The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 29, 1933, Page 7, Image 7

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Splendid Success f
y A social evening which distin
r gulshed itself aa a most enjoyable
event in lodge circles Friday night
was that fer which the DeMolar
Commander?, Knights Templar.
, Uhe Masonic temple compliment
,,-lng officers ot the Eastern Star
na ineir wires ana nnsoanas. oi
f leers and wires and members of
the Royal Arch Masons, and for
past matro. of the Eastern
Star and husbands.
Guests were recelred in a line
in which stood Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Fill
er. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bears. V.. I
mmtAmm afnt fitnliAM vmmiI
. i' mander, state of Oregon; Mr. and
v Mrs. W. C. Wlnslow, the latter
Z most worshlpfal grand master ot
jp the Bine Lodge Masons; Rex Da-
f is ot the Grand Coxnaaadery, and
Mrs. Darts; and from the Eastern
Star, Mrs. Mennle Hauser and Mr.
Hanser. Mrs. Lana Beechl&r and
Dr. Beechler, Harry Crawford and
Mrs. Crawford. Mrs. Lillian King
and Mr. King, Harry R. Mobr and
Mrs. Mohr; and from the Royal
Arch Masons, H. B. Seagrore and
Mrs. Seagrore, Pan! Zlrkel and
Mrs. Zirkel. J. P. Stlrnlman and
Mrs. Stlrnlman.
Following greetings cards were
la play and for those who did not
play other dlrerslons had been
arranged. At a late hour refresh
ments were serred. A brief pro
gram of short talks added to the
Interest of the evening.
This affair Is one of a number
of such informal and formal eve
nings for which the commandery
has been and will be hosts during
I ja tn winter months.
j Winning scores were held by
f ' M"- William Ellis, Mrs. Loreaa
I Burnett Mrs. M. C. Petteys, Mrs.
I f Lena Cherrington. Mrs. Alma
I -V- Thompson, Mrs. R. K. Ohling,
r - f Boyd Fuller and L. B. Gilbertson.
The Union Hill Women's club
met Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. Bena Mollet ai hostess. At
the study hour, Mrs. Martha
Bower gave an interesting talk
on parliamentary law. Mrs. Eve
lyn Rabens was given a miscel
la neons shower.
There were eleven members
and three children present: Mrs,
Alice Rabens, Mrs. Evelyn Ra
ben, Mrs. Bena Mollet, Mrs. Mary
Tate, Mrs. Elsie Tate and daugh
ter Marjorie, Mrs. Martha Bow
en. Mrs. Jessie Carter, Mrs. Ma
mie Scott, Mrs. Vera Seott and
son Guy, Mrs. Maud Heater and
Mrs. Gloria Heater.
Mrs. Ralph Mollet and small
daughter Betty Lou were guests.
The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. JesBie Carter. The next
meeting will be Feb. 9. with Mrs.
Amelia Peters.
see
Of. Interest to Salem social cir
cles is the announced arrival in
Portland ot Mrs. Hollister Mc
Guire and daughters. Miss Ernes
tine aad Miss Arvilla McGaire ot
Piedmont. Cal. They are now
guests of Mrs. Robert Hofer in
Dunthorpe and will later be
guests in Salem.
Mrs. A. J. Wheaton entertain
ed with three tables of bridge
followed by a delightful tea hour
Thursday afternoon at their
CrOSS -Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
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HORIZONTAL
l-ewspaper
paragraph
6 fatigue
wonn .
12 adore
15 college In
England
14 redout
16 English
title . 1
17 sea eagle
18 above .
20 river fa . . ' .
Egypt
22 precipitous
2S undermine
25 part of
speech
27 paid publicity-
28 one who
copies - SO boa
52 prefix twice
53 revolving
part of a
machine
S9 establish
ing 40 sufnx
41 a noose
43 foot-like
organ
44 angry
4ft a season
48 Latia
conjunction
49 paddles
51 sow
68 nothing
84 burden
58 age be
tween tea
and twenty
Herewith, is the solution to Sat
urday's Puzzle. ;
IP A NKagA KIAfUj IgjU
niece of
marble left '
endetached
en a statue
to support '
and
strengthea
it
d short for
Alfred
47 Peer Gynf s
. - liaothar '
.Will OFFER
PMOliTH
MONMOUTH, Jan. 28 Mrs.
