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Supper Party Is
" One of the charming customs of
- the fall and winter dancing par
ties is that of prefacing the dance
with dinner events, either the pop
ular "no-host dinner or formal
, ' The Monday Night dab was the
first to start this custom off for
this season of club dances, with
several dinner parties before! the
dance last' night in Castillian ball.
A r7 attractive "no host" din
ner was that for which eight cou
ples gathered in the Oriental
room of the Marion hotel. Here a
long table was arranged with two
black bowls of mixed African and
.Trench marigolds on either side
'f a center arrangement .of six
orange candles in blick holders.
' Covers were placed for Mr. and
Mrs. H..V. Compton, Mr and Mrs.
TeS Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Page, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sanford.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ohltng, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Myers, Mr. and
Mrs. William Busick and Mr. and
Mrs. Don "Roberts.
Dr. and Mrs. Laban Steeves
were hostess for another attrac
tive dinner with Hallowe'en as the
decorative note. Covers were pla
ced for Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kugel,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mills, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Spaulding, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Johnson, Dr. and Mrs.
George R. Vehrs, Dr. and Mrs. W.
H. Darby and Dr. and Mrs. Laban
A third attractive, dinner was
In the private dining room of the
Gray Belle where a "no host" din
ner was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Wlllett, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Kirk.. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Smith,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Thorn.
World Wide Guild
Chapter Has Meeting
Sterling chapter of the World
Wide Guild of the Calvary Bap
tist church met with Mrs. El ma
McCalllster as hostess Monday
i night assisted by Mrs. William
The topic for discussion was
"Are You a Victim of the Caste
Delusion?" Miss Lorraine Gregg,
president' of the Guild, presided.
Mrs. Earl Gregg and Mrs. S. H.
Gile, counselors for the group,
were also present. 1
Members present for this meet
ing were: Mrs. Earl Gregg, coun
selor, Mrs. H. S. Gile, counselor,
Loladale Pickens, Evelyn "Young,
Dorothy Pickens, La Vina Bulr
gy. Alma Willis, Janet McAllister,
Jean McElhaney, Lois Cochran,
Zelda Harlan, Clara Jane Harms,
Lorraine Gregg, Loreta Wolfe.
Uorothy Ross, Edwina Baker, Vel
Alexander. Carol Stoddard,
Ruth McAllister, Jewel Howie,
Mildred Taylor and MarybeHe
Child" Study Class
For P. T. A.; v
A. group of the mothers of the
McKJnJey, Lincoln.- Leslie P. T. A.
are- taking ep tbe .&lld-tndy oat
Mmo sponsored by. th:.'Americmn
Association of University women
' for a study sou rse ande the dt
rectloa of Mrs. C. A. Downs.
This course will begin Tuesday,'
jOtteber.aaitt'thrnnua room of
tbe Lincoln scbooL Per further
information telephone Mrs. c. A.
Sowar. 1515. Alt mothers are
':; 'wekaaxa. U enter, whether they
v belong to the P. T. AC- or not. .
Vi ' .
, ? uy -afternoon sastero
Oregon, where she expects to visit
. ;tne libraries at Koo4 River, DaJ-
,iee,- renoieten, La Grande; and
'Baker. . , :
; - Mrs. Bacon will .make . the tour
wHh ber sister -Kay CIiimf Rtr.
, nan and her husband, Mr. Stra-
nan wno are on their way for a
- six weeks automobile rjn through
tbe southwest. Mrs. Bacon will
return, by train to SaJentFridayr
Mrs. Anna Shank
The members of the Women's
Foreign Missionary society of the
Jason Lee Methodist church will
be the guests of Mrs. Anna Shank
at her home, 1550 South Jjberty
street; Mr.. Sarah Lowry will be
the assistant hostess. " ' '
Mrfc John Huston lwill have
charge 6f the.devotieni and' Mrs:
T. H. Temple will lead the atndy.
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- bMLVBRTON Mii. ' Johtt WlC
on. entertained a group or little
girla Saturday afunooa Is honor
jof her granddaughter; Betty
'Jean WUon birthday.' Uttlr
red hat andred balloons were
used as favors and five little red
candles graced the birthday' cake.
