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PRFiSI FUT' S ADDRF S"

2Srd Annual Convention,

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Tamipa, Fla.


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Repprt of President

Mrs. .8..S Jen:inr s*

The year has brought many o:.nes and the necessity for the

re-adjur.-t-i t of department work has brought in its wake the

wai _t of added official responsibilities. The officer and

ch-irLmsn have arisen as one to meet the emergency confronting our

country* All unnecessary dert ment work has been eliminated and

theb F.adration has concentrated with a unity of purpose, which

you i7ill see by the reports, has brought forth splendid results.

The days have dii been all too short for the many demands

made on your executive _nd with a re -.rdlessness of results, she

has used up a codly portion of the nights at her desk, without

even stopping for the much needed vacation. It has been a general

season of forgetfulness of self in the thought of others. The

regular routine of compilin., editing and issuing of the year book
with the assistance of our ever faithful correspcndinL secretary





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immediately followed the convention.

Then c~ .-. the General 7'deration Council meeting at Neew

Orleans, which will have been covered in the report of the

General Federation Director. It was a Inerrorable meeting. The

program, which had been arranl ed with such care, was set aside and

the entire time given up to a conference on the plans for rendLainx

the greatest possible service to our country in the crisis. ?Srcon.

resolution looking to the moral sanitation of army camps and naval

stations, were recor c..zndced in a joint conference and adopted by

the Board of Directors. Representing as it did the greatest

organization of women in the world, the action of this conference

probably was the -ieatest factor in bringing about the appointment

of the U.S. War and I Tvy Cci~ir.ission on Tr'aii-in. Camp Activities.
Your President took an active interest in this and is justly

proud of results.
The General Federation Emergency Service Committee :.aa
created with Mrs. Josiah Evans Cowles, President, G.F.W.C. as
Chaii,,:rin and a splendid cc.,ririttee, each rl.ler in charge of a






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district of several states each, the St Pc President representing.

her own Federation.

This .'as Legislative year and finding that it vwas impossible

for our Legislation Chairman to be present and look after the

Federation bills, your President spend four *.:e':3 at the Capitol

working with the local ccm-..ittee, who were indefatigable in their

efforts in behalf of your measures, Unless some of you have

served in a like capacity, ou cannot realize what an exacting task

;:'-;ter legislative work is, nor how much you owe of the final results

to the faithfulness of those on the ground. It is far from a pleas-

ant duty it is guinine hard worko
me cuL'~, s
Probably there were more nur,;z' ous ssaa~xiaa advocated which

became laws in other years, but some very important laws ;wrere

enacted at this asca.i. session*

The E.ual Suff-t..e Constitutional amendment was a triumph,

if not a complete success, and was of great educational value and

bound to bear ffuit,




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If there had been no other i.masure that de advocated adopted,

' except the prohibition aiz-i.ent during the entire session of the

Legislature Xsaism ar-, that is ratified at ou next general elect-

ion, the Legislature would have justified its sitting and the women

of Florida will have been fully repaid for their work.

On account of appointment to serve on the State Food Commi-

asion, spent two da-... in Tallahassee at tndin_ the o;--.iLization

meeting and have continued since as a memir br of the executive ccLi::ittee

and Chairman odf Utilization Economy.

Early in Zune came an appointmnet as temporary ch-.i l an for

Florida from Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Chairman Tom.an's Committee,Council

national Defense, which was accepted)an d after the second attempt to

brin-, together the heads of the maine state organization, the Florida
Division was foi.cd just a few days over a rionth from receipt of
appointment, with :rT., illiam Hooker, a past president of the Federa-
tion, as permanent ch:.irin :-n

While serving as Temporary chairman, the first Food Pl.edge
card campaign was commenced and conr.lucted to completion. The


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or- .-ni-ations forming- the State Committee, each bought its c,'n

cards and distributed 25,600 in all. Of these about 10,000 were

sent to Mr. Hoover silnsi, The colored women were also enlisted

and deserve great credit for their efforts.

In connection with the a-'ove oarai.1n 110 ne 's paper notices

and coupon were printed in papers and numerous letters written. This

Ocpaigea *, 1 o;a ooneidCrea satisfactory in any state .nd as it
3rxs~nad preceded the creation og the Food AdLi.inistration by Congrese

it was thought best to conduct the second ca:.1i-n just closed. This

was done in each state thru the council of defense, and as Jthe

State Food Commission had been designated as such Council for Florida,

the Executive Committee was appointed by ;r., Hoover on State Food

Conservation Execttive Campaign committee, and your President found

it her duty to serve.

In preparing the Counties for Food Conservation work, it has

been a privilege to organize five country Food SFwp Commissions and

Councils of Defense, assisting, many others, making numerous food

conservation talks.





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Am serving as a ;.:si..er of the Execkutive Committee Florida

Division VWoni.:'s Committee, CO..D., and as a L..esr of the State

War Library Council*

Served as CA1-.ii.;n for state in the first Liberty Loan sale,

but appointment bein $astk received so late that it was impossible

to repc.D:rt more than .'10,000 worth sold by women. Ap. inted as

Chairman for Florida, for the la..t Liberty Loan Bond sale, by Mrs.

..G.;.cAdoo, 'Tational Chairi-;an, October 9th, but nothing would have

induced the acceptance of an :Ldded burden of responsibility so near

the convention, except the realization that at such a late date

Florida w;Olwen would probably have ,one unreported. There was no time

to perfect organization according to plan sent from Washington head-.

quarters. Heads of State Oraniizations were invited ti serve on the
State Committee, and the work was conducted thru the permanan orgn-
ized channels, with The splendid results and the total sales made

by and through women reported to date, t333,50,00, certainly an
amount to be proud of. It was a Uhriilwind coaMiai, n and if a corps

of able assistance had not volunteered from a local Club, the results





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would have been impossible of acoi. .pli-hmLent by the chairman. The

Club -rwomen all over the State deserve special praise for the splendid

way they have responded to every emeis=ncy call. The State is to

be thoroughly organized for another Bond sale, early in the Spring,

are instructions received by the State Chairman, which will be put

in effect as speedily as possible and volunteer chairmen both for

counties ,A tone in a sufficient number to cover the entire state

are needed.

At the reWu-'st of Mrs. Elmer Blair, General Federation Hea..th

Chairman, your president is serving. as chairman of a special state

Health Committee, looking to the moral sanitation of the Army Camps

and i T.val tZ.tions. Your State Chairman of Hedth, and the Vice

Presidents were a._ointed and make t'e State Committee .
The ap ..ointment of Camp matrons, originatinL from, appoint-

ment by your president, of such committee first for Key TWest, was

highly commended by H7is. Blair, with a statement that she w.culd pass

the idea on to other states.

