J.L. Everts

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J.L. Everts - Sherwin-Williams is the best at Willey's...
Sherwin-Williams is the best at Willey's Hardware Store 52 Paollo A vo r J o Congregational Ladles Society Entertained. The Ladles' Society of the Con gregational church wore the guestl Saturday of Mrs. J. L. Everts at he: summer home at Mount iiermon Never was a day more beautiful, am, never was a day more enjoyed. The ladles, numbering thirty, made theli way by train, or carriage or auto t this mountain resort. The rido It r self was a joy as it followed up the canyon. Mrs. Kverts' home is delightfully situated, and Its uospitallty was un bounded. Mrs. Everts had arranged that the luncheon should be served in a small madrone grove opposite her home, and there the tables were spread. What a delicious repast, and how it "wa3 enjoyed. Is there anything that will give one a greater appetite than California mountain air? They lingered long at the tables, and then came the feast of reason. Mr. Hcnney responded to the toast "The Ladies' Society;" Mrs. Waters to that of Mrs. Everts, our hostess, while "The outlook for our church," was rescinded to by Rev. J. H. Orr In the afternoon Mrs. Everts served nie;im and cake to her guests. The afternoon was spent In conversation, in explaining the many walks, Inspecting the new cottages. AmoiiK the ladles none was more active nor enjoyed the outing more than our 'much ioved Aunt Hannah Perry who has passed her 81st mile stone. The sun was disappearing behind the hills when the ladies bado Mrs. Everts hoodbye. The day so quickly passed has left a pleasant memory ot this second outing of the society with Mrs. Kvrts. a Guests at Ruthglen Terrace. Iiuthglen Terrace, the home of Mrs. James McNeil, on tho Cliff Drive, has been opened for the summer and has at present as its guests Mrs. M. M. Thompson, Miss Martha Golden-Schafer of Pittsburg, Pa., and Misa Alee Haer of San Francisco, who are having a delightful time. Mrs. McNeil expects to entertain- several friends from the Smoky City this

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  1. Santa Cruz Sentinel,
  2. 13 Jun 1909, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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