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Early Reservations Made
For Elks Ball Friday
Annual Stocking Fillers' Dance at Armory fo Be Out
standing Event; College Crowd, Home for Holiday,
Expected to Join Members for Festivities
Thanksgiving holidays, the annual Elks Stockings Fillers
ball to be held Friday evening at the Armory promises to
be one of the most outstanding and colorful.
Aided by a large and active women’s ticket selling eom
mittee, under the leadership of Mrs. L. L. Hodgert, the
is making elaborate plans for the affair. M. J. LeVelle
chairman of the ball, which is open to the public and whi
is ?ttmting the interest of the younger people home
Reveal Nuptials
Last Month
Miss Slack, Mr. Spooner
Wed Quietly at Home
of Bride's Parents
Although their marriage
was performéd more than a
month ago, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew A. Spooner (Marga
ret Virginia Slack) have just
' recently revealed the news to
their friends in Tacoma. The
ceremony was performed
quietly in the home of the
bride’'s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Black, im Tilicum on
October 14, Rev. C. Walter
Johnson officiating.
Mr. Spooner is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Spooner, sr., of
8632 80, 66th =t.
Miss Mary Katherine Slack,
sister of the bride, was her only
attendant and Mr. David Trier of
Fort Lewis was best man.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Spooner at
tended Lincoln high school. They
will make their home in Tillicum.
On Wednesday Mrs. Roy J.
Bpooner entertained for the young
couple at a miscellaneous shower.
Guests were Messrs. and Mes
dames C. B. Slack, A. A. Spooner,
sr., Paul Link, Robert D. Link,
Ren Cowell and son Bobby, Fred
Jdynk and Clarence, Mrs. Mary
Rork, Mrs. Lydia Binger, Duane
Burke, Miss Mary Katherine
Slack and Betty Lou and Ronald
* * *
Mrs. Dyer to Entertain
Members of Omah Study eclub
will be entertained on Friday at
one o'clock luncheon at the home
of Mrs. Travers Dryer, 4033 So.
G st. Bhe will be assisted by Mrs.
Robert B. Strobel. Mrs. Alvin
Allard will review “Seven Grass
Huts” by Cecile Halse Matsehat.
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Shower Honors Couple
Recently Wed
Mr. and Mrs, L. L. Vincent who
were married recently were
honored on Saturday evening at
& miscellaneous shower at the
home of Mr. B. R. Smart.
Guests were Messrs. and Mes
dames T. O. Crawford, E. A. Wal
ler, A. J. McElroy, D. H. Atwood,
J. A. Waller, Mesdames Ida Red
ding, May Hertzell, Nora Davis,
Tweeter, Jackson, Delia Vincent,
Ela Hoerling, Misses Ilene Barnes,
end Iris Lee Hoerling,
: * - .
Announce Plans for
Simple Home Woddin%v
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wallin
of Mineral, formerly of Tacoma
and Eatonville, announce the en
gagement of their daughter Miss
Doris Helen, to Mr. Glen L. Hull,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hull
of McKenna. The wedding will
be a simple home ceremony in
early December,
You've itched and scratched and
suffered, but you haven't used
Poslam. Use it tonight and get
our first real relief from the itch-
L‘ and burning of eczema. Poslam
works faster because it penetrates
the outer layers of the skin. It
soothes first, and with the irrita
tion stopped, the skin soon begin:
to improve. Why wait any longer
for skin comfort? Get Poslam to
day at any drug store, 50¢ gqy
$5 to $lO
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' A partial list of the
include the folliwing members
their wives or guests: J.
Evans, Harry Cain, Irving
Earl Irwin, Joseph Jackson,
Weich, Phillip Brown,
Mueller, Norris Johnson, B
King, H. A. Kloepper, T, O.
Joseph O'Reilly, Leo McGa
QGeorge Piper, George Weller,
old Thompson, W. W,
O. W. Walderick, Walter
Frank Bmith, C. H. Fox, Z
Helmer Wold, V. Duckwitz, F.
Diedrick, Fred Sanstrom,
Nicolai, William Bailey,
Wilder, Ralph Short, Perry Moore,
‘Tommy Mallon, Harold Johnson,
Allan Maurmann, Herman Bran
dea, Jobn D. Cochran, Edwin John
son, L. L. Hodgert, Nels K. Johan
son. N
Marold Bird, Nriing Johnson,
N, C. Nicholson, C. V. Morse, Mac
McAllister, W. G. Pinches, E. H.
