Buena Karleskint and daughters, Sue Midfelt, Fort Scott, Kathy Higgins, Tulsa, Okla., Pat Worford, Springfield, Mo., and Mary Jo Clements, Willard, Mo., traveled to St. Louis recently to visit with Sister Barbara and Sister Bernedette Karleskint.
The Grace Baptist Tabernacle hosted its annual Hallelujah Festival on Monday evening, Oct. 31.
Everyone was welcome to come, but they had games set up for the children up through fifth grade, where they won candy cupcakes, rolls and cans of soda. They served hotdogs, chips, homemade cookies and punch to everyone. There were many squeals of delight heard all evening.
In honor of her birthday, Agnes Armstrong was treated to Chicken Mary's by Betty Hixon on Friday evening, Nov. 5. Betty said it was belated but still tasted good.
Thursday, Nov. 3, Joe and Shirley White traveled to Kansas City for Joe's doctor's appointment. En route home they enjoyed eating at the Longhorn in LaCygne, Kan.
June Hereford, Linda, Ronette, Scott, and Kacy enjoyed the Halloween parade at Winfield Scott Monday morning to see James Center and the Precious Lambs parade to see Kelsie Jo Collins.
Saturday, Nov. 5, Shirley White met with the Breakfast Prescott Ladies in Fulton at Rides Restaurant. Twenty-one attended and enjoyed celebrating the November birthdays.
Tuesday, Nov. 1, Ron and Linda Center traveled to Kansas City for their doctor's appointments.
On Friday, Nov. 4, Dale, Betty and Mike Hixon enjoyed eating at Chicken Mary's.
Sunday evening, Oct. 5, Grace Baptist Tabernacle hosted a fifth Sunday Sing. It is not limited to just singing; some play their instruments, and it is always fun to see who will work together to do something that will bring honor to the Lord.
It is always special when the younger children sing, quote memory verses and say the books of the Bible. It is a very uplifting time to praise the Lord.
Sunday, Nov. 6, Joe and Shirley White attended a birthday party for their great-grandson Lucas at the home of his parents, Mike and Marsha Clark. All enjoyed eating soup, birthday cake and ice cream.
The Youth and Calvary Class of Grace Baptist Tabernacle enjoyed a fellowship after the services Sunday evening, Nov. 6. They had a choice of five different soups, relishes, crackers, summer sausage, an array of desserts, soda pop, coffee and water. They played a game of bean bag baseball.