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The committee on arrangements
for the benefit bridge which is be
ing sponsored by the Alumnae as
sociation of the Sacred Heart Ac
ademy at the Academy Friday,
November 29. between the hours
of two and six o'clock in the aft
ernoon and from o'clock in the
evening until a late hour forbot,h
men and women is as follows:
Mrs. A. A. Mlckel, Mrs. Duane
Gibson, Mrs. Elmer L. Ross, Mrs.
H. E. McNulty. Mrs. G. Heemann,
Mrs. A. Raymond Barton. Dr.
Kuth Dougherty, Miss Honora Rel
dyMJss Pauline Patterson, Miss
SallrLansing' Miss Theresa Al-
brich, Miss Maraette Heenan.
T,im i. th first such affair that
kfte Alumnae has ever sponsored
and the v results so far are very
satisfactory. I is planned by tne
committe to hate 100 tables both
afternoon ana evening, And from
the responses which are being
made it seems highly possible that
this goal will be realized. Reserva
tions may be made by calling any
member of the committee or the
A short program of music will
be presented by Alumnae mem
bers, and the choral society of the
academy will also sing. Other
numbers will be presented from
the department of music of the
A bit of the history of the Aca
demy is (interesting coming at this
time when it is occupying the so
cial field for Friday.
The Sisters of the Holy Name
jama in Salem in 1863. The Mas-
H onic hall and its site of two lots,
s- located on Church and Chemeketa
1863. The Academy of the Sacred
Heart opened its doors to students
on September 7, 1863. Eighty day
students were enrolled during the
first week; the resident students
registered were six. Sister Mary
of te Sacred Heart was first su
pervisor; Among the members of the orig
inal faculty were, Sister Mary of
Calvary, who taught the advanced
classes and music; Sister Mary
Florentine, teacher of the inter
mediate and primary classes; Sis
ter Mary Agatha, who was "busy
f about many things." Sister Mary
, .Angel Guardan assumed charge of
In the late sixties and early sev
enties, the Academy of the bae.td
Heart extended ifs range of pa
tronage to all parts of Oregon, be
tween Salem and Roseburg, for the
stcte schools of Eugene and Cor
villis. did not exist.
The present site of the Sacred
Heart Academy was purchased on
iriarca 17, 1S6 4, from Judge
Miss Garfield's Guest
The Writers' League met Tues
day evening at the home of Mr
and Mrs. C. P. Bishop with Miss
Edna Garfield and Miss Renska
Swart as hostesses.
The program, a3 is the custom
'with this organization, was al
most entirely or original numbers.
These were presented by Mrs. W.
F. Fargo, Mr. Gordon, Mrs. B. L.
Steeves. and . Miss Lucy Higgins.
Mrs. Fargo alia, gave a review of
' Passion Flower" , by Kathleen
N orris, which caused much
sprightly discussion. Prof. Morton
K. Peck contributed to the eve
ning program with informal men
tion of .his recent trip east and
abroad. . "
Tuesday was the sixty-sixth an
niversary of the battle of Gettys
burg and as such came in for men-
t.on. In commemoration of thi3
Ralph Fisher, a special guest, im
personated Lincoln and read the
"Gettysburg address." Another
token of this day was the picture
of Lincoln and the flag which
formed a pstrt of the' decorative
motif for the evening. . .
Members present Tuesday night
were Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Frank
lin, Mrs. Robert Paulus, Mr. Gor
don, Miss Lucy Higgins, Mrs.
Blanche Jones, Mrs. W. D. Smith,
Miss Graas Elirabeth Smith. Mrs.
John Clifford, Professor-and Mrs.
Morton E. Peck, Mrs. w. D. Far
zo, Mrs. B. L. Steeves, and the
hostesses. Miss Renska Swart and
2ii:s Edna Garfield.
Special guests were Mr. and
Mrs. C P. Bishop, Mrs. S. B.
