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THE COOS BAY TIMES', MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 19 16-EVENING EDITION.
W R A fcTSVO aRFSTK) t N VLD
social lioppoulugs, intended
for publication In tbo socloty
department of TJjo Tltnea,
must bo submitted to tho edi
tor not lator than G o'clock
p. m., Friday of each woek.
(Exceptions will bo allowed
only In cases wlicro! the,
event occurred later than tliq
A LEAP YEAH PltOPOSAT.
I wrlto you this Iqttor,
My heart tho whllo guiding my pon
To toll you I long havo adored you
Ab sweetest and dearest of men;
My fancy porlmps It has wandorcd
To others, but I novcr knew
What true lovo was, dearest, be
Until tho day I mot YOU.
And now, though I hardly have cour
ngo My doubts and my fears to
1 ' command,
For I fool of your lovo I'm not
I aok will you give mo your hand 7
Permit mo to speak to your mother,
And beg lior to blast not my life.
Ily refusing consent to my prayer
t " To cherish you o'er an your wlfo.
I can mako her assured, I am certain
You will novcr know want whllo
For I havo a good Job, my darling,
And I-do all my homo work, you
I'll bo good to you, honey, so tako me
I'vo novor loved any but you;
I scarcely can wait till you answer
Just ono llttlo word, "yes" dear.
'" Tho Prlscllla Club or nunkor Hill
enjoyed a pleasant session last
Wednesday afternoon at tho homo
of Mrs. A. U. Snow. It was de
cided that tho mombors should en
tertain alphabetically arid that some
ono other than tho hostess should
furnish tho outortnlument on thu
meeting days. Tho resignation of
Mrs. Knudsoii from tho club was
Sowing and phot followed tho bus
iness session and at tho cIobq of
tho afternoon thu hostess assisted
by Mrs. Duncan, served appetizing
refreshments to tho following. Mrs.
Win. Phillips, Mrs. Han Orr, Mrs.
Ii. B, Koborsou, Mrs, Fred Sand
borg, Mrs. A. Simpson, Mrs. I.
Chrlstotuen, Mrs. (1. Johnson, Mrs,
T, 0. Young and Mrs. 11. M. Al
beo. In two' wooka Mrs. Albeo will
furnish tho entertainment at the
homo of Mrs. Saudborg.
J. .. .;,
KPIKCOPAIj LADIES' GUILD
i Mrs. J. W. Dennett was ugaiu
sblo to prosdo Tuesday aftoruoou
ut tho Episcopal Ladles' Guild, aftor
u spell of sickness, and at thu; (
lltlaltlAnn nnnalnM I. I....I ilnnldml . t ' A
uuomvaa nuoaiuii iv nun uuiuuu iu
postpono tho monthly open mooting
of tho guild from the last Tuesday
in this month to tho first Tuesday
in Fobruary. At this tlmo Den
Fisher will road u paper on "Asso-
The Heerik Gjerdriuim
MMMIAXORY OF MUSIC
Armrnoonces tlhe beginning of ibhe
Monday, Jan, 3 1
Complete courses offered in Piano, Voice
and Violin under competent instructors
While it is not essential; we strongly urge prospec
tive students to enter with the beginning of the new
IT J t If I IJ II II P A A. A A A. A A.A.A..A.A..A.A..A..A .
W . y' A I V ? '
elated Charities," and tho music
will bo In charge of Iicnrik OJer
drum. As usual, refreshments will
bo served. Final arrangements
wore made for tho musical tea
which Ib Doing given this aftornoon
In tho entertainment hall of tho
Myrtlo Arms. Following tho busi
ness session, a pleasant social tlino
was enjoyed and dainty refreshments
were sorved by the hostesses, Mrs.
Georgo Montgomery, Mrs. 0. h.
Dlndlngor and Mrs. E. L. McCltire.
The visitors present wero Mrs. J.
D. (Jobb, Mrs. F. It. Anthony, Mrs.
F. M. ParBonB, Mrs. A. 0. Rogers
and Mrs. Doblo. Tho mombors out
othor than tho hostesses wore Mrs.
It. E. Drowning, Mrs. Claude Nob
burg, Mrs. L. W. Jacobs, Mrs. Wil
cox, Mrs. A. T. Lagorstrom, Mrs.
J. A. MatBon, Mrs. D. R. Chandler,
Mrs. Georgo F. Murch, Mrs. E. G.
Porham, Mrs. Annie Tower, Mrs. Ot
to Schettor, Mrs, Arthur McKoown.
Mrs. Harry Dradfleld, Mrs. Emma
Nnshurg, MrB. S. C. Small, Mrs.
