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Winona Literary Society.
By ELIZABETH F. HORSE. The Winona Literary Society met hi the chapel on Friday evening, Jan uary 19,1917. he following program was well rendeced: Song, Society Recitation, "Paul Revere's Ride" Sophia I. Heart Drama, "The Wrong Doctor" Grace Allman and Nancy Nelson Duet, "Somebody" Rosa Bird Neck lace and Katie Weir Recitation, "Somebody's Mother" Julia Stands Up Conumdrums, Lucile Mousseau and others Recitation, "The Frost" Sally Lit tle Hoop CARD OF THANKS. To our friends who so kindly assisted as in the sickness and death of oar beloved wife, mother, daughter, and sister, we wish to express our thanks. Also our appre ciation of the many beautiful flowers. Your kindness will always be remembered. Sergeant at Arm's report Song, Society. After all the program was rendered the Secretary read the program for the next two meetings. Our Advis or, Miss Tully, gave a talk to the so ciety and the visitors. Miss Loomis and Mrs. Stelzner, talked to the soci ety and encouraged us to do our best. The books of the reading course only recently arrived and the first meeting in January was given over to the discussion of portions of the book "All The Children of All The People." The committee in charge of the reading circle work are Mr Mumblehead, chairman Miss Lowen and Miss Tully. Francis Chapman and Children, Mrs. George and Jennie Stover, Mrs. John L. Swallow, Mrs. Laura Desersa, Mrs. James L. Riley, Mr. Edward Stover, Mr. George Stover, Jr.