My Dad, stepmom, Ken and my brother-in-laws mom, Patsy.
Our dinner was just wonderful. Everything was homemade. Slaw, potato salad, bread and butter pickles, pickled beets and more. Delicious!
Oh the choices........so many to choose from!
The "fry" area. They were frying chicken and fish.
Here is a picture of the original church. I'm not sure when it was torn down, but had to be sometime after 1941; then they built the community building where every gathered after that.
This sounds amusing!
Poster advertising the fish fry--dated 1941
This one is dated 1938. I bet those Royal Flush Noveltyl Boys were entertaining.
This is the cemetery, across the road from the community area.
Okay, who can resist exploring an old cemetery on a hot afternoon in July?