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, r - - 0 - PAGE TWO THE -ALBANY D E M 0 C RAT- H ERALD,'. AiBANY, OREGON- SATURDAY, APRIL'4, 1936 LOCAL AND DISTRICT SOCIETY NEWS MUSIC' COMING EVENTS o CLUBS - LODGES . . PATTERNS a IANTHE SMITH, Editor ' Telephone 16 ULTRA SMART... 2 cups milk Wipe ham; remove outside edge ot tat. Put in casserole, and cover with potatoes. Pour milk over it, Mrs. John McChesney and Miss. Volena Smith, j Mrs. A. H. Gillette lea the de-yotional service, and. Mrs. A. Van : Leuven had charge of the lesson study. ; , ,. .; , i Mrs. R. L. .- Burkhart presented I the music and program. Mrs. Eva! Nichols who recently returned Fitzpatrick Home Opened To Thursday Club Members Mrs. W; L. Fitzpatrick p.nd Mrs. Thomas Howard wefe-joint hostesses on Thursday of this week, to the members of the Thursday Study club. Luncheoh was served Bt 1 o'cl6ck at the home of Mrs. Fitzpatrick. . A brief business sessien was held following the lun-' cheon and later an usually interesting program was given. Rev. Mortimer M, Stocked pastor of the First Presbyterian church spoke to the group, using current events as his topic under the head of "World Affairs in Urief." He mentioned the critical situation in Japan; told of the . Mrs. Robert Poifafc Given Shower at DessertBridge Wetlriesday 'evening of this week, Mrs. Robert Allen Pollak (noe Margaret Stevens) daughter of Mrs. Vera Stevens, was the Inspiration for a miscellaneous shower, given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Palmer on Elm 8treet, by their daughter, Mrs. Harry Eagles. At 8 o'clock the guestc fathered at ti.e Palmer home, where a dessert vdinnei' was enjoyed. The guests were seated at small tables centered with bouquets of sweet peas, of pastel shades and frezia. Following the. dinner four tables of bridge were enjoyed , with prizes going. to Mrs. M.- 1 social hour a contest was- stagvd Miss Bern ice Morton gave a short resume of her recent trip to Chicago the group listened to the Albany College radio broadcast presented by the men's quartet, over KOAC and the remainder ot the evening was spent in general conversation. ' ' .. Miss Betty Richardson and Miss Marie Hubble were general chairmen for the event. AJE ' i I fM-K - 'ii. i: important recent pact which? has been signed, between the - government of these United States and the Latin-American countries. He also spoke on various, phases of the Italo-Eth-iopian conflict and explained the situation and complications arising from the occupation of the Rhineland by Nazi troops.. An outline of the art of tapestry weaving was given by Mrs. Boyd Patterson in her paper upon "Tapestries, their Origin and History," in which she reviewed the "Tapestry Book" by Helen Churchill Candor. A social hour prevailed following the program, bringing the event to a close. Mrs. L. G. Lewelling was a complimented guest. P. N. G. Club Meets In I. O. O. F. Hall. Twenty - six -members -and guests enjoyed the evening at the regular meeting of the Past Noble Grand's club held in the I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening. A clever flower - contest was held with pansy plants being awarded as prizes to Mrs. Clara Lemon, Mrs. Ruth Curry and Mrs. Vclma Covey. . Plans were made for a card party to be held Wednesday evening April 8 in the dining room of the hall, with Mrs. Ruth Curry in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Sina Early of Ft. Collins, Colo., and Mrs. Nancy Ackland were invited guests. Refreshments' were served at the close of the meeting "VIA IT 5 I 1 1 ft . 