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Supplement to the St. Johns Review May 3, 1912
Regatta a Sure Go
Secretary Crnwshaw met the offi
cers of the Portland Motor Boat
club on Tuesday and had an ex
tended conference with them in re
Kurd to tlte details of the Regatta,
and afterward they together called
on Secretary McAllister of the KIks
Committee and had an interview
with him which resulted in selecting
Tuesday, July 9, as the date for
the Regatta which will tnke place
at St. Johns. The commodore nud
other officers of the Portland Motor
Boat club are coming to St. Johns
Monday evening next to meet the
hoard of governors of the Commer
cial club to talk matters over and
exchange views touching the event
which is expected to attract
thousands of people to our city and
the river front generally. Plans
will be immediately begun and put
into operation to forward the move
ment, which will be the greatest
advertisement St. Johns hns ever
had in bringing it to the personal
attention of people from all over
the country. The Regatta will be
a big thing for St. Johns, and we
are exceedingly fortunate in getting
The Mothers' meeting next Mon
day afternoon will be held at the
the home of Mrs. Kelley, 325 Os
wego street. The subject for con
siderntiou: "Literature for the
Child Under Ten Years of Age," is
a very important one, and we an
ticipate a very interesting time.
Miss Ruudall of the public library
will be with us, and with her ever
kindly spirit of helpfulness, will
give us a paper oil the subject.
There will be other readings, reci
tations and music, nud we hope to
have a good attendance. Monday
at 2:30. Reporter.
That it pays to advertise was
again demonstrated when we an
nounced the fact thut a quantity of
seeds had been sent to this office for
free distribution. In three days after
the paper was published we had
over 100 calls for seed. Several of
the callers were not subscribers, but
read the item in their neighbor's
paper. The seeds are supposed to
be the best obtainable. However,
if they fail to "come up" in six
weeks, bring them back and get
lie sure and wait for yonr cou
pons at the Bungalow. They are
Mrs. lfrank Rice entertained the
the Ii. T. O. club at her home on
Charleston street on lfriday last. A
pleasant time was hod by all pres
ent. A delicious luncheon was
served consisting of marshmallow
pudding with whipped cream, cake
and coffee. Those present were:
Mrs. P. II. Kdlcfsen, Mrs. John
Hdlcfseu, Mrs. Stroud, Mrs. Drink
er, Mrs. Hvaus, Mrs. Anderson,
Mrs. Anton Hdlcfseu and little
daughter, Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Valen
tine and Mrs. Markle.
Papcr-Dag Cookery, which has
become so popular in Kuropc, has
now been introduced into America,
and may be secured in St. Johns.
The bags do away with pots and
pans, the food being prepared and
put into the bag without any dish
or other receptacle. This means
no greasy cooking dishes to wash.
Those who have tried them claim
the hags are n great success. Thirty
assorted bags cost about 50 cents.
The Illble School of the
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
In thoroughly equipped to win
mm Ik to Christ ami to train
them In ChrUllnii Service. Wc ,
wiin t you, nud you need tin.
lllblc School: 10 11. 111,
Morning Service: 11 n. 111.
Junior C. It.: 3 p. 111.
V. 1'. . C. It.: 7 p. 111.
ItvnngellMlc Service:--8 p. 111.
Thursday I'rnyennectitig-.-S p.m.
I Corner New York SI. and Willis Boulevard g
St. Johns Laundry
Prompt nud efficient service guar
anteed. Your patronage solicited.
Thoroughly equipped for nil kinds
of laundry work and
The Maypole dance given in the ,. . . . . .,. rnnnnni
rink Wednesday eve.iing by the Up-tQ-datB Id rGSpOCt.
Pythian Sisters, furnished a huge
amount of fun nud entertainment
for the large crowd in attendance.
The Maypole feature was a fine one
nud a novel innovation to many. - . in 1
Those who failed to attend certain- LCflL T 0 I V3 3 V K C t I
ly missed something worth while.
' .. IIOUinOOK MOCK
Sec iis for I In: Choicest Cuts of
the. Best Meats Obtainable.
Order ("Hied anil I iimily Trade SoIkJtt-d.,
T. P. WAND, Proprietor.
The movement for free mail de
livery in St. Johns is now under
way, the petition circulated by the
Commercial club having received
numerous signatures nud will soon
be ready to forward to the propr
authorities at Washington, D. C,
with accompanying papers.
The Commercial club meets in
regular session next Wednesday
evening. All members should
make n note of this and attend if
possible. The Ladies' Auxiliary
meets next Tuesday afternoon.
Wanted Girl for general house
work. Mrs. J. J. Hurlbert, 727
North Ivauhoe. Up.
Lots i,2,3 and 4, corner of Rich
mond and Portland boulevard, for
S1200. Write W. II. Reid, Devil's
Lake. N. D. 26 6t
Tay your subscription.
Mrs. Ii. V. Crawshaw entertained
at 500 Monday evening. A six
handed game was played with spe
cial cards received from San Ifrau
cisco. A delicious luncheon of
sandwiches, cakes and cocoa was
served. At the close of the even
ing she presented the ladies with
gold, key-shaped souvenir pins.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Hred Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. 15. S.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mar
kle. Miss Iionita Henry won the lucky
number 419, for the beautiful pil
low at the Bungalow.
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