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The Blue Book of Iowa Women A History of Contemporary Women

Compiled by Winona Evans Reeves, 1914.


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Mrs. Albert Myron Price

Georgia V. Snoddy was born on a farm in Clinton county, Iowa, Dec. 13, 1868.  Her parents, Matthew Snoddy and Ellen Teskey, figured in the early struggles of the first settlers, of eastern Iowa.  In 1886 she moved with her parents to Maquoketa, Iowa, where she was educated in the public schools, later taking a course in the Northern Illinois Normal College.  For several years she was a successful primary teacher.  She was married to Albert Myron Price, cashier of the First National Bank, De Witt, Iowa, on June 18, 1895.  Besides looking after a commodious home, she takes an active part in all organizations, having for their object, public improvement, and moral and social progress.  She is serving as president of Pierian Club for the second time;  was first president of the Clinton County Federation of Women's Clubs, a charter member of Chapter B G, P. E. O., also of Golden Star chapter, O. E. S., and in 1909, served as deputy grand matron.  She helped organize the Twentieth Century Dames, a local organization, and was its second president.  She is now chairman of the second district of the Iowa State Federation of Women Clubs, and was a member of the educational committee during the previous year.  She is a trustee for the Carnegie Public Library, is an active member of the First Congregational church, and interested in all branches of church work.  She has traveled extensively in the United States, Alaska and Canada.  Her capable and efficient service has brought many responsible positions, which she has filled with much credit to herself, as well as to the organizations which she represented.



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