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WHAT SOCIETY PEOPLE ARE DOING IN THE CAPITAL CITY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1915 New Bride Lives at Long Beach Mrs. Simon Oberfelder, whose long sentiment, exqulaitely expressed, Mrs. I'. ! i h in o cv'-r. The f w I " r t ri t ;i ml r i n a- t f"it 'Itit, l,v busy so- " in ( In ir t .'i urn homo i 'I it. lo i hi' war work i I I .! I ii i t y Ixmn I I. r itis corps of rnm ;.i"l i vi rv v. ;ir activity it. in the mriKs i.f th "IffllX .SOCIETY ! ' IS FUTTIM6 FRQM ! SEASHORE TO CITYi IV .'I Tier.- ii,. tr i:. ..it,-, r .-v i- f "r tf f ft, I. . t I.. '. ' 'r " i !. i ; i s for tin- vt'intor r '.-ii;,ii ,hm! tin- feature of ,' t i : 'i i . M HMll impnrta ii o is I l -si shi,t to be . stahlishrd l! '.'. '!! I'o under the iliri'i-t su- f Mm. I .."lis II. Chalmers 1 Tl;..,, I l! as hear ;is possible l.itn,,,:; l.os At'.'l' s shop l 11 i'-i I. in, I in tin' tinted n a lin t - t ' . ! iilii 1- ' 11 in Io So til, ln;itti w il. vount; her to t!,p Liberty it she has little I'm I, nt having '.,'. i,'. ;i,l . .J, -tails "I II'" Short ii v f i - M i it e ,nt it short 1 1 nil- to put In'., i , i , . t ;,i thut sli.. has mil lini'.l. Tt... , housed in the V;ir "V..r'; I. .il.ling :n,, will opi n to the ru'-'ic 1.'. tin- first of Xo rmlior. New i r. i 1 1 , 1 i , v. , ! r , . ,, (', r, (1 for sale B, d.ilMv III; I ll-oful lioveltiis US v . il ir, i ,,' i' v. ill ho a veritable ift Hop. Tin will I,.' special sales, of ruin - . c.n,'. ninny alluring features tn 1'r.t.l i il,,t, Thole will l.f :in iii' ioi.il pioL-iMin ffl il oil in thi' tea r,'nii lii, i hv the u:iv will lir deco l.i' , ,v .Mo-sMay Noble, a rli'ViT lo . Hi .-nil-'. Now ii ml iln-n :i bridge will r-c ui.n and on M"ndas liinrhron i'l ,. Mk. i h.ilniers in hof salvage depart m. i I w ill i ill for 1 1 1 , i n! it ios of tin foil nm..n- (.tin r thin us. l'rnm the const he I n i. reived won.', tluit the IiOSI Arcil, s simp iii tin foil jil.inri has ;in Itv . in,' of ? '..(iliil h tnonlli. M.-i. W. K. .hiniis. chairman of . I Hi. r pi ..duct ion. is again at her 1c -in alt.r a summer in Denver le ii..l lnjily to ;i slnily of Kid Cross nnivili, s in th.' Moiinlnin J'i'ision I ( .1.1 n i' tors. Hlio is already drrp in fir w.,:k lor th.' reorganizat ion cn lk' f. for II i iiniin; ol committee chairmen ml tii.il.iri: Mi.ii ch:i tiers in I In- work n was ;i 1 1 ; I ii i m .-I 1 1 by tin- I'm ii'ic ilivi ii. n I:, o I. in, ii ti i s. There ;iri' :ia jdf.iliTi lo ho rompli'liii In lore tin' :tli ol this tni.iilh iinil in w onlrr.s nm jtih' in uny nwiil nskitic; for jnl .1lt "nil l.niii,.l :irlii'!cs or linstiitnl inrini !'!-. I'l tile tin .nil iitw tin', sum mer s work ' m I T . ' ' u v f 4 k ? 4 ' J I :V . v n Mr ! MR. AND MRS. MARK T. R D . absence in San Francisco has been regretfully noted by her legion of friends, will return home this month. Miss Anna Archer and Miss Fannie Arctier, who passed the summer months in New York, are again estab- lshed in their attractive Ivorth Central avenue home. Palm Villa. The George Archers are in St. Paul at present; anC. probably will visit here late in the season, while their daughter, Mrs. An ton Begeer, is in Holland with no def inite plans for the future. Tnyrr MR. AND MRS. MARK T. RANKIN are delightfully domiciled in Long W 1 leach where they will make their headquarters while Mr. Rankin is In A government service on the coast. Should he be called for foreign service, his charming bride of a few weeks will return to Phoenix to winter with Ik r parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Olson. The marriage of pretty Maureen Olson tn the young San Francisco business man came as a complete surprise to their friends here who had no knowledge of their plans and had their first news Of the wedding through the press. The affair took place at Long Beach on Sep tember 21 nt the home of Mr. Rankin's sister, Mrs. A, J. Nicholson. conference with Miss Taft, head of the knitting department of the national Itvil Cross, who recently left for over seas to investigate the men's needs. Miss Taft assured Mrs. Heard that there was no truth in the report that knitting was to be abandoned. She sail!, that the new directions for knitted garments were to be issued after her return by January first in all proba bility. Mrs. Heard was informed that the knitted garments belonging to the nun in the cantonments that were nipletr,'. ami is Loin?', ., , ' , ... be returned tn the autumn and that those collected in the warehouses were to be shipped to FraDco before cold weal her. Kvery man going overseas is allowni one each of knitted articles