Webb, W. 8. Anderson, Fred Neid
ner, Leo G. Feidler, Sparks O.
Washburn, Hilton Gardner, Walter
Steel, A. R. McMillan, Walter Cor
bin, Carl Brynstead, Fred Klop
fenstein, W. V. Pessemier, William
G. Mahncke, Elmer Hagen, Max
well Hayden, Tom Makres, Tim
Kimball, C. V. Mettler, A. N.
Drips, Kenneth Lodge,
Dale Kiel, Bertil Johnson, Ster
ling Cox, Russell Harrod, Clyde
Alexander, Vern Nofzinger, Walter
Mierow, Walter Jackson, D. A.
Campbell, Clarence Magnuson,
Dr, and Mrs. Bernard D. Harring
ton, Binar Langseth, William Far
rar, Fred Johnson, Chester Wick
strom, Roy Quinn, Otto Perlt, Joe
Quick, L. A. Pierce, Fred Corbett,
Martin Traub, Roy Maddison, Al
Whitman, Reno Odlin,
Misses Ruby Fair, Mary Hofto,
Karlie Rossier, and Messrs. Leon
ard McHugh, Arthur Mattson and
Charles Zittel.
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Wetmores Announce
Son's Birth Tuesday
On the birth of a son, Richard
Hugh, Mr, and Mrs. A. K. Wet
more (Florence Mackey) are re
ceiving congratulations. The baby
was born in Tacoma General hos
pital Tuesday, November 21,
Grandparents are Mrs. L. C. Wet
more and Mrs. W. M. Mackey.
* - *
Compliment Miss Horn
At Bridal Party
On the occasion of ber coming
marriage, November 35 %o Mr,
Harold Obenhofer, Miss Dorothy
Horn, daughter of Mrs. Jennie
Pratt, was honored at a bridal
shower for which two aunts Mrs.
Ray Catron and Mrs. Andrew As
bjornsen, were hostesses on Fri
Guests included Mesdames Hen
ry Rasmussen, Harold Woldhagen,
David Wallen, Ole Pedersen, H.
Mills, Harold Cook, Ray Olsen,
Martin Johnson, Marvin Johnson,
E. O. McKelvey, Robert McKelvey,
Astrup Asbjornsen, A. Reichl, N.
H. Woldhagen, H. Powers, R.
Wallacher, Jennie Pratt and Misses
Pauline Powers, Judith Lockdahi
and Alice Morria. |
Melvin Paulson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clitfford Paulson, 925 Ridge
wood ave, celebrated his first
birthday recently.
the Ideal Gift
Camp or House
o e =
soles, 245 Soled
BoNellßy s
had .
P ans LN
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Delta Pi Omicron to
tain Alpha Chi Nu and
Guests Wednesday
Gay decorations have been
planned to carry out a Thanks
giving motif for the informal
dance which members and
pledges of Delta Pi Omicron
fraternity at C. P. S. are giv
ing Wednesday evening at the
Waller Road community hall.
The fraternity has invited the
men of Alpha Chi Nu to be
their guests at the dance. |
William Lundberg is cnir-ai
for the dance and is being assisted
by Warren Hoit, Bill Stewart and
Garth Dickens. Patrons and pa
tronesses for the affair will be
Dr. and Mrs. Marvin R. Schafer
and Dr. Lyle SBhelmidine and guest.
Alumni of the fraternity who have.
reservations for the dance are the
Messrs. George Fisher, Pat Steele,
Jack BEnright, Henry Graham,
James Amtson, James Hicks,
Charles Gleiser, Douglas Shurt
leff, Russell Post, Walter Stroud,
Jack Kimball and Albert Turrill.
