EAST LIVERPOOL - The East Liverpool Area Seniors held their last meeting of the month on Aug. 30 at St. Stephens Church with 18 members present. The meeting opened with a lovely scripture reading by Shirley Hayes. The president Ruth Wynn led members into The Lords Prayer, salute to the Flag and 2 verses of America.
President Wynn called for the secretarial report by JoAnn Fickes, and Fickes called the officers roll call and will read two weeks minutes next week due to her absence for one week. Treasurer Gail Grimm made her weekly report stating 2 new bills was submitted and president Wynn asked for motion to pay bills. Jean Tomlison made the first motion and Thelma Hupp made the second the motion. The motion was approved and stands.
In the absence of the Club Supervisor Harriet Slagle, President Ruth Wynn reminded everyone of the card party at noon Sept. 10. The food will be donated by members and has been volunteered. The club still needs prizes for a little drawing.
A beautiful bouquet of rusty red colored carnations was won by the 100 year young member Pat Brown.
The lucky recipient of the 50/50 was Fickes. The story time started with Brown reciting poetry and concluded with president Wynn telling some short stories. Motion to close was made by Thelma Hupp and Jean Stoddard. The usual closing occurred with the evening prayer and the closing prayer by Shirley Hayes.
The next meeting will be Sept. 6. The club will furnish lunch next week, and the lunch hostess will be Margaret Wolfe.
Tomlison made the first motion and Hupp second the motion. The motion was approved by majority.
WELLSVILLE - Tops 1957 of Wellsville met on August 28 with leader Connie Hissam opening the meeting with Kop/Tops pledges, roll call and prayer.
The Tops best loser of the week was Karen Stull and Hissam wore the officer's ribbon. Peggy Imburgia and Anita Kukich each turned in 10 weight loss slips and received a tea towel. Lisa Ceneviva won the calorie chart drawing and the dimes will be carried over until next week.
The no no's for the week are chips.
Martha Baxter and Diane Carnegie donated a gift basket that was won by Verla Betteridge.
Anita Kukich received a charm for returning from vacation with a weight loss.
Birthdays were celebrated by Pam Collins, Kim Kidder and Beverly Bolton.
The baseball contest is over and Team 1 is the winner.
Hissam asked all members to bring in a suggestion as to where to have our Christmas party this year so we can get a place reserved. It will be decided by private voting and the majority will win.
Donna Hawksworth gave a program on "I'll Start Tomorrow" and "Combating Procrastination" and finished with her weekly funny story.
Hissam closed the meeting with a song and all members holding hands.
Tops Ohio 1341
GLENMOOR - Tops Ohio 1341 met Aug. 27 at the Glenmoor Presbyterian Church with leader Nancy Kelly presiding. Twenty-five weighed in. Best loser was Kelly and runners up were Jane Proctor and Margaret Higgins. Winners of the weekly drawings were calorie chart - Barb Hill, weight loss and junk foods - Proctor, jackpot - Kitti Phillips and 50-50 - guest Vivian Mars who donated the money back to the club. Losing 3 weeks in a row were Marwynne Serafy, Higgins and Sally Nicholson.
Recognized for attendance were Pat Allison for eight weeks, Sis Meredith for twenty-four weeks and Margaret Jackman for forty-eight weeks and she received a price of $10. Dee Mattern and Jackman hold the travel boxes. Meredith presented the program which was a food exchange scramble.
Leader Kelly announced there will be no meeting on Sept. 3 due to Labor Day holiday. Also there will be a $5 auction as a fun raiser on Sept. 17. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer.