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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, August 12, 1921, Image 12

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Seattle
%Society
Assistant.* Named for
Pre' Nuptial Garden
Tea; Charming Affair
Given Today; SupfH-r
Dance at Tennis Club.
ARSISTINn Mr*. Corwln Sheridan
Shank at th* garden tea »he I*
giving at her horn* n**t Wednes
day altertHwn. from 4 unUI I
o'clock. complimenting her dmigh
ter, Mi» Knthertne Shank, who on
UntutHlar evening, September! 4.
will borons* the bnd* of Mr Arthur
Trumbull l<o*. will b* Ml*. A. K.
Fl-ken. Mr*. W V Thompson. Mr*.
Frrd Kvet-ett. and Mlm Vtlo McVey.
wfto will reien• with the bostoee
and th* bonor guett.
Among those who will assist ar*
to be Mr*. Frank J. Martin, Mr*.
Abel K. Tsrkea. Mr*. Frank I*
Dow, Mr* Jam.* r>. Ksary. Mr*.
Gertrude Bmwley. Mr*. Howard r.
Mcßae. Mm. lieorg* H Blgga. Mm
George Youell, Mr*. Rob*rt Dish-
Man. Mm. Andrew McAuley. Mr*.
Harry Co*. Mr*. Fred l*lkin. Ml*
Keith, Him Km ma Whit*. Mis*
Margarv' DeUuicy, Miss Alma Cal
houn. Milis Dorothy MIM
Marjurl* Schuett. Mia* Alice l-oul»e
McDonald and Mine (Intrude Jan
• • •
Mrs. Pierce Entertains
With Charming Tea
Mr*. John O. PleYv* entertained
with a charming bridge tea at her
borne this afternoon. Sweet pea*
and all the lovely garden flower*
War* used In artistic arrangement
thruout the rooms, where Mr* Will
lam Howard. My* Krederirk Boyd,
Mr*. Charles 11. Winder* and Mra.
Howard W. Parish assisted A moot
Attractive basket of ok! -fashioned
flower* adorned the handsome tea
table, presided over by Mr*. P. W.
Smith and Mr*. George R 1 jine.
were assisted by Mlm Ruth Pratt
Mis* Krance.i I»l*pce, Mis* Catherine
Howard and Mia Molly Pierca.
• • •
Hostesses at
Supper Dance
The hooteoaea for the »urt»r dace*
•t tha Tennia club thla evening are
Mrs. John D. Farrail, Mr*. Jrnnaa
Poster Ho**. lira. George Thunui
Hcod. and Mn. Harry Whitney
Tw*t
a • •
Informal Tm Given
by Mrs. Butler
Mra. Jason D. Butler entertained
thia afternoon at her hone with an
Informal tea, complimenting Mr*. C.
P. Oggloaby of New York, who I* a
tWIor In the cltjr. and Mrs. Karl
tm Horn, who haa recently returned 1
from * trip to California.
• e •
"Mrs. Dickinson
btmcheon hfostr*s
Mr*. George W. l>ickir,.-<r)n enter
tained today with a prettily ap
pointed luncheon of ten covers at
ker home, complimenting Mrs. M
K. Kirknun of K vans'on. 111, who
la the meet of Mr*. John Soy.*.
Last Tuesday Mm. J"ickin*on wn
hoetee.-. at * luncheon, given to
honor Mra. Hubert Inglis of
Newark. N. J., the hoUM guest of
kar staler. Mr*. James A. Itatght.
Oarer* were placed for eleven.
• • •
Music Lectures at
Sorrento Hotel
I .aura Jones Rawtlnson of
ls giving « number of very
Interesting lectures on muaic at the
Hotel Sorrento. This afternoon aha
aiwfce »t 1 o'clock and thla evening
at t:IS "he will deliver another • lee-
The patrons and patronesses
far the lectures are Mr*. A, B Stew
art, Mr*. A. 8. JJullltt, Mr» AJoxan
4ar Balllie, Mrm Loulaa Van Ofla
Dean Irving M. Glen, Mr. David
■cheetz Craig and Mr. Carl Page
Woad.
eke
Sewing Party
Mrs Harvard C. Moore entertained
the buJlea of Fort I-awton at her
«*artrr«. Tuesday afternoon with a
punch and sewing party.
