‘Old Man Weather’ gets top billing again

Posted June 10, 2014 at 4:24 pm

One guy who just seems to continue to get top billing on the conversation topic is ‘Old Man Weather’. Like it or not, for June he has managed to require covers to keep warm. When the rains and damp weather persist, it means sweaters and jackets.

Working the fields and lawns keeps everyone busy, when it is dry enough. Another seventy hundredths of moisture nourished the green growing things on Friday. Temps in the 40’s and even some reports lower, are not what feels comfortable in June but it is also what happens many years. Sunshine as this is being written with no wind makes it a better Monday to start the new week.


    Carole Beck wants your news!

    The weather this past week has been rainy, and the temperatures have been into the 90’s for a couple of days with it being into the 80’s for several other days. Today is cool with it only into the 60’s. We have had 1.26 inches of rain and some stormy weather in the last two weeks.


    Pat Herman’s and Doreen McGeorge celebrate milestone birthdays

    Last week’s news:

    Eva Nissen, returned home Saturday evening, having been away for a couple weeks visiting family. She took the shuttle to Eau Claire, Wisconsin to visit Drs. Vicki and Bill Hawn. She then traveled with them to Sandpoint, Idaho to visit their son, Dr. Mark Hawn, and his wife, Sarah and their new son, William Alvin Hawn. William is Eva’s third great-grandchild.

    Upon her return to Minneapolis by airplane, Eva was driven to Miller by her grandson, John

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    Ron Blachford entertains at Mother’s Day Tea

    Last week:

    We held our annual Mother’s Day Tea Sunday, May 11. Friendship Tea was served along with Old Fashioned Crumb Cake made by our dietary staff. Ron Blachford provided piano entertainment.

    Pastor Daryn Pederson, New Beginnings Worship Center held our Sunday worship service on Mother’s Day. He led all aspects of the service. His message, “Love Your Enemies” was taken from Matthew 5:43-48.

    Pastor Max Miller, Miller Trinity Lutheran Church, served protestant

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    Legion Auxiliary to sponsor Ronald McDonald project

    Linda Ness attended the High School Graduation Reception for Bryton Cummings at Pukwana on Sunday.

    Gene and Carol Grabin attended Eastern Star Monday evening at Wessington Springs.

    David and Judy Gaulke visited in the Robin Knigge home in White Lake Tuesday evening.  Marge Knigge and Butch Wait joined them for some card playing.

    Ellen Speck visited Laura May Johnson one day last week at her home in Chamberlain.

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