Hodges News

A.l. Anderson
Thursday, October 21, 2021

Thursday morning (Oct. 7), I went to town and Arlene Forberg and I went to The Attic. We shopped for some clothes and then had coffee with the volunteers we work with. The Attic people was busy as usual, sorting clothes, pricing, hanging out clothes and other things. We had a good time visiting with everyone.

Recently, Arlene Forberg celebrated her 21st birthday again. Her grand daughter Nicole Crisafulli from Kalispell was in Glendive. Also, Lisa from Las Vegas, Nyla and Bill from Circle. They all had a great weekend.

Our condolence goes to the family of Jim Baker, who passed away September 25, 2021 in Billings. Jim graduated from Dawson County High School in 1959. Jim worked for Williston Basin Interstate until he retired. He is survived by his wife Wanda, children Trevon and Renee and three grandchildren.

Friday morning breakfast at CC’s cafe their was Nancy, Susan, Arlene B., Carol, Tana, Eula and I. We are glad to hear Mary B. is feeling much better and will be at work soon. Some of us are waiting to get our third virus shot.

Friday afternoon, Barry, Georgette and I visited with Bernie Anderson. She was in town from Billings visiting her daughter, Holly and family. Bernie and Jim will be leaving for their home in Surprise, Arizona soon.

Now we are getting rain and more rain. Georgette and boys were over Sunday to take care of my rain tanks. They had to drain the tanks before they could move them. Now the hoses are put away for next year and all that is done for another year.