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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM,-: OREGON.
TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBErV 1925 ;
Salem Social News
By AUDRED BUNCH, Phone 10G
State Board Meets' ,
.' The state board of the Oregon
chapter oit. American War Mothers
-.met .for. "an Important meeting at
16; o'clock "Thursday-- morning in
the Salem Chamber of Commerce
auditorium. i gratifying repre
seiitatlon of members assembled
to- consider fhe business of the
day. Of special interest was the
set of by-laws which was adopted.
; .The , personnel f the state
board includes -the following
members: , Mrs. Florence Carrer,
Portlaad, state war m'olher; Mrs.!
F.t A. Elliott, Tica war mother, Sa-
, lew. Mrs. Emma S. Field", record-'
ing 5 secretary; Portlands Mrs. C. j
' Belle Duncan, treasurer, Salem;!
Mrs. Ella Downey, auditor. Port-
p-jfnd; Mrs. John Eubanks, cor
r sponding secretary, Portland;
"Mrs. Em i lie Hendricks, historian,
Salem. Mrs. Isaac Lee Patterson,
parliamentarian, and MrsGebrge
H. Alden. chaplain. r .-'-- i -
The; : directors are Mrsk ? Eda
Harder, Portland ; lire. Bertha
Dickson, Albany;,- Mrs. E." W.
Prince, Albany; Mrs.' Carrie
Powle, Salem; Mrs. H L. Fen
ton, Dallas;; Mrs Mary , Harper,
- Following the meeting, a group
oV the Mothers- visited the state
penitentiary while others went to
the Portland Dy cessions, of the
fair. The War" MothersJpre one of
the enterprising organizations In
terested In the .state ' institutions j
jTnGfee present ' from " Portland
for the meeting were:. Mrs. Flor-
- ence uarrer, aire.,joqn fcuoanks,
Mr?. William Duncan: Mrs. fieoree
j 1p Harder, Mrs. Ella Doeneka,
' . and Mrs. C P. Downey.
Box- JroWers Thursday ' ,
Portland box holders'.on Thirrs--
diy ereninc irithe: stadium for
he nore inow. jnciaaaa: -Mr. ana
Mrs. Hamilton Corbett," Mri and
Mrs. E. A. Thompson, Mr. and
n.i'm a w iu i inn via i . ioa rvi a t.
"ion McDougal Natt . McDougall,
Jr., Mr. and Mr, p-ed Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. Cronin, Mr. and Mrs.
Hutchinson, MissO Lois Hutchin
son, Miss Lois Hutchinson, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Edward GreUe Mrs
'McBride, Miss Dorothy McBride.
Miss Flora Jane McBride, Ex-Goy-
- er nor and Mrs. Oswald West, Miss
Nean West, ; Mr, and Mrs. Stanley
C." E, Smith; and "Miss Mary
New Residents Here
-j Mr. an Mrs. O. W. Emmons,
and two sons and two daughters
from Manning, Iowa, have arrived
iig Salem via automobile. Mr.
Emmons .is an attorney and will
eaier upon tW practice 6f hi j?ro
f elsibn here soonf f H1b Tmrpos
r coming to Salem Is primarily
tot educate his children, two ' of
whom will enter WilUamette university-
and one junior and one
the senior high school. Mr.
Emmons has gone back to Mas-
ntnp tn spttA annta linninAaa mat.
ters but will return In a short
time. - , . - '
Guests 'at Laflar' Home
W r 1 T T . 1 m
ju. narper ana wiie 01 ron-
land were guests t Mr. and Mrs.
G4 W. Laflar, 1190 South Liberty
street . during the fair. The two
families are Old friends. On Fri
day: Mr. and Mrs. Laflar had as
tfieir , guest, their son, A. E
Laflar. j . .
Ctas&es Are Successful
An enthusiastic group of wom
en, met at the club house of the
Salem Woman's club from 2 to 5
o clock yesterday afternoon for
the first study classes which have
been carefully organized under
tfie direction; of the education
rnmittee of which Mrs. George
Kr Aldfen-is the chairman.
'.Yesterday classes were held In
Oregon, history, in current, events
and in podern literature. On Fri
day at 2d'clock at the club house
0 a .class in. psychology will be con
dicted.Tho, Monday classes wlU
meet on every other Monday and
the psychology class the first and
third jf Fridays. Dr. Charles L.
