Newspaper Auburn NY Citizen 1930 - 0078

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					                                                                                                                      THE ArBITOTCITIZES, T                           L'KSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1930.
 Contrasts Old haphazard                                                                                                                        t SPORTSMEN TO PLANT                                            mCHT RACING                               SECONO BAPTIST SPECIAL
    Methods of Relief with                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         SERVICES OPEN TONIGHT
                                                                                                                                                         TROUT 8T MOONLIGHT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1 FORMS AT                                The Second Baptist Chun h has R«lle%*a ■ H r a 4 a ra eC«14IVemralgla •■ S i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 h or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                minutes, rbet-ka          the a>at 4aft

        Systematic Chest Plan
                                                                                                                                               ♦          Another shipment of brook                                                                       been successful in securing the ser­ a»d chcrka Malaria la t h r e e 4ara.
                                                                                                                                               ♦     trout fingerlings from the fed-                                                                      vices of Roy L. Brown, a Detroit               000 also In Tablets
                                                                                                                                               ♦    eral field station neef Cortland                                                                      business man, to conduct a series of
                                                                                                                                               ♦     will arrive tonight by Lehigh                                                                        special services which will begin
           • ( B y Ralph H Stahl.)
      Before a systematic program was
  conceived for the caring of unfor-
                                           |ity's Guild and (he Y I, B A , Thpy
                                             are not only given the material he'p
                                              necessary but »helr difficulties aro
                                                                                                                         T                     ♦
                                                                                                                                                    Valley Railroad to be distrtb-
                                                                                                                                                     uted in the streams In the
                                                                                                                                                    North part of county which,
                                                                                                                                                    in recent years, have been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   MEETING RERE                           tonight at 7:45.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mr. Brown has a unique chart
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          method of teaching the Bible truths.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Someone has said of him, "He can
  timates l a Auburn, relief was given       being readjusted and a well-plamned                                                               ♦    stocked through the members ♦                                                                         pack a six months' Bible study course
  in a haphazard manner with men,            program of rehabilitation is worked                                         Qf                    *    of the Cayuga County Sports- ♦
  women and children being encour-           out for them In course of time tl^ey Dr. Carl A. Sundberg                                         ♦    men's Association. Members of ♦
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Osborne Chosen President and              Into 60 minutes."
 aged to solicit for help. There was         will again he Independent and no (                                                                                                                                                                              There will be special music at all
                                                                                                                                               ♦    the club from Cato and Weeds- <•
  no central agency at which to check      J longer a charge upon society.              j   Springfield, 0., Is Main                           ♦     port will meet the shipment *                                Tallman Secretary and                   services. Tonight the young people of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the Second Church a r e planning to
  up on these unfortunates, so that in     I Through the splendid work of t h e 1     ,                                                        ♦    here and truck it to                              the ♦                                               attend in large numbers. Tomorrow
  many cases some families received          various heaJth organizations with                       Speaker.                                  ♦    streams. Owiag to the late ar- ♦
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Treasurer.                       night the young people from the
 help from several sources, while            the co-operation of the medical pro-                                                                                                                                                                         Baptist churches of the county will
  others fully as deserving, received      < fes«»lon of the city, the infant mor-'       Jlev. Carl A ("Sunny") Sundherg.                     J    ^ a » » w , » b e necessary t o *                              At a conference held last evening
                                                                                                                                                                                                                at the home of Llthgow Osborne ln         be here.
 none.                                    I taljty r a t e has been decreased and P I ) . p ^ t o r of the Second Lutheran                     %    " * * « t h e P ^ U n g s by moon- ♦
      There was no supervised program     ' undernourished children are given Church of Springfield. Ohio, will be                             T    " * " ; • „ ■ , . . , „,..,.                   _,      *    South Street a new sailing organiza­         The services will continue every
                                                                                                                                                                            * " » • » ° , <>aP- ♦               tion to be known as the Central New       night this week with the exception
 of Instructive work for children and        the henellts of good food and health the s p e a k e r at the Joint meeting of                    £    nJl^f3
 the alleys and streets were their          building exercise a* the Summer the Kiwanis Clubs of Auburn and Ge-                                J    D B
                                                                                                                                                      » « ? ' *>» ,'° a f     c al
                                                                                                                                                                                      °T   gan,J at
                                                                                                                                                                                                 l \°* *        York Yacht Racing Association was         of Saturday night. They will begin
                                                                                                                                                                                                                formed.       The objects of the new      promptly at 7:45.
