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Th OREGON STATESMAN. Satex Oregon, Wednesday BlongFeDroiry 7 1934
MRS. HOMER GOULET Trill
oreside at a beautifully ap-
'" pointed luncheon this after
noon , in compliment to member
of ttfe Town and Country club.
A Valentine motif, will be carried
outwith flowering quince, pussy
u.nw and daffodil together
-!' Lb red tnera in crystal holders.
The afternoon will be spent at
contract. Special guests will be
Mrs. F. S. Lamport,1 Mrs. Lynn
Smith. Mrs. Victor Griggs. Mrs.
Homer Smith, -Jr., Mrs. Jack Cur-
rle and Mrs. T. A. Llvesley.
Club members bidden are Mrs.
Clarence Keene of Silverton, Mrs.
Carl Steiwer of Jefferson, M.
Homer Smith, Sr., Mrs. Margaret
LePurgy. Mrs. Romeo Goulet. Mrs
George A. White, Mrs. William
McGilchrist, Jr., and hostess, Mrs.
Minnesota Club Has
A pleasant evening was spent
by members of tne Minnesota
Huh Saturday night at the Y. M
C. A. Potluck supper was served
at f:30 o'clock followed by
short business meeting with M
t. teener in the chair.
-s Lois Reed had charge of
the nrogram consisting of a boy's
"Pep Band," led by Herman Do-
mogalla. A darkle skit was giv
en by Lorlis and Wiley Young
nil "Hello Grandma." a short
niar. with the following cast:
Dorothy McCully. Claire Hurley,
Theresa Withum, Wilfred Hage-
dorn. Bill Thomas, Bill Holt and
Mrs. W. J. Linfoot sang "Mln
nesota" as a closing number
The executive committee will de
cide ' on the time and place of
the summer meeting.
Thursday Club to Be
The Thursday club will be en
tertained with a delightful in
formal affair tomorrow after
noon at the home of Mrs. B. C.
Miles. Mrs. C. G. Doney and Mrs.
G. J. Fearce are assisting host
esses. Bidden are Mrs. Henry J.
Bean. Mrs. A. N". Moore, Mrs.' C.
, K. Spaulding. Mrs. Marie Flint
McCall, Mrs. Marcia Cusick. Mrs.
. W. M. Kirk, Mrs. F. A. Elliott.
Mrs. R. B., Fleming. Mrs. C. P.
i Bishop, Mrs. C. A. Park, Mrs. R.
J. Hendricks and the hostesses,
i, Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Doney and Mrs.
By ANNE ADAMS
Catering to the smart matron,
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figure is a problem to clothe be
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stunnfag ensemble sketched. It is
planned to flatter the figure, and
lend an air of smartness and dis
tinction to Its wearer. Utter sim
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et worn hfp length for a straight'
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gracefully flared collar of con
trast, surplice bodice and short
raglan , sleeves. One of the new
sheen would be perfect in a
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Two of the newest innovations jsnriled apon by Dame Fashion. At lef
the new lingerie outfit of softest railanese chiffon of chardonize, designed
to go with the close-fitting evening frock and to eliminate unsightly
seams. At right, the latest thing in pa jama ensembles, composed of
lacks and crocheted doable-breasted vestee.
Warm Weather Wear
Displayed at Chicago
By RUTH COWAN
CHICAGO. Feb. 6.-(iiP)-Shorts
for women instead of petticoats
or slips are on the way with the
new warm weather wash frocks.
A sport outfit composed of
shorts, a mannish blouse and a
separate skirt, all of the same
material, generally seersucker, is
a highliner at the present spring
market of wash dresses, the larg
est exhibitors' showing ever held
in the midwest.
A total of 163 cotton and wash
goods manufacturers from the At
lantic to the Pacific are exhibit
ing in the merchandise mart. In
addition there are similar ex
hibits in the Loop hotels.
This was interpreted by the
trade as a trend toward central
iiing the wash goods market in
Chicago, which, with a manufac
ture of 40,000,600 wash frocks
annually, is Uncle Sam's biggest
Jefferson The February meet
ing of the Missionary society of
the Christian church was held Fri
day in the church parlor with Mrs.
Chas. Loveland and Miss Lou Mill
er as hostesses. Plans were made
for the World's Day of Prayer, to
be held Friday afternoon, Feb
ruary,16, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. W. W.
Warner had charge of the devo
tions and program. Talks were
given by Mrs. W. H. Sherman,
Mrs. Guy Aupperle, Mrs. Hugh
Bilyeu and Mrs. Robert Terhune.
