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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1924
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tiring officers, Mrs. Metcalf, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stevens and I
Burkholder and Mrs. Frost, were Mr. and Mrs. David Sterling enter
hostesses for the last meeting of the tained Saturday evening for (the */
year. Refreshments were served in musicians and those who aided in
the banquet room which had been giving a series of dances during
attractively decorated. A huge May the winter at which th»» two couples
(Special to The Sentinel.)
basket filled with sweet peas and were hosts and hostesses. Charles
May 5.—J. W. Fisher, of Thorn
other spring flowers was placed Shanda won high honors at five
in the center of the dining table. hundred. Ice cream, cake and cof- ton Corners, a’nd Carl Fisher, of Al-
vadore, visited Clarence Sears Sat
Long streamers of crepe paper were fee were served.
extended from the basket. Attrac
Mr. and Mrs. George Duerst,
tive place cards marked the plate
Children’s night will be observed
of each of the twenty-seven mem tomorrow evening at the regular newlyweds,
bers, who were presented corsage meeting of the Eastern Star chap honeymoon in Portland.
Mrs. Amanda Sears and Miss Lau
Many of our dress goods have received reductions
bouquets of sweet peas by the re ter. A play, “ K Vision of Mother
tiring presid, nt, Mrs. Metcalf. She Goose Land,” will be staged by ra Riley attended an ice cream so
should appeal to the lady who wishes a new dress.
was presented a pair of candlestick the children. Refreshments that the
Mr. and Mrs. George Layng were
We urge you to shop here.
children like will be served. Mrs.
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C. A. Beidler, Mrs. 8. L. Mackin hosts to a number of the immediate
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Neet enter and Mrs. Charles Adams comprise relatives of Mr. and Mrs. George
We also have received and are receiving almost daily
Duerst, who were married Thursday
tiined Monday evening in honor of the entertainment committee.
.New Barrettes, Ladies Belts in assorted colors, a new
in Cottage Grove. A dainty wed
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sanders, who
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leave Sunday on a two months’
The Friendly Workers, n class of ding supper was served.
Bob Hair Comb and other novelties too numerous to
motor trip to their former home in the Christian church Sunday school,
mention. Come in anti count ’em.
Arkansas. A theater party was en entertained the member, of the
joyed, following which the party church congregation Tuesday eve-
Sonte beautiful Silk and Chiit’on Hose in the very
(Special to The Sentinel.)
returned to The Elite, where danc ning in the church with an enter
May 5.—Miss Bessie Mooney, of
ing was the diversion. A two-course taining musical and reading pio-
shades. S • them.
luncheon was served at the close of gram,
Light refreshm- nts were San Francisco, is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Butte Mooney.
the evening. Those present were served.
Hat Shapes, Flowers and Children’s Hats on display.
Mr. and Mrs. George Duerst went
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Garoutte, Mr. and Airs. Vic
Th1 ladies’ aid society
Just the thing to “top” off 1 lie pring outfit.
y of th ■ to Portland Sunday to visit Mr.
tor Kem, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ga Christian church met yesterday af Duerst’» sister, Mrs. Tom Cowing.
Mrs. Thena Miller and children
routte, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson, ternoon in the church parlors, with
A very nice display of the newest thing in -Japanese
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Allison, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Kime, Mrs. O. L. Junes, spent Saturday night and Sunday
Parasols at Surprise Prices. Ladies, make these parasols
Mrs. Fred Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. A. Hughes, Mrs. F. W. with Mrs. Matilda Jones in Cottage
Stanley Damewood, Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins and Mrs. George Hohl as Grove.
your freckle preventive.
Mr. and Mrs. Butte Mooney and
Marvin Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Curl hostesses.
Mrs. L. Kibby were dinner guests
Witte and Miss Adelaide LaCasse.
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Still maintain a wonderful line of Dinner Ware in
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The Toujours Prete club will meet at the George Layng home, at
, Little Miss Margaret Ruth Lowry, next Wednesday evening with Miss Mount View’, Thursday.
sets and open stock. When in the market for dishes,
Mrs. Wm. Moody went to Eureka,
«laughter of Mr. and Mm. C. 8. Jessie Sanborn. Mrs. Gaven C. —
associate the name with—
Lowry, was the honor guest at a ott will atlk on the care of the Cal., Monday to join her husband.
