The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 14, 1922, Page 3, Image 3

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VyjHE third of a series- of pretty
f7 I bridge parties was given yes
! terday by-. Mrs.. W. IStaley
K'end Mrs. Frank GBowersox. at
Htif beautiful ncwStaley home.
MTcb tables of bridge were included
t Wednesday, Friday, and yester
.' I 4j witk more than 100 women
patertained,attlthe series.
li ilTbe, of
I lihatStaiejr1 home was'lovely with
great brbnr.e and yellow- chrysan
1 ' tijemums while! the djning room
J,f&- decorated 4a vivid colored
j J-fcerr&a and autUMnaJ'.follage. ;
: It 4Hign..w:eA.veasclay went to
" ( l(ri-JtJ R-WoTtb. illra. G rover C,
; v.Beiuigw won nigHyscoreon Frh
'day iodt'Mrs. jfotae C. Hunter
t'- " 'M '
. Iha hostesses J Vr juuuated in
pWMr bytBfTJVJlh' barby,
j lit C.Robert Fleming arid MJss
i.CflalnjwsCaxcisiioRoI Aurora;
The i Salem Arts league will
present; a program of nnmbers se
lected from: the-best, work of each
4 of the sections, tonight. The mod-
; erri? Writers will contribute plays,
poems.; stories while the story
i teUlng' section' win have an im
portant part. The 'Civic art sec
tion afid the photograph section
i via "also exhibit work. ' "
Tie dues of the league have re
cently. been, reduced from 12 to
fear; and. If is , anticipated
many more , members of families
will join? the league.- Mrs. John
Wallace Harbison Is president of
tht?agne T,,.v. , ;; - '.;7'-.-'
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1 -A, . Utile ' daughter i was born
' Sunday, Afternoon toMf - end ;Mp.
ti Kenneth Cel." '! at the! Court
tfe; 'naterrilty home The.jBells
live. aju 4y,.,Nortn vpttage, The
lUtle girl weight six pounds, and
' l ;to" bayethe name of Barbara
i . .The Eastern -Star -Social club
will hold oneof Its afternoon af
fairs jtoday in the Masonic Tem-
Premlnant fat 'that romea .and atayi
vhere it is not needed H a bnrden, a
. aindranee. to activity, a curb upon pleat
are. Yoa can take off the fat where it
howa by taking after each meal and at
bedtime, one Marinola Prescription tab-
, let The little tfbl'U are aa. effective
and harmless aa ttte fajinous prescription
from -wHlch ther tak,f) tlu-ir name. Boy
and try a eaae today. All drugeinta the
world ever sell them at one dollar, for
a ease or yoa ran order them direct from
the Marmola Co.. 4012 Woodward At.,
Detroit,- Altch. Yon can thns say good
uple. Hostesses' for the afternoon
are Mrs. A. M. LaFore, Mfsl Wal
ter M. Smith. Mrs. V. V nihr
Mrs. Harry Styles. Mrs. V., E.
Kuhn Mrs. SkJpton, Mrs. King.
Mrs. Percy Cupper. Mrs. BieweV.
and Mrs. Ida. Babcock
Mrs. Ida I.. Niles an.l her
daughter. Miss Guasie Niiea spent
the wpok-end in Vancouver, Wn.,
as the guest of Mrs. C. U Btowb.
Mrs. Nih-s also attended a'meet-
Ing of the Eastern Star whlle in
Mrs. George A White spent
Part of the last week in Portland
where she went to attend th j
horse show. - , 1
Stayton, Noy 13. lione P'ne
Farm was the scene. of a pleasant
Gathering Saturday when 32 rela
tives surprised Mr. . Jacob Sieg1
mund In honor of his ninetieth
birthday. At noontime the happy
party gathered about the festive
tible in the center of which was a
large cake adorned with 90 can
dles. The. day was pleasantly
spent and will long remain a
pleasant memory to the numerous
members of "the family,
Those present besides the guest
of honor were; Mr. and Mrs. E
G. Siegmnnd and children Merta
and Lawrence of Lone Pine Farm,
Mr. an Mrs. It A. Siegmund and
children. Kenneth, Ralph. Alta
and Alma, Mr. F. A, Siegmund
and daughter, Frances, Mrs- J. M.
English and daughter, Mildred,
all of Stayton ; Mr. and Mrs. J. C,
Siegmund and son, Floyd, Mr.
and Mrs, L. K4 Ciegmund, Mr. W.
