Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club - 1941-1942, Wellington, Kansas
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Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club - 1941-1942, Wellington, Kansas

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Wellington, Kansas--History

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Wellington, Kansas--Community Clubs

Description

Club Booklet for the Prentis Study Club of Wellington, Kansas 1941 - 1942, 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

1941-1942

Relation

Sumner County Club Booklet Collection

Wellington History Collection

Format

application/pdf

Language

English

Type

Programs

Yearbook

Coverage

1941 - 1942



Citation
Prentis Study Club, Wellington, Kansas, “Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club - 1941-1942, Wellington, Kansas,” Wellington Digital Collections, accessed September 30, 2022, https://wellington.digitalsckls.info/item/60.
Text

Prentis Study Club
1941 - 1942
WELLINGTON, KANSAS

Prentis Study Club
19 4 1-19 4 2
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...................................Miss Eloise Harper
Vice-President ...........................Mrs. Gertrude C. Swan
Secretary ................................Mrs. Myrtle Whitfield
Treasurer.................................Mrs. Sophie Knowles

COMMITTEES

Program
Miss Noveline Alderson Miss Mattie Sulsar Miss Cora Newbold

Friendly
Mrs. Myrtle Fisher Miss Lucille Stipp

Civic
Mrs. Maude Rothrock Mrs. Lee Peniwell

Social
Mrs. Berthe Van Voorhees Mrs. Le Ota Caldwell Mrs. Alda Fossett
Miss Ida Hoge Miss Lilian O’Brien Mrs. Grace Smith
Miss Georgia Stipp Miss Anne Townsend

Budget
Miss Ida Hoge Mrs. Grace Smith Miss Lilian O’Brien
MEMBERS
Name Phone Roll Call
Alderson, Miss Noveline .........493 ....................Railroads
Caldwell, Mrs. Le Ota............813............Menu Suggestions
Fisher, Mrs. Myrtle..............295 .......................Cinema
Fossett, Mrs. Alda ..............306 ...........Leading Americans
Harper, Miss Eloise..............249 ............Federation News
Hoge, Miss Ida V.................31 .........................Stage
Knowles, Mrs. Sophie.............166 ........................Music
Newbold, Miss Cora...............931W........Science and Invention
O’Brien, Miss Lilian.............1073 ..........Unusual Sayings
Peniwell, Mrs. Lee ..............312J....................Education
Rothrock, Mrs. Maude ............907 ...................New Books
Smith, Mrs. Grace............................................. Art
Stipp, Miss Georgia .............877W ..............Foreign News
Stipp, Miss Lucille .............877W....................Household Hints
Sulsar, Miss Mattie .............249 ........................Radio
Swan, Mrs. Gertrude C............1546 .......................Bible
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
Smith, Mrs. Blanche
COLLECT FOR CLUBWOMEN
“Keep us, oh God, from pettiness; let us be large in thought, in word, in deed..
“Let us be done with fault-finding and leave off self-seeking.
“May we put away all pretense and meet each other face to face, without self pity and without prejudice.
“May we never be hasty in judgment and always generous.”
“Let us take time for all things; make us to grow calm, serene, gentle.
“Teach us to put into action our better impulses, straightforward and unafraid..
“Grant that we may realize it is the little things that create differences, that in the big things of life we are as one.
“And may we strive to touch and to know the great, common human heart of us all, and, oh, Lord God, let us forget not to be kind!”
MARY STEWART
OCTOBER THIRD
Dinner at Mrs. Dowd’s ....................Social Committee
Greetings from the President..............Miss Eloise Harper
Vacation Activities ..........................Club Members
Our Year Books............................Program Committee
Hostess — Miss Eloise Harper

OCTOBER SEVENTEENTH

Roll Call
Great Men of Medicine.........................Mrs. Caldwell
Hostess — Miss Lucille Stipp

OCTOBER THIRTY-FIRST
Roll Call
Nelson Gallery of Art.....................Mrs. Grace Smith
Hostess — Miss Cora Newbold
NOVEMBER FOURTEENTH

Roll Call
Covered Dish Supper.............Planned by Social Committee
Fun for Everyone
Mrs. Knowles
Mrs. Penniwell
Mrs. Rothrock
Hostess — Mrs. Fisher

NOVEMBER TWENTY-EIGHTH

Roll Call
Career Women ............................Miss Georgia Stipp
Hostess — Mrs. Whitfield

DECEMBER TWELFTH
Roll Call
Plastics.................................Miss Lucille Stipp
Hostess — Miss Anne Townsend
JANUARY SECOND
Roll Call
Propaganda...................................Mrs. Whitfield
Hostess — Mrs. Fossett

JANUARY SIXTEENTH
Roll Call
Our Vital Ditch — Panama Canal...........Miss Mattie Sulsar
Hostess — Miss Georgia Stipp

JANUARY THIRTIETH
Roll Call
Golden Jubilee of General Federation
of Women’s Clubs ........Guest Speaker, Mrs. C. W. Hunter
Hostess — Mrs. Knowles
FEBRUARY THIRTEENTH
Roll Call
America’s Great Industry — Aircraft.....Mrs. Van Voorhees
Hostess — Miss Hoge

FEBRUARY TWENTY-SEVENTH
Roll Call
U. S. Becoming World Mecca of Music .........Miss Newbold
Hostess — Miss Sulsar

MARCH THIRTEENTH
Roll Call
Save The Children............................Mrs. Fossett
Exiles at Home in U. S. A....................Miss Alderson
Hostesses — Mrs. Swan, Mrs. Caldwell
MARCH TWENTY-SEVENTH
Roll Call
Review — A Shakespeare Play......................Miss Harper
Hostess — Mrs. Rothrock

APRIL TENTH
Roll Call
The Religions of Democracy
Louis Finkelstein, J. Elliot Ross, William Adams.Miss Hoge
Hostess — Miss O’Brien

APRIL TWENTY-FOURTH
Roll Call
South America — Defense..........................Mrs. Fisher
Hostess — Miss Alderson
MAY EIGHTH
Roll Call
Through The Year In A Flower Garden ..........Miss Townsend
Hostess — Mrs. Van Voorhees

MAY TWENTY-SECOND
Roll Call
This Vitamin Business ...........................Mrs. Swan
Hostess — Mrs. Penniwell

JUNE FIFTH
Roll Call
Book Review ..................................Miss O’Brien
Hobo Picnic
Hostess — Mrs. Smith

Original Format

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