Clipped From Garden City Telegram
8 Eastern Stars Honor Mrs. Raymond Heer At the Tuesday night Eastern Star meeting in the Masonic Temple, Mrs. Raymond Heer, secretary of Finney OES Chapter Chapter No. 359, was given special recognition! The office of secretary secretary was chosen by the Worthy Grand Matron as the honored station for this lodge year. Mrs. W, E. Kelley sang a parody on "Five Foot Two" with appropriate words for Mrs.' Heer. Special tributes were given by Worthy Matron Mrs. Jerome Stonehocker, Mrs. Clayton Ladwig. treasurer; and the star point officers — Mmes. Kenneth Mutter. John Wilcox, Harold Collier, George Anderson Anderson and Anna Staley. On behalf of the chapter Mrs. Ladwig presented Mrs. Heer with a desk set especially made and especially inscribed. Presiding for the 43 attending were Worthy Patron and Worthy Matron Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stonehocker. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Melvin Hullett, 1607 E. Fulton, formerly formerly of Great Bend, Mr. Hullett Hullett is with Central Air Lines. Mrs. Scottie Black, lllo N. 5th, formerly of Colby. Her husband husband is manager of Northwestern Northwestern Typewriter. Members planning to attend Lakin friendship night last night were Mr. and Mrs. Stonehocker, Stonehocker, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Crotty Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Bud Daniel, Mrs. John Ward, Mrs. W. E. Kelley, Mrs. Clayton Ladwig, Mrs. Raymond Heer, Mrs. Douglas Tedrow, Mrs. L. L. Solze, Mrs. J. E. Greathouse, Greathouse, Mrs. Leona Crawford and Mrs. Anna Staley. Mrs. Kelley and Mrs. Crawford will sing a variety duet. During the meeting Mr. Crotty, Kansas Past Worthy Grand Patron, will present a 50-year pin to a Lakin member in behalf of the Grand Chapter. Secretary Mrs. Heer reported reported on plans of a member, Mrs. D .W. Clark, Aurora, Colo., who wishes to enter the Masonic Home at Wichita in the near future. Mrs. Heer announced that Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Williams will soon receive 50 year pins. They are past matron matron and patron of Finney Chapter Chapter but now reside in Dodge City. Hosts for refreshments were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holmstrom Holmstrom of Holcomb and Mr. and Mrs. Ora Schopf. During refreshment hour Mr. and Mrs. John Metheney showed showed slides of their trip to Hawai Hawai in June. Their trip was sponsored by Philco Co. District O.E.S. meeting Is set for Oct. 21 in Syracuse. Next meeting is to be Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and Mr. and Mrs. James W. Patterson. Eastern Star Lodge is conducting conducting a rummage sale tomorrow tomorrow in the Dickinson Building Building on Main. Members are asked to take rummage this afternoon and evening.