Newsletter of the Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends v 01. XLIII JUNE, 1968 No.2 Cape Ma y Changes Yearly Meeting Family Institute The conference in Cape May, N .J ., Yearly Meeting, to be held August This year's Family Institute, an op- under the sponsorship of Friends Gen- 2-7, should be as interesting and a first, portunity for families to get together eral Conference, to be held June 21-28, as last year. It will be somewhat differ- and talk, camp, as well as meet new will be different this year. Rather than ent from the past in that all Yearly Friends, will be held at Camp Catoctin a "come-one-come-all" conference, there Meeting committees will have at least a near Thurmont, Maryland. In this wood- will be a working conference for 500 rep- few minutes to present concerns to the ed setting, the Institute will last from resentatives on the theme "Renewal and sessions. For the past several years each July 1 through July 7. Dorothea Morse Revolution." All Monthly Meetings with- committee has reported only on alternate will coordinate the Institute and arrange in the constituent Yearly Meetings of the years. for discussions on the topic "Nurturing Conference have been asked to appoint a Ministry and Counsel is planning a Spiritual Growth-A Cooperative Ven- representative. It is expected that close meditation period to open the sessions ture of the Home and Meeting." to one hundred of the Central Committee Friday afternoon. That evening Calvin In the mornings, classes will be held members of Friends General Conference Keene will speak on the general theme separately for pre-schoolers, primary will attend. of Quakers in the world of today. age children and juniors. Junior high and Part of the conference program will Saturday, as part of the business ses- and high school students can either help be open to all Friends. There will be two sions, the schools will have an oppor- with these classes or join the adult dis- afternoon lecture series: Oliver Nuse, tunity to present reports, and some of the cussion group. Afternoons will be free Chairman of the Department of Creative organizations (Friends House, etc.) will for family recreation: hiking, reading, Arts at William Penn Charter School in also report. AFSC and other organiza- swimming, etc. Then, in the evening, Philadelphia, will give four lectures on tions will present their concerns at the everyone will return to the group for in- "Social and Religious Expression in Sunday afternoon session. formal singing and talking around the Art", and Henry Cadbury will be giving The Carey Memorial Lecture will be a series on "Biblical Approaches to Reli- campfire. given by Lorton Heusel, General Secre- tary of Friends United Meeting, on Sun- Although there are a few staff cabins gious Thought." available, most of the campers (families) Representatives and va<Jationing day evening. The Yearly Meeting Lec- Friends will also be attending together ture, on Tuesday evening, will be given will be expected to sleep in camp shelters the evening addresses. Speakers will in- by William Hubben, Chairman-designate or in their own tents. Cots and mattresses clude Kenneth Barnes of London Yearly of Friends General Conference. Both of will be provided, but bed linen or sleep- Meeting, James Farmer, William Hub- these Friends have been asked to speak ing bags must be brought by campers. ben, Mary Calderone, and Gilbert White. along the lines of what the organization Meals will be provided. Young Friends are taking responsibility they represent is looking to in the future, The cost, primarily to pay for food, is for a presentation on "Commitment." and what it has to offer to a newly- ,$12.50 for each adult for the entire Meetings of concern groups in the united Yearly Meeting. As usual, Young period, $10.00 for each child 6-12, and afternoon and recreational events in the Friends are planning the program for $8.00 for each child under 6, plus a $5.00 evening will be open to all Friends. Saturday evening. family registration fee. Thus, for a Representatives will be required to The Religious Education Committee family of four, the total cost is from attend worship-sharing and interest and the Junior Yearly Meeting Coordina- $46 to $55 depending on the ages of the gr<1Ups on all the mornings of the con- tor are planning programs for each age children. Applications or further infor- ference except Sunday. Representatives group of children and hope many will mation can be obtained from Doris are being asked to state a preference for come for the entire time. For all or any Brown, 3001 Fairlee Drive, Fairfax, Va., an interest group under three main cate- group wishing it, several sets of film or 22030. gories: The renewal of the religious slides of general interest are being ob- basis of our faith, Friends and their wit- tained. ness today, and Friends and their per- The Registrar and others who have the Alfred Stefferud to sonal relationships. -- plans--to m"ke J:'or ~mfort dllring~ There will be no J unior Conference or the sessions hope each of you will make Senior High School Conference this year plans early and send in your reservation at Cape May. Included among the 500 as soon as