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Talk of the Town - Dec. 3, 2018

 

December 3, 2018



David and Karen Anderson were hosts to Thanksgiving dinner at their home. Family enjoying time together were Margie Anderson, Mitch and Amber Sylling and Weston, and Kent and Shelly Rigsby.

Candy Jensen received Thanksgiving calls from sons, Derik and Val of Minneapolis and Jerrod and Angie of Mapleton, Thelma Myhre and Sebastian and Susie Pahl. Later Candy was among other family to enjoy supper at the Terry and Sandy Koepplin home.

Todd and Karen Koepplin were among family to enjoy Thanksgiving at the Frederick and Dianne Allmaras home.

Leo and Janet Laube received early Thanksgiving phone calls from Janet's sister Janice and Don Guilbault from sunny, hot Arizona and from Leo's sister Lois Ockert of Fargo.

Thanksgiving supper found Martin and Janelle Koepplin among family and friends guests at their son Aaron and Danielle's in Carrington. Dinner had found them treating Marty's sister, Charlotte, to the Thanksgiving buffet dinner at Spirit Lake Casino.

Martin and Eloise Lucht were Thanksgiving guests of Jay and Heidi Schneider, Caleb and Callie in Devils Lake. Joining all were Scott and Kim Lucht and Brady of Minnesota. Scott and Kim also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bush and Ken and LouAnn Thompson while in the area.

Ken and Marvis Holte enjoyed a Thanksgiving visit from daughter Fayette and friend Frank. The Holte's had been in Jamestown Tuesday doing some shopping where they met and took Fayette out for coffee and a treat, and got to visit granddaughter April over the phone.

Martin and Janelle Koepplin stopped briefly at James River Ag Saturday where Todd and Karen Koepplin and Taylor and Amanda Koepplin were processing deer and pork into tasty sausage.

Thanksgiving guests at the Shirley Packard home were Kevin and Kim Johnson, Gary Lindquist, Todd Harrison and Calvin Packard. All enjoyed eating, visiting and taking left-overs home.

Saturday Ken and Marvis Holte were among those who took 80th birthday greetings to Marilyn Gedrose at the First Lutheran Church. Sunday visitors at the Holte home were daughter Amanda Bickett and Izzy.

Tuesday Calvin Packard drove Judy McKnight to Minot where she took care of some business.

 
 

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