Mrs. Mills-- Results of Prohibition after 2 yearsMrs. McNair-- Parliamentary Law.Mrs. Foster-- Music.Mrs. Barnes-- Study of book. Civil government.Miss. McGwinn-- State Constitution.As there was no other business the meeting adjourned and Whist was played the rest of the afternoon. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Sprague, Ricketts and Mills.Christine HillebertSec. ApprovedThe regular meeting of the Goldfield Womans Club was held at the Club House Oct. 12, 1922.The meeting was called to order by the Past President, Mrs. Mills.Mrs. Foster read a letter from the President Mrs. Sprague who was unable to be present.The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.The treasurer reported a balance of (65) sixty-five cents from last year.Eighteen ($18) dollars was collected in dues making a total of $18.65.The secretary of the Board of Directors read her report. They had decided that all dues be paid at the beginning of the Club year. Also decided to allow the School Children to view the Florence H. Church Art Collection and keep the Club House open afternoons so the public could
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