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PAGE TWO THE ALB. ANY DEMOCRAT.-HERALD,; ALBANY, OREGON SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1936 TF T W Mil COMING EVENTS ' CLUBS - LODGES PATTERNS B B IANTHE SMITH, Editor Telephone 1 6 o GARNISHES REFLECT LACE JACKET DRESS IS HIGH STYLE Pollak'Steyens, Wedding Is, anon, who has known the Truloves for many years. The Rev. George Simmons also eulogized the , honored guests. The members of the Good Will Revealed at ;;,',.Tuesda.V'. evening of this ys ' '-it "s J", ? r f Barzillai Chapter Enjoys Visitation of Grand Officer i.i' One of the most interestintr sessions to. have been held this winter by Hary.illai chapter, Order of Eastern Star, was the meeting; Tuesday evening at 7 :30 in the Masonic temple, when Mrs. 'Hazel Inghrarn, grand conductress from The Dalles, made an official visit to the chapter. A ceremony by the Floral Degree, proceeded the regular opening. This degree was inaugurated this year. TJie team is comprised of Mrs. Elmer Williamson, Mrs. Seth Thomas French, Mrs. George Berry, Mrs. Leon Bassett, Mrs. Charles Olvis. Mrs. Kie Birchfield with Mrs. L. G. Lewelling as leader. The " nounced the marriage of her daughter, Miss Margaret D. Stevens to Robert Allen Pollak, son of Mrs. William Pollak. of Albany, at a dessert bridge, at the home of Dr. i'nd Mrs. M. M. Wood.worth, Sixth and Walnut streets. ,5 Miss Stevens and Mr. Pollak were married Sunday morning, at. Vancouver, Wash., with the Rev. Kunzman 'officiating.' The ceremony was performed at the Luther-''te" Manse. The bride and bride-groom were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eagles also of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. annah"; a duet by Alta and Alma .Kennell, entitled "Little Snowdrops," and Ruth Moench played a gowns worn by the degree members are of aqua marine blue taffeta, tiptoe lengths made on empire lines. The floral degree presented the cuest of honor, following the cere- mony in which she was seated in the east, with an old fashioned bouquet, composed of costume bouquets of appropriate colors. Mrs. L. G. Lewelling made the presentation speech. Other guests seated in the east were: Mrs. Monnie Houser, past grand matron; Rex W. Davis, past grand patron; Milton L. Meyers, past grand patron; Mrs. Vera Bar-rick, worthy matron, and Ira Darby, worthy patron, all of Chadwick chapter, Salem; Mrs. Anna Bartu, worthy matron, and Milo Bartu. worthy patron, Euclid chapter, ilefferson; Mrs. Elnathan Lowe, worthy matron. Marguerite chap ter, Lebanon and Mrs. Gertrude Shoemate, Willamette chapter, Shedd. The opening ceremonies were made more impressive by a musical background, played by Mrs. Glenn M. Junkirt, organist and Mrs. Sven Eliassen, violinist. Many visitors were present from Shedd. Halsev. Salem, Lebanon. Jefferson, Brownsville, Mill City and Corvallis and were seated in the chapter room. Mrs. Dorothy Griffith and Es ther Walker, were initiated into the order. It was announced during the lodge session that during April a district meeting will be held in Albany with Lebanon assisting in the lodge work. The meeting will be called when Mrs. Inez J. Glazier, Coquille, worthy grand matron makes a visit to this district. Plans are being made by Bar-zillai chapter to sponsor a dinner for St. Johns lodge No. 17 A. F. & A. M., on Tuesday, April 21. Mrs. Inghram held a special school of instruction Tuesday afternoon, at which time all the officers of Barzillai chapter were IMiaim. n. mmm m Js. H. Bland, Albany, also witnessed the ceremony. I., At' Tuesday "evening's parly, "tirfdge, was played following the dessert-dinner, with prizes going - to Mrs. B. H. Bland and Mrs. bfidward Lawrence Barrett. ' Daffodils, spirea, and heather Htvef e Used as decorations .about (he rooms and small bouquets of - mixed flowers were used on the tables. 