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is:-' i! n ;A'i SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1936 r PAGE TWO THE ALRANT DIMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY; OREGON If OOTEigTT TT W COMING EVENTS CLUBS - LODGES PATTERNS LOCAL AND DISTRICT SOCIETY NEWS MUSIC IANTHE SMITH, Editor. Telephone 16 LINKED TO LATEST STYLE nation's leading educators. She is a sister of Senator Carter Glass. Mrs. L. T. Merwin, Portland, is sectional president, and will preside at the meeting. The pur 10 crackers, finely rolled i2 cup butter or cooking fat ' 1 onion minced 2 cups canned tomatoes Salt and pepper Vi cup grated cheese. Dip peeled and sliced egg-plant in 1-3 of the crackers, then in egg Symphony Concert Program Announced for Tomorrow A musical event in which many Albany and Linn county people are intensely interested, is the concert to be given tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Albany armory by the Albany Symphony orchestra, with R. W. Hans Seitz. of Salem as guest conductor. Prof. Loren Luper, of the Albany public schools will conduct several of the numbers and Dr. Seitz two. Another high spot on the program will be the appearance of the Methodist Episcopal church choir, with several assisting vocal artists and a brass quartette and tympani. The music for the quartette and tympani, was arranged by Mr. Burggraf and will form a musical back College Sororities to Give Formal Tonight at Armory As a climax to the Albany college May day festivities, the social spotlight of the second semester will focus tonight at 9 p. nv. upon the all student body formal Queen s ball, honoring Queen Wilma Dick and her royal court, sponsored by Delta Kappa Phi and Alpha Gamma sororities, at the Armory in down town Albany. Included on the Ruest list are alumni; former students, faculty, members of the Portland unit student body and faculty and local collegians. i . Dancing will begin when the Queen, accompanied by John Bryant, student body president and Prime Minister, and the court have formally entered the hall, completed the grand march, and the royal hand raises the baton on the harmonizing strains,) The foMowi is the proRram of Johnny Busch and his and commitu.cs; Oregon' state orchestra.1 1:00 p. m registration. 1:30, p. An unusual and Interesting m Opening afternoon session: feature of the evening, to be used presentation of flag; flag salute; in connection with the Albany invocation. Mamie Bennett, past college May day program for grand chief; address of welcome, the first time, tonight, will be the Ethel Murphy, P. G. G.; response, formal ceremony at the intermis- Lucinda De Burgh. G. M.; saxo-sion period. Past queens will in- phone solo, Helen Koos; collection dividually step to the throne, ex- of pass word. Mary Reynolds, D. tend congratulations to the G. M.; grand honors to grand tem-1936 Queen, and receive royally: pie, officers; minutes of the 1833 recognition by her before des- convention: roll call of temples and cending. Heretofore no special reports; exemplification of memor-honor has been given the Queen ial service, officers of Centralia at the May day evening dances. Temple, Salem; draping of the Other intermission numbers will I charter. Leodas temple; question be furnished by members of the j box answers by law committee, orchestra, and the Delta Kappa Hazel Hollenbeck, G. C. Nellie Phi trio, composed of Evelyn Morris, G. M. R. & C, Hester Worley, Betty Stuart, and Claire Douglas, P. G. C, lanthe Smith, Stewart. - P. C, Ada Allison. P. C; Russian Included in the retmue of the dance in costume, Regina Frager; court will be Arlene Speer and I general business; report of resolu-Aida Macchi, two coeds elected i tions committee; exemplification from the student body of the i of ballot march, Santiam Temple; . Portland Unit. Those chosen from : instrumental music, Mrs. Orlo the local branch of Albany college : Gillette and Ltiral Burggraf; ad-are Elaine Lyle, maid-of-honor, 1 journment until 7:30 p. m.. Ed 0 O i-"w""f,....,-"';r; '",;,HMi.iix-iy'1l I "-"-.,.. ''Uii,y-''tv923SfrTm i"'!!,,,,, "'; ;',,iw,',,,itJffiKw,3 chapter of Rainbow for Girls was installed. Mrs. L. G. Lewelling and