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Sodefr YOUNG FOLK ENJOY DANCING PARTY AT GOLF CLUB BY REULAII MITCHELL COUTTS lorttly KdUoT of T\* Star t A BOOT ■»V»:VTT mYW MA TPS AHP BAfTTRIiOnB KNJOTKr •A tho hoopltallty of Dr. Charloa 11 Ford laat ovonln*. whu ho antor talaad with a dancing party at tha Go# rJuh, In romptli'iaßt to hla daughlor. Mm Kathoiino Kuril who h*a wontly roturnad from an Kaat.ati achool Br. Tord waa aaatatod by Mra. K. O. Ford. Mm Frank Watarhouaa, Mra Tlatyb Blair ajni Mra. William 11. I'alna. A buffat auppar waa aorvod at eltolght from Individual Übloa, prfttDr wraathod In «wr»t p«uf an>l VMM latacaparwrd with trailing irwiw Miss Collin* lAtncheon Hostess to lha houaa guoata m VlnrtnU MorrUl. Mlaa Ruth B«n aad Mlaa J ana mora. Mlaa CM 111 Will' Colli na will ontortaln with A laaub of twolvo covara at tho (MM* club on Monday. a • • 'Attractive Dinner for Visitors AMOf tha many affatra gtvan for too pliaaiir r of Mr. and Mra. Cor TT—- Vandarbilt. jr. tho din oar at Mr. and Mra. Bullitt warn |Mtl ob Friday ovanlng. prorol to to OM of tha moat anjoyabla «lno* Km younjr conplo nulla thalr advont MM* toeal eirolaa. Twalra fuaata wara MM around tha board, which had ptf Mcoratlon a handaoma allvar baa Sat Of aartaokla. corn ftowora and aorroundrd by low bow la o( fallow aad kavandar thlatlaa Ittua aad giaau taporn. In ailvar hold. ra Mtt thalr dim Ugbt on tha atrtklng Mrs. Milburm 'to Be Hostess at Tea to wak-ocaa ta Mra Jafcn W. |Hy, who baa raeantty r*tum«d toa a fcolotigad Ttslt in California, —aw Anna Ttotnxn MUhurn haa IMMM tnrltatlona tor a taa on lhaky at bar rvaidanra. Entar tototaf tba gurjta will ,ba Mm Willi Whltnay Traat. Mr*. Jamas ICMtkrklia aad Mra. Tldmarah. a a a Informal Dance , Mlga BUaaboth Hurlbot wtn honor Ulaa Joanna Blako. who ta tha »w»i of Mm Emily Joroma. with an In flMMal danca at her homo, cn l~rtday • • • Picnic Scheduled for Tomorrow •» enthusiastic tmr thefr picnic «■ Wednesday. of this week, plans wn formulated for another day ot tba mm Informality, consequently Mtos N*m* Felger has Invited a Marry crowd to b* her guests at a plants Mtioi ui ■. chaperoned by hsr Uraitt, Mr. and Mm W. W. Feiger Tit party will Include: Mies EUaa botb Hnrtbat. Miss Ellen Messer. Mtos Hortssss Green. Miss Gloria Brink. Mr. Clark Ewtng. Mr. James •MM. WV-. T**ftord Hotoaon. Mr Sstosth Barton. Mr. Walker Mines, Mac Donald and the ,s s s Mr. Neft Host at Dinner t* honor of Mr. and Mrs. Silver ■MB, of Saa Francisco, Mr. Meyer Msft entertained with a dinner of fifty covers at hia home In Laurel toaist on Monday evening. The (Masts later enjoyed an evening of amric and dancing. s s s Tea to Honor Out-of town Guests Mra. Judd M. ERlott wfll enter Ml at the tea hour on Wednesday Ot her horn* complimentary to Mrs. John r. Main, who has recently re tamed from Oljmpla to make Seal tie her borne, and for Mrs. John Bell, of Payette, Wis. who Is visit tog bar mother. Mra 8. A. Wtlla ess Mist Hoge to Entertain Mtos Anna Hogw has Issued Invl tattons for a luncheon to be glvsn at tba Bnnset club on Wednesday In Compliment to Miss Margaret Brad ley of New Haven, Conn., who ar rtvsa Monday to be her house guest for the month of August, and Miss Mary Pryor, whose engagement was recently announced. s s s Miss Winsor Wed to Mr, Spencer The marriage of Miss Helen Marie Winsor, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. E. F. Wlaaor, to Mr. Rhodes Vaughn Spencer, was solemnised on Wednes 4ay afternoon, July 21. at th* home of th* bride's parent*. Th* ceremony m rs«4 by the Rev. L. o. Balrd In the presence of relatives and clow fllull, Tha room*, adorned with Spina, Dorothy I*erklns roses and ShagU daisies, were a veritable bow er Of blooms, forming a pretty set for the Impresetve cere •WRjr, Mrs. Florence lierg Wll •so, a classmate of the bride, •mmpanled by Mia* Ilene French. ■Wtf "MavU" preceding the serv lea, after which Mrs. Kenneth C. Wlaaor signaled the nuptial hour by fbflH softly Grieg's wedding —rnh. The brl(V» entered on the an* «f hsr father, gowned In a girl tall Model of white net. Her only or —snt wsus a cameo brooch, a fam ily Mrloom. She carried a shower boognet of bride's roses and white aw sal peas. