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Report of Executive Secretary,
 
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Miss Margarat Laws of Westhampton College, acted as chairman for the speakers, and Mrs. Charles G. Bosher, under whose direction the College League was formed, presided at the meeting. The poise, fund of information, and the ability displayed by the College girls, was revelation to all who were fortunate enough to be present.
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At our meeting last Tuesday we had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Rosalie Slaughter-Morton on the Serbian situation.  Her eloquent plea resulted in the formation by the League of a committee for Serbian Relief; Mrs. J.B. McRae opening the Fund with the gift of a $100.00 bed in mamory of her father.  Anyone desiring to contribute to this fund may do so through, Miss Marianne Meade, Mrs. S.M. Newton, Mrs. J. Stuart Reynolds, or through Headquarters.
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Miss Adele Clark, our legislative chairman, who was to have addressed our meeting last Tuesday on "Fourteen Points on Suffrage," will make this address next Tuesday.
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Press Work.
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92 city press notives have been sent out since the March Board Board meeting.  Also three letters---which have not been published.
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Respectfully submitted,
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Edith Clark Cowles,
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Executive Secretary.

Revision as of 14:52, 19 March 2020

Report of Executive Secretary, March, 11, --May, 13, 1919. Page, 2.

Miss Margarat Laws of Westhampton College, acted as chairman for the speakers, and Mrs. Charles G. Bosher, under whose direction the College League was formed, presided at the meeting. The poise, fund of information, and the ability displayed by the College girls, was revelation to all who were fortunate enough to be present. At our meeting last Tuesday we had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Rosalie Slaughter-Morton on the Serbian situation. Her eloquent plea resulted in the formation by the League of a committee for Serbian Relief; Mrs. J.B. McRae opening the Fund with the gift of a $100.00 bed in mamory of her father. Anyone desiring to contribute to this fund may do so through, Miss Marianne Meade, Mrs. S.M. Newton, Mrs. J. Stuart Reynolds, or through Headquarters. Miss Adele Clark, our legislative chairman, who was to have addressed our meeting last Tuesday on "Fourteen Points on Suffrage," will make this address next Tuesday.

Press Work. 92 city press notives have been sent out since the March Board Board meeting. Also three letters---which have not been published.

Respectfully submitted, Edith Clark Cowles, Executive Secretary.