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SUE JOKES, Editor
Page 2 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ANNOUNCEMENT CALENDAR EVERY Friday 10:00—Gym Classes for Officers’ Wives, Bldg. 83, Seaplane Base 7:30 —Youth for Christ, Poinciana Baptist Church FRIDAY, March 19 7:3o—Shrine Club, place to be announced 7:3o—Triangle Club, Pythian Sisters, place'to be announced 8:00—Cayo Hueso Grotto, Redmen’s Hall EVERY Sunday 2:OO—CAP Cadets, Poinciana Community House 3:3o—Orden Caballeros de la Luz, 422 Amelia St. EVERY MONDAY 10:00—Gym Class for Officers’ wives, Bldg. 83, Seaplane Base B:oo—Logia “Marti” Nro. 3, Caballeros de Marti, 919 Elizabeth 8:00—Alcoholics Anonymous, 515 Duval Street, MONDAY, March 22 8:00 —Anchor Lodge, Masonic, Scottish Rite Temple, 533 Eaton 8:00—Beta Sigma Phi, Seminary Street EVERY TUESDAY 9:oo—Ladies Day Golf Tournament, Golf Club 9:oo—Thrift Shop, Navy Commissary open until 12 noon Square Dance HILLBILLY BAND FRIDAY NIGHT, 8:00 O'CLOCK Prizes for the Best Square Dance Best Waltz and Best Irish Jig Everyone Invited NO ADMISSION NO COVER FRIEDIN'S PERKY LODGE * Perky, Fla. 12 MILES EAST OF KEY WEST ON U.S. HIGHWAY NO. 1 the after” hangover every man will enjoy! . : ! &:>fo ' wm* * I . * HH|R> |f <§ HI >m. 4 J > *pr Repel-o-tized & ; 6 NORTHCODL \ SUMMER SUITS 53795 & 5 42 50 ■* to se “wrinkle-shedding” quality viscose rayon and acetate magic? Wear a “Repel-o-tized” fabric dependable spot resistance, Northcool suit. “Repel-o-tized” is water repellency and more poro the exclusive fabric feature that keeps sity. For better fit—more comfort— your Northcool looking 'just pressed.’ “Repel-o-tized” Northcool suits are And, “Repel-o-tized” gives the fine “Pattern-Master” designed. "PEPEL-O-TIZED" NORTHCOOL SPORT COATS $25.50 \fi4S/Y/OA/s jfor MEj> y 620 Duval Street SOCIETY - PERSONALS - NEWS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Friday, March 19, 1954 wrinkle resistant \ kgs .. j mm Circle Meetings Are Announced By Presbytery Women The women of the First Presby terian Church held their March meeting in the social hall of the church, Monday evening, March 15, at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. James Sterling, president, presiding. The subject, “The World Church Explores New Frontiers,” was pre sented by Mrs. Merville Rosam and Mrs. Herbert Pace. Mrs. Donald Heinly read the scripture, John 17:18-23, and Ephe sians 1:9-14, followed by prayer. “Every Country a Mission Field” was the theme of the report cif the meeting held by the International Council Mission committee, at which every country was repre sented except China. The special book study, taken from J. Appleby’s “The Glory of the Church,” was given by Mrs. Harold Campbell. It was announced that the cir cles will meet on Monday, April 5 as follows: Circle 1, 8:00 p. m., with Mrs. George Miller, trailer park, Greene Street; Circle 11, at 3:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Bernie Papy, Washington Street; Circle 111, at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. Walter Clawson, Seidenberg Ave nue; Circle IV, Mrs. Richard Gaunt at 8:00 p. m. at the home oif Mrs. Richard Gaunt, 29 Maine Road., Sigsbee Park. Hostesses for the general meet ing were Mrs. Donald Heinly, Mrs. Merville Rosam, Mrs. Katherine Monroe and Mrs. Raymond Felton. Enjoying the social hour follow ing the business meeting were the Mesdames James Sterling, Richard Coulter, T. M. Whitlev, Jack Cris sey, Harold Campbell, John Fea therston, F. T. Turner, B. C. Pa- ***>*• w>\v / ’ k I ygk ■ ' ■as^ta ITEMS OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE Chaplain Speaks On Comic Books At Navy Wives Meet The Island City Navy Wives Club No. 88 held its monthly program meeting Wednesday morning at the C. P. O. Club Lounge