Laughlin. Mrs. Gustave .Ebsen,
Mrs. Clifton Mudd, Miss Elizabeth
Bishop, Mrs. Roy Anderson, Miss
Marjory, Miss Ruth, Miss Pauline
snd Gilbert Anderson, and Ralph
' At the tea hour Miss Garfield
and Miss Swart were assisted by
Mrs. Gustar Ebsen, Mis3 Elizabeth
Bishop, and Ruth and Pauline An
derson. The next meeting of the league
ill be with Mrs. Robert Paulus
t her home 1155 North Summer
treet, December 17.
There will be one extra meet
ing of this group in December at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Clifford, December 31. This will
bs a Christmas party. 4
The Past Matrons club enter
tained Tuesday night in compli
ment, to- members of the Chad
wick chapter No. 37, Order of the
Eastern Star and a number of spe
cial guests from various chapters
out of the state. Mrs. Ida Niles
was general chairman tor the ar
rangements. A brief program was
given o musical numbers and
speeches.,. Following this, lunch
eon was' served at tables carrying
out the Thanksgiving motif.
Mrs. Mary Johnson was host-
1 1 es3 for an afternoon in compli
ment to members of the Woman'
7 ''Relief Corps Tuesday afternoon.
at the home of Mrs. Henry Marr.
The program of Americanization
which the club baa been follow
ing was-continued at this meet
' Ing. Mrs. .Clara Adams will enter
News and Glub
Olive IX. Dojlk.
Benefit Dance Planned
By Rainbow Girls
Miss Eleanore Wright an
nounces that Chadwick chapter,
assembly ' No. 3, Order of the
Rainbow for Girls will give a bene
fit dance in Castillian Hall, Nov
ember 29. Miss Wright is chair
man of the committee on arrange
ments for the dance, and has as
sisting her Miss Evelyne Ross,
and Miss Myra Belt.
Patrons and patronesses for the
dance will be the advisory commit
tee for the order, Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Harms. Mr. and Mrs.. Wil
iam Xiemeyer, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Pratt, Dr. and Mrs. R. Lee
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Pickens,
Mr. and Mrs. David Wright, Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Braden, and Mrs.
Gillette, who is mother advisor
for this order.
Nearby orders have been invited
and the date comes just at the
time when all the college folk will
be home. Anticipation runs high
for a gay affair on this night.
Prof. E. T. Reed
Saturday at the Woman's club
regular meeting will be especially
in compliment to teachers of the
Salem public schools and to teach
ers of the school for the blind and
the school for the deaf.
Mrs. A. L. Wallace is in charge
of the program which is of unusu
all interest. Prof. Edwin T. Reed
of the Oregon state college will
give the main address. Musical
selections will be given by Miss
Josephine Albert, soloist. Mrs. J.
T. Phipps will display the pic
ture, "The Doctor," a famous can
vas by Fiifies. -
Following the afternoon pro
gram tea will be served by the
tea eomraitte headed by Mrs. U.
There is to be a board meet
ing at 2 o'clock. The program
meeting begins at 3 o'clock.
It is announced by the presi
dent of the club, Mrs. H. J. Wied
raer, that all study classes of the
Woman's club are conducted Mon
day following each club meeting.
Mrs. Alice Dodd is now giving a
series of lectures on art. These
art lecture meetings will be held
in the city library.
A. A. U. W. to Hear
Prof. M. EL Peck
The American Association of
University Women will not have
the Saturday luncheon meeting
which is customary with them at
their regular meetings, but in
stead will meet at 2:30 o'clock at
the A. N. Bush home where they
will be addressed by Prof. Morton
E. Peck, of Willamette university.
Prof. Peck spent last year abroad
and should have some rery inter
esting things to give his audience
A short business meeting will
conclude the afternoon program.
The meeting U being held at the
Bush residence in order that Mrs.
Bush may be a guest of the club
and hear the address given by
- Jt is announced by .Mrs. Blanche
Jones, who has been working on
the organization of an Oregon his
tory section to the Salem Arts
League, that such a group will
meet for the first time Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock at the home
of Dr. Mary Rowland on 407
Court street. This will be an or
ganization meeting to decide the
regular hour day and place of
meeting for the group.
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disturbs your sleep, or causes
Burning or Itching Sensation,
Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular
aches., making you feel tired, de
pressed, and discouraged; why -not
try the Cyst ex 4 s Hour. Test?
