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Walla Walla Union-Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 4, 1948, Walla Walla, Washington Walla Walla, Wash., Saturday, December 4, 1948 Lions District Head Speaker ronn-tion of Lions to Eu- tope, now under way under the di- rection of Fred Smith, past presi- dent of the International Associa- tion of Lloni Clubf. is another step by Americans in helping the people Of the world, Orvllle WUlmont of Motet Lake, district governor of Lions clubs, told the Wallm Walla organization Friday. Individual clubs are the roots of the international organization, sup- porting the over-all body, the vis- itor said in paying his official visit to the local dub. Clubs sometimes overlook some of their own mem' bers by not giving these individu- als the opportunity to serve in pe- titions best suited to their Individ- ual talents, he stated. 'Proposes Cooperation Willmont urged closer coopera- tion among clubs in this part of district 19. particularly more visi- tations by club members here to smaller clubs in this part of the Northwest. He was accompanied on his visit by Alex Law, Moses Lake, Lion. Adjutant H. Sainsbury outlined the Christmas program of the Sal- vation Army here stating on the basis of previous years it would distribute ISO baskets containing everything needed for a Christmas dinner to the needy in the district between Wallula and Dayton. Each prospective applicant is investigat- ed, he said. A "sit-down" Christmas dinner .-will be provided for between 60 and 75 single individuals. The Sal- vation Army estimates the cost of its Christmas program at -The Lions club has voted to- 'Ward this total. The Lions club's annual Christ- party for 35 children of the community will be held December "17 with gifts to be provided each. A ladies night party will be held January 6 at the Frenchtown hall. Other visitors at the luncheon were jLion A. O. Coleman. Denton, Tex., Prewitt, Spokane, and Bill of the Veterans hospital. Telli Chest r Fred Haupt spoke of the need for to clean up the Community Chest campaign. Lion Otho Smith, who is leaving -next week for Tacoma to take over "the managership there of the Plate Glass Co. store, ..was given a farewell greeting by Pendleton Court Action The Walla Wallan Milton Eagle's owner, Herman E. Judd, filed complaint in circuit court Friday against The Walla Wallan, seeking judgment for over The complaint stated that Austin Morgan, Jane Morgan and the Wal- la Wallan Inc. gave two promissory notes to Judd and Charles D. Wheeler, doing business as The Milton Eagle. The two notes dated March 15 and April 1, were due in July, the complaint said. They totaled 52 plus six per cent interest- Wheeler signed his interest in the notes to Judd, before the com- plaint was filed. Storage fees of claimed by Kenneth McKan, were also assigned to the plaintiff. Attorney's costs of were asked in the judgment. J. T. Monahan is attorney for Judd. Varied Ballet Program Seen Traditional ballet was varied with modern dancp numbers Friday eve- nings to the delight of a capacity audience at the high school audi- torium when Mia Slavenska, noted ballerina, brought her troupe to Walla Walla On a Community Con- cert association program. Miss Slavenska, recovering from a strained muscle which she re- ceived a few weeks ago while do- ing a guest performance with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, ap- peared in only two numbers but demonstrated the skill and preci- sion which have made her one of the top ballerinas of her era. Miss Slavenska danced the role of to music by Glazou- nov, and also appeared in "Cake one of three pieces set to music by Debussy. In her three other solo parts, 'Rose "Grand Pas de Deux" and "Settler's her place was taken by Nana Gollner, American ballerina who has ap- peared in starring roles with the Ballet Russe and other leading companies. Holiday Plans Are Prepared for the Christmas holiday season at the Stubblefield home, branch of the Washington Chil- dren's Home society, are all out- lined, according to Glenn L. Bean, chairman of the board, announced Friday evening. Elizabeth Bannister, Walla Walla director for the society, gave board members a report on Thanksgiving activities and outlined proposed plans for Christmas, now being de- veloped with the assistance of Mrs. John A. Snell, home supervisor. She said Christmas observance will start early since several of the 10 boys now residents of the home, may spend a portion of the holi- day season with relatives. Miss Bannister said this was the case at Thanksgiving. She report- ed that the American Legion pro- vided a turkey for Thanksgiving day dinner for boys who remained at the home. Boys ranging in age from 10 to 15, have started making gifts for other people and are now compos- ing what they call their "wish Miss Bannister said, add High Hat Local Briefs Band To Give "bis club members. Tickets for the Mitchell Cain Imagic show to be presented Tues- day and Wednesday nights at the theatre were distributed. Proceeds of this show will go to clubs' blind activities fund. of Christ Approves Truman's Civil ,Rights Plan in Principle CINCINNATI,
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