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- THE OREGON STATESMAN WEDXESDAY. JVXE !,
By RUTH LKNOKK FISHER.
All news fur the Sunday mo
ciety page inUht be la The
Statesman offiro by 0 p. m., Fri
day. Iliow or ,.';.
EVERYBODY or nearly everybody
with a basket tomorrow will be
going1 to the fair grounds, for
there is where all the former Iowa
people wilt gather for the annual pic
nic and day of reminiscences. It has
been the custom of the former resi
dents of the Hawkeye state to lavld
these annual picnics in addition to
their monthly gatherings and spend
one day each year devoted to a good
time and to the memory of their for
mer homes. Mrs. John Bayne. presi
dent, and a committee of helpers
have arranged a program which will
be given in the afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. The picnic dinner will be
served at 6:30 o'clock and all attend
ing are asked to bring well filled
baskets and also table service for one
All former Hawkeyes having Iowa
badges are asked by the president to
wear them. During the meeting the
officers for the ensuing yearare to
be elected and impromptu speeches
will be made by those present. The
program which has been arranged
' "America" sung by all.
Hull call by the counties of Iowa.
. Talis, The Louisiana Purchase, W.
Results of Louisiana Purchase,
Frank Davey. -
'01d Glory" (James Whltcomb
Riley), adaptation by Mrs. A. G.
Miss Grace Sherwood acting as Co
lumbia and soloist.'
gong, Iowa," all.
Reading, Mrs. Ronald Glover..
We can make you fancy sport skirts,
suits, waists, hose, hats, etc, with the
most dainty hand-painted designs. Pre
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PARISIAN WAIST SHOP
12 B. Cettace St.
Reminiscence of Iowa. Mrs. L. H.
Recitation. Mrs. C. J. McAdams.
"An American Hoy" written by an
Iowa boy. Mrs. . Thompson.
Glorious Oregon, sun gby all.
The committee are Dlanninr for
the most enjoyable and successful!
gathering of the Iowa club since its
Mrs. Richard Cartwrlght and her
daughter. Miss Gladys Cartwright.
who has just returned from Boise.
Idaho, where she has been teaching
during the winter., returned last
niKht from Portland where they
parsed several days.
Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Allen. Mr. and
Mrs. F. R. Weatherby. William Wal
ton. Major Leo Walton. Wayne Al
len, Kenneth Allen and Harold Al
len have returned from a fishing trip
which took them up the McKenzie
river to the Weatherby cabin.
Mrs. E. G. Snyder and Miss Lucille
Snyder returned yesterday from a
visit of a few days with Albany
friends and .will continue their visit
at the home of Mr .and Mrs. B. E.
Carrier for the remainder of the
week when they will leave for their
borne at Bend.
Mrs. Hugh Kyie of Stanfield la
visiting at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. East. .
The members of the P .E. O. Sis
terhood will have the annual sister
hood picnic Thursday at the public
camp grounds. The members will
have their husbands out for the pic
nic supper which will be served at
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. White, Mr. and
Mrs.. Walter Gibson and three small
children motored over from Browns
ville and spent Sunday as .the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Moo res.
Miss Lora Myrtle Looney and niles
R. Holland were married yesterday
afternoon at 1 o clock at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs
E. Looney, on 1. street. Dr. W. C.
OUR BREAD MAN
is one of the most skillful In the
business. What he doesn't know
about bread making Isn't worrh
knowing. Just to prove to yourself
how foolish it Is to swelter over a hot
oven, try a loaf of our BAKE-RITE
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' BAKE-RITE BAKERY
457 State St. Phone 26S
Kantner officiated at the pretty ser
vice which was witnessed by rela
tives and a small group of friends.
Shortly after the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Holland left for a brief honey
moon after which they will make
their home in Polk county.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar left yes
terday for Cotvallis where she will
visit relatives and friends for a week.
Miss Mildred Kruse of Portland is in
Salem visiting at the home of Mrs.
Blanche M. Jones and Professor and
Mrs. T. S. Roberta for the week.
A number of Mrs. Bertha Junk
Darby's pupils appeared In a pleas
ing recital at her studio. 79 North
Cottage street. Saturday evening
when relatives and friends gathered
in the spacious rooms to listen to the
Message to the Violets -r-v . . . . Bilbro
Edna Kugel. Mrs. Daiby.
