Mrs. Hurschell G. Urie, state regent, Utah Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and Mrs. Clarence Eyerly, regent of Wasatch Range Chapter, Provo, will attend the Oct. 7-11 NSDAR Centennial Jubilee Conference in Washington, D.C. Activities will include a Vesper Service of Thanksgiving at Constitution Hall, wreaths to be placed in Arlington Cemetery at Spanish-American War Nurses' Monument of Graves of Dr. Anita Newcomb-McGee and Clara Barton, First Day Issue Ceremony of NSDAR Post Card by United States Postal Service and the Centennial Jubilee Anniversary Dinner.

NSDAR was organized on Oct. 11, 1890 as a lineage-based organization whose objectives are historic preservation, promotion of education and patriotic endeavor. Eighteen women attended the first meeting. The DAR today has over 202,000 members in every state in the Union and many foreign countries.For membership information, contact Mrs. Verdi R. White, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Hurshell G. Urie in Ogden and Mrs. Clarence Eyerly in Provo.