possible. Blanks were sent to The appointment of Alfred Stefferud representatives to the working confer- each Monthly Meeting early in J une. as editor of the Friends Journal upon ence will be 35 senior high representa- You should make a reservation, even if retirement next September of Frances tives appointed by the constituent only wanting one meal. Williams Browin was announced at the Yearly Meetings of Friends General A letter from Ellis T. Williams, our annual meeting of Friends Publishing Conference and 70 college-age Young Presiding Clerk, to all Monthly Meeting Corporation. Friends appointed by the Young Friends Clerks reads as follows: "Yearly Meet- Alfred Stefferud, a native of Minnesota Planning Committee. ing time is again approaching with all and a graduate of St. Olaf College, that it has to offer for the renewal of worked for the Associated Press in Des our Society and for personal refreshment Moines, New York, Berlin, and Vienna and relaxation. ...This year especially, before joining the U.S. Department of Pinebrook Institute the first in nearly a century and a half Agriculture in 1945 as editor of its Year- for our united gathering, it is hoped that book of Agriculture, a position he held "U.s. Responses to a World in Revolu- there may be a good representation from tion" will be the focus of the 1968 Pine- until his retirement in 1965. A member of each of our Monthly Meetings. Members Friends Meeting of Washington, h~ brook Institute, sponsored by the Middle who have never attended Yearly Meet- Atlantic Region of the AFSC, to be held has been active in committees of his ing, or who have not attended recently, Monthly and Yearly Meeting and of July 7-14 at the Conference Center in will be warmly welcomed, in particular .',~ the Poconos, near Stroudsburg, Pa. Friends World Committee for Consulta- This week-long summer institute tion and has been on the Board of Man- brings serious concerns to a vacation agers of Friends Journal since 1965. He atmosphere, with age-level programs for H. Yarrow. has written a number of books and maga- children. Further information, including a bro- zine articles. The faculty will include Daniel Ber- chure with registration form, may be Friends Journal was established in rigan, S.J., James E. Bristol. Robert S. gotten from AFSC, Peace Education 1955 as successor to The Friend (founded Browne, William Davidon, Grace Mora Program, 319 East 25th St., Baltimore, in 1827} and the Friends Intelligencer Newman, William Worthy and Clarence Md. 21218. (founded in 1844}. Page 2 THE INTERCHANGE June, 1968 F riends House Seeks The Regents of the University of the N ursing Addition State of New York have granted college status and degree powers to Friends With its 100 units fully rented since early May, Friends House, the Yearly World College, formerly Friends World Meeting's retirement home at Sandy Institute, which for three years has op- Spring, Md., is seeking funds for an erated an experimental intercultural addition to provide nursing care for 60 program at its North American tempo- persons. Promissory notes bearing 5% % interest are being offered to persons in- rary campus, former military barracks terested in helping to finance this part of at Mitchel Gardens, Westbury, N.Y. The the Sandy Spring Friends Center devel- State Education Department commended opment. Paid subscriptions toward the the close relationship of faculty and stu- estimated cost of $400,000 exceeded dents which are in contrast to the im- $100,000 by the end of May. It is hoped that this amount may be more than personality and lack of communication doubled before Yearly Meeting in that have been a frequent source of August. complaint on many campuses. The college William R. Martin, executive director, seeks to develop the whole man, his reports that residents are engaging in a spiritual and social awareness, his sense Sandra Casey y .M. variety of activities and programs which of responsibility to society, and not strengthen a spirit of community and mutual concern. "Town Meetings" to simply his intellectual faculties. The Associate Secretary help new residents get acquainted and to four-year program, with emphasis on discuss house needs and concerns are held studying and attempting to solve world For Summer every two months. Talks by residents, discussions of peace and international problems, strives for relevancy to con- relations, musical events and motion pic- temporary life, and will lead to the B.A. Sandra M. Casey assumed the duties tures generally provide programs three degree. of Associate Secretary for the Yearly evenings each week. Meeting on May 1, and will carry these responsibilities through the Young A group gets together once a week to The action of the Regents stipulated Friends Labor Day Weekend Conference. sew for the American Friends Service certain conditions which must be met Sandra has already visited a number Committee. Another group practices lip- within the next five years, including of our monthly and quarterly meetings reading. A book club meets regularly to and is fast becoming known to Friends hear members review books of interest to library improvements, continuing evalua- them. There is a mid-week morning