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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – January 23, 1937

Looking west from the 700 block of Cottage Street in the late 1930’s. From the Eastman Collection at UC Davis

Monticola Club Plans Building
January 23, 1937

The Monticola club held its first meeting of the year at the Louis Carter home on Second Street Thursday afternoon with twenty-five members present.

President Gail H. V. Ogilvie called the meeting to order. Mrs. Ethel Mathews was appointed recording and corresponding secretary for the remainder of the club year.

The club collection was read by Isobel Scheinkoenig, and “America” was sung with Mrs. Iva Kilburn at the piano. All bills were ordered paid and there was some discussion in regard to building on the club lot on Lassen Street.

While building at the present time is impossible, it was suggested that the lot be filled, levelled and planted in grass and shrubs.

It was decided that beginning with the March meeting the meeting place and refreshment committee would be decided alphabetically.

The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. F. M. Capezzoli in the Del Mar apartments, with Mrs. Van de Camp and Mrs. Taylor serving the refreshments.

There was some discussion of forming a choral society among the musical members of the organization and the matter was referred to the music committee, consisting of Mrs. Louis Carter, Mrs. Mabel Barry and Mrs. Iva Kilburn.

Sandwiches and tea were served by Jackie Olmstead and Blanch Keller.


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