The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on October 29, 1950 · Page 53
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 53

Des Moines, Iowa
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Sunday, October 29, 1950
Page 53
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Miss Kobart Will Present' Proqram Here Miss Ruth Kobart, soprano, of New York City, will be presented In a program entitled "A Mezzo Soprano's Outlook 1950" at the October luncheon meeting of the Temple sisterhood R'Nai Jeshu-run. The meeting will be at 1 p. m. Tuesday at the temple, Fifty-first street and Grand avenue. Miss Kobart was an original member of the New York Summer Opera Co., called Lemonade Opera, with which she sang for three seasons. Good Review. Her Interpretation of the role of the witch in "Hansel and Gretel" was cited in the annual "Off-Broadway Bests of the Year" edition of Show-Business. Her role of "The Duenna" in Prokofieff's opera of the same name was called outstanding by the New York Times. In 1949 she was the winner of the annual audition of the Jewish Center Lecture bureau of New York, and made a tour throughout the country. Her narrative concerts of Hebrew and Jewish Music are her own original inter-pretaticit Daughter. Miss Kobart is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Kohn of , the Franklin Court apartments. Mrs. Herman Brown will Introduce Miss Kobart. Mrs. Sidney Pearlman will preside. Luncheon chairmen will be Mesdames Rudolph Elman and Frank Brody. MISS COREY ENGAGED Moines Sunday Register Women s Section . H : ; . Miss Claudia Corey. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Corey, 3024 High st, formerly of Fort Dodge, announce the engagement of their daughter, Claudia L., to Richard G. Gibson, son of Prof, and Mrs. J. Currie Gibson of Madison, Wis. The wedding will take place Dec. 16. Miss Corey, a Roosevelt High school graduate, attended Drake university and Iowa State Teach ers college. She is teaching at Perry. Mr. Gibson, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, is an accountant with Arthur Andersen and Co. of Chicago. He is a member of Phi Gamma Delta, Beta Alpha Psi and Alpha Kuppa Psi fraternities. Lions' Ladies Plan Supper Wednesday Ladies of the Lions' club will have a potluck supper in honor of their husbands at 6 p. m. Wednesday at Birdland Shelter house. Mrs. Stephen Robinson will be chairman and Mrs. Joseph O. Popple will be in charge of entertainment. The club will have its regular meeting Thursday at the home of the president, Mrs. Robinson, 2212 Thirty-ninth st. On the committee for the meeting are Mesdames Garth Crawford. Harry S. Schoen and C. J. Gersfen-berger. ' l'BHt Prt'SillolltH ( lull. Past Presidents club of United Spanish War Veterans auxiliary will meet for a luncheon at 12:30 p. m. Thursday with Mrs. Andrew Fairgraves, 1402 Highview drive. Mrs. Vida Sutphin will be co-hostess. Illlan Moulton will preside Ht the meeting. Ml Ruth -luburt. Mrs. McAfee Will Address Women's C. of C. Mrs. Wallace McAfee, a counselor for the Family Society of Des Moines, will be guest speaker at the regular luncheon meeting of the women's department of the Chamber of Commerce Thursday noon at Younkers tearoom. Her subject will be "Growing Into Maturity." She will be introduced by Helen Hu'ford. Castle Club To Entertain Castle Dancing club will enter tain at a party at 9 p. m. Fri day at Hoyt Sherman place. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kunman, chairmen, will be assisted by Messrs. and Mcsdamos Doyle Tyler, Fred Stout and D. J. Guth. Wesley W.S.C.S. Miss Lillian Bums will lead the study book program on "Toward a Christian Community" at the Wesley W.S.C.S. meeting at 10:30 a. m. Thursday at the church. Board will meet at 10 a. m. Luncheon at 12:30 p. m. will be followed by the general meeting with the Gatchel W.S.C.S. members as guests. They will Join In the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the W.S.C.S. organi zation. 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