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Page Twelve Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturday Morning, February IS, 1941 Delegates Are Chosen Delegates and alternates to the Continental Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Washington, D. C., were elected at a meeting of Maricopa chapter in the Phoenix Woman's Club house Thursday afternoon. Mrs. William L. Pinney will Y>e delegate. Others chosen were Mesdames M. J. Dougherty. Leola LaCaff, Fred L. Vandeveer, and Florence I. Williams. Those who will attend Ihe state convention being held at Yuma March 25 and 26 are Mesdamesj Pinney, Williams, C. J. Walters, Elmer F. Strickler, Harry Pryor. Theodore G. McKesson. Ancil Martin, Emery E. Oldaker, and J. L. Alexander, chapter regent, and Miss Mary Isabelle Irwin. Alternates will be Mesdames Kathyrn D. DeRoulhac, Hollis S. Palmer, J. S. Murlless, Jay E. Brewer, Chauncey H. McKellips. Thomas Parish. A. W. Lennard, Leslie Price, and Dougherty. Announcement was made of a 5100 scholarship donation by this chapter to the Tamassie Mountain School in Tennessee, a DAR-spon- epred project to aid mountain children. Mrs. Will C. Barnes, chairman of j national defense through patriotic] education, presented members olj Luke-Greenway post, American Legion, in a patriotic program. Maj. Rolin W. Shaw directed a flag i salute led by a color guard; Jack! W. Eston, commander, presented Fred Blair Townsend, past president of the American Legion Founders, who repeated the preamble which opens all legion meetings, and which Mr. Townsend helped to draft. Mr. Townsend, spoke on "National Defense in the Making," and) stressed the importance of the: mental attitude toward the phys-! ical task of defense. Education for defense, he said, is one of the new phenomenons of this era. Clyde E. Lewis, chaplain, also took part In the program. I * * * Guest Day Held| By Social Club; Guest Day was observed at 1' o'clock Thursday afternoon by the : "22" Social Club in the form of a dessert bridge held in the Masonic 1 Temple. The valentine motif was noted in all decorations with aj lar^e lace valentine heart being i used as the center table decora-1| tion. Each person attending was given a small valentine as a favor. Hawaiian electric guitar num- 1 bers were a feature of the afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. J. B. Davis, chairman, assisted by Mesdames Roy Frye, Ivan Wall, Pearn Horton, and Daisy Monthan. Guests receiving prizes were Mrs. D. W. Sweeney, contract, and Mrs. L. G. Burns, auction. Members receiving prizes were Mrs. E. D. Tway, Mrs. L. W. Drake, and Mrs. Slimming, Neat Jacket Outfit PATTERN 9645 Spring is the time to "burst outj Legislation \J Talk Given '. Ring discussed educational :ive measures being intro- inicTprinf-and there's nothingl^^^rSe'ttntr^ffiS 1 more attractive and suitable than j Arizona Federation of Woman's: it the Westward Ho: a well-cut jacket-and-frock like Pattern 9645 by Marian Mar- . Mrs D; c Acp]j _ characler educa _ tin. The becoming semifitted jacket tion chairman, gave a talk on train- may tie in front with a novel bow i^jhUd^n^and^ J-Wjn.j.art. The dress has a long front panel | for slim lines and a back skirt | j aps o f educator's. 1 panel. Take your choice of two! Mrs. Frank L. Sitkin, district necklines, one high and slashed; \ } £^^™*&2^K£ 1 F the other with youthful revers thatj brary serv j ce> and who stated that in 65 branch county libraries more than 89,000 nersons were served and that 320,873 books were in cir- nicely outside the jacket, waistline looks willowy with show Your the high-placed side waist-seams j to hold the gathered bodice fullness Other speakers were Mrs. R. R. neatly. For a lovely extra touch, Wein, adult education chairman; make leaf appliques at tops of tontl^^.