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Tuesday, February 18, 1941
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Be sure to write plainly your name and address. fflle will sing a e ' per « n frio, "Song un Rosier "by aS ffimax to the program! I b*r playlets in the three ^epwented by the imu- «ts will be Dean H - B - Wy " DeTvera E. i Gibson, Dr. s Elizabeth a n. Madame Jones, Mr. i '* Newcamp and Miss lunta, sponsor. Chiate Held Arizona Republic Household Arts Department Phoenix, Arizona Enclosed is 15c for Pattern No. 6899. NAME (Please Print) , Street and Number , City and State , T / and Ms. Harry Brodsky who •married here Sunday in the of the bride's brother, Mac • and Mrs. Chiate. 1325 East ado mad, will leave today honeymoon trip which will them to Winnipeg, Can., and there down the Pacific coast lakland, Calif, where they aide. i Brodsky Is the former Miss laiate who resided here sev- Ijews before going to Los An- Ito reside two years ago. She I; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Chiate of Los Angeles, who | here for the wedding. Her i was obtained in the East attended the Conserva|i Music in Boston. son of Mr. K6- P, and iHarry Brodsky of Winnipeg |i native of that city, was ted from St John's' College He is employed by the i Pacific Company in its , Calif, office.- He Is a • of B'Kal B'rith and the : lodge there. sj uniting the pair were ,fc njiy Rabbi Phillip Jaffa, long* B """Mend of the Chiate family. Jack Chiate was matron of rani Mac Chiate was best A 'Bud J York Residents atChandlerites Feb. 17— Mr. and W. Watts, Long Island, . fork, who are visiting in Her at the country home of Dd Mrs. M. A. Schuele, are feted extensively during their Mrs. Schuele and. Mrs. Watts Btets. and Mrs. Schuele were hosts «y night for a dinner-bridge nonotiagMr. and Mrs. Watts. ss were Messrs, and Mes- liam H. Passey and wtt of Mesa and the razes in contract bridge warded to Mr. and Mrs. . finest » Mr. snd ess today at SCOTTSDALE METHODIST The Women's Society of Chris- jan Service will hold its February ;uncheon meeting in Wesley Hall at noon tomorrow with Mesdames W. O. Benger, Eli Whitaker, J. J. Traulmiller and E. A. Chatham as lostesses. 'The Minority Groups and Inter-racial Co-operation" is the title of the afternoon program and will be presented under the direction of Mrs. G. M. Marshall. • • » Anniversary Party Is Held The 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnacks, Wilton, la., who for the past six years have wintered in Phoenix, was celebrated Friday at a sur>rise valentine dinner and evening >arty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray" Thurman, 1438 East Laurel avenue. After dinner a number of the couple's friends dropped in for the surprise evening of bridge. Comic valentines were presented and read. ilidnight supper was served and a arge decorated cake was the cen- .er of attraction. Guests presented the honored pair with a lace cloth. Spring flowers were used throughout the house in decorations and a red and white motif prevailed in refreshments. Those present were Messrs, and Mesdames Whitton H. McLellan, Jay Lanham White, the honored ;uests and hosts and Mrs. Henry lacobs, jr. zes were . Watts. pre- ttan honorees IK. « , *"°" "*e aonorees «n^chnel« and Mrs. L. F. Club Members jsent Selections ££_**• "-Beethoven quests in the larvey Quaid . participated no selections. Roller Skating" 1 by Martha Jane nt Dance" (Rein- Spain; "Outward te ¥ u " <Thomp- raini.a d . . Vienne £ e Harriett Gillil- (Roldini), In Thirds" Daugherty; ''" pianos i) was Eunice and Group nt Program „?<*• 17-A ? Parent-Teacher Associations ROOSEVELT More than 150 persons attended a successful out west dance, given at Neighborhood House Saturday night by the Roosevelt association to 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. KENILWOBTH Six past presidents of Kenihvorth PTA. Mesdames S. H. Bowyer. F. L. Sitkin, George Sampson, Herman Lewkowitz, B. F. Hunter, and Charles Thew, and the principal of Kenihvorth, Miss Bess Stinchfield. were introduced and presented with corsages at the Founders Day program of the organization held Friday afternoon. A skit. 