Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 20, 1941 · Page 57
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 57

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, February 20, 1941
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3-1111 air Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20, 1941 - " • -^—^~- * —«^—^—. , Page Thirteen jr Takes Fdes Crippled Children Church, Chapel Bt of MiSS and Edwin Dr. Rollo C. La offldant at the rites by family members o vy blue accessories „ sh6 wore gardenias. 6 w honor, Miss Nell Sal» fjwid Hressed in navy crepe ."•SSrteand wore a lblld fJtaf Richards are honey- ^.foceansidc. Calif., the l ° nin ? 4hi> bridegroom's parents, -uttA. E Richards, former They will return at road, is a native of She graduated from aion High School and jjness college and has ived in the business of- Wntain States Tele" " ind Telegraph Company, fwasformerly active in the Or»«*. ~-j n bow for Girls. ds is a graduate of •-- 1 - School, a former — e-._._ Teach- ulia Fuller Addresses Club W members introduced and ated with corsages at the x Garden Club meeting at ftlock yesterday morning at if home of Mrs. Louis W. Olsen SsdamesF.E. Coles, Charles * Emory Hurley, Herman Stein. jOane, J. G. O'Malley and En'ce Sullivan. tic' flower arrangements tajy the members formed Jtjtive.decorations. Julia Ful- wai sliest speaker, talking on aring hardening in the Valley", i .FuHersaid weeding and loos- ig of «H around plants are the * items in early gardening, and ed nwying in wet years was of ie importance. The spraying pees should be repeated every 10 B through March, the speaker itedout [is.'Fuller said it is time to ay anjiilant rosebushes, as well prepare chrysanthemum beds, stock and root of the latter lid te dug up and discarded, cnew plants are to be pruned k to 10 indies in heighth not r than May. Good drainage, sofl, part shade and sufficient er are requisites for fine raanthemum blooms, the speak- Dncloded. rs. Hurley was the recipient of r of rose leaves from Ohio rose lens prepared by Mrs. Olsen. * * * )rill2IsDateSet : or Chandler Show BANDLER, Feb. 19—The comity flower show will be held at jSan Marcos Hotel Saturday aft- ara, April 12, it was decided at Meeting of the committeewom- ior the show, held Monday fcnoon in the chamber of com- ae office. h. William H. Bond is general tman lor the show and com- eewomen are from the various * and church societies of the munity. re. W. C. Hooks was appointed mnan of the musical and * numbers. A Spanish motif be carried out in the program decorations. A Spanish stringed estra wfll play throughout the moon, and will be attired in r native costume. Vocal num- and dance numbers also will iresented and persons partici- ng will be dressed in Spanish ume. members of the committee pe named as hostesses, and ' too will be attired in Spanish urnes. «. Bond has urged the women «e community to plant zinnias jjakidulas, which will be a«to carry out this motif at wow. ^Blanche K. Murray, seere- 'Mtne chamber of commerce, '.Waited publicity chairman we outlying towns. Invitations "e extended to women's clubs HMen clubs of the valley. ..... . . . _ —Republic Statf Photo •Little tots in the Mancopa Caunty Crippled Children's Hospital were made happier last Friday when Miss Kathryn Jones, daughter of the former governor, R. T. Jones, and Mrs. Jones, pave a party, for them at the hospital on the occasion of her own birthday. Plans To Be Made By Laurel Leaf Club Plans for the coming year will be made and committees announced at a meeting of the Laurel Leaf Club at 1 p. m. tomorrow in the home of Mrs. Frank Huskison, 123 North 12th avenue. A covered-dish luncheon will precede the business session, and an afternoon of bridge and Chinese checkers. Appointments will be in keeping with the George Washington Birthday theme. Mrs. Ralph Titel, chairman of the hostess committee, will be assisted by Mesdames Samuel Young, Arthur Bromley, and Esther Crutchfield. * * * Informal Afternoon Party Held By