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ENTERTAIN Bringing back to some ex-servicemen a memory of. the 'army and navy 'days they
spent in the Hawaiian islands is this group pf yoting hula dancers: The girls, all students of
Sally Hilt's . dancing class,; were among the entertainers at the American Legion's big Christ
mas party held luesday night in the armory. I hey are varolee Kuthertord, rrieda ruilmer,
Margaret Taylor and Lillian Woolsy. (Picture ' by Paul Jenkins).
80CIETY HAS HOLIDAY
PROGRAM AND MEETING
- The - Baptist Woman's Society
met Thursday In the church par
lors for a one o'clock luncheon
with members of .Marion Beebe
circle as hostesses and Mrs. Fred
Lumm, Mrs. Sig Madson and
Mrs. N. E. Jacobson as chair
, Mrs. Harry F. Hatfield, presi
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dent, '. conducted . the . meeting,
which opened with group sing
ing and was followed by Mrs.
C. H. . Wickham presenting the
devotions and Mrs. James Richie
reading the ' scripture lesson.
Mrs. R. D. Knigge presented a
solo and Mrs. , Clarence Mohley,
assisted by Mrs. Bobbie Hughes,
Mrs. Sig Madson and Mrs. Ruth
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sirable fabrics, and fashions designed to be practical as
well as attractive. Pajamas combined with a wash
able brunch coat are ideal for lounging yet
practical. Shorty gowns ore always popu
lar especially in wonderful jersey
and on all, lace does fashion
Mrs. Hollingsworth read a let
ter of thanks from Rev. W. T.
Willis for articles sent to the mis
sion in Larry, Okla., and to the
Sunshine Mission In Arizona. The
next meeting will be January 19
at the church parlors. u wom
en of the church are Invited as
the work for the new year will
be started: -
RIDDLE JOBS DAUGHTERS
VESPER SERVICE HELD
AT DAYS CREEK CHURCH
Riddle Bethel No. 39, Daugh
ters of Job presented vesper serv
ice Sunday afternoon,, Dec. IS at
tne uays ureeK cnurcn. Honor
ed Queen, Barbara Snyder pre
sided and brought the Christmas
fstory. A Christmas message was
given by Kev. Levi White.
The program Inc.uded the pro
cessional, a choir number and
invocation by Rev. White. Miss
Snyder sang a vocal numDer Iol-
lowed by a choir medlev of car
ols; a prayer by the chaplain,
Bertha Mae Asoev: choir num.
ber and a vocal solo, "The Lord's
Prayer" by Ralph Martin. The
Christmas message, duet, and
benediction preceded the reces.
Priscilla Pruner was pianist;
Klcnard bnyder and Bruce mom
gren, ushers; Sue Smale and Lois
Laubach, usherettes. Mrs. L. U.
Walsh is guardian of the bethel;
Guy McGee, associate guardian
and Mrs. Uuy McGee, director
GOLD STAR MOTHERS
AT CLOAKE RESIDENCE
Gold Star Mothers Inc. held
their Christmas party and busi
ness meeting, December 16 at
2 p.m., at, the home 'of Lucio
Cloake on Calkins road. Gifts
were exchanged and a talk was
given on a recent trip to Camp
White by Mrs. Myrtle walker
Mrs. Minnie Noyer, Mrs. Iva
Van Noy, Mrs. Ollva Clarke and
Mrs. Martha Wells.
The Holly sale and Christmas
bazaar were also reported upon
and plans completed for the
Christmas party at the Veterans
hospital. The next meeting was
announced lor January lb at i
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Marriage Licenses Issued
Roswell Judson Lockwood and Es
ther Carrie Rebstock, both of
rence A. Burns, Coos Bay and
Varda Kesterson, North Bend.
D. Sudbury, Roseburg, and Vir-
gle Henderson Ousley, Portland.
COP DIRECTS STORK
WASHINGTON -OH Police
man Clifton I. Panclera was di
recting traffic. A woman came
up and told him her daughter
was about to have a baby.
Panclera tried to flag a cab to
take her to the hospital. But they
were all full. So he gave a boy
a dime to telephone for an am
bulance, i 1
He went to the home and .found
the baby was due to arrive any
minute, which it did, with Pan
ciera doing "what, they told me
In rookie school,"
IMPORTANT MEETING j
The Dupervocs of the Horizon
club held an important business
meeting Monday to make plans
to go caroling Friday night at
seven-thirty o'clock. The group
spent the social hour practicing
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DR. MORRIS ROACH j
Sets Christmas Program1
Christmas will be observed
Sunday with special programs at
the First Presbyterian church. At
11 a.m. Dr. Morris H. Poach will
bring a Christmas message, en
titled "Christmas Morning." An
octet will sing "Thou Didst Leave
War Hero's Wift Killed
In Automobile Crash
SOCORRO, N. M., Dec. 22.'
H Mrs. Richard F. Bracken
ridge, wife of a Parkland, Wash.,
war hero, was killed Tuesday in
an auto accident near Socorro.
State police said she apparent
ly fell asleep while driving. The
auto left the road and nit a
The woman's husband, winner
of .the .Navy cross and congres
sional medal of honor, received
a broken right , thigh. . Their
daughter, Sally, 2J, was unhurt.
Breckenridge is in the School
of Mines, hospital. His. condition
is serious. .
Thy' Throne," by Matthews.
At 8 p.m. the choir, directed
by Miss Gloria Wunch, will pre
sent a program of Christmas folk
carols. Mrs. Homer, Grow will be
the organist. The Scott string
quartet, as guests of the choir,
will present several selections.
The program will be as fol
lows: Organ vesper, "The Birth
day of a King," Neidllnger, play
ed' by Mrs. Grow; "The West
minster Carol," old French, by
the choir), invocation, Dr. Roach.
The choir will sing "O Come,
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O Come Immanuel," Gregorian,
eighth century; "Come, All Ye
Shepherds," Moravian Melody,
1750; "What Child Is This?" old
English, followed by scripture
and prayer by the pastor, and
offertory, played by Mrs. Grow.
Then the choir will sing "My
Sheep Were Grazing," German,
17th century; "The Sleep of the
Child Jesus," old French noel;
"March of the Three Kings,"
Provencal, 13th century.
The Scott string quartet will
play "On Wings of Song," Men
" THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
To our old customers . . . our old friends of years' standing
and to our newer customers who, in the course of coming
years, we hope will become old customers and old friends
To all whose friendship and good will have helped to eep
the wheels turning and to mae our Christmas more
thoroughly enjoyable, we say, Than you sincerely and
, We wish you a real Mary Christmas and a bright, happy
and prosperous Tew Tear. " '
delssohn; "Andante Con Moto,"
from the Fifth Symphony, Beet
hoven; and "Molto Lento," Opu
17 No. 2, Rubinstein. ...
The choir will conclude with
"Ukranian Carol," (Ring Christ
mas Bells) by M. Leontovich;
"Rise Up, Shepherds, an' Fol
ler," Negro spiritual; and "A
Joyful Christmas Song," Fran- '
cois A. Gevaert.
Rev. Mr. Roach will pronounce
the benediction, which will be
followed by the postlude, "Ado.
remus Te" by Palestrlna, played
by Mrs. Grow.