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s Attractive X
. .Event -
4 ' An " attractive luncheon and
bridge of-the week was that tor
- which Mrs. Romeo Goulejp and
Mrs. Homer - Goulet entertainea
- Tuesday in the Silver Grille room
- ' of the Gray Belle. . ' , i ;
The luncheon tahles were
ttraeefullv centered with' spring
flowers which carried the color
scheme of deep yellow and rose.
-Brldre -at four tables rouowea
4". th luncheon hour.' t-
Portland guests, were Mrs. Al
lah Bmon. " Mrs. Fran ixner
" ran. MrS M. Moore and 3irs.
Karl Rronan rh. Mrs. Karl Stei-
-r of Jefferson: Mrs. William
- Marks of Albany. - -From
Salem were Mrs. T. A.
Llvesley.- Mrs, George White,
. Mrs. B. O. Schucklng, Mrs. T. C.
- Smith, Mrs. ."William MfcGilcbrist
Jr.; Mrsj Connell Dyer, Mrs. O; F.
: Johnson. Mrs. Curtis Cross. Mrs.
. George- Waters, Mrs. Harry
Hawkins. Mrs. - T. A. Roberts.
V. Mrs. Reuben Boise. Mrs. James
Una Mrs. Louis Lachmund, Mrs.
, Confld W. Paulas and Mrs. W.
- Al Jones..
At Hal Pattern Home
s Mr. and Mrs. Hal D. Patton en
tertained with a delightful Sun
day afternoon- dinner a,t the Pat
ton home on Court street in com
- pliment to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kid
dle. Dr. and Mrs. I. Xl Temple,
and Mrs. C E. Oblrst,
- Sunday evening a second affair
was given by. Mrs. Patton when
' she entertained with a Sunday
. evening tea.- Miss" 'Jeanne Pat
ton. Miss Marie Patton. Miss Josephine-
McGilchrist . and Miss
Marie Stutesman served.
The guests were Mr. and' Mrs.
W. - H. Burkhardt, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Watson Mr. e.nd Mrs. Sey
mour Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kiddle. Dr. and Mrs. I. U. Tem
ple, and Joe Singer.
The men in the evening group
and Mr. Patton made up the dele
gation which attended the republi
can convention' which elected
Hoover, three years ago In Kan--'-
aas City. . ..N.
' - ..
Miss Helen -Lytle entertained
in the country home of her par
ents. Feb. 23, with a delightful
bridge . luncheon. . The 1 charming
- table decorations carried out
George Washington motif f.
' Places were marked for Miss
'". ; Agnes - Miller. Miss Frances Ree
fer, Miss Mildred Abbott. Miss
Gladys HUfiker, Miss Verna Ha
- verland. Miss Mildred Drager, !
J Miss Isobelle Gragg, and Miss
I Helen Lytle. .The afternoon was
spent with cards and music. , -
" By ANNE ADAMS T --
Even the tiniest girls wear pa-
Jamas these days, and-Justly so.
since their warmth and service
- far exceed the nighties of old.
The little, garment sketched, bor
rows its details from a grown-up
model, the cleverly cut neck and
. the belted blouse;. .the blouse mayJ
or course, be worn inside the
trousers. Sleeves , may be made
long or short, or may be omitted
- entirely. , .... -;;
. Pattern 2044 will wear and
launder well If ' made of flannel,
rayon, - percale or cotton broad
cloth. You wlll find a delightful
choice of . suitable , prints tor
youngsters. The doz is art of
Transfer pattern 704 which also
lucludea a bunny to be made of
toweling and stuffed. ' price 15c
May. be obtained only In sices
4. 8, 8,-10 and 12. Slse 4 requires
I .7-3 yards of 3 6-inch fabric
S dracimskiac' uperleae "f
cauanr U ak this modal vttk
r patters. .Trdt (or rrr
Jimpla. . xal . Uitrv
tiona ar sivem.
