The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 20, 1924, Page 8, Image 8

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i ttii:oiiegoit sTATEsiiANf.sALEirr Oregon;
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i Mrs, F. Launer was the guest
of honor at a delightful surprise
birthday evening on Tuesday last
when a group from the Endeavor
gathered at her home for the oc
casion, remembering her In many
-appreciated ways. ..;;
'A birthday cake with candles
carried out i the , pink decorative
motif. Music and games were the
tvening diversions, after i which
luncheon was served in the din
lag room. Among1 the gifts of the
day was-a-beautiful imported scarf
tvnt by Franklin B. Launer from
Paris, and lovely birthday let
ter. 1--- i
- ? -The group spending. the evening
I with Mrs. Launer Included Miss
, The V
Does the
Worfc of
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Doney re-enters
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BacKed by a Half Century
in the Farm Implement Field.
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v Compare the I WADE point
f Dr point with any saw on the
market. Comparison will un
failingly brinff you to the
VADE. : t :
--.Note its many - features:
? Multiple Disc Clutch ; VVType
I rame with wheel and nan
cies; simple, positive -Loo;
Dogs; quick, detachable Saw
Holder,! and the sturdy, re
liable Wade, v :t
Engine Develops Full 4-Horse
"- Power ;::sl-
--Makes easier operation. ; .
Gives better control and ef
ficiency. What One User Says: j
"I am in timber which runs
from 2 t5 7 feet through.! I
fall and cut about 20 to f 25
cords per day. I find timer to
split some myself It is a
cne-man saw to move in tim
ber and i is , satisfactory 1 in
every detail. I would consider
no other." .
C. J. Shipman, Mflwaukie, Qre.
.: The WADE is the "old Ire
liable" of j the Drag Saws-4-It
-wiU 'pay 'you to own a WADE
. . Investigate Today
. , Hardware & Machinery
.'. 236 N. Commercial Sti
' ' .. Salem. V.. v;!; I
1 PHONE: 101
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Martin. Miss Elizabeth
Evans, .' Miss Emma Olson, Miss
Maggie Strassbaugh, Miss lone pi
sen. Miss Hope Evans,, Miss Ger
trude De Voe..Miss. Margaret Ore,
Paul De ; Voe, Loraine Bonbasso,
Miss Ruth Grimes, Miss Ef fie
Grimes, Oscar Strasbaugh. Glen
Strasbaugh, Missj Beulah Launer,
Linden Launer and Wilson Laun
er. 1 r
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Word received oy Mrs. Florlan
Von Eschen from Dr. and Mrs.
Carl Gregg Doney this week states
that they; are ndw In. Cols, Ohio,
but are leaving very soon for Cam
bridge, Mass., tq spend the win
ter, while Hugh
Harvard.' :
- ill:
' Miss Beulah Launer Is spending
the week in Albany as the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Barkley New
man. 5 .
A number of social events are
planned -for the week-end at Wil
lamette university, .marking the
recent opening of school. . Last
night the students were guests of
the First Methodist church Ep
worth . league at an informal re
ception, ii f
' This afternoon at 2 o'clock the
annual YWCA '"jolly jaunt" to
Chestnut farm will take place,
with every girl in the student body
included In the pleasant hike,
where the traditional refreshments
of ; pumpkin pie. whipped cream,
and cider will be served. .- "...r-'
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Mrs. Lewis Griffith was hostess
on Friday for a delightful meet
ing of her bridge club with Mrs.
C. ; K. Spaulding and Mrs. Hugh
Kyle Inyited as special guests.
