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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 9

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, February 21, 1941
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1 P r iw te 3-nir reariveDay eld By Club It Junior Woman's Club celebrated their annual pay Wednesday after- TlJeignbornood House. I J Taylor, program chair- , Mrs. Ed Ruch. e of the club, who the process of making costume accessories of e art of creating cop- iies and book covers was to Mrs. Ralph Spoils. n Ante displayed novel ani afghans she had made. of the other club °n exhibition in the the school group. Slowing guests -s Margaret Mrs. R. F. MaGuire, were Bell in- of , -was held, presided president, Mrs. Autz. nuciS voted to endorse a bill'on the conservation resources, and three , ills pertaining to traffic and vehicle reg fc, ve gulation. m. W J. Sutler, finance chair- t«x>rted on plans for the Washington dance to be omorrow night at Neigh- La Bouse. Arrangements .made lor a fashion show and rttteto be held Wednes- February 26. renort on the well-baby clinic iSen by Mrs. F. H. Anderson. main project of the club is once a monlh for Ihe benefil ffldenrivileged children of pre- 3ii«. Dr. Clyde J. Barker Mrs. Margaret Goodman, *re In attendance. [i John Herrscher, welfare man, announced that several $ of clothing had been disked to seven needy families. rtesses for the luncheon were Smes H. Lockhart, Sam H. 50,1, jr, and Autz. cox Pair Weds Informal Rites JICOX, Feb. 20— Mr. and ilD. T. Logan have announced marriage of their daughter, Fay, to Joe Holloway in burg, February 15, the eere- f having been performed at iaptist parsonage. The couple iaccompanled by Mr. and Mrs. Logan, Miss Lassie Stone, and jBatdift s. Holloway is a graduate of tox High School and is "active King people's work in Willcox st Church. Mr. Holloway, a KT Tucson resident, is now coned with the Martin Truck Lines nmg were Sam J. Head, Yavapai county attorney, who talks on the progress and purposes of the association, and Donald R. Sheldon Prescott city school superintendent who discussed the relationship of fh ~ ~ t —° to. the parent-teacher A candlelighting ceremony, portraying the progress of the PTA since its incenUon, was one of the program features. Special musical lumbers were presented by junior high school pupils, under the direction of Paul E. MacPherson. Parents of school children were special guests. * « Bridge Club Formed By Safford People SAFFORD, Feb. 20—Recenlly organized at Safford is the Duplicate Bridge Club, scheduled to meet on alternate Tuesdays at the homes of members. Match-point scoring under the Howell syslem of progression is employed. Paired at last night's meeting, leld at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Love, were Thomas Maddock, jr., and Mrs. Love; Mesdames A. A. Weiland and Harris; Mr. and Vlrs. Otto Mangum; Mesdames Roy Hoopes and Morton Baker; Mesdames Clyde Naylor and Arthur O'Bryan; Mrs. J. M. Wilson and Mr. ^ove; and Mr and Mrs. Frank Jaker. Next meeting will be held at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Baker Tuesday evening March 4. * * * Delta Kappa Gammas Will Have Luncheon W1NSLOW, Feb. 20—Delta Kapa Gamma, national honorary women teachers society, will entertain with a 12 o'clock luncheon Saturday at Hotel La Posada. This will be the quarterly meeting of Ihe society and members from Flagstaff, Holbrook, St Johns and Williams will attend. After the business session, Miss Jessie Thomas, principal of the Washington-Lincoln Schools, will show movies of a European trip. srenci Club Group ends Bridge Party IRENCI, Feb. 20— Many at- td the bridge party given for tes of the Morenci Club held i clubhouse Monday afternoon. res were made by