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' ' ' " THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 7. 1922
By MARGUERITE GLEESON
- The Salem Art. league will
hold the annual meeting: and elec
tion of officer Tuesday erenltig.
The . league Is closing it work
for the year and it la considered
one . of . the most auccesaful years
In it short history. - Mrs. F. S.
Barton, fo nner president of the
leae, says that" she considers
what , tno organization has done
the past year, unusually credit
able, W:. " .. . ,'i
Among the special treats men
tloned especially by Mrs., Barton
wag that of Gay MacLareu who
came under the auspices of the
league In January, t The ' Grace
jruppeia , wmcn were
shown in Salem by the league
were another another special
zeature. v - ' J ; ' vi.'.i"
two unusually,.,, good photo
graphic exhibits were given dur
ing the year and Ihe last year in
cluded a . number of art and art
craft exhlbito'of local persons
wmcn maae it of special interest
to Salem. ,
A new section which has made
much headway that ot the pho
tographic and art craft workers.
The Modern Writers gave -;. one
entire program of their own work
and expect to continue their meet.
Insa on through, 'the summer as
was the case, last year. " : ,
3 The cirlc art section Is another
new, section this year which has
met regularly each month. Mrs.
J. W. Harbison Is president ot the
league this year and is considered
to have contributed much to this
Election of officers for the
coming year and the selection of
five delegates to the state feder
ation meeting will constitute the
business for the Salem Women's
club Satnrday. This will be the
last meeting of the year.
Radio, Its uses, and its place
in everyday life, will be the sub-
Jeet of a talk by F. S. Barton'
at the Business and Professional
Women's club Wednesday The
club will meet as usual for din
ner at 6:30 in the club rooms at
the Unitarian church The pro
gram will follow the dinne.
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, Mrs. Ida B. Callahan, presi
dent of the Oregon Federation of
Women's clubs, attended the
Southern Oregon District Feder
ation of Women's clubs meeting
at Grants Pass yesterday. This
district includes Douglas, Jackson
and Josephine counties.
The Home Missionary society
of the Jason Lee church will
meet at the church "Friday even
ing for supper. The' members
and their husband! will listen to
a talk by Dr. W. H. Hertiog of
Willamette - university. "-"
Potted plants and stock for porch boxes and hang
r " ing baskets
" -Special Attention Given
Floral - Designing
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Prompt attention, to mail ordersf. We ship any-
where, , Citjf deliveries made promptly.
(Formerly Clancy,'Green iHouses)
15th and Market Streets . ' Phone 309
Women's Republican . Study.
clnb, Mrs. C P. Bishop.
. Tweaday :"
Salem Arts league, general
meeting, in library. : .;..-:.;
Junior GuUd, with Mrs. E.
Baker, center street.
Y.W.C.A. board ot direc-
torsr meeting, Y. W. C. A.
Etokta, Mrs. Fred Erickson.
J Wednesday ,
Business and .Professional
Women's club, Unitarfan
church, 6:30, supper. .
Barbara Frietchie Tent of '
Civic Arts league. In 11?
brary., .--.-. ; .
.U ;V . Tliarsday
Thursday club, with ; Mrs.
A. N. Bush, North Capitol
street.". ; . - ,t: '
!- : Today --t" fil'f
First Congregational church i
Union, at Mrs. ,W.: McGll-
Christ.? -'' lUr- KS';;i-4Y-'ti; .'
Jason Lee Home Missionary
society, at church, 6:10.
. Satnrday ,V
Salem Woman's club, Com-
mercial club rooms.
Women Delegates to Pan American . Meeting
Oregon Agricultural College,
Corvallis, May 6 Five Salem
girls were among the 35 co-eds
who went to Portland Thursday
evening, prepared and served a
dinner in the Gold room at the
Multnomah hotel Friday evening
The girls cooked and served the
meal by invitation of Mr. Price,
manager of 'the hotel.
