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- FRIDAY 'MORNING,- DECEMBER 17; XD26
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Js Dorothy Patterson
Announces Betrothal to
tJQr Dolph Lawrence Craig
host of Salem friends will be
extremely interested in the news
t, the betrothal of Miss Dorothy
"lerson, eldest daughter of Mrs.
ard G. Patterson, to Dr. Dolph
awrence Craig, son of Robert
Craig. The wedding will be an
attractive event of Wednesday,
The Announcement was made
by Miss Beverley ArmBffong dur
ing an enjoyable afternoon bridge
tarty at which Miss Patterson was
hostess yesterday in her home,
honoring Mrs. Frank Durbin Jr.,
(Ceta Pearson). Miss Armstrong
passed lovely individual corsages
to each guest during the playing.
To each corsage was attached the
names of the betrothed couple,
- The Patterson home, arranged
for bridge, featured a beautiful
Yuletide bcakground of holly,
poinsettlas and a lighted Christ
Miss Prudence Patterson, sister
of the hostess bride-elect, assisted
in the serving.
In the group Invited to share in
the pleasure of the announcement
party, as well as to compliment
jMrs. Frank Durbin Jr., a recent
.bride, were Mrs. Durbin. the honor
'guest,' Mrs. Breyman Boise. Mrs.
jLewis D. Griffith, Mrs. Richard
Slater. Mrs. Karle Becke, Mrs.
jDwight Quisenberry, Mrs. William
Eosscr, Miss Letha Wilson of
ong Beach, Cal.; Mrs. Asel Eoff,
rs. Bert Ford, Mrs. Oliver Jes
feup of Molalla, Mrs. Lewis Greene
bf Portland. Miss Lois Wheeler,
jMlss Jeanette Meredith, Mrs.
Frederick peckebach, Mrs, Ed
ward G. Patterson, Miss Prudence
Patterson and the hostess, Miss
'Both Miss Patterson and her
fiance are very popular in Salem.
Miss Patterson is a former Ore
son Agricultural college student,
iv'hile Dr. Craig is a graduate of
he North Pacific Dental college.
1 Salem Woman s Club Benefit
Iridge Tea Will be
Zvent of January Five
An outstanding event of the
Irst week' in the new year will
e the big benefit bridge tea of
Wednesday, Jan. 5, which the Sa
lem Woman's club will sponsor at
the club house. The card parties
Sponsored by the Salem Woman's
lub, the largest organization of
. women -in " Salem, are always af
fairs of considerable" prominence
4ndJhe 'many tables available are
iwfii n" demand.
i$ number of matrons are in the
1 ibit of reserving several tables
i or use by their own group, thus
j iving a small party within the
lurger, and less intimate, one.
jt The funds derived will go to
Ward the purchase of a covering
tbi the clnb house floor. Each
hiostess is asked to bring a deck cf
vards and 'pencils for her own
tkble. Reservations may be made
at once with any member of the
Mrs. E. M. Hoffnell is chairman
of the group, while Mrs. Roy Bur
ton, senior member of the house
committee, is in general charge.
Those comprising the group in
charge of this interesting benefit
affair are Mrs. 11. M.'Hoffnell, Mrs.
(i S. Hamilton. Mrs. V. E. Kuhn,
rs. H. L. Stiff, Mrs. H. -J. Wied
rror, Mrs. Roy Mills, Mrs. Walter
LI Spaulding, Mrs. Lewis D. Grif
fith, Mrs. Will Allen, Mrs. E. E.
Fragg, Mrs. D. X. Beechler and
Mrs. Roy Burton.
The hours for playing will be
from 2 to 5 o'clock.
De Molay Dance at lllahee
Country Club Will De
Event of Tonight
The De Molay holiday dance at
thle lllahee Country club will be
a j decidedly interesting event of
tlda evening, Dec. 30. The order
extends, through the columns of
f lie press, an invitation to all mem
txfrsof the Eastern Star as well
a all Masons, to attend. Danc
ing will begin at 9 o'clock.
. tone Hundred, cards nave been
feiued to members of the younger
lit is hoped that a great many
members of the Eastern Star, as
wi 11 as Masons, will accept the in
vi ation to this holiday affair.
