McCormick of at for Luncheon To Open Newcomers' Season installed officers of the and decorations: Edward Newly San Mateo Newcomers club willj-t, preside for the first time at a j Li luncheon meeting Tuesday noon at t h c Benjamin Franklin hotel. Bridge and canasta will follow the lunch. Officers of the club are Mesdames Mesdames E. G. Blume, president; James Mackey, vice president: Gene D'Ercole, secretary, a n d Gordon Cantelon, treasurer. Committee members aiding the president are Mesdames G. E. Harford, Harford, sunshine: Robain Heyerick. membership: Richard Mayer and C. Hunter, hospitality: Hollis Lee and M. Duryea, reservations: John Bird, outside activities; James Belson Belson and Don Shoop, art; Herbert Mudd. bridge; Lucien Zentner, garden; James Stone, gold; Harold Harold Howell, sewing, Robert McAdam, McAdam, literary guild, and D. Gueble. Gueble. swimming. Rounding out the list of chairmen chairmen are Mesdames Walter Mook, hospit:il auxiliary, Bernard Hoehner, Hoehner, social chairman; Edward Edison Edison and Herman Mertens, courtesy; courtesy; Denis Scully, birthday table ndau, counselor, and Elmo Moran and J. F. Anderson, hostess. New club members include ames John Anderson. Frank ck, James Brady, Robert Garder, Garder, Harold Henney. John Jarn- ark, R. G. Jones, Irving Ketels, Â·edric McClintock. Jay M i l ames. Stone. Herbert Vossler dison Willers.' Future dates include a November 7 fashion show and a Christmas runch on December 11. ewish Women Have Wednesday Discussion Date The October meeting of the urnia Peninsula section of the onal council of Jewish Women Jl have as its program a on of state ballot measures. leeting will be held Wednesday t 12:30 p.m.. in the Peninsula oom of Hillsdale Shopping center lall.