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ACT) KID StTCCH
THE 6EAFARER RETURNED
By Anna Van Horssea Nelson
And 'whei l went a-seafarrng
Jhjs Is the thought that prompt
i d me:.- '.. . ,.:, .;,,.
Th maajwho- always stays at
' v f home -;''
: -i sorry fool must be. -
Bu4 now I have returned to find
- That oie I loved, who was more
; kind, . . .'
Has fared, ' O,' farther than" the
""::? wind, ;:j
Has gone much farther,than ere I,
Beyond the sea, , beyond the sky.
And now I live within her house,
.Vith each " familiar plate a
And when I close ; my eyes for
, ,; tears,,' Vi.A-y
I feel my eyelids kissed.
I cannot leave such sweet embrace
.1 shall not wander any more,
I can but watch with shadowed
V The happy folk that stayed '
v . ashore., ;.: v,
V (Bfvrlnted from Bandar, Tb. 24
Mrs.R, E, Lee Stelner is home
following-a trip to Honolulu.
The Woman's club house on
Tuesday win ; be ' the scene of ' a
large affair of the week with many
reservations being made tor Mah
Jongg and bridge " tables : at the
benefit tela, planned for the after
noon. Mrs. William McGilchrlst,
Jr. Is at the head of the aair.
The committee for reservations in
clude: Mrs. Henry Cornoyer, Mrs.
II. L. Stiff, Mrs. J. Bay Lnper,
Mrs. Frank Meyers, Mrs. B. L.
Darby, Mrs. Q. EL Schanemanj and
Mrs. J. C. CurrJe. The hours will
be from 2 to 5. . . '
; The Rotarlans will be hosts this
ervrdng at the Marion hoteL The
wives of the members . will - be
pnoBs the quests. . The affair will
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ifeS 4 Drama
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TIMES TODAY - -. NEW
"BEST ATTRACTIONS ALWAYS"
AT A PRICE EVERY ONE
be In the nature of an informal
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The members of the Merrie
Thymers club met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Elgin for an
enjoyable meeting this week, with
cards at four tables. Guests of
the club were Mr. and Mrs. David
Reear.-.Mrav Daisy Mclntyre and. I
. Mclntyre., A- late, luncheon
was. served. Miss Henrietta Bishop
and Miss Catherine Klein 'assist
ing the hostess. The ; next meet
ing of the club will be at the S. B.
Gillette home. .
About twenty members of the
Interior decorating section of the
Salem Arts league met at the li
brary for the interesting study of
rugs, tapestries, and carpets on
Thursday evening. Mrs. Churchill
had charge of the meeting. The
history.' manufacture, and. designs
Of these textiles . was , carefully
considered. The ancient, renais
sance, and Italian phases of tapes
tries were considered.: The rugs
were studied as European works
and then as modern. The lesson
was one of the Interesting series
which are sent out from a New
York correspondence school. A
new problem in Interior decorat
ing will be tken up on April 10.
The Pythian sisterhood is spon
soring a cooked fool sale today at
Stifra. The sale will start at 9
O'clock. v--, :.-'s,: --'
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' The piano pupils of Bertha Junk
Darby with their parent? will be
guests this evening at a pleasant
The appearance ot H a r o 1 d
Bauer and Pablo Casals in joint
concert' last -night in Corvallis
drew a number of Salem music
lovers to the college town for the
evening. Among those going
down were: Miss Lena Dotson,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Denton,
Professor and Mrs. TS. Roberts.
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Mrs. Bertha Junk Darby, Miss
Patchin, Julia Patchln, Miss Joy
Turner, and Mr. and Mrs. George
Will. Harold Bauer is a master
pianist of world fame, and Pablo
Casals is everywhere acknowledg
ed as the greatest violin-cellist
alive. A special stage was erected
in the college gymnasium for the
event. The artists made a very
successful appearance in Portland
earlier in the week.
