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Nevada Art Gallery, 643 Ralston
St., open from 1 to 5p.m. At2pjn?
Mrs. J. O. Beatty will discuss
“Finding of the Lovelock Caves”
«nd A. D. Crofut. Jr.; president of
the Reno Kodachrome Club, will
preview the spring entries in the
•Fall Color Contest” of pictures.
Open to anyone interested.
Reception honoring the Rev. and
Mrs. Blake M. Franklin and their
daughter, Miss Lois Franklin, 12:30
p.m., in the..parlors of the First
Baptist .Church. For all church
ihernbers arid their friends.
; Mizpah Rebekah Lodge No. 16,
1; p.m., Nevada Room of Hotel
Mapes. Luncheon honoring Mrs.
Aldele Rlckard, president of the Rebekah
Assembly of Nevada. ‘Mrs.
Harold Bicgler presiding. Mesdames
Louis Chase and J. B. Cllnedinst
taking reservations. At 8p.m.
Mrs. Rickard will pay her official
visit to Mifcpah Lodge in IOOF Hall.
Fortieth birthday of Thetu Theta
Chapter of Delta Delta Delta, 8
p.m., buffet supper in the Sierra
St. chapter house with college and
alumnae chapter members participating.
Mesdames Fred Forson,
Fred Heinen and A. L. Talcott taking
‘•. Reno Rose Society, 8 p.m., State
Building Chamber of Commerce
Rooms., Walter McGinnis presiding.
; Junior Service Society of Trinity
Episcopal Church dinner meeting,
8:30 p.m. Program: Miss Idel Anderson
will review the book, “Nevada
Government,” written by Dr.
Effie M. Mack, Miss Beulah Singleton
and herself. Mrs. Grant Bowen
•.’Nevada Licensed Practical
Nurses Association, 7:30 p.m., Bab-
Cock Building. Margaret Basher
presiding. Film on cancer.
:;YWCA leather craft class, 10
Km., downtown YWCA.
:] Welcome Wagon Newcomers’
Pub book review group, 1 p.m., in
the home of Mrs. Thomas Wiseman,
1325 Charles Drive, Mrs. Louis Vas-
Cpncelos presenting the program.
-: Royal Neighbors of America,- 8
p”.m., IOOF Hall. Social hour will
follow business session as well as
drill practice for the. Las Vegas
convention. Mrs. Amel Carlson presiding.
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Hor« ~-.G«deniK Homemakers’
Club, 1:30 pmv’in the home of.Mrs.
George McKay, 2300 Blossom Lane.
Mrs. W. C. Ponton presiding.
Golden Age Club, 12:30 p.m.,
Reno Recreation Center. Open to
all persons fifty years of age ormore.
Refreshments. Mrs. Dorothy
Reno Women’s Civic Club, 1 p.m.,
Nevada Room, Hotel Mapes. Program
by James T. McDanlel and
Mesdames Merrill Inch and Paul
Elcano. Mesdames M. L. Smith,
James T. McDaniel, Mark Yori and
Louise German taking reservations.
Mrs. John Beaupeurt presiding..
Philathea Society of the First
Baptist Church, 8 p.m., Church parlors.
Mrs. C. C. Taylor presiding.
YWCA sewing class, 10 a.m.,
YWCA Merry-Weds, dinner
meeting, 6:30 p.m., club house.
Tri-Y Club of the Reno High
School cabinet meeting, 7:45 p.m.,
Research done by Chris L Lesley