Pretty Wedding
Solemnized
% BeauUful In Ita stmplirity was the
wedding of Mlsa esther wickstrom
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Wick
Strom, to Mr. Carl if. Bloomquist.
Which was solemnized Wednesday
averting at the home of her parents.
MW 24th ave. N. W . Bev. K Kri
borg reading the service at I o'clock.
Bhasla daisies, sweet peas and
dahlias In profusion adorned the
home and banked the bower In the
drawing room before Which the vows
were exchanged. Preceding the cere
nKiriy, Mian Melrna Johnson wing de
lightfully "O Promise Me." and fol
lowing, "I Love You Truly." LilUe
Mian Klflle Olsen at the piano, accom
panied by Master Tommie Miller on
his violin, played the Ujhengrin
Wedding Man h. Miss Linnsa Nord
qulst, couain of the bride, waa th!»
maid of honor, and waa attractive in
a gown of pale blue satin with an
•verdrapery of white lac*. Her now
era were a lovely shower of pink
sweet peas. Miss Hazel Wlckstrom.
another cousin, win dainty in whits
organdie, and carried white sweet
,peas prettily showered. The bride
was exquisitely gowned In white
crepe meteor, and her tulle veil fell
the length of her long court train.
It waa arranged In coronet effect,
and garlanded with lilies of the val
ley. Her arms were filled with a
beautiful shower of bride's roses.
Hnrold Ronngren was groomsman
for Mr. Blomquist. Mr*. Wlckatrom,
the bride's mother, wore a gown of
black saUn and old lace. An In
formal reception followed the «-«rn
»n»ny, and at the supper table, which
was centered with a low mound of
sweet peas, Mrs, Warner Wlckatrom
and Mrs. A. Olson dispensed hospi
talities. Mr. and Mrs. Bloomqulst
left on an extended wedding trip
thru the Middle Kast, the bride at
tired In a midnight blue costume,
with which she wore a hat of burnt
orange duvetyri. After November 1,
they will be at home In Bremerton.
• • •
Luncheon in Tacoma
Honoring Mr*. William Hvunaaon
♦Catherine Hughe*), a recent bride.
Mrs. Edwin J. Bemis entertained
with a bridge luncheon at ber home
ta Taoor— a/lamnoa
Dinner Dance ,
Mr. and Mr*. C. T. Orwff »HI be
hosts lit their homo on Queen Ann*
1111 l this evening, entertaining with
an Informal dinner ds.no®, compli
mentary to Mlsa Dorothy Merrick
Among the guests will be a numhrr
of officer* from the U. S. S M is
slsslppL
• • •
Matinee Luncheons
Continued
Ths matinee luncheons at the
Wiiiumi'i ValvuMty club h»ve been
m pofular thin sum tit* r that th>-y
will be mnUnunl thru the month
of September. Th# hiMtNum for
nrxt Wednesday wtil be Un. Ms
Hon Kdwards ami Mi* J»mo« A
JJcMiran. Hereafter th* clubhouse
will bo cJonod In th* evening.
e e e
Dancing Party at Home
Mr. Lorenao Cr*btree will enter
tain with a dam-lug party Saturday
evening at the home of his parents.
Dr. snd, Mrs. teewge Crsbtree.
Twelve couples will enjoy the fostive
occasion.
see
Golden Wedding
Anniversary Celebrated
Celebrating their golden wedding
anniversary, Mi. and Mra. John
Murray, who formerly Uved In Mil
waukea, Wli, were hosts to forty
friends at their home last evening
As a surprise to ths hosts a uniqus
arrangement for presenting their
gifts was devised by the guesta In
the form of a suspended golden bell,
which at the appointed time myster
iously showered Its golden gifts at
the feet of Mr and Mr*. Murray.