'Guests for the occasion, were Bon-,
nie HalleV BIMe Hannbn.-June
-Bueir; Kvefyn' Chilberg, and Bet--ty
" Largcst bniHsra of Pisna in th world.'' .
fiitioa If Player PianosrPipe Orfaiis, Qrandj,
'';j Prjwnbgrhs, Radios. "
4 SarrthtMiddkiiwiiV Profits - .
uot of the-lirfcr
r"aXy INCONVENIENT, TO: CALIT
Olive ik Doak.
Chapter A. B. Guest
Of Mrs. E. Barrett
Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett was hos
tess for chapter A. B. of the P. E.
O. sisterhood Monday night. Mrs.
W. E. Kirk, president of the or
der, was present for the first time
this year, having just returned
from a summer visit. She spoke of
her travels and impressions of the
places which she had visited. Her
discussion was followed by a dis
cussion of plans for the philan
thropic work which this chapter
does each year. Mrs. Katherinc
Reed and Mrs. Mary Ranch, the
philanthropic committee, reported
on needs and ways of meeting
The business meeting was fol
lowed by a celebration of the
birthday of Mrs. Barrett's birth
day. A large birthday cake was cut
by Mrs. Barrett and Mrs. Henry
Morris, and Miss May Ranch as
sisted in serving.
Those present for this meeting
were Mrs. W. E. Kirk, Mrs. Wil
liam Dillmon Smith, Mrs. Mary
Reeves, Miss Carlotta Crowley.
Mrs. Henry Morris, Miss L. May
Raueh and Mrs. Barrett.
Mrs. EL J. Huffman
P. E. O. Hostess
Mrs. E. J. Huffman will be
hostess to members of chapter G
of the P. E. O. Sisterhood in the
Y. W. C. A. social room Tuesday
afternoon. Here plans will be talk
ed over for the rummage sale and
bazaar which will be held Friday
and Saturday. The location of the
sale has been changed from 420
Court street to 130 South High
The funds from this sale and
like activities which are being
planned for the future will be in
part used to swell the fund being
gathered for nse in the national
P. E. O. - convention .which is
scheduled for Portland in 1S31
This convention will be one of the
biggest convention of any woman's
organization of which Portland
can boast. There will be delegates
from all over the United States
Mrs. Gardner Knapp will read a
paper on "The Nursery School,"
and roll call will be answered with
Following ' the program the
guests will enjoy an afternoon tea
at the Spa.
Has New Memhers
(The Snikpoh Dramatic society
of the senior high school, one of
the oldest organizations In the
high school has announced its
new members for this year. These
membersare: Louise McDougal,
rJ""?' Charlotte Brown, Elinore
Henderson,' Beth DeLapp, Sevilia
Phelps,. Beatrice Johnston, Ruth
Howe, Sammie DeLapp. Bettie
Mae Hartung, Dorothy Dalk. -.; !
The odd name of the club is of
interest and eame about in rath
er an interesting manner. . The
first advisor - for the. society bore
the'name. or Hopkins. By turning
the name backward! the name of
Snnrpehywa: obtained- and tt has
been retained dsHsr the years.'
tMisa Leila Jo bnsen is the present
i . i e. . - e . . . .
Mrs. Spaulding Calls
A Membets'oC the PuWfce Welfare
eenunlttss of tas Salem Women's
n wflT meet: wittf their chaJr-
Iman, Mrs. Charles K. Spaulding,
rOT a committee meeting at her
home thin afternoon at 2:30
-".-Tbe discussion fer the after
tjram witt. center About the- com
ing sale of .Cbjr9tma seals and'
the Doetsbecker hospital, benefit
bridge wfctfeb theVWomeu'a efvbis
sponsoring-under the-direction of
tb Public Weltaw -committee Oc
tober 3Trtth clubheuea.- "
LHall wen Party '
Fojr Maccabees -
Thfr Maccabees - wUl celebrate
Hallowe'en a early with a cos
tume dance and card party with a
benefit .box supper an event of
the late evening hours Saturday
night . at the Fraternal temple.
