' or VSit ELECTRCAN Full time lob opening for well established Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing company. TO schedule interview, call Lackas Service of Laurel, NE at 402' , or fax resume to DETARY ".. POSTON AVALABLE at the WAKEFELD HEALTH CARE CENTER STARTNG WAGE $6.75 ADE $7.15 COOK. nterested partes should aply in person to the WAKEFELD HEALTH CARE CENTER Ash Street, Wakefield, NE... EOE Quality... We have mmediate upel1lng for the fo!1owtng positions at our plant facility located n South SOUX City. NE System Technician 'Work with high and low voltage, AC & DC, Power Distribution and Control Systems, PLC Rrogrammmg, Relay LogiC and General Test and Measurement EqUipment 'You will be responsible for troubleshooting, nstalling jind mall1taln automated systems 'Analyze test data -Maintain accurate control documentation 'Computer skills n Word, Excel, Windows 95/NT. AutoCAD and object-oriented graphics development; and familiarity with both serial data comm\jocation and networked systems (TCP/Pj General Maintenance Mechanics 'Earn up to'$15.dolhour depending upon sklillevei 'Strong mechanical background - Will train Master Maintenance Mechanics.$ depending upon skill level.highly skilled maintenance experience Qualified individuals will have an above average mechanical aptitude with experience in troubleshooting a variety of machinery and mechanical systems in an industrial environment. Call to schedule an interview or fax resume to Join a Company who believe in QUALlTY. Post oner Substance Testing Required EOE c-- BEEF PRODUCTS.--NC. if you have manufacturing, mechanical, farm or shop class experience, you may be allglbtefor. hiring bonus up to $1000, Full time, part-time and summer openings are available n welding, metal fabricating, electrical assembly and hydrostatic painting Benefits nclude: *45 Hour Work Week 'Paid Holidays & Vacations He3tth, Dental, Life & Dsablity nsurance Profit Sharing Pre tax Medical and Chlld Care Reimbursement Plan, Tuition Reimbursement * 5 Performance Appraisals durng first year of service * Safety ncentive Program Experience basad Pay r Ị. Smeal Ure truck.s are saving lives all over'the United States and Canada. Be pert of this mportant and rewarding industry. Apply today at our Snyder location. Smeal Fire Apparatus Company.po Box e, Hwy 91 W., Snyder NE (402) S a qual Opportunity EmployorlSubstsnce Screening Required DRVER WANTED Heritagc 11"111'-". ',,-aled n \\Jlnl'. '\1: i;"..in "pcnlng for a drl\cr " delll'el l!lodular h"usc 'cclil"" Year- iii round cmpl"l'lflenl \',111i nlcflll\e hllnu,c, clo(k), l nsurance. unllorlli'. "al..ililln ;1f1d ho!ld..i1 pay Overnlghl meals and OG"rng p;ld hv lofllpdf1\ Must he 2i YCdr\ or older p""n' ;\ C;\" ACDL with a good Jnvl[lg 'Clilid '\u pril,r "\l',dllfle'hl"n;j! npe- nence requlrcd. "'1111""', Contact (,reg..i\ Hefl\a'e HlfTt'. 1'( ) hll\ i7 Wayne, NE 6K7'r57. (402) \7,\,1 'j _ T! Northeast Nebraska Outside sales with full benefits Fax resume to NFlB THE VOCE OF SMALL BUSNESS f you are' looking for a challenging edreer in Ag RetdiL don't pa,s thl.' opportunlly up. A rapidly gmwlng fertililer bu'lness " in need of a Custom Appllcdl'onJMdrketlng PCr'Ol E\ccllent,tartlng pay with ahme average fringe heneflt package.sendrewme 10 OP PRODUCTON SERVCES P.O. Box 248. Thur,lon, NE 6R062 Or call Ja-,on Arment to 'iet up an lntervlew at PENDER CARE CENTRE is currently seeking Full-time and Part-time CNA's "Apply Now G or stop by Pender Care Centre at 200 Valley View Drive in Pender, NE EOE Job Opening Announcement Wdnled' Goldenrod Hlls Community SerVices, WC Program " now taking applications for a Clerical Aide. Applicant, must have a high school diploma or equivalent, be able to work vaned homs totalmg 40 hours per week and po"e" a current dnvers tcense Applicants must be able work with ncome eltglble famlltes and have experience in general office dutes. Computer,klls helpful Work loea Btl!l, W,ner, NE. Must he able to meet Agency auto msurance requirements Salary negotiable. Must respond by letter and resume to Mary Reeson, Human Resource Director, Goldenrod Hills Community SerVices, PO Box 280, W's.ner, NE Cover letter and resume must be received in the Wisner Central Office by 430 pm May 5, 2000 looo/o Fe.derally Funded Equal Opportunity Employer 3 Day Weekends Every Week Apprentices, semiskilled. and sldlled needed for all the home building trades. Carpenters, drywallers, electricians, plumrs, and painters. An excellent opportunity to learn a new skill ndoors. year round. n friendly, secure atmosphere. Worlr four 1tN:Hlr dap. "'onde, ftttu Thursday. $6.50 to.$10.50 plus incentive pay. health nsurance fls. and 401 (k) rellent program. Apply or can Dick at

19 [f'l'hb'ww'sta'datirii;'i1it.i1, i:' t>ri-'profionaltq'assumethe-dirilctor of Devell>pmcnt " C{posit\i?n,,eJ<>b respdnsibilitics (arltic positio!'it\clu<!e ''{,managing (ll: 'identification, cultivation and solicitation of majqf gifts from alumni, friends, 1m,stees andcorp{)r.tion,,llswellasjj)anaging tlif: annual fundprogtam, The a/jo\lal fu'nd,program shall include, but is not limited to, assisting in '»antting and coordinating th annual phonalhon, planning, organ.ting and conducting the annual,wayne business campaign, and faculty/staff drive, This position will also participattin de,velopment and production of thc Waync State Col!ege magazine and RCWsletter- This position will report to theviee President for Development and Execulive Director of the Wayne State Foundation, The successful candidate should possess a minimum of a bachelor's degree and two years fundraising experience or similar qualificati,ons. Salary is. commensurate with ekperience. Review ofapplications andnominations Wll be accepted until the position is filled, but (0 be a"uredfuli coniderationapplication, should be received by May Applicatiol1s and nominations may be mailed or,ent electronically 10: Dwayne John,on, Adm'nJstrative ServlCe,. Wayne State College. J J Mam Street. Wayne, NE 68787, FAX (402) , or WAYNE STAn CDLWiE Dietary Aide Position Availab1e in our kitchen. Come work ina caring environment. f you interested please contact: Kacey at: The Wayne Care Cehtfe 811 E.14th,Wayne,NE EOE/AA EOE Day/Evening'CNA position available. Full & part time, New TLC unit (Dementia & Alzheimeiers) Come work in a caring environment Contact: Connie Mayfield TheViayne Cart Centre 811 E.14th;Wayne, NE EOEM DRAFTER Full Time, Day/Night Shift RN position available. Benefits package offered. f interested in working ina caring environment Contact: Connie Mayfield at The Wa'lne Care Centre 811 E.14th, Wayne, NE EOE/AA Great Dane Trailers of Wayne is currently seeking an entry )evel Mechanical Drafter. Dues include, delllgn ofnew and t'edesignof existing assembli for refrigerated inftrailers, processing trailer orders, arid creating Bills of Materials for production ina manufacturing environment. An Associates degree in drafting, and CAD skills are required. Qualified individuals should submit an application to Great Dane Trailers lop: Human Resources Department. ir\ \QJ, \ Great Dane Trailers A Division of Great Dane Limited f>arlnership 1200 North Centennial Road Wayne, Ne We are seeking qualified staff who has a strong desire to wor!( with adolescents between th.e ages of 12 1O 18 years of age in a structured environm-ent. OUf mission is to buitd brighter fulurc:'j. for youth. OUf counselor assist and teach youth bct:el decis.lon making sk.ihs, coping mechanisms and independent livng "kl!, enablmg them (.() lead productive lives. At Boys and Girls-Home and Family Services. nc We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits mcluding Medcal and dental insurance, vacation time, tuition reirnburement, pad tr&i(ljng, a retrement plun and an opportunity for advancement To become a Resident Counselor workmg 2:00 ptll pm rotaton you mu\1 have a High School degree, previou buman &ervlce expenen<..e and a \trong desre to help youth! To become' a Night Counselor working pm tv 7:30 am f root.alion you areyo.u interested musl hae n any a H.igh. of these SChOo01. positions, dere.. pleasew. send ill to a.l;si:you.th...'. '... your resume and references to or plck up an appllculon at Boys and Girls Home & Family SerVices, nc, ' 'Ztol ourt Street, P.O. BoxJ 197 :,.. Sioux City, owa t97.- Equal Opporrunity Employer WANTED: OTR DRVERS... To operate our late model cyulpmcnt hauling rankers of milk and other food grade products, The:-.e arc nil louch loads! We pay L'ompelitive wages, nave c'lc,;ellenl henefit package. Safety Bunu, Pay. home frequently. and rider policy. MuS! meel DOT requin:mcnl.. Call RECRUTN(; (800) j{;f,j:r"'daf!"$tc"re1 "c;':!'i4i'18terolutionto you r basement problems... :ldtwco:'=s -"j_ ';:-",!,:".'