Waneta Social: 0054.0334


            Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Madden, Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins, Mrs. Hartbauer, Miss Genelle, Miss Howe, Miss Hill, Misses Maud and Ollie Hanna, Frank Hanna, W.E. Blackmer, Capt. W.E. Nesbitt, James Whitmore and W.M. Claffeigh, all chaperoned by Col. E.S. Topping, went to Waneta Tuesday night to have a good time.  They had it.  The party returned shortly before noon on Wednesday, and joy was unconfined during all that time.  Mrs. Marian Davis and her sister, Mrs. Ellis, threw open the Waneta Hotel to the visitors, who were joined by Uncle Henry Goodhue from Seven Mile, Col. and Mrs. Pinkston of Boundary and others, and they danced, feasted and sang songs all night long.  They are all of the opinion that they will go again, in a short time, and vote Waneta the greatest place in British Columbia and Mesdames Davis and Ellis the belles of Waneta.

0054.0334: Waneta Social

Great coverage on the social scene in Trail and Waneta.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  February 1, 1896
Pages:  6
Publisher:  Trail Creek News
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0054)


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People arrow Hannaarrow
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People arrow Genellearrow
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