Round the Town correspondent
Many from the area attended memorial services Friday for Bill Meier at Durham Baptist Church. Sympathy is extended to the Meier family.
Paul and Arlene Pankratz, Tim and Donna Diener, and Ken Pankratz were Saturday dinner guests for Mother’s Day at the home of David and Sherilyn Kadel of rural Randall. On Sunday the Pankratzes and Kent and Emily Nichols of Hesston were dinner guests at the Tim Dieners.
Derk Lancaster of Salina was a Sunday lunch guest at the home of David and Mary Lancaster.
Leonard and Hazel Hein were breakfast guests Sunday morning for Mother’s Day. Hosts were Kevan and Vicki Hein and John, Andrew and Aaron Hein, and Todd and Jaylean Hein.
Funeral services for Emma (Winter) Weber of Herington were Tuesday at Shady Brook Church in rural Herington. Emma is formerly from the Hillsboro-Durham community. Sympathy is extended to the family.
Von and Norma Pschigoda of Hope, Rod and Mary Riffel of Rose Hill, and Megan Riffel of Kansas City took Wilbur and Florence Hett out for dinner Saturday evening in Newton for Mother’s Day.
The Orvil Suderman family gathered at the Suderman home Sunday evening for Mother’s Day and to celebrate Brandon Klassen’s 11th birthday.
Shirley Sneath of Wakeeney spent Sunday and Monday with her mother, Shirley, and Dave Weibert.
Irene Seibel was a dinner guest Mother’s Day at the home of Clint and Evelyn Seibel. Other guests were Lovella Kilpatrick of Kansas City, Grace and Kelly Gulker and family of Manhattan, and Irene’s grandson, Gabe Seibel of Atlanta, Ga. Gabe is employed in the community and will live with his grandmother for the summer.
Malvin and Darlene Schmidt, Jerry Schmidt of Salina, and Leroy Schmidt of McPherson went to Tulsa, Okla., Friday and were guests at the home of Malvina Heinrichs. On Saturday, Malvina and her guests traveled to Fayetteville, Ark., and attended the graduation of Malvina’s son, Eric Heinrichs, from the University of Arkansas, with a degree in engineering.
Dan and Jan Schmidt of Salida, Colo., spent a few days with Pearl and Velma Hadley. Jim and Diana Hadley of Hillsboro were additional Monday supper guests.