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 - ., LADIES COMMITTEE. : President Mrsl C. R....
., LADIES COMMITTEE. : President Mrsl C. R. Gorman. 'Vice; Presidents Mrs.' J. '. L. McMillan, Mrs. Alex. Craig, Mrs. Wm. Law. '"' '" Casliier M iss Mary McDdugalU'," . tablk committee. Mame Fell, Jennie Law, Addie Tompkins, Nettie Law, Mary Heed, Jennie Watson, Ab - bie Wear, Mary Hughes, Maine Dennis,' Agnes McDonald, Jennie Shannon,"' Ltilfte Bevan, Mr?. Shepard, Jennie Williamson, Lizzie Law, Del hi Cutler, Clara and Sarah Feldman, Katie Anderson, Jennie McDougall, and Eliza Thompson. To Mrs., McDougall and Lizzie. .McDougall the Band is specially under obligations...... . . ....... ... - , . - ... 1'tOltAI, DEI'AItTMENT. Agnes McDougall, Ella Frederick, Lizzie Bryden, Esther Rowland. On . Friday . evening the' hall . was again the scene of festivity, but Terpsichore was the presiding deity and had lisiirped the place of Thalia, who had - reigned supreme the previous evening. 'The' music .was furnished by the Pittston String Bandfthe company was social and; select 'arid dan" - " cing was kept up until the dawn of day, when the party broke up, each individual bearing away a pleasant memory of the happy hours just sped. During the evening there was a drawing for a liandsome China set, a silver pitcher and a card receiver. Miss Lillie Phillips held the fortunate ticket .which - drew - the China, - the pitcher felt to Walter Win ton and the card receiver to Hugh Burns. ' Altogether this festival was one' of , the most enjoyable affairs that has ever come off in Pittston,' and those who were instrumental in perfecting the . "arrangements are descrvi ng of much praise for the effective manner1 in which they performed their duties. :

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  1. Pittston Gazette,
  2. 26 Jun 1873, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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