Mummer flower* In go|®*n tone*
were used In graceful sprny* In all
the moms. 1-star a dainty buffet
supper was served.
ess
Service at Little
Tea Shoj) Saturday
Kenton Hill guild will be In oharg*
of the Little Tea Shop of the Or
thopedic hospital Saturday with the
following ladies assisting; Mr* !(_
H. tilasa, Mrs. ti. W. McNaugbton.
Mr*. N. V. Wi<-k*r<ham and Mra
John F. Main. The following Camp
fir* (Itrls wiU dispense ths service
In ths dining room: Mis* Alice
Turner, Miss Kalhorina Mahoney,
Miss Helen Kretslnger Miss Helen
HinsdaJe and Miss Mary Main,
guardian.
s s s
Phi Mu Sorority Tea
Phi Mu Sorority will entertain
with a tea at the home of the Misses
ltuth and Muriel Wood. 1505 21st
ave. N.. Saturday afternoon from
3 30 until • o'clock.
Thrift Shop Makes
Appeal
The Thrift Shop la making an ap
pealer mens and boya* clothing,
also shoe*. During the tnonih of Au
gust tha nhop. which la Operated for
the benefit of the Orthopedic ho*pi
lal, will lie closed on Saturdays at 1
o'clock.
e • a
Laxcn Party
Mlso Porta Christiansen haa <rt
ten.lad U>vila.Uous for A lawn party
at her hojne. 21JT 4ld Ave H. W"., 18.
morrow evening. Mia* Christiansen
will be assisted by her Alter. Mra.
Patrick O'Donneil.
• a a
Mr. and Mrs. Albreeht
Dinner Hosts
With Mr. ami Mra. C. T. I* Fran re
who are leaving Hunday for Call
forrla. aa the honor guest*. Mr. and
Mr*. T. B. Albreeht were dinner
hoeta at tbetr home laat evening.
Covera were marked for twelve
guests around tha board centered
with an artistic array of Shasta
daisies and swe«t peas.
a e a
Moonlight Dance
The dance to be given by the
InterlAken Guild of the Orthopedic
hospital next Thursday ovatung. at
the Tarht club. Is to be a "moon
light dance" and many special fea
ture* are being planned for the
affair by the committee In charge,
which consists of Mra. P. J. Aaron,
Mr*. A. U. Mchacfer. Mra. John C.
Boyer. Mr*. Thoa. M. Askren. Mr*.
K. U. Bates, Mr*. K. H. Dodge.
Mr*. W. H. t'tter. Mra. O, K
Cooled re and Mr*. H. 11. Collins.
All friends of tha hospital are
welcome.
Is your appetite" uncertain—your
digestion impaired?
Why the food we eat may fail to keep us fit
ONE single food element essential to health! time, Ito 3 cakes ■ day. You will lite tts firtsK
We now know that many of our inefficien- distinctive flavor and the clean taste it loaves im '
cies and failures are reaLly due to lack of a your mouth. ,
health-maintaining element in food —the water- . _
soluble vitamine. Scientists are agreed that with- ~ vf. .7 table at home and try ft as a
out this one food factor we lose Appetite and sandwich filler or spread on crackers. Have it
weight and fall off in health. delivered at your office and eat it at your desk.
. It is good in milk, and many like it just plain. If
This ts why thousands of men ana women who troubled with gas dissolve it first in very ho%
are eating otherwise good and wholesome meals water. This does not affect the efficacy of
find their energy and vigor slipping. And this is th c yc »,t. Place a standing order with your
also why many have little appetij* and remain in grocer for Fleischmann's Yeast and get it fresh
a state of lowered vitality. daily-
Today Fleischmann's Yeast is recommended as %
a corrective food for overcoming these difficulties, R * n '' ,n "tamp* for the booklet, "The New im
for Fleischmann's Yeast has been discovered to portance of Ywmt in Diet." Bo many tnqulrie* are corn- .
be a rich source of the essential vitamine we need ln 'i»"y for this booklet that it is necessary to m«ke
throughout life. this nominal chance to cover cOHt of handling and mail*
Fleischmann's Yeast is a wholesome, fresh food, A,l " rrKS THK oomi'ANT. &Os
assimilated like any other food. Eat it at any Circen Building, Seattle, Washington.
1 T*-yr-*r—% -
Better digestion from eating Fleischmann's Yeast
Pleitchmann'i Kessf helpa mlI the digenthre organ*, utimtr*
leting and ra*toring normal appetite. Many who harm
booomo little** and fallen oft in weight have regained a
rigor and *e*t unknown for fear* by adding Fleiachmann'a
Yeast to thair daily diet.
