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ATHENA, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 19, 1930
Held Invalid By
Washington. Federal Judge Wil
liam Pla-tOr' rt Wnnr TAMMI V... . 1 .1
Athena DonS HOUday Smile the adoption of the eighteenth amend-
BACK IN THE OFFING
He's at the Door
With Christmas Spirit
In spite of the absence of the usual
white mantle of snow, and the gen
eral "repression," Athena and view
lty has donned a smile and Christ
mas spirit prevails.
; Plans are being completed for cele-
, bration of the "best day of all the
year and with programs and enter
tainments at schools and churches
and the happy prospects of family
. reunions and Santa m the offing the
jolly season approaches.
A beautiful Christmas tree will be
the feature of the decorations at the
Baptist church, when the -following
program will be presented Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock. Selections,
choir; trombone solo, Dan Tilley;
recitation, Dwayne Payne; recitation,
Norma June Watkins; recitation,
Laura Jean Payne; song, "The Christ
mas Wish," primary department; rec
itation, Geraldine Cutler; recitation,
Ida Clemons; song, "Holy Child,"
Junior girls; recitation, Frances Al
kire; recitation, Raymond Kibbey;
recitation, Bryan Kibbey, recitation,
Cecil Clemons; duet, Roberta Cannon
and Rachel Smith; recitation, Jack
Stewart; recitation, Helen Alkire;
recitation, Beverly ... Barrett; piano
solo, Arlene Foster, recitation, Paul
Kibbey; recitation, Woodrow Wilson;
song, "Christmas Bells," school; song
"Three Kings of Orient," Beverly
Barrett, Frances . Alkire and Ida
Clemons; recitation, Annabelle Payne
dialogue, Genevieve Barrett and Va
A 1 J !. -
gram featuring the little tots will be
presented at the Christian church at
7:30 Sunday night. A Christmas
tree and presentation of treats by
Santa Claus will be the high lights of
the entertainment to which everyone
is Invited . . '
The program follows in part
Christmas carol, school; invocation,
Rev. Sias; selections, primary depart'
ment; welcome exercise, loyal girls;
vocal solo,- "Merry Christmas," Vir
ginia Eager; reading, "An Anxious
Moment," Billy Zerba; vocal solo,
Aaron Douglas; recitation, "On
Christmas," Billy Hansell; piano
solo, Betty Eager; musical reading,
"On guard at Bethlehem," Arlene
loyal boys; Pantomime, "It came up
on a midnight clear," Virginia Eager,
Jewell Pmkerton, Dorris Jenkins;
vocal duet, "Bells of Christmas,"
Betty Eager, Marjorie Douglas;
Pantomime, "Old dolls," Junior girls.
The Athena schools will present a
beautiful Christmas pageant at the
auditorium Tuesday night. Costum-
planned and much time and effort
has been employed in making this a
success. All school patrons and the
general public are invited to attend.
ment to have been invalid,
His decision was based on the
broad principle that such an amend
ment could be ratified only by con
stitutional conventions and not by the
The immediate effect of the de
cision, Judge Clark explained, would
be in New Jersey, where any arrests
made for the retail of : intoxicants j
would have to be made under the (
state enforcement act pending ap-j
peal of his decision.
Some apprehension was expressed
by high Washington officials over the
effect upon prohibition prosecutions
of the decision handed down by Judge
' Tf Jit A era rlo-rlr eoM ' no flmanil.
ment to be considered is one design- I
ed to transfer to the United States
powers previously vested in the
states the convention method must be
followed. This, he held, arose from
the character of such amendments '
and "from the character of the dele
gates to and deliberations in a con
stitutional convention as compared
with the corresponding character of
the personnel of state legislatures
and their deliberations.
