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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1936 ibii LOCAL AND DISTRICT " "SOCIETY NEWS, T'-MuSlC COMING EVENTS CLUBS - LODGES ' '' PATTERNS ' a a IANTHE SMITH, Editor Telephone 16 PAGE TWO : jr: j Multi-Colored tunic has style. . BaxziUai Chapter Holds ' ' ' - ' rSSIC1 Dresenee of 45 friends and r presence of 45 friends and 1 Mf tabiesponos sour mllfe 1 teaspoon lemon juice ' . . ' 4 -teaspoon- soda - - l'i teaspoon baking powder Vt teaspoon salt 3 large bananas . 2 cups flour 1 cuaj coarsely chopped nuts. Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs, bananas, (put through sieve) and liquid ingredients. Add nuts and sifted dry ingredients. Blend Legion Auxiliary to Give Annual Spring Card Party -Orje of the. niost interesting social events scheduled for this spring is the American Legion Auxiliary alfnual card party to be staged. April 24 at 8 o'clock at the Memorial hall, with the public invited. The-proceeds will be; used for work in the Girl Scout troops,, which the local auxiliary sponsors. 't I (""'' A program will be given during'the evening and at the close of the event a light luncheon will 'be served. ' ',' . Mrs: E. C. Fisher, Mrs, Rex Putnam and Mrs. Carl Con-net will act as hostesses for the affair. .. ,i .' 4 District Meeting Ihursday A lode meeting: in which many men and women of this .pSrof the.'Willartiettd Tilley vvfere' interested, was the l.inoetinB- Thursday night in the Masonic temple of Bar- ziyaifcpptejj of-tjie der;of Eastern Star,. which acted !;'as joint hostess With Lebanon at a district meeting to a number of, lodges of the" Valley. Mrs. Inez Glassier, Co-quille, w.orthy grand pia'tron made an official visit to the jVarious chapters represented. tV-- ulrs'E.'C. Fisher;' v6rthy inatron of the local dha'pter had charge of the' opening 'ceremonies,' the escort dbty i. ", 1 yy-r '" It ' I V'k:a;si , --ri V , Fortrhillers Give 1 collections in the world. Health Is the hobby of some folks, she said and still some people have a hobby of gaining wealth. During the business meeting Mrs. L. Gatchell of Lebanon was taken in as a new member. Mrs. P. Nash was also taken into the club, Saturday. On April 18 the club will enjoy its annual guest day at the Hotel Albany. The following committee For a flaring tunic, worn with black crepe' skirt, Lelong features a design of many bright colors on a black ground. The edge of the urine design is cut out ut top and bottom of the tunic and appliqued on black crepe matching the skirt. Kitch en Appetizers "anct . balloting and' closing.? Loren Luper, worthy patron of f Har2iIIar chapter presided during the flag cerfcrnony and good of the order. '- ' I'l'Mrsi Elriathan Lowe, Lebanon. worthy matron of Marguerite . chapter and Frank Groves, worthy natron from Lebanon, conferred " the degrees ' during the initiatory work. The candidates were Mrs Vada Whetstone and Ronald Gil sonLebanon: - .'"' Mrs. E. A. Lowe, Lebanon, sang during the conferring of the degrees. ;-') I . Sealed in the east . during- the . lodge meeting were Rex W. Davis, i past grand patron, and. Milton L. i. Myers, past grand patron, both .;bf Chadwick chapter: Mrs. Mar- .' garet Mars, Jefferson, grand rep- resentallve of Manitoba; Mrs. Castner, Portland; Mrs. Vera Bar-ridk, worthy matron,. Chadwick 3 (hapter, in Salem; Mrs, Anna -Cos by, Corvallis, worthy, matron of 0 t. Mary s chapter; Mrs. Anna .. Bartu, worthy matron of Euclid t chapter, Jefferson; Mrs. Gertrude Shoemate, worthy matron of Willamette chapter., at Shedd; Mr. ' parby, worthy patron, Chadwick "chapter, Salem; Mr. Bartu, worthy patron, Euclid chapter,. Jet-" ferson and Mr. Mcjntoshj worthy f patron of Corvallis. . , Mrs. L. G. Lewelling and floral staff made an impressive tribute J to Easter and also in the pre- Sentation of a sterling gift to Mrs. Glazier. Gardenias, made into o shoulder spray were presented to Mrs.- Glazier and Mrs. Mars, and pastel shaded shoulder bouquets to worthy matrons and boutonnieres to the visiting worthy patrons. - Mrs. Ruby Freeman sang two numbers during the program with . Mrs. J. Fred Braly as accompanist.