in the Yearly Meeting. tions of the program, and a required oral Her responsibilities are primarily in Friends meeting for worship and also an examination for graduation candidates. the area of Religious Education, Catoctin evening service of Free Methodists. There have previously been no examina- Quaker Camp and Young Friends. More A minibus makes scheduled trips for tions at the new college. specifically, she is helping with plans for shopping at Sandy Spring, Ashton and the Family Institute, Junior Yearly Wheaton. It is also available for groups Meeting, Young Friends and Hi-Q sum- attending religious services or public The Quaker-sponsored college is unique mer programs and activities, and Boys meetings in the Washington area. The in providing a world education with pro- management also runs a small conven- and Girls Camp at Catoctin. grams currently operating for small Before attending and graduating from ience store handling dairy products, pas- groups in Mexico, Kenya, Ethiopia, Beloit College, Sandra worked at the try, cosmetics, drugs and gifts. A com- Sweden and India, as well as in the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, partici- mercial beauty parlor operates on the United States. The total enrollment is pated in an international work camp in premises every Thursday. 100 with an additional 50 students ac- Germany, studied several languages in cepted for next September. New classes A hobby and crafts room provides Europe, and did some Youth Hostel varied opportunities for creative activity. of 50 each will be admitted each Feb- mountaineering in Switzerland. Pictures painted by resident artists ruary and September. Friends World Sandra's interest is in cultural geog- College is also unique in attempting to adorn some of the lounges. The public raphy, in which she will be doing grad- library periodically sends in consign- develop world attitudes and in preparing uate work starting in the Fall. Her students to become agents of construc- ments of current books to supplement the husband, Jim, is studying anthropology. collection being built up and classified tive social change. Each student is ex- pected to spend a semester in each of the by a house library committee. Many resi- foreign centers, returning to his home dents, with advice and guidance from center for a final term. The first African Education Elizabeth Haviland, have enjoyed gar- student was accepted in February at the dening in the patio spaces outside each center in Nairobi and, after a few apartment. months of orientation in Africa, has Commi ttee N ews Friends House has become a joined the group of students currently viable reality, fulfilling the aspirations moving from Africa to India. The new Education Committee is of its founders in ministering to the seeking ways it can be of significant needs of elderly persons able to take care service to members of the Yearly Meet- of themselves. Early construction of the ing. According to its job description the proposed nursing addition will complete committee is to, among other things: (1) the service the Yearly Meeting has set Second All- Virginia encourage and help all Friends to secure out to provide for the aged. the education they need and desire, and Friends Conference (2) make available information on scholarship aid of all sorts. The Com- The second annual conference for all mittee is in the process of collecting data The Interchange Friends in Virginia is scheduled to be to meet these needs. It hopes to make it held September 14-15 in the Harrison- available for reference later this year. Published in February, June and October burg-Staunton area. Monthly Meeting clerks have been by the Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Information will be sent to all monthly asked to supply information on available Religious Society of Friends, at Balti- meeting clerks in Virginia, and it is scholarship aid and need, but the re- more, Maryland, and sent free to all hoped that this will be shared with sponse has been disappointing. members. others, particularly isolated Friends. If anyone has any suggestions for the Editor Present plans call for a consideration committee, knows of available scholar- THEODOREH. MATTHEISS of one of the traditional concerns of ship funds for higher education, special 5116 N. Charles St. Friends, such as poverty or the treatment needs students, or boarding school stu- Baltimore, Md. 21210 of offenders. The conference will consist dents, etc., please communicate with the Material for publication and other com- of work-study sessions, led by a major Committee. munications may be sent to the above ad- resource person in the field. Alice S. Koenig, Chairman dress. June,1968 THE INTERCHANGE Page 3 Peace Committee News How Many Stamps Earlier this year the Peace Committee sent to the Clerk of each Monthly Meet- For an Ambulance? ing a copy of "The Friends Peace Testi- mony-A Challenge of Our Time," with The national triennial conferences of a letter emphasizing the desire for com- the United Society of Friends Women ments on the ideas expressed. This state- and Quaker men will be held July 13-17 ment was issued by the Friends Coordi- at William Penn