'Daffodils with a small 'scroll inside the flowers, bearing -the names of the bridal couple told of the marriage and ' marked the places for the guests. Mrs. Pojlak attended and was graduated from: Albany's high School and has been employed by the Montgomery Ward store in the clerical, department for the past inree years. .'p Mr. Pollak also attended Albany's public schools and Oregon l State college and the Leland Stanford ' university. . He is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. Tf' Mr. and Mrs. Pollak plan to -makcthelr'home 1n San Francisco, bCal. Mr. Pollak left for California Wednesday-' and Mrs. Pollak will leave for the soutsx., within, the yfltf three weeks. , a: M Vi. . ; 'Junior; Contract Club J At Hurd Home. I Wednesday evening ' of this week- the' .Junior. Contract club .members and 'husbands were en-Itcrtaihed at the home of Mr. and ! Mrs. Clarence Hurd, with Mr. and J Mrs. Arlie Anderson' of Browns ville as assistant host and hostess. Three tables of contract bridge were in play during the evening with high scores going, toiMp, and Mrs. Walter Kropp. . At a late hour a light luncheon was served, by "Mrs." Hurd and Mrs. Anderson. - I Bouquets of daffodils and other spring f lpwers were used about the 'rooms as decorations, I Two Papers Add Jws.tp..C.iu).yerii. Last Saturday afternoon the Briember's of the- Modern Travelers club Wcro entertained at the Miome of Mrs. J. C. Irvine with i22 members answering roll call. us the opening number on the program the ensemble sang, "Home Lpn the Range" and this was followed by the first paper of the fufternoon, presented by Dr, Olive kX. Beers, who gave "Tlie History 'vt Oregon Names.". Oregon was iiumed by a' man 'named Carver,' IfVIrs.'" Beers "statc"d, most' of the ;aiames witlijri the stale arc of jfipanish, 'Indian origin and also nade up of a dialect, common to mrpsmii ui A beige lace dress for brmge parties enables the homemuker to forget her routine like more leisured sisters. This model is trimmed with brown satin froas and belt and is a high spot among Eastei; modes. Kitchen Appetizers Decorations lor me cnapier room -' were furnished by Mrs. O. P. Ro- . Dr- Hall is a former Albany rcsi-maine and consisted of carnations,- dmt and was graduated from the lilies, forsythia and ferns. In the Albany high school. ; - : - dining room, where light refresh-1 w . . ments were served at a late hour,, LOOleyS entertain r Party Tuesday week, Mrs. Vera Stevens an numbers, they were: "'Far Apart," and " Four Ducks in a Pond." Plans were made during the business meeting, which follow-ed the social hour, the club's an nual guest day, which is to be hold April 18. Topics for study next year were also discussed. At the close of the afternoon the hostess served light, refresh ments. .. G, A. R. Women Enjoy Tea. On March 17, the Ladies' of the G. A. R. enjoyed a St. Patrick's day tea at the home of Mrs. Ed. Jackson on 1 East Third street, Contests and a program were en joyed during the afternoon. Twen ty-one Albany women were serv ed tea at the cjbso of the after noon The next meeting will be held April 7. Initiation, is to feature this meeting. North. Albany Women Meet in Albany. Mrs. Arthur Coiighlan of the K. Of P. apartments entertained the members of the North Albany Thursday club last week on Thursday, with two contests being enjoyed during the social hour. Mrs. "William Luther and Mrs. Arthur Fuller won prizes. Sixteen club members answered roll call. At' the close of the afternoon refreshments were served Toy' 'the hostess, who was assisted in serving Miss. Helen Morgan,' . ' i .;,., . Miss Keen Given Birthday Party. Evelyn Kean was- honored last Friday afternoon on the lawn of her home, 1306 West Ninth street, by her mother, Mrij. Silas O: Kean. The occasion wus Miss Kcan's eighth birthday The afternoon was spent, in Playing games out-of-doors.