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CTTTBSDAY MORNING FEBRUARYS.-1926
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Ash Wednesday Services ;
"Thte Ash Wednesday services at
St. Paul's Episcopal church will be
held -at: T: S- ani 0:30 o'clock in
the morning and Sat 7:30 o'clock
In.,- the, erenlns. I Today, Shrore
Tuesday, there will be al social
in the Parish house. The children
are,,., invited:!: to) .! come Alt - four
o'clock lit the 'atternoon and the
oldejpneiUt5 ;30 r o'clocik and
seTen., Pancakes aad waffles will
be- served. -
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HicKey-Gitstaveso'n . ;
Nttptials .. ,
Reverend Charles E. Ward was
the .officiating' "Clergy man tat. the
ceremony which 1 United 14 'mar
riage" Mrs. Lucille Hickey of
Puyaftup; "Washington and Mr. O.
E. Gustarcaon of Tacoma, at 5:15
o'clock-Saturday afternoon iat the
First Congregational church par
sonage. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ai Guef
froy were the only witnesses. .
froys 'are 'friends of loiig standing.
Mr. G ustaresotr " was" connected
with: the Imperial: Furniture com
pany -where Worth's stor now
ings the cnd i6
dp the right tfinig
&'-ou ; caand .'.a: told ; within' 24
hours if you wilt.r Not only; that -ydttjeajr
?pmfthe tn!rels, cbeclc-all
the discomfort; eliminate the poisons,
tone the entire system, t 1 '
That way is ? with HILLfS-he
only way. It 1 is so . efficient that
roUItb'ns chave come ; to employ it.
It is so supreme : that we paid
$1JDOO,000 for it. ! T
Don't trust to lesser methods. Do
the. best you can. Take HILL, tab
lets take them now. Every hour
of delay means delayed result. At
your catgf store.
Get RedBos oa& ltraJt
I stands fifteen' years aeo. 1 Mr. and
Mrs. Gustaraon will make their
borne In Tacoma where Mr. Gus
tareson Is In' the furniture busi
ness. : .; i . i'.'-'-, f V I i
Gregorys in California i T !
: Mr. and" Mrs. P.' M. Gregory are
enjoying a several weeks', motor
trip into California. . -n' n-
Miss Kiicneri Ertieftams
With Valentine PfLrty
1 Miss Ruth 1 Kitchen rwar hostess
on last- Friday evening at a de
lightful Valentine party, kith five
hundred the diversion, and Valen
tine . novelties ' attractive ; in "t the
Tooms. Anna St. Clair and James
St. Clair won the high scores of
ihe evening,! while consolation
prizes went to Anna Mclntyrejand
Virgil Starr. I A delicious supper
iwas served during the evening, A
lovely, centerpiece of red carna
tions, pussy willows, and fern was
used on the table where Valentine
jfavors marked covers for: v f I
f- Misses A.nnabeI St: Clair, Al
berta St.'Cla!v Margaret St, Clali.
Anna Mclntyre, Lena Spalding,
jjessie ' Starr, i and Ruth ; Kitchen,
nd Messrs. Cecil Gardner, James
pt. Clair, Ivan Meeks; .Virgil Stair.
tobert Kitchen, . Mr. and MpS.
itchen, and Lome Kitchen.
tast Card ' Party in" Series !
V The last card party in the series
being sponsored hy St; Vincent's
cfiurch will take place this even
ing in the-Parish house, with Mrs,
Thompson - the committee ' n
charge. This will : close the o
cial activities of the church since
the Lenten season opens tomdr-
Woman's Club Observes 4
Oregon Dayy i !
i I An attractive "Oregon DaV"
pifogram, featuring Oregon music,
pictures, and literature, was given
at; the Woman's club house on Sat
urday f afternoon by ; the Salem
Woman's club following the regu
lar bi-monthly business meeting.
i At the business meeting Mrs. A.
Ml' Chapman reported authorita
tively on the 'better film interest
in; Salem; Mrs. Ronald Glover
gave -a comprehensive and well
tabulated report of the home sur
vey which took place In Salem last
Sunday; while three prominent
members of the' press committee,
t Mrs. W. C Dibble. Mrs. Rj J,
Hendricks, and Mrs. W. D. Clarke
reported " in the - interest of the
Fedefatidn News. Mrs. Chester C
Clark -made announcement of the
film, As No - Man Hath Loved,"
which will be shown .at the Helllg
theatre on Wednesday, Thursday,
and Friday of this week for the
benefit ? of Chemeketa chapter,
Daughters of the American Revo
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The program of the afternoon
opened with the club song with
Miss Evangeline Hall at the piano.
