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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON ''7,
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29," 1924
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ire Sunday afternoon
Julia Mills Weigel became the
bride o Carl Frederick Goodwin
of Portland. Reverend J. J. Evans
bt 'the First Christian church' read
the impressive 'ring service. Miss
Beatrice Shelton Tplayed Mendels
sohn's wedding March and Liszt's
jjebestraume during he cere
mony which .'was witnessed by a
lew" Intimate f fiends nnd relatives.
A luncheon was served following
the. ceremony. ,
. The "bride has ; been ; active . in
musical circles, having been one of
i -Salem's music teachers during the
"past nine 'years. The , groom Is a
; -Portland architect and builder.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin will make
' 'their home in Portland..
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.'"The "women's 'society- not -''the
i T?nnt!st church will hold a.
" combined work and "business meet-j
ins at the church tomorrow aft-
ernoon at 2:30 o'clock. The ladies
r are asked to bring scissors '-and
-'tblaibles. " ' ' ' " "
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TJ.s refreshing pcssibUiius of the
... . st parole gutmpe permit constant
cf luck-uctar while reducinr
; V.s trips to the laundry oj the
I iksvaess, teluess jroat.
. A eeltless frock of linen or flanne or
Isavy silk crepe which cin be kept fresh
ty a change cf front and sleeve in
Cuimpe makes a most useful costume for
ia or out of town. For the city it is
, . coder than an aH-Hk crepe or twi3 dress,
- 'tzl b the country it is a great laundry-
zavirj device for one's, linen and cotton
'frocks. -These sleeveless dresses
"sxe 1 being shown in plaids, checks and
. stripes in wool jersey, linen-finished cot
- . tons and. the novelty cotton dress ma-,
terials. With cotton materials the plet
tad sleeves are of organdy or batiste.
Anthony ' Euwer, . , well known
poet, artist and lecturer, chatting
with s Salem ; attendant at the
Oregon Writers' league banquet in
Portland Saturday evening, reiter
ated his enjoyment of Salem's hos
pitality extended him by virtue of
his ' recent appearance here under
the auspices of the Salem Writers
league and Kiwanis club.
Mary Carolyn Davies, national
ly known poet, and winner of the
"Circuit Rider" poem, expressed a
like sentiment regarding the re
ception given to the official Booth
Circuit Rider party by Salem
Writers last Saturday at the C. P.
Mrs. William II. Burghardt had
as her guests, over Sunday Mrs. L.
L. Pickens and Miss Marian Pick
ens of Oregon City.
A number of the local Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
will attend the silver tea in Dal
las this afternoon at the home of
Mrs. C. B. Sunburg.
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Miss Frances D. Moores of Bos
ton, Massachusetts who has been
visiting in California for the past
six months will leave Pasadena to
day tor Salem. While here she
will visit her nnele, Gerald Volk.
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A large group of local women
from the Methodist denomina
tion will be in attendance at the
district convention of the Woman's
Home Missionary society which
meets today and tomorrow in Dal
las. Among these are: Mrs. A. A.
Underhlll, Mrs. George H. Alden,
nMrs. Page, Mrs. Ronald Glover,
Mrs. Littler. Mrs. I. D. Water
man. Mrs.' C E. Miller. -Mrs
Durkheimer, Mrs. , B. F. Wilson,
Mrs. John I. Brady, Mrs. -P."L.
A representative Salem group
will also appear on the different
programs, with various reports.
Mrs. Blackerby; will have; part In
the afternoon session today. To
morrow Mrs. Harry Swaf ford, in
the review of department work,
will report on the Young Peoples
phase; Mrs E. C. Miller, on Chil
dren's-work; Mrs- C;iG. Littler,
on Hteratare; Mrs. J.D. McCor
mack, on the mite-box; Mrs. Carl
Gregg Doney on. evangelism; and
Mrs. E. J. Swaf ford on Christian
Stewardship. : Mrs. Paranougian
will lead In the devotions at this
session. - For the dosing session
devotions will be in charge of Mrs.
Carl Gregg Doney. -
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Mrs. - F. A. - Smith, the mother
of Gay O.' Smith, 'local attorney,
was the guest yesterday noon at
the chamber, of commerce lunch
eon. Mrs. Smith has been a resi
dent of the communityfor more
than 70 years.
