Four Seasons Ladies Bridge Met

WINONA LAKE – The Four Seasons Ladies Bridge met Wednesday at Grace Village. Winners were Betty Walston, Elaine Tripp and Peg Zimmerman. The hostess was Liz Frazzetta.

Kosciusko County Extension

Homemakers To Hold  Holiday Program

The Kosciusko County Extension Homemakers annual Holiday Program will take place on Nov. 22 at the Atwood Community Center, 213 East Hovey St., Warsaw.  This year’s theme is “Oh Christmas Tree!”  Registration begins at 9a.m. with morning snacks.   

The program includes lessons, demonstrations, make it and take its, lunch and morning refreshments and door prizes.  Tippecanoe Township Extension Homemakers Club will furnish morning refreshments and the Atwood Home Study Club serves lunch.

Cost is $10 per person, all-inclusive.  Register by Friday to Sue Martin at 574-202-0938 or by email at   

Wednesday Night Bridge Met

Wednesday Night Bridge played Wednesday. The group had five tables with the following winners:  John Wagley, Dorothy Herring, Mike Herring, Tom Anderson, Mary Thompson and Jan Chiddister. John and Janet Wagley are host and hostess for November.  The next meeting is on Wednesday. The group would like to share its bridge night with interested bridge players. If interested, call Janet Wagley at 574-268-1330.

Bridge At SPEC In North Webster

NORTH WEBSTER – Bridge at SPEC played Tuesday. Mike Wyrick came in first and Jerry Hetrick came in second. The group also played Thursday. Mike Wyrick came in first and  Jean Cowan came in second.

Winona Literary Club Meets

The Winona Literary Club met Wednesday at the Robin Hood Community Center with 20 members and one guest.  The group welcomed one new member, Pauline Becknell.

Paula Ibach gave a history of the club.  It began back in the late 1890's when H. H. Myers came up with the idea of having a club to liven up the winters in Winona Lake while all the Bible conference people were gone and there was nothing to do.  She recruited 15 members. By 1908, the club joined the Federated Women's Clubs with 55 members.  The club grew and still survives to enrich the lives of women today.

 Phyllis Borkholder gave a book review  by Janice Kaplan entitled “Gratitude Diaries.”  She challenged the group with the importance of living a life of gratitude. She backed up this with studies which showed a healthier lifestyle and longer life.

The meeting ended with a time of singing prepared by Norma Roose at the piano.  Her daughter-in-law, Melinda Roose, led the group  in World War I songs - most of which are still remembered.

Grace Thursday Bridge Meets

Grace Thursday Bridge met on Thursday. Edith Vikour was hostess. Winners were Carol Freeman, Sharon  Holtz and Betty Walston.

Lambda Chi Omega Sorority Meeting

WINONA LAKE ­– Lambda Chi Omega Sorority­ met at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday  at Grace Village. It had a memorial service at 6:30 p.m. The hostesses were Sandy Nellans and Liz Surface.