1944 WGM

Maude T. German Worthy Grand Matron 1944 - 1945
Maude T. German Worthy Grand Matron 1944 – 1945

Fifty-First Session – Scranton – October 1945
Peace Session

Chapters 482
Membership 84,476

Largest Chapter – Delphi, No.65 – 612
Most Initiations – Gridley No.324 – 59

This Session Was Held In October Rather Than June Due To The Ban On Conventions During This Period Of The War.

Many Chapters Continued Activities To Help Returned Service Personnel, Which Included ,Purchasing Folding Wheel Chairs, Earphones Etc. $2,000 Was Donated To The Philadelphia Naval Hospital For Christmas Stockings.

Guests In Eastern Home” 23 In Western Home -20

Donations To Homes Continued – Money, Candy, Flowers, Etc.

59 Cases Were Taken Care Of At A Cost Of $14,080.

W.G.M. Authorized The Funds Contributed For The Blind ($715) To Be Used To Send An Eleven Year Old Boy To The Overbrook School For The Blind.

Cost Of Jewels For Retiring Officers $600.