Club An afternoon of games and informal fun was enjoyed by members of the A. N. I. C. Club early this week at the home of Mrs. T. J. McMahon, 522 West Encanto boulevard. Sweet peas formed the floral centerpiece at the refreshment table where a George Washington motif was used in appointments. Members present were Mesdames Dan Bauman, P. H. Gough, C. A. Mathus, C. R. Crow. Stanley Stevens, Glenn Bagwell and H. A. Branch. The next regular meeting of the group will be held March 5 at the home of Mrs. Bauman, 2204 North 16th avenue. * •* * Somerset Maugham's Book Is Reviewed FLORENCE, Feb. 19—The literature department of the Florence Woman's Club met in the^iome 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. Madison Garden Club To Hear Talk On Birds C. H. Connelly of the state game department will give an illustrated lecture on "Bird Life of Arizona" jat a meeting of the Madison Garden Club at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning In the Valley Garden Center. ears Of Wear In Crocheted Rug Household Arts by Alice Brooks Rug Crocheted in Four Strands of String I PATTERN 6896 Nih? 1 decor ation in any room, this rug crocheted in four strands "««. candlewick or rags looks like a large chrysanthemum. Use i «« . o£ a color %V M white, grey, tan or three colors. Pattern wntains instructions for making rug; illustrations of It and »"£ aterials needed; color schemes. „ ... "Wain this pattern send 15c in coin to Arizona Republic •WE Department. Be sure to write plainly your name and Arizona Republic Household Arts Department Phoenix, Arizona i 15c for Pattern No. 6896. < Print) " SUte Parent-Teacher Associations PEXDERGAST Paul M. Hart, resident agent of he United States Secret Sen-ice, will speak at the meeting of the Pendergast PTA at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the schoolhouse. The "ecture will be illustrated by a 'ilm entitled "Know Your Money". The session will be open to the public. A candlelighting ceremony com- nemorating the founding of the TA will follow, with Mrs. John Pendergast and Mrs. Roy Sutler, Jast presidents, officiating. Maney Tolby and Mrs. Frank Wilky are in charge of program arrangements. KTREXE Mrs. F. A. Bons, past state president of the Kyrene PTA, reviewed Lhe aims and accomplishments of .he 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" apnreciatipn of democracies, Mrs. Bons said. -Irs. Harley Yandell, Maricopa 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. t. Waggoner, who sang duet numbers, 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." BALSZ The Balsz PTA will meet at o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the school auditorium, at which time a program will be presented. Numbers will include vocal selections by Miss Kathryn Thomas of the Arizona State Teachers College a Tempe; music by the Balsz School beginners orchestra: a talk on "The Life of Alice Birney" by Miss Betty Burkhart, and 'The Life of Balsz PTA" bv Mrs. R. G. Langmade. Refreshments will be in charge of the fifth grade room mothers. > » * Fraternal Groups Plan Joint Dance Woodmen Circle Grove No. : and the Woodmen of the World will entertain jointly at 9 o'clock tonight in Woodmen of the World Hall, 829 North First avenue. » » » Rcbekalis 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. Courtesy Given Chandler Matron CHANDLEP., Feb. 19—Mrs. Ishmael Honea was the incentive yesterday afternoon for a nursery shower at the home of Mrs. Guy Whitten, with Mesdames Miles A. Simmons, Boyd Mowery and Whitten as cohostesses. A short program was presented with Miss Frances Brooks as soloist, presenting "That Little Boy of Mine," and Misses Norma Kerby and Iva Whitten in a duet, "Lullaby." Games were played with the grand prize being awarded to Mrs. H. I. Shockley. Guests were Mesdames Howard Black. A. A. Bearden, Ilcne Blackwell. L. R. Whitten, Hosea Whitten, F. F. Honea, Jimmie Frost, H. S. Kerby. Frank Holt, Carl Brooks, W. W. Powell. Louis Bell, Bert Jones, Bascom Tribble, Oilie Wood, Ed