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SECOND NEWS SECTION
Pages 1 to 6
SOCCTY, EDITORIAL, CHURCHES, LABOR
NEWS AND FEATURES
SALKM, OKKttOX, SlXDAY ilOIiNlXtj, SEITEMBKK 5, 1U20
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By La on Coppock
"""; months, has forsaken the
city and with few exceptions, has
chosen the beaches, for delight
fully informal festivities. Pronil
l nent among these was the affair
' for which Colonel Hofer was host
recently, the occasion being his
natal -anniversary. A host or
friends from the cottages and the
Agate .Ueachi inn called to con
gratulate him and to spend the
afternoon at the Hofer cottage
while the youngsters reveled In a
' frolic on the beach, followed by
a watermelon feed. Late In the
afternoon tea and sandwiches
were served, after which a, pho
tographer from Nye beachl pho-
tographed the assemblage.
J On Monday a bevy of little
maids. Miss Mildred Roberts,
v Dorothy and Nancy Thielsen as
: sisted by Tommy Llvesley were
sponsors for a beach party hon
oring "Mrs. Amos Strong and
grandson Henry Westley Thiel
sen who returned to Salem this
: week. About 40 were present to
spend a delightful evening around
a roaring fire of driftwood on the
The approach of the opening of
school is drawing many to their
homes, however, and every day
brings someone from the beaches
or the mountains. Among them
are Mrs. T. A. Llvesley and,chil
' dren who are expected to arrive
from Nye Beach today. ; Mrs. Ben
W. Olcott and small sons, will
OCIKTY. ever the same d"nr-tHow their rottago at Cannon
ing tne uury summer ; beach and return to Salem short
j. Airs. Dan Pry. Sr. and Mrs.
Raymond Walh and Miss Priscil
la Fry, who have been summering
at Neskowin are returning Mon
day, as will the T. H. Browns. The
John J. Roberts and the Freder
ick Thlelsens have signified their
intention of returning to Salem
from Agate Beach the first of the
Miss Gladys Carson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Carson
nnd Lee C Douglas of Wenatehee,
Wash., were married at the home
of the bride's parents on Fair
view avenue. Thursday evening,
the services being read by Rev. K.
Sherwood of Kimball School of
Theology, who used the Impres
sive rouble ring ceremony. The
rooms were' filled with pink roses,
pink asters and ferns. Little Miss
Doris Nye, as flower girl, carried
a basket of white Clematis and
pink rosebuds, while small. Miss
Maxine Ulrfch. who acted as ring
bearer.' carried an "arm bouquet
of rose colored gladioli. - Mrs.
John D. Ulrich played Mendels
sohn's wedding march. The
bride who was unattended, was
arrayed in a gown of white crepej
de chine, and carried white bride's
roses. . ' i
After the ceremony, a wedding
dinner was serVed to 'about 35
guests, by Misses Fay and Fern
Wills and Carolina Vaerittt, on
the veranda, lighted by Japanese
lanterns and adorned with bask
ets of roses and white clematis.
Small tables were used, each cen
tered with a small art basket of
roses. Mr, and Mrs. Douglas, who
will make their home In Kugene,
are both graduates of Willamette
university, class og '16, and have
many friends in Salem.:
, Miss Katherine Schleef, daugh
ter or Dr. Katherine Schleef, will
leave for Sutherlin, Douglas coun
ty, in a few days to resume her
studies in the S. I). A. academy at
that place.; '
Mrs. W. C. Connor; and son
Clare motored to Cottage Grove
Friday to spend a few days with
relatives and take care ot the
fruit and berry crop on the home
place. ' ,
. Mrs. Andrew Leslie of Seattle,
Who has been the guest of her sis.
ter, Mrs. , A. IX Summer, the past
week, went to Portland yesterday
to meet her husband with whom
she will return to her home. Mr.
Leslie has been' to Denver on a
Wear Frolaset Corsets
and experience real physical cora
- fort and improved figure lines in
, these perfected front lace corsets!