M. Siegmund and daughter, Eu
eena, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Sigmund
and children, Edward, Donald,
Wilson and Margaret of Salem;
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Siegmund of
Gerrals; My. and Mrs. F. M. Sieg
mund and daughter, Jean, of As
Observing two birthday annl
versarles within tbe family. Mrs.
Theor M. Barr was hostess Friday
and Sunday evening for a series
of delightfully- informal parties.
Friday night was Mr. Barr's
birthday and -the evening hsmrs
were spent playing five hundred
at 12 tables.
The guests for the evening In
cluded MJ andyMrs. Frank Davey,
Judge- and Mrs: John R. Rand,
Mr. and Mrs.- A. A.. Michel, Mr
and Mrs. Martin Pedael. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs
Frank Aldrltfl. 2Sj. an4 Mra, EUA,
English. M,r. and Mrs. Carol
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jaskosky. Mr. and Mrs., Stephen
Brltensteln, Mr. and "Mrs. T. K.
Ford, Mr. and Mrs. 'Joseph Le
bold, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ecker
linf. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Verbaag,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Meiring, Mrs. B.
F. Dlmler,. Dr. John L. Lynch,
Mrs. Lynch. Ausiacst Huckestein,
Charles Lebold, . Miss Mary Le
i.oid, Mrs. H. Hartman, Otto
Hartmand, Mrs. J. H. Nadon. Mrs.
Josephine Suing, Miss Mary
Schottle, Dr. M. T. Schoettle, Rev.
J- R. Buck and Rev. J. Scherine.
of Shaw.
Mrs. Bair was hostess Sunday
evening on the occasion of her
son, Henry's birthday. The guests
for the evening were Mr. and Mrs.
Gay O. .Smith. Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Tbonu-son, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
HucLf-stein, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Schuneman. Mr. and Mrs.- Fred
erick Brock. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed
v urd Donogalla. . Silrerton; Mr.
ai d Mrs. M. PflefXer, Mr. and
'Mrs. M. Lane. Mr. and Mra. J.
Karst, Mr. and Mr9. Raymond
Ifartman. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Jas-
kosky. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ann-
riest, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L.
Stlf, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Suing,
Rev. J. Moran, Woodburn: Rev.
Sniderhorn, Rev. Scherbring, Ms
Mary Schoettle, Mis Leona Weld
mer. Mis Thresa Albrich. and
Mis Leah Suing.
Junior Guild of St. Paul's church,
with Mrs. Geo. A. White at
War Mothers at Commercial
club rooms.
Englewood women of Jason Lee
church, with Mrs. John Bar
ker, 1220 N. 19th street.
W.C.T.r. in hall.
Bazaar club of First Congrega
tional church with Mrs. J. J.
Y.W.C.A. board meeting at as
sociation rooms.
Salem Arts League at library. '
Etokta club with Mrs. F. N.
iv ; Wednesday
Circles of First Methodist
church aid society.
i Chapter G of P.E.O.
St.' Paul' s auxiliary
Frances Newberry.
Faculty Women's club with
Richards, Lausanne hall.
Jason Lee Aid society at
church. ,
A.A.riW. In Commercial
rooms. , ,
W.R.C. at hall.
with Mrs.
generously to the scholarship
lean fund.
Miss Jessie McGregor, chair
matt of the board of trustees, re
ports that the trustees have had
great difficulty this fall in meet
ing the requests that have been
made for scholarships, and that
several worthy arwlicants have
been refused because of lack of
At present five most appeal
ing cases are being filed and the
applications are being held in the
hope that some cash may come in
either as repayments of loans or
as donations from clubs.
. Mss Mk-Gregor suggests that
clubs hold benefit teas or enter
tainments to procure money for
the scholarship loan fund, that
they materially Increase their do
nations this year and that, if pos
sible, they send in their contribu-
tions'-before red letter day so that
the board may know before the
first of the year about how many
new applicants it can take care
of the coming semester.
Checks, should be made payable
lo Jessie McGregor, chairman of
the board of trustees, and mailed
to her address. 1S09 Klickitat
stret, Portland4
Miss Iris G. Page, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Page, became
the bride of Nuraa J. Arnold at a
pretty home wedding Monday,
Rev. R. L. Putman officiated at
the marlage service, which was
held af 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs
Arnold left on the morning train
for Newport. They will make
their home in East Salem. Mr
Arnold is an employee of the
Salem Gas Plant.
