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The October 1, 1919 Butte Daily Post
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Sandie Eisenbath
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THE BUTTE DAILY POST
Wednesday, October 1, 1919
  


FRATERNAL NEWS OF THE DAY IN BUTTE

All Organizations Actively Preparing
for the Winter Socials

With the dying days of summer and the approach of the winter months all local fraternal organizations are actively engaged in laying out their plans for social programs during the winter months.

Last year all organizations were engaged in war work: many of their members were in the service and consequently the season of 1918-1919 was the dullest in the history of the city as far as social gatherings among the fraternal orders were concerned.  The outlook for the coming winter is very bright.


  KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

Forty-two candidates were given the first  degree at the regular meeting last evening.  Second and third degrees will be conferred on Oct. 12.  A smoker and social session followed the ceremonial.  Talks were made by W. J. McMahon, Dr. J. J. Carroll of Ennis, Mont.: Dee J. McGonigle, Ed Fitzpatrick, Jere J. Shea and Phil Tevlin, who recently returned from service overseas.


ELKS

    Capt. Mae Morton of the Salvation Army, recently returned from service overseas, will address the local lodge tomorrow evening.  She will tell some of her experiences while frying doughnuts and ministering to the wounded doughboys.  The Elks have gladly consented to assist in the coming Salvation Army campaign here.


HIBERNIANS

The regular weekly meeting of the Hibernians will be held this evening at Centerville hall.  Business of importance is announced and a large meeting is anticipated.  Announcements will be made of activities during the winter social season.  The attendance for the past few meetings has been larger that for the past few years.


DELEGATES LEAVE

Delegates from Butte who will attend the Daughters of the American Revolution convention tomorrow at Billings left this morning.  Among the seven delegates who left were Mrs. Charles Blackburn, Mrs. C. L. Smith, Mrs. J. E. Knowles and Mrs. W. D. Fenner.  Representatives from Helena, Dillon, Bozeman, Livingston, Missoula, Kalispell, butte and Billings will attend.  Patriotic and educational subjects will be discussed.


GOING TO SALMON

Louis Dreibelbis and George Nelson left today in the formerís car for Salmon, Idaho.  They are making the trip by way of Wisdom and expect to return Friday.

 

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