College, Oskaloosa, nating Committee on Peace and was Iowa. Programs for children of all ages modified slightly by the Friends World are planned, and a high school conference Council. It is expected that this or a will be held at nearby Central College. modified statement will be presented at Friends Women agreed that this year's Yearly Meeting in August for discussion conference project would be raising and possible endorsement and adoption. money for a new X-ray machine for We would appreciate hearing your views Friends Hospital in Kaimosi, Kenya. This would replace old equipment, that frequently breaks down, and eliminate The Peace Committee would like to the inconvenience and disappointment of know in what ways Monthly Meetings patients and staff, and the waiting- and individual Friends have implemented sometimes for weeks or months-for the Minute of Concern from the Yearly repairs. Meeting, Aug. 7, 1967. Have we given But as these plans were underway, "more vigorous expression to our tradi- tional opposition to all war?" If any word was received that the hospital am- For those who have been attempting bulance had broken down and was beyond Meeting wo,uld like to have a counselor to keep abreast of the progress of our repair. Faced with this crisis, Friends or speaker on the draft, conscientious students under t1ie auspices of the Com- objection, or related topics, your Peace Women decided to collect trading stamps; mittee to Aid African Quaker Students, any kind, any color, and exchange them Committee is ready, willing, and able to we hope to present a detailed summary for a new Landrover full-size ambulance ! provide this service. at the conclusion of the project. The collection of over 2,000 books of By the time you read this, the Mont- The picture of our present students stamps seems a herculean task, but the gomery County (Md.) chapter of the taken during Quarterly Meeting at York, women are confident it can be done- Pennsylvania, in 1967 appears above: with the cooperation of Quaker families Civil Liberties Union, in conjunction with the Maryland CLU, will have filed a Gaylord Avedi is on the right and across the country. Complaint in the U .S. District Court for Aggrey Otiende on the left. When possi- We know that some Friends and their the District of Maryland on behalf of ble, both men have participated in vari- trading stamps are already committed to the Yearly Meeting. The Complaint ous Monthly and Quarterly Meetings to on-going good causes, but this for the names the Secretary of State, Secretary mutual benefit. It is the concensus of ambulance is a one-time, special appeal. of the Treasury, and the Director of the those who have met with them that they Baltimore Yearly Meeting will be repre- Office of Foreign Assets Control as De- have much of benefit to offer. sented at the conferences in Oskaloosa by fendants and asks the Court to direct Gaylord Avedi was able to avail him- a few Friends, but we invite all of you them to allow the Yearly Meeting to send self of financial support from the Insti- to have a part in making the dream of medical aid to all parts of Vietnam. tute of International Education which a new X-ray and a new ambulance be- supplemented our aid to both students. come a reality. So many important items of immense Gaylord is scheduled to graduate in June, Will someone in your Meeting collect interest and concern to Friends are be- at which time the Yearly Meeting's money and stamp books (or loose stamps) fore our lawmakers these days that it is obligation to him will have been met. He and send to Lois S. Vaught, 100 Fox imperative that each of us subscribe to is planning to return to Kenya and teach. Drive, Winchester, Va. 22601? the Friends Committee on National Leg- Thus he will be fulfilling the prime ob- islation Newsletter. We believe it is one jective and aim of Friends here and in of the soundest investments which can Kenya by enabling him, and others like be made. For information write to FCNL, him, to further the advancement of Edu- Summer Youth Camp 245 2nd Street, N.E., Washington, D.C. cation in Kenya. 20002. Applications are now being accepted Aggrey Otiende will enter his junior for this summer's Camp Catoctin youth Victor Kaufman, Chairman year at Morgan State College this Fall, session. Camp will run from August 11 and we will follow his progress with in- to August 31, and the fee will remain at terest. Upon Aggrey's graduation, two $30.00 per week. ably from now, years betermlnated:- this project will prob- -- -~he f6116..Ying -eh~gesj-.instituted---thi£- year, are part of our effort to develop These young men, as is true of others a more challenging camping and educa- Young F fiends with whom the Committee has worked, tional experience: (1) Tho.ugh applica- are not lazy and grasping. As was tions for one and two week sessions will pointed out in The Interchange, October be welcomed, campers are being encour- Offered Assistance 1967, "-we have expected these students aged to attend for the full three weeks. to take care of their personal expenses This enables us to devise programs aimed with money derived from part-time and at the steady development of skills and The Advancement and Outreach