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Reported for a firs weeks' motor trip tbny the Yellowstone, the bride trav eling tm a street costume of midnight blue trteotine. with a blue duvetyn tat to match. Mr*. Spencer Is a ■MqAw Of Ma Phi Epellon. an hon orary musical sorority, gnd both she and Mr. Spencer are graduates of th* University of Washington. After Osteber l they wIU be at home at S7tt *»th ave. THE GOSPEL AUDITORIUM ■KTKNTH AVE. NEAR PJKE Q«N Addres* at 7J« by Fred Elliott •object; HMm CoaunaadnMtits" ItoM IMf CUsa at Ml B, u. s'fy'H"* |n<ir DATES To Remember Mrt-wiAT, m.r n- Mr and Mr* William Umh4 Baton ■ >u|<pa> panr at IhMr aai%UMr ham* aa L**> WaalDmf tan. n wiur, irarn a— HIM Mltlrad fwrv-a »m»na a* lha Oair flab la «nm»llmaat Mlaa Virginia fthaahaa aa4 Mlaa Jaanaa IlUk*. who ia tka (MM ai Mlaa Kmiir Jarama aniiKiur, at-onrr ♦— Mlaa l>.<rvthaa Marar a lunafcaaa al tk* Tmnla rlak In haaar at Mlaa Jaaa Uarrall, at "Tiinaao. f*rtal|hUf 4an*a al *Mltla TaanM ♦lab Haaarvallana ta nUa at cltlk kowaa. Raa« T««. rni blltt, ACtlt "T *— Mra. R. It W aaaeha Ml lOm Kaiharlna Uika u> marialK al taa kour ta wmlUhm la Mlaa KIMMf KUUI. rwotr. ii urn to— Nartaat Muaa caralaal Ml »altl« Taaota rlak. msmu Mr*. Thorn*# J. Church and tench tor. Miss Nanette Church, will le«vc 1 n«*t Saturday (or Southern Cnllfor rta. whara they will tour for two tnonUva. Miss Church's flanoa, Mr Cecil Armstrong. will Join thsoi later in Oakland, whara the marriage will be solemnised. a a a Mr. and Hit Junta A. nolght. Jr.. will arrive nest Saturday and wtU occupy the apartment at Mrs. H&lght'e Meter and brother In Uw. Mr. and Mr*. Worrall Wilson. at Washington Arms, during their ab sents from the city. e e a Mr*. Peachy, who la sojoarnlng at Cowtchan hay. Vancouver Inland, will arrive today to spend a week In town, the guest of Mr. and Mr*. Keith BuUltL a a a Mr*. Eugene M. C*rr. wt»o has re cently returned from CallTomla. wOl remove on Monday to the Hotel Otis, where shs will reaida. see Mr. and Mr*. Cornelias VanderMlt. }r . who have Inspired much Informal entertaining this week, and at the earns time been a delightful acquisi tion to society. will leave tomorrow for Tscoma and ML Rainier tor ton day*, after which they will prone ad ea their Interesting Journey, motor lag southward to San Dlsgrx s s s Mr*. Eorwefl Putnam I-ITTy left Oils morning for a throe weeks' recrea tion In the Olympic mountains e e e Miss Ruth Hull, of Minneapolis, arrived I art evening to spend a tow weeks with Mias Virginia Merrill. • t • Dr. Charles E. *toorea entertained his parents. Mr. and Mra Calvin E. Moo res, and brother and slstor-ln law, Mr. and Mra. J. C. Moore*. of Min neapolis. last week. The party mo tored west, visiting Yellow*tone park, and art now en route to California, see Mr. and Mr*. norland R Marls, Jr„ left last evening for Lake Crea ent. whera they will spend a fort night. a a a Miss Margaret Ames la entertain Ing her oousln. Mlaa Gertrude Shel don. of Minneapolis, at her Country dub horns. a a a Mr. J. E. Cranston, of Portland, to spending a few days In tba city, s s s Mr. and Mra. E. C. Ward art en Joying an extended sojourn In Call fornla. a a a Miss Edith Prummond Is entertain ing Mr* Harold M. Winter bourne, of Walla Walla. a a e Mr. and Mr*. Albert J. Rhodes