Fteiachmann'a Yeast, a freah irWetomt food huild* tip
appetite. It helpa digeit the increased food you eat. In
addition, because of it* freah neee, it helpa your body get
rid of waste matter. It baa been a cent •fir-ally teated in
/ leading medical institutions where ita ralua in correcting
a number of common ail merit a often duo to wrong eating
was clearly domonatratad.
Personal
Mr* Peter W Parlsnn r*tum*rt
today from Tort Lawtan, where ihr
has been th» iu*>t of Cnpt. (Vnri«
Newlove, u. B A. I anil Mr*. Newlove
for a tow ilaya
• * •
Dr. Varney A. Kelly anil Mr*
Kelly have removed from their home
on Capitol hill to th* Haganiuru
aitartini tits, on Queen Ann* hill.
• • •
Ml** Mary Rordman, of Taooma.
will Hpetit) tho week end a* the guest
of l>r. ami Mr*. drome Crabtre*.
• • •
Mr. and Mr*. Pnvld Murray, of
Ashland. Wis., are In Henttl* having
mine Ui attend the golden wedding
anntv*r«ary of Mr Murray'* par
ent*, Mr. *nd Mr*. John Murray.
• • •
Mr*. C. Dudley Dean. of Han KYttn
rl*u, who la the hou*e gu**t of Mri
Peter W. fovlson. and Mr*. W. S-
Fleming returned la»t night from a
motor trip to Mount Rainier.
• • *
Mr*. It. J. Fstter and daughter,
I tatty, are leaving neit Thursday
for a two week*' a lay at llayden
Uka
Mra. Rert Farrar. Mis* Mildred
Farrwr and Mia* Ueraldln* Farrar.
have returned from llayden
Where they have been for several
wseki
* e *
Mr. and Mra. Harry Glenn Stttibs,
(Ivatherine Stuart) are being eon-
Ifratulated uiwm the birth of a daugh
ter at the Mlnof hospital yesterday
morning.
see
Mr. and Mr*. John Fwtng Priee
lire entertaining as their house
guest, Mra. U a Boyd, of Atlanta.
U*.
* e s
Miss flatly Cootes and Miss Kath
srtne Hurley of tawnu, nam* over
yesterday to attend tlie litrtU tour
nainenL
see
Mr and Mrs J. cj lUh»i and small
daughter arw returning Saturday
from California for a brief visit with
Mr and Mr*. Charles II Itebb, en
route to their home In Now Turk.
* • •
Dr. James Shannon Is spending a
fortnight at Shannon-oa-Chelao.
ess
Mlsa Virginia Hurlbut of Ment
elair. N. J., who has been spending
the week as the guest of Miss Or
trude Schula, left last bight for her
home.
• a e
Capt Lowell W Rooks. 0. a A.
of the tilth Infantry, of Nogalss.
Art*., and Mr*. ll<As announce the
birth of a daughter, Shirley, on Wad
nesday, Aug. 10.
e e e
Mr. and Mr* Kenelm Wlnslow. Jr..
hav* removed from the Washington
Arms, to their new bom* at 1:2;
Crockett at.
Movies Affected
by Economy Fever
NTCW TOBK. Auk IS —The pub
tic's "economical ilrMk* hu aer
loualy affected attendance at moving
ptctufla houees. and many ar# now
on the market.
Prohibition Favor
Grows in Scotland
RDINBI'ROH, Aug. II—PraMM
tloo araumrnl l* be«-oming w< strong
in «>fn* Motion* of Mrotland that
elube «r» brtnf formed to combat
[U spread.
Bishop Is Hiker
From Away Back
l/ON"DON, Aug. ll.—The btahop of
Souihwark la now walking two mil*«
a day in preparation for a »• mile
hike he will make to all hia daaoer
lea m Keptember.
Located in Seattle's bus
iest community, is Seat
tle's Greatest Little Mu
sic Store.