Judge- Clark reached his decision
afer exhaustive delving into con
stitutional history and into the in
timate history of framers of the fed
In one part of the justice depart
ment assurance was given that the
decision would have no- effect upon
the actual status of national prom
bition unless the case was upheld by
the supreme court. It was pointed
out also that the highest tribunal al
ready 1 had passed upon 1 various
phases of the amendment's ratifica
tion and held it legal. From another
quarter of the department, however,
it was said enforcement conditions in
New Jersey might be seriously af
Deer Lock Horns; One
Dies in Fierce Struggle
Occasionally one hears of deer per
ishing after a fight. Usually evidence
is found in a couple of pairs of
antlers revealed in some isolated
nook. Up at Homer-Watts law office
is a photograph of two deer with
their antlers locked in deadly em
brace. Few hunters, mountaineers or
woodsmen have been fortunate to be
hold two monarchs of the forest alive
in this condition, but down in the
Prineville country recently two cat
tlemen were attracted to a combat of
thig nature, and the Prineville Re
view relates as follows:
"A circumstance about which you
sometimes read, but very few see,
occurred on Hammer creek recently.
While E. B. Knox and his brother
George were riding after cattle on
Monday, they noticed that magpie
and coyote trails were leading to a
certain place, and decided to inves
tigate. To their surprise they found
two deer, with their horns locked.
One was dead and half eaten up,
while the other was very much alive.:
"The Knox brothers returned to the
R. G. Raymond "ranch for help, and
Mr. Raymond and his ranch hand,
Mr. O'Hara, returned to the scene
Athena friends were shocked to
hear of the death, December 10, of
Rev. 'E. M. Bollinger at Clarkston,
Washington. Rev. Bollinger who has
not been well for some time went to
ms room alter luncn to rest ana upon .;th the Knox Mothers, teking with
investigation at dinner time wnen ne them a team and sled. The live deer
aid not appear was xouna , released and brought to the Ray
passed away sometime during the af-1 onJ ranch( where nejghbors came
veimwn. r Uneri to view the unusual sight,
awaiting tne arrival oi wrs. coning- The Hve deer WM a four.pointerf
er who was with her daughter in while thJ dead animal had four
Syratuse, New York.- Rev. Bollinger fats on one antler and three on the
resighed his pastorate af Clarkston ther About 4:30 the horns were
Inst Mav and in pomnanv with Ills ' . . r . . -r. w
. . , - . r ,. . pnea apart Dy Mr. naymona ana rar.
wife went, east But as the climate Tweedt freedom to the four.
did not agree with him he returned inter After 1(M)ki around yery
the following month and spent the tnuch 8urprised to free again the
summer in tne mountains noping deer trotted out to the hills. Pictures
improve his health. Since fall
has heen residiner in Clarkston.
were taxen by Mrs. E. B. Knox."
Will Adopt Child
After Christmas little Alice low
will make her home with Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Edgerton of Walla Wal
la. Alice is . a beautiful and bril
liant child and loved by all who
Counties Tuberculin Free
Fifteen more Oregon counties are
soon to be accredited as tuberculin
free areas relative to dairy and range
inspection, . says " Dr. W. H. Lytle,
state veterinarian. They are Lane,
know her. Mr. and Mrs. Edgerton ?on' D,f chuteiV C!S?k' K,lamath'
are charming people and have an at
tractive home and no other children
and Alice's friends are glad to
know that she will be so happily
Union, Wallowa, Umatilla, Morrow,
Lake, Baker, Malheur, Wasco, Clack
amas and Curry.
Off For Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crabill will
spend the holidays with relatives and
friends in the Willamette valley.
go to the
fc I Weston Chapter Officers
Weston Leader: At a recent elec
tion of officers held by Crescent chap- Grandma Sleeman will
ter, Eastern Star, the following were home of her brother at Dayton, for
chosen: Worthy matron, Mabel Price; Christmas.
associate matron, Wilmuth McKin-
ney; conductress, Ethel McBride; as- - On Visit to Daughter
sociate conductress. Florence Swann; Mrs. Laura Froome will leave for
worthy patron, Asa iwann; associate Oregon City Wednesday of next week,
patron, W. S. Price; aecretary, Alice to spend Christmas with her daugh-
rnce; treasurer, fclla U'Uarra. ter, Mrs. Lyman Cooley.
-Mrs. Pambrun nl .. Williams At Washtucna
Friends of Mrs. Sam Pambrun are Charles Williams is visiting at the
sorry to hear of her illness at her home of his daughter and son-in-law,
nome south or Athena. At present Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beckner at Wash
Ml M Mightly ImpWted. -ifucn.
