Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 17, 1941 · Page 19
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3-Hl Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Monday Morning, February 17, 1941 Page Five Make This Gay Date-Time Dress Scheduled ' eb. 16— The mid- 'OUtl le i „. 16—The » convention J.UA u^nveie in Chandler f School .at 1:30 p. m. Miss Jean Benson, "if th? Chandler Girls ' continue with the t of the year's theme, .Weapons with Which the Future." Dr. C. ran P° nle - member of •-School Board, will ad- £oup on "MentalI Reft Which Youth Faces ; garet Brownlee, an in.[ her experiences and i-ttP)_I S« . . white and blue col- ,rill be carried out in SnSnents and refresh- P NJS Bernice McDamel, instructor of Chandler high Present the Senior Trio, 'oma and Wilma Kerby fty Bearden, in several O and Lawrence Rogers in in numbers. .CSrto league representatives Siefradvisers are expected 'to following high schools: Jv North Phoenix, Prescott, VmM Winslow, Flagstaff, jj^kdale, Clifton Mo- i'lima, Wickenburg, Globe, d Horence. Glendale, Buck- iio Gilbert, Pima, Scottsdale, g'd Park: and Casa Grande. " jUyce Hudspeth, sponsor of Dandier Girls League organ- is supervising convention ieats - mount and SOM I agtT ?eM uldn't of : than about til] light vie- j ntoftte Afcjtane mtestfor unnte, 53 key Hoi- 1:2 — liut told Party ..'E, Feb. 16—Rainbow Girls Rainbow Trail assembly en,«4 yesterday afternoon at a arty in the Masonic Hall. guests wore' little-girl cos- and joined in group games. _rts were used in decorating [featured the appointments at Rfreslfflients table, which was folly -arranged. Hostesses Mrs. Vivian Jones, mother r, Virginia Kendall, worthy r, and past worthy advisers. ling were Mrs. Jones, Miss _ Penelope Peck, Katherme , Cb'dene Saylor, Helen Stew- Jean Stroud, Jean Thomas, ; Louise White, Gertrude God[Daunice Crozier,' Jean Brown, Blades, Jeanette Walker, Drew, Frances Parry, Ann Euthie Jones, Vivian Han- tuline McCaw, Joan Henness, x Pqfter, Clara Ellen Sto- i ;!ta Scott, Jean Smith, Doro-1 C, Mary Lou McBurney, , Hern, Marv Ann Bishop, j Ann Bishop, Vivian Steven- j "jeth Bishop, Norma Jean! Lucille Holdeman, Annie I lard, Alpha Jean Ashby, r, Harriet GiliUand, Hazal June Allen, Dorothy i, .Mary Lee Enright, Shirley Wanda Ehrhardt, Martha j Men Stover and Marjory Frankly pretty . . . that's the theme song of Fashion 1941! This rayon crepe dress of Kelly Green is young and romantic. It's designed by Marian Martin, whose patterns we present daily. Even though you haven't taken a stitch before, the pattern with its concise sewing instructions and the modern sewing machine attachments will help you turn out a good job. Because lingerie touches spell spring, a froth of mint-white ruffling has been used around the square neckline and the bracelet-length sleeves. The waist-girdle gives a smooth, handspan effect, accented by the front-pleated skirt. This pattern, 9636, 5s available in sizes 11 to 17, 12 to 18. JLaTourette, Dorothy Peter, Dorothy Shipley, Betty Nye, i Crumbaker, Ruth Crum- te, Etaia Thude, Billie Hansen, fcHoIdeman, Clyda Jean Saylor, l "~' Fox, Helen Fox, Jode ithrettt ireairom" ffM aed FloeB 16-(AP) of them rte today downSt jne TO . Jean Ericksonl Marjory Cockran, mi —.•,—>*»* Strunk, Mari- Jfiller, Marion McTavish, Jean fflon and Barbara Jones, aine Bishop, Lea Jo Carr, Mar- Bumas, Mary Elizabeth Fram, wes Gray, Barbara Hunter, Mey Hunter, Mary Jean Irvine, a Jann, Eloise James, Mary se Jones, Virginia Kendall, ares Martin, Norma Jean Mc- Address order to the Arizona Republic Fashion Department D Enclosed is 15c for Style No. 9636. Size fj Enclosed is 15c for Style No. 9317. Size NAME (please print) Street and number • City and state. calm w v the to Ipectatort being the cam* ng". ng 8 _(AB- ual Banquet Corps Set \ Owens Woman's Relief Jl? its annual banquet rS?' at the V ou . n S Association on and Lin- arranging is and favors, utunes George Ca- iey and Pearl Park- Appreciation Program Set The Phoenix Union High School Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Prof. A. R. Etzweiler, will be featured on the program at the meeting of the fine arts department of the Phoenix Woman's Club in Ihe clubholise at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Professor Etzweiler will discuss the development of the symphony. The group of 46 local artists then will play the following selections: Overture "Semiramide," by Gioacchino Rossini; intermezzo "Caval- leria Rusticana," by Pietro Mascagni; the "Sextet from Lucia," from Gaetano Donizetti's opera; and "Southern March," by Russell Alexander. This is the last of the music ap- Norma Jane Davis Honored At Party GILBERT, Feb. 16—Mrs. J. Marvin Davis entertained a group of young people at valentine party in her home yesterday in honor of her daughter, Norma Jane. The valentine motif was carried out in decorations and refreshments. The children enjoyed a valentine box after an afternoon of play. Guests attending were Lola Nell Barker, Larry Barker, Elaine Pine Keith Sawyer t Shirley Harmon, Janice Small, Joe Hill McClachy, Norma Jane Davis, Johnny Davis and Mesdames Earl Barker, John Sawyer, Leslie Small, Alfred Pine, Walter Harmon and J. H. McClatchy. preciation programs to be given by the fine arts department. Dainly Roses Bloom and vocal selec- «.;--Duster; toast to Mrs. Cahiil; vocal num- '• H. Lohse; tin » be guest —, follow- in the Veterans of s Hall. * » * ?°oationsjoin associ . 8:15 in present"Va- Alice Brooks we in charge of HUll. *om Gilbert and Sul•""* to a takeoff on play "The i«: e 7, *'™ n - F ""ds de- '^h^ 1 ^ 11 be used to fund of both aid needy stu- — and escorts at the clubhouse Honed games party fc '&*•**' M ". Eddie * r chairman and Mes- ijipleby Meridi *2S£s£r Embroider These Exquisite Sheets And Pillow Cases PATTERN 6905 The outstanding vogue in household linens—embroidered bed sets. Do this colorful cross stitch on towels and scarf ends, too. Pattern 6905 contains a transfer pattern of a motif 6U by 21U inches and 2 motifs 6tt by 13!i inches; materials needed; instructions for edging; illustra- jons of stitches. ... TT To obtain this pattern send 15c in coin to Arizona Republic, Household Arts Department. Be sure to write plainly your name and address. Arizona Republic Household Arts Department Phoenix, Arizona Enclosed IK 16c for Pattern No. 6905. NAME (Please Print) Street and Number City and State ; Guest Day Is Arranged The Washington Woman's Club will entertain Thursday at the annual Guest Day to all woman's clubs of the central district and to all state and district officers. The affair, under the direction of Mrs. W. H. Knox, will be held at the clubhouse on Northern and 26th avenues from 2 to 5 o'clock. As this is the first Guest Day in the new clubhouse, informal open house will be held during the afternoon, with 'a short program of music to follow the introduction of guests and supplement a hobby show. A patriotic motif will be used in favors, corsages and tea table appointments. Receiving will be Hattie Greene Lockett, founder of the club, Mrs. G. M. Dean, president, and Mrs. E. G. Fitzgerald, first vice president. Mrs. L. L. Sannes, tea hostess, has asked Mesdames Dean, Fitzgerald and William Mullen to pour during the tea hour. » » * Fashion Show Held By Club FLORENCE, Feb. 16—The Florence Woman's Club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Stanley R. Mathews, president, conducting a short business meeting preceding the fashion show presented by the Florence Junior Woman's Club. Mrs. A. L. Bartlett announced that the incubator purchased by the woman's club for use in the Final County Hospital is now in service. Mrs. J. R. Treat, sponsor of the Florence Junior Woman's Club, announced that the juniors had voted to establish a free public library [or Florence, to be maintained in the club building, and would appreciate any contributions of books. There will be a library party on February 24 with admission being one book, new or used, per person. Mrs. C. W. Caywood, vice-president of the junior club, introduced Mrs. Bronco Smilanich of Tucson, who announced the fashion show. Many new spring costumes were shown, models being members of the junior club: Mesdames Norman R. Freeman, president of the juniors; Emily K. Harkey, C. W. Caywood; Misses Mary Knight, Cecilia Cathemer, Mary Padilla, Natalia Michea and Peggy Nolan. Mrs. Tom Cathemer of the junior club sang "Without a Song" and 'Trade Winds," accompanied by Mrs. H. G. Richardson at the piano. Chester Morin played the piano during the style show. Tea was served by the juniors, with Mrs. Mathews pouring. Mrs. Treat was tea chairman. The table was beautifully decorated in the valentine motif, with silver and crystal appointments. The clubhouse was decorated with a profusion of flowers, Indian rugs and Mexican serapes. Patriotic Events Of Month Discussed WILLCOX, Feb. 6—The Willcox Woman's Club met this, .week at the Community Center building. