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DAY. MORNING, JULY 13, 1922
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By MARGUERITE GLEESON
CHARMINGLY t distinctive in
details, the banquet of the
. First : Consrefatlonal thhrch
.. iras a most successful affair Toes
day evening. It was a celebro
tlon by the niember of the 70th
; anniversary, of ' the ; founding ot
the local congregation and many
forrffcr members ot the local
fchurch were present, ;
The decorations were in keep
ing with the time when the church
was established and the hostesses
.lor .the evening and those who
.assisted with the serving were in
costumes of by-gone days. Musi
cal numbers were especially ap
proprlate for the -occasion and
auiprous talks were - given - by
older members of the church, and
letups iwfere read fromf ataent
members, a Several) former pas
tors were anfong those present.
Miss Flora Case,! librarian of
, the Salem library? returned Tues
Uay following a five weeks trip
least She attended the national
t&elr two . ,. v
! i?BOr-! iB Heraon for
JJ; ;t jmade the trip by
,.Mrs- Cn-1 Roth of The Dalles
I Mn' William Cfaer-
lf Ve;s tbeir gnefits Mr.
and Jlra ArtW Walker of Boston.
3Mls Berthal Babcock Is visiting
with fier : uncle, -. M. Woodruff,
in Long Beach. Cal. She will re
turn in. September.
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Mrs. E. E. fields, accompanied
by her son Flo7d Fields and fam
ny Of Atlanta Ga.; wentlio Al
bany: yesterday for a few days
visit with friends. -
iMr. and Mrs. Fields and their
three4 sons arrived' in Salem last
week from the south where Mr.
Fields Is instructor in the fienrirL
convention of librarians ; held in j 8Cbool of. teehnology. - They made
uetroii, ana returned by the nor-1 in rip overland. havne- i.Tf
thern route, visiting in St. Paul borne June 25 , They came by the
ana Victoria, B. c. ,v ;f s- e ' nonnern route and down the Co
An Oregon breakrast, attended 'umoia nigh way : into Portland
y several ;representatiTes Vfrom and, then id Salem. They wilt re-
the state, and j others! Interested turn' in , time for the opening of
la or previous residents to the I ecnooi
numoer ot 25, was one of the! 1
i"nul iwmie. uiDBri anena-i jaiss.,Kunice .Emma - Olmstead
mg irom uregon included Miss and Lloyd Orval Miller were mar
'Anne Mulhuron. Miss Rutb'.Pax-1 rled yesterday at the home of the
iuu iuu mus wessie juiuara, an i unae s parents; Mr. and Mrs.-S.
ct Portland, r , : : . W. Olmsted, 2 5 South Nineteenth
a reunion or former students street
of the library school of the Unl- I Tfie service i, was read at C. 3
verslty of Illinois ! was another o'clock' by RevJ R.' L. Pntnam in
pleasure enjoyed fby Miss Case, the f presence ;?of rt relatives and
Aii classes since if except two close mends of the family. The
were represented. ' More than 1J5 bride wore white V canton crepe.
attended tne reunion. . ' . trimmed with white saltln and
Miss Case visited the provlnc-1 beads. ' She carried. white bride's
11 library In Victoria. B.C., the! roses with a shower of sweet eas.
St Paul City library and the new! Little Winona Putnam i was -the
Detroit. Horary, considered to Dei ring bearer.! She carried the ring
next to the Congressional library I in a large tose.
In rank. - , f t f l 'i ?v 'Mrs.r R. Ii. Putnam played the
miss. Kutn f axson oi roruana, i weaaing march from the Bridal
formerly childrenUUdlbrariaa in I chorus. The house was lovel
JSalem, read a paper ' before the J with quantities of ferns, Shasta
children's section on 'Reading in J daisies and; sweet peas,
the Elementary Schools." ; , I .Following the service refresh
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invKauons werei extenaea oj i ments were served oy Mrs. uim
Dallas, Texas, and Vancouver, B. I sted, assisted by Mrs. Lucile Hil-
C, to the librarians to meet with I ton and Mrs. Opal Owens. Mr.
them next year. -,' j . land Mrs. Miller left last evening
VT1 :-.. ' yr " ; f ' ' . . I fbr a'trlpl to the mountains,
Mrs. William Stalger is visiting! f Those; present for the wedding
rui, - w, w p.fldoe ih 'Sei I Were Mrsj Glen Prime, Mrs. R. V.