Barnes, Ivan White, James Cullumber, Francis Adams, Jane Jones, Jessie Cooper, J. W. Baugh, Jessie Cheek, John West, Charles Wheeler, Carnol Raby, Jim Gossett, A. L. Novak, Erwin Hawkins, Matt Johnson, Sallie Simmons, Dorse Robinson, H. E. Shockley, Charles Tate, Charles Faust. Clement Overley, Edna Thorton, Eddie Siler and Carl Merideth. Misses Dorothy Bearden, Frances Brooks, Verna Lafferty. Eurah Lafferty. Lois Henderson, Norma Kerby, Wilma Kerby, Pauline Rucker and Juanita Brooks. * » • Junior College Group Makes Dance Plans Plans for an annual spring formal will be made at a meeting of Eta Chi Epsilon, Phoenix Junior College home economics sorority, this morning at the college. June Jones, recently elected president, will appoint committees :or the annual affair and also lead a discussion of the club's annual assembly program. Informal initiation for Dorothy Gaither, a pledge, will take place February 28 at Papago Park. A jicnic supper will be served. Miss Euclid Smith is sponsor of the group which was organized for those students who are interested n home economics. The club teaches its members to become graceful hostesses. Calendar The Pueblo Grande mln« and the laboratory, five miles east on Washington street and the Grand Canal, are open to visitors everv day Irom 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Pliocnlx public library, llth avenue and A'ashington .street, open from 9 a. m. until 9 p. m. weekdays. Arizona Museum. 10th avenue and van Buren street, open 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. daily except Monday. Readme room Younc Men's Christian Association building. Second avenue and Monroe street, open from 8 a, m. to ReadTnE rooms Young Women'a Christian Association building. 234 West Monroe •reel, open Jrom S a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Northeast branch of Phoenix public II- rary. 1002 North Second street. 10 a. n. ,o 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Phoenix Art Center. 702 East Adams itreet, open from 9 a. m. to 12. 1 to 5 i. m.. and 7:30 to 10 p. m.. Monday to 'riday; Saturdays and Sundays, 1 to 5 m. Work rooms or Martcopa chapter. Amer- can Red Cross. 1211 North Third avenue, open daily except Saturday and Sunday Iron. 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Heart Museum. 22 East Monte Vista road, open Irom ID a. m. to 4 p. m. dally except Sunday and Monday. Open Sunday Iron 1 to 4 p. m.. and closed all dav Mondav. Desert Botanical Gardens In Papago 'ark. Gardens open to the public at all inws. Administration building open to Jie public only on Sundays. TODAY Oueen Esther Chapter No. 22. Order of he Eastern Star. Masonic Temple. 8 p. m. Phoenix Union High School parent edu- ation class. 121 Administration building. 2 T>. m. Pendergast PTA. school. 7:30 p. m. Roosevelt Neighborhood Woman'i dub, clubhouse. 2:15 p. m. First Methodist Christian Service So- Patrick Park Woman'i Club, clubhouse, I to S p. m. Phoenix Woman'* Club. Gueat Night, clubhouse. Arizona Rebekah Lodge No. 1. Odd Fellows Hall. S p. m. Pvthian Sisters. 11 West Adams, 7:30 'Sew What Club of Loyal Neighbors. 1339 East Morelsnd street. Catholic Woman's dub, clubhouse. 12:30 'White ROM Circle. 4330 North Centra] avenue. 2 to 4 p. m. Woman'i Christian Temperance Union, 2001 North Second street. 2 p. m. Maricona chapter. Daughters nf the American Revolution, 114 west Roosevelt street. 2 to 5 p. m. Weeklv luncheon meeUng. Phoenix chapter. American Association pi Engineers, in the Arizona Club, noon. Weekly Lions Club meet, noon. Hotel Adams. Weekly Saguaro dub evening meet. Weeklv Exchange Club meeting. 12:05 p. m.. Hotel Adams. Weeklv Dons meeting. 7:15 p. m., parlor A. Hotel Westward Ho. Weekly classes at Phoenix Art Center: Portrait drawing. 9 a. m. to 12; creative design. 9 a. m. to 12: painting and still life. S to 10 p. m.: commercial art and sculpture. R to 10 p. m. Weeklv Soroptimust Club luncheon meet- ir . 