Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on September 28, 1952 · Page 30
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 30

Phoenix, Arizona
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Sunday, September 28, 1952
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ri Page 8 Section 3) ALL PDITfOJg The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. Sunday, September 28, 1952 Matron Enjoys Floral Career BPW District To Convene Gala Picnic Will Open Club Year says, "it re- atmosphere," she quires little work." in art is the fundamental basis for florist work. Surrounded by, a bevy of blossoms everyday at work, she has only cacti around her adobe home. 'Besides blending in with the And to Mrs. King whose flower work isn't limited to eight hours a day five days a .week cacti certainly can be a blessing in prickly disguise. SHOW LOW, Sept. 27 "Ramparts We Build" will be th theme when District No, 1, Business and Professional Women's Club, holds its conference next Sunday in Show Low. The conclave will open with a reception from 8 to 10 a.m. in the Show Low theater, followed by a business session and group singing. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m., highlighted by an address by Mrs. Jesse Bagley, Phoenix, state president. Business will consist of committee reports, attendance award presentation, and making plans for the 1953 conference. Open House To Honor Phoenicians Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes D. Brush, Phoenix, will be honored at an open house reception from 2 to 5 p.m. next Sunday in Bethel House of Bethel Methodist Church. ssssms- The event will mark the couple's 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Brush have one son, James F. Brush, and three grandchildren, Grace Catherine Brush, William Brush, and James D. Brush II, all of Phoenix. The couple was married Oct. 5, 1902, in New Straitsville, Ohio, and came to Phoenix in 1917. They have been active in Bethel Methodist Church since 1920. The Pulaski Club will open the new season with a picnic at 2:30 p. m. Sunday in the club house. Dinner will be served, and there will be games, prizes and dancing. Mmes. Andrew Novak, Joseph Janis, and Joseph Kwiatkowski will be in charge of the kitchen, Mmes. Frank Schmidt and Casi-mir Killar will assist. Members and persons of Polish descent are invited. - I i ; Mn ". Vf:-i V' K ,If .;, fit - 1 LIBERAL TRADE iiiEBB lite I SfeVffifit my a4 1 - 4 ! wvn j J ' ' I M 'If ?VN i" A ' j "v X.-- l - - i - i - J j j -. O v ' i ; w ' h Am ' y O- ' 1 " ASC Dormitory Names Officers TEMPE, Sept. 27 Several coeds have been elected to fill offices 1 in South Hall, women's dormitory at Arizona State College. . They include Misses Lillian Leonard, Globe, treasurer; Elizabeth Davis, Gallup, N. M., secretary; Flossie Aimo, Gallup, sophomore representative; and Carollee Curtis, freshman Built for nvanJ! extra 7rm of trouble-free performance. Low tflWI pflWMMtS $30995 Qlobe Club Plans Tea GLOBE, Sept. 27 The Globe Woman's Club will hold its annual fall opening and membership tea at 2 p.m. Monday in the Old Dominion Library club rooms. ' Guest speaker will be Mrs. George O'Connell of Clifton, Southeastern district president. Her, topic will be "Federation," in connection 'with the district's theme, "Know Your Federation." Mrs. Craig Walling is tea chairman, assisted by Mrs, Chester K. Parker, decorations. A program of piano selections will be presented by Mmes. Lee L. Mc-Daniel and Charles McNulty. Executive board members serving as hostesses will be Mmes. Ike Williams, R. A. Grabe, Harold Lee, and M. B. Wenker. By MART FRANCES FUQUA Flowers with their pleasing perfumes and 'gay colors appeal to women the world over. Here in Phoenix where cacti take the horticultural spotlight women still find time for this inspiring and satisfying hobby. But flowers are more than just an avocation to Mrs. Kathleen King, 1530 E. Coronado. SHE AND her husband, Floyd, own and manage one of the city's most thriving floral shops and greenhouses. Haying lived in Phoenix since 1929, the couple have not always been flower fanciers, Kathleen taught language, and her husband taught in the city school sys-.Jtem. Since Mr. King was talented in wood work and his wife's pri-' mary hobby was wood carving, .the ambitious couple opened a garden shop which featured lawn "furniture and a few loose cut flowers as an allied art. - THE BUSINESS grew and -grew until the Kings found they ;had a new full time career ahead .but it included "flowers instead cf furniture. -. Because flowers play such a :inajor part in weddings June is , a very busy month for Mrs. King. : Sometimes she plans the entire , floral scheme bouquets, cordages, boutonnieres, and altar ? decorations. Or she follows the brides wishes if she has definite plans. Just as popular is the holiday . season when persons all over the -city, state, and nation are sending flowers as tokens of their ' love to dear ones. When the high school football ,hero or college fraternity man - wants something extra special in the way of flowers for his girl he stops at Kathleen's before ar- riving for his date. ', ALWAYS PLAYING up the color of the girl's gown, the ami-2 able matron continually is striv--ing toward the unusual in corsages. Sometimes I make a flower over by combining a fragile pink ' rose in the center o a white carnation or I use a flower not ordinarily used ill corsages," she says. Each summer the Kings visit gift shows in Los Angeles, where, they select pottery vases and figurines for their shop. Roses, gardenias, and orchids are shipped to them from San Francisco, while carnations come from Denver and during the winter, gladioli are tent from Florida. Propagating material is ordered from Puerto Rico and Florida. " HAVING ATTENDED a florist school in Los Angeles and studied art in college, Mrs. King believes that a good background OPEN PARTY . PLANNED Osborn Woman's Club will hold a bridge party at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the clubhouse, 17 E. Osborn. The party will be open tb the public. 