This Day in History: 1936-02-14
The Home Department of the Woman’s Club celebrated St. Valentine’s Day with a busy meeting. Mrs. George Ball, a former resident of Mahwah spoke on “Roads to Peace” She stressed the importance of education, religion, business and politics as vital paths to the great main highway of “cooperative security.” Mrs. T. E. Hazelwood then spoke on interior decoration. She gave many concrete examples of the use of fabrics, colors and flowers to usher in the coming spring season. The meeting room was decorated with hearts and heart-shaped cookies were served by the refreshment committee for the day, headed by Mrs. Stephen Biddle.