.ia!2s<ettrs,. 180,Q:'82t0102. v'l. -_nted..'wi1:.d&. CO..ok.': Weekeftit'Wi,lltress ContactJlm in person at PO:PO'S 705 Logan, Wayne, NE Financial Planning Careers ntcrc,lcu n helrlng pcop1c mak hc llo,t of thcr f,nancial future? Er)joy the L'arnlng oppohunjfy- Jnd prl.,",(igc 01:1 r career a:-. a pcron'(\l llnanllj advsor. Exccl}cnl sal... career opportunity Wth an c-;lahl1... hl'o nat]()al C(lmp,lOy U)F Send your lefter and resume to Lakerldge Dr. SUite 104 Norfolk, NE (402) or 1-80ll waddell com WEST fmk T'UUib Looking for owner! operators to haul hogs & cattle throughout the Midwest and some long haul. Must have live,{ock experience and good drlvl ng record Home most week end, and hoi idays f you are looking tor a fresh start with a 75year0d company call us today and join our te m Maintenance Person needed. Contact The Wayne Care Centre 811 E. 14th, Wayne, NE EOE/AA Help Wanted Housekeeping Supervisor Position Available. Part time day shift Contact Sandy Luft or sertd resume to: The Wayne Care Centre 811 E 14th, Wayne,NE EOEJAA WORK OUT of your home Part lime drivers neeaed, no COL requned Home nightly H0memak.ers and relirees en cowagerj :') apply Cnll HELP FOR RENT:'] bedroom and a 2 bedroom trader Both with stove, refrigerator air conditioner, washer/dryer and off street parking Call Weekdays atte-r S prn APARTMENT FOR Rent 3 year old, 2 3 'A 4 bedroom Central Air Appliances QUle!. Secure. on Site Manager, Laun dr'y Call FOR RENT: 2 bedroom family home Ne'vv kl'r:r8'1 w/sto\le and refngerator Washer and dryer hookups n baseme'l! deposit required Avalable Call : ask lor Kathy FOR RENT: 3 t>edroom apartment $375 per month Secur,lty deposit fe QUired. Available June 1 Call ask for Karr.y FOR RENT' from r,arnpljs Ments No Call ' ( 1\1 '\\) (. WANTED: Furl!r,ne POSition n confinement n Way.ne area or leave messags_ HELP WANTED: Part time housek.eep posltjon, Morning hours Weekdays weekends Apply at KO nrl 3' 1 E 7th. Waytl<J. NE! ()!< 1<1 " FOR RENT:.2 bedroom trailer Stove, te'rrigeraror, air cortditloner. washer/dry er and off street oanong Call Weekdays a.her 5 pi:] FOR RENT:.: bedroom house Need 2 female roommates 1 block from cam pus Available May' 5th Catt Available soon, across 3 i1nd 4 bedroom apart references needed LESURE APARTMENTS: & 2 bedroom apartments available Stove & frig furnished Rent based on ncome Call before 9 pm or TDD# Equal HOUSing Opportunity STATE OF NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF ROAOS NOTCE OF NFORMAnON OPEN-HOUSE Date: Time: May 11, zollo 4:00-8:00 p.m. mitigation Most of the project Will be built under Place: NDOR Offce traffic. Traffic at the south end of the 1300 E. 7"' Sl (East Hwy. 35) Wayne, Nebraska project Will be detoured east on Street and south on Centennial Road to Nebraska Highway 35 Where possible, the Department of The Nebraska Department of Roads Roads Wll provide an accessible will hold an nformation Open House meeting facility for disabled people meeting conc:emlng Project STPD-5- Appropnate provisions lor people who 4(116), known es Wayne North. are tlearing and visually chelleilged will Pemonnellrom the Oepartment of be made f the departrnenlls notified by Roeds will be available to.isll one-on- Aprtl NotrfJcation.hould be one regarding the proposed improve- submrtled to Pubhc Heanngs Offic:er. menl!l Depertmenl of Road. P.O Box The pro)ed nvolve. re<:on.tructlng lincoln. Nebraske $, VOCB Nebraska Highway 151rom 13- S',c0t telephone (402) TOO to just south of Dog Cteek telephone S (402) The mprovemenl will include a new Preliminery plans developed by the two-lane concrete roadway, concrete Nebraska Department of Roads will be shouklens and curbs, storm sewer, t available for inspection at the District :l wlvem, and grading. Offial. 408 N. 13"' S.. n Norfolk. lhe To evold mpadlng the gon oo"",e. Wayne Construction Office E. 7- the \lghwaywill be slli1ted 16leet to the),t. in Wayne. andetlhe Roadway _atlnlhe_ otlhe oou",".. Design Division, 1500 Highway 2.,n Addilionallight-ot.way and control of Lincoln. e<xl8ss win be required. For further nformation regarding the The projeclnvolves potenllal impact proposed projed, r:ontlld Khalil Jeber n to _tlands areas end mey require Lin<:oln at (402) PUBLSHER'S NOTCE: All real estate advertised n this newspaper s subject to he Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes" llegal 10 advertise 'any pre! ere""", limitation. or discrimination based on race. color, religion. sex or national origin.»r an ntention to make any such preference. limitation. or dlsalmlnallon". This newspaper will not knov\ngly accept any advertislng lor rell estata whlcn is nviola Our readersare-.. DO YOU hnve some lumber or con slruction materal cluttenng your garage or storage shed? Call the Wayne Skatepark Assc and we'll try \0 make ar rangemenls to haul it away for you and lurn it into something that will be u sad Donations of 2x4. 2x6. plywood deck scraws, ect. are appreciated. Phone Georgea TH""l(:Y UloeveiY009wnilllGmy 90th. blrihdliy spe<:lal by sending.cards, lion of the law.. flowers. gifts end lelephone cans. Your, thoughtfulness is greatiy treasured.eeinformed tha all...c.:-,,,.. yn 1:1evert. G.'.:" Bonela V4S Magna Motorcycle. $18000BO Ask for Brad FOR SALE: 2 sub woofers. ) 10 KLH sub, 1 12 cerlwlh vega stealh sub com plete With aluminum box $150 OBO rl nteresled all Ac,!rJf Raymond FOR SAL-E: 1973 Doub1e' Wide MN}lre Home 3 bedroom Needs work Locahvj by Norfoll< MUS1 be movl?d Call FOR SALE: Sears 42' ':Jt '1 A Hp.(' ( ' Hder Briggs engine.\ ud llrt') r, enel len! cundltlon New and ready 10 go So5\j Ci'lll FOR SALE: Starting line 'lr, Flgurc!S Have the tolowlng tlll n cases, 1996 Jerry Rce, 1997 Mark Brune:! 1998 eddie George 2000 Wamck Dunn S10 ea Also have numerous figures out ')! tile case Call days or aftef 7,00 pm. Ask fot Ai. ( )\,\,t1 ',1) 'il S YOUR puppy OS? We heve found herl Small 3 month Old temale. Golden retriever mix Call claim her 1\' \1, \, FOR SALE: 2 bdr. ranch style. one story house with 6 acres Barn & out buildings. $ OBO. Call or BFD CONSTRUCTON: Decks. Siding. Shingling' and au of your Home Con struction needs. Experienced & nexpensive Call ,;{ \"r.. \ S[ \i' \\ll!,, FAC ORV DRECT: carpe. vinyl. wq<.d. Under retail SHve $2-$5 yard Hundreds of colors, brands, styles, nstalls available Shipped anywhere «35 or FOR SALE beautiful country home w,l1 acreage _and outstanding sel of buildings. 4 miles to town with 4 year coll..e n NW' NE. near Black Hills. Call lor brochure AR FORCE Great career opportunities available for htgh school grads. eges Plus up to $ enlistment bonus you qualify. For an information packet call USAF or Vls,t """"'air force. com FRENDLY TOYS & Gifts has openings for party plo,n oomonstralors & mslnagers-, decor, gifts. talis, ChristmBs cash, trip!, recognition Free catalog, nformaton, l:l DRVERS $).000 sign on bonusl Hlnng dnvers and teamsl Contracted CDL training Assigned equipment, consistent miles, job stability Swift Transportatlon ) 57 (eoemil) HNZ TRUCKNG has limited number of openings for flatbed drivers We offer W900 Aarodynes. 401 K. health. dental. 'Yacation package. guaranteed home lime SMALL COMPANY now hiring fiatbed drivers. Goad pay Excellent benefits with retirement. Pete Convsntlonals Specialized Hauling ' Call Monday-Saturday DRVER COVENANT Transport coasl to coesl runs Teams sta-rt 42.4S $1.000 sgn on bonus for exp co drivers. epenenced dnvers, and owner operators, For graduate students WANT TO see the country and gel paid tor t? Go truckin' with Grand sland Express Dnvers needed now lor upcoming busy season Call today ' or ext 2)0 POSTAL JOBS. $ year N"w hlr}ng No experience Paid tramlng Greal benefrts. Call tor lists. 7 days ext J)89 ONPRACTCNG OR pracoang barber needed al Joseph's College 01 Cosmetology/Barberrng as nstruclor Good salarylbenefits package Worl<,n Linooln. NE l.aoo: le.55? you ere' and e nonsmo""r. you can eam up to $2.500 e.an MDS Hams al PAVS to find out more. MSSOUR WELDNG nslllule. 11K. Nevada. Missouri. Beoome a certified pipa and stnx:lufll welder. Eam top pay n 18 weeks. Many oompan'es seek our graduates s885 newspaperanl'- ="nn, i:{;":._. ';\..'.....i: ':' ': }.' \ E P:;... :Fi.ce:n:.''c,.. ;,. 100%, 2nd Mig > 125% value. aedit & =:..;,; WA.'TQ' "\b\lding lncomeploblem.ok,.manulac\ulll1lcl ybasl",_n"rty _=7.ef1r::::"=ide:$= mon ' NE or at 782'-3125 or undingbym8lro_c:om.. :.:,vn AD F... '.