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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIATi", PORTLAND, JUNE 25, 1922
' (Continued From Page 3.)
Virginia Thatcher, Miss Evelyn
Thatcher, Miss Aileen Monks, Miss
Mary Holmes, Miss Caroline Schott
and Miss Frances Prudhomme.
Mrs. John Francis Shea has as
her guest, her daughter, Mrs. Harry
L. Kuchins (Ivelou Shea), and little
son, Harry Jr., of St. Louis, Mo.
The engagement of Miss Lucile
McCorkle to Leslie Carter was an
nounced at a tea yesterday after
noon. The affair was given by Miss
McCorkle in compliment to Mrs.
Charles A. Fertig (Emily Tagg), a
former Portland girl, and about 200
guests were invited to the hostess'
home at 1420 Crystal Springs boule
vard. The tea table was centered by a
basket of flowers. Pouring were
Mrs. Bruce Bailey, Mrs. J. Burroughs
Caldwell, Miss Lois Macey and Miss
Helen Cafe. Those assisting were
Miss Julia McFadden, Miss Bess
Walch, Miss Eloise White and Miss
; Miss McCorkle is a graduate of
the University of Oregon, where she
belonged to the Alpha Phi sorority.
Mr. Carter is the son of Mrs. Nan
Carter and is in business near Eu
gene. He is a former University of
Oregon student and is a member of
the Sigma Cht fraternity. The wed
ding will take place early in the
i Mrs. George F. Englesby and her
tittle daughter Mary of Areata, Cal.,
are visiting at the home of Mrs. Bn
glesby's mother, Mrs. A. W. Lam
A group of the sub debutantes en
joyed a luncheon at the Ann Daven
port tea house last Tuesday after
noon at which Miss Katherine Wells
presided. Covers were placed for
Miss Pauline L'Abbe, Miss Isobel
Kerr, Misa Harriet Hawkins, Miss
W'illamina Ketterson cf Lewteton,
Idaho, Miss Margaret Spencer, Miss
Boris Wells and Mrs. W. B. Wells.
Messages or congratulation are
being sent to Mr. and Mrs. Henry A,
Freeman (Ruth Siauson), on the ar
rival of a daughter last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Wurz-
' weller (Caroline Simon) are being
ehowered with congratulations upon
the arrival of a son, who has been
named Alan Simon Wurzweller. He
is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan D. Simpson and Mrs. Albert
Mrs. Henry Walter Lyon and her
daughter, Miss Dorothy Lyon, wLll
entertain at a tea Tuesday after
noon. About 200 guests have been
1 Miss Edna Binswanger will leave
June 28 for Munich, Germany, where
ehe will be married soon to Ernest
' Tuesday evening Miss Adelaide
Wilson and Michael J. Frey were
' united in marriage at the rectory
of All Saints' church. Father Cronin
officiating. Miss Gladys Kelly and
Alfred Frey, brother of the bride-
broom, were the only attendants.
Following the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of Mrs. Rosa
P. Kelly in Rose City Park. Dur
ing the evening several vocal selec
tions were rendered by Miss Phern
Kash, accompanied by Miss Gladys
Taft. . The . bride, who .. formerly
lived in Minneapolis, has been en
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tertained extensively since an
nouncing her engagement, and is
very popular among the younger
set here. After a short wedding
trip Mr. and Mrs. Frey will make
their home in this city, where Mr.
Frey is connected with The Ore
Mrs. Harry Murphy entertained
last week with a series of bridge
parties. On Tuesday afternoon her
guests included Mrs. Leslie Crouch,
Mrs. B. Monroe, Mrs. Charles Tas
terosi, Mrs. Alta Travis, Mrs. Frank
Woodard,, Mrs. Charles Ringler,
Mrs. Blanche Bass, Mrs. Harry
Murphy, Mrs. Harry Meyers and the
OREGON CITY, Or., June 24.