This' will pe an open house night
for all -members of the fraternal
organization and thy are all urg
ed to' com and enioy the evening:
'.' Each lady is asked to bring a
box supper for two. ':i
HraveUin Soutk ..
- JJias, Ruth and ;Mias Carollas
Waterman, are sailing; shortly, ior
California where they -wilt spend
the 'winter;; visiting friend and
tfelatrfSBr They wffl spend aome
time in San Francisco and- from
there ihey will travel 'south step
ping jor visits at Palo Alto, FnL
lerton and Los-Angeles. , t
- Several affairs have bees given
and ace being gives fer them.be-.
fore they leave.
Ladies' Aid society of First
Presbyterian church, 2:30
o'clock, with Mrs. George J.
Pare. 57 North Winter
- Public welfare committee,
Woman's club, with Mrs.
Charles K. -. Knsnldinr. ? r 3
Past Noble Grand dub, Sa-
lem Rebekah todge, with; Eu-
genla and Wilda Slegmund,
13 9 C Lee street.
A. A. U. W. study classes
meet in Y. W. C. A. social
rooms, N. Liberty street, 7:30
South Circle of First Chris
tian church, all day meeting,
with Mrs. D. A. White. 749
South Liberty street Cover
ed dish luncheon at noon.
Woman's Relief Corps club.
Mr, Norma Terwilliger, 750
Woman's Union of First
Congregational church. Mrs.
Harry Elgin, 1475 North Lib
erty, 1:30 o'clock.
Woman's Foreign Mission
ary society of Jason Lee
church with Mrs. Anna Shank
1550 South Liberty street. 2
Y. W. C. A. Tea, introduc-
ing Mr. Elizabeth K. Galla-
her to members and friends
of Salem Y. W. C. A., In or-
ganization social rooms, 128
North Liberty street
Faculty Women's club,
Liberty Woman's club,
community clubhouse, 2:30
OO" card party at St. Jos-
eph's hall, 8 o'clock. Public
Reception for Rev. F. C.
Taylor and family and new
members of last year to First
Methodist church, 8 o'clock,
in church parlors.
Kensington club, with Mrs.
Harry J.'Moore. 1330 Center
street, 2:30 o'clock.
U. S. Grant Circle No. 5,
Ladies of the Grand Army of
the Republic, 2 o'clock in the
Veterans' room of Armory.
Unitarian Women's Alii-
anee, 1 o'clock luncheon,
program following, in church
Mary Martha society of the
First Christian cnurch, silver
tea. from 2 o'clock to 4 o'clock
. at the home of Mrs. J. C. Per-
ry, 835 North Summer street.
All women of the church and
HUBBARD L. A. Braden was
happily surprised Thursday eve
ning when a group of friends and
relatives gathered at his home to
honor him on his birthday anni
The evening was spent in play
ing -500" with prize won by Miss
Frances Weaver. Mrs. A. Holden,
V. C. Bishop and H. C. Mack.
Those s resent were Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Miller of Wtfbdbunu
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Bishop of Lake
Labisb. Mr. and Mrs. A. Helden.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jensen, Mr.
and MTfe. E. J. Wolfer and IUs
Lorene Braden, all of Independence,-
Mr; and ' Mrs. R. C. Painter.
Mrs. Alice Weaver. Mias France
Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mack.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Braden and
son Hillis. all of Hubbard.
Harmony Music Studio
G. CJjr Larkin, Directox' -
. PIANO (Harmony) .
t' rnniM - noons - I nnnrTTiwiAU
t IadNldaiel aad CSaas lmatiawtleai. . BesmBcra b4 advaaeed.
