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Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 

Saturday 

Sunday 



ACTIVITY 

GROUP 

PLACE 

2.30 

Wartime Brides 

For all War Brides 

Drawing-room 

5.00 

Bowling 

Teen Agers 

Mayfair Lanes 

7.30 

Dramatics 

Teen Agers 

Recreation Room 

7.30 

Orchestra 

Teen Agers 

Drawing Room 

2.30 

♦To Keep Fit 

Married Women 

Recreation Room 

4.30 

Jr. Girls' Y Club 

11-13 Years of Age 

Recreation Room 

6.45 

Bowling 

Adelaide Residents 

Mayfair Lanes 

7.00 

♦Tap Dancing 

Over 15 Years 

Recreation Room 

7.30 

♦To Keep Fit 

Under Twenty Years 

Recreation Room 

7.30 

Glee Club 

Vocal Group 

Drawing-room 

8.00 

First Aid 

St. John Ambulance 

Library 

8.30 

♦To Keep Fit 

Over Twenty Years 

Recreation Room 

2.30 

♦Archery 

Girls' Group 

East House 

7.30 

♦Archery 

Mixed Group 

East House 

8.00 

Board Meeting 

Y.W.C.A. Directors 

Library 

2.00 

♦Handicraft 

Women's Group 

Lounge and Recreation 

7.30 

Young Business Women's 

Council 

Library 

7.30 

♦Handicraft 

Girls' Group 

Lounge and Recreation 

8.00 

Record Club 

Mixed Group 

Drawing-room 

8.45 

Bowling 

Over 20 Club 

Mayfair Lanes 

4.30 

Jr. Boys' Club 

11-13 Years of Age 

Recreation Room 

7.30 

Social Dancing 

Teen Agers 

Recreation Room 

8.30 

Teen Centre 

Mixed Group 

Recreation Room 

1 1.00 

Tap Dancing 

Girls 11-13 Years 

Recreation Room 

8.30 

Over Twenty Club 

Mixed Group 

Recreation Room 

8.45 

After Church Musical 

Open 

Drawing Room 


MISCELLANEOUS GROUPS MEETING AT ADELAIDE HOUSE 


Monday 


Wednesday 


3.00 

3.00 
7.30 

8.00 
8.00 

3.00 
7.30 

8.00 
8.00 
8.00 


Guides Brownies 

Lyceum Club Members Only 

Public Speaking Special Group 

Film Council Special Group 

Business and Professional Women's Club, members only 


Guides 

Guides 

Camera Club 
University Women's Club 
Women Teachers Federation 


Brownies 
Two Companies 
Mixed Group 
Members Only 
Members Only 


Recreation Room 
Drawing Room 
Library 
Library 

Drawing-room 

Recreation Room 

Recreation Room 

Lounge 

Dra wi ng-room 

Drawing-room 


Art Gallery Exhibits are open to the public and featured monthly. 

An out-door fireplace is being planned for future programmes. 

A medical certificate is required for Tap Dancing and Keep-fit class. 

Class Fees: Y.W.C.A. membership plus $1.00 per term for each class marked *. 


A SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES 


YOURS 



MEETING 

2nd - 4th Monday 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Dr. W. S. Millman, lecturer 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

3rd Wednesday 
Weekly 

Twice Monthly 
Weekly 

Twice Monthly 
Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Monthly 


Weekly 
3rd Monday 
Times Arranged 
1st Monday 
3rd Monday 

Weekly 

Weekly 

Weekly 

2nd Wednesday 
1st Wednesday 


TO ENJOY 


THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

OF OSHAWA 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Hon. President Mrs. R - S - McLaughlin 

President Mrs - T - K ‘ Creighton 

1st Vice-President Mrs. C. S. Lee 

2nd Vice-President Mrs. W. S. Millman 

Corresponding Secretary Miss Alice Ross 

Recording Secretary Mrs. H. E. Grose 

Treasurer Mrs. W. F. Taylor 

Mrs. A. F. Annis Mrs. M. Jacula 

Mrs. A. W, Armstrong Miss Viola Lidkea 4 

Miss Marion Felt Miss Vera Moyse <■ ^ 

Miss Phyllis Ferguson _ ^ n 

Mrs. R. L. Gray Mrs. F. McCallum 

Miss Edith Hill Miss Ada Ross 


ADVISORY BOARD 

Miss Maud Bassett Mr. A. E. Lovell 

Mrs. H. C. Bradiey Mr. F. N. McCallum 

Mrs. H. P. Bull Rev. D. M. Rose 

Mr. C. Waite 


Y.W. C. A. STAFF 

Miss Elizabeth Pitt General Secretary 

Miss Grace Richer Programme Secretary 

Mrs. Mary Coombes House Secretary - Dietician 

Miss Lorraine Disney Office Secretary 


FOR INFORMATION 
Telephone Y.W.C.A. 


Osh awa 3468 


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1946 - 1947 




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THERE IS A PROGRAMME FOR EVERYONE to choose 

from. Here you will find a true sense of values expressed 
in good leadership, good fellowship, and good citizen- 
ship as well as the maintenance of a healthy mind 
and body, and an appreciation of the Christian Way of 
life. The ideas and ideals you absorb in your contacts 
at the Y.W.C.A. all tend towards the building of the girl 
of to-day, into the worthwhile woman of to-morrow. 
Exercise, skill games, handicrafts, archery, lectures, danc- 
ing, clubs, art, music and dramatics, etc., give all girls a 
well balanced programme. 

THERE IS A MEMBERSHIP FOR EVERYONE. A Junior 

girls membership up to 18 yrs. of age for 50 cents, 
a regular membership for girls over 18 yrs. of age for 
one dollar, and a registrant membership for boys or 
men in special groups. Membership in the Y.W.C.A. 
means participation in the movement which is carrying on 
in nearly all countries of the world. Its foundations are 
stable and strong, and all members of this international 
organization are playing an increasingly important role 
in this post war world. 



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THERE IS A RESIDENCE for 32 young girls representing 
a varied group in the business world including office girls, 
industrial workers, nurses, teachers, domestics, hairdress- 
ers, waitresses, etc., all making it a democratic family. 
<hey elect their own house council and form house regu- 
lations. Rooms range from $2.50 weekly up,' with special 
rates for boarders. The use of a kitchenette for tea, 
an ironing room, and an attractive common room on 
each floor provide a homey atmosphere. Regular meet- 
ings and informal gatherings add to a congenial friend- 
liness and understanding. Transient rooms are available. 

A PUBLIC CAFETERIA where girls, women and 
men enjoy meals in the sun room overlooking a terraced 
garden, or the Tudor panelled dining room. The outside 
terrace is used in season for eating out-of-doors. A 
dietician plans wholesome and attractive meals, and 
catering is done for groups, weddings, parties, dinners, 
etc., when space is available. A modern kitchen and 
smooth running cafeteria add to the efficiency, service 
and enjoyment of good food. LUNCH 12- 1.30 o'clock 
— DINNER 5.30 - 7 o'clock. 



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