(Special.) Miss Evelyn Harding
and William Wallace Laxton or
Portland were married at St. Paul's
Episcopal church last Tuesday
night. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. J. A. Cleland at 8 o'clock,
in the presence of about 150 friends
and relatives of the contracting
Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Wal
lace B. Caufield sang "Beloved, It
Is Morn," with Marion Money Farns
worth as accompanist. As the wed
ding march was played the bridal
party entered the church, Mr. Lax-
ton and his best man, Louis Wilbur
Sharp of Portland, entering from
the vestry at the rear, and the
bride and her attendants from the
main entrance. Henry Harding Mc
Kinney of "Baker as ring bearer.
and Virginia Harding of Portland
as flower girl, scattering rose petals
in the path of the bride, were fol
lowed by the bridemaid, Miss
Florence White, and the bride and
her father. The ring ceremony was
The interior of the church was
decorated with pink rhododendrons
from Mount Hood, and pink gladioli
and snapdragons, arranged by Mrs.
Thomas Keith, Mrs. Henry McKin
ney of Baker, sister of the bride,
and Lloyd Harding, brother of the
The' ceremony was followed by a
reception at the Harding home, the
color scheme beinj pink and blue
for the parlors, and snapdragons,
delphiniums and gladioli were used.
The living room was in yellow lilies
and buttercups, while the dining
room was in bouvardios, gladioli
and maiden-hair ferns. The mantel
was banked with gladioli. Brass
baskets and bowls were used in
arranging the flowers. Mrs. Hard
ing, mother of the bride, was as
sisted in serving the guests with
ices by Mrs. Rosina Fouts Evans,
Miss Katie Barcklay and Mrs. Mary
The bride was gowned in white
Elizabeth crepe, embellished with
rare silk lace, and her - long veil
was held in place with a tiny spray
of silver flowers, formed into a
diadem. The carried a shower bou
quet of bride's rosea and lilies of
the valley. The bridesmaid wore
pink and carried Ophelia roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Laxton left immC'
diately for Puget sound and Van
couver, B. C. They will reside this
The Huffman School
for tailor'ng and designing ladies' -gar-
menu. A six weeks course at 'a small
Mr. Huffman, Portland's pioneer ladles'
tailor, will give you personal Instruc
tion. - HUFFMAN CO.,
Second Floor Medical Bldg.
summer near Estacada, where Mr
Laxton is stationed as locating engi
neer for the Portland Railway,
Light & Power company. "
The bride is one of Oregon City's
most popular young women, and
preceding her marriage was guest
of honor at many social affairs. She
is ' the youngest " daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George A. Harding, prom
inent residents of Oregon City. She
is a graduate of the Oregon City
high school, an ex-student of the
University of Oregon and a member
of Chi Omega sorority. During the
war she was active in war work.
Formal announcement of the en
gagement of Miss Hazel lone Bishop
of Salem to Samuel Burns Gillette,
formerly of Grants Pass, but now
of the capital city, was made at a
luncneon given oy Mrs. jay A.
Bishop last Tuesday. The bride-
elect is the only daughter of Mrs.
Bishop and the late Jay A. Bishop
and is a granddaughter of the well
known Pioneer, the Late W. R.
Bishop of Portland. Mr. Gillette is
a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gillette
of Grants Pass. He is connected
with the state highway department.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Flood an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Lou Elizabeth, to Joseph C. Wil
son in Astoria June 14. Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson will make their home
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Leonard left
Friday for Los Angeles. They nlan
to do away for six weeks and will
visit in various other parts ' of
southern California. : w
Honoring Miss Ida Roseaortley,
Mrs. Clarence H. Prehn was hostess
at tea yesterday at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Fred W. Barber. The
tea table was in charge of Mrs.
