SOCIETY (kiih;i;-llncheo Mrs. Bernard Hutchings was hos-tescs hos-tescs at a delightful bridge luncheon Wednesday evening at her home. Mrs. Charles Sportsman won thd score prize for both points and honors. hon-ors. After bridge a daiuty luncheon was served to Mrs. Earl Gleason, Mrs. Jaye Jeffers, Mrs. John Hanlon, Mrs. Joe Hanlon, Mrs. Ray Malstom, Mrs. Jack Langenbacker, Mrs. Charles Sportsman, and an invited gueBt, Mrs. Lindsey Waddingham. BUNDLE SHOWER Mrs. Pat Keeney was the motif for a bundle shower given by Mrs. William Wil-liam K. Dawson Friday afternoon. Five hundred was the feature, followed fol-lowed by a tempting luncheon. Thosa present were the Mesdames William Miller, Nels Calvert, W. G. White, John Hanlon, H. M. Jennings, Will Fernley, R. E. Hutchins M. J. Andrews An-drews and Stanchfield. PIERIAN CLUB The semi-monthly meeting of the Pierian Club was held Monday evening even-ing April 8, at the home of Mrs. Wil-lard Wil-lard Nichols. ' Eight members answered to the roll call, Mrs. White and Mrs. Bard-sley Bard-sley each read letter on "why the Na-tonal Na-tonal Parks shocld not be exploited for Commercial Purpose and why Privately owned Lands within their reach should be acquired by the government." gov-ernment." A discussion followed these and at eleven o'clock' the hostess hos-tess served luncheon which as most delicious. Covers were laid for Mrs. D. A. Baxter, Mrs. E. L. Bardsley, Mrs. L. G. Clay, Mrs. Freda Outsen, Mrs. Roy White Sr. Mrs. Robert Sherwood and Mrs. R. B. Young, Mrs. J. M. Hughes was an invited guest. . ENTERTAINED AT "500" Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Peterson entertained enter-tained a few friends at "500" Monday Mon-day evening in honor of Mr. Mrs. J. W. Hatton of Osdick, California, who are here visiting relatives and friends. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Mrs. W. P. Frazer won high high score for men; Maude Robinson consolation; and H. W. Peterson, booby prize. At the close of the game, a dainty lunch was served to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hutton, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Adam Patterson, Patter-son, Mr. and Mrs. W. Gieger, Mrs. Maude Robinson and Lavon Peterson. Peter-son. SOCLYL HOUR CLUB The Social Hour Club met last Thursday afternoon at the club house with Mesdames Horace Palmer and. Parley Fisher as hostesses. Much merriment was occasioned by dividing the members into two groups of I. W. W., each side plac-, ing its own interpretation upon those initials. The refreshments , were served from tablets decorated in red and" white, with large Chinese dolls as centerpieces. Mrs. Stanley was a guest of the club. The next meeting will be held on Thursday April lSti at the club house with Mrs. F. W. Gospill and Miss Gladys Gospill as hostess.