Eastern Star Special Event - Wilma Flovin - 2/23/62

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Eastern Star Special Event - Wilma Flovin - 2/23/62 - „ the theme of “Others, ’ based on tJie *essons...
„ the theme of “Others, ’ based on tJie *essons taught in the Special Event Is Observed Bv A Eastern Star The Corsicana Chapter, No. 118, OES, met in regular ses sion and to observe the annual Friendship Night, at the Mason ic Temple Tuesday evening. One hundred fourteen were present present for the occasion, with twenty-one chapters represented. represented. Alton Justiss, worthy patron, called the meeting to order. Following the opening drill, led by Mrs. Mary E. Cook and Mrs. Opal Hoffman, Mrs. Letha M. Justiss, worthy matron, took her station and presided for the ritualistic opening, program and closing of the meeting. Sixteen regular officers were present, with Mrs. Lillie Bunch serving as chaplain pro tern and Mrs. Lellcne Tatum as marshal marshal pro tem. Introduce Guests The following grand officers were introduced Mrs. Florence Griffith, Palestine, deputy grand matron, district 1, section 6; Mrs. Mildred Sharpe, Dallas, credentials; Mrs. Letha Crow, Dallas, chairman of welfare; Mrs. Rosa Belle Crist, Waco, grand representative to Idaho, Mrs. Fannie Lee Webb, Palestine, Palestine, grand representative of Vermont. The program, as planned by the worthy matron, followed Older In Mrs. Griffith’s greetings, she stated that members come together for the purpose of 'meeting and greeting cherished friends, which makes for better better understanding of each lesson lesson taught and leaves with each member present what is I necessary for the perpetuity of the hallowed inheritance of the of the Eastern Star forbnd the formulating of plans forrthecfuture- . , . in Mrs Sharpe spoke of her vis 14. ° thJ l0Ca‘ c.ha£er inff195^5® High|witi\ Mrs^ ^is Burnett and of ¡emphasized the point that to *aV{\ a f?end t0u 5® 8 and|frlel\d’ ^ying that she had en- by'We* the fellowship of the ™emb?rf on ”7 tuiS‘t9 the state. She further stated ltha* th® w°rk of l!i,e.?ES a£‘ ,peaJed to„ h" “ 00k‘ng aft*r the aged and leafd' lng/n S^uth work and benefi- enterprises. Ma"yh) other th°uSht* ?n "endf " weI? expressed by the V£lt?1S' cThe' clfaln* /°n,f wa! *elp Somebody Today w.lth Mr^ _Ire.n« A1!en at thc piano and Earl Bonner as song j ca, ®r‘ ,, ,, .... , . book\,After the ritualistic closing, those present were invited into the dinin", ro°m flfor Krefresh; ments and a further hour of to fellowship with one another. Guests Listed Those present are listed below, below, together with chapters: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chandler and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll, Ten nessee Colony Chapter, No. 102; Mrs. Jettie Hodge of Athens, Chapter, No. 177; Mmes. Emma Lee Paterson and Wilma Flovin. Flovin. Frost, No. 065. Mrs. Louise Smith, Mrs. Lau ra Hughes Mrs. Gurvis Ballew, Herman Focke and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tims, Mexia, No. 57; Mrs. Eunice Mills, Centerville, No. 1002; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marshnian, Mmes. Natalie Dunlap, Dunlap, Katherine Mead and Achsa Sullcnherger, Palestine, No. 395: Mrs. Reba McCarley, Bethle hem, No. 728, Houston; Mmes. Pattie McCarter, Mamie Jordan, Madge Howard, ’lary Nell Da vis, Mildred Bruce, Sallie Mae Hale and Sarah Houck, Dawson, Dawson, No. 1046. Mrs. Mary Bowden, Bellmead, No. 980, Waco; Mrs. Bernice Wilson and Martin Crist, E. C. Cannon. No. 825, Waco; Mrs. Hazel Bancroft, Uvalde, No. 297; Mr. and Mrs. Pendell W’heatley and Mrs. Mary Roberts, Bardwell, Bardwell, No. 560; Mrs. Lucy Bingham, Bingham, Areme, No. 736, Dallas, a former member of the Corsicana Corsicana chapter. Mrnes. Johnnie Martin. Modelle Modelle Glasco, Vida Mae Gant, Groesbeck, No. 810; Mrs. Mau rie Moore, Mart, No. 109; Mrs. Euneva Burleson and Mrs. Zera Herod. Richland, No. 392; Mrs. Mildred Gardner and Mrs. Dixie Lee Owens, Winnie, No. 160, Ennis. Mrs. Mildred Haney Harris, Dallas, most worthy grand matron matron of the General Grand Chapter, sent a message of love and appreciation, stating that the most precious gift in the world is a friend. Other messages were received from Mrs. Thelma McReynolds, Dallas, associate grand matron Mrs. Amy Goebel, Waco, associate associate grand conductress; Mrs Kathy Johnston, Waco, deputy grand matron, district 1, section 5; Mrs. Lois Burnett, Fort Worth, a past worthy grand matron. Mrs. Burnett served the Grand Chapter of Texas during during 1955-56, at which time she conducted a school of instruction instruction in Corsicana, with Mrs. Sharpe as district deputy grand matron.

Clipped from Corsicana Daily Sun23 Feb 1962, FriPage 17

Corsicana Daily Sun (Corsicana, Texas)23 Feb 1962, FriPage 17
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