The Richard Parkers were celebrating their Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 23.
David and Jennifer Roggenkamp and Brayden of St. Mary's were home for Christmas Eve and morning at Johnny and Jackie Schwinn's home.
Wayne and Anabel Knapp traveled to Severy on Friday, Dec. 21. They stayed with their son and wife, Estal and Judy Knapp, due to bad weather. They canceled their soup supper from Saturday evening, Dec. 22, to Sunday evening, Dec. 23, at the home of J.D. and Sheila Huntington and children Kyle and Brittaney. They had a gift exchange and attended church on Sunday with their son, Estal. The Knapps arrived back home on Monday, Dec. 24.
David and Beverly Sparks of Springdale had their family Christmas home decorated and celebrated their Christmas on Dec. 30.
L.J. and Gertrude Chrisman attended the candlelight service on Monday evening, Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, at McLouth United Methodist Church.
Tom and Kathy Powell and boys spent Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, with Tom's mother, Donna, of Lansing.
Tom and Kathy Powell and sons Tom and David had as their guests for Christmas Dinner on Tuesday, Dec. 25, Kathy's parents, Bill and Helen Nowlan, Kathy's brother Patrick and Sally Nowlan and children, Steven and Rebecka. Doris Brownson, a good friend, also was a guest.
L.J. and Gertrude Chrisman had their family Christmas celebration on Tuesday, Dec. 25, with Steve Chrisman, Joyce and Kerry Webb, Darryle and Valerie Lafferty and children Brett and Whitney.
Peggy Gillaspie and Evelyn Schwinn took Sharon Lynn to lunch Friday, Dec. 21, at Pullman Place in Leavenworth. They had a nice visit with Marilyn Kay Parsons, who was eating there also. After lunch, they went to the Medicalodge and enjoyed a Christmas party with Wilda Lynn.
The family of Evelyn Schwinn enjoyed their Christmas Day dinner and get-together at the home of Kristie and Mike Clarks. There were 49 family members present. The kiddies enjoyed a gift exchange.
Dwane and Jo Ann Monroe had their family home for Christmas Eve.
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