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Caring for each other Abbey Fields to benefit seniors, students By Donna Barker firstname.lastname@example.org
SPRING VALLEY — The St. Bede campus is expanding to include an assisted living and memory care community for senior citizens. Area officials and dignitaries attended a groundbreaking ceremony last week for the new Abbey Fields, a $13 million project to be located on the northwest corner of the St. Bede Academy campus just east of Spring Valley. Once completed next fall, RPM Management will oversee the project. In his comments during the groundbreaking ceremony, RPM Management CEO/President Blair Minton described the new Abbey Fields as an exciting project not only for the city of Spring Valley but also for the entire region. Catering to senior citizens, ages 65 and older, the new facility will consist of 40 assisted living rooms for seniors who may require various levels of assistance with daily living activities like bathing, dressing and transferring. The new center will also have a special secured section of 22 memory care rooms to take care of those seniors who have a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease or some form of dementia, he said. In giving some background on the project, Minton said the Abbey Fields project has been near and dear to the heart of Dick Janko, of the Janko Financial Group who is partnering on the project with St. Bede and RPM Management. This is something Janko has envisioned for 30 years as a way to help St. Bede Academy and also the senior citizens in the area, Minton said.
What are the chances? Illinois drivers have a 1 in 214 chance of hitting a deer By Donna Barker email@example.com
PRINCETON — Illinois drivers may breathe a sigh of relief, but not for too long, when it comes to deer/vehicle accidents. According to information released Monday by State Farm Insurance, Illinois has seen a 10 percent decline in the number of deer/vehicle crashes in this past year. Drivers in Illinois now have a 1 in 214 chance
of hitting a deer this year, compared to last year’s 1 in 162 chance. With these latest numbers, Illinois is now ranked as the 32nd most likely state in which to hit a deer, compared to the 30th most likely state last year. On Monday, State Farm spokesperson Chris Mullen said the busiest season for deer accidents is just approaching. About 18 percent of all deer/vehicle accidents typically happen in November, with October and December coming in as the second
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and third busiest months, respectively. On Monday, Bureau County Sheriff John Thompson said he doesn’t think Bureau County is seeing fewer deer/vehicle accidents, but those accidents certainly increase in the fall and winter months. Overall, deer/vehicle accidents may make up about 50 percent of the accidents investigated by his department. In addition to the fall and winter months in general, it appears deer are more mobile in the time just prior and during inclement
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Mobile Meals on the move for 42 years Clients, volunteers welcome By Donna Barker firstname.lastname@example.org
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A French soiree in the art district Matthew Anderson got a bird’s-eye view atop a set of stilts at Friday evening’s French soiree in Princeton’s North Main Street Art District. Anderson was helping welcome guests to the event. Area merchants invited the public to participate in a stroll through the district, where event-goers found artists, refreshments, extended store hours and more.
PRINCETON — Mobile Meals is celebrating its 42nd year of helping to provide meals for area residents. Pat Anson, director of the Mobile Meals program, said the lunch and evening meals are prepared through Perry Memorial Hospital, seven days a week, 365 days a year, including holidays. According to a recent Mobile Reports report, nearly 13,000 meals were served during the 2011 year. Anson credited the long-time volunteer organization, which began in April 1971, to its founders Shirley Coates and Barbara Mueller through Church Women United, as well as to Perry Memorial Hospital and all the volunteers who have given of their time during the years to deliver meals to Princeton area residents. “As from the beginning, the mainstay of Mobile Meals will be always be the volunteers,” Anson said. “Undeterred by weather or any other difficulty, Mobile Meals volunteers have enabled the meals to be delivered to Princeton and the surrounding area, up to five miles outside of town, almost every day since that first day 42 years ago.” Anson said the only time the volunteers don’t go are when the weather is extreme, and schools are cancelled. For those times, clients are encouraged to always keep a couple cans of soup or frozen meals, she said. As always, Mobile Meals can always use more volunteer drivers and dispatchers, Anson said, adding being part of this service is a rewarding experience. As far as its outreach, Mobile Meals service is available for persons of any age who have a problem shopping for food or preparing the food needed to remain in good health or to regain good health, helping people live satisfactorily in their own homes, she said.
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A group of folks get some insight behind many of the stores on Princeton’s Main Street. On Saturday, the Bureau County Historical Society presented a walking tour of the North and South end business districts in Princeton, where event-goers learned much information about the historical significance of the buildings and people who ran/run them.
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Seeking Sources The BCR welcomes your story ideas and news tips. If you have an idea for a story, we’d love to hear it. Call 815-875-4461, ext. 229. ••• Do you have an old photograph you’d like other BCR readers to see? Perhaps it’s an old, brittle photo that’s been passed down through the years, a prized possession of your family. Maybe it’s a silly picture of you when you were a child. Perhaps it’s a stately family portrait from years gone by. Either way, we’d like to share your old photographs with other BCR readers. Email your photos to BCR Associate Editor Rita Roberts at email@example.com. You can also stop by our office with your photos. The BCR is located at 800 Ace Road, Princeton. Call Roberts at 815-875-4461, ext. 227, with questions. The Bureau County Republican is located at 800 Ace Road, Princeton, Illinois 61356. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: 815-875-4461 FAX: 815-875-1235 The BUREAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN (ISSN 0894-1181) is published tri-weekly (three times a week) by the Bureau County Republican, 800 Ace Road, P.O. Box 340, Princeton, IL 61356-0340. Periodical postage paid at Princeton, Illinois, 61356. POSTMASTER Send address changes to BUREAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN, PO Box 340, Princeton, IL 61356-0340.
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Praise, dignity ... and honor By Goldie Currie firstname.lastname@example.org
PRINCETON — Several Bureau County veterans will be soaring out on the 25th Honor Flight of the Quad Cities this Thursday.
The day-long trip to Washington, D.C., will give veterans the opportunity to visit popular war memorials and museums and a chance to honor their sacrifices as well as those of their comrades. Top
priority for the flight is given to World War II and Korean-era Veterans, or veterans with a terminal illness. The purpose of the flight is to honor heroes who were selfless in their military duty.
Honor Those Who Served Our Country Help us recognize area veterans by submitting a photo and the following information to be included in our “Salute to Veterans” special edition November 9, 2013. New Submissions Send or drop off a photo and information to Sarah Maxwell, Bureau County Republican, 800 Ace Road, P.O. Box 340, Princeton, IL 61356 by Friday, October 11, 2013.
Already submitted a photo? If you submitted a photo last year and would like it included in this year’s “Salute to Veterans,” call Sarah Maxwell at 815-875-4461 ext. 228 or e-mail email@example.com and give your name, phone number and the veteran’s name.
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Korean veteran, Raymond Larson of Princeton will be among the men who will be flying out. Larson was in the Army during the Korean War. During the conflict he was in basic training and was also stationed in Texas, where he was part of the First Missile Group and shot V-1 bombers from Germany, which soldiers studied and learned to build. This will be Larson’s first trip ever to the nation’s capitol, and he is looking forward to just taking in the whole experience. “I just want to see it all,” he said. “This is a very big thing in my life. I don’t know what more I could say.” Korean veteran, Glen Rabe of Princeton will also be a passenger on the Honor Flight. For him, this experience will be “extra special” as he gets to fly out with his daughter at his side. Aside from getting to visit the war memorials and air force museum, Rabe will also get to meet up with his grandson and his wife, who live in Washington, D.C. The memorial Rabe is looking forward to seeing most is the Korean War Memorial, which has incorporated machine gun platoon soldier statues. Rabe said this memorial will really hit home for him because he was a squad leader in a machine gun platoon while at war. Regarding coming home from Korea, Rabe explained a lot of veterans faced somewhat of a hardship when they returned. “People didn’t recognize (the war) as much because there wasn’t a standoff,” he said. “We all came home, and that was the end of it.
Applause, applause, applause ... The public is invited to the Welcome Home event on Thursday evening at the Quad Cities International Airport to greet the returning veterans. Participants are encouraged to arrive at the airport about 9:30 p.m., ahead of the 10 p.m. landing. Parking is free for those attending the Welcome Home event. There was a Vietnam War Memorial before there was a Korean War Memorial.” Rabe described Korea as the forgotten war. “It’s wonderful the Honor Flight is now honoring us all. It really makes you cry,” he said. At a recent meeting Rabe attended for the veterans going on the flight, he learned each flight costs $81,000, which is comprised of donated dollars. “It takes about 200 volunteers to get everything up and running,” he said. “It’s a wonderful thing to do. It means a lot of people appreciate what we did.” Rabe said his flight will be a mix of World War II vets, Korean vets and one terminally ill Vietnam vet. Comment on this story at www.bcrnews.com.
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Area’s only instructor will teach elsewhere Most concealed-carry teachers in Chicagoland By David Giuliani Shaw Media Service
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Mobile Meals volunteers (from left) Don May, Becky May, Pat Anson, Ted Harris, Pam Cochran, Carol Gugerty and Marge Laine prepare to deliver another set of meals to people throughout Princeton. Mobile Meals has served the Princeton community for 42 years as an outreach of Church Women United.
Mobile Meals From Page 1 According to the Mobile Meals fact sheet, Perry Memorial Hospital prepares meals which follows the client’s diet as prescribed by their doctor. Each meal is well-balanced and nutritious. A hot meal is served at lunch time and comes with salad and dessert. A sack meal is served at dinner and is equivalent of a sandwich and fruit. Meals are delivered between 11 a.m. and noon.
Deer From Page 1 weather, whether it’s rain or snow, Thompson said. With rain expected on Wednesday, he wouldn’t be surprised to hear of deer/vehicle accidents on Thursday. Looking at preventing deer/vehicle collisions, Thompson said drivers need to remember that deer tend to travel in herds. If a motorist sees one deer, there’s probably another one or more deer coming at them as well. Also, if an impact with a deer seems inevitable, the driver should not try to swerve the vehicle to get out of the way, which can cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle and cause greater damage to the vehicle and the people
The cost for the noon meal and supper sack is $6.10 per day. The cost of the noon meal alone is $3.50. To receive the service, people may be referred by a physician, relative, friend, neighbor, Perry Memorial, In-home Care or even by himself/herself. The service may begin and end at any time and be for any length of time. However, Mobile Meals does ask for a minimum of seven days commitment. Also, a 24-hour notice is required to begin.
For more information on the Mobile Meals program, either as a potential client or a volunteer, persons may contact Anson at 815872-2461. In looking at the impact of Mobile Meals for the past 42 years, Anson said Mobile Meals has met a definite need in the community and will continue, with the help of its volunteers, to continue as an outreach for many years to come. Comment on this story at www.bcrnews.com.
inside it. Instead, the driver should hold the steering wheel steady and use as much braking as possible. Basically, drivers need to use caution, drive defensively and to watch for deer, Thompson said. Also, remember that, even if the driver is able to slow down significantly, the deer may still run into the vehicle, he said. As far as reporting deer accidents to law enforcement, Thompson said the driver needs to report the accident if it appears the damage to the vehicle exceeds $1,500, for insurance purposes. According to State Farm, nationwide numbers are also declining for deer/vehicle accidents. The chances of any single American motorist striking a deer during the next 12 months is 1 in 174, compared with
1 in 167 the year before. State Farm calculated its statistics based on claims data and state licensed driver counts from the Federal Highway Administration. For any Illinois resident thinking about relocating to West Virginia, he/she may want to rethink that decision. For the seventh year in a row, West Virginia has led the 50 states in being the most likely place to have a deer/vehicle accident with a 1 in 41 chance. Montana comes in second with a 1 in 65 chance; Iowa has a 1 in 73 chance; South Dakota, a 1 in 75 chance; and Pennsylvania has a 1 in 77 chance. As in previous years, Hawaii ranks the least likely state in which to hit a deer at 1 in 6,787 drivers. Comment on this story at www.bcrnews.com.
The list of Illinois’ registered concealedcarry firearms instructors now consists of 54 people, including three women. More than three-fourths are from Chicago and its suburbs. Only one person in this area is on the state police’s new online registry of instructors, unveiled last week – and he will be teaching elsewhere. Ed Meine, who lives in Lee County’s southeastern corner, said he’ll work as an instructor for a business in the southern part of the state. “I’m not really going to be setting up my own business,” he said. “I won’t be offering any kind of instruction in this area.” So far, Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle and Bureau counties have no concealed-carry instructors. The same goes for Illinois’ Quad Cities. Rockford has only one. Chicago and its suburbs are seen as less friendly to guns, but the metropolitan area claimed 43 of the 54 instructors, as of Sept. 24. The Illinois State Rifle Association, a gun rights advocacy group, expects 1,000 instructors teaching concealed-carry classes, said Richard Pearson, the organization’s executive director. Last year, a federal appellate court gave the state six months
to pass a law allowing concealed carrying of weapons. After months of negotiations, the legislature enacted such a measure, making Illinois the 50th state to permit concealed carry. The state police is in charge of enforcing the law. “They’re going pretty slow,” Pearson said. “I don’t know why exactly. It seems like it should be a faster process than this, but they are also setting up a whole new system. I wish they would go faster.” He estimated the state had 400,000 people who wanted to become concealed-carry permit holders. “If we have only 54 teachers, that’s not enough.” The state police promised to start posting approved curricula on the agency’s website by the end of the month. The applications for permits will be available from the state police beginning Jan. 5. Anyone who wants a permit must successfully complete 16 hours of training from a stateapproved instructor. Ed Croft, a 63-yearold Sterling resident, said he already has a concealed-carry permit in the state of Washington and plans to get one in Illinois, too. “I like concealed carry because you don’t know who has a gun,” he said. “Everyone gets a little politer. The only thing that saddens me is the gun-free zones. In the shooting in the Navy yard, the
Richard Pearson guy wasn’t supposed to have a gun in there. Everyone else was following the law and was unarmed.” He said he has been surprised that Chicagoland instructors are seemingly getting approved faster than those downstate. “It seems a little strange,” he said. “Chicago, the place against guns, has all these approved instructors. I know there are instructors here.” The state police said it has received hundreds of applications for instructors. They are in the process of being approved, said Monique Bond, a state police spokeswoman. As for whether Chicagoland instructors are getting approved faster, Bond said, “There is no distinction in location.” For more information, the Illinois State Police maintains a frequently asked questions page about concealed carry at www. isp.state.il.us. Messages with questions can be left at 217-782-7989. Individual calls will not be returned, but questions will be addressed on the FAQ page. Comment on this story at www.bcrnews.com.