-... : SAte: King 'Size Sed. Orthopedic ffrmwlth spilt box springs. n very good condition. ncludes basic metal frame. $200 or best offer. Call Leave message10ramy CLOSNG OUT Sale ThursdayandFnday. Apnl 27 & 28, 10 am to 5 pm Sat Apn am to 2 pm Mary Ann's Country' Comforts 14 mles south of Wayne Former H\.Jsl<-er buildng Many tems reduced to sell 50'%, t: dscounts Hand crafted decora lions unique 9tH tems mlfllatures s.hel'/cs CD., and many olhbf unique tems ADVACED SKN CARE: Skin supplements from Ma'ry Kay help defend your sktn aganst the environment, stress and the sgns of aging Call Lynn Sievers, Ma-ry Kay ndependent Beauty Consu/ lant 1402) leave message FOR SALE: 7'1 Honda 350 Motorcycle Needs worlo:: S115 Als-o 19" SchWinn Boys Mountain Bike 5110 Call ),9 PCF OUTLET Siore Garage Sale The PacifiC C0ast Feather Outlet Sore wrl! be participating 1'1 the C ty Wide Garage Sale on Fnday. Apnl 28 from 3pm to 7pmi Check out the LARGE nventory ot bedding products.! P11-Ows mattress pads and natural comforters to name a few Do")'! miss the ONE DAY ONLY GARAGE SALE Fnday. Apnl 28. 3pm. 7prT) (.:'l.cross 'rom John Deere! NO EARLY SALES \1 li)'.1 ll,,\11 POLCE MPOUNDS! Cars as low as $500 For isungs Ext AO)6 $15-$45hr/ Country's most established medicajldentaj billing software oompany seeks people to process claim s from home Training provided Muslown com puter.) -80<J ext#623 PARALEGAULEGAL form typist needed No expo necessary. Must own computer Ref GROCERY MANAGER $ to $ for a medium size grocery store n a smaller. central NE town. Must have grccery exparlence. Vacati9n. Health insurance. 401K. Send resume to Personnel Deparlment. PO Box Grand sland. NE EXPANDNG GOODYEAR dealer hu positions available n Kansas and NE; store management, retail or oommerciaf sales, automotive technlcia.ns. tire technicans, retread manufacturing. Top pay, 401 K, insurance, advancement Call 8OQ resumes handled confidentially NebraskaJancllKansasland Tire Group HR C'epartmenl 43«0 rving. Wichita. KS HVMC TECHNCANS and SM nstallen; Top wages and benefits. Apply Anderson Brothers ElectriC Plumbing and Heating. Rovar Park #8. Keame. NE AG MECHANC lor John Deere dealership Overtlme benefits MountainOus valley, great place to raise a famly, Hunt. fish. snow sports camping. all righl here All repltes confident,al Resume to S & G Machinery Co. 1120; sland Ave La Grande. 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20 8D Thunday, April 2' '0.;.'.,... ",. ", -,...,.,/:.JJ.,- --<-- ;.:.'" NOTCE N THE COUNTY COURT OF WAYNE COUNTY. NEBRASKA ESTATE OF OR DEAr.. ZACH Deceased Estate No PR 99-23' Notice S hereby grven that a Petrtlon for DetermtMUOf1 01 nherltance Tex has been /ted and S set lor heanng n!h&-county Coun 01 Wayne County NebarSka, located at Wayne,' Nebraska on May 15 2DOO at or attar o'clock a m fj'etltionerlper&onal Representative Karen Z8ch RA 2 Box 254 Wayne. Nebraska (402) Attorney lor PetltionerlPeraonal Repreaentlltlve Duane W. Schroeder ' W..t 2nd Street Wayne, HE (402) Martin Meter, Co-PersonaJ Representative 613 Sherman Street Wayne, Nebraskp ) 375 '4117, Nursing Assistant Classes Beltlnn1n, Soon at The Wayne Care Centre. For More ldformatiod Call Jean Thede at \ Elaine Korth. Co--Personal Representative North Lake ShoN) Drive Blelr. Nebra5ka & :2) Michael E. Ploper, No.1 8'147 Oids. Plepet & Connolly P.O_ Box Wayne, NE ) \Publ AWii i 3 :?O 27 Legal Deadlnes Monday lit 5:00 p.m. (PUb! April 27) Cty of Weyne, Nebruoke Betty A. McGul City Clerk (publ Ap-nl 27) VOlEFJR l.erljy, t8m '".':.,..:- :.'t-.',,"'":''<:""", _.. tt.,...' Net fbt'bv, ii ADVERnSEMENT FOR B'05 The City 01 Wayne. Nebraska wlll receive sealed bds untll 200 p en COT on he 911' day 01 May [ the ottlce l'l t\e Cit',' Clerk 306 Pean Streel PO Box. B Wayne NebraSka lor the ma,or 3vertlaU: and transfer to 'lew thasss 01 a Pllman Polecai 1 5 Allhal time all bids -,11,111 be opened and read aloud n the COUncil Chambers at tm Wayne City Hall Speclflcallons and big /orrns MlJS De Dbtalned from the C')- Cieri<; s :lfflce Del'.veen the hours of 900 a m and 5'00 p rn Monday through Fnday The City 0.1 Wayne has and reserves ttle fight to fetjed any ana au bids No bid mav be Wftndrawn Wthout the con senl 01 ttte City Of wayne 11l City agrees make a seieclton as Sooor as possible arter me lening, based on pnce warranties scrjedule or work, 81M any olrjw pel1ll1snl facts, ana e enter nto a {:ontracl whh the t'!ldder whc sut l mils- the best bd proposal Any questions concerrllflg ttlis request to' bds should be directed 10 Garf)-' PO.J[l8 Supenntenoent 01 Eeclnc DSlnbutlOfl at 40: Daled al Wayne Nebras-i\.a this 20th Da\! 0 1 ApriOOO NonCE!N THE COUNTY COURT OF WAYNE COUNTY NEASK.A ESTATE OF SLOA j ME!ER DOCea5eD Estate No PR N01lce S heret,. g,vel' lha1 a redon 0 1 admrnlstratjo(l and a Petito!" lor complele set tlerne"'! has been hled and S s-et lor hearing n me County Courl 3f Wayne County Nebraska 1000ted Pearl Street Wayne. Nebraska Of' Mal' ',5 2'000 s' ell arter l' 30 O'ClOCk a n' (8) Coml A. Brown.elen. of the County Court 610 Pearl Street Wayne, Nobraska Michael E. Pl-tpor, No. t8147 Okla, pt & Connolly P.O. BOJ[ 427 wayne, HE (402) NOTCE N THE COUNTY COURT OF WAyNE COUNTY. NEBRA. ESTATE OF LOUSE M. PF.ANZ, Deceased Estate No. PR (}()--15 Notice is hereby given thai on AprilS, 2000, n the County Court 01 Wayne County, Nebraska, 'the Reglstnlr issued a wrinen statement of nformal Probata of the Will of said Decedent and thai Joseptl. L. Pfanz, wtlose address s lh Roaci. Belden. Nebraska 68717, was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Representative 01 me Estate Creditors ot-this Estate musllile hfm Claims wittl!hls Cour! on or before June , or be forever barred All persons havtng a flnanclal or property nterest n said estale may demand or waive notice 01 any order or filing pertbjnng 10 tnud estbte (til) Shoryl lndlitu Ma()( (publ April May 4) 2 eflds (s} Betty McGure City Clerk (a, Sheryl Undlu lllay<or ii OF ELEcnON em Qt. WAYNE, NEBRASKA PublK: otlce S hereby gven to the quail fle-d electors ot tfie City of Wayne NebraSla that a special election has been called and Vlli be held n the City or Wayne, Nebraska. n conjuncton wfth the Stalewlde PrrmSlry Elecllon 10 be held on Tuesday, May , at whch!here shall be submlrted to the quail heo eleclors 01 said Cty the following propos lion Shall (he City of Wayne. N6braska ssue negotiable bonds of said City n the pnrtc! pai amount 01 not to exceed Three Million Dollars ($3.000,000) 10 provde lunds l-or the purpose of acqutsiuon of a site and con strucllon of a building to be used as a cornftlunlty actfvltles center and tumlshlng tl18 l8cessary equlpmenl and &pparatus lor tl1e me, sad DonOs to bear interest at!'!fte or r-ates to be detennlf16-d by the Mayor ar'ld Council of the City aod to become etue al such tme or limes as may be fixed by tf1e Mayor and Council and -Shan the Cty 01 Wayne. Nebraska, mpose an adejltjonal sales and use tar: 0' one pi:lr cent (1,00%). upon the same transacbons Withn such municipality on whtch ths State 01 Nebfit'sluilrs authoazoo 10 mpose a tu. lot purposes 01 pay1ng the pnnctpal and nteresl ot said bonds as the same tall due, and paying costs related 10 such purposes W1ttl said tax. 10 reman n effact onry so long as any or the ndebtedness OvlOOnceo by sad bonos (lhcluding rnfu-ndlng bonos SSUed to refund such lndebt&dnass) Shllil '8rrtaln outstanding Bnd unpaid? FOR satd bonos and sales and use tax AGANST satd bonos and sal and use tax. f1 a matority 01 the votes cast upon such questlon Shall be n lavor 01 such tax. rhen the goverrhng body ot the Ctry o-f Wayne shall be empowered as provksed by Sectt.clll n 27,142 and..., or1hwth proceod 'to mpose a uu pursuant 1O the Local Optton Revenue Act " a majority of those voting on the Question &hah be oppo$8d to SU(:h tax. than tile governing body of the City,01 Wayne shall not mpose such tax. Electors voling: n favor 01 said proposlbon shalll mark an "X" n the square opposite ttl8 words '"FOR sa'd bqnds and sates and' W llljr' '_ng asld proposition, and _'" 'oottng 'agalnst saki propostton shah mattr: 810.X" n the square opposite the wortls 'AGAlNST said boncs and... and usa ta;(. lojowing the proposition. Tha polling places will ba open contlnuou.!y lrom 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on said claltl. The \Otng ptacestoe_-_ )f the City will ba tho sams as lor the Sla_ Pr1mary Eaction baing helcl al,hit asme time as this-"'"eoction. Absentee _ may ba obtained lrom Ute County Clork of W8yns County. wayn NabrasloL BY ORDER OF llie MAYOR AND COUN C OF SAD CTY,PUbl Apn/2' Mev 4 j 11 NOnCE N THE COUNTY COURT OF WAYNE COUNTY. NEBRASKA ESTATE OP EME.A L LARSEN Deceased Estate N/), PR Notce is hereby 91ven """1 a linal account and raport 01 admlnislratlon and a PetlfjQn tor Complete Settlement, Adjudication 01 ntestacy. Determination of heirs, mnd Detennination 01 nherttance Tax has bmln flied and are set lor heanng' n the County Coun 01 Wayne County NebraSka, 1oca11 at 510 Pear1 Street. wayne, Nebraska, on May '5 2000al o'clock a r1" J$rtet M. J(mHe:hll, Co-Pera.onal Repr...matlve