10 THE SUNDAY OREGOMAX. PORTLAND. DECEMBER 10. 1922 WASHINGTON SOCIETY GIRL IS MARRIED TO LIEUTENANT IN NAVAL AIR SERVICE Wedding of Miss Elizabeth Walmsley and George Dorsey Price Set Ahead Because Officer Is Assigned to Atlantic Squadron and Wants o Take Bride Along to New Post. . i : : i r . pj ' y'r'C 77$fiZfc tfV-oy greo MISS ELIZABETH WALMSLEY one of Washington's prettiest and best-known society girls, recently became he bride of Lieu tenant George Dorsey Price, the wedding taking place in the chapel 'of the United States Naval academy at Annapolis. The date of the wed ding was advanced becau.se Lieuten ant. Price received sudden orders as signing him to the Atlantic air squadron and he wanted to take his hrtrlA with him Mrs. Charles H. Layng, prominent (Continued From Page 6.) Jlart Daniels, with itiss Ruby Lloyd at the piano, gave two pieasing se lections. Under the direction of Mrs. It. H. Keatings. a social hour was spent following the programme. Mrs. Paul Nolan and Mrs. F. A. Cook poured. . The National League of Women Voters. Oregon branch, held their regular monthly meeting Thursday at the Seward hotel. This meeting was of unusual interest to all women present' because of the fact that Judge Gatens gave a very inter esting presentation of the present laws governing the property rights of women. Several tentative bills were talked of for the betterment of these laws in the general discission that followed. A motion was then -carried to ask Judge Gatens to draw up a bill in a form which can b pre sented to the legislature at its next session. This bill will be reported to the legislative alliance as the special piece of legislation sponsored by the Oregon branch of the Na tional League of Women Voters for the coming year. Lavender club, branch No. 2, will meet Tuesday at the Peninsula park clubhouse. A short business ses sion and election of officers will be held and the birthday dinner will be served at 13:30 o'clock. All mem bers will be asked to respond to roll-Cill. Mrs. E. Brong. vice-chairman of the heme economic and household management department of the Portland Woman's club, will preside at th meeting of that department to be beid Tuesday efternoon at 2 o'clock at the clubhouse. E. D. Stroma wilt be the speaker of the day and tea will be served. Mrs. T. A. Sherman. Mrs. W. F. McGill and Mrs. F. L. Boggs will he hostesses. The Coterie club of Marguerite camp. Royal Neighbors of America, will hold its regular monthly meet " ing at the home of Mrs. John H. Kramer. 370 Larch street; next Thursday. All Royal Neighbors and friends are invited. Oregon Circle No. 171 will give a free "grab party" on Wednesday at their hall. Russell street and Rod-" ney avenue. All Neignbora of Woodcraft are invited. Mrs. E. H. Leihy will entertain the study department of the Port land Woman's Research club at her home, 90 Clackamas street, Wednes day. Lunch will be served at noon and Mrs. Bert H. Hickox. Tabor 0791, is in charge of reservations. The programme will be in keeping with the holiday season and each member is asked to bring a gift suitable for the inmates of the Pisgah home or Multnomah county poor farm. The Multnomah Woman's club. which was but recently organised, sow boasts 47 members, what are 1 6mQnActouwj young society and club woman of Brooklyn has undei taken the enor mous task of personally folding, in closing and mailing out 10,0-00 Christmas seals, five times 'the maximum quota for volunteer work ers. The seals are those 'issued by the committee on the prevention of tuberculosis. a Miss Florence E. Allen of Cleve land, O., was elected to the state su preme court of Ohio. Miss Allen has been practicing law for eight years. She was the first woman ever. to be appointed., an assistant prosecuting planning to work for civic im provements, sponsor the library es tablished there and study cultural subjects. Officers of the club are Mrs. T. M. Henderson, president; Mrs. Hoffman, vice-president; Miss E. Holly, secretary, and Mrs. Simons', treasurer. The club is well organ ized with many active committees and plans to Join the city federation. Chapter W of the P. E. O. Sister hood will meet tomorrow at 12:30 o'clock .at the home of Mrs. E. C. lirownlee, 736 East Forty-sixth street North. Peter A. Porter circle No. 25, ladies of the G. A. R-. will hold, a business meeting Wednesday 'at Baker's hall. Kiilingsworth and Al bina avenues. Election of officers will be held and all members are asked to attend. "Inner Man," "If I Were Queen." "Forsaking All Others," "Thelma" and "The Kick Back" were pictures viewed and approved during the past week by the motion picture committee of the department of American citizenship of the Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs. Japanese Consul to Speak to Business Women. 