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   Southeast Economist (Newspaper) - November 30, 1939, Chicago, Illinois                                SOUTHEAST ECONOMIST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1939 P.-T.A. Council Chairmen Will Meet Tomorrow Round-Table Discussion on Juvenile Protection Is Scheduled. Mrs. Gilbert S. Johnson, 7115 Greenwood ave., juvenile protection chairman of South-East council of Parent-Teacher, associations, has called a meeting of all juvenile pro- tection chairman of the council for tomorrow at 10 a.m. in the Bryn Mawr Community church, 7000 Jef- fery ave. A round-table discussion will be led by Mrs. Raymond Miller, state juvenile protection chairman. Next Wednesday the presidents of all the associations in the council will attend a president's luncheon in the South Shore View hotel, 7100 South Shore dr., at p.m. Mrs. Max Weiss, social chairman of the council, is in charge of arrange- ments. The luncheon will give the presi- dents of the individual associations an oportunity for informal discus- sion of their problems. Reports will be made of the membership drives, the Summer round-up campaigns and the student aid projects. Mrs. P. J. Scheid, president of the coun- cil, will lead the discussion. Park Manor. The second meeting of the home- making group of the Park Manor P.-T A. will be held next Wednesday at p.m. in the home of Mrs. Victor Schaal, 7004 Eberhart ave. Mrs. George E. Bailie, homemaking chairman, will give a demonstration of gift wrapping and gift box mak- ing. Members wishing to have gift boxes wrapped or to learn to make paper ornaments are asked to bring their own materials. Caldwell. Mrs. L. J. Welsh, 8023 Blackstone ave., will be the hostess at a parent- education tea of the Caldwell P.- T.A. in her home next Wednesday at p.m. Mrs. F. W. Julstrom will speak on "Christmas Decora- tions." Avalon Park. Southeast side women interested in the subject of women on juries are invited to attend a meeting of the Avalon Park P.-T.A. today at pjn. in the school, 80th st. and Kenwood ave., to hear Mrs. Preston Farley of the Cook County League of Women Voters in a talk on the subject. Arrangements for the meeting were made by Mrs. V. O. McClurg, legislation chairman of the association. The homemaking department, Mrs. R. C. Brunswick, chairman, will hold a tea in the school auditorium next Tuesday at p.m. Mrs. Morris Epstein will demonstrate how to set a Christmas table. Bungles. Mrs. W. F. Barkfnecht will give Instructions in holiday decorations at the meeting of the Ruggles P.- T.A. parent-education class next Tuesday at p.m. in the school, 78th st. and Prairie ave. Mrs. R. S. Olsen is chairman of the class. Revere. The board meeting of the Revere P.-T.A. will be held next Tuesday at p.m. in the school, 71st St. and Ellis ave. Rehearsals are now being held by the Revere singers for the presentation of "The Christ- mas a cantata, December 14 at 8 p.m. in the school assembly. Only five more practice meetings will be held, it was announced, and persons interested in taking part are urged to attend these meetings. Wadsworth. The second meeting of the Wads- worth P.-T.A. book review club will be held tomorrow at p.m. in the Woodlawn branch library, 6247 Kimbark ave. Mrs. C. H. Faust will review "Grapes of Wrath" by John Steinbeck and Mrs. W. H. Smalley will review "Tree of Liberty" by Elizabeth Page. The public is in- vited to attend. Bradwell. The BradweU P.-T.A. will hold a board meeting next Monday at 1 p.m. in the school, 7710 Burnham ave. The association's movie benefit show will be held in the Shore theater today, tomorrow and Satur- day. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Willard Watson, 2671 E. 78th fit., or Mrs. Homer Lynch, 7611 .Abates ave. Dixon. Mrs. Hubert T. Furst will review "Maud" by Richard Lee Stout at the meeting of the Dixon P.