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WOMAN'S REALM. Girl Guide Display. Phases of work familiar to all girl guides but about which the public does not know a great deal were demonstrated on Saturday at Clare mont Park when guide companies in the Fremantle to Nedlands divi sion staged a comprehensive display. The salute was taken by the Chief Guide (lady Mitchell) who was an interested spectator during the af ternoon. Lady Mitchell was welcomed by the divisional commissioner (Mrs A. C. N. Olden) and the State com missioner (Mrs Lee Steere) was also present. After the march past of all com panies in the division, there were exhibitions of tent pitching, march ing, drill and athletics, first aid, folk dancing, games, and signalling, the afternoon finishing with camp fire songs in which all companies joined. Camp fire cooking was also demonstrated and there was a mini at?'e after-raid centre. Various stalls were filled with examples of the work of the guides, including felt flowers, stuffed toys and dolls. The programme was carried through with precision and musical items were supplied by the VDC Band. What Women Are Doing. UGth Light AA Begiment. The first meeting of the 116th Light AA Regiment Welfare Fund. which was formed recently, will be held at Bacton House (next Lovlnson and Sonsa HRa? street. tonight at 8t o'clock. Relatives and friends of members of this unit are invited to atted. There will also be a card afternoon at Boans tomorrow at 2 Pm. 14th Battery and /7th Field Regiment. The Christmas party for the children of members of the 13th. 14th and 57th Batteries. 2/7th Field Regiment. will be held net Saturday at 2.30 pm in King's Park Children are to bring their own upa Further information can be ob tained by rinsing the secretary, Mrs Herbert (U2416). Merchant Seamen's Comfort Fund. The city branch of the Merchant Sea men's Comfort Pund which meets at the Grand Theatre buildings, will go into recess between December 17 and Febru ary 1& Fete at North Beach. The North Beach branch of the Red Cross Society will hold an all-day sale of toys, vegetables, cakes, etc, at Mrs Mul ler's hall on Thursday. Lunch and after noon tea will be available. There will be a dance at 8 o'clock. Victoria Par RSL Auxiliary. On Sunday members of the Victoria Park RSL Auxiliary took afternoon tea and a Christmas gift for each of the soldier patients at the Edward Millen Home. Mr Hancock's Concert Party provided entertainment. British Sailors' Society. The monthly meeting of the women's guild of the British Sailors' Society will be held on Thursday in the Sailors' In stitute. Fremantle, at 2 pm.