Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Monday, November 6, 2000
November Jam planned
A November Jam Session will be held at 7 p.m., on Thursday, Nov. 16 at
the Pecos Senior Citizens Center.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Women's health is club program topic
A Home Life Department program entitled, "Women's Health: What are the
problems? What should we do?," was held by The Modern Study Club at 3:30
p.m., on Oct.11 in the parlor of the First United Methodist Church, with
Doris Moorman, department chairman, making the presentation.
Mrs. Moorman's report gave several views concerning women's health and
varying approaches to their care. Means of diagnosis was discussed and
comparison was made to the difference in types of diagnosis used for women
and men. Packets containing an assortment of brochures pertaining to Women's
Health were distributed to those in attendance.
The thougth-quote for the meeting was, "I Am Woman, hear me roar in
numbers too big to ignore, And I know too much to go back to pretend."
_ Helen Reddy: I Am Woman.
Following the call to order by President Catherine Travland, Phyllis
Stoool led the club collect, and Pearl Gustafson led the pledges to the
flags of the United States of America and the State of Texas, as club members
joined the leaders, and repeated with them, in unison.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and a report concerning
club finances was presented.
Lena Harpham, Federation Counselor, presented a report concerning GFWC.
The fund-raiser bake sale was discussed and a date will be set at a
later time. Primary funds from the sale finance the club's Pecos High School
Senior Scholarship which has been presented annually for over 25 years.
Paula Fuller, Arts Department Chairman, passed out information concerning
guidelines and entry deadlines for the national competition of the General
Federation of Women's Clubs Art Department and Special Projects. Fuller
stressed the April 1 postmark date for entries, which covers all Arts and
Crafts, Fine Art Paintings, Photographs and all Literature and Performing
Arts, to be in the national competition.
Correspondence was received from clubmember Bonnie Cearley of Early.
A report on the Reeves-Loving Counties Fall Fair Booth and activities
was presented with special thank yous going to Joyce Morton for set-up
and making signs and to Lena Harpham for manning the booth several times.
The Western District Fall Board Meeting of Texas Federation of Women's
Clubs slated in Big Lake was discussed.
Hostesses Phyllis Stoool and Lena Harpham served lovely refreshments
to 10 members and Dorothy Barton, guest.
York M. "Smokey" Briggs, Publisher
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