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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON !
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 4,: 1924
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Up mountain-road, down valley road
'Flaps flying from each shield;
Past -orchard, lane, and garden-plot,
And laden berry field, f
i . . The ears go forth and out and, on
To every place in reach,
Till half the town's abroad today
At mountain-place and beach.
MRS. C. A. PARK returned
Wednesday evening from an
extended eastern trip. Visits were
made with friends and relatives in
Detroit, Chicago, Denver, and oth
er point. Mrs. Pari was accom
panied home as far as Green
River, Wyo., by Mr. Park who at
the junction left for a further trip
south, going into California. Mr.
Park will return home next week.
The Parks left Salem the latter
part of May.
Mrs. Warren Dunn Lamport
(Mildred Garland) of Los Angeles
was the beaeh-guest of Miss Beat
rice Walton lover me week-end at
Neskowin." Mrs. Lamport, the
daughter of Senator Lamport, is
a guest att her home in Lebanon.1
WE PAY CASH FOR
1 i AND TOOLS
Capital Hardware &
Furniture Co. i
Best Prices Paid
285 N. Com! St. Phone 347
She plans to leave shortly for Cal
ifornia ; j : '
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Glover and
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Shanks are en
joying a ; two-day motor trip at
Neskowin; and Pacific City, They
will return late Saturday evening.
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Tho, last of the summer meet
ings of the Business and Profes
sional - Woman's club was held
Wednesday evening In the cham
ber of commerce rooms. A half
hour business meeting; preceded
the vacation program of the eve
ning. Dr. Mary Purvine presiding.
Preceding the vacation; talks,
Virginia Berger gave a humorous
reading. I Dr.! Mary C. Rowland
epoke on "Vacations, Why?" "Va
cations, Where?" was discussed by
Miss Julia Webster. "The Most
Profitable Vacation" was present
ed by Mrs. Edith Bagley.
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I Mr.1 and Mrs. Kenneth - Legge
left Wednesday for Spokane,
Wash., where they will be guests
of Mrs. Legge's parents, Rev. and
Mrs. Edwin Baker over the Fourth
of July season.;
Mrs. L. Ilolcombe of La Peer,
Mich., stopped at the W. H. ; Byrd
home the first - few days of the
week. Mrs. Holcombe who is on
Ask Your Grocer for
"Buy It By the Loaf"
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her Way to California .Is spending
.the season touring; the west.
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UNIVERSITY OP OREGON,
Eugene, July 2. Mrs. Mabel
Holmes Parsons, professor of Eng
lish in the ' Portland . Extension
center. . plans to sail for , Europe
Immediately after the close of the
summer session, August 1. :. She is
traveling on. the British Royal
Mail Line and will go by way of
the Panama canal. Mrs. Parsons
intends' to do some special re
search work in English literature
at (Oxford university, and will Je
voie the remainder of her time to
traveling through other parts Jof
Europe; not returning home until
the summer of 1925. , f ;
Before leaving, j Mrs. Parsons
will have ready for a New, York
publisher a book called "An An
thology of Northwestern Poetrjf,"
which will include the verse of the
poets of Montana, Idaho, Washing
ton and Oregon.
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Mr. and Mrs. Francis Newberry
will be the house-guests ! until
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B. LI
Darby. ; OnSunday the Newberrys
will leave' for Santa Rosa, Calif.,
where they will make their home.
Mrs. Darby will go with them, by
motor as far as Grenada. f
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j pr. Mary B. Purvine is spending
a few days In Marshfield. She
was accompanied to the Coos Bay
town by her husband and son.
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I Mrs. Cecil Angle (Mildred Im
lah) was a guest the first of the
week of Mrs. Clyde W. Hubbard
in j Corvallis. -Mrs. Hubbard and
Mrs. Angle were Gamma Phi Betta
sorority sisters at the Oregon Ag
ricultural college, i ' : f
I Mrs. Angle arrived on June 25
from Jeanette, Pennsylvania to be
the guest of her parents,-Mr. and
Mrs: James, Imlah.j Mr. and Mrs.
