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* Hi \ «. M * S u n d a y ^ April 24, 1938 -Reno Club Has Dinner Meeting Reno Business and Professional j NEVADA STATE JOURNAL, RENO, NEVADA- Verdi, Sparks, Reno Lodges Will Honor Founders 11 Birthday Celebrating the founding of the organization, Rebekans and Odd Fellows of Verdi, Reno and Sparks will stage a "course by city" dinner Tuesday night. Reno and Sparks lodges will j itorslfhui-sday "morning? Wells Notes Mrs. J. S. Henderson and her daughter, Mary Jo., of Glendale, CaL, are spending a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cazier. Miss Catherine Cazier and Mrs. William Seibert were Elko vis- Women's club gave its regular jmeet in the I.O.O.F. Hall in Reno dinner meeting Thursday nijjht | at 6 p. m. and drive to Verdi in El Cortcz Hotel, with Mrs. A. Lord, vice president, conductmg -'^ ^J the meeting, with 3? members j fee in gparks. Present. j A combined where the first course will be served. The entre will.be served program of the The committee in charge of the j three lodges will be given and will include a colored half hour moving picture presented for the Verdi lodge by Dr. Moulton; learts skit by Maxine Bonnen- dinner consisted of Mesdames Etta Smith, Constance Meffly and Amelia Harper. Mrs. Frances Atkinson, chairman of the program, presented the following numbers: Reno Rcbustilini in a group of accordion selections, featuring Italian folk songs. Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe, national chairman of national" women's party, was guest speaker, talking on "Equal Rights Amendment." Otis E. Vaughn, superinlend'-nt of Reno schools, talked on "What We Can Do to Make Reno a Better Place to Live In," telling of the school systems and taxes. Miss Jeanne Elizabeth Wier, Mrs. Alice W. Braumer, Mrs. Veronica Harmon were elected to the club. The following new officers were elected: Mrs. Gladys Rueter, president; Mrs. Rae Zetoony, f rst vice president; Mrs. Norma Drappo, second vice president; Mrs. Alice Whitson, secretary; Mrs. Clara McEwen, treasurer. Delegates elected to attend the National Federation of Women's Clubs in Las Vegas in June included Mrs. Edna Seaman, resident who is ex-officio delegate; Dr. Christie Brown, Mesdames Harriett Spann, Helen Hickey, Mary Yori, Gladys Rueter and Suzette Copren. Alternates w e r e Mesdames Frieda Ghiglcri, Anna Daly, Clara McEwen, Carolyn Walker, Nonna Drappo and Vera Nugent. Plans for the annual May Day breakfast, which will be an inter-city meeting and the club's contribution to Music Week, in the Riverside Hotel at 10 a. m. numbers by Reno Robistellini; dance by Geraldine Schaibley, resented by the Ladies' Auxil- ary to the Cantons for the Reno rogram. Sparks program will include I vocal selections by Louise Lindsey; reading by Miss Corrine Ackerly; the address of the «ven- ng on "Will" will be given by E. C. Mulcahy, past grand master. Mandolin and guitar selections will be given by Mrs. C. R. McGee and Mrs. J. C. Christensen. Gamma Chapter Holds Meeting Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held its regular educational and business meeting this week at the home of Mrs. A. E Hill. Mrs. Evelyn Amberger reviewed the book, "Art of Thinking," by Ernest Dimnet, and Miss Dariel Doyle gave an interesting review on "The Mind in the Making," by James.Harvey Robinson Others present at the meeting were Misses Bernice Ferretto, Kay Ferretto, Clair Upson, Elsie Wye koff, Alice Kirn, Marguerite Savage, Sallie Springmeyer, Louise Meginness and Mrs. Melvin Ruedy. TRUCKEE GROUP MEETS TRUCKEE, April 22. -- The Truckee Union Parents-Teachers' Association 'installed officer;; at the Meadow Lake union high school Friday night. The new' officers were inducted by Miss Anna Marie Munro, retiring parliamentarian. ' want, Adele ault, Silva Rickard, Themla Jacobs; acordian Tonopah Notes TONOPAH, April 22. -- Mrs. William Frank, Mrs. Maud Dalzell, Mrs. W. F. Logan, Mrs. James Wolfe, Mrs. Mary Warner and Miss Anna Bradley were among the Tonopah residents who attended the Easter sunrise services on the floor of Death Valley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Polin and daughter, Pamelia, returned Sunday from San Francisco, where they spent several days visiting friends and attending to business matters. Mrs. A. B. Ronzone, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Recanzone and son, Jay, were week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alber Adams. A. H. Schwinn and Leonard IN SAN FRANCISCO Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Jacobs of Reno 'registered at the Clift in San Francisco Friday. IN SAN FRANCISCO Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Larson and son Bobby are spending the weekend in San Francisco, California. PORTRAITS of QUALITY at the BROCKMAN STUDIO 129 North Virgin!