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Telephone 3-1111 Arizona Republic, PHoenix; Tuesday Morning, February 18,1941 Page Sevei ™ t^Ljff^' . 'raternity o Initiate T Mu Gamma, international _ age fraternity, will ''formal initiation at 5:30 •'{ this afternoon at Phoenix • College, to be followed by a t at the Arizona Club. e who will be initiated in im- ve candlelight rites are Glenn ; Shirley Upton, Evelyn ,.«, 'jean Claypool, C. A. Car- Lorraine Fish, John Caldwell, '.aid Reese, Victor Cook, Laurel naniel, Helen Burg, Mary S£r King, Earl Udall, Billie 'fish and Doris Pabst. is" Elizabeth Campbell will di- the initiation with the aid rj« ;<- Robinson, president I. -hapter. • Member• : .-oup is achieved by ,.„. . ss than 2 "A's" and in three semesters study j foreign language, rcold nutcups, candles and a vi-er centcrpie.ce of golden jon- ; and jasmine will be used in ating the banquet tables at Arizona Club. Miss Barbara -jth is chairman of decorations. ice cards will be decorated with md-painted figures dressed in na. French. German and Spanish Inside the place cards, will find the program v e: of welcome by Miss 1 open the program lowx-- .Presses and responses 'various'languages. Speaking to ibers in other languages will Mme. Percy Jones, French; Udall, French response; Frau Xewcamp, German; Miss Doris response; Mike Prado, Span-. j,. yics Lorraine Fish, response. Vfiss •• T nglish will sing a Jrnrar Soi r im Rosier" by *' se : .ax ^ the program 3 be u». •!- " s in the three prest.. i by the initi- times. lorees jrth< I in .=• Crochet You'll Proudly Own Patriotic Panel Or Pillow Simple To Crochet PATTERN 6899 God Bless America—the prayer of every American! Carry it out in this effective filet crochet—a patriotic panel or pillow top easy in string or fine cotton. Use it as a pillow, too. Pattern 6899 contains chart and directions for panel; illustration of it and of stitches; materials needed. • To obtain this pattern send 15c in coin to Arizona Republic, Household Arts Department. Be sure to write plainly your name and address. Reeder-Randall Wedding Told WINSLOW, Feb. 17—Coining as a surprise to their many friends Is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Doris Ann Randall of Pine to John Vincent Reeder of Winslow. The wedding took place, at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon, February 10, in Prescott in the Latter Day Saints Church with Bishop Joseph Allen reading the marriage lines. _. „ For the ceremony, Miss Randall wore a teal blue street dress, fashioned with tight basque waist with inserts of tiny pleats, full skirt and three-quarter length sleeves, and matching accessories. Her corsage was of tiny white rosebuds. She is the daughter of B. D. Randall of Pine and has made her home in this city for the past year, graduating from Winslow High School in 1940. The bridegroom, son of Ma. and Mrs. Charles C. Reeder of this city, has resided in Winslow for the past five years, coming here from Albuquerque. N. M. He is a 1938 graduate of the Winslow High School. Just prior to her marriage, the bride was feted with a miscellaneous shower in Pine at which Mesdames Ed Patterson, Frank C. Randall, C. B. Lofgreen and C. L. Bondurant were hostesses. The bridal couple will make their home in this city at 721 Winslow avenue. Mr. Reeder is associated with the Texas Oil Company here. Slton Bryant, Catt Fish •Jick Ragus, Jerry Kolb, Guests will be Dean H. B. Wy- Dean Vera E. Gibson, Dr. •sices Plcak, Miss Elizabeth lapbell. Madame Jones, Mr. udo, Mrs. Newcamp and Miss an Hunter, sponsor. [id Party Is Held By Winslow Group WINSLOW.Feb. 17—Hair ribbons, art skirts, Lord Fauntleroy suits skid clothes furnished the theme a "kid party" Saturday night, i Mesdames Walter Rhyan, Edwards, Howard Duffy and Erwin entertained at Junior „- hall. Spelling matches, bean bag races, isical chairs and other miscel- :«ms games furnished enter- icnt for the evening. Those jing prizes for the most ap- priate costumes were Mrs. D. I. itison and D. A. Hitchcock. Mrs. H. Barren and Gregory Hynes dved door awards. Candy suck- la were given to the guests as •s. Those attending were Messrs. Mesdames Parr Lancaster, Chase, Lee Hubbard, Kenneth [taiinson, D. I. Pattison, D. A. ichcock, Gregory Hyncs, C. H. jrron, Emmerson Williams, Rob- •t Invin, Joseph Kasuaiitis, C. A. Seymour Anderson and isrs. Waller Rhyan, Roy Ed- irds, Howard Duffy and John "win. * * * lomemakers Clubs (Hear Cooking Experts \F L O R E N C E, Feb. 15—The Thmemakers clubs of Florence and d Casa Grande Valley Farms re- Ifettlement mot in the community rioiise