'The Start of a PTA," directed by Mrs. John McCall, was given by the following cast: Mesdames James Girand. J. M. Kemp- ison. J. J. Bartlett, George Wood, F. K. Steiner, R. F. Wood, H. S. North, John Downing, and John Luke. The Kenilworth boys glee club, in cowboy attire, sang several !songs, directed by Miss Edith I Chapman and accompanied by Carl 'Davis. Mrs. Gene Campbell was program chairman. Mrs. Charlotte Cole's sixth grade won first and Miss Wilma Driskill's second grade won second at- Church Groups and Ernest Hinton. * • • Typographical Unit Sets Party Tonight A Washington's Birthday molif will dominate decorations tonight at Borden's Hall when members of the Women's Auxiliary to Phoenix Typographical Union entertain with a bridge and bunco party. Members and their friends will be ;uests. Auxiliary members were hostesses Sunday .at a luncheon in the San Carlos French Cafe, entertam- ng wives of delegates attending he Southwest Typographical Con- erence here. At the luncheon were Mesdames Dan Seaman of Prescott; Lucile Sims of Tucson; Ida Vickers, Dougas; Melva Goetz, Thelma Douthit, Tucson and Peggy Jacks, Prescott; and Mesdames Ralph Sprague, Harriet Sprague, Hazel Underwood, Robert Allison, Margaret Hartlme, Edwin Byers and C. J. Hopwood. Missionary Talks At Times Club Party Especially interesting to members of the Times Club who met for luncheon yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy T. Richards was the talk given by May Coggins, native Phoenician, who has spent the past 17 years in the Philippines as a missionary worker. Mrs. Ralph Palmer was assisting hostess. The house was decorated throughout with many spring flow- Special guests were Mesdames A. L. Dreyvosel of Brodhead, Wis., John Spalding and F. F. Clark, Phoenix, and Cleo Abbott and Fred Smith of Tucson. » * * Tau GanwM Alplta Unit Plans Pre-Lenten Dance The Tau Gamma Alpha Club members will entertain at 9 o'clock tomorrow night in St Marys Sodality Hall at a George Washington dance. This party is of special significance, to all Catholics, those in charge said, because it is the last dance the club will have before Lent. Members of the entertainment committee are Bettc Mayer, Dorothy Rohrbacher and Margaret MacDonnelL Dr. And Mrs. 0. W. Thoeny Entertain At Camelback Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Thoeny were hosts Sunday evening at a supper party at Camelback Inn. Guests were Drs. and Mesdames J.W. Pennington and Gordon Shackelford, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Noonan of White Plains, N. Y., and Mi\ and Mrs. Samuel Graham of Greenwich, Conn. » * • Cur Non Club To Hold Afternoon Party Today The Cur Non Club will meet a the home of Bess Miller, 137o West Moreland street, for an afternoon party at 2 o'clock today. Californian Is Honor Guest PRESCOTT, Feb. 17—Miss Elizabeth Buzan of Pasadena. Calif., who has been the house guest for two weeks of her sister, Mrs. How- ird H. Fields, was complimented Friday afternoon at a bridge luncn- eon at the Fields home, at which Mrs. Fields and Mrs. Roberta Pfister entertained. A Mexican motif was employed in decorations, the flowers being in red and tables being graced with Mexican figurines. Hostesses added to the colorful picture by wearing costumes of the southern republic. Bridge prizes from Mexico were pieces of Mexican art in tin and lottery. Following the luncheon, seven .ables of bridge were in play, with irizes being awarded Mrs. Richard Merrill, high score; Mrs. John R. Franks, second high; and Mrs. Ernest Bukove, low score. A cut prize went to Mrs. R. G. Pritchard. On Monday Miss Buzan accompanied Mrs. Fields to Tucson, where Jiey visited their mother, Mrs. ^hauncey Buzan, after which Mrs. Tields went to Sonoita, where Mr. Fields Is engaged in mining. • • • Children