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Go/c/enagers have guests Visiting the Goldenagers Club Thursday were President Mark Cole's sister, Mrs. Lillian Let. singer of Toledo, Ore,, Cathe. rine Geary and Lee McDade of Sequlm. There were 91 pres. ent for the luncheon meeting. Treasurer Carman Rivettsaid the club has given $5 to the March of Dimes, and $10 each to the Heart Fund and Cancer Fund. Guy and Ruby McDonald and Marie Lietch were welcomed back after being 111, Mary Baker reported that Win. ifred Haynes, who now lives in Everett, has been in the hospital but is now recovering at home; Gene vie ve Cully and Fran S tatter are 111 at home. King and Agnes Sannes enter, tained with a group of folk dances. "Happy Birthday" was sung for Carl Rudolph who plays the piano for dancing. The Goldenagers meet in the social hall of the YMCA at 3rd and Francis streets Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visi. tors are welcome.