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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICS, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1921.
and Other Things
Thoro will be the usual monthly sa
cred concert at the Congregational
church on Sunday evening. Selections
both Instrumental and vocal will be
rendered. The program ia: Hymn; In.
vocation; song, boys' quartet; violin
solo, Esther Gumbert; hymn; solo,
Harry B. Greene; piano solo, .Mrs. E.
Goudge, "Etude" (Wollenhaupt) ;
.Eong, girls' class; scrmone'te; duet,
Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Williams;
On Sunday, May 1, through the
courtesy of the extension department !
of the University of Oregon, the pub-1
tic will have the privilege ot seems
L. ,. , r
"The Mill on the F oss" from the fa-
mous novel by George Elliott, filmed i
at an original cost of $30,000. This
is considered one of the greatest nov- j
els in the English language. There aro
five standard reels.
Nydia Club Entertains
The ladies of Nydia club, Daughters
of the Nile, entertained their hus
bands at the Masonic hall Tuesday
evenlng. The rooms were beautifully
decorated with dogwood, Oregon
grape and Bpring flowers. An inter
esting program was rendered and
many played cards. Sixty-five were
present, some of them out-of-town
.guests. Delicious refreshments were
Twenty-five young people of the
Christian church with the pastor, The
Rev. Carl C .Walker, will motor to the
Fairbanks school house Sunday. A
basket dinner .v ill be served about
1 o'clock, after which there will be n
community sing and an afternoon
sermon by Rev. Walker on "The
Deity of Jesus." The Rev. and Mrs.
Walker will sing.
Mrs. Van Dellen Party.
Mrs. John Van Dellen entertained
at her home in Alvord street, Thurs
day afternoon. Tha rooms were dec
orated with cut flowers, of purple and
gold in the living room, and pink and
white in the dining room. Mrs. John
Odell won the high score at bridge.
Airs. J. R. Johnson assisted
, hostess. Those present were: Mrs.
Thompson Coberth, .Mrs. Joseph
Stadolman, Mrs. II. S. Rice, Mrs. Gus
Pearson, Mrs. Constance Hodder, Mrs.
John G. Odell, Mrs. L .Barnum, Mrs.
W. C. Waldron, Mrs. E. R. Lyda, Mrs.
Bert Thomas, Mrs. F. L Phlpps, Mrs.
Clyde Soitz, Mrs. T. (H. West, Mrs.
J. B. Kilmoro, Mrs. Bon R. Lltfln, Mrs.
R. C. Bradshaw, Mrs. Harlan Fan
cher. Mrs D. W. Yantls, Mrs. 'R, L.
Kirk, Mrs. Guy Eades, Mrs. David
Maxon, Mrs. Carlton P. Williams,
'Mrs. William Seufort, Mrs. Edward
Seufort, Mrs. 0. C. Mooro, Mrs. W. L.
Crichton, Mrs. Nettle Smith, Mrs. E.
31. Fronch, Mrs. C C. Ross, Mrs. E. M.
Williams, Mrs. M. M. Mathews, Mrp.
V. 8. Gannett, MrB. J. R. Johnson,
Mrs. Foster Ralston, Mrs. Put Foley,
Mrs. B, A. Lubbe, Mrs George Groblo,
Mrs. Paul McCoy, Mrs. Hurry F.
Greeno, Mrs. Bartholomew, Mrs.
Walter Jlart. Mrs. Paulino Vogt, Mrs.
J. Minor Booth, Mrs. W. II. HobBon,
Mrs. I), C. Ollnger, Mrs. Vosta Mays,
Mrs. J. T. Henry, Mrs. J. M. Goodwin,
Mtb. DuPrcOlrs. E3si0 Router. Mls
Mabel Mack, and Mies Dorothy Fred
MrB, Willam Hi Hobaon and Mrs
George" W. Groblo charmingly enter
tained Tuesday und Wednesday after
noons at the Hobaon's suburban homo,
orchids, lilacs and cherry blossoms
were used for the Intorior decorations,
and the verandahs wore twined with
Oregon, grape. On Tuesday afternoon
there were 11 tables at bridge, Miss
lrudonco Patterson winning the high
est score. On Wednesday afternoon
there were nlno tables and Mrs. A. S
Rcnnett won tho highest score, Tho
hostesses wore assisted by Mrs. B
A, Lubbe, Mrs. G. C. Moore, Mrs. N,
A. Bonn, Mrs, E. C. Pease, Mrs. F. G.
Dick, Mrs Joseph Heroux, Mrs. Grace
Crichton, Miss Edna Pease and Miss
Elsie Heuter of Forest Grove, and
Mrs. Opal 8. Baldorston of Orvllle,
Wash. Dainty refreshments wore serv.
