May 26th 1921The Goldfield Woman's Club held their annual White Day meeting at the Club house, Thursday afternoon May 26th 1921 at two o'clock. Mrs. Mills the President call the meeting to order. The minutes of the last meeting were read and accepted. The Treasurer reports a balance of 7.80.It was moved, seconded and carried to have an Election the Second meeting in the fall. It was moved, seconded, and carried that Mrs. Olga Sicomond be a delegate to represent the Goldfield Woman's Club at Salt Lake. A list of studies to be used the coming year was then taken up.The sec. was instructed to write a letter of the year's work to Clara Crisler for the press. Also write Mrs. Claudea letter. The sec. was instructed to give the pamphlet; A Call to Clubs to the Fourth of July committee After roll call the meeting was turned over to Mrs. Murdock who was Chairman of White day. Mrs. Murdockhad arranged a very charming program. At the close, the hostesses of the day Mrs. Roberson, Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Earnest served delicious refreshments.After singing America the meeting adjourned to meet again in Oct.Mabel Kendall.SecretaryPro tem
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