C. W. Cumboro, Mrs. A. It. O'Drlon,
Mrs. Mary McKnlght, Mrs. J. W.
Dennett, Mrs. E. P. Lewis, Mrs.
F. W. Payno.
Next week tho hostosscs will bo
Mrs. Cliarlos Hall and Mrs. D. R.
HUHPHISE MHTIIDAY PARTY
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Albeo enter
tained lust Saturday at u surprise
birthday party In honor of tho
)3th birthday of their son Henry.
Tho guostB popped corn, made can
dy, and tho hostess also sorved the
birthday caku and hot chocoluto
at tho closo of a delightful Informal
evening of games. Tlioso present
(vero: Mr. and Mrs. 10. Duncan,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Cbrlstenson, Edith,
Howard and Alda Duncan, Olga nnd
Inn ChrlstouBou, Willie and El
drld Archer, Ralph Chrlstensou,
Dudloy Hill, Henry Albeo nnd Mr.
,iml Mrs. A llico and son George.
NORTH DEM) HEWING CIiUH
A few of tho young ladles of
North Rend have formed an Infor
mal sowing club nml moot every
two weeks ut tho homo of ono
of tho mombors. Last Wednesday
evening thoy mot with Miss Mar
Jorlo Swcarlngon, and spent tho
tlmo pleasantly In sowing and chnt,
after which tho hostess sorved dainty
refreshments. Those present wore
tho MIbsob Ottella nnd Ellznboth
Hoolllng, Anna Reld, Anna Truman,
Gertrude Toots, Armldo Tlttlo anil
Kntherlno and Marjorlo Rwenrlugon.
In two weeks tho girls will meet
with Miss Gertrude Toots,
AUCTION RRIDGE t'LUIl
Mrs. R. E. Lnraway was hostoss
last Wednesday nftoinoou to the
ladles of tho Auction llrldgo Club
and' also a table of special guests,
Including Miss Clare Sherwood, of
Personal notices of visitors
In tho city, or of Coos Day
peoplo who visit In other
cities, together with notices
of snolal affairs, aro gladly
received In tho social de
partment. Telephone 1.13.
Notices of club meetings will
bo published and secretaries
aro kindly requested to fur
Coiiuillo, Mrs. L. A. Llljoqvlst, Mrs.
Ida Conrad, Mrs. Malr Dauo and
Mrs. F. E. Hague, who won tho
guest prize at cards, and Mrs. Carl
L. Davis was awarded the club
prize. A delicious luncheon was
sorved following a dollghtful soclnl
afternoon. Tho club will bo onter
talnod again in two weeks with
Mrs. J, S. Lyons as hostess. Tho
mombors present this wcok wero:
Mrs. LyotiB, Mrs. A. E. Adolsporgcr,
Mrs. Carl L. Davis, Mrs. E. Crosth
Naito, MrB. A. O. Rogers, Mrs. F. V.
Cattcrlln rind Mrs. Lara way.
4. .j. .j.
I XEEDLECHAKT CLUD
Tho "Needlecraft Club" Is tho
nnmo of 11 now sowing and social
club which has bcon formed in
North Dond nnd which mqt on Fri
day of last wook with Mrs. J. D.
Ilnrrls. Tho present membership
Includes tho following:
Mrs. Edgar Hannon, Mrs. P. L.
Swoarlngun, Mrs. II. J. Facklcr,
Mra. V. W. Rundlo, Mrs. Ida Thom
as, Mrs, L. M. Mtlledge, Mrs. Lt. F.
Cuthbort, Mrs, J. D. Harris, Mrs.
C, W. Gregory and Mrs. Harris,
j. .. .;.
Tho North Dond High School
alumni met this woek at tho
homo of Dorothy and Cluronco Klb
lor, and a committee was nppolutod
to plan for a dunce in tho near
future. This will bo tho first of
a series of social activities which
tho Alumni expect to glvo.
j. ;. .j.
Mrs. Otis Wilson, oxtcudod her
.hospitality last Wednesday to tho
ladlos of tho Klostor Club, tho af
ternoon being spent as usual In In
formal chat and sowing. At un
appropriate hour tho hostoss served
dainty refreshments to Mrs. J. Q.
Jnrvts, Mrs. I). E, Malouoy, Mrs.
It. W. Morrow, Mrs. N. II. MacMll
lan, Mrs. J, II. Tower, Mrs. R. II.
Glasgow. Tho club ladlos will moot
aguln In two wooks with Mrs. C.
