Eloise Stubbendeck, Petersen Reporting, Jerry Friede,
Mark Czapla, and Maureen Vogt. Your generosity has
Located at sw corner of Unadilla! Was designated the Ne state tree in 1972. The nomination was made by our then state senator, Cal Carstens of rural Avoca, to replace the American elm, which had been the state tree since 1937! From 1972 on, Sen. Carstens was often referred to as Cottonwood Cal!!!! (information provided by Bob Brandt.)
NOTICE OF MEETING
UNADILLA VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Chairman and Board of Trustees of the Village of Unadilla, Nebraska, will meet in a publicly convened session on Wednesday, December 11, 2013, at at the Village Library, 770 G Street, Unadilla, Nebraska. The agenda of subjects to be considered at said meeting is kept continuously current and available for public inspection at the Village Office.
Appoint Village Engineer for the year 2014
Appoint Street Superintendent for the year 2014
Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting. Any persons needing special accommodations should contact the Village Office at least five days prior to the meeting date.
Corinne K. Zahn, Village Clerk
I certify that the above notice of meeting was posted by me in the three following public places within the Village: Countryside Bank, Post Office, and Community Center message board on 12-2-2012, posted on www.UnadillaNebraska.com on 12-3-2013, and not published in the Syracuse Journal-Democrat.
Corinne K. Zahn, Village Clerk
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
12-6 Jaycah Huber
12-7 Cheryl Royal
12-8 Reed Seelhoff, Kelsea Bayliss
12-10 Michael Bowersmith, Dave Hall, Renee Jensen
12-11 Peggy Leefers, Dirk Baker
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 12-5-1913, The Otoe Union:
"George Brandt went to Lincoln Monday and entered the
Nebraska School of Business for the winter term."
J.M. Morgan rented the George Wallen property.
Nebraska City had so many typhoid cases that the State
Dept. of Health was called in. John Mitchelson moved to
Canada where he would homestead. Anna Gorsage died and
was buried in the Unadilla Cemetery. Frank Yeigh sold the
meat market to Glenn White.
NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
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"Ethan Claymore" Opens Winter Season at Mahoney State Park
Ashland, NE [November 27, 2013] -Together, Mahoney State Park and KBC Productions announce that the Christmas production, "Ethan Claymore," will be playing this month at the Kountze Memorial Theater. Show dates are December 6-8, 13-15, 20-22, and 26-30. All shows begin at 7:30pm except for Sundays which are 2:00pm matinees.
Written by Norm Foster, "Ethan Claymore" is the story of a man who needs to get his life back on track in time to celebrate the season. Ethan can't seem to find any holiday cheer, and what's worse is he's verging on bankruptcy. With the help of his neighbor, a local school teacher, and his brother, Ethan tries to find his Christmas spirit and save his farm. The warmth of a Norman Rockwell painting mixed with just a touch of Seinfeld, Ethan Claymore will be a delight for the whole family this holiday season.
Directed by Samantha Colbert of Lincoln, the play features Doug and Matthew Rothgeb of Omaha, Harold Scott of Lincoln, Brandy Palatas of Papillion, Aaron Spracklin of Elmwood, and Kevin Holdorf of Manley. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children under 12. Call Mahoney State Park at (402) 994-2523 extension 7122 to make reservations.
'Best Christmas Pageant Ever' is at the Lofte
The Lofte Community Theatre in Manley announces that the beloved children's story, 'The Best Christmas Pageant Ever," will open on the main stage on Saturday, November 30.
Based upon the book written by Barbara Robinson, this is the story of the six rough-and-tumble Herdman kids who bully their way into the annual Sunday School Nativity play. The church ladies, the Revrand and even the volunteer fire department are sure this will be the worst Christmas pageant ever, but the Sunday School teacher remains stubbornly optimistic. The production is filled with youthful energy and a the true spirit of Christmas
The production is directed by Kevin Colbert. Starring as the pageant director and her husband are Anne Pope and Scott Nielsen of Eagle. Their children, Charlie and Beth help to narrate the story, and are played by real-life brother and sister Noah and Tess Arent of Murdock. The Herdmans are played by Mia Thomas of Bellevue, Samuel Gauthier and Adeline Morgenson of Louisville, Talon Flodman and Gus Pope of Eagle and Xander Monson of Brock. In all, there are fifty-six people in the play. Forty-four of them are children!
The production will run November 30, December 1, 6-8 and 12-15. Curtain times are at 7:30pm except for Sundays which are 2pm matinees. Tickets are $17 for adults and only $10 for children under 12. For reservations, please call the Lofte box office at 402.234.2553.
Pictured on Attachment: Front row, Xander Monson and Samuel Gauthier. Back row, Mia Thomas, Gus Pope, Adeline Morgenson and Talon Flodman as the obnoxious Herdman clan!