1. i m. wooaworth, who won high score and Miss Barbara Eagles, who received the consola tion prize. Mrs. Eagles was assisted in serving . by Mrs. Palmer, and Mrs Loren Luper. Mrs. Pollak plans to leave Al- ; kaiy in, another week for San Francisco to join Mr. Pollak, who is attending the Leland Stanford university at Palo Alto, Cal. Mrs. Pollak, who is taking a leave of absence from her work in the clerical department of the local Montgomery Ward store will re main in 'California, the remainder Chi Sigma Club ! . Hcs No-Host Dinner. The members of the Chi Sigma club entertained their husbands at "no hostess'' dinner, Wcdncs- ooy evening at the home of Mr. antf Mrs. Harold , Albro, , with dinner being served at 7 o'clock. Covers were placed for 28 at charmingly appointed tables, with the approaching Eastertide as the decorative scheme. A social hour was enjoyed following the dinner and games were the main diversion pf the evening. Mrs. William Luther won the prize for women and Dan Bren-neman a prize for the men. The games were arranged by Mrs. Emrhett Konzelman. Miss Edna Warren Given Bridal Shower. i Edna Warren, who has been surgical nurse at the Albany gen eral nospital lor several years, was the guest of honor at a show er Thursday evening at the home ol Airs. Julia tgan, with Miss Amelia Zuhlsdorf and Miss Clara Pell, as assisting hostesses. Miss Warren has announced her marriage date to Everett Tcrhune of Raymond, Wn., formerly of bany, which is to be ait event of early spring. Decorations in keeping with the approaching Easter season were used about the rooms. The evening was spent informally and at a late hour the hostesses served a light luncheon. Among those present Were: Mrs. Warren, Mrs. Harold Fisher, Miss Margy Firchau, Mrs. B. R. Wallace, Mrs. J. B. Cade, Mrs. Echo Russell, Mrs. Allie Thompson, Mrs. Lloyd Wright, Mrs. Charles Wagner, Mrs. Charles Bcllmer, Miss Ruth Fandrick, Miss Violet Holter, Miss Elouise Patterson, Maude Reed, Mrs. Hnlden, Sexton, Mrs. Newton. Mrs. Walter Ayres, the guest of honor and Mrs, Kuan, Miss Zuhlsdorf and Miss Fell. College Sorority Gives Buffet Supper. Patronesses, mothers and friends of Phi Lambda Chi, Albany col lege sorority, were Honored with a buffet dinner at the home of Mrs. G nnnwi Wnn.n.. A II 1 with Mrs. Louise Cross, Mrs. Inez,"1"""- vogmui f"", Alexander and Mrs. Lela Reynolds as the committee. Fern Ingram Celebrates Birthday With Party A birthday party, honoring Fern Ingram was given by her No. 916 Anila Louise, featured in Wiirnei Bros, production "Anthonv Adverse' sets the hand-knitted hishions m Hollywood bv appealing M this ultra-smart two piece-' suit knitlcd ot nuuel creoc. 'Ihe smart Thos present were: Mrs. Q. Breen, Miss Betty Breen, Mrs. B. L. Brotherton, Mrs. Lawrence Edholm, Miss Dona Fromni, Mrs. Clarence Ingram, Mrs. Wallace Howe Lee, Mrs. Frank Schampier, Miss Margaret Asche, Miss Esther Flxscn, Miss Marie Hubble, Miss Mary Ingram. Miss Bernlece Morton, Miss Betty Richardson, Miss Mary Shut and Miss Katherine Schampier. M La Troisieme Members At Stuart Home. Thursday evening of this week. Mrs. Walter Stuart was hostess to the members of La Troisieme bridge club, with Misi C. H. Mur phy, as an additional uucst.. Ulnncr was served at 7 o clock and following the dinner the evening was spent in playing bridge. Three tables Were in play going to me evening with prizes going to Mrs. G. M. Junkin and Mrs. Loren Luper who won high prize and low prize respectively. ihe rooms of the Stuart home were decorated for the occasion with large bouquets of daffodils. Mrs. Bussord Has Bridge Club.,.' Mrs. Frank Bussard was hostess, Thursday night, to a contract bridge club of which she is a member, with Mrs. Harold Mer-ritt, a member, who left Friday for Seattle, Wash., to make her home, as an honored guest. Recently the club gave a going-away shower for Mrs. Merritt. Two tables of bridge were en- Joyed throughout the evening and at a late hour the hostess, assist ed by Miss Mary Dannnls, served retresnments. Mrs. Ilogcviill substituted for an absent member. O. D. 0. Members at D. W. Rich Home. Mrs. D. W. Rich extended the hospitality of her home Thursday to the members of the O. D. O. club with 12 members answering roll call. Mrs. Howard Rich Joined the club during the afternoon. A business meeting preceded the social hour, which was brought to a close by the serving of a "cov ered dish" luncheon. Mrs. William Muller was a complimented guest. The next meeting is to be held April 11 at the home of Mrs. H. W. Stratum, with two new members to be initiated. FOR COMING WEEK '"V cut of the jacket Is only tv of its many distinguishing notes.