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Lila F. Schneider, 80





Lila Fae Schneider, 80, of Burwell, Nebraska died January 30, 2015 at the Valley View Living Center in Ord, Nebraska.

Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Monday, February 2, 2015 at Hitchcock Funeral Home in Burwell, Nebraska. Burial will be in Cottonwood Cemetery in Burwell. Pastor Alan Petersen will officiate. Visitation will be from 2 – 4 p.m. Sunday, February 1, 2015 at Hitchcock Funeral Home. Memorials are suggested to the Burwell Fire Department Equipment fund.
Lila was born September 26, 1934 in Garfield County, Nebraska to Jesse and Laura (Connor) Freeman.

Lila married Stanley Schneider on September 2, 1950 in St. Paul, Nebraska. They lived and farmed in Jones Canyon. Stanley died on April 26, 2011.
Lila loved farming, cooking, sewing quilts, making her own clothes, baking and Nebraska football.

Lila is survived by two children, Joani and Craig Hansen of Ord, Nebraska and Junior and Sue Schneider of Burwell, Nebraska. Four grandchildren, Michelle and James Bruha of Ord, Scott Dilsaver of Burwell, Kyle Schneider of Burwell and Chad Schneider of Lincoln. Two great-grandchildren, Ashley and Tye Bruha of Ord. Two brothers, Marvin and Sherry Freeman of Seneca, Nebraska and Dale and Connie Freeman of Mead, Nebraska and one sister, Margery Zulkoski of Elyria, Nebraska.

Lila was preceded in death by her parents. Five sisters, Florence Riecks, Lola Augustyn, Norma Black, Betty Freeman and Ilene Lindsey. Three brothers, Robert Freeman, Delbert Freeman and Gerald Freeman as an infant.

 

Dean H. Hilbers, 83


Funeral services for Dean Harold Hilbers, 83 of Fremont, NE will be at 10:00 am on Tuesday, February 3, 2015.  Visitation will be Monday, February 2, 2015 from 3 to 6 pm.  Internement will be at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Hooper.  Ludvigsen Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.

Dean Harold Hilbers was born January 8, 1931 to Martin and Paula (Marx) Hilbers at home near Hooper Nebraska. Dean attended country school and graduated from Scribner High School, class of 1949. He was drafted into the United States Army on October 2, 1951. He married his high school sweetheart, Lois Lewerenz on December 28, 1951. To this union four children were born. Sheryl , Vance, Robyn and Candace. He served his country during the Korean War from October 1951 until he was honorably discharged April 1953.


Dean was a wire chief for the Burlington Northern Railroad, a 7Up salesman for Mid Continent Bottlers in Omaha NE and in 1972 he started his own business, Hilbers Distributing Co. Inc. becoming a distributor for Remington Arms. He then sold shooting supplies to almost every gun club/shooting range/hunter and trap shooter across the Midwest. He himself was an avid trap-shooter, hunter, trapper, fisherman and all around outdoorsman.


He spent most of his retirement at his beloved cabin in the Sandhills near Burwell Nebraska, until last October when he agreed to move to an assisted living in Omaha Nebraska. The past few months were spent with his children and grandchildren being able to visit frequently. On New Year’s Eve he became ill and suffered a fall and was admitted to the VA Hospital in Omaha. He was then moved to Arbor Manor in Fremont where he was placed in hospice care.


Dean is survived by his former wife of 46 years, Lois Hilbers of Omaha, Daughter in law, Kim Hilbers of Omaha. Three daughters and sons in law; Sheryl (Bill) Koile Sr. of Valley, Robyn (Dale) Vance of rural Louisville and Candace (Dennis) Klingemann of Omaha. Seven Grandchildren and Four Great Grandchildren; Jodie (Caleb) Morgenson of rural Louisville – Xiola and Adeline. Bill (Amanda) Koile Jr. of Gretna - Claire and Davis. Zachary (Lauren) Hilbers of Franklin Tennessee. Johanna Hilbers of Campbell California. Brenton Klingemann of Golden Colorado, Tyler Klingemann of Omaha NE and Kaitlin Klingemann of Omaha Ne. One sister, Janet Killingsworth of Scribner. Two nieces and Five nephews.


He was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers Eugene and Virgil and his son Vance.

Ella M. Langenwalter, 103




Ella M. Langenwalter, 103, of Placentia, California passed away on Wednesday, January 21, 2015, in California.

Graveside Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 5, 2015, at the Ord City Cemetery. Reverend Trever Rook will officiate. The family will receive friends from 9:00 a.m. until service time on Thursday at the Ord Memorial Chapel. Ord Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Ella was born December 1, 1911, in the Geranium Township of Valley County, Nebraska to James and Mary Elizabeth (Novotny) Rybin. She received her education at District #30 rural school.

In 1937, she moved to Omaha where she attended Beauty School. Ella operated a Beauty Shop in Omaha until 1940, when she moved to California.