Guests will be the Misses Juli
‘ana Macpherson, Anita Sherman,
Fern Osgood, Anita Wegener,
Betty Brock, Julie Bellus, Barbara
Jacobson, Mary Ann Jelusich,
Margaret Jelusich, Patricia Glover,
Nadine Engh, June Peele, Esther
Sandstedt, Patricia Davis, Rox
anne Dyer, Bette Jane Graham,
Louise Shea, Patricia Morley, Vir
ginia Judd, Patricia Coatsworth,
Doris Nelson, Janice Green, Doro
thy Royn, Ardis Hanson, Patricia |
Nicholson, Grace McLean, Virginia |
Ludwick, Myrtle Hard, Sue mk-i
ham, Barbara Johnson, Junos
Warp, Lucy Spaeth, Virginia Ma- |
son, Vera Healy, Mary Lou Jen- |
nings, Harriet Peterson, Ruth|
Switser, Frances Whitman, Mar-|
garet Steele, Lucille Saugen and
Virginia Kidd. l
Escorts for the evening from
Alpba Chi Nu are William Hop
pen, Willlam Wood, Olaf Emblem,
Arthur Gerla, Lloyd Baker, John
Poling, David Palmer, Robert
High, Edward Markusen, Lee
Foreman, Edward Granlund, Rob
ert Hutchinson, Lee Amidon, Rob
ert Berg, Philip Garland, Harold
Johnson, Thomas Hlill, Emerson
Elder, John Clifford, Terry Ander
son, Thomas Barker, Walter Hal
len, Robert Hamiiton, Charles Hill, ’
Lawrence Lavik, Roland Luts |
Walter Olson, Lioyd Morse, Rich- |
ard Palmer, Bert Poling, James |
Shuster, Harry Wilson, Raleigh |
Utterback, James York, Charles)
Dever, William Riddle, Peter|
Dempsey, Fred Beck, James Cov- |
ell and Bronson Brigham, !
Hosts will be the Messrs. Garth |
Dickens, Warren Hoit, Robert |
Bjorklund, Bernard Enright, Don-|
ald Pearson, David Davies, wu~'
liam Lundberg, Donald Raleigh,
Philip Raymond, William suw-n.i
Richard Cline, Deith DeFolo, Earl |
Mamlock, David Harris, M‘
Shaw Howard Stine Richard|
Wiesner, Jack BSeitzer, Harold
Brummell, Richard Eadie, James
Cececanti and Earl Van Siyke. '
. - -
Thirty-Seventh Wedding l
Anniversary Marked ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sheldon were
surprised on Saturday evening at
a party marking their thirty
seventh wedding anniversary. |
Guests were Messrs. and Measdames
D. E Frey, E. H Parsons, M. J. |
Couillard, K. 8. Sheldon, Hernod
Sheldon, all of Tscoma, Urbin |
Bouttette, N. E Brayfist, Arthur
Collins, Beattle, and Mr. J. A,
Bheldon, Mr. 8. W. Enger and Miss
Betty Enger of Everetl, g
Ch¢ Coacome Cimes
Mr. Sidney Peterson Suvdo'! j
Of much interest here s
wedding, solemnised Sunday M“
noon in Ilwaco, of Miss Gaynell
Mae Inman of this city, daughter
Mr. and Mrs, William Kenneth
Peterson, son
Peterson of Tacoma. Vows were
read at 2:30 o'clock in the Ilwaco
Presbyterian ehurch by the Rev.
Ward McHenry.,
Mrs. Keith Jones of Portland
played the wedding march from
“Lohengrin” on the organ preced
ing the ceremony. Huckleberry
greens, ferns and white ehrysan
themums provided a eharming
setting for the candielighted cere
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of white
slipper satin, cut along empress
lines and fashioned with leg o’'mut
ton sleeves which tapered to a
point at the wrists, tiny buttons
down the back and a small train.
At her throat was a string of
pearis, a gift of the bridegroom.
Her finger-tip vell fell from a
coronet of seed pearis and she
carried a bouguet of white rose
buds and bouvardia, tied with
satin ribbon. Miss Maxine Inman
was maid of honor for her sister.