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German fanfare at the fairgrounds The Bureau County Fairgrounds hosted its annual Oktoberfest during the weekend, where event-goers enjoyed German cuisine, polkas, accordions and good-old fashioned Oktoberfest fun.
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Abbot Phillip Davey (third from left) addresses assembled guests during last week’s groundbreaking ceremony for the new Abbey Fields assisted living and memory care community, adjacent to the St. Bede Academy campus in rural Spring Valley. Also participating in the ceremony were (from left) Spring Valley Mayor Walt Marini; RPM Management Chief Operating Officer Gracie Nebel; RPM Management President/ CEO Blair Minton; Dick Janko, Janko Financial Group LLC; and Michael-Dean Chorneyko, general contractor of Michael Raymond Construction.
St. Bede From Page 1 Looking at the impact of Abbey Fields on the seniors, Minton said Abbey Fields will provide its residents with their five paramount needs: Safety, security, love, compassion and dignity. What will make this community truly special and nationally recognized will be its tremendous opportunities for keeping residents mentally and emotionally happy, he said. The impact for St. Bede Academy? A percentage of the profits will go back to St. Bede to support the high school
and the ministry they do, Minton said. Another important impact of Abbey Fields is to coordinate relationships between the students of St. Bede and the people who live in Abbey Fields, Minton said. Students will work as volunteers at the community in close arrangement with the senior citizens, which will help the students learn about seniors, what it means to age and what it means to give back to the commu-
nity, Minton said. Also, the seniors will have the opportunity to teach the students about love, compassion and dignity, and about what they’ve learned over 80 or 90 years. In his comments at Thursday’s groundbreaking, Abbot Phillip Davey said those working on the project all share the same vision, which is the mission of caring for each other and caring for people in need. Once completed, the stu-
dents will learn from the seniors and the seniors will learn from the students, with residents possibly becoming like second grandparents to the kids. Following his personal comments, the abbot led the group in a Rite of Blessing over Abbey Fields, saying in part, that the “good work we are beginning here should flow from our sense of mission as followers of Jesus and fill our hearts with gratitude and joy. Whenever we look to serve the needs of our brothers and sisters, we are co-workers with God.” Comment on this story at www.bcrnews.com.
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Thomas Hall Sr.
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John R. Larios of Ladd to Katherine E. Wiesbrock of Granville. Jeffrey P. Crickman of Cherry to Lynsie M. Koehler of Cherry. Toby J. Harper of Hollowayville to Jessica M. Holloway of Streator. Keith W. Jarosz of LaSalle to Lexanne E. Brooke of LaSalle.
TAMPICO — Thomas L. Hall Sr., 69, of Tampico died Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013, at his home in Tampico. Cremation rites were accorded. A time of sharing will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Garland Funeral Home in Tampico. A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home with the Rev. Les Funderberg, pastor of First Open Bible Church in Rock Falls, officiating. Burial will be in Tampico Memorial Cemetery.
Pearl Hand WYANET — Pearl Mary Hand, 79, of Wyanet passed away Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, at Perry Memorial Hospital in Princeton. Born March 31, 1934, in DePue to Raymond Hedges and Charlotte (Piacyk) Byczynski, she married Willis Hand Nov. 3, 1951, in Bettendorf, Iowa. He survives. She attended LaMoille High School. She was a life-long homemaker, was an EMT for 25 years and worked at Gateway Services. She was a founder and dedicated member of the Wyanet Rescue Unit. Also surviving are three children, Ricky D. (Sandy) Hand of Princeton, Bruce Hand of Wyanet and Darcy (Vincent) Pugh of Fort Wayne, Ind.; 10 grandchildren, Sandy, Dana, Randy, Josh, Jennifer, Alison, Jessica, Jordan, Jadyn and Jetta; numerous greatgrandchildren; and five sisters. She was preceded in death by her parents, one daughter and one sister. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Elm Lawn Memorial Park Chapel, Princeton. Burial will follow in Elm Lawn Memorial Park. Memorials may be directed to Wyanet Rescue Unit. The Norberg Memorial Home in Princeton is in charge of arrangements.
Todd Blumhorst TUCSON, Ariz. — Todd Blumhorst, 39, of Tucson, Ariz., passed away Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, from cancer in his home. His parents and sister were by his side. He was born July 17, 1974, in Mendota to Paul and Betty Blumhorst. He had several jobs in his short life. His most recent work with “Homicide Survivors of Tucson” was a passion that fit in with his 23-year search for his sister, Veronica Jill Blumhorst, who has still not been found. He is survived by parents, Paul and Betty Blumhorst of Yuma, Ariz.; a sister, Carolyn June Schaefer, and nephew, Baron M. Schaefer, of Lancaster, Calif.; and a niece, Beyond Marsh, and a great-niece, Lilium Ava Marsh, of Rosamond, Calif. Memorial services will be at Holy Cross Church in Mendota in the coming month.
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Jean Simpson, 48, of Palatine was driving eastbound on Interstate 80, at Mile Marker 38, at 2:15 p.m. Sept. 24 when she lost control of her 1999 Ford Ranger pickup truck. The vehicle became airborne, exiting the grass median and landing on the westbound lanes. The vehicle became airborne again and rolled over, landing on its top on the north side of Interstate 80.
Princeton Police Accidents
A vehicle driven by Traci L. Cutter, 53, of Princeton struck a vehicle driven by Wilber L. Nelson II, 63, of Princeton in the 400 block of West Peru Street at 3:05 p.m. Sept. 19. A vehicle driven by Colton M. Roberts, 17, of Henry struck a vehicle driven by Rebecca E. Turpen, 18, of Princeton in the intersection of Route 26 and 2120 East Street at 5:16 p.m. Sept. 21. Roberts was ticketed for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident.
Spring Valley Police Domestic battery
Anthony J. Swingle, 41, of Spring Valley was charged with domestic battery in his home at 115 W. Devlin St. at 4:40 p.m. Sept. 21. Cassel S. Lamarvin, 34, of Spring Valley was charged with domestic battery on Spalding Street near Fourth Street at 1:34 p.m. Sept. 22.
Unlawful consumption of alcohol by minor
Alyssa Gallacher, 20, of McNabb was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol by minor on Spalding Street near Fourth Street at 1:34 p.m. Sept. 22.
Alec J. Jansen, 20, of Spring Valley was picked up in his home at 1 Ponsetti Drive, Apt. 2B, at 5:06 p.m. Sept. 20 on a LaSalle County warrant for failure to appear for a traffic offense.
Putnam County Sheriff Theft
Richard O. Birkey, 57, of rural Princeton was charged with theft at 7:39 p.m. Sept. 26 following an investigation by the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department for the alleged theft of gravel from a rural Hennepin gravel pit.
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Divorces David C. Weidner of Buda and Christine M. (Thompson) Weidner of Buda; married Aug. 19, 1995; divorced Sept. 17, 2013. Steven D. May of Princeton and Lisa A. (Smith) May of Princeton; married May 25, 1991; divorced Sept. 13, 2013. Vince T. Rapp of Princeton and Kristen (Parrott) Rapp of Walnut; married Sept. 5, 1995; divorced Sept. 13, 2013. Thomas R. Leach of Princeton and Rebekah R. (Barlow) Leach of Princeton; married Aug. 20, 1994; divorced Sept. 11, 2013. Nicholas Pinter of Arlington and Heather (Barrett) Pinter of Mendota; married April 28, 2007; divorced Sept. 11, 2013.
Traffic court Disregard official traffic control device — Eileen E. Dion, 86, of Spring Valley. Disregard stop sign — Meghan A. Meusel, 25, of Spring Valley. Driving on suspended license — Jason C. Ditola, 30, of Wyanet. Head/tail/sidelight — Veronica H. Bourey, 38, of DePue. Operating motor vehicle with registration plate cover — Jouquenia M. Johnson, 37, of New Bedford. Failure to reduce speed — Teresa M. Lehr, 27, of LaMoille. Seat belt required (driver) — Gerald A. Fanti, 71, of Spring Valley; Francisco J. Lopez, 28, of Princeton; Alexis L. Mink, 18, of Princeton; Brittney L. Schryer, 19, of Spring Valley; Joshua J. Thompson, 23, of Spring Valley. Seat belt required (passenger) — Misty S. Nicolei, 18, of Princeton. Speeding (11-14) — Taylor L. Albright, 22, of Malden; Juan J. Morales, 19, of Spring Valley; Brisa C. Moreno, 19, of Spring Valley; Speeding (15-20) — Hannah M. Humpage, 21, of Spring Valley; Grant W. Walters, 24, of Dover. Speeding (21-25) — Greg T. Carrott, 63, of Princeton. Unlicensed — Bobak A. Riahi, 26, of Spring Valley.
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On the street
Last week was Banned Books Week. Is there any book you believe should be banned?
“’50 Shades of Grey’ should be from schools because it’s such a distraction to students and people.” Brittany Krohn, Princeton
“No. We should have the freedom to read what we want.” Devon Hedgspeth, Peru
“No. I believe in the freedom of speech.” Brittney Waterhouse, Walnut
“No. If you don’t like it, don’t read it.” Ted Lindenbusch, Princeton
From the editor’s desk I was in Henry County during the weekend working on a story for the Bureau County Republican’s AgMag. It was a beautiful drive, and I couldn’t help but notice how the leaves are beginning to change colors. Many of the trees were already tipped in varying shades of yellow and orange — leaving me to imagine what they will look like in a few weeks. Now is the time to plan a couple of drives through the fall countryside. While the leaves clearly aren’t at their peak yet, why not set aside a future Terri day some weekend to take a leisurely Simon drive. Bureau County and the surrounding areas are some of the prettiest in the state of Illinois. Make sure you reserve some time to enjoy this magnificent masterpiece given to us by Mother Nature! ••• On today’s front page, you probably already read the story about Abbey Fields, a $13 million project to be located on the northwest corner of the St. Bede Academy campus just east of Spring Valley. What an absolutely cool endeavor. I read BCR Senior Staff Writer Donna Barker’s story on the project, and I found myself smiling about the possibilities this will afford not just senior citizens, but also the St. Bede Academy students who will be volunteering at Abbey Fields. Not only is this a great way to raise educational funds for the school, but it will also build awareness, compassion and more. My hat is off to St. Bede and the folks behind this worthwhile project, who are clearly thinking outside of the proverbial box. ••• Every week, I receive quite a bit of mail. Some of the letters contain comments, suggestions and questions from people regarding potential stories, stories we’ve already covered and current events affecting our area. I also get what I like to term “fan mail” and “hate mail” — letters from folks who either like something that I or the newspaper did or on the flip side, letters from folks who didn’t like something that I or the newspaper did. I don’t mind telling you I appreciate both. Constructive criticism is good, and of course, who doesn’t like to get a note or letter from someone who is happy and satisfied! First and foremost, I welcome your correspondence, and it’s important I learn what you think, what you feel and what you believe. But then there’s the flip side of the equation. Mixed in with the aforementioned mail is always an envelope or two from someone who wants to remain anonymous (usually for good reason I’ve come to learn). In other words, I occasionally get letters, notes, newspaper clippings, etc., that are unsigned. With stamps at a premium these days (still a bargain, though), I feel I must tell you what I do when I receive any correspondence ... The first thing I do is look for a signature. If there is no signature, the next step is easy ... I throw it away. That’s right. I don’t read it; I don’t scan it; I don’t even glance at it. It goes immediately into the trash, and I don’t think another thing about it. A little ungracious and grouchy, considering someone took the time to correspond with me? Absolutely not. And here’s why ... My staff and I sign our names to everything we write, without exception. I expect the same courtesy ... without exception. ••• It’s Homecoming Week at St. Bede Academy in Spring Valley! Go Bruins! ••• The new Illinois Valley Living Magazine is on the street. I hope you’ll enjoy it. On the front you’ll see Princeton’s own Kathy O’Malley on the cover, who is our keynote speaker for our upcoming Women of Distinction Award luncheon on Oct. 17. O’Malley is also the co-host of the well-known and much-loved “Kathy and Judy Show” on Chicago’s WGN. I hope you’re planning to attend our Women of Distinction Award Luncheon at Deer Park Country
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Club in Oglesby. The event will begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. and finish up around 1:30 p.m. Not only will there be a delicious lunch and much fun delivered by O’Malley, but we’ll also introduce you to our 10 inaugural winners of our Women of Distinction Award. Once you meet them, I know you’ll be able to understand why our judges (from McHenry County) selected these 10 women. Wow! I could go on and on about all 10 of them, but the word “Wow” pretty much sums it up. But the Women of Distinction Award luncheon is far more than just an event honoring these 10 women; the luncheon is about all women who have made a difference in the Illinois Valley, regardless of how great or small. This is a celebration of women and the energy they bring to so many lives. I hope to see all of you there — both men and women, who appreciate the impact women of the Illinois Valley have on us all. Tickets are still available. Call our office at 815875-4461 for credit card orders or feel free to stop in our office at 800 Ace Road for cash/check purchases. There is also an order blank in the BCR and in the Illinois Valley Living Magazine you can send in with your payment. Tickets are $28 per person, and they are limited. I hope to see you there. ••• Thought for the day: “The hardest arithmetic to
master is that which enables us to count our blessings.” Eric Hopper. Thought for tomorrow: “When we win, I’m so happy, I eat a lot. When we lose, I’m so depressed, I eat a lot. When we’re rained out, I’m so disappointed, I eat a lot.” Tommy Lasorda. ••• The BCR Editorial staff is already starting to work on our winter edition of Illinois Valley Living Magazine. If you have any story ideas, feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. ••• The Honor Flight of the Quad Cities is set to take off Thursday — a wonderful opportunity for our area veterans to visit Washington, D.C., to see the military sites dedicated in their honor. The flight is scheduled to return to the Quad Cities International Airport around 10 p.m. if you’d like to be there and applaud their efforts. ••• It’s a beautiful time of the year. I hope you’ll be able to take a few minutes out of your day and enjoy the outdoors, where the crisp air invites us to appreciate Mother Natures’ beauty. Relax. Breathe. Exhale. And remember ... you are important to me and the BCR. BCR Editor Terri Simon can be reached at email@example.com.