TEACHER AND SOLOISt
Celh Banjo Mandolin GuiUr
. Hawaiian and Ali String Instruments
Studio NelsoB BWg Thursday, Friday, or by appointment
Special fall rates to "students enrolling bow
' " Director Salem Harmony Trio
'Professional music for an occasions
"'Tp HE most beautiful black you've
A ever seeaT "AH my friends
admire my, new black sHhT The
coat I thought wa hopelessly tpotte
is now -a new, beautiful black 1"
are typical comments froan
women who-fcv need these true, it
black dyes. ' v. ;
Diamond Dyes Black never gives,
Dyes ReeVaad all the other Diamonds
auora ii n easy so use sua gives ;
inch beautiful result because it is-
F rich hi pore anilines, , It's tbe anilines .
m eyes trort give't&ef brutem
depth' add fastness; saake them go L
on smopthry- sod evenly, without
lv 'Cars. CWw
Salem Vocal Group
Plan to Give
Members of the Salem Choral
society met for the first time this
year at the Parish hall Monday
night where after deal of dis
cussion It was decided to give the
"Messiah" as the May festival
chorus which it has become the
custom of this group to give.
The chorus will be directed by
Pret H W. Hans Setts. It is
hoped' that this year with the
work on the "Messiah" the va
rious musical groups of the city
will cooperate with their talent
and help to make the production
a truly civic work.
The Choral society will meet
each Monday night from now on
at 7:30 o'clock at the parish hall
and those interested are asked to
Two minor productions are
planned by the group. One of
these will be held about Christ,
mas time and the other sometime
in February or March.
Informal Tea ,
SILVERTON: One of the love
liest of autumn teas was the in
formal one given for the teachers
of the Silverton schools Saturday
afternoon between the hours of
three and five o'clock at the M. C.
Woodward home with Mrs. Wood
ward and Mrs. Thomas Hardie as
hostesses.' Special guests were
women members of the choir and
departmental heads of the Meth
odist Episcopal church.
- Mrs. J. Ballentyne, Mrs. James
Campbell, Mrs. R. E. Kleinsorge
and Miss Martha Whltaker assist
ed about the rooms which were
very attractive with basket and
bowis of autumn flowers. Miss
Blanche Hubbs, Miss Rosella
Richardson, Mrs. William Dunn
and Mrs. Lee Alfred poured at the
tables while a group of the young
er girls, Harriet Campbell, Eliz
abeth Kleinsorge, Diana Moore
and Ruth Hubbs, served.
To Hear Lecture
The Woman's Alliance of the
Unitarian church will meet for it3
regular monthly business and
luncheon meeting at 1 o'clock at
the church Friday.
At this time Mrs. Julia Corn-
stock of Portland, district organ
izer for the Unitarian church of
Oregon, will be a special guest.
Mrs. Com stock will later appear
on the afternoon program . in a
discussion of the relation of the
Alliance work to the work of the
Musie for the afternoon pro
gram will be given by Mrs. W. J.
Minkiewits. Hostesses for the
luncheon and afternoon will. he-
Mrs. L F. Le Garie, Mrs. J. M.
Devers, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, and
Mies Gertrude Savage.
A very delightful informal sil
ver tea ls'beig sponsored by the
members of the First Presbyteri
an church' Ladies Aid- society at.
the horns of Mrs. George ' J.
Pearce, Iff North Winter street
today between the hours of 2:30
Octeher iata '
atresias er spotting. And Diamond
Dyes contam tit Mights quality
. ailmes that assiary cam by. The
erfogr-of ' Diamond Dyes
- is Ae. highest quality dye, prepared
for general use ItJjriJl, dye. or. fast
710; wool,, cotkm,-1 Encp Won, M
' any nnxture of material. Theater
package is a special dye for silk and
-wool only. With it you Can dttyoor
vafaabk artickof sr wool with
result etmaltnuheitoest professional
svotk. wmyoaBiu' i luimuwei tow
The hhe'tortibc Cves iDk or wool.
only. ; .TtkeJwAitr . package will dye
and .wooL - Ytr -leakr ;has both;
packages.: . rv - - - i-
o'clock and f 'elock. ' , i -Ur'v
The women ef the church and
friends -are Invited to call daring
tho afternoon. A program of mu
sic will bo presented by Mrs. W.
