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Collecting arrowheads topic of Sept. 16 meeting
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ALBANY - Collecting Indian arrowheads and relics is the subject of Janet and Steve Gobeli's program for Albany Historical Society members and guests on Tuesday, September 16 at the Museum, 119 N. Water St., downtown Albany. Visitors are always welcome at the group's meetings on the third Tuesday of the month.

A short business meeting at 7:30 p.m. will precede the Gobeli presentation, according to President Ruth Beckman, and refreshments will be served after the program with Elaine and Lyle Trow as hosts.

Janet Gobeli's father was a close friend of the late Ralph Hammerly of rural Monticello, a long-time member of the Albany Historical Society, and the two men taught Janet and many, many others the art of finding and collecting arrowheads and other Indian relics. She will share her knowledge and display some of the items she and her husband have found in their hunts.

Those in attendance will be able to visit with Janet and Steve during the refreshment time and take a closer look at their displays.