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 - The Philomathlans. ' The Philomathlans were...
The Philomathlans. ' The Philomathlans were entertained on April 14. by Mrs. William J. Howard at her home In Murdock avenue. Price HlIL The members responded to roil call with "A Bit of Poetry." Paper were read aa iowows: "American Plavs. Old and New." Mrs. Hildreth: 'The Drama League of America." Mrs. John Krets; reaamg. some Notions of a Galfery God." Mrs. Stuart; sketch. "What Every Woman Knows." prepared hy Mrs. Curts and read by Mrs. Howard. The motto of the day was "The stage i the' mirror or human life." The g-aeata g-aeata g-aeata were Mrs. Charles Sears, Mrs. Van Meter. Mrs. R D. Betts and Mr. 'Howard. Sr. The hostess, assisted by her sister. Mrs. Sears, and Mrs. Howard. Sr.. ' served dainty refreshments. The next, meeting, which is the annua open meeting of the) club, will be held April 28. at the home of Mrs. John Kreis. Glenway avenue, each club member be ing permitted to Invite one guest.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 19 Apr 1914, Sun,
  3. Page 54

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