By Joyce Mueller
October, the transition month, heralds many special things and events.
Pumpkins have appeared; apples are in abundance; leaves are flying in a downward dance; Halloween is approaching; and, of course, the World Series games are in full force.
It is a wonderful time to enjoy the activities of Evergreen Outreach, and you would discover that you are having a great time each Monday afternoon.
A good pastor friend of mine brought the following story to my attention:
It is said that one morning in 1888, Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, picked up a paper and read an account of his death.
The ExxonMobil Annuitants Club met on Sept. 29 for its monthly meeting and luncheon at Ponderosa Steakhouse in Vandalia.
There were 25 members present, as well as two guests, Kenneth and Angie Hagen from Shelbyville.
Following the pledge to the flag, Brock Fisher gave the meal prayer. After the meal, President Dean Black called the meeting to order, the secretary and treasurer report was given and approved.
Birthdays and anniversaries for September were read.
Sarah Roberts of Vandalia and Scott Windler of St. Charles, Mo., were united in marriage on Friday, July 23, 2010, at Old Hickory Golf Course in St. Peters, Mo., with the Rev. Andrew Erickson performing the outdoor ceremony.
Listening to the Cardinals on the Radio
(Like Dad Did)
That time is here again – the baseball playoffs and the St Louis Cardinals are in them!
We do not have cable or satellite. We still have an antenna with the little “box,” which usually works fine for us, for what television we watch … until the baseball playoffs and begin.
We have two modern version radios, neither of which will pick up KMOX good enough to hear it.
Warren, Lucretia, Adam, Erin and Wilbert Schroeder of St. Peter and Bonnie Clark of Shobonier attended the fall concert at Kaskaskia College on Oct. 4.
Kent Clark, son of Warren and Lucretia, performed with the orchestra on the alto saxophone.
Belinda Harpster accompanied Stacey and Haley Bergmann to Peoria over the weekend to the 22nd annual Christ Lutheran Volleyball Tournament.
There were 24 teams in the tournament, and the Lady Saints finished in fourth place.
St. Peter Church