What’s New at the O’Fallon Historical Society #2 – July 13, 2016

A small group of residents from Cedarhurst Care Center of Shiloh came over to visit the O’Fallon Historical Society Museum recently. They enjoyed their time with us at the OHS Museum as you will see in the happy faces of Shirley and Elda below.

Shirley Busch-Mullett is having fun remembering when she and her OTHS friends cleaned the basketball court after a dance, as seen in the photo she's holding. They were all covered with black shoe marks on their clothes and skin. Note Shirley is wearing her old OTHS Letterman's sweater, as Dorothy Scott-Falk makes sure we can see the "O" Letter on it, which Shirley donated to the OHS Museum a few years ago for all OTHS students and graduates to enjoy when they visit the OHS Museum. (Submitted Photo)

Shirley Busch-Mullett is having fun remembering when she and her OTHS friends cleaned the basketball court after a dance, as seen in the photo she’s holding. They were all covered with black shoe marks on their clothes and skin. Note Shirley is wearing her old OTHS Letterman’s sweater, as Dorothy Scott-Falk makes sure we can see the “O” Letter on it, which Shirley donated to the OHS Museum a few years ago for all OTHS students and graduates to enjoy when they visit the OHS Museum. (Submitted Photo)

 

98 Year-Old Elda Viola Keck Scheibel (widow of Cyril Scheibel) stopped by the OHS Museum with other residents of Cedarhurst Care Center in Shiloh. At 98 years old Elda is one of the oldest visitors to the OHS Museum. Elda is pictured in the William Holden - Bernie Fuchs Area of the museum. (Submitted Photo)

98 Year-Old Elda Viola Keck Scheibel (widow of Cyril Scheibel) stopped by the OHS Museum with other residents of Cedarhurst Care Center in Shiloh. At 98 years old Elda is one of the oldest visitors to the OHS Museum. Elda is pictured in the William Holden – Bernie Fuchs Area of the museum. (Submitted Photo)

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