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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1921)
THK ORF.fWN STATESMAN, SAIEXf, OBF.fiOM
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1921
XIL-a Holn pe1r,. Mi M nai lors IUUIUIIV.W .
BY MOLLY BBUNK
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-t-HE mothers of the city will bo ygIy1 the Hrst Bteps of the "Rea-;
VJL pleased to know that Salem in con System" or that ot phom-i.c5
to he favoreil with a kinder- reading used in the primary.
Earten. MiHs Loraine Parsons an-j grades of our Salem schools. She;
nounces the opening or a kinder-j will thus prepare the small child !
garten on February 28 at the Kp-jfor a more rapid advancement on ;
worth halt ot the Methodist ) entering school. "Bradley's ltusy i
. church. J Work" will also be perxued con-
' MIhh Parson has ;ot returned status of papr folding weaving. f
tfrr.m nrhonl nenr San rFanrlsco. I ruling and pasting as well as the;
HardiHR. Miss Helen Hantia, AIM
Alice Ilol man and Dean France
Sunday Mia Holman and IVan;
Richards were hostesses, enter-;
t .tin in-.; rcr the pleasure of Dr. and j
Mrs. John II. Sites.
Valentines will ho utilize! in
decorating the table toniplit for
the second faculty dinner at l.aii-
saitane hall. The following will;
W guests: Dr. and Mrs. Carl!
Crejrs Doney. Ian and Mrs.;
George 11. Alden. Prof, anil Mrs.;
(Jnstav Khsen. Prof, and Mrs. j
Charles I-. Sherman. Prof, and
Mrs. J. T. Matthews and Prof, and :
lesses to be. Mrs. Amos Isarer,
Mr. W. K. Neptune, Mrs. li.
i Deacon, Mrs. Harry Koss and Mia.
I Nt-lli.' Adelhart.
hating taken her training both
there and at Walla Walla Wash.
Bhe has had charge of as many as
150 little tots at one time.
The course which Mlsa Parsons
proposes using Is one which In-
Salem School of Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton, Director
147 N. Commercial
Phone 692 1484J
Special Coarse In Tubllc Speaking
You Will Buy
interesting litle sewing cards - TV more dinners will compete !
I u rr-ti i n tr urn! nutinnal nr.llL'S Wills . .
, p"-"4 '.: t i the scries.
Itv taught with music. ; . i "
The mothers of little folks from! Mr? ,, n Fleming and Mrs.
the ages of three to six may be re-j H xVeidm r are leaving for
lievea n ine auernoon jrom - p. ; Portland lhi, m0rning. where they
m. to 4:30 p. m., which sttch lit-. WVerl days as the
tie folks are being hot n insiruciea . - ..niiin m Ward !
Why not get the best at first
The Store of Housewares
and entertained. The kindergar
ten will be held every afternoon
except Saturday. Children will be
called for and returned to their
homes. '' ' V
Mrs. A. II. Marsh, wn'e of P
rosentative Marsh of Douglas
leountv and small daughter Mary
1 Elizabeth, are visiting friends in
! the city during the remainder or
th session. iBoth Representative
1 and Mrs. Marsh are former Will
! amette university students and
have many friends ,here among the
Beginning a series of dinners in
honor of the faculty of Willamette
university; the girls of Lausanne
hall entertained in their attrac
tive new dining room Friday
night., covers being laid for Mrs.
Alice H. Dodd. Miss Lyda Fake.
Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Findl. y n
tertaineil the members of the Mar
ion Lawrence Ilible class of the J
First .Methodist rlnirrll Monday j
nl.ht. "MistlanU" prunes furn
ished the chief feature oT the ie-
freshments, being served in var- J
ious ways. About !." men and ;
v.omen enj lyed the hospitality of j
Miss Honor Z-ll entertained a
few of her friends at her home
Saturday night. A luncheon was
served carrying out a valentine
motif. Those present were Louise
Poujade. Iris Hrant. Lena Spauld
ing. Kunice Robertson. De Ixdso
Hill. Mary Hassler, Helen Yarnll.
Klsie llaymoud. Vivian rtter and
ly, "that while' )ou may flatter
yourself you bare a' remarkable
memory and It is remarkable
yet almost any Asiatic you ee
could beat you all hollow on mem- J
1 ory feats, tr you t'liiy unuermoou ;
in each other's language. He. of ;
i course, couldn't have any Idea of j
' the meaning of the figures, but ,
he would have stored them away t
dsDite his it-norance of even
Salem Girl Dietitian
I In Eastern Hospita
Miss Crnevleve Potter of Sa
lem, graduate of the school of
home economics in 191-, Is head
dietitian at Dr. Marvin Smith's
sanitarium at Jacksonville, Fla..
the sounds of our language like I according to a letter received from
so much cordwood. and when tie
got a chance to deliver them to
some person who could use them,
there wouldn't have been a Bin
gle stray figure missing."
"I see." I said humbly. "But
welfare cllnlos.'and as manager of
catetirlas and tea rooms.