Honored At Chandler Party CHANDLER, Feb. 17 — Mrs. Thomas McCarty and Mrs. Irvine B. Watts honored their children, Larry Don and Tommy Lee McCarty, and Mary Boots Watts, with a Valentine party at the McCarty aome Friday afternoon. The centerpiece for the refreshments table was a large red and white box filled with valentines for the little guests. Place cards were marshmallows with small hearts placed in them. Individual cakes decorated in red and white and ice cream were served games tendance awards. The hospitality committee as refreshments. Outdoor were played during the afternoon. Guests were Mary Lou Mclntosh, Dorothy Elaine Mclntosh, Jean Hall, Dickey Hall, Mike Pernell, Barry Weiler, Carol Thomas, Hugh Johnson, jr., Marion Austin, the honorees, and' Mesdames Albert Hall and McGee Mclntosh. * # • Calendar The Pueblo Grande ruln» and the laboratory, live 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. Hth avenue and Washington street, open from 9 a. m. until 9 p. m. xveekdays. Arizona Museum, 10th avenue and Van Buren street, open 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. daily .he third grade mothers were iqstesses at the social hour. DVSART Founders Day will be observed In a program to be presented at 8 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 of the association. Mrs. Horace Bell will serve refreshments. PEXDERGAST . .Tie executive board of the Pendergast PTA will hold a special meeting at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the school. KYREXE Founders Day will he observed by the Kyrene Parent-Teacher Association at a meeting in Kyrene School Auditorium at 8 o'clock today. Mrs. F. A. Bons, past state ^resident, will speak, and Mrs. Ellwood Sanders will preside. Mrs. Eveleen White will be program chairman and Mrs. J. R. Padfield chairman of the hostess committee. • • • Party Is Featured By Treasure Hunt TEMPE, Feb. 17—A treasure hunt for a box of candy hearts featured a valentine party Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Enright, entertaining ittle friends of Bobby Enright. The refreshments were molded red hearts, white heart cookies and ice cream. Valentines were exchanged. Honor guests were Georgia and Gloria Lindly, who will leave for Illinois soon. Other guests were Pearl Dorsett, Earnest Dorsett, James Scrivner, Q. Tenney, Owen Dorsett. Jerry Scrivner, Derrell rfirby, and Manly Fox. , Reading room Younz Men'i Christian Association building. Second avenue and open from S a. m. to Monroe street, Readine rooms Young Women'* ChrlsUan Association buildrng. 2M West Monroe itreet. open Irom 8 a. m. to 10:30 P- in- Northeast branch of Phoenix public library. 1002 North Second street, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. tn 6 p. m. Phoenix Art Center, 702 East Adams street, open from 9 a. m. to 12. 1 to 5 p. m., and 7:30 to 10 p. m.. Monday to Friday; Saturdays and Sundays. 1 to 5 P 'Work rooms of Maricopa chapter. American Bed Cross. 1211 North Third avenue, open daily except Saturday and Sunday Iron. 9 a. m. to 4 Hean Museum. p. 22 m. East Monte Vista to 4 p. m. daily road, open from 20 a. rn. -- - .. , . except Sunday and Monday. Open bun day Iron 1 to 4 p. m.. and closed all Jesert Botanical Gardens in Papaeo Park. Gartens 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. Hole' Westward Ho^ m., 'meeting Rosicruclan Order. Illf »,c»t"a»« i.v.. tJ^.M, Weekly Kiwanis Club meet, noon, Hotel Adams. Weekly 12:05 p. Arn^I P. YnTRSbm i<T210West Adam. „„.-.„ classe. at Phoenix Art Center: Portrait drawing 9 a. m. to; 12; creative " " 9 a. m. to 12: painting and lull to 10 p. m.: commercial art anc - " to 10 p. m. PTA executive board, prin- • ' ~ p. m. school cafeteria. 6: ' L Phoenix Hish Schools. Hieh School Auditorium. EncantT_Garden Club, Valley Garden Phoenix Union and North __ t __,_ phoentx Union LlKn OUJ1U"! *»«u»fcw«>-"'"> **.l^^, "*. 5?Il,j*,~. Osborn Woman's dub, 17 East Osbom road. 12:30 p. m. 