Coleman, Mrs. Earl - UDC Officers, 1961

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Coleman, Mrs. Earl - UDC Officers, 1961 - Mrs. Wheeldon To Head UDC The April meeting of...
Mrs. Wheeldon To Head UDC The April meeting of the tlob-iO'Neal presented a historical crt E. Lee Chapter, Unlted!P er - Daughters of the Confederacy, was held in the home of Mrs. Lydia Sweeney on Valderbilt Drive. The following slate of officers for 1961-62 were elected: president- Mrs. L. J. Wheeldon; first vice president, Mrs. Lou Jackson; second second vice president—Mrs. T. G. Mitchell; Mitchell; third vice president, Miss Marie Ryan; secretary and treasurer, treasurer, Mrs. Wllhelmlna Lyles; recorder recorder of crosses, Mrs, Earl Coleman; Coleman; historian, Mrs. M. D. O'Neal; O'Neal; registrar, Mrs. W. 0. Ney, custodian of flags, Miss Katherine Tuten; chaplain, Mrs. Frank Potter. Potter. Officers will be installed at the May meeting which is after the Louisiana Division Convention to be held in Alexandria at Hotel Bcntley on May 8th and 9th. Refreshments were served to the group during the social hour. Mrs. Mokor Visits Local Delta Zeta Mrs. John Makor, director i>( Province XVIII of Delta Zeta. m- rived at McNcese State Collcna yesterday for a three-day visit to the McNeosc chapter of the social social sorority. Mrs. Makor, who is from Natchitoches, Natchitoches, has served as college chapter director for the Northwestern Northwestern State College chapter, Miss Marjorie Rasmussen, New Or- Mrs. Wheeldon, (he president, ! leans ' chapter president, reported. presided over the business meet ins. The chapter voted to contribute contribute $10 to the Longmire Fund; also also to buy a book In memory of Mrs. Beatrice Richard to be placed on the Hood bookshelf at Lake During her visit Mrs. Makor will perform the annual chapter inspection, inspection, conduct officer training, and hold Individual conferences with active members and pledges of the chapter. She was guest of honor at a Charles High School. The book selected was "The Constitution of Uncoln and Davis" by Captain C. | chapter barbecue on Saturday, Quyann of Richmond, Virginia, j Miss Rasmussen said. Other guests They also voted to contribute $5.00 included Mrs. Donald Dempster, for a Centennial dedication at Mansfield Battle Park Museum, amount to help defray expenses. Mrs. Lyles, treasurer, reported $118.00 in the treasury. Mrs. Lydia Lydia Sweeney, historian, stated that she had response to the essay contest contest and that the ones submitted were being judged by teachers who lived out of the parlsli. The awards will be made at the May The I. Q, of a person is in in- meeting. The chapter also voted I verse ratio to the number of silly college chapter director, and Miss Linnie Lacy, counselor to women at McNeese. The Misses Georgene Fleming, Lake Charles, and Yvonne LaBranche, LaBranche, White Castle, are in charge of arrangements for the weekend. to buy a silver punch cup for $6.00 to be placed in the museum at Richmond, Va. Chapters over the state are buying these punch cups in honor of Mrs. Moore D. : Saucier of Baton Rouge, who is! chairman of properties for the Richmond Museum. Before the close of the business , meeting Mrs. Wheeldon named delegates to the Division Convention Convention in Alexandria, Mrs. Frank Potter and Mrs. W. 0. Key; alternates, alternates, Mrs. Lily Donaldson and Mrs. Georgia Neely. After the business session Mrs. things he hangs on and in his car. MOTHERS DAY SPECIAL MONTAG STATIONERY Name Imprinted FREE .For a Limited Tim* Onlr BEN'S CARD SHOP Sll Broad Open Thnr». Til 91

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  1. Lake Charles American-Press,
  2. 09 Apr 1961, Sun,
  3. Page 18

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