* St.. Reao FOOD S H O P C A F E 140 W. Second Si. Open 7 A. M. to « F. K. Breakfast - Luncheon · Dinner Special Breakfast 15* to 40* LUNCHEON - 35* Soup, Salad, Entree Vegetables, Dessert, Drinks Every Day DINNER - 50* Child's Plate 35c Special SUNDAY DINNER · 50* 12 to 8 p. m. All dinners include soup, salad, entree, vegetable, dessert, drink Martin left Sunday for Salt Lake City, where they expect to spend a few days on business. Dr. L. C. Ryan, who has been visiting in northern California for the past several weeks, has returned and reopened his dental offices here. Mrs. J. D. Meacham and daughter, Ruthie, returned Sunday from a week's visit in Reno with friends and relatives. Alfred Jorenson of Silver Peak, who underwent a major operation at the Nye County Hospital last week, is improving rapidly, his attending physician r e p o r t e d Tuesday, Frank Purse, interstate commerce commission official, is spending some time in Tonopah on business from his home in Tacoma, Wash. C. R. Townsend, farm bureau agent from Ely, was a visitor in Tonopah over the week-end. W. E. King is confined to his lome on Erie Main Street with a broken leg, suffered when a piece of steel fell on his leg and foot. Donald Steele of Palo Alto, R. G. Smith and Thomas McCormack of Sacramento, Leland S. Rosener, Sr., and Leland S. Rosener, Jr., R. McHenry and Howard Salz, all of San Francisco, are spending a few days in Tonopah looking after mining interests. Governor Richard Kirman, accompanied by Mrs. Kirman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kirman, Jr., and daughter and W. Holesworth, were week-end visitors to Tonopah. The party spent the past week-end visiting in Death Valley, Boulder Dam and other points of interest in southern Nevada. At a combined devotional, business and social meeting held in the Community Church Thursday afternoon members of the Friendly Circle nominated the following officers: Mrs. H. P. Davis, president; Mrs. Norman Riedesel, first vice president; Mrs. Hugh McGuire, second vice president; Mrs. Granville Leavitt, secretary; Mrs. T. L. Davis, treasurer. The team captained by Mrs. Harold Murphy was named winner of the membership and attendance drive. Next in the order of their success were the teams captained by Mrs. Robert Stevens, Mrs. L. H. Eaton, and Mrs. H. H. Cazier. The team captained by Mrs. Robert Stevens presented an illustrated reading, "That Old Sweetheart of Mine" to an accompaniment played by Mrs. A. C. Olmsted. Mrs. Stevens gave the poem. The meeting concluded with the serving of refreshments by hostesses Mrs. R. L. Wood and Mrs. R. W. Walker. The grammar school operetta "Aunt Drusilla's Garden" was presented Wednesday night. The scenery was designed and painted by Miss Lloyda Thompson, and Principal Wallace Smith assisted by Mrs. W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smalley, Dee While, Gene Supp, Eugene Pengelly and Rex Brooks. A number of selections by the grammar school string ensemble were given. Mrs. Hannah Welde, who has been visiting here during the past few weeks, returned to her home in McGill Tuesday. She was accompanied by her son-in-law, Paul Schroeder, who returned on Wednesday. Mrs. Leonard Blackett, who has been visiting in Sacramento, returned to her home here Wednesday. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Don Long and small son. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Quilici made a business trip to Salt Lake Citv Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smalley are spending the week end in Salt Lake City. Six Candidates Are Initiated at Sparks Lodge SPARKS, April 23.