CORRESPONDENTS: 'Round the Town: Kings Daughters meet
’Round the Town correspondent
Gaylord and Valera Hamm of Durham were evening visitors Jan. 15 of Paul and Arlene Pankratz.
Durham Baptist Kings Daughters met Jan. 14 for their January meeting. Velma Wuthnow gave the devotion, “Chocolate Covered Grace.” Donna Diener gave the lesson to the 20 members present. Members from Hillsboro were Kay Carlson, Donna Diener, Ruth Hamm, Shirley Hamm, Pearl Koch, Marcella Mohn, Lois Nuss, Carol Ollenburger, Edie Ollenburger, Arlene Pankratz, Frances Unruh, and Connie Wiens. Hosts were Edie Ollenburger and Debbie Owens.
Celia Gross spent four weeks in Sioux Falls, S.D., with her sister, Ida Gross, and other family and friends.
Don and Connie Isaac and Raymond Wiebe attended the Jan. 17 Goessel Heritage and Agricultural Museum annual meeting and Faspa. The speaker was Steve Schmidt of McPherson. Gene and Sue Seibel from Illinois were recent visitors at the homes of Mary Seibel and the Lowell Jost family. The Seibels and Mary spent one afternoon in Newton visiting Jake Koslowsky and Dorothy Seibel.
Joan Jost’s mother, Elda Mellott, of Peabody, spent Jan. 16 and 17 with the Josts.
Kim Miller of Battle Creek, Wash., spent a few days with his parents Duwane and Jane Miller. Edie Ollenburger was a Jan. 17 visitor.
Karen Haug of Jetmore and Paul and Arlene Pankratz were dinner guests Jan. 17 at the Oliver Mohns home.
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Last modified Jan. 28, 2010