Zinnias and cosmos were vivid in
the rooms. The prize of the af-
; Willamette Valley
Transfer Co
Fast Through Freight to All
Valley Points Daily,
i Speed-Efficiency-Service :
i Salem-Portland-Woodburn
Corvaljis- -Eugene - Jefferson
Dallas - Albany Monmouth
! Independence - Monroe
i ; Springfield
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"American ; Association,- of tJni-
versity Women.' Luncheon. 12; 30
o'clock. Marion hotel. '
M GIrr Reserve tea for Miss Marie
Corner. , Home of. Miss Margaret
Townsend. North, 19th street;
Woman's Relief ' corps, McCor-
nack hall, 2 o'clock, . p -j
.. Monday ': I , ;'jf s
- Chapter AB'of the PEO sister
hood.. MIs3 Grace Osborne,' host
ess. -. -.. .
ternoon was won by Mrs. Merrill
D. Ohling. .
The group included: Mrs.- C. K.
Spaulding, Mrs. Hugh Kyle, Mrs
Merle Rosecrans, ! Mrs. Wallace
Bonesteele, Mral Lester Barr, Mrs.
Earl Daue, Mrs. W. L. Phillips,
and the hostess, Mrs. Lewis Grif
fith. : : ;
'- The next meeting of the club
will be on October 2, at the home
of Mrs. Merle Rosecrans. tl'
1 Mrs. W. E. Anderson motored to
Portland yesterday afternoon ,
I Complimenting Miss Margaret
Stolz, who leaves the latter part
of the , month to enter the Unl
versity of Oregon, Miss Ada Ross
was hostess earlier : in ; the week
at a .delightful line party at the
Qregon theater with luncheon -at
the Spa. . ;
r The group i included the guest
of honor, Miss Margaret Stolz,
together with Mfss Florence Jones,
Miss Eugenia Zeiber, Miss Helen
Selig, Miss Lois Taylor, Miss Leah
Ross, and the 'hostess, Miss Ada
Ross. ; '- ; ;
Miss Theresa D'Arcy and Judge
P. H, D'Arcy returned home
Thursday evening " from active
weeks trip to;California with' bus
iness and pleasure - stops at San
Francisco, Oakland, Del Monte,
and Los Angeles.
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The members of the Womenrs
Relief Corps," will return to Mc
Cornack hall for their meeting at
2 o'clock this afternoon. '
Dr. and Mrs. J. Shelley Saur-
man entertained at one of the
most charming dinners of t: the
week on Thursday evening at their
home, niacin: covers for 12.;. Blue
delphlnum combined with rasters
ia an attractive low basket to
form the centerpiece for the table.
Blue candles were used. Bridge
and Mah Jongg were the after
dinner diversions. !
Corers were placed for: Dr. and
Mrs. Sanrman, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Llvesley, Mr. and Mrs. Joha
Lena Belle Tartar
Contralto Soloist Vocal Teacher
Graduate O. A. C School of Music.
Graduate American Conservatory, Chicago. ;
Member of Yeatman Griffith Master Class,
Portland, August, 1924.
Accredited by State Board of Education.
Studio 164 N. Liberty St.
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Phone 334 or 1763-W.
Roberts. ' Mr. . and Mrs. Frederick
Lamport; Mrand , Mrs. yDavldIy
re and Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Kary. ' .' '
An early autumn meetinic of the
Amicus club was held this week
at. the home of Mrs. Lee Canfield.
Zinnias and asters were used at
tractively In the rooms. The
meeting was somewhat in the. na
ture of a farewell compliment for
Mrs. Ralph Moudy who soon will
leave to make; her home -in Eu
gene. ' ' . l
The personnel of the club in
cludes: Mrs. J, H. Garnjobst, Mrs.
Harley White,: Mrs. Earl . Fisher,
Mrs, Frank Loose, Mrs. Lawrence
Simon, Mrs. Charles Knowland,
Mrs. A. N. Chapman, Mrs. Edward
Simon. Mrs. Ralph Moudy, Mrs.
E..L. Kapphahn, Mrs. Jesse Camp
bell and Mrs. tee Canfield. i
Mr. and Mrs. William Bone
and two children, John and Marie,
are , home 1 from a three months'
visit to England. Passage was
taken oarly in . the summer from
Montreal on the S. S. Monteclare.
the famUy landing in - Liverpool.
