Nissen birthday girl of the week

Posted February 21, 2013 at 12:38 pm

Did you know…that a jumbo jet uses 4,000 gallons of fuel to take off?

Saturday afternoon, Feb. 16, an 85th birthday celebration for Eva Nissen was held in the Manor community room. It was hosted by family members, Vicki Hawn, Wisconsin; Lori Nissen, Minnesota; and Jessica Campbell, Minnesota. They served ice cream, cake, punch and coffee. Many from the Manor and the community attended. Eva received several bouquets of flowers, birthday balloons and many cards. Happy Birthday was sung to Eva, led by Harold Koch.

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Kristi Yamaguchi of the U.S. won an Olympic gold medal in women’s figure skating February 22, 1992. Kristi is one of my favorite skaters. She has so much beauty and grace in her skating.

Don and Jeanice Stevens treated Dorothy Stevens to a belated birthday dinner Sunday noon. They ate at a restaurant in Wolsey.

The first cabs with tax meters began operating in London on February 22, 1907.

Virginia Burgher attended the community film with Gaylon and Laela Van Zee Sunday afternoon, held at the MHS theatre. The film was entitled “October Baby.” When Hannah collapsed during a college play, she was rushed to the hospital, where medical tests revealed the underlying cause—trauma suffered at birth. Soon afterward, she discovered another shocking fact: she was adopted after a failed abortion attempt. Bewildered and angry, Hannah went in search of her birth mother. It was a very emotional film, and a powerful story of love and forgiveness. The film was based on actual facts.

This week’s humor is from the February/March 2013 issue of “Country” magazine. It is entitled “The Naked Truth,” and was submitted by Reinhart Besel, St. James, Minn.

Johnny wanted to play on Sunday afternoon, but he knew his father, the pastor, had a long sermon planned. So the boy sneaked up to the pulpit and stole the last two pages of the sermon.

While the pastor was delivering the sermon, he got to the last page, reading, “And Adam said to Eve…” and then stopped. He turned the page around and searched the pulpit, realizing the rest of the sermon was gone.

He repeated the last line, thinking he could remember the rest, but he was at a loss. He tried again, “And Adam said to Eve…” Still nothing.
Finally, after giving it one more try, the pastor gave up and came clean. “And Adam said to Eve—oh, I don’t know how to go on. There must be a leaf missing somewhere.”

“One thing I do know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve.” ~ Albert Schweitzer

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