RUSHVILLE — The Noble Niters met Oct. 24 at the New Salem Methodist Church Ed Building. Eleven members and one guest answered the roll call response with their favorite Halloween costume. This was a dinner meeting provided by county membership chairmen Marlene Fudge and Connie Meyer. Our club won the dinner by gaining the most new members this year. Marlene read “The 2.99 Special” for inspiration. Linda Murphy gave an informative report on medications and prescriptions and discussed if brand names and genetics are really the same. A report was given on the Achievement Night and Living Well conference. Members were reminded that the Christmas meeting will be at Highpoint Orchard at 6:30 on Dec. 12. We will be having an ornament exchange. Our club will be providing election day meals for Noble township. The meeting ended with Marlene hosting a Family Feud game. All members won a door prize for their participation. The next meeting will be at the home of Dixie Meyer on Nov. 14 with Beth Barnes as co- hostess. Members are reminded to bring donations for the food pantry. The lesson will be by Joni Naylor on preparing for winter.
Sally Cull will celebrate her 80th birthday on Dec. 15, 2013.
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- Gwinnup retirement open house announced Deanna Gwinnup will be retiring after 31 years of service at the Rush/Shelby Farm Service Agency. An open house will be held in her honor from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 26 at the Manilla USDA Service Center, 2779 S 840 W, Manilla.
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