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TUESDAY ,?.I0BNIN(j;AUGUST4 1023. t'u Z.ItT
Interesting to Saleivwojneit and .ederaiion o.t. Business and TPro-
roembers of the-State, federation
of Business, and Professional Wom
jen's .clubs, is ibe meeting pt ;th'e
" Portland's 0rgaaI2aM0nVh.ch.waa
fcedjlast .Thursday evening in that
city., "fjMiaa Louise Hacker, .presi
dent of jthe State. Reiteration aad
well ' known "la . Salem, was the
, 4 prlhclpar speaker of the evening.
, '"Federated clubs ..may Le JJk
emd to radi setsi onja.club and yon
reach the . local community, two
clubs SUd'yoU nave a largfer radius,
three 'duos' 'and you MlTt liarfe a
still, greater field of, interest and
'enjoyment. '? "said t M3ar : Louise
Hacker, president.: of the Sjate
. : 115 N. Liberty " 7
M Pres&nlifig v
tJor the Woman
. .. and aiws ,
which we have
fesslonal WonieVs "Clubs, "In "her
address before the members of the
Business .'and Professional Wo
men's ,. club .which met at the
Chamber. of Commerce. Thnrsday
evening for their monthly, dinner
"Today our st1 iederation is
al-tube.setin ,that;we hare .12
actTejclubs, each a powerful force
u useiz aomg spienma wors; in
spreading r00. ."5sPel r of - higher
Standards for womenj encouraging
greater ..cooperation ,petw,eeut dusi
ness women, extending opportuni-
itiesiand ,crating,Auch M vwealth of
wonderful frlendsnip and: good iel-
lowship. V- "TTTV'C--';' f.C'"';
We have Z Q B . , members or
broadcasters .In, our state federa
tion, all members of the Immense
radio set, our national federation,
reaching all over the world, for we
are now Internationa! with the es-
tapnsnment or aciuo in, uuenos
Aires, South America. National
and international contact with wo
men whq areup'and 'doing things,
an,rmUtual t feellnf of Interest,
knowing' there"are '45,041 ': women
An Interesting Tisltor at , the
home of Mr, and 2Irs. H,.. Baker
last week end. wa Bishop Charles
Bayatd, MltcheUD JSTK? L. ,D.,
of Manila. Bishop , Mitchell who
is tne resident Disbop.oi Manila
caine'to'the United. States'several
weeks ago to attend the Knights
Templar conclave in ' Seattle at
which he officiated as the Grand
Prelate. .While in Salem he was
also entertained., by his cousins,
Mrs. E. T. Barnes and Mrs. Frank
Power.; w . ..
Before becoming. v the resident
bishop of Manila, Bishop Mitchell
acted In the same capacity in St.
Paul, Minnesota. lie has held pas
torates In Kansas; Pittsburg;
Plainfieid. N. J.; Cleveland. Ohio;
Kansas City, "Mo.,ltflnneapolls and
Chicago. . :
. Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Barnes ac
companied -by Mrs. Frank Power
and daughter, ' Florence, ' motored
to Portland Sunday ' morning to
attend the 'services at , the Rose
City ! Park Methodist i Episcopal
church at which Bishop Mitchell
officiated. . Bishop Mitchell will
remain In the United States until
November visiting several, of, the
eastern- states "before his return.
Mrs. Mitchell Is in Pasadena at the
present time as the guest of rela
tives and friends. It is interesting
to. note that Mrs. Guernsy. ex-national
president of, the Daughters
of the American Revolution, is a
sister of Bishop Mitchell.
Mrs. Dora R. Aufranc accom
panied by her daughter, Yvonne,
1 . . 1 J , A .. a ,
vara, mn.li ..,. A I tttBL WtKH CUB lUf. lUUf Ul
iiu Smttini .i-wn .'Wi the Oregon beaches. . They expect
I . ; gained omr repu- -t ,
w ll Opming
Cet us all strive to tune In on
this Immense set of ours, In order
that we may. derive the benefits to
which , our r membership- ;in the
clubs, ; state and national federa
tion, entitles us l
,: Xs "a token I Of ;apprecIation of
serf icesaa members of the state
board, . Miss Margaret Fleming,
who "served as first vice, president
of the state federaViou; the 'past
year and as corresponding' secre-
1 iary ' Jthe two previous years, 'and
MrsPearl M. Baldwin, national
vicepresident for two years and a
board of members for three years,
were each, presented with' a lovely
corsage bouquet by Miss Editb I.
A. Dailey, president of the local
plubt"and given a rjaing vote of
LhaaKS' oy tne memDersnip ior
their successful regime. Miss
Hacker, also acknowledged, that
much of the credit of the organiza
tion "is 'due to the unselfishness
and vision of the women who have
served on club hoards and know
the many problems to be faced.