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Education — Illinois Valley Community College receives $200,000 from state for capital campaign. See Page 8.
Education — Sheila Browning and Garrett Anderson selected as LaMoille’s homecoming queen and king. See Page 9.
Community Notes Community coffee SHEFFIELD — The First United Church of Christ in Sheffield will host its monthly coffee from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday in the U.C.C. Parish Hall. Freshbaked cinnamon rolls will be served.
Homecoming parade SPRING VALLEY — Hall High School’s Homecoming parade will be at 5 p.m. Oct. 10. Any organization or business that wishes to have a parade entry should contact the school at 815664-2100 or 815-664-4500 and leave a message for either Karen Klopcic or Joe Panzica.
Cub Scout fundraiser
Top grads attend IVCC This fall, 13 of the districts’ top high school graduates are attending Illinois Valley Community College. Each year the college awards $1,500 Helen Taylor Scholarships to district high school valedictorians, salutatorians and those finishing in the top two percent of their classes. Taylor scholars include: Carly Haywood (left), Ottawa High School; Delmi Valle, DePue High School; Alicia Marquez, DePue High School, Sam Brolley, St. Bede Academy; Andrea Schalk, Marquette Academy; Austin Rosene, Princeton High School; Rebekah Dagraedt, Hall High School; Robbie Lentz, Hall High School; David J. Sterner, Ottawa High School; and Joseph Bacidore, LaMoille High School. Unavailable for the photo were: Danae Ross, Bureau Valley High School; Hunter Schultz, Princeton High School; and Michael Elias, Rhema Christian Academy.
PAC will present ‘Transitions’ exhibit PRINCETON — “Transitions,” a group exhibit showcasing the artwork of more than 14 art teachers from across the Illinois Valley area, will be presented at the Prairie Arts Center during the month of October. An opening reception is planned for 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. Wine, punch and appetizers will be served and the public is invited to attend. The exhibit will continue through Oct. 26. Gallery hours are Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to noon, and Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. The title of the exhibit reflects the various stages which these artists are presently serving in their careers. Some are fairly new to the profession while others are nearing
Jim Reed kicks off election season PRINCETON — The Committee to Elect Jim Reed for Bureau County Sheriff will host a kickoff dinner at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at the Ye Olde Underground Inn in Princeton. Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart is the keynote speaker. The event is open to the public, and tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance by calling 815-638-1029 for $25 per person. This includes non-alcoholic drinks and a family-style dinner.
retirement, and still others are already retired. “No matter how busy the lives of these teachers are, they all have managed to find time to create art and all have a clear understanding of the importance of art in their lives,” said Kathy Ballard, organizer of the event. Works of art on paper and canvas will be presented as well as art in ceramics, jewelry, mixed
media and photography. Many items will be for sale. This is the third show of its kind presented at the Prairie Arts Center. Teachers participating in the exhibit are coming from Peoria District 150, Illinois Valley Community College, Princeton District, Hall High School, DePue Unit District, Bureau Valley District and Peru Parkside.
What did the Greek say to the theater buff? “Min chasete afto to theamatiko gegonos!” *
Learning Stage presents:
“It’s Greek to Me”
A Theater Bus Tour to Chicago, including: - A visit to the National Hellenic Museum - A multi-course family-style meal in Greektown - A matinee performance of “An Iliad”, a critically acclaimed production of the Court Theatre on the University of Chicago’s Hyde Park Campus
Sunday, Nov. 17th 8:30am-6PM Learning Stage is the education committee of the Princeton Theatre Group
Tickets for $120 per person, on sale now at: - www.festival56.com - 815-879-5656 - or by visiting the Grace Center box office Fridays 1pm-5pm Saturdays 9am-12PM
* ”Don’t miss this spectacular event!”
This event is free and open to the public.
PRINCETON — Cub Scout Pack 4151 has begun its annual popcorn sale. Items include but are not limited to sea salt splash, cheddar cheese, microwave butter, butter light, double butter, mud puddles, kettle corn, jalapeno, caramel, white ruby, yellow popping corn and gift sets. Orders can be given to any Pack 4151 Cub Scout through Oct. 24. Delivery will be from Nov. 15 to Nov. 21. For more information, contact Bob Barnes at 815-822-1317 or visit www.pack4151.scoutleander.com.
Bit of Home The Heart of Illinois Blue Star Mothers will be collecting items to send in care packages to U.S. military troops deployed overseas. Collection boxes will be set up at both entrances of Walmart until Oct. 13. They are looking to collect: beef jerky, individually wrapped snack foods, individual size microwave meals, hot chocolate packets, travel-size personal hygiene items, laundry pods, unscented baby wipes, single serve cereal boxes, pouches of chicken or tuna and individually wrapped hard candies. For more information, contact Yvonne Murray at 815-303-3330.
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IVCC receives $200,000 from state OGLESBY — Illinois Valley Community College has received $200,000 in state funding it will use for enhancement within the soon-toopen Peter Miller Community Technology Center. The special appropriation, made possible by State Rep. Frank Mautino (D-Spring Valley), pushes the Community Technology Center capital campaign over the $2 million mark, said President Jerry Corcoran. “As I look around this campus, I am amazed at the impact our local legislators have had on its development, particularly Frank and former State Sen. Gary Dahl. Both gentlemen have played key roles in championing new programs, enhancing our facilities, inspiring adult education students to obtain their GEDs and providing the necessary funds to support our veterans,” said Corcoran.
State Representative Frank Mautino (left) helped get IVCC $200,000 in state funding for the Peter Miller Community Technology Center. He is pictured with IVCC President Jerry Corcoran “In the same way community colleges were developed to respond to the needs of the commu-
nities they serve, Frank and Gary have done a phenomenal job over the years of making sure that
IVCC’s needs have been prioritized at the state level. “This special appropriation through the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) to be used in support of the CTC campaign, is the absolute best news one could ever imagine as we approach the Nov. 1 grand opening,” Corcoran said. “Our goal of raising $2.1 million is now well within reach, thanks to this funding made possible by one of our most distinguished alumni, Representative Frank Mautino.” In 2009, Mautino and Dahl were instrumental in helping the college acquire the $22.8 million capital development appropriation that financed 75 percent of the $30.5 million project. Corcoran also credited State Sen. Sue Rezin (R-Morris) for playing a crucial role in securing the $200,000 appropriation.
Acamovic member of USF’s Orientation Board JOLIET — University of St. Francis student Kristina Acamovic of Ladd was among 30 student leaders helping the university’s newest students transition into college life this fall. Acamovic, a member
of the university’s Orientation Board, assisted a record number of freshmen students and their families Aug. 15-18 as they moved into the residence halls and became orientated with USF’s Joliet campus.
Battalion reunion planned PERU — The 2nd Battalion, 340th Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 85th Division Training which was stationed at 2700 Plank Road in Peru, will hold a reunion gathering from 6 to 10 p.m. Nov. 2 at the LaSalle VFW, 2325 Donohue St., LaSalle. The guest speaker will be SFC Wayne Sapp (retired) who will give a history of the unit from beginning to the disband-
ment at Camp Ripley, Minn. All reservations must be paid for and confirmed by Oct. 26 in the amount of $16 per soldier and per guest. Any former member interested in attending should contact SSG Robert Mellen by phone at 815-223-2769, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by regular mail at 17 Westclox Ave., Peru, IL 61354.
Green speaks at Princeton Rotary PRINCETON — Princeton Rotarian Rex Conger introduced his guest speaker, Dr. Kirk Green, Perry’s Memorial Hospital’s new orthopedic surgeon, at the weekly Rotary luncheon on Sept. 17. Dr. Green spoke about the most common of the more than 100 types of arthritis and the treatment options for this disease. Rotarians were enthralled by Green’s detailed diagrams and indepth explanation of the impact of arthritis over one’s lifetime, as well as the various treatment
options currently available. Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in their own communities, as well as in the world. If interested in joining the Princeton Rotary Club, contact Phil Kauffman, Rotary President, or any Rotary member. The club meets every Tuesday at noon at the Princeton Elks Lodge.
USF’s Director of Student Development Dominique Annis said Orientation Board members are ambassadors for the university. “Being a member of the Orientation Board is an exciting opportunity to meet new
students and assist in their successful transition to university life,” she said. “Orientation Board members must be a positive, caring individual, concerned about the adjustment of all new students to the university.”
Spaghetti supper PRINCETON — American Legion Woman’s Auxiliary Unit 125 of Princeton will hold a spaghetti supper Oct. 19 at the Legion home, 1549 W. Peru St., Princeton. Serving will be from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Tickets are the door are $6 for adults and $3 for ages 10 and under. The ladies will serve spaghetti and meatballs, lettuce salad with choice of dressing,
bread sticks, dessert and beverages. There will be a basket raffle and country store available that evening as well. There will be no bake sale. This is a major fundraiser for the Auxiliary ladies to support the programs they work on throughout the year. For more information, call Sherry DeSalle at 815-872-1417 or Mariele Fisher at 815-646-4806.
Thrivent Financial holding workshop PRINCETON — Thrivent Financial will sponsor a free workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 10 in the White Oak classroom at Perry Memorial Hospital. The presentation will provide guidance for those having to make decisions for aging
parents. Attendees will learn ways to approach the subject their parents and how everyone can prepare for the future. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. with the workshop to follow. To RSVP, call Deb Dalton at 815878-2183 by Oct. 6.
Hall class of ‘58 reunion PERU — Hall High School class of 1958 held its 55th class reunion Sept. 21 at Mario’s Maples Supper Club in Peru. There were 34 class members and 26 guests present. Those attending traveled from California, Colorado, Iowa, Wisconsin, Virginia, Massachusetts, Florida and
Illinois. Local members of the class are invited to a noon luncheon Thursday at Valley Bar and Grill in Spring Valley. Lunches are held periodically throughout the year. For more information, contact Marlene Herrmann Klug at 815894-2588 or email email@example.com.
Transportation meeting MENDOTA — The Human Services Transportation Plan (HSTP) Region 3 Transportation Committee meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Mendoat Civic Center, 1901 Tom Merwin Dr. Mendota. Human service organizations with an interest in public transportation are strongly encourage to attend as well as anyone interested in public transit. The Regional Transportation Committee is responsible for the development and implementation of the HSTP. HSTP identifies transportation needs and develops solutions to improve transporta-
tion services for seniors, people with disabilities, individuals with lower incomes, and veterans as well as the general public. The Illinois Department of Transportation has formed an agreement with North Central Illinois Council of Governments (NCICG) for the purposes of preparing, implementing, and updating the plan for Region 3: Bureau, DeKalb, Grundy, Kendall, LaSalle, Lee, Ogle, and Putnam Counties. For more information about NCICG or HSTP, visit www.ncicg.org or contact Jacob Matsen at 815-433-5830, ext. 15.
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Tiskilwa Class of 1953 holds reunion The Tiskilwa High School Class of 1953 held its 60th class reunion at Wise Guys Sept. 13. Those in attendance were: Rich Jackson (left) of Mendota, Joan (Hale) Copple of Streator, Nancy (Alexander) Martin of Bradford, Harriet (West) Bronson of Peoria, Shirley (Stout) Ueckert of Oregon, Tom Joiner of Utica, Margaret Ringenberg of Tiskilwa and Merle Polson of Princeton. Photo contributed
PHS Class of 1956 holds reunion The Princeton High School Class of 1956 held its 57th class reunion on Sept. 14 in the hospitality room at the Americinn in Princeton with 41 persons attending, 26 of them classmates. Some of guys gathered at Prime Quarter on Thursday night, some guys golfed on Friday, the gals held a luncheon at Wise Guys Friday and some gals attended that weren’t able to be with the class Saturday evening. The class has held a reunion each year since their 50th reunion with plans in the works each year through their 60th reunion. Classmates attending were (front row) Judy (Brown) Nordstrom and Curt Hulteen; (second row) Carol (Ackerman) Norton, Nancy (Sutcliffe) Wolter and Carolyn (Fiste) Barkley; (third row) Kay (Conner) Pliszka and Gordon Vickrey; (fourth row) Linda (Crabbs) Edminster, Buzz Kuehl and Red Allicks; (fifth row) Mary (Helper) Carloye, Donna (Doll) Rott, Jan (Brown) Schuster, Dan McDonald and Jim Wright; (sixth row) John Springer, Sandy (Johnson) Vickrey, Ruth (Bell) Hanna, Carol (Cathcart) Schroeder in front of Nancy (Kaufman) Capron; and (back row) Bob Carlson, Nancy (Hodkins) Bloomstrand, Bill Tornow and Dixie (Pomeroy) Utter. Present, but absent from the photo, were Dennis Keleher and Mary Lynn (Stamm) Kelly.
