Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club - 1940-1941, Wellington, Kansas
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Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club - 1940-1941, Wellington, Kansas

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Wellington, Kansas--History

Wellington, Kansas--Civic Organizations

Wellington, Kansas--Community Clubs

Description

Club Booklet for the Prentis Study Club of Wellington, Kansas 1940-1941, Organized 1898, Federated With State - District - County

Creator

Prentis Study Club, Wellington, Kansas

Source

Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

Publisher

Wellington Public Library, Wellington, Kansas

Date

1940-1941

Relation

Sumner County Club Booklet Collection

Wellington History Collection

Format

application/pdf

Language

English

Type

Programs

Yearbook

Coverage

1940 - 1941



Citation
Prentis Study Club, Wellington, Kansas, “Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club - 1940-1941, Wellington, Kansas,” Wellington Digital Collections, accessed September 30, 2022, https://wellington.digitalsckls.info/item/59.
Text

Prentis Study Club
1940-1941
WELLINGTON, KANSAS
Prentis Study Club
1940-1941
Organized 1898 Federated With State - District - County
A A
Color: Turquoise Blue Flower: White Carnation
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Motto: “Literature Is Ultimate Truth And Beauty Interpreted.”
OFFICERS
President ................................Mrs. Gertrude C. Swan
Vice-President ...............................Mrs. Alda Fossett
Secretary ....................................Mrs. Grace Smith
Treasurer ....................................Miss Eloise Harper
COMMITTEES
Program
Miss Ida Hoge Miss Lucille Stipp Miss Noveline Alderson
Friendly
Mrs. Le Ota Caldwell Mrs. Maude Rothrock
Civic
Mrs. Sophie Knowles Mrs. Myrtle Whitfield Mrs. Myrtle Fisher
Social
Mrs. Blanche Smith Miss Lilian O’Brien Mrs. Lee Peniwell Miss Cora Newbold Miss Anne Townsend Miss Georgia Stipp Miss Mattie Sulsar
Reporter .....................................Mrs. Alda Fossett
Historian ...........................Mrs. Berthe Van Voorhees
Budget Committee
Mrs. Blanche Smith Mrs. Le Ota Caldwell Miss Ida Hoge
MEMBERS
Name Phone Roll Call
Alderson, Miss Noveline 493 Outstanding Women
Caldwell, Mrs. Le Ota 813 Menu Suggestions
Fisher, Mrs. Myrtle 295 Cinema
Fossett, Mrs. Alda 306 ..Leading Americans
Harper, Miss Eloise 249 .Places In The News
Hoge, Miss Ida V 31 Stage
Knowles, Mrs. Sophie 166 .Music
Newbold, Miss Cora 931W .... Facts About the Bible
O’Brien, Miss Lilian 1073 Unusual Sayings
Peniwell, Mrs. Lee
Rothrock, Mrs. Maude 907 — New Books
Smith, Mrs. Blanche 357 Science and Invention
Smith, Mrs. Grace
Stipp, Miss Georgia 877W ... ...Foreign News
Stipp, Miss Lucille 877W ... ..Household Hints
Sulsar, Miss Mattie --249 Radio
Swan, Mrs. Gertrude C 1546 ...... Federation News
Townsend, Miss Ann 1316J ... Religion
Van Voorhees, Mrs. Berthe .... 122 Editorials
Whitfield, Mrs. Myrtle 1401J ... Political News
HONORARY MEMBERS