Friday morning, with Flossie |Willis Barmcs, home demonstrator, Miss Jean Stewart, nutrition wt from the University of Ariz,1 Extension Service. Oven-cook- Sd meals was the topic for discus" , with Miss Stewart and Mrs. nes preparing and demonstrat- b a baked dinner, which was serv- ffbuffet style. I After the" luncheon, a discussion I economic conditions relating to »d was held. [Plans for a yearly meeting of p.'idpnt$ and one other member «n each cluh, to learn demon- •tC:-m methods, were discussed. .triotic Program Held In Prescott PRESCOTT, Feb. 12—A patriotic ocram was presented at the reg- nr dinner meeting of the Busi- 'ss and Professional Women's Club M late last week at the Hassa- mpa Hotel, with Miss Goldie Mar: as program chairman. 'Miss Patricia Black, fifth grade dent of the Miller Valley School itod Lincoln't Gettysburg Ad- ss, and two songs were given bj f cirls from Miss Mary Joblings sic class, Charlsie Ulrich, Mar- rite Eastvold, Genevieve Baker ry Hill and Margaret Windsor. Lincoln the Man" was the sub*• of a talk by Leslie Childers Kroner of the Toastmasters Club » Stack, local attorney, and also "oastmaster, talked on Arizona atehnod. The tables were decorated in red Wte and blue. Those assisting in Jpanping the program were Miss •nona Riley, Miss Cleo Sands I Thelma Ratcliffe. • * * Ehomton-Gifford Nuptials Are Read CASA GRANDE, Feb. 17—a quie Arizona Republic Household Arts Department Phoenix, Arizona Enclosed is 15c for Pattern No. 6899. NAME (Please Print). Street and Number. City and State. Valentine Meet Held By Clifton Chapter CLIFTON, Feb. 17—Initiation eremonies and a quiz program pre- ented by men of the chapter were eatures of the valentine meeting E Century chapter, Order of the lastern Star, in the Masonic Hall ate last week. Mrs. O. K. Cook, worthy matron, resided. Following the business ession and initiation, a program of eneral information was presented nder the direction of W. A. Smith ssisted by Ira Spoon. Plans for a skating party to be iven Saturday evening for girls of the Rainbow assembly and De- [olays were made. The following ommittees were appointed to serve t the next meeting: entertainment, Irs. Marshall Simms, Miss Verna Jartin and Mable Spann; refreshments, Mrs. J. P. Cislaghi, H. H. Jrubaker, and Miss Ethel Cunningam. Guests were Virginia Barnum of Edge Ward, Ark., and Esther Widner, Huntington Park, Calif. * * * Morenci Gardeners Honored At Stargo MORENCL Feb. 17—Members of he Morenci Garden Club were uests at a tea given in their honor v the Stargo Garden Club at the ome of Mrs. R. N. Hoffman Thurs- was solemnized Friday a ! Christian Church at Florence I? the Rev. L. E. Hancock, who d in marriage Miss Geraldine ranees Gifford, daughter of Mr Mrs. Roy Gifford of Casa de, and Glenn Scott Thornton Turkey. Tex. young couple returned to Grande to announce the news J mcir friends and then left im " ately for Miami where th- 'egroom has a position, and they will make their home * * # mdview Women 'Give Lunclieon ..fie Grandview Woman's CM •give a covered-dish luncheor «:30 o'clock tomorrow after m the clubrooms at th' r~i.—«uh ~ • Ifirthft 5 a "ew School. A Washingtor ay motif will be used in ap lents and Mesdames Ethe «s and A. F. Slater will b •»«, ""S 6 - Election of officers will f 0 * the meet SlJWtorn Woman's'Club o Entertain Today ,;.- psborn Woman's Club wi with a patriotic bridg at 12:30 o'clock this af i at the clubhouse, 17 Eas i road. Mrs. Horace Wi hostess, has announceoVtha ' visitors in the citysiiav Invited to attend. ^lagstaff Hostesses Entertain Many Friends At Bridge Party PRESCOTT CONGREGATIONAl The Women's League of the First Congreational Church will 'meet meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Ruffner. Sarah Merritt and Mrs. James Whetstine will assist as cohost- esses. The program will "be under the direction of the Christian world service committee, of which Mrs. Miley Deming is chairman. Mrs. Charles Franklin Parker will have charge of the program, which will include the reading of a letter from the Rev. Loy Lewis Long and Mrs. Long from India, and the showing FLAGSTAFF Feb. 17—One of the ic outstanding social events of the re-lenten season was the 1 o'clock uncheon and bridge at Hotel lonte Vista Friday afternoon 'hen Mrs. E. J. Harnisch, Mrs. oe E. Angle, Mrs. H. H. Long- illow and Mrs. Lynn Brown hared honors as cohostesses. In keeping with the Valentine av theme, bridge and table ap- oihtments and the menu reflected and Valter D. Bennett, Graham Mc- Jary and R. E. Henry of Clark- ale, and Mesdames Hubert Richrdson, Jack Richardson, and V. W. Wilson, and Miss Jean Rich- rdsoh of Cameron; Mrs. J. L. har>er and Mrs. Bill Wilkinson of .ed Lake; Mesdames A. H. Schermann, Glenn Kurzrock, H. G. loore, E. A. Ardrey, Joseph R. abbitt, Oscar Verkamp, Fred E. Anderson, John Paul Jones, M. A. Hoffpauir, T. E. Pollock, Frank E. nider, C. C. Cheshire, J. C. Dolan, L C, McQuatters, James J. Rior- an of San Francisco. Mesdames E. A. Anderson, Har- Id L. Huffer, H. V. Watson, M. G. "ronske, E. A. Miller, R. . W. Vheeler, C. G. Lueker, James E. Babbitt, Arnold Bledsoe, G. T. Uidgley, John J. Harton, W. W. finsley , Wilfred Killip, Walter 3ryant, C. B. Wilson, ST., Kent .ucker, Riordan Chambers, E. B. irew, T. J. Tormey, Maurice M. 