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 - i Rainbow Girls Seat Officers Installation of...
i Rainbow Girls Seat Officers Installation of officers of Woodlan - 1 Assembly No. 2, Ordei Girls, was Jneld' Saturday 'the Masonic hall. Miss Jane Snavely J ,was seated a worthy advisor, replac - 1 ing Miss Jane Summers. ' - At the close of the exercises the or - ganization was presented with by Miss Ila Schindler, past worthy - matron. Miss Summers was presented with a jewel denoting her rank. ", Officers wereinstalled as follows: "' Misses Mary Porter, worthy associate advisor; Marian Huston, Charity; Nellie Whitehead, Hope; Virginia Nordyke, Faith; Rays of the Rainbow Jrma Sue Fairchild, love; Lelabelle Richmond, Religion; Louise Schluer, Nature; Dalyte Hill, Immortality; Georgianne Holt, Fidelity; Jane Scarlett, Patriotism, Christie Armstrong, ' Service. Anna Maria Friday, chap - ( lain; Wanda Koenig, drill leader; Bil - lie King, flag bearer; Margaret Dole j outer observer, and Virginie Reese, confidential advisor. i The following will serve on the advisory board: Mr. and Mrs. Leonaul Thatcher, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Praet, Mesdames E. L. Younger, Anne Schindler, Lec Conard, F. L. Reese, Lester Cranston, Ellamae Proctoi, P. T. Foster, R. A. Blum and Harry Porter; Messrs. H. S. Summers, E. C. Stowe, W. F. Mixon. Sr., Irvin Clover, Ernest Conger, R. H bach. of Rainbow evening in oj Butz -

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  1. Woodland Daily Democrat,
  2. 08 Oct 1928, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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