These numerous appointments which have ppened as many aaenues

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of interesting service, have been received by your president, and the

report is rendered with the kno'.ledbe that the honors accruing from

same belong to the Federation as well as to the a,;cid-nr, and have

been received on account of the recognized st.aniin, our Federation

has attained and the re.-:utation justly earned 1ax of doing things

In visiting, clubs during the year, have spoken to 35 meeting

which v;ere attended by representatives of 80 clubs, necessitating

travel of 9,350 miles by rail, and 1,233 miles by automobile. A

total i.lea:e trc-viled by railroad of 10,573, and the fares totaled

'4-4$3.00. Miscellaneous ;ex -nes *"25.00. Sten:,raphers fees

3$58.1 totaling a gift of .1031.12 to the work of the Federation

from your President,.

It has been a great pleasure to have had the honor of dedicating
thr.~e club houses this year, those of ,Vst Palm Beach, Fort Lu~er-
dale, and Palatka, all beautiful structures,well planned, This
makes seven club homes dedicated and one corner stone laid during

this administration. Thc-re were .an other splendid club houses
built during the thri:. years also.


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Ha e- or, .anized three i'voien's Ulubs aid assisted in organization

of Duval County Federation. Five clubs or.- nized during adminis-

tration and many assisted to xaasxiz.tii reoL'. _ization.

Letters bitten strictly on matters pest-inin; to the conduct of

Federation affairs, 5,406; j cstal's, 156; pieces of literature dis-

tributed thru mail, 1,442; 75 year books sent out, and 320 invita-

tions to convention. Total pieces of mail sent from the President's

desk, 7,399.. Postage paid by Federation, and also .*".,6 for 55

tele._ r ."- *

-Validictory-

As this reort in a sense id the Validictory of this administration,

it ri. Lt be interes-e to those who are new in Federation work, or

enjoying their first convention, to have a resume of the work done

and results attained. In the three- years 15,132 pieces if mail have

"cne from the President's desk* 26,543 miles have been traveled.

Expense of conducting work *-3,407.97 borm~pirgonally and this, out-

side of funds for posted,, tele rams and stationary, furnished by

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You need nothing but the above at.t C t..~nt as absolute proof that the

Federation endowment Fund is a dire necessity. The officers -and

chairmen have all born a heavy burden of expense, ea,.ecially the

Vice Presidents, who have endeavored to cover their sections.

Georgia's President is allowed uS5.00 per month for office expense

and it is only a short time when your President must have a paid

Secretary; the need is all too evident now.

The special accomplishments of this administration:

1- Incorporating Or.. -Lniz;tion,

2- The securing of 960 acres of land which cc ,upLises Royal Palm State

Park, the only tropical reservation of its kind in the United States,

or owned by women's or. anizations.

3- curing 960 acres of land as -ift as endo-;.or'nt land from "re,
HenryFl..lar, rlainl total of 1,980 acres cci:.risinS estate.

4- Financing Park.

5- Building and equiping Lodge, at Royal Palm State Park.

6- Prohibition at two conventions






7- The endorsement of Equal Sufficage at two conventions.

8- Assisted in securing adoption of Prehibition amenri..~iet by

Legislature.

5V-The Establishrment of t.he Federation endowment fund at Deland

convention.

10-Doubling Health Fund and starting Anti-Tubercolis work in the

cities*

11-Securinm thru efforts of Fed.:ration, Girls Industrial School.

18--'as the first State FLdration to adopt Red Cross ,c-,k as a club

-activity nmd appoint committee and the first to appoint camp

matrons.

13-Created the Park and Endowm ent Committees.

14-The Clubs in the Federation have been doubled, with >a to s~a

spare, making total of 17L'0lubs.


Appreciation-

It has been a precious privilege to have served our beloved

Federation at the head of the ranks, placed there by :;:.ur desire.

You cannot know how treasured this expression of confidence has been





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nor wit what humility your preside nt has constantly endeavored to
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justify your confidence in the ability. This confidence and loyal

co-oaeration has sustained, enabeling her to live up to your ideals.
The .den of responsibility i$" great ana fully equals the honor of

the position, .hean the fe-lin is always uppew'..ost that she re-

presents such a splendid body of xKam iomen. To the counsel of the

officers .nd chairmen in their conduct of affairs, and to the deep

interest displayed with the eager unselfish devotion to the work*,

With the splendid and prompt co-operation of the clubs is due the

mBis wonderful results reported in all lines of Federation work

at this convention. There has been a r a.a2kable spirit of hii~i:cny

of action, unusual in the machinery of an organization of such
larne affairs*. rLci &.:.r that the three years of service has been a

joy to your chief executive and that she is deeply gxxaI~s grateful

for your unceasing loyalty. We shall ever continue together to the
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VICE PRESIDENT AT LARGE
MRS. GEORGE DeBOLT,
Fairmont
DISTRICT PRESIDENTS

FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
Mrs. J. L. Bernhardt, Mannington
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
Mrs. J. M. Callahan, Morgantown
THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
Mrs. H. E. Travis, Clarksburg
FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
Mrs. Frank Mann, Huntington
FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
Mrs. Harry C. Wilson, Ceredo
SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
Mrs. P. A. George, Ronceverte
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GENERAL FEDERATION STATE
ECP.Rr5TARY


CHAIRMAN STANDING COMMITTEES


ARTS AND CRAFTS
MRS. J. E. COOPER Mrs. J. N. Dowler, Woodlawn, Wheeling
-ECORIING SE Y i" AND PUBLIC HEALTH
RECORDING SECRETARY Mrs. L 0. Woodley, Huntington
Mrs. Fuller Glasscock, Morgantownr
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY, CIVIL SERVICE REFORM
Mrs. John B. Sammel, Parlersburg Miss Mary A. Peck, Kenova


TREASURER
Mr
AUDITOR
DIRECTOR
Mrs. R.
STATE EDITOR
Mr


ATN S Iif 1iina

MRS. OSEPH G. CCHRAN. RESIDENT 1016 MARKET STPARKERSBURGVA.
SMRS. JOSEPH G. COCHRAN, PRESIDENT. 1016 MARKET ST..PARKERSBURG, W.VA.


Xr i.S. 7ennings,
ain St.
Jacksonville ,Fla.


.y dear .rs. Jennir s:--


As I am planning to spen some weeks in Florida to
avoid the unpleasa.nt winter weather in the Ohio valley,my thots are
turnicng in that direction and I am wondering how I can be of most
service -.hile I am there.


