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Club Index



1 AFTERMATH. THE.

Miss Margaret Ward. President ; Mrs.
O. T. Behymer. First Vice-Prcsldrnt ;
Mrs. O. C. Neier, Second Vice-Presi-
dent : Mrs. S. A. Wiggins, Recording-
Secretary ; Mrs. George M. Christena,
Corresponding- Secretary ; Mrs. T. M.
Demmerly, Treasurer.

2 ART ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS

Mr. Evans Woollen, President : Mrs.
Addison C. Harris. Vice-Presidejit :
Mr. William Coughlen, Secretar.v ; Mr.
Howard M. Stanton, Treasurer.

3 CATHERINE MERRILL CLUB, THE.

Mrs. Frank A. Morrison, President ;
Mrs. Hugh H. Hanna, Vice-President ;
Miss Lavalette Miller, Secretary : Miss
Mina Merrill, Corresponding Secretary ;
Mrs. Horace J. Eddy, Treasurer.

4 CENTURY CLUB.

Mr. Charles Carrol Bro-wn. President :
Mr. .Tohn A. I-app, First Vice-Presi-
dent : Mr. Sol H. Esarey, Si^cond
Vice-President : Mr. Edward N. Canis,
Third Vice-President; Mr. .1. Walter
Dunn. Secretary ; Mr. Frank C. Stew-
art, Treasurer.

5 CLIO CLUB.

Mrs. Edward .1. Dunn. President : ]Mrs.
Nathan J. ^lasten, Vice-President ;
Mrs. .1. Edwin Kopf, Secretary : Mrs.
Harry G. Coughlen. Treasurer ; Miss
Emily McDowell, Critic ; Mrs. A. K.
Hallowell. Vice-Critic : Mrs. Lucretia
^McDowell, Delegate to Local Council.

7 COLUMBIA CLUB.

Fred C. Gardner. President : Sewall A.
Nebeker, Vice-President : Arthur C.
Wells. Secretary : Gustav H. Mueller.
Treasurer ; Charles Laperruque. Man-
ager.

S INDIANAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COM-
MERCE.

C. C. Hanch, President : Frank Mc-
Allister, First Vice-President : Andrew
Smith, Treasurer ; L. H. Lewis. As-
sistant General Secretary.

9 CONTEMPORARY CLUB OF INDIAN-
APOLIS.

Mr. Charles Martindale, President ;
Dr. John N. Hurty, Mr. Frederick R.
Kautz, Miss Anna Nicholas. Vice-Presi-
dents ; Mr. James W. Fcsler. Secre-
tary ; Mr. George C. Calvert, Treas-
urer.

12 COUNTRY CLUB OF INDIANAPOLIS.
Samuel D. Miller, President : Clarence
Stanley, Vice-President : Alfred H.
Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer.



13 CULTURE CLUB.

15 D. A. R. (General Arthur St. Clair

Chapter).

Mrs. John N. Carey, Miss Eliza
Browning, Honorary Regents ; Miss
Belle Dean, Regent ; Mrs. Henry Clay
Brubaker, Vice-Regent ; Miss Ruth
Williamson, Corresponding Secretary;
Miss Mary Shirley, Recording Secre-
tary ; Miss Elizabeth DeFrees : Treas-
urer ; Miss Eleanor Carey. Registrar ;
Miss Bertha Ellis, Historian.

16 D. A. R. (Caroline Scott Harrison Chap-

ter).

Mrs. Samuel E. Perkins, Regent : Mrs.
Charles E. Kregelo, Vice-Regent ; Mrs.
David M. Parry, Vice-Regent : Mrs.
Caleb S. Denny, Vice-Regent : Mrs.
Orin D. Walker, Recording Secretary ;
Mrs. Merritt A. Potter, Correspond-
ing Secretary, Mrs. William II. Kersh-
ner, Registrar ; Mrs. John L. Bene-
dict, Treasurer ; Mrs. George S. Wil-
son. Historian : Mrs. Robert B. Keith,
Librarian ; Mrs. Thomas B. McMath,
Chaplain.

17 D. A. R. (Indianapolis Chapter).

Mrs. Elias C. Atkins. Regent : Mrs.
Frank A. Morrison, Vice-Regent : Mrs.
Richard Smith. Recording Secretary ;
Mrs. Ward II. Dean, Corresponding
Secretary ; Mrs. Edwin H. Forry,
Treasurer : Mrs. Fanny Morrison, His-
torian ; Mrs. James W. Lilly, Regis-
trar.