B. Y. P. U. Meeting
'A spoclnl business nioetiug of tho
D. Y. P. U. of the Calvary Baptist
church was held at tliu home ot' Mrs.
Clarenco D. Calbreath, in Jackson
street, Wednesday evening. Ralph
Welbom was elected president of the
society und Htldred ell, vlco-proil-dent.
A report was prepared fo
Willamette association, which meets
in Portland liext month.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
the Christian church held a delightful
party in the nature of a country
i school, at the church Tuesday even
ing. The young men came attired in
overalls and the young ladies in bun
galow aprons. Typical of the country
school the water pail with tin dip
per stood in the rear of the room; a
characteristic program was rendered,
alter which those present wore invited
ft.n I, r. ... t. I l, 1. .1 1
ranged to represent a barn. Mounds of
nay auu it iew iiuin implements uuu
ed to the reality of the scene. The
remainder of the evening was spent in
playing "kid" games after which gen-
erous refreshments Avere served.
A delightful time was enjoyed Mon
day evening by more than 100 mem
bers of the Caivary Baptist church at
a "get acquanited and know each
other better social" which was a re
ception for the new members who
have entered the church during the
past few months. An interesting pro
gram prepared under the direction of
Mrs. Clarence Calbreath was render
ed. It consisted of the following num
Ders: Saxophone orchestra selection,
Messrs Shipe, Broer, Calbreath, Hill
and Roth; Greetings of Welcome,
Mahlon Remington; response, Kinley
Adams; vocal solo, John Broer; read
ing, Mrs. George Splckerman; piario
selection, Miss Aletha Miller; saxa
phone duet, Messrs. Shipe and Roth,
accompanied by Mrs. Kinley Adams at
tho piano; vocal solo, Charles Roth.
Following the program a few remarks
were made by the pastor and the
company were Invited to the social
room where refreshments were serv
ed a la cafeteria.
The lectures of C. A. Greene led to
tha organization of a Psychology club
Monday evening. There were 12 char
ter members to the club. Dr. F. R.
Brazeau, the temporary chairman, was
elected president;' Mrs. Lulu D. Cran-
Hall, vice-president, and Mrs. W. F.
Gitchell, secretary and treasurer. The
personnel of the various committees
appointed is as follows: Constitution
and by-laws, P. E. Blackman, Tho
Rev. John L. Bogue, and The Rev. G
K. Hartman; educational, The Rev. G
K. Hartman, P. E. Blackman and H
E. Worth; membership, Fred Cy
phers, Mrs. George Wensley and Mrs
W. F. Gitchell. The next mooting will
be held Monday evening, April 25, at.
6 o'clock, In Mrs. Lulu D. Crandall's
office in Third street. Any one inter
osted in psychology is invited to join
the organization or attend the moot
Tho community luncheon served In
the Y. W C. A. rooms Thursday was
a very enjoyable affair. The tables
were tastefully arranged and an excel
lent meal was served. ,1L W. Arbury
led in a community sing with Charles
Roth at the piano. MisB Flora Curr
spoke of the county library as a com
inanity usset, E. F. Van Scholck tola
of the plans of the chamber ot com
merce to determine und utilize the re
sources of the county. The Rev, W
JI. H, Forsyth spoke of 'the increased
strength ot the city churches to help
the community by a federated effort.
Miss Helen Fair spoke of the loy
ulty ot the womeh and girls of the
city to tho Y. W. C. A Jn the recent
budget campaign. Captain Langdon of
tho Salvation army was Introduced
and she invited the cooporatlon of the
community service workers.
Lynn Roycroft was appointed chair
man of tho next luncheon,
These luncheons are a privilege to
the people of the city which should
not bo passed up. A good luncheou
In a pleasant environment with en
thusiastic community talks and songs
is a real feast. Tho SO cents charge ,s
very nominal. Plan to attend the noxt
one Thursday, Muy 5.
Tho young married people's club
entertained tho bachelors' club at the
h'lks' temple Monday night .at an on-
jojable dance. Beautiful decorative ef
fects were gotten with tho use of
yellow sunflowers, blue lupin und Ore
gon grape, with several large floor
lamps. Miss ,Ruth Kurtz and MUs
Juno llarriman rerved punch during
the evening. Buffet refreshments
wore tewed In tho adjoining dining
room. Richards orchestra furnished
The Rebekah lodge held a pleasant
social meeting Monday evening, with
refreshments served, after the regular
order of business Three new mem
bers initiated were, Miss Winifred
Amy, Miss Milllson Bevens, and Ralph
Sorosis Club Elects.
