June 10th, 2015
Doris Chelewski, 88, went to be with her Heavenly father May 20, 2015, in Rifle, Colo.
Doris was born to Ray and Bula Price in Ansley, Dec. 11, 1926. She attended school in Ansley and taught in one room schools for a few years, then she married Edmund Dec. 5, 1948.
They farmed in Nebraska until 1963, when they moved to Rifle, Colo., where they continued farming until 1972, when they started Chelewski Pipe and Supply.
George W. Pierce, 77, of Gibbon, died Wednesday, June 3, 2015, at his home.Â A memorial service was. Friday, June 5, 2015, at Faith United Church in Gibbon with Pastor Larry Michael Rush officiating.Â Interment will be held at a later date.Â Memorials are suggested to Faith United Church in Gibbon. Condolences may be shared online at www.osrfh.com. Oâ€™Brien Straatmann Redinger Funeral Home of Gibbon is in charge of arrangement.
George Wendel Pierce was born Feb. 24, 1938. in Sargent, to James â€śGardâ€ť and Minnie V. (Loyd) Pierce.Â Â
Frances Faye Govier, 88, passed away June 1, 2015, at the St. Francis Hospital in Grand Island. She had been living at the Good Samaritan Village in Grand Island prior to her death.
Kay Verlea Towns was born April 18, 1938, in Broken Bow, to Evelyn and Bennie Hall.
She graduated from Merna High School with â€śThe Palmer Methodist Business Writing Teachers Certificateâ€ť in 1955 and started teaching at Prairie Hill country school outside of Merna.
April 2, 1954, she met Dick Towns at the Merna Legion Hall at a Hadley Barret Dance. They were married Dec. 26, 1955.
She was a ranch wife, mother and also was employed by the Corner Style shop 11 years, receptionist for Prairie Eye Care for 30 plus years and she worked at the counter at Runza for the last two years.Â
LINCOLN, Neb. (June 9, 2015) â€” More than 7,000 athletes have registered for the 2015 State Games of America (SGA), including national qualifiers from 46 states and host-state entries from 190 different Nebraska communities.
Top five states include Nebraska (4,205), Iowa (302), Kansas (270), Texas (254) and Wisconsin (158). Four states yet to be represented include Hawaii, Maine, Vermont and West Virginia.
The largest five sports thus far include Track & Field (638), Soccer (630), Swimming (473), Figure Skating (451) and Basketball (427).
These 4-H pictures are in The Custer County Chief's unclaimed photographs basket. If you know the people in the above pictures, call them to see if they would like to come and get them in our office.
If you have a picture that you have dropped off and never picked up, stop by the office to look through our unclaimed basket.
We are open Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM
The Goodwill Donation trailer will be in Broken Bow at the Schmicks parking lot.
Tuesday the Broken Bow City Council will meet at noon.
Friday there will be a Pie and Ice Cream Social at the Custer County Museum from 5-7 PM.
This weekend is City Wide Garage Sales in Arnold and Broken Bow.
Saturday is the NE Jr Hereford Show and CHAN in Broken Bow.
The Muddy Creek Celebration in Ansley starts this Saturday with wine tasting and sand volleyball tournament. Check out our calendar of events for more on The Muddy Creek Celebration and things happening around our area.
Memorial Services for Pamela S. Gates, age 62, of Broken Bow, were Wednesday, June 3, at The Nebraska One Box Convention Center, 2570 S 27th Avenue, Broken Bow, with Dennis Fiedler officiating. Inurnment will be in the Gates Cemetery.
Govier Brothers Mortuary of Broken Bow was in charge of the arrangements.
Funeral services for Ella Mae Jensen, age 84, of Neligh, formerly of Winnetoon, were Monday, June 1, 2015, at Christ Lutheran Church, rural Creighton. The Rev. Terry Huber officiated, with burial in Bloomfield City Cemetery in Bloomfield.
Brockhaus Funeral Home in Creighton, was in charge of arrangements.
Ella Mae died Monday, May 25, 2015, at Golden Living Center in Neligh.
Ella Mae (Mock) Jensen, daughter of George and Lydia (Falke) Mock, was born May 16, 1931, at Creighton. Ella Mae was baptized June 4, 1931, by Pastor Stegemann at Christ Lutheran Church in Bazile Mills.