Miss Helen Anders was the brides
maid and candielighters were Miss
Bernice Speaks and Miss Sylvia
Asp of Tacoma Mr. Herbert
Haynes, brother-in-law of the
bridegroom, was best man and
ushers were Messrs Corwin Mec-
Lean of Corvalis, Ore., ecousin of
the bride, and Robert Saunders of
The maid of honor wore & Mght
green bengaline dress with a full
skirt and short jacket with bustie
effect. She carried a nosegay bou
quet of Talisman rosebuds and
‘The bridesmaid’'s dress was of
ilucm bengaline of the same
‘style as that of the maid of honor
‘and bher flowers were also the
same as the senjor attendant. The
candlelighters wore peach chiffon
gowns with accordion pleated |
‘skirts. They carried white tapers
and wore diamond eclips at the
‘throat. Their flowers were button
chrysanthemumas. i
A reception at the home of the
bride's parents followed the nn-'
mony, the mothers of the bride
and bridegroom joining the wed
ding party In the recelving lho‘
Mrs. Inman wore a grotto ihn’
crepe afternoon dress, black ac
cessories and Tallsman roses, and
the bridegroom’s mother wore &
fuschia crepe afternoon gown,
blue accessories and Tallsman
Chrysanthemums & sutumn
tones were used throughout the |
rooms and appointing the eouu-’
tion table were yellow chrysan
themums and yellow tapers ln.é
Bill Daupe cut the bride's cake,
Mrs. H E. MclLean of Corvalis, |
aunt of the bride, served the ices, |
and Mrs. B F. Inman of Ridge
wood, another aunt, poured As
sisting were Mrs. Herbert lvhymi
sister of the bridegroom, Misses
Bernice and Marjorie Chnstenson |
of Tacoma, nieces of the br\do-i
groom, Berntza Williams and
Mona Saunders of llwaco
A barvest wine colored dress
with & shirred jacket was worn
by Mrs. Peterson for going-away.
Her coat was black with a fox
eoliar and bher accessories were
biack. Her corsage was of white!
rosebuds, Their new home will be
made at 644 No Trafton in Tw
coma after Nov. 20
The bride is a graduate of I)-
waco high school and the Tacoma
General Hospital Bchool of Nurs
ing. The bridegroom s » Btadium
- . .
Men’s Bible class, First Covenant
chureh, will give a Bcandinavian
Thanksgiving service Thursday at
10 o'clock. Program will include
sermon o Bwedish, i
Miss Clifton
Becomes Bride
Yhode . Paul Smith ot
Ceremony in Temple
Baptist Church
The marriage of Miss Vir
ginia Clifton, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, James A, Clifton, to
Mr. Paul M. Smith, son of Mr.
and Mrs, Alton Smith of
Trenton, N. J., was solemnized
at half after four o’clock Sun
day afternoon in Temple
Ba%tht church, The Rev, R.
L. ow;ll xarlofimotd tl'u cere
mon e of many
nnju {n a uflft'l‘l of bronze.
and golden chrysanthemums
and palms, ok
Mr. Lowell Shull sang “T Love
You Truly” and “Oh Promise Me,”
accompanied by Miss Evelyn Hop
kins, and Mrs. Roy Beddoe played
‘the wedding march.
~ Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of white
lace over gatin, made with a short
train and a sweetheart neckline.
Falling from a dainty lace eap,
was & full length bridal vell. Her
flowers were a bouquet of swan
sonia, gardenias and roses.
Miss Josephine Clifton was maid
of honor for her sister, Miss Doris
Cook was bridesmald and Mrs
Virginia Bifford lighted the candles,
Mr, Gene Sutton of Beattle served
Mr. Smith as best man and ushers
were Messrs. James A. Clifton, Jr.,
brother of the bride, R. Sifford
and Harry Shull |
All the bride’s attendants wers
gowned In gold taffeta, the maid
of honor and the bridesmald wear
ing gold lockets, gifts of the bride,
and carrying colonial bouquets of
chrysanthemums and roses.
A reception in the roof garden
of the Masonic temple followed the
!my. Mr. and Mm. Clifton
joining the bridal party in the re.
the guests In & teal blue gown,
Her corsage was of gardenias.
Yellow and bronze chrysanthe
mums decorated the roof garden
| for the occasion. Miss Alice Cook
was In charge of the guest book
and Mrs. Hazel Berger and Miss
Chariotte Prince took care of the
gifts. Pouring were Mrs. W, B
Barger, Mrs. R. G, Hunt, Mrs. O,
Spuriock and Mra. 8. Matousek,
Miss Verna Tegland of East Stan
wood eut the bride’s cake. Assist
ing were the Misses Peggy Cheney,
Margaret Hall, Helen Cole, Audrey
Spuriock, Marcells Frederick,
Jensie Ward and Margaret Hunt
C. Berger, H. Berger and Gene
Ehtto.. who passed the wedding
For traveling, Mrs. Smith chose
& tatiored blue suit with which she
wore & white blouse and blue scces.
wories. The new home will be made
in Tacoma after Dec. 1.