Land extended to Miss Fleming and
Mrs.. Baldwin "gTacious thanks. -
to be absent from
the city two
Hager's Grove was the scene of
another enjoyable -. picnic ..last
Thursday evening i-when Mrs.
James Godfrey 'and Miss 'Emma
Gxd trey '"entertained a group ' of
iriends. . .Swimming was the main
diversion of the . evening after
wnicbu a. delicious supper was
served beside the mill race.
Those attending the outing were
the ; Misses Sylvia Wood, Ollle
Wood of Corvallis, i Genevieve
Campbell. . Louise ..Williamson,
Florence Gilbert, Josephine Bross,
Dorothy Godfrey,. Velma .Gilliam
and Elizabeth and Mary Broune of
Portland, and Mrs. Emma Murphy
Brown, Mrs. - Wood, Mrs. Claude
Johnson and the Messrs., Frank
Lynch, John Curry, Kent Walker,
Donald McPetera, Arthur .Knox,
James Young, Roy Gard, Ralph
Jackson, Chester Nolan, Charles
GoodwinFred Mahgus, Ralph Mc-
Curdy, Dr. Gerald Backstrand, Mr
Warren and Mr.1 and Mrs. A. R
Rankin and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gil
lingham. , .
miss . josepniua rsross, wno . is
employed In the office of th-j state
highway commissioner. Is leaving
o.dy. with a party, of .(rlenda)h
a vacation trip to Crater Lake and
Other points of 'interest In South
ern Oregon. , 1 , . " - "V ,
The St. Paul's Guild of the
Episcopal church will meet at the
home of Mrs, W. H. Moore. 3095
Fairgrounds road this afternoon at
2:30. All "members of the guild
are asked to attend. Mrs. Wen
ock will be assistant hostess.
. , .
, The regular, meeting of the Mar
ion .county Veterans association
will be held at Sllverton on Thurs
day, with an all-day meeting start
ing, at lo:30 o;ciock in tne. morn
ing, with a .business session and
election ot officers. ,.
Dmner will be served at noon.
and will be followed by a program
and .camp fire - at . 1:30 , o'clock.
Representatives from , each ' patri
otic order" In the city are urged
to' be present. .'Mrs,', Frances Gour.
lie of Silverton Is preeident of the
association, and Mrs. G. E. Ter-
williger, of Salem, Is secretary.
? i . , - -. ..it - -Mr.
and, Mrs. Walter L. Spauld-
ing and daughter. Leone, left last
week-end for Neskowin to be the
guests of .Mr, j and Mrs. C. K,
Spaulding in their summer cottage.
C. A. K ells and family are mo
toring to Neskowin today. , Mr.
Kells will spend'a few days at the
coast,' bringing hack a load ot boys
rrom tne ymca summer camp.
while Mrs. Kells and children will
remain at the coast for a week
or two. - - ! I
James Heenan of the state print
ing- department is spending the re
mainder of his vacation at Long
Beach, -Washington, A
Mr. and :.Mrs. C. D. Ross whb
have;'been;i enjoying a delightful
outings at Seaside and Cannon
Beach for' the' past two weeks, re
turned to their home last weekend."---.
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Mrs. E. Wilbanks ot ' Forest
Grove was a week-end guest ot
friends in the city.
' Mrs. S. W. Thompson and Miss
Louise . Thompson left by motor
this morning for Vancouver, B. C,
where they will be the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. William Ktltx. They
will .return to Salem the first ot
, r -
Mrs.' M. E. Allen and her son,
Stanley Allen, Ipent a few days
In Salem recently; with 'friends.
: . TJr. and Mrs. J, .Bt , Parker and
G. S. Higgi'ns of Salem 'were par
ticipants . In . the ..reunion of the
Parker, family which was held re
cently otf the banks of , the Molalla
river, Over fifty members of the
family were present, coming from
all parts of the Pacific coast.
Mr. "and Mrs. .I.A.. Wroten are
receiving, the con'gratuiations ot
their . friends over the birth of a
son on August flrsL The young
man has been given the name, Del
An interesting announcement Is
the hews, of the marriage of Miss
Irene Larson . and . Harold Mero
which took place early ' Sunday
morning in the First Evangelical
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nifht. Ta latara propar .claaaifia
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..St. Paul's 7ufld: of Episcopal
church will ' meet at the home ot
Mrs. W. ,H. Moore. 3095 Falr-
grounas road, this afternoon at
Marlon county Veterans' asso
elation will jmeet at Sllverton
Thursday m o r n I n g at 10:30
o'clock for an all-day meeting All
pairioc oraers in tne city are
urged, to attend u.
