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'jeJepKone 34111; 0 Arizona Republic, If hoenlx, Wednesday Morning, -February-19, 1941 PafeNi Jpring Party Plans Made, l Club members met Monday on at the Phoenix Wom- i dub house for a social day, a Efdieon, preceeding an afternoon 1 - carts. Mrs. Norman Jamison chairman, assisted by ~M.es- S f. M. Shaw, 3. L.. Weaver, Housner. and C. C. Barnes. Fpastel shades of sweet peas and i formed the floral center- Tall green candles and gay jtonhane-wrapped prizes >com- fpA decorations. Mesdames F. -Greene, L. H. Hellman, and Ver- f.f Evans were prize winners. "uests were Mesdames Anthony r, B. E. Tade, C. W. Flo- ti A. L. Vcigcl, F. E. Greene, C Shelver, L. H. Helhnan, J. It Collins, and D. W. Fitchford. "Bans were laid for the spring * ,.. *-„.. «nj TUTVe 1 "K/r tj party, and announced Mrs. M. H. that Helen Mick would be general chair- 1 L Mrs. Landick then gave the of the event, March 17, and ,ed the following chairmen and R5r committees: I Mrs. E W. Larson, reservations; Its. Andrews Grayner, publicity; IK Baskin, prizes; Mrs. F. L. jmerman, favors; Mrs. Shaw, •orations and program; Mes- _.ses Mae Breaton, R. M. Cold- ISi, and E. A. Woolf, cards and • Mesdames D. C. Thurston, .. u ' Warren, J. A. Sisson, and liaison, tickets and finance; Mrs. B iC Sparks, assisted by Mesdames •C Barnes, E. E. Miller, J. M. " ks Hausner, Edgar G. Hansen, ., Ja 'Folliard, Edith Henderson, tl Mabel Tway, refreshments. Mrs J. L. Hall, assisted by Mes- IPS Vernon Evans, E. D. Ring, Jiie Rupert, M. J. Sasse, A. R. rtwright, W. A. Pierson, Weaver, George Busch, serving; and 1 presidents and Mrs. Baskin, re[Arrangements , Of Weeds Seen | in an illustrated talk on "Weed jerangements" to Valley Garden ICenter members and guests yes- y morning, Mrs. G. F. Maugh- —u, guest speaker, suggested that Hi!! flower displays be arranged for > particular place in which the} > to be used. | "The colors in the arrangements ; harmonize with the back nd," Mrs. Maughmer said, "am Parent-Teacher Associations EMERSON Dad's Night and Founders Day will form the incentive for the pro- Tarn at 8 o'clock tonight for the 2merson PTA in the school., A )lue and gold -motif will be "emphasized at the refreshments table ind a large birthday cake will brm the centerpiece. Mrs. Hoyt Pilcher and Mrs. Walter Lee 'will >our tea. '— A playlet, directed by Esther Kitner, "The Start of the PTA," will be presented by the auditorium class, -and under the direction of Vtary Hamilton a musical program, Aduding baritone solos by John Sayless, will be given. Mrs. F. A. Bons will conduct a panel discussion on educating citi- :ens for a democracy with Harvey Taylor, the Rev. Harry Allen, Harry A. Phillips, Mrs.- Pilcher, Mrs. W. C. Upton and- Mrs. James P. Ryan participating. Mrs. Lynn Hogan, Founders Day chairman, will.be in charge of the program and past presidents •wfll ae honored guests. Mrs. William Porter and Mrs. J. R. Gramont are in charge of decorations. KBANKLIN Founders Day will be marked by the Franklin Parent-Teacher Association 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. We"lls, 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 patriotic program, "Founders of Our Country." Third grade mothers will be tea hostesses. WELSON Thirteen past presidents of the Wilson PTA will be honored at a meeting to be held in the school auditorium at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. They are Mesdames C; T. Thompson, T. G. Fox, C. C. Black. Fred W. Smith, V. G. Way C. O. Townsend, A. J. Wilhoit, R M. Benner, B. T. Bolin, I. O. Adams, C. R. Rose, J. R. Moore, W. E Case, George Johnson and Ralph Greenler. * A candlelighting ceremony in keeping with Founders Day has been prepared by the eighth grade pupils, and three musical numbers will be presented by pupils under the direction of Miss Bonnie Strain. GLENDALE Founders Day will be observed r 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 le group will be honored at this me: Mesdames M. L Leff, J. T. ~)ungan, J. U. Miller, Newman Vhite, C. L. Conway, C. M. Archer, Charles Cochran, Alfred Anderson, harles Pitts, J. S. Francis, Charles Itzgerald and Howard White. Music for -the affair' will be urnished by the grammar school lee club, under the direction