Episcopal Church women
EAST LIVERPOOL - Episcopal Church Women met Saturday, Nov. 10. President Pro Lem Elaine Richards presided in the absence of Linda Williams. Twelve members recited the Lord's Prayers.
Secretary's report was read by Midge Lowe.
Treasurer's report was given by Terry Sprague. Both reports were approved.
There was no old business.
Under new business, the Bishop will be here on Sunday, Nov. 18th for confirmation and renewal of baptism vows. A light luncheon will be provided by the ECW.
A donation from the ECW will be made as a memorial for Tom Archer who recently passed away.
Following was a luncheon in honor of Dorothy Miller who will be leaving the area to reside at Copeland Oaks in Sebring.
Tops Ohio 1341
EAST LIVERPOOL - Tops Ohio 1341 met Nov. 12 at the Glenmoor Presbyterian Church with Janice Hutchin presiding in the absence of leader Judy McComas. Jane Proctor was best loser with runner up being Cassie Ensinger. Winners of the weekly drawings were, calorie chart - Marwynne Serafy; junk food - Barb Hill; 50-50 - Ensinger and jackpot - Betty James. Losing three weeks in a row were Margaret Jackman and James. Two Tops and 2 Kops remain on the check contest. Sally Nicholson was recognized for 56 weeks attendance. Barb Kalinowski and Joan Burlingame hold the travel boxes. The Christmas Party will be Dec. 3 at the Motor Lodge was discussed. Members held a discussion on various subjects. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer.
EAST LIVERPOOL - The Triangle Srs. met at noon, Nov. 14, for their Thanksgiving dinner, which was catered by Brickers.
President June Mullen welcomed everyone there and then gave the blessing. After eating a delicious dinner we had our meeting.
The king and queen for Nov. were chosen. The queen was Cindy Williams and the king was Ralph Miller. We then celebrated Nov. birthdays by singing happy birthday to Blanche Putnam and Cindy Williams. The secretaries report was read by Lois Brown who graciously filled in for Thelma Grossen.
Mullen then called on committee reports. Hospitality and sunshine chairman Williams said there was 27 members. She had cards to sign and send to Vivian Salisbury and Helen Vischak. Calling committee chairman Jana Lawrence said she had called Grossens people as she was away.
Head of election committee Thelma Miller thanked her committee of Lawrence, Alice Richardson, Helen Risbeck, Williams and Minnie. Nominated for President was Mullen, for 1st V.P. is Buck Williams, Secretary is Mary Powell, Treasurer Dorothy Poole and Trustee Alice Richardson. Remaining trustees will be Lucy Juneau and Risbeck.
Mullen brought up Christmas projects. She asked the club if they still wanted to do the $1.00 gift exchange (for either a man or a woman) and they agreed to do so. Cindy and Buck Williams agreed to do Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus again this year to pass out the gifts. Fred Putnam agreed to take care of the collection again of canned and dry food for charity. The club also collects and donates hats, mittens and scarves to the schools and Jean Bookman agreed to do that. Lawrence agreed, with the help of Ellen Michaels, to do our bags of Christmas candy.
Our door prize was won by June McCoy and she returned it to the club. The and was won by Lucille Smith and she also returned it. Vivian Salisbury donated some jewelry, etc. to the club and it was voted on to sell the jewelry individually and Richardson agreed to be in charge of that. It was also agreed to put the purses in the spring auction. The meeting was adjourned.
A Thanksgiving reading was given by Lawrence and Mullen. Bingo followed.
The next meeting will be at noon, with a sack lunch, on Nov. 28th.