A. H. Craven and Miss Jane Cra
ven president, entertained with
a 8:3 o'clock dinner Thursday
night complimenting the World
Wide guild group of Monmouth.
The affair also honored Miss
Lareae Burbank, a guild member,
whose birthday occurred this
week. Exemplification of the or
der was given tor four new mem
bers: Mary Jane Cochran, Mary
Elkins,. Dorothy Rydell and Anet
ta Schweiser.
A color arrangement of white
and blue with blue tapers feat
ured the guild colors. The guests
Included Miss Edith Clard, guild
leader, Thelma Allor. Lurenei
Bnrbank. Pauline Morlan, Donna
Slvler, aad the tour new mem
bers. The group will present a
play January 31.
Miss Emma Kramer was host
ess Wedaesday night to her
bridge club. Three tables were
In play honors going to Mrs. L.
E. Forbes.- Those enjoying the
affair were Miss Ida Mae Smith.
Miss Bertha Bralnerd, Miss Lau
ra J. Taylor, Miss Blanche Rad
ley. Miss Effie Smith. Mrs. MIna
Cornelius. Mrs. Velma Smith,
Mrs. T. W. Graham, Mrs. Louella
West. Mrs. Velma Pier son, and
Miss Kramer.
Bits for Breakfast
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(Continued from Page 4)
"We left the river on the 10th
of January, HIT, tor the Sand
wich Islands; our object was te
refit the brig and cure pork; We
were also to bring as many of the
Sandwich Islanders to the Colum
bia river as we could convenient-
t a - i - . .. n .
iy accommoaaie. . . a.-(w aauv 1
wlch Islands we foud a ship be-
longing to the king The ship
was an American, called the Al-l
batross, sold by Captain Nathan
Wlnship. . . . (The Albatross was
a prominent ship on the north
west coast; was in the Columbia
is 1810 when the Wlnship broth.-
era sttempted to establish a post I .
at Oak Point. Wilson Price Hunt lT Waahintoa s Birth
visited Astoria on the Albatross day and also several numbers for
la 1313. Three of the crew of the
Mercury, Captain George W. Ay-1
rs, had deserted, and were kept
by Concomley for 12 months,
when they were taken away by
the Albatross, probably la 1810.)
Tin tha ittfc tt AnHi fixiTi.
being complete in provisions, re-
pairs, etc., we took on board 30
natives (being all we could con
veniently accommodate), for the
Columbia river. ... end made all
sail to the northward towards
Norfolk sound (Sitka).
Seventh Visit to the Columbia
"We had variable winds aad
bad weather all the passage to the
river, where we at length ar
rived, June 12, 1817, and came
to under the fort in our old berth, i
sent the Islanders on shore, and
commenced loading our cargo.'
(Concluded on Tuesday.)
home. Mrs. Walter Cline assisted
in serving at the tea hour,
a a a
Mrs. Gordon Thompson was
hostess to members of her club at
her home Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Marvine Roth will entertain
the group in a fortnight.
68 cunning
69 cereal
grasses
60 one of the
great lakes
VERTICAL
1 pictures
2 toward
8 Ight
before
4 average
5 bank clerk
6 pronoua
. 7 corrode
8 printer's
measure
9 made a
mistake
10 sound mind
11 stone
affording s
foot rest
18 large
steeams
17 stockades
19 oral
21 eufflx to
form nouns
24 strike
gently
28 symbol for
bsrium
29 water
boundaries
SI principal
commodity
82 receiver of
sifts
85 email bite
88 Spanish
article
S9 fiat pieces
of wood
43 -soon to
occur
41 preposition
45 fence
47 tardy
50 serpent
' 62 through
54 behold
B!t of sr
5T East India
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Daily Health
By ROYAL & COPELAND, U. D.
By ROYAL 3. COPELAND, M. O.
United States Senator from Mew York.
Former Commissioner of Health,
Vn Tor 0ttv
-URTICARIA Is another name for
"hires", or "nettle rash. It U a
baffling" and annoying conditio..