of Eiss Margaret Martindale, and the •omen's quartet of the Brethren Church, composed of Mesdames rank Sine, Chester Gillett, B. F. teas, and Melvin Sine. The Camp ire Girls of the school will pre- ent a short program under the direction 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 Irving School auditorium .t 7:30 o'clock. E. R. Brimhall, jrincipal, will be in charge of the >rogram, arranged by Dora Kersey md Emma Lou Barrow. . The evening's entertainment will eature a reproduction of famous taintings with school children por- raying the characters. Mona Millett will be the com- nentator and Ardith Ries will play he piano accompaniment. A special exhibit of paintings of he masters sent here from Chicago will be on display in the hall. D ,. containers should be suited ^ a i (the flowers and weed grasses' LJ ' a Mrs. Fred Sullivan is program J. Simplicity and naturalness, ItsBntial in creating striking flower* Iptures, ivill allow the curve of OSBORN ;fc» howl or plaque to properly '' "age the height and thickness" 1 _• the arrangement." Among the many attractive dis- ys arranged by the speaker was ..' of a white Madonna figurine the renter with long strands ,.' wheat grass for height and ,,-hite petunias at the base. Its Icontainer was a large date-palm bloom pod placed lengthwise. Anither effective group was made of i Redwood log container on which tat a miniature girl under the Ipreading prongs of Johnson grass. I The next open meeting of the lalley gardeners will be held at > center February 25. This will a movie lectuve by Hollis S. [aimer of the U. S. Forest Sen-ice. 'laudia Ogden Fetes Daughter Charlotte Ogden was the hon|red guest at a 13th birthday an- iiversary party at which her moth- i. Claudia Ogden was hostess in Iheir home at 2301 North 17th av- Inut from 2 to 5 o'clock Sunday Iftcrnoon. I Gladioli and carnations in pink |nd blue reflecting the color motif appointments formed lovely flor- decorations throughout the lOtlSP. 1 Guests were Nan Campbell, Repe Ross. Virginia Leonard, Barbara Ross, Beverly Murray, Bobby fan Drnhurgh, ifvin Myers, Billy IVeaver, Dale Frink, Alec Poleset- liky, Carol Hillman, Emlie Gannis, [Nancy McKesson, Marilyn Blair, Jf.uth Hartgraves, Sam Montgom- |»ry. Kenneth King, Charles Pen- l!er and Jimmy Marshall. * '* * iilbert Folk Hold Valentine Party — 1 GILBERT. Feb. 18—"Mary Mc- ™nis and Jack Eddy were hostess lad host at a valentine party Monday night at the home of Mr. Wid Mrs. Curtis McGinnis, east of Kilbert. A buffet supper was served, [olknved by games. Decorations pcre carried out in valentine motif. 1 Those- present were Ruth Dong, Jwn Balm. Anna Wallace, Ollie IHelmhout, Juanita Clare, Neva TJichols, Norma Cullumber, June vttty. Cleora Cooper. Anna Lee Mihrre, Bonnie Witlock, Connie K'tlock, Ruth Giezel, Shirley lulor. Treva Langford, Mr. wold Cullumber, Bill Sawyer, wed Sotomeyers, Meredith Mil- w, Georgn Miller, Joe Lamb, Jack 'wen. RPX Neely, Marvin Morri:. Lop McGinnis, Alvin Lamau- |aux, narrell Slade, Joe Kremer, iyde Phillips. Don Clare, Joseph Wilbur. Eugene Kelly, Betty La- fourrctte, Kenneth McCollough, 1 Verne LaTourrette. » * * Tacky Party Held By Glendale Pair ,GLEN'DALE, Feb. 18—Dr. and • •?• T. Dungan entertained a "tacky party" last, night in • home 152 North Central ave- Bridge was played and re- nments were served. t* were Messrs, and Mes- Edgar Best, Mel Crouch Owen A. Allen, ST.. and Messes Frank Davis. Martha Doyle. tiank Fowler, Leland Scott and The Osborn PTA will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon in the schoo auditorium with Dixie Thompson as chairman. Mrs. H. A. Jacobs will supervise the Founders Day celebration and the girls glee club will-provide musical numbers. "Health in Home, School anc Community," will be the subject of the day with L. E. Wilhite and Dr. Kenneth Peterson leading Tourth grade mothers will receive and serve tea in the cafeteria fol- owing. PUHS PARENT EDUCATION The Phoenix Union High Schoo parent education class will meet in Room 121, Administration building, at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Parents of both North Phoenix and Phoenix Union High Schoo students may attend these-meetings, which are led by Mrs. H. C Wood, "How Much Do High Schoo Youths Need Their Families?" wil