Nevada State Journal Newspaper Archives Jun 17 1959, Page 11

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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - June 17, 1959, Reno, Nevada From Hope Assembly no. 18. Truckee Calif., hears the formal closing and the report of retiring grand advisor Kathy Oldham. Pictured left to right Linda Decker Ltd Morrell Judi Loder Diane Mcgohon Vicki Rich Lydia Craig Joan Brown Ellen Rich Janice Gray Jude commagere and Joann Wray. Pageant reports filed by so Optimist club mrs. Dorothy Towne of steam Sparks social notes of Reno at the regular meeting phone Al 6-2088 Tahoe division 173, auxiliary to the brotherhood of conductors brakeman will meet thurs june is at 8. At Engi Hall. Russell Woodhams will _. The meeting which will mrs. Rose bulbs president Wel Lutfi he summer schedule. Corned As guests mrs. Gladys mrs. A. B. A Phillips of Modesto Calif., has been visiting Here with friends and in Reno with her son and daughter in Law miss Nevada pageant activities i or. And mrs. Robert Phillips. And received reports from is a former Sparks resident. Mittee members mesdames Elva miss Sharon trailing of Yening ton spent the past several Days As a House guest of miss Beverly Roberson and her parents or. And mrs. A. C. Roberson. She was a Delegate to the Nevada grand Assembly Rainbow for girls during the Early part of the week. Or. And mrs. Edwin f. White Johnston Carmel Calif. Mrs. F. Brit Wiser Susanville Calif., and mrs. David Williams of Reno. Mrs. Jessie Accra reported on Jones Edna Carville Vinnie in gel Rose Bullis Maxine Russell Margo Jennings and misses mar tha Allard Gladys Cafferata and Nada Novacovich. The weekly luncheon prize was won by mrs. Helen Eddy. Rainbow Assembly installs officers in recent visitob5 to Topaz. And mrs. Harry Cruse of san Calif., were visitors at the James j a. Mckay Home. Head visited relatives at last weekend with Gardnerville. Mrs. Selected group of knit dresses 10% off this week Only the Mayfair shop 140 w. Lit si., fa3-7643 Cardinal who As been a guest her daughter mrs. Brooks Park returned to Sparks with the whiteheads. A Sweet thought for your closet. Scent some quilted Cotton squares perfume and tape them to your closet hangers. Gives lots of mileage from Little perfume. No Hilts Bank set civil to Winnemucca Public instal lation o new officers order o Rainbow for girls Winnemucca Assembly no. 10, occurred in ver state Hall recently. The new panel consists of bar Bara Berk advisor Ann John Stone associate advisor Lynn Durbin Charity Connie Bell Hope Carol Bengochea Faith Linda Robear chaplain Judy Kendall Drill Leader. Also Virginia Neville love nor a Shepherd religion Jean ver Ner nature Diane Schorf immorality Sharon Noble Fidelity lose Lee Backus patriotism Sharon Yeazel service Jeanett Ito Dart confidential observer Inda Kihara outer observer Margaret Braswell musician. Choir director is Mary Lou Wil Terson Penny Delong american lag Sydney Peterson Rainbow lag Mary Lou Wilkerson pub icily Donnalyn Drake Registe custodian Helen Bell Sunshine chairman Susan Logue lecturer Ann Willis Sharon Marvel an Thelma King paraphernalia to Lis Burton service head and Linda Kihara historian. Installing officers included Mai Lou Wilkerson advisor Valer Weber chaplain Linda Bihar and Rose Lee Backus marshals Imogene Noble musician Junee freely recorder and Joan Daous treasurer. Miss Berk chose nature As he theme. Her Symbol is the Butte Fly Flower the peach Rose co ors yellow and Pink. Her quota Tion a from the song of Solomon. Exciting values in play Wear terrific selection of smartly tailored mix and match play pants and Sanford Zed Cotton blouses Broadcloth tuck ins and Over blouses in a Rainbow of summery colors. 10-18. Play shorts in Cotton wills Duck and chambray smartly detailed. Sunny solid Colon to mix and snatch. Slie. 10-18. Sears 215 n. Sierra a 2-9481 hours to invite artists o see film at Art gallery demonstration of painting by x Brandt of Laguna Bouch in a 16-millimeter full sound Lor film will be presented Bijl Van Hurlinger of Sacra Ento Calif., sponsored by the Atimer Art club tuesday june in the Nevada Art gallery at. The program is open to anyone Terestea and there is no admin on charge said mrs. John e. Ickson president. Or. Brandt s film will feature ree Basic techniques of water Lor the Wash technique the wet to wet method and the Brush be. The film takes the student a sketching trip demonstrate g the rendering of rocks and Shermen landscape show and night. Miss Hilda is Mak g arrangements for the pro the artist has been described v Arthur Millier Art critic of the of Angeles times As one of the est water colonists and teachers this Art in he is a ast president of the California Ater color society a member of in american water color society and of the National Academy of design. He has lectured and aught from coast to coast and is in author of two text books on Ater color water color land Cape and Watercolour tech or. Van Harlingen will show sides of water color explaining the Arious techniques used by or. Randt in the film. There will be ther slides too on different sub act matter. Or. Van Harlingen is the i Ector for West coast Public rela on for m. Grumbacher. Inc. Manufacturers of artists Materi 1s. He is a fellow of the Royal society of arts of England a Lecurer and water Florist and for Mer director of the Crocker Art of Sacramento and was in president of the California arts 1958-1959. There Are four reasons Why a butter Type cake my fall in the Center too much fat or sugar1 too much baking powder or other Leavening too slow an oven not baked ions enough. June 17, 1959 Reno evening Lenoite named to club office the appointment of mrs. H. J. Horpe Reno As first vice pres Dent of the Nevada federation t women s clubs has been an ounces by mrs. Ernest l. Brown resident. Mrs. Thorpe is a past president t the Reno women s civic club and a member of the Nevada Safe y Council and has served As its president. For dad. The skipper of your Home captains chairs dad will just love having a captains chair of his own and you will love the Way this warm toned Maple chair will blend with you decor. Stur Dily built to withstand years of Wear these captains chairs will be a Wel c o m e addition to any Home. The Ideal fathers Day gift at this special Low Price. You Are always Welcome to Stop in and browse at the Maple shop. You la enjoy the Fine Maple furnishings and the Lovely accessories to be found at the Maple shop. Stop in soon and see How easily these Maple furnishings will fit into your budget. Shop 100 Island ave. A 2-3471 ext. 6 take Home plenty of these smart r summer dresses up Roebuck and co. Just say charge it on Sears revolving charge take month to pay or use like a regular charge account x a your amazing values summer hats Cool White hats in open weave boucle Straw cloths draped Rayon Shantung. Big selection flattening shapes. 215 n. A 2.9411 hours Fiso to j.39

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