by Toni Wilson · October 30, 2013
The Hazen—Polman family reunion was held Sunday, Sept. 29, at St. Mary’s Hall in Nichols, with a potluck dinner.
The Hazen family has resided in Nichols since the 19th century, and the Polman family moved to Nichols in the late 1920s.
The oldest member in attendance was Lee Ulch with his wife Louise, from Gladbrook. The youngest was Stephanie Polman’s one-year-old daughter, Aubry of West Liberty.
Other attendees include: Kathleen Meeks of West Branch; Bob and Carolyn Polman of Iowa City, Harold and Shirley Bohr of Wellman, Rick and Marge Polman, Brian and Tonya Polman and Mirielle, Emily Polman, Adam and Aaron Reinhardt, Mike and Sheila Polman, Dave and Sandra Enderle all of West Liberty, Matt and Crystal Polman, Keira and Kayla of Wilton, Bob and Mary Soukup of Windham, Lois Cordwell of Muscatine, Casey and Jill Hazen of Vinton, Rocky and Sara Wagaman, Cael, Colton, Carly and Callun of Moscow, Annette Cahil of Tipton, Tom and Phyllis Hazen, Dawn Hazen, Charlie and Sally Hazen, Doug and Rene’ Mills, Albert Mills, Lori Hazen, Kent Mills, all of Nichols.
St. Mary's auction and luncheon
St. Mary’s auction and luncheon will be held on Sunday, Nov. 3, at the church hall. The luncheon will include chicken and noodle dinner (with real mashed potatoes), homemade vegetable beef soup, sloppy joes and desserts.
Items for the silent auction may be dropped off at the church Hall next week. The hall will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 28 through Nov. 1. All clean items in good useable condition will be welcome. No clothing, please.
The Hall will open at 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 3rd for the luncheon and silent auction. The silent auction will end at 1 p.m. and the regular auction will begin.
Senior citizen Thanksgiving
The planning committee for the Senior Citizen Thanksgiving Dinner will meet on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. at the Nichols Christian Church.