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Newsletter 3-15-2017 PDF  | Print |  E-mail

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Saturday, March 11, Sharon Demaree, Corey Schulze, and Barb

Wilhelm were honored for their work on the displays in the History

and Veterans Rooms at the Unadilla Community Center. They re-

ceived Community Service awards and pins from the Mary Katherine

Goddard Chapter of the DAR, Omaha.

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Barb Wilhelm & DAR Regent Mary Hanke


The rooms were toured and then a light lunch was served in the

Resource Room, also providedby the DAR. Then the group, joined by

members of the community, went to the Unadilla Library, where

Peggy Leefers gave a wonderful program on quilts. She started

with one from her collection dating from about 1890 and continued

up through the years which included a baby quilt for a great-

grandbaby she had just finished Saturday morning!


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Peggy Leefers displaying some of her smaller quilts


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Showstopper quilt made from neckties


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Some of these quilts will be headed to their new home at the

International Quilt Museum in Lincoln at 33rd & Holdrege.

(Did you know March 19th is "National Quilting Day"?)




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Condolences to the many family and friends of Laurence

Royal who passed away on March 8. A lifelong area resident,

farmer and cattleman, he was a joy to visit with. He will be missed

by so many.




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We would like to thank Jim Russell for his contribution of the

telegraph key from the railroad depot that was torn down in the

early 1950's and is now on display in the History Room. He also

provided us with many photos never see before as well as a copy

of a school history written by a former teacher. Opening his box

of goodies was like an early birthday present! Thank you also to

Barb Kastens and Jean Lucas for local newspaper articles, and

to Jenice Bates for the POW/MIA empty chair place setting for

the Veterans Room. So thankful to live in this community full of

such generous and thoughtful people!




So glad to report Rose Marie Brandt, Lois Chadwick, Karen

Schwartman, and Sharon Demaree are all on the mend and doing

well. Continued get well wishes to Bruce Hassler and Gerry Davis.




Please share your news with us as we have lots of former residents

who like to know what's going on in the old hometown!




Irish Scene

Have you brushed up on your Irish trivia for St. Patrick's Day?

Here a just a few: What is Ireland's official color? Blue. What song

was adopted as the National Anthem in 1916? "God Save Ireland".

What are the most and second most common surnames in Ireland?

Murphy and Kelly. When was divorce made legal in Ireland? 1997.

On what days are Irish pubs closed? Good Friday and Christmas

Day. Have fun while "wearin' the green" and be safe!





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BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

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3-17   Ryder Lee Schmidt

3-18   Gordon Hopp, Darlene Isaacs

3-20   Milan & Christie Brehm

3-21   Scott Hitzemann, Harlee Jo Snyder, Halle Jo Goes




NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO

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Friday, 3-16-1917, The Otoe Union:

So many rumors going around about the war in Europe.

J.W. Buchanan of Douglas, purchased the Hayward farm 2 miles

west of Unadilla for $15,680. Rose Johnson took Bessie West's

place at the telephone office; Bessie replaced Alma McNair at

her rural school. New babies in the Paisley community: a 

daughter to Howard Mortimores' and a son to Charles Dormans'.

William Dorman was appointed administrator of the John

Bugler estate.




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