^^-B^^ panel seams. |dent of the Central District Arizona Pattern 9645 may be ordered [Federation of Woman's Clubs; Mrs. only in women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36, entire en- Phillips Rice, fine arts chairman; Mrs. O. A. Grayner, treasurer; Mrs'. G. L. Bissinger. past state president; semble, requires 5'* yards 39-inch land Mrs. M. C. Rand, international fah j. | relations chairman. , _ , . . , ... Clubs represented at the meet- Send 15 cents in coins for this |ing were > Alhambra, Chandler Marian Martin pattern. Be sure to Chandler juniors, Camelback, Ebell, write plainly your size, name and address. Glendale, Grandview, Gilbert, Mesa, Phoenix, Peoria, Pioneer, Roosevelt juniors and the Wednesday Social It's ready—our new Marian Mar-:circle. Mrs. A. L. Martin was pro- tin pattern book for 1941! Order a gram chairman. ^ copy today, and do your spring, shopping without going further | T^ /""* " than the mailbox. For here arej l\CSUmC VJ1V6I1 dozens of smart, easily-made styles; shown in realistic colors. Here arej attractive, new-season wardrobes for every member of the family:! for every occasion from morning]..Mesdamps Dave Gray and Dysart Masquerade Party Held Telephone J. Meeting Is Call Of Temperance U The Rev. W. J. Gordon wood president of the . Federaton of Ar 20na Seventh and eighth grade boys a meeting of Maric and girls of the Ruth Freetny School of Dancing. 16 West Cypress street, entertained at a masquerade dance last night from 8 to 11 o'clock at the studio. Prizes were awarded | meeting of Maricona members to he held at ', Monrlav in the list Church of 10th avenue. at the studio. Prizes were aware | The Rev. T. F Hu?h P « , •„ I for interesting costumes, for a waltz | a discussion of the need $ lea <l| and for novelty dances. prohibition. The Rev ' Guests were Phyllis Brown, Barbara Croxton, Virginia Bailey. Linden, host pastor, will meeting with devotions Of Poet's Life "Awrhjht, Til elope. How lone you think we'll be gone, »o I can tell Mom when to expect me back?" Calen to night. There are tips on the newest silhouettes and fabrics, too. This indispensiblp home fashion guide is yours for just 15c! Address order to the Arizona Republic Fashion Department O Enclosed is 15c for Style No. 9645. Size , n Enclosed is 15c for Marian Martin Pattern Book. NAME (please print) Street and number City and state Murphy were hostesses Wednesday afternoon to members of the Washington Woman's Club literature department at the Gray home. Mrs. Roy Tolleson. literature chairman, introduced Mrs. Harry Waite, who jgave an interesting resume of the life of Carl Sandburg, poet and biographer. He is perhaps best : known for his Lincoln biographies, i which have had unprecedented ap- ipeal to all classes of people, Mrs. Waite said. A book list presented by Mrs. H. G. Hanchett included " a brief sketch of 12 outstanding books of I fiction and three of nonfiction. (These lists are given out at regular i intervals to aid members in select- dar The Pueblo Grande ruins and the laoor- atorv. five miles east on Washington street and'the Grand Canal, are open to Msltors every day from 9 a. m. to a p. m. Phoenix public library. 13th avenue and Washington street, open from 9 a. m. until 9 p. m. weekdays. ., Arizona Museum. 