Mesdames Lanning, Milton Sermon, Mar- Hodgeson, E. E. Sjaver, Rob- iimpbell, and Kenneth Pine. Uesses were Mesdames Leslie John Nelson, and John "March party will be held ay afternoon, March 17. Hosts will be Mesdames Nelson, g, and Campbell. * * * aine Carr Book viewed For Club J CARLOS, Feb. 20— A re- r of Lorraine Carr's book, ler of the Smiths," was given Its. B. A. Ladd when members te book club division of the Carlos Woman's Club met at add home Tuesday evening. i author was a former school- er of Mrs. Ladd's when the ! attended grammar school in Mexico. A short social hour tnjoyed preceding the review, » Mexican supper was served. Jance and card party are be- iplaaned by the club lor Feb- :-Brtice Rites Held New Mexico City KMOX, Feb. 20-Miss Gladys ana Kelly Bruce of this city ejnarned at & quiet ceremony May evening, February 15 in teburr. N M. Mr< ^ Mrs _. —,— accompanied the ?8«> u Ple. »8 onde, a daughter of Mr. and <• C. Cox, was graduated .- Mllcpx High School last Lf'bridegroom is a former sent of Texas. He is employed J*.Tanner Construction Com,' ra , Willcox, where the counle »nake their home. P » • * Club Holds Lyimese Luncheon , F eb . 20 _ A was earned out in table f "» Md prizes at the chow luncheon and bridge party 1 *" American home and enfof the Globe early this week at Dominion Library club- L by Mesdames and F - X - °' Neil won ^5 bridge s » * * E. L. Sisson Hostess Feb. 20-Mrs. E. L. yesterday after- 1 brid e e at her The house was g flowers. - Harold won high score and Mrs. ^second. le ^tes Elected Hodge Assembly 20-The Flore met in * e Tuesday nighl and Foreman and Jo- delegates to the y - Alternates Frank Stewart ^ Earl£ y conducted a Presenting questions Rebekah lodge. . 20-A patriotic get-together of the and Masonic lodges f 7:3 ° °'clock*Wo in Button's Hall. Parent-Teacher Associations MILLER VALLEY cele- u^ . the 44th anniversary of the national organization, was p by Miller Valley Association tonight. Principal speakers Parent-Teacher of the eve- State Leader Gives Talk Mrs. B. L. Murph- of Globe, president of the Arizona Federation of Women's Clubs, stressed the opportunities for Americans and asked for a truer understanding of the Americas in her address "America First", before the Camelback Woman's Club during Guest Day held Wednesday afternoon. Short talks were given by Mrs. S. H. Bowyer, second vice-president; and Mrs. David A. Grout of the Central District Arizona Federation of Women's Clubs. Indian songs were sung by Mrs. S. W. Hargrave, accompanied by Mrs. Havanna May. Mrs. George Tumber talked on the origin of the Smoki dances. Hostesses were Mesdames James Mills, Sam Denham, Fred Howard, E. E. Epstein, and Gilbert Johnson. Red, white, and blue sweet peas formed the centerpiece, which was flanked by white tapers. Star- shaped individual cakes were decorated in patriotic colors. Mrs. R. and Mrs. E. O. Harris were Mesdames Carl Merideth, Manuel Hayes, George Faulk, Joe Kinkade, Eddie Siler, Robert Moon, Gerry Barton, Nadine Wilkins, George Gann, E. E. Hawley, L. F. Coor, G. F. Bittick, Thomas V. Ludlow, Leroy Butler, W. B. Syler, Perrv Chisum, W. P. Lively, J. D. Thomas, W. E. Case, L. H. Thulen, C. O. Johnson. E. A. Peterson, E. B. Witten, and Beulah Quinlam. • • * Casa Grande Order To Picnic At Peak CASA GRANDE, Feb. 20—Palo Verde assembly, Order of the Rain- boy for Girls, met Tuesday night and made plans for an outing to Picacho peak. Members will meet at the Masonic Hall at 12:30 p. m. Sunday, March 2, and will be taken by hayrack to the mountain, which has been chosen because of ihe profusion of wild flowers blossoming there. Mrs. E. F. Ferjus will be in charge of transpor- .ation. The outing will commemorate he first birthday of the organization. Miss Kathryn Branscomb