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First Line: Of clubs so rich and clubs so rare
Last Line: We work for clubs and then for you.
Subject(s): Clubs (associations)

Of Clubs so rich and clubs so rare
There's none so good as Woman's heir
Of Union, State, at home, or far,
The Federated clubs accomplish more.

They urge more courage, a call to service fine,
The joy of work well done; comes a call almost divine
Of art, music, and schools a golden store;
Every work, we always find a place and time for more.

Of Gavels, cups, and emblems fair
Our clubs in Cullman, Ala., have had their share,
But rarest gem that came our way
Was a visit of our loved Mrs. Sipple one day.

Of grace so sweet and charms so rare,
There is no National President who can compare
With Mrs. Sipple's clubs, more worthy, true --
We work for clubs and then for you.

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