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May 15, Max and Nina drove to Fargo and were overnight guests of Neal and Erica Anderson. Friday, Max reported to the VA hospital for some surgery and Neal drove them home that evening.

May 15, Max and Nina drove to Fargo and were overnight guests of Neal and Erica Anderson. Friday, Max reported to the VA hospital for some surgery and Neal drove them home that evening.

Monday, Max and Nina visited Mae Androncek near Wirt, then had dinner with Lorraine Bowers in Dora Lake.

Sunday, they picked up Ollie Wallin and drove out to visit Bob and Billie Falk. Ollie enjoyed the ride in the country and they had a good visit with the Falks over coffee and goodies.

Wednesday, residents and visitors joined in the potluck for birthdays for Karen Long and Al Kalvig as well as welcoming Delmar and Marilyn Anderson as new residents. Special guests were Karen and Sam's family as well as Jerry and Laverne Mondt and Dan Dietrich, who played accordion, guitar and harmonicas and led in a gospel sing.

Thursday, Max, Nina and Lorraine visited Ollie Wallin at the Good Samaritan Center -- Blackduck.

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Friday, Lorraine accompanied Lori Dietrich to Pine Ridge Cemetery in Cormant and to Faiview Cemetery in Kelliher to decorate graves. Earlier, Demitri Frank of Bemidji had supper with his great-grandmother Peck.

Saturday, Levi Dietrich took Lorraine out to Pine Tree Park to attend the Carlson twins graduation at the pavilion. Later, Laverne Mondt brought Lorraine home. Sunday, she went to Bemdji to attend worship services and do some shopping.

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