Twentieth Century Club meets
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The Twentieth Century Club met at the Flying O' Ranch, home of Mrs. Betty Orms for their November 7 meeting.  The meeting was called to order by President Jean Hamil and following an invocation offered by Bridgett Fowler members responded to roll call by providing a little known presidential fact.  A business meeting followed. Project Committee Chairman Melinda Smith announced that in lieu of the cancelled Christmas Home Tour, members would meet on December 5 at the home of Annette Breazeale for a "trial run" for the planned Teaspoon Salad Luncheon being held by the club on April 17.  Members will each prepare the salad they plan to serve at the  spring event to share with the entire membership.

Following the business meeting, a book review of Calvin Coolidge  by Amity Shlaes by presented by Cindy Murry.  The detailed biography covers the life of Coolidge from birth to death with particular emphasis on his economic policies.  Coolidge believed in what today is referred to as "supply-side" economics.  While president he not only cut income tax rates in half but also managed to lower the federal budget and significantly reduce the deficit created during World War I. In the book, Ms. Shlaes interjects not only her admiration for the president and his policies but also her opinion that many of these same principals need to be applied to cope with our current economic situation.
At the conclusion of the review, Mrs. Orms invited members to be served at the tea table where they enjoyed pecan almond worcestershire bites, stuffed olives, tomato and turkey spirals, dark chocolate covered blueberries and pomegranates, blueberry scones, coconut pecan cookies, divinity and coffee or iced coffee punch topped with chocolate shavings.
Attendees in addition to those mentioned above were Cal Arnold, Mikie Clark, Merle Cross, Sandy Dean, Betty Finney, Annette Herrmann, Rolinda Shipp, Rebecca Skinner, Bettye Lou Smith, Jeannie Smith, Abby Stewart, and Barbara Williams.
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