Spread SMILES today. Smile at everyone. When you smile at someone, the smile will be spread to another, and another. It’s a small thing, but can do amazing things.
If you haven’t gotten your garden weeded yet, then you are with me. But who knew that their was a day to Weed your Garden Nationally!!!
In my option, Cheese should be it’s own food group. I would rather have cheese then chocolate. Happy National Cheese Day Everyone.
Join us in the Elm Creek Township Community Building at 6:30pm to watch “Mary Poppins”. Folding Chairs will be available, but you are encouraged to bring your Lawn Chairs. Popcorn will be available for a donation. All money from the Popcorn will go to the Library’s Summer Reading Program.
Today our group was small, but that is ok. We made some awesome Tie Died Shirts using……. Sharpie Markers!!!! So if you are jealous that you missed out, bring in a white T-Shirt or Tank Top and we will provide the rest of the supplies.
Starting Monday June 4, 2018 our hours are changing. We will be open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. Our hope is that this will help make the library more available to our patrons.
Here is a wonderful photo, looking on to 5th Street. If I am correct this would be the West Side of 5th Street looking North, and you would have been standing at the corner of Main and 5th.
Also don’t forget to vote for your 3 favorite musical’s. Our First Movie Night will be on June 2nd.
Photo’s are able to take us back in time. Let us go back to this photo I found here in the library of 5 young men. The Young Men in this photo are: Mark Coffin, Charlie Horton, George S. Riegel, John Vining (not sure the spelling is correct), and Robert E. Meyers. Handsome group of young men.
This photo was taken here in Wilsey by Peddycord. This Photo was taken in………… 1892.
When you come through Wilsey now, as a young person (below the age of 45) and you look around it looks lonely and lost. At one time thanks to the railroad Wilsey was busy little town. There were doctors, a dentist, Bank, gas station, a theater, and even a grocery store. All of that is gone now. The school closed down in 2002. Those of us still here in Wilsey have chosen it for different reasons. My family and I love this little town.
So Saturday I did not get the photo posted on here, but I did on Facebook. This photo is of the Train and the Train Station that use to be here in Wilsey. I do not know the year of the photo.
I was driving down one of the dirt road, and out my back window all I could see was dust. That inspired me to find a picture from the Dust Bowl.
The Huge Black Sunday storm strikes the Church of God in Ulysses, Kansas, 1935. (Photo: Historic Adobe Museum)