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Ancon Morning Musical Club Year Book

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Ancon Morning Musical Club Year Book
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Ancon Morning Musicale Club Yearbook 1937-1938
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HISTORY
One morning, twenty-two years ago, a small group of women met after a "Gym" class at the Ancon Y.M.C.A., as the Clubhouse was then known, and organized themselves into a Club under the leadership of Mrs. E. A. Steele, who saw the need of creating a community interest to take away the "temporary feeling" that prevailed, and to make the women feel that they belonged here. Thus on June 6, 1916, the Ancon Morning Musicale Club was founded with the object of "mutual helpfulness, counsel, and the cultivation and development of musical and literary excellence."
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THE HISTORY OF THE HARP

The hunter's bow was the common ancestor of the string instruments.
Numerous allusions to the harp are found in Mythology and in the Bible, carrying us back to the dawn of the cultural development of man.
Mercury is said to have invented the lyre, by making holes, in the opposite edges of a tortoise shell, through which he drew cords of linen. The cords were nine, in honor of the nine Muses. The lyre was given by him to Apollo, who became the god of music and song.
Genesis. 4:21 names Jubal as the father of all- such as, handled the harp and organ. 11 Chronicles 9:11 relates -that there were none such seen before in the land of Judah as the harps and psalteries that greeted Sheba upon her visit to Solomon.
The earliest harps were fashioned from shells and human and animal skulls, and later with wooden or metal frames. Great' variation is found in the sizes of the early harps, some easily carried in the hand, others being tall as the player.
The harp was much used for musical expression by the Greeks and the Romans. It was the favorite musical instrument of thea Egyptians. In very early' times in Germany, Scandinav .ia, France and Britain the harp was the most*':characteristic bardic instrument.: Both poets and singers of the Troubadours made use of the harp into the thirteenth century.
Folk music and minstrelsy were prolific in the invention and improvement of instruments. Dancing and the harmonious accompaniment of sacred, music stimulated this development. At the, end of the seventeenth century all musical' instruments engaged the serious attention of musicians.
The perfecting of the modern orchestral harp as a chromatic and transposing instrument was achieved in the early nineteenth century.
Throughout the age of man the music of the harp has been heard upon all the important events of life, those of worship and happiness, grief and war. Legend, poetry, literature contribute chapters to the history of the harp, as do archeology, statuary and the artist's brush.

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Prestblent
1937-1938

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Ito Mrs. Brown. Flowers for gou, 'milrs for iuu, Kwur for gou.
Arintle, ktubly, star, Generous of ahilitien TEaroe of personality, Zealous of surrress in atl rubrauors.
May the Wit spirit aho Bo brantifully eboweb gou.Kuuow there is gratitub e Nor lia hanibiwork.
C~taurnte ttornsou.

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3varb jof Prirectoni 1937-1938




BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1957-1938 OFFICERS

M rs. E D B ROW N ............................................
Mrs. HENRI HERFF ......................................
M rs. W 24. J. BARTLETT ................................
M rs. F H H ODGES ......................................
M rs. N N SH AW .........................................
M rs. W H W K oMP .................................
M rs. H ARRY Y ARD ......................................
M rs. KATHRYN DANIEL .......................

................................. P resid en t
.............. Ist. Vice President
...............2nd. Vice President
..... Corresponding Secretary ............. Recording Secretary
................................. T reasurer
................................. L ib ra ria n
............ unior Past President

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

Mrs. f. R. CLAUGHSEY .................
Mrs. CLAUDE ANDERSON ...............
Mrs. T. M. PRENDERGAST .............
M rs. G R K ELLY ........................
M rs. L. F. H ALLETT ......................
Mrs. CHARLES PETERSON ..........
M rs. D F. REEDER ......................
Mrs. J. H. STEVENSON ................
M iss EDE DEL VALLE ......................
M rs. R. D M OORE .....................
Mrs. DALE QUARTON ........................

................................ Program Chairm an
.................................. R eception H ostess
............................. D ecoration Chairm an
........................... Refreshment Chairman
................................ Publicity and Press
........................... Membership Chairman
..................... Student Award Chairman
.............................. Y ear Booh Chairm an
..................... Musicale Current Events
.................................. O official P ianist
. .............. ........................ .....................- C o u n s e lo r
ED. MACDOWELL fr., Music Club

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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

To the Officers and Members of the
ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB:
Music is a language that expresses the unknown. That dimly lighted corridor of our souls within us, where lie dormant our innermost longings, and our unexpressed feelings; the shadowy part, where all pain and sorrow and despair creep in, there to hide and die; these are given inspiration by the Music Masters who also have been exalted, suffered long and in the end triumphed.
Those who are given the gift of expression, tbat has been denied to us,-they voice the true language for us. We are comforted and inspired, bringing to the soul that sweet release.
Music is a wonderful field of interest. The more we understand it, the more we learn to express our feelings, our moods, our aspirations, in terms of music, the happier we will be. If we are the rare few who can write music as well as read it, if we are fortunate enough to play well on some instrument, we have an outlet for our inner life. The same thing holds true in varying degrees in other cultural arts. The more we tal e of them into ourselves, the richer our life will be.
A priceless gift is the gift of music.
Mrs. ED BROWN,
President

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ELEVEN




THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
ANNUAL TEA HOTEL TIVOLI
September twenty-ninth, 1937
Three o'clock

Federation Hymn and Collect Address of Welcome ..... .

.....................................-By the Members
Mrs. GEO. DEVENEAU, Accompanist
--.------Mrs. ED BROWN, President

TEA
PROGRAMME
V a lse A fla t M ajor -...... .............. ........................................................
W h irlin g D o ll ........................................ .............. .................................
Miss ELIZABETH TRAVIS, Concert Pianist en tour. Guest Artist
W altz Song from Romeo and Juliet ...................................................
S p rin g F a n cy -................................... ..... .............................................
Mrs. J. R. CLAUGHSEY Mrs. GEO. DEVENEAU, Accompanist

Polonaise A Major -.... Sample Facts .. ..

...... FREDRIC CHOPIN
--- CHARLES DENNEE ......... ------------- G ou NOD
-..------------- D ENSMORE
------ FREDRIC CHOPIN

MERRILYN BROWN .........................-Presented by Mr. H. A. MAC CONOUGHEY

FASHION SHOW "Around The Clock"

Mignonne--------.....

S w im ..............
Riding ............
Beach -...........
Commissary. Morning -------

SPORTS
-. ----.-.------ -- CHAMBONNETT..
-.- ----.---..---..-M ILADY
---- ----.----.----.-M ADURO ............ ..
_... M ILADY .............
....................-CHAMBONNETT..

Lingerie Exquisite ......................
Chinese Manderin Pajamas ...... Chinese Ceremonial Robe ........ Lingerie Adorable ......-..............
H ostess G own .------------ --- --------..
Boudoir and Tea Gown ............
Matching Mules ........................

----......................-Mrs. YANCY WILLIAMS
-------------- ---- ----Mrs. Claudis Pierce
-----------..---..--- Miss Rosalyn Pate
.................... Mrs. Claudis Pierce
....................-Miss Harriet Wier
--------------- --------Mrs. Claudis Pierce

SIESTA
_-MADAM DE HOND ....... ----........Miss Louise Reeder
..MOTTA ---....-.----.........- ---- Mrs. A. C. Van Brocklin
..M OTTA ...................................... M rs. Francis Conolly
--MADAM DE HOND ................... Miss Louise Reeder
..M OTTA ----.----......... .............. - M rs. A. C. Van Brocklin
__M OTTA ...............................- -. M rs. Francis Conolly
.MOTTA ......

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Luncheon -------Parisienne ......
Early Afternoon. T ravel .........
M atinee ........
G arden .........
Bridge .---- --

EVENING .MADAM DE HOND. .MADAM DE HOND.M ADURO ....... --
MADAM DE HOND
_MADAM DE HOND.MADAM DE HOND. .FRENCH BAZAAR....

AMERICA
T ea M usic -- ----- ----- ----- --- -- --- --- --I
A r t is t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Make-up-artist -Gennell Bliss Preparations ------Cosmetologits Mrs. E. Jorgensen ...............
M iss R osale Laurey ......... ......... ........ ..
Refreshment Chairman .... ......................
H o s t e s s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Decorating --
Mrs. Phillip Kelley Mrs. T. M. Drake
Yeai Book D istribution ....----- ----.... .........

Sound Technician,

SPECTATOR SPORTS ...M ADURO .............
...ABIGAIL ----FRENCH BAZAAR .......
- --A BIGAIL ......
.. .A IDIGAIL --------- ---...M ILADY .............
FRENCH BAZAAR -----COCKTIIL
.MADAM DE HOND .....
...A BIGAIL -------DINNER
..MADAM MASTELARI --MADAM DE HOND ----...A BIGAIL.. .. ...... ...
...M ADURO .............