Urticaria Is characterised by the
suddea appear
ance en tae akia
of a ana, wattle
patoh. Tbte is
surrounded by a
reddish area. The
disturbance re
sembles the
swelling eaased
by a mosqulte
bite.
The sweQiasa
may cover the
entire body. They
cause itching or
a stinging 4
tloa. The
may last
Or. Copland
tew bears te a
few days.
X receive maay letters requesting
tat otmatioa about this annoying
ditioa and advice as to its treatment.
Cure can be obtained by fladiac sad
removing the cause. There are
many cansea Te find them regulres
careful iavestigatloa and study.
Sufferers from araoarta are
tire te certain substance The coa
dittoB Is caused er aggravated by
certala foods, drugs, acute er chreate
mfectlona. faulty eilmlnstlnn, er
ttoaal dlaturbancea, The excttlag eub
stances may be found ta clothes, fur
niture, and the materials used ta cer
tala occupations.
A Peculiar Case
. The underlying cause may be In
significant aad difficult to find. Sea-
eltivity te drugs as a cause of hives
Is oftaa overlooked. This Is Ctna-
trated by the follewlng story:
A maa suffered from hives and
noticed that his attacks always oe-
eurred when he had a headache.
in
OCUUUl ir rcuaruig
Wsiarimtrfon Affair
W &SHingIOn MTair
And Club Numbers
CENTRAL HOWELL, Jan. 31.
fVm uiinnl la nranarinr a nroetram
I the next community club program.
The newly-elected president nas
1 appointed Mrs. John Tweed ana
Mrs. Japer King to prepare iao
program for the next meeting of
the community club, February
J. 3. Kauiman gave a taia on
his experiences In the nary 6ariag
in uw
the world war to students 01 me
MICKEY MOUSE
MAO
PLAN TO
expeRiMENTi
ON HORACE,
CPAWUS
INTO TVtS
HYPMCmo
PAY POOH
llUOOUOM A
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THIMBLE THEATRE Starring Popeya
HEAOiSOTOPl
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is -
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
tr NOW BEAT IT HOWE
ROUGH TUFP - tU. SEE VOU MERC
APTtR SCHOOL VETS OUT.'
TOOTS AND CASPER
CA5PER WHENEVER TOU
DKIT KIirnON THE DIAMOND THAT '
CHS ROBBED OP! fTS A TtOCUSH
SUBJECT! SOPHIE IS CALM ENOUGH"
tWWEN 5HeS NOT THSNK1U& QPTHSv
WihJBUX SHE 60ES INTO liYSTCUCS
t EVERtTIME SHE'S REMINDED OF IT I
ii
aiics
While every effort was made te de
termiae what food he waa sensitive
to, no relief was found. The sufferer
neglected to tell his physician that he
always took a headache tablet to re
lieve hie headache. When that par
ticular headache tablet was discarded
the hives disappeared, but I do aet
know whether he still stuffers from
headache.
One attack or saore ot hives may be
traced to an acute Infection of some
sort If the Infection becomes
chronic, there are apt to be numer
ous attacks. All focal Infections.
such as come from infected teeth,
tonsils, nasal sinuses, appendix aad
gallbladder, should be retnored.
Hew Se Treat It
la seeking a cure for hives. I can-
net over-emphaaiie the Importance ot
correcting eonstlpaUoav This disturb
ance may be overcome by proper diet
aad the we eT mild laxatives.
Avoid foods te whioa yea are eea-
litlve. Omit from the Aet fried aa
easy things, as weB as excessive
Quantities of salt, pepper, spice and
condiments. Drink stx te eight
glasses ot water daily.
Ballet assy be obtained from the
1 toads aad stinging peia by the se
of a sotutloa of hypesulphite of soda.
Dissolve a tablespoon of the soda
la half a glass of water and use the
sSlntloa looafiy as a wash. Baking
soda dissolved In a tub ot water Is
another soothing and helpful agent.
These measures ate purely tempo
rary ta their effects. Permanent re
lief caa only be obtained by a sue
cessful search tor the cause.
