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TTTE OREGON STATESMAN. SALFl, OREGO
WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 26. 1921
By MARGUERITE GLEESON iVv
Tho Teachers' club of Salem
will giro a reception Iu the Com
mercial club ntoint Friday evening-.
Tho affair will bo informal
Olid will be' for tho purpose of
enabling the new teachers to be
The affair is in charge of Miss
Eula Creech. She la assisted by
Miss Ktta White. Miss Gretchen
Wramer, Miss Winifred Hurd and
Miha Anne Benche. Others will as
sist. In the receiving line will be
a representative of the school
board. Mr. and Mrs. George
Hug. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Clark,
The gtore for
The Store of Housewares
Ono Xlghr-, ' Monday, Oct. 31st
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sjij , f inauainj? case
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L - -r i Mcixwcai5 and
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Fun tttctjsiyiu sesr
Lower !Iloor and 3 rows balcony,
- ' $2:00. V . j? i
Last 2 rows Balcony. $1.50.
Add 10 percent war tax
Mail Orders Now
a representative cf tne entertain-!
ment and ono principal. j
I.ausannn hall women will be j
hostesses for a group of first; year,
men Thursday evening in the hull
dinini,- room. The men to be the
honor guests are those who served
the girls by putting in the wood
Mr. and Mrs. ('. L. Snider spent
Sn-iday with M. K. Snider in Al
Mr. John Withycombe was hos
ted for a few friends Saturday
afternoon honoring her sister-in-law.
Mrs. Hon a Id Jones. ' ;Mra.
Jones was married in Astoria re
cently and is a former Salem Igirl,
Mrs. Ro&e K. Gamblo and her
son Francis, arrived home i last
week from a cross continental trip
from Portland to New York and
back aain. Mr. Gamble and M iss
Wiimifred will retiirn within a
few days. Mr. and Mrs. Gamble
went for the purpose of perfect
ing a road guide for aulomobilists
which is to be published next
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I Women's Activities,
rip O carry on the spirit of Lau-
I sanne hall. 20 prominent!
women who" are interested in
the women of Willamette univer
sity, have organized in a sroiip to
be known as fausanno Guild. Two
or three receptions will be given;
during the year and teas will be
given for the girls which will en
able the women of Salem to moot
and know the college women In
Receptions will be given j for
townspeople and so a means of
the Salem people meeting the uni
versity women will be provided,
according to those promoting the
organization. Dues will be nonti
nal and meetings will be held eacli
first Monday In Lausanne hall.
Mrs. William Brown ; was
chosen president of the guild;