Send fiftcea cants Js eelas ar
fully wrspot. ar ttiapi tar aak
patters. , Writ plainly yor uae.
addresa and styla aaatbar, Ee aara
ta ktsta liia-wanted.-'
Oar rw fell end ariater faaalos
Book eoataiaias : axqaisita aiodaia
far adults and ebildrea sad 'as
excellent assortment of triufer
pattenje aad stamped aoveltiaa. is
w ready. Price if tee a -eaeta.
Bek with pattern, ti eaata. Ad
drasa all aiail aad order, to 6atea
wa Patters- Oepartneot. , 24 S
ttraat, h'ev.Tork Cit,
Olxve M. Doak.
. ' ' Ladies Aid- of First
o'clock: Miss Elsie Miller .will preside. , ; ;
Presbyterian Aid society, -in church-parlors, Mrs.,
' George M. Brown in charge. . . J. . . ,
Mrs. Carrie Bunn, hostess to Sweet Briar club, 2 ;
o'clock at her home. 2235 Hasel avenue. . ,,. , .
Ladies Auxiliary. No. 20 SI. Fraternal .Order of
Eagles, potluck dinner. 4:45 o'clock. Fraternal temple;
cards to follow; friends invited. - . -: ,
''. ; "' ; -1 r f ;' ; 4 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2 -! ' i " '
Town and Gown club. Lausanne hall. 2: id o'clock. .
North Salem -W. Cr T. U., Jason Lee Methodist ,
church. 2 o'clock; Dr. L. E. Barthmess lecture on nar ,
eotics '" - '
Woman's Alliance will be hostess for informal eve-"
ning of cards and social time at home of Mrs. J. M. Dev
ers, 1376 Market street. Friends of church welcome. ,
CaplUl auxiliary No. 11. Patriarch Militant, L O,
O. F. hall, -8 o'clock. All members wear dress uniform. .
Ladles Aid - of the Woman's Relief. Corp, Fair
grounds.! for all day meeting. Potluck dinner, at noon. .
- SiMShlne Sewing club of Hasel Green, entertain
Nemo Sewing club afchome of Mrs. Charles A. Ko bonis; -2:00
o'clock. . :. . -- " 1
: Knights and lady Maccabees. Joint meenng. Fra
temat temple, 8 o'clock; business J.nd social meeting;,
outside tents have been invited. - '
1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27
' LesUe Can Do class, with Rev. and Mrs. S. Darlow
Johnson, 7:30 o'clock. - 5 .
Nebraska association. 6:30 o'clock potluck dinner.
St. Paul's. parrish House on Chemeketa street; bring own
table service; program planned. 1 - -
5 Mrsi Nellie Rahe hostess to Woman's Bible class of .
First .Methodist church, at her home 835 D street.
Salem Woman's club, board meeting .2 o'clock; bus
iness meeting 2:30 o'clock; program in charge of art
department and tea meeting 3 o'clock.
First Spiritualist church circle, George H.. Stod
dard home, 1420 North Fourth street, 3 o'clock.
- Barbara Freitehie tent, regular meeting, S o'clock.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 ?
invitations out for Inter-sorority, "at home"; . Beta
Chi, 1 1 45 -State street.- 7: ti);to 2:30 o'clock; Alpha Phi
Alpha. 1190 Oak street. 8 to 9 o'clock; Delta Pat, 110 .
Court street, 8:30 to :80 o'clock.
Gervais Mr. and Mrs. Franlc
Pranth. entertained in compli
ment to the father of Mr. Pranth,
John Pranth, on the occasion of
bis 88th birthday." Sunday. Fifty
six of his grandchildren,- great
grandchildren and children were
present to make the afternoon
one of the happiest of his many
- After an informal afternoon of
cards - and conversation a late
lunch was served.
Those present I . to compliment"
Mr. Pranth were Mr. and Mrs:
Mott Heremile.iMr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Alcher, Mr. and Mrs. Frank j
Aicher, Joe Aicher, Henry Aich-!
er, Mrs. Heremile, all , of Wood-
burn; August : Nerrtck, August.
