Club Booklet - Cary Circle - Year Book - 1932-1933 - Wellington, Kansas
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Club Booklet - Cary Circle - Year Book - 1932-1933 - Wellington, Kansas

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Wellington, Kansas--History

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Club Booklet for the Wellington, Kansas Community Cary Circle Club for 1932-1933

Creator

Cary Circle - 1932-1933

Source

Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

Publisher

Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

Date

1932-1933

Relation

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 - 1932-1933, “Club Booklet - Cary Circle - Year Book - 1932-1933 - Wellington, Kansas,” Wellington Digital Collections, accessed September 30, 2022, https://wellington.digitalsckls.info/item/29.
Text

Cary Circle
Year Book
1932-1933
WELLINGTON, KANSAS
Cary Circle

1932-1933

ORGANIZED 1895

Member of County, Eighth District and State Federations

Motto: “Work for some good, nor idle lie within the human hive”
Colors: Blue and White
Club Members
Helen Wallace Barbour, Mrs. L. E______ 1096
Jennie McManis Bowers, Mrs. A. E________ 216
Edith Knightly Bridge, Mrs. R. T._____ 717
Annie Todd Brooke, Mrs. F. A._________ 681
Fannie Miexsell Burks, Mrs. W. H._____203
Clara Holliday Cobean, Mrs. H. L......332
Marguerite Waterman Collett,
Mrs. C. H.___________ __________ 1174J
Myrna Saylor Engle, Mrs. Jacob________213
Harriet Deewall Felt, Mrs. Allen C.___785
May Deems Ferguson, Mrs. W. M ________450
Eugenia Smiley Gambrill, Mrs. C. A._____41
Josephine Ryan Gambrill, Mrs. Frank____879
May Myers Garland, Mrs. Chas. J. _____ 265
Martha Spurlock Gilyeat, Mrs. E. F. __ 640W
Mabel Rogers Hackney, Mrs. Ed. T______ 206
Edna Pratt Hangen, Mrs. Chas. ........_ 554
Lillian Keigley Hitchcock, Mrs. R. W__836
Fannie Glasgow Lynch, Mrs. W. F.______970
Edith Myers Martin, Mrs. W. M___________90
Virginia Townsend Martin, Mrs. C. F___1345
Grace Thayer Matthews, Miss_________ 931-J
Laura Phelps McCormick, Mrs. Paul_____ 1335
Annis Covell Peck, Mrs. H. O._________Rural
Lura Woods Plumb, Mrs. H. C. _________ 851
Lena Pfeifer Rush, Mrs. W. H._________ 611
Minnie DeVaney Stayton, Mrs. S. M.____854
Kate Mortimer Vincent, Mrs. H. A._____1014
Mary O. Ward, Miss____________________ 812W
Gertrude Hitchcock Ward, Mrs. G. W. 267
Katherine Chambers Wyatt, Mrs. J. M.__ 199

HONORARY MEMBERS
Miss Rachel Buttrey Miss Maude Price
Mrs. Lulu Planz Sellers Miss Mattie DeTurk Mrs. Lola Brown Hunter
Meetings: Alternate Tuesdays, October to June, 2:30 o’clock

Order of Business

Call to Order
Roll Call
Program
Intermission
Minutes
Reports of Committees
Unfinished Business
New Business
Critics Report
Adjournment

“There are three kinds of people in the world. The Cants, the Wonts and the Wills.

The Cants fail in everything;
The Wonts oppose everything;
The Wills accomplish everything.”
Officers

President_______________________Mrs. Wyatt
First Vice President______Mrs. C. F. Martin
Second Vice President___________Mrs. Sellers
Recording Secretary_____________Mrs. Felt
Corresponding Secretary___Mrs. Edith Martin
Treasurer_______________________Mrs. Bowers
Critic____________________Mrs. F. Gambrill
Reporter________________________Mrs. Gilyeat
Custodian_________________Mrs. Chas. Gambrill
Historian_______________________Mrs. Cobean
Art Chairman____________________Mrs. Ward
Legislative Chairman____________Mrs. Plumb
Motion Picture Chairman_________Mrs. Stayton

Committees

PROGRAM
Mrs. Brooke, Mrs. Collett, Mrs. Hackney
MUSIC
Mrs. Engle, Mrs. Garland, Mrs. Hangen
FLOWERS
Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. McCormick, Mrs. Barbour
CIVIC
Miss Ward, Mrs. Bridge, Mrs. Peck
SOCIAL
Mrs. Burks, Mrs. Rush, Mrs. Hitchcock Miss Matthews, Mrs. Vincent, Mrs. Sellers Mrs. Ferguson
October Fourth

Re-assembly Day

“Friendships are built on an understanding, while enmities are simply a lack of understanding.”
Response to Roll Call_______________
___Items from the Kansas Clubwoman
The Business of Being a Club Woman
________________________Mrs. Wyatt
Debate: Resolved that the Radio is a Menace to the Home. Affirmative: Mrs. Peck, Mrs. Bowers; Negative: Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Hangen.
Music
Hostess, Mrs. Burks
October Eighteenth

Symbols in Art

“All great art is the expression of man’s delight in God’s work.”
Roll Call, a Picture that Impressed Me. Why?
Studies in Pictures______________Mrs. Felt
Handbook of Christian Symbols________
___________________ Mrs. C. F. Martin
Christian Symbols and Stories of Saints
___________________________Mrs. Plum
Music
Art Chairman, Mrs. Ward Hostess, Mrs. Ward
November First

Symbols in Art, Continued

“How empty learning, and how vain is art; only as it mends the life, and guides the heart.”

