iss Mary Jane Lewis of Honolulu, Hawaii returned home Monday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Lewis Jr. and other relatives.
Mrs. Catherine Thompson, Mrs. Christine Baker, Mrs. Shirley Kyle and Goldie Leachman spent the weekend at Branson, Missouri and Silver Dollar City.
The Salem Christian Church, near Weston, will host the fall meeting of the Platte County Christian Women’s Fellowship on Wednesday, Oct. 6. There will be a covered dish luncheon at noon. The afternoon program will be a book review by Mrs. B.T. Brown of “Women in History.”
Mrs. Bill Brightwell returned to her home near Camden Point Friday from a visit of several weeks in Germany with her family and friends. She attended a class reunion while there.
Platte City’s water tower, that was erected in 1929 when city water was installed, was pulled down last Wednesday. The tower stood 100 feet high and weighed approximately 30 tons. It came down in one piece. Judge Alfred Kyle gets the scrap for taking it down and cutting it up and removing the same scrap. Don Soper owns the land where it was located on what has been known as “water tower hill” for the past 47 years.