Sherman head of tbe philosophy
a atf psychology department at
Willamette university has been se
ared torr the Friday class.
t Professor Robert M Gatke as
sumed charge o the club depart
ment In Oregon history yesterday
when he opened., bis class in i a
splendid manner around the table
1-as if for a seminar group. He
listed a usable find comprehensive
bibliography which will assist in
carrying his subject far.
The. class in current events,
with Mrs, George H, Alden taking
charge, was conducted as a stimulating-
The same group of women. In
terested In one classs tared for the
remaining two, the third in the
group beinr that; in literature with
Mrs. J." C. Nelson aasumine charee
in the absence Ot Reverend Mar?
tin Fereshetlan who has been cal
led east Mrs. Nelson dealt with
her subject in a refreshing man
ner. - r. -
The only credential required to
enter the classes is a card of
membership to the- Salem Worn-
an s club. To the classes, them
selves, there is no fee. -'
War Mothers To Meet
:' The Salem War Mothers will
hold an important meeting at
2:30 o'clock this afternoon in the
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Every member ; is urged to be
Witting .Workers Class
The Willing Workers, class of
the First Christian church' will
meet at 2:30 o'clock thi3 after-
the home of Mrs. William E. El
lis, 244 S. Fourteenth street.
Congressman.Gives Talk .
The members of Chemeketa
chapter of the Daughters of; the
American Revolution, meeting 'on
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs.Russell Catlin, had the pleas
ure of hearing an exceedingly en
lightening talk ion : the subject of
"international Relations," .given
by Congressman W. C. Hawley.
Congressman Hawley dealt , upon
the mission of our embassies
abroad and of j the consular ser
vice in general rather than upon
eluding-Mr's. tV. TOthapin, ol
Multnomah' chapter, Portland,
Mrs. W: C. Hawley and Mrs.
Charles -Wilson of Eugene, were
present for the etober meeting.
Assisting Mrs- Catlin in the en
tertaining were: Mrs. Frank
Spears, Mrs. J. W.' Harbison, Miss
Minnie Morris and Mrs. C. B. Mc
Cullough. Pattersons Return
Mr. and 'Mrs. George N, Pat
terson and' daughter, Pauline, re
turned Sunday night to their home
at 495 S. Winter street, after a
two weeks motor trip to Golden
dale and Spokane, Wash., and to
Lewlston, Idaho. - In Goldendale
the Pattersons " were guests of
Mrs, Patterson's sister.
Local Women Appointed
The appointment of three local
women to places on . committees
and departments of the State Fed
eration of Women's clubs will be
received in Salem with interest.
Mrs. R. J. Hendricks, a member
of the local press committee, has
been apj-.ointed by Miss Vella Win
ner of Portland, state press and
publicity t-uairman, to represent
Mrs. T. S. Roberts was also ap
pointed yesterday by the Salem
clnb president. Mrs. William
Fordyce Fafgo, to take a place on
the state music committee.
Mrs. Charles K. Spaulding, past
Gordon Xelnon ? .
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Actor :n "rygmai'ion" which will
be presented at Hejilig theatre to
morrow evening. !
r today . i
Mrs. Carl Gresg Doney's
noon for a business meeting 5arfPrGsident of the Salem Woman's
club, has been asked by the state
"president, Sadie Orr Dunbar, to
act on the Dpernbiicker Hospital J
committe toward which the state :
federation has voted a large sum.
All three women are active., in lo-,
cal clnb affairs. ' .
Music Teachers To Meet
The Sales;' branch of Ihe Ore
gon state musie teachers? associa
tion will meet on Monday evening,
October 12, at the home of Miss
Margaret Fisher, 790 N. Church
street. This will . be the first
meeting of the new season Elec
tion of officers will take place.
Mrs. Catlin contributed in an
instructive manner to the program
with the reading of Marie Mode
ville De Bolt's article entitled
"After Thirty-five, Years," which
summarizes the history' of the or
ganization since it was first
founded on October 9. 183Q. "
During the afternoon, Mrs. Har
ry M. Styles,..a member of the lo
cal chapter, made the presentation
of an historic Iron kettle to her
unit; This ancient utensil w"as
used by -"hex--ancestor -Colonel
Leach, ia' the4 revolutionary war;
'and; will rhe -placed on exhibit; by
the Daughters in a cabinet which
will he place'd permanently to
hold relics of this sort, in the
During the afternoon the mem
bers of Chemeketa chapter voted
five dollars to go toward the Carr
olyn Scott Harrison Memorial
dormitory at Oxford college, Ohio,
where the wife of President Har
rison received her education. Mrs.