be the topic. SCOTTSDALE The Scottsdale Parent-Teacher Association will hold its annua Founders Day program at 8 o'clock tomorrow at the high school audi :orium, honoring past presidents The program will consist of num sers by the grammar school glee club under the direction of Lehman Stout; a one-act play presented by high school students, directed by Miss Dorothy Hood; a solo by Jean Ericson, accompanied by Harrie Freeberg; and a talk on the history of the Scottsdale association by Mrs. H. B. Ross. A silver tea will follow the pro gram. JACKSON Mrs. F. N. Smith will talk on Founders Day at a program com memorating- founding at the Jack son Parent-Teacher Association a' 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in thi school auditorium. Sixth grade pu pils of Edith Goff will give a pag eant, "Star from PTA." Past pres idents will be guests. Kindergarten room mothers will be hostesses a the social hour. * GILBERT Harvey L. Taylor will be guest speaker at the PTA meeting a 7:45 o'clock tomorrow evening. H will speak on "Pertaining t Youth." W. C. Sawyer is in charg of the program, which is to ob serve Founders Day. Are Discussed Sigma Kappa Phi, Phoenix Junor College fraternity, announced hree 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 the college gymnasium. Gay-color:d streamers will form a false eiling in fraternity colors as the ouples dance to Kenny Van Epps irchestra. High light will be a prize raltz. Co-chairmen of plans were the our fraternity presidents, who met ecently as an interfraternity coun- il. Representing their respective ;roups were Harold Allen, Sigma Cappa Phi; William Ring, Tau Omega; Robert Beck, Phi Alpha Chi; and Donald Reese, XI Delta Chi. sonans Visit If Joy L. White ia May Flower and Sanford of Tucson were week-end > of Mrs. Jay L. White, of 1219 «i avenue. Mrs. Elower and t Allen are the mother and of the Phoenician. Help to Relieve Distress of FEMALE PERIODIC E. JL --V MJU1A ftf n"— •""•• — »^t»^' ] Compound to lielp relieve monthly JP«tn. Headaches, bactaclie and 1ALSO calm upset nerves due to I monthly functional disturbances. If&kham's Compound is maroaaits ISJ^P touna UP Teslsb""» «S^°2 > ot ' ; day*.' -e against .-TO1M Senator To Address Members Of Club Senator William Coxon will be guest, speaker at a 1:30 o'clock meeting this afternoon of the Har mony Club in the Phoenix Worn an's Club house and will talk on relations between the United States and Mexico. Mrs. William Jones, legislative chairman, wil introduce Mr. Coxon. Tea will be served and bndge games played with Mesdames Julius Irion, T. C. Osborn, Anna Wasielewski, Albert S. Adams and Sue Waggoner, hostesses. Tryouts Take Place For TJieater Play Trvouts for "Within The Law, the "March presentation of th Phoenix Little Theater, will be hel at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Those m terested have been asked to repor to Dr. F. L. Reese, director, at th cottage in the rear of the Littl Theater building. ACT FAST WHEN* THREATEN (feeThis 3-n/ftPOSE Median* At the very first sniffle, sneeze, o of« cold put just a few drops of Va-tro-nol tip eaclrnostrn. If used to time, Va-tro-nol's stimulating action actually helps prevent manycolds from developing. ' • ... -AnA remember 1W», i*en s hew cold makes you miserable, or transient congestion "fills up* nose at nlgfal EDoils sleep—3-purposeVa-to>-nol gives Valuable help as it (1) brinks rwoBen membranes. (3) relieves Irritation. (3) helpsflushout nasal passages^ ___ clearing clogging- TICKS mucus. Enjoy the reUefittrings. Patriotic Tea ance PI ans Committees will be Harry Pier- ion, Jack Killingsworth, Carroll lussell, and Leroy Hardwicke, refreshments; Robert Fagan, James Gilford, and Allen, programs; and :om McKinley, Richard Burney, 'ames Coury, Robert Eisenbach, Chapman Rollins, and Robert Delph, decorations. * » • D earn W. Horton To Present Program Pearn W. Horton, worthy patron, will present a patriotic program or the entertainment of members and visitors at a meeting of Queen Esther chapter No. 22, Order of the Eastern Star, at 8 o'clock Thursday evening in the Masonic Temple. D. O. Smith will talk on the life if George Washington. Miss Ethel 5pitz 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. Special hostesses to visitors will be Mesdames L. L. Clapp and J. E. 