Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club, Wellington, Kansas - 1945-1946
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Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club, Wellington, Kansas - 1945-1946

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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 1945-1946, 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

1945-1946

Relation

Sumner County Club Booklet Collection

Wellington History Collection

Format

application/pdf

Language

English

Type

Programs

Yearbook

Coverage

1945 - 1946



Citation
Prentis Study Club, Wellington, Kansas, “Club Booklet - Prentis Study Club, Wellington, Kansas - 1945-1946,” Wellington Digital Collections, accessed September 30, 2022, https://wellington.digitalsckls.info/item/63.
Text

Wellington, Kansas
1945 - 1946
PRENTIS STUDY CLUB

PRENTIS
STUDY CLUB
1945 - 1946
ORGANIZED 1898
Federated
State — District - County *
Color: Turquoise Blue *
Flower: White Carnation *
Motto: “Literature is Ultimate Truth and Beauty Interpreted.
OFFICERS
PRENTIS CLUB
President_____________Mrs. Grace K. Smith
Vice-President___________Miss Georgia Stipp
Secretary ____________Miss Anne Townsend
Treasurer _________Mrs. Berthe VanVoorhees
NATIONAL
President_______________Mrs. Lucy J. Dickinson

STATE
President ___________________Mrs. P. A. Petitt

FIFTH DISTRICT
President_____________________Mrs. W. R. Masters
Vice-President ____________ Mrs. J. R. Tanksley
Recording Secretary-----------Mrs. Geo. E. King
Treasurer ____________________Mrs. Allan Felt
Corresponding Secretary_______Mrs. John Elliott
COMMITTEES

PROGRAM
Mrs. Myrtle Whitfield Miss Ida Hoge
Mrs. Alda Fossett

SOCIAL
Mrs. Sophie Knowles Mrs. Myrtle Fisher
Miss Cora Newbold Mrs. LeOta Caldwell Miss Ida Hoge Mrs. Maude Rothrock
Mrs. Gertrude Swan

BUDGET
Miss Lucille Stipp Miss Eloise Harper
Miss Lilian O’Brien

CIVIC
Mrs. Maude Rothrock Mrs. Lee B. Penniwell

HISTORY
Mrs. Berthe VanVoorhees

PUBLICITY
Miss Georgia Stipp

FRIENDLY
Miss Eloise Harper Miss Lilian OBrien
Miss Anne Townsend
MEMBERS

Roll Call Topics
Alderson, Miss Noveline _______________Medicine
Caldwell, LeOta (Mrs. J. C.) ______Kansas News
Fisher, Myrtle (Mrs. C. A.) _______Foreign News
Fossett, Alda (Mrs. W. L.) ____Leading Americans
Harper, Miss Eloise_______Science and Invention
Hoge, Miss Ida ___________________________Stage
Knowles, Sophie (Mrs. Oscar C.) ------------Art
Newbold, Miss Cora ____________Unusual Sayings
O’Brien. Miss Lilian _________________Education
Penniwell, Lee (Mrs. John) ------------Religion
Rothrock, Maude (Mrs. R. W.)---------Editorials
Smith, Grace (Mrs. Sidney A.) —Federation News
Stipp, Miss Georgia_______________________Bible
Stipp, Miss Lucille _______________New Books
Sulsar, Miss Mattie ______________________Radio
Swan, Gertrude (Mrs. L. L.)____________Proverbs
Townsend, Miss Anne ___________Household Hints
VanVoorhees, Berthe (Mrs. K. S.) --Bible
Whitfield, Myrtle (Mrs. C. E.) ____Political News
HONORARY MEMBERS

Barron, Mrs. Meta__________Hollywood, California
Bolte, Mrs. Mabel__________Orange, New Jersey
Brown, Mrs. Elia______________Portland, Oregon
Clark, Mrs. Ruth ______________Wichita, Kansas
Church, Mrs. Maude Long Beach, California
Finney, Mrs. Grace_________Arkansas City, Kansas
Halliday, Miss Gertrude_________Chicago, Illinois
Havens, Mrs. Mabel_________Long Beach, California
Hyndman, Mrs. Grace____________Wichita, Kansas
Taylor, Mrs. Laura_________San Diego, California
MacIntyre, Mrs. Kate_______Corpus Christi, Texas
Porter, Mrs. Edith_____________Wichita, Kansas
Renn, Mrs. Delia----------------Houston, Texas
Saylor, Mrs. Vivian--------Los Angeles, California
Shawver, Mrs. Lottie__________Lincoln, Nebraska
Sutcliff. Miss Juanita _______Twin Falls, Idaho
Stewart, Mrs. Laura-----------Lincoln, Nebraska
Woodcock, Mrs. Maude ____________Drury, Kansas
Memoriam