The larger part of the summer
was spenti with relatives in Corn
waU with numcrpus interesting
side trips.; j
The trip home, as was the trip
across the; continent in June, was
made via Canadian ' Pacific with
stops at Lake Louise and Victor
ia, B. C. 'i': . - . !
Mrs. Allan Jones Is spending a
week in Eugene. -
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With members of the McMInn-
ville and Amity chapters of the
Eastern Star., guests for the occa
sion, the 'meeting Tuesday even
ing of Chadwick chapter was par
ticularly well attended. An inter-i-
esting program was given. Among
the ; guests of ; the evening was
Mrs.' Mary Alice Burdett, worthy
grand matron,: affiliated with the
Knowles chapiter of McMinnville.
Asters j anoti zinnias . in vivid
profusion, were used in the halls.
Mrs.r"Emma Murphy Brown was
the chairman of the committee la
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Honoring Miss Marie Corner
who leaves Salem tomorrow oh
the, first lap f her long Journey
to India, the- Girl Reserves will
entertain this f afternoon at the
home of Miss Margaret Townsend,
at tea. J
The Thursday bridge club.
meeting this week after the sum
mer interim, elected officers' at
the home f of the retiring presi
dent, Mrs. John R. Sites. Plans
were, outlined for the new social
season, with dinner and cards for
the husbands' on September. 30,
and ths first I o'clock luncheon
on October 9 at the home of Mrs.
I P. Aldricb.
Officers were elected as J ol-
lows: President, Mrs. A. E.
Huckestein; - secretary-treasurer,
Mrs. O. L. Fisher. .
The members of the club i In
clude: Mrs. L. P. Aldrich, krs. O.
L. Fisher. Mrs. R. C. Hunter,
Mrs- A. E. Huckestein, Mrs. Clair
Inman, Mrs. Clyde Johnson, Mrs.
Ernie Kapphahn, Mrs, Charles
Knowland, Mrs. W. I. Needham
Mrs. Cal 1 Patton, Mrs. Edward
Quinn and Mrs. J. R. Sites. ;
Willamette University Stu
dents Get Early Start
- on Year's Work
Can this summer pass and hot
a single can of potted meat be
opened without the key breaking?
The First Willamette university
gospel team of the year will leave
Sunday morning, to hold the morn
ing and . evening services in the
Methodist (church atw Yamhill In
the absence of the, pastor, The
morning service will be in charge
of Rev. C. G. Wrennt a member of
the team, 'who will give . the ser
mon, with a special vocal num
ber by the Misses Lena and Gladys
The evening service will be en
tered into by the entire team, Jed
by Miss Mildred Brake, whose
father is pastor of the church. The
subject will be "The Claims of
Christ" upon which four members
of the team will speak for seven
minutes each.
The members of the -team are
Miss Mildred Drake. Miss Ruth
Dclk, Miss Lena Gilbert. Miss
Gladys Gilbert. William Nickelson,
Thomas Roland, C. G. Wrenn. i
The gospel team work of the
university is a very potent influ
ence upon the campus. It is to be
distinguished from the deputation
work, the jatter being: under the
supervision of. the YMCA; and is
interdenominational in character,
while the gospel team work; is un
der the supervision of the Method
ism ef the ' college, and goes to
Methodist churches. The: execu
tive committee which has the su
pervision of. the gospel team ac
tivities, consists of one representa
tive each from the Epworth
leagues: of First Church,' Jason
Lee, and Leslie, from Kimball
School of Theology, and the YMCA
and YWCA of the university. A
new executive committee for the
year is soon to be elected. Pro
fessor W.! H. Hertzog of Kimball
is the present chairman , of the
Last year 25 or more teams
were ; ent out with something'
like 75 or 80 young people partic
ipating, most of whom were new
to the work.' Over, a hundred de
cisions' and reconsecrations were
recorded for the year's work.
' We guarantee this to be iribrd thrilling
and just as funny as "Safety Last."