Jmlah and Mrs. Angle will spend
the Fourth of July at a reunion of
Hhe family at the home of Mrs.
pick-Durrette at Fairfield,
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' Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gil bert of
the Studio and Craft shop leftjate
yesterday for Pacific City Where
they will spend the Fourth. They
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f The Board of the Children's
Farm home at Corvallis announce
the! dedication of the third build
ing at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon,
July 6. All bringing their lunches
wil be supplied with coffee by the
hostess-committee. I : , ' '
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Clarence Byrd will spend the
Fourth at Newport with his-family
who are occupying the Moores
cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Byrd
and Miss Cordelia I lager are also
enjoying a stay at the beach.7 .
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; Mrs. W. IX Evans and young
sen,1' Billy, Jr.,- returned Wednes
day ; nfght from Santa Fe, N. M.,
where she visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L, ,P. Harrington. She
reports extremely hot weather in
. SILVERTOX, Or., July. 2.
Special. ) A very pretty church
wedding was solemnized at the
First Christian church at Silver
ton Sunday when Miss Anne Ho
bart, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Hobart, tecame the
bride of Paul C. Dickey of Oil
City, Pa. . j
The bride wore a gown j of
white satin crepe beaded in crys
tal. The full-length veil, caught
back with a wreath of orange
blossoms, was the one worn by
her -mother : 30 ; years ago. She
carried a flower bouquet of bride's
roses and sweet peas.
Mrs. Alvin Hobart of Portland
acted as matron of honor. Brides
maids were Miss Helen t)gden of
Portland and Miss Lois Kendall of
Mr. iDickey was attended by
Theodore Hobart, brother of the
bride, with Alvin Hobart of Port
land and Louis Brant of Silverton
as ushers. Little James Ogden
White of ' Salem . was ringbearer
and Helen White of Salem and
Margaret Langley of Silverton
were flower girls. Miss Vivian
Feike of Portland sang "O Prom
The ceremony was followed , by
a reception at the bride's home.
Assisting with the serving were
the Misses Zelta - Feike and Alete
Ohlson of Portland and Frances
Lyne of Vancouver, B. C.
Both JJr. and Mrs. Dickey are
graduates of the; Oregon Agricul
tural college. 'Mrs. Dickey is a
member of the Delta Zeta social
sororiiy and the Omlcron Nu
honor sorority. Mr.' Dickey is a
member of the Alpha Pi Delta
and the Delta Sigma Rho frater
Mr. and Mrs. Dickey will make
their- home at Deming, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones and
daughter, Inez, arrived yesterday
afternoon from Eugene to be the
guests i of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Conner. ' The two families will
spend the Fourth at Dallas.
The v congregation of tne EirsfJ
Evangelical church will spend the
Fourth at A. J. Hager's Grove
three miles out" of town.! ' All are
asked to assemble at the church
at 10 o'clock. Transportation
will be provided for those who
have made no arrangements.
Dinner will be spread on the
creek bank. Mrs. J. F. Ulrick ! is
chairman of the. luncheon i com
mittee. , Dan Taylor is in charge
of the sports. The general7 ar
rangements are being directed by
Mr. Badacher, Mr. Doty and Mr.
:ryJ-: . '
Miss Helen Smith will; spend
the Fourth of July in Roseburg
as the guest of her sisters, Mrs.
Grace Matthews and Miss Emma
Smith. . i
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f Salem frjcnds of Miss Grace
Braiherd are receiving announce
ment of her marriage on Thurs
day, June ' 2C, to Bruce Ewart
White at' the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W.