'aimer who have invited all Eastern Stars from out of town sojourning here to attend. * * « Clifford Morgenson Honored At Party CHANDLER, Feb. 18—Mrs. Phil C. Morgenson was hostess last evening at a farewell party honoring her son, Clifford Morgenson, who is leaving this week-end for San Diego, Calif., where he has enlisted in the United States Navy- The diversion of the evening was "progressive hearts," with prizes being awarded to Miss Mary Ella Appleby and James Jackson. The refreshments carried out a valentine motif. Those attending were Misses Sazel Guptill, Mildred Goodykoonts, Eleanor Guptill, Dorothy Jackson Lucille Appleby, Mary Ella Appleby, Jean Hardt, Phyllis Barkley Marion Morgenson and Mrs. L L Gibson; Messrs. Lawrence Rodgers David Appleby, James Jackson, Milford Adams, Jack Hall, Tommy Davis, Clifford Morgenson and the Rev. Byron F. Stroh. Mr. Morgenson was presented with a going-away gift by guests attending. * * * Mrs. W. T. Sawyer .Will Be Speaker MESA, Feb. 18—Mrs. W. T. Sawyer of Gilbert will address members of the American Legion Auxiliary during their regular meeting Wednesday evening at the home o Mrs.'W. W. Lockhart, 229, North Macdonald street Mrs.«3awyer wil" discuss "Americanism." Mrs. Sando Dorsett is program chairman. HOW THOUSANDS LOSE No Risky Drugs—No Incon venience All over the country this Plan i appealing to great numbers of gir) and women who wact to safely los fat and regain their natural charm and attractive-ess. Weigh yourself today. Get a bottle o Krnsc&en Salts (a famous Engliih for mula). Then every moraine before break last • take one balf teaspoonful in a glass of water—eat wisely—cut out fatty meats butter, cream and rich pastries—go ligh on while bread and potatoes After 4 weeks welsh yourself again and iust see If you haven't lost pounds of ugl fat and earned that "Kruschen Feelins" o sreater vivacity, .more energy and im proved health that so often accompan *KEFT:SE < »aTATIONS! Demand and ee only the genuine Kruscben (the famous formula) plain or new effervescent sparkliuK. Bottle la«U 4 weeks bat a trifle. Any druggist. The Maricopa County Woman's Republican Club entertained at, a patriotic tea at the home of Mrs. I. C. Rand on Mission drive from 2 to 4:30 o'clock Monday af terrio&n. Miss Marie Sperry presented the afternoon program and read fav- irite poems of Abraham Lincoln, 'Oh Why Should the Spirit of Moral Be Proud?" by William Knox, .nd "Born Without a Chance," by Edmund Vance Cook. An -American flag, a treasured keepsake of Mrs. Rand, was a cen- er of attraction in house decorations! The emblem was made in .865 by her paternal grandmother or Mrs. Rand's father, a sea cap- .ain, who carried it with him on his rips around the world. Mrs. Clyde Lewis was dressed as George Washington and Mrs. 1. E. L. Shepherd was dressed as Martha Washington. Claire Edwards in a colonial costume gave a "eading, "An Old-Fashioned Girl." As a tea table centerpiece, flags flanked by white elephants and red candles were used. Mesdames O. Austinson, C. E. Hudson 'and Frank Fletcher . presided. . A collection of colonial and Civil iVar fans was exhibited, part of a collection belonging to Mrs. Rand, ivho told of their history. Guests were Mesdames B. C. Tayor, Elizabeth Turner, R. H. Philabaum, Harold Hulsey, Fred Riddell, Georgia Bryan, R. E. Blair, W. H. effley, Ward Powers, Arma Bivins, Frances Peter, R. E. McKinnie, D. C. Dodds, D: C. Thurston, C. M. Wood, G. L. Hoggan, Abigail Baldwin, E. E. Jack,. Walter Du- 3 ree, Maud Clark, Earl Creed, V. E. Connell, David Grout, J. S. Mur- :ess, Harley Yandell, F. G. Lambert. Mesdames A. C. Tiffin, Paris, 111.; Hary C. Stengel, Philadelphia; Robert P. Falk, Memphis, Tenn.; Olive M. DeWitt, Whitehall, Mich.; I. J. Limperich, St. Cloud, Minn.; Clifford W. Parsons, Tucson, and Miss Lenore Spencer, Douglas, Mich. South American Principles Told A review of the principles of pan Americanism opened the roundtable discussion at a meeting of the international relations department of the Phoenix Woman's Club yes- ;erday afternoon, with Mrs. George Olney in charge. In discussing South American re- jublics, Mrs. Charles B. McAlister jointed out that the Brazilian peo- ile as a whole do not care for the Serman