Archive for Thursday, March 23, 2006

Pinecrest News

March 23, 2006

Twenty-three residents and friends enjoyed the March potluck dinner Saturday.
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Julia Polfer and Ellen Moll, Olathe, Janice Kelley, Overland Park, and Emma Jean Taylor took Tillie Bichelmeyer to a restaurant in Lawrence for lunch on Tuesday to celebrate her 86th birthday.
In the afternoon, they played pinochle at the home of Emma Jean Taylor.
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Jim Bichelmeyer, Joe and Marty Bichelmeyer, and Jill and T.J. Norman, all of Shawnee; Jane Wetzel and children Lois and David, Westwood; and Jolee and Sharon Peterson and children Jofie and James, Wichita, took Tillie Bichelmeyer to dinner at a Lawrence restaurant.
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Charlie and Pat Shawbaker took Tillie Bichelmeyer to the Annunciation Catholic Church in Baldwin City where they enjoyed the Irish stew supper for St. Patrick's Day.
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Richard and Mary Lou Dikeman, De Soto, and Brian Winslow and Tillie Bichelmeyer had dinner Saturday evening at a steakhouse in Tonganoxie.
Tillie said she had a weeklong birthday celebration with many beautiful cards and gifts.
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Bob and Pat Burns, Siloam Springs, Ark., visited his mother, Elise Mathia, on Tuesday and Friday.
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Clarice Morriss and Kenneth and Alta Vorhies drove to Lawrence Thursday afternoon and played cards with Mary Paulsom.
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Gertrude Coon spent Sunday afternoon visiting her son and daughter-in-law Steve and Sue Coon in Baldwin City.
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My daughter Sharon Musick and I spent Tuesday in Lawrence. We had lunch together.
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I was a dinner guest Saturday evening of my daughter and son-in-law Sharon and LaVerne Musick in Linwood, the occasion being the first birthday of my great-great-grandson Duncan.
Others enjoying the dinner were his mother, Autumn Musick, and sisters, Aftyn and Trinity, his grandparents Robert and Anita Musick, Tonganoxie, Donald Musick, Linwood, Kenneth Kerchner II, Kansas City, Kan.; and Tiffany Musick and Sarah Welsh, Eudora.
Duncan was born on St. Patrick's Day so his cake was decorated in green.
It's quite a sight to see a 1-year-old eat a piece of his first birthday cake and have green frosting all over him.

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