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SOCIETY Mrs . Archie Thompson Hostess To P.-T. Assn. Room Mothers There was an interesting and enjoyable meeting of the room mothers of the Harris School Parent-Teacher Association held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Archie Thompson on Eaton street. Cocoa, sandwiches and other re freshments were served during the, course of the session. Miss Ann Gabriel, Florida State! Health Nurse, gave a talk in the interest of the room mothers and all other P.-T. activities, and of fered to cooperate in every way toward the welfare of the organ ization. Miss Gabriel introduced Mrs. j Allan B. Cleare, Jr., at the meet-; ing, who was appointed as city-; wide nurse for a period ending! May 1. Part of the duties of the nurse will be that of assisting phy Division Street School Pupils Will Give Play Tomorrow Night The 1A grades of the Division Street School will present the play, “Peter Pan’s Birthday Party” tomorrow evening, begin ning at 7 o'clock in the school auditorium. 3A will also present a panto mime of the “Bonbon Mountain.” Cast of Characters Peter Pan—Charles Joseph Sanchez. Fairy—Shirley Curry. Pan's Adopted Mother —Persis Larsen. Captain Hook—Robert Albury. Pirates—Jose Alvares, Jack Matcovich, Manuel Perez, A1 Al bertus, Gilbert Hall, Claudius Spencer, Harry Lones, Garland Cates, Gilbert Richardson, Mario Viero, Ralph Aries, J. C. Martin. Andre Garcia, Miguel Perez, Lee Griffin, Kermit Roberts, Arman do Avael. Mother Goose—Jennie John son. Bo Peep—Virginia Yancey. Boy Blue—Robert Pent. Old King Cole —Alfred Lowe. Jack Be Nimble—Kenneth Solomon. Hilger Sisters Recent Guests Of Einsteins The Hilger Sisters, who recently gave a concert in Key West, un der the auspices of the Convent of Mary Immaculate, on their tour of this country, r.re continuing their artistic successes in the larger cit ies. Two weeks ago, says the Courrier des Etats-Unis, they were the guests of Professor and Mrs. Einstein at their residence in Princeton. N. J., and entertained them w’ith musical selections in which they were joined by the dis tinguished physicist who is himself a violinist of premier rank. The Hilger Trio are scheduled to give a concert in New York at the Crechoslovakian Musical Club in memory of the celebrated pro fessor of music, Otakar Sevcik, who recently died in Plague, in his eightieth year, and whose pu pils the Hilger Sisters were. //111 t spring! iZJII £ | street frock has a standing ; I collar and Alencon lacs ■4 |L I insertion ■for ■trimming. I L / Tr.e hat is of transparent straw. I jj JjUUML HXtKUIUFIr sicians in examination of pupils of the schools. Mrs. Menendez Key was en tered on the roll as anew room mother, who will have supervision of the class conducted by Mrs. Isabelle Ball. The next meeting of the room mothers will be held on Monday, April 9, at the home of Mrs. L. E. Watson, according to announce ment made at the meeting yester day. Those present were: Mesdames J. R. Fleitas, Robert Roberts, Nellie Dorgan, Louis Pierce, L. E. Watson, Enrique Henriquez, Milton Sawyer, Charles Miller, Menendez Key, Charles Percy Curry, James Singleton, M. E. Berkowitz, R. T. Hiner, Archie Thompson, Gerald Adams and Sebastian Cabrera, Jr. Miss Muffet—Mary Thompson. Mary Quite Contrary—Gloria Acevedo. April Showers—Emma Neal Ayala. Queen of the Woods—Ethel Mae Roberts. King of the Woods—Harold Ray Haskins. Butterflies—Rose Marie Sands, Rose Marshall. Pansies—Gloria Knowles, Edna Mae Eatheriy, Rosy Atwell, Lydia Avael. Daisies—Shirley Rose Smith, Fortune Demeritt, Marta Gomez. Daffodils—Minnie Thompson, Ivy Thompson, Rita Karl, Lillian Harvey. Violets—Ruth Beccaise, Shirley Roberts, Arjelia Santa Cruz, Oscarino Santa Cruz. Blue *Bird—Dencil Russell. Sandman—Jack Carey. Children —Della Mae Curry. Rosalind Albury, Yvonne Stew art, Betty Adams, Nina Robidere, Sylvia