THE BEST OF THYMES HERB CLUB
The Best of Thymes Herb Club met Oct. 20 at the Church of the Nazarene, with Jean Hull serving as hostess. Charlene Miller gave the table grace before 24 members enjoyed the annual soup supper.
President Peggy Potts shared information about a former member, Martha Atkinson, who has moved to Ohio. A get-well card was signed by all.
Announcements included: An open house at The Gathering shop near Sullivan, Nov. 8-9; Quilt Show in Bloomington Nov. 14-15; and the Craft Bazaar at Northview High School, Nov. 22.
Jean Hull told about basil for the Herb of the Month. It was decided to use a flower of the month next year.
Jean Alsip showed how to make a pinwheel ornament using a Christmas potholder. She provided supplies for everyone to make their own ornament. Roxie Cunningham showed the members how to make a paper ball ornament; everyone cut circles and used glue to make the project. Door prize was won by Pat Krider. The hostess received a gift.
Present were Claralou Thompson, Laura Kennedy, Karen Staub, Lois Lawson, Sindy Phillips, Bev Webster, Beth Meuser, Carolyn Petty, Roxanne Cunningham, Peggy Potts, Sue Thompson, Jean Alsip, Pat Krider, Sipriana Bussing, Jean Hull, Rita Rose, Nancy Cox, Pat Deakins, Rozanne Aker, Charlene Miller, Ruth Timm, Jean Rowings, Rose Marie Weber and Jeanne McMichael.
The next meeting, Italian Night, will be Nov. 20 at the home of Jean Alsip. Karen Staub and Pat Wilkinson will have a craft project.