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for a luncheon and m atinee, hon
Off For The Southwest
Mrs. Eva Lewis Johnson, nee oring Miss Annie Ewing, from
Brown, sister of Mrs. M ildred St. Louis. Mo..
By Ann Morrison and
' H arris, 1521 N .Cottonwood Ave.,
Mrs. Lula W illiams is being
V anport C ity, left S atu rd ay for welcomed
home again after
Texas. She expects to m eet her spending several w eeks sight-
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fields, ac- husband, who has been over- seeing and visiting friends in
com panied by Mrs. John D. Mit- sea» *n Houston, Texas.
chell, Mr. Freddie M itchell and Supply Sergeant
Mrs. Ricks of 47 N. San Rafael
Mr. Prince W eaver, all of R ich Returns From Vacation
St., has as houst guests for a
m ond, Calif., m otored to P o rt
Supply E ergeant R. E. Mosely, few days Mr. and Mrs. Jam es
land last Sunday to spend the of Ft Lewis, W ashington, who FIani«a n - from D enver, Colo.
w eek end w ith Mrs. Fannie Mae
Among the many visitors over
has been on a furlough through
Ross and fam ily, 13 N. E. T illa
week end w ere: Mr. S.
M issouri, O klahom a, Texas, Illi- ^
nois and C alifornia, re tu rn e d to f- r ,,,ln ', ,r » m For‘ W ort^ Tf x '
Mrs. Ross is a sister of Mrs. Portland Friday in his b eau tifu l
E A rtist, from B erkley,
New Buick car. He was th e guest C alif - and from far aw ay St.
The visitors w ere royally e n of Mr. O tto Bible of 21 N E. Pau1’ M lnn- came M r' Jam es
tertain ed w hile here by her sis
H alsey St., w hile here, who W alker.
te r and friends and w ere seen at
T he , , B ethelite
C lub held its
show ed him a splendid tim e. He
the various night spots about was kept busy filling social en- m« n,h,l>'1
Monda/ e v an -
tow n. They left praising the hos
gagem ents d u ring his en tire stay >"*• J “ l)'
pitality shown them and said
and left statin g th a t he had th e Mrs. M ary T urner, 6535 N .E.
they had a grand time.
G rand avenue.
tim e of his life on th e trip .
All of the men are em ployed in
A fter th e it business session
defense work in Richmond.
th e hostess served d ain ty refresh
Mrs. Odessa Scroggins, wife of m ents to th e mem bers.
Kroas' Candy Superintendent
Mr. C larence (Duke) Scroggins,
\ l r s . L. Bostic of Chicago, 111.,
Showered by Employees
11309 N. D Ave., E ast V anport, was th e honored guest.
Mrs. Lottie Mae Powell, n e e left last M onday for a 30-days va-
Mr. and Mrs. Jam es W ilson
L everett, of 13 N. E. Tillam ook, cation. W hile aw ay she expects are the proud parents of a -b a b y
recently m arried, now superin- [to visit Chicago, 111., K ansas City, daughter. The young lady arriv ed
ten d en t of the C andy D epartm ent Mo., parts of O klahom a and Cin- b rig h t and early Sunday m o rn -
ing, Ju ly 8.
at the K ress’ 5 and 10 cent store cinnati, Ohio,
Mrs. M ary D. Dunn of 2228 N.
here, was given a surprise show er
Motored to Seattle
illiam s Ave. and a p a rty of
by the em ployees of her D epart
M essers C arlis Pollock, 2406 N.
spent Sunday a t Seaside.
m ent last week.
. . . .
Cottonw ood, and Mr. J. B lank-
On th e sick list this w eek w ere
M any __.__j
beautiful and useful B
gifts ¡m an, 1516 *T
n ottonw ood, , , Van-
reported the following:
w ere received.
port, m otored to Seattle, Wash.,
Mr. C. Jam ison of 4022 S. E.
last Sunday for a w eek end visit.
Husband Gives Wife
. . . . . .
. H olgate Blvd., im proving: Mr.
They rep o rt a (b,g tim e) and ^
sh ep h ard i Mjss E rncstinc
Surprise Birthday Party
th a t they enjoyed th e trip im
Cooper, Mr. C ornelious Young;
Mr. Roger B. M orris, of 2403 mensely.
w as rem oved to th e home of
N. Cottonw ood Ave., V anport
son, Mr. Marion Young.