Harrison, whose memory is being
commemorated ins this manner,
was the first president-general ot
the national Daughters ot the
Plans were made at the meeting
on Saturday for a "bundle day"
on November 7 at the home- of
Mrs. David Looney at Jefferson.
when the organization meets for
next month's regular meeting.
Bundles will be exchanged at this
time for a.-um.of 23 cents', or
some similar sum. ,
A group of special guests in-
y . . . . t..
rormal tea for Mr$. V
son and Mrs. George
2:30 to 5 o'clock.
Writers' club. ilrs. J. M. Clif
ford and Miss Marie Roberts, hos
tesses at Miss Cornelia Marvin's
home at Eola, 6 ofclock.
WCTU meeting.! 2:30 o'clock.
Salem War Mothers. Chamber
of Commerce, 2: 30j o'clock.
Stated communication. Chad-
wick chapter of the Eastern Star.
Masonic Temple. ;S o'clock. Past
Matrons' association in charge.
Senior Guild. SU Paul's Episco
pal church. Mrs: ! N: C. Kafoury,
750 N. Summer Street.
Q. N. S. club. (Marjory Brown
McGilchrist, 10401 Center street,
Willing Workerp' class of First
Christian church, j Business meet
ing. Mrs. Williain K. Ellis, 244
South Fourteenth . street, hostess.
it I WfdResdayr " r
f MrsfT'-A.'LlTesley'foTmal tea.'
3 to -'o'clock. "
t Pygma,Ho. , MoronV-rOlsea Play
arsj Hnig' theater.
. BufiAeAg and Professional Wo
man's club, Chamber of Com
merce rooms. Supper meeting.
Leslie Methodist church Ladies
Aid society.. . Mrs. John Bertelson,
110 Lefelta street, hostess.
Barbara. Frietchie selTng club.
Mrs. Minnie Fishwood, Silverton,
hostess. Meet at west- side of
Supreme court bulidlng at 12:45
o'clock. , -
Six o'clock dinner at church.
Woman s Missionary society of
the First Cangregational church.
Husbands invited. .
Columbia River Branch meeting.
First Methodist church. Opening
Presbyterian Woman's Mission
ary society. Church parlors. 2:30
Second day of Columbia River
Branch meeting. First Methodist
Pyschology class. Dr. C. L.
Sherman. Salem Woman's. clu'
house. 2 o'clock. '
nelia Marvin, leader
brary. 7 to 9 o'clock.
Salem Woman's . club. 2:30
o'clock. Cliih house. Topic:
"Our Girls." Miss Jessie McGreg
Third day of Columbia River
Branch meting. First Methodist
Salvage shop opening. Woman's
club house. Auspices of Salem
Monday (Oct. 12)
Salem branch of the Oregon
State Music Teachers' association
Miss Margaret Fisher. 790 North
Church street, hostess.
Couneil of Presidents
A (.'ouncil of Presidents an
nounced by Mrs. Saide Orr Dunbar,
president of the Oregon , Federa
tion of Women's clubs, to be held
at Central library, Portland, Oc
totier 17, promises to be one of
the interesting and informing ac
tivities in club circles for the fall
Pygmalion Tomorrow "
"Shaw ta2es-the ancient fable
of Pygmaiion and his statue and
makes it, with sparkling felicity,
into. life. Liaa Doolittle, a cock
ney flower-girl, is trained by al
scientific teacher into a brilliant
and beautiful society woman. But
other things happen also. You
must meet jolly Pickering and
Shakesperian Doolittle, Liza'a
father to appreciate how much
of contemporary fun and laughter
the dramatists has created with isi
r"eurbstoae. English'-.and "comfl
mercial millionaires!" ;
. The play 1s rightly centeredi
"Do any of us ever understand
what we're doing?' If we did;
would we -ever do it?" You and:
I will find ourselves, as .well as
Mr, Higgins and Henry, in this
gay comedy with the ending a
concession so typically Shavian."
season. The council wilt be open
to presidents op all women's or
ganizations -and to any members
interested in the governmental
Bnd ethical questions of organi
zation. . - ... i- . f.; Vi v
A number of prominent-, cIuJb
women Willi be' assigned to Specific
topics and each session will close
with a round table discussion. A
luncheon session with a prominent
speaker willbe'a feature. Special
effort will .he: made to have as
large an attendance as possible
from the 'state "outside of Port
land. Portland Telegram.