Com- summer jobs. The Committee pays for accumulation of knowledge. (2) The up- mittee is concernedwith the development tuition, board and lodging, and during per age of campers is being extended of potential leadership within the Yearly the school year the students are expected through 14 years. This means that we to live on campus. Such aid as we offer will accept applications from prospective Meeting. is not conducive to a life of ease-but it campers nine through 14 years old. (3) One means they see of accomplishing is not expected to be. It is a mutual Swimming and nature instruction are sharing of assistance and opportunity." this is through the use of the talents of being upgraded. (4) The number of paid We are planning to send an appeal- professional staff is being sharply in- Young Friends to their fullest. for-funds letter to the Yearly Meeting creased. The Committee would like to assist membership in October; meanwhile your As in the past our primary objective continued support is needed. Please send Young Friends by helping them finan- your contributions or pledge at anytime. is to provide an exciting, healthy, and cially to attend conferences, etc. wholesome living experience where Checks should be made payable to the Quaker principles are learned through Any Young Friend interested in secur- Baltimore Yearly Meeting of Friends, close dependence upon one another under ing such assistance is encouraged to ear-marked for African Quaker Student the guidance of skillful, sensitive adults. Fund, and directed to William J. Evans, Application forms and brochures may write to Sherwood W. Doughman, 6 Rose- Treasurer, 3813 Juniper Road, Baltimore, be obtained from your local Meeting or wood Drive, Harrisburg, Pa. 17109, for Md.21218. from Marjorie Scott, 108 Wyndhurst further details. Charles G. Grey, Chairman Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 21210. Page 4 THE INTERCHANGE June, 1968 Calendar of Events Economic Development Deer Creek June 16-Centre Quarterly Meet- During the Lenten season we joined ing, Dunnings Creek in Western Kenya: with other churches in the neighborhood June 21-28-Cape May Conference which met weekly at various homes to July 1-7-Family Institute A N ew Idea discuss the current problems and at- July 13- Virginia Quarterly Meet- titudes of young people and parents to- ing, Roanoke-Blacksburg David H. Scull of Langley Hill Meet- ward present day situations. July 13-17-National Conferences of ing has just returned from a visit to The Missionary Committee has as a United Society of Kenya full of enthusiasm for a new ap- project the rolling of bandages which Friends Women, Quaker proach to the problem of helping the de- will be sent to the hospital in Kenya. Men, and Friends Youth VVe have been deeply saddened by the veloping nations become more productive; sudden passing of Johns VV.Hopkins on August 2-7- Yearly Meeting, West- partnership with small business and in- January lOth, a lifelong and valued minster, Md. dustry, as a means of encouraging initia- August 1l-31-Summer Youth Camp tive and mobilizing resources. member of our Meeting. August 18-Potomac Quarterly Meet- Goose Creek ing, Goose Creek Western Province, where East Africa Friends joined the eight other churches Yearly Meeting is centered, is still in the Purcellville-Lincoln, Virginia August 25-Warrington Quarterly largely a subsistence agricultu-re area. area in holding ecumenical services each Meeting, Warrington There are small business men who need Friday evening during Lent, beginning September 7-Nottingham Quarterly help to expand; there are urgent needs with the VVorld Day of Prayer service Meeting, Calvert, Md. in fields related to agriculture-for in the Grace Annex Methodist Church September 8-Baltimore Quarterly example, better distribution of fertilizer, (Negro) on a very snowy night. For Meeting ( FGC and and improved facilities for repairing each succeeding service the host congre- FUM) , Sandy Spring farm machinery; and there are young gation conducted the service in accord Sept. 14-15-All-Virginia Friends men who show promise of becoming with its own customary procedures, but Conference managers and businessmen who need with a speaker from another church. September 22-Warrington Annual economic opportunity to help them stay VVhen the service was held in the Goose Meeting close to home, rather than having to go Creek Meeting House the first half was October 12-Yearly Meeting picnic off to Nairobi or Mombasa to find chal- an unprogrammed meeting for worship, at Catoctin Quaker lenging work. with the Roman Catholic pastor bringing Camp The program has two elements: invest- a message in the latter half. On another October 20-Centre Quarterly Meet- evening Arnold B. Vaught was the ment, in loans or in shares or partner- ing, West Branch speaker of the service in the Assembly ship interests, participating with Afri- of God, following a rousing song service. cans; and management advice and assist- The series closed on Good Friday with a Washington ance, with expenses contributed except The state of the meeting has been of for whatever nominal amount a small liturgical service of worship ill St. Peter's Episcopal Church in which