Special guests were Mrs. McGil
vary, Mrs. S. A. Pease, Mrs. G.
W. Humphrey, Mrs. Albert Arn
old, Mrs. Henry Freeman and Mrs.
C. E. Emery.
Scotts Mills. Mr. and Mrs. O.
H. Brougher were pleasantly sur
prised Sunday at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Addie Smith, on
their 20th wedding anniversary,
also lier birthday.
Present for dinner besides the
honor guests were Mrs. Elizabeth
Hosier, grandmother of Mrs.
Brougher, Mrs. Janle Christman
and son Elwyn, Willie Hosier,
Mrs. Ingwal Edland and daugh
ter, Alaho Lee, Ada Bumgardner,
Oscar Edlaud, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mills and two children of Silver
ton, Mrs. Ira Bushey of Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith and
daughter, Gale, and Mrs. Addie
This Quilt is
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by the quiltmaker. Unlike many
star quilts though. Morning Star,
as lovely as its name. Is very easy
to make. It has a quality seen la
few quilts: when finished it has
the effect of two patterns laid on
each other. Simple and quick to
rnntrurt. tha. n&tttrn la Tiand-
seme carried oat In four materials
Pattern 545 comes to yon with
producer of feminine and juvenile
The new short frock, Ideal for
tennis, golf, bicycling and outing
wear, is predominantly developed
in seersucker, which is booked as
one of the pet fabrics of the com
ing warm weather.
Seersucker in pin stripes of two
colors or candy stripes of many
colors looms as a successful rival
of pique, although there were
some piques, mostly waffle weave.
among the 400 wash goods styles
modeled Tuesday and Thursday.
Gingham is a big number and
so are flowered and figured
Cotton Lace Is especially good
for evening and daytime.
There were beach pajamas, but
the newer styles favored beach
frocks and knee-length beach
coats of seersucker or rough wov
Smith. Dr. Wrightman and Miss
Helga BroBton of Silverton called
in the afternoon.
Jefferson. S. H. Goin'has an
nounced the wedding date of his
daughter. Miss Margaret Coin, to
Harvey Thurston, as Saturday,
March 17, at 9 o'clock at the local
Christian church. Rev. J. M. Hill,
pastor, will read the service. Miss
Margaret St. Clair will play the
wedding march. Miss Frances
Goin, sister of the bride-elect, will
act as maid of honor. Miss Alice
Calkins and Miss Mervine Thurs
ton will be bridesmaids, and Ed
ward Sanford of Spokane, Wash.,
will act as best man.
Miss Goin will be the inspira
tion of much entertaining here,
since announcement of her betro
thal. Hayesville. Mrs. Leonard
Greig, assisted, by Mrs. Carl Stet
tler. entertained at the Greig
home Saturday night with three
tables of 500. High honors went
to Mr. and Mrs. David Willis.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lauren
Stettler, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Wackeii, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Greig, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stettler,
Jr.. M.r and Mrs. Davie Willis
and Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Stettler and Betty Jean.
Easy to Make
complete, simple instructions tor
catting, sewing and finishing, to
gether with yardage chart, dla
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block! for single and double bed
tixe. and a diagram of block
which serves as a guide for plac
ing the patches and suggests con-
traaunr materials. .
Send 10 cents for this pattern
to The Oregon Statesman Needle-
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Leslie Benefit is
STELLAR social event of
this week will be the Les
lie P.TJL benefit card party
to be given in the library of the
Leslie Junior high school Thurs
day night at 8 o'clock.
Reservations have been pouring
in all week to the executive com
mittee in charge: Mrs. Earl
Pearcy. president of the associa
tion. Mrs. Douglas McKay, Mrs.
Walter Minier, Mrs. A. A. Tay
lor, Mrs. George Grabenhoret. Mrs.
A. L. Llndbeck, Mrs. H. K. Stock
well and Mrs. Gene Grabenhorst.
Contract and auction bridge,
600, rook and checkers or any
card game desired will be in play.
Miss Gretchen Kreamer's room
will be reserved for sub debs and
their escorts and for alumni of the
Prizes will be awarded in all
divisions of the entertainment.
Tables have been reserved by
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Newmyer, Mr.
and Mrs. David Wright, Mrs. C.
W. Bartlett, Mrs. H. E. McWain,
Mrs. J. N. Coburn, Mrs. J. C.
