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Pretty nice weather for the end of November. The geese were flying over towards the south on Monday, so I guess this, too, will pass. Word on the street is this will be a harsh winter. Maybe I could lasso one of those birds and camp down south for a while?

Thanksgiving is upon us, a week from today as a matter of fact. Make sure you remember all the blessings in your life. You might not want to say all of them before eating Thursday, due to the food getting cold. But remember, even if you can only be thankful for the sun coming up each day. Blessings are there, but like coal hiding fine gems, they are difficult to see through the black ick of our world.

The Smith family is having a "Thankful Party" again this year. Tuesday evening beginning at 5:30 p.m. stop by their humble home. Bring a dish and some laughs to share. Or just come by and dine on a few tasty treats from Charlene's kitchen and share a few of their blessings. All friends are welcome. The more the merrier and the little Smith's, even the big one from college likes seeing everyone this time of year to catch up on the old and the new blessings in life. So, come by and share our gratitude for a bit.

The Boyce-Marlatt chapter of Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday with Mary Kay Romsa, Elaine Perrault, Kathy Olsen, Sheri Sorensen and Bertha Sandberg. New members are welcome: daughters grandmothers of veterans. Contact any member for information. We presently have 32 members including 23 from a distance.

There were two funerals for members of the Albin community this week. Brad Jacobsen's funeral was on Friday at the Albin Community Center and John Eklund's funeral was Saturday at Schrader Funeral Home in Cheyenne. Both funerals were very well attended by friends and family.


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