Miss Eleanor Huckestein left
Saturday evening for . Honolulu,
where she will -visit with -her
brother for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Boise and
Mrs. Frank Sneadercor spent part
of last week in Portland where
they attended the stock show.
Miss Mary West spent the week
end at the University of Oregon
as the guest" of Miss Nellie Rowland.
(Continued from page- 1.)
Ml&g Anna Porter and Emil
Gliding were married recently in
Junction City. They plan to
make their home near there. The
bride was formerly a resident of
Salem. ,
The Merry-go-Round club will
be entertained this evening by Mr.
and Mrs. U. G. Shipley.
Dedication of the giant boulder
in Willson park will probably take
place November 25, according to
Mrs. U. G. Shipley, regent of
Chemeket chapter of the D. A. R.
The organization plaecd the boul
der, in the park during the late
cummer. It is to be dedicated to
the pioneer men and women of
Oregon and is placed as near as
was possible on the location of the
old pioneer trail down the river.
Miss Anne Lang, state regent,
will probably be present for the
placing of the marker on the
bounlder an dit is hoped that the
final service may be held a week
from Saturday which is the regu
lar meeting day of the local chap-"
ter of the D. A. R.
The Faculty Women's club of
Willamette university will be en
tertained Friday at Lausanne hall.
Miss Frances Richards and Miss
Helen I. Hanna will be hostesses
for the occasion. The group in
cludes women members of the
faculty and the wives of faculty
n-. embers.
The Auxiliary of St. Paul's
church will be entertained Fri
day by Mr.s Frances Newberry.
An urgent appeal is made to
1st, $10 in "Nest Egg savings ac
count; Farmers State bank; 2nd,
J 6 In !Nest Egg" savings account,
Fanners State bank; 3rd, $4 in
"Nest Egg" savings account, Far
mers State bank;, 4th, J3 in "Nest
Egg" savings account, Farmers
State bank; 5th. $2 In "Nest Eggl'
savings account, Farmers State
Lot 15. 6 Oears dent corn
1st, $10 cash, Independence Na
tional bank; 2nd, $6 cash, 'Inde
pendence National bank; , 3rd, $4
cash, - Independence National
bank; 4th, $3 ash, Independence
National bank; 0th, $2 cash. In
dependence National bank. 1
Lot 16. Best 10 ears in show,
$5 cash. Best 50 ears in show, $5
cash. Best single ear in show.
Class 9
Lot 17. Halt bushel Earliest
of All 1st, $7.50 cash; 2nd, $5
cash, Independence Sand & Gravel
Co.; 3rd,. 30x3 H Goodrich Silver-
town tube, $2.80, M. J. O'DonnelU
Half bushel American Wonder
1st, Reed chair, $9, Moore & Ad
dison; 2nd, Large" ham ,$4,. City
Meat Market; 3rd; $2.50 cash.
Half bushel Burbank, 1st, $7.50
cash; 2nd, Auto robe, $5, Inde
pendence garage ;3rd, $2.50 cash.
Half bushel White .Rose, whRe -or
purple nowerea, isi, .ou casn;
P. R. Alexander, Halt bushei
any other. 1st. $7.50 cash; 2nd.
$5 cash; 3rd. $2 in trade. Model
Barber shop. "
' Lot 18. Best half bushel elig
ible for certification, $5 cash.
Best half bushel irr show. - IftO
pounds best granulated sugar,
Calbreath k Jones.
t-Uaa 10
Lot 19. Table squash. 2 speci
mens 1st. $2 cash; 2nd. Pair
half sole put on, $1.50. Broadwell
Shoe shop; 3rd, $1.00 cash.
Stock squash, 1 specimen 1st
$3 cash; 2nd. $2 cash; 3rd. Clean
and pres9 suit. $1.75. Mrs. Bul
loch's cleaning parlors. Table
pumpkin. 2 specimen 1st. $2
cash; 2nd. $1.5 cash; 3rd. 2
pairs rubber heels put on, $1,
Electric Shoe shop. Stock pump
kin. 1 specimen .1st.. $3 cash;
2nd, Box cigar, v $2.50. Palace
Cigar store; 3rd. $1 cash.
Has 1 1
Lot 20. Lua otq bread 1st.
Nickel plated chafing dish set, $9,
J. D. Hibbs & Co; 2nd. $2.50 cash.
Independence Steam laundry; 3rd,
$1 cash. Loaf Boston brown
bread 1st. Universal percolator,
$6, Sioper Bros. & Cockle; 2nd.
