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Image of MAG 1939.01 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1939.01 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, January 1939 Contents: James Earle Fraser: Benjamin Franklin; p.cover. Quote...unquote; p.3. Dear co-workers/ by Saidie Orr Dunbar; p.6. General Federation board to meet; p.7. Golden jubilee/ by Mrs. John L. Whitehurst; p.8. Women's clubs go scientific/ by Dr. Henry Butler Allen; p.10. Building/ by Mrs. Earl B. Paggett; p.12. Do you know that-; p.12. Ceramics capture Iowa interest/ by Anna Lane Dixon; p.13. Golden jubilee subscription contest; p.14. New appointees join official family; p.15. Accidents can be reduced/ by Mrs. T.V. Moore; p.16. Headlines; p.18. Department of American citizenship; p.20. Department of education; p.22. Department

Image of JRM 1954-1956 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1954-1956 - Junior Membership Records

Miss Barbara Shaw of Roslindale, Massachusetts, served from 1954-1956 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1954-1956 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Division Chairman (some served in more than one department): Communications and Fine Arts, Evelyn B. Branigan of Beloit, Wisconsin; Community Affairs, Mrs. Marcus B. Calhoun of Thomasville, Georgia; Education and Home, Violet Snedegar of Elkins, West Virginia; International Affairs, Marian Smith (Mrs. Charles O.) of Holcomb, Kansas; and Public Affairs and Conservation, Mrs. Kenneth Howell of Sheridan, Wyoming. The Junior Division Chairmen and the GFWC Department Chairmen prepared a program booklet f

Image of JRM 1956-1958 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1956-1958 - Junior Membership Records

Marian Smith (Mrs. Charles O.) of Holcomb, Kansas, served from 1956-1958 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1956-1958 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: American Home, Helen Jenrette (Mrs. Joseph M., Jr.) of Raleigh, North Carolina; Communications, Miss Evelyn Borea of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey; Community Affairs, Janey O. Reed (Mrs. Kenneth L.) of Kenosha Wisconsin; Conservation, Eleanor R. Guthrie (Mrs. Fleetwood L.) of Dunbar, West Virginia; Education, Mrs. Marcus B. Calhoun of Thomasville, Georgia; Fine Arts, Phyllis Curtis (Mrs. Leo F.) of Hammond, Indiana; International Affairs, Marian L. Breidenbach (Mrs. K. Richard) of Dayton, Oh

Image of JRM 1958-1960 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1958-1960 - Junior Membership Records

Phyllis Curtis (Mrs. Leo F.) of Hammond, Indiana, served from 1958-1960 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1958-1960 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: American Home, Myrt W. Gullett (Mrs. William) of College Park, Maryland; Communications, Beverly F. Shahan (Mrs. Earl Jr.) of Tullahoma, Tennessee; Community Affairs, Miss Marjorie Yokley of Mount Airy, North Carolina; Conservation, Eleanor R. Guthrie (Mrs. Fleetwood L.) of Dunbar, West Virginia; Council of International Clubs, Barbara Trigg (Mrs. Hastings S.) of West Hempstead, New York; Education, Nannie Jean Hay (Mrs. Ronald) of Grove City, Pennsylvania; Fine Arts, Patricia A. Claytor (M

Image of JRM 1960-1962 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1960-1962 - Junior Membership Records

Nannie Jean Hay (Mrs. Ronald) of Grove City, Pennsylvania, served from 1960-1962 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. "Accent on Youth" was the administration keynote. During the 1960-1962 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Maxine M. Moles (Mrs. Francis) of Seward, Nebraska; Council of International Clubs, Mrs. H. Jack Sharpe Jr. of Thomasville, North Carolina; Education, Jane Lee Nosal (Mrs. Paul); Fine Arts, Mrs. Robert Smith Jr. of Ludlow, Vermont; Home Life, Maxine Scarbro (Mrs. James) of Powellton, West Virginia; International Affairs, Miss Marjorie Yokley, Mount Airy, North Carolina; and Public Affairs, Patricia Amato (Mrs. Donald).

Image of JRM 1962-1964 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1962-1964 - Junior Membership Records

Maxine S. Scarbro (Mrs. James A.) of Montgomery, West Virginia, served from 1962-1964 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1962-1964 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Peggy G. Sammons (Mrs. Thomas) of Swainsboro, Georgia; Education, Jane Lee Nosal (Mrs. Paul) of Bethpage, NY; Fine Arts, Phyllis Jay Dudenhoffer (Mrs. William) of Jonesboro, Indiana; Home Life, Mrs. David Perkins of Entiat, Washington; International Affairs, Jeri J. Winger (Mrs. Wendell) of Springville, Utah; Public Affairs, Judy Harrison (Mrs. Gene C.) of Cedarburg, Wisconsin; Council of International Clubs, and Ethel B. Mahon (Mrs. John G.) of Jacksonville, Flo

Image of JRM 1964-1966 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1964-1966 - Junior Membership Records

Mary Jean Houde (Mrs. Thomas R.) of Kankakee, Illinois, served from 1964-1966 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. Myrtle Young (Mrs. George) served as Junior Conference Secretary. During the 1964-1966 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Miss Evelyn Farley of Plainville, Connecticut; Education, Barbara Wade (Mrs. Gentry) of Saratoga, California; Fine Arts, Edna Springer (Mrs. Harold) of Clarksburg, West Virginia; Home Life, Jeanenne Morrow (Mrs. James R.) of Birmingham, Alabama; International Affairs, Christine Badger (Mrs. Robert L.), 1964-1965, and Judy Harrison (Mrs. Gene C.) of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, 1965-1966; Public Affairs, Mrs. Jess

Image of JRM 1966-1968 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1966-1968 - Junior Membership Records

Jeanenne Morrow (Mrs. James R.) of Birmingham, Alabama, served from 1966-1968 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. The Juniors added "NOW" to the GFWC administration theme of "Build with Youth for a Better World": N for "Needs of Humanity", O for "Opportunities for Action", and W for "Wonders in Discovery." During the 1966-1968 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Gayle Bailey (Mrs. Glen) of Covina, California; Education, Alice Donahue (Mrs. Thomas) of West Barrington, Rhode Island; Fine Arts, Eunice Laughery (Mrs. Robert) of Valparaiso, Indiana; Home Life, June Coffey (Mrs. Dean) of Princeton, West Virginia, 1966-1967, and Betty Olszewski

Image of AV 048 - Film

AV 048 - Film

Video created by the Humane Society for the GFWC program "Kids and Kindness." Humane Education focuses on teaching students to be "caring, appreciating, and learning to be responsible." It also aims to encourage interest in a broad range of subject areas "by integrating the study of animals" curriculum-wide.