Nerrick" Jr., and Rose - Pranth all
of Portland; Mr. and I Mrs. Wila
e w an. 9 a aw r V . . -m - M
nam tiiru, cum legier. an oi
Jordan; Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Bucholx Of Mt. Angel; Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Pranth, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank' Adleman, ' Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Eder, .Mr; and Mrs. Frank
Prahth, Mrs. Theresa Schlndler,
all of Gervais ; and in addition
the children and grandchildren. -
' ; a
Dinner Party is
Complimenting her ' brother.
Harlle Blackwell. who. left Tues
day . for Yakima. -Washington.
Mrs. Ralph Klettlng entertained
with an Informal dinner jiarty
and a social' eveniag- at the Klets
Ing home .'Monday .evening.-. .
Mlse Dorothea ; Kletsing assist
ed In serving jhe 7 o'clock din
ner with eoverg placed Jtor six.
Later In the evening several ad
ditional guests 'called." 7.
Those present included the hon
or guest, Mr. Blackwell, and Mr.
and Mrs. George Lewis, Mr. and
Mrs. Bryson , Lausch, Mr. and I
Mrs, jonn Marr., Mr. and Mrs.
Marion Curry, Mr, and Mrs. Har
ry Scott,-Mr. and Mrs. F. S. An-
nnsen and Mr. and Mrs. Kletz-
Jng. ; . ; v !.,-.
. - . - . f i ' "
Mrs. , George Johnson was a
Sunday d inner hostess' in compli
ment to the i birthday of Mr.
Johnson. Covers .were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doe, Mr, and
Mrs., W. .Moss , of Silverton and
Mr, and Mrs. Johnson.'
s . Breakfast r . ' , '
, SUwed Pmaee. CWHed - "'
Coraiaeal Mnab Browsed Syrap
fiatUrad Toast Codea
Celery aad OyiUr' 8mp - ' ' ", Crackers
Lill fieklef u-
Spice Rock , Pear Saaea "
Tea ! '
. .. Dinivr
Salntea Loaf Saeailaped Fottteei
Buttered Spinach . ..
Biscuit , Plum Jelly .'
i Frait Gelatin. Salad "
Ckerry Pilled Cake '. Coffee - '
Celery an Oyster Soap, serving
X cap diced eareB . - , - ,
2 tabieepoena chopped anion -.(.'. , .
s taDinpoatia chopped piaeatoa
caps watef : . ..:
teaepooB aalt " '
S tableepoona batter
4 tableapoona flout ""
eapa aeilk ' .- " t - , ; . "
t pint small eytter .
mix ' ceiery, rontons, pimentos.
water and salt. Cook "slowly 20
minutes. Melt butter and . add
milk and cook until creamy sauce
forms. Stir constantly.- Add rest
oi . lngreaienta, including celery
mixture, cook for three minutes.
serve inriiot bowls. ; - '
" , Spire Rocks ' , v
S-8 trap 'fat ' - r - '-- r '
1H P dark browa aocar - "
. . , ' ,
3- taaspaeaa eiaaaaaea .
1 teaepeoa alavea -, ; '
teaipeaa aatmeg ' - - ";'"
M teaepeoa aalt .
1 cap chopped rlkiaa . -
5 tablespaaa ereaam .
t .ecaa .. .; ' . 'x . :
4 eapa floar ' ! J ?: ' .. -:; . -
t 4MPoeai aoda -
-Cream fat afld sugar; Add eggs.
spices: sail, - raisins and cream.
Beat three minutes. - Add remain
ing ingredients.' Drop table
spoonful onto ' greased iaklftg
sheets. Flatten' down, vbake 12
minutes, in moderate oxen, -- ; .
Society Editor &
FEBRUARY 25 .
Wayne G. Allen
Weds in New York (
1 Announcement of the nfarrlage
of Wayne G. Allen, son of W. rG.
Allen of Salem,' and Miss' Kath
ryn Fisher of Salt Lake City, wa
made' by Mr. Allen Tuesday. The
marriage was solemnised in New.
York City Tuesday night: In the
home of the bride's sister, Mrs.
