The Springdale community wants to extend its sympathy to L.J. and Gertrude Chrisman who lost a son-in-law, Kenny Webb, who passed away Dec. 28 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City. He was 50 years old.
Kirk and Austin Knapp, and Wayne and Anabel Knapp traveled to Fredonia and Severy on Friday, Jan. 1 and had their Christmas on New Year’s night. They had supper with J.D. and Sheila Huntington and children Kyle and Brittney. Others attending were Terry and Debbie Tindle and children, Ryan, and friend Lauren, and Shannon, and Estal and Judy Knapp. After supper they had a gift exchange. Wayne stayed overnight with Estal and Judy. Kirk and Austin stayed with Debbie and Terry. Wayne and Anabel attended the United Methodist Church at Severy with their son Estal, on Sunday, Jan. 3. After church, Wayne went and picked up Kirk and Austin and stayed for dinner with Debbie and Terry. They started home at 1:30 p.m. and all arrived home safely in all the snow at 5 p.m.
The Ray Cole family celebrated Ray’s father Bill’s birthday on Jan. 1. Then on Jan. 2, they celebrated their daughter Emily’s 11th birthday.
In the Springdale community, we are seeing some mighty big piles of snow that we think will still be here in early April.
David, Jennifer, and Brayden Roggenkamp were in from St. Mary’s visiting the Johnny Schwinn’s home during the holiday week.
Kirk Knapp and friend Kelly Gatsmeyer from Valley Falls came and cut two pickup loads of wood on Wednesday, Jan. 6 and ate dinner with the Knapps.
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