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Unadilla Newsletter - May 13, 2009 PDF  | Print |  E-mail

DATES TO REMEMBER

5-20   Last day of school; dismissal at noon; AR Reader Parade

5-23   Unadilla Alumni Banquet @ Duncan Building

5-25   Office Closed for Holiday

5-28   FEMA Workshop

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LOCAL NEWS

The Scott Hitzemann family, Wellman, IA, were weekend visitors at the Bob Wilhelm home. They brought Barb a beautiful prayer quilt from the members of their church. And all those little boy kisses made Grandma feel much better!

Thanks to everyone for the cards, calls, visits, flowers, and especially the prayers after my surgery. I got the best news possible the day I came home. I should be back in the office next week.

Condolences to Bev Wilhelm and family on the loss of Bev's brother, Don Beers.

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CHURCH NEWS

Unadilla Christian Church

9:00 SUNDAY SCHOOL

10:00 WORSHIP SERVICE

Pastor, Andrew Degolyer

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United Methodist Church

9:00 WORSHIP SERVICE

Pastor, Tony Dawson

United Methodist Women met May 6 in the Fellowship Hall with 10 members present. President June Tipken read from the Upper Room "Do You Love Me?" The Purpose was read in unison. Thank you's were read from Epworth Village and SDA High School for donations made. An invitation was received from the Douglas UMW for Guest Day on May 14th. Syracuse and Unadilla will hold a joint meeting that day. Kathryn Witte will speak on "Radical Hospitality". After discussion about the reading program, it was decided to discontinue it during the summer months. Norma Boettcher gave a report from Response magazine titled "Go and Do Likewise." Irma Taylor, Social Action, reported that she had sent two cards. May Lamb read a Mother's Day poem. Members were reminded that High School and College graduates would be honored May 17th; May 24th is Heritage Sunday with 50 year members honored; UMW Sunday is June 14th. Rose Ann Duncan and June reported on Spring Retreat. June also read kitchen and Fellowship Hall guidelines for both Syracuse and Unadilla churches. Irma open the lesson, "Food Security", with a prayer, and all san , "Come Thy Font of Every Blessing". The next meeting will be June 3, with Viola Maloy, leader, and June Tipken, hostess.

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Hopewell Presbyterian Church

8:00 WORSHIP SERVICE

Pastor, Sara Dingman

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BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

5-14   Cody Pester and Ann Crawford

5-15   Travis Johnson

5-16   Janet Oelke

5-17   Linda Liesemeyer, Matt Hickman, Sherri Moss

5-18   Becki Hickman, Emily Lewis, Ned & Kate Lucas

5-19   Bob Brandt

5-20   Leona Lewis, Kathryn Romine, Verneda Kimbell, Cindi Stanley

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NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO

5-14-1909, The Otoe Union: Mr. & Mrs. A.R. Thompson, 6 miles NW of town, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. The first annual 8th grade graduation exercises of Otoe County Schools was to be held at the Overland Theater in Nebraska City. Lucky Bill's Dog & Pony Show was coming to town. It's star was "Little Cupid, the Educated Pony with the Human Brain". Among his many talents was algebra and making change!

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