Edith Helmick's club
D. A. R. With Mrs. Sargent. Ninlan Edwards chapter, Daughters Daughters of the American Revolution, met with Mrs. Clarence Sargent of Evergreen avenue Saturday afternoon. afternoon. Mrs. Sargent was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. Frank Sargent, Mrs. Thomas Hamilton and Mrs. Nathan .--^ Mrs. Horace I. Ash read a paper on "Period of Territorial Settlement," Settlement," the fourth and last article on Historical Illinois, which the chapter chapter enjoyed this season. Mrs. U. P. Johnson, regent, and Mrs. JulU W. Kaufman were named delegates to the national congress In Washington, D, C., in April, and Mrs. S. D. McKenney, first vice- president, elected alternate to Mrs. Johnson. Alternates to Mrs. Kauffman Kauffman are Mrs. Charles W. Huskln- •son, Miss Mabel Beemnn of Lltch- field, Mrs. Carl Thatcher of Jer- scyville, Mrs. C. H. Burton of Ed- wardsvllle, Mrs. D. D. Monroe, Mrs. Gordon M. Hildebrand, Mrs Horace I. Ash, Miss Amelia A. Flynn, Mrs. Don Stocker, Miss Shepherd of Jerseyville Jerseyville and Miss Helen Trovillion, The state conference will be held hi Jollet in March, and Miss Flynn was elected as delegate. Mrs. Johnson Johnson is a delegate by virtue of her office as regent, and Mrs. McKenney McKenney Is her alternate. Alternates to Miss Flynn are Mrs. Huskinson, Miss Margaret Johnston, Mrs. Clarence Clarence Sargent, Mrs. G. D. Helmick, Mrs. F. A. DuHadway of Jerseyville, Jerseyville, Ml&s Bceman, Mrs. A. M. Jackson, Jackson, Mrs. C. B. Davis and Mrs. James Johnston. / Mrs Oassella, Mrs. Sargont and Miss Johnston were named a courtesy courtesy committee. February meeting will oe held with Mrs. McKenney, at her home on East Sixth street, and Miss Claire V. Whiting has been Invited to present a program, The meeting will be open, and invitations will be extended to the women's clubs of Alton.