The Caddo Herald
April 22, 1921
Mrs. Brown Entertains
Last Friday evening Mrs. Ed F. Brown entertained members of the Twin Six K. K. K. of Durant, at her home just south of town, with a box luncheon.
The guests were met at the depot by Mrs. Hazel Smiser, Misses Jennie Manning and (Edith) Moore, and Messrs. Sam Maytubby and Rex Whitt. They were taken in cars for a pleasant drive and to the Manning home where they entertained until 8 o’clock, then going to Mrs. Brown’s home with escorts. This home was beautifully decorated for the occasion with roses.
Cards were passed containing the names of each guest; a penalty to use either Miss or Mister was to wear a tall yellow cap. Boxes, tied with blue ribbons, were passed and on opening were found to contain a delicate and most appetizing luncheon. The hostess also served iced tea, angel food cake and strawberries with whipped cream.
Miss Elizabeth McKinney sang “Alice Blue Gown”, Miss Ola Human rendered a violin solo, Mr. Carroll Franks sang several selections, Miss Emise Folsom being accompanist for all. Several contests were held which afforded laughter and fun.
After declaring the best time of the season, the Twin Six K. K. K.’s departed for Durant on the 1:20am train.
Assisting Mrs. Brown to entertain were Mrs. Hazel Smiser, Misses Moore and Manning.
Those accepting Mrs. Brown’s hospitality were: Misses Bernadine Aubrey, Fay Scoot, Blanche Thomas, Ola Human, Elizabeth Evans, Emise Folsom, Messrs. Milton Pate, and G. B. Dunlap, Durant, Okla.; Misses Edith Moore, Jennie Manning, Mrs. Hazel Smiser, Messrs. Carroll Franks, Sam Maytubby, Audra Hipp, Rex Whitt, Fred Early, Kirby Glasscock, and C. Hipp of Caddo, Okla.