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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1924
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N NO UN CEMENT com-
pletely surprising even their
most intimate friends was that of
the marriage yesterday morning at
9:35 o'clock of Miss Clara Brelt
e'nstein and Mr.' Dwight Quisen
berry. Mrs. t .Qulsen berry. ., the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Brel
tenstein, is a popular member of
the younger set. Attending; the
Oregon Agricultural college,? she
wis a member of the Pi Beta Ph!
sorority. Mr. Quisenberry. the son
of Mrs. Grace Quisenberry of Hol
lywood, California, also' attended
the Oregon Agricultural college.
A partner in the . Central Phar--macy,
he ; is prominent in local
clric circles, being both, a Cher
rian and a Klwanlan. Since
thaj war. where he served in the ar
tillery, he has established his bus
iness connections in .Salem. r;
;Mr. and tin.) Quisenberry left
immediately Vlter the ceremony
for a three weeks motor trip. Af
ter November 1st," they will be at
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home to their friends at the new
apartments, at 935 MilL
. Grace Wood Jess, gifted folk
song artist who sings this evening
at the First Christian church, was
the inspiration for. an informal
gathering of friends Sunday af
ternoon' at the tea hour, . - when
Professor and Mrs. T. S. Roberts
were hosts at their attractive studio-residence
on ' North Summer
street. Autumn flowers decked
the rooms where the j interested
group gathered for a friendly mus
ical program, both the guest of
honor and her accompanist, re
sponding with ' faultless num
bers, intimating a program of ex
ceptional interest for this evening.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar sang a
group from her concert numbers
of . last. Monday evening, Professor
Roberts playing the accompani
ments and later giving! an appre
ciated piano solo. '
Tea, with wafers and fruits, was
served in the dining room.
Those finding what a charming
guest Miss Jess can be for such
a I delightful hour were: the ac
companist for the evening, Mr.
Raymond McPheters, of Pasadena,
Cal., Miss Lena Belle Tartar,' Miss
Elma Weller, Mrs. Bertha Junk
Darby, Miss Beatrice Shelton, and
the hosts. Professor and Mrs. T.
of a Mission
Thirty girls who are members
of the Loyal Daughters class of
been invited to the home of Mrs.
John O. Humphreys. 1285 S. High
street this evening at 8 o'clock for
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stittrte for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
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TeethingjDropsafid Soothing Sirups, espcrBrejM6forrtaaae in beginning sewing will
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Mrs. George P. Vlck, on the oc
casion of her birthday anniversary
Saturday evening. Was the inspir
ation for a delightful surprise
The guests included: Mr. and
-Mrs. George F.-Viek, Mr. and Mrs.
B. W. Vick, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Vick ' and children Lorraine and
Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vick,
and daughters. Bertha and Har
riet. M-s. Sophia Vick, Miss Hol
lis Vick, and Roy F. Jacobsen. .
. . Mrs. Emily. Baquill, former res
ident at the Old Peoples' Home is
visiting Mrs. William R. Randle
of Salem Heights. '
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Miss Marie Andresen became
the bride of Franklin Miller Jr.
Saturday afternoon at 4:30, at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and j Mrs." William Andresen. of
610 Jefferson street, Oregon City.
Mr. 'Milter is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank J. Miller of Albany,
and is well known in Salem, hav
ing lived here a number of years.
The j bride was attended by Miss
Wanda Nelson of McMinnville as
maid of honor, and two younger
sisters of the bride ' acted as
bridesmaids. The groom was at
tended by Mr. Claude Steusloff
of Salem. Both the young people
are graduates of the University of
Oregon, she a member of the Chi
Omega sorority, he of the Beta
Theta Pi fraternity. They will
make their home in Albany. A
number of Salem people ' were
guests at the wedding. j
Mr. and. Mrs. 'C. E. Underhill
are the guests of their niece, Mrs.
L. F, Bfown at her country home
near Salem. Mr. Underhill is an
attorney of Onewa, Iowa. They
plan to be here for a period of 10
days or two weeks. i I
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A number of Salem women are
in attendance this week at the
state convention of the WCTU
which, opened, in Corvallis yester
day to continue until Thursday.
Mrs. Sarah Oliver, Marion county
president. Is in official attendance
from here. . Representing the lo
cal union are: Mrs. Louisa Kraps,
Mrs. C. M. Landaker, and Mrs.
Alice Jennison. From the North
Salem union two delegates are in
attendance at the convention, Mrs.
Jennie Presnall and Mrs. Stanton.
Mrs. L. C. Farmer was a guest
over the week-end of Mrs. Frances
Cochrane in Portland.
Work in the vocational classes
of which Mrs. F. E, Barker is in
charge will begin today in the
rooms above Miller's store. Three
be beld as well as classes in mill'
inery both beginning and advanc
ed. Advanced sewing is also in
cluded in the schedule.
Grace : Wood Jess in
First Christian church. 1
Progressive Dancing clujb-, Der
by hall, i - '
War Mothers. ' Chamber
Commerce 12:30 o'clock, f j ,
u St. Paul's Guild. Parish house
2100 o'clock. . i j I
WCTU hall 2:30 o'clock
Organization of a Mission Study
circle. Mrs. J. O. Humphreys.
1285 S. High street. I t
Tri-C class luncheon and busi
ness . meeting. Presbyterian
church .dining room, 6:00 b'clock.
South Division of Presbyterian
Ladies' Aid. Church parlor. 2:00
o'clock. Z.'"'X i -J ' I "; ;"
- Women's Foreign Missionary
society of First Methodist chtirch.