10th avenue and Van Buren street, open 2 p. m. to 3 p. m. daily eX Readi'ns" 1 rnom Youns Men's Christian Association building. Second avenue and Monroe street, open from o a. m. 10 Church Groups OLD TIME DANCING FIRST METHODIST The Wesleyan Service Guild of ing current reading material. A comprehensive review of ': Strain Imposed Upon Marriage By Pay Difference Held Slight Bruce Roley, contract, and Morris B. Smith, auction. Mrs. The fojlowing guests were present: Mesdames P. B. Clarino, Sweeney, L. M. Lesnett. Burns, Crites M. Merkle, LaVerne B. Martin, C. L. Buzan, J. S. Hard- •wicke, Michael Solomon, E. D. Cutler, Mary G. Armer, and Rowena Cairns, and Misses Virginia Kirby and Martha Merkle. Members attending were Mesdames Frost, Clara Benner, E. E. Hiller, A. S. Nicholson, Josephine Fenwick, Howard Oolyer, Russell Shedd, Tway, Walter Laveen, Heber McClelland, Ethel C. Kirby, Harry, Amster, Vernon Evans, A. D. Robertson, L. B. Graves, Lee By RUTH MILLETT Fifty-six thousand couples in 1936 faced the problem of making a success of a marriage partnership sessions, and put a little money in the bank. The sooner all tha't is Charles Morgan's latest book, 'The Voyage." was given by Mrs. R. E. L. Shepherd. This novel has its setting in the beautiful vineyards of France and the scintillating capital of Paris. The romance of the principal characters, Barbe and Therese. was adroitly drawn by the reviewer's portrayal of the character of each. While the book is less spectacular than other Morgan novels it is thought by many critics the First Methodist Church will Arizona, Utah and Nevada. Margaret Clark, Marilyn Levy, Enid Penrod, Yvonne Portman, I Jean Pearson, Nancy McKesson, j Ohio Residents Joan Irvine, Caroline Randolph, Pa-j Visit In tricia Dohner. Betty Smith, Jac-| or FNDAT IT queline Smith, Patricia Townsend,], _^^^AL£,. Betty Greenbaum, Florita Bott, ' ..=-.-.=__ , ( .. Betty Elliott, Betty Lee Bur™». Mnier's unrip Tnhn Nancy Shimmel. Barbara Rosen-!S"" er _ s unclp ' Jol "i berg, Sally Hodgson, Findley Ran-, ^ riolph, Mary Sherrill, Marilyn; Smith, Betty Udell. Roselee Gasser,; Frances Brock, and Barbara O'Con-: nell. ! Tommy Arena, Gene Cunning-] ham, Bob Eaton, Bill Finch, Bob Flood, Harry Goss, Donald Oliver, Harry Montgomery. Charles Montgomery, Victor Randolph. Joe'Wad- lington, Jack Zipprodt, Lary Henderson, Palmer Smith, Bill Davis, Jim Bickman. Bob Griffiths, Jack Francis, Gestford Francis, Fritz Randolph. Paul Sherrill, Charles Sherrill. Edwin Luke, Stanley Hull, Frank Dale. Billy Case, John Pickrell, Harry Morgan, and Billy Sims. * * » Miss Ruth Teichmann Visits Local Units A prominent visitor in Phoenix (Thursday was Miss Ruth Teichi mann. of the national traveling field staff of the Camp Fire Girls. Miss Teichmann has lately been appointed permanent field secretary for the area including California, hold a paint party at 6 o'clock tonight in the clubrooms, and will devote the major portion of the evening to painting the furniture of with the executive board and the guardians Association and laid tentative plans for Miss Teichmann met local Camp Fire Girls CrnnR and wtna: your part-1 \ ner In thr. coocl old-tlmr, V dance*. Evpry step I* good old-fashioned fun for votinjc fViV nr old. W5 MODERN DANCING, TOO f VI SATURDAY NIGH! 9 . to 12 No Cover Charge Josephine Monahan and her Orchestra Dinner Dancing 7 to 9 Continental Buffet 'till 2 Jfoon SATURDAY *i..w A PERSON Food you irlll music ymi \. anil Valley O f fashions In Style Mirm. dlsappiilnteil — r,tnr» 'Z reservations. m the room. Nancy Wilson, president, extending and vitalizing Camp Fire; will supervise. Those participating I wor k in the Phoenix area. i are asked to take sandwiches. The - • . - - — HOTEL UlESTuiRRo HO Youns Women's Christian guild will provide hnt coffee. Association building. 