was appointed to make the birthday L. Davis poured. Guests Prominent Pair Honeymoons Visitors were Mrs. Emil Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godbold, Mrs. J. Parker, and Mrs. Fergus. Neat, Easy-To-Make Apron PATTERN 9659 The ideal recipe for an apron is a mixture of simplicity, trim fil, crispness and comfort. Marian Martin has used all these fealures in her newesl kilchen concoction— Pattern 9659—so simple to make with the Sew Chart. The whole front is in easy, smooth panels that are smart on the bias, if your fabric is striped. The straps point in front and are held up by a. simple connecting piece., in back. Have a straight hemline or choose a' shorter, pointed version. As to .trim, fresh ruffling would, Jpok dainty on a flower print; contrasting straps and pockets would be gay with a bolder designed fabric. Pattern 9659 may be ordered only in sizes small (32-34), medium (36-38), large (40-42) and extra large (44-46). Small size, apron A, requires 2H yards 35-inch fabric and 1T4 yards ruffling; apron B, 1% yards 35-inch fabric and H yard contrast Send 15c in coins for this Marian Martin patlern. Be sure to write plainly your size, name and address. Success to ycur spring sewing . .. with the Marian Martin Pattern Book, just out! The only printed collection of the famous designs featured daily in this paper. All the clothes you need are shown in lovely colors, available in simple patterns. Enchanting frocks for home, street, afternoon and evening. Gay sportswear. Vivacious "small-fry" outfils. Fabric and accessory news. Take advantage of this prompt by-mail service today! Book 15c- Pattern 15c. Address order to the Arizona Republic Fashion Department O Enclosed Is 15c for Style No. 9659. Size, rj Enclosed is 15c for Pattern Book. NAME (please print). Street and number. City and state. National Defense Is Altrusa Topic A five-point program promulgated by Altrusa International in answer to the oft-recurring question as to what women can do for national defense was discussed at a dinner meeting of the Phoenix Altrusa Club in Arizona Club Wednesday evening. Decorations were in keeping \vith the theme of ;he meeting, which was in charge of the committee on international policy, under the direction of Mabel Patton, chairman. Featured on the program was a talk on public opinion in Britain and America by Mrs. R. D. Lower, :hairman of the international relations study group of the Phoenix branch, American Association of University Women. Discussion of her talk and of cooperation with the defense program of the United States was led by Effie Keen, chairman of :he committee on nonpartisan public affairs. New members introduced were Beth Rogers and Roberta Kleinsmid. Guests of the club were Florence Sullivan, Washington, D. C.; June Shields, Portland, Ore.; Miss Almeda C. Adams, Cleveland, O.; Katherine Coleman, and Theresa Schoetmueller. * * » Spring Formal Plans Formulated At Meet MORENCI, Feb. 20—Plans for a spring formal to be held in April were made by the Pan Hellenic Club at the social meeting held at the home of Mrs. E. J. Simonich Tuesday evening. Miss Marion Staples presided. Bridge was played. Present from Clifton were Mesdames Bryant W. Jones and Porter Murry. From Morenci were Mesdames Vivian Christensen, Ed Putt, Robert Strat:on, Lewis Horn, Weston Burrett, Robert Crichton, and Charles J. Terrell, and Misses Hallie Leavitt, Inez Petty, and Staples. Scores Miss Inez Petty were hostesses. MB. AND MRS. WAYNE PITTS Returning to Phoenix soon from their honeymoon in Southern Arizona will be Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pitts, widely known vailey pair, who were wed at Mesa Second. Ward Chapel of the Latter Day Saints Church last Friday. The bride is the former Marjorie