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PAGE FOUR
m, SOCIETY
Ctrl St'outs Hold In vesture
Observe Birthday
****** mM| at 8 o'clock
miHl paivnu of Troop 4
Q* l fcwk jMMHi together in
i •ulHwitftg tW wood anmver
rnn *i •he f Tmm. AUo at this
IN tawakirw ceremony was
Mid badge cartifi
f<><— *•*• awarded The cere
****** opened with the marching
** A* cehin carried ‘by flag
***d|| Betty Canova and Mai -
prd llwdri wiwwi. followed by
** I
ememnmt the hall a semi*
r * r *** mem farmed The march
** *9 Mrs Nellie Hol j
aagdN The flag aalote. pledge, |
proeatae and reflating of the ten
mem* aaid Then they were
lad m prapar bp the Rev T. C '
*g— • . I
* pels were told by their
** *dag. Igr Raorngardt. that in'
>weit| their member Blip they
again mi good standing in
• bag iwganuatmn that serves'
mm IhPtr troop big alaa the
•bfe MMsansM arganuatinn ther*
**e pirn members of the. murid
aapHfMMan that lakes the pun
doss to girls <d many niunwn**-
The hah work service and frtand
dhip sff Girt grouting in troop 4,
hap been eatended to many new
Ihh girt was then presented
hee Pee registration card by her'
bwtpr At mis time the gar! was
•hiPi green a sndlr by their *-
***** Nadir, Mrs J L Mrnen
dM te place eg the rah#. Mrs 1
Ted ( eneva. assist wwt Nader, was
•Ne gpPHtad into the troop and
presmstPd has registration card I
flNe was tpaNaansd into the troop j
bp Mrs Rauangaidt After all
gwN add Nadars had placed the
SeaMNs aa the sab* Judy Daugh- j
irp, eaw ef the oldest scouts was
asbag te light the csndtgg Tbaai
gp gets aN joined bands and!
alsgb made a trato (yr the
Umm Nappy ttnthddp #| Nng
bp RN seeuts
TN Mewmp nut of the candles
wag gieap te Ndla Menu ids/ i
b mhimm Show To Ve Held April 5
Rv Jr.-,Sr. Ilitth VTA I{iy>m Mothers
gptotoi toto • WMii-ri, to be told
Ml to* to#i arfcuoi auditorium.
Mis uf to* tom toniiii ruuri
irnttm thtotor. Mrs Rwr Heniiq
mm Hd tor* Jmmr Mil* were
toMktoMi to to* merlin# at Mis
Ha tom* prussuar* to bra
tasgp aftoir iih what tto well
jr Wt —**> will areai ' style*!
tal trMMtowa. cUhr fur child- j
aR tto to*l and street length.
9mbm Wmthum Vuratlv April 21
9y Junior W’oiiMMM ((s& Members
Want Junior Woman ft
uLm tmlA th* u irtnisi niuuhl>,
1 f | at * WaiM'i Club
-■g[- em fhrre* rtreet Tuesday
MflfPit * • • pm I
I.m art far the year W4<
. mM men
Ip Mart Kaiftil president.
Hep Paul lint, ha VHr preet*
4mm M** Amu Loundi-i* ’•
met etre prnwti n* Maw Kluuui
HaepWk mmsMdmtt aerfUr) . Mfß j
t|p|pa Ctrhonel! repaiding,
I I, *eff)“ Mm Flurwr Walker I
%.tmm*tm M n Rumtll Vi liar
, ng- Mi* Fratoia Johnnmj
Mi* Jnarpk Ups director* .
wmm atoitod un the]
-••atMg Paafcn* Parade U> be
. 4 m April 11 kfv
IgWlMirtt pußiur to have
taw tahMt m tkalw |w o ®f**
|,| |*| lr it hv attractive Key
a m *
4 nrral maaiMMi ai baing held
M at the < lubhouat- Mr*
Parks and Mr* PJt
fgf. |p Mk hwte**e f‘M Ufa
* XT| -of the chib Wh4i a err
ta mem* Tuaaday •wjjhj M r *
MMn flnrmre Pthtt.
kNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
II m mtirr- of the Kaifiliix of I*> tftiu* are
|t a |imil |lm' meeting of key Went Lodge
l Ml II oVloelu at T2tt Fleming
4 tfinr* lime *• §tromieil to nil.
J. m UNI IfcUl Kt SSELL, K.R.S.
t, another girl that has served the
|i troop for a long time. Scout San
,j dra Siiberman was given the
, honor of cutting the cake. Sandra
, receiving the first class badge,
* and Nancy Lane also receiving
i the first class badge, was asked to
hang the new troop certificate on
- the wall.
1 Girl* receiving badges and
I badge certificates, second class,
were: Diane Auxier, Betty Ann
Baumgardt, Betty Canova, Loret-
Ita Carbonell, Dottie Carbonell,
Judy Doughtry, Joanne Knowles,
i Nellie Menendez, Ann Sawyer,
Sharon Salter, Margaret Under
wood, Solita Avila, Diana Mol
ina. Mary Ann Howes, Helen j
Howes, Ulipee Lancaster, Betty!
