The Flag Disposal Ceremony and the following meal at the Post Home in Syracuse this last Tuesday went well and the weather cooperated. In a continuing tradition the Boy Scouts assisted and were part of the ceremony. The crowd size was down this year and can partially be attributed to the loss of so many veterans. Jace Stintson reported on his experience at Boys State. Thanks to Linda Halvorsen and Bonnie Carlson for providing and serving the meal and to the members of the Legion Auxiliary for the desserts.
Paul Wallman, Andy DeGolyer, and Gerry Davis, accompanied by Boy Scouts
Halloween decorations are going up...one of our favorite times of the year!
Condolences to the family of Vivian Parker, well known as a teacher and horse lover, and to Annette Block and families on the passing of her mom, Karen Scurto Palmer. They were both great ladies.
Isaac Crownover, son of Todd & Candy Crownover, Grandson of Dan Crownover, and Burton Brandt, son of Barry & Carrie Brandt, Grandson of Bob and Barb Brandt, met on the football field at Midlands College. Burton attends Midlands and Isaac attends Mount Marty. Thanks to the proud grandpas for sharing, BUT who won the game???
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BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
10-18 Tom & Irene Rodaway, Marlene Neumeister
10-19 Barry Brandt
10-21 Karen Hassler, John Schwartman, Barbara Towle
10-22 Allison Moore
10-23 Dan Anderson
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 10-19-1923, The Otoe Union:
Winners of the Horseshoe Tournament were: 1st, George Stilwell, Unadilla; 2nd, Otea Coulter, Dunbar; 3rd, George Brandt, Unadilla; and 4th, Young Gibbons, Dunbar. On October 13 the first frost was reported. J.H. Cowel moved to Colorado. The inside of the bank was being painted and varnished.
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Cornhusker Country Music Theater in Louisville
Come on over! Sit back or take a spin on our dance floor, enjoying the music every other Saturday evening!
This is a family-friendly venue, so bring the kids, too!
CORNHUSKER COUNTRY MUSIC THEATER
211 Main Street
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FREE ~ OPEN JAM SESSION
Bring your instrument, your voice or just come and enjoy the fun!
Everyone is welcome!
2nd Sunday each month!
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NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2023