Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
fo- Rob- CHE I the ! The PbUomsthlana. HE Phtloroatliians of Price Hill opened season very successfully on Tues day, the new President. Mrs. John Find lay. presiding, at the home of Mra. C. E Jones. Mra. Find lay gave a splendid Inaugural address. Miss Bessie Allen read a very interesting paper on "The Coronation of King Oerir C." Mra. W. II Jones ably discussed Tbe Rulers of the World," and there were piano solos. j The Phllomatliiana have lust bad pub lished very pretty booklets inscribed with i I be name of the new officers for the coming season: President. Mrs. John FlrxlUy: Vice President. Miss Carrie Kreis: Secretary. Mrs. F. C. Woudard: Treasurer. Mrs. r. A. Rich: Press Secretary. Mrs. Mary Taylor; Calendar Committee. Mrs. J. R, Stewart, Mrs. R. C. Webster snd Mrs. John Kreis. Some of the esrly fall meetings will have j as subjects - irur .-eignDors. tana da and Mexico." by Mrs. R p. Neave: -Car.allan legends and Traditions." by Mrs. A. O. Lantx: "Manitoba, of the Wheal Belt." bv Mr. C. A. Rich: "Alberta." by Mrs. Wood, ard: "Saskatchewan. by Mra. J. R. Stewart, Later In th season the programs will be miscellaneous In nature, aa follows "Aviation in lull.'' by Mrs William J Howard: "Suffragette Movement In Eu rope, by Miss Kreis. and "In America. by Mrs. W. H. Jones: "Our City Beautiful." by Mrs. C E. Jones, snd The Ohio Centen nial." by Mrs. May Taylor. A leading feature will be a lecture on "Art" by Mr. Roe- bin rer st the Public Library; also, lectures by Miss Crafty, Miss Allen. Dr. Henrietta Buchanan snd others: also, one evening musicals and a guest-day program. The Calendar Csmmlttee showed oiiginsllty in planning so varied a year's program.