1937-02-21 Koch, Betty Lou
m 1iT - HERBERT. HERMAN. Dana, and Herman performance are Horn, Frances Eli Schneider, Paul Ginburg, Frank, Sidney Brook, Stanley Magrish, Richard J. Hermann, Joseph Fried-enheim, Fried-enheim, Gerson and Cardell Jackson, James Bowen, j I OPEN HOUSE At Catholic Women's Club Tuesday Tuesday To Present School Children Children In Program. Tuesday's open house program at the Catholic Women's Club promises to uphold the high standard maintained maintained by these entertaining meetings meetings since their inception. The program program which will begin at 2 o'clock will be given by the pupils of the Brown County Ursuline3, Oak and Reading Road, Our Lord Christ the King parochial school, and Regina High School. The first number to be given by the pupils of the School of the Brown Ursuline will e ba tap dance, "Fraidy Cat," given by Betty Dierk-er, Dierk-er, Dierk-er, Elaine Gates, Paggy Hoffman, Joan Reynolds, Betty Lou Koch, Joan Kempf, Helen Attridge; a reading reading by Dorothea Wittekind, and a toe dance by Virginia and Judith Pope. Three numbers given by pupils of Regina High School will include a piano solo by Marion Mul-vaney, Mul-vaney, Mul-vaney, reading by Alma Rickylius, a piano solo by Patricia Crowe. The third grade children of Our Lord Christ the King parochial school, will give a little play. After the these performances tea will , be served in the parlors of the club. Wednesday, Mrs. Bernie Knapp and her group of workers meet to sew for the Dominican Sisters of the Sick Poor. They are busy from 10:30 until i in the afternoon. The Big Sisters meet under the direction of Mrs. Alvina Hackett in the evening at 8 o'clock. . ' The Girl Scouts meet at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Friday, Friday, Miss Corbett's sewing group meet to sew for the Catholic Charities and the Red Cross, from 10 until 4 in the afternoon. Satur day afternoon, Misa Helen Hinkle's Charm Class meets at 2 o clock, and the Little Flower Club at o'clock in the gymnasium with Miss Rose Godar in charge. Miss Helen Hinkle's Shakespeare Shakespeare Class meets at 11 o'clock tomorrow. At 2:30 p. m. Miss Mary Walsh meets with a study group to discuss and ' learn about the vital topics of the day. Miss Katharine Gundling is going away for a fortnight and her dancing classes for the coming week will be canceled, a substitute teacher' will hold the . classes the week of March 1. Chairman of the February musicale ON CITY MR. PRUEFER. Mrs. Rabinowitz and are among the speakers youth movement who on the program of the City Club luncheon Stuart is the newly tor of the City Club ceeding Mrs. C. C. Long capacity. rection-of rection-of rection-of Mrs. Carrie on phases of this subject given by Mrs. Edward Mrs. John Fogg, and Mrs. Dorn. Mrs. Katherine Scearce hostess on this occasion. Miss Minnie Afsprung, will preside at the brief meeting which will precede program. Southgate Literary Southgate Literary Club at the home of Mrs. E. P. on Sixth and Maple Newport, Ky., Saturday. served at 5:3, with the follow. The roll call will be from Longfellow. Two capers have been prepared, Mrs. Charles Kopp, New World." and the vincial Lady In America,"