Miss Helen Pearce sjd Miss
Dorothy Pearce are spewing ihe
week in Washington as the guests
of Miss Genevieve Phillips,, at
Fifty of 4he - most Ravishing
garbs of spring were very effec
Uvely displayed at Miller's recent
two-day style show, with the three
chosen models exhibiting graceful
ly on a palm and hydrangea dec
orated stage, with music playing
softly behind scenes. Black and
White, sunshine yellow, Lanvin
green, Chinese red, and powder
blue were the predominating col
ors throughout the lavish display
of gowns appropriate to the for
mal dinner, the sport tea, and the
afternoon at home. Many fetch
ing sport togs were also exhibited.
The favorite fabrics seemed to cen
ter around the charmeens, reps,
twills, and the faddish and conven
tional crepes. Beautiful millinery
was in evidence with every cos
tume. Handsome umbrellas, and
purse and glove accessories were
carefully shown. Miss Mary Feel
ey and Mrs. L. V. Feeley of Mc
Minnvillejand Miss Stella Stogard.
ot Salem 'modeled the gowns. Miss
Beatrice Sunderstron, buyer In the
ready-to-wear department, was in
efficient charge of the style show.
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The piano pupils of Mrs. Henry
Lee will be guests this afternpon
at a delightful party at the home
of .Mrs. Robert -Hart.-'
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- The Snikpoh dramatic society of
the high school will present three
outstanding one-act plays next Fri
day evening-. , 'The Maker of
Dreams, a fantasy; "Suppressed
Desires, a comedy; ' and "Riders
to the Sea,' a tragedy. - Mary
Kightllnger, Gerald - Mero, and
Harold Mero ; have parts In the
first; Lucille Pettyjohn, Mildred
Gilbert. John Caughell, and Frank
, Patterson parts ' In "Riders to the
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Sea"; while the cast for "Sup
pressed Desires" includes Jfean
anipp, Benoit McCroskey, and
A delightful teachers' tea was
the inspiration which brought the
members of the Salem high Bchool
faculty together for a pleasant
social hour early in the week. The
tea table was attractive with ar
tistic yellow and white appoint
ments. Mrs. George Hug presided
at the tea-urn.
"Mrs.E. E. Waters has Just re
turned from Portland where she
has been a guest for the past week
jisitlng at the home of her da ugh
ter, Mrs, W. C. Knighton.
The senior King's Heralds of
the First Methodist cbnrch will
meet this afternoon from 2 to
4:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
A. A. Lee. The hostesses for1 the
meeting will be: Miss Fern Col
well, Miss Dorothy Kloepping. and
Miss Helen Breithaupt. Nori Yam-
ashita will talk to the group about
Japan. Miss Grace Allen will have
charge of the games.
Silverton Appeal: A quiet wed
ding was solemnized in Salem
Monday when John W. Hyett,
banker of Creswell, and Mrs. Syl
via Shepherd of Silverton were
united in marriage. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Hyett are well known in Sil
verton, having spent many - years
ot their lives here. Mr. Hyett
held responsible positions with the
First National bank- of. this city
for a number . of years, leaving
We are going to sell
Almost BegartUesa of Price
; - They Most Go! '
Prices that are astounding in
their lowness are being placed
on new style men's suits of the
highest quality. Get our prices
before you buy. ' '
, P. STETSBOCK, Prop,.. ,
842 N, Commercial Street.
here about one year ago to be
come cashier of the Bank ot Cratk
well. The happy couple are honey
mooning In the state of Washing
ton. Their many Silverton friends
extend congratulations .
Mrs. George Pearce was a recent
guest in Albany where she attend
ed the home products carnival.
The Community bridge club
will meet on Monday afternoon as
the guests of Miss Nellie Taylor
at Mrs. Karl Kugel's home.
Although the Valley View club
membership is composed mostly of
women in the Mountain View and
Popcorn districts of Polk county,
there are a few members living
in Marion county.