There is a "righf'model for every
type of 'figure
RENSKA L SWART
j 115 Liberty St,
Mrs. Mary B. Crawford and
daughter. Miss Joyce, who have
been visiting relatives in Spring
valley will leave Monday for Chi
cago; where they will remain in-
Kclieme which vu carried out in
the table appoint ntent wlitrh
were sweet p-as anil ia-nd:ir and
the drawing room yan lio in at
tractive art basket uf th saute
blossoms. Honors ft-il to Ml.
Charles WeJIant ana Mrs. T. A.
Looney. About. 2ft matron wen:
present t enjoy the altemoon.
. . :
Mrs. H. O. Whit aocompanlHl
by her ?n Otho. spent two tiays
in Portland the fint Mf the wtvk.
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Miss Kileen Fnuiklin spent
Wednesday and Tirimlav in Al
bany as the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. Albert Ohmart.
Mr. and Mrs. Entmrtt Marr. Jr.,
of San Jarinto, Cal., nr spending
a few days in Salem as gusts of
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Lenn.jn. await
ing the arrival of ttcir son and
daughter. Dale and MIs Mary
Marr. who have hon njoyint a
fortnight at Seatiew. with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Era
mett Marr of Portland. Today
the Lennons and their gueHts will
motor to Silver Cree: falls for a
Miss Nell Hay, who has been
employed during the summer at
the state house, wept to Portland
yesterday where she lias accepted
a position in the schools -for the
. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Zadoe Riggs. Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs and O. K.
DeWitte have motored to Tilla
mook to enjoy a few days outing.
Miss Helen Harrington who has
been spending her vacation with
her ister. Mrs. William Evans.
returned Friday to Echo, Or.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pinkley
Wash., are guests at the home of
Mrs. Ashley White on North Cot
tage street. Mr. Pinkley is Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P, Aldrich l-rt
yesterday for a three weeks visit
In Los Angees.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P.Wainer
and children Louise and Margaret
returned Thursday from San
Francisco and Lo Angeles where
they have been r pending the
summer. Miss Helen, who ac
companied her parents south, re
mained to enter Mlsa college.
? Simplicity was the keynote ot
a charming tittle luncheon Thurs
day when Miss Ava Wilson enter
talned the members of her Sun
day school class. The table was
adorned with a bowl of variegat
ed sweet peaa. Mrs. Alfred Wea
ver read the lesson arter which
music' and games on the " lawn
made the afternoon pass rapidly.
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Mrs. C. P. Ohllng. formerly
Margaret Polsal, and her two
children. Lucille and Robert, have
returned to their home In Seattle
after enioying a month's visit at
the H. S. Poisal home.
' ' . ,
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ander
son of Council Bluffs, la., left for
Professor Lulu Rosamond, director of the Salem School of Ex
pression which will bjen September 8.
Of signal interest to the artis
tic circle comes the announce
ment of the opening September S
of the Salem School of Kxpression
to be directed by Prof. Lulu Rosa
mond Walton, formerly of the iIp
partment of expression at Tay
lor university, I'pland. III. Pro
fessor Walton. 'who Is a graduate
of the Fish School of Ex pre? Ion,
elasa of '17. and of the Curry
School of I tost on; and who is re
membered in Salem Tor her artis
tic dramatic interpretations, was
accepted for, overseas service as
an entertainer, but the signing of
tin armistice prevented her from
Th Ppsilon cluptc nf Sigma
Kappa woman's rraterntty enters
tained Friday evenlnj with a the
ater Dartv at the t J re ton followed
by a luncheon at the Grav-lieiliJ
asKing as tnetr guests, miss uiga
Kirk wood. Mildred Imlah. lertha
Vick, Amelia Babeock and Je;t!tf-
ette Meredith. The members of
the O. A. C chapter wh. entti
talned were 'Mrs. Ralnh KellofK.
Misses Veda Young, Rena Scott
and Edna Waters.
definitely. Miss Crawford is em-
ployed .in the public accountant
office of P, L. Crawford.
Complimenting Mra. Andrew
Perrins Warner, who returns the
fore part of the week from Los
Angeles, Mrs.' Sidney Martin en
tertained Friday with an informal
luncheon followed by an after
noon of bridge. Orchid and pale
pink were combined to make
an unusually pleasing color
their. home ThtJrsday evening af
ter spending the summer on the
Pacific coast. For the month of
August they were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Miller on Seven
JJr. and. Airs-E- Cooke Pattoa
and their daughter Luella, ac
comnanied by the II. Hald family.
will motor to Silver Creek falls
today for a Iwd days -ramping
Before you purchase the material for
the making of your new coat it would
be well to look at these wonderful val
ues we are offering in WOOL COAT
INGS for LADIES' MISSES and CHILDREN.