On October 25, 1946, Ella was united in marriage to Vernon Langenwalter at Long Beach, CA. The couple made their home in California. Mr. Langenwalter was a truck driver and Ella accompanied him on many of his trips delivering boats throughout the United States. Ella also worked as a seamstress for many years.

Ella was a member of the Lutheran Church. She enjoyed traveling and camping. Over the past two years she has visited the Netherlands twice.

Survivors include a brother and sister-in-law, Marvin and Illa Fay Rybin of Ord; four nephews, Art and Jamie Rybin and LaVern and LeRoy Langenwalter all of California; and a host of family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Vernon; four brothers, Eldon, LeRoy, George and James Rybin

 

B. Phyllis Gould, 87




B. Phyllis Gould, 87, of Arcadia passed away on Sunday, January 25, 2015, at the CHI Good Samaritan Health Center in Kearney.
Funeral Services will be at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, January 30, 2015, at the Arcadia United Methodist Church. Reverend Dr. Jeff D. Hale will officiate. Burial will be in the Arcadia Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5:00-7:00 p.m. on Thursday at the church. Memorials are suggested to the Arcadia United Methodist Church and Arcadia Rescue Unit. Ord Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Bonnie Phyllis Anderson Gould was born September 19, 1927, at Ord, Nebraska, to Walter and Ruth (Norman) Anderson. When she was seven years old, her family moved to a farm east of Arcadia, and she attended Arbor Dale School, graduating from Arcadia High School in 1945.
After taking Normal Training, Phyllis received a Level 3 Teaching Certificate and taught school at Arbor Dale, Balsora, and Valley Side in Mira Valley.
On August 17, 1948, Phyllis and Calvin Gould were married at the Methodist Church in Arcadia. They farmed north of Arcadia until they retired and moved into Arcadia in July of 1998.
Phyllis was a member of the Arcadia United Methodist Church for almost seventy years, where she served as a Sunday School and Bible School teacher, and served on various committees of the church. She especially enjoyed working with the children, whether it was leading singing in opening exercises at Sunday School or helping serve snacks at Bible School at age 85. She dearly loved being part of the Friendship Circle and quilting on Friday afternoons. Phyllis was an active member of the United Methodist Women and served as president, secretary, and a work chairman for the group. Her membership in the church and its activities were very important to her.
Working outside in the garden was also a very special part of her life. Every summer Phyllis could be found working in her garden, especially the large strawberry patch. Even after they moved into Arcadia, she enjoyed working in her flowers and vegetables.
Her family was the most important thing in Phyllis’s life. She encouraged them in whatever they did and loved to share her latest news about them. A loving grandmother, she was even willing to take care of all seven at once. They loved to go to the farm, and they tell countless stories of adventures there with Grandma and Grandpa. She made each of them a quilt as they were growing up and then another to commemorate their marriage. As the thirteen great grandchildren were born, she made a quilt for each of them.
Her visitors, whether at the Manor in Arcadia or Rose Lane in Loup City, usually found her reading. In her last few months at Rose Lane, she told the nurses that she was limiting herself to only one book a day. Although she missed Arcadia greatly, she was very appreciative of the excellent care she received at Rose Lane.
Phyllis is survived by two daughters, Mary Anne and husband, Dale Paider of Arcadia and Denice and husband, Delmer Dietz of Central City and a son, Charles Gould of Omaha; seven grandchildren, Dawn and husband, Larry Kinne of McCook, Philip Paider of Lincoln, Susan and husband, Clint Schildhauer of LaVista, Nicole and husband, Mike Redmond of Mableton, GA , Christopher Paider of Arcadia, Jason Dietz and wife, Megan of Ord and Derek Paider and wife, Sara of St Paul; thirteen great grandchildren, Katelyn, Kyle and Kylar Kinne, Elisa, Alex and Harrison Paider, Kelsey and Kylie Champlin and Kayla Schildhauer, Leyton and Avery Paider, Chase Redmond and Clark Dietz; four step-grandchildren, Jacob, Nathan, Megan and Ryan Schildhauer; a sister-in-law, Dorothy Gould of Kearney; and several nieces and nephews.
Phyllis was preceded in death by her husband, Calvin in 2008; her parents; her twin brother, Walter (Gene) Anderson and his wife, JoAnn, a brother, Robert; and an infant sister.
 
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The Huskers last two outings haven't lacked for drama. The point-margin was a total of eight points in the contests. The team lost at Iowa 78-72 in OT and topped Illinois 59-57.

UNL's defense has its work cut out against a shap-shooting MIchigan squad. The Wolverines boast two of the best three-point shooters in the Big Ten in Siera Thompson and Katelynn Flaherty. Each shoots better than 40% from beyond the arc.

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- Nebraska was limited to a season-low in points in a 60-42 loss at Minnesota, on Saturday. It's the second straight game the Huskers have been held under 45.