1 Local Organization Plans Btr Toy Party (or Children. THE regular luncheon meeting of the Business Women's ciub wUl be held at the T. W. C. A. social hall Thursday noon at 2:15 with Presi dent Bertha McCarty presiding. The Honorable Y. Takeda, resident con sul from Japan, will address the ciub concerning the women of Japan. Josephine H. Forney is host ess for the day. There will be no luncheon meet ing Thursday, December 21, but on the evening of December 22 ttwre will be a Christmas party at the club rooms in the Central building. Elizabeth Barry, programme chair man, is instructing all club members to come to the party dressed as children, and not to fail to bring along a toy. When the "children" leave for home that evening they will be instructed to leave their toys behind, because on the follow ing afternoon. Saturday, December 23, a group of children selected by the child welfare bureau will be in vited to an "honest-to-goodness" Christmas party, and will be made happy by toys, candy and Ice cream. Every memoer ot tne isusiness , JVomen's club has a fine opportu nity to make her own Christmas happier by contributing to the suc cess of both these parties. The Peninsula Park Lavender i club will hold its next meeting" Thursday. There will be the an nual election of ofticers and ell members are urged to attenti. Ut. CSRANDE, Or., Desx 9. (Spe r attorney in Cuyahoga county and when two years ago she was elected to the common plejas bench she was the firstwoman to sit in m. court of general jurisdiction in the county. Her plurality to the supreme bench was 24,356. -. Miss Lotta Tauscher, daughter of Madam Johanna Gadski, prima donna, will be married to Ernst Busch, grandnephew of the late Adolphus Busch of St. Louis brewing fame. Miss Tauscher, who is now in San Francisco with her mother, will be married in Berlin sometime in June. cial.) The La Grande Neighborhood club u engaged in an especially ac tive vear, with Mrs. A. L. Richard son, president. Programmes of conspicuous in terest, merit and variety have marked each meeting. The first musical day was under the direction of Mrt. George Birnie, and ponsist ed of lullabys from many lands. Oregjn day was observed by a club content during which three Oregon made prizes were awarded to the members giving the best lists of Oregon-made products. One of the leading features of the year's pro gramme are the art days.. The first one of his season was given by Miss Margaret Anson,, whose sub ject was "Michael Angelo." It was handled in an unusually interesting and scholarly manner. It was well illustrated by splendid slides of the master's works. - Mrs. A. L. Rich ardson sang two Italian solos. Aside from the regular pro grammes the club presented the drama. "Miss Lulu Bett," in the aud itorium, under the direction of Mrs. Donald Pague. The proceeds were used for the clubhouse building fund. . Each year the club has featured some of the finest musical pro grammes ever given in eastern Ore gon. This month it will present Madame Ina Wright-Hertst, prima aonna soprano, and Godfned Herbst, violinist. The Corriente club will meet with Miss Bertha Moores, 395 Twelfth I street, Tuesday. Luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock. ' I Higniand woman s gymnasium j class meets every Tuesday evening at s. o ciock at the school. All worn en and girls over 17, in the dis trict, are invited to join this class. which offers an hour anil a half of recreation exercise and fun. Miss Ethel Brownrie Is Instructor. - Women of the Jackson club of Oregon will sponsor a "silver shower" and programme in appre ciation of the peace - loving attrr butes and service, of ex-President Wilson in behalf of world peace on the anniversary of his 66th birth day on December 2S. The proceeds of the shower will be contributed to the Wilson foundation fund. Tributes by prominent