J. Minkiewita. and a talk on South
America as ahs know it will be
given by Mrs. Oliver Jessup.'
The receiving 11m for this af
fair win be headed by Mrs.
George J. Pearce, Mrs. Norman K.
Tally, and Mrs. William Schultx.
Mrs. Reed Chambers and Mrs.
J. W. Harbison will assist about
the rooms. Mrs. H. J. Bean and
Mrs. S. P. Kimball will pour dur
ing the afternoon hours.
Assisting in serving will be Mrs,
Charles Hndkiss, Mrs. Burton My
ers, Mrs. Phillip E. Barrett. Mrs.
David Bennett Hiir, and Mrs. S.
Mrs. I. M. Dough ton is chair
man of the committee on arrange
WEST SALEM A birthday
party was given Saturday after
noon honoring Teresa Mae
Greene's ninth birthday. About
nineteen girls gathered for the
occasion. A number of games
were played by tbe little' folk.
Miss Teresa received man
In the late afternoon, a delight
ful luncheon was served including
a large birthday cake. Mrs. C. E.
Greene was -assisted T serving by
Mrs. Stumbo, Miss Lettie Mc
Adams, Mrs. S. Pfeifaub, Mrs. B.
A. Hanks, and Miss Rose Croomey
The young folks enjoying the
afternoon were the Misses Betty
Anne Lemon, Janice Woolley, Al
ice Giffer, Carrol Young, Car
mella G rosso, Helen Sebern, Hel
en Mae Cook, Georgia Cook, Bet
ty Lue 'Williams, Claribelle Lakey,
Carrol Night. Barbara Miles, Vir
ginia Bishop, Ines Mean, Betty
Jane Sumers, Shirley Summers,
Rose Anne Hanks, and Margar
ette Rose Greene. Also two small
boys, Blaine Hanks, and Charles j
Greene were present.
DALLAS Members of the Dal
las Delphian chapter met at the
home of Mrs. Oscar Hayster, Mon
day afternoon to continue the
study of Greek tragedy, the day's
lesson being "Oedipus the King."
Members present were Mesdames
H. S. Plnkerton, Earle Richardson,
W. Ballantyne, C. W. Henkle, H.
M. Webb, V. C. Staats, Ivan War
ner, A. B. Starbuck, Roy Donahue,
J. C. Uglow, Maurice Dalton, C. N.
Bilyeu and the hostess.
TURNER. Mrs. Anna Farrls
was hostess for the October meet
ing of the W. C. T. U. Wednes
day afternoon. Twenty ladies
were present. After the business
session, the subject, for discus
sion was "What the Organization
Has Done for Humanity." Three
new members were added to the
roll. Dainty refreshments were
served at the close of the after,
PICTURES MAKE THE ROOM
Just imagine the dreariness of empty
walls, without artistically arranged pic
tures. We invite you to our shop to select a
few for your home.
GILBERT . STUDIO AND CRAFT SHOP
Upstairs at 147 No. Commercial Phone 391
COOKING SCHOOL ECHOES
Just try. this time-saving scheme and well
wager your family will hare hot 'biscuits for
WtenevefyL make biscuits, for 'the evening
meal, mix up enough extra dough for the follow-"
hag morning. Have your biscuits all cut out,
put them in "the pan and keep them overnight
where it's cold. AH you have to do the next
morning is to neat your oven and bake them.
Try this tested recipe for biscuits .given below.
Made with Criseo they are light, tender, fluffy
and snowywwhite. And, of course, their flavor is
sweet." How could 41: be otherwise when the
flavor of Criseo itself is so sweet and fresh?
