Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 20, 1941 · Page 13
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air 3-1111 iTk Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20,1941 es Fetes Crippled Children ows the rites ers .„„ a blue crepe, blue accessories' wore gardenias, i r. Miss Nell Sal-| dressed in navy crepe accessories and wore a are honey- 'roceanslde; Calif., the, bridegroom's parents,! E.Richards, former; " They will return! id will reside at lot f Mr. and 1609 East a native of She graduated from Union High School and business college and has -S in the business of- Sountain States Tele- •legraph Company. .ly active in the Or- ibow for Girls, s is a graduate of SSffigh School, a former rtthf Arizona State Teach- JpatTempe and is a mem- lie 2WO Club of Mesa. ulia Fuller Addresses Club ' „ members introduced and _ .... . . —Republic Staff Photo Little tots in the Marioopa County Crippled Children's Hospital were made happier last Friday when Miss Kathrjn Jones, daughter of the former Rovernor, R. T. Jones, and Mrs. Jones, Rave a part}- for them at the hospital on the occasion of her own birthday. Preseott Club Hears Pairiterj ! PRESCOTT, Feb. 19—Lillian Wil-! helm Smith, painter of Arizona j scenes, particularly those illustrat- i ing Zane Grey's books, was a guest speaker at the Monday Club in aj program arranged by Mrs. J. C.j Nave. Mrs. E. E. Foulkes was 1 .hostess. '• Mrs. Smith, whose home is at jShe-Kay-Ah guest ranch, near ISedona, exhibited a number of or- iiginal paintings of Arizona scees, ' also a few portraits and some reproductions of illustrations used in j Zane Grey's books, which have won : wide acclaim. ' She told of her trip to Hava- supai canyon, where she painted l pictures of the waterfalls. She spoke i of the friendliness of the Indians ,and their interest in her painting I Just recently a moving picture company was on location at her i ranch and filmed the final scenes of "Billy the Kid." She related many interesting incidents in this connection. i Following Mrs. Smith's talk, members viewed the pictures, and la group of Camp Fire Girls with , their guardian, Mrs. Bonsall Hazeli tine, came in to see the display. The next program will be under ithe direction of the civic department, March 3, the topic being "Mexico, the New Crisis." There will be a guest speaker and a "March of Time" film. * # * Forest Service Movies Shown Social Chairman with the Z Garden Club meeting at otiodc yesterday morning at homed Mrs. Louis W. Olsen Slames F.E. Coles, Charles Emory Hurley, Herman Stem. Tla* J. G. O'Malley and ante Sullivan. laic .flower arrangements nht ty the members formed toe decorations. Julia Ful- speaker, talking on ^ __-Jung in the Valley". Fuller said weeding and loos- s of col around plants are the sitems in early gardening, and| ri spraying in wet years was of & importance. The spraying ess, should be repeated every 3fl through March, the speaker Parent-Teacher Associations Phoenix Pair Irs. Fuller said it is time to y and plant rosebushes, as well irepare chrysanthemum beds. stock and root of the latter jld be dug up and discarded. new plants are to be pruned a to 10 inches in heighth not • than May. Good drainage, son, part shade and sufficient tr are requisites for fine Tsanthemum blooms, the speak-S. Hurley was the recipient ol c of rose leaves from Ohio rose s prepared by Mrs. Olsen. * * * ig Club Gives 5ox Supper Party "UNG. Feb. 19-An old-fash- box supper and Valentine j was held Saturday evening lie Woman's Club of Young in Ichool auditorium. • an alphabetical game, the in a series of spelling ies was held, won by Bevis PENDERGAST Paul M. Hart, resident agent of the United States Secret Service, will speak at the meeting of the Pendergast PTA