IS D. R. (Anthonv Wayne Chapter).

Mrs. W. AY. Stockton, Regent; ilrs.
Cbas. M. Cross. Vice-Regent : Mrs-.
Theresa V. Smith. Secretary ; Mrs.
Wm. N. Picken. Treasurer ; Mrs. Ora
Lane, Historian : Mrs. II. L. Crimes.
E>eleg'ate to Local Council of Women.

19 DAS DEUTSCHE HAUS.

Mr. Albrecht Kipp. I'resident ; Mr.
Frederick M. Bachman, Vice-Presi-
dent ; Mr. Clemens Vonnegut, Finan-
cial Secretary ; Mr. Gustav A. Pfeiffer.
Recording Secretary ; Mr. Gustav A.
Schnull, Treasurer.

20 DEUTSCHBR MUSIKVEREIN.

Mr. Flerman P. Lieber, President : Mr.
J. George Mueller, Vice-President ;
Mr. H. W. Kothe, Corresponding Sec-
retary ; Mr. Clemens Mueller, Record-
ing Secretary ; Mr. Otto L. Kipp,
Financial Secretary ; Mr. Adolph
Walker. Treasurer ; Mr. Charles Meyer,
Jr.. Registrar; Mr| Arniin Bohn, Jr.,
Librarian.




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Schools and Chairman, Indianapolis College of Law.

Instruction Day, Night and by Mail.

Mr. HEEB offers you the easiest and quickest way to a better income. He
lifts you into a higher position. Tell him what you want. He will help you
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21 DRAMATIC CLUB, THE.

Mr. O. Laurence CTiambors. Prosidcnt :
Mrs. Frank Xicbols Lewis. Vce-Presi-
dent ; Mrs. Lawrence Belding Cuni-
mings. Secretary ; Mr. Oecar Schmidt.
Treasurer.

22 FORTNIGHTLY LITERATURE CLI'B.

Mrs. John N. Ilurt.v, President : Mrs.
Joseph Taggart. First Vice-President :
Mrs. Harry D. Tutewiler, Second Vice-
President f Mrs. William N. Wishard.
Secretary ; Mrs. F. Ellis Hunter, Cor-
responding Secretary ; Mrs. Everett
McL. Thompson, Treasurer.

23 FRIDAY AFTERNOON READING

CLUB.

Mrs. Elizabeth Daily. President : ilrs.
Elizabeth Taylor, Vice-President ; Mrs.
Elizabeth V. Spahr. Secretary and
Treasurer ; Mrs. A. Hornaday, Corre-
sponding Secretary.

24 INDIANAPOLIS HIGHLAND GOLF

CLUB.

Frank L. Jones. President : Dick
Miller, Vice-President : Win. F. Tay-
lor, Secretary-Treasurer.

25 INDIANA COMMANDERY OF LOYAL

LEGION.

Surgeon Charles L. Wilson. Command-
er ; Captain Woodson S. Marshall.
Senior Vice-Commander ; Dr. Fred-
erick R. Charlton, Junior Vice-Com-
mander : Captain A. M. Scott. Rec-
order ; Captain J. II. Lowes, Registrar :
Major Sanford Fortner. Treasurer :
Herman Munk. Chancellor ; Rev. A. B.
Storms, Chaplain ; Captain T. B. Wil-
kinson, Samuel D. Miller, General
Chas. Noble, Major J. B. Homan.
Captain Chas. D. Herron, Council.

27 INDIANAPOLIS GERMAN LITERARY

CLUB.

Mrs. Charles M. Walker, President •,
Mrs. J. George Mueller, Vice-Presi-
dent : Mrs. Margaret B. Segur. Corre-
sponding Secretary : Mrs. Theodore
Barnes, Secretary : Mrs. George Gas-
ton, Treasurer ; Mrs. August E. Die-
trichs, Librarian.

28 INDIANAPOLIS GUN CLUB.

Mr. M. E. Bdmondson, President :
Mr. Thomas H. Parry, Vice-President ;
Mr. W. C. Hofer. Secretary ; Mr. John
H. Neighbors, Treasurer.

29 INDIANAPOLIS LITERARY CLUB.

Jacob P. Dunn. President ; J. B.

Roberts, Secretary ; John N. Hurty,
Treasurer.

30 INDIANAPOLIS LOCAL COUNCIL OF

WOMEN.