Sing. Robin. Sing Spaulding
March of the Goblins . Earth
The Robin's Lullaby Krogxnann
The Water Mill Spaulding
A Child's Goodnight
Be Cheerful Rowe
Edna Kugel, Piano
Constance Smith. Voice
Coquetish Smile Engleman
Marjory Hewitt. Mrs. Darby
Brilliant Camp RIenhold
Jolly Farmer Schumann
Robin Redbreast Concone
Swing Song (by request ..Le Grand
Kenneth Hewitt, Mrs. Darby
Schubert Souvenir Spaulding
Marjory Hewitt. Plana
Marie Paine. Voice
Holiday March Kern
Gypsie Melody Franke
Spinning Song Ellmenrtch
Blue Diamond Becker
Elf Story Armstrong
Le Retour (Caprice) Saner
After the last number Mr. Darby
awarded a certificate of piano pro
ficiency to Miss Irma Keefer. advanc
ed pupil, sne having recently com
pleted the advanced course of the
Godowskl progressive aeries -pf piano
lessons. Prizes were also awarded
to Edna Kugel. Marjory Hewett and
Dorothy Swegel who had received the
highest number of credits for their
careful application and endeavor In
The Story of a Honeymoon
Little London Messenger
Who Crossed Atlantic to
Deliyer Several Letters
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See it at William GahlsdorTs, 185 North liberty Street, Salem
"Don't you like the looks ot Mr
Well. I would, only they ain't no
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WHAT? MADGE DID TO SAF1
ClARl HER ROOM.
"Glad to see me. sweetheart?'
- Dicky drew me close to htm when
the front dooj cloied after us. tlp
tllted my face to his and gazed down
into my eyes with the love light In
hi own that 1 haC uiiased sorely
during the week follow:ng our re
moval from the old Krennan house
into the one we had bought on
The Intangible estrangement be
tween us had its roots In something
which I feared'to acknowledge even
to myself, and that I was sure Dicky
did not realise. Beginning with my
discovery of Grace Draper's photo
graph in a carefully secluded box
belonging to my (husband. the sinis
ter thought of her had run like a
black twisted thread through mv
growing uneasiness as to Dicky's
real attitude toward the war.
I had been torn with shamed re
morse that the shadow of such a
thought concerning my husband
could find harbor in my mind, but
neither my remorre nor my regret
had availed to keep the thermome
ter of my rpspect for Dicky at the
Hut all doubts fled abashed at the
tight In Dicky's eyes. They might
return, but for the present I rented
content In the knowledge that be
was borne again safe and sound and
"You will never know how glad!"
I said fervently, and Dicky laughed
contentedly as he kissed me.
"How's mother?" wis his next
I was Indeed glad to relieve the
anxiety in his tone. Dicky dearly
loves his mother, and he had wor
ried much over her broken arm.
"I'll Be Ready. "
'I think she's very comfortable.
indeed." I returned. She Is -I
was Just about to ray "asleep
when I suddenly stopped myself. 1
couldn't disclose the knowledge of
her slumber and that of Cousin Ag
at ha without revealing the fart that
I had entered their room in an en
deavor to prove Cousin Agatha guil
ty of peering through the keyhole
of my room, and bad withdrawn
without awakening them.
"Asleep a great deal of the time.
which la good for her." I finished
rather lamely. Fortunately. .Dicky
did not notice my awkwardness.
"I'll lust run up and brush some
of the dasf off." he said, "and thin
after I have seen mother, suppose wa
go for a little tramp? it's a per
fectly bully spring morning, youll
love It! And I have lots of things
to tell you.
I'll k. A 1 wn I mm. A Vim
w a mAj a yi VMjtvv Mat...
smiling, and after a few words of
Instruction to Katie concerning a
belated luncheon. I went upstairs to
my own room to put on my outer
,iit will be served at the Marios
hotel at :Sft o'clock p. m.
The program fur "the banquet will
be aa follows:
Invocation ... Ivan Ceorre II. Aide I
I l'r -ittatn of class of !:.... j
Frank K. Hrowa. !
Iteeponse Merrill ObUn.