May Day party given last Thursday patient and sick room.
in Eugene at the home of her
grandmother, Mrs. 8. L. Lowry,
Tho Social Twelve will meet this
where she was visiting at the time. afternoon with Mrs. Homer Gallo
(Special to The Sentinel.)
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May 6.—Mr. and Mrs. Frank
«ay. Mrs. Catharine Bader and
Miss Pearl Layng, daughter of Mrs. J. A. Merryman will be addi- Mackie were Sunday guests in the
Mr. and Mrs. George Lnyng, nnd ional guests.
home of their daughter, Mrs. Mel
OVER 6000 ITEMS
WRIGHT & CALDWELL
George Duerst, son of Mrs. Louise
vin Jackson, near Creswell.
Kibby, were married Thursday after
The Methodist Sunday school will
noon of last week at the home of enjoy a picnic supper at 6 o’clock in the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bosley, E. R. Friday evening at the Methodist Mrs. Lew Lajoie.
Clevenger, pastor of the Baptist camp ground on east Main street.
The ladies of the G. A. H. elub
church, officiating. They were at
enjoyed an all day session and
tended by Louis and Mary Layng,
The women’s relief corps will fashioned quilting in the Nancy
brother and sister of the bride. meet Saturday afternoon to arrange Neal home last Wednesday.
The rooms in which the ceremony for their participation in the Mem bountiful lunch was served during
was performed was attractively dec orial day program.
the noon hour.
orated with iris and other spring
The E. T. Hartley family made a
flowers. The bridesmaid carried
The Jolly Bunch club will hold week end visit with relatives in
pale pink carnations. Only relatives their regular dance in Phillips hall and near Salem.
and immediate friends were present. tomorrow evening.
Immediately following the ceremony will be served.
a wedding dinner was served at the
home of the bride’s parents. The
(Special to The Sentinel.)
The auxiliary of the American
couple left at once for Portland on Legion will hold their regular meet
May 5.—Mr. and Mrs? P.
a two weeks’ honeymoon. They will ing Monday evening in I. O. O. F. Briggs have moved their household
make their home at Blue Mountain. hall.
goods to Diamond lake. The William
Ewing family will move into the
Tho Tuesday Evening Study club
Mrs. T. G. Sudtell will entertain house vacvted by Mr. Briggs.
was entertained at a four-course the Tuesday Bridge elub at its
Hazel Thori was quite painfully
dinner Tuesday evening by t he re- regular meeting next week.
injured at school when one of the
tiring officers, Mrs. B. R. Job, Miss
pupils accidentally kicked her on the
Mariotte Hamunt and Mrs. Omer
The M. P. G. club will meet next leg, ruDturing two blood vessels.
Moore, at the home of Mrs. Job. Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Charles
The school board held a meeting
A huge bowl of tulips formed an Adams.
Saturday night to elect teachers
attractive centerpiece for tho well-
for the next term of school. 8. T.
appointed table. The place cards
The Kensington club will hold its Rose was chosen for the higher
bore th»* flag and name of a coun rtgulur meeting tomorrow afternoon. grades and Mrs. Mabel Newton for
try studied during the year and the
the primary grades.
favors were dainty corsages of for <$>-
The little daughter of Mr. and
get-me-nots and lilies-of-the-valley.
Mrs. Joe Geer was on the sick list
Mrs. James Adams, of Oakland, 4k
the fore part of the week.
Calif., and Mrs. Ida Morcom, of
B. A. Pruett, who spent last week
Newark, N. J., who are visiting at
in Eugene, was accompanied home
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
by his little niece, Nelagene Roberts
Adams, were additional guests. This 10, Mon *s Forum at 10, morning to visit over the week end.
was the last meeting of the club
Mrs. E. M. Brown, who had been
for this season and the annual elec evening service ...
visiting here, left Saturday for
tion of officers was held. M rs.
Baptist Church—Tenth and Adams, Marion Ore.
George Matthews was elected presi-
R. Clevenger, minister. This
dent, Mrs Elbert Smith vice presi-
dent nnd Mrs. C. A. Beidler secre church stands for the full goapel
message. A welcome is given to all
(Special to The Sentinel.)
who come. Bible school at 10,
May 6.—Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Doo-
A new socinl club, tho Utopia, preaching at 11 and 7:30. Young little and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hedg-
has been organized, with Mrs. A. A. people’s meeting at 6:30. Prayer pvth, of Creswell, visited Tuesday
Richmond, president, and Mrs. O. meeting Thursday evenings at 7:30. with Mrs. Doolittle’s sister, Mrs. j.