Don't give up. Get Cystex today.
Put it to the iest. See for your
self how quickly it works and
what it does. .: Money back if it
doesn't bring- quick improvement,
and satisfy you completely. ' Try
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Statesman 15c Practical Pattern
Any youngster wUi look ador
able in this little bloomer frock.
It features a yoke, long sleeves
and cleverly cut collar. The pock
et trim carries out the collar
treatment.' Tiny tucks, or gath
ers if you wish, are formed below
the front yoke to give ample full
nets to the dress. Design 1773
may be made of cotton or wool
material for equally delightful re
sults. We suggest gingham, per
cale, pique and pongee among the
cottons and jersey, challis or flan-
Lner if wool is preferred. A print
or plain color may be chosen.
May be obtained only in sizes 2,
4, 6 and 8. Size 4 requires 2 1-8
yards of 36 inch material and M
No dressmaking experience Is
necessary to make this model. The
pattern has ample and exact in
structions.' Yardage Is given for
every size. A perfect fit is guar,
Patterns will be delivered upon
receipt of fifteen cents in coins
carefully wrapped or stamps. Be
sure to write plainly your name,
address, style number and size
The new winter fashion book is
ready for delivery. Price fifteen
cents, but only ten cents when or
dered with a pattern. Address all
mail and orders to Statesman
Pattern Department. 243 West
17th street. New York City.
Faculty Women's club,
2:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. E.
AB, P. E. O. sisterhood,
with Mrs. D. X. Beechler,
1540 Court street.
Mispah Sunday school class
of First Baptist church, Mrs.
C. A. Page, 1255 Court street.
Capitol Assembly, No. 84,
United Artisans, initiation
program, followed by pot
luck supper. Fraternal Tem
ple. Ladies aid of the Wom
an's Relief corps, all-day
quilting meeting, potluck
dinner at noon. Fairgrounds.
Kensington club. Mrs. F.
S. Anunsen, 1110 North Cap-
Itol street, 2:30 o'clock.
Auburn Woman's club,
Mrs. L. Feskins, afternoon
Daughters of Union Veter-
ans, 8 o'clock, Woman's club-
Y.M.C.A. Friday night pro-
gram, 7:30 o'clock, Y. M. C.
A. building. Court street.
Leslie Can Do class, Dr.
and Mrs. C. W. Davis, 665
Harvest Home Festival
tea, Methodist Old People's
home. Center and 16th
streets, public invited.
Salem Woman's club,
"Teachers' Day." 2:30 o'clock
business meeting. Program 3
o'clock. Prof. Edwin T. Reed,
O. S. C, speaker of the day.
A. A. U. W., 2:30 o'clock,
residence of A. N. Bush, ad-
dress by Morton E. Peck,
One of the first programs to
be sponsored by the Institutions
department of the Salem Woman's
club will be given by Dr. David!
Bennett Hill at the boys training
school Friday of this week.
Dr. -Hill will show pictures of
Lindbergh, of Niagara Falls, ML
Hood loop, trip to the top of a
I mountain, winter sports, including
lODoggamng ana fixating, animal
comedy enacted by mbnkies, and.
Silver Creek of Silver Creek can
yon. Thicli.wavy hair !
You, too, can have long, soft
abundant hair. It's simply a mat
ter of using this easy method; ap
proved by hair-specialists; endors
ed by stars of stage and screen;
used ; by millions who haven't
time for the more laborious treat
ments. ' .
Tonight when you arrange your
hair. Just put a little Danderine
on your brash. .Then as yon
draw the bristles through "your
hair, see how the scalp is toned
and soothed. See how the hair
becomes softer, easier to manage;
bow its natural color is brought
out; bow it takes on new brilli
ance and lustre!
Danderine dissolves the crnst of
dandruff; helps stop tailing hair;
keeps hair and scalp healthy; en.
courages the growth of long, sil
ky, abundant hair. Five million
bottles used a year. That proves
- j. "
Alpha Phi Alpha Is
The Alpha Phi Alpha sorority
of Willamette university was host
ess for a formal six o'clock din.
ner at the Spa Wednesday even
ing following formal initiation of
four Salem girls into the sorority
Wednesday .afternoon. The hon
or guests were Miss Dorothy East
ridge, Miss Bonita Edwards, Miss
Myrna Bonney and Miss Roeetta
The tables' were decoftted with
the Thanksgiving motif in mind.