Mrs. Anna Saphir Towery Miss Beatrice S. Gardner
-Mrs. Peter Shrapnel .Hotel Tivoli Beauty Shop Vanity Fair Beauty Shop Mrs. G. R. Kelly Mrs. Claude Anderson Mrs. D. F. Reeder
Mrs. C. Campbell
-Mrs. J. E. Westburg Mrs. H. Yard Mr. Newall Shaw Mr. Thomas Hebb

THIRTEEN

Miss Peggy Saunders ,Miss Alice Richardson
-Miss Virginia Cabell Mrs. Ruth Wallace .Mrs. Brenda Barnthouse .Miss Alice Richardson
-Miss Peggy Saunders
Mrs. Walda Helfert
- Mrs. Harry Boone
_Miss Harriet Wier
Miss Alice Richardson Mrs. R. S. Robertson
-Miss Rosalyn Pate
-Mrs. Ruth Wallace
... Miss Virginia Cabell
-Mrs. Walda Helfert
- Mrs. Euth Wallace .Mrs. A. R. Gralla
-Miss Louise Reeder
-Mrs. R. S. Robertson .Mrs. J. F. Klein

Club Salon Coed...

Debutante .Aboard ShipAt Home ---At the ClubInnocence ... Minuet ----.
SophisticateNuit d'opera. Romani ... Bayadere --Brilliante ----




THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
OPENING PROGRAMME
October Twenty-seventh, 1937
Nine-thirty o'clock

Federation Hymn and CollectRemarks by, the President Address of Appreciation ............

.................................-B y the M em bers
-.---........Mrs. ED BROWN
Vice-President, Mrs. W. J. Bartlett

PROGRAMME
C h a ir m a n .... ........ .... ............ .... ............ .... .... ............ .... ........ .... ....
P ro g ra m N o te s ...........................................................................
T h e O ld M o th e r ---- --------........... ...................................... ............ ....
I L o v e T h e e .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ............. .... ... .... .... .... .... .... ...
Mrs. PAUL L. CARROL, Sopran Mrs. CHARLES 0. PURDY, Accompani Romance Movement from the 2nd Concerto in D. Minor ------W alter's Prize Song from Die M eistersingers.............................
W !th S w eet L a v en d er ....................................................................
T o n e P o e m .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .. ........... .... .... .... ........ .... .... .... .... .... ....
Mr. NEIL BRANSTETTER, Violi Guest Artist
Mrs. E. S. BAKER, Accompanist

The Mountain Maid ---T h e Sw an .......................
Musicale Current Ever

--Mrs. J. R. Mc LAVY
-Mrs. J. R. Mc LAVY
... .. ... .... ... ..... G R IE G
. ................... ............--G R IE G
0
ist
.....................WIENIAWSKI
----.-.--.-.--.---..--..---...---- W A G N E R
---------- MAC DOWELL-AUER
...........................-K ILW ORTH
n
---------.-.--.-.-.---.------------- G R IE G

Mrs. PAUL L. CARROLL, Soprano Mrs. CHARLES 0. PURDY, Accompanist its ............................................................... By Miss EDE DEL VALLE

COMMITTEE:
Reception Hostess ----------Mrs. CLAUDE ANOERSON
A ssiste d b y ---. ---.. ---.. -_.. -.. --.. ---.. --.. --. -------. --.-. --.. .......... M rs. E M D R A K E
Mrs. PHILLIP KELLEY
Mis. KENNETH GILKYSON
Mrs. A. VAN BROCKLIN
D ecoration s _------------ - .................................................-M rs. W M J. B A RTLETT
Program Chairman ---- Mrs. J. R. CLAUGHSEY
Club Organist ...........................................................-Mrs. GEO. DEVENEAU
Ancon Masonic Temple-Courtesy of The Ancon Masonic Temple Association.

FOURTEEN




THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
SACRED CONCERT
BALBOA UNION CHURCH
Tuesday Evening, November 23, 1937
Eight o'clock

C hairm an ......... ..... .......
Federation Hymn and Collect. Organ THE ANGELUS ....

Mrs. WM. J. BARTLETT
......By the Members

Jules Massenct

Mrs. VIVAN STUTZMAN Guest Artist
Voice THE PUBLICAN .................. ..... ................ Van de Water
Mrs. DELPHINE CLAUGHSEY, Soprano Mrs. STUTZMAN, Accompanist
Violin 1ST. MOVEMENT HANDEL'S SONATA A MAJOR .... ................ Flandel
Mr. NEIL BRANSTETTER, Violin Guest Artist
Mrs. G. A. DEVENEAU, Accompanist Duet WHISPERING HOPE ...... ........................ .... Hawthorne
Mrs. CLAUGHSEY, Soprano Mr. MILTON SMITH, Baritone
Mrs. STUTZMAN, Accompanist

Organ & Piano ADAGIO E. Major..... -........
Wiegenlied
Mrs. STUTZMAN Mr. A. J. BARK
Voice BLESSED ARE THEY THAT MOURN.......
Mr. SMITH, Baritone Mrs. STUTZMAN, Accompanist Guest Artists
Organ PRELUDE AND CHRISTMAS PASTORAL From "The Manger Throne"
Guest Artists
Mr. A. T. BARKER

.... Alexander Fesca Johannes Brahms ER
... ........Ward-Stephens
........ C. F. Manney

COMMITTEE: Program ........... .......
R eception H ostess .........................
A ssisted by : .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .
Mrs. D. V. TINNIN
Mrs. PHILLIP KELLEY
Mrs. G. R. KELLY
D ecorations ...................... .. ... -- ........

Mrs. J. R. CLAUGHSEY Mrs. L. F. HALLETT .Mrs. LEON LOOFBOUROW Mrs. T. M. DRAKE Mrs. D. F. REEDER Mrs. MORRIS FIDANQUE
-Mrs. J. M. PRENDERGAST

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THE ANCON MORNING MUSICAL CLUB
PRESENTED BY EDWARD MAC DOWELL MUSIC CLUB
December Twenty-ninth, 1937 Ten o'clock
Mrs. DALE QUARTON, Program Chairman
Federation Hymn and Collect ....................................................-By the Members
R e m a rk s ................................................................................................-M rs. E D B R O W N
PROGRAMME
W A L T Z o p 64, N o 1 ............................................................................................-C H O IN
Virginia Freeman
F L IG H T O R T H E C H O ST S ..................................................................................-R ODGERS
H O LLA N D (D utch D ance) ........................................................................- T HOMPSON
Jerry Prager
L Y IN G D A ISY ...................... ..............................................................-JOHN P RIN GLE SCOTT
Margaret Meigs
SW AY IN G T R E E T OPS .........................................................................-- K ATHRN D ANIEL
Katherine Klotz
L IT T L E F R E N C H D O L L ......................................................................................-H O PKIN S
TOPSEY AND EVA ........................-ROBYN CLIMBING ......................-MAC LAUGHLIN
Katherine Mason
M I N U E T ..................................................... ............................................................-B E E T H O V E N
A vocal trio arranged by Branscombe BARCAROLLE_...L_ ....... ... OFFENBACH MAH LINDY LOU ----........ STRICKLAND
Margaret Meigs Clare Bougan Janie Hamlin
N A R C IS S U S _-.... ---.. ---..--- .--- .---- .--- ..--- ..--- ..---- .-------- .-.---- .-.-- .-.-- .-.--..---..---..---......... .N E v IN
Merrilyn Brown
M IN U E T L 'A N T IQ U E ................................................................... ................--P ADE IZEW SKI
Hilda Hinz
I KN OW .......................................... SPROSS TH E LILAC TREE ..................-G ARTL.kN
Janie Hamlin
T H E E A G L E ......................................................................................................-M A c D O W E LL
Frances Anderson
M A Y N IG H T ..........................................................................................................-P A L M G R E N
Ann Tobias
F A N T A SIA IN D M IN O R ....................................................................................... M OZART
Phyllis Zemer
COMMITTEE:
Program .......... Mrs. J. R. CLAUGHSEY Reception .......... Mrs. J. R. Mc LAVY:
Counselor Sr. Edward MacDowell Music Club ....................... Mrs. J. R. Mc LAVY
C o u n selo r J r E d w a rd M a c D o w e ll M u sic C lu b ..................... M rs D O R O T H Y H A M L IN :
Program Chairman ........................ Mrs. DALE QUARTON:
General Counselor Sr. and Jr. Edward Mac Dowell Music Clubs.
Decorations ............ --------....- --------- M rs. J. M PRENDERGAST
Refreshment Chairman ......... ..................... M rs. G. R. Kelly
Assisted by .............................. M rs. L. F. H ALLETT
Mrs. W. J. BARTLETT 'Mrs. CLAUDE ANDERSON Mrs. D. F. REEDER
Mrs. J. M. PRENDERGAST Mrs. W. H. KOMp Mrs. J. R. CLAUGHSEY
Mrs. ED BROWN




THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
AMERICAN INDIAN MUSIC
PRESENTED BY THE
PEDRO MIGUEL MEMBERS
January Twenty-sixth, 1938
Ten o'clock