theory of life and that leaders of the nation have instituted a strong program .of justice for abor and national interest and has clamped down on Nazi secret activi- :ies. Democracy is most in evidence in Thile, said Mattie L. Williams, who ncluded Uruguay and Argentina in her report urging that something be done by the-United States to •nake trade agreements with the :atter. The development of industry in Brazil and Chile was brought out by Mrs. Guy Chisum, who also spoke of the military and economic fronts. Other members contributing to the discussion included Mesdames B. E. Marks, Mary A. Murphy, S. H. Bowyer, C. C. Lewis and Harry Wells. .Arizona Republic Society and Club News 'Department -.• 203-Heard Bldff. Phoenix, Arizona Phone 3-1111 ' V'.'• Editor, Pauline Cooper Bates Assistant Abby Phillips Carlson Calendar Th« Pueblo Grande ruliu and the laboratory, five miles east on Washington street and the Grand Canal, are open to visitors every day from 9 a. m. to B 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 3 p. to. to 5 p. m. dally except Monday. Reading room Young Men's Christian Association building. Second avenue and Monroe street, open from H a. m. to m v ding 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 library, 1002 North Second street, 10 a. m. 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 m., and 7:30 to 10 p. m., Monday to day; Saturdays and Sundays, 1 to 5 p. m. Work rooms of Maricopa chapter, American Red' Cross. 1211 North Third avenue, open dally except Saturday and Sunday Iron.. 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 iron. 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, S p. m. Grandview Woman's dub, dubrooms 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 uinner meeting 8:30 p. m., Hotel Westward Ho. Weekly meetLns of Hiram dub, 12:10 u. m. Alasonic 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 buildinc. 7:30 p. m. Franklin PTA, school. 2:45 p. m. Jackson PTA. auditorium. 2:30 p. m. Modern Study Club. 1514 West Monroe street. 1 p. m. Woman's Benefit Association Social Club, 1226 East Bellcview 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. S p. m. PATTERN 9658 Designed for the'wide-awake girl who likes smart, amusing variety at little cost—this ingenious young frock by Marian Martin. For Pattern 9658 is a chameleon style, with several changes in one pattern. The magic lies in that versatile, detachable peplunv that may match or contrast. Twist it in front, sarong- style, with a .back knot, or let it tie on with a pert little bow in back or in front. Then, when you want a simpler style, Just leave off .he peplum and use a narrow belt. The bodice is softened by gathering at either side of the seam, and the short sleeves may be plain or trimmed with matching or contrasting cuffs. If you want to feel really dressed up, perch a cluster of flowers on your shoulder and ruffle the edges of the peplum and cuffs. Pattern 9658 may be ordered only in misses' sizes 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 16, 354 yards 39 Inch. Send fifteen cents in coins for :his 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 love- y colors, available in simple patterns. Enchanting frocks for home, street, afternoon and evening. Gay sports wear. Vivacious "small-fry" outfits. Fabric and accessory news. Take advantage of this prompt by-, mail service today! Book fifteen cents. Pattern fifteen cents. omans Gives Club Party The Osborn Woman's Club entertained yesterday with an attractive bridge luncheon in the clubhouse, attended by a large group of winter visitors. A red, white and blue motif emphasized the George Washington Birthday theme in table decorations and menu. Hostesses were Mesdames Horace Williams and W. T. Telma. High score awards were won by Mesdames J. T. Inman and W. L. Robbins. Eleven tables were in play. Special' guests included Mesdames John Dixon. Eugene F. McKenna, Lester Mullins, Carlos Hogne, A. S. Nicholson, L. R. Bonner, J. C. Dilley, C. Agnew Ewing, Albert Hepps, Grace Fairclough, W. L. Robbins, Kate Sabra and Inman, and Miss Cassandra B. Collins. The members will meet at the home of Mrs. George Gann, 3801 North Sixth street, tomorrow for Red Cross sewing. A covered-dish luncheon will be served. Snow Crystal