Throckmorton, Mrs. M. E. Miller,
Mrs.- Ltfcile Hilton, Mrs. Opal
Owens aid' Rev. and Mrs. R. Ik
Putnam and little Winona.
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Dr.' aad Mrs. Wilder P. Ellis,
returned missionaries from Persia,
were guests of honor at a delight
ful dinner party Monday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Horace' Sykeg and I Thomas ;;Acheson were
hosts for the affair to which
number of friends were Invited.
Dr. Ellis is a medical mission
ary to the orient and Is just now
on leair of absence. T With hu
I family f hrf will sail for the' east
August 28. : Dr. Ellis and Mrs.
Acheson were children together
in UUh. and the Ellis party stop
ped here for a visit with them
The gne8ts were nearly alt for
attle. V s V- ,
Mr: and Mrs. It E. Browne are
tUltlng with! friends la Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith
has I returned from , a visit with
friends in -Jefferson. ,
'daughter,! Jeanette, have gone to
Saslde for a few weeks' outing.
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Wright
tare returned from a few j days
; .-knows 1
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mer friends and 'acquaintances of
Mrs. Ellis 'In the east.
The family were', prisoners for
more than, a year while on their
five-year term of service. They
were in Persia daring the war
and stayed until the Christians
left before' the coming of the
Kurds. Dr. .Ellis and "Mrs. Ellis
related many j interesting Inci
dents in connection with their
work at the dinner party.
The affair was both a reception
and a dinner; 1Those bidden to
meet with Dr. and Mrs. Ellis were
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Newton.
Mrsr E. G. Shaffer, U C. Newton.
Clara Newton, Leslie" Charlotte
Newton, Mr. and Mrs.; F. N Cone.
Mrs. Richard Brown, Mrs. W. W.
Emmons, Mrs.j-M. 4L. Miller of
Portland; Mrs. Phoebe Linn or
Des Moines Ia Mrs. E. E. Up
meyer. and Mrs. J. Hagerman,
Mrs. St. Pierre; Miss Lucille St.
Pierre. Miss Isabel Newton. 'Mrs.
Mary Newton, Miss Ella and Ml3s
Mabel Newton. ;
Mr, and Mrs Bert Marsh are
visiting for a few days In. Salem
before going to their home - In
Klamath Falls. Mrs. Marsh was
formerly Mrs, Agnes Eskelson and
well known la Salem where she
taught in the Highland school for
four years; .. --
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh were mar
ried In Portland June 26 and
have been traveling over the state
since of their wedding trip. Mrs.
Marsh Is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. L. Hamer. V"
Miss Eva L. Sullivan and Henry
Ford tine were married .last 'Satur
day. at the Evangelical paraonage.
Rev. F. W. Launer officiated.
Only a few friends ; were t pres
ent. ' , - y 7 : " .
, The Mission circle of the Bap
tist church will -meet in -the
church parlors Friday s afternoon.
The program Is ion- the-American
Indian. ; Refreshments, will be
served after the! program.
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Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Fisher and
daughter Barbara and: son Lynn
Russel, are guests of! Dr.' Fisher's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D..W. Fisher-
They, will visit In Salem dur
ing "July. - -! ' " " ''
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Mil I '.
O. A. C. club at Riverside
Dip. picnic supper.
Mission Circle of J First
MAY SUCCEED PRINCE OF MONACO,
: that HE" really Is human
. after all, and does enjoy 1
good cooking : c . .
For years she ha seen her
i mother take dowit a can of
Crescent Baling Powder
u and has known that sbme-
i thing good watt ixi the mak
ing. ' i
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,So her first grocery order
i starts with "Crescent Bak-
2 ine Powder, clease Back-
ed by years of satisfaction
f in homes of the West.
No Bitter TasU With
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; Slackers .Five Years
. . SPOKANE. Wash.. July 1 1.
Denial of citizenship until flvel
years from signing of the armis
tice was ordered by Judge Rud-
kin in the federal court here re
cently in the cases oi me appli
cants v claseed 1,-as "slackers."
ThirtT-nine .aoolicatlons for cltl-
zenshin were heard, of which
twenty-three, were admitted, six
continued and ten dismissed, in
cluding the eases ot the five
slackers. i f
Bones believed to be those of
Giovanni Boccaccio have been
found and sent to Florence, Ittiy.-
It they had dug deeper they might
have found the original manu
script of Decameron.