Program Chairman, Mrs. L. M. ABRAMS
Federation Hymn and Collect ................................................- -- By the Members
R em a rk s .........................................................- ......................- -- ............ M rs E D B R O W N
Musicale Current Events -- ....- --- Miss EDE DEL VALLE
PROGRAMME
The Evolution of American Indian Music.
Mrs. GEORGE DEVENEAU
L a n d o f t h e S k y B l u e W a t e r - - - --- - --. . . . . . . . . . . ..-- - - - - - - - -.-.- - . - C A D M A N
0 Moon Upon the Water ----..---..---.----.----.--- ..-- ......................-- ---- ------- -- CADMAN
Far Off I Hear a Lover's Flute--------------------------- ..... -- -CADMAN
MISS FRANCES ANDERSON
Tribal Melodies and Words
Mrs. GEORGE DEVENEAU
Pale Moon ----.--- ..--- ..---...........................-- --- -- -------------------- LOGAN
By the Waters of Minnetonka ----..................- ------.................................-- -........ LIEURANCE
Indian Dawn ----........- -- ....- -- ---------------------.................................---- --- ---- ZAMACNIK.
My Sweet Love Call ----..---..--- .......-.---.------------ ..................------ ------- ----- --- .GRUNN
Mrs. Wm .j. BARTLETT
Mrs. GEORGE DEVENEAU, Accompanist

COMMITTEE
Program Chairman---.-.................. ..
R e cep tio n ............ ....................... .....................- --
Mrs. G. R. KELLY Mrs. H. T. LxssT
Decorations__ .-..

--Mrs. J. R. CLAUGHSEY
--Mrs. C. H. PETERSON Mr. E. D. STILLWELL Mrs. STANLEY WRIGHT Mrs. FRANK SULC .-Mrs. J. M. PRENDERGAST

SEVENTEEN




THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
PRESENTED RY
CRISTOBAL WOMAN'S CLUB Wednesday, February 23, 1938
Ten o'clock

Federation Hymn and Collect. R e m a rk s ........................................
Musical. Current Events ...........

----------- By the Members
------------ Mrs. ED BROWN
-Miss ED DEL VALLE

In Memoriam to Mrs. Margaret Shigley
PROGRAMME
Mrs. SALLY Mac LAUGHLIN, Program Chairman B y the B end of the R iver --------.-.--.--- ...................... ........
Songs M y M other T aught M e ----.--.- .....- ..- ............. ..... ............
T h e B la c k b ird ----.---- .---- .---- .---- .---- .---- .---- .---- .---- .---- .----.----.-..... ....... ....
Mrs. SALLY MAC LAUGHLIN, Lyric Soprano Mrs. EMMA NOE, Accompanist
T a r a n t e lla ---- .---- .---- .---- .---- .----.----.--.-.---... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
S o n a t a ... .... .... .... .... ... .... .... .... ...... .. .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .. .. . . .... .... .... ...
T h e S w a n ... .... ........ .... ... ........ .... ............ .... .... .... ............ ..... .... ........ . .....
Miss CHARLOTTE RAYMOND, Celloist Mrs. NORMA RAYMOND, Accompanist
D o N o t G o M y L o v e .......................................................... ...... .. .....
H o m in g ........ ............ ......... ............... ................ ........ -L ittle C h in a F ig u re ----.---- .---- .---- .---- .-- .-.-- .-.--- .---- .-.... ........... .......
Mrs. NORMA RAYMOND, Mezzo-Soprano Mrs. EMA NOE, Accompanist

COMMITTEE.
P ro g ram .................................................................
Reception Committee: ........................................
Mrs. A. C. PLATH
D eco ra tio n s .............................................................
Refreshment Chairman ........................................

.-Mrs. J. R. CLAUGHSEY ,-Mrs. GEORGE ENGELKE Mrs. RAY NORRIS Mrs. HUGH TURNER Mrs. J. M. PRENDERGAST
--Mrs. G. R. KELLY

EIGHTEEN

.-CLARA EDWARDS .................-DVORAK
..........-W EATHERLY
...................-SQ U IR E
.................... E CCLES
---------- SAINT SAENS
---..---..-----I-AGEMAN
--..--------- DEL RIEGO
......................-L E O N I




IN MEMORIAM TO MRS. MARGARET SHIGLEY
Reading of Resolutions of Sym pathy .............................................-By M rs. H ENRI H ERFF
A Tribute --------..---..-------..---........- ------- --...................................- --. By Mrs. D. F. REEDER
V ocal Solo : "N o N ight T here" ................................ ..............- .......... .. . -H P D ANK S
Mrs. R. L. DWELLE
Mrs. D. R. MOORE, Accompanist
RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY
Whereas: It has pleased the Supreme Architect of the Universe to call
unto Himself our most dearly beloved member, Margaret Shigley, whose earthly labors ceased on January twentyninth, Ninteen Hundred and Thirty-eight, be it
Resolved That in the passing of our member, her daughter, grand
children and great grand children have lost a devoted Mother and grandmother;
The Ancon Morning Musicale Club a faithful and valued
member;
The community a loyal friend and an esteemed citizen.
Resolved That we will ever bear in grateful remembrance the zeal
and fidelity with which our member discharged all her duties and will try to imitate her devotion to our principles.
Resolved That we tender our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the
bereaved family and ask for them the blessings of God in Heaven, whom Mrs. Shigley trusted and whom she served.
Resolved That a record of these resolutions be incorporated in our
minutes and a copy be sent to her daughter and family.
Lovingly submitted,
Mrs. ED BROWN,
President

NINETEEN




A TRIBUTE TO MRS. MARGARET SHIGLEY
By Mrs. D. F. REEDER
"We pause to offer a tribute of love and respect to the memory of Mrs. Margaret Shigley, whose membership in this club was of priceless value, whose long and faithful service cannot be estimated; and whose life we liken to the flowers which fadeth not, but go on blooming throughout eternity.
"It is a rare privilege to pay homage to such an extraordinary woman as was Mrs. Shigley. An inspiration to remember her life so full of good deeds, of love and service to God and mankind. A joy and pleasure to have had her as a friend, and to have had one a member of this club, who left the world richer and better; and may I say, a little nearer heaven by her having lived in it.
"To know Mrs. Shigley was to love her. She was so kind and gentle, so meek and mild; yet in her quiet and unassuming manner she was so strong, so brave and so courageous. Mrs. Shigley was truly a great woman. Maybe not in the way the world calls greatness for she was so generous in sharing for the benefit of others that perhaps she never accumulated a fortune of earthly possessions, but I am sure she laid up yonder riches far greater than silver or gold.
"Why? Because Mrs. Shigley's heart was so big,-yes, big enough to hold two of the greatest words in the English language: Love and Service. 'Twas love and service-the Christ-like spirit that ruled, reigned and dominated her every action in life.
"I had the pleasure of knowing Mrs. Shigley for more than twenty years. It was in those happy days, while she was teaching my little girls the joy and beauty in life-loyalty, respect, love and reverence, that I learned the secret of her many achievements. The key to her success was in her unselfishness, her tolerance, her patience and her keen desire to carry on to a successful finish.
"I will not take time to tell you how much she gave of herself, her time and her money in bringing more joy and less suffering into the hospitals, more learning into the school and greater love and reverence in the house of God. But allow me to say her heart was planted and rooted in this The Ancon Morning Musicale Club, and she loved it from the beginning and where there is love there is always willing service. She gladly gave both.

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"I do not know how many offices she held in this club, although I do know she did not care to stand in the limelight. She did not seek public praise and honor rather the more humble places and that is why she filled one of the greatest.
"Mrs. Shigley was a charter member of this organization and one of the chief cornerstones of the building. She was a strong admirer and a faithful supporter of the principles upon which this club was founded. The success to which you have now attained is due in a great measure to her untiring efforts.
"In conclusion may I sum up her life in the words of the Apostle Paul?
She has fought a good fight
She has kept the faith
She has finished the course.
And there is laid up for her (in that City Four Square) a crown of Righteousness.
"So weep not members. Our loss is Heaven's gain. He who does all things well has give Mrs. Shigley an everlasting membership written upon the Lamb's book of life."