'ook, George Prochnow, Earl C. lipher, Orrin E. Webber. Mesdames Francis L. Decker, , E. Hablutzel. J. P. McVey, Herert Babbitt, Kenneth L. Webber, ohn G. Babbitt. J. W. Quimby of Wontclair, N. J., J. Q. Thomas, H. K. Mangum, Ike Veazey, T. E. IcCullouRh, George Babbitt, sr., ^eo ivtarable, Haydee Lane, C. B. Vilson, jr.. Dayton Draine, Layton Beamer, Walter Runke, jr., James Williams, Joe F. Aubin, Al Anderon, John Bennett, Joseph J. Wald- iaus, Ernest J. Yost. Mesdames D. H. Burtis, Henry L. Uhers. Harry W. Micke, Vaughn C Wallace, J. L. Hurst of Hillsboro, i\ af tern oo* Silver and red valentine hearts ormed the decorations. A large eart-shaped flower centerpiece ,-as used on the tea table which .-as laid in silver, with tall lighted ed tapers. Pouring were Mrs. oseph H. Fairbanks, president, and Irs. Lawrence Ormsby, vice-presi- ent of the Stargo Club. Assisting vere Mesdames Burton Tate, Wilam Miller, Robert Stratton, Keith •inlay, Agnes Conerty, John Kenedy, Thomas Lawson and C. w. Orr. Mrs. Burton was general hairman. f ^ Missionary Talks At Times Club Party Especially interesting to mem- jers of the Times Club who met or luncheon yesterday afternoon it the home of Mrs. Roy T. Richards was the talk given by May oegins, native Phoenician, who las spent the past 17 years in the Philippines as a missionary worker rs. Ralph Palmer was assisting hostess. The house was decorated throughout With many spring flow. "special guests were Mesdames A. P Vs. Drey%-ogel £°hoen£ P and n cWAbbott and Fred Smith of Tucson. * * * Prescott Club Feted At Valentine Party PRESCOTT, Feb. 17—Mrs. Hen y Suder was hostess Friday after noon at a valentine party for .mem bers of the Pine Crest Club. During the afternoon Mrs. Boyd Lyons presented a reading about St. Val en At n tending were Mesdames Tony •R Tvnrh W A. Walker, Leo T Stack H A! Hough, Eldon F. Ho bait John Ross Robertson Anna Anderson, Allen Cutter, Lloyd Hell er F B Wiley, Dewey Born, Pear Sethea and Miss Laura Hough. Tempe Lunch Group To Convene Today TEMPE, Feb. 17—The Tuesday I »^ffaSL^«.% Tuesday. Mrs. Delia Dickm will be hostess. Mrs. Har Hazard president, will conduct buS nieeting after tte coverej dish luncheon which will be $prv« at noon. Cards wai be played the afternoon.^ ^ ^ Cur Non Club To Hold Afternoon Party Today The Cur Non Club will meet the home of Bess Miller, 1375 West Moreffi street, tor «n afternoo party at 2 o'clock today, son the valentine motif and red white sweet peas provided enterpiece at each table. At bridge, high score went .to rs. E. D. Babbitt; second, to Mrs. , J. Mitchell; third, to Mrs. C. C. reighton, and fourth, Mrs. Wilbur ,affey. Mrs. Sam Richardson of ameron received the intermediate rize and consolation went to Mrs. W. Jakle, sr. Other guests included Mesdames Church Groups of pictures of other missions local church. their mission and supported by the SCOTTSDALE METHODIST The Women's Society of Christian Service will hold its February luncheon meeting in Wesley Hall at noon tomorrow with Mesdames W. O. Benger, Eli Whitaker, J. J. Trautmiller and E. A. Chatham as hostesses. 'The and Inter-racial Minority Groups Co-operation" is the title of the afternoon program and will be presented under the direction of Mrs. G. M. Marshall, , * * * MORENO COMMUNITY The Ladies Aid to the Morenci Community Church will 'hold a covered dish luncheon in the church dining room at 1 p. m. Wednesday. All women of the community may attend. Each is askec to bring a luncheon dish. Coffee and tea will be provided by the committee. Mrs. G. H. Ferguson is general chairman. The business session will be held beginning at 2 p. m., Mrs. Carll B Miller to preside. The new constitution will be discussed. .