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OPEN AIR MUSIC FESTIVAL TO TELL THE STORY OP
FIVE HUNDRED YEARS
Mrs. Lawrence Maxwell.
One of the features of the San
Franciacfb-'jBjenniai convention of
theGenefaT "Federation of Worn
elf's -cluDsTjune 25-July '5, is the
musical tobe given in tlje Greek
This' 'will be under the direc
tion -,of Mrs. Lawrence Maxwell,
of Cincinnati, chairman of the de
partment of music of the General
This open air theater is an ideal
setting f6r the pageant and the
series of tableaux representing
the Ivolution of must? from the
year 1400. -
"Life is the greatest of .all arts,"
says Mrs. Maxwell. 'The? Crea
tor haVariven us two evesHfhat we
jnay see the right pathrtajfajre. us; 1
tars. OlafN. Guldlin. -
two ears that we may hear the.
world's crying need&jvtwo haqds
that we may do the word's work;
but one tongue that we may "be
"We claim for woman a glor-.
ious destiny if she arms herself
with, intelligence and wisdom; if
she exercises her natural love and
tenderness and if she preserves
her womanly spirit."
Mrs. Olaf N. Guldlin, of Fort
Wayne, Ind., chairman of home
economics of th General Federa
tion of Women's clubs, which has
a membership of 800,000, believes ?
that ignorance of the philosophy
underlying the science 'of horned
making is .what keeps'many wom
en from sloughing', off the anti
quated ways '": ., , -
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