C ity, gave a sw ing shift surprise Entertain Singers
Mr. M elvin G raham , form erly a
b irth d ay p arty in honor of his
M r- ar»d M rs Jessie C ulbertson,
of Portland, and who
wife, Mrs. G ertru d e M orris, Mon- No---------- N - Cottonw ood, en ter-
few m onths ago to live
i tained Rev. F. F. B illups and a
retu rn ed here W ed
A very lovely and appetizing ^ew
h*s Pa rty. th e K ansas
repast was served and drinks:
City Gospel Singers, last Sunday nesday from O klahom a. He in
C ards and dancing w ere the a fter they unexpectedly dropped tends to resum e w ork here. His
in on them for a su rp rise visit. wife is in Louisiana w ith re la
m eans of am usem ent
* * and en ter-
The singers are ap p earin g here tives, bu t w ill be here soon.
tain m en t.
Mr. W illie (L ittle Bill) H arris,
th e air and at d ifferen t ch u rch
following Q u e s ts w ere
V anport City, left for his fo r
home, M uskogee, Okla.,
H onored guest,
Sarah Bo They are real e n tertain ers anr^
gus, Mr. G rady A tfyas, Mr. and th e ir singing is enjoyed by all. w h ere he w as a form er tru sted
em ployee of G reer M eat M arket.
Mrs. C. A. Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. Chicago Bound
Mrs. C hristine Kelly, wife of
T. Childs, Mr. and Mrs. Jack D.
Mr. H ow ard P ettiford, fo rm er Mr. C harlie K elly, of 11309, Apt.
Solomon, Mr. and- Mrs. D: H. ly em ployed at a ship y ard here,
Ram bo, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sm ith. a resident of the Royal Palm 10116, East V anport City, arrived
Mr. H enry Jam es, m anager of Hotel, left this w eek for Chicago, in th e city S atu rd ay w ith five of
the P ortland Black Socks base 111., his form er hom e for an in th e ir eight children, ranging
from 1 to 8 y ears in age.
ball team ; Mr. D. J. H aynes, definite stay.
This is Mrs. K elly’s first triD
Mrs. L. Lewis, Mrs. H. R obin
Mrs. Selesta Johnson, accom
O regon; h er husband has been
son, Mr. and Mrs. R. Corbin, panied by h er little g ra n d d a u g h
in th e shipyard here
and Mrs. P. Terry.
ter, Fiehazie C rate, spent the
for q u ite a w hile. T hey w ill move
F ourth of Ju ly in Y akim a, Wash.,
Overseas Veteran On
th e o th er children at a later date,
visiting Mrs. Jo h n so n ’s m other,
60 Days Eurlou^N^
as th ey expect to m ake P ortland
Mrs. M able H arris.
th e ir fu tu re home.
Mr. W illia m ^ ro lle y , Stew ard
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. B aker, 6535
1st Class, U. S. N avy, w ho has
N. E. G rand Ave., has as th e ir
been in the South Pacific and
guest for a few days Mr. and
w ho m iraculously escaped death
F a iries
Mrs. L. Bostic, from Chicago, 111.
th re e tim es, is back in Portland
Mrs. Bostic is a niece of Mrs. W hen th e first baby laughed for
on a sixty-day furlough.
th e first tim e, his laugh broke
In a conversation w ith a re
Home for a sum m er tim e visit into a m illion pieces, and they all
p o rte r of the P o rtland In q u irer
all the w ay from P ittsb u rg h , Pa.,
Mr. T alley told of three tim es cam e our own Miss M aggie S h ep w en t skipping about. T hat was
w hen suicide Jap planes attacked pard. H er m any friends w ill see th e beginning of fairies.—J. M.
th e ir ship and how he narrow ly to it th a t Miss Sheppard w ill not B arrie, The L ittle W hite Bird.
escaped death on each occasion; have a dull moment.
w hile he was relu c tan t to talk | Mrs. A nnie Lay of Los Angeles,
attack s it was Calif., is here visiting h e r son
bro u g h t out th at five planes w ere and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. I. J.
in one of the b attles and three Lay and h er grand daughter,
of them w ere shot down.
