News from Reynolds

Beulah Venable/Correspondent

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Erickson attended the family weekend at Illinois Wesleyan University where Haley Kitchell is a freshman.

Mrs. Pat Englund had left knee replacement surgery, Monday, Oct. 26. She came home Thursday, Oct. 29. She will have therapy for six weeks.

Sharon Winters sold her house, 312 N. Grant St., to James Christy.

Drew Zeitler bought Mary Gauley's house. Jack Massey bought a vacant lot. The sale was Saturday, Oct. 31.

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Root and Ashley moved from North Williams St. into their new home- 315 Lincoln St. on Saturday, Oct. 31.

From 80-100 children participated in the Reynolds Halloween party Saturday, Oct. 31 at 2 p.m. at the Legion Building. James Clarke played the piano. Lela Mae Sipes and Mary Jeanne Parchert were judges. The village of Reynolds, the American Legion and the auxiliary were the sponsors. Refreshments were served. A good time was had by all. The Reynolds volunteer fire department displayed a fire engine at the party.

Chelsey Widdop, freshman at Monmouth College, helped defeat Knox County on Oct. 15. The Scots played the Rhodes Tournament Oct. 18-19 and won against Avereth. She, along with two other Scots combined in the winning effort. The coach was Kari Schimmin.

The Rockridge regional was Thursday, Oct. 29. Sherrard defeated Rockridge volleyball team. Dalinda Widdop and Jennifer Krueger led the scoring for Rockridge. The coach is Mary Strachan.

Sunday, Nov. 1 was All Saints Day. New banners appropriate to the Thanksgiving season were displayed. Naming of the honored dead of the last year for our community was observed in our Reynolds United Methodist Church. The after school program is Tuesday at 3:15.

Confirmands and their parents met at Reynolds Church after church on Sunday, Nov. 1. This is for sixth and seventh graders.

Mrs. Patty Stetson visited her son, John and family in Leander, Texas. She returned home on Tuesday, Nov. 3.