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fbfllHE CoLLES GlRLS:
s Pretty -; -!
!A! smrtilfalr of Wednesday
vm the bridge luncheon, for
which Mrs. William Mott and
Mrs. E. P. Thorn were hpstesaes
- at the Mott home In compliment
to Mra.Xarl Becked
. he on o'clock, luncheon t&ble
w&i centered with a brilliant ar
rangement of fall flowera. Mri.
Walter Kirk and Mrs. "W. F.
Poorman assisted the; hostesses In
receiving and serving, r
The hours lollowlng the lunch-
" eon were spent playing bridge.
Winning scores were held by Mrs.
Walter Kirk and Mrs. W. F. Poor
nan. ' ;..
Present In eomplfment to Mrs.
Beckewere Mrs. Ralph Hamilton.
Mrs. Dan Fry. Jr.. Mrs. -Curtis
Cross, Mrs. Clifford Farmer. Mrs.
Wayne. Loder. Mrs, Edgar Pierce,
Mrs. T. A. Roberts,! Mrs. William
Gosier, Mrs. Ralph Campbell. Mrs.
Walter Kirk. Mrs. W. F. Poor
man, Mrs. Paul Hendricks. .Mrs.
W. Grimm. Mrs. H. G. Ma'lson.
Mrs. Ronald Jones and little Miss
. . , .
Woodburn About $5 members
of the Federated Women ' of the
Wnndhnm Methodist Episcopal
church met at the home of Mrs.
t h Hawlev Thursday alter
noon. Installation of the federa
tion's .' officers for the coming
year was -the mam feature. Mrs.
A. E. Austin was Installed as pres-
There are three vice-presidents.
for the federation, eacn vice pres
ident being president of "one of
the separate organizations wi
federation. They were Mrs. C. J.
Rice, president ' of the Ladies'
Aid; Mrs. E. N. HalU president of
the Foreign Missionary society:
and Mrs. J. H.' Llvesar. president
of the Homo Missionary society.
Other officers are Mrs. Iran C.
Beers, treasurer and Mrs. Paul
Pemberton, secretary. -
Mrs. A. E. Austin had charge
of the derotional services.
Hostesses for th afternoon
were Mrs. Fred S. Burya, Mrs. Os
car Allen, Mrs. Myrtle Cole, and
Mrs. C. J. Rice, t '
i The next meeting of the led
eration will be held at the home
of Mrs. Ida Parr on. the third
Tuesday In October. - ,
T A brilliant event waa the re
ception ' with which Chad wick
' chapter, order of the Eastern
Star complimented Mrs. Paul
Hauser; grand conductress, Tues
day evening in tho. Masonic lodge
. rooms. ' rv" 1" '"'' .
Guests Included grand chapter
members and both worthy and
associate matrons aid patrons
from Sheridan, Nowberg, Mc
Mlnnville, Amity. Woodburn,
Falls City, and Jefferson lodges.
Mrs. Stella Henry, worthy asso-
elate matron. Introduced to the
line which Included-Mrs. Hauser,
grand conductress of . the Oregon
chapter; V. E. Kuhn.! her wort&y
patron during Mrs Hauser's year
as matron of Chadwtck chapter;
Mrs. Albert C. Smith.- worthy
matron J. O. Russell, worthy
patron; Miss Mary Chadwlck. tor
whose father Chadwiek chapter
was named; Mrs. Minnie; W.
White of Portland, worthy grand
. matron -of the Oregon grand
:y chapter; Mrs. Thereaa Castner. of
Portland, past worthy grand -matron;
C. A. Howard, formerly of
Coos Bay, and Gilbert "Charters
tof Portland, past grand patrons;
Frank s. Baldwin .of Newberg,
grand associate patroa; Mrs. EI
ene Lofgren of Portland, S grand
organist; Mrs. Ida Wills of Port
land, grand Electa and Duncan
Cameron of Cottage Grove, grand
sentinel. " "-. ; : '',
The program . Included brie
talks by distinguished guests and
. the , presentation of a floral de
gree upon Mrs. Hauser by offi
cers who served with her when
h was worthy matron of Chad-,
wick chapter several years ago.
i Beautiful decorative effects
were achieved in the lodge rooms
and reception rooms by tho ns
of masses of brilliant fall flow
ers. Presiding at the coffee
nrns and those cutting ices were
Mrs. Milton Meyers. Mrs. W.
Carlton Smith, Mrs. Ida Nlles,
and Mrs. Mary Johnson.
Music played by Mrs. J. ' O.