RR 1 BOJ! 84 Wayne, HE 68i'07 (402) 37!1-Zi8? M.lrdell-e C. EUla, Co--Peracurl&! ReprenntaV9 439 'North 9th StrlMt Broken B-ow, Nebreaka &&1l122 (308) 872 S0lS Mle-h&e' E. Pieper. No P.O. B. 421 Wlyne, Ne ) NOTCE OF ELECTON CTY OF WAYNE, NEBRASKA Public Notice rs hi;lreby gtven to the qull:l 1100 etectors 01 the City 01 Wayne.. NebraSka that a specu:l1 election has been celled and ;,Vli be held n the City oj wayne, Nebraska, n con/unction With the Statewde Primary Electlon 10 be held or TueSday, Ma/9, 2000 at W'lCt"t there shall be submitted to the qua!! hac efeclors 01 said elty the tollowlng proposl :on Should Wayne CiTy Code SactJons inortheasl Ovadrann (NorthwHSt Quadrant) ($Dulheast Quadrartli and \SOUfhwest Quadrant) that pro nibil parking Dn pubhc streets fom ft)ldnl9hl 10 5'00 a T) be repe-sled" No Yes if a alonty of those voting on the quest:)n 5hall De opposed then the govemlng bocly a! the City 01 Wayne shall flat repeal said sec \ons of the Wayne City Code a malonty 0'!he.,.ales cast upon such queston shall be n favor ther the ga'o'emlng body at me City 01 Wavne shall repeal Said sectrons or ti--,e Way'le (:\ty Code Electors vollng againsl sad propostion shall darken the oval opposite the word "No" and eleclors VOHlQ n lavor 01 sad proposition shall darken ths ova! opposite of the word "Yes" The polling plbces Wll be open continuous V from 800 am 108'00 P m on said oate The VOting piaces lor qualified electors at the City will be the same as lor the Statewe,:je Pnmary Ejection being held at the same tlrne as this special election Absentee ballo!s may be obtained trom the County Cler\( of Wayne County Wayne Nebraska BY ORDER OF THE MAyOR AND COUN Cll. OF SAO CTY. NOTCE OF MEETNG There will be a meeuog of the Mayor and CoUncil, Tuesday, May 9, 2000, at 7:30 p.m. in lhe Wayne City Hall. An agenda tor such meating, kept continuously current. s available tor publk: rnspechon in the City Clerk's Offce. - Betty McGuire. City Cllrk (Publ April 27) VLl.AGE BOARD PROCEEDNGS C8tro, Nebraska April Tl}e Beam 01 Directors for the Village of Carroll met rn regular session on the above date with the following members presen!: Jeff Ellis, Franklin Gilmore. Bob Hall, Mark Tietz and Cynthia Puntney, Village CleO<. Absent Mar1ee Burbach. Also present was lerry DaVS. A motion 10 approl.'6 the minutes o! rhe March 9, 2000, regular meeting was,made by Ma1l: netz aad seconded by Jeff Ellis. All presenl voted approval Bills presented were as follows. Nebraska Depl of Revenue, 84.29: Jeff Ellis, Salary, loooo, John Mohr, Salary, Cynttua Puntney, Salary. 425,00; Chatlene Jone Salary. 110_00; Farmers State Bank. loan ,J & J Sanitation, garbage service, , City of Wayne, dispatch, Northeasl Nebraska PublC Power. servce Eastern Nebraska Telephone, 'Phone tor lbrary 2445, Wayne Herald, PUC8tlOl1S 4756, HHS Regulaflon & ljcensure, watb.f class books. 90,,00, Harder & Ankeny, prep 1999 unaudited f1nanct81 statement, Wayne County Oeri<:.. Special PO'l.C BUdgel Western Office Plus, offlce supphes nlernal Revenue Servce, 1st qt' la.w:es, State 01 Nebraska HHS Labs. waler lasts, A motion to pay all brns as presented was made by Bob HaJ and seconded by Franklon Glmore All presen!...oted approval La-rtef'S of resgnaton were read trom Jonr rletz., dlfeclo.r 01 the Carr'ofl HOUSng Board and from JO Kenny, member of the CarrOll Kouslf'lQ Board A moton was mane by Bob Hall and seconded by Jeff EUts to appolnl Franklin Glmore to he Board and to hire Lynne AHemann as Dlredo-r Franklin Gilmore abstained All others voled tipprovaj The faners from the pumphouse are stili lor sale The fuel oil barrel n the back 01 vil1ag-e audltonum will be ohered fof ;;ale for $30 John Mohr S n the process 01 taking the class lor water supenntendenl back-up A mohon was made by Franklin Gilmore and seconded by Mal1o; Tietz to apply ro' a per mit to dump the vutage lagoon The board dscussed nusance propef118s n the Vllage Picture wll1 be taken at those pror ertles and turned e>ver \0 the Yll\age attorney lor Volaton A motk>n was made by Jeft Ellis and sec anded by Mark Tietz to approve SpeCal DesfQnated liquor licenses for Jim Mllhgan dba The White Dag PUb, lor wedding dances on Ma 27 and July 21, 2000, at the Village Auditorium All presenl /oleo approval A 'TO!lon was Franklin Gilmore and seconded by Bob Hall to approve a DeSignated Liquor 10' the Volunteer Fire Oepartmenl a slreet 'J8ilce on June 3 200J All pr85en! voled apravai " rnallorl was made by Franklin Gllm.ore and seconded by Mark Telz to use rural route aodresses on houses n question outside a! tle ':ty limits by the Wayne County Highway Supenntendent All present voled approval Jeff ElliS reponed tha tfle battery had beer, 'epl3ced or the water meer 6t the um r.quse A mohon was made by Bob Hall and s.ec onded by Mark Tietz to sel CleanVp Weeks 101 the VfHag8 lor the erxj of May All present voted approval When the date S se! f Wll b advertised J & J Sanitation has,lotilled the BoanJ thai the, are no longer able to pick. up grass,lip pings and yard debris vluage residents 0.'1 ' can use the brusr pile on the noftt\ end of lowr, tor dlsp2'sal at tree limbs and yard wasle Please 00 not pul any gartjage tumllure or other trash on the pile A dog and cat vaccnation dr-lie has been scheduled lor Fnday. June 30. roft! ocr p.rn at Ule Village Fire Hall Tr.ere Delng '")0 lurther t>uslnes.s lor dlscu:, Slon, a motion to ad/ourt' was mad by Manet Burbach and secondoo by Jefi ElliS All pre sent voted approval' Meeting adjour18d at 9 i5 PM The next me tlng 0 1 the Board Wlil be Mav at 730 PM a\ the Village Fire ria Franklin S. Gilmore, Chairman Cynthia Puntney. Clerk (publ Apnt 27\ Legal Deadlines Monday at 5:00 p.m. NonCE TO BODERS Sealeo bids Will be received by the Way'le County Clerk Wayne County CourThOuse Wayne Nebrask.a 58787, until May a! 4 OJ pm, tor construction at concrele bo:r: cui ven. and other YwO'll ncdental thereto, localed between Sec. 15 & 22 T25-N-R4E, Wayne County Nebraska The sealed bids are to be addressed to the Taunty Clerk 01 Wayne County. Wayne County Courthouse, 510 Pea" Street POBox 248, Wayn, Nebraska &8787: and pl<l.lnly mar\ol.e-d, '"Concrete Bo:r: Culvel1 B-d, Structure No COO local ed between Sec 15 & 22-T25NA4E " The won, shall nclude atl tabo matenals transportatron and equpment requlrea for the conslruchon ot Sta Slructure Nc COO , Tnple 10' x T x 44 Concrele &, Cuwen Plan No h of til; 15 degre skew LHB Copes ot nit! Bd Document 8f){) Speclt1catrons are on me and open 10 pubhc nspecton at the office 01 the Wayf) County Clerk Wayne Co-unty Courthouse,«ayne NebraSka A 56t Of documents may be obtaned from the.wayne County Clerk's,"-o!hce, Wayne County Courthouse Wayne Nebraska (Phone ) Proposals must be submlned on the torms tur nished with the Bid Documents Each bidder wit! be r&qulred to subrr)u with his proposal a BKl Bond or Certified Chock made payable, without condition, to the CoUhty Treasurer of Wayne County, N6brttSka in an amount equal to five (5) percen1 of hs pmpoaal The bldd&r to whom rhe contracl i award" ad shall furnish within ten (to) days after the award a surety oonq Of bonds in a sum equal to rhe tub amount of the contract. The form ot the boncs and surety shall be &cceptable to Tha wayne County Board of Commissioners The bkbtr willlncluci8 an estimated tlmo of Qeg!rVling and completion lor tile project with tile proposal. Tha lllulrad compstlon dale of the project s Octobar, S Th. Conttactor will ba _ 4S_rdays lor COf1lelon 01 lhe slte a1t.. bagnnlng work. The Board of County Commisstoners _rws the to rejoct ""y and au bids or to _ arrf lnagulsrltlas n bids. AwattlllUlheCot1rBtt Wll be n sccordance wlih the sleven points enutn8fl1ted under -.g;cons<aralona'. COUN TY PU! HASNG ACT. N.R.S.. Sections lhrough P! tho County Board... at lher...,..,tion, _rd based on tho.0-cfbm bid. Wayne County s an EQla 0pp0t1Uny yer. 00bn finn, County aen (Publ Aprii 27. May 4) Debra Finn. County Clerk (Publ April 27, May 4) o For o Against PROPOSED BY THE 2000 LEGSLATURE BY, 1llE BOARD OF EDlCAJDN of.tle Wll8lD!! CHOOL DSTNCT,...,.,8CtOOL DSTCf_. N1llE COJNrir OF WAYNE, N 1llE STATE OF NE8RAllKA (Publ. Apf127) TEXT OF PROPOSED CONSTTUTONAL AMENDMENT NonCE OF REGULAR BOARD NEEllNG Notice is hereby given thel the oegular monthly meeling of the Board of EWcalion of the Winside SChool Oistnct, a/ttja School District 95R. n the County ot Wayne, n the State ot Nebraska will be hek1 at 8:00 P.M. o"ctock or as soon thereatter as the same may be helcl on Maya n tho elemen'ary school library. Al age_ lor such meeling. kep continuously cumm s availollle lor public nspaction at lhe-. 