Seven Tops members weighed in and they all stayed for the meeting Monday evening, November 23. Lois Jean Harper earned the diet basket. Janet Ronnebaum read an article on “Little Spice Is Life Saved”. Jennifer Raub had the program on “Ten Ways to Regroup After a Set Back”.
The funeral service for Robert Polson was held at the Vermillion Christian Church on Wed. morning, November 25. Internment was held at the Vermillion Cemetery and the noon lunch was held at the Vermillion school building. Robert “Bob” and Sharon had been married for forty seven years. He will be missed by family, neighbors and friends.
Mable White and most of her family had a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner at Gail Whites home in Fairview, KS. It rained going and coming but didn’t get slick.
Troy Gaddis of Topeka and Lois Jean Harper and Thelma Gaddis enjoyed Thanksgiving Day at the home of Todd, Brandi, Landon and Taylor Gaddis in Topeka.
Guest at the home of Bill and Audrey Broxterman over the icy Thanksgiving holidays were Dawn and Craig Spencer of Franktown, CO, Kiley and Michael Floren and Dylan Spencer of Greeley, CO., Lily and Cayden Beckenhauer of Beatrice, NE. and Curt and Tonya Beckenhauer of Lincoln, NE. Dawn and Craig spent Tues. evening through Fri. in Vermillion and on Sat. they drove to Columbia, MO arriving in time to greet their first grandson Craig Lincoln, who was born at 8:30 pm Sat. evening.
A seventieth birthday celebration for Lynn Schafer was held Saturday evening at The Schafer House in Vermillion. A delicious potluck supper followed by dessert was enjoyed by around fifty guests who braved the icy roads to attend.
Included among guests were Pat and Bill Byrnes from New Harbor, Maine; Lynn’s daughter Hollyanna, husband Woody, and children Elsa and Sawyer from Breckenridge, CO; and Lynn’s son Corey Haskin and Caramarie Gibson from Kansas City. Lynn thanks everyone for their thoughtful cards, good wishes, creative food dishes and a wonderful party!
Due to the icy conditions no church services were held at the Christian Church in Vermillion Sunday morning.