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 - & Guy Cowan Gives Fine Talk At Federation...
& Guy Cowan Gives Fine Talk At Federation Special Meeting The history of ceramics from its early beginning* in prehistoric times was traced by R. Guy Cowan who spoke on Saturday afternoon nt the special meeting of the City Federation Federation of Women's Clubs held at the Congregational Church. Mr. Cowan who is president of Cowan potteries a» Rocky River. Illustrated his talk with lantern slides showing the different different types of pottery. He nJso gave a practical demonstration demonstration of a simple form of pottery making using a plaster of paris mold form. Bits of pottery, from the simple to the more elaborate forms, were used as examples show* ing the varying types of materials and finishes used in the Cowan potteries. potteries. An especially interesting feature of his talk was his mention of his visit to the Wedgewood potteries In England last year. Thirty students in the art department department of Sandusky High School, accompanied accompanied by their teacher, Miss Marian Yocum, were guests for the talk. The audience included more than one hundred people. About seventy women attended the luncheoVi which preceded the talk. Community singing marked the program. program. The other musical numbers were two duets, "At Parting," written written by James Rogers, music critic of the Cleveland Plain ' Dealer, and Brown Bird Hinging" by Wood. These were sung by Mrs. Martha Flint Grullch and Miss Elsa Wend- schuh accompanied by Miss Hilda Beehrel. Mrs. R. Guy Echols is president of the City Federation. Plans for today's today's luncheon were In the hands of committee headed by Mrs. Guy Manaugh as general chairman. Mrs. C. B. Bliss planned the program assisted assisted by Mrs Alma Harris Rogers who had charge of music. Mrs. John Hlmmcleln and Mrs Ed Gttnd- lach had charge of reservations. Miss Philli* Singler arranged the table decorations. Both Mr. and Mrs. R. Guy Cowan of Rocky River were the guests ol the Federation. Reservations were made for: Mrs. A. C. Bowser, Mrs. R. Guy Echols, Miss Abble Woolworth, Woolworth, Mrs. Earl Zoiman, Mrs. L*o Kugei, Mrs. Letfore Long, Mrs. Alma Alma Harris Rogers, Mrs. A. C. Roiith. Mr*. Ida Schmidt, Mrs. Minn C. Engels, Engels, Mrs. Robt; Wagnr, Mrs. Wll bert Ohtetnachcr, Mr«. John Roiith. Miss Winifred Derhpsey, Miss Wll- ma Link, Mrs. Phoebe Smith, Mre. J. C. Kramfir, Miss Dorothy Keefe, Mrs. C. B. Bliss, Mrs. F. M. Hough taling. Mies Mary Lyman, Mrs. C. Knouff, Mrs, Wilbert Ohlemacher, Mrs. Hayes Adams, Mrs. Imogene Marshall, Marshall, Mrs. O. M. Rlnklnff, Mrs. J. B. Schaefer, Mrs. C. W. Laird, Mrs. Martha Flint Grullch, Miss Elsu Wendscluih, Miss Hilda Bechtel, Mrs. Wm. Neumelster. Miss Mary Deeley, Deeley, Mrs. A. C. Close, Mrs, John Merlz, Mrs. Harry Pfeil, Mrs. V. J Tinglcr, Mrs. John Hlmmelein, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. F. C. Burket, Mrs. Geo. E. Reiter. Mrs. H. L. McLane, McLane, Mrs. Geo. Runner, Mrs. Guy Manaugh, Mrs. Garnhart and daughter daughter of Milan. Mrs. . William Sprow. and Mrs. Chas. Gundlach. Gundlach. A number of reservations were received without names. Lenten Sewing

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  1. The Sandusky Register,
  2. 07 Dec 1930, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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