G test at Weller Home
Mrs. Charles S. Weller enter
ta ned as her guest yesterday Mrs.
J.J A. Churchill of Ashland. Mrs.
Cliurchill teturned to "Salem with
M '. and , Mrs. Weller, who spent
flip Christmas holidays in Port
land. Mr. Churchill Joined Mrs.
Churchill last night and the two
continued their trip to Ashland.
Mrs. Albert C. Gragg
Entertains Auxiliary Officers
itli Christmas Party
-; JAiv -cjoyable affair of the holl
dmy'Toti was the -bridge party
off Arfay evenfng dt which Mr?.
Avvv,r C- Gragg, retiring ' presi
dent of the American Legion aux
iliary, entertained the' staff 'of voff I-
"BOnesteele Motor -On. ' 474 - S.
'fcfm'l has the Dodge- automobile
V t AU'fcteel'bodr. -Lasts a
r i Jirpupie. ask uoage owners Tney
will tell yon. , ()
irst National Bank, the" bank
or mcnasaip ana:' helpfulness 'in
time of qeed. Ihteres jaid on
time deposits. "Open an account
cers who have worked with her
is such an efficient and satisfac
tory manner throughout a year
which will come to a close tomor
row. Mrs. Gragg has filled her office
as president in a highly satisfac
tory manner. The success of the
year she attributes to the officers
rather than to herself. During her
term Mrs. Gragg had the honor of
installing a chapter of the auxil
iary at her former home, Heppner,
Or. On Friday she will perform
the same service for a neighbor
ing community. Since Mrs. Gragg
wint into office the fund in the
treasury has risen from $30 to
$300. The auxiliary now has a
membership of more than 100,
with each member actively inter
ested in the still further growth
of the organization.
At the party on Tuesday Mrs.
Gragg entertained as a special
guest Mrs. W. A. Zosel of Co
qcille, her sister-in-law and house
guest. Mr. Zosel is active in Am
erican Legion auxiliary work in
her home town.
The Gragg home was beautifully
decorated with Christmas greens
and a decorated Christmas tree.
Green tapers burned on the man
tel. As favors, Mrs. Gragg pre
sented individual corsages made
up with dainty georgette hand
kerchiefs. Mrs. B. A. Victor won the high
score of the eveninR.
Those piaying at the tables were
Mrs. W A. Zosel of Coquille, Mrs
B. A. Victojr, Mrs. Paul Burris,
Mrs. Jesse George. Mrs. Robert
L'udrow. Mrs. Albert T. Anderson,
Mrs.. W. A. Vincent. Mrs. Allan
Cleveland, Mrs. Lloyd Demareet,
Mrs. S. J. Ostrander, Mrs. Miles
McKey and the hostess, Mrs. Al
bert C. Gragg.
Grand Daughter of Former
Statesman Editor Dies
in Pocatello, Idaho
Salem friends will receive with
sorrow the belated news of the
death in Pocatello, Idaho, of Sally
Shipman, the 6-year-old grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Brady, formerly of Salem where
Mr. Brady was "managing editor
of The Statesman.
The little girl was the younger
daughter of Vera Brady Shipman,
who visited in Oregon in 19 24. At
that time she was accompanied by
her eldest daughter, Mary Jule.
Sally's death occurred the last
of October following a severe com
plication of diseases, including
scarlet fever and pneumonia. For
three weeks the little girl was in
a hospital in Pocatello. The child
fell ill three weeks after reaching
Idaho from Chicago. Mary Jule
was sent back to Chicago to re
ceive inoculation for the malady,
which took her sister's life.
Sally was an adorable baby girl
and a continual source of pride
and joy not only to her mother but
to her fond grandparents as well.
Her winsome ways will never be
forgotten by those who knew, and
who have heard of her.
The grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Brady, have taken over the Eve
ning Bulletin in Blackfoot, Idaho,
and are now making their home
Mrs. Shipman, who has achieved
considerable distinction a3 a jour
nalist, has returned to Chicago.
Guest in Vancouver, D. C.
Mrs. George F. Rodgers is the
house truest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James G.