are leaving August 2* for New Tork. from whence they will sail on the Aqultanla for a two months' trip to Euro pew s e s Miss Irene E. Knowles and Mrs. Ethel A. Turhlll of New York city are spending a f»w weeks with their grandmother, Mr*. Margaret i'end- Ungton. • as Mra. William O. Perkins with her daughters, the Misses Jane snd Polly Perkins, left today to spend a fort night at Banff and Lake touts*, see Mra. J. M. Macedo has returned from Esks Chelan, where she spent a month pa ths guest of Mra. Wil liam A. Shannon. e e s Mrs. Qeorge Barritt and danghtar*. the Misses Nan snd Vivian Harrltt, will leave tomorrow for a three weeks' sojourn at Banff. e * • Mrs. Ralph Blslr and smell son John will leave Wednesday for Bel llnghtm, Friday Harbor and Euke Crescent, for a short rsofeatlon. HOUSEKEEPERS' SHOES Shoe* have much to do with the ease of doing housework. Regulation walking ahoes ara th* moat comfortable and sensible. The dally oar* of a house Is practically ons walk after another. At leant a woman Is on her feet a good share of the time and she needs a shoe with a broad, strong heel. The height of the heel |*. of course, entirely dependent on one's ln*tep. Too flat heels may cause great fa tlgue and serious trouble with brr ken arches. The right shoes win do as much toward th* comfort and health of a housekeeper as any other happy household hint. hM men have fnrf qoetlHes, but lack th* ons asettuuuy to mail* use jrf ttam. Mask 1 'AW Aqqibiso Miss Barritt has recently returned from Oakesmere to rprnd the summer with hrr par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Barritt. —Portrait by Jamss and Merrihew. CI.!US FOR MONDAY Elsie U Benedict Club Til* Kiel* I Jnooln Benedict thib will m*et at the horn* of Nettle C. I>ee, Jill Rullik* «»<., on Monday. Aufiut I, at I p m. • • • Mmllifli Entertainment fink Th• Marathon Entertainment club of th* W. 1). A. will meet at the homo of Mri How l!eirv»dorff, 65* 1 ISth tvt. South, Monday (vtniiif, August 2. Election of officer*. • • • Women'* KrptibUran flab The first Harding rally of th* Women'* Kin* County Kepuhllcan club will be held at their weekly luncheon on Monday at-Meve'* cafe terla. Jtnlr» Illrhinl A. Ri linger, ex Senator I'llea, William K. l,auhe. and the corporation coun*«-l. Walter V. Meier, will apeak Solo* will lie given by Mr*. A. P. Burns. with flute ohllgnto. Every woman pre*, ent will be Riven a Harding picture and button. The monthly meeting of the club will be held -at t n'elnek In Evergreen hall. Arcade building Mr*. H. F. Shaw will contribute to the program. • * • AnnrnoNAi- cy.m** MUe I/wHre No. 7. D«gn» of lienor, A. O. V. W. A bualneiMH meeting will be held Tuesday evening at t p. m In Ever grwn hall. In the Arcade building Mr*. Hattie McKay* will preald* All member* ara urged to b* pr«*ent. * * * Steven* Wintu'i Relief Corps No. 1 On Angnrt S the au*riary to Ste ven* po-t No. 1. Orand Army of the Republican. will have a picnic at Retell'* hall, veteran'* home at Port Orchard- All come with well filled baskets Boot* leave tha Colman dork, at foot of Msdinpn *t.. *t 10:301 a, m. Special amuwmanU hllv* boen planned. * o * Washington State A**oclallon of Minute Women The Washington Slate Association of Minute Women will meet August 17 at 10 a. m. In the Assembly hall at the T. W. C A., Fifth and Haneca at. All community and city member* ara Invited to participate. • * * Woman's Century Huh f.nnchcon for Dr. Korslud Tha Woman's Century club I* planning a furewell luncheon for Or. Mary Green Korntnd, August *. at the Seattle Yacht club Dr. Korstnd plans to leavs for California August 12, where ahe will make her home. Th* committee In charge will be Mr*. H. K. Hlitni'hart, Mra. F. W. Mela neat and Mi Ha Sara Williams. * * e Y'nlvcmlty Chapter. O. E. S. The University chapter of Order of the KihUrn Star will hold a clain bake at lie* Motrins Saturday even ing. July 31. All member* and their families are cordially Invited. Stage* leave Flr*t and Union at. Bring pic nlc banket* well filled with plate*, cup*, knlvea, fork* and spoons. Cof fee will be served. C'omc a*d apend the day aa well a* evening. For fur ther Information cull Kenwood 798, or Kenwood 104!