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HAIJCM, OltKf.O.N. SIXUAV M()IIM.(1, AKilKT M.,ltf4i.
piucE mx CEXTS
UCUST.the ever popular month
at the seashore, is finding, 1
again i this year, . many Salem
people domiciled; at their summer
homes on the coast. The Tillamook
beaches are especially favored, and
are the destination of numerous mo
toring parties who are driving to the
beach for week-end outings and
longer sojourns. ' Foremost among
the latter are Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Roberts and their attractive little
daughters. Helen and Mildred,; who
left Saturday , for a week's tour of
the Tillamook beachea.-
Charming simplicity "was the key
note, when Mrs. Gerald Volk enter
tained Wednesday afternoon in hon
or of her sister, Mrs. Martha McCade
of WichitaL Kan. Garden flowers
filled the rooms of the Volk home on
Capitol street and refreshments were
served by the hostess. i
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. H. H.
VandervortS and Mrs. W. C. Wlnslow
entertained the Home Missionary so
ciety of the First Methodist church
at the former's home on North Win
, 'ter street. The parlors were artisti
cally decorated with sweet peas, and
the dining; room and hall with nas
turtiums. Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney
lead the devotional, and Mrs. E. E.
, r Fisher gav the lesson. A social hour
was enjoyed afterwards, during
which refreshments were served by
Miss Jenelle Vandervort and Miss
' Florence Young. ,
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Of Interest to the many Salem
friends of Mrs. Vera Frickey; will be
the following account from the Pas
edena Evening Post: . .
Mrs. Adam W. Schaupp of 6 South
Catalina avenue entertained at her
home very delightfully on Saturday
" afternoon f In honor of the eighth
birthday of her granddaughter, Em
ily L. Frickey, who has made her
home with her grandmother for two
. years. ' - '' '
The snacious rooms of the Schaupp
home were decorated with pink and
chmdejier with garlands of the
greenery" were dainty " ornamental
birds also. "
The long refreshment table was
centered with a beautiful birthday
cake bearing eight candles. Twenty
one dainty pink and white baskets
and attractive place, cards carrying
out the same decorative motif, were
placed for the younger guests.
The early part of the afternoon
was devoted to an Impromptu pro-
cram of songs and recitations by the
children, the concluding numbers
being a group of vocal numbers en
titled "Mother's Pledge" and "Pasa
dena Queen." sung by the composer.
the .mother of the honoree, who with
her two small sons is - also Mrs.
Sihaupp'a guests for a few weeks.
I Following the entertainment in
the house Mrs. O. H. Schroeder and
Mrs. Hypatia Seaton supervised a
number of merry games which took
place on the lawn. The games were
followed by a delicious buffet lunch
eon which was served by the hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. H. K. Schaupp
and Mrs. Bertha McGaw.
A large ornamental snowball from
which. the children drew, small gifts
added to the after-luncheon enjoy
i Those present were Miss Clara
Ash ton. Mrs. C. H. Schroeder, Mrs.
Yoang. Thilma Smith, Helen Corey,
Phyllis .Walker. Francis Hodge. Lla I
Millard. Ruth Weaver. Mildred Han
sen. Thelma loung. Myrtle Martin.
Dorothy Palmer of Medford, and Eve
Mr. and Mrs. James Deadroths
of Victoria, It. C, are guests at the
Lyle Smith home for the month of
August. Thursday evening Mrs.
Smith entertained for her guests
with an informal dinner, asking a
few close friends to meet the Dead
roths. Covers were laid for 10.
Mias Winifred St. Clair of Gresh-
arn is the charming week-end guest
of Miss Esther Parounagin.
Miss Marion Adams of Castle
Rock. Wash., returned Friday to
her work In the Red Cross nursing
classes. Miss Adams has been ab
sent two Weeks on account of the
serious illness of her mother.
'Misses Ora Poage and Anna Ic-
Leod, who motored down from Yaki
ma. Wash.. , Friday, .are guests of
the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Poage on Chemeketa street.
As a farewell attention to Mr. and
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Mrs. John J. Ro1rt!, who with Mr. Roborts anj little daughters,
Helen and Mildren, leaves tolay to tour the Tillamook beache
Hypatia seaton. Airs, uertna Mcuaw. Mrs. il. E. Deckabach and their son
Mrs. H. R. Schaupp, Mrs. vera rnc- Nicholas, who left Monday for a toar
ktey, Dorothy McGaw, Dorothy and of the Canadian rockles before re
Mar jorie Seacrest. Jane Desenberg. turning to their home in Cincinnati.