01 lhe Slp<l<intlll\ dent. Also included are Statements of Explanation in talics Prepared by the E:.t:""'tive Board of the Legislative Council BALLOT TTLES AND TEXT OF.CONSTlTlmONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE NNETY. SXTH LEGSLATURE LEGAL NOTCE OF MBASVRBS TO BE VOTED UPON ON AT A SPECAL ELECrJON ON MAY 9, A constitutlonal amendment to ehminate an Rnglish language requrement for private, denominatonal, and parochial schools THE MEMBERS OF THE NNETY SXTH LEGSLATURE OF NEBRASKA, SECOND SESSON, RESOLVE THAT: (Publish three times. weeke of Apnl 17 Apnl 24 and May 1,2000) A pote AGANST,us propoaal wul fywi-n,he prt'sent provisl.on that tht common branches shall be taughi in thi' Enghsh Language <n all schooui uj the stole, prvate, denominational' and parrxhiaj, as well as p.ublu- SectlOn 1. At the primary election i May 2000 the following proposed amendment to the Constitution of Nebraska shall be submitted to the ele-dora of the State of Nebraska for approval or rejection: To amend Article, sectioq "The English language,s hereby dedared to be the official language of thls state----all official proceedings, recordb and publications shall be,n such language common school branches shall be taught in S1'lirl the English language in public; pi j. abe, oellontillatiol"lal ar,d ft {')C}}ie:l schools" schools" from Article, Section 27 of the state constitution, which declares English to be the official language of the state and.require.s the public schools to teach n English. SUPPORT: SpPorters say the amendmentcorrects the Constitution to reflect a 1923 U.S. SlJpreme Court decision that the state cannot force privateandparochial schools toteach n English. The 1920 provision. has not been enforced for more than 75 years. OpPOSmON: There is no known formal opposition to the pr0 posed amendment, which was approved by!he Legislature in a 48'() vote.,. NOncE OFilEEnNG The Wayne Community Schools -Boa rd 01 EqUCBtion will meet in {egular session at 700 p.rn. on- Monday, May al 'he hgh SChOOl,.1000ted al 611 We:S 7th, Wayne Nebraska. An -agenda 01 said meeting. kept continually. current, may be inspected at the office at tle supenntendent of schools Terri- Test. Secretary (Publ Apnl271 Sharotyn Biermann, DePUty Weyne County Cr:t.a. STATE OF NEBRASKA NOTCE OF EET1NG There will be a meeting of the AllpOft Authority Monday.,May 8,2000, 817:O!J..P.M. al the Wayne Munjcjpal Airport. An ag8nda for such mealing. ept continuously Ctlrrent. is... available for public, inspection in the _City Clerk's Office and the alflxlrt office Mttch Nissen, Chairman W8yne Airport Authority (Pub' April 27) Abbreviations tor this legal: PS-Peraonal Services. OE-operating Expenses, SU-SuppUes, MA-Materlals, ER-:qulpmenl Rental, CQ-Caphal Outlay... RP-Repalrs. RE-Relmbursement. WAYNE COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDNGS Wayne, Nebraska The Wayne County Board 0' CommiSSoners met in regular sesson at 9,00 a.:p ;: April 18, in the CQurthouse meeting room Roll call was answered by ChalrrnBr\ Nissen, Members Wurdeman and Mrller, and Deputy Clerk Biermann Apf11 6ce nollce of this meeltng. was published n The Wayne Herald. a iegal 'newspaper. on PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO.1 The agenda was approved The minutes of the April 4, meehng were examln9c! and approv9c! A Qle F.0R.lhiB proposal will :ampt A repon was subrnmed by Sanclie Abernethy. custodian, regarding the Stale nspocflon 01 the pnuate, denommational and h1aj boiler system. and recommendatio11s the nspec10r had fa regulate the temperature n the roller 8choo from the present reqwremenl room The repon was re-vlewed anet dlscussed that all common school branches shall Leroy Janssen. County Shenfl, VSited With the Board regarding funds in the County Juvenlle be taught in the English language t-n 'uncllon Mallon by MiMr, seconded by Wurdeman, to adopt tha followng resolution publu:, pnuate, cknommatiortal and e.. WHEREAS, lhebudge\which hadbeenallocaled to the County Juv9nlle tuncllon parochal schoolb, retaning t'hs of lne County General Fund Of the CXXl ftscaj year fs insufllclent to meel operating expens reqwremen/ for public schools only. es. due 10 the cosls assocated Wth board Of prisoners. 10 the extent lhat t wu be unable 10 'T\ake tlnal payments 01 claims lor the balance ot the currenfyear. am WHEREAS, there are unexpended lunds available f) the Mscellaneous luflctlon 01 the County General Fund tor!he fiscal year. NOW. THEREFORE. BE T RESOLVED by the Wayne County Board 01 Commissoners tnat the sum 01 $ be translerred from the Misce/lan90us function 01 General FUnd to the County Juvenle functon. eneral FUM Roll call vote au ayes, no nays Shertff Janssen also discussed fhe County Jar! budget With the Board On motfon b)-' Wurdeman, second by Miller, the foiowfl1:j resolution was adopted WHEREAS, the bugget which had been allocated fa the County Jail lunctlor'l 01 the County General Fund Of the fscal year S nsufftcjent to meel operating een6es due 10 the cost assocla!9d With board of pnsoners, to the extent that.it Will be unable to make tinal payments at claims for the balance of the current year; and WHEREAS, there are unexpended tunds avalable n the Miscellaneous function ot the Counl General Fund lor the tlscalyear. NOW, THEREFORE, BE T RESOLV"ED by the Wayne County Board or Commissioners that the sum 01 $ be transferred from the Miscellaneous lunctlon 01 General Fund to the County Jail lunctlon, GeneraJ Fund ROll call vote all ayes, no nays. Joel Jacobsen. a HunTel representatrve. reviewed the placement at a tiber Optic cable run nlng from Wakefield to Carroll t- On motion by Miller, and second by Wurdeman, approval was gven to hire a contractor 10 replace Bndge No located 2 miles easl and 1.2 north 01 Carra/, under an Emergency Clause. On motion by Wurdeman, and second by Miller, authonz8tlon was given to SOliCit bids for con. structing box culverts on two Federal Aid Sort Match projects - Project C-90(455) and Protect C 90(454), Roll call vote: all ayes. no nays. Highway Superintendent. Sidney saunders. re...iewed the stafus of the Federal A,d Bndge PrO/Bets BAO-7090(10) and BR07090-(12j, and the,asslgnmenl of E911 rural house numbers AC1ng as Board of Equalization, a td:: US! correcton was approved for Menin Belermann The followmg officers' lee reports were examined and approved: Joann Ostrander Clerk of Dlslnct Coun, $4,70829 (March Fees); Debra Finn, County Cler1l;, $ (March Fees) LorraJf1e Johnson, $97400 (First Quarter Fees). LeRoy W Janssen. County Shentt $ (January F s), $68596 (February F.es), $89920 [March Fees). The FoHowing claims were audited and allowed: GENERA! FUND $alarles $55, AT&T. DE : Abernethy, Sandie, OE, 246,00, Am&fican Legion Post 43, OE, Beiermann Electric, RP Best Western Airport nn. OE, 69.67, Bomhofl, Juanita, ER : Broadwlng Telecommunications, nc. OE, Carnage House Theater, ER Cellular One. OE, : Copple & Rockey, PC. DE. 2,200,15, Corbit Consulting, DE , D&N 66 Servce. MA, ; Dakota County Clerk.. DE, , DenkJau. Wayne C" RE, Dxon County ShenH. OE, 40.00, Eakes Office Plus, SUo Election Data Direct inc., CO, ExecutVe Copy System, OE, 344,46', Executive Copy Systern. ER, : First NahOnal Bank 01 Wayne, SUo 19.00; Gary Bnng. ODS. DE, 86,00, Gillette Printing, SU, Heemstra, Jll, OE 459,30, Hnes, Nancy, OE, 20.15, Hungrys nc., SU, 26.95: 1MB, RP, , owa Ofltce Supply (pc" SUo, ; Janssen. LeRoy E..DE. 1500; Kustom s. k1c. CE, , 'Mrsne-y Respectfully Submitted, f$elly.. OE, 55.00: LECC, OE. 8O.oo Lanser, KJmberly, OE, 50.00: Louderback Drug, &E [ucent Technologies. DE ; MPs/County SOlutOns UC, OE, 836,88: Microfilm maging Scott Moore Systems, DE , Morns Press, SU, MuhS, Douglas, DE Newark Electronlcs DE ; Northeasl Nebraska Comnet, DE, 139,65; Northeast Nebraska Juvenile Serv nc OE Secretary of State Oftlce Connection. SU, 70.45, Olds, Preper &. Connolly, OE. 1,390 14, PO nc ER, , Pamida, nc" OE, 8690, Park, Loren. OE, : Peoples "Natural Gas, OE, J Pierce County Sheriff's Dept OE. 3,00000; Poutre, Garry. ER, : Quality FOOds Center. nc DE, 19.82, Region V Mental Health & Sub,Abuse. OE, ; Servall Towel & Linen Supply OE, : Standard OHice Equipment Co, nc" SU,ER : State National Baflk & Trusf Co OE ; Stranon & Ptak., PC, DE, 1,019.56; Thurston County Sheriff, OE, , Umv ot Neb TelecommUnlcallOf\S Clr. OE, 1000; Unrv of Neb-Gooperauv9 ExtenSon, SU, 23743, US West Communicatons, OE, 698,75. Volkman Plumbmg & Heating nc. OE, 21750, WarnemurtOe nsurance & RE Agency, DE : Waste Connections 01 NebraSka, OE, 7800: Waste Connections of Nebraska. OE. 78,00. Wattier, Patti, DE, ; Wayne CountY Exlen ACllvlty Fund. SU, 35.00; Wayne County Clerk of Dislric C1, OE, 88,00: Wayne COunty Sheriff, OE, Wayne Heraldltv10ming Shopper, OE, 796,89; Wayne Stater, The, OE, 32 00: Weslem' Office PrOductions Plus, SU,CD,RP, 327,96 Wor1dcom, DE, 67.69: Zach Oil Co RP.MA 