Society, Club, and Church Activities--1930

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Society, Club, and Church Activities--1930 - Tuesday Morning, May 6, 1939 THE PALM BEACH...
Tuesday Morning, May 6, 1939 THE PALM BEACH POST Page Five The Qealm of Society0, Club and Church G4ctivitiesJ MEMBERS OF SOUTHBORO JUNIOR-HIGH PARENT-TEACHERS SPONSOR BRIDGE X The auditorium of the Southboro Junior High School was the scene last night of a delightful benefit bridge party given by members of rise Southboro Junior High .Parent-Teacher Association. The auditor ium was artistically decorated with van-colored garden flowers. Prizes were presented to holders of highest scores at each table and two special awards were mude. An ice course with punch was served during the evening by the refreshment committee of which Mrs. R. T. Merrill was chairman, with Mrs. J. Wayen Smith and Mrs. J. P. Cochrane, assisting. Mrs. Roy Beery was chairman, of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Roy Gussman; Mrs. Howard W. Selby was chairman of prizes; Mrs. Ralph M. Hart, tables and napkins; Mrs. C. W. Nipson and Mrs. J. F. Gallagher, tables; Mrs. C. H. Allen and Mrs. Roy Hull, decorations; Mrs. E. H. Bowen, sale of cakes and candy; and Mrs. Gilbert Ray Sparks, publicity. Present were Mrs. Chas. E. Taylor, Miss Viola Kundtz, Mrs. C. Osborne, Mrs. G. Harrison Miller, Mrs. J. E. McDonald, jr., Mrs. R. L. Wykoff, Mrs. Helena Malphurs, Miss Olive D. Daunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Krape, Mrs. B. B. Van Hou-ten, Mrs. A. L. Robertson, Mrs. R. P. Sim, Mrs. D. C. Parr, Mrs. J. L. Moore, Mrs. Raymond Hickey, Mrs. Geo. F. Reed, Miss Mary A. Reed, Mrs. L. A. Barto, Mrs. E. S. Smith, Mrs. J. Warren Smith, Mrs. J. F. Gallagher, Mrs. Roy Beery, Mrs. Chas. W. Nipson, Mrs. R. T. Merrill, ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gussman, Mr. and Mrs. Judson L. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. Taylor Adams, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ray Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Anderson, Mrs. Ralph M. Walden, Mrs. J. W. Loadholtes, Mrs. Robert W, Martin, Mrs. Michael Fischer, Mrs. F. Peter Herman, Mrs. Emma Herman, Mrs. P. N. Hiatt, Mrs. H. J. O'Neill, Mrs. F. H. McLellan, Mrs. W. L. Fleischer, Mrs. Burt Bollinger, Miss Mary Louise Bollinger, Mrs. Howard Selby, Mrs. Rollini Church, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith, Mrs. Ralph Smith, Mrs. Grover C. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Mizell, Mr. H. R. Hitchcock, Miss Irene McGlynn and Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Bowers. QUEEN AND MAIDS CROWNED AT PIRATES' BALL Woman's Club Holds Business Meeting At the regular business meeting :J the Woman's Club, held at the Club house, Monday afternoon, it .was ueciuea to nold the annual meeting and lunchpon at the club house on Monday, May 19, instead of on May 2(i as was planned. The annual meeting will be held at 11 5'clock, when the reports-of the officers will ')i heard, the luncheon will be held at 1 o'clock, during which time the installation of officers will take place. Mrs. James L. Turnage was appointed toastmist-ress and Mrs. M. J. Dewey, chairman of the American Homes committee, wa3 appointed chairman of the luncheon, assisted by Mrs. A. Aden. Reservation for the luncheon nay be made by calling Mis. O. J. Ford, 2-2790. The club 'oted to send the incoming president, Mrs. W. R. Bowler, to the National convention of the Federation of Woman's Clubs, in Denver, Colo., June 5 to 14. Attending were Mrs. R. E. Oliver, Mrs. Howard W. Selby, Mrs. James Asher, Mrs. PatHe Day Miller, Mrs.' VV. J. von Behren. Mrs. W. A. Dutch, Mrs. Susan Welch McKee, Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs. A. P. Sadler, Mrs. W. E. Bowler, Mrs. O. J. Ford, Mrs. Joe L. Earman, Mrs. Charles H. Wentworth, Mrs. George C. Barco, Mrs. J. F. Kirk ton. Fathers Nght of Palmetto P.