Tim e is O ur Business
little Jo an Dell Lay.
Mr. Talley served 21 m onths
Mr. Lonnie Boyd, b e tte r know n
overseas and was in tw o in v a as the great bender, is still giv
sions in the A leutian Islands and ing th e public splendid e n te r
o th e r places.
tain m en t at th e D ude Ranch.
He expects to spend a p a rt of
5 to 10 day service
Mr. Boyd is an acrobat and con
his furlough here and the other to rtio n ist and ju g g ler p ar e x
420 S. W. W ashington
p a rt in W ashington, D. C.
"Babes Meal Planning Corner"
BY MRS. FLORA L. FAULK
2736 N. E. Rodney Ave.
Portland 12, Oregon
FOR S T A Y -A T -H O M E PICN ICS /
Serve outdoor* fo r inform al summer sociability
Dainty sandwiches—Orangeade Cake, as luscious and refreshing as it*
name—frosty pitcher of iced lemonade—here are the “makings” of a
feast for family and friends out in your own shady back y a rd ! Travel
ing fo r fun is out this summer, so plan fun a t home this easy way!
A recipe for cherishing is Orangeade Cake, so moist and tender,
with the real flavor of fresh oranges—so packable in picnic basket, fish
ing hamper or lunchbox. Clip now for keeps!
One-Bowl ORANGEADE CAKE
D ry Ingredients
2 cops sifted cake flour
1 teaspoon soda
1% cups su g a r
1 teaspoon s a lt
1% teaspoons b ak in g pow der
% cu p S p ry
( w ith a ta r tr a te pow der,
1 tablespoon g ra te d
use 2 *4 teas poo ns )
o ra n g e rin d
L iq u id In g red ien ts
Yi cup sour m ilk
Vs cup o ra n g e juice
2 eggs, unbeaten
i cup n u ts, very finely c u t
Sift flour, sugar, baking powder, soda, and salt into mixing bowl. . . .
Drop in Spry and grated orange rind. . . . Add sour milk and beat 150
stro k es.. . . Scrape bowl and spoon often throughout entire mixing. . . .
Add eggs and beat 250 strokes. . . . Add orange juice and beat 150
strokes. . . . Add nuts and blend—25 strokes. . . . Bake in Spry-coated
10 x 10 x 2-inch pan in moderately hot oven (375® F.) 35-45 minutes.
TOPPING: P lace U cup su g a r, cup o ran g e juice, X tablespoon g ra te d o ra n g e rin d
an d 2 tablespoons lem on ju ice in a bowl an d w arm o v er oven w hile cake is baking.
P o u r over cake as soon as rem oved fro m oven. Serve in sq u ares.
RATION STAMPS GOOD
O CT .
THRU OCT. 91
stamps become good Aug.I
sta m ps
The Time Shop
Oklahoma Society Matron
Vacationing in Vanport
Mrs. W. J. Owens, w ife of A tty.
W. J. Owens, deceased, of M us
kogee, O kla., arrived in the city
last S a tu rd a y m orning, accom
panied by Mrs. M. N esbit and
little d a u g h ter; she is visiting
re la tiv e s and frien d s in V anport
Mrs. O w ens has an o th er sister,
Mrs. T aylor at 1833 N. E. F irst
Ave., P ortland.
She w ill be here for an indef
Windy City Lady
Honored With Luncheon
On last F riday afternoon, Mrs-.
Em m a N elson’s home at 205 N.
E. 11th Ave., w as a scene of a
lovely tw o-course luncheon in
honor of Mrs. Lew is Bostick from
Six guests enjoyed th e affair.
Mr. W. B. B row n and Mrs. R.
F. M orrison sp en t the 4th of
Ju ly ou t on Bowie Farm , at
Eagle C reek, Ore.
Mrs. W illis Reed of 57 N. C h er
ry C ourt was hostess last w eek
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N«xt stomps b«com« good Aug.l
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66 NE B roadw ay
AIRPLANE STAM PS - BOOK NO. 3
1 I 2 I 3
F ried C hicken
M innie T u rn er, Prop.
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P riv a te P arties O ur Specialty
11 A. M. ’til 2 A. M.
HOME COOKED MEALS
R eservations M Urdock 3430
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THRU SEPT. 21
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