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, t t ,j JHE .OREGON STTESM, SALEM, OREGON, ;-." :T -: ;
f ' - ' ' - WEDNESDAY 'mORNIKG, SEPTEMBER 0, 1925
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By ATJDRED BUNCH, Phone 106
Return From Motor Trip
- Mr. and Mm. S. P. Kimball and 1
Mr.' and Mrs. K. B. Kugel re
turned home on Sunday night
from .a deUghtfnl four-day motor
trip which ' took the, over -the
Mount - Hood Loop 1 and back to
Portland and thence to Longvlew, j
Astoria, Seaside Cannon Beach,
and i Gearhart. At Astoria they !
were5 domiciled at the hotel for a
time; ; rl : - w !
Ruth Mase Is Bride
Coming as a complete surprise
to;heir -many friends, was the
wetfilng of Ruth Mase of this city
an8 Adrian ,Houlow t. of : Astoria,
atjMgh noon Saturday, in the St.
Jo$eph Parrlsh with. Rev. Father
Buck "officiating. Catharine
Vincent and Edwin . Armstrong
were the only witnesses off the
The young couple left imme
diately for a short trip before re
turning to Astoria where they will
make their home. ' . v
Both Mr. and Mrs. Rous'ow are
popular members of their set. The
bride is well known in both Sa
lem and , Astoria. She attended
high school and Willamette . uni
versity in this city and also a year
at, O. A. C. Since then she has
held positions in Astoria, Pprt
lalrd and. Salem. Mr,-Rojiglow at
tended TJ. of O. .wherVhe'was a
member of the. Sigma Alpha
Eps.llon 'fraternity.: At present he
ls'etnployed in the Clatsop Coun
ty! Court House In Astoria.
VFMSto Meetl ' : 4
.The Woman's . Foreign Mission-,
arjr. society of the First Methodist
church will meet at 2:30 o clock
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
McCormick at the Kimball
partments. The officers for the
new year will be chosen at this
- -wA upartmi
Smith,- Miss Bernice Mulvey, Miss
Valleda v Ohmart,' Miss Helen
Brelthaupt. Mlaa Irene Breithaupt.
Miss Rosalie Bureh, Miss Imogene
Gardner, Miss Roberta Yarley, and
Miss Muriel Rowel
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Week-End at Brooks
r. Mrs. G. 1 Curtis and Mrs.
Curtis' mother, Mrs. Ada Gibier
were guests over Labor day week
end at the homo, of Mr. nd Mrs.
Clyde Harris ai'Brdoks.
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McCalls Return Sunday' ;
r Mr. and Mra:(,1viniam - McCall
returned home : Sunday evening
Xrom helr . lovely I summer home,
McCall Inn" .which is situated
between the junctjlon o' Siltcoos
Lake and the river which flows
into the sea three miles west. Mrs.
IcCall entertained as her house
guest while at the Jake, her aunt.
Mrs. M. M. CusickJ
T. A! Dance
- More than one hundred Invita
tions were issued tor the delight
ful dance of last Saturday evening
at which the members of the T. A.
club -were hostesses. ; The affair
was in the nature) of a fareweU
party. I' Acting as patrons and pa
tronesses 'or the occasion were:
Mr. and Mrs. L. pj Campbell, Mr."
"and fIrs. W. A. Delsell, Mr, and
Mrs.,Xi WV Elgin, and Miss Beryl
Holt.1 ."Pat and Billy Campbell had
cnarge 01 me puncn dowi.
I Th hostesses ot the t evening
wereijt 4 . ' p
: , Misses Jean Shipp, Mildred Gil
Jert,I)rothy Kezair, Helen" Brelt
ensteiiv Helen ' Campbell, t Jean
Campbell, Rosalind Rqdgers,
Rosalind Van AVInkjle, Hope Crow
ther, Kathryn s Elgin, t Jenny Del
zell, Pauline .Johnson, Josephine
Albert, Minnie Shrode, Rosalie
Buren, Claris Baker, Marguerite
Bailey, Lael Lelchty, Geneva Sun
din, ; Carolyn Lambirth and Paul
The First Congregational church
Missionary society will meet for
an Interesting gathering at 2:30 j
o'clock, Friday afternoon, Septem
ber 12, at , the home of Mrs. L. H.
McMahan, "1 N. Front street.1
Mrs. Vera Shattuc will have charge
Of the- aevotjons: " Mrsi-M. D. Mc
Callis'tr ill present the topic,
'Eliis'islanll," assisted by a group
of girls from her' Sunday school
class, by means ot a clever playj
of which Mrs. .Wljliam. Fleming Is
the author. ' . . '
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Return From Seaside I
Mr.. and Mrs., J. Frank Hughes
and son, John, are home from a
two weeks' vacation at Seaside. ;
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Miss Marshall at Coast '
: Miss Nina Marshall, book-keep
er at, the Oregon Statesman, Is on
a ten-day vacation at the Tilla
mook beaches. Miss Marshall lert
Netarts early In the week for
Rockaway. She will return home
late .this week for the marriage of
her sister. Miss Blanche Marshall,
to Mr. Walter Schwlenlng. i
D. of V: to Meet
Barbara, Frietchie tent, Daugh
ters of Veterans. will' fmeet at 8"
'clofcls this eTening for the reg
ular meeting in the Armory.