'on Club, 1375 West Moreland i^ud/'meeting with Loren* Dryden, county home demonstration agent oince, 1201 West Madison street. 10 a. m- Dvsart PTA Founders Day, school. 8 B. n. ... Grandview Women To Give Luncheon The Grandview Wpman's Club will give a covered-dish luncheon at 12:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the clubrooms at the Grandview School. A Washington Birthday motif will be used in appointments and Mesdames Ethel Jennings and A. F. Slater will be, in charge. Election of officers will close flte meet and Farewell Party Given To Present Lecture •f Voca tional High night as a farewlll courtesy to Ernest Sprinkle, who leaves soon for army training. S? 6Ven J t took P' ace at the h °me T& a " d n Mrs - W. W. Wright, North 21st street, and a Span»™ 0 ,' lf was used decorations and menu. A in large . gourd, painted seed pods and desert growth formed an attractive centerpiece. Bridge and bunco games were played following dinner and Little Joe s Tune Twisters furnished musical entertainment. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames J. J Cayetan, Ernest Sprinkle, Russell Tal- , Dukes, J. W. Kendred, . H Boights, Mrs. Ed Gracey Edith Kay, Iva Curlee, Gail Sparks, Irma Miller, Nancy Gracey and Harold Dickey and Edwin Kindred. * * * Cultivation Is Discussed Thirty - five members of the Washington Garden Club attended a meeting last week-end at the home of Mrs. E. C. Stultz, West Palm lane, and heard a talk by Mrs. Arthur Homrighausen on chrysanthemums. Mrs. A. B. Payne was program chairman. Mrs. Homrighausen stressed care of the soil in raising chrysanthemums for large and prize-winning blossoms. Water should never be allowed to stand on the plants and good drainage must be provided, the speaker said. Mrs. J. J. Long gave a list of new and lovely varieties, describing the size and coloring. Mrs. Peter Corpstein detailed what the garden club is planning to do as its part to beautify the grounds of the Washington Woman's Club. Mrs. Dan Cooper announced an all-day meeting will be held Monday, February 24, when grass, shrubs and flowers will be planted. • • • Miss Georgia Lynch Is Honored At Fete GLENDALE, Feb. IT— Mrs. Lonnie Wilkirson entertained with a shower last night at her home, 420 East B avenue, honoring Miss Georgia Alice Lynch, bride-elect of George Wacker. Pansy corsages were presented to each guest. Games found in heart-shaped booklets provided the entertainment for the evening. Prizes were won by the honoree and Mrs. Jasper Lynch. The gifts were presented to Miss Lynch in valentine box decorated with red and white hearts. On top was written her name and her fiance's. Other guests were Mesdames Gerry Barton, Karl Dennison, Horace Cypert, Ross Hills, Milford Varney, John Lynch, and Dowell McAllister; and Misses Fayette Fentress, Helen .Newberry, Helen Miller, and Ruth Wacker. * * * Annual Guest Day Will Be Observed Annual Guest Day will be marked by the Camelback Woman's Club at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. District and state officers will be in attendance and Mrs. H. C. Alcon will present the program numbers. "The Origin of the Smoki Dances", will be the topic of a talk by Mrs. George Tumber, and Mrs. S. W. Hargrave will sing "I..dian Love Call", and "Waters of Minnetonka", accompanied by Mrs. Havana May. In the receiving line will be Mesdames O. E. Rinkle, R. T. Moore, and Dwight Lecky. Mrs. James Mills, tea hostess, has asked Mrs. George Hoelzle and Mrs. R. L. Davis to pour during the tea hour. Child's Gay Frock And Bonnet PATTERN 9657 That tiny belle-of-tomorrow loves pretty, dainty clothes just as much as older sister does! Here's an irresistible 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 bojinet 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 2Vi 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 Take advantage of this prompt by- mail service today! Book 15c. Pattern 15c. Address order to the Arizona Republic Fashion Department D Enclosed Is 15c