Pleasant Prairie News: Oct. 21, 2019

 

October 21, 2019



Monday evening found Diane Rosenberg, Nancy Ludwig, Charlotte Koepplin and Ervin Longnecker among those who gathered at Buck-It's Bar for an informal meeting of Circle Trail Riders, Inc. Several later stopped in at Hanson's Bar and enjoyed an annual Duck

Hunters grilled duck pieces wrapped in bacon. A fun happening that has been going on at Hanson's for over 20 years during duck hunting season in this area.

Saturday Jimmy Indergaard enjoyed a phone chat with his sister Sharon Laxdal from Edinberg.

Cory Jorgensen pulled into the Ervin Longnecker’s farm Saturday on a snowmobile. He was there to check the snow situation out and commencing to get Ervin’s loader tractor busy pushing snow. Only then would it be possible to get around the yard and to the road.

Tuesday Margie Anderson was among those who took in the Soup and Sandwich dinner at the Senior Center in Sheyenne.

Jimmy Indergaard has been recent visitor and dinner or supper guest at the Andy and Ruth Braaten and Mervin Indergaard homes.

Charlotte Koepplin enjoyed phone chat with her Aunt Ramona Koepplin from Minneapolis Friday afternoon. A little family catch up and run down on the recent snowy weather here and there.

Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ervin Longnecker home were Dale and Diane Rosenberg.

Daughter Patti Larson brought supper to share Sunday at the Margi Anderson home. David and Karen Anderson stopped in with fresh apple crisp to share and Stuart and Vicky Richter also stopped in at Margie's for a visit.

Sunday Charlotte Koepplin got a phone ca11 from Jerry and Carol Clancy. Another weather check on how much snow here in New Rockford. The Clancy's got about six inches in Thompson where they live. Sunday afternoon Todd Koepplin got Charlotte dug out of the snow. Martin Koepplin and Karen Koepplin stopped in briefly.


 
 

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