Ever since the 7ew Orleans meeting I have been so actively
en : in war eJ.Ierr ricy work,that I cannot think of giving it up
during my winter holiday. M'y suTr.mer was scent at my former homrti in
the East where one feels the war situation the most keenly;and for
sevr'-.l months I have been giving six to eight hours a day, every day
in the wehk to the Red Cross i-i to the emerr-ncy %work of the State
Federation that falls under my department. Pince returning to W.Va.
in September I have been giving the R.C. course in the preparation
of ::r.urical dressings to fifty of our college girls, and aiso directing
the work in our R.C. work room.


I do not,of course ,know in what department of war
relief work I can be of most service -.hile in your state,but T
wish to do whatever is most nrizd. Your women may be fully
or. ized,but if there is anything that I can do, I shall be very
glad to know- how I can help most.


tJ leave next Tuedday and for the next few ,.e.ek: I
shall be at Orlando and Claerm.ont. In case vwe have any time in
Jacksonville I shall hope to give ::,,self the pleasure of calling for
a few moments,if for no other reason than to tell you the good things
.rs. Blair said of you when I last sew her in New York. We had a
long talk at the time upon the wamrgenoy public Health work,which I
believe we represent in our respective states.


hile at Clermont, I shall be at the L. Highlands Club
House,where I shall hope to have a line from you,in case I do not
see yu en route and you c' n tell me how I can be of most service
while in Florida.

Very truly yours,

Srshall CoIllen
H1untngo


CONSERVATION
s. James McCoach, Sistersville Mrs. George A. Bishop, Wheeling
AMrs. E. C. Ewing, Wheeling EDUCATION
Mrs. H. M. Kimberland, Wheeling
L. Hutchinson HOME ECONOMICS
1509 Sixth Avenue. Huntington Mrs. L. B. Bowers, Parkersburg
IR FEDERATION MAGAZINE INDUSTRIAL AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
s. W. C. McGregor, Wheeling Miss Elizabeth Rungee, Elm Grove


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CHAIRMAN STANDING COMMITTEES
LEGISLATION
Mrs. J. J. Warwick, Charleston
LITERATURE AND LIBRARY EXTENSION
Miss S. Scollay Page, Clarksburg
MUSIC
Mrs. A. G. Lancaster, Parkersburg
RURAL CLUB EXTENSION
Mrs. S. D. Smith, Huntington
BADGE
Mrs. Morton Wortham Sloan, Huntington
CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS
Mrs. J. L. Ruhl, Clarksburg
FINANCE
Mrs. George DeBolt, Fairmont
MEMBERSHIP
Mrs. E. C. Rogerson, Moundsville
PRESS
Mrs. Lucius H. Cammack, Huntington
PROGRAM
Mrs. James A. Cunningham, Charleston
RECIPROCITY
Mrs. Henry Zilliken, Wellsburg
STATE SCHOLARSHIP
Miss Virginia Foulk, Huntington


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Vice Presiderit at Large:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice Presirenlt FIrst Sec:lon
MRS. W. F. MILLER, 'alrico,
Vice President Second Sec[i.rn:
MRS, i. D. RANDALL, Law. rcy
Vice Prcsidert Third Section:
MRS CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee
Vice -'resident Forih Section:
1IIRS. LM. L. STANLEY, Daytona


Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. IVA SPROULE-BAKER, Miami
Public Health:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona
Home Economics:
MRS. W. T. GARY, Ocala.
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville


PRESIDENT
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Secretary to General Federation
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven


CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. W. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. M. A. CJ30NTS, Jacksonville
Waterways:
MRS J. D. COUGHLIN, Palatka
Good Roads:
MRS. C. E. HAWKINS, Brooksville
Seminole Indians:
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
Royal Palm State Park:
MRS. E. C. LOVELAND, Homestead


Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Ft. Pierce P. 0., Eldred
Recording Secretary:
MRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City


Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Endowment Fund:
OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Red Cross:
MISS RUTH RICH, Jacksonville
Motion Pictures:
MRS. F. E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


PRESS
MRS. H. S. JENISON, Chairman, State Editor General
FederationSMagazine and Business Rep.. Jacksonville
State Editor Florida Times-Union: State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. EDWARD O'DONALD, Jacksonville MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Reporter-Star: State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando MRS. MARJORY S. DOUGLAS, Miami
SState Editor The Schoolroom: Jacksonville, Fla. State Editor The Journal:
MRS. GEO. M. WRIGHT, Lakeland November, 5, 1917. MISS MARIE LOUISE CAPPICK, Key West


Dear Madam President:
At our last State Federation meeting the following
amended by-laws were adopted at my suggestion.
Ca ARTICLE II SECTION 2. OFFICERS.
"The Florida Federation of Women's Clubs shall be a
member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs. In accordance
with the procedure of the General Federation two additional offi-
cers shall be provided for; a Florida Secretary to the General
Federation, who shall be elected; a Florida Director to the Gen-
B< eral Federation, who shall be nominated at the same time and in
the same manner that the regular officers of the Federation are
elected. The name of the candidate thus elected shall be presented
by the Florida delegation to the General Federation, at the next
Biennial, as Florida's nominee for election as a Director.
SECTION 4.
The Officers and Past-President of the Federation, the
Chairmen of the Department Committee,the Florida Secretary to the
General Federation the Florida Director to the General Federation
and the Presidents' of all the federated organizations shall con-
stitute the Board of Directors."
Kentucky Federation has sent out resolutions asking all
Federations to abolish the General Federation Secretaryship, with
a view of consolidating the duties of this office with that of
Director. There seems to be a movement on foot to this end. What
has your State done?
Eighteen States presented for election as Director,
their State. Presidents, at the New York Biennial. Did this prove
satisfactory?
How does your State stand in regard to the above?
A prompt reply will be appreciated.
With every good wish,
Sincerely,



President,. >.0W. U.