Nacker Convicted; Life
Sentence Is Recommended
Klamath Falls. It took a jury only
eight minutes to decide the guilt of
Donald Nacker, 21, who shot and kill
ed Fred Dunbar at Summit lake
"Guilty of murder in the first de
gree," was ;the verdict the jury
brought in together with a recom
mendation of life imprisonment.
The jury did not even examine the
numerous exhibits which the state and
defense offered in the trial, which
lasted seven days. Either sentence
will be imposed or the time for sent
encing will be set in court this week,
At the conclusion of the case.
Judge G. F. Skipworth of Lane coun
ty, who conducted the case, stated
that it was the fairest trial, the clean
est-cut testimony and the best jury
he had ever had. The extreme penal
ty death was demanded by Ted R,
Gillenwaters, deputy district attorney,
in the principal argument for the
- Milton Pioneer Dies
J. L. Miller, justice of the peace
of Milton, died at his home Friday
afternoon. He had suffered a stroke
of paralysis earlier in the week. He
has been a resident of the valley for
60 years and of Milton since 1872,
He was born in Illinois' in 1860 and
crossed the plains with his parents
the following year. He was manager
of the flour mill there for many years
and wag active in fraternal work. His
wife died in 1929. One brother sur
vives. ' Funeral services were held
The Conoco Programs
Relative to resumption on the air
of the popular Conoco programs,
Bryce Baker of the Athena Service
Station, local manager for the Con
tinental Oil company, informs the
Press that perhaps the best reception
may be received over KSL Salt Lake
City, Tuesdays 6 to 6:30 p. m., and
over KGA Spokane, Fridays 7 to 7 :30
m. Last week the Press announced
Butte as the sending station but this
was an error.
Two Children Burn
A terrible tragedy occurred at
Bend Monday, when two little daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Mc-
Daniel, 1 and 3 years old, burned in
the ashes of their home. The mother,
after tucking the tots in bed, went to
neighbors. Flames shot from the
building. Firemen fought their way
to the bed room. The children had
died in their sleep, physicians said.
Entertained Bridge Club
Mrs. Chase Garfield was hostess
last Friday afternoon when she en
tertained the Athena Bridge club at
her home on Third street. Addition
al guests made up four tables. Tallies
decorated with holly and candles ac
cented the Christmas idea. Mrs.
Glenn Dudley made high club score
and Mrs. F. S. LeGrow received the
consolation prize. Mrs. Gordon Wat
kins -received the guest prize.. Other
guests were Miss Helen Hansell, Mrs.
Laurence Pinkerton and Mrs. Arthur
Douglas. Tea and cakes were served
by the hostess assisted by Mrs.
Will Preach Sunday
Rev. E. H. Harris of Okanogan,
Washington, will preach at the Bap
tist church Sunday morning. Rev.
Harris is en route home from a visit
at McMinnVille', OVCgo'n. '
Athena Students at the
University of Oregon
University of "Oregon. There are
four students from Athena registered
in the University of Oregon fall term.
Lois Lorene Johnson, a sophomore
in the school of music, graduate of
Athena high school, a member of
Gamma Phi Beta, national social
sorority, and Mu Phi Epsilon, wo
men's music honorary.
Lenore McNair, graduate Athena
high school a sophomore in the school
of business administration, and a
members of Alpha Delta Pi, national
social sorority. ;
Fred A. Radtke, a junior in his
tory, graduated from the Athena high
in 1927, and a member of the fencing
team in 1929.
Kathleen Mae Radtke. a junior in
English, a member of Alpha Delta
Pi, national sorority, graduated from
the Athena high.
Chapter Installs Officers
McKenzie Chapter O. E. S. held
their annual installation Wednesday
night at the Masonic hall. Mrs. W,
P. Littlejohn served as installing of
ficer and her work was done in a
manner charming and gracious. Her
lines were letter perfect. Officers in
stalled for the ensuing year are, Mrs,
Chase Garfield, worthy matron;
Arthur Coppock, worthy patron; Mrs,
Marion Hansell, associate matron;
Kohler Betts; associate patron; Mrs
James Cresswell, conductress; Mrs
Kohler Betts, associate conductress;
Mrs. Louis Keen, secretary; Mrs
Henry Dell, marshall; Mrs. H. I.