-*•»-* ST. JAMES AT MORENO Mae Sharp will be hostess to the women of the guild to St. James Church at her home at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lewis Smith will conduct the business session, held. 11., T. Moore, M. G. Knoles, jr., Fred W. W. Jakle, jr., Orinn Compton, C. W. Isham, Willard impson, C. H. Boynton. Leighton Cress, Raymond G. Babbitt, Glenn Longley, H. - A. Barnes, Robert ''ronske, C. J. Brooksby, Harry Jiller, George Portnoff, Richard 'rochnow. Jack E. Knowles and lobert Prochnow, and Miss Elsa lyers. Vlodern Literature E Topic For Program CASA GRANDE, Feb. 17—Mod_.'n literature is the subject for liscussion scheduled for the meet- ng of the College Club Wednesday in the home of Mrs. C. J. King t'Sacaton. "Pose" will be presented by Mrs. 5 E. Richerson and Mrs. C. C. jmith and the poetry portion of he program will be given by Mrs. - -- ~ " and Mrs. George Harold Fulton Walker. Tea hostesses will be Mrs. R. H. 'eebles and Mrs. G. Hoopes. * * * Prescott Matron Is Luncheon Hostess PRESCOTT, Feb. 17—Mrs. Wes- ey Plum entertained at her home Thursday afternoon with a valen- ;ine luncheon, which was followed jy an afternoon of needlework and *ames. Her guests included Mesdames Sidney C. Rice, Malcolm A social hour also will be Semiformal Dance Planned At Chandler CHANDLER, Feo. 17—Burnice Dory, chairman of the social committee of the high school senior class, has announced the class wil sponsor a George Washington ball Friday in the school gymnasium The dance will be semiformal. Parent-Teacher Associations INSPIRATION ADDITION Swallow tail coats, prince Al- >ert cutaways, blackface, white gloves and large-sized shoes will irovide proper atmosphere at the ninstrel show to be given under he sponsorship of the Inspiration "'arent-Teacher Association at the .liami High School auditorium Thursday night. Dress rehearsal will be held tonight. Cecil Mc- irr is directing the show, which is entitled "The Daisy Belle Minstrels". Those participating will include itr. and Mrs. G. E. Hicks, Mr. and ilrs. Floyd Tomerlin, Mrs. A. Sohse, Irma Cooper, Herman Cook, >tr. and Mrs. Jedd Stone, Beatrice Jack Graybeal, Sarah Catherine Viehe _and Ned Ussher, Cann, Fred Jorthrup, Cecil "Trusselli/ Kary Cresos, Helen Saban, Pauline Os- onu. Corrine Baroldy, Norma Lee Be- lilion, Gloria Sanchez and Lorene larper, Johnson Fanning, Bob "Jraefe, Glenn Wilson, E. R. Kiel- jass, Harry Martin, Wallace LeSuer, C. M. Milan, Alma Sotq, Minnie Martinez and Herbert Fine. * * * * MIAMI The regular meeting of the : eorge Washington Parent-Teacher Association will be held at 3 p. m. Friday. The program will include group singing, led by the boys glee club; rhythmic numbers by the kinder- "arten class; a talk, "The Unique Tunction of the Parent-Teachers Association in an American Democracy" by M. C. Case; and a vocal solo by Mrs. J. C. Spaulding. An executive meeting will be held at 2:30 p. m. * * * ROOSEVELT More than 150 persons attended a successful out west dance, given at Neighborhood House Saturday night by the Roosevelt association x> raise funds for the youth recreation and welfare projects. General chairman of the dance was Mrs. Cecil C. Cook, assisted by Mesdames Sidney Acton, Thyrle Stapley, William Schrader, John Herrscher, J. J. Clark, and Raymond Percy, reservations; Mrs. H. B. Finnell and Miss Frances Folsom, tickets; Mrs. H. E. Stephens, publicity; Mannie Humphrey, posters; Mesdames E. L. Ruch, R. S. Spotts, and Miss Glee Wold, Messrs. H. E. Stephens, .E. L. Ruch and George Wilkins, decorations; Messrs. H. B. Finnell, Gordon Barr and W. J. Sutler, corral. Refreshments were served by the Camp Fire Girls, assisted by Mesdames L. M. Fouts and Nola Belford. * * * DYSART Founders Day will be observed In a program to be presented at S o'clock tonight in the Dysart School by the PTA. "A Pageant as Told by Candles," will be given under the direction of Mrs. P. M. Van Sant. Those in the cast include Mesdames Van Sant, Ralph Cassidy, Davis Cloud, R. O. Doolittle, Ivor Franklin, Eugene Reems. Also on the program will be P. M. Van Sant, who will give the past history ol the association. Mrs. Horace Bell will serve refreshments. » * * • PENDEKGAST The executive board of the Pendergast PTA will hold a special meeting at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the school. * * * Creative Day Is Set By Roosevelt Club Creative Day, an annual evenl on the calendar of the Roosevelt Junior Woman's Club, will be observed Wednesday afternoon in Neighborhood House. A potluck luncheon will be served at 12:30 o'clock with Mesdames Virgi Lemons, Sam Wright, jr., Frank Bradford, and William Albright acting as hostesses. Mrs. J. J. Taylor, program chairman, will make arrangements for a display of handiwork made by club members. Child's Gay Frock And Bonnet