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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING MAY 22, 1921
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Mlas Keeks, Miss Delero and
Miss Eva- Scott, the former two
national JY. W. C. A.- secretaries
who do iwork only among the
glrlc in Indian schools, were din
ner guests at Chemawa on Mon
day night visiting the meeting
of the Three-L club there, which
is directed by Miss Gertrude Eak
irt. Mis Meeks and Miss Dele ro
are Tlsittag Indian schools all oyer
the United States and compli
mented the Instruction at Che
mawa school as being the best
of any they had yet observed in
! Miss Eva Scott, girls' work
secretary pf the Y. W. C. A., will
go to Woodburn Tuesday to meet
with the organization of Girl Re
serves there and help in the se
lecting of delegates to the sum
mer camp of the Y. W. C. A. at
I. High school Girl Reserves met
at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday
night, enjoying a pot-luck sup
per in the cafeteria room of the
association rooms. In addition to
the regular meeting plans were
made for sending delegates to the
summer camp at Siltcoos lake this
Mr. and Mrs. i nomas Reese
and ' tare? attractive daughters,
Gwendolyn, Roberta and Mary,
arrived yesterday by motor to
spend Said rday night and Sunday
-as guests, at the home of Mr. and
lira. Elmo 8. White. The Reeaes
are on their way to San Francis-
;a'd to visit with Mr. Reese's par
Black, $9D0f $10.00
" and '$12.00 grades
-Women's Low Heel
Kid snd Cslf ;
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ents. They will probably vilt
here again on their way back to
their home in eastern Oregon at
the end of the summer.
For the regular meeting of the
Raphatarian dub this week, Mr.
H. B. Compton was hostess at
her home on South Commercial
street. Columbines and various
other flowers of the season were
used to decorate the rooms. In
the dining room Cecil Brunner
roses and carnations centered the
dining table and in the hail great
bowls of lupine attractively ar
ranged to please the eye.
Mrs. Louis Compton was a
special guest for the afternoon,
the members of the club present
being Mra. Elliot Colony, Mrs.
Otto Wilson. Mrs. Guy Smith.
Mrs. Roy Shields. Mrs. Albert Se
wart. Mrs. Ronald Glover, Mrs. L.
M. Unruh and Mrs. West. Mrs.
Sewart will entertain the club
Mrs. Elmo S. White spent last
week-end in Portland as the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. William
McN'ab, returning 'home the fore
part of the week.
Mrs. G. E. Lestlco of Great
Falls, Mont., who has been visit
ing with her daughter. Mrs. J. W.
Martin, left yesterday for Port
land where the will spend the
The Nancy Hanxs club will
meet at 3:15 Monday afternoon
at the LJncoln school. Mrs. Wil
liam E. Kirk will discuss th pro-
'All day Saturday our store
eager to take advantage of
Although hundreds of pairs
are still full lines to chdose
and secure some
Brown and Black
$3.50 and 4.00
Boys' Brown and Black Dress Shoes;
$6.00 and $7.00 &4 AC
.Women's Dress Shoes. Brown and
Women's Black Lace Comfort Shoes;
$6.00 and $7.00 (4 QC
, grades . tp4.
Women's High Grade Brown. Oxfords ;
all aizea; d0 QC
$12.00 grades . POwUJ
Women 'a High Grade Black Oxfords;
all sizes; $10.00 t7 QC
grsdes - V VD
Women's Low Heel Brown Oxfords;
all sizes; $9.00 AT
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Black Oxfords ;
WOMEN'S WITCH ELK OUTING SHOES, BROWN AND
SMOKE; $13.00 GRADES ....:..
326 8ttla fatttUtutaUs
posed laws and amendments that
will come up at the coming fpc
ial election. All women, wriettjer
members of th club or not, are
Mrs. L. (J. Daldwin, who has
been ill sine last Saturday, ic
improving slowly, according t
friends. She lives at 920 Mill
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Adrian or
Springfield arrived yesterday to
visit with Mrs. Adrian's father
and sister in this city for a few
A hard times social was held
at the Bungalow Christian church
by the Christian Endeavor soci
ety recently, a large number of
young people enjoying the infor
mal affair. The rooms were dec
orated in Scotch broom and a de
lightful program was given by
the older members of the. church.
The Kork home at 407
North Twenty-first street was a
center of enjoyment and enter
tainment Tuesday night when the
members of the Young Peoples
Alliance of the Seventeenth street
Evangelical church gathered
there to bold their monthly busi
ness meeting. The chairman of
the various committees gave re
ports concerning their work dur
ing the past month. It was de
cided that each member of the
Alliance take different days to
write to Mrs. F. W. Launer. who
at present, on account of bad
heal'h. is stsying at the home ol
was packed with
our big ,
of shoes were sold.
6f those bargains
Women's Black and Brown
Men's Brown Dress Shoes;
Men's Brown English
$14.00 grades ..
Dresa Shoes ;
Men's Black Kangaroo leather lined,
rubber heels; Q QJ
$15.00 grades spO.iJD
Women's Felt House Slippers, all sizes
and colors; $3.00 and ( fff
sizes ; regular .
