EAST LIVERPOOL - Southwick Griscom Kinney Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution enjoyed their October meeting at the Hart Mansion in Minerva.
The Hart Mansion sits on four acres, high on a hill overlooking the heart of Minerva. It is an example of Italianate architecture that was the most popular housing style in Victorian America. Built in 1869, the original owner was George F. Yengling. After his death it was acquired by Hiram H. Hart. The last owners, Paul and Gertrude Hart restored most of the home to it's original state.
After an excellent meal, Regent Heidi Blosser chaired the business meeting and several members provided committee reports. The program was
"Family Heirloom Jewelry Favorites." Members brought in many interesting items for this fun "show and tell" afternoon.
WELLSVILLE - Tops 1957 met on Nov. 6th with leader Connie Hissam presiding. The winners for the Halloween contest were as follows: Sally Workman, most original; Karen Stull, Grossest and Peggy Imburgia were the cutest.
Tickets winners for the Halloween party were Terry Coen, Janice Monte, Tina Green, Linda Haynes, Kim Kidder and Dee Davis.
Hissam thanked all of the members who dressed up and also the members that helped decorate.
Lynn Bolen was the Tops best loser, Verla Betteridge was the Kops best loser and Hissam wore the officer's ribbon. Sally Workman won the dimes.
The no no for the week is potatoes and ice cream.
The meeting was closed with Hissam wishing all a good week.