The new members of the Jasper Chapter for the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) group are, left to right first row, Margie Davis, Angie Bardin, Jo Boozer and Judy Sebesta; second row, Cindy Lanier, Jerry Forte, Sybil Cousins and Elizabeth Hipp andlast row, Elaine Thorpe. Those not present for the picture at the meeting were Susanne Alewine and Marsha Ringer.
Henrietta Morton was the featured speaker at a recent Jasper Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution group where she spoke on the Constitution. From left to right are Judi Romeo, district three officer; Dot Lind, S.C. State regent for DAR; Morton, honorary regent and Elizabeth Willingham, Regent Jasper Chapter DAR.
On Sept. 11, the Jasper Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) hosted a tea honoring new members at the home of Elizabeth Rasor in Cross Hill. In the first row are, left to right, District Three Director Judi Romeo, S.C. State Regent Dot Lind Carol Marse, Jo Boozer and Judy Sebesta; second row, Judy Saunders, Henrietta Morton, honorary regent, Elizabeth Willingham, Jasper Chapter regent and Elsie Fields; third row, Rasor, Dr. Tomme Wicker, Angie Bardin and Mildred Wicker; fourth row, Cindy Linier, Elizabeth Hipp, Sybil Cousins and Derryll Satterwhite; fifth row, Muriel Lake, Margie Davis, Jerry Forte and Patricia Huffstetler and sixth row, Dot Broom, Elaine Thorpe and Faye Tillotson.