UNL missed its first four shots of the game and tallied only five in the first half to trail 23-16 going  into the break. Terran Petteway and Shavon Shield's combined to go 8-for-23 on the night. 

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1/31 High School Sports Slate


BASKETBALL

Finals

BOYS

Anselmo/Merna 47 - Mullen 45 OT (MNAC Tournament)

Sandhills/Thedford 63 - South Loup 42 (MNAC Tournament)

Neligh/Oakdale 52 - Elgin Public/Pope John 34 (NVC Tournament)

Niobrara/Verdigre 60 - CWC 51 (NVC Tournament)

GIRLS

Elgin Public/Pope John 60 - Neligh/Oakdale 42

WRESTLING

Invites Featuring Area Teams

Boone Central Invite

Team Finals

1. David City 198.0
2. Ashland/Greenwood 196.0
3. O'Neil 180.5
4. Kearney 151.5
5. Bayard 110.0
6. Neligh/Oakdale 96.0
7. Malcom 89.0
8. Omaha Westside 85.0
9. Aquinas Catholic 82.0
10. Pierce 59.5
11. Boone Central/Newman Grove 54.0
12. Elkhorn Valley 51.0
13. Nebraska Christian 13.0
14. Elgin Public/Pope John 9.0
15. Guardian Angels Central Catholic 7.0

NOTABLE FINISHES

WEIGHT 106: Ty Groth (Boone Central/Newman Grove) - 5th Place
WEIGHT 120: Nolan Wondercheck (Boone Central/Newman Grove) - 6th Place
WEIGHT 120: Andrew King (Boone Central/Newman Grove) - 8th Place
WEIGHT 126: Steven Arreguin (Boone Central/Newman Grove) - 5th Place
WEIGHT 132: Cody Shanno (Boone Central/Newman Grove) - 4th Place
WEIGHT 138: Joel Meyer (Boone Central/Newman Grove) - 5th Place
WEIGHT 145: Andrew Rasmussen (Boone Central/Newman Grove) - 6th Place
WEIGHT 152: Andrew Fangman (Elgin Public/Pope John) - 5th Place
WEIGHT 160: Luke Swanson (Nebraska Christian) - 6th Place
WEIGHT 220: Jacob Krings (Boone Central/Newman Grove - 6th Place

Ainsworth Invite

TEAMS

1. Valentine 210.0
2. Burke/Gregory (South Dakota) 190.5
3. Sargent/Burwell/Loup County 158.0
4. Central City 135.5
5. Winside 114.0
6. Gordon/Rushville 94.0
7. Ainsworth 53.0
8. North Central 26.0

NOTABLE FINISHES

WEIGHT 106: Zak Olson (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 4th Place
WEIGHT 113: Shad Simpson (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 2nd Place
WEIGHT 138: Clayton Suckstorf (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 3rd Place
WEIGHT 152: Chett Hinton (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 4th Place
WEIGHT 160: Rowdy Moon (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 1st Place
WEIGHT 170: Cody Cassidy (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 3rd Place
WEIGHT 182: Lane Helgoth (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 1st Place
WEIGHT 220: Tyler Gideon (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 2nd Place
WEIGHT 285: Thomas Hughes (Sargent/Burwell/Loup County) - 4th Place

Irish Invite

TEAMS
1. Sedgwick County/Fleming (Colorado) 209.5
2. North Platte/St. Patricks 185.0
3. Kearney Catholic 169.0
4. Maxwell 116.0
5. Sutherland 113.0
6. Mullen 104.5
7. North Platte 78.0
8. Dundy County/Stratton 59.0
9. Anselmo/Merna 59.0
10. Hyannis 20.0

NOTABLE FINISHES

WEIGHT 138: Seth Spanel (Anselmo/Merna) - 5th Place
WEIGHT 170: Mitchell Burnett (Anselmo/Merna) - 3rd Place
WEIGHT 195: Justin Wells (Anselmo/Merna) - 1st Place

Arapahoe Invite

TEAMS

1. Norton (Kansas) 138.0
2. Elm Creek 129.0
3. Arapahoe 128.0
4. Pleasanton 88.0
5. Elwood 84.5
6. Hitchcock County 64.0
7. Axtell 59.0
T-8. Eustis Farnam 51.0
T-8: Stapleton 51.0
10. Sumner/Eddyville/Miller 42.0
11. Wauneta/Palisade 37.0
12. Cozad 32.0

NOTABLE FINISHES

WEIGHT 126: Dalton Loeffelholz (Pleasanton) - 3rd Place
WEIGHT 132: Nash Meyer (Pleasanton) - 5th Place
WEIGHT 138: Tristen Bruns (Pleasanton) - 5th Place
WEIGHT 145: Colton Lammers (Pleasanton) - 1st Place
WEIGHT 220: Michael Winberg (Pleasanton) - 3rd Place
WEIGHT 285: Trey Keaschall (Pleasanton) - 1st Place
 

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