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Description: Society & Club (1 of 2) Page 2

Date: December 22 1922

Newspaper published in: Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., Ohio

Democratic Banner, Mt Vernon, OH Dec. 22, 1922 Society & Club (1 of 2) Page 2

Thursday, Dec. 21
The Women of Mooseheart Legion will meet at 7:30 o'clock. Installation of officers.
Friday, Dec. 22
Elmwood Community club meets at the school at 7:30 p. m. After the business session there will be a Christmas entertainment given by the scholars.
Entertainment At Beech Knob School
An entertainment and box social was given Wednesday evening at the Beech Knob school, near Lock, by the pupils of the school, who have as their teacher Miss Ruth SESSER. A large number of persons were present and enjoyed the program presented by the boys and girls.
Griffin-Donaugh Wedding
Mr. Samuel GRIFFIN of Sylvania and Miss Pearl E. DONAUGH of Howard were united in marriage at 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon by Rev. S. J. CLEELAND at his residence, East Vine street. The ring service was used and the couple was unattended.
Mr. and Mrs. GRIFFIN will make their home on a farm near Sylvania.
School Faculty Has Party
The members of the high school faculty enjoyed a Christmas party and gift exchange Wednesday afternoon at the home of Supt. of Schools and Mrs. A. W. ELLIOT, West Hamtramck street. All the teachers of the high school were present and spent the time in a delightful manner.
In the course of the afternoon, refreshments were served to the guests.
Clinton Grange Entertainment
A Christmas entertainment was given by Clinton grange Wednesday evening in the grange hall. One of the largest crowds ever present at the hall was in attendance for the evening's pleasures. A program of musical numbers, recitations and readings was given by the grange members, and at the conclusion of the evening each person was presented with candy.
Past Officers Have Meeting
The Past Officers of the Sons and Daughters of Liberty met Wednesday afternoon. Twenty-five members were present and after transacting routine business, spent the afternoon in a social manner. At 6 o'clock dinner was served to the members by a committee composed of Mrs. R. M. DAVIS and Mrs. Emma DUNLAP.
In the evening the regular meeting of the Sons and Daughters of Liberty was held and two candidates were given the initiatory degree. Two applications for membership also were received.


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