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Family gathers for holiday

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Dale and Betty Hixon traveled to Kansas City International Airport March 28 to meet their brother-in-law, Stan Armstrong, Arlington, Texas, so he could have some time with his dad, Howard Armstrong.

Roberta Armstrong and sons came on Saturday so they could be here for the funeral of Howard on Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Carney Simpson had the following for Easter dinner. Janet and Mike Keefer, Lenexa, Matthew Keefer, Olathe, Kenneth Keeney, Kathryn Morrison, her daughter, Barbara, and her husband, Tony from Wichita.

Dale and Betty Hixon and Dixie Secrest traveled to Hume, Mo., to the Sisters Cafe for supper.

James Center enjoyed coloring Easter eggs with grammama Linda Center on Saturday.

Thirty-one children and grandchildren of Buena Karleskint enjoyed Easter dinner at Chicken Annie's.

Shelia Blubaugh, her parents, Bob and Francis Fursman, traveled to Garnett to the home of Bob's brother, Jack Fursman. They all enjoyed a nice visit.

Friday evening, April 6, Dale and Betty Hixon traveled to Chicken Mary's to eat. They met their neighbors, June Hereford, Ron, Linda, Ronette, Scott, Kacy and James Center, who were also enjoying eating at Chicken Mary's.

The children in beginner church, primary church and junior church of Grace Baptist Tabernacle were treated to a candy scramble on Easter Sunday.

Dale and Betty Hixon hosted Easter dinner and a birthday party for their great-granddaughter Alissa and 20 other members of the family. After the birthday party, the children had fun hunting for Easter eggs.

Dave and Sheila Blubaugh enjoyed having their grandsons, Max and Grant Blubaugh, Friday, April 6.

Ron and Linda Center hosted Easter dinner for the following family members: June Hereford, Ronette, Scott, Kacy, James and Lindsey Center, and Kelsie Jo Collins. James and Kelsie Jo could hardly wait for their Easter egg hunt.

It is not that uncommon for a couple of have a 50th wedding anniversary anymore, but Bob and Francis Fursman, parents of Sheila Blubaugh, reached that mark 17 years ago. On Wednesday, April 11, they celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary. They live at Cavalry Crossing and they shared cake and punch there with family and friends. I would like to join the others in congratulating them and wish them the very best.

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Linda Center
Northwest Scott Area News