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THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB PANAMA PROGRAM Wednesday, March 30, 1938 Ten o'clock
F ederation H ym n an d C ollect .........................................................-B y the M em bers
R em a rk s ---- ..--- .---- .-.-- ..--- .---- .-.--..--..--.................. ---- M rs. E n B R O W N
M usical C urrent E vents ...........................................................-M iss E DA D EL V ALLE
P ro gram C h airm an ........... ....................................................... M iss E D A D E L V A LLE
PROGRAMME
1 D M in o r S o n a t a ......... ... . .... ........................................... ---- --- ----- --.. ... -- V E R A C IN I
a. Aria
b. Corrente
c. Ritornello
d. Giga
2. R on d o ---- ---.- . . . . . . . . . . ............. M OZA RT, K R EISLER
Mr. BENJAMIN COHEN, VIOLINIST Mrs. GEORGE DEAVENEAU, Pianist Informal talk by Mr. Herbert de Castro on his pupil, Samuel Matlowsky M u setta's W altz, from L a B oh em e ..............................................................-B y P uccINI
A y A y A y -.... .... .... .... .... .......... .... .. .... .... .... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... O S M A N F R E I R E
T h e S t a r .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ...... .. .. .. .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....- J A M E S R O G E R S
Mrs. HELEN CORNELL, Lyric Soprano
Professor HUMBERTO VACCARO, Accompanist
1 S o n o t a .... .... .... .. .... .... .... ... .... .. .... ... .... .... .... ............ .... .... ... .... ................-C E 'S A R F R A N C K
a. Allegretto ben Moderato
b. Allegretto poco Mosso
1st and 4th movements.
2 L a G i t a n a ---- ---- ----... .... .... .... . .... .... .... .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .. ....... .. K R E I S L E R
Mr. BENJAMIN COHEN, VIOLINIST Mrs. GEO. DEAVENEAU, Pianist.
COMMITTEE:
P r o g ra m ..................................... ............ ..........................-IM r s J R C L A U G IIS E Y
Reception .................................................................... Mrs. 1). F. REEDER
Mrs. ALFRED M ADURO Miss )ORRIS MADURO Mrs. S. D. HURWITZ Decorations -----------rs. J. M. PRENDERGAST

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THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
FEDERATION DAY PROGRAM AND
THE ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING April 27, 1958
Ten o'clock
Benefits of Membership in the General Federation of Women's Clubs:
Mrs. J. HOLMAN STEVENSON
Benefits of Membership in the National Federation of Music Clubs:
Mrs. J. R. Mc LAVY
Annual Reports of the officers: Annual Reports of the Chairmen of Committees. Report of the Nominating Committee.
Mrs. CLAUDE ANDERSON The Election of Officers.
Adjournment

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THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
INSTALLATION PROGRAM AND ANNUAL LUNCHEON
May 25, 1938 -- Ten o'clock

Federation Hymn .............
Federation Collect .............
Program Chairman ............
A ccom panist ......................
Musicale Current Events-

In a Boat ........
In the Forest-

---------.----.------- By the M em bers
.....................-By the M em bers
---.------ Mrs. Wm. J. BARTLETT
.......... Mrs. H. M. SCHOLMING
-----.--.-. Miss EDE DEI, VALLE

PROGRAMME
.GRIEG Good M orning ----....- ------------------. GRIEG
--.. ---.. ---.. ---.. ---.. ---.. ---. ----. ---. ----. ----------. ----.R O B ER T S H U M AN N

Mrs. G. N. ENGELKE, Mezzo Soprano Neopolitan Love Song (From "Princess Pat") VICTOR HERBERT
T h e S w a n ... .................................... G R IE G A P a sto r a l ........................................-G R IE G
Mrs. H. E. HEAD, Lyric Soprano
Selections by the "Little Teater" Orchestra of the Balboa High School:
Allegro, Handel; Moderato, Beethoven; Sheppard's Dance, Shubert, Canzonetta, Mendelssohn; Braham's Waltz, Brahm; Braham's
Lullaby, Braham.
Directed by ................................-MARIE HOGGERTY
1st Violins, Neva Henrie, Janie Hamlin; 2nd Violin, Robert Whitley; Cellists, Gloria Shelton, Joe Haggerty; Viola, Roy Dwelle; Trumpet,
Charles Fair; Flutist, Bert Shelton; Piano, Marie Haggerty.
A d d re ss .................................... ...................................................................... M rs. E S B A K E R
Presentation of Awards ---- .................................... M rs. D. F. REEDER

to
Janie Hainlin Marie Haggerty Neva Henrie

Elmer Dailey

C a ll to O rd er ............................................................
Roll Call of N ew Officers ......................................
Installation of O fficers .......................................
Address by Outgoing President ...........................
Address by Incoming President ...............-- ............
Miscellaneous Business. Adjournment and Welcome of New Officers.
LUNCHEON
Served by All Star Circle. Ceremony of Lighting the Birthday Cake:

...... Mrs. ED BROWN, ])resident
--.....---..---..-.Mrs. L. F. HALLETT
.........-Mrs. HALLETT-MARSH ALL
..........................-M rs. E t) BROW N
....................-M rs. H ENRI H FRFF

Mrs, J. A. FENTON, Chairman. Mrs. J. M. PRENDERGAST

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CONGRATULATIONS
.to
MRS. HENRI11 HERFF
President and Her Officers
1938 1939
a brief pause in time
which enables us to hold
our endeavors to the light
for the purpose of comparison.
In the past twenty-two years we
have experienced the joy and thrill
of many beautiful friendships.
Today, comparison shows an increase
in the richness of your love and
loyalty to our Musicale Club.
From the depths of my heart I
extend to you loving greetings with a fervent prayer
that we may all be together in harmony
for many years
to come.




SPECIAL OBSERVANCES AND ACTIVITIES
GUEST PROGRAM TO THE CRISTOBAL WOMAN'S CLUB
GILBERT HOUSE COLON February 16, 1938 Three o'clock

PROGRAMME
Volgavind's Boat Song From "The Garden of Kama" A s W e P a r t .... .................................. ...........................................
Mrs. J. R. CLAUGHSEY Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair .................................... S
Drink to M e Only with Thine Eyes ....................................
Mr. SAM L. DEAVOURS Reading "The Legend of the Missing Bells:
Selection from "Panama Tapestry" ....................
Mrs. J. H. STEVENSON

Manhatten Serenade. Song of the Bayou----.

..................-LAURENCE HOPE
.-.By Mc NAIR ILGENFRITZ TEPHENS COLLINS FOSTER.
--------------- An old English Air
.....................-M iss SUE CORE

------------- LEWIS ALTER
.............-RUBE BLOOM

Mr. HOWARD KEENAN

Toselli's Serenade ...............................
In a Luxem burg Garden ..................
Mrs
The Glory Road ..................................

-..--- ..------ ----------. ---. ----. --. ---.-. --.-. ----. E N R IC O T O SE L L I
..............................-KATHLEEN LACKHART MANNING
. H. E. HEAD
..........................................-Poem by C LAM ENT W OOD
Music by JACQUES WOLF

Mr. SAM DEAVOURS
Accompanists- Mrs. RICHARD D. Moore, Mr. HOWARD KEENAN

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SPECIAL OBSERVANCES AND ACTIVITIES ST. LUKES' CATHEDRAL Wednesday, May 3, 1938
8:00 o'clock
ORGAN RECITAL
By Mrs. H. M. SCHLOMING, Choir Directress & Organist Sponsored by
THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
PROGRAMME
Le Cygne (The Swan) ..... -------...... SAINT SAENS
L.argo-e-M esto from Sonata No. 3, Op. 10 ... .. .... ....... ...... ... BEETHOVEN
W ar M arch of the Priests from "Athalia" .... ............ ......... M ENDELSSOIHN
Pastorale from Le Prologue de Jesus. (Traditional arranged) ...........- JOSEPH CLOKEY
N octurne N o. 2. Opus 9 ......-- --- ------......... ........ ........... CHOPIN
The Lost Chord (By Request) .... --- ---.. .................. SIR ARTHUR SOLLIRAN
Introduction to the 3d. Act and Bridal Choruts from Richard Wagner....LOIHENGRIN
F i n l a n d i a T o n e P o e m - . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... . . . S I B E L I U S

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.SPECIAL OBSERVANCES AND ACTIVITIES

In Memoriam: Silver Tea: Music Week, May 2 to 8, 1938:
Awarding of Silver Trophies: Club Sponsorship:

To Mrs. MARGARET SHIGLEY
February 23, 1938
Hostess: Mrs. D. F. REEDER
April 19, 1938.
Organ Recital at St. Luke's Cathedral.
Presentation: A Library of Music to The Panama Canal Library.
To Students of the Balboa High School.
May 25, 1938
Senior Group of the Edward MacDowell Music Club.
junior Group of the Edward MacDowell Music Club.
Program of Edward MacDowell Selections, and contributions to the Peterboro Colony Endowment Fund: at Kathryn Daniel's Studio.
Organ Recital, by MAITRE LEANDRE VILAIN, of Ostend, Belgium.

Some members of the Club are prominent in the music programs of the churches, and in music-lover groups, and in other Community Music activities.
There are frequent interchanges of the Panama City musicians and those of the Canal Zone on music programs.

