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 - Rainbow Girls Install Officers Public...
Rainbow Girls Install Officers Public installation of the officers of me KUM.D0W wis un - iacicu audience at the Masonic hall Satur - day night. The impressive ceremonies ... ,r were conducted by Miss Claudia Han - ) son. assisted by Miss Jane Summers in the role of marshal. j - During the evening Miss Abbie! Armfield, retiring worthy advisor, I was presented with a jewel, the pres - ontation speecn was inue i.(s whn was chairman of the committee of the evening. Following the installation a brief program was rendered, including a vocal solo by Miss Enid Conard and a violin solo by Miss Arlett Linnell. Mrs. B. H. Saucier and Robert Rath acted as accompanists. Refreshments brought the meeting to a close. The list of officers installed was .,c riinivc - Wnnda Koenie. worthy ad visor; Helen Snavely, associate advis or; Alberta Best, chanty; Louise iin.: - T.nnico SrhhiPv. faith: Lucille Van Zee, secretary; Rosalie j Cole, treasurer; Margaret Musgrove. drill leader; Dalyte Hill, chaplain; Eldanor Farnh'am, love; Helen Wells, religion; Margaret Miller, nature; Yolo Saunders, immortality; Jane Gi - 'guiere, fidelity; Arlett Linnell, patriotism; Mildred Seavey, inner observer; Alameda Colburn, outer observer; Carrol Stowe, organist, and Enid Conard, choir director. TWo wm will serve on the Advis ory Board 'for the term are Mrs. W. S. Huston, Mrs. Anna Schindler, Mrs. Harry S. Saunders, Mrs. A. a. oebi, Miss Ida Jean Schindler, Miss Marion Huston, Mrs. W. E. Searcey, Mrs. A. G. Proctor, Mrs. Ed W. Praet, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Stowe, Leo Conard, L. H. Cranston and Irvin Clover. I : I i

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  1. Woodland Daily Democrat,
  2. 27 Jan 1930, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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