Watts, Ruth; Mrs. Gordon Watkins,
Esther; Mrs. W. S. Ferguson, Mar
tha; Mrs. Henry Barrett. Electa; Mrs
Theresa Berlin, sentinel. A social
hour followed installation and re
freshments were served at small
tables centered with red tapers, minia
ture candles also decorated the plum
puddings. Mrs. Henry Dell, Mrs. H. I.
Watts and Mrs. Marion Hansell com
posed the social committee.
"Hard Times" Party
The "hard times" party given by
the O. D. O. club at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Forest Zerba Jast Friday
night was a success in every respect.
A no hostess dinner was served at
7 o'clock and covers were placed for
fifty members and ' guests. Games
and the following program occupied
the evening hours. Dance, Belva Mc
Intyre; vocal solos, .Mrs. Floyd Pink
erton; piano solos, Miss Marjorie
Montague. The guests were attired
in hard times costumes and . prizes
were presented to Mrs. Lee Crawford
and Sterling Parris for the best sus
tained characters. The next meeting
of the club will be at the home of
Mrs. Jess Smith Friday, January 2nd.
Sunday School Party
Mrs. Flint Johns, Mrs. A. A. Mc-
Intyre and Miss Mary Berlin enter
tained members of the Primary de
partment of the Christian Sunday
school Saturday afternoon. The
children worked on the scrap books
they are making to send to less for
tunate youngsters. The feature of
the affair was the "party"- which was
served by the hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Walker were
dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Walk
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris at
Operetta To Be Given At
School, Tuesday Evening
The grades are rehearsing each day
for the operetta, "The End of the
Santa Claus Trail," which is to be
presented in the school auditorium
next Tuesday night, December' 23.
Miss Lee has charge of the acting
,and stage direction, Miss Bryant di
rects the singing, while Miss Thor
son ha3 charge of the costumes.
The high school orchestra,, under
the direction of Mr. Tilley, will make
its first appearance. The high school
Glee club, under the direction of Mrs.
Bloom, will sing a group of Christ
mas carols. .
Entertainment of unusual interest
is anticipated and a large attendance
is expected. The presentation of the
operetta is a greater undertaking on
the part of the grade schools than
has been attempted in the past and
intensive rehearsals have been under
way for some time to insure success.
Games At Pendleton
Coach Miller took his first and sec
ond teams to Pendleton Wednesday
evening and the juniors, in a fast
well-played game defeated Cramer's
juniors by the close score of 11 to 10
The Pendleton first team, which is
said to be the best Pendleton Hi has
turned out in several years, defeated
Athena Hi 28 to 6. Athena's next
game will be with Weston Hi at Wes
ton, on January 7. The Athena teams
took two practice games from Walla
Walla Y. M. C. A. teams at Walla
The Athena . Athletics took the
measure of the Pendlntnn Tfiwnnio
basketball team of the Blue Mountain
League in their first game of the
season on the Fendleton pnnrt. Tuna
day evening. Score 43 to 29.
The Athletics started off with a in
Wayne Pinkerton malum? a hnaW
and was immediately followed hv Art.
Taylor, who looped in., another and
rrom mere on Athena kept the lead,
the half ending Athena 24, Pendleton
Harden and Tavlrfr wpr nnt-h "nn
and their loopings through the hoop
came from all nncrlp and Hiotnnnoa
lhe former Was high scorer with 15
points, and , Taylor garnered 12.
Athena's close checking on defensive
was markedly supported by accurate
basket shooting and hangup team
The ffama was mforeod vow sofia
factorilv bv Johnson of Stnnfiolif whn
had a comparatively easy night of it
ior tne game, while last, was fea-
turea Dy clean playing by both teams.
Art Taylor came out of a collision
with a Pendleton player with a cut
on the left cheek which necessitated
a stitch to close the wound.
