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COTTAGE (¡ROVE SEXTIXEL, THURSDAY, JENE 12, 1924
The social calendar for the month
of June is crowded as usual with
announcements of weddings and en
gagements. Although the month is
but half gone, a number have al
ready succumbed to Dan Cupid.
The marriage of Miss Effie Eve •
lyn Hopper to Thomas Quinn, of ’
Powers, was a simple but pretty '
ceremony held at the Christian i
church. The chancel was beauti
fully adorned with pink and white ■
flowers and there the marriage ;
vows were exchanged. About sixty
friends and members of the two i
families were bidden to the cere-
2nonyijriu^color scheme ofjiink>>aiid I
Tim., June 12—“Ride for Your Life,”
with Hoot Gibson. “Fighting Bloods,”
round No. 9, and International News.
Fri., June 13—“Untamed Youth,” with
Ralph Lewis and a great cast. And a com
edy, “'I'he Champeen.”
Sat., June 14—“Desire,” with an all star
cast. A startling story of miscast, mis
shaped lives. A comedy and an educational.
Sun.-Mon., June 15-16—“('all of the Can
yon,” a Zane Grey story, with Lois Wilson,
Richard Hix, Marjorie Daw, Noah Beery.
A western thriller with jazz trimmings.
And a comedy.
Tues., June 16—“Duty First,” a Cana
dian Northwest Mounted Police story. And
Wed., June 17—“Shell Shocked Sammy,”
with Matty Mattison, a thrill speed drama
with an all star cast. And a comedy.
Thurs., J une 19—“Galloping Ace,” with
Jack Hoxie. “Fighting Bloods,” round No.
10, and International News.
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One lot gingham, yd
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I Julies’ oxfords, steel arch $5.65, $5.95
$3.95 to $11.50
$2.29 to $4.50
A. W. Swanson, Mgr
white was attractively carried out their miscellaneous sale May 31
in tho decorations of the remainder and $6.10 from other sales at the
of the church. The bride was most rest room during the month.
charming in a gown of white crepe
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back satin. Her bridal veil of white
Mrs. Victor Kem was hostess
tulle was effectively held in place
by a wreath of orange blossoms Tuesday afternoon for the regular
About fifty stockholders and oth
and she carried a beautiful shower meeting of the 8. T. 8. club. Addi ers interested in the activities of ’
bouquet of bride’s roses and lilies
the Guaranty Oil company went I
of the valley. Lohengrin’s wedding A. Garoutte anil Mrs. Earl Garuutte. from this city to Eugene Tuesday
march was played by Miss Hallie Following a pleasant afternoon night to attend the meeting of the
Willits. Miss Eleanor Hays was a spent in fancy work and social eon- stockholders at the armory in Eu
charming little flower girl. The \ creation, a tempting two-course gene. Directors for the coming year
maid of honor, Miss Florence Mc luncheon was served,
were elected, the report of the nom
Farland, and the bridesmaids, Miss meeting will be held June 24 at the inating committee being adopted as
Isla Hopper, sister of the bride, and
presented. D. T. Awbrey, local real
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Miss Veta Plaster, were attractively
estate and insurance man, acted as
dressed in gowns of pastel shades
Mrs. Barbara Hohl celebrated her chairman of the meeting.
and carried large bouquets of pink sixty-seventh birthday anniversary
Progress in drilling at both the
and white carnations. Walter Ron T uesday. Her children spent the Cottage Grove and Eugene wells
deau, of Powers, friend of the day with her. Mrs. M." A. Darlaud was told by David Olson, promoter
groom, was best man. The wedding and Mrs. Mike Wald, two daugli- of the oil company. The local well
was the culmination of a friendship tors. were here from Eugene.
is now over 1000 feet deep and the
which started eight years ago when »
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Eugene well is somewhere between
the couple were schoolmates. Im
The LaComua club will hold their 1700 and 2500 feet in depth, accord
mediately fidlowing the ceremony annual picnic next Tuesday after ing to Mr. Olson. Reports of sev- l
the happy couple left for a brief noon and evening at Cedar creek on oral eminent geologists -predicting i
honeymoon trip before going to the London road. The husbands and the opinion of a great oil field in
Powers, where Mr. Quinn is em families of the members will be this valley wrere read. The stock
ployed with the Southern Pacific invited to the picnic supper and for holders voted unanimously to stand
company, to make their home.
by the undertaking.
