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2 News and Notes of Society, Clubs, Schools and Church Groups ==
Hunt Club Names Mrs. Gilpin
President for Second Time
Miss Henry and Miss Walker Also Selected for Offices
At Woodbrook; Group Gathers at President's Home
Mrs. Joseph H. Gilpin has again been chosen to head
activities of the Woodbrook Hunt club. The members were
entertained on Thursday evening at the attractive home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gilpin overlooking the Tennis club and
during the evening the elections were held. |
Miss Edith Henry was elected corresponding secretary
and Miss Dorothy Walker is the new treasurer. Members
of the board of directors are Mr. A. Burwood Kennedy,
Mr. G. Ponald Cameron, Mrs. William Ryan, Major J. E.
Mathews, }!r. Elmer Carlson and Mr. Joseph Gilpin.
Miss Iris Bryan will continue as
huntsman of the club and Maj.
Matthews was named master-of
the - fox - hound. Whippers-in ap
pointed by Miss Bryan are Mr.
x};flmedy and Mr. Cyrus Happy
B
New members who have been
taken into regular membership in
the hunt club recently are Mr. Wal
ter Green, Mr. 8. M. Jackson and
Mr. Cyrus Happy IIL
Committee appointments will “e
forthcoming in a short whil _.r
the year's functions. Among the
first is Mr. G. Donald Cameron as
chairman of the activity commit
tee. :
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Party Honors
Miss Simpson
For the pleasure of Miss
Susan Simpson, who will
marry Mr. Robert McLeod
Sanders June 4, Miss Joanna
Plowden entertained Thurs
day evening at a dessert
bridge and kitchen shower.
During the evening, the honor
guest was presented with
recipes from each guest, as
well as with gifts for her new
home.
Spring flowers and dogwood
decorated the rooms for the occa
sion. The hostess was assisted by
her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Plow
den, during the evening. Honors
at games went to Miss Vera Jean
Freeman and Miss Susan Simpson.
Guests included Mrs, F. F.
Plowden, mother of the hostess,
Mrs. J. P. Simpson, mother of the
bride-to-be, Mrs. John L. Plow
den, and the Misses Jane All
strum, Margaret Burkey, Lenore
Elstrom, Vera Jean Freeman, Val
dene Hazelton, Marjorie Schwalen,
Vernetta Rowland, Dorothy Ann
Simpson, Margaret Simpson and
Mrs. E, J, Ireland,
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Will Convene
Tacoma chapter, 0. E. S, will
meet Friday evening in Gothic hall
at 8 p. m. for their regular meet
ing. Mothers will be honored, the
oldest and youngest being espec
{ally complimented. |
Mrs. F. E. Kirkland will present
special music following the meet
ing and Miss Dorothy Padfield of
the College of Puget Sound will
give a group of spring readings.
Robert Cowden will be heard lin
tenor solos.
A late supper will be served by
Mesdames W. D. Bergey, C. A.
Cedar, L. Lorey, A. Liljebeck, and
H. Martin. Floral decorations will
be arranged by Mrs. H. H. Sutton,
Mrs. Carl Weimer and their com
mittee,
Mrs. H. E. Washburn, worthy
matron, and Dr. John W. Griffith,
worthy patron, extend a cordial
invimtion to all O. E. S. members.
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The May meeting of Eliza
beth Forey chapter, Daugh
ters of the American Revo
lution, will be held Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Charles W. Schuh, 1215 No.
Tacoma ave. Assisting host
esses will be Mrs. Hunter
Kennard, Mrs. George Wil
liams and Miss Allene Nash.
Luncheon will be served at 1
o'clock, the board meeting
preceding at 12:30,
Guests for the day will be Mrs.
John T. Quinn and Miss Marjorie
Engelbrecht. Mrs. Quinn will talk
on “Rumania Today,” a fascinating
subject, particularly at this mo
ment. Her residence in that eoun
try, from which she recently re
tumed and where her husband atill
is, gives her a comprehensive
knowledge of the conditions exist
ing there.
