Thank you again, Rita! It’s always so enjoyable to read the goings on in Edinburg (home). Sure miss it, especially this time of year. BTW, I am in my nighttime attire - stretchy everything! Must be the age! 😊. Blessings to all!
My mom looks so forward to your article each month..I just finished reading it to her and she got a wonderful chuckle out of your bandaid story.. thank you
Thank you for posting a photo of my old home church. Park Center is where I grew up, baptized, confirmed, Sunday school and an usher. A lot of people attended that old church back in those days..I look forward to your update's every month
Dave Folson, Albuquerque NM
I noticed an item in the recent Crows Nest referencing Nick Ordahl's newsletters to those in service.
Several years ago, Billie Mecham gave me some copies of that and I left them with Bernice at the General Store. She suggested that I put them in the space above the reception area - where Bill Melstad used to set up his projector on 'movie' nite - - -
Ah, the good old days of yore!!
Best to all,
Just a small note on an item in the June Crow's Nest. The given name of my uncle Hoot Johnson, who was married to my aunt Ivah Shuley Johnson, was Gardar, rather than Garner. I spent many hours at their house in Edinburg and am glad it continues to be so well cared for.
I spent many wonderful summers in Edinburg. My grandparents were Joe & Lucille Lykken. My grandmother taught at the school for many years. The best summer job I ever had was the summer I hoed beets for the Hall's. Greg Hall was my boss. Classic small town life in the heartland!
|Carol Anderson Graalum|| Email|
Every winter I thank my husband for moving us south to Texas! Have not read this site for a long time, but find it interesting when I do. How did we all get this old so fast??
My folks were born and raised in the Bismarck/Mandan area of N.D. They moved to Seattle in 1959. I was born in 1960. An old friend from high school Greg Loftus lives in your small town. Very interesting reading about it's history.
|Dr. Kyle Holstein Oleynik|| Email|
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Sept 18, 2018
Hi to everyone back home. Thinks are going good here. Hi to the table of knowledge have not found one here guess nobodies smart enough.