WEIRTON - The Literary Department of the Weirton Woman's Club, a General Federation of Women's Clubs of West Virginia member club, met Nov. 19 at Undo's.
Chair Diana Durst presided and welcomed members and guests. Wilma Roberts gave the inspiration.
Teresa McGown gave the Literary Light, reviewing "The Short Forever" by Stuart Woods and "The Witness" by Nora Roberts.
Program Chair Enid William, left, and Shirlee Baltich, right, were speakers at a recent Literary Department meeting. -- Contributed
Program Chair Enid Williams gave a presentation on the "Best of the Best from West Virginia" cookbooks, citing several West Virginia facts.
Member Shirlee Baltich attended the recent Clint Hill program at Steubenville High School and reported on it. Hill discussed his book, "Mrs. Kennedy and Me," and talked about being an agent and working with the Kennedy family. He is retired but remains in contact with the Secret Service and helps train other agents.
Patty Rhoades discussed the used book sale. Publicity Chair Molly Mossor, Program Chair Williams, Courtesy Chair Minnie Pazich and Basket Drawing Chair Mossor gave reports.
Roberts, Baltich, Williams, Pazich, Mossor, Betty Mentzer, Susan Slowikowski and Carla Glover won door prizes.
Carol Village will give the February inspiration, and Pazich will give the Literary Light.
The next department meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Monday at Undo's.