Mrs. John F. Barnhill, President :
Mrs. Martha Gipe, Vice-President :
Mrs. W. T. Barnes, Recording Secre-
tary ; Mrs. Samuel R. Artman. Corre-
sponding Secretary ; Mrs. G. H. West-
ing. Treasurer.

31 INDIANAPOLIS MAENNERCHOR.

Mr. John P. Frenzel. President : Mv.
George G. Alig, Vice-President : ilr.
R. M. Mueller. Corresponding Secre-
tary : Mr. Frank L. Reissner. Finan-
cial Secretary ; Mr. J. W. Rhodehamel,



Treasurer : Mr. Fred Pintzke. Libra-
rian : Mr. Carl Gierke, Standard
Bearer.

32 INDIANAPOLIS MAENNERCHOR

LADIES' AUXILIARY.
Mrs. Herman F. Adam, President ;
Mrs. John P. Frenzel, First Vice-
President : Mrs. Julius Keller. Sr..
Second Vice-President : Miss Emma
Minter. Corresponding Secretary ;
Mrs. Reinie Miller, Financial Secre-
tary : Mrs. William Off, Assistant Sec-
retary ; Mrs. J. Wesley Rhodehamel,
Treasurer.

33 INDIANAPOLIS WOMAN'S CLUB.

Mrs. Meridith Nicholson, President :
Mrs. Fritz Krull. Vice-President ; Mrs.
Hugh II. Hanna, Jr., Recording Sec-
retary : Mrs. Henry L. Van Hoff, Cor-
responding Secretary ; Mrs. Frank
Nicholas Lewis, Treasurer ; Mrs.
Grace Julian Clarke, Federation Sec-
retary.

.34 INTER NOS CLUB, THE.

Mrs. Milo Stuart, President : Mrs. J.
L. Stacy. Vice-President ; Mrs. B. S.
Gadd. Recording Secretary : Mrs. J. H.
MotEett, Corresponding Secretary and
Treasurer.

35 IRVINGTON FORTNIGHTLY CLUB.

Mrs. John Oxenford, President ; Mrs.
C. P. Aten. Vice-President ; Mrs.
Florien Fry,. Secretary; Mrs. George
Buck, Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs.
Charles Winders, Treasurer.

36 IRVINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB.

Mrs. Thomas C. Howe, President :
Mrs. George S. Cottman, First Vice-
President : Mrs. Beecher J. Terrell.
Second Vice-President ; Mrs. John S.
Kenyon. Secretary ; Mrs. H. Noble Goe.
Treasurer.

38 LADIES' LITERARY UNION.

Mrs. Mae Moon. President : ^Irs.
Myrtle Hodges, First Vice-President ;
Mrs. Helen Fassold, Second Vice-
President ; Mrs. Eunice M. Newton,
Secretary : Mrs. Georgia Magruder,
Corresponding Secretary : Mrs. Laura
B. Hancock, Treasurer ; Mrs. Claudia
K. Erther. Delegate to Indiana State
Federation of Clubs ; Mrs. Adelaide
Phares, Alternate.

39 LATE BOOK CLUB.

Mrs. E. C. Rumpler. President : Mrs.
W. J. Riley and Mrs. E. D. Porter,
^'^ee-Presidents ; Mrs. W. D. Lalley,
Recording Secretary ; Mrs. John B.
Schramm. Corresponding Secretary ;
:Mrs. William Clifford, Treasurer.

40 MAGAZINE CLUB.

Mrs. A. J. Clark. President ; Mis.
William J. Sumner, Vice-President :
Mrs. Morton L. Edwards, Vice-Presi-
dent : Mrs. A. E. Shirley. Recording
Secretary : Mrs. O. H. Clark, Corre-
sponding Secretary ; Miss Gladys Ham-
mond, Treasurer : Miss Mary Roope,
Critic ; Miss Isabel Whitsit. Federa-
tion Secretary.




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41 MARION CLUB.

Claude M. McElwaiue. President ; Irv-
ing W. Lemaux, First Vice-President ;
Albert F. Buchanan, Second Vice-
President : Frank R. Deauuerly. Third
Vice-President : Lester F. Moorman,
Secretary : Frank Shellhouse, Treas-
urer : Donald A. Stackhouse, Joseph
T. Stokes and Leonard M. Quill, Di-
rectors.

42 MONDAY CLUB.

Mrs. John D. Johnson. President : Mrs.
Robert W. McBride. First Vice-Presi-
dent : Mrs. Lew G. Ellingham, Second
Vice-President : Mrs. George M. Coblj,
Recording Secretary ; Mrs. E. J. Rol3i-
son, Corresponding Secretary ; !Mrs.
Frank J, Sleight, Treasurer.

