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I LOUISIANA CLUBS lý
ASSOCIATION OF CITY CLUBIS.
'1'he regular monthly meeting of
the Association of City Clubs met at
10:30 a. m. Sept. 8 in the Woman's
Club House. The meeting was repre
sented by 13 clubs and presided over
by the president, Mrs. C. H. Stum
Chiefly among the business dis
cussed was the musical concert series
this season. The association has
booked six numbers and these are
offered for $5.00. Three numbers will
be by professional performers and
three by the local Philharmonic Or
chestra, conducted by Professor Sto
The fact was brought out at the
meeting that the sale of tickets must
be pushed. The ladies feel that they
are doing a service to the music-lov
ing public by arranging for these
high class attractions and they are
eager for the undertaking to be a
complete success. The out-of-town
artists were chosen carefully, and the
ability of those composing the local t
Philharmonic is already known to t
many, and the ladies feel the corn- :
bination of attractions will be more
than worth the money. g
The first number will take place c
Oct. 20 and is to be given by the Chi- c
cago Trio composed of Irene Pay- C
I~sks, mezzo soprano, Forrest La
m-ont, tenor, and Virgilio Lazzari, ti
basso, all three of Chicago Opera .
Company, under the management of e:
Harry and Arthur Culbertson. The tl
committee representing the Associa- r
tion of City Clubs is composed of w
Mrs. C. H. Stumberg, president, Mrs. cl
Joe Ramires, Miss Carolyn Farm
bacher, and Mrs. Anthony Doherty. o
To know that Margery Maxwell, ci
prima donna soprano, is coming to l,
Baton Rouge is an event to be chron- 7J
i. icled as one of the high spots in the
artistic life of the community, and
of Ricardo Martin, famous tenor, whose
at art is recognized throughout the
L's world, is known as the American Ca
e- ruso. lie has been recalled in big
er cities as many as ten times, and for
u- Baton Rouge people to be able to hear
him right at home is a rare oppor
es The following clubs were repre
ýs sented at this meeting: The Music
re Club, the Philistoria, Civic Associa
ill tion, Social Science, I. H. Gottlieb
id Memorial, Rest Room League, Review
ers, Charity Ward Association, Amer
- ican Association of University Wom
en, Henry Watkins Allen Chapter,
ie Joanna Waddill Chapter and the
it League of Women Voters.
e M(OTIHER'S CLUB OF
n In the year 1906, a number of pro
1e gressive women, met and organized
Il the Mother's Circle. Meetings were
o held twice a month and the programs
. were along educational lines.
e After several years when the or
ganization had grown the name was
e changed to Mother's Club, and the so
- ciety joined the State Federation of
When the charity work so well es
' tablished by Mrs. Andrews grew to
a such proportions that the demands
f exceeded the limited funds of the club,
the succeeding president called a
meeting of Alexandria citizens and
with the charity committee as a nu
cleus, the United Charities was or
ganized in 1916 for the purpose of
caring for all cases of distress in the
city. All through these years this
splendid institution of relief has en
joyed the whole-hearted co-operation
of the club and the assistance of the
charity committee, in particular, has
been invaluable. Mrs. Ed Aaron suc
ceeded to the presidency in 1913.
The educational work was extended 4
to the support of the State Scholar
ship fund and a local scholarship at
Draughon's Business College was se
cured through the efforts of Mrs, H.
J. Levy. Several boys and girls have
enjoyed the privilege of the scholar
The Rural Library extension work
was begun, with Mrs. Geo. Bauer as
chairman and it was gratifying to
learn from the State President that
the Mother's Club was the second in
the State circulating the largest num
ber of books.
Civic Committee was formed and
the first playground in the city was
The Housewives' League, with Mrs.
J. C. Selser as its first president, is
another active organization, the out
growth of the progressiveness of this
A sanitation committee with Mrs.
Marx Ileyman as chairman, did a
splendid work in their inspection of
I schools, bakeries, meat markets, etc.
I This work continues today in co-op
eration with the Public Health Serv
During the World's War, this club
did its part and all other activities
were suspended in order to give ef
fort to this cause.
One of the most constructive plans
ever perfected by the club was that
of organizing the Parent-Teachers'
Circles in the schools. Mrs. S. B.
Staples, during her administration or
ganized several circles in the schools.
The Eighth District convention was
held under the auspices of the Moth
er's Club and other Alexandria feder
ation clubs and it was generally con
ceded that this convention held in
1922 was one of the most successful
Mrs. H. J. Levy is president of the
Mother's Club and to her untiring ef
forts much is due.
Many other noble works have been
accomplished by this excellent club in
which is enrolled 175 members.
REST ROOM LEAGUE.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Rest Room League was held Sep
tember 15 at headquarters, 550 Lafay
The new matron, Mrs. Anger, re
ported all was well and a visit through
the house was convincing and condi
tions found good.
The rest room proper is being used
by many out-of-town shoppers, who
enjoy refreshing themselves after a
long ride to town or tired after shop
ping. They are always welcome at
the Rest Room.
Mrs. James Clayton, president, who
will be away a month visiting in
Georgia will be replaced in her ab
sence by the first vice-president, Mrs.
