Two new residents join Manor family-Miller Manor

Posted July 24, 2013 at 12:00 am

Two new residents join Manor family

Dr. Alan Nissen, Lincoln, Neb., and Dr. Rick Nissen, Maple Grove, Minn., visited their mother, Eva Nissen, at the Manor on Monday and Tuesday, July 8-9.

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They also toured the new school building and the hospital construction and improvement, and they were very impressed with the new facilities in their hometown.

Did you know…that in 10 minutes a hurricane releases more energy than all the world’s nuclear weapons combined?

Rick and Nancy Nissen, Maple Grove, Minn., were at the Manor Friday morning, July 12, to pick up their mother, Eva Nissen, to travel to Rapid City for the weekend.

While in Rapid City, Rick and Nancy attended a funeral for Louise Frankenfeld, the mother of a college friend of theirs at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion.

Eva spent the time with her sister and brother-in-law, Arlene and Robert Templeton. Eva was pleased and very thankful that Arlene had completed treatment for cancer, and was declared cancer free.

Jellyfish are more than 95% water. They have no heart, bones or real eyes.

Saturday, July 13, the Rev. Gary Anderson, Florence, was a lunch guest of Virginia Burgher at her Manor apartment. He was in Miller to officiate that day at the wedding of Lea Gnat and Brandon Telkamp, which was held at Trinity Lutheran Church.

The monthly potluck dinner was held Saturday noon, July 13. Eighteen Manor residents participated in the potluck where, as usual, there was an abundance of food.

After the potluck, 14 residents stayed to play Bingo. Viola Bueber called Bingo and Edith Croll was the winner of the blackout game.

The pressure at the center of the Earth is 27,000 pounds per square inch.

Wednesday morning, Elaine Roeber took Virginia Burgher to Huron for a doctor’s appointment. While in Huron, they drove by and saw the new water park—Splash Central. On the way home, they stopped in Wolsey and had lunch.

Janet Fritzsche, a deacon from the Presbyterian Church, visited several Manor Presbyterian members Wednesday afternoon.

We all know that laughter is healthy and good for us. In fact, I have heard more than once that it takes less muscles to smile than it does to frown. Did you also know that the average person laughs 15 times a day?

The coffee group is appreciative for some delicious goodies this past week. Jane Gilk brought some homemade macadamia cookies. Janice Wilbur furnished homemade zucchini pineapple bread. Finally, Rhoda Rombough shared Snicker’s ice cream bars.

We welcome two new residents to our Manor family. They are Eileen Russell and Douglas Bunn. Mr. Bunn moved here from southern California, where he was a commercial artist.

Birthday greetings to Wilfred Faust, whose special day is July 30. He is wished a year with much love, peace, joy and good health.

“He who sows courtesy, reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness, gathers love.” ~ Needles and Friends

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