- . : . i Following the lodge session those present repaired to the so-r cial rooms and - banquet room, where light refreshments . wore served. . - , , . L - .Decorations for the lodge audi-Torium were loaned by the Hull Floral company and consisted of t-calla lilies and other cut flowers. ,v Mrs. Z. E. Merrill and Mrs. Fred j.Forster arranged the flowers. ; I.i iho dining room the officers j and grand chapter guests wore 'seated at a table attractive in its j decorations o( Easter lilies, white (eandles in silver candlesticks ' adorned the lace cloth. ! Refreshments were served to . 175.' Eastern Star members were present from Oregon City, Salem, Jefferson, Scio, and Corvallis. On the luncheon-' committee j.wero: Mr. and Mru. Claude Mur- phy, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hollo-,way,- Dr. and Mrs. J.. C. Gray, Mrs. Spth Thomas French, Miss Dena Fromm, Mrs. James Jenks, 'jMrs. Ida Veal, Mrs. Hulh Wicks, Mrs. Effie Whipple, Mrs. Eurl Horning. Dr. Harold Albro and Mrs. Elizabeth Ackermari. a - , Dancing Party. '""' ': . Dr, and Mrs, G..E. Fortmiller entertained a group of their friends at a' dancing party at their home on West Seventh street last Saturday 'evoning. Following an evening spent in .dancing a light luncheon was served. Among' the out-of-town guests present were! Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Snook, Mr. and Mrs. Ted: Young, Mr. and Mrs.- Virgil Muckler, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. George aenwarz, Salem; Mrs. Wcbley Edwards, Honolulu; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rusher, - Lebanon and -Mr. Robinson, Eugene. ' : 1 - i Mqnzanita Circle : Has Anniversary Party. Forty-four members of Mun-zahita circle, Neighbors of Woodcraft enjoyed a very interesting meeting, program and "covered dish'' last Monday night, in the lodge rooms in , the, , McDowell Building. ' ' " ' Numbers on the i program were given by Miss Helen Koos,- saxophone, with Miss Chloris' Alexr ander, accompanist; Lauren Kar-stens, trombone solo, with Miss Alexander at the piano; Mrs. Cunningham, reading; Jackie ' Stiles, violin solo with Ethel Frazor at the piano; Mrs. Anna Lake, paper on Woodcraft; Miss Carol Chance, reading; a play "In the Hat Shop" group of members ' and Miss uoroiliy Karstens, reading. Monday's meeting was in ob servance of the founding of the organization 89 years' ago. ' Members -of the committee In charge of the program were: Mrs. Clara Swank,.' Mrs. Lola Junkin, Mrs. Dorothy Karstcnsand Mrs. F. VOSS. V -I . ! , : Missionary Society Meets Wednesday Afternoon. On Wednesday ; afternoon the Women's Home1 Missionary society of the First Methodist Episcopal church mot. . at the home of Mrs. Onirics Bear, with Mrs. C. G. Cowles leading the devolions and Mrs. George Buhl in charge of the lesson. , .. ,,. i Mrs. . G. T. Hockcnsmith , had charge of the luntun offering and candle lighting service. - .' , 1 E.V nicuous guvv a- oriel talk on her recent trip to Mexico. at the close of, tlie program. wringing Me afternoon to a close Mr. Bear, assisted by henmother, Mrs-. , Cogslioll served teu to . 23 women of the church. -. ; Silva-Wilson Wedding 1 Event of Saturday. ' "Last Saturday ''night at 8 o'clock, April 4, 'at the United Prcbyterlan parsonage, Miss Mury ilson Pass the rela tives. The Rev. J. Boyd Patterson read the service. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Maragaret Acheson sang, "I Love You Truly," and the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin was played by Miss Margaret Yates as the bridal party entered the living room ' at the manse. The vows were repeated as the bridal couple stood ibefore the fireplace,' which was banked with narcissi and Easter lilies and lighted candles. The bride word a floor-length white1 taffeta dress. 'Her veil was in Cap effect and had a slight train. Hc'r 'bouquet was -of Talisman' rose buds. '- ' Mrs.' Joseph puchaine: was matron of honoi1 and ' Wore a long blue dress, and she wore a cor-sags of pink sweet peas. Dunne1 Brown Was best man. Immediately following the ceremony' an jriformai reception was held. Mrs. Marvin Kimmel poured and Miss Margaret Acheson served the bride's cake. Miss Ruth Bcight, Mtss Esther Beiglit, Miss Isabeile Ackerman and Miss Barbara Ackerman served. Miss Agnes Murtz was in charge of the guest book. Among those from out-of-town were: Mr. ' and Mrs. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Joesph Duchaine, Portland; Willard Bear, Newport; Mrs. William Acheson, and Miss Margaret Acheson, Corvallis; Miss Margaret Yates, Alsea; Miss Fern O'Dell,- Portland; Miss Agnes Mart., Eugene. Mrs. Silva attended Albany college and also tlie University - of Oregon and Mr. Silva was graduated from Albany college in 1934. . , , m , p . -, Jimmie Doerfler Has Birthday Party. Jimmie Doerfler, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Doerfler celebrated his fourth birthday, Thurs-1 day with a party at the home of his parents on iiroadway street. The afternoon was spent in games and contests. Mrs. Doerfler assisted by her duughter, Virginia, served refreshments. Favors in keeping with Easter were presented to each guest. Tho guest list included: Charm- alron Hood, Therssa Birchfield, Joan Lennard, Keith and Buddy Holmes. David Hobbs: Jackie Whithcrite, Bun Doerfler and the host. The children's mothers were also guests. Braly Home Opened To "Covered Dish" Club. Frlriny evening of last week Mr. and Mis. J. Fred Braly were host ana nostess to-the members or a "covered dish" club of which they are members. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock and at 9 o'clock bridge was enjoyed. Seven tables were in play during the evening and prizes were awarded to Mrs. G. A. Flood and Howard Jenks, who won high prizes for the guests and for the club members Mis. Frank Pate and Walton H. Worrell were high and Mrs. C. H. Murphy and Frank Hall were low. . Contract Club Journeys Ta Lebanon. Tuesday afternoon of this week, a pleasant afternoon was spent by the members of tlie Junior Contract club, who motored to Lebanon, where they were the guests of Mrs. John Summers jr. Two tables of contract bridge were made up with honors going to Mrs. Anna MmH and Mi's. Lorcn Srhroedel. Lnlu in the afternoon- the hostess served a light luncheon. Wieder Home Opened To Acme Club. ' Members of the Acme bridge club gathered nt the home of Mrs. C. H. Wieder Tuesday for a 1 o'clock luncheon.- Covers were marked for 12 and Mrs. William Barrett and Mrs. W. H. Davis were substitutes for absent members. Tlie afternoon hours were whiled away in playing bridge, with Mrs. Victor Olliver winning the club prize and Mrs. Davis the guest prize. - . Albany People Attend Wedding in Salem.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Earnest and son. J. B. Earnest and his wife and children. Dona Gene and Nancy Lee, attended the wedding nf Mr. and Mrs. Earnest's granddaughter in Salem, last Saturday evening. Their granddaughter and niece, Miss Mary Catherine Wine gar was married to Lyle Smith of Portland. The bride wore her mother's wedding dress of white satin and her mother's wedding veil. She carried n bouquet of while and pink roses and carnations. Little Naney Earnest acted as flower girl. The Rev. Darnyels of the Christian chruch of Salem officiated. At the close of the ceremony a reception was enjoyed and was attended by 50 guests. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wlnegar. Harmony Club Enjoys Session Fourteen members .and two guestx enjoyed the mciTing of the Harmony club Wcdnrsday after noon at the home of Mrs. Fred Hocktpicf. Mrs. Wilmer Long and Freddie Hockspier were the guests. A business and social hour prevailed until 4 o'clock and the afternoon was drawn to a close by a "covered dish" luncheon. The next- meetini of the club will be with Mrs. Peter Poulus in May," . I thoroughly, and bake 45 minutes in moderate oven (350 deg. F.). SPRING FASHIONS IN WALLPAPER ' The' hew wallpapers for spring use present' a greater wealth of pattern and variety of color combinations than ever, before. In fact," no' matter -'what atmosphere cne wishes to create in an interior, it is easy today to find an appropriate design in the exact colors desired, no matter how particular you are. Eighteenth Century English designs, especially those whose