Archive for Thursday, September 7, 2006

Pinecrest news

September 7, 2006

The September birthday party and potluck dinner will be at noon Sept. 16 in Pinecrest II clubroom.

The birthday ladies celebrating will be Nora Dyche and Alvena Tuggle.


  • Clarice Morriss was taken to the Kansas University Medical Center Sunday afternoon and put in isolation.

  • Tillie Bichelmeyer returned from Lawrence Memorial Hospital Thursday after having back surgery. Visitors over the weekend were Cindy and Dean Hinkle, Bonner Springs, Arlene and Jack Udelhofen and Ralph Mersman, Ottawa, and Marty Bichelmeyer, De Soto. Don and Mary Grosdidier and Catherine brought her communion Sunday morning.

  • Bertie Morriss enjoyed a cookout at the home of her daughter and son-in-law Merlene and Travis McCormick. Other guests were Kurtis and Misty McCormick and children Kasi and Kurtis, Travis and Brandi McCormick and Jace, and Kevin and Ann McCormick, Lawrence.

  • Steve Cummings and his children Shawn and Teria, Sedalia, Mo., visited their grandmother Elva Jordan Sunday evening.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Woodruff and Sandy, Overbrook, visited their aunt Gertrude Coon Tuesday evening.

  • Gertrude Coon, Betty Ryan and Bertie Morriss attended Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sader's 74th wedding anniversary party Sunday afternoon at the Eudora Nursing Center.
  • I was honored with a birthday dinner Sunday evening at the home of my daughter and son-in-law Sharon and LaVerne Musick in Linwood.

Other guests were Dudley Steffen, Gravois Mills, Mo., Howard and Carol Belles, Lawrence, Robert and Anita Musick and Tiffany, Jeremiah Smith, Donald Musick and three of my great-great-grandchildren, Aftyn, Trinity and Duncan.


  • My son David Tuggle and grandson Austin visited me Monday morning. Austin brought me a birthday card he'd made especially for me and his picture.

  • My daughter and son-in-law Pam and Wilson Snively, Maryville, Mo., came to the home of her sister and brother-in-law Sharon and LaVerne Musick Monday. They had another birthday dinner for me. It pays to be 87 and have two birthday dinners.

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