Club Minutes: Mutual Improvement Association, 1896-1900

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Association Vol. VI 27-3d mo 1896 22-2d [mo] 1900 506 to 549 mtg

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Vol VI Association Meetings from 3-27-1896 to 2/22 1900 42 meetings

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Members of The Association in April 1897

Sarah A. Bond Evergreen Mary T. Bond Magnolia Ellen Farquhar The Cedars Anna F. Gilpin Walnut Hill Martha Holland Pleasant Grove Margaret S. Hallowell Oak Grove Sarah T. Miller Mt Airy Mary E. Moore Plainfield Hadassah J. Moore Plainfield Eliza N. Moore Norwood Albina O Stabler Sunnyside Mary Osborne Sunnyside Sarah H. Stone Rosedale Sarah E. Stabler The Cottage Elizabeth G. Thomas Cherry Grove Lydia G. Thomas Ashland Mary Colt Wrenwood Mary Bentley Thomas Belmont Elizabeth Davis Knollton

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Members of the Association 1901

Mary T. Bond Magnolia Louisa T. Brooke Brooke Place Caroline S. Brooke Walbrooke Mary G. Colt Wrenwood Elizabeth C. Davis Knowllton Ellen Farquhar The Cedars Mary E. Gilpin Avalon Annie F. Gilpin Walnut Hill Martha A. Holland Pleasant Grove Anna G. Lea Argyle Hallie I. Lea Eldon Sarah T. Miller Mt. Airy Mary E. Moore Plainfield Eliza N. Moore Norwood Mary Osborne Sunnyside Albina O. Stabler Sunnyside Sarah E. Stabler The Cottage Virginia Steer Sarah H. Stone Rosedale Elizabeth G. Thomas Cherry Grove Mary Bentley Thomas Belmont

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Pleasant Grove, March 26. 1896

There was quite a full attendance of members of the Association together with a number of visitors at the home of Martha Holland on this pleasant spring day. After enjoying much social converse and a bountiful dinner we commenced the exercises by reading the minutes of the last meeting. Ellen Farquhar acting as Sec. for the day. Our hostess gave the following sentiments

" Every beautiful good and pure thought which the heart holds, is an angel of mercy purifying and guarding the soul". Hallie Bentley read an exceedingly pretty poem "The Carpet Weaver" by Fannie Iddings.

Miss Mary Colt followed with the travels of Miss Mary Green - a doll which had been forwarded by mail from Mass to the Pacific Coast over various parts of the continent for amusement.

Jane T Porter gave one of her characteristic selections making up in quality for deficiency in quantity

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