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BIKE8 -- EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2003 iii A large crowd attended the ~_h anniversary celebration of ]llw and Alta May Harris on Sat- malay. Among those attending of the Barry Seymour fam- i r, Bob, Sue and Catherine ilia:to, the Bailey's, KorDova lagkwood and Clara Hodgson. "ghe shower for Tiffany Kahn enjoyed on Sunday by many lm ple. Larry Nickell preformed the marriage ceremony for Kristan 18 aderson to Adrian Trim in Mamtou Springs on Saturday. /Idrian is the nephew of Larry. /ira Sorensen and Ed Baily were wiitors one day last week of Don aad Janet Seymour. Steve and Betty Lee Bailey , nt to Pueblo on Friday and *moy dinner out with Christine lkader. lanet Seymour hosted a sur- imsc birthday party for her hus- Imad, Don, on Sunday with David Ed Tanya Seymour, Shelby, Chance, Chase and Kaylee and liFszabeth Thornton, Chris, Brok aml Kobi Seymour and friend ]l an, Dr. David and Julie Bawerman, Shayla and Leven lonicelli, Matt and Cristal Reiss Brandon, Nick and Janesha, Lee and Phyllis Thompson, Wayne and Glenda Shade, Floyd and Grace Mock enjoying the barbecue. Barry and Vicki Seymour, Nathan, Devin and Dillon en- joyed company recently. Bob and Connie Webb, Aubrey and Tristin spent Sunday with Alice Webb. Don and Janet Seymour vis- ited Jerry Gunther and friend Darlene at Center recently and all attended the Repertoire The- ater production in Creede. Spencer Smith of Lamar is SlXmdmg the weekend withgrand- parents, Larry and Donna Nickell while his mother teaches. Tuesday Darwin and Velda Bollinger of Scott City, Kan. stopped in for a short visit. They had been to see his sister, Sue, who lives near Grandby. Word came that his sister Caroline Pumphry's daughter, Kay, had passed away in Illinois. They were leaving the next morning for this service. Bob, Caroline and Kay were here this summer for a visit. Whitey Bollinger called Local News Eileen Kehoe is in the Lincoln Community Hospital and would enjoy and appreciate visitors and phone calls. Larry and Frances Mclntire of Littleton, Fred and Renee Bletzacker, Shawn and A.l., Courtney Britton and Casey and Renita Thelen enjoyed Sunday dinner with Art and Jacki Thelen. Bob and Naomi Olson of Yuma, Ariz. visited earlier in the summer with Dora Nestor and recent report is BOb is doing pretty well. Diana Welz and Lorita Forristall returned Monday night from a Miner Family Reunion in New London, Conn. They spent Sept. 3 at a welcoming banquet among the 80 to 100 people present from a variety of states. They visited many cities con- nected to Thomas Miner and other relatives while there in- cluding the Fequot Indian Mu- seum and a banquet Sunday night honoring the 63rd anniversary of Arthur and Eunice Sweeton. Sev- eral birthdays were celebrated during the week including Diana's. Don and Kathy Bain celebrated their anniversary Friday evening treating Earl Forristall to dinner out. By Curtis Schr ,p to tell us. They are like family to us and our thoughts and prayers are with these nice people. There was a lot of lightning just southeast of here Saturday evening. Sunday morning it hap- pened we had .18 of rain. Marty took Kirsti to Denver Friday to the dentist to change the braces on her teeth. It took about two hours. That must have been pleasant, They did some shopping for Kirsti and bought some nice clothes. They spent the night at Steve's and on Satur- day they went to Nathan's and Bernice to see the new baby. Marty said it has a lot o[ black hair. They picked up some fast- food along the way so they could have lunch together. They brought home a big bouquet of flowers from the grandkids for Grandparents Day. How nice, By Lorita Fred Tuttle and Art Thelen made a trip to Monday and Renee cared for the little one Golden Prairie Mike Vick, Diana Sterling, Schreiber and Elva BeeHive visitors Coonts, geith Schater, Mary Ravenkamp, andHelenPearxm ThelmaDieter, Dick Herod, Jim David. Kirsti ings now makint the recipe but I don't wegian. 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