Nell Notestine *

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I ! Whatsoever (IrleJe. j The Whatsoever circle, of King's Daughters, met with Miss Alma 1 Church, of east Center street, last night, with twenty-eight twenty-eight twenty-eight members : present. Mrs. C. E. Merkle and Miss Nell Notestine were received! into tlTe circle. j Miss Anna Dennig opened the program with the scripture lesson ! after which Mrs. Linius L. Stroik offered prayer and the company re-eluhs re-eluhs : peated the Lord s Prayer. Miss Fed-; Helen Hackett read an excellent j paper on "The Call of the Disciples'1 ; which was well received, i Mrs. J. W. Thompson. Mrs. II. K. ' Mouser and Mrs. Frank Lust gave i l ; ; ' splendid reports on the state King s Daughter's convention held at Newark, Newark, October 4-6. 4-6. 4-6. Committees made reports and orders orders were taken for comforters. Mrs. H. L. Plumb was appointed chairman of a committee to look after the twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five cents a mem- mem- j ber asked at the state convention, j j to go toward covering the debt of ; the jitney to the Rprk Ledge Inn, ' the girls' home near Port Clinton, ; conducted by the state society.- society.- ! During the social hour the host-iir. host-iir. ess served refreshments. , At the next meeting, November fi, . Mrs. T. C. Lawrence and Mrs. Har- Har- vey Long will be hostesses. This will be held at the city union rooms and will be a work meeting. ;

Clipped from The Marion Star17 Oct 1916, TuePage 9

The Marion Star (Marion, Ohio)17 Oct 1916, TuePage 9
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