Jones, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Downs,
Mr. and Mrs. Knight Pearcy, Dr.
and Mrs. B. F. Pound, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Simmons, Mls3 Lillian
Scott, Miss Vivian Carr, Mr. and
Mrs. O. A. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. S.
A. Stone, Mrs. Bert Smith, Mrs.
Ed Gabriel, Mrs. C. R. Lester.
Mrs. William P. Ellis, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Upjohn, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Taylor, Bri
gadier General and Mrs, Thomas
E. Rllea, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Bonesteele, Miss Grace Falk, Miss
Jean Wilson, Roswell Wright, Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Greenwood, Mrs.
J. A. Sholseth, Mrs. Hedda Swart,
Mrs. Rue Drager, Mrs. Ivan Mar
tin, Mrs. F. J. A. Bochrlnger, Miss
Eva Roberts, Miss Vivian Eiker.
Miss Nean West, Mrs. E. M. Hot f-
nell, Mrs. Floyd Utter, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Daue, Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Page, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Shellberg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ac
ton, Mr. and Mrs. John Marr, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Kletzing, Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Newman, Mrs. B. H
Drager, Mrs. F. J. Goodenough.
Miss Jessie Cooper, Atleo Pearcy,
Richard Grabenhorst, Miss Jewell
Minier, Jean Pound, Miss Bar
bara Miller, Miss Norma Jean Gil-
bertson. Miss Anna Mae Graben
horst, Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Stock-
well, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Spencer,
Dr. and Mrs. D. X. Beechler. Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Powers, Mrs. J.
N. Smith, Mrs. L. C. Marshall, Mr
and Mrs. Gene Grabenhorst, Mrs
O. L. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
Wolfe, Miss Phebe McAdams, Miss
Bertha E. Magness, Miss Violet
Swanson, Lloyd Swanson. Mrs. Do-
vie Hatfield, Mrs. Wayne Hanna
Miss Gretchen Kreamer, Mr. and
Mrs. William Newmyer, Miss Amy
Martin, Mrs. Evelyn McKinlay,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. French. Mrs
Clara PomeroyMr. and Mrs. R
G. Doege, Miss Eleanora Tonsing
Miss Margaret McAlpin, Mr. and
Mrs. Gurnee Flesher, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. McElivy, Miss Hazel
McEIroy, Dr. ana Mrs. uoy joyra
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Hill, Mr
and Mrs. Robert Brady, Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Chambers, Mr. and Mrs
Max Page, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mc
Kay, Miss Dorothea Steusloff, Miss
Ruth Bedford, Miss Arbutus
Rudye, Miss Sally Lansing, Mr
and Mrs. L. B. Gilbertson, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Phillips, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Pearcy, Mr. and Mrs
Ray Yocum, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Hays, Mr. and Mrs. George Gra
benhorst, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hurd
Mr. and Mrs. George Hug, Mr
and Mrs. A. L. Lindbeck, Dr. and
Mrs. Ray M. Waltz, Mr. and Mrs
B. B. Williams, Mrs. Nellie Hams
Mrs. C. M. Green, Mrs. Walter
Robinson, Mrs. Rose Babcock
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. J. V. Shur
Miss Frances Vlrginie Melton
was hostess Sunday for another of
her musical teas. An interested
gathering listened to Miss Mel
ton's Informal talk on the life
of Chopin and a discussion of the
world's outstanding Chopin play
ers. Students of the studio who
played Chopin music were Miss
Marcia. Brown, Miss Lois Burton
and Miss Margaret Wonderlick.
The next tea will be Sunday,
March 5. The Bubject will be
"Debussy. "Anyone interested is
invited to attend.
The Nile club will have an all-
day sewing meeting Thursday at
the Masonic temple. Luncheon
will be served at noon, members
being asked to contribute sand
wiches. The committee In charge
is Mrs. O. A. Olson, Mrs. James
Imlah and Mrs. Lucille Sweeney,
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Among those going to Portland
today to attend the national
board luncheon meeting of the
Oregon Federation of Music Clubs
are Mrs. W. A. Denton, Mrs.
David Eason and Miss Elisabeth
Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Heller
arrived in New York Tuesday oa
tne Grace liner Santa Rosa. Mr.
Heller is an official of the Fibre
board Products company and Mrs.
Heller is the daughter .of Gov
ernor Julius L. Meier.
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Scotts Mills. Mr. and Mrs. J.