W. L. Powell and Mrs. Harold
A three months' trip to Europe
will be taken by Miss Louise Man
mng, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Manning, who left the city Friday
A charming wedding took place
on June 9 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. James N. Davis, in Rose City
Park, when their daughter Cather
ine became the bride of Earl Frank
lin Jackson. Eighty relatives and
friends witnessed the ceremony,
which was performed by Dr. Henry
L. Bates of Pacific university. To
the strains of Mendelssohn's wed
ding march, played by a cousin of
the bride. Miss Alicia McElroy, the
bride entered with her -father, who
gave her in marriage. Her gown
was of white crepe de chine and
lace, witn a veil and wreath of
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orange blossoms. She carried a
Bhower bouquet of Ophelia roses and
white sweet peas. Miss Frances
Titus, as bridesmaid, wore pink
organdie with bouquet of pink
sweet peas. The bridegroom was
attended by his brother, Leon S.
Jackson. Following the ceremony
a reception was held. Mrs.- W. C.
Witzel served coffee and Mrs. Leroy
Fields cut the ices.
Mrs. Jackson is a graduate of
Portland academy ,and Pacific uni
versity. Mr. Jaokson is an overseas
veteran of the world war. After
July 1 they will be at home to their
friends at- East Fifty-eighth and
A pretty wedding, at. which
Bishop Walter Taylor Sumner of
Portland officiated, took place in
St. Paul's Episcopal church at Ore
gon City June 17, when' Miss Gen
evieve Jones, daughter of Mrs. J. S.
Jones, became the bride of R. C.
Crowell of Portland. Rev. Mr. E. E.
Cleland of St. Paul's Episcopal
ohurch assisted in performing the
double ring ceremony. G. Hallowell
sang "At Dawning" and Mrs. N.
Roberts played the wedding march
from Lohengrin. v
The bride was given in marriage
by her uncle, N. Reed of Portland.
Miss Helenann Jones, sister of the
bride, attended her. William Grieve
of Spokane, Wash., cousin of the
bridegroom, acted as best man.
The bride was attractively gowned
in white corded taffeta. A wreath
of orange blossoms held her silk
net veil in place. She carried a
shower bouquet of lilies of the val
ley, bride's roses and sweet peas.
The bridesmaid wore a dress of
green organdie and carried a bou
quet of sweet peas and roses.
Mrs. Crowell is a graduate of the
Oregon City high school. She at
tended the University of Southern
California and also the Oregon Ag
ricultural college, ' where she re
ceived a degree in home economics.
She is a member of Alpha Chi
Omega and Delta Psi Kappa hon
orary physical education sorority.
Last year she was, supervisor of
physical education in the La Grande
schools, v '
Mr. Crowell was graduated from
the Washington high school, and
after completing a course in min
ing engineering at the Oregon Ag
ricultural college received a bache
lor of science degree. He is a mem
ber of Sigma Chi and of Sigma JDau,
national iiunorary engineering fra
The young couple will make their
home in southern Oregon, where Mr.
Crowell has mining interests.
Among the Portland eirls who
left Thursday evening for Salt Lake
City to attend the Ohl Omega con
vention are Miss Lucile McClung,
Miss Agnes Kennedy. Miss Dorothv
Carpenter, Mrs. Kate Kelly and Miss
Harriet Malcolm. Others who will
attend the meeting which is to be
held in Pinecrest Inn are Miss Clara
Wheelhouse of Arlington, Miss
Katherine Pinrieo of Astoria and
Miss Hallie Smith of Dallas.
Miss Lenora Speidel, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Speidel, was
hostess Saturday night, June 17, to
party of classmates and friends
at a midnight dinner party follow
ing the prom at the Jefferson high
school. The Speidel home in Wal
nut Park was decorated for the oc
casion in green and white, the class
colors. Covers were placed for 16
Mrs. Dewey Rand was a charming
hostess at luncheon in honor of Mrs.
J. F. JSater of Elgin.
Plans have been completed for
the Multnomah club swimming team
Denem aance at Windemuth Tues
day night. This event is an annual
one, and is always looked forward
to with great anticipation by the
club members and their friends.
