Wauhillau club news 1912

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Wauhillau club news 1912 - ^* Week*8 News From The Wauhillau Club good...
^* Week*8 News From The Wauhillau Club good times in spite of the hot weather of the past week. The Miller cabin seenuuto have been the center of the Week's "festivities. Mrs. Miller entertained entertained with a tea Friday morning in honor\ of Mrs. Balford of Okmulgee. Okmulgee. In the story telling contest with which she entertained her guests Mrs. Gibbons, who la the guest of Mrs. Claude Mills, was conceded the first 'favor, with Mrs. Sykes a close second. second. Last .evening Mr. Miller entertained entertained with a stag party. A midnight banquet of fried chicken with all the good things that go with it was served to his guests in the club dining room, by our able steward and his assistants. assistants. The Millers have named their cabin "Eu -'3a -'Jua Lodge," the name being fjrmed from the first syllables of the names of their three children, Eugene, James and Juanita. Jerre Locke who has been at the club the greater part of the summer left this week for an eastern trip. Dr. Blakemore was a week end visitor, visitor, bringing Mr and Mrs. A. B. Roberts Roberts as his guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sondheimer were visitors this week. They had as their guests wh'le at the club Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hutz and two children. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fast will return to Muskogee tomorrow for a short stay but we are hoping that they will soon return to the club. Mrs. R. M. Jones with her guests, the Misses Ransom, of Nashville, Tenn„ returned to Muskogee today. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Patterson have just put a new boat, "The Major" Into Into commission. Several other cottagers cottagers have signified their Intention of having their private boats, thus helping helping to solve one of the problems that have arisen with the growing popularity popularity of the club. Mrs. Jack Strain has as her guest Miss Klemm of Oklahoma City. Mrs. Strain went to Muskogee Saturday to meet her guest. Mr, E. H. BIspham was a week end guest at the club and brought with him as his guest Mr. Charles .Law. Mr. E. R. Boll was also a week end visitor. * Wauhillau Club, July 24.—We did not have quite so many guests this week. Sixty persons spent the week

Clipped from Muskogee Times-Democrat24 Jul 1912, WedPage 5

Muskogee Times-Democrat (Muskogee, Oklahoma)24 Jul 1912, WedPage 5
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