Sue Thompson.
Girls receiving service stars
were: Judy Doughtry, Betty
Anne Baumgardt, Nellie Menen
<k i, Betty Canova, Joanne Know
les Diane Auxier, Ann Wellons,
Jeanne Navaro, Solita Avila,
Helen Howes, Mary Ann Howes,
> Nancy Lane, Sandra Siiberman.
* Anne Sawyer.
*~ Chofc badge Betty Anne;
Ihuirwpiffd, Nellie Menendez and
* f>ut-doot ifok—Sandra Silber
i man.
Clothing—Betty Anne Baum- i
gardt and Nellie Menendez.
Design Nancy Lane, Nellie*
Menendez, Betty Anne Baum-.
gatdt and Sandra Siiberman.
Glass—Betty Anne Baumgardt,,
Sandra Siiberman and Nellie
Menendez.
Housekeeper Nancy Lane,
Betty Anne Baumgardt and Nellie
Menendez.
Handywoman—Nancy Lane.
Hustesa —Nellie Menendez and
. Betty Anne Baumgardt.
Foods —Nancy Lane.
Campcraft, pioneer, weeving
and painting and drawing—San
! dra Siiberman.
Am ting, cyclist and swimmer—i
Nancy Lane and Sandra Silber
-7r .11A
Basketry—Nrticy Lane.
Horsewoman—Joanne Knowles
Rockfinder—Diane Augier.
play tog* petnts, all will be
shown.
The models will be picked from
I every school in the city, out of
i town models will be used and
*u Navy wives will aid in
modeling for the show.
A* a finally, a model dressed as
a bride, eoipplete with her wed
ding party, and escorted by serv
ii c men with each branch of the
j service repiesented, will end the
whole show with a fanfare.
The model* to be used for the
. show will be announced later.
Mr*. John Carbonell is chairman
• of the show.
Joseph Lopez, Mrs. Anna Loun
i dvi, Mrs Parks. Mrs
) Helen Carbonell, Nhs Russell
\nllar, Mrs..- Fianci* Johnson,
Mrs Paul Mesa, Mis* Mary A
Char low. Miss Elayne Albury and
Mis* Klissa Moreno.
Convent Alumni
Meets Tuesday
e/
Th* piesident of the Mary Im
j maculate Alumni, Mrs. Caroline
j L. Roberts, announces that the
' lust business meeting of the
alumni will be held next Tues
' day, March 19th, at her home, 912
Simonton street, at 8:00 p.m. All
members are urged to attend as
i plans for the coming alumni
’ party will be made.
Your Qreeet SELLS That GOOD
STAR ★ BRAND
American mrrrr
•ad CUBAN tUrrEEi
Try A Pound Today I
Personal Notes
By PATRICIA
tIHimiIHWitUIIIIUUIIUUUimmiIUIHHIUIIMIIIIHIHUUI
Went over the top in its goal
of 25,000 new members during
the 1946 Melvin Jones Birthday
Program. Total new members
recorded was 28,000 and if any
body asks you how many Lions
there are in the world—tell them
254,000 and that doesn’t include,
Leo, the M.G.M. Lion. Aren’t you'
proud to be a member of this,
country’s largest civic organiza
tion? Not only are we the largest
but one of the most vital.
LEO WELCOMES
Our newest Cub Lion in the
person of Arthur G. Bleisner who
was inducted into membership
last week under the classification;
of Insurance. Lion Bleisner is the:
local representative of the Acaia-;
Mutual Insurance Company. May
an abundance of personal
satisfaction as he joins hands
with some 254,000 men through-:
our International Association as :
we united to create a cleaner and
finer world. 1
Wr I i : mr **
ARTHUR C. BLEISNER
OUR CANDIDATE
In the Sponge Festival contest!
for Queen, Miss Delores Thorn-!
ley, has some stiff competition!
and it is going to tak6 the united i
effort of every Lion to put her;
over the top. Come on Lions, let’s!
roar down the home stretch and i
plpce that crown on the queenly
hdad of Miss Delores. (Incident
aljv. Delores is the daughter of a'
former Lion who we hope some
day to be able to reinstate when:
his duties will permit him to at
tend our meetings regularly.)
LEO HAS HIGH HOPES
For those W uommrttee chair
mpl- which President Benzy ap
painted last week. A Lions Club!
is< only as effective as the com
rrlUtees which guide its activities.!
In order for* a committee to be!
effective and to do worthwhile;
things it is necessary for thej
chairman to hold meetings from:
time to time with the other mem-1
bers of his committee. This is
something which has been sadly;
lacking in.,the past and it is our;
earnest hope that the new chair-1
men will take the time and I
trouble to hold these committee
meetings at a convenient time at ;
the den or at the home of some l
member of his committee. It will
pay rich dividends in worthwhile
accomplishments.
