Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
Mrs. G. C. Keirle To Sail for Europe Soroptimist Club Honors President at Farewell Mrs. Gordon C. Keirle, president of the Soroptimist Club of Alton, Is sailing Wednesday, Sept. H, on the Queen Mary, and on Thursday at their weekly meeting members of' the Alton club arranged a farewell party in her honor. Mrs. Keirle was notified last spring of her selections to receive the annual scholarship offered to an American Sot-optimist by the National Union of French Soroptimist Clubs, and her trip at the present time is to take advantage of the scholarship. The scholarship entitles Mrs. Keirle, the former Miss Mary Alma Mueller, to a month's tour of France, including study in the field of her choice at one of the French universities. Mrs. Keirle will carry with her greetings from the Alton club to several Kuropean Sorop- timist clubs. A farewell gift was given Mrs. Keirle by the club. The local Sot-optimists will observe Founder* Day Oct. 6, and plans are being completed for the event. Owing to Founders' Day the local club will omit meetings on Oct. 2 and 9. and "ill have a business session on Oct. 16. Mrs. Leo H. Turk of Rosewood Heights is sailinp on HIP Queen Mary with Mrs. Keirle. Mrs. Turk is Rolng to Paris, Frame, to visit relative*. a Red Recruits Become (iiierrlllas HONG KONG ,T An independent press report from South China say* the Chinese Communist* inadvertently recruited 100 men for the anti-Red guerrillas recently. A dispatch in the Kung Shcung Daily News said river boats carrying 100 recruits for the Communist armies recently were sei/ed by guerrillas as they headed up the Kast River to Canton. The report said the recruit* joined the guerrillas.