Grange - Roscoe Oney

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Grange - Roscoe Oney - ENJOY MASK PARTY WELLINGTON \\Vlll n R t o n...
ENJOY MASK PARTY WELLINGTON \\Vlll n R t o n Grangers Ratlv.'rc'd at Ihe hall -oh Wednesday evening for .1 business mectliiK nnd masquerade* party. There wns n large attendance. Worthy Master Llyod Belts wns in the chair when the meeting opened opened with the song. "Ond Bless America." It was voted to give 65 to the National War Fund drive, which bi'tgms in this Rreiv, Saturday. Saturday. Ocotbcr 27. Walter Warren, charter member of. the GraiiKc, was/reported • ill. Three nanies wrre yoted on mirl were llnainniou.«,ly elected to Join Ihe Cirnnpe, KU'Ction. nf -offic'crs will be held .it the November 14 Grange meeting. meeting. The program arranged by the lecturer. Mrs. W. U. Jeffrey was In the form of n clever masquerade affair. Those receiving pri7.es for costumes were: Mrs. Herbert Whitney, Whitney, tallest;- Mrs. Miriam Dirlam, shortest; Mr*. Ida Durikle. prettiest, prettiest, and Arthur Mason, funniest. Judge? were Mrs Ben Biuce, Mrs. O. L. Dates and Rosroe Oney. The Grangers were then divided into three groups fur a utiint, which wns very amusing. A clever knit- ling bee contest, in charge nf Miss Ina Dunkle, included several men. Sidney Hemcnwny. Arthur Mason, Joe McConnell, Earl Jameyson, all dressed in women's clothes, w h o displayed their line of icandul about ' Clrange, members. Others taking part wort- Mm. Herbert i .vrmber 14 Whitney. Mi.ss Mary Surge. Mrs Sam Belts ai'rt Mrs Claude M»hr- man, Mrs.. Miriam Dirlam, Mrs. Earl Jameyson and Mrs. W. B. Jeffrey. Jeffrey. Mrs. Claude Mohrman was the i The 15 m atu-iulaiu'e played (james * winner of Ihe corn guessing con- t-est, which was in chtirge ot Miss Alice BetUs, while Mrs. Lloyd Bells was in charge of the black."cat contest contest won by Mrs. Joe McConnel nnd Donald Jameyson. A clever fortune telling game with Mrs. Jeffrey as Chi Chi nncl Mrs. Sidney Hemctiwny us Chinng wax also enjoyed. Pumpkin pic, doughnuts and'cof- fee wove served under the ih'rocUon of Mrs. William HIanchanI, Mrs. Lcltie Howk and Miss Mary Burge. Mrs. Hcmenway won the special prize. Injure* Knre Willis Hines,• while alighting from his truck at his home at 027 Norlh Main street, this-week, missed his footing, Injuring his knee badly. H is thought, he has a cracked knee bone. He i.s confined to bed under care of a physician. .Mfrl At .Meek Home The First Baptist Missionary society society traveled lo the home of Mrs. James Meek for an all day mceling Wednesday. Twenty-two partook of the dinner served and prepared by Mrs. Meek and Mrs. John ftcinert. Guest 'speaker was Mrs. Esther Hamilton, mlssi'onary from the Far East. She dwell largely on the two years End three months when she- wn* taken prisoner in a Philippine camp. She .s;iid the food wns so bad nnd of so little quantity that she lost f>0 pounds. Mr?.'John I'irnicrl will be host- I*SS t' the , icciety Wfcliu-fday, No- arty j The Service Wives club members ; .singed ,1 rlovrr Hallowe'en party Wednesday night lit hom-e-of Mrs. fiore FarniT, Wheeling avenue.

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  1. The Chronicle-Telegram,
  2. 26 Oct 1945, Fri,
  3. Page 19

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