25 50, n ROAD FUND Salanes $ ; Allte-l, OE, 2' 23, BaCkuS Sand & Gravel, MA, 4 n, 69 CellUlar Dna, DE, 45,67; Com Belt Manufactuling nc., SUo 950,00: Guarantee OJ Co. nc" SU,RP : Hradec D86el nc.. RP , Kaywooa nc, SU, 995,92; Mark's Machnery nc RP , Miaw8S1 Servce & Sales Co, MA. 3,700.28, NortheaSt Nebraska PublC. OR, Pamida, nc. SUo 32.96; Pilger Sand & Gravel nc" MA, 2,nS,62: Sandahl Repair. RP, 226,27 SeNal! Towel & Ltnen Suppty, OR, 26.00; Walton ElectronCS, RP : Wayfle Auto Parts, RP SU , lach Oil Co., RP, 7S.00, Zach Propane Servicjllnc OE. 280,44, REAPPRASAL FUND Salanes $75.00; NSTTUTONS FUNpS' Health & Human Services, OE, 348,00..s..e.E...C.1AL POuCE PROTECTON FUNp' Salanes: $4, '00,00, Arnie's Ford Mercury nc MA, 4588, Chef Supply, SU, 33.96; Christopher Bovee, OR ; Farmeffi Go-operattve. MA, Gall's lr.c, SU, ; Jack's Undorms & Equipment.. DE,SU, : Kustom SignalS t[)c CO, 2,70745', Nebraska HHS Laboratory, OE, 55.00: VanCleave, Ryan, OE, 15.00: Wayne COunty Cieri<:.. OE, 10.00: Wayne County Treasurer, OE. 5.00: Zach Oil Co" OE.MA, : COUNTY MPROYE MENT6ULDNG ANNEX FUNP Oaposilory Trust Co, The, OE : NOXOUS WEEP CONTROL FUND: salaries $2,062.'6: Big John Manufactunng Co, nc" RP, 19,75. Diers Farm & Home Center. RP,OE, 544, Frednckson 011 Company, MA, : Harrneler. Don, OE PeopleS Natural Gas. DE, 37.91; Sa,, Mor Pharmacy, SU, 5.94: Schunler, Mar1ln. RP,MA, Super 8 MOlel. OE, 7900; Thomsen, Kenneth, DE, 9.09, US West Communications, OE, Wayne Auto Parts, RP 63.16, SPECAL PROGRAMS FUND KUSlom Sgnals nc CO, '\ Meeting was adloumed Nebraska voters approved the English-only amendment in i a wave ofanti-german senumentansing afterworld War. t was passed by 5-\0-1 margin. Even if voters pass this amendment,!he Constitution still will require English to be the official language of the state; all official pr0 ceedings. records and publications to be iii English, and public schools to teach in English. PROPOSED CONSTTU TlONAL-)\MENDMBNT 1: A conslitutional'ledment to eliminate an EnsJish language requimlqen&forpriyllle,denominational and parodiaischools. A vote for the amendment would delete "private denominaaional and parochial NOTCE TO BDDERS Sealed Dlds Will be received the Wavrw cc'-i'iry Cieri< Wayne County wayne Nebraska 68787, unnl May at 4 J'J (.i rt 'Jr Cons.lruC110n 01 concrete bcn '':'L. YE,-r1 arid Ciner WOrk. ncidental therelo OGated De'ween Sec 2S &. 26 T25N-R4E, Wayne CCJunty Nebraska The sealed bids are to be aodres.sed te the ""County Clerk at Wayne County. Wayne County Courthouse, 510 Pearl S\ree1 POBox 248 Nebrasa and mari<.ec Bex CUlver'. Bid No COO cx;.:;l: ed t,etweer. Sec 25 & 26-T26N R4E" 11'.12 work shall 'nclude all labor matena,s!ransportatlon ana equpment required tor the con5trucl1on at Sia Structure \i,.:. COO , Tnple 10' x 10' x 44' Concrete Box Culvert Plan Nc: f1 :)t degree skew, RBH Copies of thb Bid Document and Specifications are on file and open to nspection at lhe ofhce of the Wayne Clef1<;, Wayne County Court:house, Wayne Nebraska A set of documents may te obtained from the Wayne County Clerk S ofllce Wayne County Courthouse, Wayn", Nebrask.a (Phone : Proposals mus be submitted on the torms tu' nlshed Wth the Blo Documents Each brdder Will be required lo submlt wltfl his proposal a Bid Bond or Certfied Check made payable wlthoul condtion, to the COUNTY OF WAYNE ) County Treasurer 01 Wayne County Nebras.ka,. the ungersigned., COUnty Oer1t. tor the County of Wayne, NEtbraska, hereby certify that atl m an aftount equal 10 frvs (5) percent of rus ot the SUbjects included n the auached proceedings were contained in the agenda for the meeting proposa: 01 April , kept contlnually current and available for the publc lr\spocnon al!he otflce 01 the The blader to whom the conlract S awaf"j County Clerk: that such SUbJects were contaned n said agenda tor atl9astlwenty-lour hours pnot ed snal furmsh Wfthln ten 110,1 days aher tr.e to 5ad meeting; that the said mlnule.s ot the meetng of the County Commrsoonars 01 the County award a surety bond or bonos n a sum equal 01 Wayne were in wntten tonn and available lor publc nspection wlthm len WOrk.lng oays and pnof to the full amount 01 the contract The k, t 10 the next convened meeting of said body. thf:: lxlnds and surety shah be acceptadll: '.J!n Wttness Whereol have hereunto set my hand this 20th day Of Apnl, 2000 The Wayne County Board 01 CommSSOners SharoCyn 8kmnann, Depru.ty Wayne CtAJnty Cktrk Th-e biocler 'Wll nd'ude an estlma ted tme,::>1 '"''''''.;,;"".o,.\ beglnnlrlq and completon lor the project wltrj the prupos.al The requ or "" complehon CU,,". the projoct S. October Tr e ELECTON PREVEW Contrack)r wrll bf3 atlowed 45 calendar oays!ur complehon 0' the site aher t>eg,nn<ng woo< The Boarct 01 Coun!y CorrtmLSSiOm:rs reserves the nghl 10 releel any and au bids :-r to wane any rregulantlbs n bids Awarding the Contracl wiu be tn accordanco wtth the eleven pcnnts enumerated,l;!nder "Competitive ilddif1o'i:j. consderations, COUN TY PURCHAS'NG ACT, NR S Sections n 3110 through and the County Board will. al their ctiscretion, award based on the kmesl or best t»d Wayne County 15 an Equal Opportunity Employer

21 t;ir!9s::::!:::"'',':"' ':...t' \,. '.,.,.,- -\H :., ";;r:.....:. M\llSS'W!lme'S b",",tor.nhusker.,.on'our future athletes, They'd really WOrkshopm()(tQber. Details win be :J!it,(::,.'.!, :re;:,=rji :.=::, Fnday, Aprjl. 28' at.tlle. &l'. 0lr1..."itrack,. met on: APffi ill. th.se'11orand a finistle'd ce.c9l'flel'; Pat COnsollt G)'n1 begltlhlngat. la,tkll'u:l1.on?t Jc:1uir,' Center. Donna. Stalltng gave'ilptlilbric.k. a m}'sfel')i quat ancl a 6:pm.... ":'.' l'robli!tp ng.cou1lci, retj:mon )lstnp; COnv!lfltlonSc:rap quilt; Bonn_.,Wamer -.the.. Si>ealilrig' at 'thb year'$ banquet Class President, Band., Choir, FFA, whch was held in South Sloult'Clty (ub mystery quilt<;ompetefinished are:eric-ryan and 'Mand)' Monson...ard Aub,.... in March. Color!!uards frqm all over and bound and lois Stapleton. a Erie' isa Nebraslcil Willi, 00 who'. She.S a membel,bt.5t. Anne's the,state..invited. to marcb in a. 'millennium patienlred. white, and throlig.hai:lworli,l!amedwciaicatholig:.c/!ltl:h. i',l Dixon,..",!E. parade at the State Fair August b.ue. tecims lis$iglltil$'jts. Mand : Started. CommuAlty Service.and actvities 28. '",.., The next meetingwill be May 1 at fornebfasb.vqlr,ybali t:amthis dude: CchyOUth group, Trash The roup S also Lnvlted to attend 7:30 pm at the SenlorCenter. Bring past season:cwas < freshman j)lcup, vsiting.. thee Care <:;enter, the,programatth Ponca SChool00 a Swatch of your favorite fabric and staiter for Wll1i1cti HighSChool 'n ChrStmas' ca partlcipat ' April 27. There. will be a presenfa.,tell what you have dolle or what '1994 when,lmill'ike feated A ing in the schoot,,<:ommunity must tion on the history of MemorialDliy. you plan to do with it. in,the stat'e VOlleyball tou. cal. 'ennifer Smith, daughter of Rick Also on April 27, Govemor tohnns SENOR CTZEN CENTER Both am;l MandY-wnr;::': nd loy Smith of Allen was.chosen will be i Allen fr?m 3:25 pm until 4 The Senior Citizen Center memo ng items.for aijction' as we have as alternate.. '. pm. Auxdary ladles are asked to fur. bers are invited to the Coleridge d n 'the'past;' Comhuskf" Boys- and Giris State nlsh cook,e,., Senior Center for guest night, orle Tcketsaie S5 for ad ts d $4 for 2000 will be t1eld. the week of. A poppy poster contest S being Sunday April 30 at 5 pm. They will for stud'enn nc1 de(j' \ ulheaoc. june 4-10 at the University of,ponsored for grades 4,S,6 7. be,erving Lasagna, Salads, dessert,.. u n pnee S N"'. sk. t oln. Wi '11 '-A d the. evening meal. consisting of "",3 a at Re campus, mners. W "",announce at coffee and milk. Roast beet baked potato cm na BANQUET.. awards mght allhe schoof and the COMMUNTY CALENDAR rolls ie' k ff d' The Allen FFA Chapt'" FFAw.1 be posters Wll be dsplayed n the Allen Friday, April 28: Athletic Banquet, c cream, ca e, co ee an hid' 'ts FFA Sa t F id M 6 30 E T k t tea.oyour ticket purchase also makes 0 ng. nque ray, ay uslnesses.. ;. pm; ementary rac mee you'eligible to win a season pass for' 5 at 7?"' at the Allen Gym. The COMMUNTY CLUB. ', r..." ta.w el'ill'th.ap"'fi7aooe: 12:45 pm; last ay tor su:rt' ""i Rec,a a,," 29:.tjC.. COl'.'