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Needlework Guild Head's! E n t e r t a in 'Several social events are now being given by the v direc tors of the Tucson branch of" the Needlework ^Guild--o: America. Mrs. Donald B. Lewis, president, has' announced that the .animartea,'Will be given Nov. 8, at the YWCA. A this time alj'the new garments, collected-are on"'display. Thr public is Invited. Mi?.'Lewis is .entertaing her members ~at a tea. Those invitee are Mmes. Delbert Secrist, Albert W. Gibson,. Ira, M. Appel, H. C James, John, S. Mlkell, Richard K. Hausmann, Samuel Grauman, Earl Brown, C, E. McKee, R. -H. Wllcox, R. W. Jenkyns, and Richard Bar- celb. ^ Dessert -Bridge Mrs. Leland Fredericks is entertaining her group at a dessert --Photo by Reg PIMA ^COUNTY REPUBLICAN. WOMEN entertained f opiate members of the party, at a tea Thursday afrernbon.aMhe L A.'Rqmtne ranch -'on Tanque -Verde .rd. Also honored were 200 n,c'w members -of the .-Pima .Qounty^Women's Republican cKib/Arnong'those attending were (left to right] Mn. Margaret "Rockwellbf Phoenix, national cornmitfeewoman; Fred Emery, president of the Pim'a County Republican club; Mrs. -Ruth Gaddis Jeffrie*,'- president of the Ariiona Federation of. Women's Republican. Clubs; Mrs. John 'Sun.dt,Jtreasurer'of-the Pima County Republican Women 1 * - club and coed-airman of the Republican central committeej-'Howard,-' Pyle, Republican candidate for governor; and Mrs. L F. Miller, president "of "tha Pima County'Republican Women's club. State Auxiliary Will Fete Livestock Show D e l e g a t e s ' The auxiliary to the Arizona Veterinary .association is .assisting in entertaining delegates and wives who wil attend the National United States Livestock Sanitary association convention at the-Westward Ho 'hotel in Phoenix Monday through Friday. Mrs. jitate-president. ! Other members of the Tucson Igroup are' Mmes. A. A. : Budurin [B. C. Christopher, E. L. Ccurtright, JJ. B. Favara, L, W. Fox, /W. A (Prey, L. P. Graham, J. L. Hinds, (Paul F. 'McQuown, W. "J. Pistor, y; .H. Shannon; 0.: G.. Welsman. and Walter Condon. "" : prizes, Souvenirs j -rhe Tucson. auxiliary has Tpro- {vided 'and -wrapped prizes for a ttour-day canasta and bridge tpurna- jment planned for the wives. An- jpther project of the local group has [been furnishing 100 symbolic ,Arl- *ona souvenlrs.to be distributed at toe luncheon Wednesday. J Among the activities planned [will be a joint banquet Thursday (evening. -Thursday afternoon dele- tales' wives will take a tour of the (Valley of the Sun. Goldwaters: .will ipresent a fashion show for the Wednesday luncheon. {Sahuaro S h r i n e ' s I o w e en Card ·B/^McQuqwn, Tucson, i: Hall Farty Is T u e s d a y l Sahuaro Shrine No. 2, OWSJ,.Is having n Holloween card party at 8 p.m. Tuesday in- the banquet room ft the Scottish Rite' cathedral: JThere will be prizes for bridge, canasta and .bingo. General chalririan Is Lillian H. Anderson, assisted by Viola J. Randall. « J Committees include: Tickets, Margaret Dovery, F.orrest Jennings, Viola Randall; prizes, Ethel .Perkins, Lillian Sexton, Helen Gunn, Edna Tribble, - Ruth . Balzar; decorations', Edith Cooper, Ruth Pearce, Leah Strand, Mamie Stevenson; serving, Louise Greenlee, Clara Holsclaw, Edna . Ramsey, Eunice O'Earr, Nina - Stapp; Betty , Wall, Flora Flick, Clementine Billiags- ley, Cora Gross, Mildred .Buckert, Mollie Boone, Kuth Bain- and ,Lucille Hussmann, - · - · Also On Committees , , .Otlier committees are: Table, setting,", Texte' · Guenther, Sharlot Sweiu, Florence · Covlngton, Agnes Black, Me'lanie Murrell, Jessie Hen derson: refres'hraents-V.Blanche Mac Kenzie,-Sylvia. Pagel, .Grace Abrams, Alice Glisson, Ollie Hussell Zelma Shewbert, Mabel Bartel, Sara Hobbs, Beverly White, Leah Coop, er- hospitality, 'Louise 1 - Gump Leola Ferguson, Bess Hilbert, Alice 'Thompson, 