-Start at once to duplicate this elegant .suit. The working directions for this oullit will be sent to you at once upon receipt of a stamped self-addressed envelope to the Albany Democrat-Herald. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burl nn J Hnmp Srpnp nf Ingram, at their homo on West uowu nume ocene ui Tenth street, Monday evening.- NeOS Numphe Meetinq, It was Miss Ingram's eighth . J TI birthday. Decorations of spring Thursday afternoon Mrs. Homer flowers, bright . colored balloons, Powd ,w?s JlstesLs, to !he ,m5": and lighted candles were used'bers f the Neos Numphe club at about the rooms. - her home m Sunrise, with a 1 The diversions of the evening clock iunfhenu, be"?? served, were games and contests, and Seated about a table, attractive in bringing the evening to a close ! its decorations of - daffodils and a light luncheon was served. Each lighted candles, were 12 club mem-child was presented gifts which .: bers. Each '.guest was presented were found concealed beneath fn old iashioned nosegay by the the candle and cellophane center-. hostess. - , Kitchen Appetizers 'cover, and bake IVi to 2 hours in moderate oven. Hearts t Cmmie Hearts, either beef, pork or lamb, can be deliciously cooked in the casserole. Wash hearts, remove the veins and urterics. Make stuffing as follows: ... 1 cup stale bread crumbs : . 'A cup melted fat . Hi teaspoon paprika A few drops onion juice . Vi cup hot water Mix these ingredients and stuff heart with it. Sprinkle with salt, hot fat. Place in casserole. ' half pepper, and flour and brown in cover with boiling water, cover and bake slowly . until tender (about 2 hours). Thicken the liquid in the casserole with flour moistened with a small quantity of cold water. Season this gravy .with salt and paprika and serve in the casserole. ... Swedish Pork Chops Select 4 lean pork chops. Place in a deep baking dish and cover with fine dry bread crumbs. Wash but do not peel 2 good-sized cooking apples, cut in quarters and place on .top of the chops. Peel and quarter 2 small onions and arrange them also on the chops. Cover and b.ike in a moderate oven (375 degrees F.) about 45 minutes Gainish with parsely to seive Contract Club Elects New Members. Mrs. Claience Hurd opened her home to the members of the Junior Contract club members Tuesday for a business meeting. Three new members were elected as a part of the business meeting and at 4 o'clock' Mis. Hurd served tea to 11 members. The regular meeting of the club is to be held next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. John Summer, Jr., in Lebanon Dance Given by DeMolay Chapter. Following the public installation ceremonies, last Wednesday evening, the local chapter of DeMolay enjoyed a dance in the Masonic hall. Sixty couples enjoyed dancing until midnight. Presiding at the punch bowl were Mrs. M. J. Looney, Mrs. Rex Putnam and Mrs. C. E. Spence, all three members of the DeMolay Mothers' club. Mrs. Perfect Honored By Daughter. Mrs. Jed J. Looney of North Albany recently entertained at her home in honor of the birthday of her mother, Mrs. E. M. Perfect, at a luncheon. Spring flowers and place cards, suggestive of the Eastertide, made the luncheon table attractive. Places were marked for the following guests: Mrs. Alae Millhollcn, Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Mrs. Delia Skaar, Mrs: Jennie B. Gaff. Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips and the honored guest. Mrs. Henry Bryant assisted the hostess in serving. Mission Group Meets ' At Christian Church. The Missionary society of the Church of Christ met in the social room of the church, Wednesday afternoon for the April meeting. L,arge baskets of spring flowers were used about the rooms as decorations. Mrs. Roy Houser's group sponr sored the program. Mrs. C A. Horton. Mrs. Thomas Uailey, Mis. M. R. Thompson and Mrs. Newman of Eugene, were guests. lrs. Thompson brought the visitation message on the story of Missions. Mrs. Koepple led the der votionals, Mrs. Clinton Straney was presentation leader. A special number was given by Mrs. Bruce l'rickev and Mrs. Carl Newport. Mrs. Soderstrom gave an interest ing talk on Argentina. Mrs. Carl Newport spoke on Christianity rivals in Latin-America. Mrs. Lee Hurst gave an inter esting storv on China, concerning1 her daughters welfare as mis sionary worker that country. ! The serving of refreshments and a social houi closed the afternoon. Mrs. Skaar Hostess To Social Club. Tha "Just Pals" club met at the home of Mrs. Delia Skaar recently for the regular meeting of the club. l.lecn members, and one guest were present. The additional guest was Mrs. John Bryant. After the close of the social hour the hostess served a light lunch eon. Mrs. Abbie Bennett made the birthday cake. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. L. Grell. i Camp Fire Group Elects Officers. A The Odakanva erouo of CamD Fire girls met it tint Albany Pub-, ic Library. Wednesday. April I.' with election of officers featuring the meeting. Those elected xvire: i Miss Dorothy Banton, presuterJTV Miss Virginia Mornhinweg. vice'! president: Miss Mary Howells. secretary-treasurer and Miss Jeanne j Miller, scribe. The members planned to hold a I party. Wednesday. . April 8 at the I library. O ! Those present at the meeting' were: Miss Marie Hubbell. guardian; Miss Dorothy Banton. Miss-Virginia Mornhinwcg, Miss Phylis Hazelton. Miss Leona Lintield, ; Misvlary Lee Conrad, Miss Ellen ConfSd and Miss Jeanne Miller. from nn extended trip to Mexico gave a talk on her travels. At the close Of the afternoon tea was served from a tea table, cen tered with a low arrangement of daffodils and other spring flowers with yellow, 'candles also being used. Twenty-six members were pros ent. '.. Mission Circle Has Birthday Dinner. The Jane Osgood missionary circle of the Baptist church held a birthday dinner at the church, in honor of the founding of the circle several years ago. The circle was named for Mrs. W. B. Osgood, who with her husband were engaged in missionary work in India for several years, thev are now on furlough In Albany, ana will return to India next summer. Dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock and places were placed for 90' members of the church. A small fee was charged for the dinner, the proceeds to go toward buying a bicycle for Rev. Osgood to use in his mission work. More than $28 were realized from the dinner. Mrs. R. A. Talbott, acting as toastmistress presented the pro gram. Opening the program. Mrs Hazel Ewing sang a number and her number was followed bv i violin selection by Glenn Taylor miss toitn uilcnrist pluved sev eral piano numbers and four Albany college girls presented a short play "Moth Balls." At the close of the program, Mis Lincst Lovoly gave a well received lead ing. Heads of each department gave a talk following the progiam Mizpah Club Has Afternoon Session. A pleasant afternoon was spent by the members of the Mizpah club, when that group met Wednesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Barney Muller, with a social hour prevailing during the early afternoon hours. At 4 o'clock a '.'covered dish" dinner was served to six members and five guests. The guests were: Mrs. Roy