C..Ferrin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Odes Franklin Ferrin. Federation Officer Is Luncheon Guesl BENSON, Feb. 20—Mrs. C. S Fox, Benson, vice-president of the Arizona Federation of Women's Clubs, was a special guest at a luncheon given by the Tucson Woman's Club Monday afternoon at the Pioneer Hotel. Also special guest at the luncheon was Frances J. Nickels, who was a member of the good- neighbor tour to South America sponsored by the general federation of women's clubs. Other special guests at the party were Mesdames B. L. Murphy Globe, Arizona federation president; Mrs. W. C. Pew, Coolidge, southern district president; Mrs. Guy Converse, Tucson, hostess for Mrs. Nickels, and Miss Margaret Knight, program chairman. * # » Patriotic Numbers Heard On Program FLORENCE, Feb. 20-r-Florence chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, met in the chapter room Wednesday night and heard R. W. Taylor, superintendent of Coolidge Union High School, give a patriotic talk, "The American Way"..- Mrs. Ronald J. Ellis, associate matron, in charge of the program, read a poem, "Old America Speaks". Miss Gail Meade of the Florence Grade School faculty sang a group of numbers, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. H. G. Richardson. Bugg, worthy matron, over the business ses- Ozella presided ___ sion, which was followed by a social hour, with Mrs. R. H. Moorhouse and Mrs. Charles A. Whitlow as hostesses. « * • Prescott Girl Reserves Elect Betty Jean Ogg PRESCOTT, Feb. 20—Miss Betty Jean Ogg was elected president of the Prescott Girl Reserves at a meeting in the First Congregational Church here Tuesday night. Miss Betty Garbarino was elected vice- president, Miss Aileen Aiken, secretary, and Miss Judy Gibson, treasurer. Mrs. Helen Meason is sponsor. THE NEW SPRING STRAWS ARE HERE! You mint we them! Chic ntylen with fUtterint trims—all the never shadel. $ 3,. no nale nary 19 N. CENTRAL HALE HATS MCST SATISFT Or Your Monty Refunded Purer Spry lets you get the FULL tempting taste of these light tender rolls with rich brown sugar glaze on top eWhat'sin 'em? Cherries, coconut, brown sugar—boy, they're yummy, no other word for it! But watch out. Don't lose some of their deliciousness. Remember, ordinary shortenings may "dull" flavor. Play safe and use purer Spry. See how easily Spry mixes, too. Change to Spry for att your baking and frying. Get a can now! Spiy FULL FLAVOR Cherry Rolls 3 tablespoons Spry 3 tablespoons butter H cup brown augar. firmly packed & cup shredded coconut 12 maraschino cherries 2 cups sifted flour 3 teaspoons baking powder if teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons Spry H cup milk (about) fi cup brown sugar, firmly packed K cup shredded coconut. chopped e Combine first three ingredients. Spread muffin pans thickly with mixture. Sprinkle a few shreds of coconut in bottom of each cup and put a cherry in center of each. Sift flour -with baking powder and salt. Cut in Spry until mixture ia as fine as meal. (Yqu'U marvel how easily Spry mixes.) Add milk, mixing until a soft dough is formed. Knead lightly about 20 seconds. Roil dough into a rectangle; }£-inch thick. Brush-witli melted butter and sprinkle with mixture of brown sugar and coconut Roll like jelly roll and cut in 1-inch slices. Place in muffin pans. Bake in hot oven (425° F.) 20 to 25.minutes. Makes 12 deliriously light, tender rolls. Use Spry for all hot breads—for cakes, pastry, frying. :• Books To Form Entry Fee At Library Fete FLORENCE, Feb. 20—The Florence Junior Woman's Club will sponsor a library party, in the clubhouse at 7:45 o'clock Monday evening, for the purpose of adding books to the club's free library, lo opened soon, one or more Admission books, will used, suitable for use in a public