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friends.: Both; young-people are
well known in Salem where they
attended the- local high school. Af
ter a short tour of the Oregon
beaches, Mr. and Mrs. Mero will
return to Salem to make their
The Misses Irene Lawrence and
Florence Waldo have returned to
their homes in the city after a
delightful motor trip wblch took
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Miss Irene Curtis.
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They also visited the on, Lloyd, enjoyed a trip over the
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The Woman's Home Missionary
society, the Woman's Forum 'and
the Ladles' Aid society of the Ja
son .Lee Methodist Episcopal
church will meet tomorrow at the
home of Mrs. J. M. Sharpe, 2237
Nebraska avenue. The Home Mis
sionary society will have charge of
the devotional hour starting at 11
o'clock. A picnic ' lunch will be
served at noon and In the after-
Columbia River highway and the
Mt. Hood . Loop last week-end.
They were guests ot Mrs. Mont
gomery at Mt. Hood on Sunday,
Miss Lillian Shain. wbo "has been
the guest of her uncle and, aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stearns, for the
past few weeks, left last week-end
for her home in Loa. Angeles,
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Burrell
Adams (Veda Howd) will regret to
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'APARTM EXTS S91 K. Coaa-
' I the latter part of the week . for
.' Miss Irene Curtis motored to I Washington to make their home.
Portland last week-end where she - " Mrs. Adams, has been the.insplr-
was tne guest ot Mr. ana Mrs.
Mark Skiff, Jr. She returned to
Salem last evening.
Mrs. Ada Gibler returned to her
home last evening after an enjoy
able week-end visit in Monmouth
ation for several delightful affairs
during the. past few weeks. " Mrs."
E. E. Ling complimented her with
an afternoon ot bridge last Thurs
day. - Two tables were , in play
throughout the afternoon and first
and second prizes were awarded to
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HOUSEKEEPING OS SLEEPING
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tat the home of her cousin, Mrs. D. Mrs..E. C. Purvine and Mrs. P. D.
Qulsenberry. Mrs. Adams received
the guest prize. . . ,
, . Those bidden to the affair were
Mrs. Glenn Gregg, Mrs. Lawrence
M. Calbrath. .
Miss Elisabeth Latham was a
charming hostess last Thursday
when she complimented Miss Hel-Inilah. Mrs. Reed Rowland, Mrs. E.
en Currle, bride-elect, with an af
ternoon ot bridge In her Silverton
Those bidden to the affair were
the Misses Dorothy Hubbsr Cath
erine Woodward, Olivia DeGulre,
C. Purvine, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. P.
D. Qulsenberry, Mrs. ,E. A. Ken
nedy and the honor guest, Mrs.
Burrell Adams. :
Mrs. Adams will be the Inspira
tion for a charming affair this af-
Eleanor McClalne, Marion Taylor, I ternoon when Mrs. E. C. Purfine
and Mrs. Carl Armstrong will en
tertaln the Neves club in her hon
or. Two tables of bridge. will be
la play. !' j
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Roy A". Klein 'state highway .eii
gineer,TIeft .Salem, recently ; for
Washington. ; D, C..- where he will
attend a meeting: of the joint com
mittees on interstate highways of
which he Is -a member. He plans
to be away from the city for sev
eral weeks. ' " ' ! ;
Mr.' and Mrs. Earl Paulson left
last week by motor for Newport
Mrs. John McNary Is entertain- where they are enjoying an extend
ing as ner guest ror the week Miss ed' vacation. They were Joined
Margaret Gray of Portland. Sev- hast week-end by a party of Salem
erai oeugntiui. alfalrs are being friends.
planned in her honor. I
. . . . Miss Ruth Dausherty left last
Miss Gertrude Walling left last week-end for an outing to be spent
week-end by motor for.Rockaway I at . Rockaway. She. will be; the
Dena Aim, Bertha Aim, Mrs..!.
Latham and the honor guest-
Miss Helen Currie.
. ... ...
Miss Florence . Pope spent last
week-end in. Portland aa the guest
of friend." t '
Miss Prudence Patterson was a
week-end visitor In" Salem as the
guest of her , mother, . Mrs. Clara
Patters6iu During the summer
months, she is enjoying a visit
with relatives a The Dalles. She
returned by motor.
. " ... ..... . ... ' ;
where she will enjoy a vacation of
several weeks., '
Mr. and . Mrs. . C. O. Rice "and
family have .returned to their
guest of friends while at the sea
shore. . . ki
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v.-.Mri. Monroe Gilbert, was.
charming hostess last, Friday eve-
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8 room koao at S90 X. Liberty. St.
925 per montn. -
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273 fltata St. Phone 515
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LOSTA BILLBOOat WITH MASONIC
aad Oddlellow tweoipta. iaaer mo-'o
af Stea. fteward. ' - daeS
i. FOR RENT , -. t I
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Solera 2 Dock a froea atroo aasvFrl
treee and rard en. f 20.00 per -eatb.