in addition to a comfort kit. says Mrs. Heard. He is permitted to take his own, but if he has none he is supplied. The government is supplying a woolen trench cap which is fastened inside the helmet, but the muffler used last year is one of the articles the manu facture of which is being discouraged. The young folk will extend their ac tivities in the Red Cross this year and will receive their directions from Mrs. Garrett Schullar, who has been named as chairman of the Junior auxiliary. Every one is agreed that in the selec tion of Mrs. Schullar the Red Cross lias made nn excellent choice. Her ex. ecutive ability, tact and good judg ment will unquestionably bring the junior work up to the standard of the vnriiuis other branches of the chapter which has been so successful under the chairmanship of Mrs, James. 1 1 i onsisli d f including r.in illidel mirmenlM. T.i'U pirls under--s case shirts; "I pair of pajamas; ; ,'iita sweaters and packed for shipment. I r' e '-'nrni, nts, i!,,ii--i - i w olni i : ' i I Idi . n's dr. sm'. im in. - t : lli I I'l . ... i,tS!ii cow "s; l ' :.. ,i ,,, r of S'.eki !" Imp t i. Tl ! important branch of the Red i ii,,. hntiH. service station, is . .i.ii.usli. in room -. of the War tVnih building. .Mis. 1 might II. Heard n. Mr-. . I. ,i.ii I'i linen, Jr., who were n -li. i'i:.- I im .ar are n git in concen. -. r., 1 ,1 ,g 1 1 1. iv i i torts in this department. Willi the inereased number of men In nv v. i li e the wovk has move than lo il '. . I, nt it In being voir thoroughly in, I t.H 'l il'o handled by the chairmen ji , tin ir avsc iants. While In the east 'l; - pit Minimi r Mrs. Heard hail a Mrs. Mary C. Darby WiH to announce to her friends ri patrons that she is conducting her beauty shop on the second floor of the BUe Bldg., on the corner of Adams and First Ave., entrance on First avenue. If J Christmas Greetings for Our Soldier Boys The cards from home will mean more to the boys this year than ever before. You can't disap point them. To reach them in time you must send your greetings early Make Your Selection Now Miller-Sterling Co. "Where Quality Counts" H. W. Daykin, Pres. 42 North Central Prompt Attention to Mail Orders mwmmrfmrrwr nia n i nib n- Hiin Tin !.-, n.njf '-v. i.i nd.,rir Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J, Ross. Mrs. W. J. Kingsbury and Miss Henrietta Olney, who summered on the coast are expected to arrive home today, hav- C. F. Ainsworth is using it as propa ganda in her work for the Y here. She is injecting Mrs. Knowles' address in her campaign talk and its stirring ap peal is making itself felt. Mrs. Knowles spoke to the men as the mother of a soldier. Her mother, Mrs. Lewis Wallace Is watching her daughter's work with pride and at her home in New York awaits the transports that brings word of the former society leader's activi ties. When war was declared Mrs. Knowles was one of the first to offer and have accepted her services to the government. Thoroughly traveled, a brilliant linguist, tactful and an in defatigable worker, her efforts have been of value. Her address which is in Btortorl on their irnU ,n .uee" OL VHlue. er aa on Friday. being read at local club meetings, fol- Mrs. Carelton Wood, who is at ores- Because I am the only American wo- ent in Atlantic, City, will return for the man m tms town and the only Amerl- winter having leased the Beeckman Kan lnw ln nls sector t have been Lorrilard olace for the seanon The asked to tell you on this. Mother's dav. Ixirrilards. who are in California will something of how mothers feel about take a town house on their return. ,ne waf and tnelr sn who are in it. remaps t can do this, because I am Mrs. Jack Barber is established at not on'y a mother but the mother of a Coronado for an indefinltn nerind soldier.. I know that there is not n auiuier s momer in America Who would Mrs. George Mintz and Miss Georgia not sive a" she possesses tp stand Mintx returned from the summer s ab- where I stand tonight, to Ijok into eence in Venice. Mr. and Mrs. George Smalley have leased an apartment at the Suncourt for the season. The Smallcys sum mered in Flagstaff. Mr. and Mrs, Royal Lescher returned your faces in the hope that she misrht have even one glance at her boy; ynd I feel tonight like a great electric switch board receiving messages fiom all the mothers so patiently waiting in America. When my son came to me and said. "Mother. I've got to go." it seemed yesterday from a few days' absence in ,ike tne end of the world to me, for Prescott. he is all I have. He is ver youmj and I could have stopped his going had I wished, but looked into his eyes and saw there the light of a great purpose and determination. I knew he was no longer a child, but a man and all I said was, "Go and make cood." But in Mrs. Fred Krenz and her sister. Miss Marcell Martin, will arrive from Har qua Hala early in the week to winter with Dr. and Mrs. Ancil Martin. Lieu- i -no hia nt)rao,iv the few moments that I took to my de v.