LaMoille chooses king, queen Sheila Browning and Garrett Anderson were chosen as queen and king for LaMoille’s Homecoming. Festivities included a pep rally and bonfire Wednesday night, a parade on Thursday, a football game Friday night in Amboy and the dance on Saturday.
Dress donations being accepted find the prom dress of their dreams at a very affordable price. Proceeds from this charitable event will be given to Living Works Suicide Prevention Walk and FUMC youth programs. Dress donations can be dropped off at the First United Methodist Church in Princeton located at 316 S. Church St. For more information, call 815-872-2821.
PRINCETON — The First United Methodist Church of Princeton is accepting donations of new and gently used prom, pageant, bridesmaid and evening dresses as well as accessories including jewelry, purses, and shoes for the second annual PROMise Sale on March 1, 2014. The purpose of this event is to provide an opportunity for girls to
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Walsh Auto Group donates $2,000 to IVCC
SVBC Kids Catfish Tournament is a success
IVCC President Jerry Corcoran (from left) accepts a check from Bill Walsh and Bill Walsh Jr. of Bill Walsh Auto Group of Ottawa, Peru and Streator for $2,000. The Walshes made the donation to the Illinois Valley Community College Peter Miller Community Technology Center capital campaign.
More than 20 children from Bureau and Putnam counties participated in the 2013 Spring Valley Boat Club Kids Catfish Tournament, held Aug. 25. The event began at 6 a.m. and ended at noon. Ryan Vecchia and a host of volunteers provided the trophies and refreshments to all of the participants.
Education Briefs Herrmann graduates from Southern Illinois University Carbondale CARBONDALE — Wesley Michael Herrmann of Spring Valley graduated from Southern Illinois University Carbondale College of Applied Sciences and Arts. He received a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management and an Associate degree in Applied Science-Aviation Flight. Herrmann graduated Cum Laude for both degrees. Degrees were awarded on Aug. 3.
Alyssa Bennett graduates U.S. Coast Guard training CAPE MAY, N.J. — Alyssa K. (Larson) Bennett graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center at Cape May, N.J., on Aug. 9. It was an eight week program. She is now stationed at Sector St. Clair Shores, Mich. Bennett is the daughter of Daniel C. and Kelli Larson of Normal. She is the granddaughter of Clark and Beverly Larson of Princeton and Nick and Barbara Armstrong of Granger, Ind.
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McManus elected as USF ambassador JOLIET — David McManus of Ladd has been named a Saints Ambassador for University of St. Francis. He will be an ambassador for the 2013-14 school year. Members of the Saints Ambassador Corps assist the USF Admissions Office with recruiting new students and providing customer service for all visitors to the university’s Joliet campus.
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11 Sports Tuesday, October 1, 2013 • 11 Golf meet — Bureau County golf teams competed in the Mendota Ryder Cup. See page 13.
Soccer: Peoria Christian 1, DePue 0
Little Giants get rare taste of defeat
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DEPUE — The DePue Little Giants met Peoria Christian Chargers on the soccer field Saturday morning facing what has been a tough match-up in the past. Despite the recent history of wide-margin losses, DePue came out swinging against the Chargers applying strong offensive pressure for nearly 40 minutes of the first half. The Giants’ eight shot effort didn’t result in any points though, and the Chargers got on the bus with a 1-0 victory as PC goalie Josh Lehman met the challenge with eight saves. DePue senior goalie Hector Villagomez had 14 saves in the 15-shot Charger barrage. “(Peoria Christian) is number one in their region. They have had
a consistent program year in and year out…last year we lost to them nine to nothing, the year before it was eight to nothing, the year before that it was seven to nothing…we normally get slaughtered by that team,” DePue coach Tim Stevens said. “I’m just so happy we came out with the pressure, and we were able to keep up with a high level team.” The Homecoming loss was just the second of the season for the Little Giants, now 10-2. The Chargers took more command in the second half with Josh Kirby netting the lone goal less than eight minutes (32:34) into the second half. Regarding the turn of events Stevens said, “I think that’s what good teams do. They were stacking their numbers up; they had a good
game plan. They found a way to settle the ball. The thing with my team is I put a lot of pressure on them to play the whole game without substitutions so there was a little fatigue there. I still think the defense locked down pretty good.” Most of the Giants’ shots came in the first half of play. “Our midfield got detached, and we weren’t getting numbers forward, so it was like one person against three and that’s not how we are going to be successful. We just need to learn to organize that better,” Stevens said. • The Little Giants continue its homestand with three more games this week with Roanoke-Benson on Tuesday and Normal Calvary Thursday, both at 4:30 p.m., and Indian Creek for Parents Day at 10 a.m. Saturday.
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DePue coach Tim Stevens addresses the Little Giants soccer team during halftime of Saturday’s Homecoming game with Peoria Christian. The Chargers handed the Little Giants just their second loss of the season, 1-0. DePue returns home Tuesday.
2013 Hall High School Hall of Fame
Hall honors HOF Class of 2013 By Derek Johnson email@example.com
SPRING VALLEY — Hall High School held a ceremony for its 2013 Hall of Fame class before squaring off with the Rockridge Rockets Friday night. Inductees included members of the 1946 football team, the 1997-98 basketball team, former coach Bob Jiles, former players and brothers Harold Meek and Ken Meek and friends of the school Lou and Lori Guerrini. The attendees included three members of the 1946 football team: Jerry Sobin, Charlie Steinberg and Richard Mattioda. Steinberg said their team exemplified the times growing up in the Great Depression. “Thanks to the com-
Class of 2013 • 1946 football team • 1997-98 boys basketball team • Bob Jiles • Ken Meek • Harold Meek • Lou and Lori Guerrini mittee for thinking of us (and) thanks to our teammates, a lot of whom are gone. We had to do this in a hurry because time is running out,” he said. “We had a lot of good times. We were born and raised in the Depression era. We played hard, we played together and we were friends. We hit each other but when we
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Three members of the 1946 Hall Red Devil football team — Richard Mattioda, Charlie Steinberg, Jerry Sobin — were reunited during Friday’s Hall of Fame inductions at Hall High School.
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That’s a fact, Jack Storm dad Paul McMahon plays a little Duck Dynasty trivia with Storm’s Andrew Jacobs (from left), David Miller, Justin Buckman and Kyle Hughes during their Homecoming Pep Assembly Thursday. The Storm fell to Erie/Prophetstown 42-29 and look to bounce back Friday at Morrison.
Mosbachs keeping pace at Mt. Mercy By Kevin Hieronymus firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Mosbach, a Hall graduate, followed her brother T.J. to the campus of Mount Mercy University to run with the Mustangs. She’s keeping up with her big brother nicely. The brother and sister act both came out on top in individuals races in the Sept. 14 Five Seasons Dual Meet with Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Liz Mosbach Iowa. Liz turned in a winning time of 19:11.3 with T.J. crossing the finish at 21:34.8. Another Hall product, Mount Mercy’s freshman Kate Hoffert placed seventh with a time of 20:05.3. More recently Liz (20:18) and T.J. (26:52) placed ninth T.J. Mosbach in the Grand View Viking Invitational in Des Moines,
Iowa on Sept. 21 and Hoffert was 45th (21:52). • Two other Hall products are teaming up at the University of St. Francis. Senior Daniela Acamovic (Spring Valley) turned in a time of 21:47.7 and freshman Joseph Parochetti (Ladd) a 29:46.2 in the Sept. 14 Calvin College Knight Invite. Another Hall product, Jacquie Wallaert, a freshman for Dominican University in River Forest, turned in a personal best 28:11 in the Sept. 14 Concordia Falcon Invite. • Illinois State hosted its Country Financial Invite on Sept. 13 in Normal where two
former BCR Runners of the Year competed. Sophomore Scott Janusick finished 62nd for the Redbirds with an 8K time of 27:06.25, while Kimi Sanden, a sophomore from Bureau Valley, came in 55th (19:20.25) in a 5K for the ISU women. • Two Bureau Valley products competed in the Sept. 13 Illinois Intercollegiate Championships in Bourbonnais, Augustana’s Lorraine Stamberger, a junior from LaMoille, placed 46th (19:52) and Judson’s Cassie Criminger, a senior from Bureau Valley, finished 116th (22:20.8).
Soccer Princeton’s Bryce Pharmer and Lexi Marselle have helped Illinois Central College, turn around their season. The Cougars lost their first five games, but won three straight heading into action in St. Louis over the weekend.
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Tigresses sixth at Reed-Custer
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• Jordan Twidell, a junior from Bureau Valley, shot a 71 for Judson University in last week’s University of Dubuque Invite. • Collin Slattery of Princeton is a junior member of the golf team at the University of Northern Iowa, transferring from Illinois Central College.
Volleyball • Sophomore Taylor Hewitt (Bureau Valley) had 25 digs for Lincoln College in losses to host Kaskakia and Mineral Area on Sept. 21. • Kelle Nett (Hall, Spring Valley) had three kills for Gustavus Adolphus College in a 3-0 loss Sept. 25 at home to Hamline in St. Peter, Minn. She has started in 14 of 15 matches for the Gussies (10-18), registering 123 kills and 37 blocks. There is video of the Gussies match at gustavus.edu. • Hailee Brayton (St. Bede, IVCC) had five kills for Augustana College in a 3-0 win over Monmouth on Sept. 24. She has 71 kills with a team-high 26 blocks for the Lady Vikings (9-4). • Bethany Stavrakas (St. Bede), a sophomore middle blocker for Beloit College, had 11 kills in a 3-2 win on Sept. 24 over
A Bureau Country trio is suiting up for their senior season of football at Monmouth College: Ryan Hix (left) and Austin Peterson (right) of Bureau Valley and Brik Wedekind (center) of Princeton. Rockford College. She has 54 kills and 11 aces and 116 digs overall. • Amy Stanke (St. Bede, Spring Valley), a sophomore defensive specialist, has played in two matches for Webster University in St. Louis.
Football • After a week off, the Monmouth College Fighting Scots and a trio of Bureau County products got back in action Saturday in a 23-20 loss to Cornell College on Family Day Weekend in Monmouth. Quarterback Brik Wedekind (Princeton) threw for 182 yards and 1 TD while averaging 42.5 yards on four punts. Senior receiver Austin Peterson (Bureau Valley) had six catches for 78 yards. Ryan Hix (Bureau
Valley) started at linebacker for the Fighting Scots (1-2), who travel to DePere, Wis., this week to face St. Norbert College. • Senior linebacker Michael Weidner (Bureau Valley) and the North Central College Cardinals awarded coach John Thorne his 100th career victory Saturday with a 27-7 rout over Wisconsin-Stevens Point in Naperville.
Golf • Jordan Twidell, a junior from Bureau Valley, shot a 71 for Judson University in last week’s University of Dubuque Invite. You can send your college news to the BCR Hometown Update to email@example.com.
Park District offer sports programs PRINCETON — The Princeton Park District has upcoming sporting opportunities. There are about 50 kids participating between the two age divisions in the Youth Flag Football program. The Youth Basketball Clinic will start on Oct. 19 at the Metro Center, and will run the following two Saturdays (Oct. 26 and Nov. 2). The clinic is open to children in grades 1-6. The clinic focuses on the basics of basketball including: dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, and the rules of the game. The clinic leads into the Youth Basketball League which starts up on Nov.
From Page 11 joked and laughed. That’s the way we played the game in those days. We will never forget.” The ‘46 football team outscored its opponents by a whopping 159-7 margin, allowing only one touchdown against Ottawa that season. The 1997-98 Red Devils basketball squad went 32-1 suffering its only loss in the state championship game in Peoria. Many of them had also played in the state championship game in 199697, including all-state guard Shawn Jeppson.
9, and is also open to children grades 1-6. Children will be broken up into teams for league play on Saturday mornings. Sports of all Sorts is a great program for children, ages 4-8. This program is provided for those children who aren’t quite old enough to join our Youth Leagues, or are interested in participating in multiple sports. Children will learn about various sports -including: football, basketball, soccer, hockey, and more! Classes will be held at 4 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, beginning Oct. 15.
