Archive for Thursday, June 21, 2007

Pinecrest News

June 21, 2007

Several Pinecrest residents attended the 50th wedding celebration of Harry and Billie Bell at the First Southern Baptist Church in Eudora given by their daughters Tammy Donovan and Linda Long. Billie was the former manager of Pinecrest I and II Apartments and Harry was always there to help any of us.
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Around 60 Pinecrest residents and Eudora people enjoyed the cookout and Gary Bichelmeyer's band Saturday evening in Pinecrest II parking lot. The cookout was given by the manager and her family, Carol and Larry Scott and Colton.
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Carol Mason and her daughter Jerri Ahrens, Lawrence, drove to Grand Prairie, Texas, to visit Carol's son Mike Boyd and his family.
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Felicia Brown, Lawrence, spent Monday morning with her mother, Alta Vorhies.
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Tillie Bichelmeyer was a dinner guest Sunday evening of Joe and Marty Bichelmeyer, Shawnee. All of their children and grandchildren were there to help Joe celebrate Father's Day.
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Emma Jean Taylor and Tillie Bichelmeyer drove to the home of Jan Kelley in Overland Park for lunch and an afternoon of pinochle. Others who joined them were Ellen Moll and Julia Polfer, Olathe.
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Betty Ryan and Bud Nielson drove to Lansing Tuesday to the home of her grandson Darrin Freeman and to visit her friend Ruby Johnson, Lexington, Ky.
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Bud Nielson and Betty Ryan were breakfast guests Sunday morning of her daughter Barbara Earnhart, Linwood. In the afternoon they drove to Ozawkie to the home of Todd and Serena Kampfer for a cookout.
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Clarice Morriss and Alta Vorhies drove to Lawrence Sunday afternoon to shop and have dinner.
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To stop all the rumors about my fall Saturday afternoon -- it was just an accident. It was no one's fault. I didn't break anything. I'm sore and black and blue, but it got me a lot of visitors Saturday evening. Visitors were Carol Scott, my grandson Robert Musick, Betty Forsyth, Katherine Neis and my daughter and son-in-law Sharon and LaVerne Musick.
Betty Forsyth brought me my supper from the cookout and on Sunday my sister Carol Belles, Lawrence, brought me dinner. Other callers were my granddaughter Anita Musick, two of my great-great-granddaughters, Aftyn and Trinity Hankins and my daughter and son-in-law Sharon and LaVerne Musick.

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