Gentry, Mrs. Wesley Muller, Mrs. Lawrence Muller. Miss lienc Muller and Mr. Muller. Joint Meeting Held In K. of P. Hall. A joint meeting of Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sistcis was held last Friday evening in the Pythian hall at Second and Lon streets. A B:30 dinner was prepared and served by the Pythian sisters at tables made attractive with bouquets of spring flowers. Mrs. Martha McAlpin was chair man of the committee that assisted in the kitchen and did the serv ing with Mrs. Lucile Cuny, Mis Julia Dowling, Mis. Gwen Shannon, Mrs. Dora Evans, Mrs Katherine Senders. Mrs Selm.t Kelly and Miss Clara Dcmasihof- sky assisting. Following the dinner a program was presented bv the Knights with Otto Lance and C. C. Curry in charge Lively games wore engaged in and Ft auk Bryant gave readings and Rubin Roberts pleased the audience with clarinet solos. Rebekah Lodge Elects Delegates. At the regular meeting of Beulah Rebekah Lodge No 31 held in the I. O. O. F. h.ill l.iM evening, C. C. Bray was appointed chairman of the committee to prepare a program nppnipiiate foi the one hundred mid seventeenth anniversary ot the lndfiiendant Order of Odd Fellows. Parke P. Deans. Grand Sire or Richmond. Virginia, has issued an anniver sary proclamation asking all brunches of Odd Fellowship to have appropriate exercises on or as near the 2tilh day of April' as possible, to demonstrate their! appreciation or the power audi accomplishments 'of Odd Fellow- ship in-the World. At this time I the Theia Rho Girls clubs audi the local branches of the sub-1 ordinate lodges will be special guests of the Rebekahs. There I will be a covered dish luncheon after the progiam with Mrs. I Abtne Bennett in ' charge of arrangements. Mrs. Allie Long and Mrs'. Clara Lemon were elected to be dele-gales to the Rebekah Assembly to bo held in Roseburg, May 19. 20 and 21. Mrs. Ruth C'urrv and Mrs. Delia Hiatt will be alternates. Mrs. Gertrude McLeod was recommended as district deputy president for the coming vear. Mrs. Sina M. Early of Ft. Collins, Colorado, who visited her sister, Mr;g Nancy Ackland: Mrs. Bertha B. Wing of Portland, a visitor at the home of Mrs. Inez Campbell at 1306 East First St.. and Mrs. LaVerne Lake who has just come to Albany to make her home, were introduced and made pleasing remarks. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served in the banquet room at tables beautifully decorated with baskets of spring flowers, place cards and other decorations cas ing out Easter thoughts. Mrs. Velina Covey was chairman of the committee, assisted by Mrs. : Clara Kizer, Mrs. Ida Croissant, Mrs. Anna Earl, Mrs. Christine j Phillips. Mrs. Eva Nichols. Mrs. i Lillian Hiner. Mrs. Clara Swank i Mrs. Joanne Beard and Mrs. Frank 'Kizer and M. Fred Bergman. with Mrs. J. E. Warner and Mrs. A. J. Steele winning prizes. Late in the afternoon a lunch--eon was served with Mrs. Crocker and Mrs. Steele assisting the hostess in serving. The next meeting will be ltMd at the home of Mrs. L. E: Gilkey in Sunrise. ' '. Auxiliary Has Pleasant Meeting. i The United Spanish War Vet-' erans' "Auxiliary held its regular meeting in the Memorial: hull, Saturday evening of last week. An interesting business and social hour was held and bringing the evening to a close refreshments were served by Mrs. Urbin and Mrs. LaMarr of Corvallis and Mrs. A. M.Butts, Albany. Kenneth Roberts ' Has Birthday Party. Kenneth Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Roberts, celebrated his birthday last Monday evening with a party at the home of his parents on Washington street. The evening was spent, by the future beaux and belles of Albany, in games and contests and bringing the evening to a close Mrs. Roberts served refreshments. Favors in keeping with Easter were presented to each guest. The guest list included Misses: Marjorie Anderson, Markie Wea- 