Club Booklet - Monday Study Club, September 1934 - May 1935, South Haven, Kansas

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Club Booklet - Monday Study Club, September 1934 - May 1935, South Haven, Kansas

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Club Booklet for The Monday Study Club of South Haven, Kansas Sept 1934 - May 1935, Organized October 1923, Federated 1925

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Monday Study Club, South Haven, Kansas

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Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

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Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

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Sept 1934 - May 1935

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Sumner County Club Booklet Collection

Wellington History Collection

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English

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Programs

Programs

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Sept 1934 - May 1935



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Monday Study Club, South Haven, Kansas, “Club Booklet - Monday Study Club, September 1934 - May 1935, South Haven, Kansas,” Wellington Digital Collections, accessed September 30, 2022, https://wellington.digitalsckls.info/item/56.
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MONDAY STUDY CLUB
South Haven, Kansas
1934-1935
September, 1934 May, 1935
MONDAY STUDY CLUB
South Haven, Kansas
Organized 1923 Federated 1924
Club Colors: Pink and Green.
Club Study: Miscellaneous.
Meetings: Second and Fourth Mondays, 2 P. M.
What Is a Woman’s Club?
A place where kindly thoughts are cherished; Where high ideals are fed and nourished;
Where charity in all its beauty Is held to be a sacred duty.
Where peace and harmony abound,
And members meet on common ground.
Personnel
Mrs. S. F. Aker Mrs. W. J. Zimmerman
Mrs. G. W. Booker Mrs. A. V. Wilkinson
Mrs. J. W. Dennis Mrs. H. B. Walcher
Mrs. Raymond Derr Mrs. Harold Proctor
Mrs. E. B. Foy Mrs. S. E. Pope
Mis. Paul Green Mrs. C. R. Newman
Mrs. D. G. Heeney Mrs. O. M. McProud
Mrs. Neil Heeney Mrs. L. C. McNeil
Mrs. N. E. Heeney Mrs. M. K. McGregor
Mrs. M. C. Heizer Mrs. Hannah Miller
Mrs. E. R. Hellstern Mrs. E. F. Lalicker
Mrs. J. C. Higdon Mrs. Harold Kugler
Mrs. Jay Hilton Mrs. A. M. Knox
Mrs. B. B. Hollingsworth Mrs. K. K. Kilmer
Collect
Great Master, of earth's mighty school,
Whose children are of every land,
Teach us to live the Golden Rule;
And lead us by Thy loving hand.
Show us the way, and what to do.
May we with cheer perform our part, And to ourselves be ever true.
With tender love fill Thou each heart.
This lesson may we learn of Thee,
Dear Father, Teacher Divine.
Closing Prayer
Lord of the Universe, shield us and keep us.
Trusting Thee always, through shadow and sun, Thou hast united us, who shall divide us?
Keep us, oh, keep us, the many in one.
A Litany for Club Women
God, our Creator, our Father and our Friend, from many homes and with many minds we come together this day, bound each to each as daughters of Thy wisdom, Thy love, Thy will.
May day unto day utter speech and night unto night show knowledge.
May the Spirit of the Lord rest upon us, the Spirit of Wisdom and Understanding, the Spirit of Counsel and Right, the Spirit of Knowledge and Fear of the Lord.
Of us may it be said: “In her tongue is the law of kindness. She looketh well to the ways of her household and eateth not the bread of idleness. Her children shall arise up and call her blessed, saying, Many daughters have done excellently, but thou excellest them all'."
Here may mercy and truth meet each other, righteousness and peace kiss each other.
So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto Wisdom.
Here may we stand in the ways and ask, “Where is the good way, that we may walk therein ?”
Behind Thy Wisdom and Thy Counsel lieth Thy Love.
Though we have the gift of prophecy and all knowledge, and though we have all faith so that we could remove mountains, and have not love, we are nothing.
Wilt Thou here light a candle of understanding in our hearts that shall not be put out?
Teach us that we cannot truly pray Thy prayer without a pledge that we will fulfill the human part of bringing to pass Thy Will and Thy Kingdom here on Earth. Amen.
Our Lord’s Prayer. Amen.
Committees
Program: Courtesy:
Mrs. W. J. Zimmerman Mrs. J. W. Dennis Mrs. E. F. Lalicker Mrs. E. B. Foy
Mrs. L. C. McNeil Mrs. H. B. Walcher
Mrs. G. W. Booker Mrs. E. R. Hellstern
Music: Social:
Mrs. Harold Kugler Mrs. S. E. PoPe
Mrs. D. G. Heeney Mrs. N. E. Heeney
Mrs. Harold Proctor
Mrs. S. F. Aker Mrs. Raymond W. Derr
Mrs. Hannah Miller Mrs. B. B. Hollingsworth
Mrs. Jay Hilton Mrs. Neil Heeney
Yearbook: Membership:
Mrs. A. M. Knox Mrs. A. V. Wilkinson
Mrs. C. R. Newman Mrs. M. K. McGregor
Mrs. M. C. Heizer Mrs. Paul Green
Order of Business
Call to Order Reading of Minutes Roll Call
Collect or Club Litany Program Closing Prayer Adjournment
Officers
President........................Mrs. O. M. McProud
Vice-president...................Mrs. A. V. Wilkinson
Secretary........................Mrs. M. K. McGregor
Treasurer............................Mrs. Paul Green
Press and Publicity Chairman.........Mrs. K. K. Kilmer
Historian............................Mrs. J. C. Higdon
Parliamentarian..................Mrs. C. R. Newman
SEPTEMBER 10
Hostess ............................Mrs. Lalicker
Roll Call ...............An Observation of Nature
Greetings ..........................Mrs. McProud