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SPECIAL OBSERVANCES AND ACTIVITIES

SOCIAL MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Luncheon Mirimar Club: Hostess, Mrs. D. F. REEDER
March 2, 1938
Luncheon Hotel Tivoli: Mrs. ED BROWN, Honor Guest: Hostesses: Other Members of the Board.
June 10, 1938
Committees: Luncheon Mrs. F. H. HODGES
Mrs. CLAUDE ANDERSON
Gift Mrs. CHARLES PETERSON
Mrs. J. HOLMAN STEVENSON
Presentation of the "Chatta Cadena" to Mrs. ED BROWN: Mrs. IIENRI HERFF
Luncheon of the President: Hostess- Mrs. E-n BROWN
Gamboa, August 6, 1938
The March meeting of the Board of Directors was held at the home of Mrs. Reeder, preceding the Luncheon at the Mirimar Club. The other monthly meetings of the Board were held at the home of the President.
AN APPRECIATION
Since the organization of The Ancon Morning Musicale Club it has been most fortunate in having, from time to time, contributions to its programs by visiting musicians, some of whom are world famous.
Those musicians resident in the Canal Zone and in Paname City, other than the members of the Club, have always been most generous with their numerous appearances on the programs of the Club.
During the Club year of 1937-1938 the Club programs have been given variety and enhancement on several occasions by these nonmember musicians. The audience has ways been most receptive, and written appreciation has been expressed at the time by the Club through the Secretary for these program numbers, the memory (f which will linger long with all who had the pleasure of being in attendance.

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Pageantry; the beauty of the participants and costumes; the artistry of the floral decorations and details; music, song, soft lights; the joy of reunion; and the enthusiasm of all who arranged and attended the Annual Tea and Fashion Show combined to qualify it as a brilliant success.
Several women, prominent in official and social circles of Panama City and the Canal Zone, were the honor guests. These, with the membership and their guests, filled the Ball Room of the Hotel Tivoli to capacity.
The guest artist was Miss Elizabeth Travis, a youthful Boston concert pianist. Miss Travis was on a concert tour of Latin America with Mr. George Hoyen, her manager. She was representing the PanAmerican Union in a musical capacity. The exotic Miss Travis captivated the audience with her interpretation of the classical and modern compositions. Equally delightful were her encore numbers which were given in response to insistent applause.
Mrs. Claughsey, who is the possessor of a beautiful lyric soprano voice, gave generously of her talent. She was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Deveneau, who is an outstanding accompanist.
Merrilyn, the charming young daughter of Mrs. Brown, played a piano selection, receiving hearty applause from the audience.
Music for the Tea hour and Fashion Show was rendered by Mrs. Anna Saphir Towery. Mrs. Towery is an accomplished concert pianist and accompanist.
Mr. Harvey McConaughey created much amusement by his witty characterization of the pettiness and subtle intuition of the woman shopper.
The "Around the Clock" Fashion Show displayed an elaborate array of clothing, Frocks for street and sports wear, gowns for leisure and social hours. These garments were selected from the modistes and the leading shops of Panama City, as a demonstration of the suitable apparel for all occasions.
The models were presented in a clever manner by Mrs. Yancy Williams.
The decorations of the Ball Room were elaborate and most attractive, making a beautiful setting and background for the mannequins.
Place cards of original style designs and comments, done in pen and ink by Mrs. Brown, were at each plate.

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The large assembly was cordially received and delightfully entertained by Mrs. Brown and her numerous and efficient committees.
The Annual Tea was graciously presided over by Mrs. Brown.
The Year Book, as is customary, was distributed to the membership.
Mrs. McLavy was chairman for the program of October, bringing us Mrs. Paul Carroll, soprano, and Mr. Neil Branstetter, violinist, accompanied by Mrs. Baker. This was an excellent program, enjoyed by all.
The Sacred Program was held in the Balboa Union Church, the evening of November 23rd, and was a most inspiring program of organ and piano, violin and vocal numbers, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Bartlett. Mrs. Claughsey and the several guest artists rendered their selections with sympathic interpretation. The concluding number, "The Manger Throne," masterfully played by Mi. A. J. Barker, carried the mind into the approach of the Christmas season.
A nice audience assembled in the Kathryn Daniel Studio on Sunday evening, December 21, to listen to the music of Edward MacDowell and to add to the fund which was sent to the Association of the* Peterboro Colony endowment.
The friends present and the artists were thanked by Mrs. Daniel and by the President of the Ancon Morning Musicale Club for their presence and contributions.
On December 29th, under the direction of Mrs. Dale Quarton, Counselor, the Edward MacDowell Music Clubs presented a splendid program. The interest shown, and the talent displayed by these young students, were very gratifying as they bespeak an intelligent appreciation of music among the young people of the community.
A rare opportunity was afforded the music loving public on the ,Pacific side of Panama and the Canal Zone oD January 18th. Between the hours of 8:00 and 9:00 o'clock Maitre Leandre Vilain, world famous organist, gave a recital on the Hall Organ in Balboa Union Church. Maitre Vilain is organist at the Cathedral in Ostend, Belgium, and has played before appreciative audiences in many parts of the world. This recital was sponsored by the Club. The large audience was elated.

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The Pedro Miguel members presented a delightful program of American Indian music on January 26th under the chairmanship of Mrs. Abrams. Mrs. Deveneau's description of the evolution of American Indian.music made us truly feel the mood of the vocal and instrumental numbers which followed.
On February 16th, several members of the Ancon Morning Musicale Club went to Cristobal and presented a program at the Gilbert House, the clubhouse of the Cristobal Woman's Club. The large audience gave generous applause. Many other members were guests for the afternoon. The hostess Club graciously served tea on the veranda of the Gilbert House.
Love and Service was the keynote of the eloquent tribute to Mrs. Margaret Shigley by Mrs. Reeder, at the February program. "No Night There" as sung by Mrs. Dwelle, accompanied by Mrs. Moore, stirred the emotions.
The program of February 23rd was given by the Cristobal members under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sally MacLaughlin. Both Mrs. MacLaughlin and Mrs. Norma Raymond sang beautifully. Mrs.
Raymond's fourteen year old daughter, Charlotte, played a group of numbers very capably on the cello. The ladies from Cristobal were guests of honor at the Chagres Club luncheon. This was largely attended.
On March 30th the program was presented by members from Panama. Miss Ede Del Valle was program chairman. On this pro-, gram we were privileged to hear for the first time, Dr. Benjamin Cohen, guest artist, who was assisted by Mrs. Deveneau at the piano. Mrs. Helen Cornell, who possesses an outstanding lyric soprano voice, was also heard for the first time on this program. This was a splendid recital.
At all the morning meetings Miss Del Valle has entertained, in a fascinating manner with the gleanings of Musicale Current Events.
On the afternoon of April 19th, Mrs. Reeder, assisted bY the Board of Directors, gave a most delightful Silver Tea in her home. The proceeds are to be used for the Student Award Fund. The musical program for this occasion was an outstanding one. Dr. Benjamin Cohen
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and Mr. Neil Branstetter played a Bach Concerto for two violins, assisted by Mrs. Dale Quarton. Mrs. Quarton also presented a most interesting modern group on the piano. Mrs. Claughsey sang a group of songs in French, Italian and English. The guests were graciously received by the hostess, Mrs. Reeder, and Mrs. Brown.
The hospitality, the music, the bountiful tea-table, combined with the realization of the provision of the Student Fund for this year, filled all with joy.
At the meeting of April 27th, talks on the Benefits of Membership in the General Federation of Women's Clubs and in the National Federation of Music Clubs, emphasized the value of association with these national bodies. The Annual Business meeting with the reports of Officers and Chair-men of all committees followed.
The report of the Nominating Committee was made by Mrs. Anderson, Chairman. The Election of Officers for the Club year 19381939 followed.
At St. Lukes' Cathedral on Wednesday, May 3d. at 8:00 o'clock, the Organ Recital by Mrs. H. M. Schloming, Choir Directress and Organist, was sponsored in observance of National Music Wee. The rendition and the musical compositions of this program were of extraordinary quality.
At the May meeting of the Board a rising vote of thanks was given to Mrs. Schoming.
Through a committee composed of Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs. Komp and Mrs. Yard there was presented during National Music Week to The Panama Canal Library at the Administration Building, Balboa Heights, a Library of Music, for the use of the public, consisting of 1500 copies of secular and sacred music.
Since its organization the Club has been actively interested in the young musicians. In the past few years this interest has developed into a sponsorship. Mrs. Quarton, as Counselor, has capably executed this sponsorship with the Edward MacDowell Music Club groups. She has been assisted by the Senior and Junior counselors, Mrs. McLavy and Mrs. Hamlin.
The awarding of Silver Trophies to students selected from the Music Department of the Balboa High School has become an annual feature. In the presentation to the students at the May meeting Mrs. Reeder stressed that the Awards were significant of the Club's recog-

