I’m famous for making mistakes lately. Now I made a boo boo on Laurel Toyne’s name! I had her as Laurel Feist! So sorry about that! Anyway, here goes another try.
On Tuesday afternoon Wanda Nielsen, Grace Paul, Irene Hager, Leora Johnson, Vivian Kinney and I were afternoon coffee guests at Doris Sveum’s apartment. On Wednesday evening I called my son, Eric & Joan of Upland, Calif., to wish them a happy 25th anniversary. Donna Lennon came for me and we attended the special tour of the library, and then we visited Doris Tank at her home. Later I accompanied Howard Thompson to “Music in the Park”. Joline Black and a large group entertained a good crowd. On Thursday I enjoyed a phone visit with Margie Beck. On Friday morning my brother, Harold & Phyllis Pantsari, stopped in to visit me en route to home from being at Harvey, and Vern Erickson visited us for a bit. In the afternoon I visited at Vern’s apartment with Eileen Erickson and their niece, Kathleen Miller of Adrian. On Saturday after my noon meal here, I drove to the Dale & Martha Hawk Museum for their 24th annual Antique Farm Show. My daughter, Orlayne Held and all their family of Grand Forks were in attendance, so I enjoyed the time with them. That evening I enjoyed the wonderful musical “I’ll Fly Away” in the Mylo Hall. That evening I was an overnight guest at the home of my sister, Ellen Mae & Larry Slaubaugh. On Sunday morning after breakfast with Ellen Mae & Larry, I attended church service in the Marker Lutheran Church on the museum grounds. Later in the afternoon I went to the Duane & Mary Hawk farm home to help celebrate Duane’s birthday with many friends and family as well as Helen Hawk. A delicious meal was enjoyed, as well as special cake. En route to home I visited Margie Beck briefly and she gave me some delicious buns. On Monday evening I went to the Haaland Home for music by an excellent group. Then I played some cards in the dining room.
Lily & Ray Gingerich of Mylo, Robert Graber of Rugby, Ernie & Marjo Slaubaugh, Ernie & Joy Gingerich, Frank & Treva Graber and Dwayne & Diane Graber enjoyed breakfast together in Rugby on Tuesday morning.
Kathleen Miller, of Adrian, visited her aunt, Eileen Erickson and was her Friday noon guest in the Manor dining room along with her uncle, Vernon Erickson, also of the Manor
Ansell & Janice Johnson went to Fargo on Thursday and returned home on Sunday. They were guests of their son, Bruce, Arin and family while there. While in Fargo, Ansell & Janice visited Tudy Baerwald at her apartment.
Paul & Bertha Yoder of Cambridge, Minn., and their granddaughter, Katie Yoder of Mora, Minn., visited at the Dwayne & Diane Graber home on Thursday evening.
On Sunday Eileen Erickson accompanied Vernon Erickson to Minot to the home of Vern’s son, Garland & Sue, and were dinner guests in honor of Father’s Day.
Lakeview WMSC met at the church on Wednesday with a potluck noon meal. Lila Kanagy led the Bible study. Also attending were Barb Slaubaugh, Marjo Slaubaugh, Diane Graber, Treva Graber, Ellen Mae Slaubaugh, Bessie Yoder, and Carol and Dewey Yoder of Missouri.
On Sunday Margie Beck attended mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church and then visited at the Ed & Cele Goergen home in Cando. On Sunday afternoon Margie attended the birthday celebration for Duane Hawk. Margie also spent time at the D&M Hawk Museum Farm Show on Saturday and Sunday.
Niece, Twylla Stewart of Rochester, Wash., was an overnight guest of Eileen Erickson before boarding Amtrak to return home early on Friday morning.
Joe & Ruth Graber of Spooner, Wisc., Glen & Ruth Graber of Spooner, Wisc., Ed & Loretta Slaubaugh of Indiana, Wesley & Esther Slaubuagh of Hayes, Kans., Sandon Slaubaugh and Seth Slaubaugh, both of Hayes, Frank & Treva Graber and Dwayne & Diane Graber enjoyed supper on Sunday evening at the Chocolate Shop in Bisbee.
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