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This article was published in 1908.
770 articles were published that year.

This article has a primary subject code of "Benevolent Societies" (II D 1).
1926 articles share this primary code.

  • Proletarec -- March 31, 1908
    Slovenian Benevolent Society "Nada"

    The Slovenian women in Chicago have organized a new benevolent society called "Nada" (hope). Last Sunday, March 15th, twenty women signed applications for membership to this newly organized society.

    A membership card costs $1.00. Monthly dues are $.50. The society will pay $3 a week for sick benefit, and $50 in case of death.

    The Executive Board consists of:- Mary Jelich, President; Mary Grileo, Vice- President; Angela Norvat, Treasurer.

    Controling Committee:- Ursula Koshnik, Mary Sottar, Anna Krizanich.

    The Committee for the sick includes Mrs. Zavitnik and Mrs. Neden.

    II D 1