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Leads in News--Advertising-- Circulation Burlingame--THE TIMES AND DAILY NEWS LEADER-San Mnteo, Calif. Tfkfi/ione 1900 MONDAY, MAT 15, 193!) MISS TWIGG AND PAUL OHRANEXCHANGE MARRIAGE VOWS Elder Ohran of the L. D. S. Officiates at Bride's Home Granted special permission by President Heber J. Grant of the L. D. S. church at Salt Lake City was Elder Charles A. Ohrnn of Burlingame so that he might reac the wedding service which united his son, Paul S. Ohrcn and Miss Bethany Marie Twigg yesterday afternoon. Elder Ohran has served as the president of the local branch of the Church of letter Day Saints for the past ten years. .Home Wedding At the 2 o'clock wedding at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ttalnh Twigg of Jefferson · court* San Mateo, the young couple stood before a bank of roses and lilies. The bride was lovely in a long white net over taffeta. Her veil was finger-tip length and she carried a bouquet of pink and orchid sweet peas. Hiss Virginia Twigg, who served as her sister's attendant, wore a lemon colored organdie and carried Cecil Bruencr roses. Two little sisters of the bride, Patricia, and Diane, were thn dainty flower girls. The former was in flowered pink organdie, and the latter in pink. 'Mothers of both the bride and bridegroom were in delft blue ·with corsages of white carnations. Robert Twigg was the best man. Those who witnessed the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Kalph Twigg, and Robert, Virginia, Patri- c a, and DIIUIP Twigg, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ohran, parents of the bridegroom. Reception for Seventy- Kive Approximately 75 guests callt'f at the Ohran home at the reception held from 2 until fi o'clock. A buffet auppor was served to friends and relatives of the two families. Among th» o u t - o f - t o w n guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slagel, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merrill, am Mr. and Mrp. P. G. Taylor, of SHU Francisco; and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hock of Oakland. At-thc conclusion of a .short tour south the couple will be at home on Myrtle road, Burlinpiinu-. Two years ngo thy TwiKg family cnme to this community from Los Ange- es. Local Builders The bridegroom, son of Mr. am Mrs. Charles A. Ohran of Uhu a Vista avenue, has lived here for sixteen years. He is the brother of Mrs.M. H. Hansen of Indianapolis, and of Harold, Lloyd, Carl Wallace, Kenneth, and Wilbern Ohran, all residents of the Peninsula. Mr. Ohran and the sons are in the building business. Graduated from the local schoo H. the brtdegi-com was in the marine service for four years during which time he made two trips to China. Engaged Girl, Juanita Ascher., Honored at Luncheon, Shower · -Co-hostesses, Mrs. Charles Leahy and Mrs. Walter Prescott entertained at a personal shower for bride-elect, Miss Juanita Ascher, in the social hall of the Leahy home, 812 Jefferson court, recently. White stock and snap-dragons sion. Luncheon was served at small tables decorated with Cecil Bruener roses. Bridge formed the diversion of the afternoon. Guests werr Mrs. Henry Ascher, mother of the bride-elect; Miss Juanita Ascher. Mrs. Peter Mogensen. Mrs. ]? rank P. Simmen, Mrs. Emil Barthold, Mr*. A. H. Senior Girls Ent Hawaiian At Grass skirt*, ukelele.