12:15 p. m.. Holel Adams. Weekly meeting of Lyric Singers of Phoenix Musicians Club, 10 a. m.. chapel ot palms at First Presbyterian Church. * * » Bridge, Rummy Party Given At Coolidge COOLIDGE, Feb. 19—The regular monthly bridge and rummy party sponsored by the Coolidge Woman's Club will be held at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening in the clubhouse. Mrs. N. G. Murray is chairman of arrangements, assisted by Mesdames Ben Arnold, B. L. Steward, C. L. Skousen, E. E. Stringer and C. A. Christenson. Social Chairman Stand Up and Live! Erect Posture With Belt 3 .79 Because Gale supports scien- Itifically, 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. ROEdl Adams at Second Phoenix Caravan Group Installs Officers Officers were installed by the l,adies of the Caravan Monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. Baskets of yellow flowers and ferns decorated the ceremonial room where Mrs. L. V. Freiday, supreme worthy ruler; Miss Gene vangas, marshal and organizer; Urs. Fred Moore, chaplain, and Urs. Seth Wright, musician, served as installing officers. Mrs. James C. Elaine and Miss Betty Conger were soloists. AH new officers wore pastel brmals and carried arm bouquets of sweet peas. Inducted were: Mrs. G. W. Pool, vorthy ruler; Mrs. J. J. McFall, junior worthy ruler; Mrs. E. J. Rees, vorthy councillor; Mrs. B. H. Con- ;er, secretary; Mrs. R. Y. Gearhart, .reasurer; Mrs Lawrence Nichols, worthy guide; Mrs. E. E. Marshall, unior worthy guide; Mrs. Clarence -lale. chaplain; Mrs. W. H. Hilton, vorthy marshal: Mrs. Wright, musician; Mrs. C. W. Wainscott, usher; klrs. Elizabeth Miller, trustee; Mrs. Kenneth Rainey, worthy lecturer; Miss Maxine Thompson, historian, and Mrs. Harvey Fraley, guard. Arrangements of citrus fruit cen- ered the banquet tables. Mrs. Pool, Mrs. George Clearwater and Blanch Adams were in charge of the arrangements. • • » Grounds Committee Plans Bridge Party The grounds committee of the Washington Woman's Club will en- .ertain with a Chinese checkers and bridge party at 7 o'clock Saturday evening in the clubhouse. Proceeds from the party will be used for landscaping. Mrs. Robert Marlette is general chairman of the affair, assisted by Mesdames W. L. Smith, Dan Car- )er, Izola Grimes and A. L. Sobey. The party is open to the public. EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT MINERAL WATER Write for Free Literature Beneficial For Neuritis Constipation Nervousness Stomach Ailments Rheumatism Arthritis There is no other water in this country like LaVIDA (Chemical analysis furnished on request) Almost identical with VICHy- CELESTINES. Drink 4 Glows leery Day Phone or Writ* Southwest Distributing Co. 521 Heard Bide. Fbom q-l«05 MRS. HARVEY M. SIMMONS In charge of an elaborate fashion show and dessert bridge party to be held Saturday at the Winslow Golf Club by the Junior Woman's Club of ^yinslow is Mrs. Hervey M. Simmons, social committee chairman. Cartwright Women To Hold Discussion The Cartwright Community Club .will meet at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the school auditorium. After the business session, Mrs. George Hawkins, international relations chairman, will introduce Mrs. George Olney of the Phoenix Woman's Club who will lead a round-table discussion. Mesdames James Kelly, Doris Vencil and Duncan Hedgepeth will be tea hostesses during the social hour. * *. • Arrangements Made For Club Masquerade Preparations for the Jolly Mixers Club masquerade are being completed and many plans are being made for a successful party. A five-piece orchestra will play for the event, which is scheduled for 8:30 p. m. Saturday. Prizes will be awarded for the best, the most comic and most original costumes. Committees in charge include Mesdames Joe Friedberg, Joseph Patock and Bert Robbins, reception; Mesdames Andy Jacobson and N. A. Mosher, and Charles W. Slade, refreshments; Mesdames Jack Warner, Robert Fedderson and A. A. Wilds, enter- Phoenix Pa it. Weds At Tucson Quiet rites at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in picturesque St. Philips-in-the-Hills Episcopal Church in the Catalina mountain, foothills near Tucson united in mar-- riage Miss Marion Harris of Phoe„„ ..