It`s okay for health care to evolve, as long as it

It`s okay for health care to evolve, as long as it
B4• The Schuyler Sun • Thursday, April 30, 2015
Senior Citizen
Center
Meals are served at noon,
Tuesday-Friday. On Mondays, evening meals are
served from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
There are no noon meals on
Mondays.
Meal reservations are
recommended by 4 p.m.
the day before, or by 4 p.m.
on Friday for Monday’s
meals. To add or change a
reservation, call the center at 402-352-5009 after
9 a.m. the day of the meal.
Home-delivered meals
are also available by calling
the senior center. Homedelivered meals go out at
11 a.m. weekdays and 5 p.m.
Mondays. Carry-out meals
are $7.50. For people eating
at the center under 60 years
old, the meal is $7.50.
The city of Schuyler
handi-van is dispatched
from the senior center.
The handi-van is in operation from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
weekdays.
Menu
May 4-8
Monday: Swiss steak,
mashed potatoes and gravy,
green bean casserole, 5-cup
salad, cheesecake with topping and white and wheat
dinner roll.
Tuesday: Pulled pork on
Area Church Schedules
a whole wheat bun, baked
potato, buttered Brussels
sprouts and pineapple tidbits.
Wednesday: Roast beef,
mashed potatoes, buttered
corn, applesauce salad and
white or wheat dinner roll.
Thursday: Roast turkey
with gravy, sweet potatoes,
buttered carrots, red grapes,
white or wheat bread and
margarine.
Friday: Baked fish,
garden rice, baked beans,
pickled beets, apricots and
whole grain muffin.
Milk, coffee, water and
iced tea are offered with all
meals.
Events
Monday: CHI Health
blood pressure clinic,
5-6 p.m.; Presentation
from Schuyler Community
Schools Superintendent
Dan Hoesing, 6-6:15 p.m.;
Card clubs following evening meal.
Tuesday: Bingo and
cards, 1 p.m.
Wednesday: Cards,
1 p.m.
Thursday: Mother’s Day
Dinner; Cards, 1 p.m.
Friday: Bingo, 1 p.m.
The coffee pot is on daily
at the center by 9 a.m., with
a fresh pot at 2:30 p.m.
Births
McCoy Doerneman
M i c h a e l a n d Sa ra h
Doerneman of Columbus are the parents of a
son born April 16, 2015,
at Columbus Community
Hospital.
McCoy Michael Doerneman weighed 8 pounds,
9 ounces.
He was welcomed home
by sisters, Lola and Zoe,
and brother, Briggs.
Grandparents are Russ
and Linda Forney of Richland and Paul and Sharon
Doerneman of Schuyler.
Great-grandmothers
are Florence Forney of
Bellwood and Gladys Coufal of Howells.
Joseph Estrada
Daicy Estrada Nava and
Rafael Avila-Juarez of
Schuyler are the parents of
a son born April 23, 2015,
at Butler County Health
Care Center in David City.
Joseph Jovani Avila
Estrada weighed 7 pounds,
1 ounce.
He was welcomed home
by sister, Jaira Estrada, 1
1/2.
Grandparents are Maribel Estrada and Joe Estrada
of Schuyler.
First Presbyterian
Church
802 A St.
May 6 — Prayer group
meets, 6:30 p.m. in pastor’s
study; Wednesday evening
Bible study, 7 p.m. in library.
May 10 — Sunday School,
9-10:15 a.m.; Worship,
10:30 a.m.
May 11 — CE/Library
Committee meets, 6 p.m.
u ps ta i rs i n C E ; M i s sion Committee meets,
6:30 p.m. in library.
May 13 — Finance Committee meets, noon in
library; Prayer group meets,
May 6 — Last night of
6:30 p.m. in pastor’s study; Church School, 6:30 p.m.;
Wednesday evening Bible Confirmation interviews,
study, 7 p.m. in library.
6:30 p.m.
May 7 — Schuyler MinChrist United Methodist isterial Association at
S t . B e n e d i c t C e n te r,
Church
1922 Colfax St.
8:45 a.m.; Covenant group
Rev. Pat Norris, Lead
at McCool Junction, 12:30Pastor
2:30 p.m.
