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CORRESPONDENTS: Morning Star Church hosts meetings

Northwest of Durham

Correspondent (620) 732-2647

Ken and Sandy Wiebe took a recent trip to visit friends and relatives. They spent about a week with Sandy’s mother, Grace Mininger, in Wisconsin. They visited friends in Michigan and Indiana before returning home.

The Morning Star Church hosted teacher and school board meetings the evening of Oct. 13 and all day Oct. 14. About 280 people came from central and eastern Kansas and some from Oklahoma and Texas. The women of the church served some of the meals.

John and Andrea Koehn, Gentry, Ark., were overnight guests of Roy and Nadine Davis on Oct. 13.

Marcel and Wendy Unruh hosted a dinner on Oct. 16 for Ken and Sandy Wiebe, Clayton and Betty Wiebe, Wayne and Loralee Wiebe and family, Tim Davis, and Wendy’s parents, Phil and Carol Klassen of Canada, who were visiting the Unruhs.

Mark and Barbara Unruh, Kaitlin and Sarah, attended the wedding of Seth Ediger to Jami Richert at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Buhler Mennonite Brethren Church.

Erick Schrock of Kidron, Ohio, is living with Larry and Wanda Koehn while working for Merlin Wiebe in construction.

Wendell and Linda Wedel and Greg and Charlene Wedel and family joined the Mayeskea family Oct. 16 to help celebrate their mother, Naomi Mayeskea’s birthday. The family gathered at
William Peck Park in Moundridge for a potluck dinner.

Sarah Unruh, a student at Hesston College, spent an extended Oct. 16 weekend at home during fall break.

Ransom and Lillian Wiebe hosted a dinner on Oct. 16 for Mark and Kris Wiebe, Kayla and Luke, Jason and Sheri Wiebe and family, Merlin and Karletta Wiebe and Janesa, Bryan and Rebecca Thomas and Cristina, and Jasper and Joni Zeiset, Chickasaw, Okla.

Joni, who had come for a weekend of teachers’ meetings, and Jasper, visited their parents, Mark and Kris. Karalee, who teaches at Pryor, Okla., had also come for the meetings but returned on Saturday to Oklahoma.

John and Kathryn Koehn of Brookston, Texas, were overnight guests of the Ransom Wiebes.

Correction from Oct. 12:

The Dan Duerksen family got together the evening of Oct. 2 at the home of Marvin and Rosalie Duerksen west of Goessel. It was incorrectly stated that all Duerksen siblings were deceased. Ella is the only deceased sibling. Milt, Eulalia, Dora, and Marvin are very much alive.

Last modified Oct. 27, 2011