Mrs. Morgan Everts in Clarion Iowa
IS MORGAN EVERTS HONORED PEOPLE OF CLARION, IOWA, GIVE RECEPTION TO NOBLE SANTA SANTA CRUZ WOMAN. Concerning Mrs. Morgan Everts of Ocean View Av., whe husband presented presented Clarion, Iowa, with a beautiful beautiful pilbllc library, a few yars ibefore his deaU), the Clarion Clipper has the following to say; Mrs. Morgan Everts and daughter, Mrs. Chapman, of Santa Cruz, Calif., arrived In Clarion Monday evening, unannounced. They spent the following following day visiting and auto riding, and In the afternoon met many Clarion Clarion people at the lfbrary. On Wednesday Wednesday morning they visited the schools, accompanied by Mrs. O. T. Eldrldge, and expressed themselves well pleased with our school system. In the afternoon between the hours of 3 and 5, a reception was held for them In the library. Some two hundred hundred ladles and gentlemen took advantage advantage of this oportunliy to greet Mrs. Everts and her daughter and express express their appreciation of the gift of Mr. Everts. A reception committee, committee, consisting of the presidents of the various clilbs In Clarion, Introduced Introduced the guests to our people, after which dainty refreshments were served In the tasement of the building. building. A program was then carried out. ) Mrs. Everts then addressed the assembly assembly and all who heard ber remarks pronounce them exceptionally fine a literary gem. She spoke very highly of the jM'Ople of Clarion, and expressed expressed her appreciation and approval of the library as a whole and laid much stress on tho work of the board of trustees in using tho funds at hand to such good advantage. Her remarks were very logical, concise and fitting characteristic of a grand and nobie woman and the Mopl felt better for having listened to her, Mrs. Chapman Chapman followed with a few well chosen WTirds of thanks and appreciation for the entertainment they bad received at the hands of the Clarion people. The success of the reception was due largely to the efforts of the library library trustee and their wives, and to the work of the librarian, Mrs. T Eldrldge, who was a delightful hostes all through the occasion. Mrs. Morgan Everts presented the library with a 'beautiful book on Yellowstone Yellowstone Park. It contains twenty sifhjects In color photogravure and Is a beautiful piece of art.