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Community Potluck Meetings are the 2nd Monday of each month from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Fellowship Hall of St. James Episcopal Church, 1101 North Broadway. Bring a dish (or takeout or bag of chips) to share and join us for updates and networking! Child care is provided, however, if depending on the number of children, some parents may need to assist in watching the children.
1321 N 4th is a one story craftsman bungalow built between 1910 and 1917. It is believed to be a kit home with a sister house on 5th Ave. The classic bungalow style is evident throughout from it's large wide front porch and tapered square columns to the horizontal six panel doors which take you from room to room. This bungalow also exhibits clapboard and shake siding with bracketed overhangs. The low profile and simplicity of this home made it affordable and practical for the everyday man. In 1920, the house was owned by Sol G. Watkins who was a book keeper born in 1884. he lived here with his wife Nancy, daughter Jane, and his sister Anna. In 1930, the house was rented to a machinist name Sam J. Lithgs who was born around 1862. He lived here with his two daughters Margret and Thelma. According to the 1917 Sanborn Fire Map the house was and will continue to be 1321 N 4th.