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WCTU Entertains with Tea

The Women's Christian Temperance Union will entertain with a Tea at Baptist House today at 4:30.


High School boys wanted to perform a genuine hoe-down, the Charleston, and the Can-Can for a sesquicentennial celebration of Jamestown's founding.


The morning amphitheater program emphasized that "we must develop stronger bodies and healthier minds if we are to build a solid basis for our society, threatened by softness within and Communism without."

from The Chautauquan Daily, July 15, 1960

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