Janet Stephenson. Ida Caldwell, j, and WriS F 0 ixkabach en
Dawn and Joan Schaupp. Mary and tertalned with an informal dinner
Herbert Cressman. Grace Zediker. Sunday evening. Circling the table!
Herbert and Carl Schroeder, Char- WhiCn was artistically decorated
lOtte and Paulina Kempton, Eliza-lwith - basket of sweet neas. were
beth Larson, Virginia Menick. Car- Dr ,nd Mr9 w Carllon Smlth. Mr.
tssa Barney. Adam and Francis Fric- and Mriu Frederfk s. Lamport. Mr.
aey. me nonor guesi.. r-.m,, and Mrs. Homer Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
and the hostess,. Mrs. Schaupp. " Arthur Ronsnn Mr. and fr Ed-
I . ward Gillingham, Mrs. Lovelace. Mr.
j-Miss Rosa Maude Grice and Rob- and Mrs. Deckabach. Miss Helen
ert LewelBng Adams, both well- Deckebach. Frederick Deckebach and
known young -residents of Polk Frank Deckebach.
county, were united- in marriage
vveanesaay. Augusi -rr ai me par- Mi nd tr Mwrri v..hAn r
sonage of the First Christian church, Cincinnati are week-end guests of
THE NU BONE CORSET
company uses .the . uniy : woven.
wire Jn. existence. We do not ttse
paper covered galvanized tin for
boning.' Don't pay the profiteers'
exorbitant, prices for cheap goods.
Silk and fibre hosiery for this
weak only,. S1.75; were $2.25 to
$2.50 Black, white, brown.
Wb ' carry "Tonstto" the perfect
A. E. LYONS
No Rone Corset Parlors
429 Court St. t Phone 958
white flowers and greenery, the din-KRev. Leland W. Porter reading thetDe F Q Deckebachs.
Ing room suggesting a . wooaiana
bowe with-its garlands of maiden
hair fern and gypsophllla festooned
from the chandeliers and celling and
also garnishing the refreshment ta
ble. Suspended from the central
the original flag given to the W. R.
C. 29 years ago. TftiM Hag Is now
hung in the house of reprvntaltvea.
A group of people from the atate
acciuent commission umtonnl to
Spong's landing early in the week
Gr a pimic. The evening wa spent
in swimming, fcingtug.- and. by co
means least, roasting wieuieti". Those
present were MiswH Clart. Mil'er.
Ruth Walker. Virginia Weaver.
U Walker. Florence. Walker. Helen
Moore. Arvl'.i Conn, Helen LoveP.
Elsie Rruder. Alta Johnson and
Messrs. Karl Ulrica. IX Walker. Carl
Pope. Ralph II ilt!, Allan Jones, G
Walker and Murray Hart.
A pleasant surprls was given Mrs.
H. R. Cumniuigs Wednesday when
a group of frin(3 rawed at the iiora
of her son. J. U. Camming, to con
Little Edwia CrOiS left Friday for I gratulate her on hr birtht'ay annl-
ilng service. The immediate famil-
ies of the contracting parties were
present. The young couple left the
by C. A. Martin of Aumsviile.
Pink and lavender sweet peas ar: I Ik" kI: ;:" ZMZ IZJrZ MrraHd Mnr-ASdy Palsons. Mr.
Ustlcally arranged in a gray art ba.-1 , " torJ.T. V . u" v V " Mrs. G. H. Harf.wM anl ohlldre
I l-'Art lonH tA enan1 ffhA waAb.an1 wf K I wmamt a rtct m lfs iH ul t inriAP
day for a ll) day trtp to .raxer i - : - - i, " , i,s
, after hlch they will be at ' A' - f&.io;
at their farm, home in Folk I - i Brtt tn ut ,. mjra v-n.