'rford. Patsy Stuart, JerreLee man, Jean Arbuthnot and Phyllis Hazelton. Richard Austin Miller, Bob Swanson, Bob Ralston, Norman Obertson, Jack Lemon, Richard Wicks, Roy Eastburn, Bob Mickel-snn. Bill Mickelson and Rov Nedrv and the guest of honor. ternoon hours were spent informally. A contest was held with Mrs. Pearl Hector winning the prize. - - The committee in charge of the affair was comprised by Mirs. C. E. Spence, Mrs. Alvin Carnegie, Mrs. Rollin Hackleman and Mrs. Dowd. No. 10 In a series written in the interests of milk consumers. THE MAYO CLINIC Speaks on ' Pasteurized Milk "I can prove by the records . that pasteurization will and does make milk safe." Dr. Charles H. Mayo. No epidemic has ever been traced to PASTEURIZED MILK! Use it in your home and for unexcelled quality, choose SNOW PEAK PASTEURIZED SULK. Phone 660 Two Trucks To " Serve toa S7.44 S5.(lt o $4.00 . '."' S4.00 Q' V s.voo I! i i .it i H ''I 1 Ik .4 1 i t i ' ' a ' f i M a i - in h k ' I I Ik i'W y- appeared to suppiv tne blood with something that had been lucking. But the medern housewife of to-riav knows that these bodv deficiencies may be supplied almost entirely through an adequate diet. In planning the menus for these early spring days one must watch particularly to sec that the diet offers liberal amounts or minerals and vitamins. These elements so essential to the development and health of an individual protect against colds and other infections, promote growth and are largely responsible for the glowing heullhv color seen occasionally -but too often merely coveted. These important elcmeius are generously supplied in anv of the daily products in cream, milk or butler, or in nnv ol the colorful funis and vegetables. And if your physician advises it you can increase the vitamin content ot your meals bv serving irradiated milk tind irradiated cereals or bread. Vitamins are important il you intend to keep well and wish to ward oft a-bad attack .of spring fever. Let us suggest an attractive spring menu. Tomato Juice . . Caput Ring with Cheese Sauce Head Lettuce t rench Dressing Ice t iviim W aid's : : Milk to Drink : ! Tins Carrot Ring is crammed jtull ol minerals and vitamins and j might easily serve ;.s a healtlmil and welcome '"spring tonic for ' vinw family. ( arret King . c. cooked canola. grated cius. wi'll bi'.itcn c. wlnile milk tsp sncar tltsp ijiilter 1 1 's - l-j t;p salt Melt the butter m a ring mold and rub u -well up on the sides. Mix the other ingredients together and turn into buttered mold. Bake in slow in-en. .100 . degrees.- for alwmt Ju minutes. Serve on a hot platter and fill the .c-'iitcr with green peas. SerO- with chec-e same. CASSEROLE A FRIEND ; TO BUSY HOUSEWIFE TlnQ.isiost dish in tl'.e modern ihome. according to the observa-; tions if he S. Willson. home : economist, is llie casserole dish. Especially is this true in the spring '-of the year when there are a thousand calls for every moment of I the housewife's time. 1 1? A special feature of the cve-jW. F. M. S. Meets nlng was the surprise celebration i -l,.l MJ-rJ.':' of the birthday of Miss Katherine ,n -nurch Wednesday. Schampier, one of the sorority An interesting meeting was held members. Her birthday was April Wednesday afternoon by the Worn-2. She was first presented with Inn's Foreign Missionary society or an April Fool cake, and then with I the First Methodist Episcopal a real cake. j church, when the group met In The table was tastefully ren- i the social hall of the church. Hos-tered with a charming bouquet ofjtcsses for the afternoon wen- Mrs. daffodils. I Jennie Deal. Mrs. L. E. Gilkey, piece. Favors bespeaking the approaching Eastertide were also used on the tables. Among those bidden were: Jean Gray, Lavonno Fisher, Joan McVey, Elinorc Williamson, Julia Hickman, Charlotte and Rodney Pease. Mrs. Forr Hostess To S. S. S. Group. Last Friday