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. W. L. Johnson. Mrs. C. A. Williamson, who gave a talk on the "Patriotic Events of February," was in charge of the program. Mrs. C. C. Gardan gave a talk on "The Life of Edison," Mrs. H. P. Windsor reviewed a magazine article on "Information on the Propaganda from the British Isles," and Mrs. J. C. Wilson concluded with an article on Abraham Lincoln. • • Valentine Party Held By Prescott Club PRESCOTT, Feb. 16—Members of the Mothers Club, their husbands and other guests met Thursday night for dinner and an old- fashioned Valentine party. The affair was held at the Congregational Church center. During the evening square dances, old-time songs sung by the group, and the exchange of valentines were enjoyed. Present were Messrs, and Mesdames Courtney Boom, Norman Garrett, Tanner Groves, Russell Insley, James Martin, Walter Milligan, Cort Carter, Charles W. Ogg, Merrill Windsor and Leonard Spooner; Mesdames Dewey Sitler, J. E. Davis. Walter Edwards and Bryan Farrell; and G. L. Pitchford. Rebekah Lodge Holds Initiation Ceremony SUPERIOR, Feb. 16 —Rebekah Lodge No. 34 held initiation of five members Thursday night, with a team from Globe and San Carlos In charge. Maude Skelly, Globe, noble grand, and Maudie Campbell, San Carlos, vice grand, headed the team. Other members were Lucy Cockrane, Lena Rosa, Carrie Maurel, Maude Souden, Lela Nutter, Myrtle Oren, Mary V. De Paoli, Lavinia Clemence, Gwendoline Wilson, Maud Parnell, Emily Taylor, Louise Caranto, Cora Gundry, Bernice Mecham. Forty guests from Globe, San Carlos, Miami and Ray attended. » * * Idaho Residents Conclude Visit Here COOLIDGE, Feb. 16—Mr. and Mrs. Hall Mclntyre Macklin, and ;heir son, Fred, left today for their lome in Moscow, Ida., after spending the past two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lindeman. Mrs. Macklin and Mrs. Lindeman are sisters. Mr. Macklin is a member of :he music faculty at the University jf Idaho, and presented several informal concerts while here. * * * Alice Maude Baker Has Valentine Fete PALO VERDE, Feb. 16-Alice Maude Baker entertained at her home Friday evening with a valentine party for school friends Guests were Melba McFarland, Ruth Karstetter, Louise Kemp! Theodora Bruner, Clara Mae Manes, Ethel Narramore, LeRoy Bruner, Fred McFarland, Alfred rCarstetter James McFarland and H. D. Williams. » * * Montana Folk Visit Arlington Friends ARLINGTON. Feb. 16—Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Slater of Lewistown ^°,,V W r ere 8 ue sts of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Helms the past two weeks. Mrs. Slater is Mrs. Helms' sister. They plan to go to California next weejc before returning home. Your Garden This Week NOTE: Timely ^""nation pertaining to gardening . , f , " valley and other similar climates are contained Mnmi Wr -" ten by Mrs ' Peter Cor Pstem and published each «° 7? m ° rmn S on the woman's page of the Arizona Republic. Jn™i C " pst ? m>s wid e knowledge of garden problems has proved invaluable to both the experienced as well as inexperienced horticulturist. • . , Spring Snowflakes Just now the dainty snowflake, or leucojum (lu-ko-jum), is taking its place in the early spring garden. It comes a little later than the galanthus, or snowdrop, and is sometimes confused with that shorter- stemmed, earlier bloomer because each is a white bell-shaped blossom with a tiny spot of green on the tip of each petal. There are several varieties of this hardy bulb flower, but the one best known in Arizona is leucojum vernum, whose drooping blossoms are a welcome sight in any spring garden. The flower stalk is a flat green tubular shoot about 12 or 14 inches high, much like a jonquil leaf. As it develops the upper end fattens and becomes lighter in color, until it finally splits down one side, allowing the green-tipped six white petals to open, exposing the delicate cluster of yellow stamens of the topmost hlossom. In a shaded location, the blossoms last longer, and the lower blossoms along the stem are slower to open. The number on the stem vanes from two to three to a dozen. The blossom's lack of fragrance is disappointing. It is a flower so like the fragrant lily of the valley, but without fragrance of its own! The snowflake does not lend itself to a stiff row, but is more attractive grown in clusters or groups of a dozen scattered about under tall shrubbery, or nestling in a corner by the doorstep to