Boothbay Harbor - General
The col- oircei, mrs. dny. The Eastern Star will observe past matrons and past patrons night Thursday. Members will be served a covered dish supper before before thc meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs Chick Ptnkhnm nnd their son are visiting her par- Mi ts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllnm Ives nt Lynn. Mass. Mrs. Harry Gray and daughter Knren nnd Mrs. Maggie Gray were guests. Wednesday, of Mr. and Mrs. Victor McKInney and son at Rockport. Me. Ladles Social Boothbay will Boothbay Harbor Boothbay Harbor, Nov. .V-The Monday Club will hear as guest peaker. Ralph Gould of Mndl- on. Me., author of .the Yankee Store Keeper, nt their meeting Monday, In the Methodist Church vestry at 2.30 p. m. The public. Is Invited. The Periwinkles will meet Monday Monday evening in the church vestry, to discuss plans for the Armistice Day float. Each member Is asked Vo bring .something for a picnic lunch. v Mr. 'and Mrs. Lewis Bumham announce the birth of a daughter In St. Andrew's Hospital, Nov. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Howard announce the birth of a daughter, Candlce Elizabeth, In St. Andrews Hospital. , Mr. nnd Mr.s. Alon/.o Connors announce the birth of a daughter. Lee. In St. Andrews Hospital, Mon- tfrs. Everett Storcr. Roll call be on Happenings Of The nnd the program will be a able dl.scusslon by members. orts will be mnde on the of District 9. Maine Federation held In Camden. Nov. 2. Hostesses will be Mrs. Marie Butler. Mrs. Mary Barker. Mrs. Annie Butler and Mrs. Storer. Members of t h e Woman's Community Club, who attended the meeting of District 9. Maine erntlon of Women's Clubs, held Wednesday at Camden were J. H. Nichols. Mrs. Robert Clnley, Mrs. Arthur Stewart. x;land McElwee and Mrs. John Crelghton. Officers-elect of Seven Tree Orange will be Installed Wedncs- dny evening. Refreshments will erved after the ceremony. The regular meeting of Pioneer Orange will be held Tuesday evening Ploncr Juvenile Grange will meet Tuesday afternoon after chool. j meet Thursday. at""th"e~"nome""or Mrs. Angellne Adams. Fnrm Bureau will meet Tues- ay at the home of Mrs. Earle Onw. About 180 high school students nd their guests attended the hlrd annual Halloween party, ponsored by the student council. Mrs. Ina Murray played /the no for Ramos, dances, and Prl/e for the best costume o Michael Christopher, who dressed as a girl.