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Vice President at Large:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President First Section:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section:
MRS. M. L. STANLEY, Daytona




Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville
Education: r
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lil:elarn
Music:
MRS. IVASPROULE-BAKER, Mimnui
Public Health:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona I
Home Economics:
MRS. W. T. GARY, Oc al, I
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jack onr, vl


Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Ft. Pierce P. O., Eldred
Recording Secretary:
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville MRS. JOHN W. ICKINS, Sanford
Secretary to General Federation Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. HARRY B. YINIUM, Jacksonville
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City


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CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. W. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Pr.oLtction:
M RS. J ULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Fortie.rv:
MRS F. AM. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville
Waie rv avs:
JlMRS J D. COUGHLIN, Palatka
Good Roads:
M P.:- C. E. HAWKINS, Brooksville
S mrinol indians:
.MR S. F RANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
Royal P mrn State Park:
iMRHS E. C. LOVELAND, Homestead


Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Endowment Fund:
OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Red Cross:
MISS RUTH RICH, Jacksonville
Motion Pictures:
MRS. F. E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


PRESS
i MRS H. S. JENISON, Chairman, State Editor General
Fcerae E r li r Magazine and Business Rep., Jacksonville
State Editor Florida TimeE i, On: State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. EDWARD O'D(CN.L, J:i k : li MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Reporter-Star: State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. E. W.D.DUNN, Orlando Jk Ik. 11le, Fla. MRS. MARJORY S. DOUGLAS, Miami
State Editor The Schoolroom: State Editor The Joufnal:
MRS. GEO. M. WRIGHT, Lakeland No0 v. 5, 1917. MISS MARIE LOUISE CAPPICK, Key West


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thee, until I sa, the Treasurer. They are ~].-5 a hun.id'?j, which would be
-.38 for the 0 which please send to Miss Kate V.Jackson, :]. So.
Rome Ave. Tcm : ,.or Park fund. --&

SYours truly,






President, F.F "V.C. '


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FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT
MRS. JOHN N. SPEEL
1.310 K STREET
(Phone Main 7805)
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT
MRS. THOMAS W. CALVER
207 A STREET S. E.
(Phone Lincoln 997)
RECORDING SECRETARY
MRS. CARTER B. KEENE
2037 GARFIELD STREET
(Phone North 6200)
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
MRS. JASON WATERMAN
1807 THIRD STREET N. E.
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AUDITOR
MRS. GEORGE E. HEBBARD
1819 BELMONT STREET
(Phone Columbia 900)
GENERAL FEDERATION STATE SECRETARY
MRS. EUGENE H. PITCHER
3910 NICKINLEY STREET
(Phone Cleveland 655)
GENERAL FEDERATION DIRECTOR
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THE KENESAW
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CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER
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A/ OFFICE OF CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER
-_ / CAMP JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON
/ BLACK POINT, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. November 7, 1917.

613


Subject: Burning of wood.


MRS. W. S. JMENINGS, President,
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs,
Jacksonville, Florida.

Dear Madam:

Your letter of the fifth instant-to the Chamber of Commerce-has

been referred to me by the Secretary of that body.

I would say, for your information, that all wood of any description

that is suitable for fuel is being carefully saved. Not only that, but trees

that it has been necessary to cut, in order to make room for buildings, have

been recut into suitable lengths and stored for future use as fuel. You must

realize that it is necessary to burn considerable brush that has no value, in

order to dispose of it. I have no doubt that the protest and complaints that

have reached you have arisen from visitors who have seen the incineration of

camp waste and garbage near the main road into camp. For sanitary reasons,

it is necessary that all such waste, or garbage, be burned. The fuel used

for tis is such as would not be of value for any other purpose. It is also

necessary for us to burn some of the short pieces under our boilers that are

installed at the camp power plant.

I appreciate, very much, the spirit of co-operation in which your

letter was written to the Chamber of Commerce, and I am thanking Mr. Kessler

for bringing it to my attention.
Respectfully,



Major, Corps of Engineers, U.S.R.,
Constructing Quartermaster








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MRS MAY M JENNINGS Z -

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DELAYED HERE TRYING SATISFY ADAMS ATTORNEY SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE AM TO MEET

THEM TOMORROW PROCEED STLOUIS EVENING THERE SATURDAY ADDRESS UNION

STATION HOTEL MAY GO MOTHERS FOR SUNDAY AUNT JANE VERY POORLY DWIGHT

WAS THERE SUNDAY RETURNING TODAY NEWYORK CASE AFTER NINETEENTH HAZEL

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SDear tre.Lewis:
Ia th greatt r uh, I am taking just 'a moment to express
S\ \c-you my appreci tion of tbe boauXifrl little tea you gave for me
"e afternroon.I was a fueat in jour Gity. It was E!oo- .co meet you.
aain. Please .keep. w c.rki-n arKc..find out ho1, nany pzi6le -want a
Wr ,W-ns C.lui, getting their naea m d add reies. Aftes the
.. \or.vernticn, we ~iill certainly cr~4niaYe one, because if the CiviO
\. .Eue ia nct GcinL- to continue its or8i.k, there will certainly
a pl aome -as there are. lote oe -;oman whlo will jcin a Wovman'S
',Nb ho ill- o nothing else, tind. you are.ent.tled to the support.
t-hose who make-their heae in your oity part of the year.

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Mi S. T. V. MOORE, Miami PRESIDENT MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Vice Pi~ident First Section: MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville R r.
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico MRMRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Vice:President Second Section: Secretary to General Federation Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
VWe President Third Section: Treasurer:
SMRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Vice President Fourth Section: Auditor:
MISS KATHRYN THORPE, Daytona MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City

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Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. IVA SPROUL-BAKER, Miami
Public Health:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona
Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami


CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. W. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. M. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville
Waterways:
MRS. M. L. STANLEY, Daytona
Good Roads:
MRS. 0. BROWNELL, Jacksonville
PRESS
MRS. H. S. JENISON, Chairman, Jacksonville


State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. A. B, VANCE, Jacksonville
State Editor Reporter-Star:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando
State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa


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MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, FtLauderdale
Poyal Palm State Park:
MRS. JOHN GIFFORD, Cocoanut Grove
Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Endowment Fund:
OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


State Editor Miami Metropolis:
MISS GRACE JARRETT, Miami
State Editor Ocala Banner:
MRS. C. H. LLOYD, Ocala
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


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FRANJW G. JOHNSON, Secretary "Childhood is the battleground where victories to
MARCUS C. FAGG,
R. V.COVINGTON, Treasurer against poverty, disease and crime State Superintendent
count most."

PHONE ( Ul- ilrn' aty .f 7g .How about a nice little
4771 GlIr T uirm's irf amr 0dty f Fivrtba child for your home. Eh?
"Florida's Greatest Charity"

A State wide Undenominational work for Homeless Helpless Orphan and Needy Children
Supported Entirely by Voluntary Contributions of Money Clothes Provisions, Fruits Etc.

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:s. W. S. J3..-in,3, President,
Florid:i F1earation of r.omntos Clubs,
City,

.:y dear irs. Jennings:

I ".cndsr if it would be -.s-in. too much of you
in these days when you -are alre:.:ly burdened with so any out-
side duties, to present the u-rg1nt and immediate need of our
Society to the 7omen's Clubs of our state, ~;ho have always
shown such an active interest in our gr rat work for the home-
less, orx.h:n _Jl .-.2.y children of our state.

