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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa • Page 24

Des Moines, Iowa
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Society and Clubs Fashions Home Decorations Foods and Recipes Mointg Mnnkm zmzt Vera Sketches and Describes Vacation Togs On Page Hazel Brown Offers a Group Of Nut Recipes On Page 6 Des Moines, Iowa, Sunday, May 10, 1931. Section Eight w.s-m iiiimii i iifTN xpppiiip In the Pictures 'wJ Ml i 1 XV SV' nS MRS. ARTHUR NEU- II I I ha I if VWW'AI MANN, shown at the I I 1 I extreme right, is first vice I I "13 I 1' itt A 1 president of the Des Moines I jr i I i fl Vi-if! Vvvl 1 1 oraanizatinn chairman in 1 1 t'. I I vs-w. I r1 UVt 1 TV TfiS.

ARTHUR NEU IVl MANN, shown at the extreme right, is first vice president of the Des Moines Civic Music association, and is organization chairman in MfSS. JOHN C. S. FLEMING -X' I S' XL Stage Is Set for Opening of Music Membership Drive campaign for membership in the Des Moines Civic Music association will open Monday with a 6:30 p. m.

banquet in the ballroom of Hotel Savery, The number of memberships in the association will be strictly limited to 1,400 and the campaign closes Saturday at 10 p. m. After that time it will be impossible to join W. C. T.

U. Federation To Hold Picnic A picnic and program, featuring Mrs. Jeanette Mann, national lecturer, will be held by W. C. T.

U. Federation Wednesday at p. m. at Greenwood park. Following the picnic dinner, th president, Mrs.

Anna M. Ed-worthy, will preside over the program. Mrs. Mann will give the chief address and a playlet, directed by Mrs. Isabella Sander-, son, will be given.

Special mu-' sic under the direction of Mrs. Earl S. Graff will be contributed. In case of inclement weather the program will be held at the Y. W.

C. A. with alp. m. cafeteria luncheon.

4 rhnrne. nf ihtf mevnhvmhin fidrive which will open Mon day. Mrs. Rodneu Faaen chairman of the transportation committee for the association drive. Genevieve Wheat Baal, a member of the executive board, is a group chairman with Mrs.

Kath-erine Bray Haines for the organization of Drake university. Another group chairman for the drive is Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, president of the Sigmg, Alpha lota sorority alumnae. Mrs. John C.

S. Fleming is one of the group chairmen tor the membership drive Mrs. John Cnvile.n. Mrs "TJcfferson Polk and Mrs. Sam Zthtoss are members of the organization committee.

Mrs. Cowles is a member of the executive board as is Mrs. Polk, a member of the association since its inception. D. M.

Garden Club Sponsors Open Day of Gardens Sunday IILACS and tulips, now In per-J fppttnn nf 1 i w.n.. UA I een Sunday when the Des Moines Garden club will sponsor Us second open day In the gar-dns of members. Tulips may be seen by the mem- h'rshlp and public at the homes or Mrs. E. T.

Meredith, 60 Thlrty- "venth and Mrs. Charles Howard, 4200 Greenwood drive. Examples of rock earrienR and fools may be seen at the homes of Mrs. Leslie French. 640 Forty- inurth Mrs.

F. G. Redfleld. 11 '113 Waterblirv circle and Mrs George Rrammer, 1087 Forty-fourth st. The Mav in at oa in -(h I Mrs.

Vivian Evans at the Sham- hauch farm. Inratori smith west nf ylooneville, has been made an open "garden Sunday in place of a Plant Specialist group meetine. ah gardens will be open from Until 5 D. m. with thn mpmhera sdmitted unon presentation of their memhernhtn ticirota nt th Public for a nominal sum.