43 MONDAY CONVERSATION CLUB.

Mrs. Claire Dearborn, President ; Mrs.

Leroy A. Mansfield, Vice-President ;

Mrs. John S. Wright, Secretary-Treas-
urer.

44 MATINEE MUSICALE.

Mrs. J. S. Jenckes, President ; Mrs.
Carl Lieber, Vice-President ; Mrs.
Frank T. Edenharter, Secretary : Miss
Anna May Johnson, Corresponding
Secretary : Mrs. Herbert H . Rice.
Treasurer ; :Miss Sarah INIeigs, Libra-
rian.

45 ORDER OF DESCENDANTS OF CO-

LONIAL GOVERNORS IN THE

STATE OF INDIANA.

Mrs. Wilbur F. Winchester, State

Chairman.

46 OVER THE TEA CUPS.

Mrs. Robert H. Strong, President ;
Mrs. Hiram W. Moore. Vice-Presi-
dent ; Miss Frances J. Brownell,
Secretary ; Mrs. Henry Coe, Treas-
urer.

47 PARLOR CLUB.

Miss Elizabeth Nicholson. Honorary
President ; Mrs. S. Elliott Perkins,
Sr., President ; Mrs. D. L. W^ood,
Mrs. O. J. Dearborn. Vice-Presidents ;
Mrs. George F. Bass, Secretary ;
Mrs. David K. Partlow, Treasurer ;
Mrs. R. Harry Miller, Mrs. R. O.
McAlexander, Mrs. Horace J. Eddy,
Executive Committee.

48 PHILOMATHEAN CLUB.

Mrs. S. D. Farrabee, President : Mrs.
H. L. Grimes. Vice-President ; Mrs.
H. K. Buskirk, Recording- Secretary ;
Mrs. Julius S'liepard, Corresponding-
Secretary ; Mrs. L. G. Rothschild,
Treasurer ; Mrs. W^illiam Picken,
Assistant Treasurer ; INIiss Maud
McColley, Librarian.

49 THE PORTFOLIO.

Mr. Albert R. Kohlman. President :
Miss Roda Selleck, Vice-President ;
Mr. Herbert W. Poltz. Secretary ; Mr.
George C. Calvert, Treasurer.

50 PRESENT DAY CLUB.

Mrs. A. B. Conkle, President ; Mrs.
"W. C. Zaring, First Vice-President ;
Mrs. S. H. Thorpe, Second Vice-



President ; Mrs. H. S. Thurston. Sec-
retary ; Mrs. Rena S'. Kittle, Treas-
urer ; Mrs. F. L. Pettijohn, Federa-
tion Secretary.

52 PROCTOR CLUB.

Mrs. S. P. Sheerin, President ; Mrs.
J. H. W^ilson, Vice-President ; Mrs.
J. C. Cotter, Corresponding Secre-
tarv ; Mrs. J. G. McNutt. Recording
Secretary ; Mrs. M. W. Carr, Treas-
urer.

53 THE PROPYLAEUM.

Mrs. Henry D. Pierce, President ;
Mrs. E. F. Hodges, First Vice-Presi-
dent ; Mrs. George F. Adams, Second
Vice-President ; Mrs. George C. Hitt,
Secretary ; Miss Katharine Barnett,
Treasurer.

54 REVIEW CIRCLE.

Mrs. Peter M. Dill, President ; Mrs.
Thomas C. Hood, Vice-President ;
Mrs. Albert P. Smith, Secretary ;
Mrs. Harry M. Gentry, Treasurer.

55 SHAKESPEARE CLUB.

Hon. James B. Black, President ;
Mrs. Edward H. Davis. Secretary ;
Miss Mary A. Dye, Treasurer.

57 SKETCHING CLUB.

;\Iiss Edith Neubacher, President ;
airs. Stanfield Keeney, Vice-Presi-
dent ; Miss Nannie MofHtt, Corre-
sponding Secretary ; Miss Marie
Stewart, Recording Secretary ; Miss
Emily Helming, Treasurer ; Miss
Roda Selleck, Critic.

5 8 THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE
COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA
IN THE STATE OF INDIANA.
Mrs. .James Roberts McKee, Honorary
President ; Mrs. Arthur S. Brooks,
President ; Mrs. Frank G. Darlington,
Treasurer.

