Mrs Ethel Oney

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t\t fA\\ft*f • B* CORA M SHEfAftD ;m Hirker 8L PhftB* 41-4 I for DtlltefJ Seftlct Cill • FAITH WARE He ^fl<•k Ave \fe»l Phnn* 4J-1 MUSKMELON Seed cannot t* atArted outside until the weather And «o(l . *f« warm, *o for an extra early ctop, sapecially in areaj where the *eMon normally in (Me, seeds should be started in the hot-beJ. When ft hot-bed is not available, start them Indoors In a window box, inverted sods, old strawberry boxes or paper cups. Mu.»kmelon«, Ilka cucumbers, resent being transplanted, therefore, when they are planted on to give to the"'c«ncer' sod, as illustrated In the nccotn- There were 24 mom- panylhg; Garden-Graph, each chunk of aod can be set outdoors without disturbing the seedling plant*. Still another method of getting an early start calls for planting the seeds outdoors but under an open box with ft piece of glass over the top. This entails ft box for each hill. Old seed flat frames can be used with a pane of glass set over each one. tiistributfd by Ctntnl AMKRSOOX CH.'it MEETS WELLINGTON — The Woman's Afternoon club mcl Monday v.ilh Mis,s Flora Horr, South Mnin street. During Ihe business meeting, mcin hers 1 voted Summer?. Harold Prosser and 1mm Hcmpnlll. Two applications!dents, were rend for membership. ;md fivej also reviewed j dollars donated to Cancer Control. bers and two gue.*(*. Mrs. F. B. Orcgg, who hfls spent the Wintrr out ol town, nnd Mrs. Esther Clu- by, who returned from ihree and one-half ycnii spent with her son and family In California. In the flbscnr.o of Mis. Jlorry Bovard. who 'with her husband 1.* on. a three weeks vacation' trip t" slates on thr West coast, Mis.- Mary Quickbaum. Herrick pubin librarian, renewed two jtitcr'e»tnit; novels in a pleafiiiR- manner. Mrs. Bovard had oxpecti-cl to revirw the book "Housalunlc," by Chard Powers Smith. Mr.<. H. D. Barbe the book, "Oieal White H;lls of ; A eunimittcn was named for in-: New Hninpfhi'rn" by Ernest Poole. Upcction on Monday evening, May Admit Two New Members 10. when the Fifth District presi-; When Abbin K. Hand Circle of,dent, Mrs. George Miner of Mc-! King's Daiinhters met Monday dina. will be inspecting officer. ! evening with Mrs. Eva Vounc. twn : The program wn.v in charge 6f| new members. Mrs. L N, Bcrglund Mrs. Robert Brmnlleld. who- gave| and Mrs. William Bnrbor were ad- a talk on Columbui, S. A. Lunch ; milled to enrollmer,;. Mrs. L. E.|w»s served by Mrs, Ethel Oney Werner rcflri a story on Paul's ver-land Mrs. SU.-IP RURg. j sion of friendship found in thc : Bu.v Luce Home Bible. The program-included quo-! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rowland lions on the founding of the Kind's! have moved into their newly pur-, DaughtCTs and the senior Abbie K.j chased home, the former Walter Hand Circle. i Luce properly at 120 Grand avenue., Refre/hments of Jello. cookie.s Rowland, a former Wellingtonian,! and coffee were served by Mrs.'is salesman for the Oalion Ralph Warren and Mrs. 'Arthur. Works and Wellington was figured; Baker. j.is centrally located in this terri-' Brraks Shoulder ! 'ory, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Yoxtheimrr' Mr. and Mrs. Luce at the present foil and broke her shoulder early i tune arc living in Hunlington, un- Monday forenoon, and was taken i:l then- nc-u home northeast' of tn Lodi hospital for treatment. Week's Event* Friendly Bible class of t'he First Wellington, is ready for occupancy. School News Beica Hiyh school w,ill present church will be guests of'an exchanye pi "gram at Ihe High Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell, Thurs- (school assembly April 24; dav evening Literary club members with Mrs. A. L. Kiplmger. Thursday evening. Woman's Benefit Association meets Thursday with Mrs. Maxlnc We.«lc-y. Double Four Pinochle club April 24 with Mrs. B.. B. Graham. Needlepoint Unit meets April 24 with Mrs. Frankly n Simonson. Dorcas society meets April 25 with Mr.«. Roy Clrecnbank. To Kntert»ln"Gr»nKe? Mi.-s Kathryn Moiiser, Home Ee- onomijs u-achfr at Wel!;ni{t"i1 high' srhix>! anrl s group of her student,- \ull pj.tertaiM Wellington Grange toiiignt. Their tii.'.cu.-.sion will be "TtU- Value nl Nutrition in Our Uvrv" 'Hip Wtllii.glon high stl.ool Ironiliotir- quartet will offer M".'- *'i.rl tiuir.bers. Meeting start, a! 8:30 Initiate *, Mrmbrrx A feauur of Ihe American Legion Auxii;ai\ meeting on M"n- day evening at the Legion Home, was mitialiii'i reremonies for jrven new member-. Mc*dames Paul JODPV. Juhii Benschoter. Leo Oar- men. William Hatiielcl. Kfnneth In H recoii! Sfiuthwesiern Confer- Amateur Night Every Wednesday with Clyde Reynolds as the Master of Ceremonies Come. Out and Enjoy the Fun

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  1. The Chronicle-Telegram,
  2. 23 Apr 1947, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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