Former coach Eric Bryant spoke for members of the team. “This was a fun group. Believe it or not they did work hard. I can’t believe some of the things they did in the locker room, but, they were memorable,” he said. Bob Jiles spent 32 years at Hall High School. His most memorable basketball season was 1973-74 when he led the Red Devils to an 18-12 record and berth into the Class A Sweet 16 with a sectional championship. Lou and Lori Guerrini were instrumental in getting Hall its all-weather track from inception, to
planning and securing the needed funds. The Guerrinis thanked the committee and graciously accepted the crowd’s cheers as well. The Meek brothers were standouts in their own right. Harold Meek was a member of the ’46 football team as well as a star player in track, baseball and basketball. Ken Meek was a standout athlete who earned all-state honors in track, baseball, football and basketball from 1948-52. He was the IHSA state champion in the discus his senior year in 1952. Comment on this story at www.bcrnews.com
Hall, Princeton and St. Bede all made the trek to Braidwood Saturday to compete in the Lady Comet Classic at ReedCuster High School. Princeton placed sixth overall, finishing with a 3-2 mark on the day. First up in pool play, the Tigresses squared off against defending 2A state champion and Deer Creek-Mackinaw (DeeMack), the day’s eventual winner, falling 21-17, 21-11. PHS bounced back with a 21-13, 21-17 win over Momence and a 21-17, 21-10 win over Clifton Central. In the second-place bracket, the Tigresses defeated Mendota 25-14, 19-25, 15-10, but lost to Cissna Park 23-25, 25-21, 15-7 to place sixth. Ashley Farraher had a well-rounded day with 25 kills, 29 points, 17 digs and 14 aces. Alicia Poss led PHS (18-5) with 29 kills, Hailey Schultz had 27 kills and Becca Hult added 18 kills with five blocks. Michelle Kelly had an even 100 assists with 25 points, Hailey Michael had 12
points and 10 digs and Mollie Bates 33 digs and 18 points. St. Bede went 1-2 in pool play with losses to Streator 21-17, 21-15 and Morris 21-15, 21-16 and a win over Christ Lutheran 21-5, 21-10. The Lady Bruins won the third place bracket, defeating Hall 25-20, 25-20 and Clifton Central 25-15, 25-21. Stat leaders on the day for St. Bede (10-12) were Morgan King (27 points, 5 aces, 5 kills, 65 digs), Morgan Bosnich (19 points, 41 assists, 7 aces, 6 kills, 32 digs), Samantha Whalen (48 digs, 13 kills, 2 blocks), Olivia Mueller (7 kills, 6 blocks), Claire Dudek (12 kills), Hanna Bima (11 kills, 2 blocks) and Julia Pohar 21 (4 aces). Hall also finished 1-2 in pool play, picking up a 21-12, 21-17 win over Henry. Ellen Herrmann and Emily Hoscheid each had four kills in the match. The Lady Devils lost to Seneca 21-11, 21-16 and lost to Cissna Park 21-13, 21-9. Herrmann had eight kills in defeat to St. Bede in the third-place bracket. Dee-Mack defeat-
ed Tinley Park for the championship. At Byron: The Princeton freshmen finished fourth out of 12 teams, At Rock Falls: The Princeton sophomores finished seventh in tournament play by defeating Rochelle Saturday. They lost to Dixon, L-P and Rock Falls in pool play. • Matches on deck for today, Tuesday, find Princeton traveling to Rockridge, St. Bede hosting Kewanee and Bureau Valley at Newman. LaMoille/Ohio hosts Indian Creek on Wednesday. • BVEC Tournament: The Bureau Valley Elementary Conference tournament is underway at Malden Grade School. In first round matches, (8) Ladd def. (9) Neponset 25-20, 25-10; (5) LaMoille def. (4) Malden 25-20, 25-11; (1) BVS def. (8) Ladd 25-13, 25-14; (2) Ohio def. (7) DePue 25-11, 25-4; and (3) BVN def. (6) Bradford 25-17, 26-28, 25-21 Monday’s semifinals matched BV North vs. Ohio, BV South vs. LaMoille. Comment on this story at www.bcrnews.com
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TRAC meet on tap Tuesday
Three Rivers newcomers Hall, Princeton and St. Bede boys golf teams will get their first taste of conference golf meet Tuesday at Spring Creek Golf Course in Spring Valley. Hall is the host. Kewanee, Riverdale, and Sherrard are all tied with two losses atop the TRAC standings. St. Bede has three and Princeton four. Sherrard’s Morse is undefeated so far this season in conference play with Princeton’s Zach Hicks (39.6) with just one loss. Top area golfers include St. Bede’s Joe Dudek (40) and Jarret Olson (40), Hall’s Pete Mautino (40.4), PHS’ Ian Nichols (41.8) and BV’s Ryan Young (42.0) First tee offs are at 9 a.m. The girls will play their TRAC meet Thursday at Kewanee.
High school Girls Three Rivers standings South Division................. MP GP Princeton........................ 5-0 10-1 Sherrard......................... 4-0 8-2 Orion...............................4-1 8-3 Kewanee......................... 2-3 4-7 St. Bede...........................1-3 5-6 Rockridge........................1-5 4-10 Hall................................ 0-5 0-10 North Division.................. MP Newman.......................... 6-0 Bureau Valley...................6-1 Erie................................ 4-2 Prophetstown.................. 2-3 Riverdale........................ 2-4 Fulton............................. 3-5 Morrison......................... 2-4 Amboy............................ 0-6
GP 12-2 13-5 9-7 6-7 7-8 7-11 5-10 3-12
BCR teams Team.......................................Overall Princeton (5-0 TRACS).................18-5 Bureau Valley (6-1 TRACN)............10-3 LaMoille/Ohio (4-0 LTC) ..............10-4 St. Bede (1-3 TRACS).................. 10-12 Hall (0-5 TRACS).........................3-21 DePue.........................................1-6 Reid-Custer Comet Classic
Pool play: Pool A - Princeton lost to Princeton 21-17, 21-11 def. Momence 21-13, 21-17; def. Clifton Central 21-17, 21-10. Pool C - St. Bede lost to Streator 21-17, 21-15; lost to Morris 21-15, 21-16, def. Christ Lutheran 21-5, 21-10. Pool D - Hall lost to Seneca 21-11, 21-16; lost to Cissna Park 21-13, 21-9; def. Henry 21-12, 21-17. 1st-place bracket: Championship match Dee-Mack def. Tinley Park. 2nd-place bracket: Princeton def. Mendota 25-14, 19-25, 15-10; lost to Cissna Park 23-25, 25-21, 7-15. 3rd-place bracket: St. bede def. Hall 25-22, 25-20, def. Clifton Central 25-15, 25-21. St. Bede def. Hall 25-9, 25-14. Hall (2-19, 0-6): Gerrard (1 kill), Faletti (10 digs), Keegan (5 assists, 5 digs), Olivares (8 assists, 5 kills, 3 digs). Stats for PHS (18-5): Farraher 29 pts (14 aces, 25 kills,17 digs), Kelly 19 (100 assists, 4 aces, 3 kills, 22 digs), Bates 18 (4 aces, 33 digs), Frank 11 (7 digs), Hult 18 (18 kills, 5 blocks, 3 aces), Michael 12 (3 aces, 10 digs), Poss (29 kills, 2 blocks), Schultz (27 kills, 2 blocks), Jaques (8 kills, 3 blocks), Barajs (7 assists), Clark 2, Storm 1. Stats for SB (10-12): King 27 pts (5 ace, 5 kills, 65 digs), Bosnich 19 (41 assists, 7 aces, 6 kills, 32 digs), Whalen 14 (2 aces, 48 digs, 13 kills, 2 blocks), E. Perona 13 (3 aces, 3 kills), Mueller (7 kills, 6 blocks), Dudek (12 kills), Bima (11 kills, 2 blocks), Pohar 21 (4 aces, 9 digs), Joerger 11 (2 aces, 3 kills), Billhorn 6 (9 assists, 2 aces, 3 kills), Long 4 (6 assists). Junior high BVEC Tournament at Malden
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BV faces Morrison Bureau Valley’s Gailen Gibson looks for running room in Friday’s sophomore game vs. Erie/Prophetstown. BV travels to Morrison this week. Saturday results: (8) Ladd def. (9) Neponset 25-20, 25-10 (5) LaMoille def. (4) Malden 25-20, 25-11; (1) BVS def. (8) Ladd 25-13, 25-14. BVS: Myong 8 pts (3 aces), Moreland 7 (5 aces, 3 assists), Wirth 5 (2 aces, 2 assists, 1 kill), O’Donohue 4 (2 aces), Endress 4 (2aces), Barnett (5 kills), Carrington (1 block, 1kill), Olds (1 kill, 1 ace) (2) Ohio def. (7) DePue 25-11, 25-4 (3) BVN def. (6) Bradford 25-17, 26-28, 25-21 Monday’s semifinals: BV North vs. Ohio, BV South Vs. LaMoille. Thursday’s finals: Third place - 5 p.m. Title - 6 p.m. At Madeln
7th grade: BVS def. Malden 25-16, 25-17. BVS finished 13-0, 8-0 in conference. 8th grade: BVS def. Malden 25-8, 25-10.
High school boys Mendota Rydor Cup
Team standings: 1. Rock Falls 231; 2. Ottawa 240; 3. Princeton 242; 4. Mendota 250; 5. Kewanee 250; 6. St. Bede 256; 7. Hall 258; 8 L-P 258; 9. Putnam County 287; 10. Bureauy Valley 293; 11. HBR 309; 12. Stillman Valley 322. Top 10 pairs: 1. Phalen/Robinson (M) 74; 2. Tichler/Kilberg (RF) 75; 3. Hicks/Nichols (P) 75; 4 Frank/Hippenm (RF) 77; 5. Lehr/ Johnson (O) 78; 6. Chouninard/Long (RF) 79; 7. Prescott/Keene (M) 79; 8. Mautino/Scheri (H) 80; 9. Hansen/Nelson (K) 80; 10. Dudek/ Donahuye (SB) 80. Princeton: Pierson/Rose 83, Robbins/ Roberson 84. Other Hall pairs: Ott/Hoscheid 85, Vanderpool/Mitchell 93. BV pairs: Young/Twidell 87, Heidenreich/ Norden 94; 112 Brousseau/Cady 112. Other St. Bede pairs: Kunkel/Kim 85, Olson/Braboy 91.
Kewanee Boiler Invite
Girls teams scores: 1. IVC 66 2. Amboy/ Lamoille 77; 3. Knoxville 95. Race winner: Grady (AL) 19:31. Hall finishers: 12. Olivares 22:19; 25. Moreno 23:36; 40. Herrmann 24:57; 68. Acamovic 30:27. Other A/L finishers: 9. Popovich 21:32; 13. Hosto 22: 26; 33. Boers 24:24; 43. B. Rieker 25:08; 51. Langler 26:07; 54. L. Rieker 26:35; 78. Scully 33:43. St. Bede finishers: 21. Sickley 23:01; Needs 23:31; Carus 25:38; Knobloch 27:33; Miranda 27:35; Gregorich 28:42 Boys teams scores: 1. Mid-County 33; 2. Hall 48; 3. Sherrard 83;. Others: 6. St. Bede 142. Race winner: Baldonado (Hall) 16:41. Hall finishers: 8. S. Aldana 18:25; 11. Pullam 18:47; 16. C. Garcia 19:00; 21. Fuentes 19:28; 32. Rpka 20:29; 43. Follmer 21:18; 46. M. Aldana 21:43; 50. Lee-Brown 22L:12; 57. J. Garcia 23:18; 61. Gonzalez 23:57. A/L finishers: 13. Hosto 18:54; 14. Wheeler 18:57; 42. Bickett 21:15; 53. Dewey 22:25. F/S: 9. Stamberger 20:05; 12. Blackburn 20:43; 22. Meyer 22:10.
St. Bede finishers: Barnes 20:45; Barto 21:45; Yucus 23:33.
High school boys At Tiskilwa
Princeton 1, Stillman Valley 1. S - 38:32, P - Schaefer 33:14. Shots: P 9, S 15. Fouls: P 10, S 5. CK: P 3, S 2. Offsides: P 0, S 1. Saves: Bauer (P) 14, S 6. F/S: Princeton 4-1
Three Rivers standings South Division................ Conf. Overall Rockridge....................... 3-0 5-0 Kewanee......................... 2-0 4-1 Orion...............................2-1 3-2 St. Bede...........................1-1 4-1 Sherrard..........................1-2 3-2 Hall................................ 0-2 2-3 Princeton........................ 0-3 0-5 North Division................. Conf. Overall Newman.......................... 3-0 4-1 Erie-Prophetstown............ 3-0 4-1 Amboy/LaMoille............... 2-0 2-3 Morrison..........................1-2 2-3 Bureau Valley.................. 0-2 1-4 Fulton............................. 0-4 1-5 Riverdale........................ 0-2 0-5
The Princeton Tigers placed third out of 12 teams in Saturday’s Mendota Ryder Cup. Rock Falls beat out Ottawa 231-240 for top team honors with the Tigers third at 242. St. Bede (256) was sixth and Hall (258) seventh. The Tigers’ two-man team of Zach Hicks and Ian Nichols also placed third overall with a 75, just one stroke behind the winning score of 74 by Mendota’s Cody Phalen and Jaron Robinson. “Our strategy to place our top two players together (Zach and Ian) paid dividends as they took third and helped us place third as a team,” PHs coach Duane Hicks said. “Although the tournament is a different format, we can take pride in beating some of our conference and regional foes. Hopefully, we’ll use the tournament results as a confidence boost heading into the postseason.” Also scoring for the Tigers were the teams of Colin Pierson and Miles Rose turned in an 81 and Colby Robbins and Derec Roberson an 84. Hall’s Pete Mautino and Nick Scheri placed eighth with St. Bede’s Joe Dudek and Brady Donohue 10th, both teams at 80. The top team for 11th place Bureau Valley was Ryan Young and Logan Twidell at 87.
