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Timeless Treasures
BRADNER – The November meeting was a traditional Thanksgiving dinner of turkey with all the trimmings,
attended by 25 members and two guests. The tables at the Bradner American Legion Hall were decorated
with autumn leaves, flower turkeys and Pilgrims.
"Happy Birthday" was sung to Henry Schroeder, Carma Schell and Milford Smith, who was
celebrating his 80th on that day. In his honor, his wife, Bernadine, provided ice cream and a cake
decorated with the U.S. Navy emblem and his picture.
President Betty Lombard led a short business meeting. Schell thanked the group for cards and prayers
received during her recent surgery and convalescence. A card was signed for Joe DiSumma, who was a
patient at Wood County Hospital.
The group welcomed Bruce Mulniex as a new member.
Pat Allen told the members that there are pamphlets describing the flag made by her husband Eldin, which
is for sale at $1.50. A group from Lakota High School was coming to view the flag.
The Lakota High School Show Choir provided a program of music and dance.
The next meeting of Timeless Treasures will be a Christmas dinner at the Edgewood Inn on Dec. 3 at 11:30
a.m. Each one is to bring a wrapped Christmas ornament for the traditional exchange. Christmas cards may
also be brought, if the senior so desires. All area seniors are welcome to attend.