Hancock News week of July 29
Larry Ascheman and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tvedt were Friday night guests at Elaine Jacobson's home.
June Pearson visited with Margaret Vanderplaats on Saturday and visited at Diane Dickinson's home on Monday.
Bruce and Jan Malo drove to Yankeetown on Big Stone Lake at Jill and Terry Waltich's summer home and helped celebrate the 80th birthday of Jan's brother-in-law, Floyd Thieman of Clinton.
On Sunday, Jan Malo attended the VFW 5th District meeting in Alexandria.
Sunday noon lunch guests at the Stan and Katie Erdman home were Dorothy Erdman, Tammy, Jaedyn and Josie Marquart.
Sunday night several people attended the community pot luck and worship service at the Christian Reformed Church, outside. The weather was nice and the food was good and the service was very meaningful. The event was sponsored by the Hancock Ministerium. Those conducting the service and music were Pastor Harrison Newhouse and wife, Deb, Pastor Becky Worner from West Zion and Pastor Karen Schmidt-Dill from the Congregational Church.
Betty Gillespie along with her granddaughters Cassidy and Madison Hennen and Amanda Gillespie spent a few days at Nisswa. On Sunday Betty attended the Waterama pageant in Glenwood where her granddaughter, Traci Braaten was a candidate for Miss Waterama.
James and Loraye Backer went to Alexandria to visit with friends from Henry's Foods on Saturday.
Rob and Marilyn Nohl were dinner and evening guests of Neil and Allene Handorff of Osakis Saturday evening
Rob and Marilyn Nohl visited Vernard and Barb Brown, Morris, Tuesday evening.