r Adams wan attended I James ciion i r lorence l . , . ' . , i, ,
ty. Mrs. Aaams was auenueui . . lnv birthdavs were. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Flora Grice, and Mr. Adam iuureu"" n" u .OMier- -mum V Pmnk Mr . i i William
the D. A. Churchill home! having i3"drvm,f iwlr
. -i,t , ti m wtii I Mr. iiliam B-inn of Keuer
gray n fn.tt.n " t.-
ket formed the center piece for the! " w
potlach supper which was the clever
iT i i v.Tnrt7n Pnblln club will hold'its regular
wh " .IT0.1!.!?; teml-monthIy meeting Monday at
'"f 'n, lu" .urT' r;.Y 'he city hall at 2 o'clock. DUeaa-
tL i lie r irei nciuuuiBb lumvu .
day evening. The regular study
hour, which was led by the supertn-t-ndent.
Miss Mary Findley. was
followed by an evening spent in
music and games. Those present
were Misses Mary Findley. Florence
Rickev. Mr. anl Mrs. A. II. Hammer
I inil Mr anil ITr tlnj llimniAr of
The Marion County Woman's Re-1 Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Harford
and children of Kirk e v. Grandma
Prunk of Aumsvlle. Mr. and Mrs. J
II. Cummings unj Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lttliam. Miss
MEET ME "AT MILLER'S '
Big Clean-Up of Ladies'
Every garment is strictly high grade, but we want the
room for Fall goods now arriving
Prices Less Than Raw Material
Ladies' Union Suits ............ 59c
Ladies Tights - - 29c
Ladies' Vests - ?9c
Children's Drawers . J9c
Children's Vests 19c
Displayed on Special Tables in the Ready-to-Wear Section.
slon of the amendments to be voted
cn in the fall will be the feature
of the afternoon.
Miss Grace Morgan will return to
her home in Harrisburg this morn
ing after a visit with Mrs. Thomas
Clark at tne tatter's home on Cross
Mr. and Mrs. . W. H. Steusloff en
tertained Wednesday evening w'ith
a farewell picnic, at S pongs landing
in honor of Miss Dorothy Chambers,
who left yesterday for a three
months' eastern tour, and Miss Erma
Potter of Mobile, Ala., who is the
attractive house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. P. Anderson. Those present
were Miss Potter, Miss Chambers,
Mr. and Mrs. George Chambers, Mr.
and Mn. D. f. Dinsey, Mrs. P. An
derson. Mr. and Mrs. Steusloff.
Claude Steusloff and A. Dinsey.
Miss Martha Renick of Portland
is the week-end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hauser and
family left .Saturday for a trip to
the Tillamook beaches.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Drager and
tamily and the R. II. Campbells, ac
companied by Mrs. blanche Gates,
left yesterday for Tillamook.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crain have
as their guests Mr. C rain's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. X. J. Crain of Port
land. Mrs. Crain will return to
Portland Monday, while Mr. Crain
and his son will spend a short out
ing on the McKenzie river.
Miss Leah Hoppes is spending the
week in Eugene as the guest of Misi
Mrs. C. S. Rrock and Mrs. A. W.
McConnerhave returned from Glad
Dr. L R. Springer will leave to
day for a three-weeks' vacation at
the Tillamook beaches.
Mias Frances Martin, little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carey Martin.
is spending the week-end as guest
of Miss Nancy Ham ham in Port
Orvllle Crowder Miller has left for
Doise, Idaho, to spend a few weeks
with friends. Mr. Miller will enter
Northwestern university at Evanstoa
this fall and on his way east will
top at Terry and Hilling. Mont
I where be will visit with lriends and
Saturday afternoon, aftei h' kit.csn
session, the Woman's Relief corps
held a reception in .honor of Mrs.
I Cora McBride. the department head.
Mrs. McBride. who is th house guest
of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. TerwilUger pre
sented to the state Saturday uornmg
Doris Latham of Minneapolis, are
visitors at the bono of Rev. and Mrs
Leland W. Porter. Mr and Mrs. I-a-
bain are Mr. Porter's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. James William Dent.
who. with their two small children.
Elizabeth,; and James William, Jr..
returned ; Tuesday from Cannon
Reach, have as their house guest.
Miss Anne Forrest of Seattle.
Attorney Frank A. Turner and
daughter. Miss Joy Turner went , to
Newport rtaay morning lor a snon
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Flanders, of
Portland, returned to their home
Thursday after a few days visit with
Dr. and Mrs. L. T. Griffith. Mrs.