Mrs. R. L. Farmer, 909 Cheme
keta street. j .V"
. Executive Committee of iPresby
terian Woman's Missionary I so
ciety. : Mrs. H. E. Barrett, 2117
State St. - r; 1,-
i t i Thursday f
O. A. C: club. Mr. ad Mrs.
Carle Abrams.i 146S . Chenjeketa. 5
Rally dinner.' First Presbyter
ian church. 6i30 o'clockf If't
Business and Professional Wom
en's rummage sale, 165 N.tLIberty.
h : '; Friday . .
Salem Woman's club sponsor
presentation of "What Every Wo
man Knows." Waller Hall. 8
Jason Lee church supper, f
South Salem Friends Woman's
Missionary society. Mrs! -Ethel
Miller, 1620 South Higtf street,
hostess. ; -l ' v" -
Woman's Missionary Bqciety of
First Presbyterian churci. iMiss
Gertrude Eakin, hostess, at Salem
Indian, school at Chemawa. 2:30
o'clock, and Professional Business
Women's sale. - 1 ' '
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' Salfim Woman's , Club. Club
house. Business meeting 2:30
o'clock.' : .' ' -il
Professional and Business Wom
en's sale, 165 N. Liberty.; J
I The Adolynk club opened its
fall season ; with a live party on
Friday followed with a luncheon
at the Spa. All the club members
were present, the group including
Mrs. Oral Lemmon, who acted as
hostess for the afternoon. Mrs.
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trouble so bad everything; she ate
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but Adlerika acts on BOTH upper
and lower bowel and removes all
gasses and poisons. Brings out
matter you ! never thought wlLlTa
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J. C. Perry, Druggist, 115 South
Commercial St. Aav. i t
RL S. Melson and A. A. Gueffrpy
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This store will
465 STATE STREET
carry a complete stock of Commercial and Social Stationery,
Mottoes, Bridge Favors and Books. ' T
Typewriter Shop Moved
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Our typewriter and rubber stamp de
partment, formerly located at 165 North
Liberty, has beerf moved to, this store where
we will be! able to give better service to our
patrons. I , j-
The Newest Fiction
Our NewYor book service provides us
with the latest NOVELS, DRAMA, POETRY,
TRAVELS and BlBLIGROPHY, thirty days
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Oscar Zellar, Mrs. Earl Poulsen,
Mrs. George Nelson, Mrs. Carl
Chapler, Mrs. Jesse George, Mrs.
James Teed,; and Mrs: Reed Row
land. . '1 .. 1 i - . '. .
Mrs. Earl Poulsen will be host
ess for the club on Friday, Octo
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. OlBon, for
mer residents of Salem, who have
been visiting' friends and rela
tives here, left yesterday for their
home in San Francisco. . ,
The . Progressive dancing club
will hold its first gathering of the
season this evening in Derby hall.
The Raggedy Ann fox trot will be
Mr. and llrs. Carl Wilson and '
daughter, Irene. of: SusanvUle,
Cal.. are the bouse guests of Salem
relatives. .They plan to be here
for two -weeks. " ' I -.; i , '
Successful from every stand
point was tike program given Sun
day eveningjat the ,. Evangelical
church, corner, of 17th and Che
meketa streets, .with everyj parti
cipant appreciated to the fullest.
Howard ' Olgen sang, though the
number ,wasi not previously an
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The members of St. Paul's guild
are asked to come to the parish
house promptly at 2 o'clock for
the meeting' this afternoon to as
sist in the tying of. two comforts.
. .The .Woman's Foreign Mission
ary society of the First Methodist
church will 'meet, tomorrow after
noon at the .home, of Mrs. R. .
Farmer, 909 Chemeketa stret
The delegates from the Branch
meeting l at ; Bellingham will give
their reports. '
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' , The Salem : War "Mothers will
meet this afternoon in the Cham
ber of Commerce for the regular
meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Import
ant, plans for the dedication of
the new xnohument will be worked
out' at this time. :i
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October j.10 and 11 are the
dates set for the rummage sale
the , . Business , and Professional
Women's club are giving.- The
sale will be . held at ICS North
Liberty street and the members
of the club; and their friends are
busy collecting goods! for the
sale. ' : - 1 1
A large land enthusiastic audi
ence of women met yesterday at
the home of Mri. John U, Rand
for the- meeting this week of the
Woman's Republican Study club.
Judge ; Wallace McCammant of
Portland was the splendid speaker
of the afternoon, choosing as his
subject. President Coolidge. of
whom he spoke la a' personal, ap
preciative way. ,v j
; A tea-hour followed . the busi
ness meeting and address. Mrs.
H. J. JJean poured, with the tea
table attractively centered with
pink asters.. Mrs.' Mark Skiff was
chairman of the hostess commit
tee, her f assistants being Mrs.
Frank Power and Mrs. Lillian Ap
plegate. j T
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The regular .WCTU meeting
will be held this afternoon, at 2:30
o'clock In the halls. The time! will
be given-over to the definite 'con
sideration of the Principles and
Constitution of the' local union.
. j Tuesday, Oct. 7, the member
ship of Court Capital City of the
Catholic! Daughters of America
will have a social , evening 'with
Mrs. S. Gentzkow, acting as chair
man,, assisted by- the following
committee:; Mrs. - William ; Mc
Laughlin, Mrs. Henry Lynch. Mrs.
A. Schneider, Mrs. J. . Nadon,
Mrs. E. Eckedlln and the Misses
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