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A SPLENDID Jubilee concert
will be given In the First
BaptisC church of ' this city this
evening. A troop of Jubilee sing
ers from " the colored Baptist
church of Portland will give an
other of their remarkable con
certs in the local church undet
tht "sponsorship of the pastor. Dr.
E. II. Shanks. Over a year ago
these people gave a most excel
lent and enjoyable concert here,
and the church was packed to
capacity. The concert is free ; to
all." "A free will offering will be
asked, the gross receipts of which
will go to the educational and
publication work of the National
(Colored) Baptist -;. convention.
These people; are carrying on a
large and successful educational
program. The general public is
invited, and - a first class ; enter
tainment" Is promised, : consistng
of plantation songs, ' character
readings and jubilee songs. ' ""'
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' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dancy. Mr.
and Mrs. George Brown, Mrs.
Catherine Brown, Miss Cretchen
Brown, Mrs. J.1 D. Sntherlin of
Los Angeles, and Miss Lulu
Creighton were guests over the
week-end at Neskowjn. .
Mrs. Felix T. McWhirter , and
grand-daughter, ' Ethel Mary Os
tron, of Indianapolis, Indiana,
and Mrs. A. C. ; Marsters and
grandson, Craig Marsters, of
Roseburg, were week-end ' guests
alt the R. W. Marsters home, 1475
Court street. - Mrs. McWhirter is
a prominent eastern club woman.
She' is the state president of the
Federated Woman's clubs, of Indi
ana, and is noted as a lecturer.
Mrs. McWhirter has also held na
tional office in the WCTU.v
After attending the federation
convention in Los Angeles, Mrs.
McWhirter has been in southern
Oregon 'for the summer. She Is
markedly pleased with Oregon
scenery and climate.
Miss . Vivian Marsters accom
panied the party to Portland for
a few days, Mrs. McWhirter is
now on her way home to Indiana
polis. She is a cousin of R. W.
Marsters and II. L. .Marsters. t
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Buckner
and daughter, Ruth, left late last
week for a four weeks' trip east.
They plan to make New York City
and Washington, D. C, as their
special Objectives. .The trip is be
ing made' by the northern route
with a number of stops. - L
Add pst ! 8erve light,
crisp Snow Flakes !
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j i BISCUIT CO.
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Mr. and Mrs, G. Ed Ross are
home from a three weeks' visit in
Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Da
kota, and Washington. In Minne
sota, Mr. and Mrs. Ross were
guests of relatives at Minneapolis.
In Wisconsin they visited at Eau
Claire, their former home, and In
North Dakota at Ellendale. They
returned by way of Yakima,
Washington, visiting Mr. Ross's
parents. From Yakima Mr. and
Mrs. Ross were accompanied home
by their little daughters, Dorothy
and Marian, who have been visit
ing their grandparents there. Lee
Rosa will remain in Yakima for
the rest, of the summer.
- Miss ,Ruth Ross, one of Ore
gon's two delegates to the Older
Girls', conference at Lake Geneva,
will not be home until the first
week In September. . The conven
tion having closed last Wednes
day, Miss Ross is how visiting
with friends in Chicago. Among
others she will see Miss Marjory
Edmunds of Grand Rapids, Michi
gan; 'Mrs. Edwin Norene (Doro
thy Lamb); Mrs. Paul Doney
(Lucy Holt) ; Ward Southworth,
and Elton Von Eschen.
Hiss Ross will also come home
by way. of Yakima, Washington.1
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. Miss Margaret Purvlne, who re
cently resigned her position in the
commercial department of the Sa
lem high school. Is spending a
short vacation, before going to
Portland, at Rockaway.