-T. A. Father's Night will be observed by members of the Palmetto Parent-Teacher Association at the Palmetto school Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Following a short business meeting, the students at the school will present an interesting program, which will include a health play and recitations. Games and contests will be enjoyed during the social hour which will follow the program, and refresh ments will be served. Mrs. J. Ed win Baker will be in charge of the refreshments. A meeting of the executive board of the Palmetto P.-T. A. will be held at the school Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Fidelis Matrons Class Meeting Place Changed The class party of the Fidelis patrons' class of the First Baptist ' church, which was to have been held Friday afteronon at 3 o'clock V, at the home of Mrs. Silley, has been changed to the home of Mrs. T. R. Allen, 612 P street, same date and time. An interesting program has been arranged for the party by "Irs. W. D. Jackson, assisted by Mrs, ' Bruce McKee. All members are invited to attend. ON MERIT ALONE We Invite Yon to ASK FOK OLR Eread - Rolls - Pastry Fresh Dally At Leading Grocers PI H-M( IIKK IKIHI K III) Circle 10 Meeting The all-day meeting of Circle 10 of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodist church, which was to have been held today at the home of Mrs. George Kapper. has been postponed on account of the regular literary and business meeting of the Missionary society VBBmmxmSSXESSXBnssmsr at the church, at 3 o'clock Mrs. E. T. Runyon Entertains at Bridge Mrs. E. T. Runyon was hostess at a bridge tea at her home 1009 1-2 Florida avenue, Monday afternoon. The house was decorated with bou- gninvillea and hibiscus. Punch was served during the bridge games and an ice course was served late in the afternoon. High score awards were presented to Mrs. C. C. Clapp, Mrs. Nellie Leary Murphy, Mrs. J. A. Wilder, and consolation to Mrs. Frank Roberts. Other guests of Mrs. Runyon were Mrs. W. E. Stetzel, Miss Elizabeth Young, Miss Margaret Long, Mrs. E. Westbv, Mrs. William Barnes, Mrs. R. J. Blandford, Mrs. A. A. Robinson and Miss Chrystal Clapp. Mrs. Miles to Speak On Wildflowers Mrs. C. A. Miles of Tampa, an authority on wildflowers, who will be the guest Wednesday and Thursday of Mrs. Alfred Kay of the Palm Beach Garden Club, will give a lecture on Wildflowers at the Woman's Club, Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. The Conservation department of the Woman's Club and the Founders circle of the West Palm Kcach Garden Club are sponsoring the lecture jointly. The lecture will be free and all lovers of flowers are invited to attend. ' ' Northboro P.-T. A . Officers Are Installed The newly elected officers of the Northboro Parent-Teacher Association were installed at a meeting held at the Northboro School, Monday afternoon. Mrs. E. Glover Johnston presided at the meeting and was in charge of the installation. The new officers are Mrs. F. P. Cook, president; Mrs. W. C. Denny, first vice-president; Mrs. Margaret Bulerdick, second vice-president; Mrs. J. D. Ferrell, third vice-president; Mrs. J. M. Harrison, secretary; Mrs. H. H. Palmer, treasurer and Mrs. Jewell Mayo, historian. Reports were made by the committee chairman, an especially interesting one being by the historian, Mrs. W. C. Denny. It was decided to hold the summer round up on Wednesday from 2 to 4 o'clock with Mrs. E. Glover Johnston, chairman, assisted by other members of the association. Mrs. G. C. Brockway and Mrs. W. C. Denny were appointed publicity chairman. A debate "The Train is of more commercial value than the automobile" wa3 presented by Ruby Clarke and Melva Connell, affirmative and Evelyn Calloway and John Crow, negative. Dorothy Scotten was the chairman of the debate. The debaters are members' of Mrs. Jewell Mayo's class. The Judges were Mrs. Denny, Mrs. Robert Er-skine and Mrs. H. H. Palmer. The