The work of organizing classes in the Y. W. C. A. course will begin at once. Tonight will be devoted to the department of Needlework. Tho three teachers, Misses Roya, Salyer, and Markham, will be at the rooms and will make arrangements with thosewho wish to take up either plain sewing, dressmaking or fancy needlework. On Friday evening classes will be organized in Music and English. Two courses in Enplish are offered ; one in practical language work, including composition, and one in Keading and Elocutkra. Last year's vocal class is an enthusiastic nucleus for a larger clas3 this year. Misses Liebig, Crippen and McMonagle will be giad to talk with any who are interested in these subjects. Saturday afternoon at four o'clock any girls under sixteen who would like to join the Girl's Branch are asked to meet at the rooms, prepared to have a good time, and arrange for many other good times during the winter. The Sunday meeting will be in the interest of Biblo study classes. It is planned to give two courses, one to be an afternoon and one an evening class. Prof. Coler will lead the Sunday meeting. Those who have had the privilege of hearing him give an illustrative Bible lesson will be sure to be present. All womon are invited.