for Style No. 9657. Size. D Enclosed Is 15c for Pattern Book. NAME (please print). Street and number. "City and state. Arizona Republic Society and Club News Department 203 Heard Bldg. Phoenix, Arizona Phone 3-1111 Editor Pauline Cooper Bates Assistant Abby Phillips Carlson BARRY GOLDWATER The exciting story of a trip down the Colorado river (the shorter version), with motion pictures, will be presented ta a part of the elaborate program to be given by the Phoenix Union and North Phoenix high schools Parent-Teacher Associations in their "Variety Show" at 8:15 o'clock this evening at the Phoenix Union High School Auditorium. Barry Goldtvater will be the commentator. Parties Mark Mesa Calendar MESA, Feb. 17—Valentine Day was the incentive for a number of parties given here during the week, imong them two children's parties, both dinners. Friday evening Miss Berta Strauch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Strauch, entertained at her parents' home, 148 North Macdonald street. The dinner table was attractively decorated with two large cellophane hearts as centerpieces with smaller hearts used in appointments. Guests wert Marian Killian, Maridel Lewis, Carol Houston, Marjorie Hardin, Joyce DeWitt, Beryl Tolliver, and Joan Strauch. Last night Raymond Kellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kellis, was host at the Kellis home, 240 West First avenue. An unusual method was employed for the serving of dinner and the choosing of partners. The names of the young ladies present were inscribed on cleverly decorated valentine boxes containing lunches. Each young man drew his partner as he drew his box. Guests were Beryl Tolliver, Marian Killian, Lola Mae Dixon, Joyce DeWitt, Maridel Lewis, Berta Strauch, Elinor. Gay Pew, Bobby Biggs, Kenny Johnson, Robert Fuller, Gf-orge Cohill, Ross Hawes, Harold Williams, and Kenneth Larson. Creative Day Is Set By Roosevelt Club Creative Day, an annual event 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 Virgil 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. Dinner Party Honors Chandler Resident CHANDLER, Feb. 17—Mrs. Ben Riggs was honored with a dinner party vesterday on the occasion of her birthday, given at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riggs. The centerpiece of the dinner table was the beautifully decorated white and red birthday cake, surrounded by red roses. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Billie Green, Ben Riggs, Mrs. Noble Riggs, Tempe, Misses Melba Riggs, Colleen Riggs, and Loretta and Charlene Riggs and Reid Riggs. Mrs. Riggs was presented many lovely 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 Lois Taylor, program chairman. The theme of the dance was St. Valentine* with the feature of the evening being a spot dance. Refreshments were served under the direction of May Shiffer. Charlie Burch, the new president, presided over the business meeting, at which time he stressed the importance of use of guest cards and the 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. Semiformal Dance Planned At Cliandler CHANDLER, Feb. 17—Burnice Dory, chairman of the social committee of the high school senior class, has announced the class will sponsor a George Washington ball, Friday in the school gymnasium, The dance will be semiformal. Drive Result Is Reported The February meeting of the Young Women's Christian Association board of directors, presided over by Mrs. J. O. Sexson, met at 10 o'clock yesterday morning in the YWCA classroom. Among committee reports was that of the Girl Reserves chairman, Mrs. R. D. Walker, who told of the successful tri-state Girl Reserves conference held a week ago n Phoenix with an attendance p£ 325, of whom 40 were adult advisers. Mrs. J. S. Murlless announced that classes in comparative study of municipal government would begin Friday at the YWCA and continue every other Friday, under the guidance of R. H. Smith, secretary of the Civil Service Commission of Phoenix. The