Monday, November 08, 2010

Haigler Happenings - November 08, 2010

Saturday October 30, Jim and Jerrie Wheaton went to Cope to attend the funeral of Jerrie's great Aunt Avis Galbreath.  The day was spent with family and friends. The following Monday Jerrie was also back in Cope to help move furniture and visit with her Uncle Tom who was there from Florida. They went to Minden this weekend to help Adam and Stephanie with some house projects and returned home on Sunday.
Alfred and Jennie Zuege were down to see Sophia Zuege over the week end.  Sophia and Jennie went out to visit Helen Brown and spent an afternoon with her.
Dwight Wall visited Laura Pearl Wall on Saturday morning.  After eating lunch in Benkelman, they drove to the home of his daughter Lyndsay and husband Cody Lashley near McCook for the afternoon.  After touring the lovely home and yard they enjoyed eating snacks and watching the Nebraska - Iowa State football game.
MerryLu and Bob Simmons helped Laura Pearl Wall with an electric light project on Thursday morning of last week.
Mel and Norma Fisher and Floy Fisher drove to Sterling, CO on Saturday to attend a district meeting, featuring a special speaker, Dr. Joseph Kidder.  Dr. Kidder was born and raised in Nineveh, Iraq.  He converted to Christianity and was beaten and left for dead by his family.  He regained consciousness and went to a friend's house and later was miraculously allowed to come to the United States to attend college and has advanced to being a Seminary Professor. There was a large group in attendance coming from Brighton, Fort Morgan, Akron, Yuma, and other surrounding areas. 

Haigler is a village in Nebraska, U.S.A.  
Many who are born there have grown up there and will stay.  
In the southwest Corner, Colorado on the west, 
Kansas on the Southside, the sun shines at it’s best. 

It’s quiet and peaceful.  There’s no traffic congestion.  
Yet you’ll find within it, a good business collection – 
A co-op handles fuel, grain, hardware and more.  
There,s a popular café and a corner grocery store.

For the guys, a pool hall to pass some time away, 
two churches, and a school where children learn and play. 
Then there’s the Golden Inn where Seniors meet and eat.  
Tuesday is the day.  Just call and save a seat.  

A Post Office is there, in the middle of the block. 
 Folks go pick up their mail, meet a friend and talk.  
And last but not least, there is a fine Museum.  
It is privately maintained, all privately collected.  
Each item it contains was carefully selected. 

Drive through town and have a look.  You may be impressed and anywhere you go, you’re welcomed as a guest.

Please share your news by calling 308-297-3605, e-mail, mail Floy Fisher, P.O. Box 44, Haigler, NE 69030 or drop in news mailbox at 338 Washington Ave.

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