men and women will be given and. in keep ing with the Yuletide season, carols as well as songs of "Old Virginia," reminiscent of Wilson's native state, will be sung. Mrs. Alice M. Mc Naught. first vice-president, wlil pre side. The meeting will be patriotic (in character and the public Is cor- dially invited to attend. Lilian. M. Hackleman is secretary of the or ganization. , The mnil'nrv n nv -.. t Post, No. 81, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold a bazaar tomorrow at .room 525 courthouse. A Dusi ness lunch will be served from 11 to 5 c,OCK ana lnere wul be aaoed at tractions aurmg ine evening. A unique feature will be the parcel post booth, with Mrs. Lola E. Skelly as postman. Other booths and chairmen win be; Handkerchiefs, Mrs. Winnibei Morris;- fancy work. I Sirs. Haze! Walton; aprons, Mrs, i Mae L. Gable; towels. Mrs. Alice Dubamel; groceries, Mrs. Sophia Walton and Mrs. D. ; D. Walton; candy Mrs, -Jelia A McKinnon: cakes, Mrs. Alice Getchell, and in fants' Wfar, Mrs. Lillian Liking. . All funds received from this affair are to be used in aidingneedy ex service men and their families. The public is urged to attend. . The Harmony club met Vith Mrs. Vivian Cochran at her home, 800 East Twenty-sixth street.' The host ess was assisted by Mrs. Alice Shurtliff. Mrs. Mildred Green, presi dent, presided and the following of ficers were elected;, Mildred Green, president; Vivian . Cochran, first vice-president; Carrie Roach, second vice-president; Etta Close, secretary; Clara Seaton, treasurer. Chapter F of the P. E. b. Sister hood will meet at the home of Mrs. E. R. Harvey. 621 Marshall street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Jewish Societies Plan New Year's Eve Ball. Preparations for Greatest Event of Vear Are Under Way. EXTENSIVE plans are now under way for the great New Year's eve ball to be held at the B'nai B'rith building. The programme for this year will be more extensive, and more varied than . 'it has been hereto-fore. This event, which is being looked forward to by every mem ber of the Jewish community, is one of the largest affairs held in the year at the building. Dr. J. W. Herns is chairman of the committee in charge of arrange ments. He will be assisted by various committees selected from the following organizations: B'nai B'rith Buiiding association, B'nai B'rith lodge, B'nat B'rith Amateur Athletic cl'Jb. Daughters of the Covenant. Ramblers, Rose City lodge. Ben. Ttllie Girls' club and the other organizations meeting at the building. These various committees will take charge of the decorations, music and refreshments. Dr. Herns announces that the first meeting of the committee will take place this Sunday, December 10, at the B'nai B'rith building. 1 The B'nai B'rith Girls' Dramatic club of the B'nai B'rith community house will present two one-act plays on Wednesday, December 27, at the B'nai B'rith building. The first play is "Slave with Two Faces." by Mary Carolyn Davies, with the following cast: Life. Tan ette Jfiloff; first girl, Lucille Ge vurtz; second girl, Mona Wood; a woman, Anna Schwartz; a man, Sybil Oldstein; young man, Beat rice Simon; a workman, Alice Dellar. The second play is called "Hun ger," by J. E. Pellat, with the fol lowing cast: Beggar, Fyrne Wood; poet, Sophie Rosenstein; girl, Helen Ricen; man, Anne Schwartz; dis satisfied one, Tanette Jaloff. Dancing will follow immediately after the performance. The club staff consists of the fol lowing: Director, L. H. Bluementhal; stage manager, Sybil Oldstein and Fyrne Wood; costumes. Beatrice Simon; publicity, Sophie Rosenstein; business manager, Helen Ricen. The costumes of the play -were all made by the girls under the direc tion of Beatrice Simon. The B'nai B'rith community house council, consisting of the represen tatives from each of the organiza tions meeting there, will come into being at its first meeting to be held next Wednesday night, December 13, at the building. Two delegates from each of the clubs and lodges have been invited to attend. The pur pose of the council will be to bring about a great co-ordination of ef fort and interest, and to function more effectively as a great com munity Center. Council will perform the neces sary and highly invaluable services of forever establishing on a most strong footing the B'nai B'rith com