Nemaha Herald
Thirty-one Points in Fourth Quarter by Culver- Stockton Dooms Bobcat Women’s Basketball

Thirty-one Points in Fourth Quarter by Culver- Stockton Dooms Bobcat Women’s Basketball

After leading for the first 34 minutes of the game, the Peru State women’s basketball team saw Culver-Stockton read more

Wilkinson and Sims Bobcat January Athletes of Month

Wilkinson and Sims Bobcat January Athletes of Month

Two Bobcat basketball players are being recognized as the Peru State Athletes of the Month for January. read more

Bulldog Speech Team Second to Malcolm at Beatrice Invitational; Will Host Auburn Invite Feb. 13th

Bulldog Speech Team Second to Malcolm at Beatrice Invitational; Will Host Auburn Invite Feb. 13th

The Auburn High School Bulldog speech team earned a second place finish at the Beatrice Speech Invitational read more

Bulldog Wrestling Team Ninth at ECNC Tourney; Gill Takes Third; Armstrong and Dunn Are Fourth

Bulldog Wrestling Team Ninth at ECNC Tourney; Gill Takes Third; Armstrong and Dunn Are Fourth

East Central Nebraska Conference Invite Results for Auburn 106 pounds - Jalen Maher (21-19) Champ. Round read more

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Peru State College Will Host SE Nebraska Career Fair February 25

Peru State College will host its annual Southeast Nebraska Career Fair from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25 in the Al Wheeler Activity Center (AWAC). The event is free and open to the public. Students and people from across southeast Nebraska are encouraged to attend.

Diane Shaw Retiring After 28 Years at APS; Ben Ideus’ Resignation Accepted

By David Swanson

The resignations of Diane Shaw, second grade teacher and Ben Ideus, secondary special education teacher, were accepted Monday night, Feb. 8, by the Auburn Public Schools (APS) Board of Education. Shaw is retiring after 28 years, all with APS. Ideus will teach next year at Johnson-Brock Public Schools, where his wife, Kristine, teaches kindergarten. Ideus also is head high school boys’ track and field coach and an assistant middle school boys’ basketball coach.

Tierra Williams Second in Long and Triple Jumps at Husker Frank Sevigne Invite

Tierra Williams of Auburn continues the solid start to her junior season with the University of Nebraska Huskers with second place finishes in the long and triple jumps Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5 and 6. She leaped 19’10-1/4” in the long jump Feb. 5 and 42’1-1/4” Feb. 6 in the triple jump. The Huskers competed in the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational at the Bob Devaney Sports Center indoor track.

Bulldog Girls Beat Weeping Water, Fell to Yutan in ECNC Tournament

Auburn High School girls basketball team beat Weeping Water 47-25 Feb. 5 in third round of the ECNC Tournament. Freeman was the host site for Auburn’s final game of the ECNC Tourney. The 14-5 Lady Bulldogs headed to Adams to play Weeping Water for the second time this season. The first game was a 44-17 win for the Auburn girls squad back in December for the Bulldogs second game of the season.

LORENE A. ROSENTHAL

1920-2016

Lorene Alma (Steinhoff) Rosenthal, one of six children of Louis and Sophia (Ehlers) Steinhoff, was born September 30, 1920 at Syracuse, Nebraska. She was baptized October 20, 1920 and confirmed April 13, 1935, and attended school in Syracuse. On January 3, 1945 Lorene was united in marriage to Erwin Rosenthal in Syracuse. Erwin was in the service, so the couple made their first home in California where he was stationed. In the coming years they would be blessed with three children: Eugene, Kenneth Ray, and Carol. Returning to southeast Nebraska after Erwin’s discharge, the couple lived and farmed in the Cook, Nebraska area until 1969, when they moved to a farm west of Johnson, Nebraska. In 1982 they moved off the farm and into Johnson. Before her marriage, Lorene cooked and cleaned for families in the Syracuse area, and then moved to Lincoln, Nebraska where she cleaned at Lincoln General Hospital. After her wedding Lorene was mostly a stay-at-home mom, helping on the farm and running the household. She did work for about six months at Campbell Soup Company in Tecumseh. A member of Grace Lutheran Church in Cook and then Zion Lutheran Church near Johnson, Lorene was active in ladies’ groups in both churches. She enjoyed handwork, and also liked to be outside gardening, mowing, or just taking her daily walk. She also looked forward to morning coffee at the Johnson Grocery. When she could no longer live at home by herself, Lorene moved to Long’s Creek Assisted Living in Auburn, Nebraska. After an illness, she was admitted to the Nemaha County Hospital in Auburn, and it was there she passed away on Tuesday, February 2, 2016. She had reached the age of 95 years, four months, and three days. In addition to her parents, Lorene was preceded in death by her husband Erwin, three sisters, and two brothers. Lorene is survived by her children Eugene and wife Donna Rosenthal of Tecumseh; Kenneth and wife Lois Rosenthal of Johnson; Carol and husband Dennis Schneider of Johnson; grandchildren and spouses Brian Rosenthal, Kimberly and Rick Hofmann, Amy Cassner, Staci and Jason Keel, Kristi and Scott Pelican; step-grandchildren and spouses Teresa and James Calantoc, Roxane and Tom Vondra, Ethan Petrashek; great-grandchildren Sloan, Daley, Declan, Ainsley; step-great-grandchildren Cami, Alex, Tyler, Brandy, Christopher; four step-great-great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law Maxine Kyle of Beatrice; Dorothy Klein of Lincoln; Peggy Rosenthal of Omaha; many other relatives and friends. A funeral service was held Friday, February 5, 2016 at Zion Lutheran Church near Johnson, officiated by Rev. John Kisling. Joan Bohling was organist for congregational hymns. Casket bearers were Rick Hofmann, Brian Rosenthal, Jason Keel, Scott Pelican, John Seeba, and Leon Rosenthal. Inez Gebers and Lora Neddenriep were flower attendants. Burial was in Grace Lutheran Cemetery

 

Feb. 13 Services for Linda S. Stuchal

LINDA S. STUCHAL

1948-2016

Linda Sue Stuchal, 67, passed away Saturday, February 6, 2016, at her home in Brownville, Nebraska. The body has been cremated. Memorial services will be 10:00 A.M., Saturday, February 13, 2016, at the Brownville Town Hall. A private family inurnment will be held at a later date. There is no visitation. Memorials are suggested to the Nemaha County Hospital Foundation, Auburn, Nebraska. Online obituaries and condolences at http://www.minterfuneralchapels.com. Services are entrusted to Minter Funeral Chapel, Rock Port, Missouri.


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