'one ClaMi of I2e
The Came: lf2 S rl-s
lion. C. H. Moore. -.0, Itrfere
4 llalfbark. . .Hon. II. 11. HewUlTO
A Quarterback . . J. W. Reynolds 9S
Vocal solo Lela llelle MrCaddam'lt
The Forward Pass
Mrs. C. B. Msrtla. n
Last Aid . . .tlrcter C. Iwu.agre.'el
l lano solo. . . . Ktelya ie Loag. J
TackUai Aatln FW1. H
FuiuUW-s Iw-rjl Holt. H
Halite Psrri9 tsra!L 1J
The Goal Donald C. Clover.
fcnoiitrlnj the Rev'ill
Prts:dtat Carl G. Doaey
May Is s or mon:h itx Ayr
to spend inoay If jo j etpect te ft
aatthlag for It.
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You will find them a remarkable value at '
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Extraordinary Offerings m
New Silk Dresses
Beautiful new models in taffeta, georgette crepe, tricolette, satin,
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Aluminum and Granite
Wear at Reduced
Prices For One
Kfclney K. Illrhardton
Crossing the Atlantic to deliver
several messages didn't even raise a
ripple in the yoanc life of Sidney C
Richardson, a London district es
sence r boy. Sidney, twelve years'old.
took hla trip to New Tork aa a matter
of course. Just the same as though
he had bren sent around the corner
from the office In London. He bore
special tnesaage from a London
contractor who wished to beat a bos
Ibess rival to an American customer.
Young Richardson also bronchi sev
eral letters for members of the New
York City administration from Lon
don officials. Another was for the
president of Yale from President
Walton, of Manchester I'nlverslty.
Annual Business Session in
Afternoon and Hotel Ban
qnet Tonight .
The annual business session of the
alumni of Willamette university will
be held at Eaton hall at 2:2 o'clock
today, and members of the class of
1920 especially are requested to be
resent. The annual alumni baa-
In spite of thr great a. Wince in tie
I re of aluminum sru! irranile wear we
are g'ug to offer fur one week a re
From 10 to 20 per cent
on all kitchen and cooking- nteimls. We
Lave a full line containing
Pan a, elf.
You can always depend on our regular prices being the lowest
in the dty. When we have special prices yon art rntairg ml
money. . -llllZlLr'' I
152 North Commercial Street
A FEW DATS USX
WILL PUT STOXf ACT
li vex ajtd reams
A Tilt With Agatha.
As I dressed my eyes kept turn
tng to my Chinese vase with the Im
portant secret paper contained with
in It. The remembrance of the
scratching ncise outside the door
troubled me greatly, although I bad
proved that neither Katie nor ton
sin Agatha, the only persons In the
house who could have been at the
door, were not gallty of the esptoa
age. . -
I made a sudden resolution to se
another trap for these two who had
pasaed so successfully the surprise
test I had given them but a few mo
menta before. I moiatened the sur
face of the vase and then dusted It
all over with talcum pwder. bein
careful to do the dusting over
newspapasnoa the floor that no tell
tale powder should betray me.
I knew that It anyone touched the
vase while I was gone I should b?
able to detect the fact. And I was
very sure that neither Katie nor
Cousin Agatha would dare to exam
ine it closely once the powder was
discovered upon It.
As I locked my room door behinJ
me and put the key Into my purse.
I told myself that my precaution was
a foolish one. Hut an ln.tant later,
when Cousin Agatha's sly. hatef-il
voice spoke behind me. I was in
stinctively glad that 1 hat done so.
"You are very wiee to lock your
door. she said with a palible
sneer In her voice, ""especially If you
have any secrets to keep. That Ka
tie of yours is a snooper If I ever
Dicky was coming down the hall,
and to my intense regret heard the
speech. Indeed. I believe the mali
cious woman timed her words to hi
; coming, for she markedly empba-
! Kil4t Id rlanu "mhoUH. IP -.n
have any secrets to keep."
I made my voice as matter of
fact as possible as I answered her.
"1 have no secrets. I aaid coolly,
"but I suppose I am rather fussy anJ
old-matdish about my things, and It
annoys me Intensely to have anyone
running Into ray room on any pre
tence when I am absent. Hut I have
never found Katie In my room when
she should not be there.
I had scored. I knew It as I saw
Cousin Agatha drop her eyes, and
the unholy look of glee that came
Into Dicky's race.
I knew also that the woman te
metnbered thj time I had found her
rummaging In my room on the pre
text or "straightening things up."
As I went down the stairs to wait
while Dicky greeted his mother I
was comfortably certain that my
room wonld be made safe from in
trusion while I was absent from It.
(To be continued)
MEET ME AT MILLER'S
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