 meeting places. Playrooms were              Heulth ('amp The City Hospital and ne%a to be held en Wednesday even-                             J    * a ' 1 }?*?**"                lt
                                                                                                                                                                                       , l \ n 0 t *h« 1        association are the promotion of
 unheard of and only the more for-           the clinics held at the Out Patient ing. October 15, l n the Gould Hotel                          J    ^ " T i o ^                  , °,Ut b f V e . 1 ? . d 1     yacht racing fn this section of the
                                                                                                                                                              e       anted      ,ate
 lunate children were given Kinder-          Department, the public health edura-' at Seneca Falls. The meeting will                           J    J°"           P'                  . atAn!*ht- ♦             state, especially the holding of in-
garfen training. As long as they             "«" a"d          tuberculosis prevention also be known as Ladies' Night and                       J                y ear
                                                                                                                                                    S°me n . » f ° *      a           hen Auburn
                                                                                                                                                                                            .              ♦    terclub sailing matches and lnter-
 ' • u s t grew" they were considered     ' campaigns of the Committee on Tu- j guests their wfv?s and lady friends.                           ♦    trout arrived on the 10 o'clock ♦
satisfactory and It was not necessary                                                       Kiwanians will have as
                                          , belcnlosis and Public Health, t h e , theDr. Sundberg ls a well knowntheir                         *
                                                                                                                                                    w a s UBd r
                                                                                                                                                           4      * «>fy»«ht saving Time. ♦
                                                                                                                                                    train. Eastern Standard                       time ♦        lake regattas.
                                                                                                                        lec­                                                                                       Representatives of nine yachting
t(< have supervised recreation and           Mercy Hospital, visiting nunse sorv- turer in Ohio, although hia appear­
                                            ,ce of
                                                                                                                                               ♦    and it was long after midnight «•                           organizations were present Including
competitive games to improve their                     the0 American Red Cross Chap-; ances in New York^State have not                         O    when the trout were planted. ♦                              the Owasco Yacht Club, the Seneca
health and build proper character.        ; t e r a r f , t a considerable degree re- been infrequent. Ho>^i> formerly                         ♦    A regular meeting, the first of *                           Yacht Club of Geneva, the Hender­
      Unruly, untamed boys were con-        sponsible in making Auburn the                                                                     *     the season, will be held by the ♦                          son Harbor Yacht Club, the Oswego
F.dered as a part of every city. It          healthy city we are fortunate in be-
                                                                                                                                               *    club Thursday night                          at      8 ♦    Yacht Club, the Syracuse Yacht and
v a s generally conceded that they        , « P f ' ^ W d to live In. M,Arm         ,                                                          *    o'clock at the Chamber of ♦                                 Country Club, the Cazenovia Yacht
vould not make desirable citizens,               The health of ma-ny children U
                                            s e ly
                                                                                                                                               *    Commerce.                                               ♦   Club, the Keuka Yacht Club, the
but as long as they did not cause too     I V , * « « d e d at the Day Nursery                                                                 ♦      ♦ * « • « * * « « • » « « « « « «                         Watkins Glen Yacht Club and the
j m e h trouble, they were left to "run   , ^ V S i n T ^ dly * T ^ y u £                                                                                                                                       Cayuga Yacht Club of Ithaca.
% D r,f ers ad  n
       u hand hcongregated on fs! ?•» •                                                                                                        y                                                                   A statement of aims was adopted

Park "benches
                    'rziJ^L                                             Qne
                                                                                      ti'tS^^F^    w   Qr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                by the meeting and officers of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                new association were elected as fol­
                                                                                                                                                                                                                lows:    President Lithgow Osborne
t h t . c o r n e r s . They were ai menace
                                          , w h o a r e th(k u n f o r t u n a t e               vktin,s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                of Auburn, Vice President, Dr. A.C.
and gained their living from house-
to-house begging. There was rio or-
ranization to which to refer them,
to citizens encouraged them by giv-
                                          , f r o m w l l h J n t h e h Q m e w l ) e r e t h e en,
                                          ,v l r o n m e n t ls n o t p r o p c r o r t h e h o m e
                                            h        b e p n b r o k e n u p u n d e r faAlses for
                                            w h i c h t h e v cannot be blamed. Then
                                                                                                                                                               OPENS SEASON                                     Abbott of Syracuse, secretary-treas­
                                                                                                                                                                                                                urer, J. B. Tallman of Auburn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The invitation of the Seneca Yacht
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Club to hold the first interlake re­
ii.g money, food and clothing.            , ] a s t l y w e n a v 6 t h a t i n s t i t u t i o n called                                                                                                        gatta on Seneca Lake towards the
     Not much stress was placed on          T h e H o m e i w h e r e thoee who are fac-
                                                                                                                                     Morford Main Speaker—Re-                                                   end of the 1931 season at a date to
undernourlshed children, the child                                                                                                                                                                              be determined later was accepted.