at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the schoolhouse. The lecture will be illustrated by a film entitled "Know Your Money". The session will be open to the public. A candlelighting ceremony commemorating the founding of the PTA will follow, with Mrs. John Pendergast and Mrs. Roy Sutler, past presidents, officiating. Manley Tolby and Mrs. Frank Wilky are in charge of program arrangements. LITCHFIELD PARK. Feb. 19— Two interesting movies were shown by H. S. Palmer and Larry Herzog of the United States Forest Service at a meeting of the Litchfield Park Community Club Mqn- \V7 1 A . T day evening in the community WPfk /\t I nr^nn ha " VV tUO .TA.I 1 UV-OUU Mrs. A. H. Zieske. program chair- Quiet rites at 2:30 o'clock Sun- man. introduced Mr. Palmer, who KYRENE Mrs. F. A. Bons, past state president of the Kyrene PTA, reviewed the aims and accomplishments of the organization since it was founded 44 years ago in an address before members of the Kyrene association Tuesday night. Mrs. Ellwood Sanders presided. In view of present world conditions, the endeavor of the association now is to create a better understanding and apDreciation of democracies, Mrs. Bons said. Mrs. Harley Yandell. Maricppa county president, urged organization of a parent education class. Appointed on a nominating committee to present names for the annual election of officers, were Mesdames J. R. Padfield, Alice Ramsev and J. K. Williams. Mrs. Eveleen White was program chairman, presenting the speakers and Mesdames J. K. Williams and C. Mrs. James Tretheway. 11- Waggoner, who sang duet num- Ije boxes were auctioned off by TCochran. i fesday, members of the clubj |6t tiie clubhouse to cut out t which will.be sent to women "sin England. * * * .. Jior College Group les Dance Plans is for an annual spring for- Iwul be made at a meeting of Chi Epsilon, Phoenix Junior tge home economics sorority, morning at the college. •M Jones, recently elected Jem, will appoint committees me annual affair and also lead of the club's annual igram. initiation for Dorothy -'Tdge, will take place at Papago Park. A -r,.- will be served. *» Eodid Smith is sponsor of PJP which was organized for * wflenu who are interested bers. accompanied by Mrs. Geraldine Groover. A large birthday cake in observance of Founders Day was topped with candles and lighted in honor of past presidents by Mesdames Sanders, Fay Collier and G. R. Finch. Hostesses were Mesdames Padfield, Lee McCullough, Sofus Peterson, Finch and Leonard Vance. WASHINGTON A potluck luncheon meeting will be held by the Washington PTA parent education group at the home of Mrs. Charles Winkler. Verde avenue and Mission drive, at 11:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. Guests are asked to bring their own service it was announced. Mrs. E. F. Mitchell will lead the discussion on "Rearing Democratic Children.'" Fraternal Groups Plan Joint Dance Woodmen Circle Grove No. 1 and the Woodmen of the World day afternoon in picturesque St. Philips-in-the-Hills Episcopal Church in the Catalina mountain foothills near Tucson united in marriage Miss Marion Harris of Phoenix and Luther Treadwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin T. Treadwell, Abanda, Ala. Only attendants at the wedding were the bride's mother, Mrs. Thomas Harris of Phoenix, and the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Huntington of Tucson, old family friends. The Rev. Mr. Huntington performed the ceremony. Mrs. Treadwell wore a dusty rose redingote ensemble with navy accessories and a gardenia corsage. She is a member of the Phoenix Breakfast Club and of the Saguaro Club. Prior to coming to Phoenix o make her home, she resided in :ay. She has been employed by Dr. C. E. Borah for the past several ears. Mr. Treadwell was educated In \.banda schools and came to Phoe- ix several years ago. He is em- loyed at Fort Huachuca. The cou- le has established a home at 3401 ^Jorth Seventh street. ^oolidge Pair Gives Bridge Dinner Party COOLIDGE, Feb. 19—Mr. and ilrs. R. W. Taylor entertained riends at a 7 o'clock dinner last ight at their home in West Cool- dge. A red and white color scheme vas followed in decorations and able appointments using dainty •alentine place cards and nut cups. Guests were Messrs, and Mes- ames M. M. Ware, Martin L. Talla, T. Bicknell, Hugh M. Miller, ^^ . v ^u.