--Six candidates were initiated into Queen Esther Rebekah lodge No. 9 at the meeting Thursday night, with Mrs. Blanche Dobbs, noble grand, conducting the meeting. The candidates were Misses Juanita Hawkins, Pearl Gallette and Annette Galletti;' Mesdames Mary Loriman, H. Z. Geurin and Mr. Allen R.~Rpck, Sr. Mrs. Josephine Birch, district deputy president, made her official visit to the lodge and was presented with a gift. Approximately 150 members and guests attended. Refreshments were served in the banquet hall at a table decorated in May poles, spring flowers, May baskets and small Easter eggs. An interesting and varied program was presented. Eureka Notes (Joonwl Hen Serrtee) EUREKA, April 19.--Merwyn H. Brown of Winnemucca, grand master of Masons in Nevada, hiade his official visit Friday evening, April 15, to Eureka Lodge, No. 1«, F. A. M. Everett Wolff, master of Eureka lodge, presided. Grand Master M. H. Brown showed moving pictures of places he visited white-attending a Masonic meet- Fernley Notes Jolly Jinx Is Bargain I Bargalnl Bargainl Six Room Modern Homo 1431 North Virginia St. EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT J. N. EVANS, INC. ATTENDS BAND FESTIVAL (Journal News Service) MINDEN, April 22.--Mr. and Mrs. Lisle A. Mclnnis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Andrews, Mrs. Fred H. Dressier and Mrs. C. W. Henningsen were among those driving to Las Vegas to attend the bancl festival. GUESTS AT FLAKE HOME DAYTON, April 21.--Mr. an Mrs. P. J. Quilici are hosts this week to Mrs. Quilici's brother Wayne Flake, his wife and two son, Jarry and Jim. Mr. and Mrs Flare are en route to their farm in Nebraska from Long Beach where they have spent the win ter. VISITS RENO FRIENDS Mrs. Arthur Park of Gardner ville was a Reno visitor this week calling on many of her friends. F E R N L E Y , April 18. --The Fernley Improvement ( Club met Thursday with Mrs. Roy Riciird. At Mrs. Emerson's suggestion the club decided to be instrumental in presenting to other groups in the community the matter of the iron lung being purchased by the Legion Auxiliary. Two dollars and a half were donated as a nucleus for this community's contribution. Mrs. Connelly explained the library project now being carried on at the school. Mrs. Godwin reviewed "The Last Flight" by Amelia Earhait as prepared by Mrs. Churchill. Mesdames Turpin and Fowler of Reno, who were guest speakers, told of the Women's Field Army of the American Society for the Control of Cancer and the work soon to be sponsored by all Federated Clubs in our state. Interesting slides were shown. The program was concluded with a demonstration on the art of conversation. The subject was "America's Open Arm Policy," after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Chris Gaaserud was surprised on her birthday by a number of friends. Bridge was enjoyed, after which refreshments were served. Prizes were won by Mrs. Louis Peterson, Mrs. Marie Englebretchen, Mrs. Ted Hansen, Gus Olsen, Louis Peterson and Victor Vieane. Mrs. Howard Keating won the traveling prize. Mrs. ing in the east. After the business session supper was served to the honored guest, M. H. Brown, grand master of Nevada; also to Everett Wolff, A. T. Laird, A. Paroni, A Genzoli, J. H. Bower, F. J. Bather, R. Sadler, Floyd Sadler, C. L. Tobin, J. Kaserman from Helmsburg, Ind., W. Johnson, D. Whiter .and J. L. Wilcox. Mrs. Janet Gibson of Eureka is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Henderson, at Fallon. Miss Hazel Bather, who attends the College of Notre Dame at Belmont, Calif., is spending her Easter vacation in Eureka with her parents, Judge and Mrs. Edgar Bather. Mr. and Mrs. William Hubler of Duparquet, Quebec, Canada, are visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Angel DeBernardi, of Newark Valley, The DeBernardi family held a reunion at their ranch home on Easter Sunday. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Angelo DeBernardi, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moyle and son, Jackie i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Borgna, Edward DeBernardi and Mr. and Mrs. William Hubler. St. James Episcopal Church League met at the rectory on Thursday evening- After the business session bridge was the diversion with Mrs. A. Genzoli winning first prize and Mrs. George Fisher, the consolation. Others present were Mrs. Pearl Hjul, Mrs. J.. B. Rebaleati, Mrs. Judson Hooper, Mrs. J. Bower, Mrs. Will Swick, Mrs. Donald Morrison, Mrs. John Venturino, Mrs. A. Barto, Mrs. A. Genzoli and Mrs. Fred Bartine. Reno Auxiliary Has Soeial Meet The Women's Baptist Auxiliary met last week in the Church parlors for the regular b'usiness and social meeting.' Mrs. Victor Cokefair conducted the devotionals and Mrs. S. R. Dunlop in charge of the program presented three Filipino boys the Christian Fellowship Association in singing. The hostesses were Mesdames Tom Hargrove, Don Forbes, T. Williams, Philip Schwabenland and W. S. Watkins. Austin Notes Entertained SPARKS, April 23.--Miss Sue 3rannin entertained the Jolly Jinks at a social and business meeting, being 'assisted by Miss Clorinda Di Pietro and Miss Dorothy Casey. Others attending were Misses Olga Pasutti, Mary Margaret Cantlon, Nellie Isola, Mary Ann Lockridge, Sue Brannin, Jane Devine, Marguerite Williams, Edna 3ray, Fern Rousch, Madeline Gori. LITERARY CLUB MEETS GARDNERVILLE, April 22.-Mrs. C. H. Neddenriep was hostess to the Gardnerville Woman's Literary Club this week. Miss Luetta Dressier played two piano numbers, and the hostess presented a paper on the "History of Linoleum Making." Those present were Mrs. L. N. Anderson, Mrs. William Rabe, Mrs. F. H. Baker, Mrs. Bert N. Selkirk, Mrs. Fred Dressier, Mrs. George Henningsen, Mrs. O. L. Hussman, Mrs. Walter Frey, Mrs. Bard Berry, Mrs.' Clarence Henningsen, Mrs. Stanley Bray, Mrs. H. B. Shawe. Yerington Notes The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society entertained at a shower for Mrs. Arthur Loveridge, the wife of a former pastor, on Thursday at the church parlors. Among those present were: Mrs. Tom Walmsley, Mrs. Edward Walmsley, Mrs. Joe Borge, Mrs. Cecelia Leavitt, Mrs. Mary McMahon, Mrs. Earl Springer, Mrs. ,.MIU..., Face U serve during the next club year. They are Velma Ford, president; Eleanor DcLongchamps, vice- president; Annie Lucas, secretary Bessie Barrett, treasurer. L D. Riley and children left Wednesday for Costa Mesa, Cal., where they will spend Easter with Mr. Riley's parents. They were accompanied as far as Los Angeles by Mrs. Anna Peterson who will visit her son. The Yerington Woman's Club elected new officers at its meet- Henry Keema, Mrs. Ada Craw-, ing Friday afternoon. They are: Mrs. ,Fletcher^Hall,__Mrs Mrs . A . s p hip p S) president; Mrs. .. ,, -_ _ . ^ ^ Carman, first vice president; Mrs. J. S. DuPratt, second vice president; Mrs. Ernest Johnston, corresponding secretary; Mrs. A. W. Reymer*. recording VISITORS FROM GERMANY CARSON VALLEY, April 22.-Mr. and Mrs. Herman Herbig and son Herman, Jr., were arrivals Tuesday from their home in Germany ,and will spend the summer here with then: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Will Neddenriep. W. C. Watson and her daughter, Elaine, entertained at a shower for Mrs. Lincoln Listen Tuesday. Afterwards the guests enjoyed bridge. Mrs, G e o r g e Campbell, Mrs. J. R. McCoJlo^h, and Mrs. Oliver Emerson received the prizes. Mrs. Ida Lenord entertained at a 6 p. m. dinner Wednesday. Colorful bowls of petunias were used as the center piece, the color scheme being purple and -white. Places were laid for Messrs, and Mesdames A. R. Kramer, O. T. Wright, G. A. Sheehan, H. W. Keating, L. A. Listen and Miss Millicent Johnson. Tokio, the third largest city in the world, has banned all music and dancing after 11 p. m. With every voluntary or involuntary body action, thousands of blood corpuscles perish. Yale University owns $67,000,000 worth of tax-exempt property in New.Haven, Conn. Shark skeletons consist of cartilage instead of bone. When working under pressure, Thomas A. Edison, the inventor, cut his sleep to four hours a night. U. S. congressmen are allowed 20 cents per mile for traveling expenses. Pius XI was elected Pope of the Roman Catholic church in 1922. Moth worms may destroy 3500 tunes their weight in woolen materials before they reach maturity. White House military aides must