It was at the home of one of
these members a very delightful
afternoon was spent, when Mrs
L. D. Gibson and Mrs. Lacock en
tertained Thursday afternoon at
the home of the former on South
Much merriment was caused by
a contest led by Mrs. L,. O. Gibson
and Mrs. Eouthwick. These la
dies received gifts as birthday re
membrances. Mrs. Anderson and
Mrs. Patrick were guests. The
members present were: Mesdames
Lacock; L. D. Gibson; Grice, Fred
Gibson, W. McDowell, Southwlck,
Moon, Best, IT. McDowell, Bou
fler, Roberts, 'Clarke, Swartz, O.
The next meeting will he at the
home of Mrs. Roscoe Clarke, April
Notification has just come to
Miss Jenelle Vandervort who will
leave late in April for New York
City to attend the national YWCA
convention from April 29 to May
6 that she has been named as a
member 'of the national executive
committee of the student division
and will be called to New York
two days'-early to meet with the
Dr. and Mrs. B. Blatchford and
family, 174tr State street, motored
to Klaber, Wash., recently to be
the guests of Miss Lorlei Match-
Bertha Junk Darby, studio par
ty for pupils and their parents.
Cooked food sale. Stiff's. Py
thian sisterhood in charge.
Senior King's Heralds of First
Methodist church, 2 to 4:30
o'clock. Mrs. A. A. Lee. IS 15
Party for music pupils of Mrs.
Henry Lee. Mrs. Robert Hart's
Rotary club, informal banquet,
Marion hotel. '
Madge Bellamy Is
Feature at Grand
Life is just one packing up after
another for Madge Bellamy in
Tne white, Sin," which is now
showing at the Grand theater and
will be shown through Saturday
The first' grip comes into promi
nence when Madge, tired of the
drab life she leads in Farm Cen
ter, runs away and becomes maid
to a wealthy New York girl. After
some thrilling experiences on the
yacht owned by her mistress,' she
is forced to leave and sip! an
other "closeup" of the grip.
Things run smoothly with Madge
for a while' and the traveling bag
accumulates a fine coat of dust
and cobwebs. Suddenly, the man
whose wife she is pqslng as and
who was thought to be dead, un
expectedly comes to life which
means another hasty packing.
We endeavor to make a merit of
faults that we are unwilling to
The Noted Chinese Tenor Will Sing at the
MEN'S BIBLE GLASS
Bligh Theatre Sunday Morning, 9:30 to 10:45
He will surprise you with his ability. Every man is invited
to hear him and enjoy the full program. Come early and
iinZftinSt ing. We expect a crowd. - ' .
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AT THE GRAND TODAY
SCHOOL FUND II)
Land Board Holds Over
4000 Notes With Delin
quencies Not Numerous
George G. Brown, clerk of the
state land board, says the state
irreducible school fund is in bet
ter condition now with respect to
its loans than it was a year ago.
The board holds about 4000 notes
and only in the neighborhood of
200 are in process of foreclosure
because of delinquent interest.
With over $7,000,000 in the
common school fund the condition
of that fund is as follows:
Mortgages out for foreclosure,
September 30, 1923, 198, aggre
gating $306,450; mortgages sent
out for foreclosure since Septem
ber 30, 38, totaling $49,850; total
of these two items, 226 in mort
gages or $356,300; foreclosures
completed and sheriffs' deeds is
sued since September 30, 1923, 6,
or $3715; reinstated or paid in
full, 23, aggregating $50,000; re
maining in process of foreclosure.
197, aggregating $302,585; total
of three latter items, 226 mort
gages, aggregating $356,300.
Since September 20, sheriff's cer
tificates of sale have been issued
in three cases, representing loans
The agricultural college fund
shows only two mortgages out for
foreclosure on September 30 last,
representing $1100. None has
been added since and both of these
loans were in process of foreclos
ure on December 31.
In the university fund all loans
contiue in good standing.