Mrs. Fred Ward, acting marshal presented flowers to the honored guests and Mrs. Lewelling gave a few remarks (.Turing the presentation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sprung-man, worthy matron and worthy patron of Acacia chapter at Stay-ton were escorted to the east and received the honors of the chapter. Another guest of the evening, who was escorted to the cast was Stowell Dawson, illustrious grand master of the grand counsel of Royal and Select Masters of Oregon. Corsage bouquets and boutonnicrcs were presented to these honored guests. The Albuny Assembly of Rainbow for Girls met following the Barzillai chapter meeting. Miss Olliver was then escorted to the east Miss Jean Merrill, worthy advisor of the local assembly presided over the meeting in a most impressive and cupublc manner. Miss Zavodsky, grand lecturer was given Die honors of the assembly and seated in the east was Vivian Johnston, grand rc-preventativc and Miss Ruth Brundneberry, grand representative. MisB E. C. Fisher, worthy matron of the Albany Eastern Star chapter and Loren Luper, worthy patron of the local chapter were also presented in the east. Mrs. Lewelling and her "Court- S:3U p. m., Danquct .oapusi church. Fifth and Lyon street. 7:30 p. m., greeting by Mayor W. and water and again in cracker crumbs. Fry in V4 cup of butter or fat. Remove egg-plant brown onion, add tomatoes, and season. Alternate egg-plant and remaining crackers in layers in greased baking dish. Pour tomato mixture over all, sprinkle with cheese. Bake in hot oven (425 degrees F.) 20 minutes. 6 portions. 'Covered Dish" Club At Murphy Home. Mr. and Mrs. C; H. Murphy' were host and hostess last eve ning to a "covered dish" club of which they are members, at their home, on Broadalbin street with a no-host dinner being served at 7 o'clock. The guests were seated about small tables with large bouquets of cut flowers and greenery forming the decorations. Bridge was enjoyed during the evening hours with Mrs. Frank Hall winning the high prize for women, Mrs. J.. Fred Braly, low, Walter W. Stuart, high score for the men and B. R. Westbrook low. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bacon receiv ed high prizes for the guests. New members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Weatherford, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Westbrook and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bassett. Guests of the evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olvis, Mr. and Mrs.' W. H; Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward, Mr. and Mrs. James Bird, Salem. Mr. Olsen Given Surprise Affair. A very enjoyable surprise party was given to George Olsen Thursday evening, the occasion being his birthday. Games and stunts were the diversions of the evening. Mrs. Williamson sang several vocal number, and Marcheta Olsen gave a reading. Belva Clive entertained with tap dancing. C. E. Williamson closed the so cial hour with an interesting talk. At a late hour,- Mrs. Olsen, as sisted by Mrs. Hiram Parker, and Mrs. Francis Olsen, served a luncheon. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fisher, Mr. Gott, Mrs. H. Dowd, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. "Williamson and son; Mr, and Mrs. W. Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. Eph Small, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parker, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. H. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. J. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pettibone, Mr. and Mrs. W. Risley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Goff, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holloway, Mr. and Mis. Bikman, Donald, Wayne and Marcheta Olsen; Belva Clive, Norman and Phyllis Gregory. P. N. G. Club Enjoys Unique Meeting. Twenty-five members and three guests enjoyed the evening at the regular meeting of the Post Noble Grand's club held in the I. O. O. F. hall last Friday evening. Mrs. Valma Covey and Mrs. Ruth Curry won prizes in clever con tests that were held during the evening. Following the lodge session sev eral tableaux representing the work of Odd Fellowship and the Rcbekah lodge were given. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting at small tables beautifully decorated with baskets of spring flowers and greenery. Mrs. Edna Gecr, Mrs. Gertrude McLcod and Mrs. Lillian Hincr ware on the committee that made arrangements for the evening. Miss Lorene Herman, Mrs. Sina Early and Mrs. Miller from Halsey were the invited guests. ; , FRANCINE TOLLON, French woman golf champion, takes to the links in a specially designed sports ensemble created by Molyneaux. . The top coat and skirt are in brown and white check tweed, the blouse and jacket in dark brown jersey. Kitch en Appetizers ground reminiscent of earlyif Christian music. Members of the quartette are: Max Rohrbough, Kenton Bradley, Loren Luper and Morris Dowd. Bill Morgan will handle the percussion instruments. Mrs. Hazel Ewing will be accompanist for the choir. The following is the program, as announced by Mr, Luper. (a) Overture, "Mircille" Gounod. (b) Ballet Music from "Rosa-munde," Schubert. . Orchestra. (c) "Interludium In Modo Antico, Glazanouw. (d) "The Mill," Raff. String quartette. (e) "Unfinished Symphony," one movement, Franz Schubert. (f) March from "Tannhauser," Wagner, Orchestra, Mr. Seitz, guest conductor. Intermission. (g) Four Indiun Love Lyrics, Fintom (h) "Valse Triste," Slblllous. Orchestra. ' (I) "Holy Thou Art," from Handel's "Largo." (j) "Unfold Ye Portals," from the "Redemption," Gounod. Choir, Prof. Burggrof, director. (k) "Funeral' March of a Mar-ionet," Gounod. (1) March from "Athalin," Mendelssohn. Orchestra. The orchestra will be placed on the south side of the armory and the seats on the lower floor will be arranged in a horseshoe about the stage. Members of the string quartette arer Martha Veal, and Charles South, violins', Clarance Veal, viola, and Roberta Moffitt, Eu-gent, cello. Decorations for the stage will be arranged by the Walker Floral company. Preceding the concert a dinner wilt be served' the orchestra per-sonnef at the Monarch cafe and places will be arranged for 52. As in the past no admission In being charged for the concert, but a free-will offering is to bo taken. Money, which is gained over the expenses of the concert will apply on a musical library which the board of directors of the orchestra purchased tills winter. No ona wilt be sealed during the concert numbers. The doors to the. armory will be opened at 2:13 p. m., it was announced. Mary Louise 01 liver Honored by O. E. S. An Interesting meeting was held by Barzillai chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple, with Miss Mary Louise Olliver, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Victor Olliver of Albany, who is grand worthy advisor of the Oregon Assembly of Rainbow for Girls, as guest of honor at a program following the lodge session. During the lodge session, Mrs. Robert Dill was initialed into the local chuptur. Mrs. Iluby Freeman sang during the initiation. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Olliver were escorted to the east during ceremony to honor Miss Olliver, as were Mrs. Neva Andersen, who was the first mother advisor of thu local assembly of Rainb nv; Mrs. Dorothy Harris, a former mother advisor, Mrs. Humer Dowd, who wns worthy matron, when the local I a poses of the sectional conference us outlined by Mrs. Merwin are (1) To increase the efficiency of the work of the organization; (2) To stimulate the intellectural in-crests of members through discus sion on topics and problems of the day; (3) To increase the unity of the A. A. U. W. This section takes in Oregon, Washington, Montana and Idaho, Sessions will be held at the Multnomah hotel, Portland. Fea tures include a tea and visit at one of Portland's beautiful gar dens; and' a visit to the Port land art museum. ' A number of other prominent A. A. U. W. officials will lake part on the program. , David Blake Given Birthday Dinner. Last Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hodges entertained at a dinner party to honor Mrs. Hodges' nephew, David Blake, the occasion being his birthday. Covers were marked at an attractively decorated table for 12. Lilacs, tulips and tall, red lighted candles formed the table