On :Tva.,;ber slt we had ac :ui:.ul..:t* a deficit of
over '.'O.000 by far the largest ficit we have ever known
in our work. This deficit we feel .su._:e was brought about by
two ip-.ortant ceases: first, the very large number of children
to be cared for 841 little ones having teen referred to us
for hoa .s, aid ...L. care up to -soveiber ist this year. Second,
the loss in interest and su-:.ort due to the urgent call of the
Red Cross and other "'.i- c':.-rities.

3 have reduced the deficit by persistent effort
to $about '1400.00, but must wipe it out entirely if our great
work for Florida's future citizens is to go on. Tith your
support -ni;. the sup.;.ort of every Club in our state I feel sure
the deficit will soon vanish.

;T ':alieve that our home "kiddies" and our
ho;m chJ. .ities should have first call on the h.-.rts and purses
of our good people for surely we can't afford to neglect our
very own to extend our hands in aid to others.

Apl.reciative of all that the 7o.jen's Clubs of
Florida have done for our gr'e.t work and for the cause of
childhood in our state, and feeling sure that you will do all
you can for us in this critical period of our service, I am
for the Society,
Very cordially yours,

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'. fo Aid '

In the folowi-ng letter -from Mr. Marous Fagg, to Mrs. W8';S.,
Jenningse, Pre ident, F.F.CW-G thb6. urgent.,need for uppcrt of

this.great Florida charity, is; set -fortb -Mr s Jennig s in .
presenting this letter to the Clib Women .of F rid, through. the

S -- Federation pages, is appealiz t.to them for sistance. t eep. this -
Sgreat. work going She.has lways a stressedthe necessity of
.ding for bhom nde e as wfl2 aC thoseaboad, *ana: while lakii
Extra saa .gsa .sacrifices of time and. means to meet the demands

of our country 1.i the present ctisise it' is :ala urgent -that we:
meet the needs:of ou I oQO try'at home, in keeping; our o tizenship 1.

intact; .and because the children of today xa will mean. si much
Sto our ountrys future, it-i. doubly necessary that we guard id

Sare for them. Remember, .e are depending upon the child en; of
today, to take the -places ofthe' men who.. have one ;t6 .the- fo
S .With the belie that it. i:s only neces ar to pre en t.h

... existing oonditions to 'Club omen of Florida to have ,itweli'
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JUDGE W. H. BAKER, President
FRANK G. JOINSON, Secretary
R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer


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"Childhood is the battleground where victories
against poverty, disease and crime -
count most."


0ilr Qhthilrn'i omfi oertgy of lonriia


Address all correspondence
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MARCUS C. FAGG,
State Superintendent


How about a nice little
child for your home. Eh?


"Florida's Greatest Charity"

A State wide Undenominational work for Homeless Helpless Orphan and Needy Children
Supported Entirely by Voluntary Contributions of Money Clothes Provisions, Fruits Etc.


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Nov. 13, 1917




Mr. E.V. Burr,
Chairman, Board County Oommissioners,
County Court House Miami, Fla.
Dear Sir:
Mr. James H. Gillman, Casther, Bank Bay of. Bioayne,
has written that your Board will require me to send a bill eaoh
month, for the payment of the $100.00 into the Bank, to the
credit of the Federation, for warden's salary of Royal Palm
State Park, aooount of appropriation made by Gounty Oommssasioners,
of $1300,00, to be expanded on Royal Palm State Park, by'the
FloridaFederation Women's Clubs.
Kindly find bill enclosed as per request, -and as 0or
convention meet Nov. 30th to 23rd, will be very glad if you 'an
have the money deposited at oneO to our credit, so we oan pay
the warden's salary for November.

Very truly yours,



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SWX ,Jams H. Gilluan,
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Dear Sir:

Thank you very much for your letter in regard
$100.00 a month from the Deae Co. COoniaf4 ones. Wall
S-at once ana aae theorm to deposit to our credit.


to tht
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I have read (our. Letter with gxast one, aindF att do
not e an as~iter "tW o toqlBto lpat -.o ye, T. u an sataly hae
i keu.n you. oQwn ttL, About aaswertx my letter, and -when I waa' in
Mstat, a th S t ea o october, I trted i-t et you ever theO pfon
S an d' lr Low nand wrote you a aot. w fyig ,i I was ao ben :;in
i;aaal., I hav ..a4 eds rythM gI 4c'-_ )o o a settle*i*t Wi th
yon, and told you you-n i ,any wo*04 be forthceatO as soon aM you
@0d14 answer s.y letter. Ntct we6fk the; OonTveMnJ oou#s8, ad amy
tin. as Pralidnt wll3U hae expted. a.ae will -have t watt the
S in.t-..ting of the new officer before I. dap seour a 5ttalera nl -

saf., but ware m azio6s to 'qlooe 0a'lu olbutsttaditn t1 l ';
The. eoee lee .m ge o t I
The eno oaed is8 an exaft :0py o f the a. te bi o
rendered -Irs. Loveland. eand a4Ysa baainte duti $40.89r as. you 11
asee and I want to bnoff i that Ia oo#0ret. r apo we oan paiiy
Soloae up our abootnt. KABnly an wer by retut: l and approy.
t. he enolooed l, and & I l E? eQ tbt. yvou gel payment .a sooha as
Spossible. I eas In ,hpe yPou mtshbe ablE to Ake rsaestiooa
of the daLipoeituona of ie pie ot- pigs tht i on the Bht grou a
of. no earthly use to a e, and your beaig a. plumber, -thobt YuW
Ni ght be able to use it up. -Mr. Moaier is t-ployea by as to ooek
Sear og interest a t rwas ia. toted b ,7 t. oee p the t :
:of the maen tha t, worked onSk the plano. You will reniaema that
you proalseds a 10 dogOcunt t t bh lilStrt. You al"so -pabd"
the- asae thin g o ouQ hoa se a. .mi, an toald me re nt py .house
nta a conservation Shat whewn r. Jsngiwts paid yeou hits ft1 amount
A4w o- our Miad boue you w za4dxi et Ia to hma .:Pbs.; for th