'Norene LeCave; tables and chairs, FranK Dillender, Lloyd MRS. M'QUOWN, pretident of the auxiliary to the .Arizona Veterinary, association, will.be in;Phoenix next week to' direct women's activities planned in connection with the National United States Livestock Sanitary association convening 'at the Westward Ho ' hotel ' Monday through Friday. The · veterinary' auxiliary is the hostess group. Ferguson, Ernest Hussmann, 'Jack Wall, Perry Greenlee., All members, -Masons, .Eastern Stars, their families and : friends are invited. Guests are asked ; to bring their oy.n .cards. M e d i c a T Auxiliary Luncheon Is Slated Mrs. Leo Kent, Pima'County Med- leal auxiliary membership chairman, is In charge o£ arrangements for the fall-membership luncheon to be held at 12.30 p.ra. Wedensday at the Tucson Country club. Mrs. Kfcnneth Baker Is in charge of reservations. : · , Fashion, Show · Cele Peterson will present showing ' of fashions during Jthe luncheon." Mrs. Hugh Thompson, legislative chairman, will .discuss pros and cons of the various initiative and referendum measures appearing on the November ballot. Pamphlets explaining the measures, prepared by the Tucson League of Women Voters, Will be distributed. Church Wonien To Have ^ Meet Friday The annual World Conununlty day will be* observed at the rqeeting of the United Council of Church Women at 2 p.m. Friday "at the First Christian church. The theme will be "Love Thy Neighbor." Program leaders are Mrs. -John W. Mclnnes and''Mrs. JKarldJtuiF "ger.'Mrs. Rosa Rhodes Larson Is in charge of music. - ^ ",, Thg service Is a part of the general progrn of. the,state convention, of the United Council of Churches which convenes here Thursday ,and Friday. " Tucson x'omen"wid "vriflter vJsitor» i are'-Ia- Trustee Of /Smith To Visit T u c s o n :The ''Smith College club, of Tucson .will .entertain Mrs. Jackson K. Holloway of Oregon, western, district alumnae trustee* at ,7:30 p.m., Monday at the Potter school for girls..' Girls-interested In Smith or-their parents, as well as parents of Smith students are.invited. Visiting alumnae are also -welcome. Socia '" Speaking Cecil Brown willbe honored a an informal reception In the Fiest room,of the Santa Rita hotel tomorrow evening, following his lee ture ;l for'the Sunday- evening forum at .the University of Arizona aud torium. With Mr. Brown in ,.th receiving, line will be Mr. and Mrs Bee' 1 Little- and Mrs. V. T.'Jeffries forum director^ Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dudgeon, wh have; returned from a honeymoon In northern Arizona,-* will be hon ored'guests at a reception,from to 5 p.m. tomorrow at the home- o Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McAllister, 106 W '-Prince rd. The couple .was.'mar ried Oct. 10 in" the. University-data Una 'Methodist cl.urch./The,bride is ;he former lola Xlass.Mr. arid-Mrs Dudgeon are now at home at -1104 W. Roger rd. Assisting' hostesse Will be Mmes. C. A. Anderson, R. J Bourland, Adrian Rubiiy, J. L.-Lank ford, and; Courtney Owen. Tucston 'riends-of the couple are invited-to attend the reception. ' - - .' · Sirs. E n g e n e B. Heap, Mrs Jeorge Watring and Mrs...William G. Boyd were guests at the Holly wood Roosevelt hotel, .-Hollywood Calif., this.'week-while attending the annual Opti-Mrs. convention. jy;at-the Tucson^Coun try club Wednesday included lunch eon and bridge. Guests of. Mrs lenry Dahlberg were Mmes. Stan ey Matthews, C. E. Hoge and Peter Burk. Mrs. James Goebel- enter tamed Mmes. Dirk Brokema, Jack Underwood arid Cleo Sparks. At the table with Mrs. B. P. Storts 'Jr. were Mmes. John Mikell, John Braddack and J, Elliott Dunseath. -Mrs. 