A spot of tea and history


Shirley Hillier, of VanWert, wore a flowery hat and pearl necklace to the event “Afternoon Tea with the Shelby County Historical Society” Wednesday, June 13. The tea party was held at the Ross Historical Center. Faye Spangler, of Anna, gave a presentation in the character of Lois Lenski on the world and Sidney in the early 20th century. Salmon sandwiches, wraps and scones were some of the other foods offered during the tea party.

Shirley Hillier, of VanWert, wore a flowery hat and pearl necklace to the event “Afternoon Tea with the Shelby County Historical Society” Wednesday, June 13. The tea party was held at the Ross Historical Center. Faye Spangler, of Anna, gave a presentation in the character of Lois Lenski on the world and Sidney in the early 20th century. Salmon sandwiches, wraps and scones were some of the other foods offered during the tea party.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shirley Hillier, of VanWert, wore a flowery hat and pearl necklace to the event “Afternoon Tea with the Shelby County Historical Society” Wednesday, June 13. The tea party was held at the Ross Historical Center. Faye Spangler, of Anna, gave a presentation in the character of Lois Lenski on the world and Sidney in the early 20th century. Salmon sandwiches, wraps and scones were some of the other foods offered during the tea party.

Shirley Hillier, of VanWert, wore a flowery hat and pearl necklace to the event “Afternoon Tea with the Shelby County Historical Society” Wednesday, June 13. The tea party was held at the Ross Historical Center. Faye Spangler, of Anna, gave a presentation in the character of Lois Lenski on the world and Sidney in the early 20th century. Salmon sandwiches, wraps and scones were some of the other foods offered during the tea party.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/06/web1_SDN061418TeaParty.jpgShirley Hillier, of VanWert, wore a flowery hat and pearl necklace to the event “Afternoon Tea with the Shelby County Historical Society” Wednesday, June 13. The tea party was held at the Ross Historical Center. Faye Spangler, of Anna, gave a presentation in the character of Lois Lenski on the world and Sidney in the early 20th century. Salmon sandwiches, wraps and scones were some of the other foods offered during the tea party. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News