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to its purchase in the early days. She also said, that the Presidents chair, being given to her personally, by private parties was now requested there that she ship the same to her Cal. home. Mrs. Mills made a motion that she be allowed to take her chair, which was heartily agreed to by all the members. It was also moved and carried that Mrs. Sprague have a brass plate engraved for same and send the bill to the club here.Report from card party $6.25 after which the meeting was turned over to Mrs. Fitzgerald who gave a wonderful paper on "The Fleet" and later had her girl scouts come anddo some of their wonderful dances, which was very much enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Houghtalin was voted a member of the club and the Sec ordered to notify her. Delicious tea and cake was served and both visitors and members enjoyed the day very much.Mrs. Towley was appointed to continue the subject of our Fleet for the next regular meeting. The meeting adjourned after the singing of America.Nellie V. TowleySec. pro tem [Seal Goldfield Woman's Club, Nevada, Incorporated May, 1908]



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