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OGHS Class of 1997

NEW CUMBERLAND — The Oak Glen High School Class of 1997 reunited for their 20 year reunion. The classmates enjoyed dinner at Casa de Emanuel and then an after party at the Chester American Legion.

Tops 1957

WELLSVILLE — TOPS 1957 of Wellsville met on Oct. 24, with leader Peggy Kiddey opening the meeting with pledges, roll call and then Dee Davis led the group in prayer.

Kiddey was the TOPS best loser and wore the officers ribbon. Terry Coen won the dimes and Mary Jarvis donated a Halloween decoration that was won by Coen.

The no-no for the week is pizza.

There will be no meeting on Oct. 31, due to Halloween.

The Halloween costume contest winners were as follows: prettiest, Norma Rodgers; scariest, Gladys Buzzard; most original, Barb Tranter; funniest, Mary Hart, and most unusual was Mary Schmidt.

Kiddey closed the meeting wishing all a good week. Next meeting is Nov. 7.

Area Seniors

EAST LIVERPOOL — The East Liverpool Area Seniors met Oct. 26, with 17 members in attendance. Jean Tomlison asked Jana Lawrence to read from the Bible then the members said the Lord’s Prayer, pledge of the American flag and two verses of “America”.

Diane Carnegie read the minutes from the Oct. 19 meeting. Gail Grimm read the Treasurer’s report which ws approved for audit. Jana Lawrence and Ralph Samberson made a motion for the bills to be paid.

Club Supervisor Martha Baxter gave discussion about Thanksgiving dinner which will be held Nov. 9. Money must be in by Nov. 2 and the Christmas dinner will be Dec. 14.

For the best Halloween shirt it was won by Lois Burris. Tomlison won the 50/50.

Grimm read about misprints in Senior news and Lois Kidd read about curling apple peel.

The next meeting will be Nov. 2 at 1 p.m. Motion to adjourn was made by Margaret Brown and Jo Ann Fickes.

Members closed the meeting by singing closing prayer song and Lawrence gave closing prayer.

Pizza and all kinds of desserts was served to members and then bingo was played.

All area seniors all welcomed to attend meetings at 1 p.m. at St. Stephen’s.

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