sez . . .
Queen Diane, the Prez
Thanks once more to Tom
Burrows for playing fabulous old show tunes for us. Six
people were selected as judges in the Halloween costume contest:
Mel Wilson, Bob Wallace, Pam Feterl, Glen Pettit,
Chuck Gulick and Pat Anderson. The votes will be tallied
and the winners announced by the counters, Tom Gilfoy and
Bill Scherkey. The winners were: Most Attractive – Paul
Westmoreland and Elaine Alexander. Funniest – Sheree
Ingram. Scariest – Howard Backer. Most
Unrecognizable - Bob Martin. Everyone looked great.
Hot spiced cider was served and there was Halloween candy on
Bob Martin (most unrecognizable)
Ed Moulton and
Elaine Alexander & Paul Westmoreland
Ellie Wildermuth and Bill Watts
Frosty and Sheree (Funniest
Howard Baker (Scariest)
Bachy and Daryal
and Jim Reynolds
Salute: Dave Spence
Invocation: Jim Reynolds
Westmoreland introduced Elaine Alexander.
Elaine and Diane
Lloyd and Gigi
Cassandra Rodosta, who of the guest of both she and Diane...
guest of Mary,
Dr. Mark Anthony, Dr.
Ann Knight, Teddy Lee, President of the LCHS Key club
collecting for Unicef. Members greeted them with our
traditional “Hi Neighbor” song.
Anniversaries: Mary and
celebrating 51 years and jointly joined the century club. The
group joined in and sang “Happy Anniversary”.
Bachy celebrated his birthday on October 26th
and joined the century club. A very cheery “Happy Birthday” was
91 year old Birthday boy, Bachy
Secret Greeter: Bob Martin
Fifty-Fifty Drawing: Linda
the Cash Box:
– Children’s Hospital - please donate to the canisters on your
announced the Chamber’s Quarterly Meeting will feature
Supervisor Michael Antonovich, who will speak on State of the
County. It will be Thursday, November 8th, 11:30am
at La Cañada Country Club. Pam Feterl reminded all of the
Travel Adventure Series on November 17., Diane requested
volunteers for the Challenge Air Fly Away this Saturday.
– Dick DeGrey is doing fine and still appreciates any
phones calls; Jeb’s daughter-in-law Vikki is stable.
Hal Thomas is still OK.
had happy bucks for singing
“East Side, West Side”; Mark Alexander had happy/sad
bucks for USC’s loss and their wins up to now. Bob Wallace
had a great vacation and is happy to be back.
Bob, Carl, Linda, and Joel
Howard had happy buck
that Missouri is ranked higher than USC. Ellie
Wildermuth had happy bucks for Ohio State and showed pictures of
her attendance at the homecoming game She was invited by the
University to crown the ‘07/’08 homecoming queen. Paul
Westmoreland threw in a happy for Ohio
and Dinuba. Mary added a, happy for Ohio
State and Missouri.
Speaker, Jimmy Weldon
Jimmy Weldon who spoke on “Spending Your Buried Treasure”
which was a very informative and enthusiastic speech on
planning for your future. Suggested you make a list of what you
want to do. He had two DVDs for sale: one was the program he
presented and the other was a 1957 episode of Dragnet
called “The Big Suicide” which he co-starred in with Jack Webb
and Ben Alexander.
piano tunes by Tom Burrows and Ed Mouton leading
us in “East
Side, West Side “ at the beginning of the meeting and “Come On
Kiwanis” at the conclusion.
Editor: Sheree Ingram
Photographer: Paul Westmoreland
Coordinator: Jeb Long