Yellow and bronze pom pom chry
santhemums and old gold candles
in dark holders were used to car.
ry out the idea.
Miss Irene BreHhaupt, secre
tary-treasurer of the alumnae as-sociaton-of
the house acted as
toasimistress. Responses were
given by Miss Leon a Clothier,
Miss Margaret Warnke, Mrs. He
len Stiles, and Miss Dorothy East,
Covers were laid for Mrs. M.
Johnson. Mrs. Alice Fisher, Miss
Irene Breithaupt, Miss Helen
Breithaupt, Miss Alvina Breit
hauptMiss Leona Clothier, Miss
Dorothy Gordon, Miss Donna Hil-
desheim. Miss Margaret Warnke,
Miss Muriel White, Miss Henriet
ta Bishop, Miss Lois German, Miss
Ellen Jean Moody, Miss Maxine
Ulrlch, Miss Dorothy Taylor, Miss
Gladys Taylor, Miss Mary Clan-
field, Miss Helen Currey, Miss
Dorothy Eastridge, Miss Bonita
Edwards, Miss Myrna Bonney,
Miss Rosetta. Smith, Miss Georgia
Striker, Miss Sarah Poor, Miss
Helen Stiles, Miss Helen Hanke,
Miss Josephine Conn, and Miss
G. K. P. Club Guest
Of Mrs. B. E. Sisson
Mrs. B. E. Sisson was the hos
tess for members of the G. K. W
club at her home on Saginaw
street Tuesday evening. A happy
evening of conversation and sew
ing preceeded a late luncheon
served at small tables graced with
unusually clever favors. Assisting
the- hostess in serving were Mrs.
Dale Taylor and Mr. Sisson.
Plans were made in the busi
ness meeting of the evening for
the December party which will be
a no-host dinner to prepeed a
Chrlsmas program and tree, this
to be at the K. H. Pickens home.
Guests for Tuesday evening
were JMrs. W. F. Foster, Mrs. Ka
therine Middleton, Mrs. O. Pick
ens, Mrs. H. H. Harms, Mrs. T. A.
Raffety, Mrs. W. C. Pickens, Mrs.
Newell Williams, Mrs. H. F. Gile,
Mrs. Walter Nelson, -Mrs. Dale
Taylor, Mrs. J. F. BiUeter, and
Mrs. Sisson, Mrs. K. H. Pickens.
Miss Elizabeth Levy was in
Portland Tuesday night to attend
a meeting of the executive board
of the Oregon Music Teachers .at
the studio of Mordan Goodnougn.
Miss Levy is secretary of the state
association and a member of the
executive board. The meeting was
presided over by Mrs. Clifford
Plans were started In motion
for the Oregon Music Teachers
convention' which will be held in
Salem in June, 1930.
ot a most
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For Friday Night
Elm Weller and three of her
advanced students in piano will
be heard in interesting piano en
semble evening at the Y. M. C. A.
auditorium, Friday, Not. 22, at 8
o'clock. Assisting Miss Weller
will be Cleo Seeley, Tiolln; Flor
ence Howe, accompanist; Leon
Jennison, baritone, and Carmine
The program is as follows:
Bakoczy March Franz-Liszt
Arthur Boeschen, Barbara Bar
ham, El ma Weller, Mrs. Harry
Second, Waltz Godard
Mrs. Harry Holt, Barbara Bar
Wedding Music Jensen
I. Festival- Procession
II. Bridal Song
IIL Round Dance
Barbara Barham, Arthur Boeschen
Elma Weller, Mrs. Harry. Holt
Come to the Fair Martin
Love and Sorrow Bond
Prelude in G Minor, Rachmaninoff
Symphony . B. Minor
( Unfinished ) Shubert
Barbara Barham, Arthur Baeschen
Mrs. Harry Holt, Elma Weller
KINGWOOD The Womens
Foreign Missionary society of the
West Salem Ford Memorial church
held their regular monthly meet
ing at the heme of Mrs. J. A.