.to,be'Rd;" ;:n9 EYen.W1;:;e 'Sunday. Coeiidge Guest thghtfor Tuesday, May 2: Some-R-Set at Senior Center; K.12 Music COnCl!rt 7:30 pm ' Wednesday, May 3: Stone (r,3ft Bible Study 1: 15,, Cla"re Schubert's home;serendipity Group meets; Ladies meet for card, from Senior Center; Kid's Klub Thursday, May 4:Driver's lice",se EXam in Ponca; HS.rack Winsde pm Friday, May 5: Seniors last day; FFA Banquet 6 30 pm Allen home contests for the menu Wll be Roast Pork, BBQ Pork, The Allen Commun.tyCiub met Wakefield News school season. Where else can Bake-d potato, homemade salads, at the Village nn on April 17, 2000 ou et a reat meal a chance to and desserts. The cost of tickets are Vlce PreSldent Donna Schroeder Mrs.Walter Hale Y. g. g d h '2 /j S6 for adults and SS lor studlmts cahed the meettng to order. The wtn a pole an. ear.1<ce ent Tckets are available from an FFA secretary's.and treasurer's repom f mes.sages 0 motivation Also, the Senior Athletes of the member or at the door were read and approved Year will be announced Be sure to JACKSON FSH.FRY The commumty clearlup day will atlerld this ear's Athletic Ban uet The Dakota County Democrats be May 10 Commumty members. tty All A hl q are sponsonng a.. fresh fsh Fry.ari' urged to volunt"er. the". time and suppo your en t etes. On" item that the Athletic Froday, May 5 at the lackson Leg'on and/of pckups to help,n ths pro- Department n '<>ds to urchase 's Hall n lack,on. Nf They Wll.be,eet P.le'Se meet at 1 pm at the new gym mats. currett estimates servtng carp, buttato, pollock, school s east parktng lot f you ar" for customized mats are around augratln potatoes. cole slaw, bread' able to help n any way Appliances $3,400. New mats would greatl and. butter, arld a slice 01 on,on arld large items will be taken il they inhance our m. Y Senllng tjme S- trom are outstde the doo or on the. curb- Anyone inrested n donatin COACHES WANHD..,ng: Those plcktng up trash Wll not you can' mail our COrltt'But,on ( The Summer Recreaton Board S go tnslde any build,ngs to get,terns Dave Uldrich: A.D., C/o Allen looklr'lg lor coaches lor the summer. Gatage sal"s will be held in can Consolidated Schools; P.O Box 190. youth bau league, They are accept,unction w,th the som Exotic Allen, NE Earmark the check,ng apphcat'ons for a girls softball Ar',mal Swap Meet on Urle 10, on the memo space for "gym mats. coach and a boys baseball coach There will be no Commun,ty Club All contributors will be recognized nterested, submit a letter and lst of advertising or maps made Anyone for their support for our school and quahflcatlonsto.. wantlng to have a ;ale w, need to young people. Allen Summer Rec, Cia Paulette do their own advertlstng in local BOYS/GiRLS STATE DELEGATES Kumm; Box 243; Allen, NE papers Meet,ng adjourned justin Warner " the Corntlusker?243 They Wll accept applcations COMMUNTY CLEANUP Boys State Delegate for th" Floyd unttl Friday, Aprol 28 The Commun,ty Cleanup will be Gleason American Legion Post #131 GOV.jOHANNS TO BE N ALLEN May 10 beginnrng at 1 pm. at Allen Justin is 17 years old and a Governor Mike lohanns will be 'n Appliances and large,tems wtll be Urlior at Allen. He is the son of lack Allen Thursday, Aprrl 27 He w,l taken f they are outide the door or and Rhonda Warner of Allen. talk,ng to the commun,ly at the on the curb,ng. Those p!ckmg up Grandparents are Norma Warner of Allen Waterbury Free and Rescue trash will not go inside any build Allen and Vietor and fanet Kniesche Burldmg from 325 pm unt!1 4 pm,ngs to get items Anyone WShing of Wayne Be sure and stop,n to VSit w,th your to donate their tme and/or p'ckup justin is a member ot the United Governor S welcome and encouraged to Methodist Church, the Pleasure and ELEMENTARY TRACK MEET attend. Profit 4 H Club, a junior leader in 4 The Elementary stu'dents are NNE PATCH QULTERS H,' 5tlcretary of the Allen FFA prepanng for the/" Elementary Nine Patch Quilters met on April Chapter, a Jr Member of the Trackmeet whch will take place 3, 2000 Hints were,hared regard Nebraska ChaCOlalS Association, a jr Friday, Apnl 28 at the Allen Football,ng qulting tools and shortcuts Member of the Nebraska Ayrshire Feld. Grades 3 through 6th wrll be Background p,eces for the Sen,or Association, and has participated in,nduded. The meet will begin at Center quilt were cut and dlstnb many FFA judgmg Events. ATfuffi'ilte" 1'2'45 'Pm.,., case of bad weather, uted Each member S to make 8 rs Lyle Rahn, son of Davil'J and lea" the rain date S May 5 Be sure to blocks and return them at the June Rahn stop at the football field and cheer meeting. Plans are being mad for a Z' Sale CHOOSE FROM THE LARGEST SELECTON N THE MDWEST! PEAS. BEANS TOMATOES PEPPERS $WEET CORN HERBS FLOWER SEED WLDFLOWERS.. AND MUCH MORE.. "'\' MRACLEGRO for Tomatoes Water Soluble Formula for Healthy Plants, mproved Yields Slb. box $399 COMMUNTY CAlENDA Monday, May 1:.Little Red Hen Theatre brood meet,ng. 4 pm.. Foreflghter> meeting 7 pm, Wakefield Rescue, 8 p m Tu(>!oday, May 2. Eastern Slar, 7 30 pm Wedne'day, May 3. Ho,p,tal. Auxiliary general meeting, 2 p.m Thursday, May 4: Connthian Certified Poblic Accountant Max Kathol P..C NSURANCE Complete nsurance Services,'Auto -Home -Ufe -Farm -BUSiness -Crop National nsurance (f)rirsl Ageacy Gary Boehle - Steve Muir 303 Main Wayne 'Northeast Nebr nsurance -- Agency j j! \\L{ ThlrJ Sl \\uvnc.'7')-26l)() oauto -Home oufe ohealth -Farm Servrng the needs of Nebraskans for over 50 years ndependent Agent PLUMBNG For All Your P.."n... N.. Contact: Spetluban Plumbing Wayne, Neb...ka Lodge #83 AF &. AM, 8 p.m. SCHOOL CALENDAR Monday, May 1. Honors conve>cation Tuesday, May 2: Junior high track, Homer, there, 4 p.m Thursday, May 4: Tra<:k, Norloll,. Catholic, there frfday, May S: Golf, Sta"ton, there, 10 a.m. aturday, May 6: Junior high track, Pierce, there, 9 30 am.; Gold WakefreJd nvite, 9 a.m. Farm Sa188 -HlJB Sales -Farm Manag8ll18nt JT 206 Main. W.yno, Nil Quality RepreaentaUon For Over 48 Yet.,.1 Alan StolteD!>uJ ERA Pat LUD.& Se.le Management Appra!&al8 8tolteD.beq &.,. PARTNERS ' 108 W. 1 St '11, :;. D.o.!lJlonoollillllOlEJl!l!tlllrlll1llllllltLllll Agefll Broke' Age" AC... ""'-..al.p'<9'_ olll\la-., a e.uo-.. PROPBTY EXCHANGE 112 PROFESSiONAl BUllONG WAYNE, omce_ 3713ot Call U. Totl Free )4 SERVCES Jon 1118 C8nurY Club Are you 55 or better? Fffi<! personalized checks. No charge on. moneyoroers. -No charge on traveler's checks. Speclel travel otters. The State NatlaDal 8aDk lk Truat ComJllllQ' li '... wayne, NE (402) "Pra/rit!WndS AitCenter sland)ylll bti'hosting. ' senior Center members..,'. '... ShOli,open toll adlt artlsts;" E!ltY; Monday, May 1: 9 PatchQuiit.ls July 21..The$flow 7:30pm at Senior Centef'; kcf:_ run Jrom Aug"1-Aug. 31:",. Groupmeeu;l<rumweide Traclcmeet Prize awards Wil./)e Homer.1 pm;une' Dancing at the<5hc!w wi...,fudged by Senior Center Ken HOsmer, and wlu.instnlct paintingat the Art center on Aug. 4,5 and 6. Arteeptionwlll be given to Operllhe show Qn. 4 from S:3()-8;30 p;m. / For nwre nfonnation and a perspectus contact Don Cilrttf(';1ill W. Division, Grand li1a'nd, NE The telephone number s Your Vote Would Be Appreciated for District #4 Dixon County Supervisor MlRLE ROltBE'R (Democrat) 58 year resident of Dis!. 114, married, 3 children dlversrti8d tarmlng operation tor 22 years, truck driver for M.GW lor 10 years, currently employed at yv.s.c. Operations 8. Maintenance Dept. Paid for by Merte Roeber. SERVCES COLLECTONS Banks Doctors Hospitals Landlords Merchants Munlcpalities Utillty Companies... ACCOUNTS RETURNED CHECKS --- lenoll CRfDT...-.l uo ftt TTH TlHT P.O, WAm, EJ1ll1l787 Make your business stand out! Order raised letter business Lards,n a vallety ot colors & "> les Pr,Les slart al $22 20 for 500 F1a(c your order {odav l '" Order J "tj.rnper & make l1fe ea\t'r '. SLgna[re Stamp. Return addre" Stamp Cuslom Stamp All Lan he ordered pre onked for your (OnVenlence l Stop by & look at our catalog Carlson Craft bu:-,nes in\1l8tlons & announcements bnng J.A.Z:l. tn )our event Check out l)ur desgn book The Wayne Herald Meming Shopper 114 Main, Wayne VEHCLES 1401) 87Mt...)_11 fu WZll7l-tll 1il:\:S Automotive Service ASE Certified -Complete Car & Truck Repair -Wrecker' Tres Tune-up 'Computer Diagnosis 419 Main Street Wayne Phone: BrooksR. Widner. Owner 616 W. stsm:et Wayne.NB (business) 402c375:SQ67-(home)'

