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H. Syracuse Museum and the Onondaga Pottery Co. Out of Town Guests to Attend Mrs. Mrs. P. There will be a short program in the museum auditorium at 8.30. p. m. Oscar F. Soule, president of the museum board of trustees, will preside. Speakers will be Dr. William .M.-Millikcn, director of the .Cleveland Museum of Art and chairman of the national ceramic advisory council, and Richard H. Pass, president of the Onondaga Pottery Co; Prize awards totaling over $2,000 .will be;announced by Miss Anna W. Olmsted. Out of-town guests will be Mrs. Ray Brunei 1 , art critic, Cleveland News, and Mr. Brunei; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Winter, Kenneth F. Bates and Charles P. Jeffrey Jeffrey of'Cleveland, O.; Mrs. Gertrude Gertrude Herdle Moore, director, and Miss Isabel Herdle. asslst- ' ant director. Rochester Memorial Art gallery; Prof. Charles M. Harder Â· and Prof. Herbert Â· H. Sanders, Alfred university; Carl L. Schmitz, secretary National Sculpture society; Don Schrcck- engost, ; art director, Homer Laughlin China Co., and Mrs. Schrcckcngost; W. W. Swallow, Allen town, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Giampietro, Cummington,' Cummington,' Mass.; Miss Clivia Calder. Calder. Detroit; Mr. nnd Mrs.-Edwin Scheier, Durham, N. H., and Miss' Mary Roche, home editor, New York Times. Hostesses will be women trustees trustees and wives of trustees of the museum including: Mrs. J. F. Sabine Sabine Meachem, Mrs. Malcolm E. Peabody, -Mrs, R. Guy Cowan, Mrs. Frederick W. Barker, Mrs. Â· Jerome Â· D. Barnum, Mrs. H. Duane Bruce, Mrs. Arthur G. Chase. Miss Frances K. Cook, Mrs. A. H, Cowie, Mrs. Marshall H. Durston, Mrs. Slc-wart F, Hancock, Hancock, Mrs. W i l l i a m G. Hillcn. Mrs. Albert F. Hills, Miss Eli/.- Hbclh Hudson, Miss Mnry M c M i l - lan, Miss Ethel F. Mundy, Mi's. H. Paul Nei'ifian.-Mrs. Nelson F. ' P i t i s , Mrs. Washington Mrs. Lewis P, Smith, Mrs. Rich. Rich. ard G. Wcddcrspoon and .Mrs, ' Hiram H. Wcisbcrg. Invited to assist are Mrs. F. P. ; Assman, Mrs, George H. Bond, Mrs. Robert A. Bryant, Mrs. Â· John W. Brooks, Mrs. Mwrlin Blur.drcd. Mrs. L. C. DiHenbcck, Mrs. John N. Dcrschufi, Mrs. Irene Grccnlcy, Mrs. William Pratt. Graham, Mrs, Clarence E. Hancock, Mrs. Edwin R, Hinrichs, Hinrichs, Mrs. Bradley Hubcr, Miss Erna Hoffman. Mrs. W, L, Hinds, Mrs. Auris L. Johnson, Mrs. Grouse Klock, Mrs. William T. Mclchior, Mrs. E. T. Murphy,- Mrs. M. H. .Olmsted, .Olmsted, Mrs. Richard H. Pnss, Mrs. James Pass, Mrs. Ruth H. Randall, Randall, Mrs, Edward Schramm, Mrs. G. I. Vincent, Mrs. Cass Williams. Miss Helen Willinms nnd Mrs. MacFarland Wetmorc aftd Miss Helen Hewiti. Assisting as ushers will be Mrs. Tcfft Barker. Miss Prudence Burg, Miss Priscilla Burg, Miss Betsey Butler, Miss Elizabeth Brooks, Mrs. Howard Cowan, Miss Nancy Edwards, Miss Margot Margot Hancock, Mrs. C. Ewing Â·Johnson, Mrs. Carl D. Meachem, Jr., Miss Ruth Pnss, Miss Ann Pass, Miss Barbara West and Miss Jane Sccley, There will be a luncheon in the museum nt 1 p. m. Sunday, followed by the annual ceramic forum at 3 p. m. TO READ PAPER Oneway club will concvene.nl 2 p. m. Tuesday jit the home Mrs, Edwin C. Scott, 52fl CJnrcn- don fit. Mrs, B. Abbott Mccch, president, will conduct business, Mrs. Isnnc S. Carroll will rend paper on the ci.rly history of Hussin and Ivan, the Terrible.