Florence News 11-16-17


The Red Hat ladies had a nice pitch-in lunch at Switzer Square on Wednesday. Cheryl McMillian was the hostess. Martha McKee and Carolyn Hysell were guests at the Red Hat dinner. Kay Cook stopped by for a visit with Patty Chase after the meeting.

The Florence Church of Christ had a really nice revival last week with Brother Logan Fugate.

We enjoyed the open house of the Switzerland County Emergency Response building. A lot of hard work was put into restoring it, and it is really nice. We give a big hand to all the workers and to all in charge.

Bonnie Robinson called to ask how I am, and said she spent a few days in the hospital with pneumonia. Get well to her.

Ed Trinkle called again to ask about me and all of his friends. He was wondering who we liked the election results.

On Saturday afternoon Richard and Janet Sullivan and Dana Einhaus of Westport visited with Marjorie Whitham at Swiss Villa. Later, they called on Squeaky and Jeanette Knaus; and all of them had a nice meal at Rising Sun.

Sympathy to the family of Pete Lowe. Pete is well known and loved in the area, and will be missed by Carolyn and the family and friends.

Sympathy also to the Joyce Noel family. She is Alberta Pickett’s sister who lived in the Lawrenceburg area and will be missed. Also to the Margaret Turner family from last week; and to the Jeff Minch family.

Garren and Dylan Messmore from East Central went to Evansville to lay in the regionals in football, which they won. They will now play in the Semistate at East Central on Saturday. Good luck to them. Almost all of the Messmore family was at Evansville to cheer them on.

Margaret Lee Weidmann’s company was Kay O’Neal; and Randy, Lorraine, and Ryan Brown.

Frank and Megan Rininger of Green Valley are the proud parents of a little boy named Colton Riley Rininger.