23-1 West Monroe .,'reet. open Irom S a. m. to 1(1:30 p. m. • Northeast branch of Phoenix public 11- b-iry. 1002 North Second street. 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. to fi p. m. ; Phoeni* Art Center. 7<K East Adams; street, open from 9 a. m. to 12, 1 to ai p. m.. and 7:30 to 10 p. m.. Monday to Friday; Saturdays and Sundays, 1 to o p m. Work rooms of Maricopa chapter, American Red Cross. 131 North Third avenue, open daily except Saturday and Sunday fron. 9 a. m. to 4 p. ~ Hear< Museum. 22 ... road, open from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. dav Mondav. Desert Botanicfll Gardens in Parties To Aid Clubroom Fund ALHAMBRA. Feb. 14—A number of parties are being held benefit to the building fund Park. •Jie oublic only on Sundays. TO DAT in East Monte vista benefit to the building fund of daily i the proposed Alhambra commun- jitv clubrooms by members of the Alhambra Woman's Club, the first 'of which was a card games party held Thursday night by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wall. Prizes were awarded Mesdames J. R. Nielsen. Gardens open to Ihe public at all Administratwn buildinz open to done, the sooner'the wife can quiti to be . to ? spi £ tua L for ., th !, s a?e her job. where the wife's pay check was That's the way they look at it. larger than the husband's. That figure comes from a treasury tabulation, just made public, of net incomes of less than $5,000 a year. Since psychologists warn us so frequently that such a problem puts a terrific strain on a marriage, j it would be interesting to know how many of those marriages still are working. The batting average is probably higher than the predictions of pessimistic psychologists would lea to believe. For a great number of those couples are undoubtedly young folk in the first years of marriage, with the husband just beginning to get a And there need be no hurt feelings and no wounded pride if the couple has the common sense to hang on to such a lifetime view of their finances. materialism, Mrs. Shepherd pointed Weeklv children classes at Phoenix Artjp s Hershey. C. L. Phillips and Weekly meetins of cactus study classes: j Messrs. T. T. Kunze, Eugene Bur- Desert "Botanical Gardens, juveniles. 10 rus and Z. T. Helm. a. m.; adults. 3 p. m. La Vocale 3 p. Club, i, nm . n r Mr. F s ; Mrs. W. L. Lightfoot and Mrs. home of Mr.. E. s. | M L Streeter entertained at - out. An all-day February 24, Mrs. Dan Carper for the purpose of planting the club grounds on Northern avenue. Mrs. Carper also re- , Clark. Biltmore Estates. Panhellenic Club Guest Day. Camelback Inn. . afternoon. Senior eroup. Winnie Davis chapter. chHdren of Confederacy. 702 North Mission drive. S p. m. picnic on Monday, was announced by !'Stag Dance Set . . Spanish luncheon in the Streeter home. 426 North Willow avenue. A Spanish motif prevailed in ap- ' e pointments at the luncheon table and in bridge tallies and prizes. Among those present were Mrs. R. M. Work, Monmouth, III., and I Mrs. A. M. Smith, Los Angeles. Honors in cards went to Mesdames nances. ei" a4 J"" t '- :""=>• y^ v " A1 *£ IK "' n T"l ' 1 A. L. Martin, E. H. Beale, J. R. No unpleasantness over monev j Quested donations of jasmine, Texas ; LJ^. IV o | n KnWCiSwift and E. E. Jack. ;ed ever arise if the two pu " t I silver sage and any trees. , JJy IvalllUUWI)' arise if the two pu " t I silver sage and any trees. IPS in a famik- "k-ittv" Guest Day will be need .. _ _ their earnings in a family "kitty and neither ever thinks, much less says, "my money." And if the wife never assumes for one destructive moment that she should be the "star boarder" in the family simply because she happens temporarily us to be contributing more than