Gave money to City Federation of
Woman’s Club to be used to purchase materials with which the convalescents
at the Naval Air Base may occupy their time until able to go back to their
Donated money, cakes and workers for
a creole dinner given at U.S.O. headquarters.
Entertained at Vesper Services at U.S.O.; gave forty-three ( 43 ) dozen cookies and coffee; also chaperone
twice a week at U.S.O.
The Club made and gave eight afghans
to Red Cross and Naval Air Base.
Members of Club reported knitting through the
summer and work turned over to the Red Cross – also many garments made.
Contributed to Red Cross, Community Chest –
gifts of food and clothing to needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Contributed to the Golden Jubilee Foundation.
One Hundred per cent ( 100% ) in subscription to
the Texas Federation magazine.
Book placed on shelf at headquarters in memory
of Mrs. Frank A. Tompkins.
Books sent to the National Defense Library in
Washington – books to be sent to service men overseas.
Chairman of the War Service Comm.
moved the club equipment and sponsor a casualty center, seconded and
carried. After three months and twenty-three days the casualty center was
completed – list of materials for center in list given.
All money in the Woman’s Monday Club and the
Florence Student Loan Fund used to buy bonds.
A picture was awarded to the Club for having
bought the most bonds in the Fifth District. The picture was sent to
Austin to be hung in the Clubhouse.
The Club gave a three year scholarship to
student nurse - the nurse selected Miss Faye Pate, also gifts at Christmas,
birthdays and other occasions – Donation to Blood Bank, one hundred per