Women's news lesson, and Mrs. William Rumford will have the devotions. County, Salon No. 447, will meet at the home of Mrs. Leo Pike, 121 Woodland Ave., Country Club Addition, Thursday, Sept 11, at 8 p.m. The regular meeting of Gushing Memorial Hospital Alumnae will p.m. at the Coffee Shop in the Swann Hotel. The V. F. W. Sewing Circle met at the Home Sept 5, to skein carpet rags to be dyed for use by the patients at Wadsworth. After luncheon, the 'following officers were elected: Mrs. Sadie Baldwin, president; Mrs. Dorothy Mathes, vice-president; and Mrs. Mary Morrison, secretary and treasurer. The Mystic Sewing Club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Sidney Pratt, 533 Michigan. Azor Caldron No. 6 will hold its regular meeting Monday, Sept 8, at 2 p.m. at the Masonic Hall. Following the regular order of business, refreshments will be served, • honoring July, August, and September birthdays of members. will be used to purchase linens Mrs from Leavenworth stores. Mrs. Hoins said that in the past the gifts and the donations have been an important factor ic keep- 1VJL£1J1UIICL1 miajJiuu rtjuiiinac w iij i * be held tomorrow night at 6:30 ™S the hospital supplied with The Gushing Memorial Hospital Ladies' Guild will sponsor the Annual Linen Shower and Tea at the hospital again this year. Mrs. George W. Hoins, guild president, has announced that the event has been scheduled for 2 p.m. Sept 16. Local stores will feature linens and blankets of the sizes used at the hospital in special sales and displays. All cash contributions linen. Mrs. Helen Berg was hostess to the Easton Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service at her home Thursday afternoon with 12 members and guests present De-, votions were led by Mrs. R o x i e Goff and roll call was answered by naming "A noted woman in history." Mrs. Goldie Ala was elected president to replace Mrs. Klaus, who has moved to Leavenworth. i. Evelyn Hodge was elected vice-president in the place of Mrs. Ala. Those attending the meeting were: Mesdames Belle Connnelly, Carrie Landers, Evelyn Hodge, Clara Stafford, Roxie Goff, Thelma Thornburgh, Lulu Robinson, Lucy Scheerer, Alice Burdette, Lucy Adamson, Goldie Ala and Helen Berg. The next meeting will be September 18 with Mrs. Thelma Thornburgh and Mrs. Clara Stafford as hostesses. first party will be Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Eugene F. Beying is chairman, assisted by the following committee: Mesdames Charles Abels, Peter Beying, Eugene J. Beying, John Brose, Erwin Brown, Al Capesius and Kenneth Crook. Schapkopf, pitch and bunco will played. The Saint Lawrence Altar Soci- ty at Easton voted at their meeting Wednesday to begin the fall card parties. The third Sunday was set as the regular date. The "The Golden Age Club" will hold its first meeting Sept. 8 atj 2 p.m. at the City Hall. The invocation will be given by Rev. J. Clyde Fowler. All who are 60 years of age or older are eligible to join. There will be election of officers and community singing at this in-| itial meeting. Mrs. James Seeman will be hostess of the Fairmount Home Demonstration Unit at her home Tuesday at 2 p.m. The home furnishings lesson will be given by Mrs. Stanley Wiles and Mrs. P. Hein. All members are urged to attend. General Barth Camp No. 42, United Spanish War Veterans, will entertain Barth Auxiliary with a social hour on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at! 2 p.m., in the Social Hall, Wadsworth. Bingo will be the pleasure of the afternoon, and all camp and j auxiliary members are invited. Guests will be welcome. The Leavenworth Chapter of St. Mary Alumnae Association will hold its first meeting of the 195253 season Tuesday, Sept 9, at 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Earl Olive, 122 Third ve. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Daniel Duffin, Mrs. Eugene Duffin, and Mrs. Raymond Hayes. A social hour has been planned following the business meeting, and all former St. Mary students are cordially invited. Group 1 of the First Christian Church will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ray Tankersley, 1640 Ottawa. Mrs. Tankersley will present the devotionals, and Mrs. Walter Boney will be in charge of the program. The Baptist Youth Fellowship Club of the Wilson Avenue Baptist Church had a picnic Friday even- Ing, Sept 5, at Wileys* Ranch. Those who enjoyed the supper, followed by horseback-riding, were: Billy and Karen Abbott; Billy, Carol, and Judy Sullivan; Beverly and Stephen Mustain; Dwight and Vernon Wagers; Joan Pierce, Shirley Simpson, Gloria Winchell, fhirley Seiner, Carolyn Buchanan, and. Patsy Melbourne. Sponsors for the party were Mr. and Mrs. .Thomas Mustain, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wagers Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sullivan. Group 4 of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christion Church will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry Peatross, 1120 South Second. Mrs. L. O. Allen will give the Half-price Sale yovr once a year chance to save! Your complexion can be silkier, softer, lovelier with Tussy Rich Cream. This fabulous beauty formula helps banish dry-skin flakiness, counteracts aging lines! Smooth it on...use it lavishly. Let its rich emollients refresh your skin all night,,i every night. Limited time ejrtjr Miller's Broadway Pharmacy Broadway & Shawnee Phone 223 get in on the High, bold and handsoma HAND-STITCHING CIRCLES UP to a jaunty winged collar. Never done before! Never! So Sandier does itl So new, in fact... so original Sandier took it right to Washington for o design patent. $Q.95 The Women's Society of Chris- :ian Service of the Lansing Methodist Church held their monthly meeting at the Church social rooms on Sept. 4. 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