"Aunt Kate," though not with the
rest room in person is as good a
friend as ever and will help all she
can. For seven years Mrs. Tempel
was matron of the Rest Room.
Delegates to the State Federation
to be held in November will be elect
ed at the October meeting.
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FORMS CIVIC BODY"
First Aim to Be For Library in Car
rollton, Is New Organization.
(Copy from Times-Picayune, Sep
tember 16, 1922.)
A movement to establish a public
library in the Carrollton section of
New Orleans will be the first under
taking launched by the new organiza
tion known as the Sixteenth Ward In
dependent Civic Association, it was
The Association was organized yes
terday afternoon in the home of Miss
Tinette Lichtenstein, 8021 Oak street,
and the following officers were elect
ed: Miss Tinette Lichtenstein, presi
dent; Mrs. C. A. Ransom, treasurer;
Mrs. Henry L. Gilbert, secretary pro
The society is to be non-political
and non-sectarian, it was explained,
and subservient only to the needs of
the Sixteenth Ward. The executive
Board consists of the officers and each
precinct captain. The object as in
corporated in the constitution, is for
the general improvement and ad
vancement of the Sixteenth Ward
along lines of health and sanitation,
education, good streets, and such oth
er work as shall be deemed necessary
by the association from time to time.
Committees will be appointed to
undertake the supervision of work
along prescribed lines as dictated by
the organization. The motto is "To
go forward and onward, and to hold
Miss Lichtenstein, temporary chair
man, presided at the meeting. It was
explained that the meeting was called
when it was learned that all the of
ficers of the Sixteenth Ward Civic
League had resigned following a
meeting of the civic department of]
the Federation of Clubs held at the
Precinct leaders in the new organ
ization, it was said, include Mrs. Hel
en P. Hart, first Precinct Captain;
Mrs. William R. Strange, second; Mrs.
Robert Gottschalk, third; Mrs. E. T.
Churchill, foqrth; Mrs. Louise Thil
borger, fifth; Mrs. W. W. Messer
smith, sixth; Mrs. Benjamin Kernan,
seventh; Mrs. James P. Williams,
By Tinette Lichtenstein, Chairman
Publicity, New Orleans.
Mrs. George P. Thompson, presi
dent of the First and Second Dis
'ricts, held a meeting Tuesday in the
c;runewald Hotel, New Orleans, to
discuss plans for the State Conven
:ion. Those present were Mrs. Jos.
Friend, chairman Ways and Means;
Mrs. Harry Gamble, general chair- r
man of social entertainments; Mrs.
II. W. E. Walthers, chairman of Hos
pitality; Mrs. R. B. Wofford, assist- I
ant chairman of Hospitality; Miss
Tinette Lichtenstein, chairman of a
Publicity; Mrs. J. T. Benedict, chair
man of Headquarters and Reserva- 3
Mrs. J. T. Benedict announced that l
the Grunewald Hotel had been se
cured as Headquarters for the Con- 2
ventiOn of the Louisiana State Fed- r
oration of Women's Clubs, and that
reduced rates had been made for ho
tel guests. c
Mrs. Thompson, president, announc- (
ed Mrs. Stephen E. Smith as chair- l
man of Automobiles.
CHAIRMAN OF COMMIrrEES,
New Orleans Federation of Clubs.
Appointed by Mrs. P. J. Friedrichs, C
Membership-Mrs. Eleanor G. Gra
Legislation-Mrs. Roydan Douglas.
Resolutions-Mrs. Ralph Schwarz.
Publicity-Miss Tinette Lichten- l
Ways and Means-Mrs. Wmin. Lamb. I
Hospitality-Mrs. Geo. Hainkel.
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Constitution and By-Laws-Mrs.
Americanization--Mrs. V. Browne.
Art-Mrs. Harry Gamble.
Civics-Mrs. Jesse P. Wilkinson.
Civil Service-Mrs. Geo. P. Thomp
Conservation--Miss Florence Dy
Education-Mrs. J. R. Morton.
Health and Hygiene-Mrs. Harold
Home Economics-Mrs. Adele Stew
Industrial and Social Conditions
Mrs. Benjamin Ory.
Literature-Mrs. Florence Tomp
Music-Miss Florence Huberwald;
Mrs. Waverly Greathouse, vice-chair
Buy at Home--Mrs. W. R. McHugh,
chairman, Mrs. Julius Michaelis, Mrs.
Charles Granger, Mrs. Henry L. Gil
bert, Mrs, Scott Beer.
Club House--Mrs. Jos. Friend.
Juvenile Court-Mrs. Aaron Hart
man, chairman, Mrs. A. M. Cosu, Mrs.
F. I. Williams.
Public Safety-Mrs. F. C. Gandolfo,
chairman; Mrs. Sam Marks, Mrs.
Wm. Porteous, Mrs. C. A. Ransom,
Mrs. Henry Robinson.
I. H. GOTFLIEB MEMORIAL.
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of managers of the I. H. Gott
lieb Memorial took place the second
Friday at headquarters, 315 North St.,
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