library. Bridge will be played, with a committee consisting of Miss Rosemary Parsons, chairman, Mrs. James O. Borree, Mrs. Roland Higgins, Miss Mary Knight, Miss Dorothy Greenlaw, and Miss Ann Maki, in charge. Anyone having books he wishes to donate to the library is requested to contact Mrs. Benjamin H. White, Miss Natalia Michea or Miss Mary White. Donations have already been received and Judge H. G. Richardson has given the club a set of shelves. The library party is being held in lieu of the regular social meeting of the Florence juniors. * * * Mrs. George McLouth Is Hostess At Dinner BUCKEYE, Feb. 20—Mrs. George McLouth entertained with a dinner party last night honoring her husband and Mrs. Rufus Kendrick on their birthday anniversaries which occur this week. A patriotic color scheme of red, white, and blue was used in decorations, including nut cups and favors. The centerpiece for the dinner table was a large white cake with red and blue decorations. Those attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Rufus Kendrick, Clint Miller, and Leonard Parker, and Mrs. Jack Rainey. After the dinner card games were] played. were made by Miss Leavitt Mrs. Murry. Mrs. Simonich and and Arizona Republic Society and Club News Department 203 Heard Bldg. Phoenix, Arizona Phone 3-1111 Editor Pauline Cooper Bates Assistant Abby Phillips Carlson Alpha Sigma Gamma Discusses Ru s h i n g Alpha Sigma Gamma, Phoenix, Junior College sorority, discussed plans for a second semester, rush party at a meeting yesterday at the college. Catherine Eastburn will be hostess to members and rushees at her home with a rush dinner March 1. Chairman of plans will be Marjorie Ann Wyman, assisted by Edith Shaw, Lore Holmes, Teresa Flynn and Miss Eastburn. * * * Virginia Houghton Will Give Recital MIAMI, Feb. 20—Virginia Houghton, piano pupil of Mrs. Burton Corbett and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houghton, will be )resented in a recital at 2:30 o'clock 5alurday afternoon at the Almaden Club house. Also appearing on the program will be Tony Pajon, playing violin selections; and Donald Lansing, trumpet selections. They are pupils of Miss Helen Coffey, music instructor at the George Washing- Ion School in Lower Miami. * * * Wednesday Bridge Club Has Social Afternoon COOLIDGE, Feb. 20—Mrs. Rodney B. Elsberry was hostess yesterday afternoon to members and guests of the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home in West Coolidge. High scores were made by Mrs. Elsberry, Mrs. Roger Green- bur^ and Mrs. Harvey Smith. Refreshments of cake and tea were served by the hostess. Mrs. Karl M. Fisher will entertain the group next Wednesday. Smart Vogue In Towel Stitchery Pattern Offers Variety in Design and Stitchery PATTERN 6834 "His and Hers" and "Mr. and Mrs." monograms never were smarter or quicker to stitch! Put these on your linens to give them individuality and watch your friends take notice! Pattern 6834 contains a transfer pattern of 12 motifs ranging from 6VI by 7Vt inches lo 2% by 4 inches; illustrations of stitches; materials needed; 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. 6834. NAME (Please Print). Street and Number. Page Nine Parties Honor Valley Girl MESA, Feb. 20—Miss Nelda Alldredge, who will become the bride of James E. Crockett Saturday, was the incentive for three parties given this week. The first was given by a group of girls who were hostesses. Mar- • garet Lesueur, Anne Petrie, Florine Meenan, Barbara Gardner and Francelle Heywood. The party. • given at the Lesueur home on East Second avenue, was carried out in the Mexican style with a buffet supper served during the evening. Gifts, of a personal nature were presented" the bride-elect. . •"* Guests were Misses Molliemae Taylor, Dorma Brewer, Shirley Hill, . Gladys Woods, Clyde Kennedy, Pat Shumate, Faye Kirkpatrick, Fern Shill, Ethel Johnson, Carol Henshaw, Patricia Watkins, Marjorie , Pitchford, Adelaide Giacoma, Mary Jane Lee, Marjorie Burgess, Annette Papen, Leona Jepsen and Blanche Ferrin. Wednesday evening, Mrs. Faye Donaldson entertained at her home,. 