>. • e * Canadian Woman'* Clnb The Canadian Woman'* club will bold a buakut pUfnlc at Bullevue Hat MISS NAN BARRITT WOMEN'S GLUBS nrday afternoon and even Ins. August IL Kerry leaves Eserhl i-crk at I J*, see Amethyst Chapter, 0. It R. The Amethyst chapisr. 111. O. E ft, will hold It* annual picnic at Woodland park Thursday afternoon, August t. Members and families are Invited. Bring baskrto and dinners at I o'clock. s s s Delta Gamma Hornet ty Delta Gamma will have an an day meeting Tuesday. Augu'l I. at the home of Mrs. Abraham A. Trsmpsr. series Uka Washington The Steamer Atlanta leaves Madison park at 1# 4i. ess Prflowshlp flak A meeting of th* Fellowship chth will be held Sunday at th* T. W. C. A. at 4 p. m. Miss Mary Campbell will addree* ths club on "Why Be a Foreign Missionary*" At I p. m a discussion class will be Iml by Ml«* S. E Springer, after which a social hour will be si>snt with special music provided. All girls srs welcome, s s s Overseas Dub Ths Overseas flub will rtv* the third picnic of ths seanon Sunday at Magnolia Bluff. The members will m<-et at Wheeler st. at 11 a. rn. Mrs Emma Used Is chairman, EDWARD R. KELLJE DIES AT MEDINA Edward B. Kellie president and manager of the Ksllls Burns Booking sssocUtlon, and veteran theatrical man of ths Northwest, died last night st hia horns In Medina, on lite east shors of Lake Washington Ksllls had been 111 at Providence hospital, and on July 4 was thouicht sufficient ly recovered to be taken home. lis Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Valborg Ki llle; a son. Harold Kellls, of Woodinville two daughters, Mrs L. A. Crawford, of Medina, and Mr*. Earl Stump, of Yakima. an<T three brothers. William Kellls of Tacoma. John Keltic of Fairbanks, Alaska, and Clifford Kellle. of Dallas, Tex. lie was a charter member of the Port Tow neeml lodge of Elks. FUDGE FROSTING t cups granulated sugar 1 cup awiwt - milk '/, r*liP rixK-nlata 2 talilr»|iooiM> liiiUrr 1 vanilla Tut »iiKnr and milk In a mtice rmn. Do not stir until It begin* to boll. Add chocolate and atlr con atantly. Try In water. When the oandy form* a aoft bali add butter and cook a couple minima longer ItrtmiVß from fire. I,et root, add vanlllu and atlr until the fiidtre be (tin* to look dull. Spread between the Ityera and on top. If the front- Inn l» cooked too hard work In enough aweet milk or cream to make It upretid. WHO ARK "YOUNG"? The delicate queatlon of "How old la a young woman?" ha a at last been Riven nn nnawer, whether cor rect or not, by the trustee* of a new "hotel for younit women" opened laat week In New York city. According to their ruling, la the turning point from youth ttf~ uut ago, but the next alep In lino. THE SEATTLE STAB Risfcios Arr»CTrwni»iKii W uinjj« d A. Child rinrnlliw Quaes Anne Child Conservation league meet* Tuaaday at K««p"n park. Member* brin* lunch. A bu*l noa» mealing will be held at IJO p m. e e e Woman'* Hub The annual picnic of Ota Woman'* club will he held at Vol unteer park Tuesday at t p. nc e e e War Mother*' lean* War Mother*" League of America. No. 1. meets Tuesday at • p. m. In tha library of tha Armory, Weetere ave and Virginia at. * e a l«lri* to filve lUmlirt Picnic Seattle court No. I and Bvergreen court No t, o. Of A., will hold a Joint bosket picnic In U»* picnic ground of Woodland park Haturduy