The date of the northwest swim
ming championship meet has been
changed to August 5. Try-outs for
the diving and swimming will be
neia to pick the best material for
the club entry.
Patrons and patronesses for the
dance are Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sar
gent, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Laing,
Mr. and Mrs. Plowden Stott, Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Keyser, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Watkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Huelat, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Riesch, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cody, Mr.
and Mrs. George Behrens, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe DeBoest and Mr. and Mrs.
Miss' Vera Redman will he hnstosa
at an informal tea Tuesday after
noon at ner home on Seventeenth
street, in honor of all active, alum
nae and visiting members of Delta
Delta Delta sorority.
After a visit In Portland wibh Miss
Katharine Miller, Miss Laverne
Young has returned to Tacoma. Sh
recently completed her first year at
thie Cheney normal school as a. mem
ber 'of the musical and dramatic
staff, and will pass the sronimer In
Seattle doing special work at the
university summer eohoo.1. Miss
xoung wa a member of DeM. Gam
ma at the University of Washing
Recent guests at Canvon Pines.
the Hoerlein ranch, in the Hood
Kiver vaney. were Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. MacNaughton and Miss AUrn
Hutchinson of Portland, and their
guests, the Mr. and Mrs. James H.
uoDDieaick, of Oakland, Cal.
Miss Thelma Stanton, dauehter of
Mrs. Irene J. Stanton, and John Alex
ander, son of Mrs. Harriet Alex
ander, were united in marriage
Wednesday at 8:80 P. M. Father
Bernard Lee officiated at the cere
mony, which was performed at the
home of Mrs. Alexander, 1102 Cleve
land avenue. Miss Marjorie Kruze,
sorority sister of the bride, attended
her. Arthur Base was best man.
Miss-Stanton attended the Univer
sity of Oregon, where she was a
member of. Pi Beta Phi fraternity.
Mr. Alexander was overseas with
company D," 162d infantry. He is a
member of Delta Tau Delta -at Uni
versity of Oregon.
An informal reception followed.
Assisting were Miss Constance Alex-
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Mr. and; Mrs. D. N. Morgan, who are
and Indian war veterans, celebrated
last week. They were married In Portland June W, 1872, and have resided
in this vicinity since then. Mr. Morgan ctme to Oregon ini lsoz and Mrs.
Morgan in 1865. Both crossed the plains before any railroads were com
pleted. Mr. Morgan was grand commander of Indian War Veterans until
June of this year.
The wedding anniversary was celebrated by a family reunion. Among
those present were their three sons
Morgan of Portland; E. a Morgan
San Francisco, Cal.
ander. Miss Mary Alexander, Mrs.
D. V. Jennings, Mrs. William A.
Dunlap and Miss Louise Wilson.
The fireplace was banked with
greens. Pink-shaded lights and pink
roses in the dining room were ef
A very charming June wedding
took place Sunday afternoon at the
St. Michael's Episcopal church, when
Miss Lea Faye Archambeaux became
the bride of Chester A. SowelL The
service was read at 4 o'clock in the
presence of about 100 guests, by
Vicar T. F. Bowen. The church was
beautifully decorated in pink and
white roses intermingled with ferns.
The bride was gowned in richly
beaded white canton crepe with a
beautiful Spanish lace train and
carried a huge shower bouquet
of bride's roses and lilies of the
valley. "Mrs. Walter Klingbeil, her
matron of honor, was daintily
gowned in shell-pink georgette with
picture hat to match. She carried a
shower bouquet of Cecil Brunner
roses and pink sweet peas. Albert
Taylor attended the bridegroom.
Little Mary Frances Roe, ring bear
er, and little Virginia Alman, flower
girl," were dainty in their frocks of
white and yellow organdie. Miss
Esterbelle Manning and Miss Jose
phine Chicoine, the ushers, wore
colored organdie frocks. .
Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Har
old R. Ford sang "At Dawning," and
after the service she sang "I Love
You Truly." Mrs. Randolph LaMar
played the wedding march on the
organ and also accompanied the
After the ceremony there was a
reception, at which the bridal party
received, with Mrs. Don A. Spauld-
ing and Mrs. Austin Ryan, aunt and
cousin of the bride. Mrs. Spaulding
was very attractive in a gown of
champagne taffeta with an overdress-
of bronze chenille Jace. Mrs.
Ryan was gowned in bUck canton
crepe heavily studded with jet
In the dining room, where a buf
fet supper was served, Mrs. Spauld
ing, Mrs. Austin Ryan and Mrs. W.
B. Landon cut the ices and Mrs. Ru
dolph A. Haehlen presided at the
coffee urn. Assisting about the
rooms were Mrs. B. I. Fenne, Mrs.
W. B. Landon, Miss Eilena Ryan
and Miss Esterbelle Manning.
The bride is a' niece of Mrs. "Don A.
Spaulding, whose home is in Spo
kane. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldsmith en
tertained a group of friends at the
Portland hotel Saturday night sup
per dance. Covers were placed for
Mrs. George C. Dickey entertained
at a beautifully appointed luncheon
Thursday at Hotel Portland for ten.
An impressive ceremony took
place in the Central Congregational
church of Salem Wednesday, June
14, when Miss Lenaperl Wright be
came the bride of Ernest C.
Stephenson. Misses Bonita Ed
wards, Frances Sandj. Eloise White
and Lucile Lewis were the four
little girls . who formed the aisle
down which the bridal party pro
ceeded. The wedding march was
played by Miss Pearl Eyre, who also
accompanied Miss Hazel -Nugent
when she sang "Oh Promise Me."
Attendants were Miss Winifred
Eyre and Merritt Davis.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. P. Wright, and is very
prominent in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rogers Payne
entertained with informal dinners
during the week at their summer
beach home honoring their house
guests, Clarence H. Gilbert, Mrs.
Anna Seeley Bernard and Seeley R.
Many society folk attended Henry
Lawrence Southwick's interpretive
reading of "The Rivals" last Wednes
day evening at 212 Central build
A beautiful and impressive cere
mony, was the wedding of Miss
Evelyn Lucile Marsh and Harold
Holmberg, which took place
Wednesday at 8:30 P. M. in the
Arleta Baptist church, Rev. Owen
T. Day officiating. -
A large number of friends and
JZhSTia jr irj-e.
among the oldest Oregon pioneers
their goldem wedding anniversary
and daughter, J. C. Morgan, and H. V.
of Yamhill and Miss AUie Morgan of
relatives of the young couple as
sembled for the ceremony. The
church was decorated effectively
with cedar, ferns and palms as a ,
background and white and pink
roses artistically arranged.
Miss Ruth Heinrich gave several
introductory numbers on the or
gan and played the bridal vmarch
from Mendelssohn as the bridal party
entered. Mra, J. Finley sang "At
Dawning" and "Thank God for a
Garden." The guests were ushered
by Freeman Whitman, Irwin Hein
rich, George Jennings, Scanlon Col
lins and Sidney Brasure.
The bridesmaids were the Misses
Sally Smith, Grace McLean, Eliza
beth Chapin and Irene Crow. They
were dressed in pastel shades in
green, .orchid, pink and peach or
gandie! wearing silver leaf wreaths.
Betty Sherman, the flower girl,
wore white organdie and carried a
basket of pink roses.
The bride was lovely in her gown
of ivoryt satin covered by shadow
lace and' trimmed simply in crystal
beads. The veil was gracefully
draped and 'hung from a wreath of
orange blossoms. She carried a
shower of Ophelia roses and sweet
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, Alfred E. Marsh.
Theodore Flatlev was best man.
A reception folio wing the cere
mony was given at the nome of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Schioler, 474 East
Thirty-ninth street. Mr., and Mrs.
