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[served by the hostess to the follow Warner, Mr. ind Mrs. Carl Witte, cuds and dancing. Refreshments
ing guests and club members: Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. Fred Anderson, Mr. were served at a late hour.
lima Beuger, Mrs. Byrnes, Miss sud Mr*. Voetor Kein, Mr. and Mrs.
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Lula Currin, Miss —
Silsby, I Harold Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. Merville
Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Boy
Short a group of friends on Friday
With Phillips hall transformed
into a gay pirate ship a week ago Eunice VanDenburg, Mrs. Clara son and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Leonard, night entertained with a eovered
supper, he following enjoying
Tuesday night members of Tangle
Powell, * the last if the enjoyable occasions. the affair with the Shorts: Mr.
foot club enjoyed the last of the W. E. Lebow, Mrs. Alfred
and Mrs. C. C. Cruson, Mr. and
series of five dances given during Mrs. Hiram Griggs, ”
the fall and winter months. Each W’heeler, Mrs. H. A. Miller, Mrs. I Friends of Miss Hildred Hall, Mrs. J. T. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
man, as he entered the hall was O. W. Hays, Mrs. F. E Dickson and who graduated from high school George Proctor, Dr. and Mrs. H.
here and who ias lioce been attenu- W. Tiiu», Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Helli
presented with a sash, sabers and Mrs Elbert Bede.
ing University of Oregon, will be well, Mr. and Mrs. 8. 8. LasswelL
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guns and each woman received a
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Dancing and cards entertained a interested to know that Miss Hall
red handkerchief for her hair to
Hostesses for the meeting of the
carry out the piratical effect. Punch group of friends whom Charles H. will present her senior class of
was served in bottles over a bar. Burkholder invited to his home Fri music students in recital in alumnae Ladies’ Aid of the Presbyterian
Serving on the committee were Mrs. day night for a social evening. hall at the Women’s building at church next Wednesday afternoon
W. A. Garoutte, Mrs. Karl K. Mills, Those invited were Mr. and Mrs. the University on February 13. Miss will be Mrs. M. P. Garoutte, Mrs.
Mrs. C. C. Cruson, Mrs. N. J. Nelson Ivan Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hall recently presented her younger Anna J. Gowdy, Mrs. J. P. Currin
Jr., and Mrs. J. T. Smith. A num Witte, Miss Eliae Price, Miss class of pupils in recital at the and Mrs. W. J. White.
ber of other dances will bo given Marian White, Miss Eva Russell, home of Mrs. A. C. Dixon, inviting
The Constellation club met yes
bj the club during the spriug and Miss Ruth Phelps, Miss Margaret it> the mothers of the young music
early summer, one of which will be Galloway, Miss Bethel Gowdy, Miss ians and a few friends for the terday afternoon with Mrs. George
A. Proctor Jr., Mrs. C. 8. Roberts
a hard times ball. Mrs. K. K. Mills Eunice VanDenburg, Miss Dorris affair.
and Miss Margaret Galloway as
was elected president of the club to Sikes, Ren Sanford, Dale Wyatt,
Miss Mildred Bennett, daughter hostesses.
secceed Mrs. Geoige McQueen, who Ned Irwin, Van Beatty, Dr. H. A.
Hagen, Cecil Caldwell and Georg of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bennett,
celebrated her ninth birthday an
'.he Foreign Missionary society
of the Mitho hst church met Wed
Mrs. 8. V. Allison was a grac
party to which she invited her nesday afternoon at the C. E.
ious hostess last Friday night, in
A congenial group of young mar grandmother,
Umphrey home on Quincy avenue.
viting in a number of guests to ried people have organized the 8.
enjoy the evening which she plan T. & 8. club and are meeting from and Miss Donna Bartell, Genevieve
Mrs. E. J. Howe entertained with
ned for members of the Joker club. time to time for social evening.»
Following the evening of five hun- In the o gri'ip are Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Louise Wynne, Ellen Hurly, a five o’clock dinner Sunday after
Vera Scott, Evelyn Hayes, Harriet noon for Agnes Galdabini, Echo
dred and music, refreshments were Victor
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jors, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ostrander
and Erma Bennett.
Zysett and Mabel Coons. '
Dainty refreshments were served
by Mrs. Bennett.
Many pretty gifts were received
by the small hostess.
A few friends surprised Mrs. N.