munity house , as a real, true com munity center. , The clubs having representatives are: B'nai B'rith Amateur Athletic association, . the Ramblers, Ben Tillie Girls' club, Junior Menorah, Junior council, B'nai B'rith junior girls, senior Menorah, High School Girls Dra matic club, B'nai B'rith lodge, Daughters of the Covenant, and the Rose City lodge. The directors who will represent the house board on this council are Alex Miller, chair man. Dr. J. J. Rosenberg, Alex Weinstein and Henry W. Metzger. Portland chapter 297 of the Worn e"n of Mooseheart Legion on Novem ber 10. elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Senior regent. Mildred Green; Junior regent, Edith Wilkenson: chaplain, Mabel Doty; recorder, Nada Aaron; treasurer, EAIN1ER COUPLE CELEBRATE j'lVtT?! v A- ft k M 1X1? - Wr- J MR. AND MRS. C. S. HAMILTOX. RAINIER, Or., Dec. 9. (Special.) Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hamilton of Prescott celebrated their golden wedding anniversary November 25. A supper was served by the "Sunshine Girls." Mrs. Hamilton's Sunday school class. The golden wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. F. R. Jack son of Rainier. The couple received, many beautiful gifts. Fifty dollars in gold was presented by their children, grandchildren and other relatives. : Guests from out of town were: Mrs. Myrtle Mcintosh, niece of Mrs. Hamilton; Miss Isabel Hamilton, granddaughter; Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. Chick, Mrs. Brandt and Frank Chaloupka of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Jackson,-Mr. and Mrs A. E. Veatch, Mr. and Mrs. V. Knauf, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowen of Rainier. Warren Goucher of Waldport,' Or., a brother of Mrs. Hamilton and the only living witness of the ceremony of 50 years ago. was unable to attend C. E. Hamilton of Prescott, oldest of the children, was the only one present. The homes of the others are in Wisconsin A. L. Hamilton, De Forest; C. F. Hamilton, Athens; Mrs. J. A. Misslin, Superior, and O.. C. Hamilton, Waukesha. Margaret Petterson; jtruide. Vera' Fowler;, assistant guide, Beula Bales; sentinel,- Ellen - Almeter; ar gus, Mary Fike; musician, Vivian Cochran. The present senior regent Nan Jones, will serve as past regent. . The officers will be installed on Fri day, December 29, at a public in-1 stallation in Moose temple. . ' Tu Xe chapter of Alpha Chi , Omega fraternity held a special j meeting .yesterday at 10 o'clock in j ton Hazelwood. ... - Sutnner Woman's Relief corps No. 21 will hold its annual bazaar and dinner in room 525 courthouse next Friday. The bazaar will open at 10 A M.v and continue until all articles are sold, and the dinner will be served from 12 to 2 P. M. All members are expected to con tribute some article of fancy work for the sale. The art department of the Port land Woman's club will meet Thurs day afternon at 2 o'clock at the clubhouse. The lesson will be on early art of Babylonia and Assyria. The annual meeting "bf the house of delegates of the Women's Foun dation for Health was held Novem ber 21 and 22 at the foundation headquarters, 43 East Twenty-second street. New York city. Health edu cation, individual health responsibil bility. health examinations and the collection of statistics relating to women's health were discussed as the significant features of the com ing five-year programme. Th$ officers elected for 1922-23 are: President. Dr. Martha Tracy, dean of the Women's Medical col lege. - Philadelphia: vice-presidont. Miss Mary E. Woolley, president of Mount Holyoke college; secretary, Mrs. P. W. Cooper, president of '.he New Jersey Mothers' Congress and Parent-Teacher associations. Three new members were also elected to the board of trustees, - that board now standing as fo!lows:Mrs.. Ed ward R. Hewitt (chairman), Dr. Martha Tracy, Mrs. Elmer Blair, Mrs. Ella A. Boole, Dr. Anna L. Brown, Mrs. Gertrude S. Martin. Mrs. Rogers H. Bacon, Mrs. Marion Booth-Kelly and Miss Rose Brenner. On December 15 the foundation headquarters will be moved to 370 Seventh avenue, Penn Terminal building, and will occupy offices on the same floor with the National Health council, National Child Wel fare association, American Social Hygiene association, etc Trinity Christmas Sale to Be Held Wednesday. Mesdames Morrison and Alvord