affirmative side won. Miss Mary Jane Montfort, of Miami, was crowned Queen of the Pirates, leading social organization of the University of Florida, at the brilliant Pirates' ball at the Hotel Thomas Friday night, April 25. The three maids" chosen were Misses Gervals Prentis of Qulncy, Theresa Mlntz of Tampa and Elizabeth Finn of Miami. Each of the four beautiful young ladies are members of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. r ELIZABETH UNNRG SIP On e 1 ."law CD Vice Sale TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ANOTHER LOT OF Regular (Jj $18.50 dresses for $9.2S each Do not miss this opportunity to get something that you need. ?-s n pa 1 JtL J ELIZABETH MANNING SIP 311 CLEMATIS ST. flOTEL (5JVERNOR (Linton Opposite I'enn, l(. H. station New York's new liotcl truly 'expressive of the greatest dty. 1200, pleasant rooms each vith Servidor,' bath, circulating ice water and radio provisions." R4UM1M from S3.0 E. G. Kil l.. Central Mgr. 31? STREET AVENUE f The Week in Prospect Tuesday, Sixth , Annual business meeting and luncheon of junior department of Woman's Club at Palm Beach Winter Club, 1 o'clock. Reservations must be made with Mrs. Williamson, Phone 6748, by Monday night. Annual luncheon of Temple Israel Sisterhood at Gabrielle's, Palm Beach, 1 o'clock. For reservations call Mrs. Pastroff, 9570. Animal Rescue League at home of Mrs. E. Tinsley Halter, 511 Thirty-second street, 3 o'clock.. W. M. U. of Northwood Baptist Church at the church, 3;30 o'clock. Monthly program meeting. Executive board of Southboro P.-T. A. at the school, 3 o'clock. Executive board of Woman's Auxiliary of Memorial Presbyterian Church at Pioneer Park Pavilion, 3 o'clock. Regular literary and social meeting of Woman's Missionary Society of First Methodist Church at the church, 3 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society of First Presbyterian Church at the church, 3 o'clock. Mrs. W. A. Smith, hostess. Social meeting of B. and P. W. Club at Palm Beach Winter Club, 7:30 o'clock. For reservations call Miss Ruth Shockley, 4600. Psychology and Health Club at Lake Court apartments, 8 o'clock. Regular meeting of Palm Beach chapter, No. 41, O. E. S. at Masonic Temple, 8 o'clock, followed by social meeting complimenting mothers of members. Palm Beach High School orchestra and glee club presents program in observance of National Music Week at City Park, under direction of Miss Elizabeth Spaugh, 8 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society of First Christian church holds regular program meeting at church parlors, Georgia avenue, at 3 o'clock. Regular monthly program meeting of Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church, at the church, 3 o'clock. Wednesday, Seventh Benefit bridge and five hundred party sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary for benefit of ninth month of High School and Crippled Children's Home, at Elks Club, 2:30 o'clock. Benefit bridge of Greater Palm Beach Woman's Athletic Club at home of Mrs. George Shearman, Lake Trail and Seabreeze avenue, Palm Beach, 2:30 o'clock. For reservations call Mrs. Merrill, 5670. Rector's Aid of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church at home of Mrs. John Birdsall, 2425 South Poinsettia avenue, 2:30 o'clock. Guild of the Nazarene at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 3 o'clock. Regular meeting Southboro Parent-Teacher Association at the school, 3 o'clock. Yearly reports. Installation of officers. Musical tea of Music Study Club at home of Mrs. Lillian B. Loomis, 616 South Poinsettia avenue, 4 to 6 o'clock. Bridge party for Shriners and their lady friends given by board of governors of the Palm Beach Shrine Club at the club house, Park avenue, Palm Beach, 8 o'clock sharp. Admission by 1930 Shrine cards. Unity Lessons in Truth, 8 o'clock. Concert bf Musicians' Benefit Association orchestra under direction of Henri Godio