3/22/1944 ADRIAN, MICHIGAN

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3/22/1944  ADRIAN, MICHIGAN - MORENCI MRS. DAVID MELLOTT CHOSEN PRESIDENT OF...
MORENCI MRS. DAVID MELLOTT CHOSEN PRESIDENT OF MORENCI MONDAY CLUB MORENCI, March 22—The Morenci Morenci Monday Club met Monday afternoon afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. A. Blanchard with 30 members and five guests present. The program was given by members of the Adrian Woman's Club. Mrs. Charles L. Seiffer of Adrian presented presented the program and opened it by singing a Negro spiritual accompanied accompanied at the piano by Mrs. M. E. Smith. Miss Florence Reynolds Reynolds read a paper on "The Contribution Contribution of the American Negro." and Mrs. John McPhail read a paper on "The Negro in the Realm of Music." During the business session it was voted to give ?5 to the Red Cross. The following officers were elected: elected: Mrs. David Mellott, president; Mrs. Dale Moore, first vice president; president; Mrs. Virgil Gillen, second vice president; Mrs. Cecil DeMeritt, DeMeritt, secretary; Mrs. O. G. Banqtt, treasurer; Mrs. Frank Sims parlik mentarian. Mrs. Leon Mowry and Mrs. The'o Reppert were named delegates to the County Federation meeting to be held in Adrian. The last meeting meeting of the year will be a 1 o'clock luncheon April 3 at the high school gymnasium. Members may obtain tickets from Miss Harriet Bump or Mrs. Cecil DeMeritt. Morenci Notes The Wesleyan Service Guild held a co-operative supper Monday evening evening at the home of Mrs. Betty Mellott Cairns with 20 members and guests present. After the business meeting which was conducted conducted by the president, Mrs. John Van Havel, Mrs. Dorinda Underwood Underwood had charge of the devotions and Mrs. Robert Gardiner gave an interesting lesson on China. Mrs. Theo Reppert conducted the diversion diversion which was won by Mrs. Cairns. A box social will be held by the North Morenci Parent-Teacher Association Association Thursday at S p. m. after which a program will be presented. Coffee will be served by the committee. committee. Mr. and Mrs. Al Renner spent the week end with his father Samuel Samuel Renner and other relatives at Farwell, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lee McLain spent Monday in Defiance.' Ohio, .vith his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McLain. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pierson of Wyandotte were week end guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Glen Riffner. Dr. A. S. Pilkinton spent the iveek end wtih his sister and husband husband Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMillen at Athens, Mich. He accompanied Lyle Eggleston who visited his parents at Union City. Don Butler left Sunday for a few days business trio to Cincinnati. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Richmond and Nashville. Hospital Notes Born. March 19, to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Rupp. a son. Born. March 19, to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Leichty, a son. Richard Joughlin of near Mun:on Mun:on underwent an operation Monday Monday evening. Lois TenEyck was operated on Monday evening. in L. Mrs. Albert McKone Morenci underwent an yesterday. of near operation FULL SCHEDULE EAST LANSING. March 22 (.«— Michigan State College again will offer a full quarter's work during the summer, in addition to the regular regular six-weeks' session, as part of ts wartime accelerated program, | Dean S. E. Crowe, session director, said todav. U ni v e r s a 1 disarmament was! jroposed more than 200 years agoj jy Jeremy Bentham, British ju- as a means toward world

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  1. The Daily Telegram,
  2. 22 Mar 1944, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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