'Royal -Irving was hostess Wednesday' at the club- honoring Mrs. Paul-W. Sprague, who-is new Alpha Chi Omega housemother and an -Alpha -Phi frorivJdaho. Guests were- Mrs. Dorothy Boyd, Alpha Phi housemother, Miss Katherine KitchIn,.Mmes. Max-P. Vosskuhler Marshall Beck, Marvel R. Polk John C. Park, George G. Jones, Edwin D. McKee and C. Zaner Lesher Miss Kay Van Sant was honored oday at a birthday luncheon by Miss Peggy Smith at the Smith esidence, . 2202 E. Hampton st., Catalina'' Vista.' Guests - included Misses Kay Tolson, Cathy Stofft, Terry Talmage, John Smith, Virginia .Marsh, Joyce Ballard, - Susan Dlrikmeyer, Wilma' Huggett, - Mary Carol Read and Marilyn Burke. Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, Welcomes. New Initiates^ P l e d g e s Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi honored new pledges and fall Initl- , ates at the .annual formal banquet Damon, Misses Emily Machala, Tuesday evening In the Chinese rooin of the Pioneer hotel. Pledges were 'welcomed by the president, Mrs. Frank Ott. Miss Margaret Jirik responded. Toastmlstress 'was.. Miss Marilyn/JHeiman,' ., -" "- Decorations Yellow roses and ^candles, leaves and' fruits comprised the decorations.-Sorority, songs w.efe led by Mrs. Paul:Grlmes and Mrs:,Verrion McCracken. * , ',Fall,, initiates who.received the ritual of jewels wefe Mrs. Erwini Acuntius, Mrs. George- Lamprey, Miss Jo; Ann 'Smith, and .Miss -Kaye! Vosberg.- Pledges Include MmesJ Blaln Moke; Robert Cooke, Thomas Peylock," Ed, Hannlgan, William Betty. Jane u Sheridan .and Jirik. ^Members Attending- Members 'present were Mmes. Charles'Roberts, Grimes/Joseph L. Mitchell;,Ott, John.Cain, Hal Cal- hoiin, .William,,F.,McCaughey, Eugene Harrington, McCracken, R. G. KIrlandj Mllton:Mason; Misses Florence -Mazenko, 'Barbara Appleman, Helman.-'Lennice Mehne, Mary Set terberg and Mary Clare Barteck. . Guests were Mrs. David Wolfe, Miss Roberta Deere, former Delta members now affiliated -with- Ex- amplar chapter, and Mortenson, another member. , bridge. Her, guests include: Mmes. Arthur Brown, W. L. English, A. A. Hecht, R. V. Hensler,-Wade Loudermilk, J. A.-MuU'er, R, M. Riddell, L. H. Warren, ^S; W. Collins, S. E. Knudsen, and Lorln I." Buck. Among the guests at a tea given by'Mrs. James S. Blackmore are Mmes. -Wallace' Alberts, James SIckler, Russell Oliver, Fred Moke, Elaine Itfoke, "Lamar Gotten, H. L. Doughty, Ed , Adams, Donald Redick, M. C. Woodward, Irene Brown, ,W. E.' Brain, C. J. Neumeyer, and Earl Comer. Mrs. Douglas Holsclaw Is having her members in .for teal .Those-who will attend are Mmes. Robert Reynolds, Wayne .G. Crutchfleld, Gerald Jones, ,C. C. Snoddy, Rollin · T. Gridley, Leslie -Johnson, C.'E. Britten, James Hearon, IT. L. Hudspeth, and Frank ,Lea._ Mrs. Ransom, Hostess Mrs., Harry Ransom is entertain : ing her directors and members at a tea, with guests. being Mmes. Thomas- Cook,, J. -Knox Corbett, William G:~Hall, Douglas Holsclaw, Herbert' Krucker, J. A. Mart, Paul Smith, .Josephine ,Le : Pine, -Glenn Barcus, W. H. Dalrymple, R. L. Pomeroy,- G. A. Bays,,"H. J. Dinkmeyer, A. L. Massey, David Baker, Anna Porter, Louise Frische, Ruth Wright, yerna Yocum,. Emma Berry, Blanche Haas, James Livingston,. C,, 0. Ainiet, Anna Thles, J. J. Bowen, Thomas Mooney, Charles Fowler,. Paul Monier,' Paul Sgutt, Lenna Surges, George Arm- ttiltzm S»turdy Evtnlna, Oct. 81, 1950 Open House Is Slated At Rose Garden strong, Leroy Delves, Sadie ·Barnard; The Tucson Rose, society organized Mar. 10, 1950, wil celebrate. the progress of "its project, the Tucson memoria rose garden, with an" open house from 3 to 5 p.m; tomorrow Everyone who-is interested-in. rose- culture may attend. The roses an at. the peak of autumn flowering arid are well worth the drive ou to the.,-garden on Randolph, way south- of -El' Conquistador, hotel,- on East "Broadway. Dr. Streets Assists Dr. R. B. Streets, plant patholo gist at the.. University, of Arizona has helped to organize the Rose society 'in .Tucson, to meet the need for .consistent, well-establishec procedure