The Athletics will play the Weston
Independents, a team not in the Blue
Mountain League, at the Athena gym
tomorrow night. The next league
game will be played here with
Adams, Friday evening, December 26
Spent a Jolly Evening
The members of the Pinocble club
and their husbands spent a jolly eve
ning Thursday of " last week when
they participated in a progressive
dinner party. The first course of the
dinner was served at the W. E. Camp
bell home. From there the diners
went to the homes of Mr. and Mrs. A,
L. Jenkins, Mr. and . Mrs. C. E. O.
Montague and Mr. and Mrs.. Jesse
Smith, in order. At the Smith home
four tables were in play following
dinner. High scores were made by
Mrs. A. L. Jenkins and C. H. Potter,
low going to Mrs. Montague and Mr
Athletics Vs. Weston
What promises to be one of the
warmest basketball games of the
season will be played tomorrow
night in the Athena gym between the
Athena Athletic league team and the
Weston Independents. It is said the
Weston team, which for a time con
templated entering the Blue Mountain
Basketball league,, is a. well-trained,
fighting, scrambling bunch, full of
pep and rarin' to go. Be there and
Hosts At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hopper were
hosts at dinner Wednesday night.
Chrysanthemums and red tapers and
baskets decorated the table where
covers were placed for twelve. . At
bridge which followed dinner Dr. R.
D. Blatchford held high score . and
Justin Harwood low. This group has
adopted the title N. A. G. R. club
and will be so designated. Those pre
sent were Dr. and Mrs. Blatchford,
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Harwood, Dr.
and Mrs. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Prestbye and Mr. and Mrs. James
Wauna Camp Fire Group
The Wauna Campfire group was
charmingly entertained Monday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. W. S. Fer
guson, ihe nostess instructed the
girls in decorating talcum powder
jars. Other attractive and decorative
articles are being made by this en
ergetic group. The next meeting will
occur next Monday evening at the
home of Mrs. Bert Logsdon, guardian.
A Christmas tree loaded with gifts
will be a feature of the evening.
Hundreds Play In Snow
Hundreds of Portland motorists
drove to Mt. Hood resorts Sunday and
played in six inches of snow. A
gorgeous day of sunshine brought out
crowds of skiers and other followers
of winter sports.
Methodist Ladies' Society
Give Interesting Program
One of the most lively organizations
in Athena is the Methodist society
which holds its meetings every two
weeks. - Wednesday afternoon the
members were entertained at the
home of Mrs. Frank Little. A Christ
mas note was accented by the deco
rations of green and red bells, and
garlands and wreaths of cedar. A
feature of the afternoon was a three
act play which further emphasized
the Christmas spirit, its title being,
"The Gold Diggers Christmas Club."
The play was well presented and was
directed by Mrs. Little. The theme
was the story of a group of girls
who planned ways and means for dis
pensing Christmas cheer to a lonely
woman. The lines were thoroughly
modern and amusing but carrying a
real message. The cast included, Mrs.
Will Kirk, Mrs. Frank Williams,
Mrs. Velton Read, Mrs. R. A. Duf
fiield, Mrs. Lowe, Miss Mary Berlin,
Miss Mary Tompkins, Miss Esther
Berlin and Miss Goldie Miller. Re
freshments were served by Mrs. L. A.
Cornell, Mrs. John Burke and Mrs.
W. M. McLeod,
Gifts were exchanged, each member
and guest receiving a Christmas pre
sent. Mrs. Hand gave a solo: "0
Come All Ye Faithful." Visitors were
Mrs. Henry Booher, Mrs. F. B. Boyd,
Mrs. F. Pittman, Mrs. McKinney,
Mary Berlin' and Goldie Miller.
Will Hereafter Comply
C. M. Bowers, a farmer living in
the Walla Walla valley was detained
by "Buck" Lieuallen, traffic officer,
Tuesday morning and hailed into
court. Mr. Bowers has been doing
job hauling for some time and upon
receiving a contract to haul some cat
tle from Pendleton to Walla Walla
failed to acquire an Oregon license
which would give him the privilege
of using the Oregon highways for
that purpose. Judge Richards after
investigation fixed his fine at $25 and
a promise to comply with the law
School Faculty Entertained
Tne Athena high school faculty was
charmingly . entertained Tuesday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. D. Blatchford. The guests were
bidden for dinner and the prettily ap
pointed table was centered with a
miniature Christmas tree and tall,
red tapers. Covers were placed for
eight and included Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Bloom, Miss Mary Cameron, Dan
Tilley and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wat
kins. Bridge was played following
dinner and Miss Cameron won high
honors and Mrs. Bloom the consolation.