The annual meeting for the elec
tion of officers in the Sorosis club
was held Tuesday afternoon in the
Y. W. C. A. rooms. The entire corps
of officers were unanimously re-elect-'ed
for the coming year. They are:
Mrs. Zetta Watts, president, Mrs. Mil
dred Bright, vice-president; Mrs. Mar
garet Walker, recording secretary;
'Mrs. Nell Staaelman, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Jennie Burget, treas
urer. Mrs. Georgiana Curtiss was
unanimously elected new director for ,
iTho Missionary circle of the Bap-
tist church held its monthly meeting
. ... . . l
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. H. Meyers, on Cherry Hill.
The ladies met at the church building1
and were taken by autos to the Mey
ers home, where an enjoyable meeting
R. V. P. Club.
Mrs. Floyd Sims entertained the
R. V. P. club at her home Friday
evening. White narcissus were used
in the decorations.
Party for Clara Belts
C. F. Belts gave a birthday
t Artv. Monday aftoinoon, for her
little daughter Clara, at their homy
Oil east Hiiro. Street, Vtuiucb nciu
played after which the children were
invited to the dining room which
was decorated in gieen and yoi'ov
Dainty baskets of candy were jjiven
as favors; the birthday cake held 11
candles. The littl-j guestB present
vere: Dorothy Serls Doris Belts,
Ruth Starr, Alice Race, Dorothy j
Race, Mildred Emerson and Gladys i
Peters. Mrs. Nelsoi and Mrs. W. B.!
Soils assisted Mrs, Belts.
The Rebekah lodge gave a unique?east of The Dalles. In addition to
party atthe lodge rooms, laBt night (i 1
which was greatly enjoyed by all i
present. The men came dressed in
overalls and the ladles in house
dresses. The star character .among;
the. men was Paul Welgelt, who wore
a "cut-away" coat highly decorated
with campaign buttons and blue
nvnrHltH cenerously patched with
red. The ladies brought lunches for
two in attractive boxes. The men
drew numbers which determined
whose lunch they should share. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Kargl received
urizes as the -best dancers and G. L
Coleman and Mrs. Christine Moiastt
for the highest score at Five Hun
dred. Several visiting members were'
Green Bridge Party
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Green enter
tained friends at six tarles of Bridge,
at' their home last night. Spring
flowers were used for the decora
tlons. The prize for the highest,
score went to Mr. and Mrs. D.W,
Y ant is and the consolation prize to
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Fancher. The
lnvitntional list Included Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Yantls, Mr. and Mrs. H
n. Fancher. Mr. and Mrs," B. A.
Lubbe, Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Lltfln,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sims, Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver Krler, Mr. and Mrs. R.
D. Maxon, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Pep
per, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Ollnger Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Crichton, and Mrs.
E. C. Goodwin of, Portland.
Mrs. F. H. Watts was hostess to
about 25 out-of-town ladles wnose
husbands were attending tHfe Woodt
men ot the World meeting, last Sat
urday night. Mrs. F. M. Sexton as..
slated Mrs. Watts. Cards were played.,
until midnight when the ladies join
ed their husbands at the lodge rooms, (
to enjoy the banquet whicn aa Dee
prepared for them.
Friday Night Club,
Mrs C. A. Johnston and Mrs. Jo-
sepha Fulton entertained the Frflay
Night Bridge club at Mrs. Johnston's
home. Sunflowers and lupin were ef
fectively used In the decorations,
Mrs. Frances Galloway received the.
prize for the highest score. The in
vited guests were: Mrs. J. I. Cham-!
bers, Mrs. J. B. Kijmore, Mrs. Mc
Musters ot Portland, Miss Lucille
Cummins, and Miss Delia Scamlan.
A delightful meeting of the Needle-
craft club was held Friday after
noon at tho home of Mrs. Sarah
Michell, with Miss Minnie Michell as
sisting. The afternoon was spent
with needlework and In a pleasant
social time. Mrs. Michell has long enjoying a house party, work to be
been an honorary member of the undertaken by the high school club
club, and in token of the high es- during the remainder of 1921 will
teem in which she is held, the club be discussed and working plans for
presented her with a pair of gloves, mulated.
Mrs. J. E. Barnett making the pre-
sentatlon with appropriate remarks. . FOR ELKS AND LADIES
Refreshments were served. Besides
the club members, Mrs. George An informal dancing party, for Elks
Blakeley, Mrs. E. C. Pease, Mrs. H. nnd their ladies only, will be held In
G. Miller, Mrs. L. J. Gates, Mrs. the Elks' hall Monday evening, it
Julia Allen, recently from Iowa, and was ann0unced today. All Elks are
Mrs. Ellen Burgess were present.
i Admission will be free. Music will be
Historical Society furnished by the Elks' seven-piece or
The Dalles historical society met chestra.
