Archive for Thursday, August 23, 2007

Pinecrest news

August 23, 2007

Tillie Bichelmeyer received a phone call Sunday from her niece Cindy Hinkle, Bonner Springs, telling of the birth of her granddaughter Keegan Rose, born to her son and daughter-in-law Rusty and Lacy Hinkle, Bonner Springs. Keegan Rose is Tillie's great-great-niece.
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Tillie Bichelmeyer, Emma Jean Taylor, Julia Polfer and Ellen Moll, Lenexa, and Jan Kelley, Overland Park, went out for lunch Tuesday and then went to Emma Jean's home in the afternoon to play pinochle.
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Clarice Morriss and Alta Vorhies went shopping in Lawrence Friday afternoon.
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Elva Jordan, Darlene Randel and Melvin Miller, Pomona, visited Ron and Colleen Thompson in De Soto Saturday afternoon.
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Sunday afternoon visitors of Elva Jordan and Darlene Randel were Shirley Cummings and Shirlene Yoke, Olathe, Colud Madison, Spring Hill, and Melvin Miller, Pomona.


  • Bertie Morriss attended the 60th birthday celebration and catered dinner at the community room in Lawrence Saturday evening for her son Allen Morriss. Around 50 relatives and friends enjoyed the evening. Bertie took Clarice Morriss and Bertha Nichols with her.
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    Sunday Wickey and Sharon Smith, Shawnee, Okla., visited his sister Bertie Morriss. They went out for breakfast and dinner.
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    Kenneth and Trisha Vorhies and their grandchildren Kyles and Kenzie, all of Lawrence, Randy and Beth Cobledge, Kansas City, Mo., Sue Cusimo, Winthrop Harbor, Ill., and Felicia Brown, Lawrence, were dinner guests and spent the day visiting their mother, Alta Vorhies.
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    My sister and brother-in-law Leola and Millard Murray, Lawrence, visited me Wednesday afternoon.
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    My great-granddaughter Autumn Musick and her children Aftyn, Trinity and Duncun and Josh Smith visited me Wednesday evening.
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    Clarice Morriss visited me Friday morning.
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    My daughter Sharon Musick, Linwood, took me to the doctor Thursday morning to have two tumors removed from my left arm and a biopsy done on another one.
    My great-great-grandson Duncun went with us and he was as good as gold for a 2-year-old.

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