House Slippers; all
r-Children's High Grade ; Shoes; up to
$5.00 rf9 Qf-
her daughter. Mrs. Barclay New
man of Eugene.
Following the completion rl
business, the meeting adjourned.
A literary program was then
given which caused much merri
ment on account of the many
strange and comical parts which
were acted One feature which
caused much smusement was in
original dialogue planned and su
perintended by Miss Elsie Lippold
and Miss Alta Zinn. Ice cream
and cake, were served at a late
Lour by the hostess.
Miss Mildred Lawson of Spo
kane is a guest over the week-end
of friends at Willamette univer
sity where she formerly was a
rtudent for two years. She was a
dinner guest at Beta Chi house on
Friends of Miss Ethel Fletcher,
retiring president of the Re be k ah
assembly of Oregon, are very
much pleased over the honor
which was conferred upon Miss
Fletcher at the recent convention
of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs.
at Albany. Miss Fletcher was
chosen to attend the : national
meeting of all Rebekah assemblies
which is to be held in 'Toronto
( Mrs. H. H. Olinger and Mrs. G.
G. Brown were in Portland on
Thursday visiting with friends and
A recital given at St. Vincent
training school in Portland Wed
nesday night is of interest to a
number of Salem people in that
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Fred L. Boynton, tenor, the prin-
cipal in the recital, was for a
short time a resident here. Mr.
Boynton was assisted by Miss
Florence Warmoth, contralto, and
Miss Eva Pitman, pianist and ac
companist. Each number on the program
was heartily encored by the large
group of persons in attendance.
Mr Boynton is remembered by
Salem people as having a fine,
smooth and sympathetic voice.
His interpretations are excellent,
according to Miss Minetta Magers
who is instructor for the three.
Miss Warmoth has a rich voice
of unusual beauty and Miss Pit
man displayed brilliancy and a
good technique in her selections.
Following is the program of
"Ppen the Gates" Knapp
"Deep in the Heart of You"..
"The Victor" Burleigh
Fred L. Boynton.
"Si la Stanchezza M'Oppine"
(II Trovatore) Verdi
Mr. Boynton, Miss Warmoth.
"Japanese Death Song". . .Sharp
"Spring's Awakening".... Buck
"Ave Maria" (Cavalleria Rus-
"Allah, Give Me Mine" Ball
"La Donna E'Mobile" Verdi
"O Sole Mio" DiCapua
Fred L. Boynton.
"To Spring" Greig
"Salute A Pesth" Kowalski
Minor and Major ...... Spross
"To a Hill Top" Cox
"A Little Bit O'Honey". . . Bond
Fred L. Boynton.
An interesting article in a re
cent issue of the Orange County
Plain Dealer of Anaheim, Calif.,
tells of the success of Miss Flor
ence Austin, pianist, a former Sa
lem girl who is the pupil of Miss
Luna Wei f man. The article says
in part: "Miss Austin, though a
very young girl, displayed great
ability along many lines techni
cal, artistic and intellectual. She
apparently has great reserve force
which will carry her in future
The numbers on Miss Austin's
Sonata. Op 7 Beethoven
Allegro, motto e con brio
Violin Gypsy dance. . Prlnkhaus
Little Bird Grieg
Bourree . . Bach
Elegie in C sharp minor . . Nollett
Mountain ..Brain a rd
Violin, Scenes de Ballet. .d'Beriot
Told at Sunset .. .. Mcowell
To a Water Lily McDowell
Impromptu in C Sharp Minor. .
Mrs. Arthur Reinhart who has
been visiting with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McLaughlin,
and with her husband's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Reinhart, for
the past three months, will leave
tomorrow for her home in Dallas,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Lansing and
family were in Portland Friday
visiting with friends. i
Miss Gretchen Brown went to
Portland Friday to visit.
Mrs. O. C. Locke and Mrs. Will
waiton returned Friday night
trom spending the day in Port
. Mrs. W. M. Hamilton, Mrs. K
J. Bean. Mrs. Homer Goulet. Mrs
W. E. Kirk and Mrs. C. P. Bishop
will represent the Salem Woman's
club at the State Federation ot
woman's clubs convention in Pen
dleton from May 31 to June 3.
Miss Ruth Ross has as houss
guests at her home at 1453 Court
street. Misses Margaret and Clare
Stillings of Yakima, Wash.
Miss Ruth Parsons is spending
the week-end with friends in
Springfield. former residence
place of the Parsons family.
Miss Margaret Goodin a Delta
Delta Delta girl at University of
Oregon, was at the home oT her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Good
in. the latter part of the week
She came down to attend the
Lowell-Becke wedding on Thurs
Counterfeit American money is
said to be circulating in Poland.
And It is possibly as valuable as
some of the other money in that
Monuments of many design's
and a variety of materials
are always on display here.