Tuesday afternoon, in celebration of
the birthday anniversaries of Mrs.
E. C. Price, and Mrs. D. J. Cooper.
The building was crowded with mem
hnrn nnd their friends. The society
has adopted the custom, of making
each member's birthday anniversary
the subject of a celebration.
Mrs Ada Miliken gave a short
l talk about the Fort building, now
d ag ft home fay thfi ,ocal h,stor.
ic&l society. She said that the first
white woman buriqd in The Dalles,
t:te mother of Owen Churchill, Was
in the yard of the old Fort
memorial tree is now
growing near the grave.
Mrs. Miliken, herself a pioneer of
the northwest, exhibited a rapier,
such as was carried in canes in the
early days, for self-defense,
A musical program, followed by a
delightful luncheon, completed the
birthday anniversary program.
For Mrs. McPherson
In honor of her sister, Mrs. J. L.
McPherson of Seattle, Mrs. J. Minor
Booth entertained informally Friday
afternoon at a tea. Mrs. .E. C. Price
and Mrs. J. C. Hostetler presided at
the tea table, with Miss nuaoiestone,
uie t iu., u "r '
Miss Turner, miss ok,
mina iuaiii aodiawuc, ... w-. . o-
Mrs. McPherson, accompanied by ner
son, Kenneth, left today for home,
making the' trip to Portland over the
Columbia River highway. They were
accompanied as far as Portland by
Mr. and Mrs. Booth and their daugh
1 r-nhinnt mpmhern of the local
high school Y. W. C. A. club will be
'guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Sam-
Ipils tomorrow, af the Sammis ranch
invited to attend, with their ladles.
Herbert Lowell Law and Miss
'Mildred Margaret Davidson, popular
young people of this city, were mar-
ried this morning at. the Congrega-
tional parsonage, The Rev. E. Goudge
olclatlngf Tne rlng ceremony was
used. Those present at the ceremony
were: Mr. and Mrs. George E. Corson,
Mrs.'H. A. Davidson, mother of the
Drhle. Miss Leanore Davidson, Mrs.
Katnerlne Morse, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Morse, William G. Morse, Kenneth
Tnompson and H w. Arbury. ..The
yQung cQuple m tQ make thelf
,home m ms Js employeQ
at the Casino theater.
Day or night. Stand at Club Cigar
utore. Telephone red 1711. R. Winter
HOW WOULD YOU DO IT7
"How would you spend a million
do'llars, if you suddenly fell heir to
that amount of money." queried Man.
ager Nolan of the Empress theater to
"I've often dreamed of having all
e money that I could possibly
spend," the object of Nolan's inquiry
responded. "I don't think, however;
that I would have as much trouble in
spending a million dollars as Fatty
Arbuckle has in the Paramount pic-
ture. 'Brewster's Millions.'"
This conversation suggested a "how-.
to spend-a-million" contest to Nolan
which he accordingly put into execu
lion. He discussed the matter with the
staff of The Chronicle and it was
Home of Superfeatures
Not a Wtr Picture
Black Sennett 5 Reel Comedy -with Ben
agreed that staff members would act
as judges In selecting the best com
positions on how to spend such a
large sum of money.
The contest closes next Saturday'
night. In the meantime, Manager No
lan suggests, every person wishing
to write a composition on the subject
should see how Fatty Arbuckle, as
Monte Brewster, spent his million.
"Brewster's Millions," will be shown
nt the Empress theater Thursday and
Friday, April 28 and 29.
All essays in the million-dollar
contest must be .handed- in either at
the Empress theater or The Chronicle
office by 9 o'clock, Saturday, April 30.
GERMANY WOULD eBUILD
FRANCE 25,000 HOUSES
By United News
BERLIN, April 23. Germany of
fers to construct and equip 25,000
dwellings In the devastated regions
of France before next winter, pay
ing all expenses herself, and supply
ing the manpower out of German la
bor reserves, In the new reparations
scheme which is to be submitted to
the allies. The cost of this reconstruc
tion is to be held deductable from
the total reparation bill, according to
the German proffer.
Knights of Pythias
Regular meeting Monday
night, April 25. Work In
knight rank. Visiting mem
bers invited. By order of
C. H. BAGGOTT, C. C. 25
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing room and bedroom. 518 Fulton
street. . 26
WANTED Experienced chore man
and wife want work on ranch. Wife
to cook. Prefer place where there
is no other woman, 109 East Third.
Red 4112. 25
FOR SALE Manning kerosene
burner complete with 50 gallon
storage tank, or will trade for
electric plate or small electric
range. Write Box 13, Chronicle. 23
"Pals and Petticoataw