Brainerd in Marshall, Texas.' Mr.
and Mrs. White will be at home
after ; September 1 s at Adna,
Wish.1;; . J. ,;! A':A"
! Both were exceedingly promi
nent in the school activities of
Willamette university, both grad
uating with the class of 1923. The
groom during his senior year was
president of the. student body and
the bride, vice president. - Miss
Brainerd was d - menber of. the
philodosian v Literary society and
of the Delta'' Phi soroj-Ity.J Mr.
White was a Philodorian and a
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As the final farewell compli
ment 'to Miss Joy Turner who left
Sunday evening for "New York
City, Mrs. C. M. Oglesby" was-hostess
at an attractively : appointed
three-course luncheon Saturday
evening. ' Sweet peas were ar
ranged in the dining room while
roses; fromed the decorative about
the : other rooms. With the" last
couTse of the luncheon,, Mrs.
Oglesby took her place as toast
mistress and many Interesting
wishes j were bestowed upon Miss
Tomer. ' ' , , (J ."
: Guests for the evening, which
Was made even yet more delight
ful with conversation and music,
were; Mr. and Mrs. George Ston
er, Mr. and Mrs. B.. Cooper,! Mr.
and!; Mrs.' Orvil Oglesby, MrJ and
Mrs! George Wenderoth, Mr.! and
Mrs, S,. C. Kightlinger, Mr. and
Mrs, H. C. Hummel, Miss ; Joy
Turner, Miss ' Mary I Kightlinger,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smart, jWil
liam Moses, and the hosts, Mr.
and; Mrs. C. M. Oglesby,' I
Mrs. W. B. Roberts of Red
Bluff, Calif., is a guest for the
Fourth of July and the week-end
at the home of . Mr. and Mrs.
Charjes' Oglesby. Mrs, Roberts Is
a sister of .Mr Oglesby.
Miss Margaret Galloway: of
Cottage Grove is taking the place
of Miss Josephine Shade in tthe
Homer Smith,' office jduring' the
vacation of the latter. Miss
Shade; in company with her moth
er, Mrs. Ida Shade, will spend a
month in r the east visiting in
Wyoming Iowa, South Dakota
and Idaho. . Miss Shade is also
accompanied by her aunt,
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i Mrs. James Walton Was hostess
at dinner on Wednesday evening
for the pleasure of Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Newberry, who leave the
first j of the week for California.
Covers were placed for Mr. " iand
Mrs, Newberry, ; Miss Mary Chad
wick, Miss Beatrice Walton,': and
the hostess. The delightful and
intimate affair was one of; the
many Planned for the pleasure of
Mr. and Mrs. Newberry prior to
their leaving ", 'r '
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II Mrs. D. Cade and MrsJ F. A.
Thompson are leaving Sunday for
Cascadia, Ore., ' to be gone for a
week or ten days.
: Miss Bernice Garner of Port
land : and Miss Anna Paulsen and
Miss Mabel Propp : left yesterday
afternoon to Bpend the Fourth at
Newport. They will remain over
the n week-end. ' ' -
; ,A party spending the Fourth of
July j holiday and week-end at the
beach : will include: Mr. and Mrs.
E. N. Starr, Mr. and Mrs. V. A.
Straw,( Mr. and Mrs. T.' F. Bee
croft of '.Portland, i Miss ' Jessie
Starr, Miss Lena Spaulding, .and
VirgU Starr. - They will motor to
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I Mrs.' U. G. Shipley was a guest
in Portland for the first part of
the week. ,
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Rov and Mrs. C. C: Polingvhave
returned from a ten-day confer
ence at Valley Ford near Spo
kane. Mrs.' Poling was the speak
er on four different occasions at
the woman's branch meeting. Rev.
Poling fnot .only , preached seven
conference sermons) but also gave
four Bible lectures at the meet
ings': : ;(... - '
j Both Rev. and Mrs. Poling
were guests in Portland on their
way home,. Rev. Poling conduct
ins the three-day Bible school at
tended by -33 ministers. Dr. C.
E. Powell of Kimball college de
livered a number of outstanding
lectures - on . philosophy, homilec
tics, and public speaking.