half the family bank account. Bayless, Lenora McClure, Frances (toehold in his business or profes- Shoup, L. B. Battin, Roley, L. L. " ! ~~ 1 ' 1 ' 1 — * '- - '-—--' ->--«-•-=-Clapp, Edwin Gracey, Drake, Freda Folliard, F. T. McElroy, and Morris B. Smith. A short business meeting was — — — ' conducted president. Mr ' s . Pearsoni Former Mesa Girl Is Given Courtesy MESA, Feb. 14—Complimenting Mrs. J. Gordon McDonald, the former Miss Elizabeth Anderson, who Is visiting her parents here from her home in Flint, Mich., Mrs. Robert Bowen entertained this afternoon at her home on South' Mesa drive. ; Appointments attractively carried out th» desert theme with i hand-painted tally cards made iy; the hostess. , At the party, a bridge luncheon,! were Mesdames M. R. Hardin, W. i W. Lockhart, Harry 'Tice, K. W. •: Houston. A. J. Houston, Wilbur Marsh, George Wilbur. Horace B. Griffen, Frank West. George John- Eon. Cecil L. L. Drew, Wayne C. Denson, W. A. Anderson, Wilbert Gibson, Wesley Johnson, Phoenix, and Jean Montgomery of Santa Barbara, Calif. » * * Chinese Dinner Given By Chandler Resident CHANDLER, Feb. 14—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yontz were hosts to members of the Chandler Sewing Club and tlieir husbands Thursday night at a Chinese dinner in their home. The evening was spent in play- Ing Liverpool rummy, after which a false cake was brought in, causing a great deal of merriment among the group. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames J. C. Hearn, Lowell Price, Robert L. Scudder. R. A. Hall, Floyd Stow and W. G. Cook, Mrs. K. C. Servatius and Viola sion. (That is a logical deduction, for after a few years of working, men quickly outdistance women in earning power.) And most young folks today, who marry while it is still necessary for the wife to work, have a sensible, matter-of-fact attitude toward money. Even while they look forward to the day when the husband's salary alone will support the family, they aren't self-conscious about the size of the wife's paycheck. The bigger it is, the better off they are—and they konw it. For the bigger the wife's paycheck, the faster the two can pay observed I Thursday afternoon, Mrs. William Knox announced. A hobby show will be held in connection with the event, with Miss Ada Bartlett and Miss Mable Rodgers in charge. problem lick them would have trouble over money, anyway—even if the wife never earned a cent in her life. * * • Valbanqueras Enjoy Early Morning- Ride At 8:30 o'clock yesterday morning, a group of 45 Valbanqueras left the Hideout for an early- morning horseback ride, returning about 10 o'clock for breakfast and , _ _ „ ,,__, informal old-fashioned dancing. The off debts, accumulate a few pos-! en j; ire g ro "P wore western outfits. Special guests included Novis Harrington of San Simon, a former i bank employee. Violet Don of the iCasa Grande branch of the Valley (National Bank and Margaret Mitchell, also a former employee. Daughters Of Nile Seamstresses To Meet .u Th 4 February sewing meeting of the Daughters of the Nile will be held at the home of Pauline Rood 715 East Moreland street, Monday with Me sd a meg Charles Laine. Smith Chtttick, and Tom Edens as-•-••— hostesses. This problem that has been built up to such a bugaboo should not ; frighten any young folks who find j themselves facing it. Any couple j with a determination to make their marriage succeed can lick it easily.! BUCKEYE. Feb. 14—K. B. Mc- The couple who would let the 1 Micken of Litchfield Park w-as the Peru Is Topic Of Club Meet At 1:30 o'clock Monday after„. . . ,, . ., _ . noon, Mesdames D. S. Hershey and Phoenix Assembly of the Order