E, Ash on Hull nvoimc.
j CHRISTIAN HIKTEIUIOOK I
Tho ladles of tho Christian Church
hold an all-day session at the
church hull Wednesday. Luncheon
.t.v nM.tml n. Iinnl. t 1 In ... t ... 1 info
,.. . . in I. sporgoi" and Mrs. Carl L. Davis on
of tho different famlllos arriving1 D . h, 4 . ' ' . ,
sm t lt I ii limit nt i It n npnorn in
.ii . . i. ......, i
.,. , ,. m,. Q.,,... ..,.,. ,
tho church, Tho Sisterhood will
meet again noxt Wednesday at tho
Church hall, Those present all or
part of tho day woro Mrs. W. A.
Hold, Mrs. S. J. liumol, Mrs. E.
Ynko, Mrs. L. E. Hendricks, Mrs.
Mattlo Dlaliij Mrs., II. W. Painter,
Mrs. Knight, Mrs. R. A. Copplo
and Miss Dess Immel.
I M. E. LADIES' TEA
Tho homo of Mrs. F. E. Allen
was very prettily decorated with
carnations und narcissus last Wed
nesday whon tho ladles of the
Methodist Church ontortalnod thero
with a silver tea nad social after
noon. A vocal solo by Mrs. E. L.
Coo of North Dond and a rending
by Mrs. E. A. Harris wero greatly
enjoyed by tho guests. At tho
closo of n delightful session of
social chnt dolectablo dainties were
served by Mrs. C. A. Langworthy,
Mrs. W. W. Langworthy, Mrs. J.
Leo Drown, Mrs. M. D. Sumuor.
Mrs. David Nelson, Mrs. II. Largont
and Mrs. J. D. Hendry to tho fol
lowing: Mrs. Georgo Dolt, Mrs. 12.
J. Gntes, Mrs. Alice Scars, Mrs. W.
Llsh, Mrs. A. Isaacson, Mrs. E. A.
Harris, Mrs. Joseph Knotts, Mrs.
C. II. CurtlB, Dr. Mattlo D. Shaw,
Mrs. V. D. Kinney, Miss Guendolyn
Hedges, Mrs. J. E. Hedges, Mrs.
C. E. Wells, Mrs. A. IJ. Waodworth,
Mrs. M. E. Evorltt and Mrs. H. L.
Coo of North Dond, Mrs. Dan Keat
ing, Mrs. J. 0. Langworthy, Mrs.
F. L. Grannls nnd daughter Caro
line, Mrs. M. R. Smith, MrB. Annie
Tower, Miss Mne Olemnn, Mrs. 11.
M. Ross, Mrs. 0. S. Torrcy and Mrs.
F, E. Allen.
I PRESDYTERIAN AUXILIARY
Tho Ladles Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian Church mot for busi
ness Wednesday aftornoon nt tho n' bocIuI diversions of sowing nnd
homo of tho pastor, Rov. J. S. I chat prevailed during tho nftornoon '
Stubblcflold, nnd at this session j hours und nt tho closo, delicious 're
arranged for an all-day session with freshmenta wore sorved by tho host-1
lunch sorved at noon, on February csb. Tho club will meet again In
10, at tho homo of Rov. nnd Mrs.
Stubblofleld. Mrs. Harry FoIboih
wns taken In as a mombor of the
auxiliary. At tho closo of tho af
ternoon tempting refreshments wero
served by tho hostess. Special guest
prcsonl wns Mrs. J. W. Wright.
Tho mombors out woro: Mrs. C. F.
MqKnlght, Mrs. Ellznboth Hydo,
Mrs.'D. A. Jonoa, Mrs. Reuben Ly
ons, 'Mrs. A. E. Dlmont, Mrs. C.
H Walter, Mrs. A. J. M. Robort
son, Mrs. Duncan Ferguson, Mrs.
Waltor Wilson, Mrs. I. S. Smith,
MrB. A. T. Hulnos, Mrs. J. S. Stub
blofleld, Mrs. Lynn Schmltz, Mrs.
Evn Gammlll, Mrs. Honry O'Mara,
Mrs. II. J. Mohr and Mrs. M. A.
Tho Auxiliary will meet ngaln In
two wooka with Mrs. C. F. Mc
Knlght. j. . 4
I INFORMAL SEWING PARTY
Last Thursday ovonlng Mrs. Er
ros Torroy Loyland ontortalnod
olovon girl frlonds ut n delightful
Informal soVlng party, music nnd
chat helping to mako tho affair
onjoyablo In ovory respect. At a
Into hour tho hostess served appe
tizing rofroshmonta to tho follow
ing guests: Mrs. Knowltou, of Co
qulllo, and tho Misses Eugonln Dal
glo, Ellon Druer, Ottolla and Ellzn
both Hoolllng, Gortrudo Toots, Es
thor NoIboii, Slgna Lurson, Myrtlo
and Ida Downor and AUco McLain.