mo-tits show a Chinese influence, are definitely gaining in popularity. Early ' American, French Provincial, Modern, Louis XIV and XV patterns these last particularly in florals are in active demand in the order listed,. Patterns are clear cut and drawn simply. Dark backgrounds r are still popular especially in the metropolitan centers, but the tones are brighter than those- used a year ago. Pale grounds and subtle combinations of soft, light off-shades used with darker accents are gaining favor rapidly. ' '. ' Gray is the high style color of the moment. Everybody should have at least one gray room, and all shades of blue are popular as well as green, brown, peach and a shade called dusky pink. Since, in addition to their great decorative value, wallpapers offer so much from a practical angle being waslmbltf and Ught-tcstcd, at sucb modest cost the paper-hangers are'bound to be busy this season. . Miss Brqy Hostess ' At Dinner Wednesday. Wednesday evening a no-hostess dinner was served at the home of Miss Lela Bray, Calapooia street, to honor Mrs. Robert Pollak and Mrs. Paul Oehsner. Mrs. Pollak left Albany Thursday for San Francisco to visit her husband and Mrs. Oehsner left with Mr. Oehsner Friday for Chicago, where they will make their home. Mrs. Pollak and Mrs. Oehsner were each presented a goingaway gift by those present. ' Following dinner three tables of bridge were enjoyed.' Las Amigos Club Has Hotel Luncheon. A pleasing social event of the past week was the luncheon for the Las Amigas club members at the Hotel Albany with Mrs. Lucile Burnett, Mrs. Kenneth Bloom and Mrs. V. B.'Kenworthy as hostesses. Sixteen members were seated about a large table which was decorated with two bowls of daffodils, with eight yellow candles adding to the attractiveness of the scene. An informal social hour was spent in the hotel parlors following the luncheon. D. U. V. Tent Hos Inspection Meeting. Ida McKinley Tent, No. 17, of the Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil war met in the Memorial hall Tuesday evening with Mrs. Esther Bier, Eugene, senior vice-president of the department of rcgon, making an official visit to the tent. At 7 o'clock dinner was served and decorations in keeping with Easter were used. Yellow spring flowers and candy rabbits were used on the tables. During the dinner talks were given by Mrs.-. Bier, Mrs. Chapman, department secretary, and Miss Anna Sexauer, department guard. Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. Grace Conn. Mrs. Florence Small, and Mrs. May Roth of Eugene. . Mrs. Bier was presented a gift, and a gift was also sent to Mrs. Mary Furber, department president, who was unable to be here. A social hour was enjoyed at the close of the dinner. Burggraf Home Scene Of 20th Century Meet. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. C. H. Burggraf extended the hospitality of her home to tlie members of the Twentieth Century book club. The afternoon was spent socially, with a background of Easter being car-, ried throughout the contests and : games. Mrs. C. E. Williamson and Mrs. i P. T. Ployhart sang several duets j during the afternoon. Bringing the afternoon to a close the hostess served a light lunch-con. I Fifteen club members and the following guests enjoyed the at-1 ternoon: Mrs. Williamson. Mrs. i Ployhart. Mrs. William Hoflich, ! Mrs. Fjank Taylor. Mrs. C. E. 1 Spenee and Mrs. George William Wright. i Cut spring flowers and Easter liliiii. were used about the rooms decorations. ! NSfcctecraft Meets With Mrs. Cook. Friday afternoon Mrs. William CooV was a gracious hostess to the members of tlie Necdlecraft club. The afternoon was spent in a business and social hour and at 4 (fku Turo to !' Tkn) Other committees will bes comprised of the following: MrS. Z. E. Merrill, chairman; Mrs. "Walter : Stuart, Mrs.' Spencer Long, Mrs.1 Edwin Fort-miller, Mrs.. Roy Kinsey, Mrs! B. L. Broltierton, Mrs. Jay Palmer, Mrs. R. W. Dill, Mrs.' J. B. Cashin, Mrs.' Joe Neeley, Mrs. Harry Mik-kleson, tables, -i-v Mrs. George McBride, chairman; Mrs. Raymond ' Tomlinson, Mrs, T,iL" i." o ning, Mrs. Charles Olvis, Mrs. J. . . . , una. wm"" .