Sawyer, Louise Nunez, Barbara Holsonback, Bobby Saw yer, Everett Sweeting, Peter Fer nandez, J. B. Sawyer. Miss Marie Johnson Weds J. Turner Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson announce the marriage of their daughter, Marie Johnson to John Turner, the wedding being cele brated last evening. The ceremony was performed by Notary Public J. G. Piodela, at his home 420 Fleming street, with only members of the immediate family present. Mrs. Everett Hall was matron of honor and Ev erett Hall was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Turner will be at home to their friends in the resi dence at 711 Francis street. TIRED OF USELESS LIFE SHEFFIELD, Eng.—“ Tired of living a useless life,” James Mar tin, of this city, committed suicide by hanging himself. Subscribe to The Citizen. OBSERVANCE OF VOCATION WEEK BY CATHOUCS SUNDAY EVENING FATHER DOUGHERTY WAS HEARD ON SUBJECT; OTHERS ARE ALSO HEARD (Communicated) Realizing the importance of a careful "choice of a State in Life by the youth of today, the general director of the Sodalities, Rev erend Daniel Lord, S. J., of St. Louis, Mo., has assigned this week, March 12 to 19, as Voca tion Week. Not only throughout the state of Florida, but in every Catholic parish in the country where Sodalities of the Blessed Virgin are established. Speeches will be given and time for prayer ful consideration will be devoted to this all important subject. Sunday evening Reverend Father Dougherty, S. J., gave the opening talk on “Vocation in Gen eral” to the two Sodalities as sembled in the convent auditor ium. At 11 o’clock Monday moaning, Lancelot Lester address ed the same group. His subject was “Law,” as a profession for either boys or girls. This morn ing Father Dougherty presented the subject of “Vocation to the Apostolic Life,” the Priesthood and the Brotherhood, to the boys at Saint Joseph’s High School. At the same hour the High School girls at the convent heard an in teresting talk on the “Advantages of a Nursing Career,” profession al and personal, by Mrs. Panglc of the Marine Hospital. This lec turer has spoken on “Public- Health in the Public Schools” in various parts of the country. Wed nesday, Doctor William R. War ren will speak on the “Medical Profession” to the two Sodalities assembled in the Convent audi torium. Thursday Sister Superior will tell the girls about the “Re ligious Life.,” and the boys at Saint Joseph’s will be addressed by Henry Haskins on the “Engi neering Career.” In the after noon, a paper, written by Miss Marie Cappick, will be read. The subject is “The Business Woman.” On Friday, Father Dougherty, who holds several degrees, and who was principal of Spring Hill College High School and who holds certificates entitling him to teach in standarized universities and colleges in several states, such subjects as philosophy, psycho logy. literature-education, Latin sLnd G reek, will speak on the | “Teacher’s Calling.” On Sunday etening at 6:45, Father Dough eft y will talk on “Marriage,” the calling of a good wife and a good husband. The week will close on Mon day, the “Feast of the Patronal Saint of the Boys’ School.” when both Sodalities will attend Holy Mass, and pray to God, who has given a purpose to all creation, to enlighten them about the part they are to play in life here, that] will help them to procure the great purpose of life hereafter— the greatest vocation of all life— the one only thing necessary—to save their immortal souls. GIVES HORSE "NIP” NEW YORK.