Nebergall celebrates a century of love

Ruth Nebergall, right, talks to longtime friend Mary Herschberger, left, on her 100th birthday. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now Ruth Nebergall’s big brown eyes have seen many things throughout her century of life, from the Great Depression,to the birth of her four daughters to the 24-pound catfish she caught in 1975 at Marion Lake to the smile on her late husband Russell’s face. Nebergall, who lived in Hesston for 73 years, is quicker to talk about her late husband

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