Universitf losic Store
4312 University Way
THE SEATTLE STAR
Clubs
CM HH FOK HATI'KMAY
Young I Inalltul* Eicurvkwi
ami I lance
Tha Young l,adlea' Inatltuta will
entertain with a moonlight *xrur*trin
and dunce at Fori una park, Waturday
evening, Auguat 13, leaving ljiwlil
poi k at I o'ulonk.
a a a
Phi Mo fcirurtly
Phi Mu Hororlty will entertain
wllh a tea next Waturd*y from 2 30
to t o'clock at Uie home mif the
Mlaaa* Kirth and %l urlal Wood, U'ol
11*1 tva N.
a a a
Annual I'lrnlr
White Hhrine of Jaruaalwn will
hold lla annual picnic at Ureen I<ak*
entrance to Woodland park at S p.
in. Mrtnbera may bring frlenila
a a a
•Inchlre Will Be Onenta of the Mlnmv
walha Dancing flilb
On* hundred jackie* from the
dreadnought Idaho will ouine to
Seattle .Saturday nlglit to be gueata
of th* >linnew«tha lianrlng club at
a dance given at Chrlatauacu'a
llmadway hall. Thi* la one of a
eerie* of entertainment* for Jackie*
rtatloned In Puget Hound water*, the
entire program taring *|<«naornd by
the Keaitl* Chamber of Commerw
• • •
I adieu of (i. A. IC Annual Picnic
A U memiora of potrlotlo order*
are cordlully Invited to attend the
annual picnic of Uie Ijtdie* of the
(trend Army which will be held on
the ground of the O. A. H. honie at
Puyailop Hatutday. Kvaryooa I* re
quested to bring a taaket lunch and
to plan to *p*nd the day.
AUDITION VI. H I M
r»p4ioi nm W. c. t. v. rirtrfe
Capitol Kill W. C. T, V. will have
an all day pienlc at the tniiri« of
Mm (leorga (ttanley, !•"* «3d ave
V. IS. Tuoailay. Aug. 1* Bring
basket lunch Rtfw-lirtn of officers
will uk» place during the day. Tha
' picnic will be In the nature of a re
.eptlon for n'W member* All I. T
I_ and muthers Invtled. Take
Cowen Park c*r and tranafor to Jit
neya for Laurelhurst
• • •
fit mass AmHlw Parter K« I
IVtnnna Angelina l»urlr>r Mo. 1.
Native of Wuhlniton
will n»eet with Mra. E Cannii bael.
110} Jl«t ave 8. W. mday evening.
Auk I*.
• a •
Maple l*aJ nm Na ft
"TTie neit r»ru!»r meeting of Maple
!.e«f I "net No. 11. wilt be bald on
Monday. Aug. 11, In tha Itorwvelt
Veteran* halt. AH Canadian and
British *»t"r»ta ara Invllad to at*
tend.
a a a
fVuuulljMl Wnmtti'l (Ilk
TSe Canadian Womao'a club will
hold a basket picnic Wednesday.
August VS. at the itimner horn# of
Mra R. R. Hpnynie, at Boiling Bay.
Take steamer Burton laying at
138 a. m from Pier 1. Tha return
boat leaves Boiling Bay at 1 iS p. ro
• • •
Health I«rtor»
TV Charlotte PtOnllrr* THTWIiort
will fir* a lecture on health In mwi
ber»" hall. T W. C A building. Fifth
*ve, and fteneca It, T«e»»lay ev«-n
THE CORNISH SCHOOL
Draarut Music Pane*
NKIAJR C (XHLMSn. Dlrrrtor
BOYD WKIXN. ANnHiktWior
«FK«T Tr.trtf riui
AOOI.PIi fwtl.M. I'an' In*
reriOKl KI.I H WPK Y VAica
. K ROBKHT ((CHMITK. tlano
CALVIN Bit M NKllli CADV. Music—Bdu<-atio»~Kermal
Tm;oDnni: nrrK.niNO, Violin
Tll»: F ACt l.T*
tub aritooi. or Tiir. Tnr.tmg
•MAtmiCK HltOWNi. and *KIJLKN VAN VOUCRVBTTBri
OltAt K nARNKtf MORONI OIXKN TUII-DA OUK>N
I*l A XO
ridalia Burgaaa leak llali Rmmetlas Ruddock