- that. Included, ah Easter, egg hunt. At the close of . the afternoon the hostess Served refreshments. ' The guest list included Misses Vcrlii Mac Gillespie, Jcaii McNeil, Lois' Gillespie, Arlenc " McNeil, Patsy Tycer, Julia Mac Hickman, Myrtle Hulbert, Chnrmlon Hood, Betty Caroline Atcheson, ' Nine Fern Abbott,-Marion' Huley, Janet Coleman. ' 4 Masters: Arnold Haley, Jack Gillespie, Buddy Atcheson, Norris Atcheson and Bobby Coleman. Assisting the hostess in serving were Miss Doris Ann Huley and Miss Anmi Mue Haley. ... : , love was celebrated Sunday, Mar. 22 at the Tollman community hull when more than 10Q guests gath ered to honor tnem. The dinner tables were decorated Willi daffodils and other spring flowers and the guests of honor were presented a large golden the home of Miss Lenore Powell. i ! j , 1 j ; j SEASON OF THE YEAR "The seasons of the year can be represented by garnishes," says Inez a. willson, home economist. And in addition, variety can be added to the meat dish by the selection of a different garnish. However,' there are a few points to keep in mind when choosing those garnishes always select ones which are edible, compli mentary in flavor and texture to the meat, and sufficiently different in color to be pleasing in appearance. ! ' ' Here are some garnishes for meats which suggest the color of spring. 1. Lamb Mint leaves, mint jelly; circles of baked oranges in watercress; slices of pineapple; parsley. 2. Beef Wreath of watercress; celery curis oh lettuce; small pickles sliced lengthwise; green peppers or pimentos, cut in ribbons; green peas 3. Pork Apple rings; small, round, bright red radishes: celery stalks cut in 2-inch pieces, then fringed and . placed in ice water to open; cuumbcr baskets; friend banana slices with paisley; lettuce leaves lolled tightly and cut into ribbons; tomato sauce. Delta Kappa Phis To Dance Tonight. The Grill room of the St. Francis hotel will be the scene of an informal radio dance tonight, given by Delta Kappa Phi sorority of Albany college. Approximately 25 couples are expected to attend the affair which will be earned out in the sports motif. Committees in charge are: Elaine Lyle, general chairman; Eugenia Cheek and Caroline Mc-Kain, decorations; Martha Bibb. invitations; Betty Lou Harrison and Winifred Slausson, refreshments. . College Fraternity Has Informal Dance. Members and pledges of Kappa Kappa Phi fraternity, Albany college, held an informal dance Friday evening, March 20, at the Fairmount grange hall in North Albany. Music was furnished by radios located at either end of the hall. Committees in charge of the affair, appointed by John Bryant, president, were: William Faucctte, decorations; Carl Stanley, refreshments, and Orvo Nikula, refreshments and hall. - Approximately 20 couples enjoyed the evening's dance. College Faculty Enjoys Bohemian Dinner. The 'atmosphere of old Bohemia was predominate at a "covered-dish" dinner last night given by a group of the Albany college faculty members at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Quirinus Brccn on Sixth and Montgomery streets. Guests were seated at the main dinner table in the dining room and five card tables scattered throughout the living rooms. Table centerpieces were attractive in their spring flower arrangements. Following the dinner hour, childhood pictures of the faculty members were flashed on a screen operated by Mrs. M. M. Stocker. The remainder of the evening was spent singing old song favorites. Guests present at the affair were: President and Mrs. Thomas W. Bibb, Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Howe Lee, Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Stocker, Professor and Mrs. T. W. Mundlc, Professor and Mrs. Daniel Freeman. Miss Alice Graham, Miss Dena Fromm, Professor and Mrs. Justin Miller, Miss Julia Mc-Auley, Dean Clarence Slocum, Miss Isabcllc McLcod, Professor Eugene Burns, Dr. A. A. Crooning, Professor G. Glenn Holmes, and the host and hostess, Dr. and Mrs. Breen. Miss Olliver To Install Rainbow Group. Last evening. Miss Mary Louise Olliver. grand Worthy advisor of the Oregon Assembly of Rainbow for Girls and her mother. Mrs. Victor Olliver. Albany, who is mother advisor of the local Assembly of Rainbow for Girls were in Newberg. where Miss Olliver ' made an official visit to the chap- ter. Tonight they will go to Hillsboro where a new assembly will be in-; stituted by Miss Olliver. Miss Jean Merrill, Worthy advisor of the Albany chapter will accompany Miss Olliver and her mother to Hillsboro and assist in the granting of a charter to the Hillsboro group, i Ekstrands Honored On Wedding Date. