Some of you may again have received a letter from the American Cancer
Society asking for a donation to 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 all the money we collect stays in our
community, theirs does not.
The Unadilla Open was held Sunday at the Wildwood Golf Course in Nebraska City.
Don't have any results yet. Watch for them on the Unadilla Bill Facebook page.
Saturday, September 14, Syracuse Junior Varsity volleyball took 1st place in
the tournament hosted by Syracuse, by beating the Beatrice Lady O's. Other teams
in the competition: Sterling, Weeping Water, Palmyra, Platteview, Bennington,
and Johnson County Central. Thank you for a great day of volleyball ladies!
Back: Coach Jacqueline Mohr, Klayre Roberts, Maddie Hillman, Lily Vollertsen, Cassidy Roberts, Lily Windhorst
Front: Kennedy Stanley, Shayla Thompson, Teja Farley, Bailey Boitnott, Kamdyn Stanley, Ava Mohr
(photo: Bob Wilhelm)
New get well wishes to Jason Schomerus, Rick Wassenberg and Sandi Kimbell.
Continued wishes to Barb Brandt, Tracy Meyer, Larry Larson, Lee Clark, Dwight
Kastens and Nina Rohlfs.
Bob Brandt says there are still a lot of apples to pick by the community garden
(those south of the alley). If you want a dozen or so, but are unable to pick them, call
the Bank at 828-3210, then you can get them at the Bank the next day.
Did you know...Nebraska has aquifers below it? If poured over the surface of the
state, the water would be 37.9 feet deep. The state has nearly 10,000 registered
and active irrigation wells; 44% of cropland harvested is irrigated.
Monday evening we attended the Syracuse Junior High football game against
Lincoln Lutheran. In Nebraska, football is a sometimes dangerous subject for
conversation, but let me just say, at the end of the game boys on both sides,
along with their coaches, gathered into a circle and had a moment of fellowship.
It was another great day to be a Rocket fan.
(photo: Jenn Hitzemann)
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
9-20 Jill Stanberry, Mitchell Kimbell
9-21 Lynn Schomerus, Toni Wieneke
9-23 Teresa Aernie, Arliss Wassenberg, Aiden Velazco
9-24 Corey Schulze, Mark & Denise Moerer
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 9-19-1919, The Otoe Union:
Leslie Reasoner was attending high school in Lincoln. "George Rose and Herman
Stoner went fishing Tuesday and returned with nothing but the anticipation they had
when they left." Vivian Davis was married to a Mr. Till in Omaha. Steve Wilcox lost
nearly all his hogs to cholera.
NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
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Cornhusker Country Music Theater!
We now have a DANCE FLOOR right in front of the stage!
Put on your dancing shoes and come on over for a good time! If you don't want to dance, you can still enjoy the live music!
Saturday, Sept. 28 - Fred Larson & Friends
Wyuka Cemetery (Lincoln) Walking Tour
Sunday October 13, 2-4 p.m.
NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2019
8-31 Nebraska vs South Alabama WON 35-21
9-7 Colorado vs Nebraska LOST 31-34
9-14 Nebraska vs Northern Illinois WON 44-8
9-21 Illinois vs Nebraska
9-28 Nebraska vs Ohio State
10-5 Nebraska vs Northwestern
10-12 Minnesota vs Nebraska
10-26 Nebraska vs Indiana
11-2 Purdue vs Nebraska
11-16 Nebraska vs Wisconsin
11-23 Maryland vs Nebraska
11-29 Nebraska vs Iowa
Hilda & Percy Davis in Washington, D.C. in 1946