Presbyterian Church—Rev. A. R.
DeYoung and Fred Anderson Batur Spearow, pastor. Sunday school at
day night on the occasion of the 10, morning hour at 11, junior En
birthday anniversary of the two. deavor at 3, senior Endeavor at
Mrs. DeYoung received a leather
hand bag and Mr. Anderson a smok 0:30, evening service at 7:30.
ing set. The following were guests:
Methodist Church—Rev. J. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Culver, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Meeks, Mr. and Mrs. Ebert, pastor. Bunday school St
Albert Anderson, Mrs. Ida Veatch, 0:45; classes for all ages. Morning
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Mrs. worship at 11, junior league at 3,
at 6:30, evening ser-
aun, i I Epworth
J. Q. Willets, Mrs. Carrie Ferguson,
* Sanders, Mr. vice at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. G.
and Mrs. Victor Kem and Mr. and
Christian Church, the ‘ ‘ home-like ’ ’
Mrs. Carl Witte
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church—J. E. Carlson, minister. Bible
Honoring Charles Spray
and school at 0:45. Communion and ser-
Hurry Skilling, who left early Mon-Inion by pastoi at 11, junior church at
day morning for Sun Francisco to 111, intermediate and senior C. E. at
start a four year training period in 6:30, evening worship at 7:30. Good
the Navy Misses Pearl and Crystal singing.
Robinson entertained a few friends 1
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Sunday night, among them being
- | Seventh Day Adventist Church—
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lusk,^Dons
| West Main street. Services every
Holdonnan, Dollie Pitcher, Evelyn Snturday. Sabbath school at 10,
Veatch, Patricia Scott, of Portland, l> | I church
• service at 11; prayer rneet-
Cleo Morelock, Harold Whitlock, ' ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
George and Harvey Robinson and
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Charles Spray and Harry Skilling.
Baptist Church—Rev. H. B. Iler,
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pastor. Services held regularly every
A Valentine motif was carried Lord’s day. Buaday school at 10,
out in the decorations used by Mrs. morning service at 11, B. "
Roy Short this week when she en at 6:30, evening service at 7:30.
tertained M. P. G. club. The table Prayer meeting Thursday evenings
where a delightful lunch was served at 7:30.
was centered with u doll dressed in
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red while at the place of each
Christian Science Church—Corner
guest was a tiny doll, a replica of
tlie other. Mrs. Robert Quigley was of Jefferson avenue and Second
an invited guest. Mrs. Elbert Smith
. services at 11 a. m.
will be hostess for the club at the | Wednesday services at 7:30 p. m.
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Many persons in this city will I
be interested in the marriage Tues *>--------------------------------------------
day iu Portland of Rowe D. Ken
nedy, graduate of Cottage Grove
high school and for several years
ii resident of this city, to Miss
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Bosse Bush. After leaving Cottage
Feb. 6.—Mr. and M tb . Alfred
Grove Mr. Kennedy went east and Williams, of Row River, spent Wed
studied architecture, i, in which pro- uesday night at the È. S. Ward
fession he is now prominent in I home.
' ‘ in Cor
Rev. W. J. Large canto up from
Portland. His parents reside
Eugene Wednesday and called on
<$> <S> <$>
I friends nt Doren-i, returning to Eu
Besides the members of Tillicuin gene Thursday,
club Mrs. J. Q. Willets invited in
Edwin Redford returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meeks, Mrs. rlhursday after visiting for several
Carrie Hemenway, Dale Hawkins I days with his wife in Çottage
and Cecil Caldwell to share the I Grove,
evening’s entertainment on Wednes-
Chalise Ward has been confined
day night. After an ovening of to his home for several days on ac-
Five Hundred delicious refresh count of grippe,
meats were served. Mr. and Mrs.
