Society

VBS kickoff lunch ahead

By LU SPENCE Reporter correspondent
Hope that this finds all our readers enjoying this beautiful springtime.

The community was saddened by the death of Pepper Owens. Funeral services were held in Lampasas April 28, with burial at Forest Grove Cemetery. We send our sincere sympathy to the Owens family.

On May 16, there will be a VBS kickoff lunch and fun time for the coming Vacation Bible School at Forest Grove.

All youth are invited to stay following morning worship for a fun time of food, crafts and games. Anyone in the area is invited to come and join in on May 16 and also be a part of the summer VBS starting on June 14.

Woody and Mary Beth Burgess traveled to Devine Saturday to attend the wedding of Phillip Collier and Susanne Brown.

Following the wedding the Burgesses traveled to Bandera for an overnight visit with Kenneth and Lorita Owens.

Visiting Doris Havard recently was her granddaughter Morgan Havard of Bryan.

Claude and Lanell Spence enjoyed a visit from Clarence Alford’s daughters Rose, Twyla, Rita and Alice Fay.

On Saturday Claude and Lanell Spence traveled to Flatonia for the annual reunion of the 54th Army Signal Repair Company.

Denyce Spence enjoyed a recent visit in Fairfield with Eric, Kayla, Kaitlyn, Evan and Ely Gilbert. FOREST GROVE NEWS Visiting at the Spence homes this past week were Dallas Spence and a college friend Joey Tuttle.

Hollins Spence and Joey enjoyed a couple of days at football camp.

Denyce and Judy Spitzenburger of Giddings enjoyed time with their dad, Rip Hutson, at the Lexington Homecoming.

The Cork family gathered on Sunday at the home of Micky and Robin Exner to celebrate Ashley Priem’s birthday.

Gail Cork, Robin Exner, Porter Jacob, Ryan, Ashley and Addison Priem enjoyed the Lexington Homecoming parade on Saturday.

James and Connie Britton hosted a gathering with family and friends on Saturday to honor Vaughn Jensen and Denise Jensen on their birthdays and Kacie Britton on her upcoming graduation from Texas Christian University.

Gail Cork, Amy and Victoria Mathis traveled to Georgetown on Friday night with the Country Squares dance team.

Rod and Lu Spence recently enjoyed having the Hildebrand cousins for a weekend. Enjoying the time together were Janice Feany of Iowa; Bob and Arlene Burm of Chicago; Carol Moore of California; Bob and Marti Moore, Peggy Oefinger all of San Antonio; Don and Dorothy Watts of Sugarland; Roger and Arleen Weise, Marv and Norrean Sager of Cuero.

Rod and Lu traveled to Tomball on Friday to watch grandson Spence Rahm play his last baseball game for this school season.


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