Weekly Chemawa American. (Chemawa, Or.) 189?-198?, November 01, 1901, Page 7, Image 7

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' The Reliance Literary Society assembled
jn Class Room No, 9, Oct. 24, and reorgan
ized for the present term,
M. R. Decker called the meeting to order
and the following officers and commities
were elected and appointed:
President, A. T. Gillis; Vice-President,
Charles Cutter; Recording and Correspond
ing Secretary, M. K, Decker; Treasurer,
John Harris; Editor,, Eugene Geffe; Ser".
geant-at:arms, Haynes Dewitt.
The following persons are in charge of,
the Program work of the society : M. R.
Docker, C. Cutter and J. Harris.
Committee ou membership, M. R. Deck
er, Chas. Cutter and Eugene Geffe. . .
Silas Booth, Bimon Booth and Joshua
Gibson .
Program for October 31, 1901.
. Address, A. T. Gillis; Reading, Charles
Cutter; Current Events, M. R. Decker; Pen
Picture, Henry Lovelace; Comic Read-.
I rig, Charles Hilburn; Poetical Reading,
John Harris
. Question f'-r debate Resolved : that (he
wind has a greater force than the sun.
Affirmative, Negative. ,
M, R. Decker A. T. Gillis
John Harris Chas, AV. Hilburn
The Estelle Reels.
Mr. Potter, Please riiav I use the phone.
Red 56 please. Y-
U that you Miss, Chi Iders? .
,. Soyou want to know all about our literary
so.dety the Estelle Reelh? ''.., , '
Boys, in' our society. No,, indeed not..
No 'we have no paper, as yet. But, we
have the best and most. pleasing ', Souvenir
in school.' ' i -
Of course I will tell you ths office's.
Miss Irene Sorter, president; Miss Jennie
pownie, Vic president; Miss Mary Jurh,
fecrJary; Miss Eva Simmons, treasur r ;
Miss Mabel McKay sergeant at arms, Miss
Hazel Cliff, Assistant-Sergeant-at arms;
MissTillie Souveigner, reporter.
Did you know we are interestedin ani
mals? Well, we are, because we have a
bird, .
I am glad you asked about our yell. .
Rah! Rah! Rah! .
Zip! Boom! Bah!
EstelleReel! Estelle Reel!
Rah! Rah! Rah!
What did you say? Yes, our society is
sure to have its place in the front ranks of
the Chemawa School: Why do we have it?
Well, we have a reason for it all, 01 dear!
they shut me off. But as 1 am 'leaving I
can hear happy voices shouting: Who are,
who are, who are we? We are members
of the Estelle Reels-'-EE?
" The Excel;or Litrary Society met in
school room No. 4, on Thursday evening
for the purpose of reorganizing.
Albert Payne was appointed to conduct
the election. The candidates for president
were Thus. Young, Win. Ingram and C.
Larson. C. 0. Larsen was elected. Vice
President, W. Ingram; Secretary, N.Lew
is; Treasurer) Thos. Young; and Sergeant-at-aims,
John Raul. ,
. William Blodgett mid Willie Ingram
were appointed as program Committee.
. Albert Payne and Win. Ferris as Mem
bership committee.
The program for next meeting will be:
Selection, Orchestra; Address, W'ti, In
gram;. Reading, ThoB. D woie;Song, Quar
tette. ,
QieMtion: Resolved that I he Indian
fdto'ds should be abolished.
A ffi rrnat i ve. Negitf ve,
Th'-s. Yonng Priit. N. L-win Prin.
Ctia. Hicks Cot. . J'dm R ub Col.
Kelei'ti..n Ore'ifStra