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LOST LEDGE DISCOVERED
Miss Nellie Myers, of Eugene,
IN OLD ‘ANNIE” MINE
and Daniel R. Hamant, of this city, tained the women ’» relief corps at
were married in Eugene Tuesday dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs.
While working the property of
in the study of the officiating Regina Bohm, of Portland, an old
clergyman, Dr. E. V. Stivers, pastor member of the corps, who is here the old “Annie” mine, owned by
John Coffman, A. W. Helliwell and
of the First Christian church. Tho visiting with friends.
E. C. "Lockwood, and located in the
ceremony was witnessed by the
district, the workmen
bride’s father, George W. Myers, of
broke into the ore body on the 300-
this city, and Mrs. Cordelia An
ore being high grade,
keny and daughter Miss Gladys, of
aid society the new strike is quite gratifying
Eugene. Tho bride is a si sister of the Presbyterian ladies'
Mrs. Elbert Smith and is well yesterday afternoon in the church to the owners, as it shows the ore
body intact between the 200-foot
known in Cottage Grove.
and 300-foot levels.
groom is a well known Cottage
The foreign missionary society of
The “ Annie” mine was formerly
Grove business man who has re-
sided here for many years. They the Methodist church held tlieir reg one of the largest producers in the
district, but has not been operated
will be at home to their friends
after July I at Fifteenth street ternoon at the home of Mrs. W. L. to any great extent for a number
of years. This strike will undoubt
and Madison avenue in this city.
edly mean new operations on a lar
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Mrs. H. A. Miller, Mrs. V. T. ger scale and greater activity for
A marriage license was issued in Randall and Mrs. A. W. Swanson the whole district.
Eugene Tuesday to Charles S. Hall, will entertain the Constellation club
of this city, and Miss Gladys Dix, at its regular meeting this after EDWIN TULLAR TO HEAD
of Portland, who taught here last noon.
LANE ROAD ORGANIZATION
year in the grammar grades, so an
other wedding is promised for th*'
The ladies' aid society of the
Edwin Tullar, of Cottage Orove,
near future but the date is being Christian church held a regular was appointed Tuesday to take
kept secret. Mr. Hall has left hi' business meeting in the church par charge of all road equipment used
place of business on a vacation of lors yesterday afternoon.
by Lane county and to fill in a
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manner the position of county road
Tho congregation of the Baptist master. He will be required to out
Another wedding of interest is church enjoyed a dinner and social line work for the various county
that of Miss Ama VanSchoiack, gathering in the church Tuesday road crews as a part of his offi
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. evening.
cial duties. Mr. Tullar has beea
VanSchoiack, to C. A. Harry Elf-
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supervisor of several road districts
ving, who came here recently from
Mrs. C. E. Frost will be the host around Cottage Grove for a number
Canada, where his mother, Mrs. ess for the Utopia club at its reg- of years and is rated as one of th-
Johnson, still resides. The ceremony ular meeting next Thursday after best practical road builders among
was performed in Eugene Saturday noon.
the supervisors who have served
in the presence of immediate rela
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tives. The couple returned Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Titus will
and are making their home on First entertain the H, D. 8. club at its Takes Severe Tumble; Only Bruised.
street in this city.
next regular meeting, May 20.
Mm. Orrin Robinson is quite
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elated over the fact that in a ser
An approaching wedding which
M iss Hallie Willits will entertain ious fall a few days ago she sus
is of interest to the bride’s friends the Toujours 1‘retc club this eve- tained only severe bruises. While
in this city is that of Opal Mabel ring at its regular meeting.
visiting at the How'ard Durkee
Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wil
homo at Dorena she stepped off the
bur M. Hill, of Curtin, to Earl Al
The Past Matrons’ club will meet Landing in a dark hallway and
bert Robnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. next Monday at the home of Mrs. rolled to the bottom of the stairs
L. W. Robnett, of Drain, which Nelson Durham.
without breaking a bone. A friend
will take place Saturday in Rose
of hers sustained two fractured
burg. The bride was graduated
The Kensington club will
ankles, two fractured wrists and a
from the Cottage Grove high school tomorrow afternoon to continue its fractured thumb in a similar acci
with the class of 1923 and taught regular work.
dent a short time ago.
last year in Lynx Hollow. The
groom is a student at the Univer s*----------------------------------------------- —"♦
Ready to Help.
sity of Oregon. lie will continue his
Hubby: Business is still pretty
studies next year. The bride will --------------------------------------------
bad, dear, It' you could economize
tench near Eugene and they will
E. W. Miller, former resident, a little in drosses—wear something
make their home in that city.
now of Grants Pass, and his «laugh plainer—
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Wifey: Certainly, darling. 1’11 or
Miss Marie McCargar and Alvis ter visited briefly in the city yes der some plainer dresses in
Wicks, both well known among the terday. They were on their way morning.—London Opinion.
younger set in this city, were ma r- home from Portland.
ried yesterday morning in Eugene.
