Mattie Keller: Elwood Hobby Club
F.lwood Ilihby Club Entertained With Washington Tea 'Mss. Frank C. Keller, of S. utli street, entertained I tie niein-Srs of the Klwood Hobby Club .ft her home Thursday afternoon with a Washington Tea. Member; came attired in colonial driss. During the business a very interesting letter was lead from Mrs. Josie Stokes, of California. Contests were th.- diversions of the afternoon with the pi izes being won bv Mrs. Marv Coulson, Mrs. Mary DuBo.s "and M's. Flora Klapp. Tea was served from a beautifully decorated table in keepuv with the George Washington theme. Attending were Mis. Anieli.i Bradley, Mrs. F.nnis Beaty, Mrs. Gertrude VanBuskfrk, Mrs. Gol-die Wikk Mrs. Flora Klapp, Mr.;. Myrtle Dawson, Mrs. Mae Perkins, Mrs. Mabel LaRue, Mrs. Lttla Armstrong, Mrs. Mary "Coulson, Mrs. Augusta Seward, Mrs.. Mary DuBois, Mrs. Blanch Larnm, Miss Mho htclnson and the little Misses Barbara Coulson anj Linda Beaty. The next meeting will be on March 7 at the home of Mrs. Bradley, !H2 South B street, al 2 o'clock.