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nition of their earnest endeavors in the field of music. The students responded gratefully, voicing appreciation to the Club for the opportunities offered them. The Little Theatre Orchestra played a program of six numbers. Mrs. E. S. Baker, Supervisor of Music in the Canal Zone Schools, addressed the Club, giving a brief outline of the worK the students are doing in music.
The Ancon Morning Musicale Club, celebrated its 22nd birth-day anniversary, May the 25th, with a program that included the installation of new Officers and a luncheon at the Ancon Masonic Temple. Marshalled by Mrs. Hallett the incoming Officers were installed. Mrs. Brown turned over the office of President to Mrs. Herff, after a successful two years term. She spoae of the benefits derived from the Ancon Morning Musicale Club, thanked the Board of Directors for their generous support and cooperation, and the membership for its loyalty, and after congratulating the new President presented her with a beautiful block and gavel, a present from Mr. Herff. The incoming President was also presented with the Warrant of Membership from the General Federation of Women's Clubs, dated June, 1917, when the Ancon Morning Musicale Club entered that Federation.
Following her installation, Mrs. Herff installed her standing committees, explaining in detail to each, the duties of their various offices. The incoming President thanked the Club for their confidence in selecting her to preside the organization's destinies for the coming year, and after a brief but inspiring address, presented the outgoing President with a huge bouquet of roses as a token of the Club's esteem and appreciation for services rendered in its behalf. Mrs. Brown presented Mrs. Herff with a basket of roses carrying a corsage on the handle.
A group of songs rendered by Mrs. Head, lyric soprano, was enthusiastically received.
The Club's Birthday coincided with that of Mrs. Hallett. She was given flowers and the Club sang: "A Happy Birthday to You."
After an informal reception to the new Officers, luncheon was served by th6 All Star Circle whereof Mrs. C. L. January is President. It was generally agreed that the artistic decorations of the table could not be excelled. Lyres of gold with orchid ribbons, also flowers in orchid and gold club colors adorned the tables. Mrs. J. A. Fenton was Chairman. The three tier Birthday Cake made by Mrs. Zemer with it's twenty-two yellow candles lighted by Mrs. Prendergast and cut by Mrs. Hferff will be a picture long remembered. Mrs. Brown provided place cards of her own design congratulating Mrs. Herff, and her Officers.

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The Officers have all painstakingly performed their duties.
Mrs. Daniel, ex-officio Junior Past President, has been prevented from attending a number of the meetings, but her steadfast interest is known to all.
Mrs. Claughseyv, as Programs Chairman, has had tbe important work, with the monthly program chairmen, of co-ordinating the programs.
Mrs. Moore, as Official Pianist and as an accompanist, has contributed much of her talent.
To Mrs. Hallett has been entrusted all arrangement of the press notices.
Beautiful floral decorations have been arranged for each meeting byr Mrs. Prendergast.
An increase of 51 members has been reported by Mrs. Peterson.
When refreshments have been scheduled Mrs. Kelly has delighted us all.
An average monthly attendance of 180 has been reported by'.Mrs. Anderson. At all the meetings, members and guests have been greeted with cordiality by Mrs. Anderson and those assisting her.
The compilation of the summary for the Club year taxes the command of suitable words with which to describe the deligahtfulness of the programs and the activities of the Club.
There has been enthusiasm from the large audiences and by the musicians and singers, equally so on the part of all other, who in their various offices have efficiently performed their duties. Interwoven into every phase of the Club year has been the large personality of Mrs. Brown, with her generosity of abilities and her zealous endeavor.

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CONTENTS OF FOLLOWING PAGES

What every Club Member should know. Constitution and By-Laws of
The Ancon Morning Musicale Club. General Federation of Women's Clubs,
Collect for Club Women.
National Federation of Music Clubs,
Collect and Federation Hymn. Board of Directors of
The Ancon Morning Musicale Club, Year 1938-1939. Outline of Programs
for the year 1938-1939. Special Lists:
Charter Members, Honorary Members, Life Members,
and the Past Presidents. List of Members.

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""WHAT EVERY CLUB MEMBER SHOULD KNOW"
ALL MEETINGS (except special) SHALL BEGIN AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.
REGULAR MEETINGS THE LAST WEDNESDAY OR, EACH MONTH FROM SEPTEMBER TO MAY. BOARD MEETINGS ON THE FOLLOWING WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 9:30 O'CLOCK.
DUES ARE $2.00 A YEAR AND ARE TO BE PAID AT THE FIRST MEETING IN" SEPTEMBER.
ADMISSION TO THE ANNUAL TEA ONE DOLLAR ($1.00).
EACH MEMBER SHALL RECEIVE TWO (2) GUEST CARDS. ADD.&-T TIONAL GUESTS MAY ATTEND REGULAR CLUB MEETINGS UPON PAYMENT OF 25c.
THE COURTESY OF THE CLUB SHALL BE EXTENDED TO A RESIDENT GUEST ONLY TWICE DURING THE CLUB YEAR. ALL GUESTS SHALL BE REGISTERED IN THE GUEST BOOK.

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REVISED CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF
THE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB ORGANIZED JUNE 6T-. 1916
PLEDGE
Holding worthy of unfailing loyalty my membership in the Ancon Morning Musi cale Club, I will sustain its good work and guard its reputation.
The name of this club shall be "TiiE ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB."
The objects for which it is founded are mutual helpfulness, counsel, and the cultivation and development of musical and literary excellence.
The management of the Club shall be vested in a Board of Directors, elected
annually.
ARTICLE 1
SECTION I. The officers of the Club shall be a President, two Vice-Presidents, a Recording Secretary, a Corresponding Secretary, a Treasurer, a Programs Chairman and a Librarian. These Officers with the Chairmen of the various committees, shall constitute the Board of Directors.
SECTION II. In case of death, resignation, removal, or protracted absence of a member of the Board of Directors, the vacancy shall be filled by the Board of Directors if unexpired term of office is less than three months, otherwise by the Club.
ARTICLE II
SECTION I. The President shall preside at the business meetings of the Club and of the Board of Directors, and shall supervise all the activities of the Club. She shall appoint the Chairman of each committee.
SECTION II. In the absence of the President, one of the Vice-Presidents shall perform her duties. In case of all three being absent the next officer in line shall fill the office.
SECTION III. The Recording Secretary shall keep the minutes of the Meetings of the Club and of the Board of Directors, giving a report to the Club at each Business Meeting.
SECTION IV. The Corresponding Secretary shall conduct the Correspondence of the Club.
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SECTION V. The Treasurer shall be custodian of the funds of the Club which she shall pay out when authorized and duly signed by the President. The fiscal year shall close with the May meeting. The Treasurer shall make her report at the regular business meetings. At the annual meeting she shall make a full report of the year's expenditures.
SECTION VI. The Programs Chairman shall arrange the programs in co-operation with the Chairmen of the monthly programs.
SECTION VII. The Librarian shall be custodian of all music and literature of the Club. She shall keep a record of all properties.
SECTION VIII. No one shall hold office who has been a member of this Club less than one year, and no one shall he elected President who has been a member less tban two years; nor shall anyone hold tbe same office for more than two consecutive terms. No member shall bold more than one office at a time.
SECTION IX. The Chairman of each committee shall, with the other directors plan the work of the committee. She shall call a meeting of her committee at least once a year. Other meetings may be called at her discretion. She shall make an annual report.
SECTION X. The President shall appoint a Nominating Committee, Chnirman to nominate Officers for the ensuing year.
SECTION XI. The Chairman of each monthly program shall consult with the Programs Chairman and the President at least one month in advance of her program. She shall present bills for expenses incurred to the Board of Directors for approval and payment.
ARTICLE III
SECTION I. The qualifications for membership shall be character, intelligence and mutual helpfulness.
SECTION 11. An applicant for admission to the Club must be proposed by a Club member to the Membership Committee, and the application passed, upon by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall notify applicant of election by membership card.
ARTICLE IV
SECTION I. The annual dues shall be two dollars ($2.00). The Treasurer shall send to all members a notice for dues the first of the Club year.
SECTION I11. Members may be re-instated by a ina~ority vote of the Board of Directors present at any meeting.

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ARTICLE V
STANDING COMMITTEES SECTION 1. The President shall appoint the Chairmen of Standing Committes. The President is ex-officin member of all committees.
SECTION 11. The House Committee shall have general charge of the place of meetings.
SECTION III. The Decoration Committee shall have charge of all decorations.
SECTION IV. The Reception Committee shall have charge of receiving and introducing members and guests.
SECTION V. The Refreshment Committee shall have charge of all Social Refreshments.
SECTION VI. The Membership Committee shall receive the applications and fees of applicants, and submit the same to the Board of Directors.
SECTION VII. The Press and Puhlicity Committee shall have charge of all pub Iicity with approval of the President.
SECTION VIII. The Student Awards Committee shall function with the Music Department of the Balboa High School in the award of the silver trophies.
SECTION IX. The Edward Mac Dowell Music Clubs' Advisor and Counselors shall represent the Sponsor Club, by rendering assistance to the Senior and junior Groups.
SECTION X. The Nominating Committee shall nominate the Officers for the ensuing year.
.SECTION XI. The Year Book Committee shall compile the Year Book and have printed for presentation.
ARTICLE VI
MEETINGS
SECTION I. The Annual Business-meeting shall he held the last Wednesday of April. The Nominating Committee report at this meeting. Nominations from the floor are in order. Election of Officers takes place at this meeting. Installation of Incoming Officers shall be held at the May meeting
SECTION 11. The order of Business for the May meeting:
PROGRAM
Presentation of Student Awards.
Ceremony of Installation:
Call to Order by the President. Roll call of the Incoling Officers. Installation of the Incoming Officers. Presentation of the Gavel.
Presentation of the Chsairmen of the Standing Committees.