Mrs. David Rich, and son, Ches
ter, and Mrs. Florence Giles, Of
Portland, drove to Salem, Sunday
and visited with Mrs. W. A. Mul
len, 374 North Summer streets
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Mr. arid Mrs.' C P. 'Bishop. In
company with their guest, Bert
to New; York City. Mr. . Barker
formerly lived in the Salem vicin
UsscPTp Clzzn Windows of $100,000 'Apartment
San Francisco . at which place lie
will Join his wife and. daughter
later in the week, returning then
thece to New York City. Mr.
Barker formerly .lived in the Sa
lem vicinity. ; 1
The Pythian - sisters I will ?be
hostesses this evening at a ben
efit dance at the WOW halls, he
proceeds 'will go toward, the new
Pythian home In Yanepuver.
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The Indian schrcl at Chema
wa provided music, fdr the radio
program last night from the dre
gonian tower. A group .-"bf famil
iar numbers were given by the In
dian girls' octette and the Chema-
wa orchestra. : Ruthlyn t Turney
and Gertrude A. Tilrney directed.
The personnel "of the 'octette in
cludes: Evelyn Wbitebear, rRa-
mona Tripp, first sopranos; Ruth,
Holtermann and Harriet. Hill.'sec
ond 'sopranos; Emily I vanoff land
Katherine Brooks, first altos; 'sec
ond altos, Anna Brendlble and
Cora Black.. - ? ;
The members of the orchestra
are-Rnthvyn Turney director, and
violin; John Dexter, ; violin;
George W. Bent, and Charles De
Poe, cornets; Frank S. James,
trombone ; Allan ' Shepard, donble
bass; Mrs. Rnthvyn Turney, piano,
Greeley Billedoux, traps.
Mrs. Grace Thompson and
daughter. Fay Louise, Mrs. Ralph
Thompson, and daughter O r a c e,
and Mrs. Harry Rowe, and daugh
ter, Grace, motored to Portland
during the week-end to attend.
the wedding -of Miss Thelma
Thompson, the daughter of Frank
Thompson a former Salem : resi
dent. The group were, the guests
of Mrs. Ella Jones, a sisters Mrs.
Jones played the wedding march
at the ceremony. . Grace Louise
Thompson was flower girl. ; : ,
A dramatic recital will be giv
en at waller Hall this evening
under the direction of Miss Min-
no L. Harding. A feature num
ber of the evening will 'be An
Umbrella Episode,1" a one-act com
edy." r ' ; " " ' ' : :
Pythian Sisters, Benefit dance
WOW hall, 8:30 o'clock.
Public speaking recital. Wallei
hall, 8 o'clock.
Woman's Home Missionary to ,
ciety district convention at Dal
las.- ;.:,-' '.,
Willamette and Cbnover chap-,
ters of the First , Presbyterfat
Westminster ' Onild pot-luck sup-
per and study. 6 o'clock sharp. - ,
Junior pupils of Miss Beatrice
Shelton : In 'Invitational recital.
Derby building, 8 o'clock.
r; Wednesday . i , i
Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety district coiivention at Dal
las. .' J ; ?
Women's" society. Baptist church
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Department luncheon, Mrs. J. A.
ChurchlU, hostess, at 1776 Fii
street. . '- .
First Presbyterian Woman's
Missionary society. Church par
lors, 2:30 o'clock. I :
Lecture.. "Love and Marriage.'
Mrs. , Victoria Demarest at Tab-
The Wagtail . . ... . . . .Burgmoller
Spirit of Chivalry . .V.Burgmuller
Miss Betty Bdhell
Bouree . . . . . V . . . . ....... Bach
Waltz' Opus 42, A Flat. . . iChopin
Traumerle Cencore) . . . .Strauss
Mr. Arnold !
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Mr. : and Mrs. 'Charles "Mcln
tyre and Mr. - and Mrs. Orva
Thompson Were'among those from'
Salem ' attending the Thompson
Beach wedding fn Portland Sun
day. : . ; . , ' ' .