Russe.ll and Mrs. , Joy Turner
Moses -added charm to the recep
- tion hours. -: ' V
Mrs. Pearl Pratt was charge
ot the -plan tor tho reception
and she was assisted by Mael Mc
Donald. Grace Huesey. Jennie
Breithaapt. Mildred Brooks, Clar
abello Hausor, Leah Clinton, JNell
Coppock; Golda , Frentreas,' Cath
erine Hewlett, Estetla Lano,
Gladys Mesch, Marjorie Merrlott.
Edna Ramp, Sarah Lloyd Ida
Olson, Alice Palmer, Caroline Ne-
. rod and Agnes BJormsen. 5
Miss Young Honored
Mrs F.: J. Gllbralth entertain
ed In compliment to the 11th
birthday of her daughter, Janet
Fryer Wednesday afternoon with
an afternoon tea at the Gllbralth
homo on 12 street, and this fol
lowed with a line party. ,
The tea UbU was d-llsMf ully
arraaged with baskets of flowers
1b shades of yellow. v and green,
. and nilo freeo tapers. Favors car
ried out the same Color scheme.
Guests in compliment to Miss
Janet were Mary Louise Sitter,
Jean Probert, Betty .nnason,
Earbara Saunders, Jaae Baun
- ders, Ruth, Ranger, Mary -Ross,
Gladys Ross. Dorothy McCulIy,
and Eileen Arnson
Slra, ETigeno Prescott will' bo
hostess to members of the Sewing
club of tho Sons of veterans aux-
fliary Thursday afternoon begia-
Surprising her family and society.
Miss Muriel McCormick (above),
daughter ef Mri : and Mrs. Harold
McCormick and! granddaughter of
John D. Rockefeller, ; announced
that t)i Tfuitd .mam Elisha , D
! Hubbard (lower),; of Middletown,
Conn. - The announcement- was
made ohly the day before the
wedding at Bar Harbor, Me.
Nuptials Told, , -
la i quiet - wldding aolemnUed
at , 2 o'clock - Wednesday ia "the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jwl Rob
ertson Miss Acta. Simp'soht neice
of 'Mr. and Mri. ' Robertson,- be
came the bride of v Charles Fellows
of Bandon. Rev Grover C. Birt
chett read the ".lows.
. Profusion of I autumn flowers
were used about tne rooms and
used to hank the fireplace before
which r the ceremony was ob
There were no attendants and
the bride and jiroom took their
places at the alter to the strains
of a wedding march played by.
Mrs. James Tee 1. An afternoon
gown of soft brown was worn by
the bride and she carried an arm
bouquet of Buttfffly roses.
immediately : Hollowing t n e
ceremony ;;a reception compliment
ed Mr. and Mrs. Fellows and the
guests who wer present , for tho
wedding. 3 Mrs. J. N. Robertson
and Mrs. Oilio Shafer presided at
tho serving tabl . which was ' at
tractively arranged with bowl of
pink and i yellow! asters and pink
tapers, j Miss Grace' Robertson,
Miss Dorothy Slafer, Mrs. Har
vey Shafer and j Mrs. Carl Shafer
assisted fa the 'serving. - .
Following a -brtef wedding tour
Mr. and Mrs. Fallows will make
their home in Bandon.
All ' t
Friday ; j ,
Members of the Woman's Alli
ance of the Unitarian church will
meet for a one o'clock luncheon
Friday in tho Emerson room of
tho church. Mrs. George Trott,
Mrs. Martha Ltfiarie and Miss
Ethel Fletcher will act as hostess
es for the at teraoon.
Following the luncheon Rev.
Fred Alban Weil! will review tho
book 'Syrian Christ" by Rlh
bany. j ; ; ' Ml
Take a' memory book back
to ' school. Theso "Slams
And Craty Stqff" memory
books are on sale here tH
day; Also a complete'line of
o.Hality fountain pens, note
books, '.stationer y, etc.
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A complimentary facial given
by- eourtesy'rOf i'Colonlal
Dames Is yours for the ask
ing. . . Just call 317 all this
week- Let our I expert, help
"you repair the Ravages of the.
summer un on- your com-
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jrians tjrstueet 1
The Sigma Nu' chapter of the
Delphian society will hold its first
meeting of the fall season af two
o'clock. Monday afternoon in the
auditor lusa of tho public library.
Tho subject of study will i bo
"Italian. Art to tho End of. the
Great Periods of Painting.' Lee
son talks will b given by Mrs.
J. C- Perry, Mrs. F. A. Erlxson,
Mrs. C. K Spauldlng, and i Mrs.
Ronald Jones. ; -; . - ; '; I
Current events will be discuss
ed by .Mrs tX L. Newman, Mrs.
Floyd White and - Mrs. C. H.
Glenn. :" - ' -;l - .