to Have C'harsre ot Tea Table. MRS. A. A. MORRISON and Mrs. William Alvord will have charge of -the tea table at the Trin ity Christmas apron and delicates sen sale to be held at the parish house Wednesday. They will be as sisted by Mrs. William D. Wheel wright. Mrs. M. H. Laroond, Mrs. H. W. Bates and Mrs. F. E. Louns bury. The delicatessen table will be under Uncharge of Mrs. Warren Keeler, assisted by Mrs. I. N Day and Mrs. E. Cunningham. Mrs. J. C. O'Gorman and Mrs. Minnie I. Ster ling have the aprons, assisted by Mrs. F. C. Austen, Mrs. R. B. Knight. Mrs. Mary Plainandon and Mrs. Sherwood Gilles, pie. Mrs. Loyal B. Stearns is president of Trinity guild. An interesting meeting of The Coterie was held last Wednesday at the Benson hotel. Miss Statter of the Portland library gave an ex cellent talk on "Museums of the United States," showing many in teresting views. Patronesses for the Loyal Legion entertainment to be given soon at the auditorium are as follows: Mrs. F. O. Miller, Mrs. Leon La Forge, Mrs. Glenn E. Husted, Mrs. Winthrop Terry, Mrs. Nellie W. Adams and Mrs. C. M. Klggins. During the business session it was voted to give a donation to the oriental college fund. J. C. Abbett entertained with a flute solo, ac cdmpanied at the piano by Mrs. Lena W. Chambers. Announcement was made of a Christmas party for members and their husbands to be given in the near future. Ainsworth Parent - Teacher asso ciation will hold an apron sale Wednesday at the regular meeting of the association. The American Legion will have charge of the pro gramme for that day. Members and friend-a are urged to attend. Alpha Chi Omega fraternity will hold a Japanese bazaar at the Port land hotel Saturday, December 16, from 10 A. M. until 12 P. M:, With dancing in the evening. Four hun- 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. STATUETTES AND TINY FIGURES FROM LIFE AND FANCY ARE MADE BY PORTLAND WOMAN Lillie V. O'Rytn, Who Has Won Many Honors at Home and Abroad, Produces Models That Are Dif ferent From Anything Else Made in City and Some Include Busts of Famous Men. LITTLE figures and statuettes that differ from anything pro duced in Portland and which are probably the only things of their exact kind made in the United States, are being modeled by Miss Lillie V. O'Ryan in her studio here. She makes her figurettes from life and from herfancy, creating things with life and beauty. When these have been cast, she tints them with individual care from her pallet. Finished, each is a kittle bit of art. Miss O'Ryan, who has been in Portland for a number of years, 12 in fact, has done the . portraits of some of the leading people of the city. She has won honors in other parts of the country and declares With pride that every bit of her training she obtained In the United States. She studied at Cooper Union and the Art Students' league in New York and at the Gowies Art in stitute, flf Boston. For four con secutive years she won the first prize gold medal at Cooper Union. Her miniature of Sir Wilfred Laurier, former premier of Canada, won her the gold medal at the Alaska - Tukon - Pacific exposition. During the war Miss O Ryan painted war pictures, which were sold for the benefit of Belgian orphans. Two of the most important she called "La Victo're" and 'France Triom phante." In Miss O'Ryan's studio and shop is; the bust of Sir Gilbert Parker partly modeled. Sir Gilbert sat for this while he was in Portland re cently. Miss O'Ryan will complete it from pictures, will then make photographs of the figure from all sides and send them to Sir Gilbert for criticism. She is also working on a bust of Miss Ruth Hopkins of Portland. This Miss O'Ryan calls her serious work. But, she says, her hands turn now to the humoresque, the making of fanciful little figures, each of which has a story. This she believes to be a natural trend following the war. Women who want art objects in this day desire them to be small, full ot color and of some util'ty. Miss O'Ryan de clares. Their small, compact homes and apartments do not afford room for large statues or massive figures. Some of this artist's works which have won her greatest favor are her fanciful productions. Outstanding is the one she calls "Rosebud," mod eled from a charming Portland child. The little face Is looking up with a beautiful, chilslike