In growing roses in the desert climate. He has-been'for many years a-member of'the Amer [can Rose society, with which the Tucson group is affiliated, and was appointed one of three judges of the/national test garden in Phoenix at the Valley Garden center. More than 300 roses were plantec in;Tucson's. .'garden: last sprang.. All are sturdy,; well established plants, which proves the suitability of the location carefully, chosen 'by. the planning committee of the society, The soil: Is free of'.caliche, and-the entire garden Is fenced with high- *rade wire, and irrigation is- es- :ablished. The city of Tucson made Williams, Haroldjthe garden spot available, .and has Ransom- and Les co-operated in long-range planning to -Insure the permanence.of the garden. Dr. Streets will give a planting demonstration 'during' the Sunday open house, showing .preparations of;the.soii-; ; method of. planting, and describing subsequent care. To Discnss Plans Mrs. Mildred Jenson, associate professor of allied, arts ,at the university, who has-had charge of over-all -planning of, the , garden, will discuss the complete plan to be followed In the remaining plantings of roses and background trees and shrubs..Much .of the garden will be completed within the year. The mqnthly meetings of, the society are on the fourth Monday at 7:30 i p.m..and* will be held again this-season in superior courtroom No. 2, at the county courthouse. Membership is not limited 'at this tune. Business and professional men- and- 1 women are extended a sp'eclal. Invitation- to attend, i Mrs. Martha Fees, chairman of programs, has arranged for. diversified, seasonal workshop and program meetings, and-will include each member In the general planning. Assisting on ,her. committee Art Group Of TWG To Hear Robert Ludwig The Tucson Woman's dub art division will, hold its first meeting Monday- at 2 p.m.- in :he club house, Mrs. Rudolph J. Stone, chairman of the division; will present Robert Ludwig, director of the Tucson League of Art/and Crafts,'who: will'use as. his subject matter - "Modern .; Block Print." He will demonstrate.:'and discuss the practical -use of art In the home, using as his -medium an advance type of block printing. Studied In East 'The'artist s'tudied'at Manchester Institute, Hartford, Conn., In the heart of the textile Industry. He also taught arts and crafts-in Hartford for slx.years prior-to coming :o Tucson. Ludwig studied murals are Albert E. Kinder, Jr., Herman with A. J. Bogdonoy, a mural -painter of world renown. The meeting will hold special attraction for those who are Interested in originality In ulterior decorating, dress design., or sewing, judwig will answer questions'per- :aining. to. color and design. Mem- ers 1 and their guests are invited. Committee Members On'Mrs. Stone's committee'are Mmes. William. Freyse, Paul Kionka;-Russell Stambaugh, Albert Sieh, Albert -Coates, Celeste Robinson arid Miss'Anna Nordell. Members 'who are Interested In beginners' art class sponsored by ie Woman's club-are requested to the ontact Mrs. Stone. Mrs. R. R. Guthrie, club presi- _ent,.has announced an open meei ng of the board of directors of th lub. The meeting will be held a 0:30 a.m. Monday in the clubhouse Ul members are urged to attend iartlcularly officers and chairman Credit Women's Club To Install Officers The -Credit" Women's. .Breakfas lub.-will install new "officers a lancho Barra Nada at 1 ,p.m. tomorrow. ' Decorations -will be ..in the autumn'theme.; · Mrs. Thelma Holloway, past pr.es dent of district No. 11, will be the installing officer. -Mrs. Georges DeMeester will talk on her trip to iurope this ; summer.." Kengla, Mmes. Arthur Lynch, Zella Griffin/ Frank-Bryson/Carleton E. Towrie. s Community Project An "invitation has been sent to a-number .of local garden clubs -and civic groups, asking their participation in the establishment-of the memorial garden. Intended as a community project, the offices of the Rose society desire to maintain the garden in such a way as to *ive pleasure to the greatest num- 3er of people. Dues are nominal, and are-used, entirely for up-keep of the garden. Individual memberships now ..'