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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1920)
The EulMnua recelws ih la4
wire report of the Arsociated Prt
the greatest sad mt rtUaal jress
aoc:atioa la the world.
SEVENTIETH YKAR ' , , '
, " HALKM. OUIX.OV. FIlllMY MOH.M.VK, M.W 7. ruiCX: I IVK CHT
ocr pain an
You giii an advantage in the resources,
experience, knowledge and equipment of
the Standard Oil Ccahpany, which com tine
to make Zerolene an oil of quality. Ihey
create an efficiency in the manufactui e of
fine lubricants hard to duplicate elsewhere
in the world.
Use Zerolene for the Correct Lubrication
of youY automobile, truck or tractor.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Bj BETH LEXORE FISHER
R. CampbelU iSYfcial-Aent, Standard Oil Company, Salem, Ore.
Burgess F. Ford to Teach
' at Lebanon High School
STAYTOX,, Ore,, May . B. F.
Ford, principal in the; Stayton high
school has accepted the principalship
la the Lebanon high school for next
Miss Nora Fulton, a popular Stay
ton 'girl, has just closed a successful
term of school in Linn County.
V. H. Massey drove , to Portland
the first of the week.
Byron Demraey amid family have
moved and are comfortably located
f .in their new home which was recently
' . purchased from J. P. Wilbur.'
- Mrs. Al Ring and Mrs. Ralph
Trask p.fLyons, spent Wednesday In
Stayton. " - , y
' T. C. Crabtree, who is suffering
i i from an attack of hiccoughs, is in
! Salem this week for medical treat
. . merit.
i Cart Fryer came up from Portland
Tuesday for a brief visit at the J. It.
t Gardner home.
' S. A. Stan" and wife drove over
( from Albany Saturday and spent the
week-end at the home of J. M. RIngo
Every one who has a few feet of
i ground is busy planting garden tnese
' bricht snrine days. :
E. Gettleman of Portland was here
a day or .two last week transacting
Mrs. William Swank and daughter.
Ether of-Aumsville, were in Stayton
: W. F. Klecker and Charles Gehlen.
two of Stayton's business men. wenti
to Salem to attend an important
meeting of the Gile Mercantile com
Members of the Epworth league
and their friends, enjoyed a nappy
evening Thursday of last week in the
parlors of. the Methodist .Episcopal
church, the occasion being a box sup
per, nrovlded by the men. The wo
men1! fd the purchasing. Some of the
womenproved to be good sports, run
ning Uta boxes up to 3.)0 or 9400.
Warren ' Richardson haa sold his
residence property in Stayton to
George A. Smith, the real estate man.
and will move his family to Mill ICty
in the near future. Mr. Richardson
has employment with the Mill City
Lumber company. '
The heavy frosts of the last week,
it is feared., has injured the cherry
crop In this vicinity quite materially.
In some localities the blossoms have
turned brown, and are apparently
THE annual meeting of the Sa
lem Woman's club is to be held
tomorrow afternoon in the
rooms of the Commercial club, with
.ra- Zadoc J- Presiding. Otto
eidemeyer. baritone, of Portland,
will gire a concert during the after
noon. Mr.,. William II. Hurghardt,
Jr.. will accompany him. It will also
guesi aay. The election of off,
r. f a. i1. . i t ...
iu? ui cihu yean win oc
cupy part of the business metin;.
Mrs. Frtd H. Thompson is in
utree oi me lea nour. which will
mjiiow me pr ok rani ad ti)in
The May day festivities at Willam
ette university are occupying the at
tention of all the younger folk, es
pecially the college set. Evelyn I
will be crowned Queen of the May
this afternoon by Governor Ben W.