expression and the back is modeled quite straight, so that the piece may be used as a dred hand-painted announcements have been sent out and Japanese posters appearing in stores and lo cal hotel lobbies were made by Susan Haley. Mrs. William Caplan, Mrs. J E. Withrow and Mrs. Theodore Kerr of Corvallis will act as patronesses at the dance. The vari ous members in charge of booths are: Children, Mrs. Adelbert Fell, Mrs. Merle Farrell; aprons, Mrs. A. G. Bates, Mrs. H. M. Mayne; cooked food, Mrs. Earl Miller, Mrs. E... A. Hannn: needlework. Miss Edna Pear son; novelty. Susan Haley, Edna Readen, Vivian Johnson; mistletoe and holly, Mary Olmstead; fish pond, Mrs. F. E. Lupe. Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. Fred Lister, Miss Eliza beth Patrick. The mothers of Alpha Chis at Eu gene will have a miscellaneous booth, in charge of Mrs. Le Compte. Miss Eugenie McNauglUon will have charge of the tea room, assisted by the Alpha Chis from Corvallis. The tea has been donated by the Na tional Tea & Coffee company, and punch for the evening by the Porto Products company. Mrs. B. A. Free man of the Espray d'Amour Toilet Requisite company will have an 'ex hibit. Mrs. R. L. Kimberley is chairman of the committee in charge, assisted by Mrs. . H. M. Mayne and Mrs. A. G. Bates. Woman's Club Bazaar- Is Great Success. - Articles Sold in Booths Yield Substanial Sum. f THE Woman's club bazaar, held Friday in the banquet . hall of the clubhouse was a decided suc cess from every point of view. All donations to the various booths were generously disposed of- and a fair sum netted, from each. The cafeteria lunch was served from 12 o'clock until 2 to a capacity crowd. A well-balanced meal was served at moderate cost under most excellent management. The pies, cakes and bread for The Oregonian's baking contest were re ceived during the morning hours by the judges of the baking, and dozens of loaves of bread, flaky pies and luscious cakes were brought in after ! the judging. These were turned over to the Woman's club and sold, the proceeds going to the building fund. A business meeting, was held at 2:30, the president, Mrs. Charles B. Runj'on, presiding. It was announced the club would hold a card party the first and third Friday of each mohth, beginning in I J? - I Above A group of homoreuqne statuettes made by Lillie V. O'Ryan show Ins the figures she has named Rosebud, Emerson Junior, Diogenes Rouli Roulant, and others. In the background Is the bust ot Sir Gil bert Parker, which Miss O'Ryan is now modeling. Below Mins O'Ryan and the buest of Misa Ruth Hopkins, which she is making; book end if so desired. Her "Emer son Junior" is the figure of an ador able baby completely bent above a huge book n order to study, the artist states, the mysteries of the fourth dimension and relativity. Another is her "Diogenes," showing the cynic of Greek philosophers with his long beard and his ..iagnfying glass, in search for an honest soul, finding the footprints of a little child and a dog. ' A particularly atrtactive figurette is "Rouli Roulant," which is the artist's idea of the French-Canadian "happy-go-lucky." Her "Age of Romar.ce" is a troubadour of the middle ages, who, she says, is ser enading another figurette, "La Pa mona," a colorful lady with a huge basket of fruits. These two make a set. Miss O'Ryan came to Portland January.' Hostesses will be an nounced later. The 27th anniversary of the club will be celebrated with a dinner at 6:30 Thursday evening for members and their husbands. During the dinner a special musical programme will be given, after which there will be cards and dancing to round out the evening pleasures. - Members wishing to make reser vations for the dinner are requested to do so as early as possible to Mrs. G. M. Glines, East 4250. and Mrs. Byron E. Miller, Tabor 2901. Plates will be $1. ' Mount' Hod circle, Neighbors of Woodcraft. d strict officers and.""""'""1 '". m, ivun teams will put on work next Tues day evening. All members are urged to attend. ..". Officers and Guard clA will hold a card party at the home of Mrs. William ,H.Brenning. 