Constant demand for exper
ienced workers in snch line are
being made on O. A. C. and other
home economic departments
schools over the country. O. A.
has graduates In such work In
i Kansas. Florida. New York. Ore
i gon. California. Alaska. Montana
and other states.
the doughboys. "It rri
going to be a'long time ( ,
fore you'll ever "Hand at
This is an opportunity indeed. The girls are always
in need of hairbow ribbons, they can never have too
many. These ribbons are also suitable for fancy work.
They come in plaids, stripes, moire and flowered de
Mail orders. We pay the postage or express on all
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back
Bowles. , I
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iliSS llirui II) riv'iuru ui
Dalles is In the city, the guest of
her sister Miss Myrtle Harden,
who Is here during the legisla
ture. Mrs. J. II. (larnjohst is enter
taining her mother. Mrs. Charles
ltiestad of Silverton, who arrived
Sunday night and will remain
through the week. Accompanvlng
her was her little granddaughter.
Ruth Jean Garnjohst who had
been with her for several wopks.
Mrs. Ronald Glover and Mrs.
Alpheus Gillette will he joint hos
tesses tomorrow afternoon, enter
taining the members of the Rap-
heterian society, at the residence
of the former.
Miss May Moore and Miss Fran-
Elliott have returned from
Newberg where they spent the
The Salem O. A. C. elnh will
participate in an old-rashioned
taffy-pull tomorrow night, the af
fair taking the place of the regu
lar monthly assembly
why didn't you open the door and
confront him? He ought to be
gotten rid of at once don't you
"Indeed I don't." Lillian re
torted. "I want to give him and
Grace Draper, too. rope enough to
hang them. If they'll only tangle
themselves up In It."
"That's the reason you kept me
telling trradiddles all during the
visit, is it?" I asked reproachful
ly. "Of course." Lillian replied,
unashamed. "I tell you. my dear.
If we Just manage things ' right,
we'll hag the biggest lot of ene
my rples their master, the devil,
ever let lnflfe. And to do that
I'll move heaven and earth, and
her. Misa Potter has had exten
sive and valuable service In insti
tutional work since her gradua
In ll.o ni-.ttltlnn nf dietitian at
the Presbyterian hospital of New j r"n" -ur a b"tlB J
..no f I m i ovum.
NOT I.N 3lr,Ii
Some of the returned poldiers
The Kaiser whool parent-teach- J I give yon fair warning I'm
going to consider neither nerves,
feelings nor personality until this
thing Is over. I'm going to land
Grace Draper and that Allls nut
this trip, or throw up my hands
and go to washing dishein some
body's kitchen for a living!"
To be continued)
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Arrived this morning
l Chicago's Greatest Foot Doctor
M l he. rnce Shoe
Bring Your Foot Troubles To
afi!l;ri; . Him
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The Modern Writer's section of
the Salem Art league will meet in
the Monroe Gilbert studio over the
Bootery, tomorrow night.
The various circles of the La
dies' Aid society of the First Meth
odist church will meet at the fol
lowing places at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon: East Central. Mrs. E.
T. Barnes. 325 North Capifal;
West Central. Mrs. J. A. Patterson
C7D North High: South East. E.
J. Swtfford. 1500 Ferry; Lucy
Anna Lee. Mrs. Benjamin Blatch
ford. 1745 State: Yew Park. Mrs.
Shade, 1168 Leslie.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar returned
the first of the week from Corval
lis. where she was a week-end
guefct cf her mother, Mrs. N, Tar
The Sihalo corps of the Girl Re
serves of the Washington school
entertained with pretty Valentine
tea Monday afternoon at the home
of Miss Eva Scott, girls' work sec
retary of the Y. W. C. A. Pre
ceeding the program of enter
tainment, a brief business meet
ing was held, at which time plans
were made for a tea to be given
the girls mothers next Monday In
the Y. W. C. A. Tooms.
Those present Monday were
Crystal Mills. Mary Cupper, Ro
salie Bnren. Veryl Krentz. Flor
ence Powers. Mildred Gilbert.
Irene Greenbaum. Viola Meyer,
Gladys White, Angela Sundin.
Geneva Sundin, Helen Breiten
stein, Margaret Millard, Marcla
Fustman. Janet Plimpton. Leona
Geer, Orma Mclntyre and Mildred
The members of the TIHIcum
club enjoyed one of their monthly
dancing parties in Moose hall
last night. -
Several motor loads of Salem
folk went over to Silverton Mon
day night to attend the dance
which the Silverton's Woman's
club sponsored for the benefit of
the Silverton library. The arfalr
was held in the armory, and was
attended by a crowd that com
pletely filled the big room. Miss
Mariaret White was featured In
two solo numbers. "The Fields"
aHe. and a Spanish dance, both
Among those attending fr-"m
satem were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
w-hlte Me. and Mrs. William J.
Kaerth. Mr. and -Mrs. Fred'Dra
eer Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McEl
vain. Miss Mildred Stringham.
Miss Margaret W hite. Veru and
Mrs. F. W. Selee will entertain
the ladies of the south central
circle of the First Methodist Epis
copal church Wednesday after
noon at 2:30 at her home, corner
of Liberty road and Hanson ave
nue. Following the business ses
sion Mrs. Frank Myers will give a
paper on "Oregon Wild Flowers
The meeting of the Naomi cir
cla -of the First Methodist church
which was to meet this afternoon
he residence of Mrs. R. V.