Calvm Krainerd Cady Lrfda Hartshor* Martha Kackatt
Nellie C. Cornish Ixirothea ll«pptr Myrtle Ware
Marian Cory»ll klary l.undr Walls
Anna Orant Dall Kllen Wo-.,1 Murphy Alexins Wkiiuat
Xalfctrlne lit biaaoa
TOliß
ma rt"lm rtierdmaa • Jacanea Jott-JenrfTla
Kara T. It. I'sabody Kutia Miring
flOiH
*rraaru X Armstrong Harry Aronaoa Ms 111«1 Uu
TioumrßtM)
etioorge Kirnbner
NnHMAI. KII HIRI
•t'alvln Hrainerd Cady
IIAMiKU
Mari'-rte Avery flara fiatnmirti Reymotir 0
Agatha Ilrown *Mary Ann Wells
«< HOOI. or THE •rnttKN WORD
Mrlrena U Colletle •Margaret rseudergmst Mcl^eaa
I.ydla Kornribr. k
•H«sJ ef the department
CAMPFIRE GIRLS ASIv OTHER
GIRLS TO CAMP AUGUST 24
The acntnr guardian*. junior gumi
dlaiui, *iTlba aaaoclatlon and any
rlil* Intarrated are Invited to gn to
Tamp Wealth W ednaa.lay, Auruat 14,
leaving K»-attle at JJO on the Vlr
gin la 4, (ruin l'lcr 4, at tlia foot of
Hprlng at. Nrlng your bedding, aa
you will have to deep on tha (round.
Alan bring a lunch to rat on tha boat
going over. •
You will ha at ramp for tha ban
<|u* I which take* plar-e on Thuraday
night, and during tha day run row,
rwlm. play taunt* and enjoy ramp
Ufa, Thr trip will coat li t*, plu*
70 cent* boat far*. |l 00 of whlrh
muat he hrwulq iiart*-ra by
Haturday. Aoruat 10, ao extra food
wn ba ordered.
ing. Auguat 14, at t o'clock- A cor
dial Invitation la given the public to
attend Thar* will be no charge tor
; ailmlaalorv.
a a a
Former FU>ri>|a>rt Ibautmln Picnic
The annual all day picnic of form
er Rockport. Hpencer oounty. Jndl
ana. realdenta will ba held in W oral
land Park. Hutiday, Aug 14.
a a a
Neighbor* of Woodcriift
fteattle circle. Neighbor* of Wood
craft, will hold a plcnlo Sunday at
the gummar home of Mia* livruna
Huow at Zenith.
a a e
Wlaronaln f»«ldenia«d riu^
The Wlaconalti Uoldenrod club will
hold it* annual picnic Hunday. Au
ruat 14, at Woodland pMrk. All for
mer realdenta of WLwonaln are cor
dially invited to com* and hrtug their
lunch. cr**n> and augur. Cuffe* will
b* arrv«-d.
Ktaneaa Kunflmrr Oufc
The Kinui Sunflower elub of S»
sttle biui e»t« ti'led an Invitation to
kit fornwr rtnldutt of Kanwt to a
picnic to be held Augunt 30 to Wood
land (Mirk.
England to Save
Pension Millions
IjONDON. Aug. 1J —A saving of
»3«.000.0®« to 910.000,0CA la to be a/
t— led thru the government's bill to
reform tha petioloo sy stent
Dishwashers Win
Six-Hour Strike
BOMK. Aug. 11—Dishwashers In
all tha bewt IlflßM hotala and ma
lauranta struck suddenly. Their
employers granted aU demand* In
ail hours.
Ban on Germans
Lifts in London
I/INTWN, Aug It.— Many of tha
leaser Londun cluba hava repaalcl
tha regulations egajiwt atlmlssiun of
Oarman memtwr*
Forty-Six Years
and No Vacation
CANNOCK. Kng, Aug IS—David
Dakln. a local government employe,
has been retired, after working 41
yurn without a vacation.
Kor French pa«try look up Boldt'a
—Advertisement
Tlila la a firm rhino* to aa* Camp
tfnalth for thou# who were unable ta
*0 to < ,unp thla aummer and for the
other* In have on* laat guod Ulua at
Camp Health thia year.