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Address by the Outgoing President.
Address by the Incoming President.
Reception to the Board of Directors, by the Membership.
Annual Luncheon.
SECTION III. The monthly Programs shall be held on the last Wednesday morning of each month (unless otherwise provided) at 10:00 o'clock. Necessary business may be transacted at these meetings. Two evening programs may be substituted during the year.
SECTION IV. Special Meetings of the Club may be called by the President at her discretion and also when requested in writing by five members of the Board of Directors.
SECTION V. The Annual Tea shall be held the last Wednesday in September.
SECrION VI. The Monthly Meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held on the first Wednesday of each month of the Club Year, at 9:30 o'clock.
SECTION VII. Special Meetings of the Board of Directors may be called by the President. Five Members shall constitute a Quorum.
SECTION VIII. All meetings are held in accordance wit h Parliamentary Rules.
ARTICLE VII
SECTION I. The Constitution and By-Laws may be amended by a two-th irds vote of members present at any regular business meeeting of the Club provided that notice of such amendment has been presented at the preceding business meeting of the Club.
ARTICLE VIII
AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION
SECTION 1. The retiring President of the Club each year shall become an exrofficio member of the Board of Directors for the next year.
SECTION 1I. No resident person shall be a guest of the Club more than twice during the Club Year. Guiest cards are to be presented at the door signed with names of guest and Club member.
SECTION 111. The Club year shall open in September with the Annual Tea, and close in May with an Annual Luncheon.
Members of the Board of Directors and of the several committees, shall keep in mind that all matters discussed at the meetings shall be given out only through the proper channels.

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GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS

COLLECT FOR CLUB WOMEN
Keep us, 0 God, from pettiness; let us be large in thought, in word, in deed.
Let us be done vx ith fault-finding and leave off self-seeking.
May we put away all pretense, and meet each other face to face, without self-pity and without prejudice.
May we never be hasty in judgment, and always generous.
Teach us to put into action our better impulses straight-forward and unafraid.
Let us take our time for all things; make us grow calm, serene and gentle.
Grant that we may realize it is the little things that create differences; that in the big things of life we are as one.
And may we strive to touch and to ]know the great woman's heart of us all; and, 0 Lord God, let us not forget to be kind.

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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF MUSIC CLUBS

COLLECT
We praise and thank Thee, Father, for the gift of music. Through us, as channels of Thy grace, may this blessed legacy be shared with all mankind.
Grant that we may exemplify in our own lives the harmony of Thy great purpose for us.
Give us magnitude of soul and such understanding hearts that we, who make music, be as players upon rightly tuned instruments responding to Thy leading.
Let us with renewed consecration dedicate ourselves to the purpose of our Federation to bring the spiritualizing force of music the to inner life of our nation. Open our minds that divine knowledge and wisdom may teach us how best to execute our pledge.
FEDERATION HYMN
To Thee, our God, Creator, King,
To Thee our hymn of thanks we sing.
Alleluia! Aleluial
Thy boundless mercy crowns our days.
Thine be the need of joyful praise.
Alleluial Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia]
Thy truth and patience make us know, Toward Thy perfection make us grow,
Alleluia! Alleluia!
Thy providence our path has led,
By Thy good grace our souls are fed,
Alleluia! Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia.
Free stands our country, blessed by Thee,
Bless Thou our souls with liberty,
Alleluia! Alleluia!
From selfish pride oh set us free!
With simple hearts to worship Thee,
Alleluia! Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
(Consisting of Officers and Committee Chairmen) Officers-1938-1939 M rs. H EN RI M H ERFF .................................................................. P resident
M rs. W M. f. BARTLETT ................................................ First Vice-President
M rs. FRED H HODGES ............................................ Second Vice-President
M rs. N EWELL N SHAW .............................................. Recording Secretary
M rs. FRANK SULC .................................................. Corresponding Secretary
M rs. W H W K oM P .................................................................... T reasurer
M rs. E UGEN E H EAD ........................................................................ L ibrarian
M rs. J. R C LAUGHSEY ........................................................... . P rogram s
M rs. E D B ROW N .......................................................... unior Past President
COMMITTEES
House
Mrs. PHILLIP KELLEY, Chairman Mrs. Emmett Zemer
Decorations
Mrs. D. F. REEDER, Chairman
Mrs. J. F. Prager Mrs. Chas. B. Campbell Mrs. Mary Hall
Mrs. G. R. Kelly
Reception
Mrs. L. F. HALLETT, Chairman
Mrs. J- F. Phillips Mrs. M. P. Benninger Mrs. W. G. Hull
Refreshments
Mrs. C. D. EPPLEY, Chairman
Mrs. A. C. Beard Mrs. A. R. Lombroia Mrs. J. F. Klein
Mrs. R. V. Murwin Mrs. H. Beckman Mrs. L. A. Taber
Membership
Mrs. W. H. KROMER, Chairman
Mrs. H. A. Comley Mrs. E. D. Stillwell Mrs. H. F. Stapf
Mrs. Albert Lindo Press and Publicity Mrs. NI. PRENDERGAST, Chairman Mrs. W. B. Ames
Student Awards Mrs. ALFREDO MADURO, Chairman Mrs. Morris Fidanque
Current Events
Mrs. J. R. Mc LAVY Mac Dowell Music Clubs Mrs. DALE QuARTON, General Advisor Mrs. f. R. Mc LAVY, Sr. Group Counselor Mrs. Dorothy HAMLIN, Jr. Group Counselor Nominating
Mrs. DOROTHY HAMLIN, Chairman Year Book
Mrs. E. W. MCGINNIS, Chairman
Mrs. T. S. Booz Mrs. E. F. Forbes
Revisions
Mrs. J. H. STEVENSON, Chairman
Mrs. H. A. Comley Mrs. Dove L. Prather




OUTLINE OF PROGRAMS 1938 1939
September 28, 3:30 P.M. TIVOLI HOTEL
Opening Day. Reception and Tea
Mrs. HFNRT H1ERFF, Chairman.
October 26, 10:00 A.M. ANCON MASONIC TEMPLE Panama Program Miss EDE DEL VALLE, Chairman.
November 30, 8:00 P.M. BALBOA UNION CHURCH Sacred Concert
Mrs. W. J. BARLETT, Chairman.
December 28, 10:00 A.M. ANCON MASONIC TEMPLE
Guest Program by the Junior Musicians
Mrs. DOROTHY HAMLIN, Chairman.
January 25, 10:00 A.M. ANCON MASONIC TEMPLE
Guest Program by the Cristobal Woman's Club
Mrs. NORMA RAYMOND, Chairman
11:45 A.M. Luncheon.
February 15, 2:30 P.M. GILBERT HOUSE. COLON
Guest Program to the Cristobal Woman's Club
Mrs. J. R. CLAUGTISEY, Chairman.
February 22, 10:00 A.M. ANCON MASONIC TEMPLE
Literature and Music
Mrs. PHILLIP KELLY, Chairman
March 29, 8:00 P.M. ANCON MASONIC TEMPLE Honor Guests Evening Mr. and Mrs. H1. H. EVANS: "The Flowering Trees of Panama."
Mrs. f. R. CLAUGHSEY, Chairman.
April 26, 10:00 A.M. ANCON MASONIC TEMPLE Annual Meeting Elections
Program- Mrs. ED BROWN, Chairman.
May 31, 10:00 A.M. ANCON MASONIC TEMPLE Open Meeting
Presentation of New Officers Presentation of Student Awards Program Mrs. E. T. BAKER, Chairman.
11:45 Luncheon.
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SI
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**Mrs. J. E. Westberg
**Mrs. Lucy Goolsby
*Mrs. Margaret Shigley
**Mrs. E. M. Drake
**Mrs. R. Z. Kirkpatrick Miss J. Maclin Beatie Mrs. Robert Brumby Mrs. John Van Hardevelt Mr. E. F. Attaway MI
*Deceased
**Present Member
HONO
*Mis. F. Richardson Miss Julia Allen Mrs. A. B. Flynn Prof. W. B. Myers Mrs. R. C. Harding Mrs. C. R. Chisholm Mrs. Louis C. Collins Mrs. Chester Harding Mrs. Roger Adams
*Deceased LI
*Mrs. E. A. Steele Mrs. j. H. Stevenson Mrs. 1. G. Garwxood Mrs. Lucy Goolsby Mrs. T. M. Reynolds
*Deceased

SPECIAL Li STS RTER MEMBERS
**Mrs. H. A. Comley
Mrs. E. A. Steele
**Mrs. J. H. Stevenson
Mrs. George Armiger
Mrs. Ted Marshall
Mrs. M. M. Jacques
Miss Lucy Nicholls
Mrs. A. B. Flynn Mrs. Walter Bray s. D. F. Moffatt

