by Kerry Hampy
Lennie Semkin, 95, died Saturday, Oct. 7 in Sedalia. Lennie was born in the Florence area. He served honorably during World War II, and owned the Smithton service station for several years.
Visitors last week of David and Cheri Hofstetter were Jerry Connor, Kevin Dittmer, Daryl Hofstetter, Elvera Siegel, and Alan and Joyce Zimmerschied.
Mary Goode and Betty Woodall visited Beverly Hardy Tuesday, Oct. 3 in Versailles.
Robbie Woodall and sons Corbin and Trenton were Saturday, Oct. 7 visitors of Betty Woodall.
Betty Woodall and Brigette Woodall were Sunday, Oct. 8 visitors of Krissy Payne.
Roberta Kurtz, Frances Starke, and Erma Woolery had lunch Sunday, Oct. 8 at the Hometown Cafe in Syracuse.
Bill Woolery, Brenda Woolery, and Erma Woolery had lunch Friday, Oct. 6 at the Ambush Restaurant in Florence.
Mike and Ranelle Hampy of Lake Jackson, Texas spent Friday, Oct. 6 through Monday, Oct. 9 with his mother Geneva Hampy. Mike and Ranelle also attended his 45th Smithton High School reunion Sunday, Oct. 8 at the St. John-Bahner Catholic Church fellowship hall.
Brent and Connie Hampy, Mike and Ranelle Hampy, Dave and Liz Niebruegge and daughters Codee and Reese were Saturday, Oct. 7 dinner guests of Geneva Hampy.
Sarah Ivanov, Terry and Monica Jones, and Tommy Jones were Saturday, Oct. 7 dinner guests of Jerry Connor.
Greg and Amy Wittman, daughters Paige and Jenna, and Dylan Wittman were Sunday, Oct. 8 dinner guests of Linda Dittmer.
Ellen Bremer and Elvera Siegel attended the show “Moses and the Burning Within” Sunday, Oct. 8 at the Royal Theatre in Versailles.
Wayne and Rita Kanenbley attended a birthday party for their granddaughter Adalynn Kanenbley Sunday, Oct. 8 at the home of her father Mark Kenenbley in Pleasant Hill.

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