^ MH,l_* tO^CVJ JCI11U IJ1C »» IfUUJJl^ll »-fi. *.J1^ • • V» •« ^economics. The club teach-will entertain jointly at 9 o'clock - to become graceful tonight in Woodmen of the World I Hall, 829 North First avenue. ears Of Wear In Crocheted Rug 'arke Soule, A. D. Tyler and J. M. Hines. Bridge was the entertainment eature and prizes were awarded he couples with the two highest cores, Mr. and Mrs. Ware, first; and Mr. and Mrs. Hines, second. • • • Slate Of .Officers For Club Announced COOLIDGE, Feb. 19—The Cool- dge Junior Woman's Club held i business meeting Monday night at the home of the sponsor, Mrs. Clifford Clements, with Mrs. J. Phil Claridge, president, in charge. The ollowing were appointed for the nominating committee: Mesdames Jay Hinton, Phillip Neese and Marshall Braken. Miss Myrtle Yohn, welfare chairman, announced a joint meeting ol the junior and senior clubs will be icld at 8 o'clock March 3, in the clubhouse, the program to be furnished by the state health educa- ion department. Mrs. Neese, gen- >ral chairman of arrangements for the dance held last Saturday, re- Monday Household Arts by Alice Brooks Bug Crocheted in Four Strands of String ?*Decoration in any room, this rug crocheted in four strand ik.? wnolewick or rags looks like a large chrysanthemum. Us 01 a color with white, grey, tan or three colors. Pattern "• ^instructions for making rug; illustrations of it and "'" needed; color schemes. ... i pattern send 15c in coin to Arizona Kepuoii Department. Be sure to write plainly your name ana Republic Household Arts Department Phoenix, Arizona 1 15c for Pattern No. 6896. Print) fMKnmber.... Hugh '. Tyl< presented and described the films. The first, a game picture, was entitled 'The Vanishing Herds" and the second. "Four Thousand Gifts of the Forest", depicted various ses of wood. A brief business session preced- d the program. Mrs. R. C. Sell, resided in the absence of Mrs. J. Mortensen, president. Mrs. Zieske announced that a ridge party will be held at the ommunity hall Thursday evening. Hostesses for the tea 1 hour were .lesdames R. C. Lyman, Chester unt and George Reisman. » • • San Carlos Club Sets Dance, Party SAN CARLOS, Feb. 19—Members I the San Carlos Woman's Club nd their guests will attend a dance nd card party Saturday evening n the school auditorium. Arrangements for the affair •hich is open to the public are in harge of Bernice Mecham. About 30 members and special guests attended the monthly social meeting of the club Monday eve- ing in the home of Mrs. Cecile Vallace. Contract bridge was played, with ..illie Storing, Vera Hunter and 2. M. Vaughn winning prizes. Patriotic colors were used in able decorations and the George Vashington theme was carried out n tallies and refreshments. Hostesses were Mesdames Flornce Martineau, Mecham, Wallace Edith Latham and Ruth Palmer. Among the special guests were _nne Nash, Faye Hall, E. M /aughn, R. R. Murdoch and Mrs R. Duvall. • * • Galley Music Units To Hold Luncheon CASA GRANDE, Feb. IS^Mem iers of four music clubs will mee at a luncheon to be held in the Casa Grande Woman's Club at 1 o'clock Saturday. These will in elude Ajo, Casa Grande, Coolidge and Florence groups. The guest p icnor will be