1 ? SOCIAL XiAXJS.fi D AXt f
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OAC club benefit dance. Crys
tal Gardens. ' ! , ; ":
Needlecraft club. Mrs.: E. E. Oil
Ham, 776 S. Twelf A street. If
Writers' section of Salem Arts'
League. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.
Paulus. hosts. '-j-J
Shrove Tuesday. St. Paul's
Episcopal church. 4 o'clock and
5:30 and 7 o'clock. ; .
Last card party in series, i St.
Vincent's church parish hall.
Sons of Veterans Auxiliary; Mrs.
Baker, 517 N." Front street, hos
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Etotka club. Mrs. E. E. Fisher,
515 Market street. 2:30 o'clock.
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. Ash; Wednesday' services. St.
Paul'al chiirdh. 7:30 and 830
a. m.;and 7:30 p. m. : . j
Barbara Frietchie Sewing club.
Mrs. Brewer, hostess. Pot-luck
dinner at noon. . f -
Business . and. Professional
Women's cfub. Chamber of Com
merce: rooms. Social meeting.';
ETekiReady-BIrthday club. Mrs.
Florence Shipp, 1162 North Fifth
street,' hostess. , :. f3-
' '-Thnrsday I , '1 V,'. '-- l ,':':
Willamette University Faculty
Womenvs ' iclubl.' " f Lau'sanno Hall.
Miss Richards; 'Miss De Nise, and
Miss' Gabriel, hostesses,
Inter denominationat Missionary
meeting. First Presbyterian
church. All day. i
Washington's birthday dinner.
Scandinavian church. 5 to 8
o'clock;. ' , I
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- American Association of uni
versity Women. Elks' dining
room. ', President Dobbs of Paci
fle University, speaker.
W. R. C. McCornack Hall. Pa
triotic ; program. 3 o'clock.
Of especial Interest was the song,
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,,. lARVIX. SHEPARD
-One of the leading candidates
In The Oregon: Statesman's' con
test. Mr. Shepard Is an amhltiots
young man of good ability who
is using his spare moments 1n
securing subscriptions To win an
automobile. Tie; wants his friends
to - know that he 13 in the race
and solicits their eo-opera?tlon.
which were written by Rev..W. C.
Kantner and the music by Clif
ford Kantner, in celebration of the
thirtieth anniversary of the ad
mission of Oregon to the Union.
The song was sung by Mrs. Merle
Rosecrans and Mrs. Gayle, Rob
erts Flndley. Miss Grace Eliza
beth. Smith, as the leader of the
Writers sections of the Salem Arts'
League, presented a number of
Oregon poems typifying Oregon
literature. ,. v . ,
' Mrs. W. E. Kirk and Robert C.
Paulus contributed ; the- Oregon
travelogue consisting ..of forty
eight interesting scenic slides
loaned by the University : of Ore
gon.' In addition some'. of Mr.
Paulus' own examples -of color
photography were shown to an ap
preciative addlence. t, i .;. ...
Two solo numbers,'1 ' "Spring
Sons" and "Bird Song" were de
lightfully sung by Mrs. Gayle
Roberts Findjey, with Miss
Dorothy, Pearce at the piano.
Mrs. J. A. Churchill was . in
charge of an exceedingly interest
ing exhibit of Oregon books, while
Oregon pictures were arranged for
the afternoon by Miss ; Kathryn
Gunnell and Robert C. Paulus.
Etotka Club to Meet. t
The members of . the Etotka
club will meet at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon at the homo of Mrs.
for the regular meeting. After
the transaction of the club busi
ness the ladles wm enjoy visit.
to the Miles linen mill. - j
GuesPFrom' Los Angeles
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brant are
entertaining as their house guest
from Los Angeles . Mrs. Brant'S
sister; Mrs. aV Roberts, who made
the ftrip north by motor. Over
the week-end Mrs.1 Roberts, - Mrs:
Brant and Miss- Dorothy Brant
motored to Seattle. On Thursday
Mrs. Roberts will; return to her
home in Los Angeles and will be
glad to make arrangements for a
motor companion for the trip back
to California. : . :;:
Junior. Music Club Meets ! i
' :- The Junior ' Music . club : of
which Miss Lena Dotson is the
adviser met for 4 delightful cos
ttime and valentine party on Sat
urday evening at tn home 01
Mabel Harrison.? Games and val
Anttne contests were enloVed by
the group, with the valentine
motif used in I decorating tne
rooms. A valentine box was
snerial feature. A lovely center
piece of spring flowers centered
the attractively appointed table.
