Cedar Valley Home Demonstration Club
The Cedar Valley Home Demonstration Club organized in April 1940, at the home of Mrs. M. C. Kluber. Miss Ola Armstrong, County Demonstrator Agent had charge of this meeting.

Mrs. F. J. Seedorf was the first president, Mrs. Walter Scott was Vice President and Mrs. M. C. Kluber was Secretary and Treasurer.

There were twnety-three charter members. They were Mrs. Seedorf, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Kluber, Mrs. E. M. Loosen, Mrs. Anna Musselman, Mrs. Elmer Epler, Mrs. George Peters, Mrs. Claude Barnes, Mrs. Clinton Barnes, Mrs. Sam Bernhardt, Mrs. Earl Lawyer, Mrs. Albert Milligan, Mrs. Opal Fee, Mrs. Sam Butler, Mrs. Clara Peck, Mrs. Emma Woodruff, Mrs. Lucy Bohr, and Mrs. Don Jordan.

Mrs. F. J. Seedorf was a member of the Family Food Supply the first year the County Council was organized. A delegate was sent to every Farm Week at Stillwater. The club made donations to all the Red Cross, Cancer, TB, and others.

Members of Cedar Valley Club, 1943

In 1942 the club sponsored a Red Cross Nursing Class of which twenty-one women took part. The club furnished both money and food to the hot lunch at the Cedar Valley school during the war years.

All tailoring classes were attended by one of the club members and we took part in all style revues. Fair exhibits were entered in the county fair and often had state fair entries. We also had a float in the Parade.

The club had a Community gathering at the Community Center and twice we had a club reunion to which all club members were invited.

During the last two years we have made scrap books for hospitals and this year we are going to help the children in the mental hospital in Enid.

line up for lunch at El Reno District Meeting


Mrs. Bill Nitzell, Red Hill Club
County Council Photographer
The Cedar Valley Clubs 1953 project was to make gifts for the Home for Retarded Children, in Enid. We made stuffed toys, tea towels and sent magazines; we were given one girl to remember on special occasions. We sent her a night gown, a box of chocolates and a toilet set for Birthday and Christmas.

We also help with the Zion Cemetery, and give going away gifts, to our boys in service, and though our club is divided between Watonga and Omega Schools, we try to help both H. Clubs.

Our entire club learned to do etch ell work on glass, and many pretty water sets, mirrors, and dinner plate sets were made. Our club bought an etch ell set to be shared by the club. And from the enjoyment we have had from the et, I think it was money well spent.

Officers for 1953:
President Mrs. Dona Loosen
Vice President Mrs. Dorothy Loosen
Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Lucille Bohr
Reporter Mrs. Lena Peters

Mrs. Maud Barnes
Mrs. Sarah Barnes
Mrs. Alva Marks
Mrs. Lena Peters
Mrs. Dorothy Loosen
Mrs. Dona Loosen
Mrs. Jeanette Wiese
Miss Margaret Seedorf
Mrs. Lucille Bohr
Mrs. Virginia Scott