Olcott. Hr maids of honor are to
be Miss Odell Sarage and Mias Freda
Campbell. The crowning will take
Place at 3 o'clock. Tonleht at the
Grand theater the juniors will pres
ent the play, "The Lady or Lyons."
which takes the place of the annual
junior prom. Tomorrow morning
the May morning breakfast will bo
held on tho college campus and in
the evening the operetta "Yokohama
Maid- will be presented at the Grand
theater. Each of the sorority and
fraternity houses has guests, as well
as all the coIlOKe clubs.
Mrs. Hcniy U Henson left yester
day for Portland to meet Judge Ben
son, who is returning from Pendle
ton. They will pass a few days In
Portland visiting with relatives be
fore returning home.
Mrs. T. A. Livesley returned bom
last night from Portland where she
passed the day visiting with friends.
To pass a visit with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Byhon of Pen
dleton arrived last night and are vis
iting at the home of Colenel and
Mrs. E." Hofer.
The friends of Mrs. Frederick
Thielsen will be glad to learn that
she is convalescing from pneumonia
at her home in South Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Waters
had as their guest Thursday George
L. Sininionds of Portland, who pass
ed the day in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Handle anl
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Parker motored
to Silverton Wednesday to pass the
day with triendn.
Mrs. William I'runk. wife of Wil
liam PrunX. Sr.. has been danger
ously ill at her home for several day,
with heart trouble. Her daughter.
Mrs. Hiram H. Saxton of Newport.
and her son. William Prunk Jr.. have
been at h-r bedside constantly.
Mrs. S. Fargo left Wednesday af
ternoon for Portland where she will
visit for the summer at the home of
her brother. A. B. Foster. She has
been passing the winter with her
son. W. F. Fargo. In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Trumaa North rup
of Portland returned last nlaht "to
their home after visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Purvlue on
North Fifth street, for time.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Woman's Missionary society ot
tlim Pirf Prhvtr1an church Will
be held In the church parlors' this af-1 land
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. An inter
esting program has been arrangei.
including a reading by Mrs, Arthur
J. Rahn and a talk by Mrs. Charles
A. Park, who will tell of her ex
periences In her recent visit to Cali
fornia. Mrs. Nina Wadsworth Kahlor ot
Mill City is visiting for some time fn
Falem as the guest of Mrs. Klm
The Daughters ot Veterans wi'l
hold their social evening tonight la
the rooms at the armory instead of
at the E. T. Husselle home, as was
A dclirbiful addition to the Mxil
set la Sjlem Is Mis Mrtle Wsrfel.
who has recently come io Salem from
Seattle. She is to be In charge of
the read y-lo-wear department at Mil
ler s. and is domiciled at Mrs. E. T.
Adairs on North Liberty street.
Portland Bake Shops Kept
Open Regardless of Strike
lUKTI-AM. jr C Manufacture
cf rakes, pies, douchauia and elt-l
treads wa rum-d today ty Por.
bakers. In ylte of the strike
of baker, areordtas to a statement
ih ljer lUktrs atsortalio.
A fall 5 a cf ite broad u b:ag
tirnd 4t di:. arrfrd:sf to Ike
uat;t Lirbsrd Kroll. s-retarr
uf ih- Lae?V unioa. said that tk
"loi'.-o aa wtihoat drrelcpcaesU
lrifir the t 21 kor
PARISIAN WAIST SHOP
Salem's hlgh'r!as waist makers.
Several beautifully designed. hanJ
painted waists now in stock. We
will make your waist any design
U 1 2 M. Ortlace M. Iltotve,
Ucdcr Direction of Miis Elizabeth Barnes of Portland
Tonight, May 7 8:15 p. m.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
18 People Elegant Cos tames
AdmiMioa 60c, 75c, $1-00
Reservations may be xsxde tsj tiat today al Opera Hon
PTtlimiaary ticket may be bought at any tiaa from Opera
Reuse PLirrnicy or any Junior Student
The Statexnan's Claijificd
. Bring Results
- SIX IN A ROW
Tod. will enjoy eating this Bake-Rite
bread fresh from our ovens, baked
by men who have the . "know how"
of bread baking. Try one of our
loaves and see the difference.