Last week’s scores
Erie-Prophetstown 42, Bureau Valley 29 Amboy/LaMoille 27, Morrison 18 Newman 55, Fulton 14 Orion 55, Sherrard 21 Kewanee 36, Princeton 0 Rockridge 63, Hall 34 St. Bede 48, Riverdale 18 This week’s games
A/W at Monmouth United Bureau Valley at Morrison Erie-Prophetstown at Amboy/LaMoille Fulton at Princeton Hall at Sherrard Rockford Lutheran at Mendota Rockridge at St. Bede (Saturday, 2 p.m. Junior Football At Winnebago
5th grade: Princeton 20, Winnebago 8 6th grade: Princeton 12, Winnebago 7 7th grade: Princeton 28, Winnebago 12 8th grade: Princeton 42, Winnebago 6
At Kewanee: Amboy/ LaMoille’s Megan Grady and Hall’s Al Baldonado captured first place in Saturday’s Kewanee Boiler Invitational. Grady turned in a winning time of 19 minutes, 31 seconds. Baldonado raced off with the boys meet in 16:41. The Lady Clippers placed second in a 14-team field headed by IVC (66). Jennifer Popovich (9th, 21:32) cracked the top 10 and Erin Hosto was 13th
The Princeton Tigers placed sixth at the Mendota Ryder Cup, including Zach Hicks, Derec Roberson, Colby Robbins, Ian Nichols, Miles Rose, Colin Pierson and coach Duane Price. (22:26). Arabia (111th, 20:31) The Hall boys (48) improved from 45 secalso came in second onds to one minute, with Mid-County (33) Hodge said, in the boys first and Sherrard (83). race. Cody Workman Sandro Aldana placed placed 16th on his 16th eighth (18:25) for Hall birthday in the F/S race and teammate Tyler with a the of 18:42. Pullam was 11th (18:47). St. Bede placed sixth (142) as a team, paced At Peru: Princeton by 15th Jake Condon finished third in (18:58) and 17th Leo Saturday’s L-P Invite. Lopez (20:13). Jen O’Neil was first At Sterling: Zoe at No. 1 singles and Mead led Princeton Emma Reidner and Ellie with a season best’s Bonucci took third at 19:49 to place 22nd in No. 2 doubles. Saturday’s Rock River Run. Freshman Casey Schertz knocked 30 Princeton 1, Stillman seconds off her season Valley 1: The Cardinals best of 25:41 to place scored less than two 149th for Princeton, minutes into the first which was 14th (408). half and the Tigers “Zoe looked strong followed five minutes today. She’s at the best later on a goal by Dylan she’s ever been at this Schaefer for the only point of the season,” scoring of the day. PHS PHS coach Pat Hodge keeper Lucas Bauer said. made 14 stops on goal. Mason Hunt (107th, PHS won the F/S 20:19) and Patrick game 4-3.
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229 • Professional/ Clerical Looking for a CNA to come join our team and make a difference. Full-time position for 2nd shift, every other weekend and holiday. Please apply at: Colonial Healthcare & Rehab Centre, 515 Bureau Valley Parkway, Princeton
229 • Professional/ Clerical EXTENSION PROGRAM COORDINATOR, 4-H & Youth Development, full-time position with benefits in University of Illinois Extension-Bureau County Office. Interested individuals must call for and complete the required online application and send a printed copy of the application, copy of transcripts, a current resume, professional references to: Jill Guynn, Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall, Putnam Extension Unit, 850 Thompson Street, Princeton, IL 61356. Position description and online application process available upon request. Call 815-875-2878. Application process must be fulfilled by October 11. AAEOE
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FARM LAND AUCTION
The Following Farmland which is Located 4 Miles East of Bradford, IL (thence South on 1425E 3 Miles to Farm) will be Offered for Public Auction (The Auction will be Held at the American Legion Building which is 2-Miles West of Bradford, IL on Rt. 93) on:
THUR., OCT. 10, 2013 TIME:10:30 A.M.
View Listing on Website: www.tumblesonauction.com 155 ACRES More or Less Marshall County-Saratoga Township Section 3 LEGAL DESCRIPTION SW 1/4 Section 3, T 13 N, R 8 E, Marshall County, Ex 5.0 AC TILLABLE 140.60 SOIL TYPES Muscatune Silt Loam, La Rose Silty Loam, Sable Silty Clay Loam, Osco Silty Clam Loam, Catlin Silt Loam, Plano Silt Loam, Hartsburg Silty Clay Loam TERMS ON FARMLAND AUCTION 10% Down the Day of the Sale and the Balance due on or before November 8, 2013 when Merchantable Title will be furnished. 2013 Taxes will be Paid by the Seller & Settled at Time of Closing. All Announcements made Day of Sale will take Precedence over all Previous Printed Matter. Seller Reserves the Right to Reject or Accept any or all Bids. This Sale is Not Contingent on Financing. Anyone Needing More Information Contact Tom or Mary Tumbleson 815-872-1852. Seller:
800 Ace Road PO Box 340 Princeton, IL 61356 815-875-4461 Fax 815-875-1235
LOUISE M. DEGROOT
ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE: Anne C. Rennick, Attorney at Law PO Box 90 Wyoming, IL 61491 TUMBLESON AUCTION COMPANY 815-872-1852 AUCTIONEERS: TOM AND MARY TUMBLESON LIC#040000396-397 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org TERMS: CASH ORCHECK
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- 400 Merchandise 444 • Farm Equipment
450 • Under $1000
450 • Under $1000
15 month old Adepta motorized wheelchair. Batteries & power cords included, with capacity bag. $750. Call 815-220-1220
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2 Eljer brand standard toilets, bisque color, $20 each Call 815-875-2638 2008 MotoFino 50 cc scooter, under 500 miles. Green retro-style, new battery last year. $850. Call 309-371-8152 2013 XBOX360 - KINECT (250GB hardrive) included 4 games + extras. Won in Raffle - Never Opened. $325. Call 815-252-6539 48”x42” oval oak grained Formica table top with 18” leaf, $10. Call 815-875-1545 6'x12' flatbed trailer, $900. Call 815-915-8061 Brown leather sofa, chair & ottoman, $100. Call 815-875-2637 Chilton's repair manual $10; set silverware, 81 pieces, $25; cast iron skillet $5. Call 815-878-1209 Good condition, Autumn Brown couch, cloth, length 80.”$60. Call 815-716-3892 Heavy Duty Craftsman Planner, 6” cut on stout table plus (3) 2” thick oak slabs, $390. Call 815-878-7399 Pick-up Bed Liner Ford Ranger 7 foot box. $20. Call 815-878-5851 Pickup cap, fits Ford/ Chevy short bed, good condition, grey color. $125. Call 815-875-2679
2006 JOHN DEERE 4320 with loader, 48hp, 3-point hitch, nice tractor, price $9,500. email@example.com, 773-357-5528
Solid oak beverage cart, 2 shelves, drawer mint condition $65; jewelry armoire new condition $45; Call 815-663-1231
448 • Pets & Livestock
Wood Pellet stove heater, 42,000 BTU, like new. $600. Call 815-872-1816
DONATE NOW! “The animals are crying” Tri-County Humane Society. LaSalle, Bureau, Putnam Counties. Call 815-875-6145 or 815-872-9781 or send donation to: PO Box 1601, LaSalle, IL 61301
Wood shovel, $45; hay fork, $40; iron cow stanchions, $38 each. Call 815-878-2238
Young, male Canneries, great singers $75; females $40. Home raised. Very social. (Princeton) Call 630-212-8363
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Put your ad in for FREE Items $1,000 or less can run FREE for 1 week. Limit of 5 lines. Up to 3 items with price and price totaling under $1,000. 1 ad per household per week. No commercial ads, firearms or animal sales. Go to: bcrnews.com, to place an ad. Use category merchandize and bargains or E-mail information to: classified@ bcrnews.com (include your name, address & phone number) No Phone Calls!
460 • Garage Sales PRINCETON 105 Elm Place. Friday & Saturday, October 4 & 5, 8am-1pm. Full size brass bed with side rails, new table saw, truck tool hox, telescope, 2 guitars, gas weed eater with attachments, gas grill & numerous other items. PRINCETON 203 South Vernon. Thursday, October 3, 4pm-7pm; Friday, October 4, 8am-3pm. MULTI-FAMILY SALE. Misc. household PRINCETON 213 Bailey Court and others in subdivision. Friday & Saturday, October 4 & 5 from 8am – 2pm. Rain or Shine. Lots of jewelry & necklaces and more. Behind the old Walmart PRINCETON 2830 South Main Street. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, October 2, 3, 4; 8am-5pm. MULTI-FAMILY SALE. Clearing Out. Much Misc. Books, glassware, clothing, antiques PRINCETON 413 West Hudson Street. Thursday, Friday, October 3 & 4; 8am to 4pm; Saturday, October 5, 8am –12pm. Vintage, collectible items, crafts, fall & Christmas decorations, shop vac, tools, lots of misc. & some free items PRINCETON 417 West Hudson. FRIDAY ONLY! October 4, 8am-4pm. Motorcycle, sofa, and many unique items
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
The following described Real Estate will be offered at Public Auction located at the property, 7369 1300 E ST., Tiskilwa, IL 61368 Look for this and upcoming Auctions on www.rickrediger.com
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2013 10:00 A.M.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Located at 7369 1300 E. St., Tiskilwa, IL Bureau County – Frame built, 2 story home and outbuildings on 2 acres. The main level consists of kitchen, formal dining and living room. There is natural woodwork and many built-ins. Second story has 4 bedrooms and full bathroom. On a full basement, walk up attic, gas forced air heat, central air and propane. Private water and sewer. Tax I.D. number is 21-30-400-002. Brief legal description is PT NE SE B 1480 P 350 D 10-4918. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 1) The successful bidder will be required to enter into a standard real estate purchase contract with 10% of the purchase price due immediately following the auction. The balance will be due and payable on or before November 26, 2013. 2) The seller shall provide a title insurance policy in the amount of the purchase price of the subject property. 3) The property is being sold in “as is“ condition, with no warranties of any kind. 4) The information is believed to be accurate. However, we strongly urge all prospective buyers to thoroughly research all pertinent data and to draw their own conclusions. 5) All announcements made the day of the sale take precedence over any previously printed advertised terms or conditions. 6) To view the property contact Rick Rediger – Auctioneer at 815-699-7999. OPEN HOUSE – Thursday, October 3rd – 5 to 6 p.m. Seller:
CAROL M. ANDRIOTIS LIVING TRUST, Dated December 28, 2000
Attorney for Seller: Mary Lynn May, 708 S. Pleasant, Princeton, IL 61356, 815-875-3808. Not Responsible for Accidents I.D. Required
REDIGER AUCTION SERVICE Wyanet, IL 815-699-7999 Auctioneer: Rick Rediger
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PRINCETON 416 West Hudson Street. Thursday & Friday, October 3 &4, 8am-4pm; Saturday, October 5, 8am-12pm. Designer scarves, and HUGE Christmas collection.
PRINCETON 833 South 1st Street. Thursday, October 3, noon-6pm; Friday, Saturday, October 4, 5; 8am-5pm. Costume jewelry kitchen items & small appliances, hand tools, furniture, lamps, 2 bed frames/ headboards, oak wood crafts, knickknacks, and MORE!! TISKILWA 720 West Brewster. Thursday, October 3, 9am-6pm. 1 day only. MULTI-FAMILY SALE Quality fall & winter clothing, girl's size 6-8, boy's 8-12, adult L-XL. Halloween costumes, toys, DVDs, books, Lego sets, video games, household, kitchen, cookbooks, decorations, Longaberger. Lots more. All priced to sell. No early sales please
******* $$ CASH PAID $$ We pay top dollar for junk (cars, machinery, etc.)
PRINCETON 430 East Farnham Street. Thursday, October 3, 9am-5pm; Friday, October 4, 9am-5pm; Saturday, October 5, 9am2pm. MULTI-FAMILY SALE! Range hood, disposal, jewelry, sewing machine, clothes & more! Everything Priced Low. Free coffee & lemonade PRINCETON 576 Boyd Avenue. Friday & Saturday, October 4 & 5; 8am-? MULTI-FAMILY MOVING SALE! Kitchenware, furniture, home décor, lamps & shades, towels, games, sporting goods, paint & lots more! PRINCETON 620 North Chestnut Street. Friday, October 4, 8am-4pm; Saturday, October 5, 8am12pm. Clothes, houseware items, boy clothes 18m all seasons. Love seat, tools, tires, rims, old table/chairs, picnic table and much more PRINCETON 830 Innsbruck. Friday, October 4, 8am-4pm; Saturday, October 5, 8am-2pm. MULTI-FAMILY SALE. Toys, Halloween & Christmas items, toddler to 3x clothes, and more. All Proceeds to Tri-County Humane Society
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-600Transportation 614 • Car Sales 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE 3.8, V6, very good-excellent condition. $2,700 or best offer. Call 815-915-8007
Call 815-878-9353 2006 MERCURY Grand Marquis, 42,000 miles, tires driven 15,000 miles, 2 owners. $6,000. Call 815-879-8071
SELL THAT VEHICLE in the Bureau County Republican Classified.