Assisting as garden hostesses i H1 he Mra i her committee members, the Mes- mes H. O. Hay, Oren Thomas, '3 uavis and Tasker Henderson. Nil Daughters to Hold Sewing and Luncheon The social activities of the laughters of the Nile scheduled for May includes an all day hospital sewlne and nlrnlc. luncheon polk 1 1 VSjr auu photos OHM Society Travels to Be With Mother for Today With Mother as the predominating figure today, many a son and daughter with family in car, motored to nearby towns to spend the week end, while others left earlier in the week to spend the day in other states.

A number of Des Moines homes are entertaining visiting the organization. This means that non-members will be unable organization. This to attend any of the association concerts next winter as no tickets will be sold to individual concerts. The local Civic Music associa tion has joined forces with the National Civic Music association, thereby gaining many advantages for Des Moines music lovers, The greatest artists are made available for local audiences The holding of a membership card in the Des Moines associa tion makes It possible to attend concerts in any other city where there is a Bimilar body. Carl Weeks Is President, The members of the Des Moines audience are furnished with a program describing the musical numbers to be presented throughout each evening; this educational feature to Des Moines has aroused great enthusiasm in other cities.

Carl Weeks Is president of the local association. Mrs. Arthur Neumann, first vice president, is organization chairman for the membership campaign and her assistant chairmen are Mrs. Susan Bender Eddy, Bertram Strauss and Lorrain Watters. The committee body includes Mrs.

Jefferson Polk, Mrs. John Cowles and Mrs. Sam Shloss. Board of Sponsors, The board of sponsors is made up of Francis A. Robinson, president of the Rotary club; Mrs.

Fred Bohen, president of the Junior league; Miss Bonnie Marshall, president of the Des Moines Women's club; Mrs. Frank Flynn of the Catholic league; Mrs. Fred Moore, president of the Des Moines Garden club; Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, president of the Sigma Alpha Iota sorority alumnae; J. S.

Carpenter, president of the Des Moines Fine Arts association; Mrs. Eugene Chamberlain of the Temple Sisterhood: A. R. Edgar of the Lions club; Katherine Bray Haines, president of the Fortnightly Music club; Fred Mathis of the East Des Moines club: John D. Adams, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce Sam Shloss of the Greater Des I Bender Eddy of the Federation of Women's clubs, Mrs.

Frank Root, president of the Parent-Teacher association; Mrs. John Rehmann of Mu Phi Epsilon sorority alumnae, and B. F. Spry of the Ad club. Committee Chairmen.

Among the committee chairmen assisting with the drive are Mrs. H. H. Coggeshall, chairman of speaking engagements; Mrs. James A.

Cummins, banquet chairman; Mrs. Donald J. Metcalf in charge of newspaper publicity; Mrs. E. Paul Jones in charge of church publicity; Mrs.

John C. S. Fleming and the Misses Madge Prouty, Evelyn Fowler and Harriet Fisher, display advertising; and Mrs. Rodney Fagen, transportation chairman. Meph Zadik Aleph Parents' Day Des Moines chapter No.

4, Order of Aleph Zadik Aleph of the B'nal B'rfth, will observe Interna tlonal A. Z. A. parents' day Sunday in the Jewish Community center auditorium. The Rev.

Stoddard Lane of the Plymouth Congrega tional church will deliver the ad dress of the afternoon. A one-act play, "The Silent System," featur ing Elizabeth Abramson, and coached by Sylpha Snook, and musical numbers will complete the program, after which members of the Weheo Camp Fire group will serve at a social in the center parlors. Lloyd Isaacson and Aleph Godol of the local chapter will act as chairman and will be assisted by Harold Leener, Aleph Mazkir; and Joseph Silver, Georgia Arlene Russell To Celebrate Birthday Georgia Arlene Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winston W.

Russell, 12031 Sixth will entertain at a party Sunday afternoon in honor of her fourth birthday anniversary. Her guests will be Betty Jean and Marilyn Dar-lene Brown, Marilyn and Norma Jean Siefkin. Delia and Philip Denlo, Phyllis Hovener. Philip Bernstein, Donald Richardson and Bobby, Bonus. COWLES Everywhere to spend today with Mrs.

