Clipped From Arcadia Tribune
Republican Club Fetes Jane Moline Preceding t h e luncheon given by the executive board honoring Mrs. Douglas F. Moline, outgoing president of the Arcadia Republican Women's Club, Mrs. Bartling P. Anderegg, herself a past president, opened her Ra-mona Road home for a "Friendly Hour." After relaxing and reminiscing around the traditional punch bowl, the group moved on to the Derby where Mrs. Ralph Covell, junior past president, had made arrangements for the festive affair. Seated at the head table were Mrs, Moline, Mrs, Thomas Portwood, newly elected president, and past presidents, Mmes, George W. Galloway, Ralph Covell, and B. P. Anderegg. As a memento of her off-Ice, Ihe group presented a wall plaque to Mrs. Moline hearing both the symbol of her office, the gavel,- and a 'golden' elephant, the emblem of the Grand Old Party, in addition lo Mmes. Moline, Covell, Portwood, Galloway, and Anderegg were Mmes. Milton Creek, Stanton Gayle, John Hoffman, Lee Lurie, Harry Medkiff, John Milam, Laurel Miller, Paul Mitotan, Clayton Stanley, Richard Niver, C. 0. Porter, and Robert Considine. Others; Mmes. Charles Foy, John Service, Donald Smilh, Robert Whilmore, M. Scavill, Virgil Stevens, Arden Stevens, Robert Wagner, H. R. SRwtelle, John Wells, and Miss Emma Jacobs.