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March 18, 1962
Readers Club
Sets Meeting
The Washington Readers
Club will meet at 8 p.m. Tues-
I day at the Women's City
Club for a program centered
I around Calliope, the muse of
epic poetry.
Music will be played by
Stephen Ray Herrell, trom
bone, and Marjorie Whiting,
i guest pianist.
The Montgomery County
Federation of Republican
Women will hold its annual
luncheon Wednesday, March
28, at Shady Grove Country
Club in Gaithersburg, Md.
Mrs. T. R. Holforty of
Cleveland will present a fash
ion parade of dresses worn
by former First Ladies and
the gowns will be modeled by
members of the unit clubs.
All Republican candidates
for office have been invited
to the luncheon as special
The committee planning the
event includes Mrs. Thomas
A. Thorpe, Mrs. LOuis Gra
velie, Mrs. Gerard Heitmuller,
Mrs. Norvelle Stern, Mrs.
James Lynch and Mrs. John
PEO Meeting
The next regular meeting
of Chapter J, PEO Society,
will be held at noon tomor
row at the home of Mrs.
James Granum. Mrs. Samuel
Sabin will discuss “Aging in
the Space Age.”
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Mrs. Thomas Thorpe (right) is dressed to
represent Mrs. Andrew Johnson as she and
Mrs. Louis Gravelie talk over plans for a
fashion show of gowns of former First Ladies
to be given at the annual luncheon of the
Montgomery County Federation of Women on
March 28 at the Shady Grove Country Club.
They are holding a scarf used in the campaign
of President Benjamin Harrison.
District DAR
Sets Conference
The 61st State Conference
of the District Daughters of
the American Revolution will
be held March 25,26 and 27 in
the auditorium of the Nat
ural History Museum of the'
Smithsonian Institution.
Mrs. Ashmead White, presi
dent general of the DAR,
will attend. She will also be
guest speaker at the banquet
which concludes the confer
ence on March 27 at 7:30
pm. in the Mayflower Hotel.
The conference will open
with a memorial service on
March 25. Slated for 2:30
p.m. in the Natural History
Building auditorium, the
service will be conducted by
Mrs. Flavia C. Boyer, State
chaplain, and Mrs. John J.
Wilson, State regent.
Mrs. Wilson will also pre
side at the Monday and
Tuesday business sessions.
On Monday there will be
nomination of candidates for
State office, following chap
ter regent reports which be
gin at 7:15 p.m.
Earlier in the day, the
State conference luncheon
will be held at 12:30 p.m. in
the Washington Hotel. The
Chapter Regents Club of
which Mrs. Robert G. Brown
is president, will sponsor the
Election of State officers
will be the main order of
business on Tuesday, the con
ference's concluding day, fol
lowing State chairman re
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