WE WERE SORRY
That prospective Lion Bill Put
cgmp was unable to be with us
last week for induction but he
hjs promised to come out on
Thursday. Bill’s a mighty fine
clap and it is a genuine pleasure
to extend him a most cordial
welcome into our membership.
YOU LIONS
Who have been lax in your at
tendance had better perk up. At
Mrs. Gertrude Ricketts
Announces the Opening on Mareli 18tli of . . .
An Outdoor School for Kindergarten
and Pre-School Croups
9 to 12, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
DAILY, WEEKLY and MONTHLY RATES
Enrollment Limited
Telephone 347-J or 768-R
REVIVAL SERVICES
Fleming Street jjj
Methodist Church
Tonight—7:3o o'Clock W
“MENDING THINGS”
Friday—lo:3o A.M. \ H
j “The Task of the Church” j
You Are Invited To All A
Services of the Revival A
Revival Services through March 21st
REV. SHULER PEELE
THU jcviiiT vvHST
! Legion Ladies
Meet Tonight
Arthur Sawyer Unit No. 28 of
! the American Legion Auxiliary,
will meet tonight at the Legion
Home, Southard and White Sts.,
at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Geo. W. Sikes, 'president,
i urges all members to be present
as several matters of interest will
be discussed.
I
Luncheon On
Friday
Mrs. Hollon Bervaldi, chairman
of the Division street room moth
ers, presided over the room
mothers meeting, held on Tues
day afternoon at 2 p.m., in the
school library.
Plans were completed on the
coming luncheon to be given Fri
day at Mrs. Bervaldi’s home,
1215 Washington. The menu will
enclude, baked hai / potato salad,
baked beans, cole slaw, olives,
pickles, saltines, pie and ice tea.
All room mothers of the Divi
sion street school are cordially
invited to attend.
Beatrice Moreno
In Piano Recital
Students .from the class of
Lonny Epstein at the Institute of
Musical Art of the Juilliard
School of Music in New York
gave a piano recital on Thursday
March 7. Students who- partici
pated include: • r
Dorleen Brayton, 1522 Ogden
avenue, Superior, Wisconsin;
Yvehe Mir7a, 710 S. Webster St., j
Jackson, Michigan; Beatrice Mo- j
reno. 907 Division St., Key West,
Florida.
the end of March the Board of
Directors will investigate the at
tendance record of each member!
of the club and those Lions who
have not attended a minimum j
of seven (7) meetings during the|
first quarter and who are unable'
to furnish an acceptable excuse;
for their absence, will be dropped I
This means that each member is;
required to attend a minimum of,
7 out of each 13 meetings held!
each quarter.
A LITTLE NONSENSE
Lion Milton: (recovering from:
an operation) “Why are all the
blinds down, Doctor?”
Doctor Hamilton: “Well, there'
is a fire across the street and I
the" operation was a fail-1
ure.”
OUR CITIZENSHIP
Chairman Lion Esquinaldo in- 1
troduced a timely resolution last
week w hen he moved for the club j
to adopt a resolution calling the;
attention of our citizenry to thej
importance of registering for the :
forthcoming Democratic Primary!
to be held on May 7 th. For the
information of you Lions the;
deadline for registering is April
20th but in order to avoid the
last minute rush register now.
Strand Theater j
GARY COOPER in
“Along Caine Jones”
Coming: "Enchanted Cottage"
Monroe Theater
l ROBERT TAYLOR in
“WATERLOO BRIDGE"
Coming: "No Time For Love"
| Have Play For
Division P.-T. A.
'
A George Washington play was*
put on by the second grade class
of the Division Street School, un-[
der the direction of Mrs. Eva'
| Arnold, teacher of the class, for,
' the P.-T. A. meeting held on
Tuesday night. I
j The class sang three songs and
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[ one, •‘Shortmn’ Bread”, was es
j pecrally clever. The students were
dressed in colonial costumes and
| had their faces blackened. .
1 During the meeting Mrs. Mar-!
1 ion Curry, president of the P.-T.
A. was going to start a study
• group, as they need four more'
hours to complete their points
, for the blue ribbon which is the
highest award presented to the
I P.-T. A. by the state. |
This study group will begin on
RESIDENTS BARRED
CLEVELAND;—Residents of
j Monte Carlo are not allowed to
enter the gambling casino.
Monday in the school library be-,
tween 1:30 and 3:00 p.m. The
group is going to study the P.-T. I
A. manual and all parents inter-
I ested in P.-T. A. work are invited :
to study with, the group.
THUkIdaY. MARCH 14, 1941
ifr. Wastell Ta
Sjwak At Church
i ______
I Dr. CfAvdon Was*ef) wilt apeak
;at El Salvador Methodud Church
Sunday night.
The noted Navy commander *i
the famoue Dr. Waaael <>f Java
naval heroiam stone*.

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