Idea Used Quilt Fun To Piece Lovely When Finished Snow Crystal PATTERN 6901 Snow, snow, beautiful snow! Here it Is captured for you in this quilt, Snow Crystal. Made of but two materials, the six-sided blocks are fun to piece. Pattern 6901 contains the block chart; carefully drawn pattern pieces; directions for quilt; yardage chart; illustration of quilt; color schemes. To obtain this pattern send 15c in coin to Arizona Republic, Household Arts Department. Be sure to write plainly your name and address. Arizona Republic Household Arts Department Phoenix, Arizona Enclosed is 15c for Pattern No. 6901. NAME (Please Print) Street and Number /' City and State '. A Sensible Treatment for CORNS —for sensible people A corn IB & moss of dead cells (A) whose b&>e prMsea on senal- Ure nenres (B). Felt pad (C)heJp« In ft few days relieve pain by r*> corn Is gently moving pressure, loosened ao It Medication (D) may be lilted acts on corn. .. rigtttout. READ WHAT CAUSES CORNS -HOW TO GET KID OF THEM •R/rrLLioNS of people have found IVi. that this sensible, easy-to-use method helps relieve pain quickly— effectively" removes corns. . Home paring only affects the surface. But Blue- Jay Com Plasters do two important things. Here's how they work : First,the felt pad lifts off pressure, to h|lp relieve pain. Then JieBlue-Jaymedication gently Ipnp- ens the corn so in a few days it may be lifted out. (Stubborn cases may require more than one application.) Blue-Jay costs very little—only a few cents to treat each corn—at all leading drug counters. JSS^BLUEJAY CORN MASTERS* Dress With Detachable I^eplum Address order to the Arizona Republic Fashion Department n Enclosed Is 15c for Style No. 9658. Size , n Enclosed is 15c for Pattern Book. NAME (please print)...'. , Street and number ., City and state. Church Groups TEMPE METHODET Circle groups of the Women's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon for patriotic programs and social hour. Circle one will meet at the home of Mrs. John Dobson. Mrs. N. H. Stover, chairman, will conduct the business session and the program will be under the direction of Mesdames Paul Aepli, Howard Van Horn and Ruth Ballard. Hostesses will be Mesdames Ruth Enright, Ruby Enright, Jane Scott, Arthur Hahns and Harold Strong. Mrs. John Ellingson will entertain group two in her home -and Mrs. Chris Nelson will conduct the business. The program committee includes Mesdames Leo Ramsey and Frank Jones; and hostesses will be Mesdames James Painter, Roy Painter, I. I. Haynes and Harry Owens. Both meetings are scheduled for 2 p. m. and those desiring transportation will meet at the First Methodist Church at 1:45 o'clock. KYRENE BAPTIST The Kyrene Baptist Missionary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. Byron Slawson from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. tomorrow. White Cross work is scheduled for the morning and a covered-dish luncheon will oe served at noon. Mrs. A. W. Reed will be in charge of the mission study, "The Lighthouse", in the afternoon and Mrs. Arthur Rogers will conduct the business session. • FIRST »BETHODIST Mrs. G. H. Gavin 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. ST. MARK GUILD The St. Mark Guild of Mesa will meet Thursday at Guild Hall, West Pepper street, for an all-day sewing session. The meeting will begin at 11 a. m. with a potluck luncheon to be served at noon. Edna Rainey, president, will be in charge, 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 soon. 'ocktail Party Honors Notables Honoring Countess M. de Mont- jou, formerly of Paris but -a resident of New York since war conditions made life there intolerable, and Edward Hurst, internationally know portrait painter. Brig. Gen. ?elham D. Glassford and Mrs. Glassford entertained yesterday with a cocktail party in their ranch lome. On display during the afternoon were eight sketches of cowboys at -astle Hot Springs where Mr. Hurst spent some time recently. A resident of London until late last fall when he returned to his native America, Mr. Hurst is on his first visit to the West. Guests who were entertained from 5 to 7 p. m. included many of the city's foremost art lovers. * * * Range Examiner Gives Program ALHAMBRA, Feb. 18 — H. S. Palmer, assistant, range examiner of