with a variety of drinks and refreshing side dishes of jello fruit salad and macaroni salad. For desert we all enjoyed brownies with a raspberry topping and a dap of vanilla ice cream. Judy told of her trip to Washington DC to participate in "The Citizens March on Washington", and expressed her surprise the Press hardly mentioned that over a million people had attended. Many in our group have diverse opinions on the country's political evolution of today, and that's what makes our Country great. In our "World of Buttons" we acknowledge our political past by the various political buttons that have emerged through out our history. As I mentioned in the article on Button Auctions, there were two George Washington Inaugural Buttons that went under the hammer, which has inspired me to reproduce an article in this issue on J. Harold Cobb's George Washington Inaugural Button Collection.
Remainder of our Meetings
SEPTEMBER Your Favorite Beach Button
Hollis Buxton Historical Society Button Work Shop
NOVEMBER Whistle Buttons
DECEMBER Christmas Card Buttons