. Miss Beatrice Shelton will pre-,
sent her junior, pupils In recital
this evening at Derby, nail. The
affair, which t is invitational, will
begin at 8 o'clock. . (There will be
local artists assisting.
v-: Cttlmlniting Music -week. In a
distinctive and delightful . way,
Professor and Mrs. T. S. Roberts,
assisted by Mrs. Harry Styles and
Mrs. Bertha Junk Darby, were
hosts of Sunday afternoon. Call
ing hours for the affair, which
was In theform of ,an attractive,
muslcale tea,;. were front : 4 to 6
b'clock. Many local, music lovers
thronged-the lovely. rooms,; effec
tive with their ' vivid " floral ar
rangements.: Downstairs a . pink
color scheme was developed. In
the music room lilacs were used.
In lavender and white shades. .
The 'tea table ' was particularly
festive in Its appointments. Pink
candles . lu crystal .holders were
used and pink tulips. Mrs.' Styles
and Mrs. . 'Darby, presiding- at
the tea-urns, were assisted - by:
Miss Maurine Styles, 'Miss Neva
Millard, Miss Carolyn HruheU,
Miss - Wilma Coursey. Miss Flor
ence Power, Miss Dorothy Kezar,
and Miss Yvonne "Aufrance.
i An exceedingly pleasing pro
gram was rendered. The partici
pants,-, all of . whom study under
Professor Roberts, were: INeva
Miliard, Ruth -Reese; Mary Schel,
Wilma Coursey. Marguerita Mil
lard, Yvonne Aufrance,1 iEdith
Findley, Grace Flynn, Marie Cade,'
Paul : Lee, . Audrey Stewart, Mary
Miller, Maude Engstrom, Donald
Schanpp Caroline Hrubetz and
Esther Reese. 4 - - - -
j The Polyh'ymnal sextette, R. D.
Barton, and Miss Iva'CIare Love,
as capaDie assisting artists, aaaeu
a group of discriminative num
FROM MANY LANDS
TO MEET IN GLASGOW
GLASGOW, April 7. (By Mall)
Religious .workers from America
will play a prominent role .in the
ninth qnadrenhlal Sunday School
Convention of the World, to be
held in Glasgow, from June 18 to
26. Each day of ' the session at
least one American is to address
the delegates,' assembled from all
dver the world. : - ' '
rOn ; the opening ' day; Dr. "Marion
Lawrence, of, Chicago, is. to deliver 1
a short address, and Dr. Hugh Ma
gill, T of " Chicago, will deal.. .-with
Christian Education, the hope of
Civilization." Among the' several
speakers booked to discuss various
aspects of religious , educational
work amohg adolescent youths are
Philip E. Howard, of Philadelphia.'
and Miss Margaret "Slattery, of
New York. ;, t ; . ;
"The Sunday School and World
Prohibition" Is "the subject of ar.
address to be delivered by the
Rev. ' Clarence True Wilson, ' D. D.,
of New York, whose name is fol
lowed on the program by that of
Dr. W. C. Pearce, of .New r York,
who is assigned the subject,
"Christian Education, a World
Task." for his discourse. ;
Another American speaker who
has promised to address ' the con
vention is Rev. W, E. Raffety f
! Of well-known Britons the rpi
gram contains many names. Lor
Robert Cecil is to-speakon."TheJ
Sunday Xcl -ol ad latr
Peace."i The lioy Scout
meat "will be reviewed ty L' -
ant-General Sir Robert EaJca-
Pdwell, while otlir's of hlh au
thority fn their respective fiel'a cf
activity ,wiU"acqua,r2it'. lie ,c : 1 -
tion with the work ol tLi u.
Guild, the Eoys'.Jylfe ErlIau i
GMa' Life Xrlae, fore'.ia r.l3-
slbnst''reliet' measures i.,C'.': f '
areas. of the earti4 tl t -
recreations in conncit'oa 1
. Five thousand delegates an ex
pected t attend the convert Li.'
The general theme bf'lLe r
discussion will be "Jesus Ci..:
for Ihe Heallngof the Kiil:ri."
The shortest dlstatice letv. x . a
' buyer and seller.
Hccie, Quits His Jcb Because He Owns It Nowi ernacie at s o'clock.
