Twenty ladies enjoyed the Mother's Day party Friday afternoon given by Pinecrest manager Carol Scott.
A Mother's Day poem was read and everyone told something they remembered about their mother. Refreshments were served afterward.
Tillie Bichelmeyer, Julia Polfer, Ellen Moll, Olathe, and Jan Kelly, Overland Park, were luncheon guests Tuesday of Emma Jean Taylor. They spent the afternoon playing pinochle.
Bertie Morriss attended a reception Sunday evening at the home of her daughter and son-in-law Merlene and Price McCormick in honor of her grandson Kevin McCormick who graduated from Kansas University.
Alta Vorhies and Clarice Morriss went shopping Sunday afternoon in Lawrence.
Darlene Randel and Melvin Miller attended the high school graduation of his granddaughter Ciara Dillon at Pomona High School on Saturday and were dinner guests of her parents, Steve and Janie Dillon. The celebration was also for his grandson Dallas Dillon who graduated from Friends University in Wichita.
Elva Jordan, Yvonne Jordan, Darlene Randel and Melvin Miller, Pomona, attended the De Soto High School graduation on Saturday. Darlene's grandson J.T. Thompson graduated. J.T.'s parents Ron and Colleen Thompson were hosts of a dinner party at the Tippin T. Ranch.
Betty Ryan and Bud Neilson attended the high school graduation party for Betty's great-granddaughter Kelsey Hall Saturday evening at the Albert Neese Masonic Hall in Topeka.
Gina Thompkins and her son, Mason, both of Raytown, Mo., visited their mother and grandmother Clarice Morriss Monday and took her out for lunch.
Felicia Brown and Bailey, both of Lawrence, visited her mother, Alta Vorhies Monday.
I attended the musical program Friday morning at Tonganoxie Grade School given by the kindergarten students. My great-great-granddaughter Aftyn Hankins was in the program.
Others attending were her mother, Autumn Musick, Aftyn's sister and brother Trinity and Duncan, her grandmother Anita Musick, great-grandparents LaVerne and Sharon Musick, her aunt Tiffany Musick and her cousin Salim Smith.