% palm trees, and leis served to create an Ha- walian atmosphere at the dance given by Misses Lucile Hanson, Joan LeBrun, Pat Lane, Beverly Paul, Betty Sargent, and Marjory Sharp, members of the senior c ass of Burlingame High school, »t the North Burlingame Woman's club Saturday night. Bill Torello and hia Islanders provided music for the affair. The tropical spirit prevailed throughout the evening. Pineapple juice was served, and gardenias Bsvilockwuy, Mrs. Leffcrts Knox, Mrs. Percy Denrocne, Mrs. Harry Cookc, Mrs. 3. F. Cambiano, Mrs. Richard Fisihcr, Mrs. Albi-rt W. Dobson, Mrs. Anne Murphy, Mrs. John Denielt, Mrs. Bernard J. Page, Mrs. Thomas O'Day, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Evo Henciletti, Mrs. S, 0. Bowles, Mrs. Ruby Glenn, Mrs. W. E. Tourtelotte, Mrs, George II. Sandidge Jr., Mrs. George H. SamlidKO Sr., Mrs. F. J. Smith, Mrs. David Sacgor, and Mrs. H. D. Ascher Jr. Miss Ascher, daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. Henry D. Ascher, will wed Roger A. Mitchell, also of San Mateo, next month. ertain at mospliere Dance wera presented to each couple upon entering the hall. Leilani Kekuku danced a hula, and her brother Ed aiuig several Hawaiian novelty numbers. Bill Torello and members of the band also sang a number of popular Hawaiian songs. Clark Harris was a featured vocalist. Patrons and patronesses at the dance included Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Lauder, Mr. and Mrs. S. LeRrun, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Sharp, Mrs. K. E. Paul, Mr. and Mm, F. U Sargent, and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Lane. P..T. A. ACTIVITIES Local :*: State :*: National "DEMOCRACY" IS CONVENTION THEME Established as the central theme for the California Congress of Parents and TeacherR 1 convention to be held in Santa Barbara from tomorrow to Thursday is "Democracy as a Way of I/.fe." Although the 43rd annual session will be keynoted by simplicity, business will be stressed rather than the social activities. Five subjects will be considered during the development of the convention theme, including human relationships, self realization, group living, economic efficiency and civic responsibility. Speakers will include Mrs. Irene T. Heineman, assistant superintendent of. public instruction for California; Dr. W. Ballentine Henley of the University of Southern California, and Dr. Paul Poperice of the Institute of Family Relations. At the National Congress of Parents and Teachers' annual convention, to which delegates .' -am all over the .United Stages *vi'l trav- e , "Freedom for CronS" will be the theme under discussion. This convention will convene in 0!-. .- chiatti, Ohio, April 30 through May 4. Club Calendar "* TONIGHT .^jfBhbors of Woodcraft -- Carda. San Matt.o 1. O. O. F. hull, 8:30 ,1. m.; Mrs, B. Meehan, chairman. San Mateo A*«en:hly Order R a i n bow G I r l H -- Hoover liau, 7:16 p. m. San Mateo Park P. T. A.-- Hchoo a u d i t o r i u m ; Mrs, John B. Coekcroft pJtJiidlm:, 2:30 p. m. Sa Mateo B u s f n t t y and Proftfs- ftlonAl Women's Cluli-- I n s t a l l a t i o n ; KeflJ, Franklin hotel, C:lf. p. m.; Kttaor Loiiino Falvey, chalrmitn. Washington P. T. A. -- Home action, home Mrs. Sidney Cant well, 21fi Bayawjtc.r avnnue, 1:30 p. m. Kiwanls Club-- Luncheon, 12:15 p. m. 2-- Burllnpamfc I. O. O. F. Vll, 8 Owcene. Council, Degree of Poc*. hontan-- fa'hii Mated T. O. O. F. Kail. STW m. · -Daughlfira nt St. Georse -- Bonn of Sl.'GflorK* hftll. S p. m. Catholic D a u c h t t r * of A m w r i c a , JtlTTlptro Kf.n* Court No. 22C--K. of r-Haii, 8 p. m. MRJ3. E. E. FALL ELECTED PRESIDENT San Mateo Park P. T. A. will hold its monthly meeting tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. in the school auditorium, Mr*. John B. Cockcroft presiding. Mrs. Charles Herbert, vice president and program chairman, has prepared an interesting program which will include the A Capello choir, directed by Hubert Dunn of the San Mateo High school, and four members of the County Safety council whir.h will discuss "Traffic Safety," Miss Marion Hedrick leading the vital topic. Upon the resignation of the incoming president, Mrs. William Courtright, a special meeting was called and the vacancy was filled by the unanimous vote of the executive board present, electing Mrs. E. E. Fall to serve for the new year. Mrs. Fall and a large representation from the Park unit will eave after the meeting to attend the coriVfrkium at Santa Barbara. CONVENTION RADIO PROGRAM California Congress of Parents and Teachers Convention Radio program, to b-? prosu-hist. over Lhe Mutual Don Lee network and affiliated stations and released from KDB, Santa Barbara. Tuesday, May 16, Topic: "Human Relationships." 