Rev. Carroll Plisek,
M ay 1 0 — Wo rship,
Associate Pastor
8:30 a.m.
M ay 3 — Wo rs h i p
with Communion, high St. Augustine’s Church
school seniors recognized, Sixth and Banner streets
8:30 a.m.; Senior recogniFr. Carl Zoucha
Fr. Gregory Congote
tion brunch, 9:30 a.m.
Mass times:
Saturdays — 5 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. (Spanish)
Sundays — 8 a.m. and
noon (Spanish)
Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays — 7 a.m.
Thursdays — 6 p.m.
(Spanish)
St. Mary’s Church
11th and Banner streets
Mass times:
Sundays — 10 a.m. and
5 p.m. (Life Teen Mass)
Tuesdays and Thursdays
— 7 a.m.
Mission team heading to Last Frontier
By Tyler Ellyson
The Columbus Telegram
COLUMBUS — Chuck
Kinnison and his neighbor
Chuck Sindelar are bringing
their fishing poles along to
hit the annual salmon run,
Rocky and Mary Plettner plan
to visit relatives in Wasilla
and Roy Walter is heading to
the northern coastline to see
Prudhoe Bay.
Each person gathered last
week at First United Methodist Church has their own
itinerary for the upcoming
trip to Alaska, but for seven
days they will focus on a
single goal.
The group is traveling to
The Last Frontier in July to
help those in need by building houses through Habitat
for Humanity and taking on
any other community service
work that arises.
Fishing, sightseeing and
socializing are just added
bonuses.
The trip, scheduled for
July 22-28, is being organized
by the mission committee
at the local church. It comes
six years after First United
Methodist sent a group of
about 15 people to help out at
the Methodist church in Willow, Alaska, located north of
Anchorage.
“After the last (trip) there
were several of us who wanted
to go back,” said Denise Kracl,
who called the follow-up visit
a priority for the committee.
Join the
mission trip
There are still spots
remaining for those
interested in joining the
First United Methodist
Church mission trip to
Fairbanks, Alaska.
Volunteers do not
need to be members
of the church or
Columbus residents to
help out.
For more information,
call 402-564-8463.
In 2009, the group worked
on the church parsonage and
basement in Willow, assisted
at a food pantry and chopped
firewood for area residents.
Kracl, a Schuyler resident
and Colfax County attorney,
said there is a “significant
need” for mission work in
Alaska because the state’s
long, brutal winters leave only
a few months out of the year
for projects to be completed.
This year, the local group
is working with the First
United Methodist Church of
Fairbanks to build Habitat for
Humanity houses in the central Alaska city and provide a
helping hand with other work
in the community.
Rotating volunteer teams
typically build a total of
three homes for needy Fairbanks families each summer, according to Kracl, and
members of the local group
will bring varying degrees
of experience to this year’s
effort.
For some, this will be their
first time working on a Habitat build. Others have years of
expertise.
Kinnison started volunteering through Habitat for
Humanity about 20 years ago
in Omaha and the Columbus
man was part of a team from
the local church working on
the most recent house under
construction here last weekend.
“There’s a need in the city
as well as in the rural areas
for housing,” he said while
explaining the importance of
Habitat for Humanity projects in Fairbanks.
Although the Columbus First United Methodist
Church is sponsoring the
trip by providing funding
for food, lodging and other
expenses, members of the
mission group don’t have to
be members of the church.
The only requirement is a
willingness to help others.
“That’s why we’re all going,
we want to help people,” said
Mary Plettner of Columbus.
Group members, who
must cover their own airfare, also view the trip as an
opportunity to experience
Alaska in a way most tourists
don’t.
Melanie Knoepfle, a member of Federated Church, said
she’s looking forward to the
interaction with Fairbanks
residents.
“You can see what the
needs are and maybe help
meet some of those needs,”
the Columbus woman said.
Knoepfle and Kracl are
bringing their daughters, ages
7 and 9, along on the trip and
other mission team members
range in age from 41 to 79.
