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Morningside Woman's Club M/A 2000.33.01
|Creator||Morningside Woman's Club.|
|Title:||Morningside Woman's Club|
|Repository:||James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library|
Morningside Woman's Club was organized in 1937. The club was previously known as the Morningside Literary Club.
Mrs. E. E. Adams, Mrs. R. S. Adams, Mrs. A. D. Alderson, Mrs. A. F. Anderson, Mrs. E. B. Anderson, Mrs. Frank L. Anderson, Mrs. Walter Anderson, Mrs. E. C. Banson, Mrs. D. S. Beggs, Mrs. H. E. Belcher, Mrs. Don Berg, Mrs. Clark A. Bishop, Mrs. A. O. Bjorklund, Mrs. C. C. Bolewine, Mrs. J. N. Bonneau, Mrs. G. P. Boyd, Mrs. C. N. Brackey, Mrs. William W. Brooks, Mrs. Ralph H. Burwell, Mrs. David Budensiek, Mrs. R. A. Bullard, Mrs. D. E. Cameron, Mrs. C. G. Cleophas, Mrs. Frank Dredla, Mrs. O. W. Carlson, Mrs. Roy Carpenter, Mrs. Robert C. Cole, Mrs. J. A. Collier, Mrs. A. E. Cook, Mrs. S. M. Corbell, Mrs. James E. Cracraft, Mrs. F. T. Cruzen, Mrs. Charles L. Davis, Mrs. Noel K. Dickson, Mrs. E. J. Dorsey, Mrs. William Dreessen, Mrs. Dewitt C. Dunham, Mrs. J. C. Eide, Mrs. Wyman Elliot, Mrs. Harry Entrikin, Mrs. G. W. Erickson, Mrs. C. O. Farm, Mrs. D. B. Fuller, Mrs. E. F. Garbrecht, Mrs. M. R. Gorman, Mrs. Fred C. Grabow, Mrs. J. H. Grant, Mrs. Fred W. Hasenbank, Mrs. A. M. Hawkins, Mrs. E. V. Hedges, Mrs. B. C. Hedren, Mrs. R. R. Helmerichs, Mrs. Frank Hemstreet, Mrs. W. T. Heron, Mrs. D. P. Hirsch, Mrs. M. W. Hodges, Mrs. A. C. Holm, Mrs. Gordon A. Hughes, Mrs. C. J. Hutchinson, Mrs. R. S. Jackson, Mrs. M. T. Jamieson, Mrs. Ed J. Jarnig, Mrs. K. P. Jensen, Mrs. L. F. Katter, Mrs. R. N. Kindwall, Mrs. W. R. Kohler, Mrs. D. E. Kohlstedt, Mrs. P. F. Krueger, Mrs. A. C. Lakeman, Mrs. L.E. LaMay, Mrs. H. A. Lober, Mrs. C. C. (Mary F.) McKereghan, Mrs. J. F. Martin, Mrs. Dwight Miller, Mrs. John A. Miller, Mrs. J. R. Miller, Mrs. J. E. Moore, Mrs. George O. Moss, Mrs. R.A. Mudgett, Mrs. J. D. Murphy, Mrs. C. Edgar Nelson, Mrs. G. L. Nelson, Mrs. B. J. Newby, Mrs. F. A. (Mildred) Norman, Mrs. C. E. Oades, Mrs. G. E. Olmstead, Mrs. H.O. Parry, Mrs. G. L. Patchin, Mrs. C. L. Peters, Mrs. R. A. Pirsch, Mrs. J. T. Probstfield, Mrs. W. H. Rabe, Mrs. J. E. Reed, Mrs. R. S. Reid, Mrs. John Rodgers, Mrs. Robert F. Rodgers, Mrs. R. C. Schall, Mrs. O.H. J. Seidemann, Mrs. P. W. Shipton, Mrs. M. E. Smith, Mrs. H. R. Sundt, Mrs. R. C. Tapp, Mrs. Oscar Thompson, Mrs. J. E. Tilgner, Mrs. W. C. Tomlinson, Mrs. H. H. Tuckey, Mrs. I. C. Venie, Mrs. W. W. Wages, Mrs. George T. Weber, Mrs. J. W. Wiggins, Mrs. J. P. Wilcox, Mrs. F. E. Winship, Mrs. O. T. Wolin, Mrs. Lynn Woodward, Mrs. C. P. Wyman, Mrs. B. C. Worthingham, Mrs. Thomas J. Zaluksy, Mrs. O. A. Zimmerman
In addition to the Regular club, the club was also divided into sections for specialized study. These sections held separate luncheons once a month. The section included an Art and Music Section, a Civic Section, a Domestic Arts Section, a Drama and Literature Section, a Garden Section, a Human Relations Section, and a Study Section.
Membership was limited to 100 women. Members had to reside in the Morningside neighborhood (some non-residents who were members before this rule took effect were exempt from this requirement).
Typically each regular club meeting had at least one hostess. The program was set by members of one of the sections The object of the club was to stimulate intellectual and moral development, to promote good fellowship among its members and to strength their individual effort for humanity by efficient organization.
Regular meetings were held on the fourth Monday of each month at 2:00pm.
One box. Collection consists of newspaper clippings about the Morningside Woman's Club, and the clubs yearbook spanning 1939-1954.
Continues Morningside Literary Club, see M/A 2000.32.01.
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|Yearbooks 1939-1954 (incomplete) -- Box 1, Folder 1|
|Newspaper clippings 1940-1943 -- Box 1, Folder 2|
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