Ulriek end Roberta, 112 tic'CWl
Pbnao 195: ' ' - 2714t
i Wanted iIicelUneous- S3
WOODRT THE AUCTIONEER BCTl
need tnrattara tor caak. Pkono I1L
- FOR APPENDICITIS.
' Ia-WondarfBL" Free iafarnaUon.
Addraaa Hiaa Co-, i"ertia.
, JIOXET TO LOA5 5T
home after an enjoyable outtng at nlnr when - she. entertained the
NeskOWln.. . .. mmhn nf Ihe Alnhi C.hl Omstl
....". ' .1 Alumni club and their ,husbands
Theons of Veterans Auxiliary and friends and a'ctive girls from
will hold ft picnic this afternoon I th Oreron Arricaltnrnl Collere
at -the Fairgrounds. pol-luck ch"aptjti wth a picnic, vTbe affair,
supper will be s served at, :J0 which .was most informaL was Jjeld
o clock.. An invitation Is extend-1
ed. to the Sons of Veterans "and I
their families. 1
..V .4 ; :
Mr. and Mrs. - Monro Gilbert
In . the grounds surrounding, .the
Monroe home on Riverside Drive,
t Those njoylnf the evening were
Mrrand Mrs. Claude Steusloff, Mr.
and", ilrs. Ted Chambers, Dr. asd
accompanied . by Miss Gertrude I Mrs!' AInsley Bates; Mr. and 'Mrs.
waning- motored to Portland re- Carl1. Pope. .JJr," and .Mrs. '-Lewis
cently where they-were the guests Griffith. Dorothy Steusloff, Mamie
- Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Moore have
as their guests for the week Mr.
and Mrs,, D. AMopre of Hutch
inson, Kansas, : Several charming
informal affairs are being planned
In their honor. Before returning
to their home. they will visit with
relatives in California. . '
Victor, Ernest Bonetteele Ger
trude Walling. Amelia. .Babcock,
Katherlne Hartley, Margaret
Pierce, , Luclie Moore. Dr," Miry
Rowland, and the ho6ts, Mr., and
Mrs. Monroe Gilbert. ! I
V ' ' ' .
Mrrand Mrs, W. F. Dragerave
as their guests their daughter and
son-Ia-law,Mr.. and Mrs. George
FTey. of Medtord. They, will de
part the latter part. of the week
- Mrs. L. C. Curtis spent .an ; en-
lotrnblA yrrn tlrvry at hm TlllimnnV I en. vi. . i t
J'-', . v : . - - v ."x-- "v'w iui .ucu euuiuciji uuuib otccuui
V." .,.,..',. . k . 'I . ..... . - .
"h 3. . uii- was accom paniea oy Air. ana Mrs. Drager.
paaled hoiiie by hef rlaujlxter, fnie trip will baTaade bynotar.
Mlsa Martha Powell wbo was
the week-end house guest of Miss
Lucile Moore was the inspiration
for a charming Informal tea Sun
day afternoon at which Miss Lu
clie Moore and Miss Xeaa Ross
were hostesses at the Moore resi
dence on Church street.
Those bidden to renew acquain
tances with Miss Powell were the
Misses. Joaephlae . v Baumgartndr,
Varterla and Marie Brlgga, Marion
Emmons,t Florence Jones and Ira
Mrs. 'T. D. LewU and daughter;
Miss Blancb Lewis,' are leaving for
their home la Berkeley; Cal., to
day after a "visit at the home, of
Mrrand Mrs. Byron Herrlck. Ti
visRors are. former Salem resl-
MONEY TO LOA! OX C1TT rsorv
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trio- to Salem la ZQ years. 41141
Lewis at one time was a student I rTcTArr;a opTORTCXilli-S Cl
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at Willamette university, bat ob
tained her AJl. degree
verslty of Californii
norteu wun the Berkeley public I . " siaS
verslty hot ob- . . rZ
rree at the Unl- store buildings fob pjE-tf s" ftl,
ia. She is con- tm rwe yr I"-- T- - I;' ''
RrV-1.r nnhlle BECK HEN PRICES ...Jj. -
schools, which resumes their work
for the 1525-26 year next week.
Mr.:and Mrs.-' Alfred Taylor and
daughters, Katherine and Barbara.
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a. uwj - - . .. m.
v a stwnn i otaMamiT na nu mm i.i i .
la. 241 SiaU U far paroaal
or rixley; Callforiila,- have been BUTLDING9 fob SAr.r .ZlZ
. . - . .1 1 - Will set TOW to 14 riop-
Mrand Mrs. W. O. Taylor. They
left last week-end by motor for
Heir' Calif orula Loue.' - ' '
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" BECKE A UEXPEICKS . . , .
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