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$T.-ypAY RF.r T 1$Tr-R M.y in. Club Calendar A.A.U.W. A.A.U.w..study .troups" meetins thil. 30 p m Wedn«SdAv, Mrt. .£T*tfi* Brown, <501 Sixty-fourth st.'Program: Potiuck. Contemporary Lll«r«tur» 11, 7:30 , fr.m. Wednesday, Mr*. Tom MeM, 4808 «N.E. Fnrfy-slxfir st. Proaram: "The Chosen" by Potok, discussion, leader Mrs. Chris Knulson. Literature Seminar, 9:15 a.m. Thursday/, Mrs. Ray Fountain, *58 Fifty- iiith st. PrOSrarn: "John Cheev*V" -and discussion leader Is Mrs. J. t\ Dram* and Play Reading, l?:30 p.m. Friday, Mrs. C. E. Lamoureun,. S12J Forty-ninth st. Program: "Riders tc ths Sea" hy J. M. Svnse, given by Adelaide Lloyd. : - Beta .Sigma Phi Beta Sigma Phi, Preceptor Delia, 8 B m. Monday, Mrs. Paul' Lay, 1035 rhirlv-second si., West Des Moines. . Beta Slsma Phi, Delta Chapter, 7:30 p.m. Tuesdcfc'. Melva Hardlna, 14J4 rrnn ave. Church . Unih/ Cinclt of First Unilarian Lhurch, 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Mrs. Richard J. Fisrher and Mrs. Stanley ? Dudley, Mary Sallord room of th« _ church. _^_^_ 5T!Paul Lutheran women's Guild, May Breakfast, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, at the church. Grant. Park Christian Church aroups meetins at 1 o.rr. Wednesday are: 1, Mrs. Anna Patrick and Mrs. Betty frerterickson, at church; 5, Mrs. Tillie Hanklns, 5639 E. Walnut St.; 3, Mrs. Lina Wilson. 2513 Lyon ave.; i, .Mrs. Maragrel Balrd and Mrs. Anna Mardie, 1935 Grandview avp. Park Ave. C.W.F., Group 5, 9:30 ».m. Thursday, Elaine Boling, HOI S.W. Porter ave. Fraternal Acanthus Past Matrons Club. O.E.S., ^ n.m. Monday, Elizabeth Carper, 3711 Carpenter ave. - OeNova Chapter O.E.S. Past Ma- trnns, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Helen Webb, J745 Merle Hav Road. union Park Sewing Circle O.E.S., 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Union Park Masonic Temple, 2915 E. Ninth st. Daughters of Union Veterans Teftt 4, 7:30 p.m. Monday, I.O.O.F. Hall, 415 Acanthus Chapter No. 530, O.E.S., 8 p.m. Tuesday, Acanthus Masonic Temple. Hawkey* 351 O.E.S., t p.m. Friday, Home Lodge, 401 E. Locust st. Woodman Grove 4062, 4:30 p.m.. Thursday, Domino's. Adelphlc chapter No. 417 O.E.S., I p.m. Westnate Masonic Temple. Women of the Moose, Chapter No. 10, B p.m. Wednesday, Moose Lodge, '' Netaker Temple, Daughters of the Nile, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Clara Hlldreth, Ankeny. Job's Daughters' Bethel No. 4, 4:45 P.m. Monday, Westgate, Lodae, 1141 Sixty-ninth st. Abigail Adams Chapter D.A.R., luncheon, 12:30 p.m. Monday, Emil'i from Minneapolis Christian Women s crub, will be speaker. . Nation*) Secretaries Association (in- lernational), S:15 P.m. social hour; 6:_lS p.m. dinner Wednesday, Hotel Polk County Crime Alert Committee, 7:30 P.m. Thursday, Kofu Room, Des Moincs-CitV-Hall , . .. Des Moinej-Jaycee-ettes, «:3o p.m.- Wednesdav, Babe's R.estayranl. oes Moines Unit of L.P.N.A.I., 7 p.m. Wednesday, Y.W.C.A. Mrs. Gloria Rhone, R.N., from Planned Parenthood, win speak. National Association of Retired Civil Employees, 1:30 p.m. Friday, 'Auxiliary to the Polk County Society 1 of Osteopalhlc Physicians and Surgeons, 6:30 o.m. Wednesday, Shelter House at Walnut Woods Park. Ida B Wise Smith Union, Women's Christian Temperance Union, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mrs. Abby PortinOa, 3328 Third st. Duo DCs Maine* Toastmislress Club, 6 o.m. Wednesday, Uotown Terrace Restaurant. Ladies of the Blue Goose, 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Younkers Tea Room. National credit Women of Des Moines, 6 p.m. Monday, Leon Smith Room, Y.M.C.A. La Lech* Leaoue, ( p.m. Thursday, Mrs. James Murphy, 26U Terrac* road. noon .. West Side Restuarant. O.E.S. Adelphlc Day circle, Friday, West Gate Lodge Hall. Eagles Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, A»7 BloomfleW road. Colonial Dames of America, Chapler .,XVI, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Mrs. H. B. Wallace, 1915 Ashworth road, West Des Moines. Ml. Olivet White Shrine Social Circle, noon Tuesday, Home Lodge Dining Room. B.P.O. Does, B P.m. Tuesday, Elks Lodqe, 646 Twenty-fourth si. / Pylhlan Sisters, 8 p.ms Thursday, Castle Hall. / tall Corn Auxiliary I .A.M., 12:30 n.m. Wednesday, Machinist Hall, 2000 Walker ave. ' Alpha Rebekah Lodge, I a.m. Thurs- .av.29<M Kinsman blvd. Columbian Rebekah Lodae No. 181, 8 P.E.O. Chapter HP, P.E.O., 8 p.m. Wednesday, Mrs. Richard L. Hankinson, 1420 Germania drive. Chapter IJ, P.E.o., 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Mrs. Merrill S. Bird, 1218 Forty-fourth st. Chapter JK, P.E.O., 8 p.m. Monday, Mrs. B. G. Kunzman. 