The U.S. Shoe Factory reunion will be this Saturday April 14th at the Jack Sullivan Senior Center from 2-4 p.m. Come and bring your family and fiends and meet old friends, enjoy the entertainment, food and prize drawings. Everyone is invited.
The preschool spaghetti supper was really good and well attended on Saturday evening at Aberdeen. Roy and Bonnie Duckworth, Glenda Sullivan, Patty Chase and many more friends enjoyed it especially the wonderful home made pie. Butterscotch is my favorite.
Last Friday during the school Spring break Patty Chase, Glenda Sullivan, Judy Lozier, Mike Johnson, Charles and Alberta Pickett, Casey Rininger and grand daughter Lilly and Lacey, Frank Rininger and his father in law and Nadine Swift all met for breakfast and enjoyed the visit. Bonnie Duckworth planned to join us but she had to take her dad Verle truitt to the hospital. He is still there and doing a lot better. Keep him in your prayers.
Alberta Pickett has been in the hospital at Lawrenceburg the past 2 weeks. She may be home by now. They are running tests for a stomach problem. Keep her in your prayers.
Wilbur Dale Poling had surgery last week and still needs medical attention. Keep him in your prayers.
The Florence church bunch had Sunday lunch at Hometown Pizza in Warsaw to celebrate Teresa Turner’s birthday. Happy birthday Teresa and also a happy birthday to LeAnn Lozier.
The Center Square Baptist Church group went to Swiss Villa Sunday for a singing service. A nice bunch attended.
Roy and Bonnie Duckworth went to Milton, Kentucky to Mt. Byrd Church of Christ where one of the grandchildren was in a program.
Bobby Brown is in visiting his mom, Margaret Weidmann; and Randy, Lorraine and Ryan Brown and other family and friends. Margaret Lee’s other company was Kay O’Neal, A.J. Taylor, Garren Lisa, Shawn, and Paul Messmore.
Sympathy to the Louise Otter family.