decorations. The out-of-town guests were: Dr. and Mrs. Blake, Ashland, parents of Mr. Blake and George S. Blake, Portland, uncle of the guest of honor. m w w w Earl R. Smith Given Birthday Surprise. A birthday surprise, in honor of Earl R. Smith, was given by his daughter, Violet, at the Smith home Friday evening of last week. The guests were mainly from Benton and Polk counties. During the evening three con tests and one game were staged. Winners in the contests were: W. 11. Holman, Albany; Harold Atwood, Monmouth,' Mrs. Ames, Lebanon, and Mrs. Atwood, Mon mouth. The grand prize was won by Mrs. Mabel Bidders of buver. At the close of the evening a luncheon was served. Miss Smith was assisted in serving by her mother, Mrs. Earl Smith. -: Mrs. Wallace Entertains For Edna Warren. One of the most outstanding social events of the past week was the dessert dinner party given by Mrs. H. R, Wallace at her home on Seventh and Ellsworth .street, to compliment, Miss Edna Warren, whose marriage to Everett Terhune of Raymond, Wash., is to be an event of May 5. Places were marked for eight about a charmingly appointed table, centered with a low bowl of gardenias. Tall white candles added to the scene. Following the dinner cards were enjoyed. The guest list included: Mrs. Julia Egan, Mrs. H. F. Warren. Mrs. Harold Fisher, Miss Clara Feil, Miss Amelia Zuhlsdorf, Miss Edna Warren, and Miss Elsie Buin. La Troisieme Has Pleasant Meeting. i One of the pleasant club meet ings of Ihe past week was the meeting of La Troisieme bridge club at the home of Mrs. James Cochran, with a "covered dish" dinner being served at 7 o'clock. Following dinner bridge was play ed. Mrs. Hugh Walkup won honors in cards. Twelve members enjoyed the evening. i SUMMER SHADE A VOGUE for large brimmed hats this summer is fore shadowed by the handsome one of white shantung baku that completes the attractive in- formal warm-v..f4i!ier costume I pictured aboveS- iniyiui ii i i I I. I esty Group" gave the May Day Rainbow colors. Miss Olliver, as finale to the dance, was crown ed Queen of May. Miss Olliver was also presented a sterling gut and a large bouquet of flowers. The officers of the local assembly gave the majority degree for Miss Jane Goodule. Miss Kathleen Wilhird closed the Rainbow ceremonies with a vocal number. Mrs. C. H. Murphy was in charge of an interesting program, and Miss Betty Lewis, Turner, entertained with a tap dance; Miss Marjorie Andersen gave two dromtic readings and Miss Betty Lewis did1 an acrobatic dance. The lodge- rooms and dining hall were attractive in their de-corationsx of cut flowers with yellow and blue predominating. In the dining room, where light refreshments were served varicolored tulips were used. Mr. and Mrs. Del Alexander were at the head of the refreshment committee and were assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Forster, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Looncy, Mrs. Neva Anderson, Miss Clara Dom-aschofsky, Mrs. Pearl Hector, Mrs. Myru Robnett, Mis. Kiln Campbell, Mrs. Fred Fortnilller and Mrs. J. G. Hall. .- A. A. U. W. Members To Attend Conference. An event of interest to the 17 branches of the American Association of University Women in Oregon will be the sectional A. A. U. W. conference to be held in Portland, May 6 and 7. Members of all state brunches are invited and among those going from Albany will be: Mrs. Svon Kliassen, Mis. Walter Kropp, Mrs. Nnrval Heetz, Mrs. Otto Lance and Mrs. Brcvig. Dr. Metu Class, president of the Sweet Briar college. Sweet Brear, Vu., national A. A. U. W. president, will be the principal speaker for the meeting. lu Glass I -recognized as one of the service. Garnish with fresh berries. li portions. t , Dori't forget, too.' that strawberries have a natural affinity for that year-round favorite, Shredded Wheat. Their lush, juicy sweetness provides a pleasant contrast to the crisp, nut-like flavor of the Shredded Wheat. With milk or cream, it's a welt balanced breakfast that gives you something to go on all day long. THE MYSTERY OF THE EGG-PLANT Consider the mental torment of the hen who first encountered egg-plant. Certainly there is no relation to her own output. Eggplant