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Chapter EU P.E.O. to meet on June 16
MITCHELL – Chapter EU P.E.O. will hold their spring coffee June 16 at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Jenny Hughson with Andee Symonds and Amber Plasencio serving as co-hostess. Jamie Connell will give the state convention report.
Sunflower Chapter holds June meeting
MITCHELL – Sunflower Chapter #214 held a regular meeting at the Masonic Hall in Mitchell on Tuesday, June 5 with Worthy Matron Ruth Walker presiding.
The charter was draped in memory of Paul Morrill, a 40-year member of Eastern Star. Members of the chapter had provided a meal for the Morrill family on Saturday after Paul’s funeral. Lori Nerud and Betty Kenyon reported on Grand Chapter held in Kearney in May.
The Area meeting will be held Friday, June 15, in Bridgeport. Members can make reservations through Betty Kenyon no later than Friday the 8th.
Hostesses for the evening were Ruth Walker and Connie Morrill.
The next meeting will be Tuesday, July 10, at 7:30 p.m. This is one week later than usual because of the Fourth of July holiday. All members of Eastern Star are invited to attend.
100 Years Ago - Morrill Mail
Henry Methodist Episcopal Church - It was unanimously voted to purchase a Service Flag to be hung in the Church, as we have already 14 stars to be placed upon it. Children’s Day will be observed next Sunday evening. A splendid program will be provided by the children and a silver Offering will be taken up for the Education Fund. The Church has been treated to two coats of white paint on the outside and is certainly looking greatly improved.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A Stockwell and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Abts returned Monday from Denver where they went to see the eclipse from the top of Lookout Mountain. The weather man acted real mean and brought out a nice big cloud and a shower of rain at the time set for the eclipse.
Home Demonstration Agent Notes - Barley is a good substitute for wheat. Barley flour can be used alone in any quick bread and is excellent combined with a small amount of cornstarch, cornflour, cornmeal or mashed potato.
Mr. Charles H. Morrill sent two copies of his book “The Morrills and Reminiscences” to the Library last week.
There was a picture agent canvassing the flats the past week.
News of Nebraska - Nine passenger trains have been taken off the Union Pacific in Nebraska through the order of Director General McAdoo, curtailing service during the war.
Congregations of the Baptist, Presbyterian and Congregational churches of Kearney have united into one church, to be known as the Church of America, to remain organized until after the war.
Lieutenant Grosvenor P. Cather of Bladen, 34 years old, named among the killed in action in a recent casualty list, is the first Nebraska officer to fall in battle on the western front and was the first Webster count man to go overseas.
Morrill Summer Day Campers visit Peaceful Prairie Nursery
Large contention of local high school rodeo competitors headed to Hastings
The Voice News- June 13, 2018
Four Chasek brothers look to leave their mark in final event together
The Voice News - June 13, 2018
Mitchell athletes compete on West
All-Star football, volleyball teams
By, The Voice News - June 13, 2018
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