The bride sttended Btadium high
school and Pacific Luthersa 00l
lege, where she was affiliated with
Deita Rho Gamma. |
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Mr. Taylor to Be Honored l
At Birthday Dinner
Mrs. W. A Taylor will entertain
Wednesday evening with & birth.
day dinner for her husband in their
home on Day lsiand. The dinner
table will be centered with an ar
rangement of gourds and greens
with tall bronze tapers. Bouguels
of yellow and bronze chrysanthe
mumas will be used throughout the
other rooms. Bridge will be played
after dinner.
Guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
F. B, Ketner, Mr. and Mrs, Ben
Grimes, Mr. and Mrs, Mat Opge
north, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mar.
tinetti, and Mr and M. E J.
| Fenley of Seattls,
Shower Fetes 1
Mrs. Adams
b of Gy Ac
Comphimented Mon
day Evening
~ For Mrs. William Merritt
Adams, the former Mims
Eleanor Foley, a bride of early
autamn, Mrs, Russell John
son, Miss Kathieen O'Brien
and Miss Rosaline Koval and
other members of the Y.L.L
drill team entertained st a
bridal shower Monday evening
at the home of Mrs. Johnson
During the evening M
Adams was presented with a
gift of sterling silver for her
new home,
Favars were won during the
evening by Miss Koval Miss Gesta
Kaleol, Mins Mildred Manley and
Miss May Meyer
The Ince coversd table was bean
titully arranged with large whits
chrysanthemums and white oan
dies, contered with » bridal eake.
Individual heart-shaped molds of
100 aream were served.
Those present to bomer Mm
Adama were e May
Meyer, Loora Berry, Bore
vieh, Patricta Kalesl,
Murtel Riskard, Mautey,
Margaret . Meles Arm
strong, Plarcs, Prances
Kowal, Whelan, Minnie
Grubhe, Virginia
Patriota Hrewahan, Mar-
Foley, Julia Souss and Mes,
Alles MoGowan, Mrs, Orville
Bombardier, Mrs Mary Louise
Snyder and the hostesses, Mrs.
Johnson, Miss O'Brien and Miss
Mr. and Mra. Adams are now st
home at 204 No. Tacoma ave,
. - -
Lincoln Students Anticipate
Lincoln students will gather at
| the annual Foothall Night dance
at 8 g'clock to honor their football
squad on the eve of their tradi
tional Thankagiving Day game
with Btadium.
Dancing will start at § o'dlock,
with intermission entertainment at
9:15, HMighlighting the entertaine
ment will be & pep rally with »
soore of alumni scheduled to speak.
E. R Schwars, football coach, and
| Jnek Godfrey, team eaptain, will
also talk, and the team members
will be introduced.
Former Lincoln students who
Rolfson, Richard Johnson, James
Mosolf, Frank BStojack, Dr. Fay
Nace, Willlam Weicking, Fred
Heany, James Brooks, Jess Brooks,
Carl Wasmund, George Wise, Jerry
Geehan and Larry Museby. B. O,
Beal, principal, will be master of
ceremonies for Lhe program.
| Also on the program besides the
| customary school yells and songs
(will be & whistling solo by Delton
Dinger, talented yell-king, and &
demonstration of baton-twirling
by three majoreites, Misses Doris
Long, Jo Ludwig and Beverly
Btecle. Arnold Rukan, president
L of the Student Council, which an
| charge of the program.
| Novel decorations in the pigskin
| motif are being pianned by Miss
I Marion Carson snd Stan Warp,
[decorstion heads. Miss Marguerite
ments ?
Other commities heads are Miss
| Ruth Jorgenson, publicity; Aldo
| Busch, floor; Robert lufer, eheck.
{room, and Gerald Hadley, pro
| gram.