. - '' . . ' ' ,'. . r;l ' --Photo by RcKl* RUM*U : HALLpWEENlj'TRlWMINSS, 1 In - refreshments, nom'-md table decoration^ mtere much in «vi- dence at the ^holiday party given this'week for 26" kiddies.at the Tucson nursery school. The hostesses were members of the Pueblo'Junior Woman's club activities' committee. Jeff, David, Beverly, Bill and Richard find the coolcies, punch,jack-o-lanterns and lollipops just what the doctor ordered. Mrs. J. B. 1Edmiston'was,.chairman 1 assisted by Mmes. Ned Mathews, Jack Burris, Linn Haien, "A. Delivan ·, Ross, Howard Carlson, James Morris, Blair Say lor, Thomas Chandler, D. J.. Hurst, James Mitchell and Howard Pumphr'ey. Mrs. J. B. McQuown also contributed to the party.' Incidentally, the school director, Mrs. Otto Myrland, is hunting new quarters for her brood, which rial outgrown the present school. The new location must be on a soutbiide bus-line. H A D A S S A H ' S MEMBERS' TEA TO BE TUESDAY Highlighting the fall season for. Hadassah 'is the annual member ship tea to be held at the Santa Rita hotel at 1 p.m. .Tuesday. "·Mrs.-. Herman Leesoh" -will .be juest speaker. .She is,, chairman of he. speaker's bureau, ano* presi dent of. a Los; Angeles, .chapter, of ladassah for;several .· years. : Mrs Leeson conducted one of the.-con erence sessions, at^last. year's regional session at 'Santa Barbara and has been chosen chairman of the' next, regional conference. Soloist At Tea ,,Although a-'comparative new- :omer ; to Tucson, · Lenore. Stern tein's voice has become familiar jo a great many Tucsonans. She will be -sciolist,"at the -tea;' From Chicago, she--has'sung with'the Chicago Philharmonic orchestra nd chorus under the'direction of William Albach. -Another entertainment feature (vill be,- pianist Larry. Hamet, 13 year old pupil of- Irving Core'tz Selections- will- be "Valse," (Minu:) by Chopin, and "Flight of the Bumble Bee" by, .-Rimsky-Korsa- soff. Planning Program President of Hadassah is Mrs. William "Davidson, ...membership chairman, Mrs. -1. R. Brand,- cochairman, Mrs. Meyer Agron. Hos pitality chairman is Mrs. Joseph Jrindis and Mrs. Jane Kurn is irogram chairman. ' 'The active membership commit- ee includes Mmes. Irene Rosen- zwelg, Herman Berlin, Abe Makler, Idney Kaderlan, Nathan Rakita, Edward Smotkin, Michael, Schaefer, Harry Direnfeld and William fessing. ' ' Those members planning .to at- end should calL-Mrs. Harry Diren- eld for.reservations. lassical Musical Club Slates Meet The Classical 'Musical club.'Whose ounselor is,..Mrs. Lotta Barrett, nil meet at 4:30 pjn. tomorrow in Madeline Berger hall of "the Temple f Music and Art. . The group will learn the Collect, a new song for ithe Junior divisions of the National Federation of Music Clubs. In addition to the scheduled program of piano solos, Odynne Macdonald will sing, ac- The women's group-of St. Cyril's hurch will have a" rummage sals t La PJazita from-S.ajn. to 2 p.m Miss Irma Friday. Those having rummage to Exairiplar contribute are asked - td bring ' ' 'articles^, to the church tomorrow total 60,-and a number of group companying herself on her ukulele, memberships have been taken, and Rosemarie Rogers will give a Plots are being established in the'reading, "The Middle Child." gafden by member groups, and will Last year's officers, -who were be suitably,marked, and cared for unanimously re-elected, Include: by the entire membership, under Richar/ Rogers, president; Vonda the guidance of Dr. : Streets, tech- - - · - · · · · ' · ~ · - - nical director, :Mrs. Jenson,. workshop