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Hogeland Happenings

 

December 4, 2019



Guests over the holiday weekend at the Dave Cornell home were Dalton, Alyssa,Danial, and Addison Cornell, and Cassie and Richard Handran and August and Evelyn. On Thanksgiving Day, Ray Bengstun, Dennis Cornell, Shandel Fouts and Taylor and Kayla Fouts and Ellie joined then for dinner.

On Friday the Cornells worked cattle and Don Cornell, Dale and Kim and Denton Cornell came and helped and enjoyed dinner with the rest of the family.

Carol and Duane Klindworth were in Havre to celebrate Carol’s mother, Betty Hay’s 90th birthday, along with Thanksgiving. They held their celebration at the 5th Avenue Christian Church. Many people, friends and relatives, were there to celebrate.

Carol and Duane Klindworth were to Havre again on Friday and had a family dinner at Murphys for Kelsey Mariani’s birthday.

Susan, Gene and Emily Billmayer held their Thanksgiving dinner at Eric Billmayers. Other guests included Marna and Jennifer Strzelczyk. Susan cooked the dinner there because her oven quit.

Anita Reed and Brooke and Hilary Richman and Natalie brought Thanksgiving dinner out to Jane and Harlan because of the roads. It was much appreciated.

Susan Billmayer attended the Craft meeting at the Harlem Library on Tuesday evening.

Susan Billmayer was to Havre on Wednesday and brought daughter Emily home for the holidays.

Darwin Zellmer was a visitor Monday afternoon at the Wally Beck home.

Wally and Loretta Beck attended the Jr. High basketball games at St.Judes in Havre on Tuesday evening. The kids played some good basketball.

Duane Klindworth visited with Loretta Beck Saturday morning.

The Hogeland Lutherans decorated for Christmas on Sunday after church, and then they had lunch together.

Thanksgiving guests at the Wally Beck home were Mike, Crystal, Cassidy, Holly, Cooper and Lucy Grabofsky.

Kevin Beck took Brandon Beck to Butte on Wednesday and was a Thanksgiving and weekend guest of Dale and Laura Sherwood. He also visited his grandkids, Blade, and Dallas on Friday.

There will be a Ladies and Girls Christmas Tea on Sunday December 8, at 2 p.m. at the Turner Lutheran Church. All are welcome to attend.

 
 

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