—Joseph Lichocky of this city was fined $lO for giv ing his horse a “nip or two to brace him up.” The Colorado National Forest Service provides shelter huts for travelers in the Rockies. A New Era of Prosperity Is Ahead of You TAKE A VACATION NOW COME TO MIAMI “THE MILLIONAIRES’ PLAYGROUND” With Prices That Fit Everybody's Pocketbook HOTEL RATES LOWEST EVER QUOTED PRICES FOR MEALS IN KEEPING WITH THE TIMES New Low Price* on AH Recreational Activities Inquire *t Our Tourist Information Bureau About Interesting Side Trips, Sight-Seeing, Etc., and See Our Recreational Host About Fishing. Golf and Other Sport*. HOTEL LEAMINGTON “Miami’* Most Popular Hotel N. E. FIRST STREET AND THIRD AVENUE NEAR BAY FRONT PARK PERSONAL MENTION • ••••••••••••••••••Me** Mrs. Ivan Park was an arrival on the morning train, yesterday from Miami. Mrs. Claude Johnson left on the afternon train yesterday for Miami for a visit with relatives. Vicente Ramos was an outgoing passenger over the East Coast yesterday for Miami where he will remain during the next few months. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Carscadin, of Chicago, who were in Key West yesterday for a short stay in con nection with property on the keys,; returned in the afternoon to Mate-i cumbe. Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., head ofi the firm of Cabrera Grocery, Inc.,j who was on a business visit in Mi-j ami for several days, returned onj the Havana Special yesterday. P. L. Wilson, head of the South Florida Contracting and Engi neering company, came in on the Havana Special yesterday for a business consultation with E. A. Strunk, Jr., manager of the com pany. r „ , . f . Mrs. W. W. Thompson, who was in Key West to attend the gradua tion of her daughter, Miss Eliza beth Thompson from the Music Departmeht of the Convent of Mary Immaculate last week, re turned to her home in Miami yes terday afternoon. FRESH FRUITS AT EINHORN’S STORE ■ m A special consignment of fresh fruits and vegetables from Miami will arrive tonight for A. Ein horn’s Grocery, 921 Duval street. The vegetables will go on sale tomorrow morning at bargain prices as advertised on the front page of today’s paper. A number of other specials in staple groceries are advertised for tomorrow’s selling. However, these are only a few of the many specials offered at this grocery. Einhorn’s store is one of Key West’s most up-to-date groceries. It carries a large stock of staple and fancy groceries and fresh fruit and vegetables at all times. CARD OF THANKS I sincerely wish to thank each and everyone who so kindly sent me the lovely gifts, flowers and letters of congratulations on my graduation in music. Would appreciate it if the kind persons who do not receive a per sonal card of thanks from me within a week, would inform me as two of the gifts sent me, a trav eler’s leather w-riting set and sew ing basket with accessories. The donors’ names were either lost or misplaced and I wish to include them in the list which I am send ing to my daddy. ANNA JOSEPHINE JAMES. marl3-ltf Four is regarded as an un lucky number by the Japanese? Their word for it is similar to their word for “death.” 1 ” 1 Key West** First Funeral Host Key Weit’i First AmbuUnca Service PRITCHARD Phone 548 Never Sleeps THE KEY WEST CITIZEN MISS M. STICKNEY DIES THISMORNING FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE 1 CONDUCTED TOMORROW AFTERNOON Miss Mary L. Stickney, 78 years old, died 10:30 o’clock this morning at the residence of her niece, Mrs. Alice Scheurer, 1231; Georgia street. Funeral services will be held to morrow afternon 4:30 o’clock, ; from the First Methodist church, I of which she was a lifelong mem | ber. The body will be placed in j the church at 2 o’clock. Rev. | George Summers will officiate. Miss Stickney is survived by ; her brother, City Jailer Joseph I Stickney, and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are in charge of Pritchard’s Funeral Home. FRUIT SHIPMENTS iATLEEBAKER'S I . plaiting tomorrow night-, track of fresh fruits and vege tables from Miami will arrive eWf week at Lee Baker’s Cash 822 Fleming street. This truck will bring a large variety to be sold at bargain prices. PASTOR AMONG UNIT YAKIMA, Wash.