Tonto National Forest, was featured on the program at the luncheon meeting held today by the Alhambra Woman's Club. Mr. Palmer, who showed motion pictures on forest conservation, was introduced by Mrs. Alex McNeil, chairman. Announcements were made of the following events planned by the club: Old-timers dance, 8:30 p. m. Friday, with Mesdames J. R. Swift, Q. T. Helm, Archer Seaver and Fred.Kirk in charge; bridge and checker party, home of Mrs. D. S. Hershey, Monday afternoon, with Mrs. Fred Kirk, cohostess; Alham- sra community bridge and checker rty at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday, pre- led by a potluck supper with Mesdames C. L. Phillips and McNeil hostesses.- Hostesses at the tea hour today were Mesdames T. T. Kunze and J. M. Hughes. New members introduced were Mesdames W. R. Lee, Ferd Charlebois and Emma Marty. Special guests were Mesdames G. A. Wright, E. L. Bottler, V. M. Gaebler, L. F. Graham and J. W. Still and Misses Lou Ella Hughes anc Margaret Buckland. Mrs. J. M. Hughes, safety chairman, announced the following grand prize winners of a safety poster contest participated in by the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade pupils: George Kelley, Ernest Burnett, Carmen Carbojal, Sona Hallen, Elbert Shephard, and Jean McCarty. x NOW Vndtr-arm Cream Deodorant Stops Perspiration 1. Does not rot dresses, doet not irritate skin. 2. Nowaitingtodry.Canbeused right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. 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Off To Good Start The "Variety Show" got off to a good start with tw6 settings which presented North Phoenix High School's a cappella choristers in excellently co-ordinated light classical melodies, and a comical monologue by Olga Rogers. A harmonica solo by Bob Gray and "The Sweetheart o£ Sigma Chi", by Robert Becker, drew spontaneous applause early in the program. Exhibitions of weight-lifting and bleep-flexing by Roy Adams and Stan Collier, a trio composed of Gordon Wallace, Montague Mitchell, and Dr. Howell Randolph, and a take-off on the fashion salon scene from the movie epic of New York cafe society, "The Women", took the presentation as far as'the intermission. Two sketches, which kept the crowd roaring at the production of the- "Mor Follies" two weeks ago, were repeated in last night's show. A piano trio, Fred Riggins, Mrs. Robert Griggs, and Vernon Heckman, and two dance solos by Phoenix Junior College students brought in a serious vein. , Jolson Style Ribbed Al Jolson and his style took a thorough ribbing as well as did "Sonny Boy" when Ben-Spaulding took a public address system microphone in his arms and went through all the motions and sounds that made the mammy singer famous. Jimmy Geare climaxed the musical section with "Night and Day" and "I Surrender, Dear", As a finish high light, Barry Goldwater briefly told his audience of last year's seven-week trip down the Colorado river while showing numerous colored lantern slides. Phoenix civic clubs participating in the program included the Rotary Club, 20-30 Club, Lions Club, Sahuaro Club Young Men's Christian Association and the Kiwanis. Club. * * * Altrusans Hold . Dinner Session CHANDLER, Feb. 18 — The Chandler - Mesa - Tempe Altrusa. Club met at the Golden Mesa .Tea. Room last night for a business meeting and dinner, with Lois Hansen and Miriam F^msworth in charge of arrangemnts. Miss Marion Chanr.ier, president, conducted the business meeting, at which time students, loans were . discussed at length. Miss Farnswqrth and Lora Oakley gave short talks on the national guidance program of Altrusa clubs. Plans were completed for the miniature float, which the club wilt enter in the Mesa rs.trus Show- next week. Marjory Entz and Rose Avey are' cochairznan. for thes float. The dinner table presented a very lovely effect, spread with lace doilies and many bowls of calendulas down the center. # * » South America Is Club Topic A talk on Argentina by Mrs. H. H. McNeil and a discussion of minor South American countries by Mrs. Phil Tomkinson will feature a meeting of the Modern- Study Club in the home of Mrs. J. C. Wanslee, 1314 West Monroe street, today. Members will meet there for luncheon at 1 p. m. 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