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I eaaseld t4 ordar spx. the futuree tat yeta poke of
for the Park Liodge boao e -we s ha already seb. ued al.l Attre fa
the Art Stcne 4 and your o ods were very ruh- higher priot. 1,a e
were never rendered a.btll from te Art Co. so could. not have refused
to pay it. b wea should have done at tbe Utim we played thea
ot, was tol tfndoe ad. ha thea billed out to ue.at once,
and paid for t su which we could have dene. easily eouh, byt
you aA .t wa not- noeesary, and we were dqpsatdig a yo.
I have been goiag to th Park over two yeare, and bate never
even as amh a had A panotw t La &tire o I seems mawveloua
to me you ehcuXd have had 6 much toblXe with your .ar.
oerta4nly to .not thin it tt fail to charge it alX up -to the roaA,
S as that roA4 tA w ndexfully abov the average.
I have no doubt but 'what you paid the san exactly what you
bay you did, ti o.ly reason we renderede you an aol0sont. of the
time, wag e so yOu aight. tcapare At with what you had paAd M.aR to
aee if-they had barged for time they did Wet work. when you wbre not
Son the place. Of ooure e have to look owt for our own interest
a*3 wet only thought we were helping. ya look after yours There la
no question bout wocseo word we should takei ou ata 4e us a. groat
maiwy proaees Whic h you ia ve not kept and things have dragged
.terribly. I thiwk your letter is deoldedly unoouriteeou and..
noallsd for ..
S Tour.oontraQt for t.he Lodge vplum.bing was your own stiatng e
not '-urs, as we Imew nothing. about plupmbing, and It youth have spent -
M .ore" onth the 0b %u& boin d Ocalled for, it it no f aul t ouf rs. -
S.- Y.our 4d and the pioe you s aid. you wkoud to it tor waa $553.00,
and 1 off on materials and labor furnished. Ve acbapted yOuX
bid because it was a trtfle below the one from te man in noieataad.
7 explained all ithist to yrU, and we certainly w1ud -not thnk "of
pating you more tha the Cofntot prloe. Wh.n you woer h-s-. y-u
aE1sured m0 you would- salte us money, and I xpaturally uappo*d .thwi
the $51.79, total of bilU you ndrended Aug.Sthe and the s ir89
balance due, as per enclosed' opy, was corret,- as there hatr been
several payments Madr on the bill. I .figued that the 'dfference
Sof the 4553,00 and the *#13.79, iWas the 10s coatastion and the
sa .ving you hbd Pr aibed uL IL oh of course, would be seat factory.
S-.t regret very mouh indeed that we have had so mauh trouble
about this plumbing, I assure you it has been eoidedly- ~9reasa-t
to me to work At suoh a- dista ee t when people have apparently tri.d
I would thank you tor a reply by return mail.
Yours truly,



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NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT


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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
HASTINGS, FLORIDA ovember .17, 1917.







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Dear -.-' *:

I am encl osing herewith petition, asking
that the Chil .ens ome cie ) of Jacksonville, he
brou 'ht to the notice of the Federation, which meets iLn
:.. a on the 'th instant. I brm y ou will receive thi
in the spirit in A ich it is sent. It seems to -me too eat
an ,.: or'. -ity for service to let slip by. EoJ this
should e done, we e leve o the federatio ., noting when
:Qe To tis, i is left iint the hands of Floric.a's m .ost .lo-
rious womanhood.

.Atho ." I am unable tIo be ith & -- at the
coming fel' raion, I ssure you I wjill be ith yon i.n th:i,.7ht
and follow your steps wit:. interest.

Thanking you in ..",--.ce for L. 'hing you ..
see fit to do al ,. tHis line, I beg to .: ,

Very" truly i. --3,


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Vice President at Large: Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami PRESIDENT MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Ft. Pierce P. 0., Eldred
Vice Prdsident First Section: MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville Recording Secretary:
iRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico INNINGS, JacksMRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
VicelPresident Second Section: Secretary to General Federation Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Vice President Third Section: Treasurer:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Vice President Fourth Section: Auditor:
MRS. M. L. STANLEY, Daytona MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City

Nloriba [eIetratin of 3iomen's ( lubn
CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Art: Industrial and Social Conditions: Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna MRS. J. W. McCOLLUM, Gainesville MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Civics: Conservation: Librarian:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Civil Service Reform: Bird Protection: Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Education: Forestry: Endowment Fund:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland MRS. M. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Music: Waterways: Red Cross:
MRS. IVA SPROULE-BAKER, Miami MRS J. D. COUGHLIN, Palatka MISS RUTH RICH, Jacksonville
Public Health: Good Roads: Motion Pictures:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona MRS. C. E. HAWKINS, Brooksville MRS. F. E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Home Economics: Seminole Indians: Transportation:
MRS. W. T. GARY, Ocala MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville
Legislation: Royal Palm State Park:
MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville MRS. E. C. LOVELAND, Homestead
PRESS
MRS. H. S. JENISON, Chairman, State Editor General
Federation Magazine and Business Rep., Jacksonville
State Editor Florida Times-Union: State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. EDWARD O'DONALD, Jacksonville MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Reporter-Star: State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando MRS. MARJORY S. DOUGLAS, Miami
State Editor The Schoolroom: State Editor The Journal:
MRS. GEO. M. WRIGHT, Lakeland MISS MARIE LOUISE CAPPICK, Key West
11-17-17-

Ozona,Fla.

My dear Mrs.Jennings,

I have disposed of your last letter. I am glad I shall room with Dr.

Jewett and will do what I can She must have had a personal interview with

the ladies. -Preh- Perhaps she will change her mind,but I fancy Mhe is "sot".

I will attend to "Helath Notes" and to the letter from Orange Park.

I certainly wish there were a prospect for a santatium there even if it w&_sin

their postoffice!

I am enclosing a report which I am going to ask you to at least

glance over before the meeting,if only on the train. I have marked salient

"points. You know that to women it is a serious thing that our women physicians

cannot be given any government service as physicians for war or any other ser-

vice. That must be changed by a bill through the house and senate Little

Doctor Whipper Snapper of Possum Trot with no qualifications other than a

diploma may be given a commission,but Dr.Morton or Dr.Florence Ward of San

Francisco who are among the most brilliant operators in the world cannot

I have sent for more of these and if they come in time will have them at the

meeting. I have been asked to serve on the Organization Committee,being Chair-





man for Florida.

I may get in to the Suffrage meeting on Tuesday morning,but probably

will not get there before that. I am very busy and must squeeze in a little

time to get up my yearly report.

I wish you every success and a brilliant meeting!

