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jepKone 3-1111 Arizona Republic, PKocmx, Wednesday Morning; February 19,1941 Pagejline king Party [Plans Made ell Club members met Monday noon at the Phoenix Wom- Ciub house for a social day, a Mtheon, preceeding an afternoon Kurds. Mrs. Norman Jamison chairman, assisted by Mes- K F M. Shaw, J. L. Weaver, urn Housner, and C. C. Barnes. Pastel shades of sweet peas and ssum formed the floral center£ Tall green candles and gay Lhane-wrapped prizes com- u2d decorations. Mesdames F. IGreene, L. H. Hellman, and Ver- nEvans were prize winners. ifnests were Mesdames Anthony I Wrier. B. E. Tade, C. W. Flo- 1 A. L- Veigel, F. E. Greene, m C Shelver, L. H. Hellman, J. I Collins, and D. W. Fitchford. were laid for the spring party, and Mrs. M. H. £,„ announced that Helen idick would be general chair,. Mrs. Landick then gave the ( of the event, March 17, and ij the following chairmen and —u committees: nfrs E. W. Larson, reservations; Andrews Grayner, publicity; Baskin, prizes; Mrs. F. L. jnerman, favofs; Mrs. Shaw, orations and program; Mes- es Mae Breaton, R. M. Cold- and E. A. Woolf, cards and '$• Mesdames D. C. Thurston, Warren, J. A. Sisson, and -auion, tickets and finance; Mrs. [t Sparks, assisted by Mesdames KC. Barnes, E. E. Miller, J. M irks, Hausner, Edgar G. Hansen. —sJa Folliard, Edith Henderson, K! Mabel Tway, refreshments, •ire. J. L. Hall, assisted by Mesi Vernon Evans, E. D. Ring, c Rupert, M. J. Sasse, A. R. Tight, W. A. Pierson, Weaver, m George Busch, serving; and Kg presidents and Mrs. Baskin, re- W m ' » * » |laudia Ogden jFetes Daughter Ffliarlotte Ogden was the hon m guest at a 13th birthday an jrcrsary party at which her moth' E Claudia Ogden was hostess in Ifer home at 2301 North 17th av- pe from 2 to 5 o'clock Sunday Cemoon. Jladioli and carnations in pinl J blue reflecting the color moti fippointments formed lovely flor | decorations throughout thi nfot. [i Guests were Nan Campbell, Re B Ross, Virginia Leonard, Bar jRoss, Beverly Murray, Bobbj .,.3 Denburgh, Irvin Myers, Bill; Isver, Dale Frink, Alec Poleset k Carol Hillman, Emlie Gannis y McKesson, Marilyn Blair „» Hartgraves, Sam Montgom f, Kenneth King, Charles Pen : and Jimmy Marshall. Oman's Club •Gives Party [(The Osborn Woman's Club enter fried yesterday with an attractiv< Idge luncheon in the clubhouse tcnded by a large group of win r visitors. A red, white and blu ntif emphasized the Georg Ilishington Birthday theme ir pie decorations and menu. Host were Mesdames Horace Wil ms and W. T. Telma. [[High score awards were won b; sdames J. T. Inman and W. I sbbins. Eleven tables were i: iy. Special guests included Mes imes John Dixon, Eugene F. Me Keraia, Lester Mullins, Carlo fiopie, A. S. Nicholson, L. R. Bon ler, J. C. Dilley, C. "Agnew Ewing Ubert Hepps, Grace Fairclough K. L Robbins, Kate Sabra and In and Miss Cassandra B. Col Lit* members will meet at th of Mrs. George Gann, 380 i Sixth street, tomorrow fo 1 Cross sewing. A covered-dis toeon will be served. Albert Folk Hold Valentine Part ^GILBERT. Feb. 18—Man'* Me mis and Jack Eddy were hostes I host at a valentine part Bday nicht at the home of Mr Mrs. Curtis McGinnis, east o wbert. A buffet supper was servec 'lowed by games. Decoration re carried out in valentine moti 'Those present were Ruth Dong n Balm, Anna Wallace, Olli hout, Juanita Clare, Nev iols, Norma Cullumber, Jun »ly, Cleora Cooper, Anna Le wbree, Bonnie Witlock, Conni IJtlock, Ruth Giezel, Shirle , Trpva Langford, Mr d Cullumber, Bill Sawyer Sotomeyers, Meredith Mi f, George Miller, Joe Lamb, Jac "en, Rex Neely, Man-in Morri Lee McGinnis, Alvin Lamau , Darrell Slade, Joe Kremer Phillips, Don Clare, Josep 'bur, Eugene Kelly, Bettv La fjwrette, Kenneth McCollough ' Verne LaTourrette. * # * cavenger Hunt, Card Barnes Mark Picni BUCKEYE, Feb. 18—Mr. an «• Fred Nichols entertained Sun i evening with a potluck picnic "Millers wash. A scavenger hun " a feature of the evening ie games at the Buckey 8n's Club house climaxed th activities. ests were Messrs, and Mes s Wade Loudermilk, Rufu IJSarick, Herbert Biddulph, Her i Cooper, E. Arden Wootton lace Bales, George McLouth e McConnell, Archie Enlo Marlonneaux and Earl Ed Mrs. Jack Rainey and M 1 Mrs. Tatem Bliss, the latte from Phoenix. * * * tfft America Zi* Topic [2* talk on Argentina by Mrs. H i McNeil and a discussion o wt South American countrie ; Mrs. Phil Tomkinson will fea a meeting of the Moder 'y Club in the home of Mrs . Wanslee, 1514 West Monro today. Members will mee |jor luncheon at 1 p. .m. • Htip to IMIevc Distress of «\ [FEMALE PERIODIC COMPLAINTS, y Lytlla E. Ptakham's Vegetable | Compound to help relieve monthly l¥Vj>, headaches, backache and IJ4SO calm upset nerves due to I SXSUy functional disturbances TOI bullet up resistance i of ••difficult days." ' Parent-Teacher Associations D L APACHE COUNTY COUNCIL The Apache County Council of arents and Teachers held a mid- ear meeting at St. John's High chool Saturday with Mollie Butr, council president, presiding, he following special speakers ad- ressed the afternoon meetings: Judge Levi S. Udall, "Juvenile 'rotection"; William Borden, Americanism"; Miss Edna Moore, ounty , nurse, "Health Service"; jVallace Read, Apache county wel- are worker, "Child Welfare"; Mrs. ay Udall, "Parent Education"; M. . Gibbons, county attorney, 'The chools Responsibility in Teaching " Mrs. W. W. Sherwood, state PTA resident, was an honored guest, larold Kassell and a group of Boy couts gave a first-aid demonstra- on and musical numbers were layed by Mesdames Ove Overson, ^. L Whiting and Sammy Day. JEROME The monthly meeting of the erome Parent-Teacher Associa- on was held last night in the helps Dodge Clubhouse, with trs. Archie K. Beard as program hairman. A brief candlelighting ervice, in observance of Founders ay, opened the meeting. A one-act play, "Ladies in Wait- ng," was presented by pupils of Clinton E. Wager. EMERSON Dad's Night and Founders Day will form the incentive for the pro;ram at 8 o'clock tonight for the Emerson PTA in the school. A lue and gold motif will be em- hasized at the refreshments table ind a large birthday cake will orm the centerpiece. Mrs. Hoyt lldier and Mrs. Walter Lee will our tea. A playlet, directed by Esther itner, "The Start of the PTA," ivill be presented by the auditorium lass, and under the direction oi flary Hamilton a musical program ncluding baritone solos by John Jayless, will be given. Mrs. F. A. Bons will conduct a ianel discussion on educating citi- ens for a democracy with Harvey Taylor, the Rev. Harry Allen larry A. Phillips, Mrs. Pilcher Mrs.'W. C. Upton and Mrs. James '. Ryan participating. Mrs. Lynn Hogan, Founders Day chairman, will be in charge of the irogram and past presidents will ie honored guests. Mrs. William 'orter and Mrs. J. R. Gramont are n charge of decorations. FRANKLIN Founders Day will be marked by he Franklin Parent-Teacher As- ociation at 2:45 o'clock this afternoon in the school and past presidents will be honored, including Mesdames R. S. Hare, H. S. North W. H. Wells, S. A. Erickson of Albany, Calif., J. M. Tade and M. W Kingcaid of Hamilton Field, Calif Mrs. James P. Ryan will talk on •state and national achievements of the parent-teacher association Fifth grade children, directed by Miss Ada Wellman, will present a >atriotic program, "Founders o" )ur Country." Third grade moth ers will be tea hostesses. WILSON Thirteen past presidents of the Wilson PTA will be honored at a meeting to be held in the schoo auditorium at 2:30 o'clock tomor row afternoon. They are Mesdame C. T. Thompson, T. G. Fox, C. C Black, Fred W. Smith, V. G. Wa> C. O. Townsend, A. J. Wilhoit, R