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enjoy the same privilege.The new roll was called with five members present.A motion was made and seconded that we have copies made of the by-laws and constitution to give to the new members.No other business coming before the meeting the program for the afternoon was [end of sentence crossed out] "turned over to Mrs. Foster."Mrs. Lawrence Reilly accompanied by Mrs. Foster gave to beautiful songs.Mrs. Arthur Barnes gave a most delightful paper on Better Homes.Mrs. Paul Brown on the violin accompanied by Mrs. Foster on the piano gave to beautiful selections.The meeting was closed by the club singing one verse of America.The members and guests were then invited to view the F.H.C. Art Collection which was the main feature of the afternoon.ApprovedChristine Hillebert Sec.The second regular meeting of The Goldfield Woman's Club was held at the Club House Oct. 26, 1922.The meeting was called to order by the Pres., Mrs. Sprague with seven members present.Owing to the fact that they had left the state, the names of Mrs. Shafer and Mrs. Salsbury were removed from the roll.The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.The Treas. reported $22.65 in the treasury and bills paid amounting to $9.90 leaving a balance of $12.75.A motion was made and carried that this report be accepted.The Sec. of the Board of Directors read the report of the last board meeting.Mrs. Sprague spoke with much feeling of the death of Mrs. Nellie G. Peck Jonasen and the Secretary read a letter of sympathy to



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