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Martin Guinn and Reva Hustead went to Quincy to his daughter Caro Muffin’s house to celebrate October birthdays. Martin is celebrating his 102.
David Tague is back from North Dakota where he was duck and pheasant hunting. Buck said he got his limit on both.
Neta Phillips went to Kirksville.
Katrina Hustead and Madison Mallett went to St. Louis.
Some of those in this week were: Bob Rouse, Neta Phillips, Thomas Kortkamp, Jack Smith, Martin Guinn, Reva Hustead, Bob and Dorothy Hunolt, Ronnie and Bonnie Young, Mark Mazziotti, Leah and Allen Eisener from Carrolltown, MO.
3 people celebrated their birthdays on Saturday, October 17 at Zimmerman’s. Martin Guinn, October 11, 102 years young,
Deanna Hubbard, October 24 and Bob Hunolt, October 26.
Someone gave Martin a shirt that read: “I thought growing old would take longer.”
Those helping Birthday people were Reva Hustead, Larry Hubbard, Dorothy Hunolt, Neta Phillips, Shirley Ruth, Bonnie Ward, Jack White, Larry and Tamara Tague, Leon and Ann Shaw, Joe and Joyce Harvey, Bob and Judy, Terry and Debra Guinn, Oren and Celina Erickson, Ronnie and Bonnie Young, Kathie McPherson, Dorothy Clark, Faye Walker, Keith and Marilyn Dunn, Bob and Sandy Hunolt, Dixie Waverly Bunting, Don Tague, Chris Hunolt, and Alex Hunolt.