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2:00 Call to order.
2:30 "The Spirit of Aviation" exemplified by Group of Women Pilots from "Ninety-Nine" Club, a club formed of all Licensed Women Aviators.
Mrs. Mary Charles, U.S. Pilot No. 1750... Master of Ceremonies
Matilde Moisant, U. S. Pilot No. 44, second woman to receive license in United States. License applies to both men and women.
Clema Granger, Governor of South West Section of "Ninety-Nine" Club
Gladys O'Donnel, National Vice-President of Club.
These Speakers will give high lights and experiences of their life in Aviation.


2:00 Call to order.
2:30 Our Gymnasium Class will present the Program, featuring the Anvil Chorus, Callisthenic Rotation Drill, Tap Dancing, Folk Dancing and Grace and Rhythm via Dumb Bell Drill.
Miss Lillian Hayes... Master of Ceremonies

January 22nd-
2:00 Call to Order.
2:30 World Events as Mirrored in Current Literature... Mr.s Jack Vallely

January 29th-
2:00 Call to Order.
2:30 Reminescences of Early California Days by Native Daughters of West Ebell
Book Review- "San Francisco"... by Mrs. B. Woodard
Whistling Duet...Mrs. Hilda Hofer and Mrs. Barbara Robinet
Accompanied by-Lilly C. Kracke

Wednesday, April 24th, 1935.

( Please read to your FOURTH period Classes )
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.


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

Matilda Moisant- Second Woman in the United States to receive a pilot's license
Pretto Bell - (License 29820) Youngest woman pilot in the United States
Hilda Jarmouth - Hawaiian Flier
Winnifred Jarrett- Santa Monica Pilot
Eileen Curley - Lieutenant-Women's Air Reserve 
Lt. Emma McNair Kittredge, M. D. - First woman to be appointed by U. S. Government as medical examiner for air pilots - also Flight Surgeon of Women's Air Reserve
Katherine Cheung- Only Chinese girl holding pilot's license 

Club Notes

Be sure and set aside Club Day, Tuesday, January the 8th, to enjoy "AVIATION DAY." A group of famous United States Pilots are to present the program. We will not only enjoy the thrill of going "up in the air" with them, but they will also tell us of the desires of Women in Aeronautics.
Mrs. G. W. Blatherwick and Mrs. Talmadge Y. Dickey will be Speakers during Federation Hour, January 22nd. Subject-"Indian Welfare."
Members may use their regular guest tickers for Mrs. Vallely's Program.
Mrs. Gaylord, our Instructor for Bible Department, will be with us on January 29th instead of 1st Tuesday.
"The Whistling Duet" on California History and Landmarks Program are Radio Artists.
Food Sale, Home Cooked-in Lobby, January 22nd.


Luncheon served in the dining room every Tuesday at 1 P.M. Make reservations not later than Monday noon with either: Make reservations not later than Monday noon with either: Mrs. Mary Houck, GR. 4269; Mrs. W. L. Brown, AX. 2288, or Mrs. Alfred L. Carr, NO. 5437.
Mrs. Emma L. Murphy will be chairman in dining room during January:
January 8th-Mrs. Burton B. Crane
January 15th-Mrs. J.K. Clark
January 22nd-Mrs H. W. Faul
January 29th-Mrs. W.J. Lee

Non-Reducing and Delightfully Appetizing-Followed by an afternoon of entertainment-CARDS-PRIZES. Tickets 50 cents.
First Call for payment of dues this year. Payable to Treaurer, Mrs. F. N. Childers, 1541 West 47th St., or Assistant Treasurer, Mrs. Wm Watson, 1328 So. Genesee.
The South West Floral Company know exactly how to arrange beautiful baskets of flowers and how West Ebell does enjoy them, and we also appreciate their courtesy of placing them on our platform every week.

L.A Store Entry In Women's Air Race
B.H. Dyas Co. has an interesting window display in connection with the national air races at Cleveland, in which a Swallow monoplane, powered with a Kinner motto 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 in the air derby at Municipal airport Sunday, which is a fight 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.

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