-T.A. book club next Monday at p.m. in the school, 8306 St. Lawrence ave. Mrs. Ralph Brock is chaiiman of the club. The class in applied gov- ernment and current events, led by Mrs. Glenn Southers, will meet next Thursday at a.m. in the school. The class Is sponsored by the legis- lation committee of which Mrs. Harry Fink is chairman. FETES BIRTHDAY. Mrs. Joseph Socha of Rochester, N.Y., celebrated her birthday last Saturday with her son and daugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Socha, 7917 Maryland ave. The se- nior Mrs. Socha will return home some time this week or next. PIANO INSTRUCTION LESSONS include technique, touch, tone production and hear- ing; sight-reading; methods of practice; scale and chord struc- ture; rhythm, phrasing, expression and interpretation; repertoire. Audition by Appointment Only PHONE PLAZA 7664 CLARENCE ZOLLICOFFER In the Studios 612-14 Fine Arts Bldg. 410 S. Michigan Blvd. Aids Ball Mrs. Charles W. Apley, daughter of Mrs. K. Ray Ballantine, genertU chairman of the South Shore cen- ter, Infant Welfare society, is one of the many young matrons engaged in selling1 tickets for the center's an- nual Infanta ball to be held Satur- day evening In the Blackstone hotel. INFANT WELFARE DANCE SCHEDULED Proceeds to Aid Russell Square Station Plans for the elaborate Infanta ball, to be held Saturday by the South Shore center, Infant Welfare Society of Chicago, have been com- pleted, it was announced yesterday. The ball will be held in the Black- stone hotel and proceeds will go towards the maintenance of the Russell Square station, 83rd st. and South Shore dr. On the committee- in charge are Mrs. A. V. Connors, 7411 Oglesby ave.; Mrs. V. J. Ream, 8041 St. Law- rence ave.; Mrs. Lee Roy Peck, 2356 E. 68th st.; Mrs. William M. Mac- Arthur, 6811 Crandon ave.; Mrs. George K. Hendrick, 7227 Crandon ave.; Mrs. John M. Byrne, 7430 Crandon ave., and Mrs. K. Ray Bal- lentine, 6704 Union ave., general chairman. Church Federation Will Hold Christmas Bazaar Next Thursday the Women's fed- eration of the Crerar church, 81st st. and Calumet ave., will hold its annual Christmas bazaar in the church parlors. At 2 p.m. M. O. Cullen, director of meat merchandising of the Na- tional Live Stock and Meat board, will give a demonstration and lecture on "Meat, Its Various Cuts and Uses." A turkey supper will be served from to 7 o'clock. There will be booths with bakery goods, canned goods, candies, gifts, dolls, fancy goods and refreshments. Mrs. Agnes Kemph New Royal Neighbor President Mrs. Agnes Kemph, 7316 Wood- lawn ave., was elected and installed president of the South Side District association of the Royal Neighbors of America in the Viking tftmple, 69th st. and Emerald ave., recently. The district association is com- posed of 145 Royal Neighbors camps, each having an average member- ship of 400 or more. Mrs. Kempt is also oracle of Kenwood camp, located at 75th st. and Cottage Grove ave. St. Philip Neri Women Will Hold Benefit Tea To raise funds for club philan- thropies, the St. Philip Neri Wom- an's club will hold a silver tea Sun- day from 3 to 6 p.ni. in the home of Mrs. Edward J. Donnellan, 6831 Euclid ave. Assisting Mrs. Donnellan will be Mrs. Thomas B. Clifford and Mrs. William J. O'Brien. Mrs. William Newburger is president of the club. Immaculate Conception Services to Open Today Services marking the Annual Im- maculate Conception of thr St. Francis de Paula church, 78th st. and Dobson ave., will begin today and continue until December 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Concep- tion. Services will be held each day at 9 a.m. and pm. Rev. Gabriel J. Brankus. pastor, will conduct the services. CAMERA CLUB. Richard M. Stevens, 1448 E. Mar- quette rd.. print director, will con- duct the monthly print discussion at the meeting of the Jackson Park Camera club this evening at 8 o'clock in the Gladstone hotel, 62nd st. and Kenwood ave. Nine Departments List Programs in Second District Southeast Side Club Dele- gates Schedule Busy Week. Delegates to the Second District, Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, have a busy week before them with programs having been arranged for nine departments. The education department, Mrs. David H. Weitzenfeld, 6703 Prairie ave., chairman, will tour the Flower Technical high school this morning. Luncheon will be served by the girls of the school. Tomorrow the civil service depart- ment of which Mrs. George W. Payson, 6610 Kimbark ave., is chair- man, will unite with the first 10 districts of the federation in a tour of a department of government un- der the direction of Mrs. R. L. Ken- dall, 7346 Clyde ave., state chairman. Health and Hygiene Meet. Next Monday at a.m. dele- gates of the department of public health and child hygiene will meet in federation headquarters, 30 W. Washington st. Mrs. E. W. DeWitt, 12206 Harvard ave., chairman, will introduce Dr. Walter R. Fischer, who will