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ekstrand of j the Riverside community werej honored last Tuesday nirht. the j occasion being their thirtieth wed-1 ding anniversary. Their daughter. : Doris and son. Philip arranged the affair to honor their parents. j The evening was spent socially by 40 guests and Mr. and Mrs. : K.kstrand received many gifts and i flowers. ! At a late hour light refreshments 'were served. Junior Guild j Has Candy Saf) j fZhe Junior World WitA3uild Ulfjfhe First Baptist church held a 'meeting last Monday at the home !of Miss Judith Scverson. Fourth ! and Madiserf streets. It was plan-I ned to hold a candy sale at the ; Euster Pjaiwn Shoe store today. At the iwe of the mectins the hostess served light refreshments., lub of the Tallman community . (jivuivu uhu mi a. iiuiuvl' with a golden colored bedspread. They also received many other gifts. ' Guests, including friends and relatives, were present from Portland, Woodburn; Toledo and other valley towns enjoyed the occasion. ; . Charles South to Appear in Concert. On April 6, Charles South, eminent violinist, who is well known thrpughou( Linn county will be presented in recital at the First Presbyterian church; by the April grourj of the Women's Association of the Presbyterian church. Miss Olga Marie Jackson, pianist who has won many listeners with her understanding of the technique of great composers and her fiery interpretation will play two Chopin numbers and "will be assisting ar tist. Margaret Notz Stcinmctz, Portland, who is recognized as one of the best accompanists in the state will be Mr. South's accompanist. Mr. South has won international recognition for his remarkable playing. He is a descendant of several generations of musical forbears, and is the consummation of a family, of violin lovers. Where-cver he hos appeared the ablest critics huvq hailed him thus: "He has a violin tone of brown and gold and plays with a perfec tion of detail and depth of feeling which makes it a delight. He is a skilled musician, and puts into his presentations poetic concept of a cultured mind, a quality ' that is always present In all that he por-troys." Charles South, at the age of five, received his first Instructions in violin playing from his father and when he was six years old could play any melody from memory, almost at first hearing. He has had wide study abroad and many ' Albany pnople are awaiting the coming musical soiree with eager, anticipation, .'" Mrs. Dowd Presented Gift by Club. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Homer Dowd, at her home In Sunrise, was gracious hostess to the members of the Priscilla club. Spring flowers and greenery lent a spring atmosphere to the rooms. Mrs. D. E. Brunsklll, in a few well chosen words, presented Mrs. Dowd with n la,mp, a gift from the, club, as Mrs. Dowd, will move to Lebanon within the next few weeks. A contest whs staged by the hos tess during Ithe afternoon, with Mas. Wallace C. Eakin winning first prize. Bringing the aftcrnon to a close the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Brunsklll served a, luncheon to 17.. " Needlecraft Members At Thompson Home. Thursday at 1 o'clock, the members of the Needlecraft club gathered at the home of Mrs. J. H. Thompson for a lifiicheon. The luncheon tabic was attractive in Its decorations of jonquils and pink sweet peas. Places were marked for 13 members and one additional guest, Mrs. C. O. H. Anderson. After the luncheon, the remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. H. Porker Given Surprise. Mrs. Hiram Parker was the inspiration for a surprise purtv, March 18, the occasion