Hollenberg, 292 North Twentieth
". hp- heen postponed until
Miss Nina Kitts. clever young
rtlo dancer, was featured in a
Russian toe dance at the enter
tainment which the Salem lodge
of Elks gave in McMinnville Sat
urday night. x ' .
The Ladles Aid society of the
Central Congregational chnrfih
will give a tea in the church pat-
er association held Its regular
monthly meeting last Friday nlsht
with a larf attendance recorded.
The entertainment of the evening
was put on by the pupils or Miss
Pearl Eyre's room. AIout $-'."
was realized from the sale of can
dy, which will be used for athlet
ic equipment Tor the play grounds.
The school "boasts a six-piece or
chestra, and selections by it with
readings, featured the program.
The ladies' Aid tociety of the
Kaiser district is planning a Mar
tha Washington tea. to be f,iven
on the night of the 22nd. a pro
gram of appropriate numbers to
be given at the time.
Thf Parent-teacher association
plans to furnish an auditorium
and playshed to be built next sum
The Story oi a Honeymoon
k Wonderfal Romance off Married
Lire Wonderfully Told by
Orleans. This hospital' Is
the largest In the country.
Miss Potter t only one- of the
graduates of home economics who
Is Hlling positions as dietitians in
hospitals, sanitariums, and child
"Wen. Doyi aid the rancher,
"do you like this work better than
"In some ways. It's better and
In some it ain't." spoke up one of
AVOID THE WASTE
And the wear and tear caused b7
undigested food that exhausts
your digestive organs, does not
nourish your blood, and weakens
instead of giving strength.
Hood's sarsaparilla fs a splen
did tonic for the blood, stomach,
kidneys and liver. It creates an
appetltie. perfects digestion and
assimilation, secures 100 per cent
nourishment from your food.
More than thin, it purifies, vi
tal, zes and enriches the blood,
which is the life of the body, elim
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tism, that tired feeling and other
diseases, the poisons of diphthe
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Take Hood's Pills for a rentle
laxative (small dose) or an active
cathartic (large dose.) Adv.
of taffetas, canton crepes
and silk combinations
just received direct from
the Eastern Fashion cen
$20.00 TO $37.50
Our Prices Always The Lowest
Court and Commercial Streets
In the hall of Mrs. Durkee's
house, for the last few weeks,
"the house of mystery, there la
a large closet diagonally .across
from the library. Toward this
Lillian moved swiftly, noiseless
ly, while I, toiling after her. felt
my breath coming unevenly in
wonder as to the thing she meant
She paused at the door, bent
her ear to the keyholebeing
careful, however, not to obstruct
the light and listened. Then
she beckoned me to do likewise.
As I did so. I distinctly heard the
so""d of suonressed breathing.
She gripped my arm. and
ffc, r yp a hea.vv cloth reeking
of floor oil, shut in the crack of
the door. And then, indicating
by a gesture that I was to hurry
on. she inserted the key which
she held into the lock and turned
The following minute she was
by my side hurrying toward the
door and the next we were both
.woon the side veranda, exchang
ing careless, perfunctory noth
ings with Dr. Pettit,
It wasn't until we were en--t'rely
within our own ground3
that I ventured a question.
"Kato?" I asked.
"Kato, of course," she an
swered "And that doddering old
idiot I beg your pardon. Madge,
I really can't help my adjectives
vrnt hear a word against him.
I doubt If he would be convinced
even at the sight or hli faithful
one doubled up In the closot
where he dodged when I opened
'How did he ever get there' so
quickly?" 1 asked.
Lillian Knew the Oriental.
"My dear child." Lillian replied,
dldacticallv. "no cat in the world
ever had it on an Asiatic when it
comes to a quick and noiseless
shift of position. But. fortunate
ly, knowing the configuration of
the hall and closet and a little
about the Oriental mind, although
no occidental ever sees more than
a tiny comer of their mental
workings. I figured that he would
do exactly the stunt he did. As
I opened the door I sent my eyes
directly to the closet door, wast
ing no time upon looking up and
down the hall. And I was re
warded by seeing the door close,
with the oiled Tag hanging out of
it. It was child's play to. turn
the kev. take it out and be as
sured that he wouldn't have the
onnortnnlty to steal those fig
"It was a wonderful thing to
catch him that way and !ock
him up." I said sincerely, "but
how could he possibly maka head
or t-U ou. or those figures?"
Lillian looked at me commls
eratiTjsiy. , "You're a nice child. Madge."
ehe said ironically, "and you don't
swear and you're kind to your
poor old mother-in-law, and
sometimes vou're most awfully
clever and aealn you're the big
gest dunce going "
"Thanks awfully, for the pos
ies." I retorted pertly, for Lil
lian's persiflage neither n'fends
nor grieves me. "hot I think vou'H
have to elucidate a bit. I still
Playing ForThe Biggest Stake.
"Well. then. know. oh. Ignorant
I one!" began Lillian bombastical-
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