RARY MEMBI FE MEMBERS

Prof. Ernesto Valdivia
*Mrs J. J. Morrow Mrs. M. L. Walker Mrs. W. H. Smith
*Mrs. Harry Burgess Dr. Enrique Alvarez Mrs. Julian L. Schley Capt. M. Peterson Mr. J. A. Schneider Mrs. Jean Rose
*Mrs. Lou Shigley Mrs. W. H. Needham Mrs. Kenneth Gilkyson Mrs. J E. Westberg Mrs. Philip Kelly

PAST PRESIDENTS
*Mrs. E. A. Steele .......... 1916-17 Mrs. C. Patterson ..........
Mrs. F. G. Dexter ........ 1917-18 Mrs. E. F. Hamlin .........
Mrs. E. M. Goolsby .... 191-8-19 Mrs. W. H. Needham ....
Mrs. 1. H. Stevenson... 1919-20 Mrs. Morris Fidanque...
Mrs. C. R. Chisholm... 1920-21 Mrs. D. F. Reeder ..........
Mrs. R. C. Hardman... 1921 Mrs. H. H. Evans .........
Mrs. 0. S. Boyd ............ 1921-23 Mrs. F. R. Fero ..............
Mrs. Phillip Kelley ...... 1923-25 Mrs. Kathryn Daniel....
Mrs. T. S. Booz ............ 1925-26 Mrs. Ed Brown ..............
*Deceased

FORTY-SIX

1926-27 J.927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-34 1934-36 1936-38




ANCON MORNING MUSICALE CLUB
MEMBERSHIP LIST 1937-1958

Mrs. L. M. Abrams Miss Katharine Adam Mrs. M. Alexander Mrs. A. G. Ahlfont Mrs. W.B. Ames Mrs. Claude Anderson Miss Frances Anderson
Mrs. Ernest Baker Mrs. A. J. Barker Mrs. Daniel Barr Mrs. W. J. Bartlett Mrs. F. Beck Mrs. Harry Beckman Mrs. E. Behlen Mrs. M. P. Benninger Mrs. Frank C. Browne Mrs. Nellie Brown Mrs. Ed Brown Mrs. A. S. Boyd Mrs. Thomas Booz Mrs. M. F. Bradney Mrs. Arnold Bruckner Mrs. C. L. Bryan Mrs. George H. Buehler Mrs. Effie Butler
Mrs. Charles Campbell Mrs. C. D. Campbell Mrs. P. L. Carrol Mrs. George Chevalier Mrs. J. R. Claughsey Mrs. M. D. Claggett Mrs. Harry Comley Mrs. R. D. Colston Mrs. D.' S. Conklin Mrs. A. Connor Mrs. J. B. Corliss Mrs. M. Crooks Mrs. Harry Cornell Mrs. L. R. Cook Mrs. Doris B. Cox

Mrs. C. Da Costa Mrs. Morris De Castro Mrs. Dorothy Damon Mrs. Kathryn Daniel Miss Consuelo De Sola Miss Ede Del Valle Mrs. Max Del Valle Mrs. George A. Deveneau Mrs. John T. De Young Mrs. Malcom Dickson Mrs. Adam Dorn Mrs. T. M. Drake Mrs. F. N. Dunning Mrs. R. L. Dwelle Mrs. Jack Dyer Mrs. Brooke Dodson Mrs. E. A. Eckhoff Mrs. R. A. Elliot Mrs. George Engelke Mrs. E. A. Erbe Mrs. C. D. Eppley Mrs. R. S. Euper Mrs. H. H. Evans Mrs. J. A. Farr Miss Blanche Ferguson Mrs. A. L. Fessler Mrs. Wm. Fice Miss Elaine Fidanque Mrs. Henry Fidanque Mrs. Morris Fidanqcue Mrs. A. G. Fisher Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald Mrs. E. F. Forbes Mrs. Leonard Foote Mrs. L. H. Fourcher Mrs. Cyril E. Friedman Mrs. C. E. Fritz
Mrs. Antonio Garcia Mrs. R. A. George Mrs. C. J. Genis Mliss Gertrude Gibson

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Mrs. K. R. Gilkyson Mrs. R. P. Glass Mrs. W. B. Godfrey Mrs. Lucy Goolsby Mrs. A. Greig Mrs. Leon Greene Mrs. H. J. Grieser
Mrs. Mary Hall Mrs. L. F. Hallett Mrs. A. C. Harington Mrs. Dorothy Hamlin Mrs. A. C. Hamilton Mrs. S. G. Hattaway Mrs. A. H. Hatch Mrs. H. E. Head Mrs. W. C. Hearon Mrs. D. S. Heath Mrs. J. Helfert Mrs. Fred Hendriclson Mrs. Henri Herff
*Mrs. James A. Hess Mrs. F. H. Hodges Mrs. Herbert Hoffner Mrs. John Honer Mrs. Charles S. Hollander Mrs. George Howard Mrs. W. G. Hull Mrs. ). H. K. Humphrey Mrs. Edwin D. Hunt Mrs. O. R. Hunter Mrs. R. B. Hurst Mrs. S. D. Hurwitz
Mis. C. R. Jones Mrs. W. M. Jones
Mrs. John D. Kalar Mrs. E. A. Kamiske Mr. Louis Karzog Mrs. G. R. Kelly Mrs. Phillip Kelley Mrs. D. F. Kendall Mrs. R. Z. Kirkpatrick Mrs. J. F. Klein Mrs. W. H. W. Komp Mrs. W. H. Kromer

Mrs. John Le Roy Latimer Mrs. H. T. Leisy Mrs. E. A. Levy Mrs. T. Lichty Mrs. Albert Lindo Mrs. A. J. Lindo Miss Olga Lindo Mrs. A. R. Lombroia Mrs. L. L. Loofbourow
Mrs. H. A. Mc Conaughey Mrs. E. W. Mc Ginnis Mrs. ). R. Mc Lavy
Miss Greta E. Mann
*Mrs. George Michaelson Mrs. Alfred Maduro Miss Doris Maduro Mrs. Jack Maduro Mrs. Jacob Maduro Mrs. Fritz Marti Mrs. G. F. Miller Mrs. John J. Mathews Mrs. R. S. Mills Mrs. Samuel J. Milliken Mrs. Bessie Alta Mitchell Mrs. E. Mixon Mrs. A. H. Mohr Mrs. R. D. Moore Mrs. Charles Morgan Mrs. A. A. Murray Mrs. J. J. Murray Mrs. R. Murwin
Mrs. R. N. Norris Mrs. E. R. Norton
Mrs. Charles Peterson Mrs. M. Peterson Mrs. Charles Persons Mrs. Jack Phillips Mrs. John F. Phillips Mrs. Arthur C. Plath Mrs. C. L. Pierce Mrs. Earl Pierce Mrs. J. F. Prager Mrs. Dove Prather

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Mrs. J. M. Prendergast Mrs. Isabel Purdy Mrs. J. M. Purvis
Mrs. Dale Quarton
Mrs. A. R. Randolph Mrs. Frank Raymond Mrs. D. F. Reeder Mrs. Paul F. Renz Mrs. J. J. Ridge Mrs. Wade Ruzk Mrs. Jessie May Rosson Miss Carmen Ruiz Mrs. T. M. Reynolds Miss D. A. Sasso Mrs. R. D. Sasso Mrs. J. E. Seeley Mrs. H. M. Schloming Mrs. Lucile B. Searcy Mrs. Augusta L. Seele Mrs. M. M. Seeley Mrs. N. N. Shaw
*Mrs. Margaret Shigley Mrs. E. Simms Mrs. Louisa Smiley Mrs. E. R. Smith Mrs. Mildred Smrha Mrs. Anna M. Spearman Mrs. M. E. Stadig

Mrs. H. M. Stout Mrs. Herbert Stapf Mrs. E. C. Stevens Mrs. J. D. Stevens Mrs. J. H. Stevenson Mrs. E. D. Stillwell Mrs. Frank Sulc Mrs. Otto A. Sundquist Mrs. Gladys Sullivan
Mrs. L. A. Taber Mrs. J. V. Tinnin Mrs. Zelia Toledano Mrs. Anna Saphir Towery Mrs. Hugh Turner
Mrs. A. Van Broclin Mrs. Marshall Veney
Mrs. Allen Wallace Mrs. G. B. Weir Mrs. R. Weischadel Mrs. Ella E. Wertz Mrs. J.E. Westberg Miss Ruth Wright Mrs. P. F. Wilson Mrs. Stanley Wright Mrs. H. B. Yard Mrs. E. Zemer

* Deceased.

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Ulhr Anuronu Morning usirate tlub
prrnti he 1dear Nook of tphe (flb 1ear 1937-1938
to it members aui gurots at ther
Annual ~ra, 0iUaoli otel,
Beptember 28, 1938.
07r mear Nook of 117 (ubr n ear 1937-1938 las bern preparrb for presentation byj
lrs. 3. 1olman ternoon.

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