Schropp's parents. Mr. Schropp is principal of Callanan school. Miss Frances Sheckler left Friday night for her home in St. Joseph, Mo.

to spend. Mother's day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.

H. Downing and children, Robin, Elolse and Junior, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E.

Hampshire motored from Ottum-wa for a week end visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hampshire, 3814 Rollins ave.

Mr. and Mrs. George Means 3420 Forest are entertaining as their Mother's iay guest, the former's mother, Mrs. Mary C. Thompson of Tama.

Gov. and Mrs. Dan W. Turner will move the first of this week from the Commodore hotel to 3833 Greenwood drive, the former Weslev Garner home. Mrs.

Don ald Witt of Chicago, who is visit ing her parents. Governor and Mrs. Turner, will be in the city a week or two longer before going to New York to join Mr. Witt. Mrs.

C. D. Wilson, mother of Mrs. Walter P. Davis, 720 Flfty-I Methodist Nurses Have Banquet The Junior and senior classes of the Iowa Methodist hospital nurses held a Joint banquet Tues day evening at the Hotel Savery.

Miss Lola Stucker, president of the Junior class, served as toast- mistress and toasts were given by Miss Mildred Kirkpatrick, presi dent of the senior class, and Miss F'lorence Wesslund. Chaplain Oilman Smith gave the Invocation. Mrs. George Cosson Will Entertain Mrs. George Cosson, retlrlnjf president of the Des Moines Women's club, will be hostess at luncheon Wednesday at Wa konda club honoring the outgoing and Incoming hoard members and the first chairmen of department and committees of the club.

Northwestern U. Alumn! -To Have Annual Dinner The alumni of Northwestern university will have their annual dinner and candle lighting ceremony Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. in the Younker tearoom. Reservations should be mailed to Miss Mayme Hockett, 1520 Twenty-fifth alumni secretary, or telephoned to Mrs.

Yale Gould. March Jury Club Elects Officers The March 1920 More Jury club met Friday at the Cherry Placa tea garden and elected new officers. They are Mrs. Roy Barnes, president; Mrs. J.

M. Dailey, vice president; Mrs. Effi Stuart, secretary, and Mrs. Ott Frederick, treasurer, mothers today Mr. and Mrs.

John C. Wooden and children, Joan and Jack, 6 Foster drive, drove to Centerville to spend the day wun ivir. Wooden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.

R. Wooden. Mr. and Mrs. George A.

Peak and children, Dorothy, Joan and George, 1080 Twenty-second motored Saturday to Council Bluffs for a surprise visit with Mrs. Peak's mother. Mrs. L. M.

Barlow, 918 Thompson left Thursday to spend Mother's day In Mankato, Minn. She will return Tuesday. Miss Katharine Davis, who teaches at Brownell hall in Omaha, Is spending the week end in Des Moines with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.

O. Davis of Los Angeles, who are guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Robert M. Evans, Twenty- ninth st. Mr.

and Mrs. Merle E. Leiboldl and sons. Bob and Jerry, and Mrs. Leibold's mother, Mrs.

Nettle Nutting, 4033 Center motored Saturday to southern Minnesota to spend today with Mr. Leibold's mother. Bl lne nome oi mrs. Alex J. Wylie, 5440 VVaterbury road, and the annual spring ceremonial May 20, at the Masonic 'emple.

Prior to the ceremonial which will begin at 2 p. a luncheon is to be given at Hotel Fort Des Moines for the class and members. Mrs. L. B.

Winslow named Mrs. John C. Petty nd Mrs. Fred B. Neff tha commute oa reservations.

znres. SAM shloss Mr. and Mrs. C. P.

Schropp andifirst has returned to her home! rMldren, Mary and Rutledge.lin Eldorado, after a visit motored yesterday to Fort Dodge' here. 1 Sueaa Moines committee, Mrs,.

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