the particular concern to us this spring. One beginning enterprise can afford to pay. preacher was the pastor of Grace Annex question which arises more and more It is this closely related combination of frequently, and not always in a spirit of the two services that is new: up to now Methodist. frivolity, is this: Is there a Florida only very large factories and commercial On the Thursday evening during Holy firms have been helped by our foreign VVeek Arnold Vaught served as the Avenue Meeting? There are Langley Hill and Bethesda Preparative Meetings ; aid programs because the small ones preacher for the First Baptist Church what, then, is the body meeting down- could not absorb the costs of investiga- of VVatson, Virginia, a Negro congrega- town ? The preparatives have their tion, training, and technical services. tion. Oxford monthly business meetings and frequent- If the World Resources Committee of Meeting for worship will be held at ly join in the covered-dish supper and the Friends World Committee decides to 11 ;00 a.m. in the Brick Meeting House at business meeting at Florida Avenue. On sponsor this approach, there will be many Calvert, Md., on the fourth Sunday in these occasions it is not unusual for the opportunities for Friends to help : July and August. metaphysical consideration stated above through investment, through contribu- Paul and Esther Goulding, of Friends to be present, implicitly and sometimes tions, and through personal service by General Conference, will be present on explicitly. those who have business and industrial July 28th. As in every society, the younger and experience to share. David, who is Friends are cordially invited to wor- more enterprising members have left the Chairman of the International Affairs ship with us in this historic, restored parent body to form new colonies. Far Committee of the FWCC American Sec- Meeting House. from ignoring their origin, they return tion and a member of the new World Hopewell and Centre often to bring their concerns for ap- Resources Committee headed by J oseph The Monthly Meeting has approved proval and action. Now that Friends Haughton of Dublin, Ireland, will be the affiliation of its two constituent House is a reality, many of our valued available at Yearly Meeting time to dis- Meetings, Centre and Hopewell, with older members have departed, with the cuss this program in greater detail with the now-forming VVinchester-Frederick natural consequence that their primary interested Friends. Participation in this County Council of Churches. Each Meet- inter-est is transferred to the nearest program would not be limited to Friends ing has appointed three Friends to the Meeting. This constitutes a further drain either here or in Kenya, but it would be assembly of the council, and S. Roger on our spiritual resources. There are too a very logical extension of the pioneering Koontz was appointed Friend's repre- few steady Friends to deal effectively work Friends have been doing in that sentative to the Board of Directors, with with a recent trend, of the meetings for country since 1902. George L. Sheetz as alternate. worship being dominated by seekers who There has been some increase in ac- persist in expressing their personal con- tivity at Centre during the past four fusion or their private concerns in a man- months. An evening meeting was held ner that does not make for a gathered F riendshi p T our January 19 to which the public was in- meeting. We are hard pressed to remem- vited to view a color movie, "The Lord's ber that these expressions have meaning For many years Jerome Davis, now Prayer." On the evening of February 26 for those who utter them, and that a resident at Friends House, has conducted a recorded lecture was heard and dis- Meeting which is barren for some can be tours to Europe and Russia of Friend- cussed. of help to others. ship and Peace groups. The regular Monthly Meeting, held at An indication of the ferment working Centre on April 14, was preceded by a in the Meeting is that we have again This year's tour will be for one month, pot-luck supper and showing of some experimented with turning some of the July 15-August 15, and will extend to color slides taken at the VVorld Confer- front benches to face the others. The re- Russia and the satellite countries. Dr. ence by our representative, Robert E. action has been mixed. At all events, it Davis says that they will be seeing gov- Pidgeon. This was an excellent means by can be truly said that we are not in a ernment officials and even going into which to bring a little of the Conference rut, nor are we mired in complacency. people's homes. Departure will be from back to the Monthly Meeting and, need- New York on July 15, return to New less to say, the pictures were very much United Council of Church Women in York on August 15, at a total cost of enjoyed and appreciated by everyone their participation in community con- $1,490. present. cerns and have assisted the local health For information, write Jerome Davis, Members of both Hopewell and Centre department one day each week in May Friends House, 17401 Norwood Road, Meetings continue to work with the with their T .B. clinic. Sandy Spring, Md. 20860.