Women visit friends in Marion
LaVonne Ammeter picked up Blondie Logan on Oct. 7. They went to the Marion County Courthouse and the Marion County Record office. They visited Ray and Nadine Koegeboehn and Nadine’s sister, Opal Mae Walker. B.J. Ammeter left in the early afternoon for Manhattan to attend the Kansas State University football game.
Blaine Ammeter of Ellinwood took LaVonne to a doctor Oct. 6 in El Dorado. After the appointment, they went shopping. Stan came for supper and Blaine left for home later in the evening.
On Oct. 8, LaVonne went to Peabody and ate lunch at the senior center. Later she shopped. Lisa Clark visited LaVonne later in the afternoon.
Blaine and Carol Ammeter of Ellinwood arrived Oct. 8 and stayed the night. The next day, they went to Don and Marjorie Gfeller’s home to do some work and visit family.
LaVonne attended the Burns High School reunion Oct. 9 for the classes of 1948, 1949, and 1950. Thirty-three class members and guests attended. It was decided to have a reunion next year as well.
Stan Ammeter visited LaVonne and stayed the night.
Myron and Sally Ammeter of Manhattan arrived on the farm on Oct. 10. They attended the last service at Summit United Methodist Church. Sixty people attended the service, as did two former ministers and the district superintendent. Lunch was served after the service
Rev. Chuck and Janet Hadley visited the Ammeter home Oct. 10. Myron and Sally went to Opal Craney’s to visit. Blaine and Carol visited the Gfellers. Gary Davis visited later in the afternoon. Blaine and Carol returned and stayed the night. They returned home Oct. 11.
Stan and John Boese visited Oct. 11.
LaVonne Ammeter went to a senior citizen potluck Oct. 12 at Burns Community Center.
In the evening, Donna Ramsey, Ethan, and Alex visited. Chris Ramsey came later.