March meeting was set for March 31, because of the annual meeting date, March 20. A report luncheon followed the board meeting at 12 o'clock. "We Would Be Builders," sung by Isabel Lindsay, president of the Business Girls League, accompanied by VIollie Hunger, opened the meeting. Mabel B. Patton, general secretary of the YWCA, introduced the following special guests: -Mrs. T. L. Pinney, Mrs. Marvin Gates of Clinton, la., Mrs. William Bigelow of Pittsfield, Mass.. and Mrs. Dwight B. Heard. The drive, which will continue until the goal of 1,000 members is reached, according to Mrs. R. S. Hooper, chairman, has resulted in 649 members to date. * * » Dinner Is Planned By Business League A peasant dinner is being planned for the League of Business and Professional Women tomorrow night in Hotel Westward Ho. The meeting will be under the direction of the international relations committee and will have for its theme, "Considering the Price of Peace." Nan Douglass, chairman of the committee, is arranging an interesting and instructive evening, assisted by Jennie Lewis and Jessie Redding. All members of the league are asked to bring guests of different nationalities. Reservations are being accepted by Jessie Redding and Beula Etzweiler. * » * Miss Marion Moore Feted On Birthday BOWIE, Feb. 17—Complimenting her granddaughter, Marion Moore, on the occasion of her 13th birthday, Mrs. J. L. Perkins entertained a group of young people at her dome Saturday evening. The evening was spent playing games, for which Patty Doyle, Jacqueline Lenzner and Ernest Dahlgren were awarded prizes. Others attending were Neva Jane and Oscar Connelly. Willadene and Jimmy Blanton, Pearl Bertoglio, Margaret Gannon, Sam McKee, Lamar Welker and Raymond Fousel. Refreshments were served at a late hour. Kiva-Y Club Enjoys Valentine Party Byron and Inez Swearingen were hosts for a valentine party of 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 and a short discussion on Arizona nature lore were presented by Don Parke. * * * Tempe Lunch Group To Convene Today TEMPE, Feb. 17—The Tuesday Luncheon Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Horace Griffen in Mesa Tuesday. Mrs. Delia Dickinson will be hostess. Mrs. Harry Hazard, president, will conduct a business meeting after the covered dish luncheon which will be served at noon. Cards will be played in the afternoon. * * * Council Of Jeicish Women Plan Thursday Luncheon The senior group of the Council of Jewish Women will meet for luncheon at 12:30 o'clock Thursday in the rtubrooms, 122 East Culver stretl. Beryl Simpson, head of the drama \vorkshop of Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe, will give several readings on contemporary poets. 38 to 52 yean old. Women who are cross, restless, NERVOUS—who suffer hot flashes, dizziness—caused by this period in a woman's life—to take Lydla E. Hniham's Vegetable Compound. Pinkham's Is famous for relieving distressing symptoms due to this functional disturbance. WORTH TBrraai Page Seven ====== Guest Day Is Observed Beautiful appointments marked the tea hour of the Panhellenic Society Guest Day at Camelback Inn Saturday afternoon, which was attended by a large group of Phoenicians and guests. Spring flowers in profusion were used in decorations and hostesses were Mrs. George Sampson, Kappa Kappa Gamma, assisted by Miss ^Jancy Rhuart, Gamma Phi Beta, VIrs. Royal Marks of Kappa Delta, Mrs. Stanley Gilbert of Alpha Gamma Delta, Miss Margaret Hurley of Alpha Omicron Pi, Mrs. Norman Hull of Kappa Alpha Theta, and Mrs. Raymond Pinkham of Beta Phi Alpha. Mrs. Earnest Chambers and Mrs. Cecil Miller won high score bridge awards. Miss Marian Doyle gave two whistling solos, "Valse Paris- enne" and "I Hear a Thrush at Eve," accompanied by Miss Ruth Bauerbach. Miss Edna Mae Lasey presented a Spanish dance with Miss Jean Ellen Grunery accom- janist. Others attending were Mesdames Charles Mickle, Robert Bayless, Harry Walmsley, Jay C. Stuckey, James