being her birthday and the affair was held at her home in North Albany. Four tables of pinochle were in play during the evening. With Mrs. Parker being awurded u large bouquet of flowers ut the end of the evening's playing. At a late hour light refreshments were served. t Laurel Club Meets With Mrs. Blount. Wednesday evening Mrs. Anna Blount, was hostess to the mem bers of the Laurel club of the Royal Neighbors lodge, with spring flowers adding charm to the rooms of the Blount home. The evening was spent socially by 25 members and at a late hour the hostess served refreshments. She was assisted in serving by Mrs. Lou Cornett and Miss Lillian Bear. Gleaners Class Has Social Afternoon. Mrs. J. A. Lawrenson was hostess to the members of the Glean ers class of the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school, last Wednesday afternoon. Twenty-four members responded to roll call with reading or poems. Sev eral contests were staged during the afternoon. Spring flowers were used about the rooms as decorations, Mrs. Sam Fragcr and Mrs. E. Harold assisted the hostess in serving a delicious luncheon at the close of the afternoon. H. D. W. club Enjoys Dinniny Hospitality. The members of the H. D. W. club, gathered at the home of Mrs. H. C. Dinniny, Thursday afternoon of this week, with Mm. K A. Tate. an additional guest and ten club members enjoying the afternoon. ine atternoon was spent social- y and was drarai to a close by the i sisieu o.v nuss oeiaei, , ... iv,,h vi.i.i,iii.iii I piano solo, entitled "Black Hawk t wasgivenon 'the life of the 1 T x... T composer, Mozart by Sarah Louise Baker. Next month the club will study the life of the musician, Mendelssohn. Two new members were admitted to the club. Following the business meeting and program, a social hour was held.. Mrs. Thompson Given Shower Recently. Mrs. Clair Thompson, a recent bride, was the guest of honor, at a shower Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. C. Grocker, with Mrs. Harold Holloway and Mrs. Virgil Morss as joint hostesses. A contest was a feature of the social hour and at 4 o'clock the hostess, assisted by Lucene Thompson, served refreshments. Tlie guest list included: Mrs. Charles Crocker, Mrs. Charles Thompson, Mrs. Fred Case, Mrs. Percy Walker, Mrs. Beulah Tor-gesofi. Peggy Fritch, Alice Dixon, Lenna Lord, Esther Crocker, Mrs. Louise Babcoek, Mrs. Ida Burt, Mrs. Ruth Crocker, Mrs. Mablc Horton, Mrs. Viola Martinek, Mrs. Mable Voss, Mrs. Ruby Olsen, Mrs. I Vina Torgeson and the guest of i honor. 1 , IS. j kAf. in I yrb. nail Visit in Albany Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hall, Seattle, Wash., were houseguests of Dr. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mirs. C. C. Hall this week. The Halls were en route to Seattle from Palo Alto, Cal., where Dr. Hall had been employed as a member of the faculty at the Leland Stanford university in the department of economics. Dr. Hall was on leave of absence from the University of Washington md will resume his chair at the nniirnrHv Ihio tnrino At Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cooley, Albany, had as dinner guests yesterday, Mrs. Nellie Butler, Hickory, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Simpson and Mrs. Ed Cooley of Salem. Mrs. Butler is an old time friend of Mr. and Mrs. Cooley. Earl Fortmiller Giving Dpncing Pprty. One of the season's gayest affairs in which a group of the younger set of Albany will enjoy In .Pmitc Thrwl SPECIAL! SPECIAL!! While' 200 Pairs of Hose LAST ! ! ! Discontinued numbers of Kayser and Phoenix hose-from our rQular stock Lst and Uroadalbin SU. VALUES TO $1.25 c uM tn-s'" iviwui.-i.