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consolation grand C. A. A study of ".Lady Windermere's Windermere's Fun" by Oscar Wildo was conducted by Mrs. J. Russell Mount. Another play will bo discussed next Wednesday night under direction direction of Misa Lillian Nicholson. Itunimugo Sale. Tho Epworth League of First Methodist Church will hold n rummage rummage sale. Saturday and Monday at '2G15 Market. Those who wish to donate uro to telephone 481C. Mooting I'UNtponed. Tho meeting of Circle No. -3 of tho Women's Missionary Society of First Methodist Church arranged for today has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon. Catholic Daughters. The Junior Catholic Daughters will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at Knights of Columbus Hull. Study Class. The weekly Lenten study class will meet this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at Eaton Chapel. Mrs, E. L. Porter will conduct a study of "Roads to tho City of God." Rolnbtnv Glrlfi. Assembly No. 9, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, wlli meet tomorrow tomorrow night nt 7:30 o'clock at Masonic Temple. Cathulln Council. Galvoslon d i s t r i c t of the n o t i o n a l council of Catholic women will ,-ninpr _ at Cathedral Hall. State Senator T. J. Hoi brook will Boeak on "Education," It has been announced Mrs. Charles J. Stubbs, chairman. All Catholic women arc invited to attend. TJ. T. D. Club. A. special meeting of the U. T. Club will bo held tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Herman Vojght, 4801 Ofc. NEW MEXICO TOWN HAS NEW 350-rOUND MAYOR By A88ocl8tÂ«l Press. Clayton, N. M.. April 2.--Claytoi believed it has elected the biggest nutyor In the United State?. Ira L. Penningrton was the ovfi whelminR victor in the munleip) election yesterday. He weighs 3fi pounds, measures five feet aroiin tho waist, is D feet 10 inches A republican, Pcnnlnxton dereated the taxpayers' ticket candidate. PIONEER DIES. By Associated Trees. Dallas, Tex., April 2.-~Mrs. Em fly Collins Blankcnuhip, 75, resident of Dallas for 50 years, died heru today at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Shuttles. She was active in church and cluh work had been a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, South for 60 years.