-, i f tv, mcf n r. cision I looked back and could see in flash all his life from the moment bride is one of the most active Red Cross workers in the state. She plans to devote the greater part of her time this winter to activities in the local chapter. The edict has gone forth that there will bo no society events this year save of the most Informal chttnncter. The Country club round which gayety has centered for the past few years has placed the ban of disapproval on any but the most informal entertaining and will confino its own affairs ex clusively to club members. The sports will, ot course, continue. There will be tennis and golf which recalls (he fact that the government recognizes golf as one of the best of exercises and is putting in links at the different can tmnnents throughout the country. There isn't any doubt but that With the club open the members will gather often for an qccasional dinner after an afternoon Qn the links and tennis luncheons will no doubt feature the calendar. Strenuous war work can not be kept up incessantly for the best interests of the work and- the workers and maids and matrons will eagerly welcome a bit of recreation in the way ! of sports and an occasional dinner fol lowed, by bridge. A dance seems rather out of the question where the younger set is concerned because there is prac tically not one young man left in the city. There will be benefit events given by the different clubs and or ganizations for varittus war causes there will be the Red Cross tea room with its inviting tables of bridge and there will be a thousand and one things that will tend to make the winter a busy one enjoyable and at the same time worth while. A booking agency where local so ciety amateurs will register for war benefit service Is the patriotic pre paredness plan of William Wlckersham which will unquestionably meet with the co-operation of every clever ama teur in the city. Mr. Wlckersham was more than generous in offering him self and the Wickersham ballet for every entertainment given last season that was for a war cause. Not sat isfied with doing his bit in this manner he has now conceived the very clever and worth while idea of rrepa'ring song and dance acts, sketches and sin gle numbers in order that a diversified program might be given, on short no tice. Then, too, there was a lament able sameness about the benefits last year and in having a number of care ful trained acts this will be avoided, Mr. Wickersham is going to invite those who have taken part in past per formances and others who 'have talent to register with him and will devote one evening a week to rehearsing the acts and arranging programs. Everyone appears to have taken over a new interest of one kind or another. In addition to the war work they are doing or perhaps because of it maids and matrons have Become interested in the serious things of life. Any num ber of well known society folk have recently joined the large army of wage earners the latest recruit being Mrs. Coit Myers. Mrs. Myers has chosen that most fascinating of all work that of a motion picture actress and her recognized beauty and cleverness have placed her in the position of leading: lady almost at once without th"e years of experience that many favorites have had before they reached the place of stardom accorded Mrs. Myers. She is now rehearsing the lead in Harold Bell Wright's, "The Shepherd of the Hills" which the author is directing. It is being filmed in southern California. Mrs. George Gardiner, who has been away so many months that her friends had begun to despair of her return will arrive this week from Denver for the winter. She will be accompanied by her small son. Jack. Her daughter, Grace, summered on the coast with her grandmother, Mrs. A. K. Stacy, and returned with her yesterday. Miss Ruth Goldberg, who passed the summer months in San Francisco, ar rived in southern California yesterday and will be away another fortnight at least. She will pass the greater part of the time in San Diego. of that greatest happiness when his helpless baby fingers closed around mine and go gripped my heart for ever. At first I was like a little girl playing with a doll; then Came the years of development when he began to be a boy and stamped around on his sturdy legs, so proud of his first trousers, playing