Childs, Gordon - Prelude Music to Toynbee Lecture
Speaker Reviews Toynbee's History 'The conclusions in Arnold J. Toynbee's "A Study of History" present a challenge to the human race, Dr. G.. Homer Durham, academic vice president of the University University of Utah, told Literary club members and guests when he reviewed reviewed the monumental historical study Saturday evening. Red Cross Will Start Baby Class Red Cross classes in mother and baby care will begin Monday, it was announced by Mrs. Irene Hahne, nursing services chairman for the Red Cross chapter. The first meeting will be at 2 Â· p.m. at the Bannock Memorial hospital. hospital. Mrs. Nephi Evanson, n.N., will be the instructor. Persons interested interested in enrolling are asked to call the 'Red Cross office, 3062, or 4089 for registration. Garden Club Begins Drive Whether the rise and fall of izations will continue depends how man can respond to the lenge to aspire above himself, thi speaker said. He described thi amount of work and study whicl went into the preparation of the work of scholarship, saying tha Toynbce has done for history Albert Einstein did for relativity Dr. Durham recommended for reading a less ambitious work Toynbee, "Civilization on Trial,' which he described as an illuml nating study for laymen. Miss Maralyn Morton served general chairman for the program which was the annual special presented by the club. Mrs. Ste phen R. Meadows presided and troduced the musical selections Prelude music was provided by trio of Gordon Childs, violinist George Hart, cellist and Jack man, pianist. Mrs; Lloyd S. Cal presented three vocal selections accompanied by Mrs. William S Hill. Mrs. J. O. Anderson, vice president, introduced the speaker Mrs. M. D. Beal, hostess chair man, was assisted by Mrs. W. Rhodes and Mrs. 0. F. Call. S. R. Meadows, retiring president and Mrs. Luvern Johnson, presi dent elect, presided at the refresh ment service.