M. Benner, B. T. Bolin, I. O. Ad ams, C. R. Rose. J. R. Moore, W. E Zase, George Johnson and Ralpr Greenler. A candlelighting ceremony u keeping with Founders Day has seen prepared by the eighth grad Dupils, and three musical number will be presented by pupils unde the direction of Miss Bonnie Strain Mrs. Fred Sullivan is' program chairman. OSBORN • The Osborn PTA will meet at o'clock this afternoon in the schoo auditorium with Dixie Thompsoi as chairman. Mrs. H. A. Jacob will supervise the Founders Da: celebration and the girls glee clu will provide musical numbers. "Health in Home, School an Community," will be the subjec of the day with L. E. Wilhite an Dr. Kenneth Peterson leading Fourth grade mothers will receiv and serve tea in the cafeteria fol [owing. PUHS PARENT EDUCATION The Phoenix Union High Schoo parent education class will meet i Room 121, Administration build ing at 2 o'clock tomorrow after noon. Parents of both North Phoenix and Phoenix Union High Schoo students may attend these meet ings, which are led by Mrs. H. C Wood. "How Much Do High Schoo Youths Need Their Families?" wi be the topic. SCOTTSDALE The Scottsdale Parent-Teache Association will hold its annua Founders Day program at 8 o'cloc tomorrow at the high school aud torium, honoring past president- The program will consist of num bers by the grammar school gle club under the direction of Lehmar Stout; a one-act play presented b high school students, directed b Miss Dorothy Hood; a solo by Jean Ericson, accompanied by Harrie Freeberg; and a talk on the historj of the Scottsdale association b Mrs. H. B. Ross. A silver tea will follow the pro gram. JACKSON Mrs. F. N. Smith will talk o Founders Day at a program com memorating founding at the Jack son Parent-Teacher Association a 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in th school auditorium. Sixth grade pu nils of Edith Goff will give a pag cant, "Star from PTA." Past pres idents will be guests. Kindergarte room mothers will be hostesses a the social hour. GLENDALE Founders Day will be observed ' the Glendale Grammar School TA at a meeting at 2:30 o'clock hursday ' afternoon in the school uditorium. This will be the 10th anniversary of the local association. The following past presidents of ie group will be honored at this me: Mesdames M. L Leff, J. T. ungan, J. U. Miller, Newman 'hite, C! L. Conway, C. M. Archer, liarles Cochran, Alfred Andersoq, [larles Pitts, J. S. Francis, Charles itzgerald and Howard White. Music for the affair will be urnished by the grammar school ee club, under the direction of liss Margaret Martindale, and the omen's quartet of the Brethren Church, composed of Mesdames rank Sine, Chester Gillett, B. F. Vaas, and Melvin Sine. The Camp ire Girls of the school will pre- ent ;a. short program under the irection of Mrs, Ernest Akers. Mrs. Edward McAllister, presi- ent, will preside. MESA The Mesa PTA meeting has been et for Wednesday, instead of the sual Thursday, it was announced oday. The meeting will be held n the In'ing School auditorium t 7:30 o'clock. E. R. Brimhall, rincipal, will be in charge of the rogram, arranged by Dora Kersey nd Emma Lou Barrow. The evening's entertainment will eature a reproduction of famous aintings with school children por- raying the characters. Mona Millett will be the commentator and Ardith Ries will play lie piano accompaniment. A special exhibit of paintings of he masters sent here from Chicago (rill be on display in the halL D Are Discussed Sigma Kappa Phi, Phoenix Junor College fraternity, announced ^ree second-semester pledges and iscussed plans for an interfra- ernity dance at a regular meet- ng last evening at the college. New pledges are James Gilford, Bernard Young, and Dave Campell. The fraternity will sponsor an nterfraternity dance March 7 at he college gymnasium. Gay-colored streamers will form a false