With love,


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Vice President at Large: Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami PRESIDENT MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Vice President First Section: MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville Recording Secretary:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico MRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Vice President Second Section: Secretary to General Federation Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Vice President Third Section: Treasurer:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Vice President Fourth Section: Auditor:
MISS KATHRYN THORPE, Daytona MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City

loriNia ibiipration of omen's Q(lutb


Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. IVA SPROULE-BAKER, Miami
Public Health:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona
Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami


CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. W. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. M. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville
Waterways:
MRS. M. L. STANLEY, Daytona
Good Roads:
MRS. 0. BROWNELL, Jacksonville
PRESS


MRS. H. S. JENISON, Chairman, Jacksonville
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MISS RUTH RICH, Jacksonville
State Editor Reporter-Star:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando


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Seminole Indians:
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
Royal Palm State Park:
MRS. JOHN GIFFORD, Cocoanut Grove
Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Endowment Fund:
OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Miami Metropolis:
MISS GRACE JARRETT, Miami
State Editor Ocala Banner:
MRS. C. H. LLOYD, Ocala



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SECRETARIES
Miss Helen A Davis Executive
Miss Emma Hays Field Secretary
Miss Katharine H Scott Field Secretary
S Miss Edna Sandlin Special Worker
Miss Ernestine Friedmann Special Worker
Miss Vera Schafer Special Worker
Miss Grace Southwick Special Worker
Miss Mildred R Stetson Office Secretary


WAR WORK COUNCIL
of the
NATIONAL BOARD
of
The Young Womens Christian Associations
of the United States of America
600 Lexington Avenue
New York City
Telephone Plaza 6000 -1 2 3
Cable Address Outpost New York
Mrs Robert E Speer President of the National Board
Mrs John French Chairman Executive Committee of the National Board
Miss Mabel Cratty General Secretary of the National Board


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs James S Cushman Chairman
Mrs John R Mott Vice-Chairman
Mrs John Meigs Vice-Chairman
Mrs Henry P Davison Treasurer
Mrs Howard Morse Secretary pro-ter
Miss Elizabeth French Chairman
Junior Council


November 19, 1917




Mlrs. S. Jennings,
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs
Jacksonville, Florida

7;, dear Mrs. Jennings:

Repl; il- to your letter and telegrams of
recent date, we want to thank you for the efforts which you have
made to have us represented on the program of the Convention of
77oments Clubs.

You will realize what it ::ill mean to us to present this
work to such a gathering of representative women just before our
own State Conference Convention at Jacksonville on ITovember 26th.

Vie are wiring Trs. Robert Dickinson of Washing'ton who
has been one of our most successful speakers asking that she represent
the '-'r Council at your club meeting. I hope ve will be fortunate
enough to secure Mrs. Dickinson. She is the wife of Dr. Rolert D.
Dickinson who, you know, is very prominent on the neow Medical Service
FurYe1. in "'- Sinlgton.

I will advise you by wire just as soon as we hear definitely
from her.

I was glad to hear from lij s Hatch when she was up here recently,
that you have taken charge of the publicity of our Jacksonville work.
I feel like the Association is very 1fortu -to to have your active in-
terest.


Sincerely r''..'. s,


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EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
TAMPA, FLORIDA


ROBERT W. BENTLEY
MANAGING EDITOR

Tampa, N1ov. 20, 1917.
OUR OWN BUILDINGS

Mrs. V. S. Jennings,
Hillsboro Hotel, ZCity.

Dear Mrs. Jennings:
I do not know whether or not you sent a copy of your address to the
Times-Union to bepublished in connection with the report of the Federation
meeting I send them tonight. If not, and you have an extra copy with you,
please mail it this morning so that it will get off on the noon train, which
will put it in Jacksonville early tonight.
Regret bothering you, but am sure the T.-U.'will feel slighted if a copy
is available and is not furnished.
Very truly yours,


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.:-vember :1, 1917.

-.ra. W. S. Jennings,
President Florida Fr3.-rat ion
17oman's Clubs,
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Dear "..i 1- : -

Through mistake the typist failed

to enclose one sheet of my report mailed to

I'cu yesterday.

I re rit. this very much A.d trust

that it may yet reach '',u in time to be --...



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Personal November 21, 1917





My dear Madam:

In reply to your telegram of November

19th, the president asks me to say that he

does not regard the use of any good music

as unpatriotic.

Sincerely yours,



Secretary to the President





Mrs. W. S. Jennings,
Tampa, Florida.


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With splendid rr:ace she ski;p .about,
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Her mn'.en;rint gri.n' .wrh rice,
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She hla an ineil'z f I' .

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W rith blu.. n, .i. i :k tr,.- !, blend:
They tell h: t she. '.,o',l.] _f_-r to say:
On her yiu mjy &d-rnil
Her tIFth were mrnal from iv':-r,'-pesrl,
H-r hearr i, e.i, hiut true:
He"- 1 ; ir,' I h'! ,-, r vi',t -rould furl,
Anrd h1 t she si'.' 51.'l 1 do.

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Anj zhl' i l- t,.v -I .- ei co mrn rind,
VThe-n !ie knows you are tried.

Thc r o:,rld she. tries to fill 'ith hliMs; .
S. !- lo 's faithful fr'-.nd.
From her youi ro'er can teal a kiss,
Tllugh yoir smiles on' that depend.
Her time the spends in doing _ood;
Other-' srrri,'s .she will share;
You'll i:nor not #here with her you stood.
Till her bright e:.'c rtll you.where.
SEMMETT G. BLAIR.

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NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS, FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT


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MRS W S JENNINGS

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PLEASE ACCEPT MY HEART EST CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR SUCCESS

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T EL AM
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS., FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT


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RECEIVED AT 604 FRANKLIN STREET, TAMPA, FLA. AWAYS

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FY JACKSONVILLE FLO. NOV 23 1917

MRS W 8 JENNINGS ,

STATE FEDERATION F WOMANS CLUBS TAMPA FLO

CALL TO WASHINGTON RELATIVE B'G LIBRARY CAMPJOHN8ON PREVENTS TRIP TAMPA

EXTEND SINCERE THANKS ALL FLORIDA WOMEN FOR MAKING THIS LIBRARY POSSIBLE

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ROYAL PALM STATE PARK
Is owned by the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs;
CoLJsists of 1920 acres of land:
960 acres ceded by the 1915 legislature;
960 acres donated by Mrs. Henry M. Flagler;
Over 300 acres in Tropical Jungle unlike any other
in the United States;
Growth in the Jungle is, botanically, West Indian;
Including:
Royal Palms over 100 feet in height;
Stately Oaks buried in cascades of silver moss;
Rare Ferns and Orchids;
It is the hope of the women of the Federation to pre-
sere the Jungle in its natural state as far as
possible;
This plan is approved by many scientists of recog-
nized standing who vouch for the scientific value
of the Flora and Fauna of the Park;
The many trails provide a comfortable and pleasant
access to the beauties of the Jungle;
Visitors are requested to register at the Lodge;
Tables and chairs on screened porches are for the use
of the public;
Picnic grounds for those desiring out-door luncheons;
In preserving this wonder spot from the hand of the
vandal, for the benefit of future generations,
your moral support and financial aid are earnest-
ly solicited;
Those.desiring to study in the Park may secure ac-
commodations at the Lodge by applying to
The Warden, Royal Palm State Park,
Homestead, Florida