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Miss Sally Grater, who has for
the past year been ; employed by
the Oregon' Growers' association,
will leave in the morning for The
Dalles. Miss ' Grater, : who has
been managing , the official publi
cation of the association, has ac
cepted an office position. She
cametq Salem from The Dalles a
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Mr. and Mrs. C. W- Brant and
two daughters. Mar jorie and Dor
othj, left early this morning for
Rockaway. Mrs. Brant and two
daughters will occupy their beach
cottage for two months. Mr.
Brant will return Sunday evening.1
They were accompanied this
morning to the coast . by Mr, and
Mrs. Harry Crawford and daugh
ter, i The Crawfords will return
home during the week, end by
way of Seaside. i ;
Hyde Company Will Build
Large Warehouse Here
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Construction will begin within a
few weeks on a new; large hollow
tile ! warehouse, a short distance
north of the -Silverton crossing
on the Pacific highway that the
Hyde company of l Watsonville,'
Cal., will ; build here,' according to
the announcement of George Wat
son. The Hyde company annually
purchases millions of istrawberry'
plants- here from Weeks & Pear
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The warehouse . will have a
basement j underneath iit fori the
storage of potatoes. Mr. Weeks
says. His company has contract
ed ,for over 2t0OO,000 Istrawberry
plants for next year J from this
section and may take more before
the ' season opens up. 1 1
It's better to' get there a minute
late than not at all.;
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Chautauqua 2s just ahead! Quite the biggest seven-day
piugiam we've ever presented. J '
There's real economy in attrrtffmg on the season ticket
pian -costmg you less than 20c per attraction. : :
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great marpkf prrwWrrl by his
fit Mil, hUty VlrntLn. Ordinal
cart of thirty peopfez& atrrsction .
wortntnetmrpnce ox your i
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A Great "Play l
RaA Kettering's big Eatarn meas,'
1 "Tb Great Commoaer"-" m play of
the Cb of Tinmln. .A great drama
: 1 ; " , - Gar. Lecturers v;
Sec leetnren of "national protnincnas
iwrliafiiig such weO-known men ms
end Actfanr Wmhryn Evaaa.
..,; KSae'Cja'ccrta ,
Band, Ernest GanabU' tamed concert
company, Rakton Trio of
olden days, Anlt Concert Artisa,
poittl FiJUi r u iitiiig otanii Jtion.
Ada Roach and Rmh Freeman ts .
inatable entertainers- -are fetarniogf .
Ralph Bingham brings a riot of fenf
, And a "wteenongh" down for the
Uddies QnBrtSMfp3a Entettatnment.
ticket sale poutirtJ dotet at 6 f m. ptmm dsj .
; j Salem-ljuly I6th to 23d :
;(.: No Sunday ' programs ' ' j
Season ticket prices: Adults, 3; Students, $2; Children $1.
. No one need question the neces
sity for cessation, for a brief per
iod during the, year, rrom the daily
routine, of your work. There are
sound physiological, mental, so
cial, and ; economic; reasons for a
vacation period. . The physical en
ergy upon which you have con
stantly drawn must be renewed
and increased. That tired, listless
feeling, the accumulation, of your
repeated and! hearty responses to
the deonands ; of , your work, must
be dispelled. Your visions and
Ideals must not only be' maintain
ed but also enlarged. And, fin
ally, your mental and ; physical
condition must be so guarded that
your earning ,! capacity be not. Im
paired. : ' y . j ,
'.Wonderful scenery, cooling
winds, and the normal human re
sponse to all that is living in the
realms of nature jhave made it
Lpustomary for the vacation period
to be allotted to one or the sum
mer months. Transportation ifacil-
' Ever Filmed in Alaska ,
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Appearing in Person
MISS GLADYS JOHNSTON, I
Star and Heroine of the picture, will delight
Salem people again with her cello solos.?