Bridgwater, George C. Gammill, John R. Franks. W. J. Webb, Charles Barnes, Charles F. Ewmg, Rolland Bruch, Charles Elrod and Grant W. MacCurdy. * * * Clifton Club Hears Review Of New Book CLIFTON, Feb. 15—"The Birth of Arizona," J. Morris Richard's new book, was reviewed' by Mrs. Douglas Brubaker, as the program in observance of Admission Day, held by the Clifton Woman's Club in the clubhouse Friday afternoon. The regular business session was conducted by Mrs. Bryant W. Jones. Reports on the pyramid parties and the club public library were given. The next meeting was announced for February 28. Program on Arizona history will be presented, with Mrs. O. J. Cotey, sr., as chairman. » * • Sacaton Woman To Review Boole CHANDLER; Feb. 17—Mrs. Golden Hoops of Sacaton will review Elizabeth Pages' book, "Tree of Lib- ertv" afc-the literary lesson of the Relief Society at 2 o'clock Tuesday afteiwon in the Latter Day Saints Church. I PATTERN 9657 That tiny belle-of-tomorrow loves pretty, dainty clothes just as much as older sister does! Here's an irre-_ sistible new outfit to please mother* and youngster alike. It's Pattern 9657, a Marian Martin design that includes a frock, a bonnet and a pair of panties. The dress buttons all down the front, self-help style, and has front panelling. The pocket pair is optional but very gay and decorative. You have a choice of two sleeve lengths. Top off the costume with a beguiling bonnet that ties under the chin and has a stitched eye-shade. You might try gay flashes of contrast for the pockets, collar, sleeves and bonnet and be sure to use self or contrast ruffling all 'round the edges. Pattern 9657 may be ordered only in children's sizes 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10. Size 6, bonnet and dress, requires 2% yards of 35-inch fabric and 2% yards ruffling. Send 15c in coins for this Marian Martin pattern. Be sure to write plainly your size, name and address. Success to your spring sewing . with the Marian Martin pattern book, just out! The only printed collection of the famous designs featured daily in this paper. All the clothes you need are shown in lovely colors, available in simple patterns. Enchanting frocks for home, street, afternoon and evening. Gay sportswear. Vivacious "small-fry" outfits. Fabric and accessory news, lake advantage of this prompt by- mail service today! Book 15c. Pattern 15c. .Address order to the Arizona Republic Fashion Department D Enclosed is IScfor Style No. 9657. Size Enclosed Is 15c for Pattern Book. NAME (please print). Street and number. and state. lif ornan /•^i La Is Honor Guest PRESCOTT, Feb. 17—MIs« Elizaeth Buzan of Pasadena, Calif., ho has been the house guest for ivo weeks of her sister, Mrs. Howrd H. Fields, was complimented riday afternoon at a bridge lunch- on at the Fields home, at which rs. Fields and Mrs. Roberta Pfier entertained. A-Mexican motif was employed decorations,-the flowers being in ed and tables being graced with 'exican figurines. Hostesses added i the colorful picture by wearing ostumes of the southern republic. ridge prizes from Mexico were eces of Mexican art in tin and ottery. Following the luncheon, seven ,bles of bridge were in play, with rizes being awarded Mrs. Richard erritt, high score; Mrs. John R. ranks, second high; and Mrs. Brest Bukove, low score. A cut prize ent to Mrs. R. G. Pritchard. On Monday Miss Buzan accom- anied Mrs. Fields to Tucson, where icy visited their mother, Mrs. hauncey Buzan, after which Mrs. ields went to Sonoita, where Mr. ields is engaged in mining. * * * -orene Dryden Leads Series Lorene Dryden, clothing spe- alist from the University of Ariona, will conduct the first of a cries of four meetings on "The tanned Wardrobe" at 10 o'clock lis morning in the office of the ounty home demonstration agent, 201 West Madison street. Em- lasis for the sessions this week ill be laid on interesting color ombinations in clothjng and the election and use of accessories in ress. Leaders from Agua Fria, alsz, Baxter, Phoenix Home- eads Isaac district, Pendergast nd Litchfield Park will be pres- nt. Other meetings are as follows: Arizona Republic Society and Club News Department 203 Heard BWg. Phoenix, Arizona ' Phone 3-1111 Editor Pauline Cooper Bates . Assistant ' ' Abby Phillips Carlson p. m.,' a Friday; 0 a. m. Wednesday, home of Mrs. :arc Kentch, Buckeye, for leaders om Buckeye, Wintersburg and alo Verde; Thursday at Higley ommunity Church for leaders om Chandler Homemakers Club, handler Farm Security and Higy; and Friday at the Second Vard chapel, Latter Day Saints hurch, Third avenue and Latham reet