Miss Engelbrecht was the chosen
Pilgrim for Washington on the
Good Citizenship pilgrimage to
Washington, D. C., a project spon
sored by the national organization
of the D. A. R., the honor going to
the high school girl whose record
shows a high standard for depen
dability, service, leadership and
patriotism. She has just returned
from her stay in Washington and
will tell of her impressions, her
experiences and interesting con
tacts made while there. Friday,
April 12, when the registration
began, to the farewell breakfast
Tuesday, April 16, spanned five
happy, active days of specially
planned sightseeing tours to the
many historic points, to the house
and the senate, a visit to the White
House, where the girls were re
ceived by Mrs. Wallace, wife of
the secretary of agriculture. The
presentation of the girls at the
opening of the séssion of the 49th
congress at Constitution hall will
probably linger longest in their
memories, as the beauty and the
significance of the formal opening
left a deep impression.
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Dinner to Precede
Aquinas Prom
A group of Aquinas juniors will
entertain with a dinner party at
7:30 o'clock Friday evening at
Hotel Winthrop. Later, they will
attend the annual Aquinas prom in
the Roof Garden.
Girls who will be present at the
dinner are the Misses Rosemary
Mansfield, Eileen Shaffer, Virginia
\Dun, Peggy O'Connell, Margaret
?lllller, Harriet Quinn and Hazel
Simonetti. Escorts will be Walter
'Webber, George Mansfield, Donald
'St. Thomas, Philip Brown, Ray
'Batsford, Vic Inderbitzen and Joe
Dargan.
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Arranges “Tara” Dance
Mrs. Elizabeth Keller Tullis is in charge of arrangements
for the southern ball “Springtime ot Tara,” which members
of the Tacoma Junior Woman's club will give at the Tacoma
Country and Golf club on Saturday evening. All the charm
and glamor of the South will be utilized in carrying out the
highly adaptable theme of the party.
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“Ah Wilderness” 1
Drama League to Prcunf‘
Eugene O'Neill Comedy
A fitting finale to the vear
in the Little theater off Carr
st. will be Eugene O'Neill's
well loved comedy, “Ah Wil
derness,” now in rehearsal
and scheduled for production
May 22 to 25. There is a feel
ing of sentiment among mem
bers of the cast and the entire
production crew in working
on this last play in the old
theater building, and they all
are endeavoring to outdo
themselves in the production.
Mrs. Cecll Fuiller, who has di
rected many successful Drama
league productions, is the director,
and Mrs. Eric Richter will assist,
The story is of a homey American
family, and brings to the stage Mr,
and Mrs. America and their fam
ily.
Mrs. Preston Onstad, chairman
of properties, and Mrs, J. W, Show
man, in charge of costumes, with
their committees, are busy search
ing Tacoma attics, trunks and
other hide-outs for authentic fur
niture, bric-a-brac and costumes
of the first years of the century,
as it is on the morning of July 4,
1903, that the audience first meets
the family of Nat Miller, to live
and laugh with them through the
three acts of the rollicking comedy |
Beverly Hart, well known fnr‘
his clever and artistic work, is de
signing the sets, and Charles Huhn.i
production manager, and his as
sistants are preparing a stage m-‘
ting that will be true to all the
traditions of the period. ‘
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will hold their regular business
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P.-T.A.News
SATURDAY (May 4) '
Park Avenue preschool is spon
soring a benefit card party at 8
p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Kimbrough, 7221 So. Faw
cett. Pinochle and 500 will be
played. Refreshments will be
served and favors will be .wlrded}
for high and low score. Mrs, Kim
brough is general chairman, as
sisted by Mesdames C. V. Hutson,
Margaret Johnson, C. L. Houts
and E. C, Stillifant, Everyone is
cordially invited.