209 West First avenue, with a miscellaneous party. Guests were Mes- • dames J. G. Thompson. O. N. Vance, Morris Coleman, Leo Alldredge, Herman Crismon, Marion Donajd- son and Roy Bond, and Misses Min- : nie and Nel Farr, Barbara Gardner,.' and Leona Jepsen. * Last night Mrs. Alldredge and r . Mrs. Crismon w ere hosts entertaining at the Crismon home. South. Macdonald street. Coeds To Leave I For Snow Carnival^ TEMPE, Feb. 20—Seventeen co-.'. eds from the Arizona State Teach-" ers college here will go to Flag-- slaff Friday to attend the Snow- carnival, lasting through Sunday. :. The trip was scheduled as a Joint recreational and educational jour-, ney for women majors in physical- education. £ Students making the trip are" Jean Evans, Nancy Frew. Dorothy Gore, Martha Lucas, Velma Sway-, ze, Ruth Clevcnger, Merle Packer,; Mary Lue Reay, Margaret Foote,Edna Gleim, Ina Barkley, Anna-" bel Allen, Jewel Keswick, Theo." Neeley, Fanchon Pickrell, Gather-; ine Martin and Josie Sancet. Faculty members going are Miss. Dorothy Gillanders, Miss Janets- Wood, Miss Lola Ellsworth and Dr.: Arnold Tilden. . : » » • Mrs. A. P. Whitehead- Honored At Shower COOLIDGE, Feb. 2O 7 -A surprise nursery shower honoring Mrs. A. P. Whitehead, was given yestei> day at the home of Mrs. Harry ' Culbert, with Mesdames Louis Hall, Jay Hinton, John Frances and^W. •• D. Johnson, assisting as . cohost- esses. Bridge featured the afternoon entertainment with Mrs.. Leon Smith scoring high. ' Spring flowers were used for decorations. The shower gifts were presented in a baby buggy. Guests, were Mesdames Whitehead, Smith, Phillip Neese, Clifford Clements, Don Paul, Fred Jamieson, W. R. Elliott, B. L. Steward, Avis Hobby, Fred Slater, Phil Claridge, R.. .M. Springfield, Howard Holland, Virgil Chandler, M. M. Cooper, Wesley D. Kirby, George Dempster, Earl Hicks, Mary Layn and Robert • Palmer. MAP1IINE MA1INES IO/1 1 3 cupi MQar. T cup watw, 1 taaipoan vinagar until It fanm •oft ballincoldwattr. ADD' Hl.aipaonMapI.ln.,3 op. paean ffl«atK. I tabtapaan bun*r. COOK'IMK syrup tptn Kmaif. toot 1 mrnut«.Dre'p spoonfuls on feuttmd plot*. City and State. • rosfi front ifw Notlfo, cnsp, brifnininQ with nuh, Imckxii with Maplein* flavor. You will enjoy MapUin* Pralines. Mak« thorn now, Maplefoo aha adds dolicious flavor to syivp, . douorti, icings, main diihoi. At your grococ't. ,. MAPLEINE IMITATION MAPLE FLAVOR A REAL AMERICAN DINNER FOR A REAL AMERICAN HOLIDAY HEINZ'SOUPS Washington's Birthday Menu Heinz Tomato Jute* Heinz Frtsh Cucumber Piclcl* Celery Radishes Meat Loaf with Vegetable Topping* Baked Sweet Potatoes Old-Fashioned Cole Slaw Corn Bread Heinz Fig Pudding with Cherry Sauce or Deep-Dish Cherry Pie served a la mod* —the ice cream in shape of hatchets Tea * ' " RECIPE *Meat Loaf With Vegetable Topping. Place l'/4 Ibs. meat loaf mixture in shallow baking pan (a little larger than loaf). Sprinkle lightly with flour. Pour con- .tents of 1 small (10-oz.) tin Heins Vegetable Soup over loaf. Bake in moderate oven (375°F.) X hour. ***.'.' A 10NG the 23 rich, old-fashioned Heinz Home-style Soups, you'll find the perfect one for every occasion —Genuine Turtle, mellow Cream of Mushroom, Chicken Noodle and many another favorite. Brewed the home way—in small hatches—to coax forth all the delectable flavors, these soups are ready to serve. Keep a generous supply handy -~ for good eating!

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