-..via, ....... W. Lytle, Mrs. Walter Smelzer, Mrs. Paul Dawson, Mrs. ti. J. Dickson, Mrs. G. T. Shrader, Mrs. Sidnev Miller. Mrs. Lee Doerfler, mis. roiiest wiiihu, . T. . r i it i. i : , Mornhinweg, Mrs. J. P. Alexander and Mrs. George Parker, refresh- ments. Mrs. Gleeda Spoor, chairman; Mrs. Loren Wilson, Mrs. William Bacon, Mrs. Ruth Wicks, Mrs. Ralph Banton, Mrs. Kalpn uoie- man, Mrs. Robert Seipp, Mrs. Elmer Lowe and Mrs. W. J. Mand-ley serving. Mrs. R. A. Talbott, chairman and Mrs. Hazel Ewing, program. Mi's. Wallace C. Eakin, chairman and ' Miss ' Mable Keebler, publicity. Mrs. E. B. Williamson, chairman, Mrs. C. R. Ashton, Mrs. Ralph L. Roberts, Mrs. G. F. Reid, Mrs. Edmund Barrett, Mrs. Frank Ackerman and Mrs. L. P. Scharf-fenberg, decorations. Mrs. Justin Miller, chairman; Mrs. M. F. Barriek, Miss Christine Pipe, Miss Dena Fromm, tickets. Members of the executive "com- mittee of the auxiliary met Tues day night at the home of Mrs. G. Glenn Holmes and at mat ume, ill was voted to have the card party, j At 7:30 o'clock a dessert dinner was served and places were mark- ed for: Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. William! Bacon, Mrs. Elmer Williamson, Mrs. Loren Wilson, Mrs. Carl Con- net, Mrs. Edwin Fortmiller. Mrs. Robert Seipp, Mrs. Arthur Talbott, Mrs. Justin Miller, Mrs. Wallace Eakin and Mrs. Alton B. Coatcs. Modern Travelers Hear Papers. Members of the Modern Travels elbu were entertained last Saturday afternoon at Hie home of Mrs. Quirinus Breen, with Mrs. L. H. Howells as hostess. Twenty-one members answered roll call. Miss Lettie Pratt gave an Easter Prologue. For the first paper of the afternoon, Mrs. G. Porter introduced Miss Stella Dorgan, who substituted for Mrs. Porter's number on the program. Miss Dorgan presented her paper on "Evolution of Household Appliances, the Early Days and Now." She stated that at first wooden dishes were used by people many years ago, then china dishes were the vogue and at the present fine glass ware of crystal or pastel shades is used. She spoke of the spinning wheel, telephone, sewing and cooking and refrigeration now compared to even a half a century ago. Miss Dorgan also made a dislay of irons, the earliest of which dated back to the year 1600. . Miss Lenore Powell read tlie Easter hymn, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," with Mrs. R. L. Burkhart playing a musical background for the reading. Mrs. V. L. Calavan presented her paper on "What's Your Hobby," and spoke of many people's hobbies, which included, hiking, gardening, knitting, a study of the fine arts. Many people enjoy stamp collecting, Mrs. Calavan said, and that the late King George of Eng-land had one of the finest stamp So. 11 in a series written in the Interests of milk consumers The Growth and - Importance of Pasteurization Is vividly portrayed in "The Story of , Louia Pasteur" Now playinr at the Venetian Theater! We suggest that you see this picture! For greatest health protection, use Snow Peak Pasteurized Milk at your home. . I was named to have charge of the rioMirnlinnG- Mice Zplm Rlirlfhnr .. Ti-.i-u itn ai: EST.. Graham and Miss Flo Nuttinc. At the close of the afternoon a luncheon was served, with -suggestion of the approaching Easter 6. , ' J : ,h mon "j - - Girl ScOUtS to (lia Twn Tpri . -J " ' " ' ," . On Monday and Tuesday after-r v ure uranvcn of Troops One and Two .of the Girl Scouts, will give a tea each, day in the Girl Scout cabin near Albany - college to honor ' their mothers. Monday Troop No. 2 will give a tea from 3:30 until 5 o'clock, under the direction of Mrs. Dennis Merrill, who is leader of this- group. Hostesses for the occasion will be: Mrs. Seth T. French, Mrs. Edwin Fortmiller, Mrs. George McClellan, Mrs. Allen Stellmacher, Mrs. Elmer Williamson. Tuesday's tea will be given -by Troop One, which is headed, by Mrs. Kenneth Bloom, advisor. The following will act as hostesses: Mrs. Robert Quigley, Mrs. C, E. Fisher, Mrs. Willard L. Marks, Mrs. Lee Doerfler and Mrs. Har- old Fisher. .,-. Missionary Circle 1'" ' 7...-.