A. Hutchinson, in Vancouver, B. C.
She will be away until after New
Hub Class of Knight
Memorial Cnurcti bnjoys
A very enjoyable affair of the
holiday interim was the party of
Tuesday evening at which 60 mem
bers and friends of the Hub class
of the Knight Memorial church
were entertained in the church
parlors. Holiday decorations were
A particularly clever feature of
the program was the skit in which
the Darticipants were Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Brown, Rev. H. C. Stover,
B. E. Edwards. Ray Thompson and
Mr. and Mrs. Braden.
A variety of games were en-
Joyed, after which followed a so
cial hour and delicious refresh
ments. Dr. Frank Brown is the teacher
of the class.
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Ladies' Aid society of the Wom4
an's Relief corps. Mm. Katie
Shott. 850 E street, hostess.
Kensington club. Mrs. Frank
Power. 253 North 13th street,
De Molay dance. lllahee Coun
try club, 9 o'clock.
Ladies' Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church. Chnrch par
lors, 2: SO o'clock.
"Open house" at P. L. Black
erby home, 1130 S. Liberty street,
in celebration of silver wedding
"The Man Nobody Knew." Film
at First Congregational cnurch,
Ernst von Dohnanvi. rreat Hun
garian pianist, in concert at Elsi-
nore theater. Second event in
Salem Artist series, S:20 o'clock.
Benefit bridge tea. Salem Wom
an's club. Club house at 461 N.
Cottage street, 2 to 5 o'clock.
Miss Hale in Portland
Miss Laura Hale will retiurn
home this evening after spending
two days in Portland in attend
ance at the annual meeting of the
Oregon State Teachers' association.
Miss Hale took part in the pro
gram sponsored by the classical
Guests From Wisconsin
Mrs. F. B. Southwick is enter
taining as her house guest her sis
ter, Mrs. Thomas Gosling and her
young son Thomas, Jr., of Mil
Vacation in Salem
Miss Gladys Wilson and Miss
Carolyn Wilson, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Wilson, are spend
ing the Christmas holidays iu Sa
lem as guests at the Wilson home.
Both girls are member of the
high school faculty at Hood River.
Parish Girl Reserves
A ?roup of Parrish junior high
school Girl Reserves met last Wed
nesday at the library to make up
a caroling party. Mr. Ramson
motored the girls to their various
destinations in his truck.
The seventh grade girls carried
packages containing foods for a
Christmas dinner for a needy fam
ily. When the packages were left,
carols were sung Stops were also
made at the Old People's home,
the Salem hospital, the Deaconess
hospital and at several individual
In the group were Ruby Page,
Rachel Gardner, Helen Newberry,
Lois Mulkey, Vivian Lanktree,
Frances Keefer, Gertrude De Voe,
Eunice Wenlock, Mildred Drager,
Margaret Nunn, Dolores Maxwell,
Frances Reed, Esther Cook and
Beulah Lang tree, and the advis
ers, Miss Bernice Mulvey, Miss
Bernice Coppock and Miss La Vada
Maxwell of Willamette university.
Royal Neighbors Meet
at Lov eland Home
Members of the Royal Neigh
bors held an enjoyable session on
Monday evening at the home of
Mrs. Bertha Loveland. Following
the usual business session a pro
gram was held. Mrs. Ida KeeneJ
presented information in the in
terest of the national contest
which is being sponsored, and of
which she and Mrs. Bertha Love
land are local chairmen. Mrs.
Mary Ackerman and Mrs. Peter
son both gave readings. A Christ
mas fortune game was a source of
much merriment to those present.
House Guests at
Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Huber had
as their guests during the Christ
mas holidays 'Mr. and Mrs. Rus
sell Parker and daughter. Mar
garet Lou of Newberg. Over the
week-end their guest was Miss
Minnie B. Stannard of the Child
ren's Farm Home, Corvallis.
Patton's Book Stora is Salem's
agent for the celebrated F. S.
Webster line of ribbons and car
bon. All other makes at close out
Mrs. H. P. Stlth, millinery.
Most beautiful hats in Salem; all
shapes and colors; full stock from
which to make fine selections.
Best quality. 333 State St. ()
And His Sales Room
Now Located At
217 S; High St.
:r With E. Tallman
The place where you can ; get the big
sweet Noble French- prune trees which
will bring you the big sweet prune
like the ones which Mr. Andrews has
exhibited for three years at the State
'THE Prices of. the trees
4 to 6 ft.
i 3 to4ft
Ernst von Doiinanyi. distin
guished Hungarian pianist, who
will appear in Salem for a one
night engagement at the Elsinore
theatre on Monday evening. This
is the second event in the Salem
Artist Series, the first having been
the Ukrainian National Chorus.