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Cltyslda (A}-GARAGE SALE: Apnl 29th. 105 CityStde Dr 7 am to 12 noon Baby, toddler and chldren's dothes, Baby furnl tura and children's toys Come and see No earty sales No Ch&CKS Cash only (AA}-GARAGE SALE: 107 WClH Olive. 8 am to noon Changng table, ex ereise bike. nfant bathtub. nlant seat, baby swing, baby exercise. &Ctnc oven drop leaf table, baby clothes, gins, boys dothes; 6-10, gir1s Junor, Name brands: Old N-avy, Gap, Calvn Klein Puzzles, sluffed animals twin bed apartment sze washer, dryer, playpen No early sales, cash only -- (B)-UULTl-FAMLV GARAGE Sale Fn dey, Apr 28th 5. 7 pm Sat. Apr 29tt am 623 E 10th St Children s dothes. nfant car seat. bouncy seat rock & bounce. plus other oys Guys and gals casual dress ctottles and teens Househod items nd much more (BB}-GARAGE SALE: 815 N Nebras ka. Friday, 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Sat. 8 am to 12 noon Blonde c_r chest, 2 smgle beds, bunk bsll with drawers, cemng fan, light ki household items, 'towels;' Christmas items, 'baby cr1b, cards tor all oc:caslons, craft items, clothes, toys, games, video games, stereo, boom box, camcorder and chargers, and Misc (C)-GARAGE SALE: 513 HRlcrest Ad Apr. 29th, 7 am to 1 pm. Trundla bed ss, Sudent desk w!ch8lr, serv ing cartlcabinet2-2fi" 10 sp&&d bikes, 2 5 pc. sel 01 luggage, size 11 women's men:hlng band shoes (wom once, kll:en tems. women's and men's cloth ing, shoes, Packard bell 486 computer with monitor and speak&fs. NO Checks ' (CC)-GARAGE SALE: 508 East 6th St 7' em l> 12 noori. Co\hlng. 4 drawer dnlsser, bathroom vanty with sink, books. glllawae, knck-lcnacks,. show' ers QM'alns,. Wll hangings. pieturas. tray. cash,... lnbror door. treadmj and rnclmore. eomeear1y-rylhiag prloed l> sell (D)-GARAGE SALE: 909 ljncoln St Baby car seat, stroller, adult clothes Kids clothes, all different sizes Fast track. ab-roller lamp, word processor and much more (DDf-GARAGE SALE: 320 W 5th St Sat Apr 29th. 7'30 '10 noon Men's shoes. boots 12/13. krtcmn appliances mcrowave, sha'vers, watches. massagers, back packs. recreabon equpment water raft. roller blades, bikes, tools, lots of misc. Household and kitchen tems. Double de garage door can rool rack. and recliner (E}-MULT1-FAMLY GARAGE Sae 117 S Maple Fnday Apr 28th 6-8 pm Sat Apr 29th, 8-12 noon Antiques stereo Wth- speakers. bunk beds. youth comblr1ation pqol table. clothes, many 'TlSC Toys. books, Home n.tanors, rtams to numerous to mention. Cash only No early sales. Don't Miss This One! (EE}-GARAGE SALE: 526 Donner Pass 9 am until done Samng computer equlpmen bool<s, gel1l6s, kids clothes, knick knacks, furniture, lackels, plasllc patio table and ch8rs, pictures, small kitchen lable, roller blades, and vanous other items. All thngs are priced to sell' (F}-GARAGE SALE: 1009 Lilac Lane April 29th, 8 to 2 pm. Men and women's clothes, caps, knick' knacks, some craft items, humidifier, fish tank, toys: baby crib wlih rnaltr&ss, books, portable dish washer. curtains. boys bike, weight set, winter coats, 1992 Mazda silver, two door, low miles (FF}-GAFlAGE sale: 1414 Vintage Hill Dr, 6:30 am to? All kinds 01 b&lding, clothing; 811 Sizes!rom kids to adult X LG, Sori>& fabrics. wreaths. shoes. plastic lowers sullbe lor memorla day, kitchen utensils. pols. pans, rlshes, boolr,s. Lots of misc. tems. (Gf-2-FAML Y GARAGE Sale Acrd 29th, 8 2 pm 221 South Wr1dom,'! tan! to adult clothing, car seat Hla'll bounce cha.lrs nfant SWing,... ttle Tykes desk, Home ntenor decorations, some Chnstmas dacoratlons ;nany m1s:: tems to lumerous to mentlo,' TO Checks (GGl-YARD SALE: 309 W 41h St 730 am to 400 pm Everything must Ge,il Lots of great stuf1 Dresser cohee tabies, word processor, r&chner. paint ball gun and kt, brand name clothe" and shoes kitchen tems and dlshe 2.rld many' other things. f you ant greal stuff, then ths S your yard sale Don" MSS t 11 (H}-GARAGE SALE: 515 W 3rd St Fnday, 4 7 pm, Sat pm Two large BJrplane pants and large Chrlsl, mas cactus, some craft supplres such as buttons and beads. etc some targaf StZEl women's clothes, gas grill (no tank), Christmas decorations and reduaed prt CQ5 on e craft items. msc. tems Cash only. (HH}-GARAGE SALE: 1004 Hillcrest Rd. 9 am to 3 pm. Old oak desk-ehau. Fastlrack, 10 spaed bike. Mise. (}-GARAGE SALE: 414 Walnut Sat Apr. 29th. 6 am to 12 noon. Corne to the 3 tarnily garage sale to sea au the fantastic lems. Wa wilt have colh9s. toys, toddler bike, cassellrls, videos. and many ltloll tems at axtnlrnely reasonable prices. Corne eany belore evarythlng is gone, (l1}-garage SALE: 407 Oak Dnve, 7:30 to 12 noon, Clothes. inlanl thnj 4T, women's small thnj XiJge, men's clothes. baby i1ems. playpen, w8kels. car seats. furni1ura, dlslles. etc. Toyll gator8. Lll1& T. Fisher Prlce. y 1dt:h&n, batery operated Baotlle Jeep. Barbies and accessories. Utile bit lor averyone, 1'40 checks pi8lls&_ (Jf-BAKE SALE: 210 MalO laid Ward robe bdg) Sponsored by The Next Generation Club Sat Apr 29th 8-12 Proceeds go to the Amencan Cancer Society (JJ}-GARAGE SALE: 303 E 10th S 8 00 am to 6 pm Salurday, Apnl 29th Theta Phi Alpha House Various mlscel laneous tems (K}-HUGE MOVNG Sale 114W. 8th 5t Sat 8 am to 1 pm, Men s. boy s & women's c10thln.g, turnlture, appliances golf duos, fans. Window air conditioner. tamps, games. books, kitchen vtensl\s. water bed frames, day bed, dressers, knick knacks AH items priced to sell BB Guns, Rifte, Bow w/arto, Gun Rack (KK}-GARAGE SALE: 1031 Slnny\liew Drive 8 am to?, Lots of men's, wom en's, cllikhln', c:ohn\l. ChUchn'S loys and ameli appiance.. 7ft Ski Boat (Ll-WOOD CRAFTS and Garage Sale nd Ave, on the comer, 7:30 am to 1 pm. WaD and floor quill rack&, childs table and chairs, doll cradles, bakers racks, long, short and in-b&-tween sh8\as. end table With magazine rack., plant stands and planters, gun rack. satt and papper shakers trdn collection, pa. par back 37S-5 _ (LlHaARAG: SALE: 108 Pllllt1 St 7 am to noon, LocaleCl at Tom's Body Shop. SponCll'8d by The Wayne Rotary Club. Praceed wi! go Reilly lor Ule. (M)-G,\RAGE SALE: Our Savior Ctwrch, Slhand Main. 8 am to noon, Everything!rom trash to _ras,,- (N)-GARAGE SALE: 519 Crescent Dr. 7 to 3 pm, Sal. Aprl 29th. Nebtaska 1ootb&1, books and jackets. coals, cohes. hats. ClPS. pruses. 13" color TV. pool CUllS, rack. balls. shng poles, gunsl uggaga, duffels. piclures, radios, knick knacks. large brass decoratlons. cryslbl. simlr. hosle8s dishes. cliff notes, t,1'l'lg& hood hanging lamps. woven woods, 26" 3 Speed men's blcyc&, okng picnic table. large nliior. No checks. (Of-GARAGE SALE: '502 Claycomb Rd Sal 8 ) \e moved n an-d "t doesn't fit l Maple and Oak dining tables chars" executive desk with glass lop salfl' horses {'wn & queen bedspreads crystal stemware, Toro lawn mowe' books, px:tures, mse kitchen utensils office 5uppltes. etc Antque FrenCh wal nut carv&d, upholstered senee ami 2 cnalrs (P}-GARAGE SALE: st Aye Fn 4-7 pm Apr 28th and sat noon Apr. 29th Oothes, grts sze boys size Al$O ladies & men s cfothl9:s Lots of misc GO to check t out l (Q}-GARAGE SALE: 302 Oak Dn"e 7'30 to 12 noqil Gambles arid fnends Aroorican Cancer Retay for Ufe Fund R.atserMuftl family Sate ntant to adlult dothing. toys, household tems. mse LUmWlanes and quitt raffle tlckets available. All proce&ds go to Amencan Ganesr Socety (R}-GARAGE SALE: 1006 st Ave 8 11 am, Sat, Apr 29th. Car seat. bouncy chair. girts clothes, 'lOftths, boys c1oth&s, 0. 4T and many other mise tems. No checks please (Sl-MULTl-FAMLY GARAGE Sale: '110 E, 6th St. 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Lot" of baby and toddler cloth&s. Also hol1;: of twln clothes, cr1b, walkers, high chellrs, swings, bottles, s1ppy cups, Girls n,owbom to size 8. Boys newborn to size 10, Adult clothes and 1llSC. Cash only. No earty sales. (T)-GARAGE SALE: 918 Pearl St., Sat. Apr, 29th. 8-2 pm, Homemade wood items; Wishing well, kld's picnic tllllle, chlkren's tool bench and hutch, wheel barrow, birdhouse garden bench. ftc,wer plan&rs. cat house. work banches and more! Young men'. and women's Clothing. Bas&ball1hOeS, , BarOS. MiSe- tems.. AlsO, 4'l<8'xT Kids pile hous&-$250.llnhhvstad in playhouse c (U)-GARAGE SALE: 'oj Maple pr'l 6 plus families.hod '&ser to! o;,lds at Praise A..ssernO\ T &DCly bears and clothes ana ry)-ucr CT)(:lfe (V}-MOVNG SALE: 1002.ina Ave tl 00, 30 pm Car seat bed rail booster halr books baskets p'ctures, weed eatar, 110se, addlrlg machne, Chnstmas decorations!ewelry dlshes purses, LP records some clothes and M1S,C Galore! (Wl-BG YARD Sale 31 b East 7th Apnl 29th 8 00 am. 12 noon Next to State Nabonal Bank ATM machne No earty brds please We've cleaned out [he whole house Chldren s and adult cloth lng, pots & pans, golf clubs, stutfed ani ma!s, Chnstmas tlns. Ftsner Pnce SV-l'lm mlng pool, toys and lots more (X}-REMODEUNG SALE: 782 Wa:nut Dr 7'am to noon 7 blrcn mtenor doors bathroom Sink. madictne cabinet. light baj. bentwood rocker-rhea ranbow computer: pnnter-very good Venous lebnc lengths, boys & girts 10 speed bikes. ete (Y}-GARAGE SALE: 915 Circle Dn..., Sat. April 29th 7:30 am to noon. Any thing!rom chitdren's and edun clothing to shoes, toys, kitchen items, some fur niture, exertise equipment, accessories. Bnd a bunch of mise. items (Z}-GARAGE SALE: PeClfic Coast Feather OU!l& Store: Mattrass pads, pll. lows, natural comfor1ers. pulow covers, crib rnaltr&ss pads, crib sze lllankets. wat&rbed!t8ltr&ssas. waterbed mat tress pads. decoratlvll pi1ow$ and MUCH MOREll One Oay ONLYl FrdaY. Apr\i 28th, 3 PM to 7 PM, J>acl1lc 0Qall1 Fea\her' Outlel Stora ndutllal Roac. (-.:ross 101m Joln Deete on HWy 35) No Early Sales,

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