Mrs. J. H. Lauterman, vice-preS
dent, and Miss Frances Richards
secretary and treasurer. Other
women attending the meeting
were: Mrs. A. X. Bush. Mrs. J. HJ
Albert, Mrs. C. P. Bishop, Mrs,
R. J. Hendricks. Mrs. C. G. Doney.
Miss Mattie Beatty, Mrs. A.' N
Moores. Mrs. E. E. Gilbert. Mrs
J. O. Goltra, Mrs. H. C. Hickman,
Mrs. Blaine Kirkaptrick, Mr3. M
C. Findley, Mrs. A. A. Lee, IMjsi
William E. Kirk. , Mrs. . Mi
Richards, Mrs. G..H. Alden iMiss
Alice M. Dodd. I "Ml
Salem women, interested In thd
university are urged to join the
Mrs. Jessie A." Harritt was cho
sen leader of the Interior Deco
rating section of the Salem Arta
league at their meeting Tuesday
evening. Real problems in inter
ior decoration are to be worked
30008 Avant fie quitter ces Ueux Dio possente
; (Even Bravest Heart) from Faust Act II
Baritone In French Guiseppo Daniso
13028 I Hear a Thrush at Evo (Eberharf
. CadmanJ Tenor Thro Karle
Come . Where My Love Lies Dreaming
Thco Karle and Criterion Male Trio
10I42 O Sole MIo (My Sunshine)) (Capurro-
dl.Capua) Tenor in ItallanMarlo Cliamlec
12-inch $1.50 '
30017 Fantoftie Impromptu (Chopin)
. v;' ' Pianoforte Solo Leopold Codowsky
12-lnch $1.50 r
250a Faust Duct from Garden Scene )
(Gounod Vcssella's Italian Rand
,, Bolieme Selection (Puccini)
Vessella's Italian Band
30013 Un bel di vedremo (Some Day He'll
Come) from Madama Butterfly Act II
Scene I (Puccini) Soprano In Italian
10043 Serenade du Tsigane (Gypsy Serenade)
Valdez) Pianoforte by Frederick Persson
Violin Solo Max Rosen
2133 I Ain't Nobody's Darling (Hughes-King)
I Harmonizers Male Quartet
It Most be Someone Like You
(Frost-Straight-Bargy) Tenpr Billy Jones
2134 In My Tippy Canoe (Fisher) Contralto
and Tenor Emily Earle and James Craven
Dream of Your Smae (Conrad) Baritone
, Ernest Hare
2130 I'm Looking for a Blue Bird Merrii
Al Bernard and Carl Fenton's Orchestra
2133 Serenade (Tosti) Violin-Flnte-Harp
. Serenade (Totl) French Horn-Flute-Harp
5065 Ma Fox Trot (Conrad)
, Isham Jones Orchestra
Wabash Blues Fox Trot
" Isham Jones Orchestra
10-Inch $1.00 ,
50C0 Why, Dear? Fox Trot (Cohen)
My Sunny Tennessee Fox Trot
Isham Jones' Orchestra
2132 American Patrol (Meacham)
Walter B. Hocrs and His Band
K- General Mlxup, U. S. A. March (Alltfn)
Walter B. Rogers and Hi Band
Moore-Dunn Music Store
. Masonic Building
out this year if the plans of the
group are carried out.
A ii Mion box yvhere anydne ;
may a.k tor help ur information is .
one of The features hoped for.
Thou" who have signified their ;
intention of working in the section !
tli.ia yar "are Mrs. T. S. Roberts, i
Mrs. L. G. Curtis. Miss M. I. ;
Iowninc. Mrs. Oaudine Mellin-rer,
Miss Jf.-sie A. Harritt, Mrs. !
George llrown. Mrs. Hester Hard-!
ing. Miss S.-Joiiie .irolofsky. Miss i
Nell Sykes. A. T. larlcr, Mrs. j
itose Jia'ofock. Mrs. II. Monrooj
Gilbert. Others present for the j
even-in g were Miss Hendrickson. !
Miss Taylor. Mrs. Fred Stewart
and Mrs. J. M. Clifford. The next
meeting o!" : lie s tion will he held
November 0 at the Wiiiiam Bab
Mrs. Frank Minto was chosen
president of the Xanry Hanks
Lincoln Mothers club for the com
ing year. Mrs. G. Hugg was cho
sen secretary of the organization
whh-h includes- the mothers of pu
pils in tha McKinley and Lincoln
The work of the Y.M.C.A. with
the boys of .-'aletn was outlined by
a representative of the association
and some special musical numbers
given by the children of the
Committees of the group for the
coming year are: Progrem, Mr.-?
.lames II. Fairchild, Mrs. Frank
M. Peyton, Mrs. C. C. Clark, Mrs.
West and. Mrs. Caroline Saleo
mfmbirship, Mrs. J. A. Uncock'
Miss Julia Iveron. Miss May a!
Hale, Mrs. 10. A. Rhoten and Mrs
A. C. Chaffee; social, Mrs. Mason
Bishop, Mrs. Brown, Miss Maine
Temple. Mrs. Shaw. Mrs. Fred L
Danison; civic, Mrs. J. V. Harbi
son, Mrs. William M. Hamilton.
-Mrs. William D. Watson. !
That they would finance the
serving of soup In the llishland
school for the coming year as
tney nave none for the last two
years was the decis on of tho Mo
thers class of the First Methodist
churcb at their meeting yesterday.
