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Newsletter 10-22-2014

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Fall on South 14th Road

Congratulations to Dan Crownover who has turned in

his scooter for a real set of wheels!

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Left: Ed Reed, Lyle Gartner, Roy Bretthorst, K.C. Ortiz, Gene Kraenow

American Legion Post #100 held it's annual flag disposal

ceremony Tuesday evening, Octobert 14, at the Post Home.

There were approximately 50 attending. A meal was served

afterwards with the Legion Auxiliary providing dessert.

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After the meal Jamison Bennett reported on his experiences at

Nebraska Boy's State. Jamison is one of 3 boys that went

and they were sponsored by Post #100 and Sons of the

American Legion.

Did you know that $1 out of every $10 we spend on

food pays for the packaging?

The Unadilla Area Fund/Foundation met Tuesday

evening, October 14, at the Duncan Building. New

member, Sue Saathoff was welcomed. The main topic

of conversation was the mailings for the All Fund Drive.

Also discussed was repairing the gym roof, plans for a

bike/walk trail at the park, and of course,

Groundhog Day! Those attending were Sue, Peggy

Leefers, Corinne Zahn, Larry Larson, Donna Crownover,

Bob Brandt, and Barb Wilhelm. Light refreshments

were served.

Deadlines are approaching -

don't forget to register to vote!


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A visit to the local pumpkin patch was on the agenda

Saturday for Bob & Barb Wilhelm and the four grandkids.

What a beautiful day for fun and a hayrack ride to pick out

our pumpkins. Everyone got their own pumpkin and Grandma

picked out a couple "knuckleheads" and about a dozen

"hooligans". It's a lovely place and filled with landscape to

take those all important photos! (I don't know who had more

fun, Bob or the grandkids!) We couldn't talk anyone into

jumping into the Corn Box but we took full advantage of

the other activities.


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We have noticed several nicely decorated

fall/Halloween displays around town. It's turning

into an annual tradition just like the

Christmas lights tour.


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Annual Pancake & Sausage Feed

Featuring "The Pancake Man"

Sunday, October 26

at the Unadilla Fire Station

8:00 a.m - Noon

Free Will Donation

Proceeds will go towards

Equipment & Uniforms


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10-22   Allison Moore

10-25   Bob Bryan, Ted Oelke, Brenda DeGolyer

10-27   Gerry Davis



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Friday, 10-23-1914, The Otoe Union:

Frank Fey was the manager of the Beatrice Cream Station.

A son was born to Will Schall's and a daughter to

Louis Schroeder's. The new school house was ready

for the roof to be installed. "Call at E.S. Carper's for your

horse blankets and winter robes. A special discount on

halters." A surprise birthday party was given for Alma

Clark's 18th birthday.

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Hitchcock Based, “Wrong Window” Opens at Lofte

Manley, NE [September 24, 2014] -  The hilarious Hitchcock-inspired farce, “ Wrong Window!” will open on the Lofte Community Theatre’s stage on October 11.  The script is written by the successful writing team of Van Zandt and Milmore whose other works include “Love, Sex and the I.R.S.,” and “Suitehearts.”  

New York couple Marnie and Jeff think their neighbor has killed his wife.  However, the woman’s body soon disappears and the bumbling witnesses sneak into the cross-courtyard apartment to solve the mystery.  In all, there are over 30 script references to the works and characters in Alfred Hitchcock films.  Can you spot them all?

The production is directed by and stars Kevin Colbert as Jeff.  His wife Marnie is played by Brandy Palatas of Papillion.  Rounding out the cast are Scott Pope and Scott Nielsen of Eagle, Melinda Mead of Plattsmouth, John Bell and Ken Patry of Omaha, and Jeff Johnston and Ken Snyder of Elmwood.  Alyssa DiPaolo of Lincoln gives a stunning performance as the dead body.  

Performance dates for “Wrong Window!” are October 11, 12, 17-19 and 24-26.  Friday and Saturday curtain times are at 7:30pm.  All Sunday performances are 2pm matinees.  Tickets are $19 and reservations can be made by calling the box office at 402-234-2553.  The Lofte Community Theatre is located just east of Hwy 50 near the town of Manley.  

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  Kevin Colbert and Brandy Palatas can’t help but snooping on the neighbors in the Hitchcock inspired, “Wrong Window!” opening at the Lofte Community Theatre on Oct 11.   




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8-30   Nebraska vs Florida Atlantic - won 55-7

9-6   Nebraska vs McNeese State - won 31-24

9-13   Fresno State vs Nebraska - won 55-19

9-20   Nebraska vs Miami Fla  - won 41-31

9-27   Nebraska vs Illinois (Homecoming)

(8:00 pm CT/BTN) - won 45-14

10-4   Michigan State vs Nebraska - lost 22-27

10-11   BYE

10-18   Northwestern vs Nebraska  - won 38-17

10-25   Nebraska vs Rutgers

11-1   Nebraska vs Purdue

11-8   BYE

11-15   Wisconsin vs Nebraska

11-22   Nebraska vs Minnesota

11-28   Iowa vs Nebraska

12-6   Big Ten Championship

@Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis


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