Calgary Herald

1948-05-20 Page 6

Varsity Women Elect Mrs. Burkholder 

University Women's Club of Calgary held its annual dinner recently in Christ Church parish hall with Mrs. C. G. Crosland in the chair.
The annual reports of members of the executive showed a successful year in general meetings, group efforts and community activities, among which were the support given to the Calgary Allied Arts Council and participation in the Alberta Educational Council broadcasts.
MRS. C. G. CROSLAND, the retiring president, introduced the new executive, which will be under the presidency of Mrs. R. Burkholder. Other new
officers are: Mrs. James Edwards, vice-president; Mrs. R. F. Woodford, treasurer; Mrs. C. S. Corbett, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ralph Pepper, program convener; Miss Elizabeth Young, social convener and Mrs. Ronald Brown, press convener.
Mrs. C. G. Crosland will be a member of the executive as past president. Mrs. H. F. Dickson will continue to serve as recording secretary, Miss Olive Jagoe as group convener and Mrs. H. T. Robertson as Federation representative. Mrs. Sidney Robbins will represent the club on the Calgary Allied Arts Council.
MRS. A. M. SCOTT, the founder of the Calgary club and life member, spoke to the meeting. Violin selections were played by Mrs. R. G. Williams Jr. accompanied by Mrs. Philip Boese.
Book reviews, "Our Partnership" by Beatrice Webb, and "The Ides of March" by Thornton Wilder, were given by Miss Dorothy Field and Miss Louise Riley. Miss Phyllis Western thanked those who contributed to the evening's entertainment. The meeting adjourned after members had enjoyed square dances under the direction of Miss Nellie James. 

Extracted by J. Kynman 2015-11-18