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Mrs. Frederick Deckebach is the
guest of Mrt. Frank Spears at her
cottage at Agate Beach. Mr. Deck
ebach and Mr. Spears motored
home on Sunday. " -;
Mr. k and Mrs. J. C. Owre of
Woodburn were guests on Sunday
of S. M. Olsen at the Old Peoples'
home. I - : ' '
This j afternoon and evening,
Mrs. John O. Humphreys. 1285
South High street, will hold open
house for the women of the First
Christian church. During the af
ternoon and evening hours the
women, are Invited to call and see
the box of useful articles that have
been sent from all over the state
of Oregon for Miss' Hattie Mitch
ell, an Oregon missionary now
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This week is your
August sale pric
to buy at our
es expert clean
ing and restyling.
Veot Fur Co.
190 N. Liberty.
Fcr Prompt Service and Good
CIcaRlns and Pressing
.We Clean All tTDTt Tpi
Chsrry Gity Cleaner
4 . 231 N. Ili-h Street
i-'AIrica. - . V.'Wle- at her hotna
Mrs. IIu.rt)phreys will ask the worn?
en to help sew and mend chil
dren's garments to be used for the
Migrant Labor Social Service work
that the different churches are
placing in the hop fields and prune
orchard of the Willamette valley.
Mrs. Ella Wilson of Portland
is a house-guest at the C. F. Wil
son home. Mrs. Wilson, the aunt
of -Mr. Wilson, plans to be here
for a month's visit. She came last
Miss Hulda Hagman who has
been attending the Willamette
University ummer sessions left
for her home in Astoria yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Laflar are
on a business trip to Roseburg,
having motored down. , '
Mrs. W. H. Steusloff and Miss
Dorothea Steusloff motored to Pa
cific City for the week-end.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
Miss Alberta Bohrnstedt. and Miss
Rozella Bunch returned Sunday
evening from a week-end outing
in the mountains. 3 ; i; j
Mrs H. B. Thielsen Is visiting
with friends in Astoria.
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I Mrs. S. B. Gillette, Mrs. J. A.
Bishop, and Miss Mabel Temple of
Lebanon are home from a trip to
southern Oregon visiting in Grants
Pas' at ;the home of Mrs. C. O.
Gillette. They made the Crater
Lake trip before their j return.
Miss Temple who was the house-
guest of Mrs. S. B. Gillette re
turned Sunday to her home in Leb
' Next Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gil
lette plan to leave for a two weeks
vacation along the coast, motoring
south as far as Crescent City, then
returning to camp along the. Ore
gon 'coast. r7:"'! "
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i Miss Edna Eichelberger of
Waitburg. Wash., is th& house
guest of Mrs. G. W. Laflar, hav
ing ' come Sunday. Miss Eichel
berger is a niece of Mrs. Laflar.
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Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Stolz, Mrs.
Lenta Westacott, Miss Margaret
Cosper, and Mrs. Ida Babcock mo
tored to Portland Sunday to spend
the day with friends. -
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j Webster Ros, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. Ed. Ross, who is
working in McMinnville for the
United States Geological survey,
spent the week-end at his home,
1453 Court street.
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Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Price of
Wellington, Kan., who have been
guests since last Wednesday of
pr. and Mrs. F. C. Franklin, left
yesterday for Twin Falls. J Dr. and
Mrs. Franklin have also had as
their guests, Miss Ida V. Hoge of
f Mrs. H. H. Olinger has return
at the Lloyd Shissler cottage at
ed home from a week's vacation
! Miss Hazel Stone Rex, formerly
of La Grande, has been filling a
special engagement as organist at
the Liberty theater for the "Cov
ered Wagon." - 4
Mrs. William Walton Is i home !
frpm Neskowin after a two weeks'
vacation. : ' A
Mrs. W. W, Cory has received
word that Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Simonton, having left Crestline,
Ohio, on Saturday, will arrive
here by the first of the month
where they plan to make their
home. Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Simonton will be glad to hear of
this Intention. Mrs. Simonton was
formerly Florence Cory. Mr. and
Mrs. Simonton will stop : for a
day's visit in Seattle on their
way to Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hawkins
were guests over the week-end of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMurray in
Portland. ; . ' i
Mrs. Julia Smith and daughter,
Josephine, of Oakland, California,
who have been the house-guests of
Mrs. J. B. Chapman the past five
weeks,' left Saturday for , their
home. A number of enjoyable
trips, while they were here, were
planned for their pleasure. Last
week a trip was taken to Portland,
the party returning Thursday
evening. " ' i
Dr. and Mrs. M: C. Findley and
daughters were week-end guests
at Neskowin. - . (
Mrs. William H. Prank had as
her; house-guest last week Mrs.
