PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING
Thursday, October 17, 7:30 p.m. at Library
The Unadilla Area Fund met Tuesday, October 15, at the Community Library. Those present: Peggy Leefers, Corinne Zahn, Bob Brandt, Glenda Willnerd, Sue Saathoff, Donna Crownover and Barb Wilhelm. Guest speakers were: Jim Gustafson and Jason Kennedy from the Nebraska Community Foundation. The upcoming All Fund Drive was discussed, along with the reception in December and plans for Groundhog Day. Our speaker will be Jeff Barnes and his program will be: A Bad Man in a Better Place: Jesse James in Nebraska. Hope you all can join us!
Other items discussed were: placing a barn quilt at the Park, replacing the cooling unit in the Library, installation of a directory sign in front of the Community Center, installation of more benches at the park and park clean up and tree trimming this weekend with help from the local Boy Scouts. The next meeting will be Tuesday, December 3, before the reception at the Duncan Building.
The Flag Disposal Ceremony was held Tuesday evening, October 8, at the Post Home in Syracuse. There were about 50 patriots of all ages. Thank you to the Boy Scouts, Junior Law Cadet, Boy's & Girl's State representatives and members of Massie-Richards American Legion Post #100 and their Auxiliary. The high school kids are such an inspiration to us all.
After the meal a Quilt of Valor was presented to veteran Eugene Kraenow by his daughter, Marilyn Brinkhoff and her grandson. Thank you for your service Eugene!
Nina Rohlfs we're glad you're home safe and sound and wishing you a speedy recovery!!! Barb Brandt, we hope to see you out and about soon!
Bob & I were planning on a trip to Scenic, South Dakota, this past weekend to replace the tombstone on my great-grandfather David Hopkins Fisk's grave. But in light of the historic snowstorm that buried the whole area, we headed east to Burlington, Iowa. My sister Mary went with us and our first stop was the "Axe Murder House" in Villisca, Iowa, and the cemetery there where Bob's great-great-grandparents are buried.
Then we visited Fisk, Trulock and Brooks graves in the Aspen cemetery at Burlington. Bob drove us down Snake Alley (I couldn't look) and we went down to the water front, which was mostly under water.
There are also some amazing homes and buildings in the waterfront district.
We crossed over the Mississippi and went to Nauvoo, Illinois, to the Mormon settlement in the "Flats". On the way home we stopped at the cemetery at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, and found more Fisk relatives and of course, there's a wonderful little quilt shop there along with Iowa Wesleyan University.
We couldn't drive past Winterset, Iowa, without stopping at the new John Wayne Museum: "A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do!" We had went through the house where he was born many years ago, but the new museum has a little theater and some well thought out displays. I loved the old station wagon that had been "customized" for him - it even had a third row seat! But best of all was crossing the Missouri and turning on to H Road - we fit a lot of sightseeing into 2 days!
Condolences to the family and friends of Viola Wachter, who passed on October 9th. She and her sister, Dorothy, had their own cafe at one time and worked the early shift at Horstman's Cafe. Her fried chicken and plate-sized pancakes couldn't be beat. You will be missed Vi.
It was great to see all the family and old friends who came to the Duncan Building Sunday afternoon to celebrate the 100th birthday of Roland Ivan Rodaway. What a gracious and loving man; a great example to us all.
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
10-16 Lori Vodicka
10-17 Trevor & Sheena Snyder, Roman Conradi
10-18 Tom & Irene Rodaway
10-19 Barry Brandt
10-21 Karen Hassler, John Schwartman
10-22 Allison Moore
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 10-17-1919, The Otoe Union:
"Frank Yeigh has begun the erection of the new bank building." (Farmer's State Bank, which was torn down a few years ago.) Dr. Fletcher Jack Farwell, formerly of Unadilla, died at Friend, NE, and was buried in their cemetery. Rev. Rowland W. Cloud relocated to Rock Springs, Wyoming. Sam Stoner became the owner of the James Doyle dray business. It was rumored that James would move to Paul, NE.
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OCTOBER HEALTH TIPS
What Do I Need To Know About Recovery Therapies?
Those who receive rehabilitation and therapy services are typically individuals recovering from an injury, a surgery or are coping with a chronic condition such as Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis or Alzheimer’s disease.
When it comes to where therapy can be provided, several options exist. Individuals can arrange outpatient therapy by appointment in a gym, or for those who may not have access to transportation, therapists can provide sessions in the comfort of their home. Short-stay rehabilitation is also a great option for people who have recently had a hospital stay and need expert assistance from skilled nurses before successfully returning home. This quick stay provides convenient living accommodations with customized therapy sessions.
There are a few major therapy types available; all work together with the goal of getting a person back to their prior level of functioning:
- ·Physical therapy—physical therapists, physical therapy aides and home health aides work to improve the individuals’ overall body function, focusing on balance, walking and moving about and muscle strength
- ·Occupational therapy—occupational therapists help individuals improve self-care skills such as dressing, preparing food and even managing a checkbook
- ·Speech therapy—speech/language pathologists work with individuals to improve communication, memory, cognition and swallowing
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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!
Sunday, Oct 13 ~ 1:pm ~ CCMT Anniversary Jam (FREE) Bring your favorite instruments or singing voice!
Sunday, Oct 27 ~ 2 pm ~ Jamie Williams & Friends
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 WON 42-38
9-28 Nebraska vs Ohio State LOST 48-7
10-5 Nebraska vs Northwestern WON 13-10
10-12 Minnesota vs Nebraska LOST 34-7
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