Delicious little heart-shaped cakes
ornamented with small candy
hearts were served. Mrs. Baker
assisted Mrs. Harrison in the serv
ing. Those in the group were:
Olive ShurU, Ruby Orey, Vivian
Marrs. Henrietta Hutcheon, Helen
Ralnh. Pauline Orey, Jane
Kuhnke, Miss Mabel Dotson, and
the hostess, Mabel Harrison
Mrs. Rand Is Honored
Mrs. John L. Rand, who with
Jndre Rand of the-tate Supreme
court was in- Eugene for a brief
stay last weke from Salem, was
the ' honor- guest i for one or the
week's-notable affairs given yes
terday by Mrs. Lawrence x. Har
lis who entertained at her home
with a nnage wbcuwu , -,
group of twelve guests.
Those Invited to meet m.
Rand were Mrs. F. L. Armltage,
Mrs. E. R- Bryson, Mrs. CA.
Burden.. Mr. W. W. Calkins. Mrs.
C.TK.- DeNeffe, Mrs. M. C. Harris,
Mm. PauU R. Keltr.; Mjs. J. J.
Lange, Mrs.-F. X. Schaefers, Mrs.
George B. Schaefers. Miss Ger-
. -wr- iT,. Mm T WllSOn.
The table was attractively set with
a centerpiece of pink carnations.
Eugene Guard. .
Sewing Club Postpones
Meeting - V":,-,".1 f.f-;; y
The meeting of the; Koyai
Neighbors Sewing , club, planned
as an all dayaf f air of tomorrow,
has' been postpones on wwuui
of Illness in the family of the
hostess; Mrs. Ed Keene. : ,
Washington s. Day Dinner
The Ladies' Aid. society or the
Scandinavian church at 15th and
Mill streets will: hold a Washing
ton's' Birthday dinner on Friday
evening at the church from 5 to
S o'clock. " '
A. A. U. W. on Saturday
The American Association of
University Women will meet for
the regular February meeting on
nexf Saturday, February 20, for
a luncheon meeting in the Elks'
dining room. President Dobbs of
Pacific University will be the
speaker of the afternoon.
All those Intending to be pres
ent for the luncheon are asked to
make reservations with Miss Leila
Johnson, the secretary. .:
O. A. Ci Dance at' ;
Crystal Gardens -'
, Elaborate planw have been com
pleted forthe ?OY A: C benefit
dance this evening at; the Crystal
Gardens. Proceeds received win
go Into the scholarship fund main
tained by. the Salem O. A. C. club.
The following are acting as pa
trons and ' patronesses for the af
fair:. 'Vv---'V v; " .
Governor Walter M. Pierce,
President, And Mrs. W. J. Kerr,
Mr. and Mrs. SamKozer, Mr. and
Mrs. T. B. Kay, Prof, and Mrs
E. B. Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. George
Hug, Mr.-and Mrs. J. C. Nelson,
Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Spaulding,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steusloff, Mr
and Mrs. F. W. ' Durbin, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark McCalftsfer. M"r. and
Mrs. - V. G." Deckebach, Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Cupper, Colonel and
Mrs. Carl Ahrams, Mr. and Mrs
Rhea Luper ' and Mr. and , Mrs
Sam, Brown. "."t4:
Miss Vivian Masters, club presi
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Only One Counted to an Entrant
This nomination Ballot is good for 50,000 votes for the
person whose name Is written thereon.
Nominated by . .
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The person nominating th winner of the $1115.00 Dodge
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dent, appointed Miss Sylvia Woods
cnarge of the committees.
ietuMcAllister ! I
. Vf 'merest in this vicinity wis
marriage of Miss Ruth A-
i or Iioseburg to MrJ L
Deter McAllister, at the' home of
McAllister's parents. Mr.: and
C. B. McAllister of Shaw.
The ceremony was performed c-n
o-vuraay m the presence of orJr
the Immediate friends. Rev. it
Stover officiated. . . ;
The bride wore a lovely gownlof
cream Keorjrette over pink? Batin.
Her shower bouquet was of sweet
peas. Kern earjy 8pring tlowfrs
and fir lwuKhs decorated the Sv
ing room where the Impressive
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