Roll Call--------------Art Current Events
Music
Christian Archaeology_______Miss Matthews
Floral Symbolism.______________Mrs. Ward
Types of Modern Art_________Mrs. Barbour
Hostess, Mrs. Brooke
November Fifteenth

Art

Guest Day

“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.” — Henry Ward Beecher.

Music
Grace Russell Raymond Music
Presbyterian Church
November Twenty-Ninth

Luxuries in the Dining Room

“The first indication of domestic happiness is the love of home.”
M. DeMontlosis

Roll Call____________________Choice Luxury
Music
White House China________________Mrs. Rush
Story of Metallic Wares______Mrs. Hitchcock
Four Minute Talks: Chinaware and Porcelain.
Spode_______________________Mrs. Burks
Cloisonne_________________ .Mrs. Ward
Limoge China______Mrs. C. F. Gambrill
Dresden____________________ Mrs. Ward
Sevres__________________Mrs. Gilyeat
Juniper_________________Mrs. Garland
Hostess, Mrs. Edith Martin
December Thirteenth

Travel Day

“The world is wide,
But books are like the famous boots,
With seeing eye and lengthy stride,
I view the earth with love and pride,
While sitting by my own fireside.”

Response______________Current Travel Events
Travels of Marco Palo___________Mrs. Lynch
Book Review: Innocence Abroad,
Mark Twain_________Mrs. Edith Martin
Music
Christmas in England____________Mrs. Bridge

Hostess, Mrs. Engle
January Tenth

International Relations

“America, half brother of the world, with something good and bad of every land.”

Response.____________________Current Events
Present International Problems ..Mrs. Plumb Recent Research in Science and Invention ___________________Mrs. Frank Gambrill
Music
Election

Hostess, Mrs. Hackney
January Twenty-Fourth

Peace Problems

“Education is a better safeguard than a standing army.”

Response Noted People of Other Races
United States and Its Race Problems
------------------------Mrs. Cobean
Tuskegee Institute___________Mrs. Wyatt
Geography Quiz_______________Mrs. Engle
Music
Hostess, Mrs. Garland
February Seventh

Drama

Response________________A Favorite Drama
Life of Edmond Rostand__Mrs. McCormick
Cyrano de Bergerac .... Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Vincent, Mrs. Garland, Miss Ward Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Gilyeat, Mrs. Stayton
Music
Hostess, Mrs. Bridge
February Twenty-First

American Archaeology

Response_____________Bring an Indian Relic
Five Minute Talks:
1 Mayans________________Mrs. Barbour
2 Aztecs________________Mrs. Hangen
3 Incas_____________Mrs. C. Gambrill
Book Review: Columbus Came Late,
Gregory Mason...........Mrs. Bridge

Music

Hostess, Mrs. Rush
March Seventh

Better English

Response-----------------Grammatical Rules
How to Improve Your Vocabulary____Mrs. Felt
The Art of Conversation__Mrs. F. Gambrill
Quiz: Percival Prim_________Mrs. Ferguson
Music
Hostess, Mrs. Vincent
March Twenty-First

China

Response_____________Chinese Characteristics
Condition Today________________Mrs. Gilyeat
Five Minute Talks:
1 Its Art___________Mrs. Edith Martin
2 Its Music ________Mrs. McCormick
3 Its Religion______Miss Matthews
“Portrait of a Chinese Lady and Certain
of Her Contemporaries,” by Lady Hosie____________________Mrs. Burks

Music

Hostess, Mrs. Bowers
April Fourth

Garden Week

Response------------------Plant Exchange
Japanese Gardens__________Mrs. C. F. Martin
Cherry Blossom Festival and Other
Holidays________________ Mrs. Vincent
Japanese Art___________________________Mrs. Gilyeat
Japan Today____________________________Mrs. Bowers
Music
Hostess, Mrs. Sellers
April Eighteenth

Better Homes

Response __What Pictures Hang in My Home
Currier and Ives Prints_________Mrs. Peck
Recent Fiction for Boys and Girls _ Mrs. Cobean
Home Poems______________________Mrs. Brooke
Lullabies___________________Mrs. Hitchcock
State Federation Report
Hostess, Mrs. Ferguson
May Second

Music Week

Guests

Charge of Music Committee

Music is the sunlight in the heart— The most uplifting, most divine of art. Carl Scott

Hostess, Mrs. C. Martin
May Sixteenth

Luncheon

Response___________Favorite Lines of Poetry
Emily Dickinson; Her Life and Mind --
-------------------------Mrs. Engle
Selected Poems_________________Mrs. Collett
Gems and Jewels______________Mrs. Hackney

Music

Hostess, Mrs. Hitchcock

Original Format

Small bound program booklet approximately 3 3/4" wide X 5 1/4" tall, in printed cover