Hot soup i? -served to th.? child
ren in the Highland school each
day by a woman hired by the
cla3. Mrs. E. E. Utmrier is
chairman of the committee !n
charge of the work. Miss K. Kra
mer, principal of the school work3
with the class as does the Moth
ers club of the school and the Parent-Teacher
Those of the cbildren who are
able to buy the soup purchase
tickets from thg principal while
those who cannot afford to pay
for the nourishment are issued
tickets so that no distinction is
made between the boys and girls
when they appear in line for soup.
Mrs. M. H. Paranougian, teach
er of the Mothers class for the
last four years was surprised by
the members with a gift of a foun
tain pen and gold pencil. Mrs.
Paranougian will leave Salem in
the near future to make her home
in Amity where Rev. Paranougian
will be pastor of the Methodist
More than 30 women enjoyed
the afternoon and refreshments
were served by members of the
j PERSONAL MENTION FROM AMITY DISTRICT j
IIP HIT JOBS
AMITY. Or . Oct. 2.". (Special i
to the Statesman) The wedding
of Miss 01iv Ada Hockes and
George Douglas Wood raj an
event of the past week . at tha ;
home of the bride's parent;-. Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Bocks 0 Winch
station near Ilroadmead un Wed
nesday afternoon at ."5 o'clock The
ceremony was solemnized !y Rev.
M A. Marry, pastor of the Metho
dist church of McMinnvillr . in
the presence of about H0 friends
The br'do was tastefully attir
ed in a beautiful dress of white
georgette over white satin, wear
ing a tule veil held in place with
onir.ge blossoms and carried a
bride's bouquet of rose.? and
buds. Thp bridesmaid. Miss
Laura Hockes a sister of th bride,
was dressed in white net over
pink and carried pink chrysan
themums. The groom was at
tended by Roy V. Stockton. The
flower girls were little Miryes Kr
ma Mitchell and Helen Hestet'.er.
a niete of the bride. Mips Mary
Kdna Matthis of Salem, was ring
bearer, bringing the ring.; in tho
heart of a whit? rose carried on
a pillow of v:hftc satin.
After congratulations were ex
tended refreshments were served
bv Mrs. Darwin Hockes of Carl
ton. Mrs. J. O Matthis of Salem
and M's-ies Martha and Helen
Wood of Amity. The wedding
cake was cut iy Mrs. Darwin
Hockes and passed by Mrs...!. O
Matthis. Miss Pearl Allen drew
tho rinR. Miss Iois Matthis the
thimble. Roy Stockton th" button
and Georr? McCullough the coin.
The young couple will be at homo
to their many friends after No
vember 1T on the groom's fath
er's farm wet of Amity.
Another wedding of note took
place in Sheridan last Wednesday
morning at S:30 a. m.. when Miss
Ann Doherty of Sheridan became
the bride of Henry E. Hintzen of
Amity- Misr. Doherty i? tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. F.
Doherty and is a popular young
woman holding a position in the
bank there and also having a
large clas3 in music. The wedding
took place in St. .Tame? church.
Father Leipziz offciating. Tho
bridal party consited of the fol
lowing: Barbara Padden. Walter
Dunser, Marguerite Hint-ten and
Matthew Hintzen. After tlve
ceremony and congratulations the
bridal party and a few intimato
friends were taken to the Elber
ton - hotel banquet .room where a
breakfast was serted. After a
short honeymoon trp through
the valley the newlyweds will ba
at home in SheridSaiL. Mr. Hint
Z2T is in busi'tsss in Amity beini
proprietor of (he local meat mar
ket. Mr. and Mrs Will O?orno
spent la:t Saturday in Salem at
the home of Mrs. Osborne's par
en's. Mr. and Mrs.. A 11. Wyatt.
Mrs. C. K Newman and Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Xott speyt th-wek-end
on a fishing trin at Pa
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Da of Sa
lem were week-enil.gae.--is lure
at the home of Mr. and Mr.;.
.T. W. Prifdweil went to Ci.r
vallis last Satuhiay to attend the
big football game there between
the Aggie? and V. of W.
Louis Iteletski mr.de a business
trip to Salem Monday.
Aras Post and family of New
berg were Sunday visitors her"
at the home of Mis. IVt's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. lidwai 1
Kwrett Ro:-en ran?i of Amlx'V.
