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By AUDRED BUNCH PfcoWlO0
Miss Thelma Pead
Becomes Bride on May Day
'At a quiet home -wedding:,
which was solemnized at - 8
. o'clock pn May day evening Miss
. Tbelma Pead became the bride of
Mr. William' Harold Lane - of In
dependence, the - ceremony being
performed at the home of the
bride at 1078 Chemelceta street.
:, ReT. RL.. Putnam, pastor of the
Court Street i, Christian r church,
performed the ceremony, the sin
gle ring serrice being; used. The
young couple . was unattended.
Only relatives and close friends of
the family were present, f
, ALcolor,. scheme of pink .and
; ; white was used throughout 1 the
rooms In the decorating. A beau-1
tifnl floral wedding bell of white
roses huna-abore the improTised
altar. ; Lovely tall baskets of
snapdragons, pink -v and 'J whl,te
, peonies and fern stood " at ether
- side. Many jardenieres and bowls
of roses were used throughout the!
rooms, the dainty baskets of pink
; rosebuds and gypsophila being
p4rticularly attractive. The arch-
' way was made beautiful with bas
kets of Caroline Testout' roses.-
The bride 's. was charmingly
go$ied in, white silk made elab-
,' orately with , lace. Her 5 shower
v bouquet -was of bride's., roses and
maidenhair '. fern; .ShrViire : a
lovely t ull-leagth veil of .embroid
ered chlf f oni; held1 rtf ; ace?,'by . ai
silver hand caqght At . either ..side
by' tlay p ink" rosebuds. . Her only
ornament was a string of .pearls
l TMrs.., Pead, ..who. finished high
school In Salem, Is; 4, graduate of
the Monmouth Normal school with
the class of Z5. - She has been era
ployed recently in the State House
- and In -the state 1 library. ' Mr.
; . Lane is-the only son "of Mr. and
Mrs. , Frank Lane of Independence.
'immediately after t the cere
mony, . a buffet luncheon was
Befved, the, bride cutting the wed-
ding cake.";,'. .' . - .t
" Jillsa Leona Pead and Miss Irene
Lane assisted in the evening. ,
JtfrV and .Mrs. Lane left in a
shower of rice and good wishes
for.-, motor- trip to points north
After May 15 they will be at
home at ."Mr. Lane's prune ranch
Itr- the. Liberty .district. Mrs.
Lane's going-away cost me was of
- gray broadcloth and Canton crepe,
' with, accessories to- harmonize. 1
DtttK Mown guests for the cere
mony included: Mr. - and Mrs.
Frjmk Lane, Misses- Irene .and
Frankle Lane of Monmouth, Mrs.
G ebrge ' ErXeleauhV 'of 'Sac rame to,
Ur nd Mrs.- J. W. Ueat'ti of Mou-
mouth. Miss Vnrty Crant of Dal
. , lafr Mrs. Edgar. Killum lllazel
Dean Long)- of Eugene, and Dr.
f John" J. Griffith of Portland.
WCTU to Meet '
jThe W.' C- T. .U. will meet 1 this
afternoon for the regular meeting
at1?: 30 o'clock In the hall at S.
Commercial and Ferry streets.
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f 'Four rodms and breakfast iibbk Qne half ;$f ;ah acre of good
i Iairatheach House. AJLc three
- houses left out of a unit of'eight.vA Tliese will be ready for oc
1 tUbahcy the end of this week; I We will build another unit of
'.eight as soon as contractor can I get ready. f
I .will be : oii tori these tracts Sunday
V 4. J - v tween 2 and 3 6clock
Music Week to- Reach
Clvtnax in Community - -
Concert Tomorrow Night
' The complete program for the
big community -concert which will
be the leading feature of National
Music , week,-, as - It - is being ob
served' In Salem, has been an
nounced as follows:
Entra nee of May "Queen, I Miss
Myrtle; Jensen, with two Maids of
Honor; Miss Haxel Malmsten and
IIss Jessie Pybus, and court.
' Cherrlan band selection. ; -.