H.-L. Browning of Brooklyn. ;
t Both "Mr. and Mrs.--Allen are
musicians. - Mr. 4 Allen returned
from London in December where
he had. been doing: some special
orchestration arrangement. and he
is now continuing, that work in
New York where he and Mrs. Al
len expect to-make their home.
: Mr. Allen, senior- visited with
his son in New York when in the
east a few. weeks ago. -
Mrs. Roy Keene
: Mrs. , Roy Keene Vas a charm
ing hostess ' Monday in compli
ment to Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney,
who only recently returned rojn
an eastern trip with Dr. Doney.
An informal- afternoon of con
versation followed ' the luncheon
hour , ' " ; ---J. :. -
Guests in compliment to Mrs.
Doney were rMrs. Ernest C .Rich
ards. MrsfF. M. Erlckson, Mrs.
Paul E. Edwards, Mrs. W. Jf.
Johnson. Mrs. F. A. Elliott. Mrs.
Ratnll- Winn ' frm tT.m Tm.H
nant, iMrs. D. H. Sefaulse.Mrs.
F. G. Franklin Mrs.. Nellie Kahe,
Dean Olive M. Dahl. Miss" Letla
Johnson, Mrs. Herbert" Rahe, Mrs.
William F. Woodward of Port
land, Mrs. P. C. Byrd. - ; -
Mrs! H. Snellbcrcr -f
Mrs. Herman Shellbere was de
lightfully surprised, by. a group of
friends .Tuesday when -they called
to compliment her on the occasion
of her birthday. The guests came
for an all day party and at soon
Mrs. Shellberg was assisted in
preparing a : birthday - dinner, by
Mrs. Ef fie Cole, ju ; :
The? afternoon was , happily
spent. In Informal . conversation
and flower craft work. Guests
Who called in compliment to Mrs.
Shellberg were Mrs, Effle Cole,
Airs.-oaaie icv;iain, - Mrs. rJinei
Qwicker, Mrs. Stella COlwell," Mrs.
Delia Shellberg. . - , .
Gay spring flowers and. potted
plants made attractive decorations
for the guest rooms. ; -
. ' ' -' '
Raphaterian -Club to 4.
Be Entertained "U
The Town and Gown 'club will
be : hostesses to members of the
Raphaterian club at Lausanne
hall, Willamette university, Thurs-
A program has been nlanned
in which Is Included a special Ad
dress by Dr. Carl Gregg Doney
and musical numbers -bv a Quar
tet of .Willamette unrversity stu-vJ
The committee' In char am
Mrs.-. H. Vandervort. Mrs. E. C.
Crosl, 'Mrs. W. C. Jones, Mrs. Sid
ney Smith, Mrs. Ralph Winn and
Miss Olive Dahl, .
. v ,
The. Lincoln Parent - Teacher
association met Monday night for
one of Its most enthusiastic meet
ings. in celebration of -the nation
al birthday of the association
v hlch as founded 3 4 years, ago.
utrB. Tt pound gave a history of
me organisation and Its prog
resa. .Musical numbers given by
Miss May belle Lilburn- accompan
ied by her mother. Mrs. Frank
Lilburn. made an - attractive note
for the program. The hostess
committee arranged a birthday
eake which came with refresh
ments, at the close of the meetinjr.
Mrs.-Harry Belt. Mrs! Leo Page.
Mrs. Floyd Utter. Mrs. - A. A;
benramnx, Mrs Gr GrabehTiorst,
andMrs. Sharkey made up the
cornnuuee. s ' . --
; v: ; : - - . . i: -
i Mrs. Homer . Eagin will enter
tain for. members: of her bridge
tiuu uursuayj anernoon. -,T
OREGON STATESMAN, Salera.f Oregon, T?e3nes3ay Mornln?, February 25. 1931
Saturday ; ; ;
- Dallas 'Mr.i Glendora. . M.