afternoon the S.S.S. club of Sunrise was entertained at the home of Mrs. Emma Fair. with Mrs. Emily Crocker as a complimented guest. During the Make Woodwork's Your Headquarters for Spring Camera Needs! Films lor all size cameras al low popular prices. Film Developing in at 9 a.m. out at 5 p.m. . CAMERAS Eastman Kodaks 89c and up Others 39c and up W00DW0RTH ' nitre, store - Truman Robnett Phone Kenneth Cross 25 AYAKI) OI K SI-KING FKVKU Tms is the tune oi vear when our grandmothers aimed to the standard spring tonic of their day "sulphur and molasses" and rclcnilcsslv forced daily doses upon their families. They firmly believed that sulphur and molasses would rut the blood of impuritios and thus -overcome---this sluggish feeling we al laic coming to recognize as spring fever." It seems that the popularity of sulphur ami molasses was due to the tact that it really did rcin-loicc the blood to some extent. It CHAMPION MODEL lU ' ... t'AJ v I t 4 - it w ?fc8 SOCIAL EVENTS Notice: All social events for the Saturday Women's Page must be In the hands of thr society editor not later than i o'clock Friday afternoon. Albany women are asked to hand in Items the day following sooial events, to prevent last minute rush. MONDAY: - . Neighbors of Woodcraft nucting. 8 p. m., McDowell Building. Women of Moose Pinochle Party, 8 p. m., Moose Temple. Prof. Charles South to be presented in violin concert at 8 p. m., First Presbyterian church. Miss Olga Jackson assisting artist. TUESDAY: Alpha Temple No. 1 Pythian Sisters, meeting 8 p. m., K of P. hall. Second and Lyon streets. Weslpyah Guild of First Methodist Episcopal church. Tuesday. 7:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Glenn Dull, 1236 Cottagt street. . . v Loyal Order of Moose, 8 p. m at Moose temple. Ladies of the O. A. R. special meeting 1 o'clock in Memorial ... hall. The regular meeting of the local circle Is to follow . at 2 p. m. Junior Contract club. Tuesday nflernidn. at the home or Mrs. John Summers, Lebanon. , Acme Bridge club, 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs , C. II. Wieder. WEDNESDAY: H.-rmnr.y club al the home of Mrs. F. Hockspier. 2:30 p. in. Pythian Sister's weekly Card party, 8 p. m.. K. of P. hall See nd and Lyon streets. W'-m-n'c Hrmi Missionary society of the First Methodist Epircopnl church at the home of Mrs. Charles Bear, 735 W Sixth rtreet. ? "0 p. m Westway club at the heme of Mrs. M. McAlpin, Third and Paker ftrects. THURSDAY: . - Bumllai chapter. Order of Eastern Star will entertain Eastern Star members of this district in honor of the . vkitnlion or the Grand Worthy Matron Mrs. Inez Glazier, Coouille. The meeting Is to epen at 7:30 p. m. , Needlecraft club .2:30 p. m. at the home of Mm. William T. Cook. , . Pnscilla club at the home of Mrs. C. H. Murphy, 2:30 p. in. FRIDAY5 W C'Ub nu'ctme w'"1 Ml"' M' McA1Pm- 2 30 p. m. Women of the Moose meeting in Moose temple, 8 p. m. Twentieth Century club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. C. H. Burggraf, 329 Ellsworth street, 2:30 p. m. MAKE YOUR EASTER WAVE THIS YEAR A FREDERICS VITA-TONIC OR VITRON PERMANENT WAVES. Frederics Vita Tonic (spiral .. Frederics Vitron (Croquiunolei OTHER PERMANENT -Nestle. Hvperoil. . Duart f . ) Bunion V Curly Top ForKiddies . ZM Marlon Arnold. EvrtWP Crouch. Belty Ilughson and Lorene Runton are the operators on our taff BUNTON BEAUTY 5HOP Rooms 3. t. 5 and 6 Venetian Theater Buildinc. Phon 13K-J I Here are some suggestions for Sonja Henie. beautiful skating ! cassci ole dishes which are cco-champion. nvdels a Chanel crtni- nomicol of both time and money, tion of pale blue lace and tulle. I (p 1'a-wrroir of Ham perfect for herJlonde beauty and '-v c) s''cc nl,m 2 inches thick one of the sifin'i most pleasing I 'a cups potatoes, pared and styles. . . I thinly sliced

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