Salem Woman's Club
Will Place Calendars
on Sale Today
Beginning at 10 o'clock this
morning anyone interested may
secure one of the Salem Woman's
club reference calendars which
are now o"ff the press. The calen
dars, listing meetings of all de
scriptions, will be a great aid to
all those affiliated with one or
Those interested in finding a
day comparatively free for the giv
ing of a party, or the sponsoring
of a function of any kind, will
find the calendar of service. The
calendar shows not only the days
which are taken, but also the na
ture of the meeting.
The first allottment of calendars
will be on sale at the C. F. Ham
ilton furniture store on Court
street. A table will be arranged
inside the door.
The central committee, includ
ing Mrs. Wm. Fordyce Fargo, Miss
Mattie Beatty and Mrs. W. E. An
derson; members of the finance
committee, Mrs. Charles Weller,
Mrs. Kay Farmer. Miss Edith Haz
ard. Mrs. L. H. McMahan, Miss
Ethel Fletcher and Mrs. O. E.
Price; board of directors, Mrs. II.
G. Shipley, Mrs. Harry J. Love and
Mrs. Joseph H. Baumgartner; the
chairman of the board of trustees,
Mrs. F. A. Elliott; the chairman
of the house committee, Mrs. Ed
win M. Hoffnell, and the officers,
Mrs. Clarence S. Hamilton, presi
dent; Mrs. Frank M. Erickson,
vice president; Mrs. Harry J.
Wiedmer. recording secretary;
Mrs. Walter I. Staley, financial sec
retary; Mrs. Oscar E. Price and
Miss Mattie F. Beattie. parliamen
tarian, are all assisting in the
project of the calendars which is
engaging the attention of the club
as a whole.
Those who wish to have their
calendars delivered to them may
call a member of the central com
mittee for this service.
Social Afternoon Club
Holds Delightful Affair
The last meeting of the Social
Afternoon club of the Eastern Star
for the year was a delightful
event of Tuesday afternoon when
12 tables of cards were arranged
Quality painting, both varnish
and lacquer work, in our modern
equipped paint shop. Washing,
greasing and night service; tire
repairs. Wood's Auto Service. ( )
The Cherry City Baking Co's
bread, pies and cake are of high
est quality. One of Oregon's most
sanitary bakeries; visit it. Worth
while. A Salem show place. ()
O. J. Hull Auto Top & Paint
Co. Radiator, fender and body
repairing. Artistic painting adds
100 to the appearance of your
auto. 267 S. -Com'l. ()
Halik & Eoff Electric Shop, 337
Court St. Everything electric,
from motors and fixtures and sup
plies to wiring. Get prices and
look at complete stock. ()
Cobbs & Mitchell Co., lumber
and building materials for every
purpose. Get estimates, look at
quality of material, then you will
order. 349 S. 12th St. ()
for the pleasure of the guests as
sembling at the Masonic Temple.
.Mrs. Paul Hauser was success
ful, in winning the high score at
bridge, while the' honor in five
hundred went to Mrs. Ida Bab
cock. :-Beautiful poinsetiias decked the
rooms, while the tea table -was
ornamented with bronze baskets
of fruit and red tapers burning in
f-The social-committe for the af
fair included Marian Derby, Clara
Belle Hauser, Elizabeth Peterson,
.Mabel Minto, Stella Henry, Lil
lian Erickeon. Maude Tallman,
Laura Blevins and Addie Petteys.
Mrs. O. A. Olsen, social chairman
for the year, was in general
Kensington Clnb Today
' Mrs. Frank Power will enter
tain members of the Kensington
club this afternoon at ner home,
253 North Thirteenth street.
Christmas Dinner in Silverton
Honors Visitor From
A Christmas dinner was given
ar. the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
King, near Silverton, in honor of
Mrs. King's mother, Mrs. H. C.