Study In Boston
Miss Xorlna Maier, daughter, of
Mr. and Ms. Otto Maier. of 1284
Commercial street has returned to
spending a year ami a half in Bos
ton, where she. has been studying
music at;. the New England. Con
servatory. Enroute home she
stopped ax several cities, including
Chicago; Omaha and San Fran
Sevior GuUd.to Meet
- the Senior Guild ofs St. Paul's
Episcopal church ; will meet at
2 : 3 o'clock this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. X..C, lfoury, 750
North Summer street.' :
Formal Tea Tomorrow
'jMrs.T. A. Livesiey will he host-
ess at an attractive format tea to-
TOorftw afternoon at her home on
Lincoln Hill. Three hundred cards
havebeen issued for the event
Calling hours will be from 3 to
the home ; of ; her parents after 6 o'clock.
iBdejteadeoce--Mr. and Mrs R,
II. McElmurry x celebrated their
goiaen wedding anniversary , at;
ib4r borne-- ttree m(e pouttr" of-'
27. About 100 ! .relatives were
presents 1 'including several '. who.
had- attended the- wedding V.O'
years ago, Mr. and Mrs" McEI-'.
murrv were married by . the late '
Rev, John,Osb"orn. Dr. H. Charlea.
Dunsmore, a retired minister,; of-
ficiated at last Sunday's "celebra-,
tion. "Among those who attended
both celebrations': were five- ss-'
tors; of ' Mrs. McElmurry: Mrs.
Josephine Rose, Tacoma, Wash".; '
Mrs. Oliv. Smith Waverly, Wash.;
Mrs. Amanda Melcum, Dayton.
Wash.; Mrs; Minnie Sanders,-
toria js a picasarit, harmless Sub-
stitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric;
Teqhing Drops! and Soothing Syrups, especially prepared for
Infants in arms and Children all ages. - r - '
To avoid imitations alway&;look f or. thegnature oi JcJU
T5 j: J ?LtM: 1 i t - ' l " .,
Physicians everywhere recommend it.
--t&i. gXtyisi. i-sHf ..."
- Squeeze the
Juice of two lem
ons in a bottle
; ounces of Orch
ard White, which
any druggist will
supply for a few
cents, shake well
and yotx have the
very mildest anti-wrinkle lotion
ta tighten relaxed skin, erase fine
lines 'and eradicate crows-feet.
; Massage' this sweetly-fragrant
lemon lotion into the- skin at
night. By, morning most of the
tell-tale wrinkles, tired lines and
crows-fect are smoothed out, glv-
ing H U1UID J " :
cheeks, chin. ..throat. It leares
the skin velvety soft, clear and
fresh. " 3
' Beauty experts use this astring
ent lotion for enlarged pores,, also
to bleach and whiten sallow, tan
ned skin. -- . ":
Mix this harmless, lotion your
PLEASE lOTEt i - . V
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THERE WILL BE NO MATINEE
' PERPORMAXCK TODAY"
DOORS OPEN AT 6:45 P. M.
Last Times Tonight
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ttuel. longer ; titan so'called ;
pftintQUoop! paint is
In the end. ' .
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it is aosomteiv oure
nevt failslmoretlian ordinary
xiing sixengui is always sure. -
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TOCSS OF ANY CilAND
Quickly Solves the Cooking Problems
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Hot Plates Speedily Respond to the Hurry Call.
Quick, Fast O ven, Ready at the
Turn of a Switch
Meet Miss Murdoch, the Universal. factory demohstratory
this week at. our store, showins.the famous ..vj",.;;
A small payment down will place, this range in your
home. Balance to suit your convenience. .
This is a persona invitation to Salem Housewives, and everyone t , ,
: ' v ' should attend 1 . ; : ' V?.'i.
You obligate yourself in no .way.by caHinff.
v -..4 .-.
r Clean '.,
self since It acts best immediately