Sharon Lynn and Eveylyn Schwinn went to Edwardsville on Thursday, July 5, to see their brother, Harold Steed, and his wife, Jean. They enjoyed lunch together and shopped later.
On Saturday, July 7, Myron Schwinn celebrated his 69th birthday. Myron grew up in the Springdale area. He taught school for many years. He and his wife, Jody, live in St. George.
On Sunday, July 8, many relatives and friends went to the Leavenworth Community Center for a dinner and reception to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Miriam (Schwinn) Seute and Robert Seute. Linda Schwinn made the beautiful cake for the occasion.
Peggy Gillaspie was visiting her mother, Evelyn Schwinn, Tuesday afternoon, July 10.
Thelma Wallace and her mother, Olive Reynolds, both of Leavenworth, were Tuesday evening guests July 10 of Wayne and Anabel Knapp. Thelma used to live as a neighbor of the Knapps for many years.
The Woodhead reunion was Sunday, July 8, at the Winchester Community Center with Wayne and Anabel Knapp as the hosts. A basket dinner was served for 75 relatives attending at 1 p.m. Lots of delicious food was served by all. A group picture of all who were present was taken after dinner. Then each family of the Woodhead's had family pictures taken. They were: Thelma Woodhead's family; Myrtice Woodhead Fuqua family; Anabel Woodhead Knapp's family; Marliu Woodhead's family and Marcus Woodhead's family.
Lots of family pictures were brought and every one enjoyed them. Everyone had a wonderful time of revisiting. They all departed for their homes by 4 p.m. Eldon Farriss' relative Ed Danny and wife came from Colorado. Families from the Kansas City area, Tonganoxie, Leavenworth, McLouth, Winchester Lenexa, Fredonia, Severy, Hesston and Valley Falls attended.
Myrtice Fuqua, sister to Anabel Knapp and Marcus Woodhead, were visiting Wayne and Anabel Knapp Monday morning, July 9.
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