W. Hays, secretary. Meetings will After the prayer meeting the pastor Q. A. Young.
be held on the last Thursday of conducts a class in bible study.
Mrs. Mike Kebelbeck, of the
each montl , except when the regu
Grove, is visiting at the home of
lar meeting day of the Constellation
her son, J. J. Kebelbeck.
club falls on that day. Members of church—A. J. Adams, minister.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Doolittle, of
the new club are Mrs. Richmond,
Creswell, have moved onto J. Q. A.
Mrs. Hays, Mrs. Nelson Durham, communion nt 11, Christian endea Young’s ranch.
Mrs. C. E. Umphrey, Mrs. 8. L. vor at 6:30, evening service at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Kimble, ac
Mackin, Mrs. F. L. Grannis, Mrs.
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Albert Woodard, Mrs. B. 8. Buell.
White, went to Forest Grove Sun
Mrs. Omer Moore and Mrs. C. E. Ebert, Pastor. Sunday school at day to attend the funeral of Mrs.
White’s father, held there Monday.
worth league at 7, evening service
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. —
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children went to Walterville
The LaComus club met Tuesday
Saturday to spend the week end
afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. attend all of these services.
with Mrs. Kebelbeck’s parents, Mr
Bartell. The club’s color wns rep
Free Methodist church—Corner of and Mrs. Ream.
resented with n profusion of Scotch
broom about the rooms and the Monroe avenue and south Fifth
An eastern society woman de-
table at which a dainty luncheon street—D. 8. Forrester, pastor, Sun
wns served was centered with n day school at 10, foroneon services clares a woman can’t dress on less
PAID ADVERTISEMENT MAY 8 PD.
than $20,000 a year. Wo are will
huge bouquet of orchids. The usual
program was varied by a radio con Prayer meeting at 7:30 Thursday ing to take our oath that there are Paid for by I. L. PATTERSON, Manager, Coolidge Campaign
many who cut two ciphers off that
cert. Invited guests were Miss evenings.
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amount and cover more than those
Alico Griggs, of Holland, N. Y.,
who spend the larger amount.
who is visiting at the home of her
mid Mrs. II.
cousin, H. B. Griggs,
Every patron of The Sentinel is helping to give Cottage Grove
A paragrapher asks: How many
Wednesday services at 7:30 p. m.
newspaper which eminent authority has stated to be one of
people are there who ask questions
The foreign missionary society of
best country newspapers published by anyone anywhere.
Sovonth Day Adventist Church—
the Methodist church mot vesterdav
There would be one less if this par-
afternoon with Mrs. V. 8. Goff,
agrapher had kept quiet.
The study program was on China, Saturday. Sabbath school at 10,
with Mrs. J. A. Wright ns len der.
A cleverly contrived variation of iug Wednesday • evenings
the question box wns a unique fen
Services will be held in the La
ture of the meeting, lhiinty refresh
tham school house in the forenoon
nients were served.
MO. STRAMMA, \
Sundays for an extended length
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DO MOT ÍAR6. X* eOUTRtSvn
Honoring mid completely surpris of time. Galan Jordan, of Eugene,
X’ VAAAT eVEQ. IT tS MUR.
ing Mrs. A. I.. Woodard, the ocea will have charge.
Selling for cash has greatly
aou-ee-nu' furi fur , au .
sion being her seventieth birthday
anniversary, her daughters nnd im
\ KMOUI, NA kAMI tUCX
reduced our overhead, We
mediate friends entertained Friday
TW MOMSH DO»*» >W NUR
(Special to The Sentinel.)
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Susie
have no bookkeeping, no
AXKET 'M KEEP rt MB«,-
May 5.—Mr. and Mrs. R. s.
O h rii le. Those present were Mrs.
losses on bad accounts, no
Cn rii le, Mrs Ruth McCall, Mrs. Trask and -ntiin Burdick and Dannie
». G'DWi '
Juliette Hull. Mrs. John Woodard nnd Mrs. Trask's mother. Mrs. J.
interest to pay upon money
B. Lewis, were supper guests at the
nnd Mrs, T .»etera.
Babcock home Monday.
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tied up in slow accounts.