Charles Cooder of Concomley: On
Wednesday additional guests were
invited for a delightful six-cover
Mrs. C. P. . Bishop had as her
Interesting guest last week Mrs.
Albert Heath of Manila, Philip
pine islands. Mrs. Heath former
ly lived in Salem where she has a
considerable group of friends,' a
number of whom were guests at
tea In her honor last ' Thursday
afternoon.' A profusion of early
fall flowers were used In the
rooms. Among those included in
the guest-list were' Mrs. L. H,
McMahan, Miss Margaret Cosper,
Miss Elizabeth Lord, Mrs.! R. J.
Hendricks and Miss Moore. '
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- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lee are en
joying a motor trip to Crater lake
.'and the Oregon, caves.
Members of Special Congressional ' :' . i T ;
Committee Seeking j Data . on
Uncle Sam's Aircraft Facilities
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.' rrsmbers or the congressional
committee appointed to make a
thorough examination of the gov
ernment's aircraft facilities visited
the Anacostia naval air station
and the army air service station
at Boiling field to get first-hand
information. This photograph
shows the group of investigators
with Admiral Moffett at Anacostia
field. In the. group are Repre
sentative ! Lampert, chairman of
the .committee," and Representa
tives R. F. Reid, R. S. Prall and
P. C. O'SullIvan.
Miss Leatta Hayes, of San Jose,
and Miss Evelyn Haydock, of San
Francisco, were guests of honor
Friday evening at , an Informal
picnic at the Illlhee Country club.
Miss Hayes, and Miss Haydock
motored to Salem with Mr. J. O.
Hayes, who ' is manager of the
Lake Labish project, when, he re
turned ' from San Francisco last
week. :- - ;: --: -' , "
, The members of the Friday. pic
nic party were the guests of honor,
Miss Hayes and Miss Haydock,
Miss Edna Simonton, Miss Nell
Thielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Townsend, Mr.' and Mrs. Rex San
ford, Mr. and Mrs. James Humph
reys, Mrs. E. C. Cross, Mrs. H. B.
Thielsen, Julius Thielsen, O. K.
De Witt, James B. Young, Jack
Elliott, and Jack Hayes, Jr.
: Mrs. Lola M. Shrode will -' be
among those Xrom Salem attend
ing the Photographers' convention
this week in Portland. The large
exhibit will be shown in the muni
On Sunday the fifth annual
blackberry picnic was held at the
145-acre farm of Mr. and Mrs. O.
Ll Martin; at MaCleay.. ; After a
most bountiful dinner, games' of
all kinds occupied the afternoon.
The bears and beavers played an
exciting baseball game, the latter
winning by one point. There were
several "fouls" ; among the j lady
players with a few "bases,"! now
and then, stolen by the husbands.
All seemed satisfied, however.
with the score.
1 Guests for the annual picnic
were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Michla, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Weiss, Mr,' and Mrs. E. A.
McElvain, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ramsden and daughter Helen,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Holmes and
sons Howard and Hanley, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Canfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Kapphann and daughter
Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.. Gleeson
and son Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. Delano and dughter Cynthia,
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Eoff and daugh
ter Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marnach and
daughter Pauline, Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Teed and son Jay, Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Stewart, Donna Sivier
of Monmouth, James Campbell,
Jerome Hansen, Elizabeth Waters,
Horace Stewart, Mary Drager. Eu
gene Young, Johnnie George,. Ray
Crittenden. Mrs. Helen Stewart,
Wade v Dickerson, and the hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Martin, and
daughters Thelma and Hazel.