Hea?y Plaid Coatings, Wool ' Velours in Brown, Dark Green, Blade, Pur
ple, Taupe and Navy Wool Bedford Cords in Brown, Copen,; Red and
$4.50 to $6.50 Values
- Now One-Half Price
DRESS GOODS SPECIAL
Wool and Cotton Plaids in a splendid assortment of colors, suitable for
ladies' skirts and misses'; and children's drtstts. These are extra val
ues at. .. ..... ..... - -35c to $3.25 yard
Wool and Cotton Serges in Red, Tan, Grey, Copen and Brown, 36 inch
es wide. A great value at..:..: - - - .......: 98c yard
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416 Stats SI
"Mr. and Mrs. Angus McFar
and. their small hoti. Ahgus M'
Farland. Jr.. and their niece, lit
tle Miss Jane Kent, who have
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. R; J.
Channlng for several weeks, left
Friday to return to their home in
Itend. Or. Mrs. Channlng. witii
Mrs. McFarland and the children,
returned 'a week ago from an out
ing at the Tillamook beaches,
and Mr. Channlng and Mrs. Mc
Farlaad arrived in Salem Thurs
day qfter a fishing .trip on the
Mrs.. Llanche Liston Niemeyer,
her small son Stuart, and her two
sisters. Misses Ethel and Cocille
Liston. motored to Portland yes
terday to be the guests of their
sister. Mrs. A. J. Lennon. for a
few days and to meet C. W. Nie
meyer. who has been In Seattle
on X business trip. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loose and
their son Loren. Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Harmon of Portland and Mr.
and Mrs. V. G. Frasier of Mc-
Minnville motored to Pacific City
for an outing of several days.
Harold Anderson is spending
the week-end in Eugene as a
gnest at the P. H. Poorman home.
Mr. 'Anderson is making arrange
ments to enter the University of
Friday morning Mr. and Mrs.
Tt. N. Hood, who have teen spend
ing the Dat week in Salem as
guests of Mrs. Hood's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Murphy, left
for their home in Santa Barbara.
Cal. Mr. Hood has recently re
turned from a business trip to
the east' while Mrs. Hood was the
guest of her sister in Spokane.
Mr. and .Mrs. Linn Smith have
returned from a fortnight's visit
In San Francisco and Oakland.
Mr. and Airs. Clyde Johnson
have as their guests Mr. and Mrs.
Day Richardson! of San Louis
Obispo. Cal. ' Mr.' and Mrs. Rlch-
ardson will spend a few days in
Portland this week. .
Mr. and Mr. Walter Spaulding.
accompanied by Miss Gladys Mil
ler, who is a sister of Mrs. Spaul
ding, left yesterday morning for
a motor trip to ML Hood.
Mrs. Joseph Ranmgartner and
her daughter. Miss Lenta Baum
gartner. hare returned from a
week's visit to Seattle.
Mrs. Ed Young was hostess for
a small dinner party the fore part
of the week when she entertained
in honor of Mrs. Mann and Miss
Webb of the girls' industrial
school. Covers were laid for
Caroline Testout toses and
fluffy whUe clematis, arranged In
tall srt baskets, decorated the
rooms when Rev. and Mrs. II. E.
Pemberton opened their home to
about 40 members of the South
Salem Friends church Wednes
day events; In honor of Dr. and
Mrs. Al'uert Miller, who have re
cently returned from Kansas. Dr.
Miller is musical director of the
church. Music and games were
injoyed. after which refreshments
, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Walse.
who havei been enjoyinr a few
weeks at. the Tillamook beaches.!
stopped off a few hours In Salem
Friday a visit with Mrs. Wlse's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. I " K.
