The first Pleasant Valley Homemakers Club in 1923

Mrs. Vera Carding, Blaine County's first Home Demonstration Agent, Feb. 2nd, 1923 organized our Club, in the home of Mrs. C.P. Bush, with 13 members enrolled. Officers elected were President--Mrs. E.A. Hall; Vice-Pres.--Mrs. F.P. Geeslin; Secretary-Treasure--Mrs. P. Bush, Mrs. E.A. (Ruth) Goerke, and Mrs. V. Mann (Ethel Buchanan Hunter) Mrs. Geo. Rehlen, Mrs. Harry Hodges, Mrs. Harry Lookabaugh, Mrs. Roy Shaffer, Mrs. Glenn Van Lehn, and Mrs. W.A. Watson.

Extension Homemakers 1952 scrapbook


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Enjoy Watonga's
Noble House!

The Noble House Hotel was built in 1912. It is listed on the National Registry of Historic Buildings.
This building houses the beautiful Noble House Bed & Breakfast where you will be charmed by one of six unique rooms named for prominent Watonga citizens.

Stay in a luxurious room with antique furnishings and decor.   Each room has a private bathroom with Elizabethan style fixtures.   Two of the rooms boast Jacuzzi style bathtubs.

There is a private dining/meeting room upstairs that makes the Bed & Breakfast the perfect place for family reunions and group retreats.

see pictures of the rooms