Here From Bonner Ferry
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Booher arrived
from Bonners Ferry, Idaho, Wednes
day evening", and will spend the holi
days' hers" witM relative's.
Better Radio Service for the
Country Advocated, Ru
ral Fans Considered.
Washington J). C The floral
dio commission was urtred bv it a P,at
examiner, Ellis. A. Yost, to increase
the number of th natinn'.
powered broadcasting stations from
ien io more tnan b(J in the interest of
the rural radio fan.
In a Voluminous seripa nf nunm.
mendations on hearings recently held
before him, in which 24 station not
ed to increase their power to 50,000
watts, Yost not only requested that
20 of the group be allowed so to op
erate, but that the
general order be amended to allow
an clear-channel stations" this pow
At the same time tbn
itself announced that, after January
oi, isMj., it would renew broadcast
ing licenses for six months insfnn nt
the three months' nerinH now Jn ef
fect. Two commissioners diaspnfpl
from this change.
"The remote and small.twnn liaf.
ener," Yost said in his renort. "ia nof.
at present receiving his fair share of
raaio Droaacastmg reception.
"ine granting to all clear-cbannol.
station applicants of the use of high
power would give to both the metro-'
politan and rural listener an Wrona.
ed ': choice of non-chain nroo-rama-
originating in distant cities not now
The four aoDlicationa which Yoat
recommended be denied came from
stations not now on cleared channels
and asking a chancre of freauenrv an
well as an increase of power.
lhey were stations WWJ. nnrrafpd
by the Detroit Evening News; WCFL
of Chicago, owned by the American
Federation of Labor; WTMJ. nwnaH
by th Milwaukee Journal, and WREC
of Memphis, Tenn.
The 20 he urered be granted wpro
spread fairly evenly throughout the
fiveb zones into which the radio com
mission has divided the country. Un
der existing orders of the commission
the use of 50,000 watts power is al
lowed on only four cleared channels
in each zone.
If Yost's recommendations arn
adopted the number of channels us
ing this power would be increased to
eight in each zone, and since more
than one station of ten shares a chan
nel, the total number of high-powered
stations would be increased beyond
Ray Jones of Athena and Miss
Areta Tucker, of Toppenish, Wash.,
formerly of Weston, were united in
marriage at Dayton, Wash., Wednes-
ay of last week, December 10. Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon O'Harra, brother-in-law
and sister of the groom, attend
ed the happy couple, -who are well
known and popular with a large
circle of friends in this part of the
county. A reception was held for
the newly wedded pair at the Vernon
O'Harra home, Saturday evening,
when they were recepients of num
erous presents. The bride is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Trajon
Tucker and the groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones of Athena.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones will make their
home on the Jones mountain ranch.
Hcrmiston Girl Killed
Eamestine Isicksen, 16, of Hermis-
ton, was instantly killed 10 miles
west of Pendleton late Sunday night,
when a car driven by Walter Nor-
qulst of Hermiston, turned over. Due
to fog, young Norquist found that he
was driving on the wrong side of the
road. He swerved the car too sud
denly and it skidded over on its side.
Miss Isicksen was riding next the
door in the front scat. Her head was
crushed by the edge of the door when
the car went over. Four other occu
pants of the car escaped serious in-
Plans For Silver Tea
Plans for the silver tea to be given
tomorrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Arthur Douglas by the Girls'
League of the Athena high school
are being completed by the members.
The affair is to compliment the mo
thers and a general invitation is ex
tended. An attractive program is
being prepared and will be pre
sented during the afternoon and is as
follows: Piano solos, Marjorie Mon
tague; vocal duet, Marjorie Douglas
and Betty Eager; piano solos, Esther
Berlin; musical reading, Betty Eager.
The hours are from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Mrs. Archie Mclntyre entertained
the J. T. club at her home last Fri
day afternoon. A social afternoon
was spent by the members the host
ess serving dainty refreshments at
the tea hour. The next meeting will
be at the home of Mrs. Max Hopper.