is round, it is quite true; but it isn't exactly egg-shaped. It doesn't even taste like eggs. How, then, did it come to be called eggplant? Research' Into the etymology of the numo fails to reveal the answer. Egg-plant is such a delicious vegetable, however, that we can afford to overlook its obscure nomenclature and love it for itself alone. For some reason, menu-planners fail to think of egg-plant as often as they might. Perhaps it isn't advertised enough. Here's a reminder for you two recipes for egg-plant dishes that are so tender, so succulent, the family will smack their collective lips for more. Ese-IMant Fritters 1 small egg-plant 18 crackers, crumbled fine 1 tsp. baking powder Salt 2 eggs, well beaten. Slice and peel egg-plant, cover with -boiling salted - water, and cook for 15 minutes. Drain, chop fine, and mix with crumbled crackers, baking powder, salt and eggs. Drop by spoonfuls in deep hot fat (380 degrees F.l and fry until brown, Drain on brown pa per and serve hot. b servings. Koyal Ca-sserole F.Kg-Planl 1 medium egg-plant I ecg beaten with 1 tksp water and attendants, Willa Mclntosh- Mildred Whalley, Dorothy Starr Wright, Dorothy Chalmers, Jean RnmeHon nnH M.iVVpI WillitlP. It is probable that Donna and Joan' McVey, train bearers, Alice Kropp, : flower girl, and Keith Holmes, crown bearer, will also participate in the intermission feature. Special patrons and patronesses for this outstanding collegiate function are Miss Olga Jackson, Miss Flora Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sox, Professor and Mrs. Mundle, Coach and Mrs. Joseph H. Mack, and Professor and Mrs. G. Glenn Holmes. Decorations will be in keeping with the spring motif, in arrangements of the organizations' color. The colonnade will be centered on the south side of the armory. Committees in charge of the dance appointed from the two sororities are: Evelyn Worley and Jane Scott, orchestra; Alona Loomis, Jean Ramsden and Lois Hogan, decorations; Ruth Pinkstaff and Mary Lee Blair, invitations; Betty Lou Harrison, and Jeanette McClain, refreshments; Mildred Whalley, advertising; Wilma Baldwin and Elizabeth Williams, hall; Marjorie Johnston, Martha Bibb, Nancy Kistler and Rachel Mc-Laughlin, special invitations. Pythian Sisters To Hold District Convention. Alpha Temple No. 1 of the Pythian Sisters will act as hostess to the 27th annual district convention of the Pythian Sisters Tuesday, with the sessions opening at 1:00 p. m., when, .registrations are opened in the K. of P. hall, Second ; and Lyon streets. At 1 :30 o'clock j the opening session will be held. I Convention officers arc: Mrs. j Mamie Bennett, Lebanon, D. D. ! G. C; Mrs. B. L. Brotherton. Al-! bany. D. P. G. C; Mrs. Eva Fred-; erickson. Corvallis. D. G. S.; Mrs. I Tresa Axtel. Eugene D. G. J.; Mrs. Mary Reynolds, Independence, D. G. M.; Mrs. Roy Kinsey. Albany. D. G. M. of R. & C: Mrs. Ernest Haller. Albany. D. G. M. of F.; Mrs. Stella Miller. Lebanon D. G. P.; Mrs. Grace Griffin, Dallas, D. G. G. ALBANY HORGEON RTHIKB IIP THE BAND! STRAWBKRRIES- ARE RIPE One of the nicest tilings about May is the advent of strawberries. True, they are not ahvnys so plump and juicy as they will be later in the season, but the old familiar flavor is there. Strawberries of almost any kind are welcome after you've waited all winter for them. If -the earlv berries seem a little tart, sprinkle with sugar and let stand for half an hour before serving. This sweetens the berries and extracts the juice. Or you can use them in strawh? rry shortcake, icebox pudding, or fresh strawberry bavarian. A quick strawberry shortcake is made with rounds of Holland Husk, the ready-made toast. Here's how to make the others: Strawberry Icebox I'uildini; 1 pt. strawluMTie.-; 1 cup powdered sugar I 15 crackers 1 cup heavy cream 1 tsp. vanilla 10 marshmallows, cut small Wash and hull berries ami re serve (i or It for garnishing. Chop the remainder of the berries and add sugar. Let stand 10 minutes. Crumble crackers fine. Beat cream stiff and add vanilla and cut marshmallows. Mix prepared fruit and crackers and fold into cream mixture. Turn into middmg dish ind let stand 4-ti hours in refrig erator. Garnish with remaining berries and serve plain or with added whipped cream. 