soldiers, waving the flag, even then firm in the faith that his country was unconquerable; his firet days at school ,when I so reluct antly sent him forth, knowing per fectly well what lay before him there; then came his first long trousers, and so on through all the stages from boy hood to young manhood and the army. In the renunciation which American tnnlhora Ufa tnnlrincr nn nr i , f : -I7i.. ... I . iviu aiiu inn emu., ij. icluiucu Uod permits them to approach HiB Di- Mrs. E. H. Lynch, whose husband, Lieutenant Lynch, is in France, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell, with whom she will pass the winter. Among the popular girls of the younger set who will be missed this season are Miss Ethel McDcrmott and her sister. Miss Mary McDermott, who are remaining in California. Miss Mary McDermott has entered the Uni versity of Southern California. Tuesday from Balboa where they passed the summer months. Mrs. E. E. Kirkland, who summered in Los Angeles passing the last few weeks in Kirkland valley, was one of the returned travelers of the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sears, Mrs. George Spangler and Mrs. Sims Ely, Jr., returned Tuesday from California, motoring from the coast Mrs. Herbert Burr Atha, r., has vine Goodness, for as He so loved the world that He gave His only Son, so we, because we so love the cause of Freedom, of Justice, of Truth, give our sons, even our only 90ns willingly. The Spartan mothers used to say to their sons when they went forth to battle, "Come home victors on your shields," and American women today feel much the same and are standing solidly back of their men, willing to make any sac rifice, ready to plow, to work, to take all the places that they possibly can joined' her husband, Bert Atha, of the ?!:(I'ehat t,h!r m,e" may415.e frce t0 at Princeton. N. J. """. -""' "'""B'. mem i.mj aviation corps Young Atha has been granted a two weeks' furlough which will be passed ln the east. Mrs. Atha plans to remain near the cantonment where her hus band is established until his departure for overseas service. Miss Harriet Colton of Brooklyn will arrive shortly for a week s stay in town the guest of Mrs. Hugh Camp bell. Miss Colton passed the heated term on the coast and is to return soon to her home in the east. Miss Angela Marshall is to be away at school this year having enrolled at the San Diego Normal school. 9 ft Celora Martin Stoddard, who is a top sergeant in the anti-aircraft ser vice, is at present stationed at New port News according to the latest word received by his mother, Mrs. Isaac Taft Stoddard. Sergeant Stod dard is eagerly awaiting orders over seas. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Francis who PRESSING and CLEANING As it should be done. Lot us call and do the next job for you. Wo arc sure to please. Rose Read 21 West Monroe, opposite Y. M. C. A.; Telephone 1042 May Loutsenhizer be political reasons why America has entered this war, the fundamental cause lies in the fact that the Ameri can man has always protected his wo men and his home, holding that no nation can rise higher than its Ideals of Motherhood and Womanhood. So we feel that you are fighting for us, for Honor, for Justice, for the Home, and all the clean, pure things of life and that there shall be no more cruci fied men, outraged women, or mutil ated children in the world and if we have to go through even years of tor turing anxiety, privation, and sacrifice, we are willing to do it that you may accomplish. I am not only the mother of a sol dier son, but I also have a son who has passed into the Greater Life, so I know and can tell you that Mother Love does not stop at the grave but goes on for ever. And so if it is the destiny of some of you to go "Over the Top" and push open that door which men call Death, I want you to know that the love of your mother goes with you through that door to light your way, passed the summer and early autumn even to Throne of Judgment, where season ln Flagstaff are expected home this week. Mrs. E. L. Downing will arrive from the east this week, Mr. Downing hav ing preceded her arrival by several you could not have a more potent in tereessor than that same Love. And if the mothers of some of you have gone on before, be sure that their love is waiting for you. Scientists tell us that everything in the world is vibration, weeks. The Downings, who are the x0ts are tnss that live, so Mrs. Thomas Flint Nichols plans to remain in the east until the first of November. She is at present in Utica, where she is being delightfully enter tained. Mrs. W. C. Ellis gave an informal tea yesterday afternoon asking a few