director, and. Miss -Polly Lee, special consultant....;· Further information may be obtained by contacting the president, Mrs. L. A. Faculty Women Will Honor Newcomers 1 Club Officers Officers of the Newcomers' Faculty club will, be guests of,honor at the November tea and meeting' of the Faculty Women's club from 4 to t 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Maricopa hall on the. University of Arizona campus. Mrs. Edna E. Church, pianist member of the fine arts college faculty, Children To Benefit From Fashion Show The annual Exhibicion De Las Modas will be presented Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Pioneer hotel ballroom from 2 to 4-p.ih. The benefit fashion show will -be sponsored by the Catalina' Junior Woman's club arid the Pueblo Junior .Woman's club. The 'proceeds from-"the annual benefit fashion show .wiir be Contributed toward the support .of the Arizona . children's home' and the Tucson nursery school. Mrs. Ted S. Liles,. first vice-president of the Catalina club, and Mrs. Ann Noel Trost, first vice- president of the Pueblo club, will be cochairman of the tea'fashion show and In charge 'of air arrange: ments. Assisting them are members of the social committee 'of will present a program from 4:45 ;o 5 p.m. Receiving Line In the receiving line-will be^Mrs, Glenn H. Nelson, vice-president of the .-hostess club, Mrs. William- S. Berryhill, Newcomers' president, Mrs.. Herman Roemmich, vice-president of Newcomers, Mrs. L. A.; Carruth, secretary-treasurer of Newcomers,.Mrs. John,Shirer, Newcomers' corresponding ; secetary, and Mrs. Rex D. Rehnberg, publicity chairman for the Newcomers. Mrs. Rollin Pease Is . general chairman for the tea. Those invited to pour are Mmes. Byron Cum- mIngs,.W. S. Cunningham,, F. N. "uild and.G. E. P. Smith. Hostesses Assisting the hostess "chairman, Mrs. -Richard A. Harvill, will be Mmes. Arthur O. Andersen, Haakon i Bang, Elmer J. Brown, Paul '.S. Burgess,;Gordon M. Butler,.Thomas Chapman, Oliver K. Garretson, . , ^ Doth groups. Convention Styles The theme of the fashion show will be "Convention Fashions," as" Tucson will be the. hostess, to the western division convention to.'be held here in the spring; In the receiving .line will be. Mrs. Ralph: R. Guthrje, president of Tucson Woman's' club, Mrs. Paul V McQuown, ' president of the latalina Junior Woman's . club, Mrs. Howard D. Smith, president 3f Pueblo Junior Woman's club, Mrs. Harold W. .Doughty, junior idvisor' of the Catalina club arid Mrs. Donald E. Schell,- junior con- act advisor of the Pueblo club. lebekah Social Circle Slates Wednesday Meet The Rebekah Social -circle .will lold its monthly meeting Wednes,ay, November 1st' at the IOOF, 35 S. Sixth avenue. "A luncheon will be served -at 2:30 p.m. for which a nominal fee ·ill be charged. The committee in charge includes rtabel -Reager,. Ida Wolf,. Kitty ofoot, and Frances Faber. Following the- business meeting ards will be played in- the club- 'All Rebekahs and visiting- Re- Romine, or Peter Kelly. -the treasurer, Mrs. ESA S O R O R I T Y FASHION SHOW IS AT GRETA'S -Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority held a style show Wednesday evening- at- Greta's .Original Designs on North- Stone ave. Fashions ranged from very formal to casual, from cottons to suede. . · Hostess was ' Mrs. John Ellwln and Mrs.' Greta De Luca-was ccm- mentator.' Models, 'Included vMmas. Blair E.,Staymates, Paul T. Allen, Jack Stevenson and Miss Laura Tomlinson. Guests were -Mrs.. Vera Schoen- 3erger and Leona Sims. Members attending included- Mmes. Lowery Pennell, Donald - Copenhavef, Richard-- Apperson/Philllp ChapuiVRich- ard Pearson, Doyle Akey, Ray Hooks, Lloyd Fuller,- Charles Nielsen, Ned Mathews, John Carpenter Igbert Putnam/ and Miss Virginia lamilton. \- Modern Imperialism fs; Delphian Topic Gamma chapter of ".the. Delphian oclety will study-'the problem of modern "imperialism at Ifs'.meettog set for 10, ajn. Wednesday ;at the YWCA. . , -',-:-· ' ' ' The objective- is to consider 'the Influence -of the various modern mpires upon world -progress and their probable bearing on -lasting eace. · * '""·- """' .