The McPherson Historical Society will meet at 2 P.M. November 5 at the McPherson Museum. The members will board the trolley which will proceed the Kuns-Collier home at 302 S Walnut which is now owned by Dr. Troy and Chris Wiens. The house is an example of pre-World War 1 Tudor Revival architectural design and is more than 100 years old and on the National Register of Historical Places. Call David Nigh 620-241-0604 for more information.