Mrs. John D. Wil iams, president of the Arizona Fed oration of Music Clubs. Other stat officers in this district are Mrs. H G. Richardson and Mrs. J. R. Trea of Florence, Mrs. B. L. Steward o Coolidge, Mrs. K. K. Henness, Mrs C. R. Nevins and Mrs. Robert Den on of Casa Grande. Each club will contribute a mu iical number and two numbers wii >e given by a massed chorus lee jy Mrs. Steward. The local Parent Teacher Association group o mothersingers will sing in th< chorus. >orted on the proceeds. Social hour hostesses night were Mrs. Edgar Ford and Mrs. Glenn Wilson. * * * Mrs. T. A. Huffman Entertains Class WILLCOX, Feb. 19—Mrs. T. A Huffman entertained members o her Sunday school class of th Christian Church at a Valentin* party in her home recently. Games and refreshments were in keeping with the Valentine theme Guests were Estell Seney, Betty Boyd, Ruth Simmons, Helen ani" Beverly Hailey, Timmy Page, Jor and Juanita Forsythe. Stand Up and Live! Erect Posture With Belt 3 .79 Because Gale supports scientifically, you stay morning- fresh all day! Gale helps relieve abdominal weakness and sacro-iliac sprain, the common cause o f backache. Try one on... at Sears. SEARS ROEBUCK 4ND CO Afjams at Second Phoenix Caravan Group Installs Officers Officers were installed by the adies of the Caravan Monday eve- ing in Odd Fellows Hall. Baskets of yellow flowers and erns decorated the ceremonial oom where Mrs. L. V. Freiday, upreme worthy ruler; t Miss Gene tangas, marshal and 'organizer; :rs. Fred Moore, chaplain, and Irs. Seth Wright, musician, served i installing officers. Mrs. James C. Blaine and Miss etty Conger were soloists. All new officers wore pastel ormals and carried arm bouquets '. sweet peas. Inducted were: Mrs. G. W. Pool, /orthy ruler; Mrs. J. J. McFall, ju- ior worthy ruler; Mrs. E. J. Rees, worthy councillor; Mrs. B. H. Coner, secretary; Mrs. R. Y. Gearhart, reasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Nichols, 'orthy guide; Mrs. E. E. Marshall, unior worthy, guide; Mrs. Clarence laie. chaplain; Mrs. W. H. Hilton, worthy marshal; Mrs. Wright, mu- cian; Mrs. C. W. Wainscott, usher; !rs. Elizabeth Miller, trustee; Mrs. Cenneth Rainey, worthy lecturer; rtiss Maxine Thompson, historian, nd Mrs. Harvey Fraley, guard. Arrangements of citrus fruit cen- ered the banquet tables. Mrs. Pool, drs. George Clearwater and Blanch idams were in charge of the ar- angements. # * * bridge, Rummy Party Given At Coolidge COOLIDGE, Feb. 19—The regu- ar monthly bridge and rummy arty sponsored by the Coolidge Voman's Club will be held at 8 'clock tomorrow evening in the lubhouse. Mrs. N. G. Murray is hairman of arrangements, assisted y Mesdames Ben Arnold, B. L. teward, C. L. Skousen, E. E. tringer and C. A. Christenson. « » * Plan for an earlier and longer eason of bloom by planting in- oors or in flats, ageratum, salvia nd aster seeds. Valentine Fete Given By Superior Women SUPERIOR, Feb. 19—The Su ?erior Woman's Club entertaine Tiembers and friends with a Valen tine party Monday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Minnie Tai Mrs. Francis Cooksley, Miss Brend jilpin, Miss Madeline Spain an Miss Vivian Newport. Games were played and prize were given to the winners. Afte the games, valentine cakes and ic cream were served. EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT MINERAL WATER Write for Free Literature Beneficial Fot Neuritis Constipation Nervousness Stomach Ailments Rheumatism Arthritis There is no other water In thli country like LaVIDA (Chemical analysis furnished on request) Almost Identical with VICHT- CELESTINES. Drink 4 Glasses Every Day , PIMM or Write Southwest Distributing Go 5Z1 Heard Bid*. Phone 3-Sns MRS. HARVEY M. SIMMONS In charge or an elaborate fashion show and dessert bridge party