Lilly Lines by Jack Barlick 886-4694
SILVER SPRING TOWNSHIP
Lilly native Harold Kertes was elected to the position of township supervisor in Silver Spring Township near Mechanicsburg. He is a son of Mary (Cassidy) and Mike Kertes, formerly of Lilly. Harold had served as a police officer in Lilly Borough.
A cold morning greeted those who attended the Veterans Day service held by the Lilly American Legion on November 11th at the War Memorial field. A round of applause was given to old soldier Paul “Moose” Sweeney, 95, who served as the Captain of the Firing Squad and also read the VFW prayer. He is a WW11 Army veteran.
A special treat at the horse and sleigh rides will be at 5:30 PM when Santa, Mrs. Claus and all their helpers will take a sleigh ride on the streets of Lilly, sponsored by the GBU. The public is invited to greet them and get pictures taken of the event. There are still rides available and can be signed up for at Galls Insurance Agency. The cost is only $3 per rider.
Steve, the sculptor, was back in town from Louisville this past weekend and installed the mule and coal car at the Miners Monument. Some touch up work and the installation of miner lamps remain to be completed along with the Saint Barbara statue and donor credits to be added.
John Schaffranek, Margaret Conrad, Stephen Mardula, Lauren Ronan and Ray Serre all celebrate their birthdays today, November 14, followed by Tyler Prebish, Mark Przybyz, Joyce Pyo, James Steberger, Alex Walters, Sarah Wilson and Joanna Driskel on the 15th. On the 17th it will be party time for Cody Miller, Ronald George and Tabitha Sibis. John Weber and Krista Miklinskiget to celebrate on the 18th and then it is cake and ice cream time for Cory Burkett, Robin Lee, Walter Nadolsky, Taylor Rabatin and Dominic Stiffler on the 19th. Happy Birthday to All.
Michael and Shelley McIntosh celebrate their wedding anniversary on the 15th followed by Andrew and Josephine Lysic and James and Sonja Moyer on the 20th. Best Wishes to each couple.
You are an old timer for sure if you can remember when just on Main Street you had M&M Leahey, C.A Hughes Company Store, Albarano’s Grocery, Greens Market, Pipers Store and J.K Georges to get your groceries.
If that’s not enough you could go around the corner to Ott Bierleys on Cleveland Street or Obester’s on Grant Street.
Lots of choices back then.