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Wednesday, April 24th , 1935

NOTICE TO TEACERS and STUDENTS:-

(Please read to your FOURTH Period Classes)

 ASSEMBLY NOTICE 
The Girls League is sponsoring an assembly for the entire school tomorrow, Thursday, at 11:00 A.M. Kindly inform your Period IV  - today. Students must sit with their own class groups. Roll is to be taken as usual.

ETHEL M. ROBINSON
A.R. VEENKER 
Vice-Principals

The program is under the direction of Mrs. Mary Charles, Captain of the Woman's Air Reserve. She will present the  following, who are active in aviation:-

Matilde Moisant  - Second Woman in the United States to receive a pilot's license 
Fretto Bell - (License 29820) Youngest woman pilot in the United States
Hilda Jarmouth - Hawaiian Flier 
Winiferd Jarret - Santa Monica Pilot 
Eileen Curley - Lieutenant-Woman's Air Reserve
Lt. Emma McNair Kitteredge, M.D - First woman to be examiner for air pilots - also Flight Surgeon of Woman's Air Reserve
Katherine Cheung- Only Chinese girl holding pilot's license
Betty Cage - Santa Monica High

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West Ebell Club
1717 West 47th Street~
Phone Vermont 4849
Los Angeles

January 1935  [[image]]] MORE LIGHT  W E [[/image]]  January 1935
Life 
The Bliss of Growth 
The Glory of Action
The Splendor of Beauty

OFFICERS
Mrs. Maude R. Newell - - - - - - -  President
Mrs. Doris E West - - -  First Vice President
Mrs. Zetta N. Hagey - - Second Vice President
Mrs. A.L Haney - - - - -  Recording Secretary
Mrs. J.C. Hitly - - - Corresponding Secretary
Mrs. Homer C. Lash - - - - - -General Curator
Mrs. F. N. Childers - - - - - - - - Treasurer

DIRECTORS
Mrs. F. H. Dolan 
Mrs. E. A. Lyon
Mrs. Chas. L. Murphy
Mrs. A.L Philips 
Mrs. George W. Fahrman


Club
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Charlton, Guy E. 
Carpenter, Arthur A.
Johns Llywolaf
Johnson, Percy H. 
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Pyles, Jay F. 
Steelhead, Bert W.
Thomas, George H. 

COMMITTEES 
Program - J. F. Pyles, Chairman; and rest of club of call
Interclub Relations- F. A. Peet, Chairman; Paul Smith, Ralph Moore.
Underprivileged Child- A.W. Clark Chairman; Mark Collins, Lee V. Lawhead. 
Public Affairs- R.W Longman, Chairman; H. Berg Floyd Peet.
Attendance- Stuart Collins, Chairman; L. K. Harris, Earl Shook.
Business Standards- George H. Thomas, Chairman; W. W. Crippen Ralph W. Moore.
Reception- Don Stewart, Chairman; Bert Steelhead, Harold Wakeman
Entertainment - Fay Tinker, Chairman; Paul Reed, Joe Blanger.
Finance- Guy Carlton, Chairman; Theo Belanger, 
C.C Stewart, Guy Carlton.
Classification.. and.. Membership - Phil. Belanger, Chairman; Bernard Anawalt, Joe Belanger.
Boy Scouts - Paul Smith, Chairman ; Al Sullivan, Harold Wakeman.
Sports- Dr. L. Johns, Chairman; Bernard Anawalt, Al Sullivan. 
Sergeant-at-arms- Earl Shook.
Song Leader- Bernard Anawalt. 
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L.A. STORE ENTRY IN WOMAN'S AIR RACE

B.H Dyas Co. has an interesting aeronautical window display in connection with the national air races at Cleveland, in which a Swallow monoplane, powered with a Kinner motor and emblazoned with the name and standard of the Dyas store, will be piloted by Mary Charles of Los Angeles.
The display includes one of the new three-blade propellers a new type landing wheel and parts of a Kinner motor. Miss Charles will start on the air derby at Municipal airport Sunday which is a flight from Los Angeles to Cleveland, and throughout the races will advertise Los Angeles and the Dyas 
store with her plane. She learned to fly at Clover field, Santa Monica, and the plane she will use in the air derby was assembled locally. The Dyas window display attracted much attention from shoppers today and the store officials announced they would receive daily news of the races for the information of the public.

Aviatrix
Photo shows Mary Charles, licensed woman pilot, who will fly the Dyas christened plan in Los Angeles to Cleveland stop race starting Aug. 21.
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