                                            J n g t h e s u n s e t o f t h e i r lives find a
mortality rate was very high and ' pongenlal place in which to live and                                                                    ports Are Given By                                                      A resolution was passed recogniz­
to be who managed to women. grew w i t h companions of their own age
Ciose sickly men and survive Un­                                                                                                                                                                                ing all classes of boats now being
fortunates faced a dark prospect                   enjoy some of the consideration we                                                             Committees.                                                   sailed by the various clubs and rec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                omending the Ackroyd dinghy for
                 Changes Are Many                  owe them for the part they have ful-                                                                                                                         clubs planning to start a dinghy class
                                                \ filled in making our lives worth                                                       A large number of women were
     What profound changes have tak- ( ^hUe.                                                                                          present at the first' fall meeting of,                                    The classes which a r e represented
en place. No longer do the boys and                    w i t h the Community Chest ac-                                                the Women's Auxiliary of the Y. M                                         on one or more of the lakes were
pirls find it necessary to roam t h e ' c e p t i n g the responsibility for this                                                    C. A. They met in the lobby yester­                                        found to be the Star boats, the 19-
streets. Thoy can enjoy themselves enormous program of health, family                                                                 day afternoon.     Mrs. Charles L.                                        foot Mower-designed sloops of the
in the playrooms, kindergarten, ' relief, child care and character                                                                   Stryker, the president, presided. In                                       kind sailed on Owasco Lake and
playground and library of the building and recreation, duplication                                                                    the absence of Mrs. E. M. Roberts,                                        Barnegat "sneak-boxes".        In addi­
Neighborhood House and the Com- , and overlapping is a%oided and                                                                      K. R. Kester, general secretary of                                        tion there is a class of Class A sloops
                                                                                                                                     the Y. M. C. A., conducted the de­                                         on Keuka Lake and a class of Cape
l.iunity Center. Some of the boys , more families can share in its many                                                                                                                                         Cod boats on Cazenovia Lake.
are In Boy Scout troops and girls benefits. One of the features of the                                                               votional period. Mrs. Howard Ire­
participating in the constructive ■ program Js the central index which                                                               land gave the secretary's report and                                          A meeting o r the Board of Gov^
                                                                                                                                      JUrs. W. R. Davles the treasurer's                                        ernors of the new organization will
program of the Girl Scouts. Many is located In the
boys are receiving benefits from the where all cases areChest office and   registered.              UK. CARL A. SUXDIiEJMi.                                                                                     be held ln the near future for the
ti ree fold program of the Y. M. C.                   This is the story of the changing                                              report.
                                                                                                                                         Mrs. Frank Goodwin", chairman of                                       purpose of adopting a constitution
«V                                                conditions and through the generous                                                tne                                                                        and by-laws and arranging in fur­
   Unfortunate, deserving families are            contributions of the citizens of Au­ president of Thlel College at Green- t h e membership committee, reported                                                ther detail a program for next sea­
having their problems adjusted by burn this worthy and necessary I ville. Pa., and is now the pastor of I                                  Progress that has been made in                                       son.
tr.Nfned workers of the Salvation work will continue to be a part of one of the largest churches in Spring-! e l e c t i o n of chairmen in the various                                                            Mr. Osborne was host to the visit­
Army, the Family Welfare Society, our community program. Some of field.                                                              churches for the coming member­
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ing yachtsmen at dinner before the
Led Cross, Ladi<V Aid of St. Antho- our organizations have been some-,                            He has not announced his topic for ship campaign. Mrs. R. C. Wyllie,                                          meeting.     Those present were the
                                                * what Jfandicapped in their effcrrts. the inter-club mooting as yet, but he I chairman of the House Committee,                                                 following:    Ralph Stllwell, Commo­
                                                  t h r o y / h the necessity of curtailed will choose it from five subjects, I reported on the recent work of that                                             dore of the Syracuse Yacht and
                                                  budgets but with a generous re­ namely. Sugar Coated Pills, Our Bet- ' committee which Included the pur-                                                      Country Club, Tom Dally of the Sy­
                                                 sponse In the coming campaign this ' ter Halves (humorom, speeches), The 'chase of materials and making of                                                     racuse Post Standard and Dr. A. C.
