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Stan Ammeter came by the Ammeter farm April 7 to visit a guest. In the afternoon, LaVonne Ammeter and her guest shopped in Peabody. B.J. Ammeter arrived at the farm from Chris Ramsey’s house. They were putting on a new roof.

LaVonne and her guest went shopping April 8 in El Dorado and took LaVonne’s recycling items. LaVonne’s guest left late in the afternoon for Wichita. She flew to Virginia April 11.

LaVonne decorated a cake April 9 for Ed and Ann Slocombe and delivered it April 10 to Peabody Methodist Church. LaVonne also picked up groceries.

Myron and Sally Ammeter and their grandsons, Mitchell and Collins Bunger, visited Opal Craney April 10 and they ate lunch together.

Myron and Sally and their grandsons came to the Ammeter farm and ate supper. They were joined by B.J. and Stan. Myron and Sally returned to Manhattan later that evening.

LaVonne attended church services and Sunday school April 11 at Ebenezer. In the afternoon, LaVonne went to a 65th anniversary reception in Peabody.

LaVonne went to Peabody April 12 and visited Richard and Lucille Wyss, Donna Robb, Mae Scrivner, Dorothy Whisler, Howard Hess, and Virgie Jones at Legacy Park.

Lisa Clark stopped by LaVonne’s house April 13 to visit. Later LaVonne attended the senior citizens monthly potluck at Burns Community Center. After lunch, attendees watched the movie, “The Blind Side.”

Blaine Ammeter visited B.J. and LaVonne April 12, stayed the night, and the next day. Blaine returned to Ellinwood to help with roofing.

Last modified April 22, 2010