Esmond News

Ice cream brought in big crowds


Mark and Kara Aughenbaugh and family spent last Sunday camping at Lake Cochrane with Kara’s family.

Troy Steiner and Kinzie Beutler from Kennesaw, Neb., visited the Clendenings and the Wehlanders last Saturday while on a business trip.

Perianne Clendening, Mike Miller, Karisa Heimstra and grandchildren from Woonsocket were guests of the Clendenings Saturday evening.

Charmon and Annette Dunham visited Teresa (Larson) and Loren Matsen in Mitchell Sunday. The Dunhams recently presented individual flags to the first graders and a program on flag etiquette to the fifth graders at the Iroquois School on behalf of the Iroquois American Legion. Charmon Dunham has entered 14 items including crocheting, sewing and tatting at the state fair.

History note: In 1914, the Esmond Ladies Aid was serving ice cream every two weeks on Saturday afternoons as a money-raising event. They were getting large crowds.

Remember this date – Esmond and the Esmond United Methodist Church will be featured as part of Keloland On the Road with Mike Heuther at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 29.


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