American Legion Auxilliary - Ethel Oney
Wellington Ate, ML AtXIUAtt 10*VK*ti WtLLINOTON.-The American Legion Auxiliary convened Monday evening with newly elected officer* in charge. They are, Mrs. Herbert Reep, president; Mrs. O. J. welch, first vice-president; Mrs. I. YT wnc y- second vice-president; Mrs. Marie Fortney, secretary; Mrs. George Blshbaugh, treasurer; Mrs. Clifton West, historian; Mrs. Paul Newlon, sergeant-at-arms; Alice Jean West and Mary Jane Twining color bearers; Mrs. Edwin Wise Mrs. Jcrcy Garrctt, Mrs. Burl Cur-' tice. th* executive committee. Mrs. Jay Holland was reclectrd chaplain. Mrs. Recp appointed her various committees us follow.*: Rehabilitation Susie RURR; child welfare. Ethel Oney; national defense. Irnm Brumneld; legislative. Hazel Welch; Americanism, Ada Downey; community service. Martha Henes; Sunshine and visiting, Elizabeth Yo*. theimer and Louise Hostettler War activities, Lillinn Clark- publicity, Ola Mishbaugh: member- chip, Hutheda Obrig. Nelle Havhen and Dorotha West; tax stamps, Marie fortney; music, Lavllla Twining; temporary committee for Armistice banquet, Holland, Brumneld and Fortney. Mrs. Burt Curtice entertained with a very fine book review. Next meeting is November « with Ethel Oney and Norma Liver. more in charge of refreshments. Drive rer rands Abble K. Hand Circle of King's Daughters traveled to the lovely home of Mrs. Frank Murray in Huntington township Monday evening for the October meeting. There were 25 present. Mrs. C. W. Gannett, new president, conducted the business meeting. Members are planning a drive I for funds the first week in IJecem-1 ber. with some central place in the business district for its headquarters.