eiling in fraternity colors as the ouples dance to Kenny Van Epps >rchestra. High light will be.a prize valtz. Co-chairmen of plans were the our fraternity presidents, who met ecently as an interfraternity coun- il. Representing their respective groups were Harold Allen, Sigma Kappa Phi; William Ring, Tau Omega; Robert Beck, Phi Alpha Chi; and Donald Reese, Xi Delta Chi. Committees will be Harry Pier- 3 on, Jack Killingsworth, Carroll Russell, and Leroy Hardwicke, re- reshments; Robert Fagan, James Gilford, and Allen, programs; and Tom McKinley, Richard Burney 'ames Coury, Robert Eisenbach Chapman Rollins, and Robert 3elph, decorations. * » » 3 eam W. Horton MCTFAST WHEN* THREATENS Us* Ihh 3-PUKPOSl Mvdknw Aw U1O VCiJr AU.OW o*i«m»i <»iiw-«-f w* « of ft cold put just a few drops of Vi_ Va-tro-nol up each nostrtL If used in time, Va-tro-nol's stimulating actio actually helps prevent many colds from developing. . .. And remember this, when ft head cold makes you miserable, or transient congestion "fills up" nose at nigh spoils sleep—3-purpose Va-tro-nol gtveft valuable help aS If (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) relieves irritation, (3) helps flush out nasal passages, clearing clogging mucus. Enjoy the H . -raft MAI ; brings. wJriRO'MOl ance PI ans T. o Present Program Pearn W. Horton, worthy patron ivill present a patriotic program or the entertainment of members and visitors at a meeting of Queen Esther chapter No. 22, Order o: lie Eastern Star, at 8 o'clock Thursday evening in the Masonic Temple. • D. O. Smith will talk on the life of George Washington. Miss Ethel Spitz will preside at the birthday able honoring those whose anniversaries occur this month. Mrs. A. A. Westerwick is chairman of chapter room decorations and Mrs. Edwin C. Gracey will ;upervise table arrangements jpecial hostesses to visitors wil ie Mesdames L. L. Clapp and J. E 'aimer who have invited all East- jrn Stars from out of town so ourning here to attend. * * * Clifford Morgenson Honored At Party CHANDLER, Feb. 18—Mrs. Phi C. Morgenson was hostess last eye ning at a farewell party honoring her son, Clifford Morgenson, who is leaving this week-end for Sai Diego, Calif., where he has enlisted in the United States Navy- The diversion of the evening was "progressive hearts," with prize being awarded to Miss Mary Ella Appleby and James Jackson. The refreshments carried out a valen tine motif. T^hose attending were Misse; flazel Guptill, Mildred Goodykoonts Eleanor Guptill, Dorothy Jackson Lucille Appleby, Mary Ella Apple by, Jean Hardt, Phyllis Barkley Marion Morgenson and Mrs. I. L Gibson; Messrs. Lawrence Rodgers David Appleby, James Jackson, Mil ford Adams, Jack Hall, Tommy Davis, Clifford Morgenson and the Rev. Byron F. Stroh. Mr. Morgenson was presente with a going-away gift by guest attending. Mrs. W. T. 'Sawyer .Will Be Speakei MESA, Feb. 18—Mrs. W. T. Saw yer of Gilbert will address mem bers of the American Legion Aux iliary during their regular meeting Wednesday evening at the home o: Mrs. W. W. Lockhart, 229 North Macdonald street. Mrs. Sawyer wil discuss "Americanism." Mrs. Sando Dorsett is program chairman. HOW THOUSANDS LOSE FAT No Risky Drugs—No Incon venience All over the country this'Plan appealing to great numbers' of 'girl and women who want to safely los fat and regain their natural charm and attractive-ess. Welch yourself today. Get a bottle o Kruscnen Salts (a famous English for mula). Then every morning before break fast take one half teaspoonful In a glass of water—eat wisely—cut out fatty meats butter, cream and rich pastries—go llgh on white bread and potatoes. greater vivacity, more energy and im proved health that so often accompan fat reduction. REFUSE IMITATIONS! Demand and ge only tha genuine Kruschen (the famous EncllshZormula) plain or new effervescen pleasanr? sparkling. BotOe