friends to her North Central avenue home ln honor of Mrs. Jonathan Blaney, a war bride of the summer. Mrs. Blaney, who is connected with the high school teaching staff, will continue her work during the war period . Her husband is at present in the officers' training camp at Camp Meade to qualify in the signal corps, Before the war he was a leading arch itect of Boston. He is a graduate of Harvard and met his bride when she was a student at Smith and he at Amherst. There will be a number of informal affairs for Mrs. Blaney during the autumn. She is an exceptionally clever young woman whose delightful personality has made her a general favorite. As Miss Garnett, a member of a pioneer family of the state, she was always popular. It is delightful news to their many friends to know that Mr. and Mrs. George Cocke have taken a town house for the winter. While living near Fhoenix, the Cockes gave but little time to town activities while living at their place in Arlington which they disposed of last summer. They have leased the Spaulding house on Sixth street where they will be domiciled for the winter. Mrs. Cocke before her marriage was Miss Beulah Mont gomery. Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison Lewis and their small son Thornton Lewis are to be here on the nineteenth on their way to San Francisco from White Sulphur Springs where they have been since early summer. Mrs. Lewis has been very active in can teen work and during the weeks she is here will no doubt lend her aid to lo cal work. Her sister, Mrs. Sidney BocVdinghouse, is here at present while her husband is traveling in the north west in the interests of the govern ment She is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorris, at Casa De Rosas where the Lewises will be domiciled while in,rhoenix. Among the popular girls who will be missed by the junior set this winter will be Miss Mary Collings, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Col lings, who will attend the Girls' Col legiate school in Los Angeles. There will be a number of young folks away this season among whom will be Louiv.I. Chalmers, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis H. Chalmers, who is enrolled at St. John's Military school in Manlius, New York parents of Mrs. Paul Bennett have leased a charming apartment on North Fourth avenue and will take up their permanent residence ln Phoenix- tonight before you sleep I want you to take a few minutes of quiet to send earnest thoughts ot love and devotion to your mother and then close your mind to all other impressions and re ceive the great wave of Mother Love, Mrs. Gus Summerfield is receiving a devotion and encouragement which is cordial greeting from her legion of flowing towards you. Let the thought friends on her return to Arizona after of that love ful vour heart with Joy, an absence of several years. As Miss strengthen your arm, and lift your soul Gertrude Mclczer she was a great above discomfort, disappointment, and favorite and the fact that she and her sin into communion with the Divining Interesting family have decided to live Love, that no matter what war may here permanently is welcome news, wage without, you may have peace Her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and within. - Mrs. Edward Melczer, have also come to Phoenix to reside. Mrs. Melczer is Mrs. Richard E. Sloan returned iv sister of Mrs. Selim J. Michelson ani Wednesday from California where she on the occasions of her visits here summered. Her attractive young made friends who are delighted she is daughter, Miss Mary Sloan has en to be a resident. rolled as a student at Stanford. Miss Eleanor Sloan who accepted a gov Miss Kitty Craig is continuing her ernment position ln Washington last stay 'in Los Angeles where she is ac- spring will remain at the national tively interested m the Red Cross, capital. working in the ambulance corps, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dr. and Mrs. Maimon Samuels ana 1 wheeler have moved to their small daughter, Miss Margery residence on Fifth and Louise Samuels will arrive from streets. Seattle in November to winter in Phoenix. They will be established at the home of Mrs. Samuels' mother, Mrs, Fred Robbins. of North Central avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tolleson. Miss Elma Tolleson and Walter Tolleson are to winter in Los Angeles where the young people will complete their education. De Sales their new Roosevelt her worth during the most exacting season in the history of club and tlu.t she made good was shown by her unanimous re-election as president The war activities have been system atized and it is believed