                                 ^Ms>            work so necessary to the health and ' Power of a Purpose. The Measure of i the drapes which have been hung in                                                  Abbott of Syracuse; J. S. Barnes of
    p^egsake                                     happiness of all wuhin our borders! a man, and The i-'ecret of Success. J the windows of the lobby, the
                                                 may continue and those who give,                 In addition *o Dr. Sundberg, the checking over of the dishes and pur-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Syracuse, Commodore of the Hen­
                                                                                                                                                                                                                derson Harbor Yacht Club; R. A.
                                                 may have the satisfaction of know-, Kiuanians and their guests will be I chase of additional needed equip-                                                     Downey of Oswego, R. H. Howell of
        DIAMOND                                  ing that they have made possible the j entertauied by the Smith Family of ' ment.                                                                              Hammondspor^ and A. C. Andrews
                                                 saving of some young person from a Macedon. Activities for the evening J Mrs. Relph Stahl, chairman of the                                                     of Penn Yan, commodore of the Keu­
        RINGS—of                                 life of crime, provided a home for | will be directed by r»r. Elmer E Pur- Program Committee, introduced the
                                                 some innocent little child and helped; inston of Auburn, past governor of speaker, Herbert N. Morford, boys'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ka Yacht Club: W. H. Grant and F.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                L. Miller of Watkins Glen; J. W.
        1{emembranceJ                            In the ever present battle to w a r d ' the New York State District. Dane- secretary of the Y. M. C. A. He
                                                 off disease and bring back to health , ing will follow the dinner.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Norton of Cazenovia; Alan Hawley
                                                                                                                                     spoke on the subject. The Auxiliary '                                      and M. J. Root Jr. of Geneva; Dr.
                                                 those who have been held within the                                                 and t h e Work They Can Do to Help                                         Leo lArkIn of Ithaca: Commodore
          DISTINCTION                            clutches of sickness and pain.                                                      the Boys of the Y. Mr.          Morford
                                                                                                                                     slated that the ladies could help to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                L. F. Leonard. Mayor Charles D. Os­
                                                                                                                                                                                                                borne; J. Bradford Tallman          and
           A Keep»«l* Diamond Ring
           Is truly distinctive—* stand*
                                                      Hanning Hotel for comfort.
                                                                                                                         TO          create an environment that would
                                                                                                                                     be conducive to Christian character
                                                                                                                                         He went over the various phases FACTS FOR FAT FOLKS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Fred G. Allen of Auburn.

           «rd of valu« for your protec­
           tion in buying—a lovely
           memento of your adoration
                                           FIRE B E IN                                                      MEET AT S U N N ' S      of work that were going on In the
                                                                                                                                     boys' department, snowing how each          A Pennsylvania woman writes—"I
                                                                                                                                     phase contributed Us share of char­ find Kruschen Salts wonderful as a
                                                                                                 The annual meeting of the Broth­ acter building program. He listed laxative and also a reducer and they
           for "Her"—a r^E=5*.
                             a              U.S.SETS^RECDRD                                   erhood of St. Andrew in the diocese specifically many ways ln which the are worth their weight in gold to
                                                                                              of Central New York will be held Ladies' Auxiliary could help.
                                                                                              Sunday. October 12, at St. John's
                                                                                                                                                                               me." Mrs. Fred Barringer of Lewis-
                                                                                                                                         Following t h e meeting a social town. Mont., lost 19 pounds of fat ln
                                                                                              Church, Auburn. Clergy and lay- hour was passed and               refreshments 4 weeks.
                                                                                              mefi are expected from all parts of were served by Mrs. Walter Penney               Take   a   half   teaspoonful  of
       Walche* - Diamond* - SiUerwarm
                                                                                              the diocese. Samuel T. Whltmee of assisted by Mrs. Burgess.                      Kruschen In a glass of hot water be­
                                                 Last Year Loss $473,000,000 St. P e t e r s chapter. Auburn, and a                                                            fore breakfast every morning—don't
         CLAYTON A. BRODT                                                                     committee,     are making arrange­          Rev. C. G. McKnight Speaks           miss a morning—an 85c bottte
                 60 Genesee Street                         and Total Is Still                 ments. The services will be open to        A very Interesting talk was given lasts 4 weeks—get lt at Chas. H.