for leaders from all wards f the Phoenix stake. * * * Presidents Form Organization MIAMI, Feb. 17—Meeting at the ome of Mrs. W. B. Spear Thursay evening, past presidents of the liiaiai Woman's Club organized for the purpose "of promoting a great- r interest in club work." A constitution and bylaws were ormulated and will be sent to the: tate board for ratification. Mrs. J. C. McLachlan, first presi- ent of the Miami Junior Woman's was named president, and ilrs. John Cannizzo, secretary- reasurer. Meetings will be held four times early, in February, May, October nd December. Although these meetings will be social, the group will select a yearly project, and assist the mother club. Membership is open to all past iresidents of the local club, and o past presidents of other women's lubs, who are members of the /Ham! club. * • • 3esert Woman's Club Has Valentine Fete COOLIDGE, Feb. 17—The origin f St. Valentine's Day and a brief istory of the state of Arizona vere program features of a meet- ig of the Desert Woman's Club 'riday afternoon in the home of VIrs. W. H. Farnsworth. Mrs. ..eon Thompson was chairman. Roll call was answered with val- ntine rhymes. Mrs. Howard lolland, president, announced a ealth talk on cancer would be eard at a meeting in the club- ouse February 28 under the di- ection of Frank Williams, state hairman of health education. Mrs. C. L. Skousen assisted Mrs. 'arnsworth with refreshments. * * • Dinner Party Honors Chandler Resident CHANDLER, Feb. 17—Mrs. Ben Uggs was honored with a dinner party yesterday on the occasion of ler birthday, given at the home of ler son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Calendar The Pueblo Grande ruins and tne laboratory, five miles east on Washington street and the Grand Canal, are open to visitors every day from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Phoenix public library, llth 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 5 p. m. dally .except Monday. Reading room Youne Men's Christian Association building, Second avenue and Monroe street, open from 8 a. m. to .n p. m. v Reading rooms Young Women's Christian Association building. 234 West Monroe street, open from 8 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Northeast branch of Phoenix public library, 1002 North. Second street, 10 a. to 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Phoenix Art Center, 702 Bast Adams street, open from 9 a. m. to 12. 1 to 5 ' and 7:30 to 10 p. m., Monday to Saturdays and Sundays, 1 to 5 p. m. . Work rooms of Marlcopa chapter, American Red Cross. 1211 North Third avenue, open dally except Saturday and Sunday fron. 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Heart Museum. 22 East Monte Vista road, open from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. daily except Sunday and Monday. Open Sunday fron. 1 to 4 p. m., and closed all day Monday. Desert Botanical Gardens In Papago Park. Gardens open to the public at all times. Administration building open to the public only on Sundays. TODAY Weekly 20-30 Club meet, 12:10 p. m.. Hotel Westward Ho. Weekly Klwanls Club meet, noon, Hotel Adams. Weekly meet. Phoenix Real Estate Board, 12:05 p. m.. Arizona Club. Weekly meeting Rosicrucian Order, Amorc, 8 p. m.. Room 10, 210 West Adams street. Weekly classes at Phoenix Art Center: Portrait drawing 9 a. m. to 12; creative design, 9 a. m. to 12; painting and still life, 8 to 10 p. m.; commercial art and sculpture, 8 to 10 p. m. Roosevelt PTA executive board, principal's office, school. 2 p. m. St. Francis Sodality, school cafeteria, 6:30 p. m. Encanto Garden dub, Vaiiey Garden Center. 7:30 p. m. Variety show, Phoenix Union and North Phoenix Hich Schools, Hieh School Auditorium, Phoenix Union Osborn Woman's dubi 17 East Osbora road. 12:30 p. m. Sa Ni. Hot Cur Non il Adams, 8 p. m. Club. 1375 West Moreland street. 2 p. m. Leaders meeting with Lorene Dryden, county home demonstration agent office, 1201 West Madison street. 10 a. m. Dysart PTA Founders Day, school, and Mrs. Lyle Riggs. The centerpiece of the dinner able was the beautifully decorated white and red birthday cake, sur- ounded by red roses. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Billie 3reen, Ben Riggs, Mrs. Noble liggs, Tempe,. Misses Melba Riggs, Colleen Riggs, and Loretta and Charlene Riggs and Reid Riggs. Mrs. Riggs was presented many ovely gifts from her family. * * * Informal Party Held , By Sagamore Club Seventy-five Sagamore Club members and guests met at the Young Men's Christian Association building Friday night for dancing and games under the direction of x>is Taylor, program chairman. The theme of the dance was St. Valentine, with the feature of the evening being a spot dance. Re- Teshments were served under the direction of May Sniffer. Charlie Burch, the new president, presided over the business meeting, at which time he stressed the importance of use of guest cards and ;he payment of quarterly dues. The next meeting of the club will be held at the YMCA building Friday^ » « « Club Holds Picnic At Coon's Bluff GILBERT, Feb. 17—A picnic was held Sunday afternoon at Coon's Bluff by the S Club. Attending were Helen Bolen, Jean Beebe, Kathleen Vaughn, Anna Wallace, Treva Langford, Boyd Hughes, Jack Bowen, Bill Washburn, Rex Neely, Regie Beebe and Joe Lamb. Coolidge Residents , Are Dinner Hosts COOLIDGE, Feb. 17—Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Talla and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ware entertained with a dinner party Saturday night in ;he Talla home. A valentine color scheme of red and white was used and corsages and boutonnieres were presented the guests. Those attending were Mrs. N. G. Murray, Messrs, and Mesdames C. ... Skousen, Parke Soule, Don D. Paul, Ralph L. Sevvell. Charles A. Richey, A. T. Bicknell and W. R. Elliott. After the dinner the group attended the valentine dance sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club. * * * Miller Valley Club Plans Games Party PRESCOTT, Feb. 17—Members of the Miller Valley Recreation Club gathered at the home of Oda Arnold Friday night for their monthly social session. Mrs. Arnold was assisted in entertaining the group by Gertrude Ramuz and Mamie Burgett During the business session'early in the evening, plans for a games party were discussed and the event was set for March 7 at the home oi Evora Noggle. She will be assisted in arranging the affair by Mae Hartman, Anne Love and Faye Ladd. The remainder of the evening was spent at games, after which refreshments were served. * »• * Kiva-Y Club Enjoys Valentine Party Byron and Inez Swearfrigen were hosts for a valentine party o the Kiva-Y Club at the Young Men's Christian Association building Friday night. Games and dancing and an exchange of valentines provided entertainment. Refreshments were served from a large valentine-decorated table. George Colclough presided at the business meeting and announced the next meeting, February 28, would be directed by Don and Margaret Fox. Colored pictures of Arizona anc a short discussion on Arizona na- :ure lore were presented by Don Parke. * * * Supper Bridge Party Given By Sanfordi CHANDLER, Feb. 17—Mr. and Mrs. Al Sanford were hosts las night at a supper bridge party in their home southeast of Chandler Guests were Messrs, and' Mesdame E. W. Watts of Long Island, JST. Y Roger Sinner, R. 'T. Old and M. A Schuele. Also Mesdames Grace C Sanders, Lena Pollard and Jose phine J. Doggett of New -York Prizes for the bridge play awarded Mrs. Pollard ani 3 arty Is^Given At Cooljdge COOLIDGE,' Feb. 17—A valen- ne party, featuring bridge and jy with Mesdames, Karl M. sher, George Dempster, Earl icks, Ralph L. Sewell and George ruin, as hostesses, entertaining; t the woman's club, was held aturday afternoon, with dessert rved at 1:30 o'clock. Pastel dec- ations with "hearts" and spring owers predominating were foP wed in favors, tallies and table >vers. Guests were: Mesdames Ben Arold. Max Anderson, James N. ooth, Virginia Bolin, -Charles E. ohen, Harry Culbert, N. M. Coop- r, Virgil Chandler, C. A. Clem- nt-vPhil Claridge, E. D. Chandler, i, V. Campbell, Dalton H. Cole,. C. . Christenson, Natt Dodge, George ell, W. R. Elliott, Rodney B. Isberry, J. D. Easter, W. H. arnsworth, Edgar Ford, John ranees, E. Melvin Gammage, J. ". Hines, Avis Hobby, Jay Hinton, D. Hall, H. L. Holland, Herbert anna, Mfldred Hendry, Fanny arris, P. W. Hamilton, Paul Hanah, P. B. Huskens, J. R. Irvine, J. Jones, J. C. Jayne, William ackson, R. J. Jones, W. D. Johnin, Louis Johnson, F. P. Jamie- in, G. L. Johnson, Wesley D. Kirr, Arthur Kempton, Pat Kline, ames Luthy, Ray Lindemann, 'ark Layn, Paul Loucks, Carl IcFarland, N. G. Murray, Harold toag, A. T. Bicknell. Mesdames C. J. Moody, William tcNatt,. Hugh M. Miller, George teLain, Ernest McCleery, A. L. owell, Phillip Neese, A. K. Os- orn, W. C. Pew, Don D. Paul . E. Palmer, J. A. Roberts, Fred later, B. L. Steward, R. M. pringfield, Leon Smith, Parke oule, C. L. Skousen, E. E. String- r, A. W. Spangehl, J. O. Sherrifi, . V. Steward, F. E. Stonehocker, /alter Smith, A. D. Tyler, M. L. alia, R. W. Taylor, Walter routt, W. R. Urton, G. H. Walker \. P. Whitehead, Mancil Worley, > £' T^, 4 ,?' M " M ' Ware - C - J /ells, William Wagner Fred Aiertz, Glenn Wilson, C. J. ates, Nate Zahalsky, Maurice ahalsky, Asa Gardner, Mike imms, B. L. Satler, William Kroer, Riley Cleveland, Gerald Brynt, Harvey Smith, Roger Green- urg, A. J. Dunaway, Roges lies. Misses Eugenia Brandon, Ruth iller, Daisy Hartman, Marie [limits, Marguerite Chimlts, Eva arris, Lillian Winn, Mary Mat- icws, Christine McDaniels and "yrtle Yohn. Crystal prizes in valentine wrap- ings were presented to Mrs. Brynt and Mrs. Soule for first and cond high scores for bridge; Mrs. Anderson and Miss Brandon for rst and second in rummy, and drs. Herbert Hanna, for the most City, were Mr. Watts. 