• • •
Tha Campflra r)lrt a of the Fir* M
K. church hald thalr monthly buai
Be** meeting .it ti.e ctiur> b on Au
guat 4, 1121. It ww* da„ld«d that
thalr duaa ahaJl ba 10 cent* a month,
payable at each bualnea* meeting.
Thla will go Into effect at tha next
bualneaH martins. It waa aiao da
cid> d to hold a oon fact lon- ry aale ba
fore tha beginning of at-.hooL
Tha Wotog** Cfcmpflre Olrla hald
a meating Auruat 1, to dlacuaa and
nuika plana for a week'* trip »o ba
Ukan tha laat w« k In Augiut. Moth
era of tha girl* will be chaperona, a*
thalr guardian U In CaJlfornla. A
■hurt bu-unaaa meeting waa called
Auruat ( to talk oyer tha gubject of
a new guardian. Tha glrla ara an*
loua to have a council flra aoon, ao
they can r«<-eiva tha bead* won Lbl*
■uinmar,
a a a
Tha Cheenalo glrla hald their conn
ed fire Auguat I, at Mrs. Mounton'a
homa. They derided to hava a homa
cooking aula Haturday, Auguat IS. to
raiae fund* for thair treasury, In tha
hopa of paying all of thalr duaa next
year.
a a a
On Auruat I tha Hamilton glrla
had a meeting to pTK'Uo* all the
»or\f* learned at camp and to teach
theui to the other glrla.
• a a
Thirteen of tha Taflan! Campflra
,Otri* hiked to Hand Point fmm tha
rnd of tha Kaventia car Una. They
ate thalr lun>-h at Hand Point and
want nwimmlng.
Tha fftihlpala Oampflre Girls af
funny Hill, four anllea s»>uth of Iten
ton, arrived ho ma Monday from a
wttik's camping trip to Ix«s Moines
<>n Sunday, July Z4. Mrf Harry
lAnfceaeer. guardian, and k few of
the girts went over to camp to be
readv to receive the rest of Ihs girl*.
Flvery day was enjoyed with swim
ming. strolling along tha beach and
partaking heartily of the men Is that
wera prepared In turn by tha girls.
A ceremonial meeting was held Wad
nnsday evening around a Urge camp
; firs on tha beach.
• a a
Twanty two guardians, councilors,
gtrls and friends who went with Ma
jor IngmhJim an his boat, tha "Vol
antl," iTulaing tha Han Juan Islands,
brhig bock a wonderful report of
their trip. Starting Saturday. Au
gust I at 11 a. m, they went thru
the Mallard locks and started on their
threw day cruise. On ths third day.
with ths major leading, they all
hiked to Canal I.alee and went swim
fning. the water being exceptionally
warm. Tha scenery among the la
land* Is Indescribable and tho stm
burned tha girls all had a wonderful
tlma.
Mra. Kdna R Thompson, from
Stanwnod Is b.i'k at Camp S'alth
strain this summer, teaching nature
lot*, snd among the new councilor*
for this period are: Miss Annie Mc
Ke«. Mrs. Maud I. Mil*
Shqart's Final Clean-Up
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Shoes ?
Those ladies who are economically included are j
reaping a rich reward in
Shoe Bargains at Shuart's
I While the heavy buying of the past month has
naturally broken size schedules, still every foot is 4
sure of an assortment of the season's best styles
H from which to choose. r
U . f The prreater part of our While Reiprncloth Pomps U
A v O* A [J" j and Oxforda in plain and combination color ef- A
M iQfcli Jiri i fects, origrinal prices $9.00 and $lO.OO. A few "
P . t [ lines in better size assortment ar»55.95 and $8.95. D
T C C { Broken lots in brown and black kidskin, and a few T
Patent leather, black kidskin; brown kid and calf
rf> F* skin; white buck and nubuck; black, brown and
e gray suedes; black and grray satins. A wonderful
T assortment of good styles.