10:30 a. m. Address by Mrs. Irene T. Heineman, assistant Superintendent of Public Inatru- c ion of the State of California. Wednesday, May 17, Topic: "Group Living." 11:30 to 12. Address, "The Child must Take the Third Place," by Dr. Paul I'openoe, general director of the Institute of Family Relations of Los Angeles, California. Thursday, May 18, Topic: "Civic Responsibility." 2:30 p. m. to :} p. m. Address, "Democracy as a Way of Life," by Dean W. Ballentine Henley, director of co-ordination of the University of Southern California. Other programs are being arranged to be released locally dur- ng convention week over KDB and KTMS, Santa Barbara. Duo to convention therr- will be no broadcast of Dr. Gertrude Laws' program on Thursday, May 18 Song and Dance Team [·^·|HHH^^H ^^K^ll BPffl HF! if fc^Hp^P*^^ ^^^B 1 1 * *"^%pii'i If 1 N Donald Kirk of San Mateo and his accompanist. Davis Kirk, will give song and dance numbers when San Mnteo post JSo. 82 of the American Legion entertains tomorrow evening. Guests will include post members of Half Moon Hay, Daly City, and San Bruno of the Legion: Mutalan post of the VF\V, and Burlingame-Snn Mateo camp of the Spanish-American War Veterans. The parly will b« held in the San Mafco Legion hall. · St. Joseph's Military Academy Cadets Receive Many Aivards *' Beginning with a military mass CP cbratud in the chapel, the cadets of St. Joseph's Military academy here celebrated Mother's dav yrstcrdny with a program of military events. It was tho largest Mother's day celebration on tho Peninsula attended by more than 1000 people. Lmu's Byington, president of the Public Utility commission of Sun Francisco was guest speaker, introduced by chairman of the day, Fred Pfeifer, president of the Fathers' club of the school. He spoke of the trail of the Padres made up the Peninsula and of the building of San Francisco. He touched on the anniversary of the inauguration of President Washington and on America, the free home. Citizenship Privilege Others spoke on the privilege of American citizenship which we have as a frtiG gift while "millions a road would, if they could, take up citizenship here." David Horn of Belmont, making the American Legion award for citizenship, said "twenty-two years ngo two million of us offered our ives for freedom. We are handing the mantel down to you fellows." The military band and the cadet maneuvers were directed by Lieut. Thomaa Kennedy U. S. N. retired, Captain Edward Dougherty and Lieutenant Robert Marlowe. Special Awards Special awards included: com- maiidnnts medal won hy Anthony Franusich; Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution medal won by Robert Hockwald; American Legion medal won by Arthur Samuel; hand medals, gold mMal won by George Franklin; silver medal won by Sheldon Kiser; athletic medal won by Victor Jenks. Physical drill trophy was won by First BntUlion, Butts Manuel; and Second Battalion, U. S. Manuo , and presented by Louis Eying- ·on. The infantry drill was won jy A. Co. and presented by Mayor Harold Danforth of Belmont. O'- r.rady drill was won by Lee Wiliamson, Daniel Morrissy, Terence eighton. Senior bugling was won iy Joseph Cipallini; junior bugling ly Sheldon Kiser and Thomas Ware, Manual of arms won hy George Franklin, Thomas Ware and Gerald Bussier. Equipment won by Manuel Ay-an and