The Modern Homettes CEOS had its monthly meeting on June 6 at the home of Mary Stump. Patty Brake served as the co-hostess.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by all. Shelia Thomason, the vice president, gave the meditations titled "Today We Will Learn Something." The minutes were read and placed on file. The treasurer's report was given and placed on file for a later audit.
President Lucy Mullins thanked the members for helping and attending the parade on May 11. She also thanked those who worked with the West Virginia Strawberry Festival events sponsored by the CEOS members.
From left, Shelia Thomason, Lucy Mullins, Shirley Spreaker, Patty Brake, Mary Stump, Ethel Andrews and Cindy Phillips gather for their monthly Modern Homettes meeting on June 6.
The strawberry basket auction winners were Teter CEOS, first place; Pringle Tree CEOS, second place; and Sunset Heights CEOS, third place. The auction made $200. The Modern Homettes CEOS club thanks Del. Bill Hamilton for purchasing its basket. Mullins reported that the Weston CEOS clubs invited Donna Bennett, Debbie Quick, Lucy and Stanley Mullins to their annual salad luncheon on May 20.
Learn-N-Return for June 3 was canceled. The Nominating and Executive Board meeting was postponed. Eloise Tenney hostetd the international student, Ye-Tao from Vietnam, from July 5-6 with a picnic at the Brushy Fork Community Building. Each person was to bring a covered dish. A special thanks goes to Shirley Clevenger for hosting the student.
The lesson was taught by Ethel Andrews on Vietnam. She presented a very informative lesson. Since Upshur County will host a student from Vietnam, she presented many important facts about her country.
The next meeting will be at Lucy and Stanley Mullins' residence. Members attending this meeting were Shirley Spreaker, Mary Stump, Ethel Andrews, Patty Brake, Cindy Phillips, Shelia Thomason and Lucy Mullins.