lasts 4 weeks and costs but a trifle. Any druggist. a trio tic Tea Given The Maricopa County Woman's .epublican Club entertained at a atriotic tea at the home of Mrs. d. C. Rand on Mission drive from to 4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. Miss Marie Sperry presented the fternoon program and read fav- rite poems of Abraham Lincoln, Oh Why Should the Spirit of Moral Be Proud?" by William Knox, nd "Born Without.a Chance," by Sdmund Vance Cook. An American flag, a treasured eepsake of Mrs. Rand, was a cen- er of attraction in house decora- ions. The emblem was made in 865 by her paternal grandmother or Mrs. Rand's father, a sea captain, who carried it with him on his xips around the world. Mrs. .Clyde Lewis was dressed as George Washington arid Mrs. . E. L. Shepherd was dressed as lartha Washington. Claire Edvards in a colonial costume gave a eading, "An Old-Fashioned Girl." As a tea table centerpiece, flags flanked "by white elephants and ed candles were used. Mesdames C. O. Austinson, C. E. Hudson and Frank Fletcher presided. A collection of colonial and Civil Var fans was exhibited, part of a collection belonging to Mrs. Rand, vho told of their history. Guests were Mesdames B. C. Tayor, Elizabeth Turner, R. H. Phila- jaum, Harold Hulsey, Fred Riddell, Georgia Bryan, R. E. Blair, W. H. 'effley, Ward Powers, Arma Biv- ns, Frances Peter, R. E. McKinnie, D. C. Dodds, D.' C. Thurston, C. M. Wood, G. L. Hoggan, Abigail Baldwin, E. E. Jack, Walter Du- J ree, Maud Clark, Earl Creed, V. 3. Connell, David Grout, J. S. Mur- ess, Harley Yandell, F. G. Lambert. Mesdames A. C. Tiffin, Paris, 111.; Mary C. Stengel, Philadelphia; lobert P. Falk, Memphis, Tenn.; Olive M. DeWitt, Whitehall, Mich.; I. J. Limperich, St. Cloud, Minn.; Clifford W. Parsons, Tucson, and iliss Lenore Spencer, Douglas, Mich. * • • Tacky Party Held By Glendale Pair GLENDALE, Feb. 18—Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Dungan entertained with a "tacky party" last night in heir home 152 North Central avenue. Bridge was played and re- reshments were served. Guests were Messrs, and Mes- lames Edgar Best, Mel Crouch and Owen A. Allen, sr., and Mes- tames Frank Davis, Martha Doyle, Frank Fowler, Leland Scott and . W. Pike. * * * Artist Will Appear On School Program BUCKEYE, Feb. 18—Muriel ioodspeed will give a recital of lancing, piano, light opera and [ramatic sketches in the auditor- um at Buckeye Union High School at a national school assembly at 12:45 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. In 1938 Miss Goodspeed was sinner at Atlantic City as Amerca's most talented girl. Winner of 62 state and national contests n beauty, music, dancing, singing, writing, oratory and dramatics, he also is prominent as a stage, ;creen and radio artist. She will be assisted by Paul King, jr., concert piano artist. Arizona Republic Society and Club News Department 203 .Heard Bldg. Phoenix, Arizona Phone 3-1111 ; Editor Pauline Cooper Bates •' Assistant Abby Phillips Carlson Calendar The Pueblo Grande ruins and the laboratory, five miles east on Washington street and the Grand Canal, are open to visitors every day from 9 a. m. to a 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 Burcn street, open 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. dally except Monday. Reading room Young Men's Christian Association building. Second avenue and Monroe street, open from 8 a. m. to p. m. Reading rooms Young Women's Christian Association building. 234 -West Monroe itreet, open from 8 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Northeast branch of Phoenix public 11- jrary. 