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lit , jf-i ' . ,. i.-.. fi,a ,?ntv i;1
7 v- is
iwkuu t Valentinois. granddaughter of the late Prirce Albert.
mmf aucceed. htta at Monte Carta, as her father is a captain in the
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pjOME What a wealth of golden memories that word conveys! Home
; "7 the most precious institution in life. You may wander the wide world
over, but always your most beautiful recollections will bd of Home.
Without homes civilization would cease. To raise and provide for a family Is
a duty "every man owes to society. It is the foundation of civilization and
progress. Love of home and ownership has made America the Wrongest and
freest country in the world. Iyt is one reason why 'America is the world's rich
Each day brings the people of America nearer the time when everyone will
own their home. People are rapidly learning that to pay. rent is; to carry a
useless burden all through life. Paying rent stifles your' futureand prevents
adequate provision for your family. It is an endless stream of money sifting
through your fingers, leaving you at last with no fixed place of residence. .
You .must pay for a home whether you own it or not... Why .not pu? your '
monthly rent into a home of your Own ? " OWN YOUR OWN HOME. When
you are buying a home you are buying happiness for yourself and family
Stop that endless stream of money that once - gonfe, is gone ; forerer. BUY
today. BUY NOW. Any of the firms whose naimes appear on this page will
furnish you; with definite, figures on the cost of a home, and will advise you as
to the best 1 method of financing one to suit your pocketbook. MAKE A
DECISION TODAY. BE A HOME OWNER.
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W14Y I LIKE MY
Sfory Contest for Children Under 16
10 Second Prize
1.00 third Prize
.50 Fourth Prize
HERE'S your opportunity to see whether you have in
the family an embryonic, Mark Twain, a Francis
Hodgson Burnett or an advertising man or woman.
Through the generosity of a number of our merchants
several prizes have" been offered on wVhy I like my
homef' and it gives the children a chance to tell in their
own wordst just why they like their home surroundings,-
We don't want W make too many suggestions about the
essays f6r it tends to limit the imagination of the child,
but we Want to emphasize the fact if there is a romping
dog, or a friend of the child's, he might very well find a
place in the story, bame way with the catweetheart
hextidoor-the child Vgarden-play room dad's garage
thfc family automobile -the interior of the house, the
attic papa, mama, aunts and grandparents are all proper
subjects f6r partial discussion. f
In other word's, have your child or child friend write on
"why he loves his home why his home is dear to him
all of us grown ups know what VHotrie Sweet Home"
means 4)Ut few know' tfie -child's idea of it.
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The best stories will be paid for .with prizes enumerated
in the heading every child, has a chance for the age
of the kiddie will be taken into consideration. Tfee best
stories will be published in the Statesman".
This is the first of a series often advertisements which will ap
pear weekly in The Statesman. The "Own .Your Home" movement
is nation-wide in its scope and. these advertisements are printed ,
to stimulate home building in Salem. :
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THIS AVERTISEMENT MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOW
ING FIRMS IN THE INTEREST OF THE HOME BUILDERS
campaign: ' - -V; ; " ' '
HUTCHEON PAINT CO. ;
' Paints,' Oils) Varnishes' ; : ' , . f -
SPAULDttiG LOGGING CO.
Building Materials of all kinds
FARMER HARDWARE CO.
Everything in; Builders Hardware : ' .
HEYSER & FOLLRICH
Real Estate, Terminal Building
ELECTRIC FIXTURE & SUPPLY CO.
, Electric Wiring and Fixtures, 222 North Liberty Street
Plumbing and Tinning, 164 South Commercial Street
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT AND '.
POWER COMPANY !: . ' '
FRED A. LEGGE, KENNETH C. LEGVE
Architects and Engineers, Murphy Building ." - ' "
OREGON GRAVEL CO. '' ', ' . '.
Face Brick, Sewer Pipe, Sand, Gravel, Cement,' Foot of Hood :
( Street; ; ' " " ; ' '';'' ' ; - 4 '.
NELSON BROTHERS i
Plumbing, Tinning, Furnaces, 355 Cheraeketa Street
BECKE & HENDRICKS . '
Real Estate, Fire Insurance, U. S. Bank Building
DR. O, L: SCOTT, Chiropractor
. ' U. S. tiank Building . ; V- -
rrs aca Army ,8H wivwt -vj yv, . ; j,..