WHEAT RALLIES IN
connections. Some large figures
were mentioned as to the amounts
of wheat sold during the day and
while there was considerable buy
ing by seaboard interests and cash
houses, accurate estimates could
not be made. y
Corn and oats likewise were af
fected by liquidation, prices of
corn declining more than , three
cents in some instances, only to
recover 'in the late - trading.
Weather conditions were favor
able for the growth of corn and
for the threshing . of oats, the
movement in the latter Increasing
rapidly. j " " : "
Provisions broke sharply early
on selling of lard by commission
houses, part of which was attrib
uted to sympathy with cotton
seed, oil and a drop in hog valnes.
There was good support on the
break and a raly ensued.
Zane Grey Story to
Be Shown at Oregon
Presented entirely In natural
colors by the famous technicolor
process "Wanderers of the Waste
land,"perhaps the most popular
novel everi written by Zane Grey,
comes to the Oregon theatre to
morrow, and will remain on the
screnn there through Thursday,
and Friday and Saturday.
"Wanderers of the Wasteland"
is the firsi picture, of any length
to be done; in natural colors, and
marks a new step in the produc
tion: of motion pictures. 'The
selection of this western stoqH
was . particudarly fortunate, in
that the settings for the picture
are . well adapted to demonstrate
fully the possibilities of color
photography. Practically all the
scenes were taken in the Arizona
desert and jin Death Valley, Calif
ornia, and (their famed colorings
are brought out vividly in the
pictures. : j . V
The story of - the fim givea
that gripping 'dramatic element
without which t no picture could
succeed in retaining interest. The
plot, already known to the mil
lions who have read i the book,
deals with the gold days of Cal
ifornia and Nevada and is won
derfully portrayed. Jack . Holt,
Kathlyn Williams, Noah Berry
and James' Jordon are some of
the stars whose names appear in
the cast. I :
Rise Said to Be Due to Buy
' ing of Large Quantities
CHICAGO, Aug. 25. r Wheat
rallied sharply today with the ab
sorption of offerings in the : pit
and prices which had hit the
downgrade earlier In the session
resulted in their course and ad
vanced to well above Saturday's
finish. At the close wheat was
7-8c to 13-4c higher, with Sep
tember 11.24 to 124 1-8 and
December $1.29 to $1.29 1-8;
Corn was 1 Mc lower to IVic
higher; oats , unchanged to ' 3-8c
up and provisions ranged from 2
l-2c loss to 50c gain. '
Renewed liquidation brought
about a sharp decline in wheat
values early following a firm start
on reported strength, in Liverpool,
but after the selling spent its
force the' market here reacted.
with considerable buying of the
September delivery. This .-was
credited to bouses with export
Second Request Program
By Salem Band Tonight
, Featuring the male quartette
and 1 the clarinet duet which re
cently received much praise, the
second "request program" of the
season will be offered by the
Cherrian band for the concert fn
Willsoa park tonight. The quar
tette consists of Hansen, Gille,
Robinson and Glaisyer and the
clarinet duet is to be played by
Adolph Bombeck and Fred Bruce
The completed program, as ar
ranged by j Director Oscar Steel
hammer, is as follows:
March, "Chicago Tribune". . . . !
....... . . ; . . . . . . . . . Chambers
Selection from "The Maid and
the Mummy" . . . . .. . . . Boweis
Clarinet Duet, "The Two Little
Bullfinches" .. . . . ; . . . .Kllng
Adolf Bombeck and
. j Fred Bruce i. ;
"Celebrated Minuet". .Paderewski
"American? Patrol" . . . . Meacham
Male Quartet, "Carry Me Back ;
to Old Virginia," "Bells of V
St. Mary's" .
; A. B. Hansen, ;; Albert
': Gille. Richard Robinson
and Herbert Glaisyer,
Overture, "Poet and Peasant".
.' . Fr. Suppe
"Allta" (Wild Flower) ... .Losey
Selection jfrona "The Dollar :
Princess' . .... . . . Fall
March, "Minstrel . Days". .Holmes
"Star Spangled Banner"
J Mil M II H
Six Day Pacific German Con
ference to Be Held in
- Salem This Week
Blfchop Eben 8. Johnson,
IDM LL.D., PresiUins.