- 700 Real Estate For Sale 767 • Mobile Home Sales 3 Bedroom, 1 bath, 16'x80', with new flooring, new interior paint ready to move in! 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, 12'x60' with new hardwood laminate flooring. Financing available for both homes with affordable monthly payments. Located in a quiet, rural mobile home community, just minutes from Princeton's shopping district. Call 815-875-1502 for more information!
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711 N. railroad st. seatonville IL 61359 (formerly st. Gertrude’s Church & Hall) Go to auctionzip.com for full sale bill & photos sale by
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PUBLIC AUCTION BUREAU COUNTY FARMLAND 100+/- ACREs sECTION 33 - WALNUT TOWNshIP
The following described farmland will be offered by PUBLIC AUCTION. Sale day location: Rediger Auction Service “The Shed”, 401 W. Main St., Wyanet, IL 61379. OPEN TENANCY 2014
Friday, October 18, 2013 10:00 A.M.
OPEN TENANCY 2014
FARM LOCATION: 3 miles South of Walnut, IL on Wyanet/Walnut Blacktop or 9 ½ miles North of Wyanet, IL on Wyanet/Walnut blacktop to the farm on East side of blacktop. Located in part of North ½ of Section 33, Walnut township, Bureau County, Illinois. FARM DEsCRIPTION: 100 +/- surveyed acres with 100 +/- tillable acres. Soils include Waukegan, Biggsville, Sparta, Dickinson, Drummer and Sable. Tax ID #03-33-100-004. 2012 taxes paid in 2013 were $1,066.70. The weighted average Crop Productivity Index for optimum management is 115.4. Plat locations, Aerial Photos, soil Maps and other information available @ rickrediger.com TERMs AND CONDITIONs: 1.) This tract will be sold on a per surveyed acre basis. 2.) Survey provided by Seller. 3.) The successful bidder will be required to enter into a standard purchase agreement contract. A Buyer’s Premium of 1% of the high bid will be charged to the buyer and added to the bid amount to arrive at the contract purchase price. 10% of the contract purchase price will be due immediately following the auction. The balance will be due and payable on or before November 26, 2013. 4.) The seller shall provide a title insurance policy in the amount of the purchase price of the subject property. 5.) The estimated 2013 real estate taxes due and payable in 2013 will be credited by the Seller to the Buyer. All subsequent real estate taxes will be the responsibility of the Buyer. 6.) The property is being sold in “AS IS” condition, with no implied warranties of any kind. 7.) The information is believed to be accurate. However, we strongly urge all prospective buyers to thoroughly research all pertinent data and to draw their own conclusions. 8.) All announcements made the day of the sale take precedence over any previously printed material. 9.) For additional information or to view the property contact Rick Rediger, Auctioneer at 815-699-7999 or Scott Brummel. Sellers:
ROXANE and EUGENE MAGNUs
Attorney for Seller: John Isaacson 111 Park Ave. East – Princeton, IL 61356 Number System will be Used – I.D. Required Not Responsible for Accidents Auction conducted by: REDIGER AUCTION sERVICE BRUMMEL REALTY LLC Rick Rediger, Auctioneer Scott Brummel, Broker 815-699-7999 630-553-3200 www.RickRediger.com www.BrummelRealty.com
767 • Mobile Home Sales **************** PUBLISHER'S NOTICE All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call, HUD tollfree at 800 669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 800 927-9275
768 • Homes For Sale Country Home on edge of Princeton. Craftsman features of beautiful oak. Many updates. Mature landscape. 2-1/2 acres. Call 815-879-2781 or 815-866-13252 for more details. Leave name & number DOVER 8 rooms, fireplace, porch, central air, attached garage, decks, pool, large lot. $55,000. Call 815-872-0211 PRINCETON 915 Fairway Drive- Deer Run South Subdivision. Completely remodeled, 2,200 sq. foot Ranch with vaulted ceilings. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car attached garage, newer roof, new windows, all new flooring, new kitchen, new bathrooms. No basement. Private well and septic. $173,900. www.915fairwaydr.com Call Jeff 815-303-6304
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REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION
The Following Real Estate & Personal Property will be sold at the ON SITE LOCATION of 1730 South Euclid Street in Princeton, IL on:
SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 2013 TIME: 10:00A.M.
View Listing& Photos on website: www.tumblesonauction.com REAL ESTATE Beautiful Brick Three Bedroom/One and Half Bath Family Home w/Attached Garage on the Southern Edge of Princeton. Home has Kitchen/ Dining Area, Family Room, Living Room and Full Basement. Beautiful Trees Provide a Shaded Front Lawn and the Lot has an Expansive Back Yard. Home has been well maintained with updated doors, windows and electrical Wiring. Large Storage Shed/Workshop off of Deck in the Back. (Kenmore Refrigerator & GE Whirlpool Gas Stove w/Hood & Kenmore Washer & Dryer Included w/Sale of the Real Estate) LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 1ST PINEDALE SD L6 & 16 LOT SIZE: 100 X 124.5Irreg TERMS OF REAL ESTATE 10% Down the Day of the Sale and the Balance due on or Before 30 Days when Merchantable Title will be furnished. Taxes to be prorated at Closing & Possession at Closing. All Announcements made Day of Sale will Take Precedence over all Previous Printed Matter. Seller Reserves the Right to Reject or Accept any or all Bids. This Sale is Not Contingent on Financing. All Financing Needs to be PreApproved for Closing on or before 30 Days after Day of Sale. Anyone Interested in Viewing Real Estate Please Contact Tom or Mary Tumbleson 815-872-1852. PERSONAL PROPERTY FURNITURE AND LAWN & GARDEN: Ethan Allen Kitchen Table w/3 Chairs; Microwave & Stand; Three Tier Pie Crust Table; Cedar Chest; Chest Type Freezer; Hawthorne Girls Bicycle; Cordless Drill; Electric Drill Sharpener; Bench Grinder; Craftsman Electric Blower; Sm. Electric Chainsaw; Small Century Drill Bit Cabinet; Lawn Chairs; Dirt Devil Sweeper; Shadow Box; Fruit Jars; Yard Seeder; Air Compressor; Nipco Heater; Seeder TOYS, COLLECTIBLES AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Children’s Books; 10/12 Cent Comic Books; Old Porcelain Figurines-Mickey Mouse; Child’s Sewing Machine; Car Bank; Sm. Boston Terrier Bank; Bisque Miniature Dolls; Old Puzzles, Games, Books- Old Wind Up Toys; Old Christmas & Halloween Items; Child’s Sleds; Ladies Fur Coat; Linens/Blankets & Hats; Graniteware; Crock Bowls; 1950’s Items; Standard Oil Adv. Items; 33 & 78 Records; Statues; Sm. Cathedral Radio; Brass Horses; Cups & Saucers; Satin Glass Pitcher & Glasses; Carving Sets; Amber, Carnival & Milkglass; Hand Painted Plates; Silver Set; Usual Line of Kitchenware & Electrical Appliances Including Silverware, Tupperware, Pots & Pans SELLER:
Princeton, IL TUMBLESON AUCTION COMPANY 815-872-1852 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org AUCTIONEERS: TOM AND MARY TUMBLESON &TIFFANY FOES TERMS: CASH OR CHECK
- 800 856 • Apartment Rentals Real Estate For Rent 856 • Apartment Rentals *PRINCETON* Everything Brand New 2 bedroom, 2 bath, laundry room, garage. $750/month. Security deposit required. Security system. Accepting Applications Now! Move-in Now. Call 815-713-0234 PRINCETON Coachlight Apartments has a 1 bedroom apartment, $450. Call 815-878-7965 LADD 1 bedroom. No pets. For more info call 815-925-7018 LADD 2 bedroom. 1-1/2 bath. Central air, washer/ dryer hook-up. $595. Call 815-224-3816. Broker Owned. www.curtainrentals.com MANLIUS 2 bedroom apartment with garage. Water, sewer, garbage services included. No pets. 1 year lease. $400 per month. Security deposit. References required. Available immediately. Call 815-445-6731
PRINCETON Apartments: Downstairs, 1 bedroom with front porch, $475 + $475 deposit; Upstairs, 1 bedroom, $450 + $450 deposit; Small, upstairs, 1 bedroom, $375 + $375 deposit. All apartments are newly remodeled & include appliances, heat & off street parking. Occupancy requirements include 1st month's rent, deposit and signed lease. No pets allowed. 815-8663611 or 815-303-4277 PRINCETON large, 1 bedroom, $575. Heat & utilities included. No pets, deposit. Call 815-303-7066/ 815-303-7621
PRINCETON NEW 2 bedroom apartment available. Includes appliances and interior access garage. No smoking. $795 a month + utilities. Call 815-872-0544 WYANET 1 bedroom. Redecorated with new cabinets, flooring. All utilities and appliances included Deposit. No pets or smoking. Call 815-699-2686
858 • Homes for Rent
PRINCETON 1 bedroom, upstairs. $440 plus deposit. Heat, water included. No smoking. No pets. Call 815-879-8616
5 miles south of Tiskilwa. 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, fireplace, family room, laundry. $650 + security. Call 928-201-1665
PRINCETON Apartment. Utilities furnished. Upstairs, $600. Phone 815-875-1336
MANLIUS 3 bedroom Ranch. 1 car attached garage. Central air. $550 per month + deposit. 312 Lawnridge. Available October 1. No pets. Call 815-878-2026
PRINCETON efficiency apartment for rent. $400 a month including utilities. Available now. Call 815-878-4642
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858 • Homes for Rent Princeton Responsible Credit? Low Income? RENT-TO-OWN 809 North Euclid Street 3 Bedroom/1-1/2 Bath 1 Car Garage All redone inside $550/month Available immediately! 815-875-6254 Houselady@comcast.net .
862 • Business Rentals Wyanet 4,400 square foot restaurant space open. With or with out equipment. Call 815-866-1998
999 • Legal Notices BUREAU COUNTY ZONING NOTICE STATE OF ) ILLINOIS ) ) ss COUNTY OF ) BUREAU ) NOTICE TO PUBLISH TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Take notice that Richard Lund Et Ux Trust % Rose Lund, 12570 2100 N. Avenue, Princeton, IL 61356, has filed an application for a VARIATION to place a 3 ½’ x 4’ (14 sq. ft.) home occupation sign in front yard. Zoning Ordinance allows 6 sq.ft. for a home occupation sign. Requesting an 8 sq.ft.
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bulk VARIATION at the following location: (EX W 1/2 SW & SE) NE & N 1/2 SE (EX NE COR) Section 19, Bureau Township, Parcel #09-19-200-003 Common Location: South side of 2100 N Avenue, Approx. 1/2 mile East of 1200 E St. The application is on file in the office of the Zoning Board of Appeals, Room B-5, Courthouse, 700 S. Main St., Princeton, Illinois 61356. A public hearing on said application will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2013, at 7:00 o’clock p.m. at the Bureau County Courthouse in the Board Room on the second floor. All persons interested and all persons desiring to object should appear at the hearing to present their objections. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS CHAIRMAN PROTEM Barry Welbers Published in the Bureau County Republican Oct. 1, 2013.
BUREAU ) NOTICE TO PUBLISH TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Take notice that Daniel P Maciejewski Et Ux, 19477 2400 E St., Princeton, IL 61356, has filed an application for a VARIATION to build a 35’ x 90’ pole building 15’ from South property line; Needs 30’ in Agriculture zoning. Requesting a 15’ side yard VARIATION at the following location: NE COR E 1/2 SE 1/4, Section 25, Dover Township, Parcel #10-25-400007 Common Location: West side of 2400 E St., Approx. 1/2 mile North of 1900 N Avenue The application is on file in the office of the Zoning Board of Appeals, Room B-5, Courthouse, 700 S. Main St., Princeton, Illinois 61356. A public hearing on said application will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2013, at 7:00 o’clock p.m. at the Bureau County Courthouse in the Board Room on the second floor. All persons interested and all persons desiring to object should appear at the hearing to present
their objections. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS CHAIRMAN PROTEM Barry Welbers Published in the Bureau County Republican Oct. 1, 2013.
Wyatt of 108 W. 135th St. North, Skiatook, Oklahoma 74070 as Independent Executor whose attorneys are Angel, Isaacson & Tracy, 111 Park Avenue East, Princeton, Illinois 61356. Claims against the estate may be filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Court, Bureau County Courthouse, 700 South Main Street, Princeton, Illinois 61356, or with the Independent Executor, or both, on or before March 26, 2014, or, if mailing or delivery of a notice from the Independent Executor is required by Section 18-3
of the Probate Act of 1975, the date stated in that notice. Any claim not filed on or before that date is barred. Copies of a claim filed with the clerk must be mailed or delivered to the Independent Executor and to the attorneys within 10 days after it has been filed. Dated this 20th day of September, 2013. Angel, Isaacson & Tracy Attorneys for Estate 111 Park Avenue East Princeton, IL 61356 815-875-6551 Published in the Bureau County Republican Sept. 24, Oct. 1 and 8, 2013.
BUREAU COUNTY ZONING NOTICE STATE OF ) ILLINOIS ) ) ss COUNTY OF )
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BUREAU COUNTY, ILLINOIS ESTATE OF ) LOREN F. MILLER, ) DECEASED ) NO. 2013-P-94 CLAIM NOTICE Notice is given of the death of Loren F. Miller. Letters of office were issued to Lorna C.