38 to 52 ytu» old. Women who «n cross, restless, NIEVOTJS—who sat* t er hot flashes* dizziness—caused by this period In a woman's life—to take L;dla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Pinttuun's- is f*mmn for relieving distressing symptoms due to this functional disturbance. WORTH Splendid Cough Remedy Easily Mixed_at Home Needs No Coofcing. Big Saving To get quick and satisfying relie from coughs due to colds, mbc yoc own remedy at home. Once tried you' never be without it, and it's so easy First,'make a syrup by stirring cups granulated sugar and one cup o water a, few moments, until dissolve! A child could do it. No cooking needec Then, get 2% ounces of Finez from any druggist. This is a compound coi taining. Norway Pine and palatab guaiacol, in concentrated form, we! known for its prompt action on throa and bronchial membranes. Put the Pines into a pint bottle, an add yonr syrup. Thus you make a ful pint of really splendid medicine, an you get about four times as much fp yonr money. It never spoils, and chi dren love its pleasant taste. . And for quick blessed relief, tt nnazin;. Ton can feel it take hold a way that means business. It loosen the phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes, and eases the soreness. Thu it makes breathing easy, and lets yottj get restful sleep. Just try it, and if not pleased your money will be refunded. . • ames made in bidding "hearts." * • * /liss Marion Moore Feted On Birthday BOWIE, Feb. 17—Complimenting er granddaughter, Marion Moore, the occasion of her 13th birth- ay, Mrs. J. L. Perkins entertained group of young people at her ome Saturday evening. The evening was spent playing games, for which Patty Doyle, Jacueline Lenzner and Ernest Dahl- xen were awarded prizes. Others attending were Neva Jane id Oscar Connelly, Willadene and immy Blanton, Pearl Bertoglio, fergaret Gannon, Sam McKee, amar Welker and Raymond cusel. Refreshments were served at a ate hour. » * » nstructor To Assist n Duo-Piano Number A feature of the varied program hich Mrs. Edwin C. Wahlman, ianist, will present at 8:15 o'clock onight at the Phoenix Woman's "lub house will be the brilliant Mendelssohn "Capriccio", written specially for piano and orchestra nd in which Mrs. Wahlman's in- tructor, Norma Rasbury, will play he second piano part. Mrs. Wahlman's program will nclude Beethoven's Sonata; Cradle Song," by Brahms-Grainer; "Rustle of Spring," by Sindr ng; "Sous Bois," by Staub; "Poll naise Op. 26 No. 1," by Chopin nd "Premiere Arabesque," by De- ussy. * * » touncU Of Jewish Women >lan Thursday Luncheon The senior group of the Coun- : il of Jewish Women will meet for uncheon at 12:30 o'clock Thursay in the clubrooms, 122 East Culver street. Beryl Simpson, ead of the drama workshop' of Arizona State Teachers College at 'empe, will give several readings n contemporary poets. • For BETTER BAKING Give your home baking a really delicious temptingness with Roman Meal* Its pleasing, nut-like flavor appeals to everyone ... and it* whole grain vitamin goodness gives maximum vigor and energy. A delightful breakfast porridge. At grocers everywhere. &tROMAN MEM. SOME WAY EVERY DAY Improved To Relieve Misery of CbUs Mothers everywhere are discovering how easy it is to relieve misery of colds with, a "VapoRub Massage"—relieve coughing.mus- cular soreness.or tightness. With.this.more thorough treatment, the poultice-and-vapor action of Vicks VapoRub more effectively PBtETIUtIES irritated air passages with soothing medicinal vapors...STBIOUTES chest and back, like a warming poultice or Tight away! Results delight even old friends of VapoRub. TO GET a "VapoRub Massage" •with all its benefits—massage VapoRub for 3 minutes OB IMPORTANT ETB-AEEA OP BACK as well as throat and chest— spread a thick layer on. chest, cover with a wanned cloth. BS STJBE to use genuine, time-tested . TICKS VAPOBUB. •<• \*____*_ A, , *)s

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