J.O.Y. Class Members Eniou Supper Affair J.O.Y. class of the First Presbyterian Sunday school enjoyed a Spanish-Italian dinner and party Tuesday evening at the church, dinner being served at 5 o'clock. The room and tables were colorfully decorated in the chosen theme, and the menu included typical dishes of the two countries, tortillas, frijoles with chill, spaghetti, Cole slaw and bananas. Anna Lee Smith, chairman of the committee in charge, designed clever invitations and also the interesting place cards, in the shape of sombreroes, with the menu inscribed thereon. Others on the committee were Carolyn Hallmark, Shirley Wissler, Jacqueline Richards, Betty Baldwin and Meredith Austerman. Miss Blanche Preston, teacher of Spanish at San Bernardino High school, was a special guest. Miss Preston has visited Mexico several times and told the girls in the language of the country how bananas are eaten by the natives. Dr. John B. Cavitt, pastor of the church, also was a .guest and said the grace be fore places were taken. Esther Burtt, who recently came to San Bernardino from China, where her parents are missionaries, spoke to the group in Chinese. She is now a member of the cjass. instead of a social hour, the girls devoted the time after dinner to making fans for a mission school in southern Arizona. Others, besides those already named, enjoying the evening included the teacher, Mrs. J. B. Erickson; and Misses Ardelle Bishop, Jane Brown, Aurice Wray, Phyllis Griffin, Dorothy Person, Inez Yano, La-Nada Willson, Mary Stephens, Mary Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Gladys Kupper and Eileen Stein.