PUOF. GEO. EDWARD LEWIS, j
Producer of . the picture, and world-wide lec
turer and explorer, will introduce the picture'
at each performance. " :
Lower Floor 50c
MATINEES NIGHTS ;
7-9 p. m.
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Pfel m&W Laugh Away the Heat!
I MATINEES V T T ERE y are, la-dees an gen- ;i
j nt Ll tul-meh I-Step this way for j
X ' the greatest aggre-ga-shuri o ,
EVENINGS r 0, f v v laugh-maker's ever assembled un-
30c ' ' X der one top ! And don't miss the i
' , ' . -' stu-penjous, death-dee-fying bal-1 s
CHILDSlOc ' I; , V loon ascehshun! '
Y Come onj EjTRYBODY!
eene aampae WBaaa , ennaw : Ji
TODAY - TOMORROW ONLY
T'HE fans clamored for another! Meighan crook
i - picture another "Miracle Man." Here it is.
Tommy i$ the king of 'getnch-quicks" in a big
love melodrama, thrill-stacked and punch-packed. A
Meighan masterpiece. !
Children ... 10c
Adults .. ....'- -45c
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Ities -the. train, the boat, and ttc
automobile make It " possible f or
you to. visit eyery nook and cortre?
of. the world. Whether you should
have eolitude or should seek th;
excitement of crowds is for you tc
decide; you may hare either.
Choose, however,, that which Is en
tirely foreign to your daily mod;
of life and of play. Keep awa
from anything that resembles at
activity that is routine to yoaf
work. Give your mind completi
relaxation. ' .1
Tout physical activities should,
at all times, be so apportioned thai
there, should be no need to "res:
up" after your return from your
return from your vacation. What
ever exercise you indulce In see
that It Is" in keeping with youi
physical requirements. Avoid ex
cesses of any kind.' Give proper
and careful attention to the foo.
you eat .and to the water yot
drink. Bear in mind that tvphoi
fever and other intestinal disease
and disorders may be easily ac
quired from contaminated . fooc
and water supplies. Maintain an:
exercise your knowledge of sani
tary decency. :
" Your vacation; will have beea
merited "and successful if, upon
your return you are mentally ac
physically refreshed, and are nc
only ready but also eager to re
sume your daily activities. 1
GRANT HEADS CHASIBEIt
WASHINGTON, July 1 Rich
ard F. Grant of Cleveland was
elected president of the Chamber
of Commerce of the United States
todayat a meeting of the direc
tors, fsucceeding JuUus H. ' Barnes
of DIuth, Minn. v s
STAIt OF "CHKC1IAIICOS"
AT Glt.lM IX PEKSOX
Dainty and daring Miss Gladys
Johnston, star and Heroine" of
Chechahcos", will appear in per
scn with her cello, which the mas
tered before she entered u;on her
moving picture .career.
Beginning t)day, Miss, Gladys
Johnston, the dare-devil dog-driv-ei'and
heroine in the Great Alas
kan Epic,' "The Chechahcos," in
Not a Stranger to Salem Citizens
It will ' be remembered that
when The Oregon Theater was re
built " and re-opened four years
ago; Miss Johnston was secured
from Portland to play solos. So
welLwaai her music received that
Mr. , Gutherie ; kept her' many
weeks. ; . '
. When Geo. Edward Lewis was
organizing - the cast for the Che
chahcos, ho choso Miss Johnston,
to ply the popular role. She
will remain la Salem during the
entire run, ending Sunday night.
Geo. Edward . Lewis, founder
and producer of this1 ; great epic
famou3": Alaskan . and world wide
lecturer, will also appear at each '
showing 'and introduce the woa
cter film. 7
Geo. Cristoffers, manager of the
Associated Exhibitors Exchange in
Portland," who release the picture;
pledges' his reputation on this epic.
ar-d promises the audience a posi
tive one hundred pre cent master
piece. : Nothing on earth like, it
ever offered before.
For sunburn, bites, eor6n-
poisoa ivy, or summer colia
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