be observed at close range. Plants should be allowed to remain undisturbed for several years, or until they become too thick for their own good. The bulb is rather large compared with the flower it produces and requires ample food and loamy soil to do its best. Watdi The Leaves A light mulch of plant moss and well-decayed barnyard fertilizer will hold sufficient moisture and food to bring up numerous blue-green strap-shaped leaves in early December. The leaves are a beautiful sight even before the blossoms come. They are of a soft, fresh texture unlike other bulb leaves, and remain in good condition long after the flowers are gone. In midsummer they turn yellow, as do narcissus leaves, and finally brown and die. Do not cut them until they are completely matured, as they are forming next season's blossoms. During the dormant period the bulbs require little attention. It is well to mark the spot where they are, so they will not be cut by sharp implements during cultivation. They require some moisture during summer, and if the soil is kept loamy the flowers Will be more numerous on each stalk. Snowflakes should be planted in September and October, at least six inches deep. They multiply rapidly and soon form a dainty ground cover underneath blooming shrubs, such as ornamental fruit trees, viburnums and buddleias. " Another hardy bulb flower blooming with the snowflake is the white allium, or onion flower. There are many varieties of allium, but the large white is the most popular in Arizona, and blooms under the same conditions as the snowflake. Arizona Republic Society and Club News Department 203 Heard Bldg. Phoenix, Arizona Phone 3-1111 Editor Pauline Cooper Bates Assistant Abby Phillips Carlson Art Group To Give Prescott Pr o g r a m PRESCOTT, Feb. 16—The Monday Club art department, in place of the music department, will direct this week's program, which was to have been given by a group of Phoenix artists. At the request of the Phoenix group, the music program will be postponed until Monday, March 10. The meeting will be under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. C. Nave, with Mrs. E. E. Foulks as hostess. Mrs. Lillian Wilhelm Smith, well- known artist, will bring several of her pictures for exhibition, and will furnish the entire program for the afternoon. Mrs. Smith is known for her paintings of western scenes. A meeting of the board of directors at 2 o'clock, of the advisory board at 2:15, and a general business meeting of the club will precede the program, to begin at 3 o'clock. * • • Casa Grande Group Holds Bridge Party CASA GRANDE, Feb. 16—Seven tables of bridge were played at the Casa Grande Woman's Club Thursday evening, with Mrs. Paul Ripple and Mrs. T. M. Carlton as hostesses. The valentine motif was used in tallies, refreshments and table appointments. A heart game was part of the evening's fun, whereby candy hearts were used as fines for speaking a forbidden word during the course of the bridge games. The winner collecting the most 'fines" was awarded a prize. High score winners were Edna Dalby and Mrs. J. D. Houck. Caroline Templeton was special prize winner, and Dr> J. E. Redden was "fines" winner. Those attending were Messrs, and Mesdames T. M. Carlton, V. C. Dalby, Paul Ripple, M. M. Doak. J. D. Houck, A. C. Forbach, and V. S. Owen; Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Redden: Mesdames J. L. Shaw, Etta Rathbun, G. J. Hager, Grace Ryder, Eldora Curry, Helen Coons, C. B. Franklin, Alice Westmorland, Caroline Templeton, George P. Serrano. • • • Higley Residents Give .Valentine Party HIGLEY, Feb. 16—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ellsworth entertained Thursday evening with a valen- :ine party at their home in Higley. Elaborate table decorations were used with red and white color scheme with the valentine motif predominating. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames William Wright, Russ Bentley Reg Brimhall, Tom Anderson and Hugh Ellsworth. High score for bunco was won by William Wright, with Mr. and Mrs. Bentley receiving low. California Residents Visit In Palo Verde PALO VERDE, Feb. 16-^Norma Jean Cunningham and Louis Cunningham of Riverside, Calif., former residents of Palo Verde, were visitors this week at the home of Mrs W. G. Narramore. They also visited old school friends and several courtesies were given in their SINUS Colds, Headaches TRY THERMASK Electro-heat therapy applies penetratins heat to head arid cheek bones. Increases circulation to facilitate drainage, localize infection, reheye pain. PIucs in anywhere. GUAKAN- . TEED. Bin' at your Dnclor'a representative: Southwestern Surgical Supply Co. J. J. YAH VECHTEN 3602 Quince St. S»n Diego. Ctjtt. School Is Held ByRebekahs WINSLOW, Feb. 16—Thirty- hree delegates from the Winslow Joseline Rebekah lodge attended the school of' instruction Thursday evening conducted in Odd Fellows Hall at Flagstaff by Wilma Sale, district deputy president and instructor, of Winslow. The schooling was interspersed with the following program: Opening remarks, Mrs. Sales; opening prayer by Alice Wilson, Flagstaff; address of welcome, Martha Thomas, Flagstaff; response by Hattie Flaharty, Winslow; response by Minnie Ginsch, Williams; reading of records of last school of instruction by the secretary, Thursa Webb, Winslow; roll call; "How a Rebekah Lodge Can Make Itself Felt in the Community" by Caroline Blahnik, Flagstaff; "The Value of Theta Rho Girls Club'" by Dorothy McDougall, vice-president of Rebekah Assembly of Arizona, Williams; order of balloting exemplified by Rebekah Lodge No. 21, Winslow; "Education Foundation Program'" by Kathryn Smith, Williams; "How a Noble Grand Can Have an Interesting and Harmonious Year" by Edna Foy, Winslow; one-act play, "The Daughters of Rebekah" by members of Flagstaff Lodge No. 17; closing prayer by Inez McDaniels of Flagstaff. The next district deputy instructor will be a member recommended from Williams Lodge No. 10. A social hour-followed the school of instruction. • • * Shower Is Held At Willcox Home WILLCOX, Feb. 16—Mrs. F. H. Hurtado, Mrs. W. C. Riggs, Mrs. Glenn Stevens and Miss Eva Ramsey were hostesses recently in the Hurtado home with a miscellaneous shower, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hurtado, who were recently married. Many pretty and useful gifts for their new house were received. Guests included, besides the honoree, Mesdames Rose Smith, J. M. Garnet, Alfert Fax, Stark Riggs, Ellerbe Riggs, Will De Baud, Frances Massey, Lulu Tatum, Tom Bean, Janice Miscovich, Ella Kirby, Pete Downs, May Thomas, Jessie White, Martha White, Robert Dal- geesh and Miss May Cohen. . • * * Fifth Birthday Party Held By Superior Boy SUPERIOR, Feb. 16 —Tommie Williams celebrated his fifth birthday with a party in his honor Friday afternoon. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Williams. A large red and white valentine cake was the centerpiece at the refreshments table. Red and white basket favors were given the guests, who included Billy Lynn and Mary Ann Tucker, Charley Hamilton and Charles Shartzer. NOW Vndtr-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Does not tot dresses, does not irritate skin. 2. Nowaitingtodry.Ctnbeused right after shaving. . _ 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. Apure,white,gre»selesJ,stain- less-vanishing cieam. 9. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seil of the American Institute of laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 25 MILLION ja» of Anid have been told. Try ajaitodayl ARRID -^ At all •lore* Mlliae toilet V «J«* f.UoinlO/. " -- - - KORRICKS 1 FABRIC NEWS—THIRD FLOOR- B. 1138 50* "Yes, I made it myself! 11 Custom - made! Expensive words sometimes . . . thrifty ones if they say you've cut and stitched a new costum* for yourself! Here are five new fabrics destined to make fashion news .... and patterns suitable to each. Fabrics sections abound in new ideas inviting you to plan your "custom - made" spring wardrobe at once . . . to have twice as many clothes! Come see! A. New! Big, bold Hawiian prints for dinner pajamas, formals. For those subdeb full skirts! Washable rayon crepes In dusty rose, aqua, warpath red, natural, copen, ™<* Voeue S-4273 "KOOLANA", washable rayon faille yd. (90 B. Joysee prints very like fine rayon Jersey. Washable, pastel prints, dots, bright stripes, florals. yd. 59c "JACTTA", washable §pun rayon stripe. yd. 99* C. Miami prints advertised in Vogue, a favorite in readymade casual clothes. Florals, stripes, dots, in a full array of spring colors. Washable. yd. 89c D. "Faconne" sheer really a "shadow" sheer. Important for afternoon wear. Has lovely self patterns. White, copen, aqua, rose, navy, black, beige. yd. 1.19 E. Hand-screened rayon jersey prints doubly clear and lovely thanks to hand-screening. Cool, easy to pack. Colorful florals and conservative patterns. 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