                       Phone 3307J                                                            all, as usual, and those In charge to the Hueston Club of the First Sagar Co., Weld & Co., or any drug
              Modern Optical Dept                                   Mounting.                 are asking men and boys to make Presbyterian Church Sunday morn­ store In the world—Millions take this
                                                                                              special efforts to be present.         ing during its Sunday School hour little dally health dose.
  More Than 20 Years' Experience                       President Hoover in his Fire Pre­         The program follows: 8 a. m., by Rev. C. G. McKnight who is now                                   —Advertisement
                                                 vention Week Proclamation called at­ corporate Communion of the Broth­ the n e v minister of music of the
              Difficult Cases Invited             tention to the tremendous annual erhood. Rev. Frederick S. Arnold, church. His talk was of a general
              Convenient Payments                                                                                                                                                 The Registration of Nurses for
                                                  waste of life and property in the rector of St. John's officiating; 11 analysis of music. Last evening the the Woman's Union will he held
                                                  United         States from    preventable a. m., morning prayer, with sermon Hueston Club held                <ts   regultr Wed., Thurs., and Fri.
                                                  fires, F i r e Chief Fred J. Washburn by Rector Arnold; 3 p. m., business monthly business meeting at the                                        —Advertisement.
                                                  6aid today. Nowhere else are people session; 5 p. m., supper in the par­ Chapter                House   with      Presideut
                                                  as heedless of the potential dangers ish hall; 7:30 p. m., evening service Thomas Cool presiding. It was de­
                                                  of fire, and the fire waste of the con­ with address by Rev. Henry S. Sizer, cided by the members present that
                                                  tinent of North America is the great­ rector of Church of the Evangelists, the club hold a Hallowe'en party a t
                                                  est in the world. In 1900 the value of Oswego.                                     Grange Hall at Oakwood Station on               SECOND BAPTIST
For Your Fall                                     property destroyed by fire in the
                                                  United States alone was approximate­
                                                                                                                                     October 27 under the general super­
                                                                                                 Burt E. Smalley of Waterloo, as­ vision of Irving Rublee, chairman of
                                                  ly $161,000,000. In 1926 it amount­ sembly president, is in charge of the Social Committee for this coin­                                                                 MALE
Beauty Schedule                                   ed to $560,000,000, an increase of preparations for a meeting of the ing year.
                                                  250 per cent. Later years have shown Finger I*akes Assembly, Brother­
                                                                                                                                        The acting committees for this                                                     SEXTET                                              FORMAL
                                                  a welcome decrease from that high hood of St. Andrew, to be held Sat­
Helena Rubinstein recommends these point, though present indications are urday at the Summer home of Rev. year are as follows: Devotional,
preparations:                                     that losses are again mounting. Last John Beach Arthur of Waterloo, Harry Pope; social, Irving Rublee;
    CLEANSE with her Pasteurized year the value T \ property burned which is located four miles South of membership, Clarence Payne; mu­
Face Cream. Excellent for oily skin, was In the neighborhood of $473,- Skaneateles Lake.                                             sic, Clifford Lawrence.                            WEDNESDAY                                                                       We've selected the loveliest of the new brown,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        black, green and red shades In satin, crepe and
v l . F o r dry skin, use Pasteurized 000,000, which was                         $9,000,000      There will be a program of speak­       Immediately following the elec­                 €:30—7 P. M.                                                                   wool georgette frocks with rich trimmings in
Face Cream Special, $ 1 .                         greater than that of the preceding ing and a general discussion of tion of committees it was decided                                                                                                                  the new trend. Priced from
    CLEAR the skin with Beautifying year. So far in 1930 reported month­                      plans promoting the Brotherhood t h a t minstrel show be organized
Skin Food. It removes t a n and sal* ly losses have been on the average work for the coming season.
                                                   7 per cent higher tLan those of last
                                                                                                                                     with Clifford Lawrence, chairman of
                                                                                                                                     music as general supervisor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             WMBO                                                  $24 50 to *59 5Q
lowness, f 1.
    CLOSE the pores with Valaze Skin-
Toning Lotion. Corrects and pre­                       Undoubtedly, F i r e      Prevention                 STRING QUARTET PLAYS AT      |                                                                                                                                Knitted and Tweed Jersey
                                                  Week which is being observed more
vents lines, $1.25.