Blakely. . state chairman of the
public welfare department Of the
Oregon. Federation of .Women's
Clubs will preside at an Institute
in Portland - Saturday, February
'"All clubs Vre invited to send la
the members of their Child, wel
fare, public leal th and welfare,
Indian welfare, community serv
ice, ; corrections, ; problems - of In
dustry and Doernbecher hospital
committee. This Is to be an In?
fstructive Institute outlining: state
and nauonai policies and metnoas.
Mrs. Saidle . Orr Dunbar, general
federation" Chairman of the pub
lic ; welfare, department, will; he
one of the speakers. . .. -1 -
. The meeting will be held at 31 0
Fitzpatrlck building ' from 10 to
12 o'clock and, from 2 until 4 in
the kfternoonC ' ' v ' r , - ' - : ''.
A meeting of the - executive
board of the state federation wfil
be held In Portland : Friday. Feb
ruary 27, to consider a number of
matters of business,' and' it Is ex
pected that most' of the '. board
members will stay over for the In
stitute the next day.
,- Mrs. . Charles . Bilyeu,'- -the
state president, is to be a speaker
at the Portland Woman's club on
Friday afternoon, following the
board meeting. - 4
Club Enjoys Meet . '
i -'Aumsvllle-The A n m i t ! 1 1 e
Woman's club enjoyed a partic
ularly pleasant ' meeting Thurs
day afternoon - at- the . home' of
Mrs. Charles Martin. At the pre)
nous . meeUtf jars. McCIellan,
the president;', gave each member
present a slip' of paper on which
was. written a Question concern
ing some noted women. At the
Thursday meeting these . ques
tlons were answered In response'
to roll call. The regular donation
to the children's farm home at
Coryallis was "arranged for "at
this meeting. Mrs.; Sprayer, wno
Is moving to SHverton, was pre
sented with a present by the club
members. . .
In the late afternoon Mrs. War
tis. assisted -. by "her daughters,
Gwen and Charlotte Martin, serv
ed a delicious lunch.'
Mrs. T. C. Mountain was a spe
cial guest 'for the afternoon; Mrs.
Ella England and" "Mrs R. S.
Riches, - instructors In the ' high
school, and Miss Luclle England
were special guests for the lunch
eon. .. !. ' - ": ' .
' Club members present .; were:
the hostess,. Mrs. Charles Martin
and daughters, Gwen and Char
lotte, Mrs. ' Millie Martin. Mrs.'
Charles Hein, Mrs. T. Y. McClel
lan.' Mrs. John - Ransom;. Mrs.
Bland. Speer, Mrs. Margaret
Strayer, Mrs. J. E. Towle, Mrs.
Lee Highberger and small daugh
ter, Virgeane and Mrs. George
Claxton. ; .
Mrs. Lee Highberger will be
hostess to the club members
March's.'- :. .."1
Mrs. Rollin Beaver
Kingwbbd Hostess :
Kingwood Mr. and Mrsf Rol
lin . Bearer entertained Saturday
night .with . four tahles of "5 00."
Violets and. daffodils were arran
ged 'about the-guest rooms. High
score was won by Mrs Ray Fer
guson.' At a- late hour - the host
ess ' served dainty; refreshments '
Those enjoying , the . evening
were Mr.-, and Mrs. Charles Ad
ams,, Mr., and Mrs. Elmer Cook,
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Damrell, - Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Ferguson, Mr. and
Mrs. Max .- Gehlar, Mr. and ' Mrs.'
Ray Lacey, Mr. and Mrs. George
Trott,'Mrs.' Mary Beaver and' the
hosts, . Mr. and .."Mrs. . Rollin
.Beaver. : -t -.-: -
MrsJ Frank SHafer I ,
li Hostess - '
Mrss Frank Shafer was hos
tess at her home on State street
Tuesday afternoon for an infor
mal afternoon of bridge with tea.
served at the dose of - cards
which' were In play at"twotables.
Friday 'night Mrs. Shafer en
tertained with a 6:30 o'clock din
ner and l followed '- this Ith
bridge. Covers were placed, for
18. Those holding first and sec
ond scores in bridge were Mrs.