talk on "Our Walk Through Life." At 1 pjn. next Monday the state garden department will hold its an- nual Christmas party in Marshall Field and company. Mrs. David F. Matchett, 6133 Ellis ave., Second District chairman, will serve as hostess. The musical program will consist of Christmas songs by Mrs. Hubert D. White and piano selec- tions by Lois Harper. Music department delegates also will meet next Monday. At p.m. they will gather in the home of the chairman, Mrs. Michael J. Devaney, 8148 Champlain ave., to discuss Christmas music and customs. Favorite numbers will be played or sung by the delegates. The American home department will hold a tour and tea in the Chi- cago Lighting institute, 20 N. Wacker dr., next Wednesday with Mrs. H. N. Wilson, 5415 Harper ave., chair- man, in charge. Indian Welfare. Mrs. Frank Pearson, 1736 E. 85th st., chairman of the Indian welfare department, will serve a dessert luncheon to the delegates in her home next Thursday at pm.. after which reports are to be given in the Indian welfare programs given by clubs in th.e district. The Second District press and publicity departments will present the program hi federation head- quarters next Thursday at ajn. with Mrs. George A. Harriman, state chairman, presiding. Martha Bodtke, woman's editor of the Southtown Economist, will discuss her new column, "Over the Tea and Walter C. Cohen, editor of the Southeast Economist, will ex- plain "The Human Side of Editors." Mrs. Edward McTiernan, 7818 Bennett ave., delegate from the South Bryn Mawr Wednesday club', will open her home to international relations department next Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Vernon W. Haag, 1227 Eggleston ave., is chairman. Woodlawn. The Woodlawn Woman's club will hold two bazaars, one next Tuesday and the other a week from Tuesday, in the Southmoor hotel, 67th st. and Stony Island ave. Proceeds of the bazaars will go to the Woodlawn Boys' club fund. Mrs. A. Gordon Smith is chairman of the two events. The next meeting of the club will be held next Tuesday in the hotel. Mrs. Desmond C. Hall, president, will conduct a business meeting at 11 a.m. and Mrs. Phillip S. Blan- chard, music chairman, will intro- duce Beatrice Mazer, violinist, at the afternoon session. Mrs. Hall will be interviewed on the Club Woman's hour over radio station WAAF tomorrow at am. and will be hostess to the officers and board of directors in her home, 6937 Constance ave., at an all-day meet- ing and luncheon Monday. Park Manor. The Park Manor Woman's club will meet next Tuesday at 11 a.m. in its clubrooms, 7008 Michigan ave. At pjn. Eston V. Tubbs will speak on "Training for Citizen- ship and Our Republic." He will be introduced by Mrs. J. R. Trissal, American citizenship chairman. The club chorus will sing under the direction of Mrs. E E. Swanson and Mrs. P. W. Seyl will present a group of students from the Park Ridge School for Girls in a ihort program. Chicago Calumet. The Chicago Calumet Woman's club will hold a litei ature and library service day Monday in the Besse- mer park fieldhouse. 89th st. and Muskegon ave. Helen S. Babcock, librarian of the South Shore branch library, will discuss "Trends in New Gadabout's Notebook Among the students who came in from the University of Illinois for Thanksgiving and for the Hlini- Chicago football game were Robert Christensen. 6710 Merrill ave.. and Joseph Gorchoff, 6806 Merrill ave. Ray Schalk, 8830 Chappel ave., spent Thanksgiving with his family, text books having been left behind in Greencastle, IncL, where he at- tends De Pauw university. Marion King, 6736 Cregier ave., gave a surprise party last week for Betty Jane Davis, 2208 E. 70th pi. The occasion was Betty Jane's 17th birthday. Twenty-five guests helped to eat the birthday cake. Katherine Christoph, 7017 Con- stance ave., shelved her books last week-end to spend the holidays at home. She is a student at Ohio State university. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Schnacken- berg, 6936 Euclid ave., welcomed home their two sons, George and Frank, from Greencastle, Ind where they attend DePauw university, for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Epton, 7020 Paxton ave., had 12 guests for Thanksgiving dinner, including then- son, Bernard, who attends the Uni- versity of Chicago and lives on the campus during the school year. Betty Carlson, 6742 Chappel ave.. came in from Champaign for her turkey dinner. Betty is a former Hyde Park high school beauty queen. Joan Beutel, 6700 Crandon ave., celebrated her 10th birthday re- cently. Mary Speith, 7241 Merrill ave., and Stewart McHie, 6736 Chappel ave., returned to their homes from the Purdue university campus for Thanksgiving. Aleen Rosenburger, 6748 Oglesby ave.. celebrated her 18th birthday recently. Harold Frey, 7004 Paxton ave, re- turned to Champaign, 111., Monday after spending the holidays with his family. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Spieldenner, 7219 St. Lawrence ave., spent Sat- urday in South Bend, Ind., where they attended the Notre Dame- Southem California game. Marsha Sharfman, 2222 E. 76th st., was 13 years old recently. Shirlee Marks, 2125 E. 67th st., was 18 years old last Tuesday. Fall Books" at 2 p.m. Music will be provided by the chorus of the Wood- lawn Mothers' Round Table. The business meeting will be conducted at 1 pm. by Mrs. C. I. Palmer, president. Woodlawn Study. The Woodlawn Study club will meet Monday in the Plaisance hotel, 60th st. and Stony Island ave. Mrs. W. R. Smith, president, will preside at both the board meet- ing at 10 a.m. and the business meeting at 11 a.m. Mrs. L. J. Adams will review the "Tree of Li- berty" by Elizabeth page at this meeting. Bryn Mawr. The monthly business meeting of the Bryn Mawr Woman's club will be held Monday at a.m. in the clubrooms, 7000 Jeffery avfe., fol- lowed by a talk on the 'Children's Scholarship league by Mrs. David W. Longstreet. Dr. A. E. Haydon of the Univer- sity of Chicago will talk on "Scien- tific Humanism and the Future of Democracy" at the afternoon ses- sion. He will be introduced by Mrs. L. L. Whelan, chairman of the citi- zenship department. Hyde Park Travel. A movie travelogue in color will be presented at the meeting of the Hyde Park Travel club next Mon- day at 2 p.m. in the Hotel Winder- mere East, 56th st. and Hyde Park blvd., by Mrs. William A. Rowley, a former club member. Mrs. Arthur E. Hansen, program chairman, will introduce Mrs. Rowley. At 11 a.m. Cora Mowbray, chair- man of the public welfare depart- ment, will introduce a speaker from the United Charities who will talk on "Conquering Trouble" and "Le- gal Aid." The executive board of the club will meet in the home of Mrs. William N. Mitchell, 1326 E. 58th st., tomorrow at a.m. Chesterfield. Mrs. Elmer A. Johnson, program chairman, will present Mrs. Frank Specht in a talk on "Necessary Legislation" at a meeting of the Chesterfield Woman's club next Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Tuley park fieldhouse, 90th st. and St. Law- rence ave. Music will be provided by Jean Bushelle and Charlotte Kroc, vocalists. Mrs. Willis K. Rey- nolds, preisdent, will conduct the meeting. The better speech class, organized recently by Mrs. Frank Derby, chair- man of the fine arts department, will hold its second session Tues- day at 11 a.m. in the park field- house. Mrs. Loula Jay Samson, dra- matic reader and coach, conducts the class sessions. Arche. Lavonne Field will sketch pic- tures while she sings at the meeting of the Arche club in the Shoreland hotel, 5454 South Shore dr, tomor- row at 2 p.m. "Bookbinding a Fine Art" will be the subject of a lecture by Walter Fischer at the 11 a.m. sesion. Both programs will be presented by the art study class un- der the direction of Mrs. Edward Heinz, Jr., chairman. The board of managers of the club will meet Monday in the home of Mrs. LeRoy John Zorn, 5000 East End ave., vice-president Mrs. Thomas M. Fender, 4616 Drexel blvd., will be hostess to the litera- ture study class of the club at a reception and tea in her home next Wednesday at 2 p.m. Englewood. Mrs. George A. Jones, chairman of the publicity department, will present R. G. Cleveland, editor of the Southtpwn Economist, in a talk titled "Headaches for and Rita Fitzpatrick, Chicago newspaper woman in a talk on publicity work at the meeting of the Englewood Woman's club next Monday at a.m. in the clubroooms, 6734 Went- worth ave. An original skit, "Who's Who in Publicity." will be given by club members. At the afternoon session Bertlta Harding will speak on "The Power Behind the Pen." Miss Harding is the author of "The Phantom from which the motion pic- ture "Juarez" was taken. South Side Catholic. Charlotte Zingrabe, dramatic reader, will be the guest speaker at the meeting of the South Side Catholic