Fred Kirk win entertain at a card of Rainbow for Girls and the Phoe- and checkers tea in the Hershey nix Ordei of DeMolay will ignore nome on Northern avenue. Resef- SOAP SALE! ley se Irs. !as ten jgie ong pia aril w Do tine ed :ol rers cli M ide: pie tab cdi (M.. ta ted th fed M, hos dan ndlt IS ol INS Phi rity a abc 'u ,-fc CO Li Ju emt 5] nso lesf Jtij aih; L Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. When a man passes a man ] guest speaker at a joint meeting of 'the junior and senior women's clubs, held Thursday afternoon at the clubhouse. The subject of his talk was "Peru", which was one of the countries visited on an imaginary club tour of South America. Two travelogues on Peru were shown. Tea cakes made by the hostesses from a Peruvian receipt were served. The colors of the country, f rcen, red and yellow, were used in ecorations. The centerpiece tor the tea table was a large bowl of yellow nasturtiums and the programs were handpainted by Maude Frances and tied with green, red, and yellow. i Program chairmen were Mrs. Herbert Heggarty and Mrs. Jack Rainey. I Tea hostesses from the senior j club were Mesdames Earl Johnson.' Charles Baker, Harry Nelson, and! Floyd Haven. Tea hostesses from: the junior club were Mrs. Rainey i and Mrs. Earl Edgar. * # * State Dignitaries Attend Luncheon With many dignitaries present. conventions this evening when the Rainbows entertain the DeMolays with a stag dance in the Red room of the Masonic Temple from 9 to i J12 o'clock this evening. i Billie Glotfelter will OP chairman of the affair, which will feature informality of dress and program. Whistle dances and ladies' tags and other unconventional means will be used in mixing the guests and adding to the fun. Assisting with plans are Elaine . (Quid LlSanbee Feted ONE CAKE of SWEETHEART SOAP FOR ONLY I With every 3 yOU buy! Discover SweetHeart Sap "NO OTHER SOAP LIKE SWEET- now—you save nearly 25% Gilley, Gaynelle Johnson. Mary Lou Johnson. Margaret McCuliey. Freda Carlin, Elizabeth Turner, Virginia Cole and Estelle Dahlaine. At Birthday Party HEART! " sav delighted users, while the big One Cent Saleo Cream-white mildl frarant on! One full-size cake for oob Mrs. Quid Lisanbe was hostes Creamy-white, mildly fragrant, at a surprise birthday party early kind to your skin — it's no wonder pure SweetHeart Toilet this week honoring Mr. Lisanbe" at their home on East Sheridan _ , ,. .... street. A valentine motif was used Soap has won over five million in decorations. Included among those present were Messrs, and Mesdames Milo Gardiner, Warren Romney, Erwin Winsor, and Red Patterson. * * * Toastmistress Club new users in the last two years. on! One full-size cake for only one cent—with every three cakes at the regular low piia Get several weeks' supply today! Tear out this ad as a reminder. Annual Alumni Dance TEMPE, Feb. 14— Seniors of Tempe Union High School will give their annual alumni dance February 22 in the high school gymnasium. The Prentice Gray orchestra, Phoenix, will plav. The patriotic theme will be used in decorations and refreshments. Will Meet Monday \ \ The Phoenix Toastmistress Club 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. R. I A. Merrett. 