N. Amundson entertained at din
ner Sunday, : members of their
family, celebrating Mrs. Amund
son's birthday, her daughter's,
Mrs. Tan Ness Johnson, and. her
granddaughter's, Jean Krause's,
4. If poorly fatlfaaJiif KisWi eaff-
A smartly arranged trousseau
shower was. given In honor of
Miss Mildred Miller, bride elect,
Monday . night by Miss Beatrice
and Miss Betty-Mae Hartung. The
gifts were presented in hat box
wrapped with decorated paper and
tied with a blr blne bow.
The evening was spent infor
mally with the hostesses serving
a late luncheon.
Bidden were Miss Miller, Che
honor guest. Miss Marion Bretz,
Miss Bertha Babcock, Miss, Cyn
thia Delano, Miss Alvls Love, Miss
Lois Wilkes, Miss Sylvia DuBols.
Miss Phyllis Dennlson, Miss Alice
Speck, Miss Gwen Hunt. Miss Mer
cedes Miller, Mxs. Clifton Clemens.
Miss Brenda Savage, Miss Ruth
Chapman, Miss Faith Sherburne,
Mrs. Roy Harland, Miss Dorothy
Eastridge, Miss Florence Mar
shall, Miss Helen Boardman, Miss
Elizabeth Clement, Miss Viola
Crozter, Miss Mary Hershberger.
Miss Velma May, Miss Theresa
Ulrich, Miss Lillian Scott, Miss
Esther Black, Miss Anna Lanke,
Mrs. Oscar White, Miss Janet
Weil, Miss Pauline Findley, Miss
Beulah Cramer, Miss Naomi Hew
itt, Miss Margaret Hagg, Miss Ma
rie Ledbetter and the hostesses.
Miss Beatrice and Miss Betty-Mae
Three Hostesses Give
Mrs. Cass Nichols, Mrs. Arno
Spranger, and Mrs. Gladys Eoff
entertained with a 500 card par
ty in the home of Mrs. Eoff Sat
urday nght. High scores went to
Mrs. Frank Clark and H. H.
At a late hour supper was serv
ed to the iollowing guests: Mr.
and Mrs. John Hain, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Boles, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Creech, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Hain, Mrs. Emma Williams,
Mrs. Marjory Yung, Roy Mar
chand, Frank . Kunciter, Carl
Miller, Bob De Bruler, W. T.
Brlnley, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lau
derback, Mr. and Mrs. Cass Nich
ols, Hr. and Mrs. Arno Spranger,
Mrs. Gladys Eoff, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bucurench. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Kitchen and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
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Cadena Club to Meet
at Y Tonight
The Cadena club meets to
night at the Y. W. C. A. Spe
cial events in February will
make up the program. In connec
tion with Valentine Day. the
group will make valentines from
now until February 14 to be giv
en to sick children in institu
Miss Elsie Boiling will talk
tonight on "Lincoln and His Own
Children," and Mrs. Elizabeth
Gallaher will relate her visit to
Washington's home at Mt. Ver
non. Miss Doris Clarke will lead
Any girl employed in house
hold service Is welcome to come.
Hostesses are Miss Mary Maley
and Miss Elsie Strong.
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The Unitarian Women's Al
liance and their friends are cor
dially invited to an afternoon of
cards' and needlework Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
George H. Littlefield. 224 Divi
sion street near North Commer
cial, at 2:30 p. m. The hostess
will be assisted by Mrs. Roy Bur
ton and Mrs. John Bollock,
The W. F. M. S. of Jason Lee
church will meet this afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. August Carl, 1085 North
Fifth. Mrs. C. A. Gies will con
duct the devotions and Mrs,
George Pemberton will be in
charge of the lesson. Prayer serv
ice will be at 2:15 o'clock.
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Miss Lena Belle Tartar and
Mrs. W. S. Levens entertained 60
members of the MacDowell club
chorus Tuesday night with a de
lightful after - rehearsal affair.
Mrs. W. T. Janks and Mrs. Ken
neth Dalton presided at the urns,
and a Valentine motif was carried
out in appointments.
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Scotts Mills. The R. N. A.
club met at the home of Mrs. Nor
ma Ettlin Friday with Mrs. Irene
Jack as hostess. A potluck dinner
was served at noon to 30 mem
bers. Mrs. Gladys Lawrence and
Mrs. Clarice Krause of Portland
were special guests.
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Silverton Tha last card par
ty to be given prior to the len
ten season will be that of Wed
nesday at the St. Paul's parish
hall. This is the fourth in the
series. Members of St. Monica's
Altar society are sponsoring the
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The sewing club of the B. and
P. W. club has been postponed
until February 16, when Miss
Ruth Buckner and Miss Helen
Smith will entertain in Miss Bur
ner's home at 1410 Court street.