Flanders is Mrs. Griffith's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Dancy left
Monday for a fortnight's camping
trip at Neskowin.
Mrs. E. Lister of Turner, was the
gnest of Mrs. E. M. Vsndervort
Dr. and Mrs. ll" T. Griffith, with
their daughter Margaret, and Miss
Helen Rose, motored to Eugene Sat
urday for the week-end.
Tuesday evening Miss Beryl Mars
ters was hostess for a prettily ap
point six o'clock dinner in honor of
the Misses Dorothy and Vivian Or
rutt of Rosebnrg. at the home of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Marsters.
on Court street. Covers were laid
for ten. around the formal center
piece of geraniums, heliotrope and
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Peebles, of
Ijike City. Iowa, are the guests or
Mr. and Mrs. G. Sat ter lee at their
home on Saginaw street for a fort
night. Mr. Peebles Is Mr. Sat ter lee's
Mrs. Grace Layman of Portland,
arrived Wednesdsy for a week's vis
it with her mother. Mrs. E. M. Van-
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Skeller. of
Spokane are spending a few days In
the ctir as the xuests ol Mrs. a. at
Vandervort, at her home on Church
Mrs. Cora McBride of Portland
the denartnieatal n resident of the
Woman's Relief corps, is the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Ter
wllliser. at their home ChamekeU
Miss Mabel Lundy of Myrtle Pol at
Is the guesi of her uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner, at thetr
home on North Twenty-third street.
'Mrs. F. F. Dineler and children.
Gladys and Curtis, with Miss Mollis
Sevaleaur. will leave this morning
for a ten-day outing at Seaside.
The interesting house guests, of
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Jones, who
have been so delightfully entertained
this week sre Mrs. Josepn Kucaei w
Shaw anu Miss Emma Billlngtoa ofi
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rent, of Top-
penish. Wash., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs.-John Albert Mrs. Rent wss lor
merly Miss Mildred Wiggins ho
lived In Salem one winter wnen snw
attended Willamette university. . Mr.
and Mrs. Rens have Just returned
from their honeyssooa at Newport.
man and Irene Williams, are Tlrltlac
the former's parents. Mr. and Mr. J.
Oliver, at their home South Win
ter street for several days. sir. Si
lver Is assistant professor of animal
hsftbaaury at Oregon Agricultural
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Uttlcr and o.'
Robert, with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. L'P
tneyer, have returned from Califor
nia. They motored from San Diego
to Old Mexico and back to Sab Fran
cisco, visiting the Glen wood Mission
inn and other Interesting places.
(Continued on page 2.)
Mrs. T. G. Luker of Honolulu
the charming house guest of Mrs. C
Sdosk's lsndlnie was the scene of
a merry little picnic Thursday eve
ning, when Mr. and Mrs. Roma Hue.
ter. Mrs. Blanche N. Jones and Mlss
Maeyl Hunter and Florence jones
motored down for an evening
1 A. W. Oliver and Misses Nols Fur-
Wear Frolaset Corset
and experience real physical comfort
and Improved figure lines la these
perfected front lace corsets I
There Is a -right" model for every
type or figure ,
RENSKA L SWART. '
CORSET SPECIALIST .
Ill Liberty Street.
" " DiX C. Crochet Cottont
D. M. C Embroidery Cottons "
Stamped anI hand embroidered articles for the Fall
429 Court Street
Advance Showing of Fall Suits
At Advantageously Low Prices
The suits displayed are the result of weeks of eareful buying, every one of them offerinir Talues that cannot b da
plicated later, in some the savings are in the cloths that the makers owned Mow riding market quotations; in others
the saving are in silk linings and fur trimmings bought before the market reached its peak.
All Are New 1920-21 Styles
tallving in detail with advice. from Paris and London and with the recent approvals of the New York fiarraent Ex
iKsition. The materials embrace trieotines, silvertones. serges, velours-le-laine, poplins !. tailore,! with exceptional
skill in a word, garments of character and distinction.
Note Especially the Salts at
$29.75, $34.75, $44.75, $54.75 up to $95.00
Everv one a splendid value because we divide our buying gains with you for quick gelling rather than hold them for
the busy season in expectation of regular profit.
Here ia "Where the Pay As You Go Plan Works For Your Benefit