Please mark your calendars: The Village Office will be closed 12-21 through 12-25 and on 1-1. Happy holidays everyone --- it will be here before you know it!
Please return your All Fund Drive donations as soon as possible. We would like to wrap that up before Christmas if possible. Thanks in advance for your generosity.
The Food Bank of Lincoln continues to help our community by sharing food items with those who need some help. Last Friday they helped out 97+ families. Thanks so much to them and to the dedicated folks who showed up to distribute: Mary Wallen, Dale Henke, Galen Crawford, Craig Kimbell, Andrew Kimbell, Bob Wilhelm, and Linda Liesemeyer.
LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS
By the Groundhog's Shadow Renowned Cub Reporter Bob Wilhelm
Photo contributed by Erryjay Allenway
Topics at the Paisley Bottom Coffee Shop and Critical Thinking Laboratory often deal with weighty subject matter and sensitive information. Access to information is based on the individual's clearance level and need to know. Sophisticated security measures and various codes and encryption tools are employed. Strict procedures are in place to guard the integrity of this information. Often older tried and true pedestrian methods are also used. The above rare photo, from inside the secure area of the Laboratory, of Ohnjay LNU and Evestay LNU, (LNU = Last Name Unknown), underscores this commitment. Remember, loose lips sink ships.
Did you know the December Birth Flower is holly (of course!) and the Birthstone is turquoise?
Who doesn't love a Christmas Chicken and its friends? Thanks for making us smile Holli Gist!
Old photos taken by ?
Gene & Berdean West
Gene West, Don Lewis (before December 1981)
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
12-6 Perry Stoner
12-7 Cheryl Royal
12-8 Kelsea Bayliss, Cheryl Ann Henry
12-10 Tiffany Portenier, Michael Bowersmith, Dave Hall, Renee Jensen
12-11 Peggy Leefers, Augustus Hinrichsen
12-12 Bill Kea
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 12-7-1923, The Otoe Union:
"Mid-Week Sermon for Busy People" by Rev. E.E. Carter of the Methodist Church, was printed on the front page of the paper. Mrs. Wood, wife of the Paisley pastor, died in her sleep. "Chief of Police Chandler of Syracuse, was a business caller in Unadilla." (Who do you suppose he was looking for?)
NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
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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!
NO SATURDAY EVENING SHOWS in DECEMBER & JANUARY
However we will have
FREE, OPEN JAM SESSIONS!
December 3 & 10
January 7,14, 21 & 28
Bring your instruments, bring your voices or just sit in and listen!
Let's get together and have a good time!
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or call Larry, 1-402-949-0668.
NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2023
Albert Miesbach and his steam engine
Albert Miesbach & his steam engine
Unadilla Centennial, June 1971
Photo: Alex Hussey