to be held Saturday at the Winslow Golf Club by the Junior Woman's Club of Winslow is Mrs. Hervey M. Simmons, social committee chairman. Washington Teaj ! Set By Auxiliary i FLORENCE. Feb. 19—The an- inual Washington's birthday tea, i given by the auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church of Florence, jwill be held from 3 to 5 o'clock i Friday afternoon in the social hall •of the church. This is the outstanding social event of the auxiliary leach year. | Mrs. W. G. Knight, general chair- iman, has announced Mrs. Leon Wpolsey, of Phoenix, will exhibit jaint'mgs from the Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe. She will speak on "Art for All of Us." A musical program will also be presented. Mrs. Clarence A. Lewis, tea chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. J. Houston Allen. Mesdames Anna Sylvester, Emma Foreman. Nannie Smith and W. J. Windes will preside over the tea table during the afternoon. Decorations will be carried out n patriotic theme. # * * Rebekalis To Choose Grand Lodge Delegates Arizona Rebekah Lodge No. 1 will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in Odd Fellows Hall to elect delegates to the grand lodge. The degree staff will practice. Somerset Maugham's Book Is Reviewed 1 FLORENCE, Feb. 19—The literature department of the Florence Woman's Club met in the home of Mrs. H. C. Hill Monday evening, with Mrs. W. G. Knight, program chairman. Mrs. C. W. Caywood reviewed "Tellers of Tales", by W. Somerset Maugham, and read one story from the book. Mrs. Knight reviewed "Out of Night", by Jan Valtin, and briefly discussed several late books. Five-minute talks were given by Mrs. H. C. Hill and Mrs. Margaret T. Randell, on "My Favorite Book". The next meeting will be held on March 17 in the home of Mrs. Emma Foreman, with Miss Rosemary Parsons, program chairman. Book Review Features Program Of Society PRESCOTT, Feb. 19—Viola Blazzard reviewed the book, "The Tree of Liberty," at a meeting of the Preseott branch of the Relief Society of the Latter Day Saints Church Tuesday afternoon. The program was opened with organ music by Estelle Kapple. A special organ solo was presented during the afternoon session by Elsie Hanson. Page Thirteen Logan-Halloway f Betrothal Told : WILLCOX, Feb. 13—Announce- • ment of the engagement and ap- " proaching marriage of Miss Lola-; Fay Logan and Joe Halloway of'• Tucson was made recently by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. ••• D. T. Logan,. at a beautifully ap- •-. pointed Valentine tea. :. " Presiding at the tea table, cover- '. ed with-a lace cloth and centered f with an arrangement of white narcissus and tall red tapers, was., Miss Jean Lane. Guests learned of the approach- .- ing marriage of the couple when -presented dainty valentines which bore the names of the couple. Guests were Mesdames W. M." Goodman, Dick'Logan, W. A. Logan, V C. Shover, Harold Cocke, Roy Goodman, Homer Medlock, Albert Fox, L. M. Stone, J. T. Weeks, D. F. Mellenbbruch, Joe Hines- and E. M. Vaughn. ' Misses Allair Browning, Virginia '1 Phinizy, Maxine Carter, Marilyn. Rix, Delia West, Frances Smith, Gladys Cox, Viola and Violina Tucker, Talitha Smith, Dottie Joe Smith, Murl Graham. Betty Lou Perkins, Bonna Jean Moyer, Ethel Isaacs, Jerry Ratliff, Lassie Stane, Ethel Vaughn and Hazel Aalgren. i Sears Closed Sat. Feb. 22 , (Washington's Birthday) SEARS Reg. $39.95 Kenmore Vacuum Cleaner ,95 13 DOWN 25) Monthly I?»u«l Carrying Ch»nc. Easy to use! Famous Commander tank-type cleaner with powerful suction. Air- cooled motor. Oiled for life. Complete with 9 attachments. Phone 4-4791 for free home trial. FIRST FLOOIt. BASEMENT I-et Stars Help You With Your SEWING PROBLEMS MISS BROWN. 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