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Cherry and Brown Streets ,
To Be Improved in Spring
SILVERTON, Ore., Sept. 19.
(Special to The Statesman.)
The city council of Silverton met
in special session at the council
rooms Wednesday night ef this
week for ' the purpose of discus
sing street' improvements. Reso
lutions were passed for the pav
ing of Cherry , and Brown streets.
The work is not, however to be
completed; this fall.
Goingf Going! If lZ '
j Monday - j
i Night ' 'II
1 Tuesday f 1.
u u Nht r i
i Inn! :1
Down she skidded--with traffic playing tag,
seventeen stories below her!
AND THAT AIN'T ALL! Wait until you
see this breath-taking,- side-splitting, . super
production, with
Dorothy Devore Walter Hiers
Jimmy Adams Tully Marshall r
A "Gump" Comedy - Fox News
Signs to Be Erected By
Lions at Silverton
SILVERTON, Or., Sept. 19.
(Special to The Statesman.)
The Silverton Lions club; met at
a 6 o'clock dinner at the Chris
tian, church parlors for its regu
lar weekly session. Special guests
were Vernon Suekow, Henry Hut-
ton, Soren Ostergaard and L. A.
June Drake was elected presi-
At No Raise in Prices
Home of Big Pictures
dent to fill the vacancy made by
the resignation of Carl Benson,
who has accepted a government
appointment on a federal board
operating along the western coast
in the Interest of migrating, fowl
and upland game. ,
The club also discussed placing
of two' signs, ' one at the Salem
intersection of the Silverton and
Pacific' highways and one at the
Woodburn intersection of Silver-
ton and Pacific highways..
The club also , announced tha
ii would give prizes to 'the boy o:
girl exhibiting the best Jersey cal:
and the best pig at the Sllvertoi
community fair.
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The' onlyj way to appre
ciate the tas tin ess of this
delicious meat is to try it.
It's worth while. ;
Tender 3tealc, lb. 122c
Fancy Sirloin,
the very best, lb...15c
Prime Roasts, .
Choice Cuts, lb.;. 12
Pot Roasts, they will
please lb. ........i.-....-8c
Boilins Beef, 'lb. 1.. 6c
Short Ribs, Jb.
m pom
Ham Roasts, extra
irobd. lb ...20c
Pork Stealc, lb.. 17Yzc
Side Pork, heavy or
light, lb. 20c
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Freshly Ground
Sausage, lb. .. ..... 1 24c
Midget's Little Linlcs
in Cartons, lb. ........20c
Tf E think we have reasons to be proud. Starting
l nine years ago in a room less than Half the
size of the; present refrigerator, t oUr business has
grown until now we have one of the largest retail
markets in the Willamette valley. Fair dealing
did it. ;
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If you are not one of our customers, it will cer
tainly pay you to give us. a trial. You can save
from 5c to 1 5c per pound. Come in and inspect
the quality of meats we handlel If they were not
of the best we never would have succeeded.
Saturday we are going to forget profits to show
our appreciation. Extra help to serve you.
midget .market
Originators of Low Prices
RJot in itho Gombino
Come in and try them.
They are the best you
ever tasted.
Sliced Sugar Cured .
Bacon (rind removed),
lb. 30c
The equal of any. :
Fancy Light Bacon;
by the piece, lb 25c
Sugar Cured Picnics,
lb. i i 17c
veal -;':;N"-
It alwa- pive satisfaction
Veal Steak, Anniversary
Special, lb. . ...... ,15c
Veal Rdasts, a real
saving,' lb. .15c
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1 . n ..3,
Legs of iVeal, easy to
slice, lb. 20c
Veal Stew, lb. .........ilOc
Ifresh FliSH I
We secure our fish direct from
the fishermen. Insuring our
customers the best at all times.
Sliced Salmon, lb. 17J4c
Whole or Half, lb. ..15c
Ling Cod, lb. ........12i2c
Oysters; Crabs, Clams,
Finnan Haddies, etc.
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