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The upper photograph shows
Tan1to Natlzt BokolowskU , who
came to this country from.tJkral
tla as an immigrant 13 years aero,
fnl h'j four cl-UJren. Below is
'.;lur? 1 tla c ; ArtTTient ; house , in
. ulh I'ourtt -;.ith 'street;' Newark,
! m which he recently -paid a
J it -i c 1 ;,' nent ViTien Tan-
ed work - in a factory but four,
years agx he lost that Job and be
gan window cleaning. 116 Invested
his small savings tn a-realty ven-:
ture at a small profit. .. Ho kept
reinvesting, but all the while hold'
ing on to his job., which included
washing: the windows of the South
Fourteenth street apartment build-
The Willamette and Conover
chapters of : the Westminster
guijd of the First Presbyterian
church will meet Jointly . at ; 6
o'clock this evening for a; pot-
luck : supper and study. The les
son will deal with "The Child and
the American yutnre." Miss.Ly-
dia King, county health : nurse,
and Miss Grace Taylor, city health
nurse will both speak at the meet
Presenting informally; a group
of his pupils In "afternoon recital.
Bvron D. Arnold was host at 5
o'clock, April 27, for the pleas
ure of the friends and parents of
those nlaving. Tulibs and iris
from Mr. Arnold's garden were at
tractively arranged In baket
about the studio. After the musl
cale, delicious refreshments .were
served. Miss Kathryn Rostman;
and Miss Delferna Kelso asslstingi
the afternobu 'program follows:
Scarf dance ....... .Chamlnaoe
Sous Les "Feixles i ...... . .Thome
Miss Cora May fehler i , .
Nocturne . . . ... .Woodman
Miss Edith May Jenksj :
To the Rising Sun ....Torjussenl
Country Gardens ...... Grainger
Miss Hazel Pierce 1
Sing, RobinSing . . . . , . . .Weber
Echo . .'; . . ...... . , . . i.Erb
Miss Mary Elizabeth Kells -1 :
The Chase ........ .Burgmuller
Walts Song from Faust . .KreUler
Wlnstanley Jenks .
Little Drops of Water , .Morris
Sun ofMy Soul -....'Burgmuller
- , Miss Greta Powell :
Willow, Srook Walts .... .Weber
Miss Ruth Palmer v :
Pixies at the Indian Village. . .
Riys of fcjfe wk
Pacific Cosfit store of tt
Main Streets, Los Angeled i v ' h
;Bavely they f oug-Iit for a livelmcaci a iigtii y ica&z teperate .because oi their
hlimble begrinriing in Kanfeas City, Missouri, in 109, Tsthva capital vOa -
figrht now considered nioie "herc.'lcaiisfe ."tHfe f aflinj-aithV'bf . '-'Gkbrge r p3rmn'4
and the adversities he had to contend with.
the History ;oJ ffie fetisiiis, its slow, steady. :clizsb j at first ; and 'thfcsi the iastTC ris to
Qnsatsndrei Stores in 'elWest, can -fe reviewed with pardonacie pcids and cc :tisf r zu
1y, Mr. ipepper
! d6nt and ircurer, of the Western Auto Supply Company. v.
of the sixrhwnd!tii2 -Jfyitb"
The employees have a -greater mterest in .lempany thm..'jus;
of the six hundred bwii 'stock and share in tbs profits,
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Many mofeists hays sZbo
Company, off efe. v Otar three
rangittg frtfm 12 to 14 a year.
seen the splendid .pbssib0ities 'wmcS ie WeBrK Auto rr:;
All of this, which led np to the owning oi (One ui(dred Stores: Wicl: 'Mdip a tmlQ, 't'Cdl d
hot have beeh niae possible without yq
ity to bur poHcy of absolute satisfketion anol ydurTdydlsiloir Vt7o r ro not
uhnlindful of the debt of tgnratvtude we owe yotu i;le"Pr ',c'd- ill
abbve verythiri, and we shall always 'strive topreseryel;he kindly d friendly .kuw3
wmcn now exisis Detween us,
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r?VivAii in fnin in mVr "1 00 Stnrfi" relebra!tion. Our, store ;iri yoiiri city wM'rcinain
on-frbm 7:00 1 9:
. teen xiccessuiy . prices, vtuucu y yuu.wwi M&..-w -
Beginning with May 1st; m&cSiitih
month,. we: hope to appreciation by-hQlu-
SnT. Hnndreas oi aracie3 win tj uauva
at aauitionai savings. . .;uanipiu ."ui, .uu v" :
-During- this--inonitie Western Auto Supply Company, Tail
he itsrofits with 'thbsehb have made possible the. J C..j
lightst 2 cuttiid juetaijVtsors, i Mumper a your-newspapers-ior iurtner aiiuuuuxiAcwvo.
comfrtneef value-of $55.,
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