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Walford - he enjoyed on the spacious grounds of Homestead...
he enjoyed on the spacious grounds of Homestead The afternoon s program will deal largeb with food conse - a 1 n the national food commission having asked the council to cooperate There will also be a delightful musical program U endell Wolfe Chapter Wendell Wolfe Chapter D A R met at 112S Columbia road Tuesday The hostesses were Mrs Dellett Miss Dellett Mrs Dinwiddle and Miss Laura Church Miss Stella Shipley of Kan - aas and Miss Edith A Lathrop of Ke braska were present The new year book wan distributed Miss Bertha Frances W olfe made a report on the women s liberty loan conference Miss Ella M Garlick read a paper on Germany Current events were discussed by Miss Cardwell Miss Bottorff talked on art and Mrs Allen read an account of the interdenominational religious conference at Pittsburgh Abracadabra Club The Abracadabra Club met for the first time this Season on Wednesday evening with Miss Charlotte A van Doren 647 East Capitol street Mra Euphemla C Baker read a detailed account of the marriage of King James V of Scotland to Madelalne of France Mrs H P Mcintosh read William Dudley Pelleys A Matter of Altruism Tie resignation of Mrs Mar W 8tory from membership In the club was regretfully accepted The Armorer s Song by De Koven was sung by Isewton W Preston accompanied by Miss Gladys Walford and Mozart s Vlnuet was played by M D Lindsay violinist Dr C O Abbot cellist and Mrs Mabel C Lindsay pianist During the evening copies of the year book were dls trlbuted The officers are as follows President Melville D Lindsay first vice president Mrs J D Croissant second vice president Mrs Georgiana H Thompson secretary and treasurer Frank J Metcalf corresponding secretary Harold E Warner executive committee Newton W Preston Miss Flora J McCreery Mrs irginia E Metcalf Judge J W Thompson and Walter F Studdiford music committee Mrs Mabel C Lindsay Mrs Virginia E Metcalf and Mrs Phebe Studdiford Colonial Daughters of America The district society of the Colonial Daughters of America met Tuesday night at the residence of Mra Clarence A Curtis The business Included the adoption of the proposed by - laws Announcement was made of the death of the president general of the society Mrs John Barry Taylor in Newport Ky and appropriate resolutions of sympathy were passed Mrs Amos G Draper was admitted to msmbarahin

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 07 Oct 1917, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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