News from Reynolds
Tom and Betty Hennessey, Olathe, Kansas, came Sunday, Oct. 5 to visit Mrs. Jean Ketzler, Friendship Manor, Rock Island.
Tuesday, Oct. 7 Mary Ketzle Simpson, Pembroke Pines, Floriada, flew to Des Moines where her son James Simpson, lives. While there they visited other relative and friends including Mrs. Jean Ketzle, Friendship Manor.
Thursday, Oct. 16 Vincent and Carole Ketzle, Schertz, Texas will be visiting, Jean Ketzle.
The Rockridge Rockets girls volleyball team battled their host - Monmouth-Roseville Titans Thursday, Oct. 9. Rockridge won two of the three games played. All games were close, 26-24, 26-28 and 25-22.
The Rockridge football team lost to Macomb (41-16) Friday, Oct. 10 at Rockridge. This was the last home game.
We express our sympathy to the family of George Gauley, Jr.
Errol and Rosalie Davis left Monday, Oct. 6. They vacationed in Thousand Hills state Park in Kirksville, Missouri. Hey also visited her neice Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and friends.
The memorial service for Floyd Anderson was held Saturday, Oct. 11 at the Reynolds Methodist Church. It was followed by the service in the Reynolds Cemetery and lunch at the Reynolds American Legion Building.
Monday, Oct. 13 Columbus day was observed by the schools, banks and telephone and post offices.
Tom and Ruth Bracking, Colorado Springs, Colo, sister of Dorothy Armstrong and their daughter Beth spent the weekend visiting Illinois relatives. Relatives included Karen and jerry Gillett, Cindy and Roger Sanders, Barb and Ken Hoffman and Kathy and Scott Jahn.
Susannah Circle held their monthly meeting with Mrs. Pat Englund. Virgina Moffitt served refreshments. Lucille Elliott, president, conducted the meeting. There were seven members present.
The Reynolds Village board met at the Reynolds Municipal Bldg. Monday, Oct. 13. Trick or treat hours for Reynolds are Oct. 31 from 5-7 p.m.
Dick and bonnie Curry visited their daughter, Valerie and Dan Murray, Wolfboro New Hampshire and their daughters Haley and Addy and son Zach last weekend.