Ole Christensen is in the Southern
Why Mary Lost Her Tip.
The couple left immediately after Pacific company’s hospital in San
A newly appointed judge of the
tho ceremony on a wedding trip to Francisco.
supreme court, who felt pretty well
Portland and Wasco, where they
The wantad is like a ship sent out
will visit at the home of the bride’s into an unknown sea, and it brings satisfied with himself, was dining
a hotel and said to the Irish
back its cargo to its sender.
waitress, “Mary, how long have
Mrs. Herbert Eakin and Miss you been in this countryt”
Announcement of the engagement
* ‘ Two years, sir. ’ ’
of Miss Lucile Branstetter, former Mary Ellen Benson motored to Cor
“Do you like itt”
Cottage Grove girl and niece of vallis Tuesday and brought back
‘ * Sure, an ’ it’s well enough, ’ ’
Mrs. John Barker and Mrs. Sarah with them that evening Mrs. Orpah
E. Markley, both of this city, to Benson and John Wynne Merryman, she answered.
“But, Mary,” he continued, “you
Fiank Rice, of Port hind, w as made both of whom had been attending
known recently at tho Alpha Xi O. A. C. Mrs. Benson will remain have many privileges in this conn
Delta and Phi Kappa Psi houses here until the opening of the sum try which you’d not have in Ire
nt the University of Oregon, from mer school on June 23. Mr. Merry land. Now at home you’d never
which Miss Branstetter was gradu man will leave the latter part of be in a room with a justice of the
ated last year, since when she has the week to rejoin his parents, Mr. supreme court and chatting famil
been employed in the state indus and Mrs. J. A. Merryman, at Bray. iarly with him.”
“But sure, sir,” said the girl
trial accident offices in Portland. Calif.
Mrs. Aubrey Redifer and little with earnest ca"dor, “ye’d never
She is a member of Alpha Xi Delta.
a judge at home.’’-—Boston
Mr. Rice, who has been a member
of the varsity tennis team during are visiting at the home of Mrs. Transcript.
his college years, graduates thii Redifer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Watch the label on your paper.
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A pleasant departure from
customary entertainment for
Tuesday Bridge club members
the McKenzie river trip for which
Mrs. Guven C. Dvott was hostess
this * week. Eight members of the
club made the trip, going up Mon
the summer home of Mrs.
F. E, . Dunn, mother of Mrs. Dyott,
Tho party returned^ Tuesday
ning. Mrs. C. 8. Roberts won high
score at bridge and Mrs. C. J. Keiu
the consolation prise. Members who
made the trip were Mrs. C. J. Kem,
Mrs. N. J. Nelson Jr., Mrs. T. O.
Sudtell, Mrs. F. L. Grannis, Mrs. W.
H. Daugherty. Mrs. Schofield Stew
art. Mrs. O. 8. Roberts and
I Tales of the Town
Honoring Mrs. lima Benger,
leaves tomorrow to spend the
nier in San Francisco, the Joker
club, of which she is a member, held
a farewell party yesterday on the
lawn at tho C. H. VanDonburg
home. A short business meeting
was held and the remainder of the
afternoon was pleasantly spent so
cially. The husbands and friends
of tho members were invited iu to
enjoy a tempting picnic supper and
for tho evening.
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Mrs. George A. Proctor enter
tained the M. P. G. club at a I
o’clock luncheon Monday at Hotel
Bartell. Following the luncheon the
guests were taken to tho Proctor
home, where they spent an enjoy
able social afternoon. This was the
regular meeting of the club, al
though it was not on the regular
club day. Tho next meeting will
be June 24 with Mrs. O. L. Nichols.
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The Mothers’ club held their reg
ular mooting Monday instead of
Saturday, their regular meeting dav,
oil account of the conflict with
chautauqua. Mrs. Ixiuiao McAboy,
the rest room matron, reported that
the club had realised $10.45 from
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