Urewer. Mr. and Mrs Walse,
mho are former SaUm residents,
will spend the winter tn Califor
Miss Cora Nlst U spending the
week-end in Brooke as the guest
of Miss Ruth Aspinwall.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Chapman
left Friday to spend the winter in
Mr. and MrL W. Drake, 1812
North Fifth street, are enioying
a- week-end visit with friends' In
Mrs. James W. Dent was hos
tess for a small luncheon Wed
nesday when she entertained in
honor t her house guest. Miss
Anne Forrest, who went to Port
land Friday evening to spend
lew days with relatives before re
turning to the east. Short, wide
ivory-colored art baskets, filled
with colorful gold and brown cor
ianthus. were arranged about the
rooms and the side veranda,
where luncheon waa served, the
brown, gold and ivory color
.rcheme br.mg used in the appoint
ments. Covers were laid for six.
l oth Miss Avison and Miss Har
ris are graduates of WiUaiuett
tiniventity. where they were meni
lrs of the Adelante Literary so
ciety. Kenn-th Legge. son of F. A.
Igiee and a graduate or Willam
ette university with the class of
'to. is enjoying a brief Tisit in
Spokane as the guest of friends.
Mrs. Earle Coulson Flegel left
Thursday to spend a week In
Harrisburg as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Shisler.
Miss Doris Allen or the state
library has as her week-end guest
Miss Violet Coe of Gresham.
Miss Minelta Magers of Port
land Is tpending the week-end
with friends in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Abrahams
or ian Francisco, who are well
known to Salem peonle. are the
guests of Mrs. F. P. Talkington
and daughter. Miss Cora Talking-'
Miss Gertrude Hartman and her
brother. Otto Hartman. have
motored to Portland for the
Miss La Verne Kantner. re
turned yesterday from Seattle
where she has been the guest ot
her sister. Mrs. Arthur Thomas,
for the past month.
Mlsa Gene Belle is spending the
week-end with friends in Port
Last Sunday the teaehera and
ex-teacher of the girls industrial
school surprised Mrs. Mana. the
retiring superintendent, with t
"searching party.- The evening
was spent In rocial chat, atter
whirh refreshments were served.
Miss Nellie Rightman of Ever
ett. Wash., Is enjoying a fort
fight's visit at the R.wcoe Arm
Ltrong home. Mlsa Rightman and
Mrs. Armstrong are sisters.
Mrs. E. J. Stephens uid small
sons. Dudley and Leonard. . re
tained Friday fron a month's
outing at Rockawty. While there
they wre domiciled at the Ocean
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Miss Marie Marshall Is spend
ing the week-end In Portland as
the ruest of Mlsa Rath Shallin
County Court Says Street
Must Be Kept Open or
Keep the highway open or close
the skating rink Is the edict
about to be issued by the county
esart against the operation of the
Dreamland rink operated by Otto
Klett on State street near the
penitentiary. The announcement
was given out by the county court
yesterday afternoon in response
to complaints that have bven
made by residents of noar the end
of State street and by automobile
Residents n?ar the dance hall
have complained to county offi
cials also about the notse of the
automobiles. Since the pavilion
Is situated outside of the city
limits the city authorities, are or
little aid to the Salem residents.
This is one source of the com
plaints that have come to - the
county officials. '
The other source of information
may compel the county 'court td
take action comes from automo
bile drivers on the Pacific high
way. These complaints say that'
during the progress of a dance
at the pavilion cars are parked on
the highway to such an extent
that traffic Is Impeded. Some
times, says the complaint, the
highway is impassable and sever
al accidents have been narrowly
averted. The city may co-operate
with the county officials in
regard keeping the highway open,
as a portion of the highway la
within the city limits.
Some of the county orflciala
do not want to close the rink, but
they said yesterday afternoon that
the highway mast be kept open,
and unless It Is the dance hall
will be directed to cease Its oper
ations. The only remedy offered
by th county court is to "provide I
a private parking place for the
cars that patronize the hall.
NU BONE CORSETS
for. Individual Beauty, for
clean-cut tines for your rown
or tailored salt aU depend on
the Corset beneath. Will ont
wear two of any other corset
made. We carry Tons! to.
the wonderful superfluous hair
remover, aad the American
Beauty Face Cream.
A. E. LYONS
Phone 9SS 4 19 Court St.
Scarlet salvia was used to form
a setting for the surprise party
in honor of the birthday ot Cbas.