8 portions. l-rcsh Mrawhrrrv Bavarian U tsps. gelatin 3 tbsps. cold water 1 cup mashed strawberries cup sugar Kew grains salt 15 vanilla waters 1 cups cream 1 cup whole strawberries St'lten gelatin in eold water aiul dissolve over hot water; add to mashed stntwhernes. Stir in simaf. sail, and tmclv crumbled vanilla wafers. Heal cicam MUflv and fold into slrawbetrv mixture. 1 uru into ieoM chOI and urimold for N 1 L. Jackson; solo. Hazel Ewing; opening of temple in ritualistic form, Alpha Temple-No. 1; grand honors and presentation of cor sages: Knight's initiation officers, Home Temple, degree staff, Dalore Temple; ladies' initiation officers,. Helmetta Temple, degree staff.; Alletta Temple:, reading Hester, Douglas; reports of committees;. Il'li-Hsr Turn to Patre Twol No. 14 in a scries written in the interests of milk, consumers. If you had A Million Dollars There would still be No reason for Buying any other milk Than Snow Peak Dairy. You are getting . Absolutely top quality Now and every day With Snow Peak Pasteurized Milk! Even a millionaire Could have no more! Phone 660 Two trucks always at your service Don't Spend Money You Haven't Got! The first lesson in thrift ... be sure you can pay before you buy I That's how to keep debts and bills out of your life . . . that's one way to get ahead in this world. If you want to make weekly payments, use the Penney "Lay-Away" plan, and pay for your purchases before you buy them! About Plan . ' o Mr 0V Jf I GIFT SUGGESTIONS FORYOUR SOCIAL EVENTS FOR COMING WEEK On Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10th! Handkerchiefs : . . . 15c to 50c Boutonnieres, . 35e to $1.00 Hosiery, pair-,-.' 79c to $1.25 Phoenix or Kayser, in Service-weight and Chiffon Slips, satins and crepes, $1. to $2.95 Nightgowns . $1.00 to $3.95 Rayon and satin Purses . . . $1.00 to $2.95 Gloves-... 77c and $1.00 In fabrics and lace. Dresses .... .. i .w $3.77 to $14.77 Silk prints and plain colors Coat Special - - - $9.77 to $14.77 Notice: All ductal events for the Sutunlny Women's Pane muit be In the hands of the society editor not Inter than f o'clock Friday afternoon. Albany women are asked to hand in Items the day following social events, to prevent last mlnnte rush. MONDAY: Neighbors of Woodcraft meeting. 8 p. m. McDowell building. K. of P. lodge meeting 8 p. m.. Second and l.von streets. TUESDAY: Alpha Temple No. 1 of the Pythian Sisters to be hostess to the district convention of the order. Sessions held in afternoon and evening at K. of P. hall. Second and I. yon streets, banquet 8:31) o'clock Baptist church. Wesleyan Service Guild meeting at Virginia Tripp, (ill) Ellsworth street, election of officers. Loyal Order of Moose meeting ut Moose temple. 8 p. m. Carnation club to meet with Mrs. Ralph Hyde, 2 p. m. Junior Contract club, at home of Mis. Carl Elhngsen, 2:31) p. m. Acme Bridge Club to be entertained by Mrs. J. J. Barrett, 1 p. m., luncheon. ! Ladies of the G. A. R. will hold an Initiation ceremony as a feature of thrir regulai meeting to be held Tuesday. May 5, at 2 o'clock in the Memorial hall. WEDNESDAY: Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal : church at the home of Mrs. J. W. Morgan, Route No. 4. THURSDAY: O. D. O. club at the home of Mrs. Iee Roberts, 2 p. m. Degree of Honor lodge. 8 p. m., K. of P. hall. W. C. T. U. meeting at the L. E. Gilkey home in Sunrise, 2:30 p. m. Needlecraft club at the home of Mrs. Ben Bartcher 2:30 p. m. Thurday Study club. I o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. J H. Ralston, with Mrs. Irvine as assistant hostess. FRIDAY: Twentieth Century club lo meet with Mrs. Fred Fortmiller, 2:?fl p. m. S. S. S. club to be entertained by Mrs. E. S. Hancock at her home in Sunrise, 2:30 p. m. New Idea club to meet at the home of Mrs. John Carnegie. 1 -J Choice 0,3,1 DISCRIMINATING WOMEN Frederics New Ray Mjchmelcss Super Curline PERMANENT WAVES Now at the I MILLINERY Buy Her a New Hat for Mother's Day FELTS - STRAWS - SILKS $1.77 - $2.77 -$3.77 BUNTON HEM'TY SHOP Kooms 3. -I, 5, 6. Venetian Theater WUC mm First and Broadalbin Srs. o

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