The Jaunty Jarbalonians Red Hat Group met at Homer’s Drive-In on Saturday in Leavenworth. It is probably the oldest eating establishment in Leavenworth, going back to 1931. Those attending were Jane Turner, Linda Barry, Betty Clark, Lynn Paul and Thamar Barnett.
Derek Barnett of Fort Leavenworth took Thamar Barnett to eat at Pullman Place in Leavenworth Sunday afternoon. They then went to Derek’s home on post with Derek’s wife, Luci, and son, Kyle. After visiting a while, they all went on a tour of the post. Derek pointed out different places and Thamar reminisced about working there in the ‘40s and pointed out places where she had worked. Before taking Thamar home, they stopped to see Tammy Mooberry, who was working at The Shopette.
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