petitioning Mrs. V. L. Ricketts to file for membership of the School Board. A motion was made and seconded and unanimously carried to that effect.Current Events were then called for by Mrs. Sprague and the following members contributed Mesdames Ricketts, Foster, Shaffer, Scott, Mills, Moon, Barnes, and Sprague.No other business being before the club the meeting adjourned and cooking demonstrating was given by Mr. Reginald[?] using aluminum ware.Christine Hillebert Sec.March 23, 1922.ApprovedThe regular meeting of the G. Woman's Club was held at the Home April 13, 1922. The meeting was called to order by the Pres. the roll called with fifteen members present. The minutes of the last meeting was read and approved.The treasurer reported a balance of $3.50 in bank. was accepted. The Secretary of the Board of Directors was read. It was decided to give the Husbands dinner April 22, at 6.30 P.M.The secretary was instructed to write a letter to Mr. Elmer [Tansery?] of Tonopah in regard to a lecture on Art.It was moved and seconded to aid in keeping a Mother's Cooky Jar filled for the soldiers at Letterman [Army] Hospital, one jar to be sent out, every month.No other business coming before the meeting. it was turned over to Mrs. Foster who gave a most delightful
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