February 17 2004

[b]Reliance News [/b] by Doreine Anderson

Posted by Kim
Monday, February 9, Blaine and Bev Kenobbie were in Iowa where Blaine was a pallbearer at the funeral of a friend at Webb, Iowa.

Later they visited in the home of Blaine's uncle. There is a lot of snow in northwest Iowa and Blaine and Bev came home on icy roads!

Last weekend Lee and Jean Anderson accompanied Doug and Buffie Gerard to Fremont, Nebraska, to attend the baptismal rites for Mackenzie Jean, daughter of Wylee Anderson and Jodie Thomsen, at the Trinity Lutheran Church.

Wayne and Dorothy Monson attended the Legion and Unit potluck supper and meetings at the Kennebec Community Center last Thursday evening.

Pat and Cheryl Quick, Guernsey, Wyoming, spent Friday until Monday in the parental Lyle and Leola Peterson home. On Saturday Troy Quick, Ft. Morgan, Colorado, Denise Quick, Guernsey, Wyoming, and Lisa Quick, Scottsbluff, Nebraska arrived to be with their parents and grand parents. On Friday evening Cheryl and Pat hosted supper at the Golden Buffalo Cafe, Lower Brule, for Lyle and Leola and their great grandsons Garret and Trenton, Kennebec. On Saturday evening Cheryl and Pat and family, and Lyle and Leola ate supper at the Golden Buffalo Cafe.

Wednesday, February 18, Blaine and Bev Kenobbie were in Presho; they attended the high school music contest in which their grand daughter, Katy, participated. Later they visited and were coffee guests in the home of Marian Rasmussen.

Ed Byre was a Sunday visitor in the Lee and Jean Anderson home.

Wynn Cleveland, Presho, was a Saturday overnight guest in the home of his grand parents, Wayne and Dorothy Monson. Sunday grandpa, grandma and Wynn went to Presho. They visited in the Ron, Kris, Coral and Declan Cleveland home. Wynn remained with his parents.

Friday afternoon Laura Fletcher and Donna Peterson visited Mary Ann Rogers.

Roland and Billy Mae Peterson attended the presentation honoring Dave Moore's 50 years of member ship in the Masons at the Masonic Lodge, Presho, Sunday afternoon.

Ralph and Janice Schelske were in Mitchell, last Wednesday. They ate dinner at The Depot hosted by Sue and Bonnie Geyer, F.U. Educational Directors. Bonnie presented Janice with a gift for her years of service as F.U. District IV Educational Director.

Last Monday John and Nels from Sweden, were visitors and coffee guests of Bonnie Schindler.

Janice Schelske hosted supper at the Hot Rod Steakhouse, Kennebec, Wednesday, February 4th, to honor the birthday of Ralph. Helping him celebrate were Steve, Ronda, Cole, Kara and Ryan Schelske; John, Ambur and Tristen Schelske; Wyatt, Michelle, Hayden, Allison and Logan Schelske and Jared Schelske, Kennebec.

Saturday Janice Schelske attended the Centennial Quilt Guild meeting, Winner. In the forenoon a lesson on "Scrappy Quilts" was held. In the afternoon everyone showed projects they had been working on.

Wednesday Don and Bonnie Schindler and David Schindler were in Presho- Brett and Tami McClanahan and family hosted supper to honor Don's birthday.

Thursday Carrol Stewart phoned his brother, Lyle, Johnson, Nebraska, to wish him "Happy Birthday".

Friday Nancy Kistler and daughter, Margee, Custer, were overnight guests in the Don and Bonnie Schindler home. Saturday Don, Bonnie, David and Kyle Schindler were in Presho to the Wrestling Tournament to watch Nancy Kistler's grandson, Lloyd Morgan wrestle.

Nicki and Kyle Schindler were weekend guests in the home of their grand parents, Don and Bonnie Schindler and David Schindler.

Marilyn Wagaman and Donna Peterson visited Loraine Suhl during the week. On Sunday Dana Kenobbie, Sierra, and Angie Zeman, Oacoma, brought Loraine a Valentine gift-4 beautiful roses-each a different color!

Mark Wagner, Chamberlain, was a Saturday visitor in the parental Ila Wagner home- he came to help Ward Thelen fix the well.

Sunday Ward and Cassie Thelen and Ross and Sarah Ambur, Presho, brought mother and grand mother, Ila Wagner, a beautiful plant from the florist shop for her Valentine's Day gift.

Stockton and Tami McClanahan, Presho, visited in the parental Don and Bonnie Schindler home Sunday afternoon.

Marcia Peterson, her son, Darrin and grandsons, Garret and Trenton, Kennebec, spent the weekend in the parental Lyle and Leola Peterson home.



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