former owner of her house, and specializes in
easily grown planters. A feature of her garden
is the Chistmas rose. Those of us who have
seen the beauty and order of her garden wonder
where the easy-of-growing stops and the work
Lillie B Stabler read for our enjoyment a large
part of the well-loved "Eneas Africanus". Her
research that she loved the theater was borne out by her
Helen Hollowell brought models and an article
about her beloved chickadees, Emma Pierson a box
of lunch herbs, and Bertha Crum told us of her case of
house - plants, particularly an amaryllis that wouldn't
be thrown away.
Emma T. Stabler displayed a choice collection of
beautiful carved ivory faces, a Japanese ceremonial
and other beautiful faces, Charles Dicken's "jigger' with
engraved name and other articles.
Lucy Winslow's contribution was a Guatamalan Quetzal bird, a beautiful stuffed bird in a wooden case.
Mrs. Clas brought in beautifully embroidered Chinese shawls, a robe and several valuable works of art.
It was hard to adjourn, but we hope to continue at a future meeting. Helen T. Farquhar, Sec'y Pro Tem
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