WWII begins: Twenty-four members serve overseas, but many more members give generously of their time, energy and money on the home front. The U.S. Treasury recognizes the Club's war bond sales of over $500,000.
The House and Garden Group undertakes a "cookbook" project. The first printing sells well enough to provide most of the funding for 3 Clubmobiles for servicemen posted in Alaska and the Aleutians.
As life returns to normal, members remember the days of glorious garden parties and reinstate the traditional Summer Tea.
Postwar renovations and redecoration totaling more than $10,000 enhance the Clubhouse.