Yankton Press & Dakotan
4 Jun 1938 (Evening), p. 6, col. 1-2
On Tuesday afternoon the annual Yankton Golf and Country Club guest day luncheon will be served at the club house at 1:15. Each member may bring one guest and after serving, bridge will be played.
A covered dish will be contributed by each member, who will also provide dishes and utensils for herself and a guest.
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A meeting of the Home and Education department of the Yankton Woman’s club will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the home of Mrs. H. A. Kenyon, 509 Pine street. All club members anticipating belonging to this department during the coming year are invited. Plans for the departmental program and activities will be made.
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WOMEN GOLFERS ARE INVITED TO VERMILLION
Women of the Yankton Golf and Country club have been invited to a day of golfing and social activities at Vermillion on Wednesday, June 8. Because of the Vermillion trip there will be no Wednesday morning breakfast at the Yankton Golf and Country club the coming week.
Vermillion will entertain at a morning of golf, after which a luncheon will be served, and the afternoon devoted to bridge.
Mrs. John R. Wood, social chairman, is arranging for cars to take the Yankton visitors. Any members of the club desiring to go and having no way of going provided will phone Mrs. Wood not later than 6 o’clock tonight as all reservations must be in by that time.
At last Wednesday’s golf breakfast Mrs. Clarence Weiger won the prize for low putts on nine holes.
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