Wash., spent Sunday here vi-itirip:
with friends. It is the first time
he has been here since moving to
Washington ovr a year ago.
Adoulph Neumann returned the
last of the week from Pacific
City whore he hr.s fcoen bnsv help
ing construct nn aparment house
which he and a few friends have
decided to erect.
dence on Ash street has been S0e a year, or $75 a month; ad- j dnt to succeed Colonel J. Tay. ,
started. : jntant, from $125 a month to lor was pmwnt," also Dr. E. D. . .
F. K. Kersey. Dallas' -con fee-; 1 1"J a motath plus $50 a month SteVart. tha nhvaician. and W. J.
for maintenance. . fPooorman, adjutant. Judge RlddVe
Judre Gi W. Riddle, who hasjssumes the duties of the post
been recently appointed coliTnan- 'Koveml'er 1.
tion'T. experts to bee in the con-
strm-tion ofi a new and iaoiern
hon.e h his propeily on Oak
street in th nc:;r future.
Houses t rent arc scarce in
this city and mjiy families want
in. t.) locate V.ere hao been
tirii-.',i away oi recount of not
!. i:ig abie to ftdn plat s to live.
Salaries Are Increased
at State Soldiers Home
The state board of control yes- j
terday voted, with State Treasurer ;
Hot'f disstistinir. to increase salar- '
ies at the state soldier's home ut ;
The increases are: ,
CoinnianJUr.t. from 1 0 0 o
Sl,""i a year, or $12." a month: j
iratron. j 1 i To f",no a year or!
$50 a month; physician. $4!0 to
v J heat
Several New Houses Goins
Up and Permits Taken
Out for Others
DALLAS. Or., Oct. 2 3. (Spe
cial to The Statesman.) Dallas
is experiencing quite a building
boom, and several houses are un
der construction with several
other persons figuring on build
ing in the near future.
C. L. Crider has commenced
the construction of a modern
bungalow on east Washington
street and expects to have it ready
for occupancy within a month.
This is the third house Mr. Cri
der has built this season.
The Carpenter bungalow on
Jefferson street is practically fin
ished, and the Josiah. Wills resi-
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School children of Oregon will
be asked to assist in relief from
the condition 61 unemployment,
according to an announcement
made by J. A. Churchill, state
superintendent of schools. Mr.
Churchill compares the condition
with the food conservation prob
lem of 1918 when invaluable aid
was given by the schools.
Herbert Hoover, who is chair
man of the president's unemploy
ment conference, has appealed to
the National Education associa
tion to enlist the aid of the
schools in finding jobs for three
and a half million persons who are
State Superintendent Churchill
has received a letter from officers
of the National Education associa
tion asking the school authorities
to give special attention to the
problem and to turn the attention
of the people in that direction.
Not only will local conditions
be studied but publicity Is request
ed to tho proposed remedies for
"Emergency measures," said
Mr. Churchill, "will Include a
general 'sprnce-up campaign in
which all the people of the nation
will be asked to find the odd jobs
which can as well be done now as
later, in order to enable millions
of men who would otherwise be
forced into involuntary idleness to
earn money with which to buy
food and fuel for the winter
M. Mlchbff and family are mov
ing back to Portland. He has
rented his farm to J. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wood of
Salem motored here late Satur
day to the Mrs. F. A. "Wood home
and spent the day hunting. They
returned to Salem late Sunday
evening, Mrs. F. A. Wood re
turning with them to spend a day
or so In the city.
Johnnie Schifferer and family
moved to Corvallis last week.
Mr. Schifferer expects to attend
Mrs. Minnie Comstock of Sa
! cm spent several days last week
j islting here with her sisters, Mrs.
F. A: Wood and Mrs. W. H. Wil
Mrs. Pickett celebrated her,
87th birthday anniversary Octo
ber 16 at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. J. Hadley. Grand
ma Pickett is well for one of her
years. She enjoyed a postcard
shower given by her friends in
celebration of . the day. Also
many pretty and useful gifts cams
from her relatives.
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