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Bom—Thursday, April £C to
Miss Helen Porterfield
Mr. und Mrs. Martin Christnson, a Wednesday night with
F Y O U want exceptional clothes
satisfaction, you'll find it to your
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now fo r y o u r n e w S p rin g su it
tailored to your individual order by
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Just compare the quality o f our
tailored-to-order clothes—point for
point in finish, fit and fabric and
you’ll make your selection here at
We announce that Mrs. W. Lewis
Rose, Wigrich Ranche, has been
appointed local chairman of Buena
Vista and Hopville districts for the
Woman's National Defense. We
Mr. and Mrs. Eston Bevens and
are pleased lo state that there was Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Turner at
a very successful' meeting at the tended the picture show “ The Beast
Hopville school i house Tuesday of Berlin” at Albany Monday even-
evening. Mrs. Rose presided and | ing.
explained to all present the object
Mrs. Ellen Snyder arrived from
of this organization; also Major
Rose, captain of the Home Defense visiting her daughter at Vancouver,
Guard for these districts, urgently Wash., on Tuesday to visit her
appealed to the men present the daughter, Mrs. Abe Porter.
necessity of joining and recruiting
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Porter land
for the Home Guard.
family spent Sunday at the Robert
Conkey & Walker
DRESSES IN PARIS
Two Materials Are Still Used to Make
One Frock— Embroidery Is Much
Used for Trimming.
Mrs H. A Childs was here from
At a plnce where about one hun
J. W. Kirkland and son, P. M., dred and fifty frocks were shown every
one was marked by that hallmark of
■re in Albany Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Chown and son,
Ernest, accompanied by Mr. and
j Mrs. Ralph Porterfield motored to
! Albany Monday evening and at-
“The Beast of Berlin.” It was a
| splendid picture.
W e will deliver you
at a price that you never
thought possible to secure.
Mrs. Dcllu Miller and children
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Chown were
went to Falls City Thurgylay to at Wednesday evening cullers at the
tend the Sunday School convention E. M. Lichty home.
and returned on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tann moved
Rev. Long and Mrs. S. C. Koliets to Wigrich from Parker last week.
of Falls City were in the Valley
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tann spent
Tuesday evening with their daugh
Mrs. Nellie visited with Mrs. H. C. ter, Mrs. George DeForest.
Nina and Helen Porterfield spent
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sullivan Monday evening with their Grand
visited the first of the week with mother" Porterfield.
her sister, Mrs. B. F. West.
M. M. Porterfield underwent an
F. L Miller was at the store Tues- operation at a Portland hospital
last week. He is getting along
School w ill be out Friday, May
Miss Hazel Porterfield is in Port
land visiting and at the bedside of
Jim Price of Hoskins was at the
Mr. and Mrs. F. L Chown and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sullivan vis
Ernest , spent Sunday evening and
ited Monday evening with Mr. and
Sunday with friends and relatives
Theodore Miller is on the sick
Mr. H. Eighmey spent Sunday In
r I* •. NI Off
W hy Not Do Likewise?
The following resolution aimed
to stam out gossip, was adopted at
a county W. C. T. U. institute held
in St. Edward, Neb., and also at a
meeting of the local union at A l
bion: “ Resolved, That we desire to
mother a new department, the aim
of which sliaR be to suppress all
gossip, or repetition of unkindly
reports, knowing Hint such conduct
is unwomanly, un-Christian and iu-
tejnperute, and is a destroyer of
good influence, both of a Union apd
personally. Be it further resolved,
that when we cannot speak well of
a person, we will hold our peace,
knowing the efficiency of many a
worker lias been lessened ' by
little dresses In blaFk cfepe de cB ae
With dawn and gray embroideries ar
Impressions. The sleeveless pinafore
tunic with wide shoulders and loose
sash belt is general. Sashes, loose belts
and girdles are common. Short sleeves
are h s general as long ones, especially
for the young.
flen ch taste In clothes— simplicity, ob-
NEWSPAPER IN OLDEN TIMES
a Parts eorrespondent. Tallor-
[Minion W. McLeod has entered
nitiles, little dresses, dinner gowns,
naval officers’ training camp.
were all simple; exaggerations were
not to he found. Black silk Jersey was
Dr. R. E. Dugnnne, Dentist, Inde- much used for tailor-mades, with long
ndenee National Bank Building. waistcoats of embroidered linen, the
neatest o f these being a white one fine
drs. It. K. Coffey of Portland was ly embroidered In jet bends. Skirts
• guest of friends here a few are short and slim, coats are either
redlngote or short, the three-quarter
i coat being nowhere. There are pockets
and buttons, hut the pockets do not
Irs. A. Rich of Seattle is visit* bulge; they Ue flat and have but
• her parents, Mr and Mrs. Win. toned back flaps.
Collars are no longer Important for
size, but there are some well-cut shawl
Void has iieen received of the collars on the coats, some o f which run 1
i> arrival of Marvin Richardson off Into n walsthelt and button behind. \
Beige, sand eolor, gray, nnvy blue and
black are the colors for tailored suits;
seme show practically no trimming ex
raven & Huff have received a cept in the wnlstcoat, or In pockets
pment of front and rear Mazda and buttons. Basques show a slight*
ips for automobiles.
fullness on the hips, and skirts look
"Telephone message for you, sir.”
even narrower than they are, as they
“ What Is It?”
Ir. and Mrs. II. it. Patterson and often have a deep hidden plait.
Little dresses of all kinds are shown
“ Lot says that he doesn’t want any
min and Mrs Ilosford of Port
il visited relatives here Sunday. this season, from the most simple of thing printed about his w ife turning
country frocks In linen to the most to salt.
He says that It Is a family
elaborate town dress In taffetas, crepe • affair, nnd doesn’t In any way concern
r. II. C. Dunsmore will make
de chine, silk crepons and mousseline the public.”
address at the union memorial de sole. Tw o materials are still used
decs which will be held at the to make one frock, and embroidery Is
on Sunday morning, May 2(1. much used for trimming. A favorite
NOT AFRAID OF OUTLOOK
music will I k * directed by Mrs. embroidery Is gray Angora mixed with
CASH OR TRADE
Emmons home in Buena Vista.
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With which Type fo r
TH E P O ST IS SET.
1 O u r Job
| Departm ent
« n i l thprn» a r * s t n m » *— • J
H E French o f today
famous as pastry
makers, but they would
not now think o f using the crude methods pic
tured here that were employed by them some
centuries ago. They, like ourselves, must have a
in order to produce the toothsome dainties that are
demanded. Our customers tell us that our pastries are
always as good and frequently better than the home
kind. The secret is baking genius plus modem equipment
an d cleanliness a rt the tw in mottoes
o f this battery at all times.
“ So you're actually going to marry
young Spender I Why, there’s nothing
to him hut his follies and a big hank
“ Wall, you can rely on roe to change
“ Little Miss
the Sunny Side f m
Is fu lly equipped to do you r p rin tin g at the v e ry lowest
prices consistent w ith good w ork. W 6 have the v e ry
latest typ e faces and ether m aterials. Call and look our
samples over. W e are sure you w ill be delighted w ith
them. I f you are in need o f—
Or any other p rin tin g g iv e us a tria l and
regret it. W e can save you money.
you w ill not
The Polk County Post j
Independence 9 Oregon.
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