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 - SOCIETY Melvin Scott Home Is Locale for Meeting...
SOCIETY Melvin Scott Home Is Locale for Meeting of Fine Arts Study Club vii \Yaranil imiviie The Melvin Scott hi.uiu \.a.<| the scene of the Fine Artsj Study Club on Jan. IR'.h. Mrs.! Melvin Scott and Mrs. Ward then introduced Rene Ogg, the ! Walier County Superintendent '• i'.ir Public Schools, >vho made ; ar interesting talk on the i History of the United Daugh- j tci-s of the Confederacy. The were served re- i freshmenls buffet style in the roses, mixed nuts, yellow mints ami coffee were served. Mrs. Ward Slanberry served the cake and Mrs. Raymond Barker served the tea j an.-1 coffee from a silver service. There were 22 members present with two guests. Miss .linimie Rene Ogg of Hempstead, Texas and Mrs. Elmer Stockdick of Katy. Mrs. J. Proctor Cox Honored with Luncheon family room. The! Mrs. Jack Dalton entertain,il table was covered with a; C( \ w j t |, a i unc ] 1C on honoring Stanberrv were the hostesses. Umiuoise linen cloth which , Mrs j p,. oc i O r Cox of IIous- The members enjoyed an he-Id a beautiful arrangement j Um on her bi r thday last unusual and a pleasing ,11-0-1 of yellow mums m a white. T i u , rs ,i av . gram presente<l by Mrs. K. K. Rapsilver and Mrs. J. F. Lang. First Mrs. Rapsilver spoke on events which led up to the mums in container. • Present besides the honoree Refreshments consisted of j were Mrs. Joe Mac Gregor, white cake with pineapple Mrs H F Gilliard, Mrs. filling decorated with yellow Tj annv Lang, Mrs. Willie Sue

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  1. The Brookshire Times,
  2. 01 Feb 1962, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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