: - . -
Miss Niesen ls Honored
Complimenting Miss Margery
May Nissen who will wed Mr
' Robert John Bransche, December |
9, Mrs. Richard Niesen enter '
tained at & silver shower on Wed. |
lm;m, The party was & |
surprise following & club mesting. |
. Honors for wers won by
Mra MWI” Geraid
Gippie, Miss Rochells Halverson |
and Miss Helen Kiraball !
Guests were Mise Helen Osbh,
Miss Nissen, Mise Halverson, Mise
Kimball, Mrs. Gripple, M. Tittle
and Mrs Niesen i
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Twin Boys Born {
Mr. and Mrs Rayburn Madden,
Jr, sre the parenis of twin boys
born Nov, 16 st the Tacoms Gen
eral hospital Mrs Hedden for
merly was Miss lrms Wallars, |
Grandparsnts are Mr, snd Mrs
Frank Waiters, 3620 So. Lst and |
Neuritls pains are often relieved |
and nflamed nerves ususlly e
spond quickly to the healing infiu
ence of this widely used remedy.
Hundreds have written grateful
letters about happy resuits. One
bottis will convince you, Ask your
only sl. Money back if not sat
\afied. adv., |
| ..-unno-‘-'md
Puyslug, Snneunes
!-o d: fi
- Jobm Apthenp,
of Tacomn. The welling date hee
wot yot been et
'Historical Tea
To Be Fridey
First Study Under Dn
Wheeler Manned for
Women's Club Deph. ¢
The first historieal sty
Dr. Edgar C,
held in the clubhouse
morning at 10 o'clock.
A on 1
T e
F ~ of
ogue md
8 t will follow at 2
o' b
Mrs. Mareus C. Davies "
view “Valley of the Glanis® by
Peter B. Kyne,
The first session of the Inter
national Relstions department will
also meet Friday. Mrs. Frank A
Cole, chalrman, hes called the
meeting for 12:30 and will pre
{sent Mrs. Overton G. Ellis In
| informal talk on intewnational e
| istions,
Mra. B M Denamore ls shaire
| man of the afterncon tes and will
present as a musioal festure Har
old . Brommell who will sing »
group of Golden Jublies songs, the
words written by Mrs Husier
Kennard, Mre. Quesna Miller and
Mrs. Homer A. Hartwich with mu
sie by Mrs. Melen Congdon whe
will also piay the svcompanimenis,
| Mre. Dorvothy Pay Gould of 8o
American Pen Women, and &
ivm« of note will b gusst
| speaker. Mer tople will be “Up
land Down the Puacific With the |
| Barty Explorer
| Mrs. Densmore will earry out &
| Thankagiving motif in her iabie
| decorations. Bhe has invited Mre.
| Bthel M. Dunseth and Mrs. Maltie
| Koons to pour,
Housewarming Honeors
Mr, and Mrs, Erickson
A surprise to Me. snd M
Clarence F. Erickson was the
house warming for which & group |
of friends entertained on Saturday
evening. Mrs, Andrew Nohs, Jr,
and Mrs. Albert M Ouymhi
charge i
Guests were Messrs, snd Maes- |
dames Joha B Bmith, Marcld Mae-
Pherson, Garfisld Rodeide, Andrew
M. Soha, jr., Albert M. Guy, Kermit
Hoggernems, Harry Tiedeman,
Ronald L. Persing, Donald W. Bes
sions and Dr. and Mrs. Roger
Make It Easy to Keep
Your Eyes Right!
4 There's ne seed b 0 smerifics your eymight to yous
budget whea you ome Beve glaeses v o change
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Dr. H. C. Nickelsen, Vice pres. and Gen. Mygr.
920 Broadway ;
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ra e orvics Al 6821
wish, Vonhwe Chibe
day evening in The Waller
suthor of the bt wller
“Ferdinand, the Bull” Wi
the group how he cume Wpon
completed It in less than forty
minutes time. He ahe el
his lntest ook, “Puir Play.*
ernment and polities in terme
which are understandable and
Poramnd . bet 1 e
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[ Mre. Mildrad Pamhea, otk :
| Beattle, Mr. and My J. Owess
| st Mrs. Nell Palahow,
| Pridny for 13:00 lunchoon ot e
Yakima ave
| poned untll Desomber 30 o 5 the
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