-I ju - - ' v -' At Willard Home, Tne M Pimentel missionary circie of the First Christian church met at..the nome of ms Everett Willard Wednesday evening, with 21 members present. Miss Frances Struckmeier had charge of the business meeting and Miss Margaret Benton the debates: Hay Marsh gave a solo during the eve ning and later Miss Viola Struckmeier led a discussion topic. Miss Dorothy Sanders gave a "talk- "on work planned by Mr. and-Mrs. Franklin Smith in Alaska this coming summer and Mrs. Lee Hurst told of experiences of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Phillips, formerly of Albany, now missionaries in China. At the close of the evening, light refreshments were served by Miss Frances McKechnie'S' group.'. ' Alpha Temple Plans For Convention; Tuesday evening of this week Alpha Temple No. 1 of the Pythian Sisters held an Interesting meeting in the K. of P. halL Initiation was a feature of the temple session, with Mrs. Walker being initiated. Several carloads of Corvallis members attended the' session. Plans were made for the annual district convention, ' which will be held in Albany this year, May 5. . " . ' '. At the close of the evening refreshments were served by Mrs. J. H. Robnett, Miss Laura Cham-bers and Mrs. Louis Dowlirig. Spring Patterns: MAYFLOWER WALLPAPER Our stock is unusually large and complete now. We suggest that, you be sure to look over our display before you buy. Mayflower Wallpapers are all made of colors-fast materials! ., Priced 1 from 2 C up PER SINGLE ROLL Trimmed Free of Charce F. C' DA N.N A IS fainu and Wallpaper nJ E. 3rd St. Phone 566-J. SOCIAL EVENTS FOR COMING WEEK 'family dinner table and also may be appropriately served at gala spring luncheons. Knuuaro upsiue-uown itiuuins 2 cups flour. 4 teaspoons baking powder. "i teaspoon salt. 2 tablespoons sugar. 1 egg. 1 cup milk 2 tablespoons melted shortening 1 cup thick rhubarb snuce . i- . ' oW? V,8 sweetened, Sift tlie flour before measuring an" then with the baking powder, ,salt al!d Sl8ar. Beat the egg,, add uie iiiiiK anu me snoriening ana mix together. Add tlie liquid gradually to the flour, stirring only enough to moisten the flour. Butler the cups of a muffin tin and cover, the bottom of each with brown sugar. Add a layer of rhubarb sauce and then the muffin batter to fill the tins 2-3 full. Bake in hots oven (4f0 dcg. F.) 20 minutes. Remove from tins at once and spread tho caramelized mix ture over the bottom of the muf fins. If desired, increase the amount of brown sugar in tlie bot tom of the tins, and cut raw--rhubarb into small pieces to cover the sugar. Add the muffin batter and continue as before. Another variation can be made by adding a teapsoon of the sauce to the top of each muffin before baking. This process gives a very colorful product. Cheese-Ginger Bread 'i cup butter 1-3 cup boiling water. 1-3 cup sugar. 1-3 cup molasses 1 egg. I cup flour. 'j teaspoon bilking powder, l-i teaspoon soda j teaspoon salt teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ginger. 4 ni--u iuj Kiiucu eiieese (vary according to sharpness of cheese) Pour boiling water over butter and let stand until dissolved. Stir in the sugar until dissolved and add Iho molasses and the egg. Sift the flour with tlie baking. powder, soda, salt, cinnamon and ginger. Add to liquid and stir in tlie cheese, blending thoroughly. Bake in shallow paii in moderate oven (850 deg. F.) 40 minutes. Orante Bread Rinds of 2 large or 3 small oranges. i cup sugar i 1 cup water. Simmer rinds in hot water 10 minutes. Drain, cover with water again and cook until tender. Dram and shred. Add i cup water and i-i cup sugar and cook slowly until a thick syrup forms and the rinds have become semi- transparent. Cool. There should be Va cup. Make a batter ot the following ingredients: 2ls cups flour 5 teaspoons baking powder. a cup sugar 4 teaspoon salt 3 eggs. 4 cup milk "4 cup orange juice 1 teapsoon U nion juice 2 tublespooi nltd fat Sift togetlatr all iilradiants. Combine all Ifcaid iia4)aits and marmalade. Combine dry and liquid ingredients, mixing only until the dry ones are thoroughly moistened. Bake in loaf pans in moderate oven (350 deg. F.) 45 minutes. Banana Bread -1 cup sugar O Mi cup butter 3 eggs beaten light WHEAT WAVE ENDS CHILLY SEASON In the