These girls hare had either
training in institutional manage
ment or practical; experience In
the home economics practice
house and college tea room. This
is the -'first time the girls have
taken over the work of an estab
lished institution for a meal. It
is the first field expedition since
1915 when the girls conducted-a
tea room in the Oregon '. building
at the exposition at San Francis
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Dean Ava B. Milam, of the
school of. home . economics. M'ss
Sibylla. Hawden. professor of in
stitutional management, and Mi&s
Melissa Hunter ot, the department
of istitutionai management ac
companied the girls. ,i
" "These girls are taking train
ing that tits them as well for man
aging a home as for carrying
through an affair of this kind,"
says Dean Milam. The graduates
of the school -of home economics
are as efficient managers of
homes as they are of dairy unch-
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tp. lit fk1t4Au.:;: ' III .
C de Veyra, official
I. representative from the Philips
V nina Telanita
es, cafetevias, dormitories, and as
dieticians of hospitals.
Julia H. aPtchln, Anna A.
Miles. Evangeline Jennings, Mar
tha C. Wickberg. and Wilma D.
Miller were the Salem girls ho
went on the trip. Corla Newhouse
of Dallas and Anne Hobart of
Silverton were also In the group.
Mothers' day next Sunday, May
14, will be observed by the Sa
lem War Mothers at a special
service . the evening .of May 14
at the First Congregational
church. Members of. the auxil
iary of the American legion and
the legion will take part in the
service. Rev. W. C. Kantner will
deliver a' "Mothers day" address
and ' a special speaker for the
legion will talk, according to
The auxiliary of the American
legion was -entertained this week
at the. home of Mrs. A. A. Lee
Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Eb
erle, Mrs. -Eugene Eckerlin, Jr.,
and Mrs Lloyd Lee. The auxiliary-will
meet in future with the
members in turn. The next meet
ing will be held June. 6.
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Weekly hikes for those who
may 'care to take them will be
started Tuesday evening by the
members of the Tri L club. All
who may . desire to go may do so,
according , to members of the
group, the club . members only
forming .the., original party. .
The party will start from the
Y. W. 'C. -A. at 6:15 each Tues
uay -.evening r ana any who may
Hurlie L. Moore, Prop S
Haying purchased the "W. W. Moore Mush at 415 Court
Seti we re nowin afrp to give the music loving public
the bdst service ever known m Salem.
Pianotf'--The well t known "Sherman Clay
Line"r"Steinways? and otheti . .
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Phonographs Victor Brunswick and Sonora
v i or you to select from
Records Brunswick and Victor. j
Sheet Music-?? Band and Stringed - Instruments
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Another words everything in Music can be had
'iromus. ' w .
Watch for our "Big Sale9' as consolidation means overstock in
some lines which will be sold cheap.
(415 Court St. and Masonic Temple
Above, Mrs. Maria Suarez de
Coronado, delegate from Colom
bia. Below, Mrs. E. T. Senseney
of St Louis, president of the St.
Louis League of Women Voters.
wish to Join the party are asked
to Fend their names into the Y.
W. C. A. Those going will furn
ish sandwiches, and coffee will
be furnished by the club, each
one contributing 5 cents.
Officers for the Tri L club
chosen at the meeting last week
are Marjorie Blake; president;
Esther Natterlund vice president;
Adalaide Lake, secretary, and
Marion Zinser treasurer,
The Women's Foreign Mission
ary society of the First Methodist
church are in charge of a special
program this eveninng at the
church - at which special' views of
Baroda, India. Several of these
were made from : pictures which
Miss Laura Heist has sent home
from there since she took up her
work there. Rev. Blaine E. Kirk
patlck will speak. , . -
fThis will be the. annual. thank
offering occasion and the money
taken in goes toward paying Miss
S. M. Endicott will talk on tax
reduction and-the state income
tax before the Republican. Women
Study club Monday when it meets
with Mrs. C. P. Bishop..
A "Mother' Helps" booth will
be a feature of the War .. Mothers'
sale next Saturday, according to
Mrs. J. A. Carson, president of
the local chapter.' Samples of ar
ticles of clothing for little child
ren will be shown and orders tak
The program was as follows:
Piano Trio "Zampa" Herold
Cloydine Matthews, Maureen
Styles, Mrs. Styles
Piano "Entreaty" for left hand
Henry De Boast
Piano "May Day Walts" . .Bugbea
Voice "Who is Sylvia '"..Schubert
Mrs. Paul Riedy '
Piano "Minuet" Pederewski
Piano "Barchetta" Nevin
Piano "Novelette" Logan
Cecilia De Boast
Voice "Where My Caravan Has
Rested" . . ; Lohr
Miss Eva Ferrle
Piano "Moment Musical"
F FLORAL CLUB
mers Work at-Meeting
Held Last Night
Oregon Agricultural College.