Barron, Mrs. Meta, Pratt, Kansas Bolte, Mrs. Mabel, Orange, New Jersey Brown, Mrs. Elia, Portland, Oregon Church, Mrs. Maude, Long Beach, California Clark, Mrs. Ruth, Wichita, Kansas Finney, Mrs. Grace, Arkansas City, Kansas Halliday, Miss Gertrude, Chicago, Illinois Haven, Mrs. Mabel, Long Beach, California Hyndman, Mrs. Grace, Wichita, Kansas Lynch, Mrs. Ethel, Portland, Oregon MacIntyre, Mrs. Kate, Corpus Christi, Texas Porter, Mrs. Edith, Topeka, Kansas,
Renn, Mrs. Della, Houston, Texas Saylor, Mrs. Vivian, Los Angeles, California Shawver, Mrs. Lottie, Lincoln, Nebraska Sutcliff, Miss Juanita, Twin Falls, Idaho Stewart, Mrs. Laura, Kansas City, Missouri. Taylor, Mrs. Laura, San Diego, California Woodcock, Mrs. Maude, Miles City, Montana
IN MEMORIAM
Hitchcock, Mrs. Olive
McKee, Mrs. Lottie
Rothrock, Mrs. Grace
Prentis, Mrs. Noble
Metcalf, Mrs. Mildred
Hackney, Mrs. Clara
Luening. Miss Katharine
Hoge, Miss Josephine
Butts, Mrs. Mary
“In the long vistas of the years to roll,
Let me not see our country’s honor fade.
Oh, let me see our land retain her SOUL;
Her PRIDE, her FREEDOM; and not Freedom’s shade.”
— JOHN KEATS
Greetings from the President Mrs. Swan
Vacation Activities Club Members
Our Year Books ....Program Committee
OCTOBER FOURTH
Hostess — Mrs. Swan
OCTOBER EIGHTEENTH
Roll Call
Parliamentary Usage and Drill Mrs. Rothrock
Hostess — Miss Lucille Stipp
NOVEMBER FIRST
Hostess — Mrs. Whitfield
Roll Call
History and Significance of the Census Mrs. Peniwell
NOVEMBER FIFTEENTH
Hostess — Miss Townsend
NOVEMBER TWENTY-NINTH
Hostess — Miss Newbold
DECEMBER THIRTEENTH
Hostess — Miss Georgia Stipp
Roll Call South American Indians Miss Lucille Stipp
Roll Call Flower Arrangement Mrs. Knowles
Roll Call
Old Masters in a New National Gallery Miss Georgia Stipp
JANUARY THIRD
Hostess — Miss O’Brien
JANUARY SEVENTEENTH
Hostess — Mrs. Fossett
JANUARY THIRTY-FIRST
Hostess — Mrs. Knowles
Roll Call Review — A Modern Play . Mrs. Fisher
Roll Call
The Role of Mental Hygiene in Medical Practice Mrs. Swan
Roll Call - Kansas News — Old and New
Creative Kansans Miss Hoge
FEBRUARY FOURTEENTH
Mrs. Whitfield, Leader
Mrs. Fossett
Mrs. Caldwell
Miss Sulsar
Mrs. Blanche Smith
Hostess — Mrs. Fisher
FEBRUARY TWENTY-EIGHTH
Hostess — Mrs. Rothrock
MARCH FOURTEENTH
Roll Call
Panel Discussion: Free Speech — Our Priceless Heritage
Roll Call
Fixing Up What You Have ................................Miss O’Brien
Roll Call
The Ever Widening Field of Public Education ..........Miss Harper
Hostess — Mrs. Caldwell
MARCH TWENTY-EIGHTH
Roll Call
Book Review ........................................Miss Alderson
Hostesses — Miss Sulsar, Miss Harper
APRIL ELEVENTH
Roll Call
Through the Year in a Flower Garden .............Miss Townsend
Hostess — Miss Alderson
APRIL TWENTY-FIFTH
Roll Call
Educative Value of Museums and Art Galleries......Mrs. Grace Smith
Hostess — Miss Hoge
MAY NINTH
Roll Call
New Trends In Literature .........................Mrs. Van Voorhees
Hostess — Mrs. Peniwell
MAY TWENTY-THIRD
Roll Call
American Music and Its Composers ..................Miss Newbold
Hostesses — Mrs. Van Voorhees, Mrs. Grace Smith
JUNE SIXTH
Roll Call Suggestions For Next Year’s Programs
Covered Dish Supper Planned by Social Committee
Amateur Hour Club Members not on Social Committee
Hostess — Mrs. Blanche Smith

Original Format

Small bound program booklet approximately 5 1/2" wide X 5" tall, in printed cover