^ " - ' Mrs., Louis Hirsch-ls-%lfie.' leader and'speakers will be;Mmesr;C.'-C. Leydic, C,;-J: Hostetter,.Ralph-,-W. Bflby.;ari\tSam*" " 1 The'riew : "»ftdy Everill, secretary;', and : Rosemarie ekahs are invited to attend. L. Patrick and. A,! Louis Slonaker, 'Mrs. Andreas ."Andersen is in' charge of decorations, assisted' by Mrs. Thomas Smltham. ·.' Refreshment Committee "~ On the. refreshment committee are Mrs. Leland Burkhart, chairman, Mmes. Walter D. - Armer, Davis Bartholomew, Jean R. Beck, Robert A. Crowell, Charles C. Ellwood,.. George R. Fansett, Steve Fazio, A. F. Gegenhelmer, D. R. Hall,--Frank A. Hathaway Jr.,' Martin Hockdorf, Vernon L, Marsh,. John F. Molloy, Lathrop E. Roberts, H.- V. Smith,. Harvey F.. Tate, Na-" poleon- J. Tremblay and.Donald I* Webb. The university nursery building, will be open for children during'the tea hours. Mrs. Edwin F. Carpenter and Mrs. - Charles U. plckrell are sponsors of this project; ;Miss Viola- Fiscus will supervise the children, assisted, by faculty wlve% A. small, fee is charged. YW PROGRAMS O N F R I D A Y S BEGIN _NOV. 10 Friday programs will begin again at the. YWCA Nov. 10, according to Mrs. R.-L; Wade, chairman of the education'committee. As last, year, the day-.includes an opportunity for community service from 10 a.m. until noon, x a noon program ;;;EKILON'SISMA ALPH^ sororrryr had-« style^ihow, Wednw- ,;d«y «t".Greta'i;Origin«l:DesignV on 1 North Stone avenui. Mn. John- ^Ellvinri'lseatedJ'wor*^ Greta ,Origma\; ieaiurtng m penciMim nary ·- 1 " 1 L "' - aJu« skirt , while,.Wrs. Jack St»v»nson In the'Llbrary, and a.l p.m. luncheon and -speaker. The day Is sponsored by the education committee both for-'the YWCA-membershlp and:for' winter,' guests" in Tucson. .Board and committee members from o'ther assoqia- tlons are "especially invited- to par- , :icipate while th ey, are away ·{rom w their own associations. Mrs. 0. T. Norton, board presi- . dent, Mrs. W. E. Wilson, first vice- president and Mrs. Wade will Be hostesses Nov. 10. Mrs. C..E. Norris and Mrs.- Tom Gillesple will be in. charge-of reservations; Dr. Klonda Lynn is chairman of the noon program and Mrs. S. P. Clark will preside.' Mrs. A. B. Ballantyne is luncheon chairman, assisted by, Mrs. A. B..Schmidt, Misses Evalyn Bentley'and Ethelene Proudfit. Assisting with the service project again this year are Mrs. C. L. Doelp, Mrs.-rPaul : McCaslin, Misses Donna' Cooperider and Proudfit.- ·; Mrs. Philip Croxton Is-in charge of the monthly family trips arranged by the committee. Other committee responsibilities are^the craft classes which start another "· series the -week of Nov. 13; the Conversational Spanish, Nov. 7; r . bridge clasf.es, Nov. 14; and if there Is sufficient request,' group piano Wessons. - ' Friday luncheons are salad luncheons arid, those attending are'asked ,o make-reservations, if possible. The activities.have 1 grown and the' education committee has been de-'- veloped during the last few yeare^/ Mrs. E. G. Wood ha* been chair-? man for several years. Average at- - .endance last year, was 82; with a.-* 17 average; In-theifalL and tr.91,, iverage in 'the,;springvwhen more/' winter guests are,here;t "~ - Phrateres' motfierg 'and"*daugh-| tors' Halloween! party,-wiU be heldi ti.730"pjn. Monday.ln the patio of; , lma hail on^the^TJniversfty of Ari- r ona cainpus."'Hostesses will he the '*, executive committee'of'the Moth-^J modelled :«''pUin r -«cci»ory'' dr««t «nd - jacket «tt«ch«d : :wHJi : -kum- mtrpoc. p townglfli'~"org«nlratlon : ' on

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