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Oberon Oracles: August 10, 2020

 

August 10, 2020



Randy and Charlotte Simon attended Easton and Jaxon’s final baseball game in Fessenden on Tuesday evening.

Wednesday, the team had family night and the team played against their family members. Randy was one of the parent players.

Charlotte was in Grand Forks staying at the home of Carson, Heidi, Max and Elin Thompson on Wednesday and Thursday. While there, Charlotte went to Max’s golf and tennis class and his baseball game. She also went to Elin’s cheering and tumbling class.

Friday evening, Randy and Charlotte had supper at the Old Highway 281 cafe in Minnewaukan.

Saturday, the Simon’s enjoyed a BBQ at Lori and Rod Maddock’s home.

Howard and Helen Schmid attended services at Grandfield Lutheran Church, rural Sheyenne. Following services, the Schmid’s hiked the entire hiking trail at White Horse (Sully’s) Hill.

Doris Griffin’s barnyard has been active this week. A batch of 14 guineas hatched out and Doris has taken them into her porch since the mamma guinea doesn’t take very good care of her babies. She takes them for a walk and if any of them get lost, she just keeps going.

The fox was back looking for a free chicken dinner, but the guineas ganged up on him and had him fenced in. He managed to sneak away, but went to the other side of the barn and was hiding there. He probably thought he ‘d hang around and when the guineas thought he was gone, he would grab some lunch. When the guineas have something cornered, they don’t back down.

Doris went carving with the Lake Region carvers at the park in New Rockford on Saturday.

Saturday was the first Farmer’s Market in Sheyenne and when Doris stopped, she found there were lots of interesting and good things to eat.

Lester Roberts went to Maddock to attend the customer appreciation sponsored by CenDak on Tuesday.

Wednesday, Lester and his brother, Roger visited their cousin, Arnold Johnson and his wife Naomi at rural Sheyenne.

Lester drove to Oberon on Friday and visited Craig and Kinley Poulsen at their shop.

Sunday, Lester took a drive around the countryside.

Debbie and Joel Hjelseth and Kasper of Chattanooga, Tennessee finished their visit at the Buehler farm on Wednesday.

Breana Pacheco, Mavis and Waylon spent the week at the Buehler farm.

Elisa and Joe Wentz and Maynard, Beau, Bria and Brittin Buehler and Benji, Breana and Michael Pacheco Waylon and Mavis, Hunter Buehler and Maverick and Grace Ihry all celebrated family birthdays over the weekend at the Buehler farm. Beau, Nadley and Hunter all have summer birthdays. Beau had his golden birthday, 30 on the 30th.

Elisa, Joe, Breana, Michael, Hunter and Grace attended the Pilots for Christ service on Sunday in Maddock.

Calvary Lutheran in Oberon will have services Sunday, August 9 at 9 a.m.

Johnny Grann played in the district Independent Baseball Tournament Monday through Wednesday. The tournament was held in New Rockford. It was three fun days of watching baseball. The Black Sox fell one game short of the district title.

Bobbi Grann was home over the weekend and returned to Flandreau, S.D., on Sunday.

Ben and Brittany Grann attended a wedding for a friend, Wyatt Eckroth, on Saturday in Bismarck.

Linda Madson accompanied Melodie, Kennedee and McKenzee Madson to the Lake Region Skating Club Ice Show at the Burdick Arena Thursday evening. Kennedee and McKenzee were participants. The show had been put on hold back in March because of the pandemic. It was not the normal show with all the decorations etc., but was very enjoyable. It was held for family and their friends due to the situation.

Dave and Linda spent Saturday and Sunday at their camper at Six Mile Bay. The weather was perfect.

Thought to Remember: Friends are those rare people who ask how you are— and then wait to hear the answer.

 
 

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