“We don’t all know each
other, but I bet we will by the
end of that week,” said Carol
Winter of Columbus.
First United Methodist
Church is also sponsoring a
trip to the Midwest Mission
Distribution Center in Chatham, Illinois, in October to
deliver and package items
used for disaster relief and
a youth group will head to
Texas later this year.
LARGE AUCTION
Sunday, May 3, 2015 8:00 A.M
122 West 12th St. Schuyler, NE at Brichacek Auction Building
Auctioneers Note: This is a very clean auction. Will be selling 3 lines most of the day.
Early Bird Auction at 8:00 A.M. with Approx. 100 Boxes of Misc.
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TRAILER (Sell at 10:30 A.M.)
Snowco 41/2’ x 8’ Trailer 27” Sides W/Ramp Gate
MOWERS (Sell at 10:30 A.M.)
John Deere F 525 Riding Mower W/48” Deck
Ariens 5 ½ hp. Mower, Rear Bagger, S.P
HOUSEHOLD
Amana 20 Cu.ft Side-by-Side Refrigerator, Water & Ice in Door, Almond (nice); Kenmore Auto. Washer, White (nice); Maytag Elec. Dryer, Almond
(nice); Maytag Portable Dishwasher; Amana, G.E. & Whirlpool Microwaves; Microwave Stand; Excellence Dorm Refrigerator; G.E. & Kenmore Dehumidiiers; JVC 32” Color TV W/Remote; RCA 20” Color TV W/Remote; Polaroid 15” Color HDTV; Under Cabinet 10” LCD TV & DVD Player W/Remote;
Sony Under Cabinet Radio, CD Player W/Remote; 34” Smoke Glass TV Stand; 36” TV Stand; 53” TV-VCR Cabinet; 49” Home Entertainment Cabinet;
Monteverdi Stereo System W/8 Track; Pioneer Stereo System W/Speakers; Caraway Sofa, Love Seat & Chair: Full Size Hide-a-bed; La-Z-Boy
Rocker Recliner (nice); Best Big Man Rocker Recliner (nice); Rocker Recliner (nice); La-Z-Boy Swivel Rocker (nice); 2 Swivel Rockers (nice); 3 Glider
Rockers (nice); Wood Rocker (nice); Thomasville Drop Leaf Table W/4 Chairs (nice); Ethan Allen 42” Table W/2-15” Leaves & 3 Chairs; Mahogany
Duncan Phyfe Drop Leaf Table W/3 Leaves & 4 Chairs; Mahogany Buffet; Ash 42”x 54” Table W/18” Leaf & 4 Chairs (nice); 30”x 48” Table W/4
Chairs; Chromecraft 42”x 52” Table W/18” Leaf & 4 Swivel Chairs on Rollers (nice); 36”x 48” Table W/2-12” Leaves & 6 Chairs; 3 & 4 Pc. Bedroom
Sets; Master Sleep Full Size Mattress & Box Spring; Oak Queen Size Sleigh Bed (nice); Simmons Queen Size Mattress & Box Spring (nice); Twin
Size Headboard & Frame (nice); Master Sleep Twin Size Mattress & Box Spring (nice); 4 – 4 & 5 Drawer Chests; Blonde 4 Drawer Chest & Double
Dresser; Ethan Allen Full Size Bed; 2 Hollywood Bed Frames; Full & Queen Size Headboards; Cavalier Water Fall Cedar Chest; 4 Oak Swivel Bar
Stools (nice); 30” Knickknack Cabinet; 30” Lighted Knickknack Shelf; 40” Book Shelf; Bakers Rack; 3 – 2 &4 Drawer File Cabinets; Sentry 17”x
21” Safe; Mosler Bahmann & Co. 31”x 42” Safe; 3 Swivel Ofice Chairs; Samsonite Folding Chairs & Card Table (nice); 12 Folding Chairs; 36” Dim
Clothes Rack; Table, Vanity & Floor Lamps; Baby Changing Table; Globe on Stand; Sony Play Station & Games; Sega Dreamcast; Linksys Wireless
Router; 2 Walnut Lamp Tables; Oak Book Stand; Oak 55” Wall Shelf; Jewelry Armor; 2 Wrought Iron Bar Stools; Night Stand; 12”x 48” & 24”x 36”
Wall Mirrors; Dyson Upright Vac.; Kenmore Whispertone 300 Vac.; Kirby Legend II Upright Vac.; Oreck Compact Canister Vac.; Weider 1120 Weight
System; Pro-Form Treadmill; Healthmaster 280 Exercise Bike; Healthmeter 330# Scale; New Home Portable Sewing Machine; 2 – 20” Floor Fans;
6 Ft. Banquet Table; Alpine 150 & 250 Air Puriiers; Sony & RCA Boom Boxes; Cordovox Ampliier & Speakers; B & D Counter Top Oven; West Bend
Bread Maker; Kitchen Aid 4 ½ Qt. Counter Top Mixer; Hamilton Beach Elec. Roaster; Nostalgia Hot Chocolate Machine (new); Small Kitchen Elec.