that far more will be accomplished this winter than last with each department of the club doing its bit. All the war activities will pass through the newly created war activities committee, comprising: Mrs. C. F. Ainsworth, chairman; Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell, vice chairman; Mrs. Harry A. Diehl, treasurer; Mrs. W. W. McNeff, president War Savings society; Mrs. H. D. Ross, secretary W. S. S.; Mrs. H. A. Diehl, chairman W. S. 8.; Mrs. D. F. Harbridge, surgi cal dressings; Mrs Ralph Cameron, hospital garments; Mrs. J. S. Stark, member "fair price committee." The officers, committee chairmen and program for the year follow: Executive Board Mrs. W. W. Mc Xeff, president; Mrs. J. S. Griffin, vice president; Mrs. Ancil Martin, record ing secretary; Mrs. H. rD. Ross, corre sponding secretary; Mrs. W. S. Nof vlel, treasurer; Mrs. S. D. Tuttle, au ditor; Mrs. Hugh Campbell. Mrs. tieorge A. Olney and Mrs. W. S. Goldsworthy, members at large. Board of trustees Mrs. Dwight B. Heard, chairman; Mrs. Walter Talbot, treasurer; Mrs. H. B. Wilkinson, sec retary; Mrs. Dwight B. Head, resident agent. Standing Committees. Program Mrs. W. W. McNeff. chairman; Mrs. A. X- Esgate,' secre tary; Miss May Noble, Mrs. R. C. Dryer, Mrs. Joseph Stark, Mrs. Dixie Matthie. House Mrs. E. E. Kirkland. Chalr- an; Mrs. Ira J. Johnson, Mrs. Earnest Munson, Miss May Utley, Mrs. A. L. Moore. Mrs. Fred O. Adams. Social Mrs. W. P. Sears, chairman; Mrs. C. E. Howard, Mrs. J. D. Parks. Press Mrs. A. T. Esgate, chairman; Mrs. J. A. Riggins, Mrs. G. M. Brock way. Miss Fay DeMund, Mrs. L. M. Fitzhugh. Music Mrs. L. D. Dameron, chair man: Miss Merta Work, Mrs. W. L. Pinney. ' Reception Mrs. D. F. Harbridge, chairman; Mrs. N. D. Sanders, Mrs. O. H. Brown, Mrs. I. J. Johnson, Mrs. V. E. Hanny, Mrs. Carl Anderson. Courtesy Miss Grace Peck, chair man; Mrs. J. B. Gillespie, Mrs. T. E. Irvine. Good Fellowship Day Mrs. R. E. Moore, chairman; Miss Georgia Mintz, Miss Fay DeMund. Entertainment Mrs. E. T. Collings, chairman; Mrs. Franklin McCluskey, Mrs. T. E. McReynolds. Grounds Mrs. H. M. Kennedj1, chairman; Mrs. Mary A. Coles, Mrs. H. Dunlap. Treasurer's Assistants Mrs. O. Bartlett. Mrs. Earl Curtis. Special Committee. Art Exhibit Committee Mrs. L. Chalmers, chairman: Mrs. W. James, secretary; Mrs. Dwight Heard, treasurer; Mrs. John Dennett Jr., Miss Fay DeMund. Mrs. C. F. Ainsworth, Miss May Noble. October. 1918. 15th Opening reception. President's address. Outline of work for coming year, nd Home economics department; Mrs. J. S. Stark, chairman. 29th Miller-Sterling exhibit. Art and literary department, open day; Miss May Noble, chairman, November, 1918. 5th Civics - education department; Mrs. It- C. Dryer, chairman 12th Omit, state fair. 19th Music department; Mrs. Dixie Wadllngton Matthie, chairman 25th Civics - Education department; Mrs. R. C. Dryer, chairman. December, 1918. 3rd Special. 10th Home economics department Mrs. J. S. Stark, chairman. 17th Art and literature department Miss May Noble, chairman. 24th Omit, Christmas. 31st Christmas festival. January, 1919. th Special. 14th Musical department; Mrs. Dixie Wadllngton Matthie, chairman 21st Home economics department; Mrs. J. S. Stark, chairman. 2Sth Sketch club; Miss May Noble. leader. February, 1919. 4th Music department; Mrs. Dixie Wadllngton Matthie, chairman. 11th Civics - education department; Mrs. R. C. Dryer, chairman 18th Qoodfellowshlp day members only. 25th Special. March, 1919. 4th Election of officers. Art and literature department; Miss May Noble, chairman. 11th Civics - education department Mrs. R. C. Dryer, chairman. IRth Gentlemen's evening. 25th Special. i lain -Hi i'i ii - 1st Civics - education department Mrs. R. C. Dryer, chairman. 8th Home economics department Mrs. J. S. Stark, chairman. 22nd Music department: Mrs. Dixie Wadlington Matthie, chairman, 29th Annual meeting. Department Meetings. Art and Literature Miss May Noble, chairman. Drama Section Mrs. Fred Woolsey, leader. First and third Thursdays. Sketch Club Miss May Noble, leader. Every Friday at 2 p. m. Home Economics Mrs. JoBeph S. Stark, chairman. Last Mondays at 2:15 p. m. Civics-Education Mrs. R. C. Dryer, chairman. Second Mondays. Music Mrs. Wallace Matthie, chair man. Study class twice a month, Ross. Mrs. Harry Diehl was absent on account of illness. Mrs. McNeff reported that the Woman's club had been urged to as sume charge of the war savings stamp sale in the city booths for the coming three months, and offered the follow ing motion, which was seconded an.i carried: "That the Woman's club serve as chairman of a committee of clube to manage the sale of the war