WEDNESDAY
defferson P.-T. A, will meet at
2 p. m. in the school with Mrs,
Clarence Bigger presiding. Miss
Jennie Jones will speak on “Na
ture Hobbies.” Mrs. J. D. Mahoski,
junior past president, will install
the following officers for the en
suing year: Mrs. Edwin Moe, presi
dent; Mrs, E. F. Phelps, first vice
president; Mrs. Grant Eylander,
second vice president. Mrs. Anm-‘
Goodrick, secretary, and Mrx W,
W. Bragdon, treasurer. Puplls of l
the first and second grades will
present songs. Mrs. G. G. Oldu(.]
Mrs. Keith Swinney and Mrs
Clarence Spinney will be hostesses
for the tea hour. |
Madison P.-T. A. will meet at
2:30 p. m. in the sachool. Miss
Helen Cantine of the Girl Scout
office will give a short talk on
the Girl Bcout program and will
present a shadowgraph. Newly
elected officers are Mrs. Millard
May, president; Mras., Cort Eb
erly, vice president; Mrs. Eliza
beth Dufour, secretary, and Mrs.
O. E. Anderson, treasurer.
THURSDAY
Gault Junior High P..T. A. will
meet at 7:40 p. m. in the audi
torium with Mrs. Paul Lower pre
siding. New officers will be in
stalled. Gordon Tatum will be in
charge of the program, which is
a Dads’ night. Mrs. Willard Peter
son is in crarge of the social hour,
Sheridan P.-T. A, meets at 2:30
p. m. in room 12 with Mrs. John
Olson presiding. Instaliation of
officers will be the main event of
afterncon. Mra, D, M. Pease will
present a solo, Miss Hamacher
will present her 3-B and 4-B pupils
in & short playlet entitied “May
in the Green Woods.' Mrs. John
Campbell will act an hostess for
the social hour,
Ruston P.T. A, will meet oni
Wednesday afterncon for an in
stallation of officers including
Mrs, Wesley Newmann, president;
Mra. Lee Garrison, first vice
president; Mre. Gerard Tallman,
second vice president; Mrs Joe
Gibson, secretary; Miss Gertrude
Tenzler, treasurer. The program |
will be presented by the M-l
gurtén and first grades under the '
direction of Miss Tenzier. Re
freahments will be served by Mrs
Frank Walgraph and Mrs, L«:
Garrison and her commitise ;
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Election of Officers to Be
Held Saturday Evening
Tacoma assembly, Order of
Rainbow for Girls, w?n
Saturday evening at 7:
the Doric room of the Ma.
sonic temple for the last busi
ness session of the .r’
term and for the election
new officers, Miss Jane Lund
berg, worthy adviser, and
Mrs, Rose R. Leonard, mother
adviser, will preside.
May 11 is the date set for e
annual May dance to be held in the
Fellowship hall of the Masonie
temple from §to 12 o'clock. Miss
Trula Mae Wittenbafirer, worthy
associate adviser, will be chairman.
Tickets may be obtained from any
;m of the assembly or by
ealling PR 1798
Saturday evening, plans will be
made for the birthday celebration
in honor of Mr, A. J. Swindle, s
preme confidential observer of the
‘supreme assembly and supreme in
spector of the Order of Rainbow in
the state of Washington and terri
tory of Alaska, Girls will have
the opportunity te sign up for
various committees st that time.
Miss Marjorie Lou Morrill has
been appointed to write Ithe
monthly article for the Rainbow
paper, the Confidential Observer
A report on the banguet will be
given by the committes heads,
Each girl working for her merit
pin and bars is asked to report the
pointa Saturday.
Tickets for the skating party to
be held May 17 can alse be obe
tained from any member of the
assembly. ;
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‘Pwons Named
For Cabaret Dance
. Interest is keen in the cabaret
\Muhflmbh&rflwl
| club Saturday evening in the Roof
| Garden of Hotel Winthrop Many
| have agreed to be patrons and pa
| troneases for this affair and many
| others have made reservations |
Patrons and patronesses for this
dance which will benefit the club's
scholarship fund, are: Messrs. and
| Mesdames Churence Layton, W, E.
|Go-l|n. J. B loonam, J F
'Baisch, C. P. Burkey, M. A, Pet.
irich, W. B. McNerthney, J. J.
