The Teha Lanna Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution paid tribute to former Regent and charter member Mary Bradley in a memorial service at the West Cemetery in Stephenville on Nov. 20. Family members Ann Redfearn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley and Adela Cook were in attendance. Tributes to Bradley were an NSDAR approved grave marker and the chapter's commitment to continue her pursuit of excellence.
The regular meeting of the Teha Lanna Chapter was held at the First Presbyterian Church on Nov. 20. The guest speaker, pharmacist Ron Fryar, R.Ph. of Brownwood, presented highlights of the changes in the pharmacy profession from the 1950's to the present. He also told how his own work as a pharmacist has evolved.
Refreshments were served by Ann Staude and Mary Curtis to guests and chapter members Linda Bowden, Elizabeth Cook, Dottie Corbin, Dianne Day, Jane Klein, Anita Lane, Nelda Massey, Judy McNeill and Charlene Moser.
The next meeting will be Jan. 15 at the First Presbyterian Church in Stephenville. The program will be presented by the Stephenville High School drama students.
Daughters for the American Revolution are dedicated to the promotion of historic preservation, education and patriotism. Anyone interested in becoming a member are encouraged to call Dottie Corbin at 968-4510 or Linda Bowden at 968-6880.