Tho study of art Is expected to
be exceptionally Interesting ' this
rail because of the - fact : that the
new supervisor, Miss 1 Loretta
Ford, has Just returned from sev
eral months of travel in Europe
where she made a personal study
of man of the most famous gal
leries. ..'- ' '- "'.; ; r 4
Tho president. Mrs. W; a Mer
rlott, will announce several new
features of interest to members.
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A charming', affair., given l to
compliment Mrs. L. W. Biddle
who leaves soon for Walla Walla.
Wash., to make her home was
that at tho home of Mrs. E. lA.
Collier with-Mrs. J. G. Marrl Mrs.
A. R. Carter, and Miss Margaret
Townsend assisting hostesses. Re
membrances ' were presented to
Mts. Biddle In the courso of tho
afternoon. Program numbers were
presented by Miss Beulah Grar
ham, and Rev. and Mrs. Biddle.!
A modern store setting
filled with the newest
autumn merchandise bids ;
you welcome to shop !
through. 1 j I ; !
Many new lines have
been added to make the
stocks complete in varie
ty as well as size ranges.
such as the modern pneu
matic cash carrier tube
system facilitates the
making of change with
lightening like rapidity.
Convenient displays lend
helpful assistance in
choosing fall wardrobes
Second Floor apparel,
lingerie and millinery de
partments are most con
veniently located. Light,
airy, cool and inviting . .
these new departments
will gain, your admira
, tion at once. : . ' 1
fg.OO and $J
Every thing the name Im
plies . . .' these new oxfords
are made of gloro tanned
pigskin, soft, mellow and
extremely serviceable. A de
cided innovation in college
girl footwear fashions. See
them at Miller's today. Main
floor. , ' '
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Half the fun of going back to college is selecting the clothes to
take back with you: With this in mind, we've planned a special
College Week, featuring in all our apparel and accessory depart
ments the newest' and smartest of fashions for girls of college
age. WeVe not forgotten the budget either. You'll find that our
- prices will help to extend your clothes allowance, , ,,;-.., ,
No college wardrobe Is
, complete without the one
piece knitted dress which
you can slip into in a hurry.
In the new vivid shades.
.$5.95 to $10.00
The vogue . for light-with-dark
is perfectly! pictured
in this sheer wool frock
of bright shades worn with
deeper tone cardigan.
$8.59 to $17.30
Ybull be just crazy about
t this 3 piece knitted boucle
suit which comes i in deep
brown, dark green, and
navy with contrasting lacey
A dark crepe Sunday night
dress that will be appropri
ate for any number of. oc
casions. In black or blue
with contrasting yoke of
white chiffon. -
Sheer wool crepe frocks
with newest trims of Lapin
and chipmunk fur. Thfe3e
are shown in Spanish tile
Cassis or wine, red, brown
TOTbP IT ALL
The newest hat
are a combination,
bf Empress Eugen-
; r ia and Robin Hood
styles just the
right amount of,
' sophisticate and va-
. gabond to please the.
At ;-;--:!-:-' 'f t
$1.95 to $10.50
New Sheer Wooland Flat Crepe School
Frocks Here Specially Priced-
Let your fall frock be a gay sheer wool, it's the smartest dress of the'
hour! And, in this special showing today at $10, we show a good range
of the new autumn colors as well as travel mhtes. The new white pique
trims such as collar and cuffs go perfectly with these dashing youth
ful styles. i i - . . ;,'
Every school girl will find a place in her wardrobe for one or more of
these rough-and-ready dresses and be prepared , at an instant's notice,
to join the gayest of expeditions. !
i i 2nd Apparel Shops. . . . '- .1
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The College Wardrobe of Intimates Shown
Here in Such Qualities as
Laros ...Gossard ... Kickerknick ...Van Raalte
Miller's are displaying, the "college ! girl wardrobe of intimates' in their
. lingerie window this week. Visit this; window display then shop the lingerie
section for complete details of our college girl wardrobe of intimates. Note
the wonderful quality and low prices prevailing which makes it easy on
college budgets: 2nd floor. ' ... u
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Plaa '. to attend out -j.
. Hooked "Rn m Clans-.;
m today! .' Freela- f
"LA.DT BUCILUt" j
Rougly Sponge i
St. Moritz Nuba
Genuine Polo f
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Rough Tweed i
Miller's 2nd floor coat
shop is showing a spe
cial value group of
- these new coats at
$24.50 that are posi
tively the smartest
coats in' town at this
price. Printz oats I in
the famous St. Montr
Nubs in black and
white mixed. Others
by equally famous
artists that show! a
decided influence ' 1 of
;!. (t he) Second Empire
.styles. 1 -i
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A choice of such furs
s - Lapin, Pointed
.wolf, French beaver
and caracul. .
SOLO BROWN ;
BLACK and WHITE f
NAVY and ROYAL
2nd FLOOR T
,.- aJng at 2:30 o'clock, : , .;
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