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-itra;.. presidat :lnd Bo:.rcd u-abor ;-
SA meeting of the Mrin ,ging Committe,-
wat. cOtlled at ;Royrl P.lam St.-te pl.rk,-10-T30 A.M.Skov. ?d.. airi those pres-
ent went over the various ph,.ses of the work with te wvarden.
It was decided bL have the w -rden build p. rtitiuns in ratti of Lodge .t
cost of S.,out 4-35.00 mrki t three bedrooms, ech Ir ge enjouh to contf.in
two beds, ;-ri in c; eamrogncy three could be put in e-.ch room. ahis Wse
deranisa avigble rs Us tere will )robr.ably be & large deman.i for rooas at.eh
year, ..-..i under the present hrr:nganstent of allowing the wr.rden two good
rooms on second floor ..nd .ttic all in one room, the spr.oe for income hr.-
been vTry liaiitea. aue wrk hab Lth Lp.irovtl of t;a St t te '-resident so
well as that of tli3 CJwaittes.
Thf w;r.rdien wr~. .utsh.rized L) secure grr,- 9p.int to give the porch t.
fresh cost, w-.ite enri-il to 1jwint rAttio beds a s scythe with w ich to
auw lodae a-round l, reat .in.,; choice p:.-pr:yas .nAd other nesirrble growth.
He wh. Els intruatea ft by loo00 Lbc;. ao fertilizer for plrnt use, .flo 6
to set in F~resft f'.~siin in open si.oe up sitee Loiege, te seven 1ose
'..jes ji .1 l four Sa.)iitillr tree hae h i i. i pots now, J.JLa eight Surinum
Cinrrwy tree A;.iii ;.re r*eJ.u- to bet.
C'iuuuiA tp c6Y.rl.y .. .A t a lt -; "yr.! pr.l1'..i recently set .rcm. living
nl te w ar..iei, is qauit s, ,re en wili be .-ble to 6et :, tree in every pir ce
svrtbl-.ic.iy, Ithl1 o cQGGc.nt ?f iiJ.nrl Pr.ter f.nd u;ebtroyinc intecta, riia rly
every j..im has E.a t be ra-set; saje severF.l ties since first .'l.nrtinrg.
We f-un-. ti-e ttirae 8o..Aeric;' Holly trees rterotly pir)tated growing
Gisaeiy4 f ta' e liat sujjeaseted by T)r. S&.fforfi- ina o*miereia .lnteed by tie
Bari, tLare .'.,re two, .*iod varrieties .of night bloomiing cerus- ; ttcnea tk
to trees in Leige .rfl-j.; 3 fine j; carrncir trfee iii pits, .io 1i, ) -r)yf 1
p.Ancicnr. treGsa in ,j.jt.. tr. .lai.iFr i.sr. ir.struoted to get Brgnonir lop-
enfeQS, i; v ;.;.iViYSi by r, .: ff.rd, Mhich cra be h.' without ,r.ny c-t, nr.1
pl' n t ;lon ;)ublic ri.iwr.y in hrmaic k proper, 4ieref it- briiht blooma will
pee, out fri'r junSlQ Srowth ;t inte~vr.1s. We still i.ve thethe Pil Cotton
tree, yellow elder,lIotus, wA.ter lillies,%geyntlion p:..pyriws .r(i p.lumbr.,o to
eit toj co4aple liat 1!rA t.s vis b to ,l.rft .) resent.
iU h.ve .ontryots yet 'e F.re2inc rent-lt ?f I d-., baft sr. Brojker a ssare
ua tLitsre will be rbout lo r.crEs lbtled teisG ye..r, 'pr T, '. Ti'yl-or, t
princatoo, wh ) i .-oskaber -f i ur colittLe,.ij-1so pr. 6iint nr the Y.rcie
Co0u;ty p-ed. rL-tiLL slec& th1e ci; O:aes: f'r batLerfliis'rial citaoljg in Mr.
Masier's pJJSesiQI ;and had them ordered r,;t once, hoping wea i.'y hi..ve them
in LiLasI for Utict cGniVttniti-n,a tL. i e etufr.Liinl vjotd. i.t its wi slst iieestian,
in Sipt. 4' purcito.ve L. s .aos wifC tiiuwir fuiniju E nI (.uaCrLt to Lbe p< rnk,
i^o L.xt Lt.e eatibiL 4,alu be seitL to DU.yt.n,-.. ;re.- All-- COlti '"a, of )dy
W-s.t wAi.ia KLna en)juJ t.; rent a qiwajtity jt t.;-friing;. sieee,, a be-taltiful.,
&.Liud p- be- bv. e blbe.i &eLrF. tini tr -. TIsie li-ve bweenr pitfrLted
in pot-s :ni.d ;,e liret.ay AlL 1in)6 iA). tyr: Cle.re is vary noithu i;.r.cic re-
^.,ru-ing tha culture of bees fo. nI incfSe to prk nrid this project being
-he. rily approved %by ojr S~AEXIK~ Ccntnserv: tion cIi irmaA, thii Oum.recoom-
maend.i tfhk.t tihe w.t.rhals be instructed to purchiu fet4,o0 -4-rdwis of beis, t, t
ciL JC MAu. .*"> > cah;- t. r;.;e will bs riugentei&e,: l'ter,w'einr wO

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ECONOMIC AND SYSTEMATIC BOTANY.

Washington, D. 0., Nov. 24, 1917.





MIrs. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Florida.

Dear Mrs. Jennings:

I hope you will pardon my delay in answering your last letter.

I have been very, very busy in preparing my paper on the natural

history of the Park. Mr. Mosier has been very helpful in sending

me specimens of some of the insects, and T;rs. Byrd has added

several species of birds to my list.

I shall write to Mrs. Loveland, as you suggested.

Thank you very much for your kind expressions of appreciation

for what little I have been able to do. I an sincerely interested

and most enthusiastic about your beautiful Park.

Mrs. Safford joins me in kind regards and hopes some day to

be able to visit the Park with me.

Believe me,

Ever faithfully yours,




Economic Botanist.


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MRS. HERMAN MERRELL
ST PETERSBURG. FLA.
Box I0P ''P


My dear Mrs. Jennings
The Federation of Tcomen,s clubs
of P'inellas county wish me to convey to you
their grate ful anoreciation of the service
they feel,was contributed to our cause ,by
your address of last Saturday.
Very sincerely

Cor. Secy. .
P.County
Fed. I.C.


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