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Home From Waldport
1 Mrs. M. D. McCal lister and
children, vMar jorie,, Doris and
Allan, returned home Sunday
evening from a two weeks vaca
tion at -the cottage of Mrs. Maude
Cauthorn Cady t Waldport.-- Mr.
JlcCallister was with the family
for several days. Mrs. McCallis-
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yroe. ; Mrs. Charles . J.. Lisle will
'lead in the devotions while Mrs.
H,, F. Shanks will have the. pro
gram. : 1 f
Miss Roive Is Honored
-.Attractive amdnglhe 'affairs of
the 'early autumn weeks was the
line party given on ,the evening of
Iabor Day by the members of the
Grax club as a farewell .favor "to
Miss Lilias Rowe who leaves this
morning, for Pray, , Montana,
where she wUl "makeher home.'
After seeing the Booth Tarking
ton p'ay at the Oregon, the group
assembled at the.YWCA for an att-er-theatre
supper party.! Aliss
0'T wno has been a member of
the drax club since its organiza
tion, win be greatly missed by. her
associates. '. t '
In the' group on Monday even
ing were: Miss Lilias Rowe, the
honor guest, Mrs. J. LI Batdorf.
Miss Marian Wvman. iMisa Mahol
Savage, Miss Erma Meeks, Miss
Erma Richards. Miss PanHn.
Welch, Miss Evelyn Hebel, Miss
Esther TUof funhgAh -trla T ..int.
I f:, -V Buirgy, Miss Ruth Stover. Mi
Loretta Varley, Miss Myrtle
' j Ihe Man Who
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1 J FRIDAY
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"XIGHT LIFE OF
is beauty. And the first hand--f.
maiden of beauty is Boncilla
Beautifien This blue-gravt
magicbalm is food and drink
to aainty complexions.
Makes Your Face Feel So good!
And this is why I Bondlla Beautifiet trMn out
every lmpuriT and imperfection by absorption.
i liks magic, it btoithei that look of weariness
and make otve'i fc fed o good I Th sldn
and complexion appear as refreshed as a wilted -
I flowet after a shower but It does more! It re
moves plmplaublackhead. lines and wrinkle
makes skin soft, smooth, and ftrmiy textured.
Only One Thing More Than
i You9 Used Before
l bet oh! wbtt a trsnsfotraatlon. Crems and
powder soothe and protect the skin, but ttey
cannot perform the function of Boncilla
-Beautinet . ; , - - - -
And when you add, for the dally toilet, the
use of Boncilla Cold .and Vanishing Qeams
and Boncilla Face Powder, Am complete Bon
dlla Beauty Method, you need nothing else
on font toilet table 4 0 , , ; '
Bondlla does Its wonaertul work quickly td
surely. - YouH note th improvwaent after
the fertt few treatments. Continued use, twice
' a week, will tntur the completet success of
perfect facial loveliness.
feONOUA tABOXATOXIEa, 1
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esckstts mt alt
! tout Haas la th
BomciUs Crtmd j
TMs wtck we of
fer tn staples
for tboss whs esU
fsr tbeia st Cos
ns'te ssctloa, and
with each t 7 Ac
parcbats of Boa
dlla fac powder.
sr banish is f snl
c!d . cream wo
wUl giro abso
lnUly froo ono
60c tat of sow
TBis offer holds I
good aU this
Last February we held a similar
Royal Society Sale with what w
thonsht was snfficient qvanlities for
oar customers. Eren thonch we had
nearly 2.000 pieces they were soon sold
and not a tew patrons were dlsrppoint-.
ed. In this sale or Factory Clearance
merchandise we will provide ample
quantity, we beliere. More pillow
rases, more lnnchon sets, .more .bed
spreads, more towels, underwear, baby
dresses, and other desirable stamped
iccods. AU are guaranteed first qual
ity; no seconds or factory rejects. .With
Kilt siring time approaching, one will
find many articles In this tale for .the
"Hand Made" gift now la the oppor
tunity to purchase at a great aarlng.
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9th
Purchase of Stamped Goods at
One-Half, and Less, of Former Prices!
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NOTE: ,Mrs; Frances AVeber will demonstrate Boncilla Beauty Aldsl .
aJl this week. -Free '.Tacials" given Jn, private at Miller ,to prove f d .
thehigrh Quality ot Doacllla products.-' . . ! - , .. kilt -
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Iany COc Articles selling at
' Many $125 Articles selling at
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Many $1.50 Articles selling at
Many $2.25 Articles selling at
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v - . Bedspreads-at i. i-
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.- Pillow' Cases, at less than
Scarfs Huck Towels
Centers Napkins l :.
Pillows Dresser Scarfs
Console Sets Buffet Sets
Curtains Vanity Sets
f T Napkin Sets
Turkish Towels Baby Dresses
Combing Capes Fancy Aprons
Lunch Cloths . Linen Towels
Dresser Scarfs Ecru Scarfs
Card Table Cushions
7 Covers . Linen Boudoir
GROUP ONE '
3 6-In. Centers"
45 Inch'Lincxi Lunch Cloths,
45 Inch Linen Centers, Felt
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Centers, Curtains, Children's
Linen Lunch Cloths
Bed Spreads .
$1.75 to S2.50
gtamped Bed Spreads
Values to $5.00
; lcia Leading ..Department' Store
A majority of Royal Society stamped
goods come made up and In some
instance as towels, pillow cases,
bourn drenaes, baby dresses, come
hemstitched. . .
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