Yantls on G'enn creek road. ,
Mrs. Yantis led devetionals and
Mrs. J. W. Sit. mons, president of
the society j esided at the bus
iness meeting. Mrs. M. A. Groves
led the society in a study hour of
different portions of scripture.
This was followed by an intelli
gence test and the reading and
discussion of various interesting
topics in the monthly missionary
Those present were Mrs. Lester
De Lapp, Mrs. Grace Bliss, Mrs.
Ben Williams, Mrs. J. W. Sim
mons, Mrs. M. F. Rosenan, Mrs.
G. L. Adams, Mrs. M. A. Groves,
Mrs. Floyd DeLapp, Mrs. M. C.
Cardwell, Miss Helen Bliss, Mrs.
A. L. Applewhite, Mrs. R. A. Blev
ins and Mrs. J. A. Yantis.
RICKREALL A large crowd
attended the card party at the
grange hall last Saturday night.
There were six tables of "500."
Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. William Rowell, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Beaver, Mr. and Mrs.
In order to clean up a large lot of sample pieces we had an exceptional large number of Overcoats made. We
offer the largest assortment of men's and boy's overcoats in Salem to select from at Manufacturer's prices. Why
pay $30 to $40 when you can buy from our large stock at $15 to $20? j
One Lot SlightlyDamaged
Fine virgin wool plaids. In. blue, pink,
rose, tan. gold, lavender and - grey.
IM pounds double 72x84. While they
$9.50 Per Pair
Oran Kellogg. Mr. and Mrs; Ora
Lasts of Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Lantx, of Portland, Mr. and
Mrs. John Roblstfon of Greenwood,
Mrs. C. Larkin, Claude Larkin.
Ralph and Arthur Dempsey and
Mrs. Beaver received first prize
for having the highest score, and
Elisabeth Rowell receive the con
solation. Lunch was served at midnight.
To be Seen Here
A group of players who have
been seen in Salem several times
and who specialize in religious
plays will again be seen here in
two plays. The players are the
Pilgrim players, and Friday night
they will present a comedy "The
Hidden Complex" In the social hall
of the First Presbyterian church
at 7:30 o'clock. This play it is said,
U one that is given many times
by colleges and university players.
Sunday night the same group
of players will present the relig
ious play "St. Claudia" at Leslie
Club Makes Plans
The Lincoln community clnb
will meet Friday night in the Lin
coln school for a miscellaneous
program and a social hour follow
ing. The committee in charge of the
program is Miss Mabel Thomas,
chairman and Mrs. George Boyd,
and Mrs. Joseph Hackett. The re
freshment committee is Mrs. E.
E. Buckles, chairman, and Mrs.
D. R. Ruble, and Mrs. Fred Mc
Kinney. HUBBARD Robert Poinsett's
home was the scene of a happy
evening Monday when friends
gathered to honor him on his 97th
The evening was spent in music
with a special song by Mr. Poin
sett. After the program a luncheon
Guests present were Rev. and
Mrs. J. W. Branstetter, Mrs. Lucy
Sewell. Miss Rose Jordan, Mrs.
R. Sllttenhardt and daughter,
Esther, Mrs. Ellen Hatcher and
grand-daughters, Ruth and Elsie
Jungnlckle, Miss Orva Barett, Mrs.
D. A. McArthur, Mrs. Junle Dim
lck, Mrs. Sadie Scholl, Mrs. Ellen
Carl, Mrs. Lois Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. O. H. Miller and Earnest
LOT NO. 1
Consist of light and heavy weight plaid
back, medium and heavy weight this and
three patterns in fancy weaves. Made in
singles or doable-breasted. Raglan or set
In sleeves at about one-half the retail
price. Our prke
LOT NO. 3
A large assortment of medium and heavy
weights in medium and dark dudes. An
overcoat for real service and wear. You
should see these coats to appreciate thelf
values. Our price.
Men's and Boy's Bla'ers
Come In checks or plaids, light or dark
Wool Flannel Shirts
Checks, plains or plaids.