Charles 3radley. Commissions Following commissions were Large Gathering Appreciates the Fashion Revue Treasure Island gold, lime, chartreuse, the always popular black am white, and dresses with the peasant influence were some of the colors which delighted the audience when Peninsula league entertained vith its annual fashion parade and en on Saturday at the William ^a mc-r Fuller home on El Cerrito avenue, Hillsborough, Saturday afternoon. Guests wero seated on chairs ilaced in rows on · the spacious awns and the models paraded on i ong runway between the rows. Music by a local orchestra, and the commentator, Mrs. Janice Robison, added much to the success of the revue. Sports, afternoon dresses, and evening clothes, displaying what the well dressed woman will wear the current season, were well nndelcd by the league members. Gowns were shown through the courtesy of the Sue Berry Salon, ha\s were from Ethel David O'Connor, music by Ozzic Sccrest's or- tcm by L. A. Wollmer. Flowers, worn as wrist bouquets, in the hair, and beautiful arm bouquets for the wedding party werfl from Martin Poss. awarded: cadet staff, major, Anthony Frunuiiich; major, George Franklin ; major, Arthur Samuel ; major, Frederick Larson; captain, ndjufnnt, Alvaro Caicerio; captain, Orri.n Cook; first lieutenants, Gerald Bussiere and Itohcrt Hockwald; second lieutenants, Patrick Frawley and Gordon Grnnt; sergeant major, Joseph Cipollinan ; sergeants, Joseph Pausner and Mi- chue Mitchell; corporal buglers, Sheldon Kiser and George Agostini, Company "A," captains, Victor Jenks and Albert Pfeifer; second lieutenant, John Enea; sergeants, Donald Smith, Richard Philip, Char es Braley, James O'Grady; corpora s, William James, Charles Mcllugh, Peter Timmona, Thomas Ware, Robert Brumbaugh anil Robert Patridge. Company "B t " captain, Dennis O'Neill; first lieutenant, Joseph Mee y; second lieutenant, William Smith; first sergeants, Cyril FitzGibbon, Frank Remington, Patrick Shealy; sergeants, Alan Tierney, Paul Giovanni, Leon Canjolle and Walter Chambers. ^ Company "C," first, sergeant, Gon on Carman; sergeants, William Murphy, John Smith; corporals, Raymond O'Connor, Walter Fepiiey, Ernest Schorl and Robert Rosen. Company "D," first sergeant, Dame Morrissey; sergeants, Duanne Damon and Joseph Villa; corpora s, Frederick Pratt, Victor Goria and Frank O'Lcary. Company "E," first sergeant, Alan Purdy; sergeants, Carl K'uhe, Pmil Murphy; corporals, Charles Reed, Edw n Atherton and Clifford Lussier of Belburn Village, Belmont. Company "F," sergeants, Robert Sullivan and Eugene Bernetich; corporals, David Kline, William Glynn and Robert Glynn. Company "H," first lieutenant, Thomas Gebhardt; second lieutenant, Richard Gunn; sergeants, Richard Barrett, James Quinn ; corporals, Frank Quinn, Albert Restani and William Jenkins. Treasure Island Visit It was announced that the cadets will visit Treasure Island next Thursday under the direction of the Fathers' club. Sig Hockwald is chairman. Directing traffic were Chief Fred Johnson Jr., Irvin Hansen, W, E. Curtis, Roussel Smith, John Stnu- gns of the police and fire departments of Belmont. Mrs. C. R. Koch Is Hostess for Washington Guest Hostess at a dessert bridge Friday afternoon was Mrs. C. R. Koch of Floribunda avenue, Burlingnme, who entertained in honor of Mrs. Merton P. Smith of Onalnska, Washington. Guests who enjoyed the afternoon ncluded Mesdames Rene E. Paine Jr., Daniel I. Anzim, Bur- rcss Karmel, Cecil G. Osborne, M. S. Rundel, James Lyons, Roy Plumner of San Francisco. W. G Hildebranci, W. A. McGill and M. Masters. Mrs. Smith was the house guest of Mrs. Koch for several days, having departed for her home Saturday morning. The two women began the r friendship in college. when the bride was attended by girls w e a r n g the pastel aim ea. The