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Mrs. Bessie Burnette, young
daughter-in-law of Mrs. Susie Bur
nette, will make her home in Port
land while awaiting the return of
her husband, Pharmacists’s Mate
iJoel Russell Burnette, who is sta-
Mrs. Burnette is recently of St.
Portland has again been honored
by the appearance of another visit
or to our fair city.
She is the
charming young Lorraine Taylor
who arrived a few weeks ago with
her mother, who looks more like
her sister, from New York. Miss
Taylor states that she likes Port
land very much and will hate to
leave. They will leave around the
last of August or the first of Sep
tember. We will be sorry to see you
leave also, but we’re glad you came
out here to pay us this visit any
DANCE BIG SUCCESS
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Williams re
quest the pleasure of your com
pany at a small dance in honor of
Mrs. Cadence L. Hines and Mrs.
Sarah Hines on Tuesday evening
the eighth of August at nine o'
clock Woman’s Club Auditorium,
1220 S. W. Taylor St. i'ormal.
That is the way the invitation
read for the formal given by Mr.
and Mrs. Willis A. Williams for
Mr. Williams’ sister, Mrs. Cadence
L. Hines and her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Sarah Hines. The dance was
a big success with the fine music
of Joe Crane. As always the ladies
and gentlemen were looking as
charming and handsome as anyone
could possible look. Their breath
taking formals made everyone put
the F.llyw ood stars to shame. We
congratulate you, Mr. and Mrs.
Williams, your dance was a huge
BEAUTICIANS CLUB HAS
Founded by the Orchid School of
Beauty Culture, the Orchid Beauti
cians Guild club entertained friends
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Washington, 117A Wintler Drive,
The guests of honor were: Cpl.
Henry Allen, Cpl. John Wooley,
Cpl. Berlin Stone, Pvt. Nathaniel
Bagley, all of Vancouver Barracks,
Vancouver, Wash. The club mem
bers are as follows:
Grey, of New York City, director
of the Orchid School, Mrs. Clemen
tine Washington of Washington, D.
C., president, Mrs. Eunice Robinson
of Waacs, Texas, vice-president,
Mrs. Lela V. Preston of Abilene,
Texas, secretary, Mrs. Sadie James
of New York City, secretary.
U. S. O. NEWS
By M. Belle Dunn.
Saturday, July 29, 8:30
“ A Pause in Blue” was presented
at the U. S. O., it was a very nice
program. After the show a dance
was enjoyed by all, delicious re
freshments were served by charm
This night the new “ Blue Room”
was open to the public. Girls I
want -you to know this room is
something! Why don’t all o f you
stop by and take a peek at it? I
assure you it’s worth your while.
Identification cards are worn by
all members of the U. S. O. when
Sunday, July 6, 5:00 p. m.
The G. S. O. girls gave a picnic
at Peninsula park. There was plen
ty of fun and free eats.
August 1, 8:30 p. m.
A good old get together. Cards,
dancing and games were enjoyed
CARELESS TALK— GOT THERE
For the benefit of housewives,
this ration calendar will be pub
lished every week in the Portland
Inquirer. Clip it out and save, or
better still, save the whole paper.
Book 4. Stamps 30, 31, and 32
valid indefintely. Each stamp good
for 5 pounds.
Each pound of waste fat is good
two meat-ration points.
Stugar stamp 40 valid for 5 lbs.
canning sugar through February
Records must be presented for
gasoline renewals, special applica
Maximum 20 pounds per person
tions and tire replacements.
additional canning sugar obtained
with Form R-323 and spare stamp
OPA board for
37 book No. 4. Send to local ration
board for application form.
inquiries and complaints to
Book 3, airplane stamps 1 and 2
at locHl OPA board.
Blue stamps (worth 10 points
each) A8 through V8, valid indefi
MEATS, BUTTER, CHEESE
Red stamps (worth ten points
each) A8 through W8, valid indefi
nitely. Beefsteak, roasts only ra
S. W . 3rd Ave. at Morrison Street
Clearance Sale Pricedl
Fine Quality— Forty-Pound
LAYER FELT MATTRESSES
• Both Full and
Single Bed Sizes
• Fancy A rt Ticking
C overin g s __________ at
Extra Savings Are
GREEN STAM PS
Restful Comfort —
SURPRIS I N G L i
low price — for a
dependable Mattress of
forty pound LAYER
FELT — construction
t h a t assures restful
raping comfort and long service.
These Mattresses come in both single
and double bed sizes and are covered
with a high-grade, fancy art-ticking of long wearing
—and pleasing pattern. They are Mattresses
of full standard qua’ *ty — Priced for This Sale at
Coupon A-12, good for 3 gallons
each, through September 21.
PERIOD 4 and 5 COUPONS
valid through September 30.
No more than 98 per cent of sea
son’s rations should have been used
RATION BOARD HOURS
Monday through Friday, 9:15
a. m. to 4:3 Op. m.; Saturday 9:15
a. m. to noon; Tuesday, 6 to 9 p. m.
Order complete winter supply of
solid fuels immediately
A Practical Solution to tihe Race
By Angelo Herndon
A volunteer group of citizens
meet every Friday night, at Van-
port Recreation Center No. 2. At
the last meeting, held Friday, Aug.
11, Mr. Angelo Herndon was the
Taking as his topic, “ A Practical
Solution to the Race Problem,” Mr.
Herndon held the interest o f his
audience. He spoke in no official
capacity, only in a desire to better
relations between various groups.
These discussions are o >en to the
public, and representatives of vari
ed occupation, usually attend. One
may see a plain workman from one
of the shipyards, ministers, school
teachers, and national figures.
It will be well worthwhile to at
Housing units rented for first
time must be registered by land tend one of the meetings next Fri
lords within 30 days.
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