C fl*Kl IIC: ! Patents, black calfskin, brown kidsldn, gray C
y7 J suede—beautiful styles.
y Also a few styles quoted at $10.95, $11.95, „ J
A -TT~I \ k
t * nt~ Hosiery Specials R
o B The Hosiery Department offers o
I splendid lines of Silk Hose from
9 'j| ~ thor ° Ußhly reliable niakers at ■
& S BIM ■ I P" ces astonishingly low. Browns, |3
J J B ||p w blacks, grays and whites in plain
ji j
CyiallMa
Romantic Love, Ideal Par hops, But Not of Itself m
iMsting Quality
A young girt asks if romantic love in not really the uir:«4
love. Perhaps it is for the moment, but it rarely Uinta long em
than the tumeymoon, and. it never survives the lade o|
strength and delicacy and intelligence, which a woman, after/
marriage, learns to esteem more highly than romance in Ken
husband. 1
It is true that women miss th« little attentions and thM
sugared speeches, but they would miss the necessities of hfm
far more, and the av<vage woman appreciates the comforts*
of life quite as much as a man. . I
No matter how much a girl may revel in romance, ahm
rurely wants the love that lasts.
She cannot possibly realize what a dreary existence thai
married woman takes up alone when the dream is gone, an&\
the sentimental speeches count for so little in the face oM
realities. I
What counts after marriage in the man is his eharactem
ambition, industry, integrity and manhood—these are
make lasting happiness. H
Girls must learn to distinguish between the merely
(motions and the real deep, true feelings that are not alwaym
so easily expressed, even by the young mnn in lore. 1
m
Wber* wta Columbua burladt
INTERESTED^
rtrit ml Seville. whemr*
the bod y vtu rfimwd to Win
homi*o«. Haiti When that
ceded to tkt French, the body
u»m r*mi>vmt tm Havana. mnd after
Hp'tin n lom of Cuba, U tfn tibrn
bai k to Seville *l*4 placed in the
rathedral there.
Je«sla iTitohard, Mlsa Irma I'al*
Miss Huaan Latta. Mlsa Prlacllla
Treat. Miss PrlacUla Ajideraon and
two Mr*. Weeda.
see
It wa* tent stunt nlgtit an Tues
day evening, *a>:h tent oontrihatlng
to the entertainment It was decid
ed to rnisa tha standard of song* l
and not all aing at tha same tlma.
Only one table now sings at a time
unl>'Mi another table wishes to >otn
In the satua song.
e e e
Camp this period la divided tnto
two Lsama and ail match game* will
be played off betwern these toama.
There are 14 tents arid oottages, so
alt the even numbered tents and cot
lag>-a belong to one tram and uneven
to the other. One team will wear
orange bead bands and the other
blue, Friday from 10*10 to 12*# all
games will be played off, consisting
of trnnla, baseball, basket bail
track, rowing, and for Junior girls
there will be potatoe races, three
leggeQ rmoea, etc.
On Thursday night the mawqoar
ada was hald and everyone bad a
very good time.
e e e
Mlas Oraee Brown, executive sec
retary of Cfcmpflre Girls In Detroit.
Mich., and sinter of Miss Ruth
Brown, arrived In Seattle Wednee
day availing, Aunmt 10, to a Cay at
FRIDAY. AT7CTTStT 12. 1921.
HY CYNTHIA GREY
VflM GIUCT wffl mi*» mi
iVI m ml tfci. iapai-twiant at.
Hit Star iffln rati Tn»*4»7« from
• U 4. and a* miber Union bj mp
pointiiMnl, PlriM dm not NBC
on mOter d*r» than Tw«4*f an
kw you lui« u appototai'mt
with Mlm Grey, mm untnprxi*4
vmMmr* tnlrrforc vttti bar wHt
in«.
Camp H«altb for three weeks. Hh»
baa vlsitrd six Camnflra Girls' camps j
»lr«n<]y this HUBIDff, I 1
ASPIRIN I
Name "Bayer" on Genuinti
|
Bnrtn! TTnlem yon *e« th« mim
"Bayer" on package or on tablet*
you ar« not getting genuine Aspirin
proscribed by physician* for twenty
one year* and proved aafa by mil
Itorm Take Aspirin only aa told la
the Bayer package for Colds, Head,
ache. Neuralgia. Itheumatiam. Ear-'
ache, ToothacJbc, Lumbago, and for
Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelva
Bayer TableU of Aspirin coat few
cents. Ln-ugglata «Jm> sell larger
package*. Aspirin la the trsMa mar*
of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetld*
acidastsr of Salicyiicadd.
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