Club Booklet - Cary Circle - 1923-1924 - Wellington, Kansas
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Club Booklet - Cary Circle - 1923-1924 - Wellington, Kansas

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Wellington, Kansas--History

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Wellington, Kansas--Community Clubs

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Club Booklet for the Wellington, Kansas Community Cary Circle Club for 1923-1924

Creator

Cary Circle - 1923-1924

Source

Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

Publisher

Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

Date

1923-1924

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Sumner County Club Booklet Collection

Wellington History Collection

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application/pdf

Language

English

Type

Programs

Yearbook



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Cary Circle - 1923-1924 , “Club Booklet - Cary Circle - 1923-1924 - Wellington, Kansas,” Wellington Digital Collections, accessed September 30, 2022, https://wellington.digitalsckls.info/item/23.
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CARY CIRCLE
1923 - 1924
Wellington. Kansas
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CLUB PERSONNEL
Mrs. Helen Wallace Barbour
Mrs. Maude Harriman Barrett
Mrs. Jennie McManis Bowers
Mrs. Annie Todd Brooke
Mrs. Fannie Meixsell Burks
Mrs. Clara Holliday Cobean
Miss Mattie DeTurk
Mrs. Myrna Saylor Engle
Mrs. May Deems Ferguson
Mrs. Eugenie Smiley Gambrill
Mrs. May Myers Garland
Mrs. Martha Spurlock Gilyeat
Mrs. Mabel Rogers Hackney
Mrs. Tacy Graff Halliday
Mrs. Edna Pratt Hangen
Mrs. Fannie Glasgow Lynch
Mrs. Edith Myers Martin
Mrs. Jennie Townsend Martin
Miss Grace Thayer Matthews
Mrs. Annis Covell Peck
Mrs. Lura Woods Plumb
Mrs. Melissa Fetters Ready
Miss Susanne Roberts
Mrs. Almira Saylor Robinson
Mrs. Minnie DeVaney Stayton
Mrs. Kate Mortimer Vincent
Miss Mary O. Ward
Mrs. Gertrude Hitchcock Ward
Mrs. Katherine Chambers Wyatt
Mrs. Mary Etta Jones Werndorf

Honorary Members
Miss Rachel A. Buttrey
Miss Maude A. Price
Mrs. Lulu Planz Sellers
OFFICERS
Mrs. Stayton....................President
Mrs. Garland.........First Vice-President
Mrs. Barrett.........Second Vice-President
Miss Roberts..........Recording Secretary
Mrs. Robinson....Corresponding Secretary
Mrs. C. F. Martin.....Treasurer
Mrs. Plumb.........................Critic
Mrs. Ready.......................Reporter
Mrs. Gambrill.........Custodian
Mrs. Engle......................Historian
Miss Ward.................Art Chairman
COMMITTEES
Program
Mrs. Hackney Mrs. Engle
Mrs. Sellers
Music
Mrs. Halliday Mrs. Werndorf
Mrs. Brooke
Flower
Mrs. Ward Miss Matthews
Mrs. Peck
Civics
Mrs. Cobean Mrs. Gilyeat
Miss DeTurk
Social

Mrs. Barbour Mrs. Hangen
Mrs. Vincent Mrs. Bowers
Mrs. Edith Martin Mrs. Lynch
Mrs. Wyatt

Meetings on Alternate Tuesdays

October to June, 2:30 o’clock

ORDER OF BUSINESS

Call to Order
Roll Call
Program
Intermission
Minutes of Previous Meeting
Reports of Committees
Unfinished Business
New Business
Adjournment

OCTOBER 2
Re-opening Day

Roll Call—Humorous Summer Happenings

The Year's Outlook.........Mrs. Stayton

Music Memory Test—
Conducted by Music Committee

Social Hour—
In charge of Program Committee
Hostess—Mrs. Engle
OCTOBER 16
Cathedrals and Churches
Roll Call—Name a Noted Cathedral Early Roman, Italian and French
Edifices ...............Mrs. Garland
The Cathedrals of England, Scotland
and Ireland..................Mrs. Bowers
Russian, Spanish and Flemish—
Mrs. Gilyeat
American Ecclesiastical Architecture—
Mrs. Engle
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Gambrill
OCTOBER 30
Public Welfare--Guests
Music
Roll Call—County-City Current Events Establishment and Growth of Sumner
and Wellington....Mrs. Edith Martin
Music
Round Table—The Study of Our County and Town..........Mrs. Fannie Lynch
Mrs. Burks, Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Ready Park House
NOVEMBER 13
Bible

Literary Characters of the Bible —
Mrs. Cobean
The Bible In the Public Schools—
Rev. Wallace
Bible Quiz.................Mrs. Stayton
Sacred Music
Hostess—Mrs. Hackney
November 20
Art
Guests
State Federation Exhibit of American Pottery and Color Re-productions of Famous Paintings in Chicago Art Institute in charge of Miss Ward, Art Chairman
DECEMBER 11
Citizenship
Roll Call—What the Woman’s Club Has Done
Obligations of Citizenship..Mrs. Plumb
Book Review—Americanization of
Edward Bok.............Miss Buttrey
Song—America
Hostess—Mrs. Stayton
DECEMBER 31
Annual Banquet
In charge of Social Committee
Hostess—Mrs. Ferguson

