In the late afternoon of Oct. 11 LaVonne Ammeter received a phone call from her great-grandson Eric Magette of Eudora. Eric told her of the birth of his new sister, Rachel Ann. She weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20.5 inches long. Later in the evening LaVonne received a picture of the new baby.
Joyce Kyle and Marie Clark picked up LaVonne Ammeter Oct. 7 to attend services for Luella Harp at Peabody United Methodist Church. They stayed for lunch and visited with the family.
Michele Montgomery of Florence was an evening visitor Oct. 7 of LaVonne Ammeter.
Blaine Ammeter of Ellinwood spent Oct. 10 and 11 with LaVonne.
Supper guests of LaVonne Oct. 10 were Stan and Blaine Ammeter.
Blaine and LaVonne went to church at Summit Oct. 11. Gary Davis of Newton went to LaVonne’s for dinner after church. Blaine left for home in the afternoon.
Sally Ammeter of Grand Island, Neb., called LaVonne in the late afternoon of Oct. 11. Sally informed her that Myron Ammeter was in the hospital suffering from vertigo. He went home Oct. 12 and is doing better.
On Oct. 12, LaVonne went shopping in Peabody and visited residents at Legacy Park. She visited Emma Shaw, Donna Robb, Mrs. Scrivner, Dorothy Whisler, Edna Schill, Lucille and Richard Kraus, Dave and Ester Stucky, Betty and Roy Manka, and Howard Hew.
LaVonne attended the senior potluck dinner Oct. 13 at the Burns community building. Ray Davidson of Florence provided entertainment by playing a harmonica and recited cowboy poetry.
Donna Ramsey was a late afternoon visitor Oct. 13 of LaVonne, and Myron Ammeter called to say he was doing better.