We have one ot the
best men in this line on
the west coast and have
equipped a shop tor magne
to repairs. Also a line of
parts. If your magneto needs
overhauling, ship It to us or
W. H. HUdebrandt
279 North Commercial St
ENJOY and happiness.
Ride a Bicycle to Work,
It is the most ecoroauc&l ,
form of transportation and
one of the most pleasant
a ar & a mw
147 South Commercial Street,.
3,11 r' fi? WV it ;V sl
, Street Cars fum
Jammed I -
Late to Work 1 j
Pay Docked U
RJdo a blcyclo to work and youU al
wayis get there on time save money and
feel a whole lot better for it. '
A bicycles pays for itself.
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
.7 Court Street
4S7 State St.
Phone 26 g
1 nl " t III 5 Ml
BICYCLING AT EIGHTY!
CARPETS for people who cannot use rugs.
Yes, we are now well prepared to show the
latest patterns in spring -carpets. We can
covet your floors complete. No lost time send
ing away. The goods are right here in the
store at prices far below the present day val
ue. Bought before the last raised Come in
and let us show you.
Ride a Bicycle
C S. HAMILTON
340 Court Street
Ami if you can't rule walk to tin Tolls on Election Day and
W. D. (BILLY) EVANS
FOR CITY IlECOKDEK
A. H. MOORE
Prominent Men Turn
To Wheel for
BicycW st 801
lisle snd hearty, clear-ered, cleir
minded. the men or note pictured here
are atl active exponents of the state
mem that )ears make po difference to
All of thera are btnv men with btg
achievements soculed with mere
mention of their aames. Each day for
them meant new achievement lor de
pite thetr years, they have not wholly
laid down the yoke of labor and service
But a!T of them tale time for exer
cise. The bicycle, they find, serve! their
purpose better than any other recrea
tion. It Ukes them outdoors where a
world of freh air braces them. It
carries them along pleaunt by-wajs.
It provide! means lor eaDy modulated
exercise, adapted to whatever degree
I of trength they feel like putting ml 3
The figure of Dr. Charles V. Eit.
85 years of age. preUlent-emeritu of
Harvard Univerity, bicycling" throarh
the streets f Cambridge, has been
familiar foe tears. A ride from his
home on Erattle St. to Freh Pond
ushers in every day. He eeneratly
makes the trip between 6 snd 7 o'clock
in the morning when the air H clearest
and still a-tinc! with the crisp coot
nets of night.
John D. Rockefeller, multi-millionaire
oil king, makes novel ue of the
bicycle. He is a great lover of golf,
fie inak-s the round of the links on a
bicycle, finishing his game in trim
shape without the faticue that miVt
crime from walkinr. ilr. RocVefeiier
als rides about the grounds of his
Atrey A. Adee. accd 77, second as
sistant secretary of tate at Washington
for the last Si years, is one of the
mot arHent devotee of the bicycle m
ptit!ic life. He has not roned a daiy
ride during suitable weather for years.
rvt;.: aai.sy( .
- w i J '
He has alv er-cye Ser.l fcr e
tours throtrsh Fra-ce. He d'are it
the only way to see the inirmate std
of a foreijn lard. ....
Thomas Fd e'rx-jl wua-d,
frerient'y et-pVns tS t t-ycle in grt
'r.z aho-jt h:s vario-: r'a- ts. It se
time, which is -r.e of Y. rvtt valaa-e
poeion. and it prmtdes errci
while he is buy at h s taomectoas
Luther BcSank, lh rutwralut
vrhie name it known the world a rr.
can be seen rv-t any day rvfrnr s
liiryrle in tW rr.xk. orchards f his
Richard C M"re, secretary f the
Inur-Naticial V. II. C A. CtHnmittee,
is aivrhrr of tVe sneis of large my
ihtUt S- nds recreate throtV
realar t yde rvlir.