FRONT ROW, FROM LEFT, Violet(Engelman)Sisney, Esther(Grote)Grattendick, Donna(Wilkey)Spenner, Kay(Moss)Cook, Shirley(Cress)Schnitker and Fern(Klingenberg)Turpin. BACK ROW,Waldo Klingenberg, Willy Spenner, Dennis Luessenheide, Larry House, Charles Mattingly and Don Warnsing. NOT PICTURED, Earl Schnitker and Clinton Braly. The Class of 1958 celebrated their 60th reunion on June 8-10, at a casual dinner and visit to the State Theater on Friday
Albert and MaryAnn (Bonk) Ryterski of rural Nashville celebrated 60 years of marriage on June 7, 2018. Friends and family joined them at a 8 a.m. thanksgiving mass which was held Sunday, June 10, at St. Mary Magdalen, Todds Mill. The family then enjoyed breakfast at the Oakdale Country Kitchen. Al and MaryAnn have been
Marvin and Norma Boldt are celebrating their 60th Wedding anniversary. They were married on June 14, 1958, at White Swan Baptist Church. Their parents are the late Albert and Marietta Boldt, and the late Louis and Hazel Scherer. Their family members include daughter Cindy Johnson and husband James of Paris, Tenn.; son Jerry Boldt and
Hugo and Maxine Stein of rural Okawville are happy to announce their 55th Wedding Anniversary. Hugo and Maxine (Ziarnek) Stein were united in marriage on Maxine’s birthday, May 25, 1963, at St. Barbara’s Catholic Church in Scheller. They have two children, Norbert Stein and Brenda (Stein) Averbeck. Norbert, his wife, Amy, and daughter, Chelsey, reside
William Paul Lloyd Diekemper. DIEKEMPER William Paul Lloyd Diekemper son of Brandon and Melissa Diekemper of Nashville, was born at 7:54 am on April 27, 2018 at St. Joseph’s in Breese. He weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces and was 21 inches long. Big sister Alice Diekemper, welcomed him home. Maternal grandparents are Paul and Diane
“Headline” This week shelter pet is a four-month-old male kitten. “His tail has not been cut,” Dolly with the Partners for Pets said, “it is just very short.” She added that “Headline” (because he’s black and white, and because this is a newspaper) needs to go to home where he will be a inside-only cat.
Faith Perspectives – June 6, 2018 By Rev. Beverly Kahle St. Paul UCC- Nashville This Sunday we celebrate Father’s Day. Did you know that originally Father’s Day was celebrated on Pentecost? I don’t know why – maybe to remind us of the deep connection each father has to our Heavenly Father, the God Almighty who
The caption for the photo titled “NCHS Seniors Receive Approximately One Million Dollars In Scholarships” on Page A5 of the May 30, 2018 Edition of The Nashville News contains an error. It should state that Avery Meade will be attending Taylor University. The Nashville News regrets the error.
Nashville Moose Lodge 2560 made a donation of $500 to help support the Nashville Fireworks for the 4th of July. The Moose Lodge is represented by Junior Past Governor Mark Hale, LEFT, while Steve Haertling, RIGHT, who organizes the fireworks accepted the check.
ACTIVITIES Wednesday, June 13 Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, use education center doors, 7 p.m. Open Gym Nights for Youth, Nashville Community Center, sponsored by Nashville Assembly of God, 7 to 8 p.m. Recycling truck, behind Farm Bureau, 7:30 a.m. – noon. Thursday, June 14 Nashville Farmers Market, in front