-in. xniuiiu wul . . lamed for John Jacob Astor; Mt. TrulOVeS Celebrate ' ' IJlood for Lord Hood of England, I - i , i, ' r .. P'orUand for Portland, Maine, andlOlden Wedding Date. .Albany, for Albany, New York, The Golden Wedding miniver Oregon pioneers. Astoria was jina ine name was given me cnyisary of Mr. and Mrs. Larkin ' hv fho Mnntintlie nni-tu ulnni.hpb I yof this section. II Mrs. Ralph Knotts then rend her paper on "Range Dwellers," centering her paper around the book y Ann Shannon Monroe entitled sVFcelin' Fine," which relates the Ifo of Bill Hanley, flic cattle king i"' o"i--jr luumjr. me siury oeius weaning cane oy mc community. vlth early day land barons of During Uie dinner several im-rtastern Oregonj cow boys, cat- promptu talks were given und lie thieves and other interesting those speaking were: F. A. Gall-glata of the early pioneer days ! egly, who is an old friend of the , acrpss the Cascada mountains. Trulovcs; having knuwii them in g Miss Evelyn Wqrlcy sang ' two 1 Illinois; Dr.. "J. C. Bo'pth of Lcb-' ft lour days were uuned shoulder of iamb, boned fresh pork butt, pork chops, and a flunk steak. The only waste was the small amount of bone in the pork chops since all three of the other cuts were boneless. There was enough of the roast lamb and the roast pork to be used us left-overs. The recipes for these dishes are given below: Mock Duck 1 flank steak. 1 teaspoon salt 1.h teaspoon pepper U teaspoon ginger 3 tablespons fat drippings 1 cup bread crumbs. 1 tablespoon grated onion 1 teapsoon chopped pa'.oley 1 slice boiled ham, chopped 1 pint boiling water. Wipe flank steak and season with salt, pepper, and ginger, if liked. Heat fat in frying pan. add broad crumbs and the rest of the ingredients, and spread evenly over the steak. Roll and sew the edges together with coarse thread. Place the "duck" in frying-pan or heavy kettle, with a little fat. Sprinkle well with flour, let brown add 1 pint boiling water, cover closely and let simmer about 2 hoi.; or until tender. It may be cooked in a. moderate oven (350 deg. K.. Remove strings and serve hut in its own sauce. Stuffed Cushion of Lamb Select a shoulder of lamb weighing 3 to 4 pounds. Have the bones and the feil removed at the market. Save the bones for making broth. Wipe the meat with a damp cloth. Sprinkle the inside of the pocket with salt ar.d pepper, pile stuffing in lightly, and sew the edges together. Hub salt, pepper and Hour over Ihe outside. It the shoulder has only a very thin fat covering, lay several slices of bacon over the top. Place the roast on a rack in an open pan without water. Sear for 30 minutes in a hot oven (480 deg. V.) If bacon is laid over the roast, shorten the time of searing so as to avoid ovcrbrowning. Reduce the temperature of the oven to 300 deg. ! F.. and cook at this temperature 'until tender, about 2' lo 3 hours. Pork Chops with Spinach Purchase six shoulder pork chops. Dredge with flour and season with salt and pepper. Scar both sides: reduce the heat and cook 30 minutes. Put a layer of hot cooked spinach in a cushtoIc and arrange the chops on top. Have ready l'a cups thin white sauce and just as you remove it from the fire, add 2 beaten egg yolks to it. Pour sauce over chops and spinach and sprinkle liberally witn grated cheese. Place in a hot oven or under broiler flame to brown the cheese. Roast Fresh Boston Butt Have the bone removed from a fresh Boston butt. Tins makes a nice small perk roast and is very economical. Wipe meat with a damp cloth. Place on a rack in an uncovered pan and put in a hot O'-en (4H0 deg. F.). Sear for 15 r.unutes or until nicely browned. Then reduce-i;e temperature to 300 deg. F !gfi continue cookin until the meat is tender. Allow 45 minutes for each pound plus the scanac period. SOCIA'- EVENTS FOR COMING WEEK PROTEIN NEEDED IN THE DIET; BEST NOW LOW IN COST "Right now, the highest quality protein food may be purchased for very little money." states the National Live Stock and Meat Board. The human body needs animal protein and at present prices, there are no cheaper sources than meal and eggs. In telling of her cNperienees ill shopping for meat, one home-maker reports that she bought enough meat for her family of five for lour days for less than two dollars. Although prices vary m different sections, this housewife's bargains are typical of what any shopper will find. 1 he meats purchased on these MATURE MODE W'j? iM'? V it'-? S.' .. . .. , i irtd The large formal silk print evening trtvi fit l..rt i.. . i ... . excellent " mmies for " mature fig. ui es. its jacket iJfTuice tliiin-. 