Salem Boyfi Chorus; ir;"Eple;
director, "T1 J M6rii;'.lelble,
"Moonlight tancef White. .
"Public; SchooJ Chorus, Miss
GretchenKraeme'rVdlrec tor, Three
part songs by I p 0 .pupils trbm
Highland, Gratt; Garfield Engle
wood, Richmond. Llncolnland j Yew i
Park- schools. , , "Song of ; the
Brook," Paul Bliss; "Barcarolle'
Half don; "Spring Messenger."
Robert Schumann. ,
- Sacred Heart Academy Orches
tra: "Fantasle de Concert' Hum
mel; "The Shepherd's : Dance,"
Sartorio; v ;
Salem high ; school " selected
chorus of 40 voices. Lena Belle
Tartar, director. "Come to the
Gay Feast of Song," De Reef;
fThfe Hunter's Call Veazie.
n Schubert .Octette with soprano
bbligato' by Marguerite. Flower
O linger. , "The Little GraV Dove,!'
Saar,fc "Wynken,, Blynken and
Nod'cNevin., Miss Minetti Mag
interpretative Dance by 3' pu
plls of Mrs. 'Ralph White. "To
Spring? .. :' ' . '
i MacDowell- Club chorus,' Prof.
W.' fi!Boyer;,: director. "Sprtng-,
time." Dorothy; Watkins ; "Where
Go the Boats' ' Branscombe.
Salem' Civic) Chorus, Prof. E.
W." Hqbson, conductor. "Land
Sighting Grieg? incidental solo,
R. D. Barton.
Harp solos: 'The Dance of the
Gnomes," Van .Veaghton' Rogers ;
Nocturne, Hasselmans, Mary Jean
- Interpretative dances by pupils
of Mrs. R. L. White. "Nature
Studies," Marjory Webb..
' To Spring
"r- Brook-. ' 'i '
- Violin , accompaniment, Mary
Talmadge Headrlek. '
The elaborate activities of the
evening -f have ; been arranged
under the . direction of the Salem
branch of : the state - music teach
ers' association, of which " Miss
Elizabeth Levy Is the president.
Mre: Harry M.J Styles heads the
trtusic eeTv conynittee,f with Mrs,
.Wiilter s Denton ' Miss Margaret
FtBher; and Miss Levy as her as--sistautstX
West Side Circle ' ' '
The -West Side, elf cle1 of the
Jaaon . Lee Aid society wilt meet
at the home of Mrs. J. K. Kaighin,
.1296 N. Commercial street at 2:30
pfclock Friday afternoon.
Proves the quality and ecxmpmy
V ieavemnf f strftn 0
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t . ! w Isal 1:1 I III " I I f J f
aVrTSZ3 YnOS3 Q7 AMY OTCZa COAN2
Beautiful Suburban Homes
Why' pay rent if'youcan uy these fine
homon terms like rent s
: Social Calendar
: Music program at' Blind school
by music- section - of the Salem
ArtsLeague. '. ? 1. 1,
Writers club, Renska Swart,
hostess, at Shop on Court street
Salem War Mothers. Chamber
of Commerce rooms.- 2:30 O'clock
W. C. T. U. Halls.' 2:3 o'clock
V - " i , '' -Wednesday; ' f
Salem Business and Profession
Woman's c)Ub. Chamber; of Com
merce rooms.-7:30 o'clock. Elec
tion of officers. .1; 0 -. . ?
Community concert at Armory
In observance of National ' Music
St. Monica's Altar society. St.
Joseph's HalL 2 o'clock.
Veterans of Foreign Wars' AUx
Ulary. . Mrs: Clifton Madd, 1750
N. Capital street.
Card party at Parish house. St.
Vincent de Paul Altar society. : 8
Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety. - First Methodist church
v Ladies Aid society of Leslie
Methodist church: Mrs: W. - J.
Linfpot, 2100 Nob Hill street.
'! Thnrstlay -
Chapter G .of the P. E. O. sister
hood: Mrs. A. C. Parr, hostess.
