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day evening. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB . International Relations club of the American Association of University Women held a covered covered dish dinner in Trinity Episcopal Episcopal church parish hall Tues- Tues- The program included two violin solos by Mrs. Margaret 'Davis Kew, accompanied by her mother. Mrs, fi.A. Davis, introduction introduction of guests and a talk by Chet Mize on his Impressions of conditions In Central and South America, where hehas traveled recently. Guests, besides Mr, and Mrs. \me. were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Schwein, Mr. and Mrs Paul Krumenacker. Nance, France; and four foreipn college stu- stu- dents, Miss Mary Jo Wangari, Kenya, Africa, and Miss Rose Manougian, Jerusalem, both of Moi'nt St. Scholastica; tiliMah- tiliMah- Israel and Angle Anchcta. Philippine Islands, both of St. Benedict's. Mr. Krumenacker has taught French and German at St. Bene- Bene- ^lr-r*<! ^lr-r*<! ^lr-r*<! r>r,11p» rhi* war Up anrt diet 5 college this year. He and his wife and son wilt return to France this summer, The Rev. C.F. Stolz, prcsl- prcsl- dent of the local chapter or American Field Service, an- an- nounced that the home of Mr, and Mrs. Schwein had been ap- ap- proved by the New York Af-S Af-S Af-S office as hosthomefor a foreign exchange student at Atchison tiign scfiool, inestudentnaanot been assigned. Hostesses for the dinner were Mrs, Steadman Ball and Mrs. Alan Llndlcy, co-chairman, co-chairman, co-chairman, Misses Mildred Worrel andAl-phia andAl-phia andAl-phia Welsh, Mesdames C.F. Stolz, Ijjwell Thomas, CJR. Wilderson and Charles Wedlock. Wedlock.