afternoon concluded with tea. Proceeds from the show will be used for the benefit of the San Mateo Preventorium. Mrs. Rich- capable committee in. charge of the successful affair. Slots have b«*n cut in curbing* along Amsterdam str«ts to hold Along The Way-- "I'm just so thrilled over my trip that I believe I've told everyone in town that I'm going home . . . the excited lady being MRS. PETER 0. HAGEN of Palm drive, Burlingame . . . and home to her means OMAHA, NEBRASKA . . where her mother, Mrs. Emma Van Valin awaits her arrival . . . It is several years since the business ady . . . who operates a dress shop on Third avenue, San Mateo . . . has had a chance to "take time off and visit with her famiij . . . am that is why her train departure aut evening didn't Beem quite rea . . . She will be away for two week . . . a very short time . . . but a GLORIOUS REALIZATION o many months of ANTICIPATION * * * We're inclined to believe that a certain young lady came up from Los Angeles . . . where she is connected with an insurance form . . to tell Peninsula friends about her wedding plans . . . She returned to the south yesterday after entertaining Saturday evening at her mother- e homo in Burlingame . . . The lady in question . . . who the little fcird has been telling us about . . . was formerly associated with the Metropolitan Life Insurance company in Burlingame . . . A bit more time for verification purposes and th^n we will reveal the young bride-elect's intentions. * * ¥ The OTTO KUTZERS {Anne Foley) are. celebrating their SECOND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY today . . . and extending congratulations in her own inimitable manner is their infant daughter ... BARBARA ANNE. * * * A perfect right have MR. AND MRS. ANDREW CONWAY of Burlingame to feel a wee bit pround of their family of SEVEN youngsters . . . EXCLUSIVELY was their picture featured by this paper Saturday evening . . . in tribute to Mother's Day . . . and an a result their phone kept a tingling all day yesterday . . . Complete strangers phoned to congratulate the couple on such a lovely group of bright- eyed youngBters . . . not mention the number of Peninsula friends who expressed AHS and OHS over the LOVELY PICTURE. Edward Howe Estate Open to Garden Tour The beautiful estaU of Mri. "Edward K. Howe, 545 El Cerrito, Hillsbnrough, will he open for a garden tour next Wednesday afternoon ox 2 o'clock. The gardens are at their bent at this time. There will be a small admission charge with proceeds to go to the, St. Paul's branch of the Women's Auxiliary of the Episcopal church. Those desiring to do so are invited to leave with a group from Occi- c enta) and El Camino Real at 2 o'clock. Creative Writing Class to Picnic Members of the class in creative writing, meeting each Wednesday evening at the San Mateo Junior College Adult center under Mrs. L. B. Peck, will picnic tomorrow at Saratoga. Also attending will be members of her classes in San Jose and Saratoga. C l u b a n d Lodge News COURT JUNIPERO SERRA Court Junipcra Serra, Catholic Daughters of America will hold its usual meeting tomorrow at which plans will be completed for participation in the affairs of Catholic Daughter day at the fair on Treasure Island. It will also be a social evening. The chairman, Mrs. Stephen Vis- tica, promises all members an interesting and entertaining program. She will introduce an innovation developed in the form of a favorite radio program and it promises tj be very amusing indeed. CLUB INSTALLATION Our Lady of Angels Mothers' club will honor its newly elected officers and past officers tomorrow afternoon at a luncheon party at the Oak Tree Inn, Reservations are in charge of Mrs. George Pro- thuroe. Mrs. William Retchlesa will be installed as president and Mrs. J, O'Brien, past- president, also will be feted. !..M(MK*«MH*N«MM,*HniiniHHmHHHI»MI TA? · 1AUTT - BAIUOOM DOROTHY KEAM I STUDIO i DM6» Dtomoac Atl ! 