Miss Renee Caplan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Caplan, is vis
iting in Grants Pass with her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. M.
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The Subscription club will give
a fancy dress ball February 17 at
the Marlon hotel.
Dr. J. Vinton Scott
Office Phone Home Phone
804-5 1st National Bank Bldf.
PILES guaranteed removed without knife or needle. OLD
BORES ef asr- kfad, STUBBORN SKIS IRRITATION'S, and
ATHLETIC FEET, ir yon bad failed to beal them by ether
sneaee, will eairkly respond ender eer new method. Onr
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XrOHS BROXCtUTCi, AHTHMA. RHEUMATISM, ailwteats
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'j' SOCIAL CALENDAR 1
Note; Office honrs for tha society editor are from
10 a. m. to 12 oea jm1 ap.sn.te6p.sa.oB every day
but Satmrday, whea they are 9 a. in. to 12 aoon and
1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
-i Wednesday, February 7
Business Girls S. 8. class. First M. E. church, at
home Prof, and Mrs. A. A. Vazakas, 860 N. Cottage,
8 p. m. 1
Ladles Aid of Leslie Memorial church at 2 p. m.,
Maccabees regular meeting, K. p. hall, g p. m.
Missionary society of First Congregational church.
2:30 p. m. in church parlors. Rev. C. H. Harrison of
Ladies' Aid society. Knight Memorial church, bus
iness meeting at home Mrs. E. B. Daugherty. 1632 Court.
2; 30 p. m.
W. H. M. S. of First M. E. church, 2:15 o'clock,
Royal Neighbors sewing club, all day meeting at
home Mrs. Morgan 2367 State, potluck luncheon at noon.
V. F. W. auxiliary1 special meeting at home Mrs.
Charles Low, 2 p. m..
W. F. M. S. of Jason Lee church at home Mrs.
August Carl. 10S5 N. Fifth. 2:30 p. m.
Carnation club at home Mrs. William Esch, 2 p. m.
Dakota club, at W.C.T.U. hall on Commercial, 6:30
o'clock potluck supper.
Thursday, February H "
O. N. S. club costume party at home Miss Mabel
Dotson, 1109 Union, 8 p. m.
Orchard Heights Woman's club, at home Mrs. Will
MacDowell, 2 p. m.
Maccabee thimble club, all day meeting with Mrs.
A. W. Hoffman, 970 Hood St., potluck luncheon at noon.
Bring covered dish and sandwiches.
Nile club, all day sewing meeting at Masonic temple,
noon luncheon. Bring sandwiches.
West Way club at home Mrs. Bertha Smart. 2475
Cherry, 2 p. m.
Brush College Helpers at Triangle ranch on Wal
lace road, 2 p. m. Mrs. Utley arid Mrs. Blodgett, hostesses.
Unitarian Women's Alliance, afternoon of cards and
needlework, home Mrs. G. H. Littlefield, 224 Division
street, 2:30 p. m.
Friday, February 9
' Barbara Frietchie tent No. 2, regular meeting, K. P.
In the Valley
Grand Island. A surprise
birthday party was held Friday
night at the home of Frank San
derson in compliment to the 16th
birthday anniversary of his old
est daughter Frances. The enter
tainment was in charge of Mrs.
Helen Rorabaugh. Many beautiful
gifts were received by the honor
guest. Guests included the honor
guest, Frances Sanderson, Martha
and Laura Sanderson, Helen
Wright, Sylvia Irish, Cordelia
Bartruff, Harry Tompkins, Mary
, Evelyn and Venetta Wiley, Mary
and Howard Rockhill, Ruth An
derson, Marie Miller, Jimmie
Price, Peter and Ernest Jensen
and Mrs. Helen Rorabaugh.
Brush Creek Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Goplerud were hosts Sat
urday night for the pleasure of
their daughter. Miss Inga Gople
rud, whose birthday foils on
February 7. Charlotte Goplerud
and Elizabeth Hall assisted Mrs.
Goblerud In serving the mid
night supper. Guests included
Edna and Lela Stortz and Helen
Tingelstad of Salem; Luella For-
iand, Althea Meyer, Ludvig Mey
er, Irl Grace, Elmer Grace, Viola
Larson, Sylvia Haere, Arnold
Thompson and John, Inga, and
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Woodburn. A dance was
given Saturday night in the Arti
sans' hall by the Lettermen's culb
of the high school, to raise funds
for the annual Lettermen's picnic.