afternoon and evening. July 11. All member* of the ortlcr and member* of tha Kaxtern War are cordially In vlted to join with ua. tiring basket lunch and cup* for your party The court will serve the coffee. Come and spend A pleasant afternoon with us. "I lovs to est at Boldfa"—Adv. To the Users of Devoirs Genuine Whole Wheat Health Bread Owing to tha recent fire we ara temporarily unabla to supply your grocer veltli (his delicious bread, but within a very shnit time we sh.ill be oiwatliig with an Inoresxid capacity. Yours very truly. Uta Navy Silml Dressing Co. Distributor*. ifywnwffMWßror laU&g K Ncrtritlotm Diet for AO Ages Quick Lunch at Horn* or Office AnU Imitations tsl StktiMu KING OF ALL JOYSf^# I.Terj bod who hai Irnmed rtrretlli 4r~ H 1 the proper modern dance altunlaH more henlfh* pti-aaure for the miliary It e""'" • linn any ntlivr pnntlme—dm-lura pre- V C ' ■erlbe it for nrrtoua rnlkai It enlarge* V jHt ynnr elrele of ilealriilile ■ii|iinlntane*a| keepa line ynnng mill rrjiivrnalea nn> man \ or VII. 1.1 MO wlin ban tbnl llrnl reeling— In V fart, itnnelng U the Ulna of .lata that \ mnUe life really worth living. Take a \ eooplr of leaaona by my eaa; iiielhoil and I Will pro»e la yaor aatlafaetlea. Mill I IMM fourth. roraer Pine. naoee Monday at new K. I*. Hall. ■■ ■ »* ■ ■ i Drama MUSIC In Seattle Conducted by LOUISE ANN ABLE Pupils of Mrs. Gertrude Drunim Give Recital An Inlareatln* piano recital wu given lmJil Tburaday even in* at I o'oloch when Mrs. (ItrUuila lirtimm presented eaveraJ of her pupil* at the realdenr* of Mr. and Mr* C It liaa- Ul4m. 1101 Flrat ava. N. W. The pro p»m follow* Mideumnwr Ni«M'* Dnui . M*nd»i*eotra VlTla* l««U aad UtM! ThornM knnvli Uabrtel M»rt* Ann* Kill Bea« Wttbeat Word* ... OalMl J uAnit* dale* Hveh Oe#rteeeeie ~..Wvbi r<uiHi Thm um loin T*rh*lkew*ky Mimi Jm*M* Mill* MnMU _ Padarewaki Harriet Hill MeaJta* —Aa**i i*d it.« riewe** *««.. rv»i« Juwiu (itlH NwiwM Jtbratua InMtW U-ymt llaiiintu.d Uu l**t»r»»* Katnllr* . U For** Mill* Carrie Jacob* Meed Mabel Thome* Pni'xiala* ..........Cfeeptoi Kt ad* . .Z>u**rt.«r Moth »e*lli4*e Vala* Chromatin u* ..........(Jod«rd u>* Huaa ........... l->*»t llaili Ifei Lta4et> U*l«* Nud*ru>aa I* * * Hadloy Appointed Associate Conductor Tha dirautora of the N«* Turk Philharmonic ha** appoints lleury K. Iladlry aaaoclate conductor of Iha orubaatra fur lite oomlnc aea aon. Mr. Radley to »rr>baMr teat known to tha American public aa a rompoear, but hla experience aa a ' oonductor ha* baan vary ailenaive, 'hat In* aarvid in thai rapacity with tha Laura Hchirmer Mapieaon Opmt <<ornp*ny. tha Haatllf M>m phony and tha Han Kranctato Symphony. In addition to that ha haa acted aa rueet-oonductor with many of tha principal orehaatraa In llila country, the Metropolitan Opera houae and practically all tha prominent opera hotiaae ajH-oad a a a Staccato Notes: lanaa Prtadman. 4l*ttn*ulahed PnlUh plan *t. will make hla flrat tour of America and Canada IhU fall under lha direction of tha Met ropolitan M tabal bureau. Irna/ a PadenweM haa rwHtH the ft C. U frvrn Oxford univcralty. England. K-ipir llclofleM. ha**> baritone. ha* been encash for a all waeka* OBn i-ert tour with Oeraldina Kairar u» include !