HITCHCOCK, MRS. OLIVE
McKEE, MRS. LOTTIE
ROTHROCK, MRS. GRACE
PRENTIS, MRS. CARRIE
METCALF, MRS. MILDRED
HACKNEY, MRS. CLARA
LUENING, MISS KATHARINE
HOGE, MISS JOSEPHINE
BUTTS, MRS. MARY
SMITH, MRS. BLANCHE
LYNCH, MRS. ETHEL
"Tis a simple seashell, one Out of which the pearl has gone.
The shell is nothing, leave it there;
The pearl—the soul—was all, is here."
—Selected
ORDER OF BUSINESS
Roll Call Program
Report of Secretary Business Social Hour
Adjournment
PROGRAMS
Theme for the Year BUILDING FOR DEMOCRACY
*
OCTOBER FIFTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call ____________________Vacation Fun
Our Theme ________________Mrs. Grace Smith
Collect for Clubwomen Presentation of Year Books
___________________Mrs. Myrtle Whitfield
Hostess _______________Mrs. Myrtle Whitfield
*
OCTOBER NINETEENTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
Book Review — “Road to Serfdom” by F. A. Hayek
______________________Grace K. Smith
Hostess __________________Mrs. Alda Fossett
NOVEMBER SECOND — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
“The Greatest Foe of Democracy Can Be Our Own
Thoughts”__________Mrs. Myrtle Whitfield
Hostess ___________________Miss Lucille Stipp
*
NOVEMBER SIXTEENTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
“Promotion of Peace thru Cartels”-
___________________Mrs. Maude Rothrock
Hostess________________________Miss Ida Hoge
*
NOVEMBER THIRTIETH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
United States Trusteeship of the Pacific Islands
______________________Miss Eloise Harper
Hostess ________________Miss Noveline Alderson
*
DECEMBER FOURTEENTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
Modern Medicine in War_____Miss Lucille Stipp
Hostess ___________________Miss Cora Newbold
JANUARY FOURTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
Historic Homes of America —Mrs. Sophie Knowles
Hostess ____________________Mrs. Grace Smith

*
JANUARY EIGHTEENTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
Round Table: “Will the Charter Drafted by the United Nations Conference Stop Aggression and Build a Peaceful World?”
____________Miss Georgia Stipp (chairman)
_______________________Mrs. Myrtle Fisher
_________________Mrs. Berthe VanVoorhees
_____________________Miss Lilian O’Brien
Hostess_____________________Mrs. Myrtle Fisher

*
FEBRUARY FIRST — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
Book Review ___________________Miss Ida Hoge
Hostess __________________Mrs. Lee Penniwell

*
FEBRUARY FIFTEENTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
“New Ideas for Post War Homes”
_____________________Mrs. Gertrude Swan
Hostesses ---- Misses Eloise Harper and Mattie Sulsar
MARCH FIRST — 8 p.m.

Roll Call
“Palestine: Its History and Relation to World
Affairs” ___________Mrs. Lee Penniwell
Hostess _____________Mrs. Berthe VanVoorhees

*

MARCH FIFTEENTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call Guest Speaker
Social Hour ________________Social Committee
Hostess__________________Miss Georgia Stipp

*

MARCH TWENTY-NINTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
“Future of Alaska”_______Miss Anne Townsend
Hostess__________________Mrs. Maude Rothrock

*

APRIL TWELFTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
“Race Problems in Our Country”
____________________Miss Cora Newbold
Hostess _________________Miss Anne Townsend
APRIL TWENTY-SIXTH — 8 p.m.

Covered Dish Dinner_______Social Committee
"Program of Fun” _________Miss Mattie Sulsar
-----------------Miss Noveline Alderson
Hostess __________________Mrs. Gertrude Swan

*
MAY TENTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call Playette
Mrs. Alda Fossett and Miss Lilian O’Brien Hostess-------------------Mrs. Sophie Knowles

*
MAY TWENTY-FOURTH — 8 p.m.
Roll Call
"Quiz Over Work of the Year”
-----------------------Miss Georgia Stipp
Hostess __________________Miss Lilian O’Brien

*
JUNE SEVENTH — 8 ajn.
Breakfast at Melody Bowl ..Members and Families












Original Format

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