Clipped From The Iola Register
lOU WOMAN SPOKE Mr*, rburrhlll Talked to State EairU -8 on AsslNtaut Club. At the state nieetiuK of tbe Eagles In session at Hutchinson. Mrs. Dell Churchill of this city gave u fine talk on the ladles assistant movement which was started here recently. The Hutchinson News says: Mrs.,Dell Churchill of Iota was called called upon by one of the members of lola aerie. She had a story to t^ll of the work of the women aud how they hope to make their work felt lu-the organiaztiou. The women of lolu,. who are wives, mothers, sisters aiid daughters of Eagles, liave recently organized organized what is called an "assistant club,' of the Eagles and Mrs. Churchill Churchill was selected to come to the state meeting and propose that the a.ssocia- tlon allow the ladles tu get together and make an organization that would be a sort of auxiliary of the acrle.s. "I am told that you have never before before had a sister address you,", she said, "and I am glad that I am allowed allowed to do so. We wives want an assistant club. We don't want a vote in your affairs but we believe we will be able to do good among .vou. when your aeries are doing so much good for the* families of the ni*inber8. We want to help you and we believe there Is aplaoe for us. We don't wani to attach ourselves to you In any way that will encumber you l>ut If you grow in doing good we can also help in the same way." Her speech was received with m(ich applause and the matter is to be |ire- sented to the state aerie at one of the sessions for its endorsement. So many of: the delegates atterwards( greeted Mrs. Churchill that It Is probable probable that some action will be taken that will do the things the ladles of the order would like to have done.