The World from Coos Bay, Oregon on October 30, 1936 · 8
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The World from Coos Bay, Oregon · 8

Coos Bay, Oregon
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Friday, October 30, 1936
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PAGE EIGHT COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD AND NORTH BEND, OREGON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1936 Society, Clubs, Lodges and Homes D.A.R. Regent Has Busy Schedule, Covering of State ' MRS. BOONE G. HARDING, state regent of the D.A.R., who visited on the bay a little over a month ago, last week started on a round of official visits to 20 chapters in the northern part of the state. . From her home at Medford. she called first on Klamath Palls and Ashland, then Roseburg. Following a luncheon In her honor by Wah-keena chapter at Portland on Saturday, on Monday she went to Astoria, back to Portland on ' Wednesday, to Multnomah chapter's meetings, yesterday was at Newberg, next Monday will be the guest of Portland chapter, and then will fulfill the following dates: Hills-bnro.'Nov. 4;' Hood River, Nov. 5; Willamette chapter, Portland, Nov. 6; Salem, Nov. 7; then Albany Corvaliis', two chapters, Eugene's two chapters, and back to Grants Pass" on Nov. 20. At Newberg yesterday, Mrs. Harding presided at a meeting of the board of management. Social Calendar Friday, Oct SO W.C.T.U. meets with Mrs. T. H. Thompson, 1075 S. Second St., 2 pm. Mason and Eastern Star members of North Bend hold annual joint festivities at I.O.O.F. hall. Saturday, Oct. 31 Neewollah festivities in Marsh-field. Legion auxiliary children's party at the armory, following Neewollah. Elks dance at the Elks club. 20-30 club dance at the Mil-Ileoma clubrooms. Judges Named to Award Prizes In Neewollah Parade Pinochle Club Plays Hostess to Husbands i JUDGES for the Neewollah pa rade to be held Saturday night Those ;who will award the many prizes (contributed to the American Le-'gion's community festival for boys jand girls by local business men, jwill be near a score of Marsh-' field women. They were selected 'by J. W. Mclnturff, chairman for jthe legion of this department of ithe parade- Ready for Hallowe'en POWERS,. Oct. 30. (Special) - The Thursday pinocnie club entertained husbands' of members recently with a 6 o'clock dinner held at the home of Mrs. D. M. Fox. present included Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Fox, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stemmerman, Mr. and Mrs. G J C. McCracken, Mr. and Mrs. Allen . King, Mr. and Mrs. Grady John-! son, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thurber and Mr. and Mrs! Frendy Med-lock of Gaylord. After dinner, pinochle was played, with W. L StEmmerman and Allen King wtor ; Edith Shaffer; most comic cos-,n Glee jtume, Mrs. Walter Asplund; best c,ub I carved pumpkin, Mrs. Duncan MISS ALPHA ANDERSON, Douglas; youngest girl in the pa- daughter of Mrs. W. C. Lukenhill rade, Mrs. Fred MacGougan; best of 1002 North Tenth, Marshfield, 6tunt, Mrs. Howard Maloney; pret- Oregon, is among the new mem- tiest costume, Mrs. William Curtis; bers of the Linfield Wbmen's best witch, Mrs. Marvin Skipworth; Glee club anounced recently by best decorated bicycle, Mrs. A. Y. Virginia Ward Elliott, director, at Meyers. Linfield college, McMlnnville. Miss Judging the boys' entries will Anderson is a junior and Is a h th fnl!ow!Tig: Most origins! member of Kappa Alpha Phi costume, Miss Isabel Childs; most Judges of girls' costumes will j ning prizes for the men, and Mrs. be: Most original costume, Mrs.) Grady Johnson and Mrs. Medlock carrying off the honors for the women. & ' " This modern Jack Horner can't be blamed for wanting an advance taste of this delicious pumpkin spice cake. sorority. Visit SPANIOL'S new florist department. It's complete! SATURDAY ONLY 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. ; ' . WM. A. WOODBURY'S SENSATIONAL OFFER WM. WOODBURY'S FACE POWDER FREE! This Advertisement Worth $1.41 ; :. NOTICE TO AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS In accordance with .our agreement you are authorized to deliver Wm. Woodbury's Face Powder FREE with each purchase of Woodbury's Perfume, Woodbury's Lipstick and Woodbury's Cold Cream at 59c and this