j ROYAL AUCTION UltlDGE
On Thursday and Friday after
noons of this wook, Mrs. A. E. AdoL
lenuinuii ui mu nmv iu i -
at tho homo of Mra. Adolspergor on
South Fifth Street. Cholco boquota
of narcissus and branches of buck-
loborry woro tho decorations for both
days, The nffalrB wero among the
moat delightful social activities giv-
S "& S
s "" s
tt& UUY xow! fe
.J s lt i n ii . -
$ u adiolus tS u b s
in scarlet packets
Edwin tf. Scott
Cut Flowers, Floral Designs,
Phones: Storo 259-J.
en this season. On Thursday, Mrs.
D. It. Chandler won high scoro prize,
and Mrs. C. W. Cumbers tho coubo
lntlon. Tho trophy for high score
Friday afternoon was tawnrdad to
Mrs. Llsk nnd tho consolntlon to Mrs.
The Invitation lists Included: MrB.
D. R. Chandler, Mrs. Joh'n D. Goss,
Mrs. C. W. Cumbers, Mrs. R. W.
Morrow, Mrs. F. K. Gettlns, Mrs.
.1. W. Donnott, Mrs. E. K. Jones, '
Mrs. Edna Richardson, Mrs. H. S. '
Tower, Mrs. A. T, Lagerstrom, Mrs.
C It. Pock, Mrs A. It. O'Drlon, Mrs, ,
F. E. Hague, Mrs. L. A. Llljoqv.lst,
Miss Clare Sherwood, Mrs. R. E. .
Larawuy, Mrs. E. I. Chandlor, Mrs.
Clmrlcs Hall, Mrs. Will Chnndlor,
Mrs. W.S. Chandler, Mrs. It. M.
JonnlngB, Mrs. W. F. Miller, Mrs.
L. G. Johnson, Mrs. C. Q. Van Duyn,
Mrs. E. O'Connoll, Mrs. A. II. Pow
ers, Mrs. F. M. Parsons, Mrs. J. S.
Lyon's, Mrs. A. O. Rogers, Mrs. F. V.
Cattcrlln, Mrs. W. J. Conrad, Mrs.
E. Croathwalto, Mrs. Oeorgo Good
rum, Mrs. T. D, James, Mrs. A. C.
Vestal, Mrs. M. A. Dano, Mrs. Lio
nel Gordon, Mrs A. IC. Pock, Mrs.
Thnycr Grimes, Mrs. C. 15. Ash, .Mra.
C. F. McGcorgo, Mrs. Llsk, Mrs. W.
T. Stoll, Mrs. W. II. Kennedy, Mrs.
Frank D. Cohan, Mrs. A. E. NWf,
Mrs. Walter Wells of Daudon, Mrs.
Ida Conrad, Mrs. 11. O. Duller, Mrs.
Horscli, and Mrs. F. W. Payne. j
, 4 t
I 5IINNE-WIS OliUIJ I
Tho ladles of tho Mlnno-Wls club 1
and special guests Mrs. J. E. Stack
and Mrs, John Naglo, wore pleasant- (
ly entertained Thursday aftornoon
ai tho homo of Mrs. F. II. Drossor 1
on South Fourth Strcot. Tho iibu-
two weeks with Mis. John Dnshnoy
on South Fifth Streot. Tho mom
bcrs prcsont this week wero: Mrs.
E. Kelloy,, .Mrs. W. E. Ilonglnnd,
Mrs. Charles La Chapollo, Mrs. W.
S. Drown, Mrs. C. W. Davis, Mrs.
O. W. Drlggs, Mrs. W. II. Perkins,
Mrs. John Dashuoy, Mrs. A. 'A,
Downs, Mrs. E. A. Harris, nnd Mrs.
A. N. W. CLUD
Tho usiinl nftornoon of sowing nnd
soclnl conversation was enjoyed by
tho A. N. W. Club ladlos Thursday
at tho homo of Mrs. J. T. Hnrrlgan,
who hnd as special guests Mrs. J. C.
Kendall, Airs. Carrie Dungnn and
MrB, A. H. Powers. Dainty rofrcsh
monta wero served. Tho mombors
present woro: Mrs. F. E. Allen, Mrs.
Carl Evortson, Mra. Lily Froldborg,
Mra. Altco Hall, Mrs. Frances Haz
ard, Mrs. EUzaboth Hydo, Mrs. Kate
Lnndo, Mra. Georgo. F. Murch, Mra.
W. P. Murphy, Mrs. C. F. McKnlght,
Mra. Hugo Qulst nnd Mrs, Annie
(Contlnuod on pngo 8)
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