T. Share, Cecil Miller, J. R. Hutchinson, J. H. Horeghawant, L. H. Warren, L. W. Fletcher, Floyd Sharp, Allen Corvau, H. L. Royden, C. M. Camin, H. S. North, Julius R. Sush, W. R. Caldwell, Dewey Barto, Glenn McCalm, Lenore Eliot and the Misses Keitha Humphreys, Ruth Adams, Winabell Hamilton, Lois Slavens, Mary Elizabeth Harper, Evelyn Cornick, Winona Montgomery, Armenia Rhew and Rosalind Fowler. * * * Lorene Dryden Leads Series Lorene Dryden, clothing specialist from the University of Arizona, will conduct the first of a series of four meetings on "The Planned Wardrobe" at 10 o'clock this morning in the office of the county home demonstration agent, 1201 West Madison street. Emphasis for the sessions this week will be laid on interesting color combinations in clothing and the selection and use of accessories in dress. Leaders from Agua Fria, Balsz, Baxter, Phoenix Homesteads Isaac district, Pendergast and Litchfield Park will be present. Other meetings are as follows: LO a. m. Wednesday, home of Mrs. Marc Kentch, Buckeye, for leaders torn Buckeye, Wintersburg and Palo Verde; Thursday at Higley Community Church for leaders torn Chandler Homemakers Club, Chandler Farm Security and Higey; and Friday at the Second «Vard chapel, Latter Day Saints Church, Third avenue and Latham street for leaders from all wards of the Phoenix stake. * » * Instructor To Assist In Duo-Piano Number, A feature of the varied program which Mrs. Edwin C. Wahlman, pianist, will present at 8:15 o'clock tonight at the Phoenix Woman's Club house will be the brilliant Mendelssohn "Capriccio", written especially for piano and orchestra and in which Mrs. Wahlman's instructor, Norma Rasbury, will play the second piano part. Mrs. Wahlman's program will include Beethoven's Sonata; "Cradle Song," by Brahms-Grain- ?er; "Rustle of Spring," by Binding; "Sous Bois," by Staub; "Polonaise Op. 26 No. 1," by Chopin and "Premiere Arabesque," by Debussy. * * * Supper Bridge Party Given By Sanfords CHANDLER, Feb. 17—Mr. and Mrs. Al Sanford were hosts last night at a supper bridge party in their home southeast of Chandler. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames E. W. Watts of Long Island, N. Y., •loger Binner, R. T. Old and M. A. Schuele. Also Mesdames Grace C. Sanders, Lena Pollard and Josephine J. Doggett of New York City. Prizes for the bridge play were awarded Mrs. Pollard and Mr. Watts. * * * Osborn Woman's Club To Entertain Today The Osborn Woman's Club will entertain with a patriotic bridge uncheon at 12:30 o'clock this af- :ernoon at the clubhouse, 17 East Osborn road. Mrs. Horace Wiliams, hostess, has announced that winter visitors in the city have been invited to attend. 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Thus it makes breathing easy, and lets yon get restful sleep. Just try it, and il —-«^ not pleased your money will I J \ be refunded. For BETTER BAKING Give your home baking a really delicious temptingness with Raman Meal, Iff pleasing, nut-like flavor appeals to everyone . . . and its whole grain vitamin goodness gives maximum vigor and energy. A delightful breakfast porridge. At grocers everywhere. &tROMAN MEM. SOME WAY CVERY DAY Improved Vicks Way To Relieve Misery of Colds Mothers everywhere are discovering how easy it is to relieve misery of colds with a "VapoBub Massage"—relieve coughing.mus- cular soreness or tightness. With, this more thorough treatment, the poultice-and-vapor action of Vicks VapoRub more effectively P«ElRATESirritated air passages with, soothing medicinal vapors...STIMULATES chest and back; like a warming poultice or plaster... STARTS RELIEVING misery right away 1 Results delight even old friends of VapoRub. TO GET a "VapoRub Massage" with all its benefits—massage VapoRub for 3 minutes on IMPORTANT EIB-ABEA OP BACK as well as throat and chest- spread a thick layer on chest, cover with a warmed cloth. BE SURE to use genuine, time-tested VICKS VAPORUB.

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