coupon. ' Wm. Woodbury's Powder FREE Wm. Woodbury's Perfume ..J $1.00 Wm. Woodbury's Lipstick 50c Wm. Woodbury's' Cold Cream ..........50c TOTAL VALUE $2.00 All Four And This Advertisement Only Two Sets to a Customer-No Coupons Redeemable After Sale ClosesBuy Now! This ad will not appsar again. SPECIAL 5-Piece $2.25 Men's Set ft for only.. Oyl" comical costume, Mrs. Frank Con-nell; best carved pumpkin, Miss Lillian Johnson; youngest boy in parade, Miss Isabel Galloway; best stunt,, Miss Ruth Hoagland; best decorated bicycle, Mrs. J. W. Mclnturff; boy and dog, most unique, Mrs. Carl J. Larson; best tramp 44,000,000 Votes Cast, Predicted (Continued from Page One) niffcanw in extremely close sfates, 7. The republican charge of government extravagance has ; not been generally effective among re cipients of federal bounties. 8. Mr. Roosevelt's radio personality has been a tremendous campaign asset. Gov. Landon's radio personality has been a liability. The shift of liberal or radi- TTHINGS I ferenU pumpkin eater, who locked 'up his wandering wife in a pumpkin shell, had he only .known about pumpkin spice cake! Mrs. Peter probably would have been a voluntary "stay-at-home" if some of this delicious cake were always" to be found in her larder. And, too, the might have been dif- easy-to-makeness of this cake for Peter, the famed , might have been another drawing I inerpdiente card, as good results, easily accomplished, can make any home-maker like her job. Don't you agree? Pumpkin spice cake doesn't it sound unusual? If you've made appie saute nu jou liw UdM i oolict plants are thick apple sauce acts as the ma- one day only. jor liquid ingredient. Well, if apple sauce can, why can't cooked pumpkin? Electric Range Helps Perhaps you cant entirely give the success of this cake recipe to the combination of ingredients used. It looks like the modem electric range deserves an even fifty per cent of the honors; because, without baking, even pumpkin cake batter wouldn't, be such good eating! Pumpkin Spice Cake (Make? 1 loaf cake) 1-3 cup shortening. 1 cup sugar 1 egg (beaten) 3-4 cup canned or cooked pumpkin cup milk 2 cups cake flour 2 teaspoons baking powder teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon Yi teaspoon cloves 1 teaspoon mace 'z cup seedless raisins Cream shortening, add sugar slowly, and beat well. Add beaten egg. Combine pumpkin and milk and add alternately with the dry sifted together. Add raisins and mix thoroughly. Pour in greased loaf pan and place in cold electric oven. Set temperature control to 350. Turn switch to bake. Bake approximately 1 hour. Special meeting of all Central Labor Council tonight at 7:30 p.m. A." W. Jensen, Pres. 25 gal and tankful of Free Gas with Tower's used cars. A complete SPANIOL'S. florist service in for $14.95 6 Tube KADETTE 6 tubes Georgeous hand-rubbed American Walnut Cabinet . Operates on either AC-DC current. 550 to 750 kilocycles. ' "Southwesterrt Oregon's Greatest Store" Marshfield. Oregon costume, Mrs. Royal Carter; bestfeal votes to the democratic party clown costume, Mrs. Joe Henton; best witch, Miss Violet Swanton. V V flP Birthday Luncheon at School Honors Member LUNCHEON In honor of her birthday was given for Mrs. Beatrice Redmond, by students at the Southwestern Beauty school, and the guest of honor was presented '"ith a gift of glassware and flowers. Present were Mrs. Mary Garden Mrs. Ruth Downer, Mrs. Redmond Hazel Borigo, Beatrice Vader, Sylvia Hudson, Willis McAfee, Enid Hansen, Leita Baughmann, Jean Hulbert, Irene Araujo, Golda Ash-worth, Olive Buzzard and Margj Newport. Powers Women's Club Hear Bills Discussed Re-elect Ben C. Flaxel m Dli.MOdtATIC NOMINUK for DISTRICT ATTORNEY of Coos County Reasons , why you should not make a change in office of District Attorney. 1. It is costly to the taxpayers to train one for this office every four years. 2. Ab Incumbent I have personal knowlndgo of facts concerning the various matters and cases now pending involving this county and therefore am especially qualified for their propflr '". ' handling. 3. My experience In this office during the past term will enable me to more efficiently and economically bundle the affairs of this office. 