104S B Cratao llMl lurl. 7»2 j "* "«»«MH.m«»"««.t»«.»«Mf«t*»...M.lltfrf Lacy Wheeler Medallion Makes Heirlooms in Crochet COPfc IM*. NIEDLECtUH CERVKC. INC CROCHETED MEDALLIONS PATTERN 2042 Memorized in no time, this lovely medallion, with its small joiiiinf: medallion, makes accessories you'll show with pride. Get started nov. and have a piece you'll gladly show in those /all exhibits. Try a scarf, or a chair set if you ( on't need a bedspread or cloth. Pattern 2042 contains directions for making medallions; illustrations of them and of stitches; materials required; photoKraph of medallion. Send 10 cents in coin for this inttcrn to San Mateo Times, Needlecraft Dept.. Sun Mateo, Calif. Write plainly PATTERN NUMBER your N A M E and ADDRESS. Putt.TM Nn Nam« Aridreai City SUU McCarthy-Pringle Jr. Rites Set for July 15 in Eureka Definite plans for their nuptials lavo been made by Miss Patricia McCarthy of Eureka and E. Co- vinprton Pringle Jr. of Woodside. The wedding; df tho couple will ake place July 16 in the Episco)al church of Eureka. Miss McCarthy recently com- ileted a stay of several days in .he buy region where she has a arge circle of friends. Engaged Coupl Brother Wil Mfs« Lucille Conolley of San Maeo and James Edgmon of San Luis )hispo have named Sunday, June 8, of this year as the date for heir marriage to be solemnized n he chapel of St. Paul's church at 4 o'c ock. At this quiet ceremony the brido- o-be's only attendant will be her ster. Miss Beth Conolley, and the irother of the bridegroom-isled, Jill Edgmon, will serve as the best man. Later the couple will live at San Jose. The bride-elect is the daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Kullogg Barrows McCarthy and ia descended from an parly California family. Mr. Pringle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Covinjjton Pringle of VVooilside and is the brother of Miss Kathleen Prinjrlc. Thn couple's betrothal was announced last June at a dinner dance given at the Humholdt Golf and Country club. e's Sister and 11 Be Attendants Engagement of the couple wa« told in December of 1938 at a formal tea given by tho bride-elect and her mother, Mrs. Edward D. Conolley, at their Peninsula home. Graduated from the local schools and thp San Jose Teacher'n col- ege, Miss Conolley Is the sister of Mrs. S. M, Farrand, Miss Beth Conolley, Robert, Paul and Edward Conolley. Mr. Edgmon is the aon of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Edgmon of F'ortersville. Committee Named for Dessert Party of St. Catherine's Club A dessert card party will fcc ponsored by the St. Catherine's lothers' club on June 1, it was ecided at the regular meeting of ·he group, held last Friday wilh Mrs. Walter Morris presiding. The affair will be held in the uditorium of the school. Starting t 1:30, dessert will be served and here will be individual table for the players. Mrs. F. C. Kelly and Mrs. A. A. Aguilar are in charge of refreshments. Mrs. Morris will take, rea- rvatoins and handle the ticket Hale nd Mrs. 0. 0. Putmnn will be in harge of the prizes. Mrs. William Morton, newly STewlyweds lonored at House-Warmin g Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. James C. Morrison ( Margaret May ell ) were tendered a surprise house- warm ng party Friday night at heir new home on El Camino Real, Jurlingame. The couple were the recipients of ovely gifts and friends who par- ici pater) in the affair include! , .liases Thelma Nye, Jun« Alvarado, )orothy Nelson and Gerry McKin- iey. Messrs. Stanley Parkerson, )on Black more, Kenny Wright ant jlorus Stewart. $WB|?W Q/WAenOe. ^aAum4/ ^v *" MciiTftiftcft * GREVE'S 1 X ~J\aiu jftoe JMi/nq 1 |2O8TrnrdAvc SanMaUol elected president