What was the ladies group F.F.F.E.O.? Found in the Nov 7, 1892 issue of THE NEWS (presently The Dallas Morning News),SEVEN DAYS IN SOCIETY, Greenville:
"The F.F.F.E.O. were entertained with a quotation party on Wednesday afternoon from 4 to 6 by Mrs R. S. Carver. Miss Anna Marshall captured the capital prize."
I am turning over every rock to find out the maiden name of this Mrs. R. S. Carver mentioned who was married to Robert Sewell Carver who worked at the Greenville Banner until about 1894/95 when he became editor and proprietor of the Kaufman Sun. Any help from a Greenville historian appreciated.