1456 E. Van Bucen St. Colflen Anniversary A slden anniversary open VxOlueil iimiVClbdiy house next Sunday iri Bethel House of Bethel Methodist Church will honor Mr, , and Mrs. James D. Brush, longtime Phoenicians. (Republic Photo) Globe Woman s Club Names Officers For Years Work r A across from Cowfcr'Clubj Refrigerated Cooling Flower Fancier corsages, planning brid al decorations, and keeping books all are a part of Mrs. Kathleen King's profession as a florist. She is wearing one of her own creations a dainty-wristlet of tuberoses and carnations. (Republic Photo) APARTMENT HOTEL Transients Invited Furnished " Miss Judy Tissaiv Neiv Leader For Williams Rainbow Girls 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments George Evans, JLee L. McDaniel, and Williams. - Other appointive posts are held by Mmes. Evans, Bishop, McDaniel, Morris, Robert W. Taylor, Frank .Boseh, Buy Li-gon, Frank Healy, J. M. Gibson, W. E- Hogel, J.: J. Walker, Elizabeth Hoover, Mae Symonds, James . Ward, . Lee Anderson, George R. Legters, Craig Walling, Emmett Ryan, J. W. Shaw, Sarah Lightle, W. B. Baker. Hotel Service GLOBE, Sept. 27 Mrs. Ike Williams, president of the Globe Woman's Club, has announced officers who will assist in planning the year's program. . The club's main project is the operation of the Old Dominion Library. Elective officers include Mmes. Chester K. Parker, vice president; M, B. Wenker, secretary; Harold Lee, treasurer; and R. A. Grave. Library trustee board members are Mmes. Carl Bishop, Sam H. Morris, JacK Cochrane, State Head To Be Feted Mrs. Carmen Burkhart, Miami will be honored at a meeting of the Maricopa County Democratic Women's Club at 8 p.m. Friday in the Encanto clubhouse. Mrs. Burkhart is state president. The event also is being held in observance of National Businesswomen's Week. Mrs. Robert L. Weedon will. speak. Cards will be played. Mrs. W. S. Parkyn is party chairman. She is being assisted by Mmes. Ray Kraft, Jeanette Mahoney, Al Flood, and Mit Sims. - Swimming Pool Spacious Patios Kate Fuller, Mary Frances Ben-ham, Cheri Gardner, and Linda McKee. Installing officers were Miss Schnell, Mmes. Charles Way, J. L. Middleton, Ruben Dial, and Miss Joanna Porter. . A social hour followed the Fred W. Curts, M. J. McLane, J. Li. Fitzpatnck, Frank Healy, and William E. Keagan. WILLIAMS, Sept. 27 The Williams Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, installed its new officers at an open meeting recently in Masonic Hall, Williams. The new officers are Misses Judy Tissaw, worthy advisor; Mary Margaret Melick, worthy associate advisor; Delia Porter, faith j Doris Duf field, hope; Lynn Coffee, charity; Jeanette Donovan, recorder; and Sandra Schnell, treasurer. Appointive officers are Misses Jean Cox, Hope Mier, Pat Lebsch, Catherine Mayes, Alice Burrage, DeLois Rea, Mary Ann Way, Sally Southworth, Arlyn Cureton, A FJ1M3 BM V3&V WPI Club To Give Benefit Dance The Progress Club has scheduled a benefit dance for 9 p.m. Friday in Bud Brown's Barn, E. Northern Ave. Bud Brown's orchestra will furnish dancing music for the public event. Tickets may be obtained at the door. General chairman of the informal dance is Mrs. Lester C. Puteney who is being assisted by Mmes. Joseph Meyers, Lee Wheeler, Lawrence Slaughter, and Raleigh Applegate. Proceeds from the dance will be added to the group's sunshine fund which the group uses for welfare work. Begin' VoopvCcs-tggf KIovjj Coolidge Group Fetes Members COOLIDGE, Sept. 27 New members of the Coolidge Monday Nlghters Club were honored recently at a supper party in the home of Mrs. J. E. Shaw. They are Mmes. Afton Howard, Harley Hilgeman, Tobe Turpen, Freeman Higginbotham and T. C. Brashears. M.VGER and MAM AQ tfft OTHEJB KEBCILTS 3i5Unp iumitcd Service on All Slakes SEW-RITC, INC. 91tn Fm Van Bnren BR g-S3? YOU COOLER Limed Up WATER TANK Rusty WEE SCOT Wafer Conditioner Coolidge-Scouts Meet COOLIDGE, Sept. 25 A schedule of events was planned at a recent meeting of the Coolidge Girl Scout council in the Coolidge High School. Chairmen and leaders attended the event. Improvements at the desert campsite west of Coolidge are near completion according to Mrs. P. W. Loucks, campsite chairman. The campsite was recently acquired by the Scouts and -will be available to all valley "Girl Scouts. The Casa Grande Girl Scouts have assisted in the improvement work. Scientifically proven to b h lowast costing highly ffiIn wator conditioner on fho market. Vm i i, 1 UNCONDITIONAL 5-YR. GUARANTEE '" i r' V may qualify for a job with a real futures No previous telephone experience is necessary. You will earn as you learn to become a part of the highly skilled telephone team. 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