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Posted: Thursday, Oct 4th, 2012

Dinner guests on Sunday Sept 9th at the home of Jim and Kay Wolner were Robert Mertz, Kay's sisters Verna Thurston, Helen Munger and Ruth Morey all of Aberdeen. A tour of Turton followed dinner. On Thurs eve. Jim and Kay hosted dinner for Al and Rita Imm, Jim Becker and Richard Barrie. An excellent dinner was furnished and an evening of great conversation took place.

Richard Barrie visited at the home of Vic and Jeanne DesLauriers in Doland on Monday afternoon.

Congratulations to Eunice Thome who is having a birthday open house next Sun Sept 23rd at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Doland in honor of her 85th birthday.

FROG, Inc. held their annual meeting with a breakfast at the Community Center in Turton. A very good breakfast was prepared by Jim Becker and served prior to Mass at St. Joseph Church at 11:00 AM . Jim Becker gave a short report of the goings on of FROG, Inc. for the members and guests. This was followed by a photo of all area senior ciitizens and this year there were 14 in attendance. Some gifts were given out and won by Bob and Nina Troske, John Rahm and Lorene Fortin.

Eunice Thome joined Randy and Marilyn Mason, Doland going to Watertown this week to watch granddaughter Bridgette White perform with Aberdeen Central Volleyball and they won their match. They joined the Rollie White family afterwards for lunch. On Wed Eunice and Artys LaBrie attended the funeral of cousin Lyle Von Wald in Groton.

Leola Rahm's recent visitors at her Aberdeen apartment included Joann Pederson, Edina, MN and Greg and Cyd Rahm.

The fall harvest appears to be in full swing these days with corn and beans being combined all over the area. With the severe drought conditions in the area and the high temperatures have brought the crops to maturity sooner than usual. There should not be much crop left by the time the hunters arrive for pheasant season mid October.

Bill and Myrna Syverson drove to Redfield on Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week and attended the Burger Bash at the American Legion, the Homecoming Parade on Friday followed by a social gathering after at the Senior Center. In the evening they attended the Chili Cook Off in the Redfield Park and then the Homecoming football game. Bill met with several other classmates as they celebrated their 60th class reunion. On Saturday they met for a breakfast with classmates at Leo's Good Food and then all enjoyed a tour of the school.

On Sunday, September 16th Bill and Myrna Syverson and Norbe Barrie drove to Henry for supper and joined sister Jean and Harlan Sundvold from Clark.

On Saturday evening they were guests of their granddaughter Heather and Garrett Rahm for supper. Joining them was their granddaughter Heidi Sanderson from Lake Preston who was visiting for the weekend.

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