Appliances; Tupperware; Corningware & Pyrex; 12” Revereware Skillet; 2 Cutco Knives; Pampered Chef Grill Tool; Anchor Hocking Bakeware;
Celebrations Covered Candy Bowl; Wear Ever Long Cake Pan. #228 Coffee Pot, Colander & Cookware; Kitchen Utensils; Ofice Supplies; Stainless
Double Boiler; Elec. Heated Chip & Dip Set; Linens; Emb. & Crochet Thread; Sewing Supplies; Cassettes & 45 RPM Records; Watt Earp VHS Tape;
Johnny Carson, Diana & Elvis Books; 40 DVD’s; 25 VHS Tapes; 4 Bag Chairs; Garment Bags (new); Right & Left Hand Golf Club Sets; Coolers; 10
Totes, Various Sizes; Toys & Games; Car & Carpentry Books; Nintendo Wii Fit & Games; 2 Fiberoptic X-Mas Trees; 6 Ft. X-Mas Tree; 40” Lighted
Santa; 7 Boxes Christmas Lights (new); Nativity Set; Holiday Express Porcelain Train; Outdoor Projector for Year Around Greetings; Ben K. Green &
Ken Overcast Western Story Books; 7” Digital Picture Frame; Mounted Fish
STAR COMMERCIAL COUNTER TOP POPCORN POPPER
ACCORDIONS
M Hohner 1 Row Button Accordion (Germany)
Pitzschle 2 Row Button Accordion (Germany)
ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES
Oak 42” Round Table, 4 Chairs & Dresser W/Pressed Front; Pine Commode; 2 Night Stands; Dresser W/Mirror; 4 Chromcraft Chairs; Chrome Table;
Organ Stool W/Glass Ball Feet; Vanity Bench; Crock Bowl; Cream Can; Griswold Skillet; Garford Model E Phonograph; Atwater Kent Battery Radio;
Magnavox Radio; Fruit Press; Kraut Cutter; 2 Light Fixtures; Champion Sled; Graniteware; Starburst & Sun Bonnet Sue Hand Stitched Quilts; 8 Quilts
& Tied Comforters; Wood Doll Bed W/Quilt; Fancy Work; Emb. Tea Towel Set; Hull I-14-10 ½ Basket; Shawnee #452 Vase; Pink Depression Cookie
Jar, Cream & Sugar Bowl; Bohemia Bowl; Blue Czech Bowl & 2 Pitchers; Bavaria Bowl; England Tea Pot; Blue & White Teapots, Pitchers & Vases;
Fenton Red Bell; 3 Brass School Bells; Brass Items; Beater Pitcher W/Beater; Glass Candelabra; Etched Wine Decanter; Amber Sherbet Dishes; Lefton Figurines; Green Glass Hat; Howells Centennial Crock, Milk Pitcher, Plate, Cup & Toothpick Holder; 10 F.J. Richtig Knives, various sizes; Old Forge
Butcher Knife; 16 Pocket Knives; Buck #121 Hunting Knife; 2 Pocket Watches; Jewelry & Rings; Pen & Pencil Collections; 1890 12th Annual Colfax
County Fair Book; 15 Ladies & Men’s Hats; Glass Pedestal Cake Stand; 3 Kerosene Lamps; Gold Trim Stemware; Nebr. Husker Memorabilia; Last
Supper Picture; Cape Cod Cruet; Wooden Clock by Keith Karel; Elvis Presley DVD & 45 RPM Records; Thomas Kinkaid Musical Lantern; 3 Lanterns;