of the San Mateo chapter of the National Council of Catholic Women, was introduce! at last Friday's meeting. Mrs. Morton is a past president of St. Catherine's Mothers' club. Mr=. Alfred Ullo, study circle chairman, announced a meeting of tb.3 study circle section to be held May 17 at 1:30 in . the school library. Mrs. M. A. Poche reported on the activities of the Peninsula Motion Picture council. The last meeting of the Mothers' club will be on June 9 and will be held at the Convent of the Sisters of the Holy Family. Mrs. Wiliam McNcrney, 856 Edgehill drive, rangemenis. All members wishing to attend are requested to call Mrs, McNerney. Club Leaders Join in Post Council Tour More thnn 100 club leaders re resenting Women's clubs from the ^ entire nation will make the officiu ^ post council tour being planned v the General Federation of Wo"men's clubs which this year will ake the delegates to Alaska for an 11-day cruise. They will sail tomorrow on the liner Mount McKinley following the spring coun- ci meeting in San Francisco last week. Mrs. Saidie Orr Dunbar, president of the General Fet era- tion, will head the tour. The itinerary, planned to inclw c typical beautiful scenery and places of historical interest, will a so take the travelers to towns where member clubs of the federation are located. Welcomes are expected by club members at Kotchikan, Wrangell, J u n e a u, Hnines and Skagway. Entertainment plans are being made hy Mrs. Evangeline Atwoor , General Federation director for Alaska, and Mrs, Mildred FI. Herf ode rat ion. Service League Thanks Times For Publicity Appreciation for publicity was expressed in a letter to the San Mateo Times from the League for Service, Church of St. Matthew The letter follows: San Mateo Times: Dear Mrs. Schindler: The league for Service, Church of St. Matthew wishes to acknowledge your most generous and helpful publicity dur ng the past year. t We thank you for your co-opora- tion which contributed to the success of our recent fashion show, as well as for your assistance on many other occasions. ^Bl Yours ninccreiy, Vj W I L M A S. GORDON, Corresponding Secretary. San Mateo Post [nvites Others To Entertainment San Mateo Pont No. 82 of the Vmorican Legion will entertain inlf Moon Bay, Daly City and San Bruno posts of the Legion, Catalan post of the Veterans of ^oreign Wars and Burlingnmo-San tfateo camp of the Spanish-American War Veterans tomorrow overt ng. Thumns Delancy is chairman of he ^ program, which will feature Selvino da Selva, general secretary of the Brazilian exhibit at the Go den Gale International exposition, vho will spcnk on Brazil; the Mor- ml Melndy Makers' Haywire or- c icstra from Oakland, who will intertain with songs and music; Donald Kirk of San Matno, talcnt- 'd .singor and dancer, to he accom- lanied on the piano by his brother, Davis. Barn Dance Enjoyed in I. C. Gym Crowding the college gymnasium, San M:iteo Junior college stu- ents and their friends eiijoyet a arn dance Friday evening. The event was arranged by the Men's lub under the direction of Robert jUcier, president, and hy the col- cge social committee headed by Chairman Tom Boland. . TtJ'ilton Frank and his orchestra jlayed for the dancing and provided the entertainment. Patrons and patronesses for the evening included President and ^fe ilrn. Charles Morris, Mr. and -Mrs. ^V E. A. McAllister, ami H. N. Faulkner, adviser of the club. The Rosicrucian Order, AMORC A non-sectarian fraternity devoted to the investigation, study and demonstration of the higher principles of life, and the use of devine and natural laws as found OTpressed in man and nature. Free sealed book "THE SECRET HERITAGE" sent to sincere seekers Write: Rosicrucian Order, AMORC., Scribe S.E.C., San Jose, Calif. 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