1002 North Second street, 10 a. n. to 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Phoenix Art Center; 702 East Adams street, open from 9 a. m. to 12, 1 to 5 D. m., and 7:30 to 10 p. m., Monday to Friday; Saturdays and Sundays, 1 to 5 '. m. Work rooms of Maricopa chapter. American Red Cross, 1211 North Third avenue, open daily 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 Aloha Phi alumnae, Mrs. Perry Casey, 111 East Alvarado street. 8 p. m. Grandvlew Woman's Club, clubrooms of school. 12:30 p. m. Tau Gamma Alpha Club, St Mary's Sodality Hall, 9 p. m. Weekly meeting Casey Club, noon, YMCA Clubrooms. Weekly Junior Chamber of • Commerce ulnner meeting 8:30 p. m., Hotel Westward Ho. Weekly meeting of Hiram Club. 32:10 a. m. Masonic Temple. Weekly classes at Phoenix Art Center: Workshop. 9 a. m. to 12; crafts, 7:30 to 10:30 p. m.: life drawing, 8 to 10 p. m. Gilbert and Sullivan program, British War relief. Phoenix Woman's Club house. Phoenix Little Theater tryouts for "Within the Law", cottage, rear of theater buildinz. 7:30 p. m. Franklin PTA, school. 2:45 p. m. Jackson PTA. auditorium, 2:3O p. m. Modern Study Club, 1514 West Monroe street. 1 p. m. Woman's Benefit Association Social Club, 1226 East Belleview street, 12:30 p. m. Emerson PTA. school, 8 p. m. Osborn PTA. auditorium. 3 p. m. Royal Neighbors of America. Odd Fellows Hall. 31 North Third avenue, 8 p. m. Mrs. W. H*. Mitchell Ends Phoenix Visit Mrs. William H. Mitchell of Ray will conclude a several weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. P. V. Fuller, and Mr. Fuller of Ocotillo road, this morning when she leaves for Lawton, Okla. In Lawton she will be the guest of another daughter, Mrs. Frank E. Fraser, and Major Fraser. and will be present at a United States Army review at Fort Sill to be held there Miss Geneva Shores And Lyle Smith Wed CLEMENCEAU, Feb. 18—The marriage of Miss Geneva Shores of this city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shores of Bentonville, Ark., and Lyle Smith of Bridgeport has been announced here. The wedding took place in Phoenix February 8, with the Rev. J. D. Rothwell officiating. The couple was attended by Miss Mildred Smith and John Shores. Mr. Smith, the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Smith, is an employee of the Jerome Lumber Company. PATTERN 9658 , Designed for the wide-awake', girl •ho likes smart, amusing variety t little cost—this ingenious young rock by Marian Martin. For Pat- ern 9658 is a chameleon style, with everal changes in one pattern. The magic lies in that versatile, detach- ble peplum that may match or ontrast. Twist it in front, sarong- tyle, with a back knot, or let it ie on with a pert little bow in ack or in front. 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Cavin will entertain members of the Women's Society for Christian Service with a review of "Madame Dorothea," by Sigrid Undset, at a colonial tea to be given at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the church parlors. Hostesses will be dressed in colonial costumes. Mrs. Robert West is in charge of reservations. ClIFTON PRESBYTERIAN The quarterly missionary pro- rani "will be "given at the'meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the First Presbyterian Church to be held at the home of Mrs. Marshall Simms at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. • Members x>f the missionary committee are Mesdames J. W. Baxter, Clarence Shumway and Lora Montgomery. Mrs. Ira Spoon will conduct the msiness session. Closing the formal jrogram, a social hour will be held with Mrs. Simms' and Mrs. J. J. Rascoe as hostesses. ST. MARK GUILD The St. Mark Guild of Mesa will meet Thursday at Guild Hall, West Pepper street, for an all-day sew- ng session. The meeting will begin at 11 a. m. with a potluck uncheon to be served at noon. Edna Rainey, president, will be in charge. lamp Verde Club Has Luncheon Meet CAMP VERDE, Feb. 18—Nancy Monroe, president, was hostess recently at a potluck luncheon in her home attended by members of Montezuma Castle Club and planned in observance of the golden jubilee of the General Federation Women's Clubs. History of the club was reviewed by charter members during the afternoon. Those attending were Mesdames Lon Austin, Dave Murdock, William Wingfield, William Godard, Galloway Peach, Ernest Richards, Claude McCracken, Keith Kanaga, B. B. Huff, Oliver Benedict and Fred Back. Tryouts Take Place For Theater Play Tryouts for "Within The Law," the March presentation of the Phoenix Little Theater, will be held at 7:30' o'clock tonight. Those interested have been asked to report to Dr. 