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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 24. 1924
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Jiow could they know the tide was
In my feet, -
I who had lived apart - from
How could they know the ocean's
salty teat - , -"Was
at tuy heart through all
youth's windy days ?
1 who climbed hills as sailors
would a mast. : y . v
Felt the winds whip across my
hungry lips. ?
How could I halt the great sea's
- ' caTl at last i ;
Feeling the urge of tide like
. riding ships?
What wonder then that from the
. I slipped away as winds before
the dawn. . ;
Seeking the unstUl sea I'd never
seen,' v-- .
Finding a white-sailed ship and
sailing on -
Beyond the fields and hamlets on
the shore. . ; ' ';
' Loosing myself, the while I
i foun4 the more, f
Howard McKInley Corning,
THE GOLDEN WEDDING anni
versary of Mr. and Mrs. John
S. raig, of - south of Salem,
was celebrated in a delightful and
fitting manner on Thursday after
iioon with the three children, Mrs.
Charles Mason of Cleveland, Ohio;
Mrs. Lou Katz, of St. Helens, Ore
gon; and Dr. D. B. Craig., recently
of Centralia, Washington, all pres
ent for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs.
Craig were married August 21,
1874. in Michigan. , Mr. Craig, a
member of the G.A.R. post,' ha 3
thehonor of being a Civil -War
veteran.,; ; , . . -h'. '
A two-o'clock wedding dinner
was served for the members of the
family, the golden motif predom
inating In the appointments. A
bowl of marigolds centered the ta
ble while the house was festive
with streamers of gold,: the same
tones being repeated in the attract
ive nut-baskets. The bride -made
her own; wedding cake for the oc
casion, Dr. Craig, her; son, appro
priately decorating it. :
Mr. and Mrs, Craig were the re
cipients of many lovely gifts, Mrs.
Craig receiving' from her hunsfyand
a beautiful, new wedding ring in
chased gold. ; Mr- and Mrs. Craig
each received, a i a gift' from the
children, a purse containing fifty
dollars in gold, . -
After the dinner, nxany friends
and neighbors of the couple called
to extend , anniveisary? greetings,
refreshments being seryed at Jbe
Professor and Mrs. S. S. Francis
and daughter of Hillsboro were in
town this week. Both' Mr. and
Mrs. Francis are graduates of the
Willamette University of 1915.
Mr. Francis will be principal : of
the Carlton i schools this year.
They visited at. the home of Mrs.
E. J. Swafford and of Mrs. Gor
don Black. I '
Mrs. D- A. Hodge, and Mrs. O.
A. Kreamer of Independence, are
spending several weeks at Belkn:
Miss Maude Covington, city li
brarian, left -last nisht for Vic
toria, B.C. where she will 'attend
the annual convention of the Pac
ific Northwest; Library association,
August 25-28. The membership
of ,the conference of which Mr.
John Riddington of Victoria, B.C.,
Is president,! includes Oregon.
Washington, : Montana. Idaho, and
British Columbia. V .
Word from Mr. and Mrs. Lester
S. Day gives their new address as
1734 Golden 1 Gate Avenue, San
Francisco, California. Mr- and
Mrs. Day arrived in Salem frr-m
Boston the middle of last month.
Mr, Day going Immediately to his
new position as secretary of boys'
work In the San Francisco YMCA,
while Mrs. Day (Emma Shannfelt)
visited here with friends for a
bhort time, later going to Sheri
dan to which place her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shanafelt have
recently moved. I -
! On Thursday of last week Mrs.
Day bad as her guest. Miss Lorlel
Blatrhford who has bees spending
the summer In California. ' Mrs.
Day writes of her home being a
delightful four-room apartment
hot far from the "Y."
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Mrs. ' C. K. Logan had as her
guest, her brother, Paul Forberg
of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, who
came on Friday. Mr. Forberg
left: fori his home yesterday.
Simplicity characterized, the
marriage of Miss Velma Meggers
and Carl W. Mistlike of Yakima,
Washington, which was solemniz
ed at the hour of eight on Tues
day evening at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. aad Mrs. D.
N. Meggers, 94 5 Union street. ;
Reverend C. II. Hopkins of the
Nazarene church officiated before
an altar with artistic canopy- of
Evergreen, terii and roseg. "Be
cause" ;was chosen as the song to
precede; r the , ceremony followed
with j Mendelssohn's ' ; wedding
march played by Viola Grlebenow.
i The bride wore a suit of blue
poiret twill with a becoming hat
of gray solet worn with harmon
izing veil. She ' carried an arm
bouquet of roses and ferns. ' Miss
Hattie Meggers, -who wore canton
crepe and carried sweet peas and
fern, acted ,as bridesmaid.' Her
coiffure was banded with a small
wreath, Ralph Cook of Portland
Was the best man.; ;
; Only relatives and Intimate
friends were present for the cere
mony and the reception which fol
lowed. About thirty were pres
ent. . j : I v ;
: Mr, 'and Mrs. MIschke left for
Yakima. Washington where they
txpectjto remain until the. open
ing of ;the school year when they
will leav; for Nampa, Idaho,; to
resume their : university work at
the Northwest Nazarene College.
