Club Booklet - Cary Circle - 1924-1925 - Wellington, Kansas
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Club Booklet - Cary Circle - 1924-1925 - Wellington, Kansas

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Club Booklet for the Wellington, Kansas Community Cary Circle Club for 1924-1925

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Cary Circle - 1924-1925

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Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

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Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

Date

1924-1925

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Sumner County Club Booklet Collection

Wellington History Collection

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application/pdf

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English

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Programs

Yearbook



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Cary Circle - 1924-1925, “Club Booklet - Cary Circle - 1924-1925 - Wellington, Kansas,” Wellington Digital Collections, accessed September 30, 2022, https://wellington.digitalsckls.info/item/24.
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CARY CIRCLE
Wellington, Kansas
1924
1925

CARY CIRCLE
1924—1925 Organized 1895
Member Eighth District and State Federation
Club Motto:
“Work for some good,
Nor idle lie within the human hive.”
Colors—Blue and White
The Year’s Watchword:
“Slumber not in the tents of your fathers, The world is advancing, move with it.”
—Mazinni.
CLUB PERSONNEL
Mrs. Lucy Hinchman Baker
Mrs. Helen Wallace Barbour
Mrs. Maud Harriman Barrett
Mrs. Jennie McManis Bowers
Mrs. Annie Todd Brooke
Mrs. Fannie Miexsell Burks
Mrs. Clara Holiday Cobean
Miss Mattie DeTurk
Mrs. Myrna Saylor Engle
Mrs. Grace Rouse Felt
Mrs. May Deems Ferguson
Mrs. Eugenie Smiley Gambrill
Mrs. May Myers Garland
Mrs. Martha Spurlock Gilyeat
Mrs. Mable Rogers Hackney
Mrs. Tacy Graff Halliday
Mrs. Edna Pratt Hangen
Mrs. Fannie Glasgow Lynch
Mrs. Virginia Townsend Martin
Mrs. Edith Myers Martin
Mrs. Margaret McConnell Mavity
Miss Grace Thayer Matthews
Mrs. Annis Covell Peck
Mrs. Lura Woods Plumb
Mrs. Lena Pfeifer Rush
Mrs. Minnie DeVaney Stayton
Mrs. Kate Mortimer Vincent
Miss Mary O. Ward
Mrs. Gertrude Hitchcock Ward
Mrs. Katherine Chambers Wyatt

Honorary Members
Miss Rachel Buttrey
Miss Maude A. Price
Mrs. Lulu Planz Sellers
OFFICERS
Mrs. Garland................................President
Mrs. Hackney...................First Vice-President
Mrs. Barrett................... Second Vice-President
Mrs. Wyatt........................Recording Secretary
Mrs. Vincent..................Corresponding Secretary
Mrs. Martin ................................Treasurer
Mrs. Cobean....................................Critic
Mrs. Plumb..................................Reporter
Mrs. Gambrill...............................Custodian
Mrs. Engle. ................................Historian
Mrs. Brooke.............................Art Chairman

COMMITTEES

Program
Mrs. Burks Miss Ward Mrs. Ferguson
Music
Mrs. Halliday Mrs. Ward Mrs. Baker
Flower
Mrs. Stayton Mrs. Barbour Mrs. Gilyeat
Civics
Mrs. Edith Martin Miss Matthews Mrs. Sellers Social
Mrs. Bowers Mrs. Rush Mrs. Felt
Mrs. Peck Mrs. Lynch Mrs. Mavity

“Lest We Forget”
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 7
Assembly Day

“Because your generous heart gives out A kindly thought a minute.
You make the world a whole lot better Just by living in it.”

Music
Roll Call—Since Last We Met
President’s Greeting......................Mrs. Garland
Story of the Biennial.....................Mrs. Mavity
Music
Social Hour...........In Charge of Program Committee
Hostess-—Mrs. Burks

OCTOBER 21

Citizenship
'Good citizenship is nine-tenths right living and Americanization is entirely a matter of living America instead of talking America.” —Alice Aimes Winter.

Roll Call—Why I Vote?
Preamble to the Constitution (In concert)
Woman In Politics.............. ..........Mrs. Gilyeat
How the President of the United States Is
Elected Today.... ..................Mrs. Barbour
Our Presidential Candidates and What They
Stand For ..............................Mrs. Rush
Patriotic Music
Hostess—Mrs. Stayton
NOVEMBER 4
Book Review

“And choose an author as you choose a friend.”
—Earl of Roscommon
Roll Call—One Minute Book Review
Willa S. Cather—The Woman and Her Work,
Mrs. Hangen
Book Review—"0 Pioneers”.............Mrs. Ferguson
Report of the Eighth District Federation Music
Hostess—Mrs. Gambrill

NOVEMBER 18
Art—Guests

“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us, or we find it not.” —Emerson
Chintzes and Decorative Fabrics

In charge of Mrs. Brooke, Art Chairman Hostess—Mrs. Ferguson
DECEMBER 2
Art

“A true work of art is but the shadow of the Divine Perfection."
—Michael Angelo

Roll Call—A Favorite Madonna
Five Famous Pictures.....................Mrs. Engle

Famous Art Collections in the United States. Mrs. Baker
Indian Art........................Mrs. Jennie Martin
Sketch—“False Dawn”-—Edith Wharton ... Mrs. Garland
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Bowers

DECEMBER 16 Novels Old and New
“ ‘Tis with our judgment as our watches. None go just alike yet each believes his own,” -—A. Pope
Roll Call—Your Favorite Author
Popular Novel of the ’70s................ Mrs. Plumb
Compare:
Popular Novels of Today..............Mrs. Gambrill
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Felt
“The earth has grown old with its burdens of care But at Christmas it always is young,
The heart of the jewel burns lustrous and fair And its soul of music breaks on the air When the song of the angels is sung.”
—Philips Brooks