33 : We-t Church street, Tuesday, promptly at 2 P.M. There will be prizes and refresh ments. St. Johns car to Interstate avenue. - . - .The 'American Legion auxiliary will serve a chicken dinner Thurs day from 11 to 2 o'clock in the legion clubrooms. On Tuesday the auxiliary will hold its birthday party at the home of Mrs. P. 1. Bodway, Whltwood court, Linnton. Luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock, and members whose birthdays come in October, November and December will be honor guests. Reservations should be made by calling Walnut 7195 or Walnut 1953 before 10 A. M. and after 5 P. M. " Take bus on Oak street, near Park at 11:15 'A M. . -The next regular meeting of the Tuesday Afternoon club will be at the home of the president, Mrs. Harry E. Chipman, on January 2, 1923. The last meeting of the club was at - the home of Mrs. A. L. George, when members were enter tained at luncheon and enjoyed a delightful programme following. The Democratic Woman's club will .reet Thursday afternoon at 2 P. M. in room A of central library. The ..pic for the afternoon will be "Vnnvr -Voiit Industries." and the and the! .1. " .V'. T j ..i... will be heard:. - Our I-ldustries," Mrs. L. C. Ollrtiss; j "lndu-rUl Condition W. E spe.rftt-rv Central Labor council: Uborfc Laws.' Mrs. Alice N. McNaught; "Lavti ' Regulating Factory Conditions. ' Mrs. ! Luta Walsh; 'Workmen's Compensation i Law," Miu Louise. Palmer Webber; 1 "lducation&l . Assistance of the State in Arricu ture, ; Manufacture and Com- merce," Mrs. fc. K. Pastrouich ol sons. Mrs Morgan Kowle. croun The regular monthly card party from San Francisco, where she lost her studio and aH it contained in the earthquake. For all of her work Mifs O'Ryan secures a copyright or a gn patent. Although the name ui.e which she works is Lille V. O Ryan, that is her aiaidtn name, and she is in reality Mrs. L. A. Klein. Concerning her artistic education. Miss O'Ryan said when questioned on the subject: "Of course I received it all in the United States. and under some of the greatest masters of art .too. When people say that I should claim to have received my artistic education abroad, I tell them that is bosh." When asked whether she preferred to make portraits or to model figures. Miss O'Ryan said it was all the same to her, regard less of the medium, as long as she was doing artistic work. of Astra circle No. 152 will be held Thursday evening in the Neighbors of Woodcraft building, Tenth and Taylor streets. Prizes will be given and a good attendance is expected. The public is invited. The first of a series of concerts by the Gir Reserves' Dramatic club, under the direction of Mrs. Everett Marshall Hurd, will be given Friday evening, December 15, at Vernon school. Two plays will be given. "Snow White and Seven Dwarfs" has 11 characters: Queen, Grace Pidcoe; Princess, Violet Ackerman; f,rincue' ,Ma"ri?e Cannon; Huntsman, nie Shannan; First Dwarf, Virginia Trask; Second Dwarf, Elizabeth Dow; Third Dwarf, Geraldine Grigs by; Fourth Dwarf, -Cathryn McBride; Fifth Dwarf, Ruth Clark; Sixth. Dwarf, Lucile. The second play a Mother Goose d ' Merr man . has a cast of seven. Mfsa 'W,M; unver; Mrs. Jack Sprat, Margaret Cowell; Jack Sprat, Clyde Carlton: King Cole, Raymond Shank, and the fiddlers three: Helen Creitz will give a violin solo and a group of children will be presented In esthetic dance num bers. The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Women's league was held Tuesday at its rooms in the Eiiers building. During the social hour Mrs. P. Hogen and 'Mrs. E. A. MoGrath acted as hostesses. - Mrs. E. J. Waights and Mrs. M. .J. Mc Kiernan poured. Th.-r household committee was gratif ed with the results of the rumms-.ge sale. The funds w'li be used to make much needed imnrove menU In the rest room and to re plenish the supply of cutlery and a f . .... mil., i.aiii.auuu VUIIimiLlKB is busy on a Christmas programme. Any of the members or friends who i re willing to help toward the J charitable endeavors of the league during the Christmas season can do so b. contr'buting Christmas bas kets .toward same, or in "filling" the o ders contained in the letters received from the cnildren in the orDnau nomes. Many kii vuau nuiucn. iia.iiy vytji c maun j Vv nrt n-,.., n .'iua Anyore wishing t0 he the c airman of the w . . . . elp can call welfare com- i mit.ee. walnut J-JJZ. Haseball Fine for Lungs. "Do -you regard baseball ' healthful game, doctor?" "Well. I should say it ought to do a great deal toward trengthen- - ing people's lungs.''