Mem Pearce and - Mrs.; William
Moses. , '. 4J
tion is run at ex-,
pr es s speed. . Our
transit facilities - are
at ytur beck and tele-
phone call' and . you
Conlyypay. us: forC the"
.time we're onthe job.
Mrs. FJ & - Power
' Mrs. Kenneth Power will enter-,
tain .'with a one o'clock luncheon
following with an - afternoon of
bridge today-in coiipliment to
members, ef. her club and a few
additional guests. - Mrs. Wolcott
Buren and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson
will assist Mrs. Power, .
" Additional guests Invited are
Mrs. 1 Don pritchet, Mrs. Gordon
Hadley, Mrs. Charles . Robertson,
Jr.;. Mies Charlotte Zeiber, and
Miss Rdvena Eyrev ; - ,
t Club members are Mrs. Wolcott
Buren, Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, Mrs.
Rex i Adolph, Mrs. Frank Chap
man, Mrs. Jerald ' Backstrand,
Mrs. Milton Stelnef, Mrs. George
Weller, Mrs.- Wallace Carson. Mrs.
Wlllard , Marshall, -Mrs. 'John
Caughell, Jr.; Mrs. JFrank; Dcke
bacbrof Portland. ,
';4l if-':- 4- '-:l4';4''' :4?"- 4
To be Hostesses
The, Ladles Auxiliary to the
Fraternal Order of Eags will
have a' -potluck : dinner -at 8:45
o'clock: ;; Wednesday evening in
Fraternal-temple. 1 -44" ". -, .
Following the dinner and an
informal program there - will be
several hours of earda enjoyed.- 4
- . : ".- -"r-. '
Tbe program given at Stayton
Monday night; br " Miss Mary
Schuits. vloUhlst. Mis Rnth Bed
ford; pianist, and the cast of "The
Twelve Pound -Look." Miss Gene
vieve Thayer, Ronald. Craven.
Mrs.' William Merrlott, and
Wayne Wiley, received an enthu
siastic and 'appreciative "reception.
Following the presentation of the
program Miss Schultz. Miss Bed
ford, Mrs. W. E. . Anderson, Ron
ald Craven; Mrs. William Merrl
ott, Wayne Wiley, were the guests
of .Miss Thayer for a'late supper
at ' Willamette lodge. v
f Ll 1111 111111 f ,f iiiiiiiuiiiuniiniiiiimnnii
FINAL CLEAN-UP OVER 500 PAIRS
' t.': -''-' x ' -. " :-? ' : ;V-. i.--.-- ' '': .--- -4--:-'
SERVICE CHIFFON INGRAj-N"'.
y J Every pair in our stbk selling for $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 . -
: r ALL GO AT ONE PRICE ' :
' sj -- - m - .
: Only hose
, "uiitiixixui u i urn
Mrs. Arthur Rahn' ci ;
Luncheon Hostess V
: Mrs. 'Arthur Rahn entertained
for luncheon and bridge in her
home on Fatrmount hill Tuesday
afternoon.- . -i ' ' .f- -
" Covers were placed for Mrs.
P. D. Qulsen berry, Mrs. ' D. ; A."
Young.' Mrs. Hollis - Huntington.
Mrs. Clifford Farmer, Mrs-. pul
Hendricks,- Mrs. : Prince Byrd,
Mrs; Frank Spears, Mrs. T. A.
Roberts, Mrs. HarVy Hawkins,
Mrs. Ercel Kay, Mrs. Frits Slad.
Mrs. Keith Powell. ,
Joint Meeting for
. Knights and Lady Maccabees
haya planned a Joint meeting for
Thursday night In Fraternal tem
ple, beginning at 8 o'clock.' This
will be a regular business meeting
but following the business a" so
cial hour; and program has been
arranged : k r :j '" '. ' -"' ' f- L
The tents from MM "Cfty. Al
bany, Jefferson, pratum and Cor
vallis have been invited for this
social meeting and -each member
is given the, privilege of inviting
guests. . . :V 1 . r r ''.