in observance of National Music Week in the City Park, 8 o'clock. Recital of pupils of Robert Frederick Freund at Holy Trinity parish house, 8:30 o'clock. Public invited. Fathers Night meeting of Palmetto Parent-Teacher Association at the school, 7:30 o'clock. Meeting of executive board of association at the school, 2 o'clock. Joint meeting of Missionary Aid, Young Matron's Guild and Friendship Class of Church of Christ of Christian Church at the church, 2:30 o'clock. Teletha Club meets at 8 o'clock at home of Miss Ruby Edna Pierce with' Miss Pierce and Mrs. Edith Walker hostesses. Lecture on Wildflowers by Mrs. C. A. Miles of Tampa, sponsored by the Conservation departmments of the Founders Circle of the West Palm Beach Garden Club and the Woman's Club at the Woman's club, 8 oclock. Public invited. Thursday, Eighth Neighborhood meeting of all parishes along East Coast at All Saints Church, Fort Lauderdale, 10:30 o'clock. Music Festival at High School Auditorium, 8:30 o'clock. L'Allie.nce Francaise at Lake Court apartments, 8:30 o'clock. Benefit bunco party sponsored by Mrs. E. P. Savage at Royal Dan-elli Hotel, 8 o'clock. All Pythian Sisters and friends invited. Friday, Ninth Luncheon meeting of West Palm Beach League of Women Voters at Palm Beach Winter Club, 12:30 o'clock. For reservations call Mrs. Holsclaw, 2-2010 or Mrs. Hartmann, 2-3931. Shakespeare Club at Memorial Library, 3 o'clock. Card party sponsored by Senior Young Peoples Service League at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church parish house, 8 o'clock. Public invited. Concert at City Park by Musicians Union under direction of Caesar LaMonaca, in observance of National Music Week, 8 o'clock, Annual dance revue of Heliker Studios at High School auditorium, 8 o'clock. Class party of Fidelis Matrons of First Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. T. R. Allen, 612 P street, 3 o'clock. Mother and daughter banquet of members of Church of Christ or Christian Church, at the church, 6:30 o'clock. For reservations call 4579 or 2-2312. Saturday, Tenth Rummage sale sponsored by West Palm Beach League of Women Voters at 520 Clematis street, all day. Rummage may be left during week with Mrs. Pattie Day Miller, 5908 Garden avenue, Mrs. Alvin Good, 1114 South Olive avenue or Mrs. Wentworth, Monterey Hotel. SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN Sun-Tan, Sea-Air and Sunshine spell Palm Beach perfection. In New York enjoy the perfection of the Governor Clinton. "STABILIZE THE SKIRT" New York, This sudden chang ing of women's styles has got under the skin of the Women's Club of Forest Hills, and that organization has issued a resolution urging other women's clubs to devise a method whereby a few women without business affiliations would set in with fashion designers and lend their views to fashion decrees. The recent change from short to long skirts brought on this resolution. By SISTKR MARY NfcA Service Writer Perhaps there is no dessert that a ears in as many variations as the nationally loved shortcake. To many persons a shortcake means just one thing a deliciously rich and flaky baking powder biscuit dough filled and covert- with syrupy fresh fruit and served with rich plain cream. But nowadays there are numerous foundations besides the old-fashioned biscuit dough. Waffles, sponge cake, gr.i-ham crackers and even bread an butter are used in some version of a shortcake. Although shortcake is almost ' variably associated in our minds with strawberries, all the fruits 1 their seasons arc temptingly goo.: made into ' shortcakes. The ''-u.i must !be perfectly ripe and wvi. sugared and there should be plenH of it. The full flavor of fruits can be enjoyed in a shortcake, for the fruit is used fiesh and sweetened without cooking. If the fruit is finely cut and covered with sugar and allowed to stand in a warm place for 30 to 60 minutes, tlv juice is extracted and the fruit y sweetened thoroughly. Old-i'usliiiineii Strawberry Shortcake One quart strawberries, 3-4 cup granulated sugar, 1 cup flour, " teaspoons baking powder, 1-4 teaspoon salt, 3 tablespoons butter, 1. 