DECEMBER 31
Banquet
In Charge of Social Committee

JANUARY 6
Drama
“To me it seems as if when God conceived the world, that was Poetry; He formed it, that was Sculpture; He colored it, and that was Painting; He peopled it with living beings, and that was the grand, divine, eternal Drama.” —Charlotte Cushman

Roll Call—Items of Interest of the American Drama
Makers of the American Drama.............Mrs. Brooke
American Playwrights of Today..............Mrs. Felt
Training the Dramatic Instinct in Children Miss DeTurk
Music
Hostess—Mrs, Halliday
JANUARY 20

Play

“All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players.” —Shakespeare
Roll Call—-Current Events
Play.......................................
Mrs. Hackney
Mrs. Wyatt
Mrs. Lynch

Annual Election of Officers
Hostess—Mrs. Baker

FEBRUARY 3
Bible
“Holy Bible, book divine,
Precious treasure, thou art mine;
Mine to tell me whence I came,
Mine to teach me what I am.”
-—J. Burton
Roll Call—Bible Quotations
Types of Literature as found in the Bible—
Essay................................. Mrs. Cobean
Poetry ...............................Miss Ward
History.........................Mrs. Edith Martin
Love Story......... ..................Mrs. Barbour
Narrative............................... Mrs. Peck
Bible Quiz ..................................................................Mrs. Lynch
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Garland
FEBRUARY 17
Press and Publicity

“Applause! what heart of man is proof against thy sweet seducing charms.” —W. Cowper
Roll Call—Good Article from Late Magazine
What Laws Are Women Working For............Mrs. Felt
Patriotism One Cause of War..................Mrs. Barrett
The Dawes Peace Plan.........................Mrs. Stayton
Federation News.............................. Mrs. Burks
Music
Discussion of Next Year’s Work
Hostess—Mrs. Hangen

MARCH 3
Music--Guests
“ ’Tis music lends a golden hue To life’s tide as it glides along.
Then let us render homage due To music and her sister, song.”
Joint Meeting With the Treble Clef Club
Program in Charge of Music Committee
Hostess-—Mrs. Ward

MARCH 17
Mark Twain

“We view the world with our own eyes, each of us, and we make from within us the world which we see.” —Thackeray
Roll Call—Humorous Quotations from Mark Twain
Story of His Life-—Boy and Man .......Miss Matthews
Mark Twain as Humorist and Glimpses of
His Books................................Mrs. Vincent
Reading—(a) "European Diet”
(b) “A Day In Church”..............Mrs. Wyatt
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Engle
MARCH 31

Spring
“Now nature hangs her mantle green on every blooming tree.
And spreads her sheets o’ daisies white out o’er the grassy lea.
—Robert Burns

Roll Call—A Suitable Flower For the Yard and Where to Plant it
The Bee...................................Mrs. Bowers
Our Native Trees and Their Insect Foes.......Mrs. Engle
Silk: From the Butterfly to Gown _________Mrs. Hangen
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Hackney

APRIL 14
Mexico
“As you are old and reverend you should be wise.’’
—Shakespeare

Roll Call—Historical Fact About Mexico
Ancient Mexico ...........................Mrs. Cobean
Conditions and Modes of the People ..........Mrs. Peck
History of the City of Mexico.............Miss Matthews
Reading from “Ne’er Do Well”..............Mrs. Gilyeat
Music
Hostess—Mrs. Brooke
APRIL 28

Internationalism
“Where liberty dwells, there is my country.”
—Franklin

Roll Call—An Event of International Interest
The New Immigration Requirements..........Mrs. Ward
Carnegie Peace Foundation and Nobel Prizes,
Miss DeTurk
The World Court...........................Mrs. Plumb
Music
Hostess—Miss Matthews

MAY 12
History

“0 world, what pictures and what harmonies are thine!”
—Emerson

Roll Call—Current Events Our Island Dependencies—
Philippine............................Mrs. Rush
Hawaii.............................Mrs. Ferguson
Virgin Islands and Islands in Pacific Ocean,
Mrs. Mavity
Porto Rico............................Mrs. Barrett
United States History Quiz. ..............Mrs. Stayton
Report of State Federation Meeting
Hostess—Mrs. Cobean

MAY 26 Annual Picnic
Committee—Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Hackney, Mrs. Vincent
PAST PRESIDENTS
Mrs. Martha Grace Herrick
Mrs. Cordelia Wood Herrick
Mrs. Margaretta H. Smith
Mrs. Cordelia Wood Herrick
Mrs. Fannie M. Hunter
Mrs. Melissa F. Ready
Mrs. Eva Stearns Hitchcock
Mrs. Minnie Owens Richards
Mrs. Lola Brown Hunter
Mrs. Philena Stearns Campbell
Mrs. Myrna Saylor Engle
Mrs. Gertrude Hitchcock Ward
Mrs. Fannie M. Burks
Mrs. Almira Saylor Robinson
Mrs. Anna Young Garland
Mrs. Helen Wallace Barbour
Mrs. Edna Robbins Herrick
Mrs. Fannie O. Ward
Mrs. Lura Woods Plumb
Mrs. Lura Woods Plumb
Mrs. Ethel Shoup Moodie
Mrs. Annie Todd Brooke
Mrs. Annie Todd Brooke
Mrs. Clara Holliday Cobean
Mrs. Clara Holliday Cobean
Mrs. Minnie DeVaney Stayton
Mrs. Minnie DeVaney Stayton
IN MEMORIAM
Mrs. Melissa F. Ready
Mrs. Almira Saylor Robinson

Original Format

Small bound program booklet approximately 4 1/2" wide X 6 1/2" tall, in printed cover