. ':-1j.--r.: i ;'-." '
r 'Mrs.; Clifford Farmer will . en
tertain members of her -club at her
home this afternoon, with t.four
o'clock tea In compliment to Mrs.
Allan Bynon of Portland, who Is
visiting in 8a4em tor a few days. .
v. - . .. ,
The announcement is made that
a son was born to. Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Gardner,' Monday at the Salem
General hospital. The young man
has been named Richard James."
; . - . .- 1:
Mrs. George Tkatch entertain
ed Sunday afternoon with a sur
prise . luncheon- complimenting
her husband on; his birthday. '
' Several attractive dinner par
ties preceded the Tillicum month
ly dance Tuesday night in Castll
ian halL v .
' - '- . . t '.
excepted is our
never on sale,
i tut i ii i 1 1 i u 1 u iiii ti u x
STOHGIS SUES IIS -DESULT
4 Complaint for damages total
ing 3, 166. SO and also $250 ex
emplary "damages - was filed in
circuit court yesterday by George
F. SturgiSi against Charles A.
Boyer.. 1 '--44.
Sturgis . says that negligence
and carelessness of Boyer was re
sponsible for an accident; which
occurred last September -28
about a half . mi)e - north, , of
Brooks. .' As result of the . acci
dent, plaintiff suffered two brok
en ribs,, back Injuries and sprains
and bruises; which confined him
to his home until November 18.
He. asks' $1,000 damages.. $66.50
special damages for physician's
services, $ 100 . tor demolishing
his car and the $250 exemplary
damages.':;.1.''-; 1 ,:-',-:.": .'-:,.',.
BANK TO SPONSOR
. 4-11 COI EXHIBIT
" ' .4-. .j. ;''.-., ; '
The first 4-H boys and girls'
club corn show and contest ever
staged In Marlon connty jwlll be
sponsored by the United States
National bank of Salem, that in
stitution, through its president,
David W. Eyre, has informed W;
The Sunshine Sewing club will
entertain the Nemo sewing, club
of east side of district , at Mrs.
Charles rA. Kobow's- Thursday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock.
' Mrs. , Haxel Bunn " will be -hostess
to members- of . the Sweet
Briar club at her home 1 22 5 Ha
xel avenue, this afternoon begin
ning at 2 o'clock.
n 1 1 u n x i x 1 1 1 1 1 x i x x 1 1 1 1
Ef ) '
llv ' - - ' ":
aJW, .: .. ..."
. ?) Wl ' ' . -
famous noivrun grenadines,
ti in ti i ti 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 ii 1 1 i 1 1 1
W. Fox, county club leader.
Mr. Fox expressed satisfaction
at prospects of such a show, and -said
he believed . the 4-H corn
growers- would produce Some
fine corn 'crops for exhibit. .
The contest, according to plans
now being worked out! will be
conducted Along with general
plantings of the.,, club members
careful check to be kept on all
phases of the project. This work ,.
and these records will lead ap to
the county-wide 4-H club cofn
show, . which will be held in Sa
lem late in September or early
In November, depending : upon
the harvest season.
"T The United Slates National
bankThs offered- trite- money in
all diTisionsF of tE contest, with.
10 placing pUtiti ifr- each di- 1
vision. The' wilP m two gen-,
eral classes, one in 10 ear lots
of -yellow and other dent corn, .
and one In 50 -ear lots, besides t
- other . details will be worked
ont 1 as soon ' as . Mr. Fox : deter- 1
mines from the membership what,
corn Is being grown. ;
1 For the"onteat it Is reQulredV
that aU-gfowere plant at least
the 4-H minimum- t an (eighth
of an acre of corn, but is recom-
mended that pUn tings be from .
one to five acres. ., -
The case of Jimmy Stutesman,
charged with "disorderly 1 conduct,
has' been postponed until March
4, when he will fappear before
Justice of the Peace Miller B.
The case of the State vs. WH
don Martin, L. R. Martin and
Hal Martin has been postponed
until Thursday. Weldon Martin
is charged tlh giving a no
funds check and the other: two
with giving short measure of
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