Center Street Methodist Episcopal
N. 13th and Center Streets.
Salem, Ore., Aug. 28-81, 1024
7:30 p. m. i . . .
Chairman, Rev. A. J. Weigle.
Instrumental duet, Francis and
Elmer Young. ' 1
Invocation, Rev. C' A. Wentsch.
Annual Conference 'Sermon,
Rev. A. J. Beck. - .
Choir. . ' '
Address: "What I Heard at the
General Conference," Rev. F.
H.- Luecke. 1
1 Aug. 28, 1024
9:00 a. m.
Opening address, by Bishop E.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
11:00 a. m. i -Organization
of the Conference.
11:15 a. m. i i
, ' .Aug. 28, 1024
9:00 a.m. I I
Opening address, i by Bishop E.
S. Johnsoh. .' :"
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper;.
11:00 a. m.
Organization of the Conference.
11:15 a. m.
World Service Program, Rev. I.
2:00 p. m.
Statistical Session and Commit
7:30 p. m.
Chairman, Rev. J. C. Mueller
Prelude. - i fKJ
Invocation, Rev. H. B. Mann.
Missionary Sermon, ; ReTi G.
Kleinbach. ' j f ':
World Service, under; direction
of Dr. Howath. !
Aug. 20, 1024!
9:00 a. m. j
Devotions, Bishop Johnson.
Business session. t 1
2:30 p. m. Anniversary of the W,
F. M. S., Mrs. F. A. Schuman,
, , presiding. : i - . "
Prayer, Rev. P. J. Sehnert,
Vocal olo, Miss Mary Coener,
Address, Miss Ruth j Field of
. India.' :) -A
Vocal solo. Miss Ruth Field. '
Address, Dr. Edgar Tullar, of
General Deaconess Board,
Buffalo. I !
at First M. E. Church
7:30 p. m. : " f ' j
Chairman, Rev. E. Ei Hertzler
Prelude, Prof. T. S. Roberts'.
Song. ' - . '.
Prayer, Rer. Blaine! E. Kirk-
. Patrick. ; - f -'
Vocal solo. Miss Fern Coacher.
Stereopticon Lecture ; by Bishop
" E. S. Johnson on "Africa."
another great "
Saturday - Sunday Monday
Southern Pacific low roundtrip
fares present alluring possibilities
for a joyous holiday.
Take the family to your favorite
playground your trip via
Southern Pacific will be surpris
ingly inexpensive and convenient
Proportionately low fares to
. other Oregon playgrounds, '
"). T &isk any agent fori
i f X ftillpauicularfl U
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For information See
O. L. Darling, Agent, Salem
or A. A. SHckel, p. F. & V. A.
184 Liberty Street
Instrumental duet, F. : and E.
Sermon,' Bishop E. S. Johnson
2:30 p. m. .;
Chairman, Rev. H. F. Lange.
Prayer, Rev. G.'A. Maag.
Vocal duet, Freda Schindler and
Address, by the Editor of "The
Apologist," Rev. A. J. Bucher,
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4:00 p. m .
Union service In Willson park.
Chairman, Dr. B. LC Sleeve's.
Invocation and Scripture.
Address "My Experiences tn
' Saturday, !.
Aug. 30, 1924 j
9:00 a. m.- 1
, - Devotions, Dr. A. J. Bucher. .
Business session. !
Report of committees. 5
There will be no service in this
church Saturday evening, j -
Sunday Morning, x
Ang. 81, 1924
9:30 a. m. j
Conference Lovefeast, conducted
by Rev. Jos. Hepp,
10:30 a. m. I
Chairman, Rev. A. !F. Hilmer.
Offering. ! j
- : - Evening
7:30 p. m. -
Chairman, Rev. A. F. Cramer.
Rer." F. A. Schu
Sermon, Dr. A. J. Bucher, Cin
23 xr 583
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