136 Windsor drive, a' 1 7:30 o'clock Monday night. Mrr I O. A. Grayner will preside ar 1 toastmistress. Speakers will be 1 Mesdames Bertha Holman, Carl I Hoyer and Evelyn Schottmuelier. i ^ SEE JERRY COLONNA AND WANDA Me KAY IN " THE SOAP THAT AGREES WITH YOUR SKIN SWEETHEART Ttoi&rSoap mi DM SL Ari T unu rori is. rai inni lent lie", .lor} i Ai YOU'RE THE ONE' PARAMOUNT PICTUBI acquaintance of about his own acei ^ mg . hostes ses. With many dignitaries present, on the street need he lift his h!t| an rf ewing WI " s ^ ^ 10 o'clock'^e Maricopa County Democratic or is it correct merely to touch his ! D £ servecT luncheon will! Women s Quo entertained Thurs- 2 Does a man lift hi«i hat whon i^. aster l)ox is Dein S prepared byi Luncheon at tfle Arizona Club, he rnppt* a miirh nirior Jit?"" en Ittie group for the Shrine Crippled i Ma y° r Reed Shupe was toastmaster **c Jii^ci^ a Jiiuuil UJUtrl 171311 . , I .hllHron'e TJsvn..;* «1 *• ' anrt in t m/litftnA /"?«*• •<•»..*»*.. /~\ _!.___ 3. In taking leave of a newly! made acquaintance is it correct to) 0. 4. If a person you have just met ! Coast says that to you how might you w ? OLLESON, Feb. 14— Richard 0. reply? b "jWhyman, who has spent the past . Which is c o r re c t — "Miss i w * ek in f Califorl ? ia ' returned to the es, I want to make you ac- : t me of his . moth er in Tolleson yes- James, New Yorkers Visit With Chandler Folk quanted ^h V BroEr *or ter ri da > |vening: HeVpent la^we^I "Miss James, this is Mr. Brown?" Sack.^is^the'u" s! s'srldTe ;of thp U. S. Navy. Returning to :ban Bernardino, he spent the re_. daughter introduces^ ^.152*^ V^es^' te^d^i 1 ^ h - ^s^^ti^- What would you do if— are ; to CHANDLER. Feb. 14—Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Watts of Long Island. 6 N. Y., are visiting at the home of j fingers to his hat Mr. and Mrs. M. A. 5srhnpl«» TIOT-+V> ! 2 Yes 3. Cprtainlv. fa) Say "How do you do? Betty has talked so much about you?" (b) Say "How do you do?" Answers 1. It is enough to touch his Arizona Club. . was toastmaster and introduced Governor Osborn and former governors or their representatives, who gave brief ad dresses. General luncheon chairman was Hanna Kimball. assisted by Mesdames Jeanette Jennings, Nell Butterfield. Rose Morell, Maryette McFate, and William C. Fields. Guests of honor were Governor and Mrs. Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Rawghlie C. Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Phillips, Mrs. B. B. Moeur, Mayor and Mrs. Reed Shupe. Samuel Morris of Globe. Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall, Mrs. Coit I. Hughes, Mrs. F. A. Mueller, Mrs. Lou Miller, (Mrs. Samuel White and Col. J. E. 'Thompson. 4. 5. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Schuele, north' of Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Watts came here from Tucson, where they have been visiting Mrs. Watts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Mac- Brown: They plan to go to San Diego and take trips to the Grand Canyon and the Petrified Forest before returning to their New York home. Mrs. Watts and Mrs. Schuele are sisters. ,,fu , • sracious. Thank you. I hope so, too " I 'Miss James, this is Mr. ( Would You Do" TWICE AS MUCH BREAKFAST PLEASURE! Keep both in the house I Ebell Club Session Is Set In CluWwuse 'T he t E ^ ell rf C1Ub Wi " meet at !' « »—• o'clock Monday afternoon at the' MothermUl'* Phoenix Woman's Club house with 1 US6d « aoai di n Mrs. Norman Jamison as chairman. Hostesses will be Mesdames James f ,5^r ?' S; Burns> John Hausner, and J. L, Weaver. 4 Pfflibtoy BUCKWHEATS - reil old-timt buckwheat flaror— plot a !i(htnesi and tenderness old-time buckwheats never htd. 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Try it for a week. If you don't agree it's better than any other cone* -return the lid to M. J.B. Co., 665 Third Street, San Francisco. tnd we will gladly refund double your purchase price. ar n M 5. C IT 1 thei S.G M: so ftV twi ear* rid A imai Smi nnei ssrs Mfflo laid bite, *ho "tit®, kfli coo a* pa: Utli

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