About 70 couples were present
and a nice sum realized towards
the picnic fund. Patrons and pat
ronesses were Superintendent and
Mrs. Burton W. Dunn and Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Miller. Music
was by the Moonlight Strollers,
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Gates. Mrs. Lou Kelle was
hostess to members of the Birth
day club Saturday afternoon at
the club room for an afternoon
of cards. Five tables were in play
with high score going to Mrs.
Lenn Young, next to Mrs. A. D.
Scott and low to Mrs. Roy Tay
lor. Guest honors went to Mrs.
Miss Louise Grafe was hostess
Saturday afternoon to her Sun
day school class, the juniors, at
her home near Gates.
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Pioneer. ' Mrs. Frank Dom
aschofsky and Mrs. Cylde Robbins
were joint hostesses at a "vanish
ing tea" at the borne of Mrs.
Domaschofsky Friday night. The
teas are being held by various
members of the Live Wire class of
the Christian church to raise
money for the class work. The
evening was spent In playing
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pjm. to 7 p.m.
Dr. Goldie H. Chan, If. D.
table tennis. Misena Dornhecker
and Burt Curtiss received prizes
for being the best 1 players.
Pioneer. The Pioneer Danc
ing club had special guests from
Portland Saturday night to help
furnish the music. Archie Bar
lough, brother of Mrs. Andrew
Thiess was the leader of the
group. Jim Branco, a lad 14, play
ed several selections on the accor
dion. There was a good sized
Jimmie Coy celebrated his
fourth birthday Saturday with a
party at his home.
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Waldo Hills. The Willard
Women's club met at the home of
the president, Miss Vera Otto
way, Thursday afternoon witb her
sister, Olive, assisting hostess.
Mrs. Theodore Riches described
Sweden and told interesting facts
The next meeting will be Feb
ruary 15 with' Mrs. D. F. Hillman
as hostess. A special guest was
Mrs. J. W. Stay.
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Zontians to Entertain
at Dinner c
Mrs. Edna Maybury of Olym-
pla. Wash., chairman of district .
No. 6, will be a guest of the Sa
lem Zonta club Thursday night
for dinner at the Marion hotel.
Mrs. Belle Nlles Brown is in
charge et the program and will '
Mrs. Ora F. Mclntyre and Miss '
Haiel Cook will speak and Miss .
Lena Belle Tartar, accompanied
by Miss Dorothy Pearce. will
Dr. Helen pearce, president,
will open her home en North
Winter for a. reception follow
ing the dinner In honor of Mrs.
Silverton A group of mem
bers of the Junior Women's club
enjoyed a bridge party at the
home of Mrs. Ralph Larson Fri
day night. Present were Irma
Himmel, Elizabeth Earls; Helen
McCulIough, Ruth Waterman.
Eleanor Jane Ballantyne, Celia
Hanan an the hostess.
a a a
Mill City. Miss Marie Hilde
man was hostess to the members
of the Junior class of the high
school at a buffet supper Satur
day night at the home of Doro
theen Dunivan. Later in the eve
ning a theatre party was enjoyed.
AND WEIGHT WITH
Cereal Relieved His
If yon are a sufferer from head
aches, loss of appetite and energy,
sleeplessness, or any other of the
frequent effects of constipation,
read this enthusiastic letter from
"For a long lime my system was
not in very good working- order.
But since eating Kellogg's All
Bran, I have regained my appetite
and my lost weight And my system
is in good working order. Kellogg's
All-Bran sure does the trick."
Mr. J. A. Mclntyre, 160 Euscomb
St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Tests show Kellogg's. All-BbaN
provides the "bulk" needed to re
lieve ordinary constipation. It also
contains vitamin B and iron for the
YonH enjoy this delicious and
healthful ready-to-eat cereal. Serve
it with milk or cream or use often
. Just eat two tablespoonf uls daily.
Chronic cases, with each meal. If
not relieved this way, see your
Kellogg's All-Bran is aU brnn
with only necessary flavoring added.
It contains much more needed
"bulk" than part-bran products.
Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek.
6 Boxes in
S & W Coffee
X lb. can... 25c
2-lb. can 45c
1 lb. jar 26C
3-lb. can 75c
With China OA
Vegetable & Veg. Beef
tj cans .... 20c
. Van Camps
PORK & BEANS