Nell Notestine *

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Nell Notestine * - i two weeks with Miss Caroline Oakley, Oakley,...
i two weeks with Miss Caroline Oakley, Oakley, of west Church street, at which time the members will exchange Christmas gifts. The M. B. C. club was entertained by Mrs. J. Ray Merchant, of east Center street, yesterday afternoon. After a season of fancy work the hostess served a dinner at 6 o'clock. The next meeting will be held in two weeks with Mrs. F. D. Bents, of south Vine street. The Amaranthine club met with Miss Grace Llndsey, of Franconla av enue, last night. Fancy work was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Mrs. Cleon Williams was presented a hand-painted hand-painted hand-painted plate. Plans were made for the Christmas Christmas box to be opened at the next meeting in two weeks with Mrs. Ross Campbell, of Pearl street. The Happy Heart club was entertained entertained by Miss Delite McRtll, of south Main street, last night. The time was devoted to crocheting, embroidery embroidery work and music. In a contest contest the honors went to Misses Florence Florence Rinehart, Viola Ernst and May Fugitt. The hostess was presented presented a hand-painted hand-painted hand-painted birthday plate. The next meeting will be held in two weeks with Miss Florence Rine hart, of Silver street. The Bay View Reading circle met with Miss Nell Notestine at her home on east Center street, last night. Miss Alma Howser gave a reading, "Heart of Central Asia." and Mr. J. L. Elicker s:ave a reading on "Who Is Norman Angel?" The next meeting will be held in two weeks with Miss Elixabeth Datry, of the Trumbull apartments. Miss Ruth Hare entertained the H. E. N. 8. club at her home on north State street, last evening. The time was passed with fancy work and music. music. Miss Ethel LaMonda was a guest. The next meeting will be held in two weeks with Mrs. Emerson Weiser, of John street. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gompf and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Baker gave a dinner of pretty appointments at the Gompf home on Delaware avenue, last night, for the pleasure of the members members of the Colonial Bridge cluband their husbands. After dinner ten tables were filled for a season of bridge and at the conclusion of the series Mrs. John Cleveland and Mr. L. E. Starr, who held the highest scores, were presented the honors. The gueBts from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. McGregor, of Chi cago, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Ellis, and Mr. Horacec Mo- Mo- Kibbon, of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, a guest at the Gompf residence. A number of young people gave Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bensley a house

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  1. The Marion Star,
  2. 08 Dec 1916, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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  • Nell Notestine *

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