a late hour voting it one of the most delightful of meetings.As all of the valentines was not completed Mrs. Ricketts invited the ladies to meet again at her home on Wednesday evening to finish them.Christine Hillebert Sec.Feb. 9 1922.The regular meeting of the Goldfield Woman's Club was held at the Club House Feb. 9th. The meeting was called to order by the president Mrs. Sprague.The minutes of the last meetings were read and approved. The treasurer reported $18.25 in treasury plus $3 membership fees making a total of $21.25 out of which the following bills was paid .55cts for light $1.40 for coal leaving a balance of $19.30; the report was approved and accepted.The president reported the piano tuned and a motion was made, seconded and carried that the treasurer send check for $6.00 to Mr. Sawyer.The names of Mrs. E.C. Reedall and Mrs. E.J. Howland were read for the second time and the Secretary asked to send notice of membership to them. Four new names were brought
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