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS PEORIA DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ) Plaintiff, ) v. ) ROBBI ROCHELLE STONE, ) Defendant. ) CIVIL NO. 12-1233 NOTICE OF MARSHAL’S SALE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure entered by the court in the above-entitled cause, the property hereinafter described or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said judgment, will be sold to the highest bidder. 1. The name, address and telephone number of the person to contact for information regarding the real estate is: Craig A.Schisler Rural Development 312 E. Backbone Road, Suite B Princeton, Illinois 61356 (815) 875-8732(4) 2. The common address and other common description, if any, of the real estate is: 137 E. Farnham, Sheffield, Illinois 61361 3. The legal description of the real estate is: The North 105 feet of Lot 1 (one) in Block 40 of the Second South Addition to the Village of Sheffield, all lying and being situated in the County of Bureau, in the State of Illinois PIN 14-19-379-004 4. The real estate may be inspected prior to sale at the following times: (Available for inspection during business hours upon reasonable advance notice to the county office listed above.) 5. The time and place of the sale are: Tuesday, October 22, 2013, at 11:00 a.m., at the front door of the Bureau County Courthouse, Princeton, Illinois. 6. The terms of the sale are: 10% of purchase price payable at time and place of sale by Cashier=s/Official Bank Check or Money Order made payable to the United States Marshals Service. Balance to be paid by Cashier=s/Official Bank Check or Money Order made payable to the United States Marshals Service and received by the United States Marshal, 100 N.E. Monroe Street, 333 Federal Building, Springfield, IL 62701, within thirty (30) days of date of said sale. If the balance is not received within said time period, the 10% payment made at time of sale shall be forfeited to the United States, the sale shall be void and a new sale shall be scheduled by the Court. 7. Title will be conveyed subject to all general real estate taxes for the years 2012 and 2013 and thereafter to be paid by buyer(s), which are a lien upon the real estate, and special assessments, if any, and easements and restrictions of record. Buyer(s) shall also be responsible for payment of the real estate transfer tax (35 ILCS 200-31-45). 8. Said property is being sold at this judicial sale “AS IS” WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES OF HABITABILITY OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. 9. Upon receipt of the entire purchase price amount, a Certificate of Sale shall be forwarded to the Marshal for execution describing the lands and tenements purchased and the sum paid therefor to be tendered to the purchaser. Upon confirmation of said sale by the Court, the holder of said Certificate of Sale shall be entitled to a deed for said premises. 10. IF YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEOWNER), YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN IN POSSESSION FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSION, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 15-1701(c) OF THE ILLINOIS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. DATED at Springfield, Illinois, this 23rd day of August, 2013. s/KENNETH F. BOHAC UNITED STATES MARSHAL CENTRAL DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS Published in the Bureau County Republican Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 8 and 15, 2013.
Commencing at an iron rod at the Northwest corner of the NE 1/4 of said Section 4,; Thence S 88˚ 13; 00” E, along the North line of the NE 1/4 of said Section 4, a distance of 1670.05 feet to the Northerly extension of the center of a Public Road; Thence S 09˚ 05’ 00” E, along said northerly extension and continuing along said centerline, 1640.90 feet to a point being S 82˚ 26’ 30” E, 24.60 feet from and iron rod and the Place of Beginning for the tract to be described; Thence continuing S 09˚ 05’ 00” E, along said centerline, 64.52 feet; Thence S 13˚ 04’ 00” E, along said centerline, 296.21 feet; Thence N 77˚ 37’ 30” W, 236.90 feet to an iron rod; Thence N 68˚05’ 25” W, 187.43 feet to an iron rod; thence S 87˚ 33’ 12” W, 242.40 feet to an iron rod; Thence N 85˚ 17’ 49” W, 105.46 feet to an iron rod; Thence N 03˚48’ 49” E. 359.51 feet to an iron rod; Thence S 45˚ 43’ 21” E, 64.69 feet to an iron rod; Thence S 82˚ 26’ 30” E, 610.49 feet to the Place of Beginning and containing 5.00 acres, more or less. Subject to the right-of-way of a Public Road along the East side of the above described tract and also subject to all easements of record. Common Location: West side of 1490 E St., Approx. 875’ North of 1745 N Avenue Property Owners: Ronald and Shelly Teske, 13888 1745 N Avenue, Wyanet, IL 61379. The application is on file in the office of the Zoning Board of Appeals, Room B-5, Courthouse, 700 S. Main St., Princeton, Illinois 61356. A public hearing on said application will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2013, at 7:00 o’clock p.m. at the Bureau County Courthouse in the Board Room on the second floor. All persons interested and all persons desiring to object should appear at the hearing to present their objections. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS CHAIRMAN PROTEM Barry Welbers Published in the Bureau County Republican Oct. 1, 2013.
Commonly known as 512 CHESTNUT STREET, Dalzell, IL 61320 Property Index No. 18-24-156-011. The real estate is improved with a single family residence. The judgment amount was $70,290.63. Sale terms: 25% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the sale payable to The Judicial Sales Corporation. No third party checks will be accepted. The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose rights in and to the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The subject property is subject to general real estate taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in “AS IS” condition. The sale is further subject to confirmation by the court. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the court file to verify all information. If this property is a condominium unit, or a unit which is part of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4). In accordance with 735 ILCS 5/15-1507(c)(1)(h-1) and (h-2), 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(5), and 765 ILCS 605/18.5(g1), you are hereby notified that the purchaser of the property, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and legal fees required by subsections (g)(1) and (g)(4) of section 9 and the assessments required by subsection (g-1) of section 18.5 of the Illinois Condominium Property Act. IF YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEOWNER), YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN IN POSSESSION FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSION, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 15-1701(C) OF THE ILLINOIS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, contact Plaintiff’s attorney: Anthony Porto, FREEDMAN ANSELMO LINDBERG LLC, 1807 W. DIEHL ROAD, SUITE 333, NAPERVILLE, IL 60563, (866) 402-8661 For bidding instructions, visit www.fal-illinois.com.. Please refer to file number F12120560. THE JUDICIAL SALES CORPORATION One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, IL 60606-4650 (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at www.tjsc.com for a 7 day status report of pending sales. AUCTION.COM LLC For Additional Information regarding Auction.com, please visit www.Auction.com or call (800-280-2832) FREEDMAN ANSELMO LINDBERG LLC 1807 W. DIEHL ROAD, SUITE 333 NAPERVILLE, IL 60563 (866) 402-8661 E-Mail: email@example.com Attorney File No. F12120560 Attorney ARDC No. 3126232 Case Number: 13 CH 12 TJSC#: 33-21451
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiff’s attorney is deemed to be a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. I564475 Published in the Bureau County Republican Oct. 1, 8 and 15, 2013.
BUREAU COUNTY ZONING NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) ss COUNTY OF BUREAU ) NOTICE TO PUBLISH TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Take notice that Aaron and Brittany Teske, 20622 1950 E St., Princeton, IL 61356, have filed an application for a REZONE from Agriculture to Rural Estate to build a single family home at the following location: Legal Description, Section 4, Wyanet Township, New Parcel DESCRIPTION FOR 5.00 ACRE TRACT A tract of land located in a part of the NE 1/4 of Section 4; T16N, R8E of the 4th P,M., Bureau County, illinois. More particularyly bounded and described as followes and bearings are for the purpose of description only:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BUREAU COUNTY - PRINCETON, ILLINOIS JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ) ASSOCIATION ) Plaintiff, ) -v.- ) ROBERT AHLSTROM, JANET AHLSTROM, ) STATE BANK OF LINCOLN ) Defendant ) 13 CH 12 NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on September 5, 2013, an agent for The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 11:30 a.m. on October 30, 2013, at the the Bureau Courthouse, 700 South Main Street (East Door), PRINCETON, IL, 61356, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following described real estate: LOT 6 IN BLOCK 4 AND THE EAST 10 FEET OF LOT 7 IN BLOCK 4 IN THE ORIGINAL TOWN OF THE VILLAGE OF DALZELL, COUNTY OF BUREAU, STATE OF ILLINOIS, EXCEPTING AND RESERVING, HOWEVER, ALL THE UNDERLYING COAL AND FIRECLAY, HERETOFORE CONVEYED THEREFROM.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BUREAU COUNTY PRINCETON, ILLINOIS JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ) ASSOCIATION ) Plaintiff, ) -v.) ROBERT AHLSTROM, JANET AHLSTR OM, ) STATE BANK OF LINCOLN ) Defendant ) 13 CH 12 NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on September 5, 2013, an agent for The Judicial Sales Corporation, will at 11:30 a.m. on October 30, 2013, at the Bureau Courthouse, 700 South Main Street (East Door), PRINCETON, IL, 61356, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, as set forth below, the following described real estate: Commonly known as 512 CHESTNUT STREET, Dalzell, IL 61320 Property Index No. 18-24-156-011. The real estate is improved with a single family residence. The judgment amount was $70,290.63. Sale terms: 25% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the sale payable to The Judicial Sales Corporation. No third party checks will be accepted. The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300, in certified funds/or wire transfer, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. No fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring the residential real estate pursuant to its credit bid at the sale or by any mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other lienor acquiring the residential real estate whose rights in and to the residential real estate arose prior to the sale. The subject property is subject to general real estate taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in “AS IS” condition. The sale is further subject to confirmation by the court. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will receive a Certificate of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the court file to verify all information. If this property is a condominium unit, or a unit which is part of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4). In accordance with 735 ILCS 5/15-1507(c)(1) (h-1) and (h-2), 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(5), and 765 ILCS 605/18.5(g-1), you are hereby notified that the purchaser of the property, other than a mortgagee, shall pay the assessments and legal fees required by subsections (g)(1) and (g)(4) of section 9 and the assessments required by subsection (g-1) of section 18.5 of the Illinois Condominium Property Act. IF YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEOWNER), YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN IN POSSESSION FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSION, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 15-1701(C) OF THE ILLINOIS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, contact Plaintiff’s attorney: Anthony Porto, FREEDMAN ANSELMO LINDBERG LLC, 1807 W. DIEHL ROAD, SUITE 333, NAPERVILLE, IL 60563, (866) 402-8661 For bidding instructions, visit www.fal-illinois. com.. Please refer to file number F12120560. THE JUDICIAL SALES CORPORATION One South Wacker Drive, 24th Floor, Chicago, IL 60606-4650 (312) 236-SALE You can also visit The Judicial Sales Corporation at www. tjsc.com for a 7 day status report of pending sales. AUCTION.COM LLC For Additional Information regarding Auction.com, please visit www.Auction.com or call (800-280-2832) FREEDMAN ANSELMO LINDBERG LLC 1807 W. DIEHL ROAD, SUITE 333 NAPERVILLE, IL 60563 (866) 402-8661 E-Mail: foreclosurenotice@ fal-illinois.com Attorney File No. F12120560 Attorney ARDC No. 3126232 Case Number: 13 CH 12 TJSC#: 33-21451 NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are advised that Plaintiff’s attorney is deemed to be a debt collector attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. I564475 Published in the Bureau County Republican Oct. 1, 8 and 15, 2013.
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The skin of an elephant is rough and wrinkled. In fact, the creases in the lower part of their legs can be used to tell elephants apart. Like fingerprints, every elephant has its very own crease pattern. Which picture comes next in each pattern below?
Elephants are the largest land animals in the world. But not all elephants are the same. Most scientists divide elephants into two main groups: African elephants and Asian elephants. (Some scientists say that the forest and grassland elephants of Africa are so different that there should be three groups of elephants – Asian and two groups of African. What would you call the different African elephants?) Standards Link: Life Science; students know there is variation among populations.
African elephants are than Asian elephants. They have large ears shaped a little like the continent of . Large ears help keep the elephant on the African plains. African elephants have a sway back and very skin. They also have a rounded head without any big bumps.
Standards Link: Math/Reasoning: Extend simple paterns.
Asian elephants live in . forest areas and they have ears. They also have rounded backs, smoother skin and a high forehead with two “bumps.”
1. The first elephants appeared about 50 million years ago. The first elephant, called Moeritherium (meer-uh-THEER-ee-um), was only about 2 feet tall and had no trunk.
3. Elephant trunks contain bones similar to the human spine.
Standards Link: Life Science; animals have different structures to help them survive.
4. There are more than 100,000 muscles in the trunk, making it very flexible and strong enough to lift whole trees.
ANSWER: #3 is false. There are no bones in an elephant’s trunk.
Standards Link: Life Science: Students know that adaptations in physical structure may improve an animal’s chance for survival; animals have structures that serve different functions in growth, survival and reproduction. Height and weight are for the average male of each species.
One of these statements is false. Which one? (Answer at right.)
Find the words in the puzzle, then in this week’s Kid Scoop stories and activities. S W S E G A P I L L
L T E K C A S I A N
O L N I
I K O L R T
O E R A N N C L G R C F P U H H K I E E
A S R A E P S A C E S T S I T N E I C S
N T W R I N K L E D S N R E T T A P E K
Standards Link: Letter sequencing. Recognizing identical words. Skim and scan reading. Recall spelling patterns.
2. Asian elephants have one small “finger” at the end of their trunks for grasping. African elephants have two “fingers.”
ELEPHANTS SCIENTISTS TRUNKS SOCKS ASIAN WRINKLED AFRICA LARGE EARS SKIN PAGES COOL PATTERN TREES
People need animals and animals need people. Look through the newspaper for examples of how people and animals need each other. Standards Link: Life Science/Ecology; students know organisms in an ecosystem can support each other.
Cut several pages of the newspaper into long strips. Use the columns to guide you. Tape the strips together until you have enough to show the height of Asian and African elephants.
Standards Link: Math; students measure using nonstandard units.
Finish this story.
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