Thursday, October 7, 2021

Throwback Thursday: Oct 2, 2011



Funeral services for Ted Larsen will be Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cordova, Nebraska. Interment will be in the Zastrow Cemetery.


The Exeter and McCool Junction United Methodist Churches have a new pastor in residence at the Exeter parsonage. Pastor Ray Underwood, his wife Sharon and their young son Derrik have moved to the parsonage in Exeter.


Monday night during a Junior Fire Patrol meeting, members of the Exeter Fire Department discovered damage caused by a bullet shot into the Exeter Fire Hall.


Fireman, Jacob Miller, put on his fire gear to show the fifth graders present for the Junior Fire Patrol and when he removed his gear from his locker noticed a large hole in the wall.


Miller, recalled that on Friday, September 23rd one of the regular garden hoses had several holes in it when he washed one of the large fire trucks in preparation for the Homecoming pep rally. The last time the hoses were used on August 11th, there were no holes in them.


Once the hole in the wall of the fire hall was found, obviously made by a bullet, the department members present examined the hose and found several bullet holes, they also found a bullet lodged in the hose.


The Exeter-Milligan One Act Team, under the direction of Jami Adelman, will be performing The Insanity of Mary Girard this season.


On Friday, September 23rd, the Exeter-Milligan 3rd and 4th grade students attended the Plum Creek Literacy Festival at Concordia University in Seward. While there they saw authors and illustrators. They also participated in a Fun Science for Kids class and made slime.

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