By DON ARNDT
On the Main Street at Frontier Village about mid way, you will see a strange white wooden building that looks like it is at least two times too tall for its size.
A man named John Deihl owned a farm south of Pleasant Gap, MO and decided he wanted to make life a little easier and somewhat more pleasant for his wife Rosa. John’s wife had the first indoor running water anyone knew of at the time in 1917!
The Adrian Lady Blackhawks volleyball team held their end of the season awards banquet Friday, November 22 at Wimfields On Main.
Pictured are - Front row: Malory Moles, Lacee Bagby, Bailey Reed, Brenna Adkins, Ally Jennings. Back row - Shelby Pittman, Maddie Reynolds, Kaitlyn Miller, Anna Walley, Lauren Shipley.
(photo by Lynn Bagby)
See the November 28 issue of The Adrian Journal for a list of awards.
Right: Jaeden Schleim, 12, of Ballard, MO, bagged his first deer, a 9 point buck, on opening day of rifle season while hunting with his grandpa Curt Schliem.
Far right: Makenna Merrifield, 7, of Adrian killed her first deer, a button-buck, on the opening day of youth season. She was hunting with her dad, Mason and older brother, Myles at a friend’s farm.
The children of Jerry and Roberta Jenkins would like to honor their parents 50th Wedding Anniversary on December 7, 2013 by inviting friends and family to shower them with cards to celebrate this special occasion. Please join us by sending cards to: Jerry and Roberta Jenkins, 3 Hillcrest Drive, Kimberling City, MO 65686.
Gary William Oliver, age 65 of Butler, Missouri went trucking into Heaven Thursday, November 21, 2013 at his home in Butler. He was born March 1, 1948 to James Donald and Carolyn Rebecca Perkins Oliver in Belton, Missouri.
Funeral services were Sunday, November 24, 2013 at Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel in Butler, Missouri with Rev. Ernie Cecil officiating. Cremation following services. Contributions, American Diabetes Association or American Kidney Foundation.