Answers te Health Qaeeiee
a M. a. Q. What should a gtrl
of is, C feet 1 laches ten wetght
A.-ane should weigh about lit
pounds. This s about the average
weight tor eae of tats age aad height
as determined by examinatioa of a
large number of persons. A few
pounds above or below the average
la a matter of little er ao sigalteaaoe.
fOopvright, Ittl. X. r. A. IfteJ
advanced
noon.
room Thursday after-
Mrs. Martin Speaks
At P.TaA. Meeting
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Jaa. 23
Mrs. Hannah Martin, repreaente
tlve from Marten county, was the
prlaeipal speaker at the Parent
Teaeher meeting Friday night,
giving highlights of the present
leglslstire session. A short. In
teresting talk was girea by Harry
Collins, district manager et the
telephone com near. Plaae aanv-
kara ware contributed by Mrs.
Kenneth Rich aad vocal seios by
i .
as -a.mui.ae
I SEC Y00V5(aOTAaCf
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FOR STUDETIT JOBS
WOODBURN, Jan. 23 Can
didates for new student body of
ficers were named Friday morn
ing by the nominating commit
tee, the chairman of which is
Lawrence Koch. Two nominees
were chosen for each office.
Election will be la February.
The aomlnees are: president.
Pauline Kelson aad Gerald Nlb-
ler; vice president. Reed Conyne
and Marjorie Jones; secretary
Vernice Bents aad Jean Rich
mond;.' chairman of finance com
mittee, John Espy aad Lyman
Seely; chairman ot publicity
committee, Blaine McCord and
Kathleea Bnorey; chairman of
nominating committee, George
Koch and Leo Halter.
Deris Arney was elected pre
sident of the Girls' league at
Wood burn high . school Friday
morning. Other officers ehosea
were: vice preeideat, Marjorie
Jones; secretary, Eunice Canal-
cheal; treasurer. Louise Moedlng,
and reporter, Helen Teder.
Committees Named
At Chemawa Grange
For Year's Study
CHEMAWA. Jan. 23 At the
last regular meeting ot the grange
Lester Evans, master, announced
the following committees for the
rear :
Arrlculture. Fred McCall. Al
bert Glrod and Charles Weathers;
legislative, H."W. B6wden, Arthur
Holdea and Mrs. Ida Oldenburg;
home economics, Mrs. H. W. Bow-
den, Mrs. J. C. Ackman and Mrs
Gur Smith: finance. Harry Reef
er. Wlllard Savage and Wtillam
Bennett; resolutions. W. E. Sav
age, S. H. Francisco and Harry
Oldenburg.
The home economics elab will
hold a bazaar in the near future.
and the grange council will meet
at Chemawa hall February is at
S p. m.
Coon Hunting
Brings Honey
UNION, Jaa. 28 After cat
ting tree dew a aad getting a
coon, Bad aad Logger Hayes,
aad Kftneth Teder alee found
they hd eat sees bee tree
aad extracted six gallons et
pare honey frosa the trunk. .
"Mkkey (SvnrU) Mow'
Now Showing
Vovmg the Ptopuss QvQicg
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S
SW.0OIW
KEEP r-rV JOft M
OTOCE BOV 0? Hc ROYAL
1 1 n
I 1 en
n n w a
'An Unkept Date"
ISVinaWn - AWT YtXJ CCrATMS HO ?- I 1 POOCM. Z.EEO IS VsaSTTTW FOR. f 1 f .0 WSTGJTOME V
fl'rN-lr W VOOBEEMt5T4lOUJaHECe. 1 Mtt AFTe 3CHOOU -Atf i J ' llA ZtZZ
'S-r?? I V YOU LOST SOMETHDM "Yrr MAVB2. HOM& SEE HIM AM THEU J .
a - - - - Th " ' 1 I ... . I an.. 11 ;
Tht Mystery
CAN HARDLY BEUEVS. THAT MOOSE
DtCXSON, THS INORLD'S 6REATE5T 0ETCTIVC
r A1U9 TO SOLVE TVEI H0OFTJR DIAMOND
THEFT MYSTERYl THAT DOESN'T SOUNO
HOOSE1 vWHYVERVTJOOPf KNOYVS
t NEVER CWrrS A CASS UNTlt.
KXasCTstssiura
Radio :
I Program
stodat. jajraaxr te
kolh rmu t4 x.
0:00 Self Leke TkrmtW erne, CBS.
10:O CaluabU ekerck.