Warren of Oakland, Cal., who was
formerly an old resident of this
section. It was the 80th anni
versary of her birthday, and the
first Christmas spent with her
grandchildren. A lae cake, cov
ered with 80 candles, adorned the
center of the table.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. H. E, King, Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Warren, of Grande Ronde, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Cannon of Salem;
grandchildren present were Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Warren Jr., of Sa
lem, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper King of
Silverton, Zelma King. Jessie
King, Helen King, Verle King and
Eddie King. Six great grandchild
ren were also present, namely.
Earl. Irene and Robert Warren of
Salem, and Frances, Carol and
pelbert King of Silverton.
Christmas Guests at
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Drager en
tertained as their Christmas guests
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of
Hillsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert.
Miss Gladys Johnson, Samuel
Johnson, and Mrs. Drager's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Johnson
Return From Tacoma
Ruby Drager and Robert Drag
er have returned from Tacoma
where they were guests over the
Christmas week-end of their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
La Mere Club Enjoys
Mrs. Ed Shunke delightfully en
tertained members of the La Mere
club at a 1 o'ciock luncheon and
Christmas party at her home on
N'orth Church street, Tuesday, De
Covers were placed for Mes-
Many, many people passed the good word
showing the coats and dresses in our
Here are a few prices just to give you
A rack of clever frocks made up in
the late winter styles.blouse backs,
and straight lines. Crepe, satin
faced, velvets, cut velvets and com
9.75 1248 15.00
dames Harry Harms, E. II. Bin
genheimer, D. R. Peterson, Charles
Davis. Clifton Mudd, C. V. Huber.
Walter Nelson, K. H. Pickens, Wil
bur McClaren, F. H. Struble, Ben
Eilers, Floyd White and the hos
tess, Mrs. Shunke.
Mrs. Denton Entertains
Group of Forty at Annual
Mrs. Walter A. Denton, in keep
ing with a delightful custom es
tablished several years ago, en
tertained on Tuesday aight at her
annual theater party compliment
ing the members of her piano
classes. This year, for a line party
to the Elsinore, 40 were included.
Following the evening perform
ance delicious refreshments were
ei.joyed at the Gray Belle.
GOOD BRIDGE SKILL
TO WRITE FOR STATESMAN
No longer need you suffer the
embarrassment of having to say:
"No, we don't play bridge; I
just can't learn it."
For the readers of The States
man the skill of good bridge is to
be made simple and easy, so that
all may enjoy the captivating
charm of this greatest of home
That's great news for those who
want to learn to play bridge, and
here's greater news for those who
already are bridge fans:
Milton C. Work, the greatest
international authority on auction
bridge, is to write for this news
paper every day!
One of Mr. Work's cardinal
rules for the bridge table is:
"Never bid a 'no trump' with a
worthless singleton unless you
have a worthless partner."
It would be painful to have to
admit that you are such a partner.
But no one need be such a
partner not any longer! For Mr.
Work tells you, in a clear, simple,
sparkling and yet easily under
standable terms, all you need to
know about the combinations of
the cards in order to play winning
You will enjoy this feature per
haps as you 'have never enjoyed a
Wateh for further announce
ments. Mr. Work's interesting
articles will begin soon in Tho
Hartman Bros. Jewelry Store.
Watches, clocks, rings, pins, dia
monds, charms, cut glass, silver
ware. Standard goods. State at
Liberty St. ()
Slate surface ' roofing applied
over your old shingles. We have
over 200 jobs in Salem. Nelson
Bros., plumbers, sheet metal;
work, 355 Chemeketa. ()
Salem. New 11-story First Na
tional Wank buildiriK will tr rruly
for ust Jan. 1.
Some good dress and gport
coats with fur and mandell
collars. All small sizes. Take
9.75 to 13.50
Hi :t0 11:30 KGW (491). Music, wth
, tr, household helps.
10:00-11:00 KPWV (212). Housewife'
11:00-12:00 KOI.V (319). Domestic
science talk, music.
:on KFEC f-32. Weather report.
12 :P.O-l :SO KGW'. Konn conrert.
1:30-2:30 KTBR (263). Housewife's
2:00 :1:00 KXL (400). Mutic.
3:00-4:00 KOIV. New, music.
4:OO-5:0O KKEC Music.
.1:00-6:00 KKWV. Twilight hour.
5:00-(i:UO KTBK. Children's program.