remain single during their tenure of office. Townsend Club to Hold Meet Sunday Reno Townsend Club No. 1 will hold a mass meeting Sunday, April 24, at 2 p. m. at the Methodist Church in Sparks. Charles T Rathburn of San Francisco, accredited speaker for the Townsend National Recovery Plan, will be the guest speaker for this assembly and 'comes to the Reno club with the recommendation of Glenn S. Wilson, state manager of the northern district of Califor- 'tlia Townsend clubs. Mass meetings of Townsend clubs all over the country are to be staged on Sunday, April 24, for the purpose of inaugurating a membership drive to obtain one million new members. This drive is to be concluded at the opening of the Townsend National Convention, which is to be held in Los Angeles from June 19 to 23. * * CALLER TO SACRAMENTO SPARKS, April 23.-Mrs. Carrie Devine and daughter, Miss Jane, left Friday night for Sacramento, where they were called by the illness of Mrs. Devmes daughter, Mrs. Carol Brooks, who was in Sacramento on a vacation. Mrs. Brooks underwent a major operation in a Sacramento hospital Saturday. AUSTIN, April 20. --Misses Madeline and Marjorie Maestretti have returned to their home in Austin followirig a week's vacation with relatives in Fallon. William Easton spent the weekend in Reno. Will Maestretti, who has been confined to his home with illness for several days, is reported much improved. Mrs. J. M. Hiskey and son John have rturned to Austin following a week's vacation in San Francisco and Reno. They were accompanied by Mrs. Earl Seaborn of Kelly Creek. Mrs. Seaborn is Mrs. Hiskey's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brennan, accompanied by their son Jack Jr., are vacationing in Reno and Sacramento. Teachers in the Austin school returned this week following spring vacation which they spent n various .places. Principal Henry 2. Nelson, accompanied by Mrs. Sfelson and daughter Evelyn, vis- .ted relatives in Reno and vicinity. Miss Leota Roby visited Eunice Easton in San Franciso. Miss Dollyruth Crowell spent a few days in Reno. Miss Marian Hiskey visited her parents in Salt Lake City, while Miss Mary Weeks spent the week with her family in Wells. Miss Eleanor Doan returned to her ho'me in Sparks. Francis Escobar, who was confined to his home with a severe cold for two weeks, is much improved and able to return to school. J. M. Hiskey left last week for New York to attend to business matters. Mrs. Richard Gamwell and son, Richard Jr., has returned to her home in'Carson City following a few days' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William N. Chatelle of Austin. William Hickison, who has been ill in the Moore hospital in Fallon, is reported rapidly improv ing. R. Martin, Mrs. Isabel Bernard, Mrs. P. H. Cook. Reverend and Mrs. Loveridge are now located at Keans Canyon in Arizona. Mrs. Loveridge was visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs Tom Walmsley of Yerington. At its regular meeting held Wednesday evening the Junior Woman's Club elected officers to secretary; treasurer; Mrs. Mrs. R. H. Oakey, Hugh Henrich and'Mrs. Ruel Lothrop, directors; Mrs. P. H. Cook is the-outgoing president. BEAUTIFUL-PRACTICAL LUGGAGE -For- Graduation Gifts An Unusual Luggage Ensemble · Wheonr "Aviotrix" Casa and matching overnight case: "AVIATRIX," standard of women's luggage, now available at prices no higher than ordinary luggage. Matching overnight case, for nightgown, toilet articles, is a handy travel companion. Either case sold separately, if desired. Individual hangers carry 7 dresses wholly wrinkle-free on removable dress-holder. Special flap keeps shoes away from lingerie. Shirred pocket in lid of case. "Aviatrix" is small, lightweight, and remarkably compact. BILL FOLD - KEY CASE - TOILET CASE - GLADSTONE All Leather Good* Initialed Free Bolls Butler inc. 119 SIERRA STREET CASHIER APPOINTED T O N O P A H , April 23.--Announcement was made here Wednesday of the appointment of Alton Fuller as pro-assistant cashier of the Tonopah branch of the First National bank of Nevada. The advancement of Fuller to the post was made by bank officials in Reno and was announced by C. E. 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