on the Naval Station. Betty Edwards, President, presided at the meet ing. Lt. (jg) Paquin, Chaplain at the Naval Air Station, guest speaker, was introduced by Ruth Oberbey. Chaplain Paquin gave a most im pressive talk on comic books and indecent literature that is on sale at bookstands everywhere today. He stressed the fact that religion is a part of the world, nation, and family and that one of the great est dangers to family life is filthy and indecent literature. He also stated that comic books are here to stay and we must look inside the cover to see if they are wholesome reading or not. If the comic makes one laugh, it is a good factor in determining the de sirability of the book. In his talk he said the Chaplain's duty is to look after the morals of the boys and men in the service, but family morals must start at home. Parents must screen the comics read and if necessary buy the comics themselves so as to know the children are getting good reading material as there are ma ny good, desirable comics on the market. Dorothy Hamilton gave out sche dules for the progressive bake sale. She also said that the spaghetti py, Joseph Bringman, Earl Julian, Gleason Snow, Donald Myer, Ray mond Felton, Herbert Pace, Don ald Heinly, J. P. Baillod, Roy Schafer, Merville Rosam, Russell Ward, Richard Fork, Katharine Monroe and J. W. Kovash. “Roller Skate” 420 SOI THARD 2-9181 PARTY RATES HKGIWKRS WEIiCOMIB School— Church Club 2:30 to 4:30 8 to 10:30 P.M. 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It’s eo easy ...bo thoughtful} AMY OPTICAL DISPENSARY 423 Si monton St. Phone 2-7522 St. Patrick’s Theme At HS-1 Luncheon A delightful bit of old Ireland wel coned the officers’ wives of HS-1 at their St. Patrick’! day luncheon at the Casa Mama. Hostesses, Mrs. Fred Lewis and Mrs. L. M. j supper would be held April 15th from 6-7:30 p. m. at the NCCS Hall. Phylli* Nelson may be con tacted for reservations at 2-5584. The meeting was adjourned after which coffee and cake were served. Decorations were carried out in I the St. Patricks Day theme. Friday and Saturday Also L, Show Times: . imh kM KANGAROO KID IWI iUwtV 9*19 Q y Sunday and Monday TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 M-G-M's i moeonmiracle iHI s NEW ; || I ‘7,T,%T —Plus Cinemascope Short — ZSTS, TELEPHONE f f l Xl M. “3KSm‘ T^ 9 ji,e ban Carlos Theatre N , 5e McKee, complemented the Irish at-, mosphere with'a floral centerpiece of green, yellow and white glads flanked by pert Irish toppers i in silver. Green shamrocks and j clay pipes added decoration on the plaeecards. To complete an en-1 joyable luncheon, entertainment was provided by the orchestra playing a medley of tunes for the day. Plans for the April activities j were discussed and last-minute de tails completed for the HS-1 St. Pat's get-together at Aeropalms Wednesday evening. The group also welcomed back Mrs. S. Purcell who has just re- TELEPHONE: Citizen Office, 2-5661 turned from a wintery visit to De troit, Mich. Plain muffins have an extragood taste when they are sprinkled with a mixture of sugar and cinnamon before baking. STDAMB Mat. 1:55 A 4:05 Night 6:15 A 1:25 9 ■ llMllll air conditioned Fri. and Sat. Sun. - Mon. - Tues. Lusty Adventure! 6| ROBERT RYAN ' ROGERS.Jit Tj JAN STERLING finfii ■ TTilT —I i&k BRIAN KEITH ■|ULtIyUC F*P GENE BARRY IMMjGL tea* * tine SKI MauMVHHt! HlM*l * ANWM MH coicorr m WAWNEWCOLOrJ fgjpl Nancy Olson W MftMDftt Mat. 3:30 Night 6:30 A 1:30 mVllllwE air cooled Fri. and Sat. Mar. 21 - 27, Incl. • • • • •••••• •••••••• • \ MARTIjMEMIS j j MONEY j 1 FROM HOME j 1 a HAL WALLIS : • - ■ , : •••••• • rtsnt*. • ...... BY ai Zion Schedules Purim Buffet And Dance The B’Nai Zion congregation wil have a Purim buffet and dance at the B’Nai Zion social hall on Sun day, March 21 at 7:30 p. m.