'iuaiici Mceves. ml JI, the tables were made attractive with baskets of daffodils, and forsythia. Blue lighted tapers were also used on the tables. The officers and honored guests were seated at a largo table. The committee for the evening was comprised of Mr. and Mrs. Stowcll Dawson, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Olliver, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hough, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lackcv, Mrs. Amos Hicster, Mrs. W. H. Watson. Mrs. Charles Kirk, Miss Charlotte Allen, Mrs. Mabel Pcnland, Mrs. Rose Mc-Rcynolds, Miss Laura Chambers and Mrs. A. S. Blanchard. , Kensington Members At Leonard Home.- A no-hostess luncheon was en-joved by the members of the Kensington club. Friday afternoon of last week at the home of Mrs. Charles Leonard. Early spring flowers formed the room and table decorations. Fifteen members enjoyed the occasion. Merry Melodies Club At Augsburger Home. ' Tho Tvten v Melodies club met at the home of Mrs. W. R. Augs-.j burger 1114 bantiam niu. o'clock. Tuesday evening. The program for the evening included a solo by nonnn Lee Erb. "Oh Sus- No. 9 in a series written In the interests of milk consumers Milk Is A Bargain At 10c per quart (or 5c per lo.) milk is an economical food and should be used generously. Your child's health will gain more from a QUART OF MILK each day than from any substitute food. Whether you buy it from us. from some other dairy or through your grocer, milk is cheap insurance for vour family's health. USE SlORE MILK AND FEEL FIT. Be sure to read the story of milk suitation appearing o; p.' 4 of today's FIVE SIAii WEEKLY- All bilk coming into our plant passes the specifications mentioned in this article. Phone 660 iwo trucks to .serve v"fc Notice: AU social events for the Saturday Women's I'agr must be in the hands of the society editor not later than 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. Albany womrn are askrd to hand In items the day following soriul events, to prevent last minute rush. MONDAY; "Covered dish" dinner for all teachers, officers and personal workers st Christian church, 6:30 p. m. Pinochle card party, sponsored by Women of the Moose at Moose temple. Knights of Pythias lodge meeting, K. of P. halt. Second and Lyon street? . , TUESDAY: L. O. O. M., C p. m. at Moose Temple. Jane Osgood circle meeting, with "covered dish," at 6;30 p. m. This is to be the annual birthday supper. WEDNESDAY: ' Women's Foreign Missionary society of Methodist Kpiseopal church at the home of Miss Volena Smith, 820 W. Fourth street. 2:31) p. m. Missionary Society - of the First Christian church, at the church, 2.80 p. m.. Fourth and Broudulbin streets. Mizpah club at the home of Mrs. Barney Muller, of near Al-' bariy. "Covered dish" luncheon to be served at 1 p. m. Chi Sigma club will entertain members and guests, includ-. ing husbands of members at 6.30 o'clock "no hostess" dinner at the home bf Mr. ohd Mrs. H. Albro. 6:80 p. m. Nortlr Albany Thimble club at the home of Mrs. Fred H. Diun, at hitfh noon. "Covered dish" luncheon at noon. THURSDAY: . f O. U. O. club to mec, with meeting place to be announced latr. Degree, of Honor lodge meeting. K. of P. hall, Second and Ly.on streets, B p. m. Neoi Numphe club at the home of Mrs. Homer Dowd in Sunrise, 1 p. m.. "no hostess" luncheon at 1 p. m. ' i Troisieme. club at the home of Mrs. Walter W. Stuart, In. m. - Thursday Study club luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. L " Fitzpatrick,' i i8 W. Seventh street, with Mrs. Howard as joint hostess. FRlDAVi . . . ... Albany garden club, (lower show, Friday and Saturday at City Hail, Tcp to bst:rved during afternoon sessions. SATUHDAY7 ' - Modern Travelers club at 2:30 Sm. . ... .