March 22, 1914
The Philomatbians. The Philomath la ns were entertained on March 17 by Mrs. Morrow at her home in Chateau avenue." Price H1U. After roll can. to which the members responded with current events, the main business of the day proved to be the electldn of of ficers for the ensuing year. The ballot ing resulted in the election of the following very efficient corps of officers: Pres ident. Mrs. John Flndlay; Vice President. Mrs. P. 8. Dyer; Secretary. Mrs. P. B. Sullivan; Treasurer. Mra Howard H1M- reth; Press Secretary, Mra Harry Red- field. Papers were read as follows: "Woman and. Philanthropy." Mra Find- lay; "Some Reformers:" "Maud Balling-ton Booth." Mrs. John Kreis; "Mrs. Ella Flagg Toting,' Mrs. Redfleld; "Sophie Wright" Miss Carrie Kreis: "Heroines of Modern Progress,' Mrs. AMa Kreis: "Social Significance of Women's Organisations." Mrs. Webster. In honor of the patron saint of the day the hostess had provided a little guessing contest to. conclude the program, the fortunate prise winners being Mrs. W. H. - Jones and Mrs. Alrin Kreis. Refreshments, consist ing of cake, cream and candies, in which green was the predominating hue, were served by Misses IsabeUe Morrow and Dorothy Wilson. The next meeting, which is the annual evening meeting of the PhUomathlans. will be held March 81, at the home of Mrs. John Kreis. Glenway avenue, each duo member feeing permitted to invite two guests.