Woman's club next Thurs- day at p.m. in the Southmoor hotel, 67th st. and Stony Island ave. Music will be provided by George Slattery, tenor, accompanied by Alice Marie Doney. Mrs. P J. Need- ham is president of the club. Bryn Mawr Juniors. The Bryn Mawr Junior Woman's club will meet next Tuesday in the home of Margaret Glover, 6901 Oglesby ave., to plan its philan- thropic project for Christmas. Last year the members dressed dolls for the Frances Juvenile home. Mrs. Larene B. Jones of the Traveler's aid will be the guest speaker at the meeting. Woodlawn Mothers' Round Table. The book club of the Woodlawn Mothers' Round Table will hold a Christmas program at the meeting next Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the First Presbyterian church, 64th st. and Kimbark ave. Mrs. Minnie Moreland Dow will be in charge. At 2 p.m. Mrs. J. Scott Matthews, president, will conduct a business meeting which will be followed by an Indian welfare program at which Scott H. Peters, a Chippewa Indian, will discuss "Indian Life Today." Mrs. M. S. Seals, music chairman, SPECIAL THIS WEEK A REAL CURTAIN YALUE! Lace Marquisette All widths lengths to PER PANEL We carry a complete line of CURTAINS, BATH MATS, LINENS, DRAPERIES Join Our Blanket Club ANN BRAUN SHOP 7909 Evans Ave. Rad.2148 ACTION HOME LOANS QET MONEY FOR HOME FINANCING? LOCALLY; Investigate our ONE LOAN PLAN. No renewals, no extra cost, interest reducing. See us today. 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The history of the theater from its early stages up to the present time will be the sub- ject for discussion. Windsor Park. The community service the press and publicity departments will present a joint program at the meet- ing of the Windsor Park Woman's club next Tuesday at p.m. in the Windsor Park Masonic temple. 75th st. and Coles ave. Mrs. R. Meade Seville, community service chairman, will present .a program on "Community Service" and Mrs. C. G. Myers, press and publicity chairman, will present Horace F. Wulf in a discussion of the func- tions of a community newspaper. Katherine Borroff, pianist, will be presented by Mrs. John E. Balllie, music chairman. The board of directors will meet at ajn. with Mrs. Theodore K. Lely, president, presiding. South Shore. The South Shore Woman's club will hold a federation birthday party in the form of a dessert luncheon and bridge next Tuesday at p.m. in the club rooms, 7511 Yates ave. Mrs. Raymond Prakes, ways and means chairman, will be In charge of the arrangements. Park Manor Juniors. The Park Manor Junior Woman's club will meet next Tuesday eve- ning in the Englewood Y.M.C.A., 6545 Union ave. The program will be In charge of Lucile Olson, chair- man of the music department, who will present Susan McCann in a talk on "Teaching the Pre-School Child." The ways and means com- mittee. Mrs. F. H. Mathews, chair- man, will take orders for Christ- mas cards and gift wrappings. Pro- ceeds will be used for Christmas charity projects. First District. The annual card party of the First District, Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, will be held in the Sherman hotel Friday, December 8, at p.m. Mrs. V. Farrington Timme, district finance chairman, will be in charge. WILL CONDUCT TOUR. With Mrs. Bart E. McDonough, 7951 Wood st., in charge, the Mercy Mothers' auxiliary will conduct a tour through the Olson Rug com- pany, 2800 N. 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A panel discussion on "The Community Basis of Educa- tion" will be led by Frank E Baker, president of the Milwaukee State Teachers college. After a luncheon at 12 noon, there will be seven roundtable discussions, led by Earl Johnson of the Univer- sity of Chicago, Paul Misner, super- intendent of Glencoe schools; Hilda Taba of the Progressive Education association. John J. DeBoer of the Chicago Teachers college, Leo Ler- ner, president of the Lakeview Com- munity center; C. O. Arndt of Evau- ston Township high school, William W. Wattenberg of the Chicago Teachers college and George Guern- sey, editor of "Educational Trends." Chain Tables RENT OR Vintennes 4356 Capif ol Chair I 7O32 S. RACINE AVE RENT- A-TRAILER HAUL IT YOURSELF AND SAYE! WE HITCH TO YOUR CAR LOCAL OR LONG DISTANCE ONE WAY RENTALS Between Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati or St. Louis. 56 Wl 69lh Sti VInctnn.. TEL. 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