6023 S.E. Twenty-sixth place. Chapter HT, P.E.O., 12:45 p.m. Thursday, Mrs. G. W. Onthank, 3911 Muskogee ave. Chapter LL, P.E.O., 12:45 P.m. Friday, Mrs. 0. Knox Kling. 1811 Sev- enty.sixth st. Chapter KT, P.E.O.. 8 p.m. Wednesday, Mrs. Joe Thornton, 3207 Vilura Dflrkwav. Chapter JM, P.E.O., I p.m. Tuesday, Mrs. J. H. Borg, 3111 Easton blvd. Chapter JY, P.E.O., 7:45. o.m. Monday, Mrs. F. C. Tandy, 4618 Ovid ave. Chapteh OH, P.E.O., 6:15 o.m. Monday, P.E.O. Centennial Center, 3700 Grand ave. Chapter JZ, P.E.O., 1 p.m. Thursday, Mrs. Florence Jones, 6012 Ron- wood drive. ' ' Chapter LJ, P.-E.O., t p.m. Monday, Mrs. Ralph I. Lynn, 3408 Woodland avo.. West Des Moines. Chapter HE, P.E.O., » p.m. Thursday, Mrs. I. A. Groth, 4131 Ross ChVpter V HP, P.E.O., 8 p.m. Wednesday, Mrs. Richard Hankinson, U20 Germania drive. Chapter HF, PiE.O. 12r30 p.m. Mori-' day, Mrs. D. E. Sorenson, 7709 Marl- V Chipter'HK, P.E.O., i P.m. Thursday, Mrs. John H. Robb, 3445 S.W. Thirty-first st. y' Music Clubs Des Moines Alumna* Chapler of Mu Phi EDS!Ion, .6:30 o.m. Friday, Mrs. i Hip DO dav. 2904 Kinsman blvd. umbian Rebekah Lodae No. 181, 8 Tuesday, Capital-Columbian , 2340 E. Ninth st. /• Garden Clubs ----------- .Xsaylorvill* Garden Club, 12:30 o.m. Monday, Mrs. Alva Carlson, 7384 N.W. Sixteenth ave. King's Daughters Roirmary Circle, Kirra'i Daughters, 12:30 P.m. Monday, Mrs. E. W. Sweeney. 2920 Douglas ave. Mary Helen Circle, King's Daughters, 1 p.m. Friday, Mrs. K. S.'Anke- nev, B862 Franklin ave. Polk County Union of King's Dauah- 1 tar*, annual spring meeting, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Cottaot Grove Avenue Presbyterian Church. League of Women Voters Neighborhood units of the Lerfgue ol Women Voters of Des Moines will meet this week, to discuss the "future of county and regional government." They will meet as follows: Unit I, 1 p.m. Monday, Mrs. R. T. Darby, 4000 Amlck ave. Unit II, 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Mrs. D. T. Evans, 2805 Gilmore ave. Unit III, 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Mrs. C. P. Kramer, 1500 Forty-third st. . Unit IV, 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Mn. Meredith Saunders, 2901 Gilmore ave. Uhit V, a p.m. Monday, Mrs. Jamet Mumford, 1534 Germania drive. Unit VI, 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Mrs. Phillip Beach, 4865 Oakwood drive. Unit IX, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Mrs. T. G. Mellecker, 300 Fifty-first st. Unit X, 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Mrs. Harvls Cogneshall, 3115 S.W. Thirtieth Unit XV, 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Mrs. Arthur Lee, 3011 High st. Miscellaneous low* Methodist Nurses Alumni Association, 8 p.m. Wednesday. Dining Rnom R&C, I own Methodist Hospital. Colfax Inlerfailh Spiritual Center Women's Guild, Inlerfailh retreat and seminar, Saturday and Sunday, Colfax Inlerfaith Spiritual-- Center. , Za-Ga-Zi9 Shrine Ladies Hospital Unit, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Shrine Temple, -Elbon Dining Room, 1006 Grand ave. ' Des Moines Christian Women's Club, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Eddie Webster's Restaurant. Mrs. Jan Holm, adviser Phillip Duff, Van Meter. Junior Counselors Club, potluck luncheon, noon Tuesday, Mrs. Lillian Anders, 3831 University ave., Instead .of al home of Mrs, Irma Iverion In x Colo. CLUB CALENDAR Please Turn to Page 12 Civic Ballet Membership Drive Set M r s . "Emmajean Blank, 2516 Boston ave., is chairman of the current membership drive being conducted by the Des Moines Civic let As.soci- ation. The Des Moines . asso- elation is headed by p r e s i dent MRS. EMMAJEAN Mrs Donald BLANK - j Hewitt. Its purpose is to maintain a ballet corps, provide concerts and lecture demonstrations for interested groups, such as schools, clubs and other organizations; to present dance programs and to' provide for and make available to the company, guidance direction, workshops, master, classes and further education in the field of dance, according to Mrs. Blank. YOUNKERS Now ... bring in your precious old flittures to be copied,.. SALE! THIS WEEK ONLY! 3 Fine 5x7 reproduction uf your picture iy yvttd tuiuktlun. A dear one's picture can never he- replaced once lost or faded. Let us copy it now. It your picture is in poor condition, the additional charges for restoration are sale- priced, too! Your original photograph will be returned to you unharmed. 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