I Out-of-town guests . witnessing
the ceremony were: Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Mischke, of Yakima, the
parents of the .groom: Mr. . and
Mrs. L.. D. Meggers, of Enterprise.
Oregon, brother and sister-in-law
of the bride; Ralph Cook; Arthur
Cook; and Nelson Taylor of Port
land; and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hen
nlea and family of Turner..
Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Brown
and Mrs. D. H. Craven left Friday
for a motor trip through Southern
Oregon as far asi Ashland, and
possibly as far as California. In
Eugene, Mrs. Jr. E: Allison will
join the party, the group return
ing home this week. : (
A group of about fifty members
of the Woman's Relief Corps met
at the home of Mrs- M. E. Neybart
on Thursday for an August social
afternoon- St-wingj and conversa
tion wer-3 the. afternoon diversions
The group is especially anticipat
ing the annual picnic and birthday
dinner next Saturday, August 30,
at the state fair grounds. - ,
- Hostesses - for Thursday , after
noon were: Mrs. jNeyhart, Mrs.
Florence Shipp, Mrs. Mollis Ben
nett, Mrs. Jennie j Martin, Mrs.
Lizzie W. Smith; and Mrs. Mabel
Miss Edna Garfield had as her
Interesting guest during the week
Miss Clare Leonard of Denver,
Miss Leonard went from Salem t
San Francisco,' planning to sail it:
September for the Orient.
- Miss Marjory Webb was the
guest of honor f Thursday evening
at a prettily appointed birthday
dinner and line party at the "Or
egon" at which he- mother, Mrs.
C. B. Webb wag the hostess. The
table was festive with a birthday-
cake bearing the appropriate num
ber of candles and a bowl of pink
sweet peas. Covers were placed
for ten guests, the group including
Miss Doris Buck of Portland, the
cousin of Marjory (Webb.
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Mrs. Ada Strong will have as
her house-guest for the week. Miss
Nancy- Thielsen who has been
spending the summer, with her
parents at Agate Beach. .
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Mr. and Mrg. Seward Green and
children. Frank and -Martha. left
last week for their Michigan home
after a month's visit here as the
guects of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Green,
their hosts accompanying them as
far as Portland. I Mr. and Mrg.
Green are returning home by way
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Special Sunday Dinner $1.00
' Service from 12 to 8:30 P. M. ,
Frsh Peach Cocktail
Chicken Print lcre Consomme Julienne
Broiled Half Hpring Chicken, Southern Style .
Calves Sweet Breads with Mushroom Sante en Casserole
Baked Virginia Ham with Candied Sweet Potato .
Stuffed Milk Fed Chicken; with Loganberry Jelly
Prime Ribs of
Whipped Cream Potatoes
Beef an Jns
Yellow Bantam Corn
Shrimp Salad en Mayonnaise
Choice of Desserts:
Pies Cake Pudding Ice Cream Fruit Jello
Iced Watermelon or Fresh Strawberry Sundae
Coffee - Tei ' I Iced Te Milk
Try Sa Jce Cream It Is absolalely different from most
Ice Cream made nowadays
Complete a la Carte Serrice
of Vancouver, BC, to Yellowstone
National Park, and Lake Louise
and Banff. While- guests here
they enjoyed a number of ( de
lightful side trips, including
Mount Hood and the Beach.
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Hickman have
as their guests today, Dr. and Mrs.
John W, Hancher and Mr. , and
Mrs. Burton E. Beck of Portland
' Mrs. Follis, 396 North
Twenty-first street, entertained on
Friday evening at one of the most
delightful dinners of the week,
complimenting her father, E. G.
Ferris of Seattle, on his seventy-
sixth birthday, as well as Miss
Marie Corner who leaves 'next
month for her work in the foreign
field. The attractive table wh
centered' ; with a large birthday
cake around which pink roses
were arranged. M . (
; Covers' were' placed for: Mr. E
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ton. Miss Gertrude Thornton, Ivan
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hosts, Mr. and Mrs. I, W. Follis.
Complimenting Miss Lucy Becke
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Lor en a Geer and Miss Genevieve
Campbell were hostesses on Fri
day evening at an enjoyable gath
ering, with dancing, conversation.
and music filling the hours. Re
freshments were served late in the
Guests for' the occasion were:
Miss Florence Busch. Miss Leona
Halt, Miss Hazel George, Miss
Pauline Marnach, Miss Marvel Ed
wards. Miss Fay Wassam, Miss
Gladys Murphy, ; Miss Dorothy
Swegle, Miss Maude Gwynn, Miss
Leona Geer, Miss Lois Moorhead,
Mis Elma Farmer, Miss Uinta
Kirk, Miss Fay Wolz, Miss Jennie
May Hoppes, Miss Odile Matthews,
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Mrs. Stanley Laison, Miss Lucy
THE Varty j Dress Making Parlors
opened to the public this week aft
er having been closed for the summer
Every facility has been added to
give good service and the usual high
class workmanship at popular , prices.