savings stamps for the next three months, with Mrs. T. E. Campbell as acting chairman." After a detailed explanation by Mrs. Ainsworth the committee stood for the mobilization of the Woman's club into a regular military corps. After thorough discussion the fol lowing departmental suggestions were offered: That canteen work for the soldiers at Roosevelt Dam and Granite Reef be taken up by the domestic science, and the civics-education de partments. That the music department co operate with the art work of the Red Cross. The committee completed its organ ization for the year as follows: Mrs. C. F. Ainsworth, chairman; Mrs. T. E. Campbell, vice chairman; Mrs. H. D. Ross, secretary: Mrs. Harry Diehl. treasurer; Mrs. W. W. McNeff, ad visory member: Mrs. Ralph Cameron, chairman hospital garments; Mrs. D. F. Harbridge, chairman surgical dressings. Mrs. Walter Jackson is a recent :ir rival from Indiana who will pass the winter months with hec relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Carson. The Carsons returned a weel ago from a two months' absence ln the east Among the interesting visitors here for the winter is Miss RoBa Hewlns;, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hewins. Miss Hewlns Is the daughter of C. F. Hewins of Illinois, who is well known in this city. Believing that he can be of greater service in the Red Cross in Lus An geles than in Phoenix, Roy S. Good rich is remaining on the coast vhero he is working twenty-four hours a day with the home service section. The Goodrichs are established at the Leighton and will be there indefinitely, although it is quite possible that they will be home for at least a short time before the holiday season. Several of her friends in Phoenix have received interesting letters from Mrs. Edith Knowles telling of her ex periences in France. It remained for them to discover the fine, big work she was doing from an eastern paper and this same article contained the address she made before soldiers in France on Mother's day. Because of the splendid Club Notes Official Organ State Federation of . Woman's Clubs A woman's club is a success only ln proportion to the service it renders, according to Mre. W.. W. McNeff, president of the Woman's club, who will give practical expression to her idea as presiding officer of the largest organization in the county this sea son. The club will hold Its initial meeting on Tuesday, October 15, at which time Mrs. McNeff will outline the interesting program planned foi the year. "There is only one Work for women today," declared Mrs. McNeff ln dis cussing the club situation. "The policy we adopted when the United States entered the war that of service will be emphasized. Patriotic service! I cannot conceive of any other work for American women. Mrs. McNeff passed the summer on the coast, holding repeated confer ences always arriving at the same conclusion, that the Arizona clubs are as advanced as those on the coas She found that the clubs were dis. cussing the same problems in the same way with much the same result She had an interesting interview with Mrs. Joslah Evans Cowles, president of the general federation, who has shown on repeated occasions her in terest ln Arizona clubs. Mrs. McNeff is only carrying on the work which she effectively began , more than a year ago. She proved H. H. K. B. Credential cards are to be issued shortly to the various clubs in the dis trict affiliated with the Central Arl zona District Federation of Clubs, which will hold its semi-annual con vention in Mesa, October 23. One of the first acts of the clubs on resum ing activities this week will be to ap point delegates and alternates to the convention. The program has not yet been announced by the president, Mrs, F. A. Stafford, but it is understood that it will be of unusual interest Dean Scarlett will be included on the speakers' list. The Harmony club will inaugurate its season Wednesday afternoon at the Woman's club. Mrs. J. F. God dard, president, is urging all mem bers to be present at the meeting, which will be devoted to business. The program for the ensuing year will be outlined at this time and the war work to be accomplished will be given place on the calendar as presented to the club by the presiding officer. The following Wednesday afternoon there will be a program followed by a so cial hour with the club officers. The Musicians' club has postponed its initial meeting from tomorrow to Monday, October 14, when a program will be presented at 3 o'clock at the Woman's club under the direction of Miss Fay DeMund. A special meeting of the war activi ties committee of the Woman's club was held in the Woman's