The cleanup after the flood is over, and its FINALLY time for the golf tournament.
More details here!
Pop by the museum this weekend and check out our new display of greeting cards from the early 1900’s, on display in the Arnold room.by
If you missed our annual holiday event, please stop by for a visit during normal visiting hours and say ‘hi’. Check out the Christmas music boxes from “ye olde days”, and see other items from Arnold’s long and rich history.
Remember that the AHS always appreciates your donations to support our operations, preserving the history of Arnold to share it into our future.by
The annual Open House will be held at the museum on December 3rd, from 12-4 p.m.
We hope to see some long-time Arnold citizens along with those of you that are NEW! Come check out the recurring exhibits, and our newest exhibits and items. Learn a bit about Arnold’s long and rich history, and chat with old friends.
Wassail and Christmas cookies will be available. Bring a new friend!by
2016 Fall Trivia Night
SATURDAY, November 5
St. John’s Lutheran – School Gym
3511 Jeffco Blvd., Arnold, MO
TRIVIA CONTEST BEGINS AT 7 P.M.
Need details? Check out the newest flyer!by
Check out the AHS Float this year at the Arnold Days Parade! The jeep was in the D day invasion of Normandy in 1944. Thanks to the team that created this great float for AHS.
The Society received third place for the float and will receive $200.by
Before wire whisks or food processors, a favorite mealtime staple, mashed potatoes, were painstakingly prepared by hand.
A wooden implement of numerous designs, some were quite primitive. Some were made on a wood-turning lathe, and graced many old-time kitchen shelves.
Once the potatoes were peeled and cooked, they were placed in a cooking pot or large bowl and hand-mashed with these crude instruments.
Other wooden utensils on display are butter molds, butter paddles, spoons (some with holes), meat-turning fork, vegetable slicer, salad tongs, Springerle cookie rollers, a noodle roller, flour scoop, and a pie-docking roller.
This collection of potato mashers was assembled by the late Ella (Reiter) Flamm (1916 – 2005) and displayed in the kitchen of her home along Telegraph Road, in Arnold, for many years.
This collection is now on loan to the Arnold Historical Museum by Barbara Berry of Imperial. It will be on display until September 30th.
Story by Allen Flammby