11:00 SmiUer E4 MeOeanell, CBS. '
11:90 rreaeee Dl taape, UUI8.
lSiOO . X. rsilfcwm le ercWua,
CBS.
J: IS UbH hlaaia. OLS.
S:1V Ut4l Jk LitU, CBS.
1:80 Cetfe4rel ar, CBS.
4:00 Ir. Jmiiuf Xltia. "Wor4 Baei-
4:1 Wnr Smith's Wne, OB8.
4:45 Casta Kin Sinrinc OiriM, OBS.
:se rreisa lien, tna.
4:10 Eaiaer Faltibeae piaaa
f :S0 Erneat Bnteka
leaen. tea.
0:00 Karrraukare, XLBS.
10:00 Tha Waadarac, Gcae Baker ana
Cm ! TmTU.
ie:tO Te4 Ti Bite's erakaatre. DLB8.
STOBDAT. J4JT0ABT SS
XJOAO Oervallie Mftsj.
1 :ee Korains Madiutioai. W4 kj Bar.
Hawar4 XeCoaaaL
8 :0e Karaias eaaeart.
lSO rarm kaax.
S:0e Baral XtaetrlfieaUoa Caana.
Site Battar Haaltk aa4 Laarer Ufa.
S.-ee Kra. Aialaa Sasr "kUkiaf
Cee et Glotkiae- Scrape in 9ailta.'T
T:00 0. 1. Hard "ileetrla Wiriag en
tea Faram."
T:Se 4 H elab aMetiar.
8:1 Claee-P4 et Orfron reete "He-
eel HeU."
XOZX rertlaad 914 Ka.
4:44 O.8.C. farm aztaaiioa talk.
r:eo kouc ruck.
t:eo Baaay Barrea'e arekestra, OBS.
4:40 Oaatga HaO'a orcnaetra, CBS.
!S:0O Ooarart kUaiataree. CBS.
11:00 KaHaaal Staaeat Feaeretiea, OBS
11:15 8rm Saplre. CBS.
1:40 Book of Life.
4:04 Feiaiaiae raaciea, DLB8.
10 :0S DLB8 aragraaa.
10:19 Saart rktakaa.
10 :S0 Tel 1m Bita't erakaaera, DLBS.
Hardest Winter in
75 Years, Reports
Shelbum Resident
mirr nrmv j.n si wiatar I Ps" Vrtr. Nearly 200 attend
SHELBURN, Jan. 28. Winter I fh .ff.ir wnfrk wee featured
still holds sway in this section.
An old resident here declared
tew days ago that in his 11 years
nt raa1dnria In this nart of the
Willamette ralley he had never
seen a harder winter man mis
one. He could recall three times
in the 75 years that the fall grain
had froten out, but the loss of
all rraia la mnkine it hard for
livestock, which cave to depend
upon the farmer entirely tor ra -
tions.
i..i emit a Ald-tima em-
ploye ot the Southern Pacific, is
nonAine- ansa time at his home.
recovering from aa Indisposition I Larkin of Riekreall. with Mrs.
contracted la snaklag the sudden I Carl Iverson ot Monmouth at pi
h.nra from the Willamette val-lane. Mrs. Charles Calbreath
mm ta. ta neaMil mmmlt where
snow was four feet deep and where I los, sccompanied by John Mur
. w. .mnin, tnr two weeks I dock. Mrs. F. E. Chambers sang
I aa a substitute telegrapher.
.
"A Faithful Servant"
V kskcs Bucao N
( ISKOWFWB
VHUHOREO VOTES
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Of MysteriesT
THERE MUST BS A "V
CATOtT0rT50M81v
PLACC.100T3!
MAvWEMOOSEv .
DROPPED THE CASaV
lostuaLDsomi'f
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A SCAMDAL OR
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TO SAVE STATIOii
MT. ANGEL, Jan. 23 A con
ference was held Wednesday be
tween a committee, ecaslstlng of
Paul Schwab. Otto Oswald and P.
N. 8mith. appointed by the local
business men and A. A. Mickel, 8.
P. district freight aad passenger
agent, to discuss ways and means
ef saving the Southern Pacific de
pot which the railroad has threat
ened to elose oa ac coast ef In
sufficient revenue accruing from
its operation.
