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C U T R A L POINT. O R M O Ü
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Can be work and how
Miss Vein»* Fowler and employed
He made the young fellows take
| bridesmaid. Marie Dole, sister of the
groom. The bride was beautiful in : notice.
• • •
' hei ivory white dress o f silk tulle, J
At the Battle of Waterloo, wh n
t over satiu, with a lull* veil and
j orange blossom trim. The bride's Napoleon was sending his solid pha-
i bouquet was rose buds of a dark lanax of French soldiers against the
rose hue, white baby breath little British, the cry was, “ They come,
blue flowers and fern. The brides they come, and Wellington prayed
maid was lovely in a blue silk taffeta for night or Blucher— those were
dress. The groom, Mr. Glen Dole, hours that tried the very souls of
and best man, Mr. Glen Kafman of men.
Today in Oregon, we arc confront
Medford, a cousin of the bride com
ed with another invasion, mostly
pleted the bridal procession.
The Rev. Leonard Hannon read working people from the farms of
Well may we
and performed the ring ceremony the middle West.
very attractively before the altar working people o f the Rogue River
which wag banked with autumn Valley exclaim. “ They come, they
flowers and foliage with a lattice come, from the bad lands of South
arch way covered with the *ame be Dakota, the corn fields of Iowa, the
wheat fields of Kansas, the wind
fore the altar.
The bride and groom left after the swept plains of Oklahoma, the raz
ceremony on their honeymoon, they or back hog lands of Arkansas and
expect to make their home near the potato lands of Colorado.’ ’ You
There were 70 guests present in
cluding friends and relatives.
H i -VAY/ TO ffEALTH
, b y^ A DA , FL MAVN E
Oregonians wake up from your long
sleep. Keep away from the Pine
Cone— There is a long winter com-
in * — WORKING MAN
Mrs. George Pike of San Jose ar-
rived last week for a two week's
visit with her sister, Mrs. Ray
with vacuum, at least • month»' »up-
PACKING ‘ ’SOMETHING"
And couldn't one look In
i PlJ ° f wax paper, possibly some ce!-
m-nt at the school lunches that are lophane that may have been saved,
and some tightly fitted covered pa
occasionally spied In the hasty act
per containers is just a beginning;
of being swallowed so that no time but, a very important one.
may be lost from play? This hasty
Perhaps the colored paper napkin
business of eating, or of anything, can be replaced by some brightly
really, is rather awful. But when colored gingham or crepe Fill th‘
no attractivness or variety is pre pepper shaker (it's only good for a
sented in the ‘ ‘noon filler” , who'd sneeze) with sugar, then use a sec
wish to take time?
ond bright shaker for salt.
It is a blessing that lunches pack
All surprise touches are hopeless
ed to meet the eye and to touch the if the balanced head does not apply
Imagination are fast becoming as itself to the balanced food program
important as the fall coat- Mothers in the sacbel. Watching each day’s
are becoming very wise, particularly milk supply, each day’s content of
when doctors so steadfastly recom fruits and vegetbles. varying the
mend the quart of milk with fruits greens In sandwiches with lettuce,
and vegetables each day. They know cabbage, celery and even grated car
PROSPECT ITEM S
that these foods must become a part rots, gives interest to the packing
of the noon day lunch so that there of the every day lunch.
A group of friends gave Irene Nye
may be no short-comings. This stim
Watch for the sweet tooth! Do
surprise handerebief shower Fri
ulates lunch box contents.
you notice what a cellophane wrap-
night at her home. She received
Equipped with a small aacbel box!ping can do to a cup cake?
many lovely handkerchiefs. The
guests enjoyed games and the novel
hotels under the ebap.-ronage of a ty of roasting marshmallows by the
Judges Study Work
fireplace. Everyone wished her x HORSE SHOW
4-H Club Members Selection of each boy and girl will safe trip as she 1«ft Sunday after
be based on a system of achieve noon for Nampa, Idaho, where «he
While 4-H Club members of Jack- ments worked out by Mr. Seymour
will attend college this fall.
son county await selection of an out which records individual activities
October 2 to 10
Mrs. Velma Dunagan attended th.-
standing boy and girl from their In 4-H Club work. The 1936 com-
IV Shows In On*
group. Judges who will announce tho petition was sponsored entirely by
11 ocroi under on«
p o r t . Fowler at Mrs. James Dole’s home
cbo.ce are studying the achievement' The First National Bank of
ro o f Exhibits o f
and leadership record of each con land. Last year's guests were Mary by Mrs. J. Fowler. The bride-to-be
p u ro -b ro d llv o
testant preparatory to making a fin Esther Dav!s and Earruet Lathrop, [®c®iTed_ m* ny
•totk.Dogs.f ou I try,
fo l Stork, Wild lifo.
al choice later In the month. The both of Central Point.
Dole served ice cream and cake to i Manufactured and i
Judge* In this county are J. E. Al-
land Product, 4-H <
about 100 guests.
baugh, county agricultural agent;
Club an d Smith
Hugha« Vocational Education
C. R. Bowman, county school super
A t Church Ceremony trlp to KIama,h FaI‘s Saturday.
A very beautiful wedding
solemnized at the Church of j h„
Nazarene Friday evening at 8 p.m.
The bride was Miss Velma Fowler,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren
Fowler of Prospect. The groom ;s
Mr. Glen Dole, son of the Rer. and
Mrs. James Dole of Prospect.
A solo, "I love you truly” , was
sung by Floyd Dole, with Miss
Dolores Dole at the piano, followed
with the wedding march played by
Miss Dolores Dole, with the attrac
tive little flowers girls. Miss Janette
Grieve» and Miss Gloria Dunagan
dressed in pasta! shades and carry
ing baskets o f flowers leading the
S W IF T 'S H yrAIlKM F O R BLASONINO
Mr. and Mrs. George Jantzer and |
Teddy accompanied Lewis Jantzer
to Corvallis Friday where he plans
to enter O.S.C. this fall.
This rain must have been ordered
for the deer hunters and many of
the red hats are taking advantage of
it as the woods are full of men.
C O M M U N IC A T E D
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should happen to cut o ff your income would you be able
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money and self respect.
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A. R Puchner, Assistant Manager
Oria Crawford, Assistant Manager
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