later Baha'i Margaret (Yeutter) Jamir


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later Baha'i Margaret (Yeutter) Jamir - Mrs. William Springer and sister Arlene...
Mrs. William Springer and sister Arlene Springer. , Granges Tecumseh Teeumseh Grange held a regular meeting Thursday night preceded y a potluck supper. Ernest Haris Introduced the program, which icluded readings by Mrs." Edith lunt and Jesse Sheldon, vocal solos y Mrs. Harley McConnell accom- ahied by Mrs. George Parsons, and a talk on their trip to Cali- ornia by Mr. and Mrs. M. G. 'artridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Saton, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Partidge and Percy Cadmus will have harge of the program at the next meeting Feb. 25. A potluck sup- «r will be served at 7:30. Harry Hoddinott; Dreading, Mrs. Edna Pickford. The usual potluck supper with meat and sandwiches will be served at the next .meeting Mr. and Mrs- Bertram Stout, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Driscoll, Miss Margaret Yeutter and Carl Yeutter. . • . . South Ogden South Ogden Grange will hold a egular meeting Wednesday evening. A potluck supper will be erved at 7:30 under the direction if Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rohrback. Waldron Class to Present Play The senior class of the Waldron high school will present the play "Too Many Relatives" th evenings of March 5 and 6 in the school auditorium under the direction of Miss Lucille Yarick. Calvin Durling and Ardath Terrill will have the leading parts and other members of the cast are Marcheta Lee, Lois Mae Broom, Donna Reasoner, Mary Balis, Richard Kennedy, Robert Abbaduska, Jack Smith and Calvin Jones. Adrian Adrian Grange will hold a regu- ar meeting Friday night and dur- ng the lecturer's hour Lloyd Rue- ink will give a talk on "Present feeds for Farm Organizations." 'he youth farm labor committee vill be discussed by Frank Rowley After the business session the Juvenile degree will be conferred >y the team, assisted by Mrs. Ernest Spycher, the Juvenile matron. Members are to bring sandwiches and one dish of food to pass. The supper committee consists of Mr. and Mrs. Friend Peebles and Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor. Tipton The first and second degrees will be conferred on a large class of candidates at the regular meeting of Tipton Grange to be held Friday night. The degree will be conferred by the North Rome team. A planned supper will be served at 7:30 under the direction of Lucy Geiger and Dorothy Wisner. The side led by Lyle Whelan won the membership contest during which 52 applications for membership and reinstatement were received. Chosen "Best Citizen" Ardath Terrill of the senior class has been chosen the school's "best citizen" by vote of the class and approval of the faculty. Miss Terrill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Butler E. Terrill, is an all "A" student, active in music and athletic circles and has had leading roles in both the junior and senior class plays. Rome Rome Grange held a regular meeting Saturday night with the master, Hubert Yeutter, presiding. Luther McRobert gave a report of the Pomona, Grange meeting at Four Towns. Clarence Minier announced the county tin car collection which is scheduled for March ganizing a 28. class Plans for or- in home nursing in the community were discussed. Mrs. Alma Davison, Mrs Grace Ikle and Mrs. Elizabeth Carnahan were named to help organize the class. Three members have been received by re-instatement. The lecturer, Clarence Minier, presented the following program: recitation, Mary Jane Jackson; the following members who had previously been assigned topics responded to roll call; Charles Beebe, DeWitt Davison, Arthur Carnahan, Agnes Dudley, Alice Hoddinott, Adelphia Hawley, Buelah Ryan, Richard Brittain and Waldron Notes Mrs. John Towne entertained her sons the Rev. Jerry Towne and children of Hillsdale and Lowell fowne and family of Pioneer, Ohio, and Mrs. Beryl Howe of Munson at dinner Sunday. Born, Feb. 4, to Mr. and Mrs, Fohn Marker of near Waldron, a daughter. Miss Elizabeth Coman under- vent an operation for appendicitis lunday in Thorn Memorial hos- jital in Hudson. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Clair West and Miss Martha Jane Fellows of Kalamazoo were week-end guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fellows Additional dinner guests Sunday were Mrs. Clarence Perry and two grandchildren and Mr. and Mrs Lynn Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Almond Hewitt o Hillsdale were week-end guests o Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hanna. Mrs. Charles Lavely spent thi week end with Mrs. Hazel Brande berry and children near Chester field, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shaneour anc son and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaffe of Jackson were week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shaneour. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reighte of Jackson spent the week en with her parents Mr. and Hugh Coman. Miss Helen Barshney of Toled was a week-end guest of Mr. an Urs. Edwin Converse. Addison A special meeting of Faith Cha] ter, Order of the Eastern Star, wi >e held Friday evening to confe he degree. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Monroe en tertained the teachers of the Ac dison high school and their wiv and husbands at a valentine part

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  1. The Daily Telegram,
  2. 16 Feb 1943, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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