„,. „„.„ „... nix and Luther Treadwell, son of; which was decorated in the valen-lMr. and Mrs. Franklin T. Tread" Junior Club Members Entertain Husbands fashioned games party and potluck supper was given in the clubhouse Monday night by members of the Junior Woman's Club for their husbands and escorts, with Mesdames Robert Brion and Carl Merideth as hostesses. Guests were seated at one table tine motif of red and white, with numerous valentines, cupids, and darts down the length of the table. A white bowl of red ranunculas formed the centerpiece. Mrs. Eddie Siler was in charge of the games. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Robert Moon and Mrs. Brion, Raymond Mouser, and Denvon Rogers. Present were Messrs, and Mesdames Brion, James David, Manuel Hayes, Ishmael Honea, Siler George Foulk, Mouser, Don Parrish, Rogers, Gerry Barton, Robert Moon, Albert Hall, Bernard Weiler, Nick Shepherd, Thomas and Merideth, Mfs. Clemente Overley and Misses Helen McEntire, Cleo Allen and Dorothy Schriewer. tainment; and Joe Friedberg, B. A. Gordon licity. and A. A. Geyler, pub- well, Abanda, Ala. -: Only attendants at the wedding . were the bride's mother, Mrs.- '= Thomas Harris of Phoenix, and = the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Hunting^- ; ton of Tucson, old family friends. "= The Rev. Mr. Huntington perform-. ed the ceremony. Mrs. Treadwell wore a dusty rose redingote ensemble with navy ac- .. cessorie" and a gardenia corsage. ' She is a member of the Phoenix Breakfast Club and of the Sagupro Club. Prior to coming to Phoenix to make her home, she resided in Ray. She has been employed by Dr. C. E. Borah for the past several years. * . Mr. Treadwell was educated in Abanda schools and came to- Phoe^ nix several years ago. He is employed at Fort Huachuca. The cou- •* pie has established a home at 3401 North Seventh street. : - Sears Closed Sat. Feb. 22 , (Washington's Birthday) SEARS Reg. $39.95 Kenmon Vacuum Cleaner .95 29 13 DOWN Balance Monthly Umia! Carry* Inr Charge. 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 FLOOR. BASEMENT Let Srara Help You With Your SEWING PROBLEMS JIISS BROWN. Sear* Sewtnc Exptrt Will Teach Too How tn UNC Your Attachment!). t$45 Vol. Kenmore Electric Sewing Machine 13 TMHTX f* O .SMt Balanm ^ J ^f •***» Monthly ^^^MiB Ing Charge. ^^F^^ 20-year guarantee! Has improved sewing head, non-glare finish. Beautiful walnut finish console cabinet. Trouble free side tension, automatic release. Underwriters Listed. SECOND FLOOR. BASEMENT Adams at Second Phoenix •Sears Closed Saturday, Feb -•**- "T'TnWashington's Birthday \ SALE of • Spring COATS With the New, New Look! • Tweeds, Smart New Weaves for Spring! • Newest Colors and Fabrics to Choose From! • All the Fashion High Lights of- the New Season! • Fitted Styles-Reefer Silhouettes! Just the coat you're 'looking for to make you look and feel like spring ... and at a budget price! And check the styles: shirred yokes, shoulders, patch pockets, tuxedo types! Fitted boxy and reefer silhouettes. Smart new weaves. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44. SECOND F L O O B Now- Through-Spring DRESSES Bright Discoveries at Only 98 America's Favorite "Glenrose 99 HATS 1 OO • Good news for Glenrose fans! New Spring, 1941 hats—snap brims, Bretons, bonnets, Pork Pie Types, rollers—and special sizes for the junior miss! Accented with stitching, feathers, ribbon and self trims. Sizes 21% to 23. SECOND FLOOR SEARS, ROEBUCK AND <O Adams at Second FREE PARKING Phoenix, Ariz. Pretty Spring Types! New prints, Paisleys, enamel dots, black, navy, confectioner's pastels. Even jacket dresses — amazing at this price. Some in new k rayon fabrics. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44. Group Your Purchases Totaling $10 or More and Buy on Sears Easy Payment Plan. SECOND FLOOR

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