Mrs. Grace Sprague .»nd children,
Mrs. George Young entertained n
We are astisfied to have
few relatives and friends at a d »vho have been in British Columbia
some m >uths, returned Tue«dav
o’clock dinner Wednesday of last
done away with the worry
week. the occasion being Mr.
Young's seventy fourth birthdnv an- this place.
to a credit busi
Mr. Nice '« getting building ma
niversary. Those invited were Mrs.
ness. We give our customers
IfOuise Ralston and her grandchil
The Paul Estes family, of Rose
dren, Howard and Lucile Ralston.
the benefit of the reduced
Mrs. Annie Lane and D. T. Awbrey.
ents. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Estes.
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operating expenses. Com
The Van Darnell and E. R. Dar
The Indies* aid society of the nell families met Saturday eveuing
Presbyterian church will meet next at the P. Darnell home, the occasion
pare our prices with prices
Wednesday afternoon in the church being Mrs, A. G. Nelson’s birthday
at credit places.
parlar*, with Mrs. Homer Gallonav anniversary.
Mrs. J. A Merryman, M
Mrs. F. A. Green is enjoving a
Wright nnd Miss Stella Adams ns visit from her daughter, Mrs. Peter
boatta* h .
son, of Salem.
tion of the Constellation club. Mrs.
Geo. Scott was elected president,
Mrs. T. C. Wheeler vice president
and Mrs. H. F. Edwards secretary
New officers of the year were i treasurer. in keeping
_ with the es-
named Thursday at the annual elec- I tablished custom of the club the re
Thurs., Al ay 8.—William Desmond in
“The Breathless Moment.” “Fighting
Blood”, round No. 4. International News.
Fri., May 9.—“The Eagles Feather,” a
smashing story of the great outdoors, sup
erbly produced, thrilling, exciting, absorb
ing. Semon comedy, “Golf.”
Sat., May 10.—“The Bad Man,” with Hol
brook Blinn. Come and larugh youself
hoarse. Thrill till you chill! Here’s the
show of shows. Comedy and Educational.
Sun., May 11.—“Gentle Julia,” with
Bessie Love. Pampered, pursued and pro
posed to in her home town—she thought all
men were made to love her. A story of
human folks as ordy Booth Tarkington
could write it. And comedy, “Obey the
Mon., May 12.—“My Maid on the Bam
boo Screen,” presented by C. G. H. S. Glee
Club; 35 voices. Admission 35c and 50c.
Tues.-Wed. May 13-14.—“If Winter
Conies.” The author, A. S. M. Hutchinson.
Featured players, Percy Marmont, Ann
Forrest '1'his is the picture you have been
waiting to see. It is the master photoplay
of a decade It is mightier than the book.
Thurs., May 15.—Hoot Gibson in “Hook
and Ladder.” “Fighting Blood,” round No.
5, and International News.
PROGRAM FOR 1924
Chautauqun in just ahead! Quite the biggest six-day
program we’ve ever presented.
There’s real economy in attending on the season ticket
plan costing you less than 20c per attraction.
“Six Cylinder Love,” the great comedy success which
ran one year solid in New York City anti which opened
Chicago’s New Harris Theater.
“The Mollusc” Hubert Henry Davies’ sparkling
comedy, presented by The Clarke-Browne Players of New-
Two lectures by the man who lived in Korea twenty
years, ami was Envoy for the Emperor of Korea, Homer
B. Hulbert, A. -------
known men as
digian and Dr.
A week of music! Vernon Syi
linn Artists Trio; Going-Bell-
Cowan, noted American Tenor.
Tlii' Davics-Qualcn Enter! ainei-» a great, musical enter
tainment group McDonald Birch in a riot of fun and
magic on “Joy Nite.” And a “sure-enough” clown for
the kiddies' Chautauqua. Entertainment plus!
Buy a Season Ticket—It’s Cheaper
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PRIMARIES MAY 16
TH’ OLE GROUCH
Cash Cuts the Overhead!
Mr. and Mrs. R«v Short enter
tained the H. n 8. club Tuesday
evening. A delicious luncheon was
served following a session of five
hundred. Mr. and Mrs. W J.
Woods were additional guests
The man who e*n. while walking
the floor with a howling kid at 2
a. m.. step on the buainetui end of
a tack without ruffling his temper,
hasn't enough energy in his make
up to ever amount to a row of pins.
People’s Cash Market
Culaiorth & Dickson. Frops.