New and unique methods of attaining
beautiful effects with rhinestones and
beads also the latest ideas in trimmings
are features of our establishment this
You are cordially invited to visit
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THE VARTY DRESS MAKING
' (Over Miller's Store)
Becke, and Miss Genevieve Camp
bell. Miss Margery May Goodman of
Eugene is visiting her .grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Teel.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Craig have
as their guest their daughter, Mrs.
Charles Mason,- of Cleveland,
Ohio, who, coming last' Monday,
plans to-be here the rest of the
month. : ' "
Mrs. Lola Bellinger Is spending
two weeks at Newport with her
little daughter, Jane.
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Mr. and rMs. Fred A. Williams
and hciidren, Bruce and Barbara.
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are home from ToleSb and Agate
Beach where they spent a week's
Mr. and Mrs, Guy L. Rathbun
and children are home from, a
week's vacation spent In southern
Oregon. - ;
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MATHILDA'S SHOPPING DIARY I
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CHIC INDIVIDUALITY DISTINGUISHING CHARACTER
The season's smartest Gowns, Hats, Coats and Wraps selected to maintain the standard
or superiority always associated with 1 he r rench bhop.
We carry the nationally
known Fisk hat.
Original models in "Bel
art hats. M o d e 1 s by
"Madame Luzy," 'Claire
Merey, "Madame Louis
on" and others; also many
modified versions of the
Directoire and i Postillion
Because you love the beautiful is the real reason' why
you prefer to wear the MEADOWBROOK Hat for
sports and semi-dress.
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Gowns and coats mirroring the smartest new Parisian
modes registering originality and charm.
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Yesterfday Mathilda made her
first fall shopping tour, and it
was such a joy she is going to do
it erery week. She thinks she'll
do it regularly like she pays her
month's water bill, or like she at
tends her Friday bridge - club.
Why not? Indeed, she'll surely
have to go again to finish seeing
so many things that she didn't see
A certain raTlshing hat and
scarf set, at the Smart Shop, con
sisting of hat and Spanish shawl
so captivated her that it was hard
to leave and next time she doea
not think she will leave without
taking It with her! ' The millinery
seems more stunning this autumn
than usual. Tokay, wallflower,
Chinese blue and then so many
of the chapeaux with tho Direct
oire crown. The . Spanish thcnr.e
is dominant, too. Soliet, duvetyn.
end the leathers combine so well
in all the new modes. Ko. it
doesn't seem that the millinery
has ever been more exclusive
but then. Salem never had the
And didn't you notice, too, how
many dark dresses were seen on
the street yesterday. It is as it
after the first rain the town had
passivly accepted the fall season.
Mathilda couldn't deliberately
have come to anything any more
attractive than Breithanpt'a floral
display. Asters and gladioli were
combined In perfect tones. She
' almost wished she had a marriage
able daughter so she could get
Brelthaupt's to do the decorating.
It doesn't: matter whether yon
call it Directoire or postillion. It
Is the same thing and more: the
thing if you are speaking of the
crown of a new fall hat. V
Tangerine is a stunning color.
Isn't it? But so Is peach bloom If
it Is the tint in, the exquisitely
textured skin of a girl! . .
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wlonder if you ever stopped to
analyze what it is in , the work
. done at Gannell A Robbe's studio
that makes the portraits there so
discriminatingly natural? The,
exquisite texture surely Indicates
a deft, almost indescribable touch,
Mathilda thinks whimsically
what a lovely color scheme could
be developed by using the early
fall asters in that lovely lavender
rlue color. .
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Mathilda really started down
town for , her appointment at the
Klite Beauty Shoppr. . She likes
the equipment, and the' courtesy
and thoroughness of the operators
there. "It is always a pleasure to '
go to the Elite," she writes. -
Mathilda thinks it is very Ingen
ious and delightful that the wood -shades
should predominate so in
the fall millinery. One Is ihus re-
minded so cunningly of her vaca
tion days a-field spent by brown
and gold water under brown and
The mousse, Mathilda knowe, is
one of the most expensive of the
frozen j deserts, but why ; worry
about one's own deserts at all, es
pecially on Sunday?
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This Is tvhat Mathilda does
forcber family: Invites them to be
her guests at the Gray Belle where
you always find each dish a de
lectable specialty. And who could
think, anyway, of a mora delight
ful place to eat than at the Pea
cock room wth Its new, decorative
Was there eer a pleasant affe'- "
nftan that one Hd not instinctively
long to make last on and on?
There wa-OTie place Matbilda
just had to go and that was to
Moore's Music house "where a'l
roads lead." sore enough. What
a catlsfactoy instrument fie por
ta ule phonograph is! ; Why hadn't
she bought one before: so rom-rt-t,
a beautiful ease, and such
. With operators who have' cater
ed to San Francisco's most exclu
sive beauty trade. It isn't any won
der to Mathilda that the fialke .'
Sisters (Balcony, Miller's Depart- .
ment Store) make real friends of
the customers coming.; for the
French paper curl or the new shin
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