     TREAT blackheads and acne with widely each succeeding in citizens of      year, has to                       WELLS COLLEGE TOMORROW                                                                                                                                     SUITS - DRESSES
                                                  a great extent roused
Reauty (jrains or Blackhead and the United States a realization of the                           Aurora, Oct. 7.—The concert to                S FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
                                                                                              be given by the New York String                                                                                                                                           These smart suits and dresses, some with
Orpen Pore Special, $1 each.                      necessity of exercising greater care Quartet at 8 on Wednesday evening
     ACCENT your beauty with Water in the prevention of fire.                                 is the most outstanding event on the
                                                                                                                                                                  AUBURN, NEW YORK                                                     "~                               berets, to match, are eminently the correct
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        thing to wear for chopping, business and
Lily Powder, delicate,                clinging,        The Chamber of Commerce of the calendar at Wells College this week.                                                                                                                                              travel         and college girls' find them prac­
151.50. EXCHAXTE is her powder United States has lent its full sup­ The concert will be the first of a                                                       Announces a Free Lecture on                                                                                tical for every daytime occasion. The colors axe
masterpiece, $3.                                  port to this effort. It reports that series of musical events open to stu­                                                                                                                                            soft and    flattering. All tailored with pre­
     USE Water Lily Indelible Lipstick. hundreds of local commercial organ­ dents and faculty of Wells, also to
$ 1 . Persian Eye Black, the mascara izations have perfected plans for a persons from nearby cities.                                                             CHRISTIAN SCIENCE                                                                                      cision. Priced at

which stajs on, $ 1 .                             wider observation of the week than             Prof. Murray Barbour gave an il­                                                                                                                                               $1650    $3950
     A .VERY SPECIAL Beauty Kit, any attempted before and that many lustrated talk on the program play­                                                                   —BY-
which the busy woman will hail with others interested in the humanitar­ ed by .he quartet in the chapel this
delight, is now put up by Mi«s                    ian and economic aspects of the work afternoon. The program included
                                                                                                                                                                  ROBERT STANLEY ROSS, C.S.B.                                                                                 EVENING FASHIONS
Rubinstein, containing a                careful are engaging '.n it whole-heartedly. the Haydn Quartet in C major, A                                                                                                                                                    The newest youthful ideas             rich color­
selection of Ju««t the right Creams,                   Fire prevention education so far Bullfighter's Prayer, by Turina. and
                                                                                                                                                                  OF NEW YORK CITY                                                                                      ings        In the Grecian,        Victorian or
l/Otlons, Powders, Rouge. Lipstick, has resulted in the saving of many the Smetana Quartet in E minor.                                                                                                                                                                  modern maoner.
etc.         Eight of them, beautifully            lives and millions of dollars worth From My Life.                                        Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, The
arranged In a smart red and gold lac­ of property, and in order to counter­                      The senior banquet was held last              First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts
quered case, and only S5.50                        act the natural predisposition to­ evening in the J a m Kitchen. Offi­
                                                   wards an annual increase in Are cers of the senior class are: Kathrjm                                               —IN THE—'-                                                                                             New and Distinctive •
                                                   waste, it will be necessary for each Whitney of South Orange. N. J.,
       g e e Our Stunning Rubinstein
                         Window                   single community and person to exert president; Emilie Alden Newcomb
                                                                                                                                                      Osborne Memorial Hall, 25 South St.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              COSTUME JEWELRY
                                                  a greater individual effort.                of Brooklyn, N. Y., vice president;                                                                                                                                              to complement your new clothes.
                                                                                              Margaret Haney of Duluth. Minn.,
                                                               Recruiter Comes Bark
                   U T Mfc BE YOUR
                                                                                              treasurer; Helen Rowley of Lyndon-
                                                       The Army Recruiting Station baa vtlle. N. Y., secretary, and Helen                       SUNDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 12, 1930
  fe^                  DRUGGIST                   reopened at the federal building Starbuck of Glens Falls, N. Y., eer-
                                                  under t h e supervision of Corp. Ben geant-at-araas. The Y. W. C. A.
                                                   H. Silver.
                                                                                                                                                                    AT 4 : 0 0 O'CLOCK                                                                              GERTRUDE HERRON
                                                                                              service la announced for 7:15 on

   ADAMS                                               In four years Tennessee's football
                                                   teem has scored » 7 t eolate to 114
                                                   for it» opponent*.
                                                                                              Thursday evening.

                                                                                                  JU>TORTUS Df TBJ*
                                                                                                                                                      The Pnblle la Cordially Invited to Attend                                                                  224 Metoalf Bldg.
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