Casserole, $3, Sioper Bros. A
Cockle; 3rd, $1 cash. Plate corn
meal cookies 1st, $3 cash; 2nd,
Oriental vase, $2, E. E. Tripp,
real estate: .3rd. $1 cash. Plate
corn meal gems 1st, $3 cash;
2nd, Set of knives and forks, $2,
Stevens & Co.; 3rd, $J. a?h. , PIiU
hominy , 1st, $$.rcash; 2nd. $2
cash; 3rd. Potted plant, $!.,
Independency Floral .. Co. Plat
canned corn lst, $3 cash; 2nd.
Set hand painted cups and saucers
with fancy market basket; $2.50.
Quartier's 5. 10. 15c store; 3rd.
Box candy. $1. Violette's Cigar
store. Pound dried corn - lst
$S cash; 2nd. $2 cash. Dr. R. E,
Duganne; 3rd. Fncy, imported
cup and saucer, $1.50.Max Gold
Lot 21. Bst individual dis
play of culinary entries Silver
teapot. $10, A. L. Kullander.
Bank of Sherwood Closed
By State Superintendent
The Bank of ' Sherwood, at
Sherwood. Washington county.
was closed yesterday by Frank C.
Hramwell, state superintendent of
banks. - The failure is attributed
partially to had loans. The capi
tal stock of the bank is 125.000
and th urpltt $10.0. C. I.
Calkins is president of the bank.
L. D. Leedy, vice-president, ana
Earl Reiser, cashier.
ih nremn VArioration of WoJ.2nd. $5 cash; 3rd, 100 bars
men's clnhs to respond earfy 1 ahdft's Kife laundry soap, $456,
Ah! Pain is gone! St. Jac
obs Oil acts almost like magic.
Quickly? Yes. Almost instant
relief from soreness, stiffness,
lameness and pain- follows a gen
tle rubbing with St. Jacobs Oil.
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oil right, on your painful back,
and relief comes. St. Jacobs Oil
Is. a harmless backache, lumbago
and , sciatica, cure which never
disappoints and doesnt burn the
Straighten up! t)uit complain
ing! Stop those torturous stitch
es. In a moment you will forget
that you ever had a weak back,
because it wont hurt or be stiff
or lame. Don't suffer! Get a
6mall trial bottle of old, honest
St.. Jacobs Oil from your , drug
ging now and get this lasting re
lief. Adv.
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Salem's Greatest Department Store
Crown Flour
Blue Ribbon, guaranteed
3 llit. Economy Coffee
5 can Milk, tall
5 caniTAmericah Sardines ....
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5 cans Salmon, tall
I plug Horseshoe Tobacco .
8 5c Cigars ....,..J.L
1 box Spitzehburg Apple; tfeUYercd.;.: JJfl.50
1 sack best Potatoes i.JS$.
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Dr. L. R. Burdette, Optometrist
We wish to announce that we have purchased the entire
equipment and stock of the Hartman
Department: This equipment will be a
to our own
which will enable us to render an optical service second
to none anywhere
Ml Records and
Dr. Carl Wonncr, Optometrist
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IT IS with a considerable degree of pleasure that We make
this announcement, as it-was in this location I firstbecame
acquainted " with, my many friends while attendiag to their
optical needs. It was my pleasure to have charge of this
optical department up to about a year and a half ago. So now
this reuniting' of our present splendid optical establishment
with my former practice is very gratifying and we sincerely
,. trust we will have the pleasure of again serving you.
are included in the transaction ahdWe take this opportunity of ex
tending to all former patrons of the Hartman Bros. Optical de
partment' a most cordial invitation to call on us and get acquaint
ed. We really have a very excellent optical service. The prescrip
tion for your glasses as well as the record of your examination will
be in our files, so that any replacement of broken lenseS, repairs or
adjustments can be promptly taken tare of
For Your New Glasses
Gall 327 for appdintmeiit or go to
IT IS the desire of our organization to build up and to per
fect an optical service of the very highest order. "We main
tain examination rooms and grinding department equipped
with instruments and machinery of the very best. We do not
hesate to add to our facilities at any time if by bo doing we
can in any '-way give to our patrons a still better eyeglass scr-
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"We can and will give satisfaction to each and every on.
coming to us fyr relief from eyestrain and to have glasses,
fitted. '
Our Portland off ice
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is located at 257 Morgan building at the corner of Broadway and Washington streets: ,
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