Cara Kruid, neighbor of Wayne and Anabel Knapp, left on May 14 and flew by plane to go for two weeks to visit her sister, Evan Offutt, in Germany. Her sister came back with her. While there, she visited Frankfurt, Cologne and Zurich, Switzerland. She will be living with her parents in Lawrence for a while. Cara said she had a wonderful trip and arrived home on May 27.
John and Cora Moses went to visit relatives in Eminence, Mo., on May 19. They stayed with Cora’s aunt, Annabelle Underwood. They visited with another aunt, Flossie Van Winkle, who is in a nursing home. They arrived back home on May 25.
On May 27, Bret Schwinn graduated from the Northeast Kansas Technical Center in Atchison with certification. He will work at Besels in Leavenworth. He is son of Bill and Brenda Schwinn. A member of his relatives enjoyed a dinner before the graduation. It was his grandpa Duane Monroe’s birthday.
Caleb Todd, son of Susan Todd, was a graduate of NEKTC in Atchison, as well. He is grandson of Herbert and Genevieve Schwinn.
The Sunday school children of Springdale Friends Church put flags in the cemetery May 29 to honor the veterans buried there.
Myron and Jody Schwinn of St. George came on May 31 to Mount Muncie Cemetery. Mary Barbara Allen joined them and they enjoyed lunch together. They visited Herbert Schwinn’s family while here.
Randy and Amy Schwinn had a birthday lunch and party for their son, Eli, on his 9th birthday, May 30. Grandma Linda Schwinn made him a Hereford calf cake.
Kimberly Schwinn enjoyed her 19th birthday on May 27. She is daughter of Brian and Linda K. Schwinn.
Wayne and Anabel Knapp enjoyed lunch at Pullman restaurant on June 1 with other husbands and wives to celebrate their class reunion get together every three months.
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