Hen & Rooster Knickknacks; 150 Yr. John Deere Plaque; 2 Feather Pictures; Robert E. Kerby & Bob Moline Western Pictures; 1963 & 1971 Vesely
& Co., Howells Bowl; Brownie Hawkeye Camera; 1963 Western Lunch Pail; Marbles; 12 Pl. Setting Johann Haviland China “Blue Garland” (Bavaria,
Germany)(new); 70 Cookbooks; 1918-87 J.D. Tractor Book; 4 Wood Fishing Lures; Planet Jr. Corn Planter; Nutting Lug Cart; Schwinn Hornet 26”
Bike & 16” Bike; Shelby Flying Cloud 26” Bike; Horse Collar; Jalco Cream Tester; Winchester 10” Brace; 3 Steeles; 300 Basketball Sports Cards
FARM TOYS
Check Web Site for Complete List
COINS (Sell at 11 A.M.)
Check Web Site for Complete List
NASCARS & MUSCLE CAR
Check Web Site for Complete List
MISC.
Speedaire 1 hp. Portable Air Compressor; Craftsman 6” Jointer-Planer, 16” & 18” Scroll Saws, 7”x 44” Belt & Disc. Sander; 7” & 10” Table Saws &
Shop Vac.; Rockwell 10” Motorized Miter Saw & Jig Saw; Plasplugs H.D. Contractor Tile Cutter & Diamond Wheel 7” Wet Saw; Power Tool Stands;
Hein-Werner 1 ½ Ton Bumper Jack; Portable Work Light on Stand; Napa ½” Drive Socket Set, 6 & 12 Volt Battery Charger; S & K ½” Socket Set,
Open & Box End Wrench Set; Ryobi Palm & Detail Sander & Gas Weed Eater; ¼” Drive Socket Set; JD. 11/16 Socket; Sunspot Power Light; Skil
3/8” Drill; Hand & Yard Tools; Wagner 959 Power Paint Roller; Air Tank; Wet & Dry Shop Vac.; Propane 30,000 BTU Reddy Heater; Radio 6 Cu.ft.
Wheelbarrow; Poly Yard Cart; B & D 18 Volt Weed Eater & 18” Elec. Hedge Cutter; Redmax BT280 Gas Weed Eater; Weed Eater 17” Hedge Cutter; Craftsman Blower, 46” Pull Type Leaf Rake W/Thatcher; Murray 20” Lawn Mower; Scotts Fertilizer Spreader; 2 Electronic Bug Killers; Ride &
Beautify Pull Type Yard Sprayer; 5 Pc. Redwood Patio Furniture; Warm Morning Gas Grill; Propane Turkey Cooker; Coast-King Trike; Roadmaster &
Magna Speed Bikes; Garden Hose; 7’x 8 ½’ Fitted Tarp (new); Thompson Walking Sprinkler; 10 Fishing Rods & Reels; 4 Chimney Cleaning Brushes
& Rods; 2 ½ # Fire Extinguisher; 1 Qt Dry Test Weight Scale; Air Horn; Fogmaster; Pan Cake Propane Bottle; Kids Picnic Table; TBZ Garbage Cans;
Keller 5 Ft. Alum. Step Ladder; 4 Poly Patio Chairs;
Terms: Cash or Check. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. All items bid in at bidders risk.
Jack & Jeanette Konsel, Wilma A. Barta, Est. & Bill & Joyce Perrin, Owners
Web Sites: www.auctionbill.com & www.auctionzip.com
Sale Conducted by Brichacek Sales, Inc.
402-615-0353
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