Batchtown News – October 13, 2021
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Old Settlers Day was celebrated in Kampsville. There was a nice crowd, many venues and yard sales.
Batchtown, Meppen, and Brussels had yard sales Friday and Saturday.
The Batchtown Woman’s Club had a yard sale at the Village Hall to support their projects for the year. One of these projects is providing Halloween treats and bottled water to the trick or treaters on Halloween.
The Batchtown Community is saddened by the death of Bernadine (Kirbach) Snyders age 88. She is the mother of Russell, Kevin, Rick, and Kenny Snyders, and Jeanne Friedel. Bernie was a wonderful wife and mother. She was a member of St. Barbara’s Alter Society and an excellent pianist.
We are saddened at the death of Letha (Casselton) Simon. Her children, Dennis, Bill, and Bob Simon and Joyce Fort Schneider are in our prayers. Letha was a good homemaker and wife, and worked at the St. Norbert’s Office for many years. She will be missed but not forgotten.
Helen Sievers was a vendor with her jewelry, Tepen Hollow Designs, at Old Settlers Day over the weekend.
Nick Siemer and family Tim Siemer, and Larry and Stacie Broist attended Old Settlers over the weekend.
Mike and Barb Sperlo took a trip to Niagara Falls and the surrounding area. They enjoyed the sites.
Saturday, Vern Klockenkemper visited Ted and Elda Hain at their home, and attended Old Settlers Day.
Birthday greetings to Patricia Johnes who celebrated her birthday Oct. 10.