A. E. Marsh received with the bridal
party. Assisting at the table were
Mrs. L. Bliss, Miss Marie 'Briner,
Miss Gladys Turner and Miss Esther
Johnson. At the punch bowl were
Miss Mae Smith and Miss Luwinne
Mr. Holmberg is courthouse re
porter for the Portland Telegram
and was a radio operator in the
. navy during the war. The bride
is very popular. She was the honor
guest at numerous - parties and
showers. She is a member of the
rranklin high school alumni and
waa a stenographer and bookkeeper
with the Vogan Candy company
for four years. ,
The young couple will .reside at
4148 Sixty-fifth street after a short
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a son, June IS, in the Park
rose nursery. The baby will be
named Henry Richard Brandt.
Miss Fay Starr, daughter of Mrs.
M. V. Starr, was married to Byron
C. Shienallen at a pretty wed
ding Wednesday evening at the
bride's home in Irvington. Only in
timate friends and relatives were
present. The bride was attended by
Miss Pearl Starr and Miss Melba
Shienallen. Howard. Jaeger was
best man. Miss Margaret Notz
played the wedding march and Mrs.
W. R. Anderson sang "I Love You
After a brief honeymoon Mr. and
Mrs. Shienallen will reside in Salem.
A group of the younger set en
joyed a picnic supper at "Green
Gables'Vlast night when Miss June
Reid, daughter of Mr. af d Mrs. Will
iam Reid, entertained.,
The wedding of Miss Elizabeth
Hicks, daughter of Mr.iand Mrs.
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Crush well, in single layers, about
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Burt Hicks and Edward Burness,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Burness,
took place yesterday morning in St.
David's Episcopal church. The bride
was attired in a simple gown of
wWite silk crepe embroidered in blue
and she wore a hat to match. Her
going-away costume was a smart
black and white suit with touches
of red, and chic tailored hat. The
young couple left for a honeymoon
at the beach. They plan to make
their home here.
Miss Catherine Lauderdale and
Miss Virginia Umdenstock enter
tained Wednesday at a shower in
the home of the latter in honor of
Miss Elizabeth Hicks, whose wed
ding was an event of yesterday.
Mrs. W. K. Sewall and her sons,
Russell Sewall and C. B. Sewall,
have returned from an expended mo
tor trip in California.
Miss Louise Niemeyer has as her
house guest Miss Lillian Berger of
St. Paul, Minn., who plans to be
stirring it In well. From the time
jamyis taken off fire allow to stand
5 minutes only, by the clock, before
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Then pour quickly. Use this same
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The former guesswork and worry
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The Certo Process is indorsed by
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Many housewives with no little pride
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here for several weeks. Miss Berger
came to see Portland's Rose Fes
tival. EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
A unique garden party was given
Saturday night by the Misses Ruth
and Lillian Berglund and Ruth Rae
Pors at their home in Rose City
Park. Dancing was the featureof
the affair and was followed by a
delightful luncheon. The guests
were: Misses Lillian Hockinson,
Alice McKey. Emily and Olga
Proska, Gertrude Schar, Marguerite
Walker, Nellie Springer; Messrs.
Henry Bauer, Edwfn Gross, Ned
Hockinson, Kenneth Murfree, Har
old Pulliam, Albert Schar, Carl and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. McFadden
celebrated their sliver wedding an
niversary June 19 at their home on
East Alder street. The house was
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ers, ferns and silver ribbon stream
ers. Cards, music, dancing and a
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no gelatine or preservative. House-
.wtves have received it with open
arms because it is so certain, so eco
nomical, so simple and so useful.
They are recommending it to all
their friends. Get a bottle of Certo
with Certo Book of Recipes contain
ing the above and nearly 100 other
recipes, from your grocer or drug
gist at once. Extra copies sent free
if you write to the Pectin Sales Com
pany, Irrer, 112 East Ave., Rochester,
N. T. Try Certo right away with
fresh fruit like strawberry or pine
apple. Then you will
do all your preserv
ing the new and mod
ern way the easy,
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ter Certo Process.
Pine keeping qualities.