Here Is Your Chance To Get BLANKETS At
LESS Than Manufacturing COST
4 Lbs. Single 64x84
In tan and tan moftled. This blanket
would retail for S10. Our price
5 lb. Double 66x84
In pink and white
$6.00 Per Pair
3 1-2 Lb.
We also have a large assortment
Hubbard Camp Fire
Girls are Hostesses,
HUBBARD Mrs. George
Knight was honored on her birth
day anniversary with a delightful
dinner by Camp Adahi Camp
Fire Girls at her home" Tuesday.
The large cake decorated with
lighted candles was baked by Miss
Ruby Crittinden, one of tne Camp
Fire members. Mrs. Knight re
ceived many lovely gifts.
The guest group included Leah
Krumling, Geraldine Carlson, Ma
rlon Carlson, Marjorle Wolfer,
Mildred Ott, Leafy Reed, Bessie
Rector, Helen Knight, Anna
Knight, Ruby Crittenden, and the
guest of honor, Mrs. George
Loyal Bereans Meet
At Kruger Home
Members of the Loyal Bereans
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Kruger on Nerth Cottage
street Tuesday night for the reg
ular meeting of this class from
the' Court street Baptist church.
The next meeting will be Decem
Those present for a pleasant
evening Tuesday night were Mr.
and Mrsv B. F. Shoemaker, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Hawkins. Mrs. L. C. Preim.
Mrs. Arthur Preim, and Mr. and
DONALD Venus chapter No.
129, Order of Eastern Star.'beld
its regular social meeting Friday.
Past matrons and past patrons
were honor guests. At the close
of the business meeting all en
joyed singing old songs. Mrs.
Strickland of Maple chapter of
Seaside, Oregon, was present and
directed the singing, assisted at
the piano by Mrs. Strickland.
An elaborate banquet was
served on beautifully decorated
iaDies. me matrons received a
nosegay bouquet and patrons a
red rose bud.
Miss Nancy Thielsen was an un
expected guest of her parent". Mr."
and Mrs. Fred Thielsen, Tuesday.
Miss Thielsen is an active member
of the University of Oregon stu
Mrs. James Teed was hostess
for an afternoon of bridge to
members of the Adolynk club at
her home Wednesday afternoon.
Cards were in play at three tables.
Mrs. Oral Lemmon assisted Mrs.
Teed at the serving hour.
wool khaki blanket 8484.
of Men's Suits at $20.00 to $25.00.
Mrs. Lester Jones will be host
ess to the members of the Adora
belle clnb for an afternoon of
Mrs. Homer Egan will be nest
ess for an afternoon of bridge at
her suburban home this after
noon. Auburn Woman's club will
meet at the home of Mm. L.Fes
kins Thursday afternoon. Quilting
will be the order of the afternoon.
MWhcn I was a young
single girl I took Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound because my mother did
and she gave it to me. After
I married I took it before my
children were born and after
wards, and I have eight living
children. I am now a grand
mother and . still take it and
still recommend it when any
one is tired and run-down."
Mrs. ' Alfred Iverxm, Sl Ed
Lydia Pinkham Vegetable
For Sale at
Nelson St Hunt Drug Store
Corner Court & LibeTty;Tel. 7
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Light; medium and heavy weights in all
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single or double-breasted. Our price
Here is the place to buy boy's overcoats.
Made from our own material not the
cheap kind, but the same grade our men's
coats are made from.
A largie selection to choose from.
Men's Stag Shirts
Heavy all wool plaids, in blue, green, red
and wine. Made doable on the sbealders
and sleeves. The kind that tarn tbe rain.
thing for school wear. . ' Four
1 - 2 Lb. Single
grey blanket. Size 66x71.
Lbs. AH Wool
Single grey, $4x80. A real buy at
Here is a Real Bargain
S and C lbs, double all wool blankets,
Made from odd yarns in our mill; light
and dark shades. While they last
!s Drug Store
t, 0ing .which wilH be December 17,-
ThOt Mutate Hmtr Bemtifc
12th and Ferry Streets
At AS DnM tt TMrtT Fm Ceat
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tain the club at its next meet-