Call and look them over or
phone and our solicitor will
J. C. Jones, Prop.
2210 S. Coral St. Thone 669
The Well Dressed Woman
As th hat Im the frame of the
face, it takes the moet eonapteu
oosly important place in every
woman's oortome, and the variety
of sisea. shapes and materials
was never -so arresting aa thia
yesr. it aeems to sae aa I try on
shape after shape or go into con
sultation wHh the designers re
gardin this moot teadnatlnc -lection.
Apart; from the eostumo hat.
which carries out the color or
period scheme of many of the
rmrni this season, ther are some
exquisite models which barmoalse
with all styles of formal cos
tumes. Them are all either z
trem)7 Urge or am ill slj4 dose
fttlng. with treiUag . streamers
of feathers or fruit or flowers.
Ver? fine hair braid, which la
trJispvnu showing the eotffor
benetth. is one of the beat liked
fabrics for drees bats, and these
are snail y designed with a nar
row brim at the Croat and back
Organized at Portland
Articles of incorporation were
filed yesterday by the Western
Seating Sc. Manufacturing company
of Portland, capitalized at $50,
000. The Incorporators are J. F.
Wendllng, George A. Jacobson and
Charles A samner.
Other articles filed were:
Warren ton lodge No. 243, I. O.
O. F., Warren ton; incorporators.
W. C. Wickllne. L. Harmon, Joel
n. Kindred; property valuation,
Electron club, Portland; incor
porators. Clinton - Hurd, Roy E.
Butler. Harley W. Dilley; capitali
O. & R. Machine company,
Portland; incorporators. E. W.
Riner. W. C. Kaley, D. P. Price;
Grants Pass District
May Issue Bonds
The irrigation securities com
mission has under consideration
the certification of $75,000 In
bonds of the Grants Pass irriga
tion district. The proceeds from
the sale of these bonds are to be
used in taking care of the bills for
construction .work done during the
past few months. It is expected
that construction work on the
Savage Rapids , dam and pump
bouse, which has been suspended
during the high water season, will
FOR GRADUATIONS AND WEDDINGS
tLl1t? graduate whether boy or girl, we can suggest nothing better than a watch
from Hartman Bros Salem's Hallmark Jewelers. You may choose from the finest
selection of standard makes here. Special prices on many Articles of gifts that
last make buying here an advantage now. . .
Fancy cluster rings, real onynx rings,
many beautiful mountings for a nice
Cut Glass and Silver Sheffield Ware
Many nice pieces in engraved glass and other patterns at special prices. See our
windows for graduaUon and wedding gift suggestions. We ah; always pleased to
mala onrrivaetiiMia "
Eyes Examined and Glasses
wide at tfce sMea. One
extremely chic model by lacm
Hamar la made of a heliotrope
hade of braid, wtth many strands
of ehenUle varroowdlas too crown
and long strands of rtyoertoed
ostrich meeting at the centre
front and tattta erer the stdos.
Kabovx seat me a model of
black mOan straw, which Is also
very soach a thing of the boor,
the only trnxuniag being a bus
crush bow of w nbnow.
eloselv assinst the
brim at the rlat hand
pteot iJk Instead of
and embossed Ore satin, wtth a
raised snrfao In floral desfgna.
Is seen on oaay of the latest
models, and a bene ssetal
which is BDsnetlmes need
of braid to form tbe sattrs hat
and In other Instances manipu
lated into Intricate bows, Is a
novelty of tals year.
Peggy Boyt's bats are ehanae
tertsed this year by exanhBtte
eolortnsr la pastel shadca, batr
aflks of hand loom i
mating. One of my favorites Is
pictured In Us sketch. It Is of
two shades - of lavender hair
braid, tilmaaed with American
Beauty roses m tints of a soft
summer evening twilight, rteftrsts
pinks, sasAvas, grays and pwrplea.
This hat I eaa wear with any
afternoon frock, aa the colors are
so dainty they would serve only
to enhance any onstwmo with
, which It might be worn.
Leghorns are also hater showa.
trimmed lavishly with CrwJt and
flower, hat are aot
begin again about the middle of
June. The Tokay and High Line
canals are practically completed,
and with the completion of the
third canal, the dam, power house
and the insulation of the direct
connected pumps, which have been
purchased and are now on the
ground, the system will have suf
ficient capacity to serve approxi
mately 18,000 acres of land.
Oregon City Will Get
Fine New State Bridge
Sealed bids will be received by
the state highway commission at
a meeting in Portland June 28 for
construction of a bridge across the
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Ask to see the nw Hostess pattern
in plate, guaranteed without time
limit and many dther patterns.
Willamette river between Oretba
City and West Lynn.
iTtae structure will be 850 feet
likfig with a central span consi
ittg of a half through steel iv
"J- " - o - 'uieg Bv
reinforced concrete piers and aa. -plbach
i ifThe proposed bridge will ba on
of.the most scenic in the stats aad
mm be the best that engineertnt
Kill can make.it. The cost is ei'
ItSiaiea to oe bdoui z&0,00S.. .
,'Oh, Captain," gushed the alrt:
af, the canteen concert, ,xe yo
lOIia oi music:
; sIpYe-es I like most any kind nf
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