MARY HALL MANTOOTH CHAPTER MEMBERS ARE BUSY PRESERVING TEXAS HISTORY
     
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Janice Ann Rowe with author Rebecca Jumper Matheson, who presented the October program from her book, "The History of the Sunbonnet."
Mary Goodwin explains the DRT History Trunk at the annual Lufkin Heritage Festival.
MHM members Janice Ann Rowe, Rosemary Varsey, Paula Metzinger, Janie Slack and Mary Goodwin "man" the Sales Table at the District IV Workshop in Atascocita.
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The September progam, Riverboat Traffic in Angelina County, was presented by David Wilson II. Also pictured is Emma Wilson, 1st Vice President. In November, Connie Collmorgen and Sarah Vier demonstrated and talked about the Haiti program Clean Water for Children. 1st VP Emma Wilson introduced Jackie Thompson who spoke on her historical novel, Sabine Crossing.
Bill Westley, Heather Hughes, Jerry LaFalle and Tucker Thompson perform "Texas" music at the March meeting.
President Paula Metzinger presents Kurth librarian Lorraine Simoneau with a copy of The Daughters; A Dozen Decades of DRT. Emilie Chambers, Julia Collmorgen and Kate Collmorgen receiving scholarships from the Chapter.
Mary Goodwin being sworn in as Historian General at the 2015 State Convention.
Paula Metzinger receives the Chapter 6 Star Award from the President General at the 2015 Convention.
MHM members that attended the 2015 DRT Convention in San Antonio.
During the summer of 1891, in her father’s law library in Galveston, Texas, a site that is now known breitling replica as the “Cradle,”  Miss Betty Ballinger and her cousin, Miss Hally Bryan, conceived the idea of forming an organization to forever perpetuate the memory of the Texas pioneer families and soldiers of the Republic of rolex five letters Texas by forming an association of their descendants. This year the Daughters will celebrate 124 years of preserving the history of the great State of Texas. The organization has 106 chapters in Texas and over 8000 members located in Texas and hublot replica uk throughout the world!