59 SOCIETY' OF COLONIAL W^ARS IN

THE STATE OF INDIANA.
W^illiam O. Bates. Governor ; William
B. W^heelock, Deputy Governor Gen-
eral in Indiana ; Col. Wiliiam .1.
Robie. Deputy Governor ; H. B. Hey-
wood. Lieutenant Governor ; Henry
K. Merritt, Secretary ; Charles B.
Coffin, Treasurer ; William C. Cun-
ningham, Registrar ; Rev. B. Wilson
Smith, Historian ; Rev. Lewis Brown,
Ph. D., D. D., Chaplain ; R. B.
Wetherill. M. D., Surgeon ; George
W. Wilson, Chancellor ; Merrill
Moores, Genealogist.

60 SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVO-

LUTION IN THE STATE OF IN-
DIANA.

James E. Somes, President ; J. R.
Morgan, First Vice-President ; James
P. Goodrich. Second Vice-President ;
Charles Martindale, Third Vice-Presi-
dent ; Chalmers Haniill, Secretary ;
Theodore Stein. Jr., Treasurer ; Gar-
vin M. Brown, Registrar ; Rev.
Christopher S. Sargent, Chaplain ;
Clarence A. Kenyon. Trustee.



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TVoodburn, Fourtli Vice-President ;
Hiram B. Patten, Secretary ; Elliott
R. Tibbets, Treasurer ; Harvey B.
Stout. Jr., Registrar ; Dr. F. ^V. Fox-
worthy, Historian ; Rev. Lewis
Brown, Chaplain.

62 ST. MARY'S OF THE WOODS CLUB.

Mrs. James H. Parkhurst, President ;
Mrs. Mary Koi'bly McNutt, First
Vice-President ; Miss Gladys Cope-
land, Second Vice-President ; Miss
Emma Ryan, Treasurer ; Miss Ruth
Ready, Corresponding Secretary ;
Miss Elizabeth Hawkins, Recording
Secretary.

6.3 THURSDAY AFTERNOON READING
CIRCLE.

Mrs. Henry R. Martin, President ;
Mrs. Ronald A. Foster, Vice-Presi-
dent ; Mrs. Clyde C. Gage, Secretary ;
Mrs. Harry A. Van Osdol, Treasurer.

64 UNIVERSITY CLUB OP INDIANA,
Hewitt H. Rowland, President ; Evans
Woollen, First Vice-President ; Wil-
liam M. Taylor. Second Vice-Presi-
dent ; W. P. C. Golt, Treasurer ; Oscar
Schmidt, Secretary ; Jphn D. Strachen.
Assistant Secretary ; Thomas D.
Sheerin, Librarian.

69 WOMAN'S RESEARCH CLUB.

Mrs. C. E. COTTINGHAM, President ;
Mrs. E. D. Clark, First Vice-Presi-
dent ; Mrs. J. P. Smith, Second Vice-
President ; Mrs, J. B. Wiles, Corre-
sponding Secretary ; Mrs. O. M.
Pruitt, Recording Secretary ; Mrs.
David Ross, Treasurer ; Mrs. M. P.
Ault, Critic.

70 ZETATHEA CLUB. THE.

Mrs. Charles R. Sowder. President ;
Mrs. John E. Spann, Vice-President ;
Mrs. C. E. Crippen. Secretary ; Mrs.
J. A. Mehaftey, Corresponding Sec-
retary ; Mrs. J. B. Jones. Treasurer ;
Mrs. Leo K. Fesler, Historian.

71 THE PLAYERS.

Mr. Robert F. Doggett. President ;
Mrs. Charles McNaull, Vice-President ;
Mrs. Albert Rabb, Secretary ; Mr.
James B. Steep, Treasurer.

72 GERMAN LADIES' AID SOCIETY.

Mrs. Adolph Scherrer, President ;
Mrs. J. George Mueller, First Vice-
President ; Mrs. Adolph Schell-
schmidt. Second Vice-President ; Mi's.
Robert Elliott, Corresponding Sec-
retary ; Mrs. Ida Kothe. Financial
Secretary ; Mrs. Otto R. Lieber, Treas-
urer.

7 3 BOARD OP TRADE.

Roscoe O. Hawkins, President ; Bert
A. Boyd, Vice-President ; '^Villiam H,
Howard, Secretary ; Tom Oddy,
Treasurer.



74 INDIANAPOLIS CANOE CLUB.

Harry G. Buschmann, President ;
Samuel K. Ruick, Vice-President ;
Lee R. Garber, Secretary and Treas-
urer ; Prank R. Demmerly, Recording


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