3 cup milk or water. Wash and hull berries and cut in quarters. Sprinkle with sugar anu i let stand while mixing and baking shortcake. Mix and sift flour, ball-i ing powder and salt. Cut in shor'-, ening with knives or rub in with ; tips of fingers.. Cut in liquid to ; make soft dough. Divide dough ir j halves and roll lightly on a floured molding board to fit baking pan. i Place in pan which has been oilcii ! and floured. Spread generously with soft butter and add remaining dough which has been rolled : to fit lower section. Bake in a hot j oven 400 degrees F. for about 1'5 , minutes. When ready to serv;, 1 split sections apart. Spread lower ; section with butter and cover wi:l.; a thick layer of berries and juice, j Cover with top and add more berries. This may be topped with sweetened whipped cream and garnished with perfect whole berries. Serve with plain cream. Instead of making one largo shortcake, the dough can be cut in rounds to make individual caker,. These are split and served like the large one. William Thomas Ingram Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Incram. of 52!) Twenty-ninth street, announce the birth of a son, William Thomas, at Good Samaritan hospital on May 3. Personal Mention Dr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Haskins of Miami, were week-end guests of the Rev. and Mrs. William John Minges at their home, Peruvian avenue, Palm Beach. Annual Luncheon of Junior Woman's Club The annual business meeting and luncheon of the junior department of the Woman's Club will be held at the Palm Beach Winter Club today at 1 o'clock, with Mrs. W. A. Fagan, president, presiding. The annual reports of the officers will be given. Those making reservations are Mrs. William Stephenson, Mrs. B. F. Worrell, Mrs. Kenyon Riddle, Mrs. D. F. Goodell, Mrs. J. K. Williamson, Mrs. J. Stockton Bryan, Mrs. W. A. Fagan, Mrs. Claude D. Reese, Mrs. Margaret Gosman, Mrs. Joe L. Earman, Mrs. W. R. Bowler, Mrs. R. E. Oliver, Mrs. Joseph Far-rish, Mrs. Hansell Hall, Mrs. B. F. Paty, Mrs. John Powell, Mrs. Charles Trevail, Mrs. Pan C. Smith, Miss Peggy Flannagan, Mrs. Trevor Bowler, Mrs. William T. Reynolds, Mrs. H. P. Vannah, Mrs. Fred Farwell, Mrs. Whitney B. Himes, Mrs. Edwin Baker, Mrs. Joe S. Earman, Mrs. Kenneth Lewis, Mrs. Lloyd Netto, Mrs. Charles Warwick, jr., Mrs. A. B. Rittenour, Mrs. Jack Salisbury, Mrs. Dale Zent, Mrs. George Walz, Mrs. James L. Turnage, Mrs. Paschal C. Reese, Mrs. John F. Binkley. Chapter J, P. E.O. Holds Business Meeting Mrs. P. N. Hiatt presided at the regular business meeting of Chapter J, P. E. O. at the home of Mrs. J. D. DeBerry, 2015 South Oliv avenue, Monday, when Mrs. De-Berry and Mrs.'H. E. Prather were hostesses. Plans for the year's work were discussed. A salad course was served by the hostesses at the close of the business meeting. Attending were Mrs. P, N. Hiatt, Mrs. A. Ritenour, Mrs. Lore Al-ford. Mrs. Newman T. Miller, Mrs. Robert Kerr, Mrs. Frank Grimes, Mrs. J. G. Findley, Mrs. J. J. Rat:-gan and the hostesses. Miss Dorothy Myers, who has been spending the past year with her aunt, Mrs. Charles Av Goodrich on Gardenia street, is laving tonight for her homo in Williams-port, Pa. William Grogan is recuperating after a tonsil operation at a local hospital. Mr. Grogan is an employe of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. I . Hi , H l A SPECIAL OFFERING Of Our Entire Stock of LINERY NOW GOING ON-AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES Mrs. Harry Kocher, president of the Palm Beach County League of Women Voters, is leaving today for Miami to attend the state convention of the League of Women Voters. Mrs. Kocher will be accompanied by Mrs. G. N. 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