Knowland Tuesday for . which
Mrs. Knowland was hostess. Will
Cravat And P. E. Fullerton car
ried off the honors at five hun
dred. AUer the cards the hos
tess served refreshments to Mr.
and Mrs. E. Knrtz, Mr. and Mrs.
lister Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Can field, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cra
vat, ,Mr. and Mrs. Clare Vlbbert.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Pace. Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Gleason, Mr. and Mrs.
P. E. Fullerton, Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Delano. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
iHiue. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Ellis.
and Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Olson.
Miss Aline Thompson was hos
tess for an 4nfornfal tea at her
home On Chemeketa street Fri
day, bidding a group of her
friends ior an afternoon. Miss
Hazel iiawninr assisted the hos
tess serving tea to the following:
Mesdames I ten W. Olcott. Earle
Coulson Flegel. William II. Burg
hardt Jr.. Dan Fry Jr.. J. L. Van
Doren. Pearce Van loren. Hush
McCammon. Harry Hawkins. Al
lan Hynon. William Cannel! Dyer.
Frederick Thlelaen. W. M. Plimp
ton, John J. Roberts. T. A. Llves
ley. and Mioses Catherine Carson
and Iris Hawley.
Miss Alice Edwards of Grants
Pass: who has been a guest at
the R. M. Nordson home for sev
ral weeks, left yesterday for
Newport whore she will spend a
fortnight with her cousin. Mis
Mildred Jenkins at the Jenkins
cottage. '"Ocean Mist," before re
turning to her home In southern
DaviJ Eyre, who has recently
Nen enjoying a trip to California,
Is expected to arrive home to
day. lr. Eyre "spent some time
in San Francisco and Los Ange
les where he was the guest of
his sister. Mrs. Frederick Stan
ley. Ted Young, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Toung. spent the
weok-end In Salem as the guest
of Robert Bishop at the C D.
Gabriel son 'home.
Miss Genevieve Avison, daugh
ter, or Rev. and Mrs. Richard
Avison. left Thursday for eastern
Oregon where she has accepted
a position In the high school at
Milton. She was accompanied by
Miss Averil Harris, who will alio
Instruct in Milton hisa school.
PORTLAND. Or.. Aug. 31.
One or the largest central ware
house in the northwest for stor
age of canned fruits and vege
tables has Just been completed tor
A. Rupert and company. Inc.. op
erators of eight big canneries tn
Oregon and Washington. The
new structure which Is of brick.
is capable of handling 100.000
cases or fruit. Operation has al
ready begun In the newest ot the
Rupert plants, recently finished
"We bad raisin pie for dinner
yesterday and pa got awful mad.'
'What's the matter? Doesnt
he like raisin pie?"
"Yep. but he told ma he had
bought those raisins for another
purpose. Detroit Free Press.
This week many new and
striking models In Duvetyn.
Velvet and Feathers wd ar
rive, embracing the favored
shades or colors such as rich
"Pheasant. "R e so late"
blue, warm browns and
Popular Priced Hats
The shipment will include
many, of the popular priced
hata which we are featuring
this season. These bats are
ftally remarkable offerings
It their price. SS.S0. I7.S0.
IS 5J to f 10 0.
Th3 French SI;:?
M. Baffe Morrison
IIS N. High St. .
New Stamped Good
for Holiday Embroideries. Xcw CoTeltie for the
. children - .
429 Court Street
C. E. 'Warner
MEET ME AT MILLER'S;
The Day -the Whole Nation Takes
Pleasure in Honoring
This is not the day or the nation of loafers, of at im pet-sand
scampers, of sabotage, or seditionists. There are wolves
hiding under the honored raiment of Labor that might have so
thought; but not so of the true American "NVorkingman, the
man of brain and fekill, who will never .be the eatspaw of the
Nowhere is there any desire to reduce Labor's prosperity,
except by those who are parasites on the workers; and there
will be no occasion for any reduction of wages, if Labor will sim
ply be American and give; its skill and energy wholeheartedly
to producing a good day's labor for a good day Vpay.
That isthe way true Americans will answer the problem of
All Honor to American Labor
and Labor's Holiday
WE ARE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY "
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