( wp bread lour '
tf ipoeaa leteag
yi teapeon salt -x
-4 Ubkspooaa Criaco
fiilt-dry imdieta tocatb
Ferai eVwgh iote ahape, roll
shaped biacuiU. eat sqeafn,
tee-ot MmuvMaattriUiMtw wtk. BttoiaMi
iWT.) UVm aMTtea. liakca about It bieeeita.
v. ; ti-"
Then yTlimoVsland why. ks own sweet, frcasV
laver ao improvea the taste el yewrcaJraa, rjieaVheC
breads, cookies arc fried'
Criaco Is a great time-aeverT
Easy to creanveasy to :
" . winter or
Local P. T. A. Groups
In Active Work
FALLS CITY. Mrs. R. Paul
was unanimously . elected presi
dent of the Falls City Parent
Teachers association at the first
meeting of the organisation Fri
day evening. The office was left
vacant by tbe resignation of Les
- Mr. E. G. Watt, who wa la
charge of the meeting, was as
sisted by Mr. Rosella Douglas
and Mrs. R. Paul.
Delegates to the state conven
tion which will convene in Grant
Pas October 15 to 18 were elect
ed as follows: Mrs. H. M. Smith
and Miss Wolfe were chosen snd
Mrs. M. L. Thompson and Miss
Svenson were elected alternates.
After a general discussion it
was decided to have a school den
tal clinic this winter. A commit
tee to take charge was appoint
ed. R. Wantenpaugh, principal
of schools. Mrs.) B. F. S peers tra
and Mrs. E. B. Watt compose the
HUBBARD. The Hubbard
Woman's club was hostess at. an
attractive teachers' reception, at
tended by many, Friday evening
at the Pythian hall.
Autumn leaves, pink zinnias
and asters added color and gayety
to the room.
A clever meet-the-next-one
scheme of introduction was car
ried out by the program commit
tee with the chairman, Mrs. Co
ble tie Lesplnasse, in charge. The
chairman presented Mrs. Neva Mc-
Keniie, club president, who intro
duced Dr. A. F. de Lespinasse,
chairman of the school board, who
introduced Supt. J. R. Bldgood
and so on until each of the other
members of the faculty, Miss Ade
line Zurcher, Mrs. Nellie Cornell,
Prof. Arthur Myers, Mrs. Lottie
Fry, Mrs. Arthur Myers, Miss
Berryle Blosser and Mrs. Lorena
Duncan, had in turn the pleasure
of presenting each other including
Mrs. Blanche Brown who has
charge of the 4 H club sewing
class and also R. C. Painter, su
pervisor of the building and
The high school orchestra fur
nished the music for the occasion.
Mrs. Levi Miller sang,- "Doan yo
Lisn," and, "Funny Little Fel
low." - '
Mrs. Waldo Brown, president of
the Marion County Federation of
Women's clubs, gave a talk, call
ing attention to the main projects
of the federation and also of the
individual benefits derived from
being a club worker. Other mem
bers of the school board, H. L.
Carl and Garfield Voset, and
school clerk, Ed. Erickson, were
introduced and responded with a
The latter part of the evening
was spent at games after which
refreshments featuring pumpkin
pie and hallowe'en favors were
cap auKer water
- " ' or -. ' .
5icwp nsQfc or water l'
' tfar VeDed" biseaiU) ;
t Ubm. Work CrUeo W whb ;
H meh tsseJc. ct fer amae.
tSMeagonaOy in half. Breah
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MrsJ Harry Elgin
. Members of the Woman's Un
ion of the First Congregational
church will be the guests of Mrs.
Harry Elgin at her home on North
liberty street at 1:30 o'clock this
The afternoon will be taken VP
with a business meeting and with
JEFFERSON. The Woman's
Missionary society of the Chris
tian church held their monthly
meeting Friday evening in the
The men were Invited to take
part In a joint meeting, Ernest
Powell led the devotional study.
Following this a missionary pa
geant, "The Torch of Light," was
put on by members of the society,
and others, which carried out
beautifully, the thought of mis
sions. After a social hour a dainty
lunch was served to about 60
The church was beautifully
decorated with green foliage and
with banging baskets of flowers.
