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Newsletter 9-19-2018

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Autumn arrives Sunday, September 23





Golf

Sunday, the Unadilla Open was held at Wildwood Golf

Course in Nebraska City. They had 52 golfers. The winning

team: Todd Zahn, Nolan Dresen, Tara Hanes, and Mike Weyers;

2nd place: Michael West, Brian Zahn, Cam Behmer, and Jason

Sisco. The Hole 10 contest winners were: Mitchell Kimbell, Kristy

Henke, Karla Zahn, and Kevin Stubbendick. Putt of winner was

Dan Crownover. Flag prize winners: Larry Lovell, David Kreifels,

Chris Long, Keith Kimbell, Tara Hanes, and Mike Weyers.

For photos check our Unadilla Bill Facebook page!





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Karen Johns and Carol Gobber


Saturday the Otoe County Genealogical Society met at the 

Syracuse Library to hear a presentation by Karen Johns about

teaching at a rural school. It was fun and very interesting. Of all

those who attended, only two didn't go to a rural school. Recess

stories were shared as well as outhouse "issues", school

programs and picnics, 8th grade examinations and graduations,

and learning then versus learning now. If you get a chance to 

hear Johns speak, don't miss it!  Thank you Carol Gobber 

for your assistance!





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Condolences to the many family and friends of 

Nora Snyder, who passed away. She was laid to

rest at Osage Cemetery.




Sunday, the Boardman clan gathered at the Unadilla Park

shelter to welcome the newest additions to the family: Sutton

Sabatka, Beckem Landwehr, and Mickey Loy Boardman.


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The Oldest Generation: Barb, Mary, Jim, Larry, Rod

 

All five of the "oldest genereation" attended, and as usual 

there was more than enough to eat. Everyone commented on 

our beautiful park and shelters, and the playground equipment

got lots of use. We had hoped for a game of "workup" but

in the end it was football and soccer. LOTS of photos were

taken and heirlooms were passed down to the next 

generation.


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Jimmy Loy holding Loy's shirt, David Loy holding Mickey Loy





Garage Sale

Steve Vodicka reminds us that the Rescue Squad will

be holding a garage sale in the Park on Saturday,

October 13. They are accepting donations of items to sell

and all proceeds will go towards the purchase of the self

loading gurney.





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Continued get well wishes to Rose Marie Brandt, Sandy

Denton, and Phil Willnerd.




Some of you have received a letter from the American

Cancer Society asking for a donation for the Unadilla All

Fund Drive - this is NOT connected to our drive. We're not

asking you not to donate if you wish, but asking that you

remember our drive is coming up soon and the money we

collect stays in our community, theirs does not.




Home Nebraska

Did you know...Nebraska has aquifers below it? If poured over

the surface of the state, the water in those aquifers would have

a depth of 37.9 feet. The state has 96,547 registered, active

irrigation wells supplying water to over 8.3 million acres of

harvested cropland and pasture. Of the total cropland

harvested in 2012, 44% was irrigated.





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BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

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9-20   Jill Conradi Stanberry, Mitchell Kimbell

9-21   Lynn Schomerus, Toni Wieneke

9-23   Teresa Aernie, Aliss Wassenbert, Aiden Velazco

9-24   Corey Schulze, Mark & Denise Moerer

9-25   David Lewis




NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO

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Friday, 9-20-1918, The Otoe Union:

"George (Shorty) Rose, the all around man, helped Paul

Hair Wednesday in the chicken business." Carson Davis and

family were moving to Frontier County. Mrs. Henry Massie

received a letter from her son, Billy, "Mother, I am at the front

somewhere along the line and every day sounds just like the

fourth of July...it was a year ago tonight that I left Unadilla.

I hope it is not another year before I see the little old town

again." (Billy was killed in France, 3-17-1919, never

having see home again.)




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NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS

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When: November 3 - 4, 2018

Where: The Leadership Center, Aurora, NE

Cost: FREE (We'll even pick you up!)

Big Tobacco has a long history of marketing it's deadly products to youth though manipulation and deception, and we've seen it all and had enough of it! As youth, we have the power to change the social norm created by Big Tobacco and celebrate our collaborative achievements. Awareness and unification are keys to our success in the past and moving forward.

Our applications are now available to be filled out online!

Click here to submit your application or download the PDF and fill it out offline.

Applications are due Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018.

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MON - SAT   9 - 6

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September 29 - Fred Larson &Friends

October 13 - FREE ADMISSION!  CCMT Anniversary Show!

October 27 - Frank Bigelow & Friends

November 10 - Warren Brewer & Friends

November 24 - Josh Krohn & Dirty River Ramblers

December 8 - Christmas Show,

(Young musicians, up to 16 years old will be entertaining!)

** 7 PM, MONDAY, December 31, New Year's Eve Party!




NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2018

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9-1   Akron @ Nebraska   (Cancelled due to rain)

9-8   Colorado @Nebraska   LOST 33-28

9-15   Troy @ Nebraska   LOST 24-19

9-22   Michigan @ Ann Arbor

9-29   Purdue @Nebraska

10-6   Wisconsin @Madison

10-13   Northwestern @Evanston

10-20   Minnesota @Nebraska

11-3   Ohio State @Columbus

11-10   Illinois @Nebraska

11-17   Michigan State @Nebraska

11-23   Iowa @Iowa City




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Have a GREAT week!

Barb


"May the work I have done speak for me."
               
 

 
Fred Lucas' Pond - 1949 or 1950

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Left: Phyllis (Isaacs) Pickerill, Keith Rodaway, Marvin Lucas,

Bernie Kinnamon, Violet (Lemka) Poole, Wesley Botsford on

ground, Louisa Botsford and "Pat" on sled, Joyce (Eis)

Neemann, Fred Lucas sitting on sled.


 This photo was taken at the pond on the Fred Lucas farm

(now home to Marvin & Jean Lucas) by Richard W. Hufnagle.

It was published on the front of the Farm Journal Magazine

in 1949 or 1950.



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Left: Keith Rodaway, Marvin Lucas, Bernie Kinnamon,

Violet (Lemka) Poole, Phyllis (Isaacs) Pickerill, Wesley

Botsford, Joyce (Eis) Neemann, Louisa Botsford on sled

with dog "Pat". (photo by Rchard F. Hufnagle)


This pond was east of the house where Marvin & Jean

Lucas live now and north of the present pond.


Thanks to Marvin & Jean Lucas for

sharing these photos!