Corvallis, May 6. Clara A. Brei'
tenstein and Ethel Frazier tjf Sa
lem were on (he staff of the co-ed
edition of the Barometer, the
college semi-weekly paper, which
made its appearance Friday morn
ing. ' One edition of the Barometer
during the year is put out entirely
by women of the college. They
write all the stories, do the copy
writing and proof reading.
An eight-page paper instead of
the usuaV four-page one was put
out by the girls. Besides the us
ual' news items of the campus, it
contained . articles describing all
the women's honorary organiza
tions and the new social organi
zations on the campus, special
feature art'cles, an! a society col
umn, and a hornet's nest written
by Mrs. "Ab" Surd.
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Mrs. Lena Waters presented
her you nker pupils in recital at
the home Of Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
Olmstead,1 Friday evening. They
were assisted . by John . Waters,
who played a clarinet solo, and
Zoe Schmauder. who gave a reci
tation and a solo dance.
Af te the program,' refresh
ments were served by Mrs. Olm
stead. !TJhe names of, the pupils
who played are: James Luper. De
Loris Cnnsley, Martha .Chase,
Dorothy Widick, Ethel Lehman.
Lyle Biwcr, Dorothy ,Browping.
Vivan Mars, Florence Schafer,
. Mrs. Mollfo Styles presented a
group of her music pupils Jn a
studio recital Thursday evening.
Friends and - relatives, of . the pu
An Iris show to be held the
last of May was planned last night
by the Salem Floral society. Oth
er flower shows to be held each
month during the coming sum
mer and fall months is the plan
of the organization. Mrs. H.
Clements was named chairman of
the committee on the Iris show,
A discussion on the earwig was
given by Charles A. Park and
John Giesy spoke on the new
street cleaning machine which the
city desires to purchase. Mr.
Giesy was named chairman of
committee to see to the cleaning
up of the approaches to the
eridge where the society desires
to set out shrubs. Mrs. W. P
Lord also spoke. -
Special attention was called by
members to the state house
grounds at the present time as
well as the yards ot Homer
Smith, F. G. Deckebach, A. N.
Bush, H. J. Clements and Mrs.
W. P. Lord.
nr IE FILED
Recall Candidates Against
Williams and Buchtel to
Go on Ballot
T. M. Kerrigan and Newton
McCoy of Portland, recall candi
dates for the public service com
mission against Fred A. Williams
and Fred G. Buchtel filed their
certificates of nomination "by an
assembly of electors" with the
secretary of state Saturday.
Kerrigan Is a candidate for the
remainder of the term of Mr. Wil
liams, which expires the first
Monday in January, 1923, and
McCoy is a candidate lor the re
mainder ot Buchtel's term, expir
ing the firstrMonday in January,
The former is 'a candidate to
represent the state at large and
the lattr to represent the western
Oregon district,, comprising the
counties west of the Cascade
No reading matter will appear
on the ballot after their names
except the names of the county
where they live. The secretary
of state prepares a statement of
not over 200 words explaining
'why the recallel -ectkn ha been
Called, and each one of the incum
bents against whom the recall is
directed will have a statement if
not more thanks 00 words In de
fense of bis position. "
Mrs. Goodbody And how long
were you a prisoner?"
Tramp Five years.
Mrs. uoodboay tiut the war
didn't last five yearrs.
.Tramp Who's- talking - about
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,do stretch their incomes to a
expenses, rather than shrink their
penses to fit their present incomes,
It's going at things backward. Every
household can economize in small ways,
if necessary, and thus be. rid of worry
and anxiety, as well, as the embarrass
ment of being "dunned." , And often it
will provide a surplus for a 'National-,
ued Savings Account. '
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