• Florence Stevenson of Richland attended the Schuyler Volunteer Firefighters Auxiliary spaghetti feed Nov. 5 at the Schuyler Fire Hall.

• Mary and Abby Walker of Bennington and Chelsea Kasik of Columbus were Nov. 8 visitors of Marilyn Kasik.

• Felicia Case, granddaughter of Shirley Engel, observed a birthday on Nov. 10.

• Rena Schaffer of Margate, Florida, returned home on Nov. 13 after spending five months with relatives in the area. She was a houseguest of her sister Amy Duncan and a sister to Quient Schaffer.

• Janet Loseke of Richland and her sister Beth Kuhr of Leigh were among the hostesses who honored Kayla Hollatz with a baby shower on the afternoon of Nov. 12 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Leigh. Games were enjoyed and Kayla opened gifts. A dessert was served to those present. Among those present were Alice Imholte of Columbus and the baby’s future grandmother Joan Hollatz of Creston.

• Teri Chromy of Linwood and her granddaughter Macie Kruse of Cedar Bluffs were Nov. 8 visitors of Marcella Schmid, a resident at Prairie Village Retirement Center in Columbus.

• The Columbus football team and guests held their football banquet on the evening of Nov. 12 at Columbus High School. Awards were presented to the players. Attending were Jacob Plugge, a member of the Columbus freshman team, his mother Kathy Plugge of Richland and Randy Paczosa of Silver Creek.

• A nice crowd attended the Richland School Veterans Day Program held Nov. 8 in the afternoon in the school gym. The music teacher, Miss Tschida, gave the welcome. Then the students, teachers and those in attendance stood and said the Pledge of Allegiance and sang "The Star-Spangled Banner." The veterans were asked to stand and were recognized. Grades K-6 sang "I Love My Country." Then Mrs. Stevenson’s class, grades K-2, gave a salute to our veterans and sang "America." Miss Papa’s class, grades 3-4, gave a Veterans Day reading and sang "This is America" and "We Remember." Mrs. Bench’s class, grades 5-6, gave the history of Veterans Day and a demonstration of flag folding. In closing, all the students sang a patriotic medley. The program was enjoyed by all.

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