JANUARY 8
Conservation
Roll Call—A Way to Conserve Conservation of Our Forests and National Parks..............Mrs. Hangen
How to Protect and Develop Our Water-
Power and Rivers.......Miss DeTurk
America’s Endangered Wild Game
and Fisheries..........Mrs. Gambrill
Land—The Great Resource of the
Nation...................Mrs. Peck
Music

Hostess—Miss Matthews

JANUARY 22
Legislation
Roll Call—A State Law
Our Government...............Mrs. Sellers
Taxes and Where They Go......Mrs. Plumb
Federal Department of Education—
Jennie Martin
Song—Star Spangled Banner Annual Election of Officers
Hostess—Mrs. Barrett
FEBRUARY 5
Kansas Day
Roll Call—Kansas Current Events
Kansas—We Lead............Mrs. Wyatt
Prominent Men and Women of Kansas
and Why.............Miss Matthews
Book Review—“North of 36”—
Mrs. Brooke

Music
Discussion of Next Year’s Work Hostess—Mrs. Hangen

FEBRUARY 19
Colonial
Roll Call—Colonial Items of Interest
Home Life in Virginia.....Mrs. Engle
The Love Story of Washington—
Mrs. Werndorf
Mt. Vernon—Martha Washington’s Housekeeping (Il. with pictures)....................Mrs. Ward
Music—Plantation Songs
The First Inaugural Ball..Mrs. Barrett
Reading—“An Old Virginia Sunday”—
Mrs. Ferguson
Hostess—Mrs. Bowers

MARCH 4
Music-- Guests

Roll Call—A Favorite American Singer American Song Writers and Their Songs—
Miss Roberts and Music Committee
Hostess—Mrs. Burks


MARCH 18

Illiteracy
Roll Call—Timely Topics
History of Illiteracy Crusade—
Mrs. Vincent
Startling Statistics........Mrs. Robinsonj
Material and Methods Used in Redeeming the Illiterate.........Mrs. Barbour
Needed Legislation..........Mrs. Hangen
-Club Women and the Part They Are Playing in the Illiteracy Crusade—
Mrs. Bowers
The Illiterates—Their Plight and Their Potential Force When Redeemed—
Mrs. Burks
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Wyatt

APRIL 1
Contemporary American Fiction
Roll Call—Best Sellers
Representative American Novelists (Men) Mrs. Barrett
Representative American Novelists
(Women).................Mrs. Jennie Martin
The Negro In American Fiction—
Mrs. Gilyeat
The Most Important Novel of the Year and Why—Give Synopsis—
Mrs. Edith Martin, Mrs. Cobean
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Garland
APRIL 15

Contemporary American Poetry
Roll Call—A Living American Poet The Younger American Poets ... Mrs. Ward

Current American Verse.....Mrs. Halliday
Nature In Contemporary American
Poetry.........................Mrs. Peck
Religion In Contemporary American
Poetry.........................Mrs. Lynch
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Brooke
APRIL 29

Contemporary American Drama
Roll Call—An American Playwright The Little Theatre In America— Miss Matthews
The “Last of the Lowries”—
Read by Mrs. Wyatt
The Current Photo-play...Mr. McDowell
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Ward
May 13
Contemporary American Short Story

Roll Call—A Favorite Short Story Writer

O' Henry—The Man and His Work—
Miss DeTurk

Anecdotes of O’Henry
Reading—“The Crucible” ...Mrs. Brooke
Glimpses of O’Henry Land .... Mrs. Gambrill
Reading—A Short Story of O’Henry’s— selected..................Mrs. Garland
Hostess—Mrs. Barbour

MAY 27
Annual Picnic

Committee—Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Hackney, Mrs. Vincent

Bibliography —
Cathedrals and Churches—
National Geographic Magazine
Britannica

Bible—
Human Nature In the Bible—Phelps

Citizenship—
Americanization—Talbot

Conservation—
Conservation of National Resources — In the United States—Van Hise

Legislation—
Public Finance—Bullock -- Our Government—Munroe

Colonial—
American People—Becker
American Nation—Hart

Kansas Day—
Readers’ Guide
Who’s Who

Music—
American Composers—Hughes
History of American Music—Elson
Illiteracy—
Material by Mrs. Cora Stewart
Contemporary American Literature—
1— Fiction—

The Women Who Make Our Novels— Overton
The Men Who Make Our Novels— Gordon

Bookman 1922-23
Literary Review
2— Poetry—

New Voices—Wilkinson
Modern American Poets - Untermeyer
Magazine Verse

3— Drama—

Producing in Little Theaters—Hutton
Carolina—Folk Plays
Scenario Writing Today—Lytton
4— Short Story—O’Henry
Mentor, February 1923
Sidelights on American Literature— Pattee

Original Format

Small bound program booklet approximately 4" wide X 6" tall, in printed cover