'F. L. Reese, director, at the cottage in the rear of the Little Theater building. * * * When sandpapering surfaces that are to be painted the work is made much easier if sandpaper is folded over a small block of wood. New Vndtr-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Does pot rot dresses, does not irritate skin. 2. Nowaitingtodry.Canbeused tight after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. Apure,wrure,greaseless,stain. less vanishing cteam. 5. Airid has been awarded the ApptovalSealoftheAmeiican Institute of laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 23 MILLION jari of Arrid h»v»b««niold. Trya jartoday! ARRID a4 . At «H Han* telling toll«t gnu* 9<«j» (.h.i.iof «asyj2r.)_ [unior Monday Club Holds Bridge Party PRESCOTT, Feb. 18—The Junior donday Club held its third of a monthly series of dessert bridge arties Saturday afternoon at the Monday Club building. A George Washington birthday theme was arried out in the arrangements, vith the tables colorful in patriotic ues and cherry pie being served or dessert. Attending the party were Mes- ams William Greenwood, George ,. McFarland, William A. Gibson, L C. Smoot, James Whetstine, loy D. Young, Malcolm M. Bridg- vater, C. R. K. Swetnam, William . Henson, Carl Webb, Jack R. lume, Joseph Olivo, J. E. Brass- ield, Leonard Spooner, Robert "'atterson and M. F. Kuhne. Mesdames Helen Bishop, S. J. Tallin, Porry Patrick, H. T, ..awrence, Vertie Hale, W. L. logers, Fred Parrott, Parker utton, Paul Carnapas, J. W. Rusell, Sidney C. Rice, Howard H. 3ean, F. R. Maddox and F. B. Wiley, and Misses Louise Bast and tlary Drake. Mrs. E. Y. Theobald served as Chairman of the committee on arrangements and was assisted by ilesdames Gordon Miller, Richard !. Meyer, and Waldo Bast. * * * Auxiliary Pr e si d e nt To Be Complimented MORENCI, Feb. 18—Complimentary to Lydia Solberg, Flag- taff, department president of the American Legion Auxiliary, units >f the Harold Wilson post of Clifon, and the Llyod C. Hill post of rtorenci will hold a joint meeting lere Thursday evening. A'dinner will be served in the ..ongfellow Inn at 6:30 o'clock •Irs. Solberg's address will feature he program. Mrs. H. F. Brown and Mrs. Effie Martin, presidents >f the Morenci and Clifton auxiliar- es, respectively, will be presiding rfficers. Following the dinner, a bridge larty will be held In the legion lall. Hostesses will be Mesdames 3. E. Ude, E. E. Shaver and Harry erdes. * * * Program Is Planned For Florence Stars' FLORENCE, Feb. 18—Florence chapter, Order of the Eastern Star will meet tomorrow evening in the chapter room,, with Ozella Bugg worthy matron, presiding. Mrs Ronald J. Ellis, associate matron, will be chairman of a patriotic pro gram. Many Attend Bridge Party FLORENCE, Feb. IS—Mrs. Na- alia M. White, Mrs. Mary, S. Michea and Miss Mary White en- ertained Saturday afternoon with valentine bridge luncheon. High scores went, to Mesdames C. W. Caywood; Annetta Perhanv 1 A. Smith, F. A. Griffin and P. B. lauskens. Guests included Mesdames N. R. ^reeman, Raymond Curry, Smith,. W. J. Clemans, W. W. Cochran, «t. E. King, J. W. Baker, James O. Borree, Caywood, Emily K. Harkey, V. W. Hamilton, George -F. Inffman, James E. Davis, W. G. Knight, Marjorie Kankin, B. H. Afhite, F. D. Allhands, L. O. Fiscel, iichard