5:00 6:uO KKX (447). Children's pro
sram. .1:15-6:00 KOIX. Topsy Turvy T:me.
6:00-7:00 KOIN 319). Ore an recital.
6:00-7:00 KG W (491). Concert.
6:(mi-7.00 KFWV (212). Twilite boor.
6:00-6 :30 KTBR (263). Tourist guide.
6:30-7:00 KXL (400). Music.
T:0O-7:30 KGW. Studio profrmm.
7:00-7:30 KOIX. Amusement suggestion
7:00-S:00 KFWV. Amusement (ruide.
7:30-8:1.1 KF.TR (263). Evening story.
7 :3o-7 :45 KGW. I'tility service.
7:45-8:00 KGW. Religious lecture.
8:00-10:00 KOIN. Studio program.
8 :O0-l0 :O0 KGW. Vaudeftile.
8:00-9:00 KFWV. Orchestra.
8:00-9:00 KEX. Studio program.
8:15 8:30 KFJH. Radio code class con
ducted bv Ashler C. Dixon.
9:00 10:00 KPrfR. Oregon Journal Sen
iors. 9:00 10:00 KFWV. .Music.
10:00-11:00 KOIN. Orchestra. I
KtiO Oakland (361). 6-7. orchestra; 8.
i rrhestrj and soloists; 9. orchestra and
KFWB. Hollywood (252). 6-7, orchestra:
7-8, music: news: 8-10, orchestra and
soloists,; 10. frolic.
KFI. Los Angeles (467). 3:36-6, orches
tra: 6. nightly doings; 6:35, orchestra;
7- 8, studio program; 8-9. drama hour;
9-10. fcemi-classical raabic ; 10-11, or-phf-stra
KFOX. Long Bath (232). 6-6:20, organ
recital: 6:20-7. concert orchestra; 7-8,
studio program: 8-0, hand concert; 9
10, orchestra; 10-11, organ recital.
KPO. San Francisco (4.28). 5:30-6:30,
children's hour; 6:30-7:30, orchestra;
8- 9. studio program; 9-12, Christmas
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along and our salespeople have been busy
an idea of the savings
KrsG f U fABle 275). l -7:30,
music; 7:30-:30." baptismal aerriee;
:30-107 studio program; 10-11, orgaa
recital an aeloista. v
KN'X. Hollywood (337). , S :3M5. orehea
tra: orchestra;' e-tr;3'T. Tows Tattler;
; e:30-7. err tie si r : t-ii, . imc
gram ; ji, ercucsira. -,
KFWI San- Francisco' (230). -$-'6:30,' ma
gic; 6:30-7.-0. rraestra; 8-6:i0, sia
lic; 9-10, todio pre pram.
KOWW Walla Walla t285. 7 . service
hour: 10-11, orchestra; 11-12. organ
KFSD San Dies (245). 6:l--7. Town
Topics: 7-8. orchestra and soloists;
8-6, orchestra; 9-10, popular hour; 10
KHQ. Spokane (394). 6:30-7, stadio;
Sf-io, xtaaio program ana onage
son; 10-12, orchestra.
KFA17 Boise (28M. :0-7. rhildra'
program; 7:10-8; studio program.
CSRO Calgary (435. 7-S. children's pro
gram; 9:30, orchestra.
Giant and DuPont explosives
(fuse blasting: caps). Lumber,
and all building materials. Gab
riel Powder & Supply Co., 610 K.
CapifoL Tel. 2248. ()
Casey's Guaranteed Rheumatism
Remedy money refunded lr u
does not care your case. Nelson &
Hunt, Druggists, corner of Court
nd Liberty Sts. Tel. 7. (
SOCIAL "EVENING ENJOYED
PIT TmTTTAxr T A
(Special.) The combined choirs,
orchestras, and Sunday school
teachers or St. John's and Trinity
churches enjoyed a social evening
at Trinity church Tuesday even
II of head or ch
Of head Or chant airai mm ithiTw
treated externally with
I Got It
that can be had
Dress and spdrt coats in plaids,
manish materials and dress' coat
ings with fur and mandell collars.
There is nearly every size and
prices the first of the season were
in some cases double. 'We'll stand
a good loss on these.
19.75 24-75 44.75