Reception for Teachers
In charge of the following committee: Mrs. Green, program chairman; Mrs. Kilmer, refreshments chairman; Mrs. McGregor, Mrs. Foy, Mrs. Booker.
SEPTEMBER 24
Hostess ........Mrs. N. E. Heeney, Mrs. Neil Heeney
Roll Call .......................Modes of Travel
Transportation
Handled in discussion form by the program committee
OCTOBER 8
Hostess................................Mrs. Walcher
Roil Call...............The Place Where I Was Born
The American Home
Hospitality ...........................Mrs. Heizer
Homemaking and Housekeeping .............Mrs. Pope
The Home Beautiful ....................Mrs. Hellstern
Poem, “Home” ............................Mrs. Foy
OCTOBER 22
Hostess .................................Mrs. Aker
Roll Call...............A College in the United States
Johns Hopkins University...........Mrs. N. E. Heeney
Harvard University ....................Mrs. Dennis
Mount Holyoke ...........................Mrs. Green
Tuskegee Institute ....................Mrs. Walcher
Leland Stanford University ........Mrs. Neil Heeney
Special meeting to be announced In charge of Mrs. Jay Hilton
NOVEMBER 5
Hostess ...............................Mrs. Hellstern
Roll Call................Am I a Good Citizen? Why?
Citizenship
Preamble to the United States Constitution in Unison
The President and his powers .............Mrs. Derr
Congress ..............................Mrs. Higdon
A Challenge to Women .............Mrs. Hollingsworth
NOVEMBER 19
Hostess ...............................Mrs. Hilton
Roll Call ...................A Thanksgiving Thought
A Literary Feast
Oysters, Oyster Fisheries .............Mrs. McGregor
Soup, History of Macaroni .............Mrs. Proctor
Turkey, The Pilgrims' First Thanksgiving .Mrs. Aker
Cranberries, Cranberry Marshes ...........Mrs. Miller
Pumpkin Pie, Whittier’s Poem .....Mrs. N. E. Heeney
DECEMBER 10
Hostess.................................Mrs. Miller
Covered Dish Supper, with Husbands as Guests Program by the music committee Menu and serving by the social committee Read Matthew 25:40, and remember the Veterans' Hospitals
JANUARY 14
Hostess ................................Mrs. Green
Roll Call .....................A Noted Specialist
Medical Science
History of Anesthesia ..................Mrs. Dennis
The Subvisible Rattlesnake .............Mrs. Pope
Machine Medicine ..................Mrs. McGregor
The Sleepy Death .......................Mrs. Kilmer
Little “Do’s and Dont’s” for home folk .Mrs. Hilton
JANUARY 28
Hostess ................... .......Mrs, Booker
Roll Call ..........Prominent People of Other Lands
Debate
“Resolved, that radio is a detriment to the home.” Affirmative, Mrs. Neil Heeney; Negative, Mrs. Hellstern
FEBRUARY 11
Hostess ..............................Mrs. Proctor
Roll Call ...........................Negro Leaders
Africa and “The Image of God Cut in Ebony”
David Livingston .......................Mrs. Knox
The World's Longest Railway System...Mrs. Newman
Scenic Wonders and Diamond Mines ....Mrs, D. G. Heeney The American Negro ..................Mrs. Wilkinson
FEBRUARY 25
Hostess ............................Mrs. McGregor
Roll Call .......................A Natural Wonder
Natural Wonders of the United States
Natural Wonders of the East ...........Mrs. Kilmer
Niagara Falls ..........................Mrs. McNeil
The Grand Canyon and the Petrified Forests.Mrs. Foy
Carlsbad Caverns ......................Mrs. Booker
MARCH 11
Hostess .........................Mrs. D. G. Heeney
Roll Call...........Prominent People of Our Country
Here's Howe ........................Mrs. Walcher
Fiorello LaGuardia .....................Mrs. Green
Henry Roe Cloud ...................Mrs. Hollingsworth
Harry Emerson Fosdick ...................Mrs. Aker
MARCH 25
Hostess ................................Mrs. McProud
Roll Call ..............Easter Customs of Many Lands
Prophecies of the Bible ................Mrs. Lalicker
Prayers of the Bible....................Mrs. McProud
The People of the Parables .............Mrs. Wilkinson
APRIL 8
Hostess .................................Mrs. Dennis
Roll Call .....Describe a beautiful tree you have seen
Trees to Live With .....................Mrs. Proctor
Arbor Day ...............................Mrs. Kugler
The Federal Conservation Corps ........Mrs. D. G. Heeney
Book Review—
‘‘The Valley of the Giants” (Kyne) ..Mrs. Heizer
Vocal Solo, “Trees” (Kilmer) ............ Mrs. Hilton

APRIL 22
Hostess ...............................Mrs. McNeil
Roll Call ................An interesting foreign city
Palestine and Its Explorations.........Mrs. Newman
The Chalice of Antioch ................Mrs. Higdon
Recent Christian Archaelogical Discoveries .Mrs. Derr
MAY 13
Guest Day—Our Mothers
Hostess ...................................Mrs. Kilmer
Roll Call ...Famous Musical Mothers of All Countries
Ellis Island—Musical Revue
Ensemble singing .....“Song of the Kansas Emigrant”
Piano Solo ...............................Mrs. Knox
Ellis Island................................Mrs. Miller
Reading (In Costume)
Ensemble singing ............“Star Spangled Banner”
Program in charge of Music Committee Arrangements by the Social Committee Refreshments by the Program Committee
To the virtues of this book (if any),
Be a little kind;
To the faults (we know they’re many), Please be a little blind.
To please each one we cannot ask; To write this book is quite a task;
We send it forth with quaking heart,
And ask each one to do her part.
— Program Committee

Original Format

Small bound program booklet approximately 3 1/2" wide X 6" tall, in printed cover