Mclaughlin, N. P Harrison, Jea
W. Kugel, Leo A. MeGavick, B, V,
Schwalen, H. K. Beaucasmp, W. L.
Gaffney, J. E. Brady, C. J Fair
hurst, 8. J. Charbonau, F W,
Power, M. J. Nicola, T. E Murphy,
Douglas Dykeman, Frank Taylor,
Dale Forkenbrock, K. W Me-
Carthy, Harry L. Davis, M. W,
Marush, W, H. Pessemier, B J
Enright, 8. A. Gagliardl, Michasl
Petri, Fred Bader, J. P Simpeon,
,(‘ C. Cavanaugh, W. H. Hoffaer,
| Theodore Gaffney, . W, Lickess,
! Arthur Brown, Charles Paulik, and
| Mesars. R. K. Burna, August von
ißoocklln. |
| The following is w partial list of
those who have made reservations:
| Mesars. John Davie, Carl Pirob,
| Joseph Gleva, Adrian MoCarthy,
| James McCarthy, W. M. umunln.!
Joweph Desmond, Robert Brown,
Vern Champagne, Arthur &-1
Mahon, Stanley Malovich, Joseph
Tencich, Owen F. Galmgher, u--‘
rence Burcar, Rudoiph Udovich,
Emil Burcar, Chas. Krilich, Joseph
Kori, Stephen Babutia, John Vehon
sky, leonard Marcos, Frank
Florino, Stanley Balcior, Joseph
Fitzpatrick, Carl Knecht, Gordon
Wingard, George Neu. Francis Hon
viez, Wm. Brady, George Doherty,
Alvah Dravis, Leo Connors, Omn'
Rapin, Erling Peterson, Jack En
right, Fred LeVeque, John Rapin,
Arnold Bader, Harold Piets, u--;
rence Bt. Onge, Gordon MeEachron |
Richard Ulaninich, Joseph Kaseils,
Robert Jaques, Alfred Dorfner and
Mesars. and Mesdames Frank 110-‘
[ ban, Jack Burna, Stephen Michasl,
land K. Zancomki |
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‘Am, Science Club }
'Honors Federation |
| Marking the Golden Jubliee of
| the National Federstion of w..‘
| men's clubs, members of the Arts
and Sclence club gathersd Thurs
day in the Woman's clybhouse for
Juncheon and & program. Center
ing the apeakers’ table was &
replica of the Narrows bridge,
with 1880 written at one end snd
1940 at the other, reminding thoss
present of the fifty years of the
| pational organization. Small eur.
| sagen of valley llies marked sach
| guest's place
i Mre. Pearl A Wanamaker
| speaking on “Women in Progress”
| was the principal spesker of the
afternocon. A feature of the pro
gram was the modeling by five
members of the club of costumes
of the past B 0 years Models ap
| peared in & e-size frame. Mrs
| John C. Lemon, genersl chairman
|of the affalr, was the narralor,
| During the afterncon, Mm.
Walter M. Bnell, was presentsd
wilh the “plonesr woman's medal”
for having been the group's first
president. Of interest was the
L reading of an orviginal posm by &
club member, M. Jean Martin,
which was scospled by the siale
chairman of poetry and which
coming out Friday is prist in the
Washingtlon #Slale poelry mags
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Sorority to Have
“Tulip” Dance
Friday evening will be “Tu
lip Time" for members of
Delta Alpha Gamma and their
tmunmauuity'na
g-wwuum
at the Beach club on
North American lake. Dec-|
orations will be carried out
following the Duteh motif
with Duteh dolls and wooden
shoes and a floral setting of
tulipa.