4. During my term the costs of criminal prosecution in Circuit Court have been substantially reduced over term prior theroto. ' If reflected I kIiiiII continue to Milmni my diiticx lit illy ami Impartially, strivlnic always to eliminate unnecessary costs. KesiH'ctfull) submitted, (pd, adv. by Ben Flaxel) BEN C. FLAXEL. r ,-m- "'1,JJ' "t . '4' L-MJ POWERS, Oct.. 30.T (Social) -Routine business was transacted at the Women's club meeting on Wednesday, presided over by Mrs. Ly- iman Rolfe. Eugene Laird of Myr tle Point gave an able presentation of the bills to be voted upon at the coming election, and answered questions concerning them Preceding the meeting, Mrs. Car" Briggs and Mrs. ' James Gamweli has been at a more rapid pace than the shift of protesting conservative votes to the republican party the inter - party movement will continue and ultimately change the face of politics in this country. 10. Organized labor is for Mr. Roosevelt. Millions of new or occasional voters have qualified themselves this year to help select a man who shall direct a nation's destiny until Jan. 1, 1941. The vote may reach 44,000.000 more than 4,000,-000 greater than in 1932. Notably reflected in polls and pei sonal .inquiry is the tendency of experimental youth to ride with Rcosevelt; of oldsters with Landon. Large and important in demo- ,cratic calculations are the 150 ot so virtually assured Roosevelt vote? to be cast by the solid south and most of the . border states. Gov ' Landon cannot match that nest- ,egg. ::,'.(:';;' Wore Women Needed In Employment Office More women are needed for jobs at the national re-employfent service office in North Bend it was stated today by Miss Freda Peoples, office manager.. The greatest demand is for . housekeepers and waitresses, she said, the calls fm lwere hostesses at dessert. After the that type of worker far exceeding meeting aajournea, uiuo memoers tne supply. gave a shower in honor of Mrs Clarence Conger. V Camp Fire Dinner SECOND DINNER was served by members of Gitche-Gumme Camr Fire group on Monday evening Jean Harris and Alice Rourke serving to the other girls and the guardians, Mrs. Fred Pendleton and Miss Elsie Larson, at the Rae Harris home. The girls came in costume for the Hallowe'en season, Arlene Dunham as Mae West; Irma Jean Larson as Ramona; Vivian Torrey as a gypsy, and the other three Betty Schuttpelz and the hostesses as pirates. Games were enjoyed after dinner, MINER FINDS FRENCH GOLD OROVILLE, Cal (U.R) H. Hen-drickson, prospecting for gold in the gravel of Feather River, brought up a 5 franc French gold piece coined in 1821. It was presumably lost there in the early gold rush days The stream of gold seekers first began to work Feather River in 1851. Hallowe'en Dance Sat. North Baysjde Grange Hall. night, NOTICE, CULINARY WORKERS The next regular meeting will be held Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2:30 p.m. instead of Tuesday, Nov. 3. Secretary, Local 828. 1 o HEAR L. J. SIMPSON TUNE IN ON KOOS Saturday 5:30 P.M. L. J Simpson, founder of North Bend and long one or southwestern Oregon's leading citizens, will tell why he considers Ben R. Chandler No. 1 man in the race for state senator from Coos and Curry counties. Mr. Simpson has won wide reputation as an excellent speaker, Hear Mr. Simpson Saturday at 5:30. Then STOP and THINK and CHOOSE CHANDLER i State Senator pd. adv. Chandler for Senator Club) j ThemostpowerfulshoeinAmerica Trie Betgmann hand made boot comes in all sizes and heights. It is the acknowledged leader foe long wear and foot comfort. Be sure you get Bergmann's , "' l . . AD "Southwtstttn Oregon i Greatest We Meet Fall With bargains! -1 rim me , " j " n Loo!at the i ana a Swagger Suits $75.00 COATS $49.50 COATS $45.00 COATS $39.50 COATS $35.00 COATS $29.50 COATS $19.75 COATS NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW ALL SWAGGER SUITS . NOW. se S $59.50 "39.50 35.95 29.95 27.75 23.75 16.95 $19.75 avings All Sizes 14 to 46 All New Fall Colors H WOMEN'S SHOE SALE This Season's $2.95 to $5.00 $069 Zm PAIR Also Clearance Of till Green Suede Shoes Listen To KOOS Daily 10:30 A. M. Trnflum BEDDING SALE BLANKETS COMFORTERS PILLOWS BEDSPREADS Buy Warm Bedding Now at Greatly Reduced Prices MAIL ORDERS FILLED SOUTHWESTERN OREGON S GREATEST STORE MARSHFIELD. OREGON TU. BtMU Shot Mff. Co.. 11)1 N. W. 29tli Aot, Pordswl, Otta

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