The condition of the rural cred
its fund of over $465,000 is as fol
Mortgages out for foreclosure
September 30, 1923, 11, aggregat
ing $17,333.01; mortgages sent
out for foreclosure since Septem
ber 30, 1, aggregating $1600; to
tal of these two items, 2 mort
gages, representing $187933.01;
foreclosures completed since Sep
tember 30, none; reinstated or
paid in full, 3, aggregating $7262.
88; remaining in process ot fore
closure, 9 aggregating $11,670.13;
total of . three latter Items, 2, re
FRANK .11 JF.
Jesus' First Disciples Why and How He Chose Them.
A Practical Lesson for today. k
J. J. Evans, Teacher.
Don FaU to Hear FRANK JUE
will sing at First Christian Church at evening service ' -
presenting $18,933.01. No sher
iff's certificates have been issued
since September 30.
The various funds on December
31 last were:
Common school fund First
mortgage loans, $6,777,370.83;
notes out for collection, $303,088;
certificates of sale, $66,850.50;
cash, $1171.88; total, $7,148,478.
21; cash In interest account $170,
145.77. Agricultural college fund First
mortgage loans, $165,046.50;
notes out for collection, $1100;
school district bonds, $31,100;
cash, $6257!.54; total, $203,504.
04; cash in interest account, $4,
918.47. University fund First mortgage
loans, $83,345; Behoof district
bonds, $14,500; cash, $5790.36;
total, $163,635.36; cash in Inter
est account, $2447.83.
Rural credits fund First' mort
gage loans, $452,283.26; notes out
for collection, $11,618.19; cash,
$1655.75; total, $465,557.20.
Rural credits expense fund -
cash, $841.30; continuing appro
priationo under act of 1917, 2,
SHAW, Or., March 28, G.
Amort and daughter Dorria mo
tored to Salem Wednesday.
Miss Frances Hoffman of Sa
lem was a guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Keene for a few
A. C. Fieber motored to Salem
Mrs. B.'Kleker of Macleay enter
tained the community club March
Rev. J. Sherbring of Silverton
was a Shaw visitor Monday.
Mrs. E. T. Chamberlain was. a
Salem shopper Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Le Grice were
guests at the home of Miss Aman
da Matthews Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. McAllister
and children spent a few days vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. McAllister.
C. A. Fieber and children and
H. Smith of Silverton were Shaw
Mrs. M. Larson spent Monday
at the home of J. F. Young.
Mrs. G. Johnson and children
of Salem spent the week visiting
at the home of her father, O. Gila
Read the Classified Ads,
Forest Protection Week
- -Is Set for. April 21-2
By' proclamations of Presides
Coolidge and the governors otth
various , states. : including , Oregor
forest protection week' wlii be
for April 21 to 27. The proclam
ations will be released : abou
April 7. V
- To prepare for the observaao
of the week In Oregon, F, A. E:
Hott, state forester, has named tit
following committee: : "' v c
F. A. Elliott, state forester; f t
8. Chapman, forester for ! m
Western Forestry and Conserve
lion association, Portland; De
George W. Peavy Oregon AgrlcB!
tural college, Corvallis; 'John t
Guthrie, public relations, -rrjBite
States forestry service," Portland
James E. Brockway Boy Scon
executive, Portland;' J. F. Klmbai:
secretary ot the Klamath, Fores
Protection association, r Klamat'
Falls; August J Slanged lumber
man of La Grande; and Carl L
Davis, secretary bf the Coos Conn
ty Fire Patrol association. Marsh
field. ' - .
The Missionary society held.it
meeting in the church last Wednes
day with a good attendance; Tt
time was changed from Wednes
day to the last Thursday of ead
month;" ', -.:?.
The penny . social was' a grea
success, over $20 clear being take:
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Mrs. Fulkerson visited, the Fruit
land school this week and gave lis
pupils a test. ' , . ' .
Mrs. O, Fagg's : daughter,' h(
has been visiting- herehas re
turned to her home atWheeler,
J. Ritchie and family wen
visitors at. the Evans -home Sun.
At the Grand WednKJday
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