club build ing October 1, 1918. The following members were present: Mrs. C. F. Ainsworth, Mrs. W. W. McNeff, Mrs. T. E. Campbell, Mrs. Ralph Cameron, Mrs. D. F. Harbridge and Mrs. H. D. A business meeting and supper will naugurate the season of the Business Girls' club, the affair being held Thursday evening in the parlors of the Central Methodist church. Tickets for the affair may be secured at the Y. W. C. A., or from Miss Seaman at the McNeil company, and from Miss Miss Frezeman at Donofrio's. Officers elected at the spring session will be Installed at this time. Those who will serve on the executive board this year are: Miss Winnie Wise, president; Miss Bernice Eggleston, vice presi dent; Mrs. Helen Sterling, secretary; Miss Lelia Seaman, assistant secre tary, and Miss Ellen Copper, treasurer. Believing that the working force of an organization should be in close touch with one another, Mrs. W. W. McNeff has called a special meeting of the executive board, the department chairmen and the chairmen of stand ing committees of the Woman's club for 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. At this time the plans which have been outlined for the year's work will he discussed. Mrs. McNeff urges that all members be present. Eliminating its programs that it might devote its entire time to Red Cross work, the Madison Improvement club will continue the plan adopted a, year ago. This was decided at the initial meeting of the organization on Thursday. The first Thursday of the months will be given over to a business session while on the remaining Thurs days all day meetings will be held at which times the members will sew for the Red Cross. The executive board this season comprises Miss Jane Gregg, president; Mrs. Glenn Martin, vice president; Luther Creed, secretary and Mrs. J. H. Brown, treasurer. Mrs. Josiah Evans Cowles. of Ixis Angeles, California, president ot the General Federation of Women's Clubs, has issued the following proclamation to the club women of the United States: We must do our utmost to heln Win the War! Our Nation calls; the Allied Nations call: Humanity calls. By united, consecrated service wj must make good our promise to Presi dent Wilson, 'to stand back of our gov ernment in every way in our power.' Relax not your efforts throueh th.i Red Cross to aid in remedial under takings; assist in each Liberty Bond Drive, and constantly invest in War savings Stamps. But ln all these commendable ac tivities, do not forget the constructive work that must be sustained during the period of the war and thereaft r. kvery one of our eleven departments have intensified plans of work that bear direct and intimate relations to war problems. Follow them! "Help with the 'The Children's Tear.' that was Inaugurated April 6th. on the first anniversary of our entry Into war. The shadow of this dread conflict must not be allowed to throw a baleful influ ence over their plastic young lives. Never lose sight of the privilege that is ours, to live in a time when opportunities for patriotic service en ter into the simplest relations of life. We must aid in keeping up the morale of our brave defenders by going sink ing to our tasks. We must keen sten. marching shoulder to shoulder. In the great army of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, which is mobilized for service in this most critical period of our nation's history. "Make your voluntary contribution of at least one dollar or more per mem ber to the Two Million Dollar Wrar Vic tory Fund that the General Federation is raising to establish Furlough Homes for our soldiers in France." Mrs. Cowles is a member of th Woman's Committee of the Council of National Defense and is in close touch with the nation's needs. In this hour of need for unity, Mrs. Cowles is bend ing every energy to make the work of the General Federation a great force in the world crisis. Robert E. Lee Chapter, Uniti Daughters of the Confederacy will hold its initial meeting for the season Fri day afternoon at the W'oman's club. The Orangewood-Ramona club will inaugurate it season Wednesday after noon when the members will gather at the home of Mrs. A. S. Baus. The College Club held its Initial meeting of the season Wednesday af ternoon. It will hold fortnightly meet ings during the season making a study of modern dramatists. Arizona Congress of Mothers will outline its work for the year at an all day meeting at Eastlake park tomor row. The work will be along the linrs of war activities according to the pres ident, Mrs. J. C. Norton who will be the principal speaker at Monday's meeting. The Kaiser hopes you won't buy a Bond Do You Want To Please Him?