—Among the 102 graduates of the high school in this city to receive diplomas is the Rev. John H. Soltman, pas tor of the First Evangelical church. One sea elephant in the Phila delphia zoo eats 20 tons of fish a year. OLD PAPERS For Sale •••••••••••••••••••••••a 1 Bundle for 25 in bundle % THE KEY WEST CITIZEN General Electric Should BOILD THE BEST Electric Refrigerators IT i* to be expected that General Electric would build the refrigerator that it universally recognized as the standard of excellence. This great corporation is the world's largest electrical manufacturing company. They have devoted millions of dollars and unequalled facilities to electrical re search through hail a century. From the famous G-E House of Magic have come the major contributions to the present electrical age. All General Electric's vast resources were available to the scientists and engineers who hrsi developed and perfected the Monitor Top mechanism, the all ■ steel cabinet and other features that revolutionized household refrigeration. Today, with an unparalleled record for dependable, atteonon-free performance at low cost, the General Electnc refrigerator offers greater value than ever Be tore you sec and compare General Electric values before you buy any refrigerator. There is a complete line of General Electric Monitor Top and Flat-top models— a sue aod pace for every home. See them here. G~E PRICES $t QQ Term * “ e **y “ SIO.OO AS LOW AS 1 down and $6.19 a month THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY A. F. AYALA. Sain Manager Today’s Anniversaries 1733—Joseph Priestley, famous English clergyman and scientist, discoverer of oxygen and other; gases, whose liberal views, meet-J ing with opposition, caused him toj settle in America, born. Died at Northumberland, Pa., Feb. 6.! 1804. ~.1782 —Jacob Cist, postmaster ofj Wilkes Barre. Pa., who, in his; leisure moments, was a scientist.; | inventor, and anthracite coal pioneer, born in Philadelphia. Died Dec. 30. 1825. 1815 —James Curtis Hepburn, noted American medical mission ary to the Orient, born at Milton, Pa. Died at Orange, N. J.. Sept. 21, 1911. 1832 —John T. Gulick, noted American missionary to China and Japan, a well-known writer on evolution, born in Hawaii. Died there, April 14, 1923. • ....... „ 1834 —(100 years ago) Charles Hallock. newspaper editor, found er of “Forest and Stream,” found- j er of the Inter. Asso. for the Pro tection. of Game, scientist and wrjtev, born in New York. Died itr Washington. D. C., Dec. 2, J 917. —Joseph Kline Emmet, a .n'ptddtficomedian of his day, born in uis. Died at Cornwall, N. Y v June 15, 1891. 1855—Percival Lowell, famed American astronomer and writer, brother of Harvard’s former presi dent. born in Boston. Died at Flagstaff, Arte., Nov. 12. 1916. PALACE George Bancroft in BLOOD MONEY Also Comedy Matinee, 10-15 c; Night, 15-25 c BUSY BEE BAKERY BUYS DODGE CAR Since the purchase of the sec ond 1934 Dodge truck by the Busy Bee Bakery, the fleet of de livery trucks of this bakery is now 100 percent Dodge. B. E. Brantley, manager of the Bakery, purchased the Dodge from the Curtis Motor Company, who recently obtained the Dodge -I’lymouth agency for this terri tory. After looking over many other makes of trucks. Mr. Brantley came to the conclusion that bet ter service and more driving economy could be obtained from Dodge than from any other truck. 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The tiger is beaned just in tint* to save Puff. .♦** Old Guhh pitched that cocoanut; boy has he stuff! Puff’s up on hia feet now, gering around. Says Puff. “Guess I finished that striped tiger hound.” "j —_—. T Subscribe for The Citizen. J Engraved Visiting Cards fc|f£|pF*4S2.oC 100 Citato vAt paneled white or F M OK ivory $ 100 Cards, engraved from old . ’ r 100 Cards, engraved from oM paneled ♦BA-*™ t 4 REpUCED PRICES ON ENGRAVED WEDPING announcements OR INVITATIONS T*L The Artman Press CITIZEN BLDG. '