Grandfather Raymond Dancy mentioned.
Arizonans at Convention While almost everyone in the Valley has packed away woolens and rain-wear for the winter, 26 Arizona women are busy packing packing theirs to leave today for the Grand Council Session of the Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America, Inc., in Minneapolis. Mrs. Rudolph Schaffer of Scottsdale, High J'riestess of Sphinx Court No. 65 of the Or- def, and 23 members of the local court will attend the council council sessions beginning Sunday through next Friday. National officers will be named, and philanthropic efforts efforts will be tabulated at the Chapter Sets Installation Officers will be installed at the 8 p.m. meeting Tuesday of Xi Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in the home of Mrs. Paul Wagner, 4722 E. Wilshire Drive. New officers are Mmes. Bernard Bernard Bertolet, president; Luther Hill, vice president; Marvin ere Mmes. Slgney Broger and Paul Waper, alternate. Speakers for the meeting program program will be Mmes. Robert Tapp and John Zannis. Mrs. John Drach will receive a 25 year membership pin and award. sessions, to be attended by representatives representatives from 73 courts in the United States and Canada. Mrs. Schaffer will be accompanied accompanied by Mmes. J. D. Matlock, Globe, candidate for Grand Outer Guard; George V. Hall, Frank Kunna, and Gordon Brainard of Mesa; and Dom Martino, Clarence B. Stuckey, James Royal, Raymond Dancy, John Berger, and Harold Dull of Tucson, Phoenix-Scottsdate area representatives representatives will include Mmes. Stanley Tull, Malcolm Medill, James Stone, Arthur Hargrave, R. M. Butler, George Goldman, W. Robert Sharpe, Eula Malcolm, Malcolm, Elsie Plevel, Frank Clayton, Clayton, K, Dale Ryll, Thomas D. Robison, Frank A. Williams, John Bell, and John Roberts.