E. Fulton, Tom Fulbright, George W. Morreli, Lynn Earley, A. L. Bartlett, Grover Hall, Hauskens, Winona Westfall, Tommy Cathemer; A. C. Wrenn, Kellner C. Ellington, Ethel Pichard, A. G. talker, W. G. Westfall, W. C. Truman, Mary Bell Sands,. Mary F. Sagaser, Perham, J. B. Mitchell, Moses Brown, H. C. Hill, Homer Detrick, H. M. Chappell, J. K. Zellweger, John J. Bugg, J. R. Treat, T. J. Marks, H. G. Richardson, W. ~. Branaham, Dugald Stewart, race Simmons, Mary McGee, R. J. Ellis, J. F. Vallandingham, ,T. H. Allen, Alva L. Weaver, R. H. Moorhouse, Floyd G. Brown, C. M. Foreman, Mary E. Traman, Esta L. Bayless, T. A. Nkholas, Kendrik Schewel, B. F. Thum, W. G. Randall, E. O. Devine, H. H. Freeman, kelson Borree, G. M. Young, G. B. Steward. Griffin, S. R. Mathews, C. A. Whitlow, Louise Lee and Fred Tidwell; Misses Natalia Michea, Jessie Woods, Ann Maki, Cecilia Cathemer, Beulah Twist, ..ouise Buehler, Merle Ross, Martha Vhite, Lillian Nicholas, Dorothy Jreenlaw, Jennie Root, Mary itarta. Viola Foreman, Phoebe >Jiemeyer, Elizabeth Moorhouse, losemary Parsons, Velma McNatt, ^"eggy Nolan and Edith Marta, all >f Florence. Mesdames Melvin H. Grossmiller, ?. W. Cox, Freeman Rose, F. P. 'amieson, R. W. Taylor, A. L. Novell, Benjamin L. Arnold and P. W. Loucks and Misses Helen Attaway and Gladys Perkins, Coolidge. Mrs. Blanche Reed and Miss Jew- 1 Reed, Phoenix; Mrs. George A. •"leming, Flagstaff; Mrs. G. Alan 'ohnson, Vernon, Tex.; Miss FritzJej Tidwell, Ray; and Miss Evelynf Nicholas, Superior. * * * irand Chief Visits Superior Pythians SUPERIOR, .Feb. 18—Bessie Kidd Best of Flagstaff, grand chief of the Pythian Sister lodges of Arizona, paid an official visit to Laurel temple Saturday evening. She was accompanied by Mary Fuller, mistress of records and correspondence, and Alice Menzies, past grand chief, both of Tucson. Laurel temple exemplified the nitiatory service for the men, also the ballot march. After the meeting they were entertained with a Spanish banquet. The grand chief was presented with a gift. A buffalo luncheon was given by Mrs. George N. McDaniel at her home Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Best. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Taylor, Mesdames, Fred Craig, Roy Glass, Charles Williams and T. M. Wall of Ray, and Misses Gerdetta and Ruby McDaniels. * # * Morenci Girls League To Give Coed Dance MORENCI, Feb. 17—The Girls League of the Morenci High School will hold a coed dance for students of the high school in the high school auditorium Friday evening. Patriotic decorations will be used. Committee chairmen are Patty Moore, general chairman, Johnnie Day, Catherine Hall, Gilda Mal- logue, Harriett Hill, Marian Carman and Lorene Moore. LOOK AT TH£ TUCK I CAN TAKE IN MY DRESS Look at the Fat I've LostI Now you may slim down yonr face and figure without starvation dieting or back* breaking exercises. Just eat feasibly and take Marmola tmdec the conditions and according to directions on the package. Marmola Tablets nave been sold to th* public for more than thirty years. More than twenty million boxea have been distributed during that period. Marmola is not a care-all. Marmola u only for adult fat persons whose fatness is caused by a thyroid deficiency (hypothyroidlsm} but who are otherwise normal and healthy. W* do not make any diaKnosis as that is the function of your physician, who must be con* suited for that purpose. Why not try to lose those ugly, uncomfortable pounds th« Marmola way? Get a box of Marmola today from your druggist: TREE TEA WINS, 3 TO i, IN NOTARIZED TASTE TESTS I • Four women's groups ia San Francisco tested TreeTea and its biggest compedrot. Tree Tea won, 63 to 221 It's a smarter habit to choose Tree Tea, the flavor favorite. It costs no moee. "THE WORLD'S UNESTTEA- t

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