The young people of the neighbor-
Clnude Kurre will he hosts for the | hood enjoyed another of their get-
A steak—a chop—a
Itogether parties at the hall Friday
next gathering of the club.
roast—a stew or a
I night. They all report a good crowd
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fowl? Whatever you
Freshmen and sophomores of the I *“ attendance and a most enjoyable
decide on, you can shut
high school will be guests tonight P*1“*-
debatrig tenia* rrom Cottage
your eyes and rest
at a "hick" party staged by the
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the affirmative, consisting
juniors and seniors. Moose hall will |
assured you will get
be the scene of the gathering, Xi"
... | °f Effie Hopper and Nellie Stewari
the choicest and best
though details of the affair have and the negative of Wayne Veatch
at this meat market.
met at Dorena
been kept secret by the committees, | . and
We have only
an enjoyable time is promised all | , .
mght t in debate . The
|subject was: "R
'»rndo- the highest.
direct primary law should be re
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pealed,'' the boys getting a 2 to 1
All members of the Social Twelve decision over the girls.
were present Thursday afternoon of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Du.uewood
lust week for the meeting of the were week end visitor* at the Joe
Damewood home at Wildwood.
Miller. Needlework and converea
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McLin and
tion filled in the afternoon hours children spent Sunday with friends
at the end of which the hostess m Saginaw.
served a delicious lunch.
Wayne Kirk has purchased a new
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Mrs. H. A. Miller was a delight
H. S. Cline came home Thursday
ful hostess Tuesday afternoon for fioin Bohemia, where ne has been
Ln Comas club. Mrs. —
Roy Romaine employed at the Evening Star mine. ;
of Portland was an invited guest.
Roy Garoutte and Charlie McLiuc
Mrs. G. B. Pitcher will entertain hunted cuttle at Row River Satur j
the club at its noxt meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shearer were
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Bunday evening guests of Mr. and
A number of friends and neigh
burs gut lu red at the farm home of Mrs. Glen Scott.
Herman Rudolph Saturday night for
hl enjoyable evening spent with
When going East you may include
(Special to The Sentinel.)
that longed for trip to California at
Feb. 7.—Mrs. C. A. Harlow via-
practically no additional cost.
lited the week end with Mrs. Ida
You may choose one of several de
lightful routes each distinctive in
Ruby and Loyde Arrington, of
Disstoa, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Pitcher
We have purchase«! 122,000 and
son Francis and Donald Owen
Then, too, you have liberal »top
pair U. S. Army Munson last I were Sunday visitors at the Oral
shoes, sizes 5*,2 to 12, which Sallee home.
Four "Shasta Route" trains are
was the entire surplus stock of Mr. 8. K. Busick returned to his
at your service every day.
in Roseburg Wednesday, after
lone of the largest U. S. govern home
several weeks at Star vis
Let your local ticket agent fur
ment shoe contractors. This spending
iting his daughter, Mrs. Joe Smith.
nish detailed information, time ta
! shoe is guaranteed 100% sttlid Genevieve and Leonard Pouquette,
bles and booklets, or write
¡leather, color dark tan, bellows of Dorvna, were Sunday visitor* at
JOHN M. SCOTT
tongue, dirt and waterproof. the J. H. Spahr home.
Hatfield has been quite aick
General Passenger Agent
The actual value of this shoe the C. past
is $6. Owing to thia tremen Mr. and Mr*. Joe Wicks and son i
dous buy we can offer same to Junior, of Row River, visited Mon *
■the public at.
$2 95; day at the home of his sister, Mrs. i
A Good Tune to Visit
Send correct size. Pay postman Little Charlie Smith returned to
on delivery or send money or his home in Cottage Grove after a
der. If shoes ar<> not as repre visit of ten dny* with his aunt, Mrs. j
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sented we will cheerfully re Miles Pitcher.
Mrs. Lillie Owen visited Sunday
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Friday, Feb. 9—Katherine McDonald
in “The Infidel.”
Larry Senion comedy, “The Suitor.”
Saturday, Feb. 10—Dorothy Phillips
in “Ilurrican’s Gal.”
St. .John comedy, “All Wet,” and Mutt
Sunday-Monday, Feb. 11-12—John M.
Stahl’s greatest production, “One Clear
Call.” A surge of action—a glimpse in
Comedy, “The Cabby.’
Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 13-14—“The
Queen of Sheba,” a historical romance of
the queen of Sheba and King Solomon.
The queen saves her people from destruc
tion and proffers her love to Solomon
through gratitude for his aid in distress.
Spectacular picture of ancient Judea.
Comedy, “He Got It.”
Thursday, Feb. U>—Herbert Rawlinson
in “One Wonderful Night.”
Screen and International News.
Friday, Feb. 16—Helene Chadwick and
Richard Dix in “Yellow Men and Gold.”
Lure of buried treasure, romance of mys
Harold Lloyd comedy, “Get Out and
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