Public sentiment la ML Angel
is very much agaiast closing the
depot , as it would mesa a great
Inconvenience and take away a
small payroll. The committee
made many suggeations as to hew
the railroad service could be"um
p roved to compete more favorably
with truck transportation.
From the carload shipment
standpoint ML Angel has always
been a good shipping point and
Judging from the tact that ML
Angel is now the second largest
hop-growing district la Oregon,
should continue te de so.
P. K. Smith, city recorder, said
that the city council was consid
ering an ordinance requiring
small delivery trucks coming Into
town te pay a nominal city li
cense.
200 Attend Affair
For Lodge Groups
Held at Monmouth
MONMOUTH. Jan. 28 The
Polk County Visiting association
Thursday night0 of VonmoutPSdd
Fellows and Rebekahs at a very
by a program directed by F. M.
Roth, principal ot Monmouth high
school.
W. J. Stockholm welcomed the
I group 10 wmcn u. r. ewope en m
dependence, president of the coun
ty organisation responded. Mrs.
Maude Rogers of Enterprise, state
president ot the Rebekah assem
bly, spoke briefly, as did Mrs. Ora
juospeT or fauna, eiaia
jwao has held her office for 31
I years.
1 Tee dancing by Erie Mae Mur
dock aad Alex Hayes was followed
I bv two vocal numbers by Claude
I Blessed with piano accordion so-
1 two numbers, also accompanied by
By
;t ATHAT NOTRACSCAN
eSRXMD OF THS KHU
- OR THE PEKS0N WHO
.yrrxgrfl rrsTvci
llYaelkSYOFa.
MYSTERIES!
S tin
T-T A see. vtjo-Rs ) ( oerh
Mrs. iTsrson. r . " v "
The Oregon formal school's
male taartet ,saag several songs.
A sapper, prepared by Bebekahs .
aad Odd Fellows, was followed by
dancing and cards to' round out
one ot the most enjoyable frater
nal affairs ot the season,.
Independence and
Dallas Debaters
Split First Meet
INDEPENDENCE, Jan. 23
The negative teams ot the Dallas
and Independence high schools
were fortunate ones la the de
bates which were held Thursday
nighL The Independence negative
team defeated the Dallas affirma
tive team at Dallas. 2 te 1. The
Independence team was composed
ot Elisabeth Baker and George
Gentemaan. Jadges were from
Oregon State college.
At Independence, the Dallas
negative team composed ot Paul
ine Haghes aad Howard Campbell
defeated the Independence affirm
ative team, composed ef Hersel
Peyree aad Arlene McCoy, by 3 te
0. The Judges at Independence
were: Mr. Ellison snd Robert
Dann et Oregon Stats college,
snd Mr. San tee of the Oregon Nor
mal school.
36 Incbes of Snow
At Detroit; Crew
Of 30 on Road Jot
DETROIT. Jan. 28 Thlrty-stx
inches et snow covered the ground
here Thursday, aad cut off stage
entrance. Earl Stahlman. brought
la the mail by following J. F.
Bewley oa the snow plow.
The government has about S3
men employed on relief work,
falling snags In hasardous tire
traps and along the Detroit road.
The flu epidemic has been rag
ing around camp IT and Detroit,
but has about run its course now.
Webfoot Service
Club Extends Aid
To Miss Presson
WEBFOOT. Jan. 28. Twelre
members and two guests. Mrs.
Georgn Moore and Mrs. MHtoa
Gardner, attended the regular
meeting of the Webfoot Social
Service club at the J. P. Dorsey
home Thursday afternoon honor
ing Miss Anna Presson. whose
house and contents burned a short
time ago. A shower ot canned
fruit, towels, dish towels, a quilt
snd vegetable was given to her.
The next meeting will be at
the Stout home
By WALT DISNEY
By SEGAR
DARRELL McCLURE
air i
By JIMMY MURPHY
f& YES. TOOTS, BUT TO ME
W. vim- air I ara-a
1
OF ALL IS HOW COLONEL
HOOPER EVER SAED 5T?rJt?
I OUT OF HIS SLENDER r
tCDME TO BUY THCT 0UM0N3
I HE WJ5T EE A flA&lClJJ i
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