< appearance* In tha Raat Mm a. Amellta OtlllOupri recently •Imed a contract for a number of appearannoa with tha Metropolitan Opera company during lha aaaaon of mi-tL LEMON WITH . • HALIBUT Halibut la delldWM bo(l«d. broiled, baked or fried. In hot waathar QiS qolckHt war to («ok maat or ttah la the h»at. Flak rut In OlaU. crumbed and fried In deep fat ka always nice to aerve. but hot to prepare. Halibut broiled In the steak and brushed with lemon butter la • dainty morsel and appropriate for summer. Are Vom latmOy Despndat? A prominent writer clalma. Woman tn constituted with a dell aata organism and In nine i-ases out of ten menial depression may be at tributed to an abnormal rendition of the ayslem. which espresses I lee If In nervousness. sleeplessness. bark achea, beadai-haa. causing constant mleery and aa a reault desp<widen cy. I.vdla B. Plnkham's VlflUkle Compound. a almple remedy made from roota and herba, la the one irrent remedy for th|e condition It ■oe* to the root of tha troubla. and overcome* despondency. Skilled Optical Service Good Glasses f5.00 f7.50 *lO.OO DR. L 0. MANN MSf Arcade Building Seattle's JjjjM Leading Dentist || 1 am now devoting my entire time to my , .1' tit.it l" >< t " I make nil examinations and diagnose each rase, as JL well aa do all ejiract- Ing between the 1 m. m My offloca hnvs been W established for mort than a quarter a century, and under m> pernuimi management since juiy U. 1(01. I do not coni|M'te with cheap, transient, advertising dentlNta. My prices urs the lowest eon slstent with first Class work. KDWIN J. HItOWN, n. n. 8. hnallie'* leading llrnlltt » 106 ColiiinbU (It. Every Flower Has a Story All Its Own TIIK NAIM IBSIK Half-love la the algniflcanoe of the narrlaaua In tha flower lengim*e The rnaaon la told In an old Oree.k leifend. Kcho. a beautiful nymph, alwaya had to have the laat word when tklklng to anyone. Aa a pun lahment, Juno deprived her of the power of apeer-h, eirept to repeat the laat word ahe heard. Kcho fell in love with a beautiful youth called Narrlaaua However, he not angry when ahe could not apnak to him but alwaya repeated the taut word he aald. and left her Thla grieved Kcho ao much that ahe pined away and only her v< loe remained. Cupid and Plana der. y) to punl«h Narcleeua by letting him know what It meant to love without return. Narrlaaua had never loved anyone One day ha name to a beautiful pool, and bending over to drink, he aaw hla own fare reflected In the clear water Ha thought it wae a nymph and fall wildly In love with It. How ever, tha rlaion would not anewer when he apok* and dlaappeared when he touched It Narclaaua roamed around the pool and wept. Hla beauty faded until finally he died, knowing what it wae to love hope leaaly Hla body waa trarurforiiied (y" SHORT STORY EVERY DAY SEATTLESTAR - nain 600 - j iPi W \ 1 LOOK OUT! i The big wonder show of the mid summer season is now here—with a continuous performance Sunday "WILD WOMEN" Three comedians with a regular barrage of laughter—splendid singers, snappy dancers and twen ty of the most fascinating, de lightful, dainty,- dancing GIRLS Clad in the fashions of the "Stone Age" Sirprint ; Sensation : Speoialties Sunday and Evenings, 40c Kiddies, 20c f/msMm ■ATTTTTOAT, JTTT.T »t. t«M. Art Into a beautiful bloaarinj with • f4> low mattr, which *m called Nat* claaua. In the cup of the flower, it la auld, the trara of Lb* unhappy youth can bo found. YOUR KITCHEN WALLS If It hu bora derided that th* kitchen walla ahall be painted thui Tall c/iooee the color of tha pain* with an eye for cbeerfulneaa. l>ark green arul "driui" ahnal4 bo% be put Into kiUibena. Juat t nranee they don't ahvw Uie aoil data not mean they do not get Juat aa dirty aa a more attractive color. They aim* ply at up light and make even % would-be cheerful kitchen Ilka a diuta ■eon. Y<-Uow la a good color to dxMM (or any kitchen, but aapeclall/ for mmm with few wLndowa. Yellow i aflerf light and cleana well. Tha tint may be atrong enough to be MtaUoUtl and ■till not be offenatva. THEATRE AND CHURCH Th« problem of how to nyply a* community with both * church tnl thw.tr* on moni'jf aufflclrat for only one building hu Ko»n aolvad In • «m«JI W««u-rn town by building on* inrxe auditorium with a *t»*« at m rnd of the hall and » pulpit at tb* other.