The missionary societies of the
Evangelical and Methodist church
es were invited to enjoy the eve
WOODBURN Mrs. A. J. Beck
entertained at a lovely tea at her
bume, honoring her house guest,
Mrs. Kate Beck, of Rock Rapids,
Iowa, Saturday afternoon from 3
to 5 o'clock.
The parlors were cozily decor
ated with huge baskets of fall
flowers and autumn leaves. Out of
town guests for the affair were
Mrs. Beck's daughter, Mrs. George
Lennox and Mrs. J. C. Scollard of
Portland. Miss Ruth Mitchell sang
several vocal solos in the course
of the afternoon, accompanied by
Mrs. Byron Gibbons and Miss Wil
ms Morrison played during the
The hostess was assisted about
the rooms by Miss Mary Scollard
and Mrs. Byron Gibbons. Mrs. C.
F. Whitman, Mrs. Adolph Glatt,
Mrs. Eugene Courtney and Mrs.
Wayne Gin presided at the urns.
HUBBARD: General Rusk Re
lief corps No. 39 held its first
meeting of the season Friday af
ternoon at the I. O. O. F. hall.
The attendance was small as
many are busy with the fall work.
Initiation for new members will
be held at the next meeting which
will be October 25. .
AUBURN: Mr. and Mrs. Lam
bert Fesklns Sr., entertained with
a farewell party for their son,
Lambert Fesklns, Jr., and his
wife and her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Masquart and son
Roy, who have been residing near
Salem, and all of whom are leav
ing for Redmond, California. A de
lightful dinner was served with
" Style leader of modern
silverware" the new
FRESH as the
cool the French
Capital of smart
spirit or style that
roles there . ...
the Dtmtilk in
' FLAT! yetpos-
esses the dignity
to distinction . . .
the set of six.
' Towcr'a Jewelry
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
444 State. . Xexi to Ofay Belle
"Unde Tom's CBin?
Soine Utile Country Show.
Air nepsr icven heard of
world na3;KErd bfMoran and Mack, the
3 foyers pf ad neoniusic like to hear
Wnjoriiti rnoYet again.
J1? :W&&f?. clear and true
covers for 12, all of whot
relatives Those present were Mr.
and"Mr.' Anton Fesklns, pete
Fesklns,. Mary Fesklns, Cornelius
O..VI.. . V-.fJ- .V. i .
j ucb'uub mc uoiior guests
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Fesklns, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Masquart
and son Roy, and the hosts, Mr.
and Mrs. Lambert Feskins, Sr.
"KINGS VALLEY Th Frr
Ready social club met on Wednes
day with Mrs. Gus Fisher for the
election of officers for the ensu
ing year and to tie out a comfort.
The following officers were
elected: President, Mrs; Fisher-vice-president,
Mrs. Maitland; sec
retary, Mrs Rltner;
Refreshments? irere? served by
the hosteaak-Titep members present
wete Mrs.. Kerber;. Mrs. Cockle
Mrs. Arnold; Mrs Slddall, Mrs
Bump, Mrs. Maitland. Mrs. Kerber
and Mrs. Ritner. The visitors were
Mrs. Grant of Corvallis. Mr si
per and Mrs. Newton of Independ
ence and Miss Piunkett of Hos
kins. Miss Dorothy Taylor and Mrs.
B. F. Pound left Tuesday for
Grants Pass to be in
at the state. Parent-Teachers as
sociation meetinsT toinr on thpi-A
this week. Dr. Pbund will attend
today. Each of these vpnf as
delegates from the MrKiniPv
Lincoln and Leslie P. T. A.
Mrs. Ila Foster Is the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Mary B. Charl
ton for a brief visit. Mrs. Foster
is a trained nurse in La Grande
and especially came for this visit
because of her mother's illness.
It's just naturally the
proper thing a sweater
and' woolen, skirt or a
knit dress for school is
not mly-popular but is
the economical school
?-pc. Dresses J
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