fluctuating days of early spring when sudden warmth and disappointing chill are likely to alternate ' with disastrous effect upon the family morale, mothers must consider well how to provide the food power behind that famous flying wedge of accom plishment: vim, vigor and vitality.' Meals should not be loo heavy at this season, yet tho energizing i elements -uvailable in whitmusAj be supplied iff sufficient quantity4! to insure pep and stability for every member of tii., rimi h i opening of House-cleaning, the opening the golf and garden season, baseball, track, hop-scotch and tag, all' take their toll of strength which must be replenished if sustained activity is to result. ' These recipes for easily made, yet appetizing, bieadsluffs have created to fill the need for seas sonable quick-energy foods. They will find ready acceptance nt the SUMMERY I a- fi 1 jfjfl Tailored white linen suit with contrasting blouse and accessories and d huge sunhat is the cver-so-fashionable costume in which Muigarot Fondue, brunette London beauty, attracted favorable consent in Miami, Flu. . i.i , . ai ui I 1. 1 SB". 4i ?- iiSt -it ill -r- r -V; : j Notice: All social events for the Saturday Women's Page must be In the hands of the society editor not later than 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. Albany women are asked to hand In Items the day following social events, to prevent Just minute rush. MONDAYH I r . ' " . Girl Scout, Troop No. 2 tea al cabin, near Albany college to ' honor mothers of troop members from 3:30 until 5 p. ni. D. A. R.,.Linn chapter, dessert dinner at the home of Mis. W. P. Cunning, 938 W. Seventh street, with Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett as assistant hostess. - TUESIDAy" Ul MoSt! pi,u'e,llc l"u,y Moose temple 8 p. m. ; Good Cheer club at Sam Frager home, Seventh and linker street, 12 in. Each member to bring a "covered dish" and dishes. S Happy Hour dub at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. John Morgan in North Albany. Albany high school Parent-Teacher association meeting 7 30 at. high school. Ladu-3 of the G. A. R. to hold special meeting fur inspection n. l m' A "C,,v'i"d dish" luncheon to be served. Troop No. 1 of the Gill Scouts will give a tea from 3:30 until o ccloek at the scout cabin near Albany college for mothers of troop members.' ,-j Mrs. Glenn Dull to entertain Uie Wosleyun Service Guild at her home, 1238 Cottage street, 7:30 p. m. Loval Order of Moose at Moose temple 8 t m WEDNESDAY: - - Junior Contract evening parly bt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. j tarl Elhngsen, with husbands of members invited. Board meeting of Albany Symphony orchestra at the home of lanthe Smith, 820 W. 4th street. Tho Ladies Aid society of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet in the social rooms of the church at 2 30 p. m. ; tntre Nous Bridge club at the home of Mrs. R. L. Hurkhart. o'clock luncheon. Baptist Ladies Aid society will meet with Mrs, Jane Osgood, lllll and Calapooia streets, v."". Evangelical Ladies Aid at the social hall on Pine street 2 30 . p. m. "Pot luck" luncheon to bo served Alpha .Temple No. 1 of thd PyUiian Sisters to hold weekly ..;,..,farly ; K' of P' hull Tblrd and Lyon streets. ' IHURSDAY: ' i Gji-cp Mennonite missionary sociley will meet at the church in the-auditorium, 2- p. m. ' Pcgree'of lienor lodge H p. m. at K. of P. hall. This is to be a special meeting ,vith the regional director to be present. Neos Numplic club to meet with Mrs. Fred Former, 1 o'clock ' luncheon. .". i ' - FRIDAY: The North Albany Thimble club is to meet at the home of Ml Fred Harris 10U2 E. First street 1 o'clock "no hostess" luncheon, v -, . Ken.'ingtun club members a it to hold a "no-hostess" luncheon -at the home of Mrs. M. J. Looney of near Albany. SATURDAY: ' r- Morlorn Travelers club'r.nnual guest day luncheon at Hotel 1 Albany, 1 p. m. Albany branch 'of A. A; Ul W. to meet for dessert-dinner ot the home of Mrs. W. A. Pearson, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Norval ' ' Rictz and Mrs. Waltet"Kroip, joint hostesses. IK 1

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