Programs for the dance &
cleverly fashinned frem plywood
inte the shape of wooden shoes
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crest in green. Facuity
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Nowden, Dr. Lyle 8 Shelmidine
and Mr. D Robert Smith and thely
IM Specially invited guests
are the representatives from each
of the other sororities on the sam
pus and the president of the
Women's Residence hall. They are
the Misses Ruth Jemsen, June
Poele, Lillian Mattaon and Kather.
ine Sutheriand
Chalrman for the dance I Miss
Vieginia Judd who has assisting
her Miss Dores Sachs. Miss Anita
Sherman and Miss Juse Larson
Alumnae of the sorority whe are
planning to sttend are Miss Pau.
line Pumphrey, Miss Betly Jane
Graham, Miss Margsret Kell, Miss
Jo Ann Grant and Miss Floramee
Davia,
Guests of the sorority women
will be the Messrs, Loland Thune,
Harold Nelson, Donald Mayaes,
Mmmha
Philip Cheney, Frank
Willlam Tucker, Warren Wil
Weymar Rosso, Forrest Johnson,
Jamea Frank, Robert Sprenges,
Richard Sloat, David Davies, Mare
Miller, Jack Crooks Herbert
Philips, Robert Angel,
Middiston, Jamea Arntson,
MoNary, Warren Holt, Valen
Honeywell, Philip Raymond, Ber
| nard Chambers, Bdward Trombley,
William Brown, Allen Miller, Wik
lam Johnson, Willlam Tregoning,
Marius Bertholet, Robert Davia,
Edward Granlund, Donald Bure
nett, Wigh MscWhirter, Jack
Frater, Joseph Kilkenny, Donald
Pearson, Phillp Walesby, Narold
Christensen, Nell Anderson, Theo
dore Ploard and Ollohrest Nalson,
t Hostesses will be the Misses
Patricia Glover, Dorls Granlund,
‘uumm Sorenson,
| Botte Brook, Marguerite Kath,
| Esther Waterman, Nathelea Stan.
| dish, Virginia Judd, Jeanne Rosso,
Winnie Richard, Margaret Varnes,
Florence Darrow, Erna Brenner,
Dorothy Ann Brenner, Jeanne
Callow, Mary Ellen Petarson, Jane
Hudson, Genevieve Hicks, Jean
Murnen, Busanne Lidren, Maureen
Martin, Joan Roberts, Nanoy
Whipple, Mary Ann Jeulsich, Bare
bara Jacobsen, Doree Sachs, Dorls
Hartman, June Larson, Lorraine
Albert, Klsabeth Bona, Retty
Noble, Miriam Glbhson, Mildred De
!nwn. Frances Cruver and Roses
! mary DeVota,
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iT° Have Mothers’ Day
Program on Friday
South Teacoma Rebekah hz:
will meet on Friday svening in
L O O F hall, 80, B4th and Twa
|coma way. On the program, which
will follow the reguisr § o'siock
| meeting, Mothers day selections
{will be foatured. Mrs. Myle Lock,
Inoble grand, will presids over the
meeting, sssisted by Mra. James
' Brown
A quaristle eomposed of Missss
Virginia and Marths Stark and
| Dorts and Marjorie Holssth will
| ming songs appropriste to Mothers'
[day and & play, “Mother's Mead
ache,” will slso be presented. In
the cast are Mrs Mildred Cowles,
I Misses Dorls MHolseth, Martha
| Bryan, Marjorie Molssth, BShiriey
[Gibhe, Jane Waestardahl, Murisl
Armatrong
| Mra. Dorothy Dean will resd &
group of her original posms,
Misses Carol Look and Delores
Ross will be present io give sach
Imr-flm Thers will e
{apecial favors for the oldest and
the youngest mother presest
i Rafreabments will be served by
IMra. Cowles and her commities,
{Mrs, John Bruse, Mrs Faul Link,
iln Daorothy Dean and Miss Dele
ores Ross.
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May 25,
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