The Idle Hour Bridge Club met last Thursday evening at the home of Jo Nell Warren. Winners for the evening were: high, Carolyn Lefler; second high, Billie Fendley; traveling, Danna Hensley; and bingo, Jo Nell Warren
From last week: The Idle Hour Bridge Club met at the home of Mildred Thompson last Thursday evening. Winners for the evening were: high, Jo Nell Warren; second high, Mildred Thompson; traveling, Lou Burgess; and bingo, Gay Whillock.
An excited group of quilters came together for Piecemakers monthly Quilt Club meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 16. Linda LaDoux welcomed members and guest. Doris Brown was out of town so Victoria Banks gave the treasurer’s report and conducted a short business meeting. Eloise Brown presented the mystery block of the month. She showed us the blocks we’ll be making for November. Ten participants showed their October blocks and Mary Phillips won the prize drawing. In November, the December block pattern will be sent out along with assembly instructions for the quilt. Rene Riggan collected and redistributed the “Orphan” blocks for our December Challenge. The Challenge is to take someone’s “Orphan” block and make something out of it to be given back to the original owner at the Christmas party.
Piecemakers next meeting will be Nov. 20 at the Methodist Church in Clinton at 10 a.m. Anyone interested in quilting is welcome to attend. — Brenda Dunlap