Operetta-at Parrish Junior hgh
' W. R. C. Ladies' AW. Fair
Recital. Pupils of Joy Turner
Moses . Court Street Christian
church. Public invited.
West Side Circle of Jason Lee
Aid society.' Mrs. J. K. : Kaighin,
1290 N. Commercial street, hos
tess. .2:30 o'clock. v,
. i. Batarday
Salem Woman's clnb. Club
houee. 2:30 o'clock. . - -
Carnation' sale. ' Salem - War
Mothers. . -
Guest in Albany
Mrs: FT W. Launer is a house
guest this week of her daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs
Barkley Newman, in Albany. ,
Altar Society to Meet
St.' Monica's Altar society win
meet at 2 o'clock on Wednesday
afternoon at St. Joseph's Hall.
Salem Men's Chorus
Gives Premiere' Concert
as Feature of Music Week
Salem f music .lovers were- af
forded a delightful short concert
last night at the Oregon theatre
when the Salem Men's chorus
made its Initial publie appearance
in conjunction with the film,
"Desert Gold," and .arranged as a
specially planned treat for Nation-'
al, Music..; week. , Mr. Martin
Doerfksur, well-known . basso,
opened the program with a , rol
licking solo, "Three, For- Jack;
with Miss Claudia Lewis, a young
pianist of poise and marked- tal
ent, at the piano. Mr. Doerfleur
granted an encore in response to
the eager applause of the and
The sixteen men who make up
the chorus appeared in top form
last night. Dan Langenberg .is
the director of the ; group and in
afternoon be- 4 L
each number ; produced rich har
monic effects.: The Negro spiritual
was particularly well done.
The personnel of the group,
which the audience greeted with
persistent approval, includes:
Harry L. Pearcyj Harry I. Pear
son, Hurl-J. Pearson, C;A. Hul
sey. Ivan H. Corner, Frank Kel
logg, W. H. Gilbert, A. H. Leach,
A- G. Bates, Martin Deorfier, John
Morits, Verndn Tyler, Lester R'.
Evans, Arnold JWenger, Jack I.
Luckner and H. Friesam.
Salem War Mothers
Plan Carnation Sale
Continued plans are being made
by the Salem chapter of American
War Mothers for the annual car
natlon sale which will be spon
sored on Saturday of this week, -the
day before Mother's Day. The
Y. W. C. A. rooms will be used as
headquarters, with the flowers on
sale on the street.
This afternoon at 2:30 the War
Mothers will meet in the Chamber
of Commerce rooms for an important-meeting.
WHMS to Meet .
The Woman's Home Missionary
society of the' First Methodist
church will meet at 2:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon at the
church for the regular monthly
meeting. ' Mrs. C J. Lisle will
bave charge ;Of the' devotions.
During the program hour Dr. S.
B. Laughlln I will speak on
"World Peace;' Mrs. F. B. Fargo
will sing. Thp annual mite box
offering will be received? at this
meeting, with each member "asked J
to bring her box.
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sx7 (i&ir fi M yo ji7yjyj'Tnirii r universal-stove! sue
1E7HEN this sale closes, a remarkable opportunity for women who
"Y want a new range wOl have passed into history The limits of
this sale are definitely established.
The special inducements and offers listed below will not be ex
tended we doubt if they will eyer .again be equalled. Don't delay;
Time-is short Hurry. Gome tomorrow sure. I "
With every Jhiversal range purchased during
this sale, we will include without charge a 14
piece set of genuine Py rex ovenware or a 35
piece set of nice dishes. .You have your choice.
i Whjr. gxtrnble witi air $ldj
i on any new Universal during trjis sale, u:
Learn why- the V-
Ransre is the --x
WRC Ladies'. A id ' . :
.The Ladies' Aid society of the
Woman's Relief Corps will hold
an jail day meeting at i the fair
grounds building on Thursday,
May 6i' There will be some work
to do. It is also expected that the
grounds for the planting of bulbs
and' seeds around the ' building,
will be in readiness. .
Auxiliary to Meet
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
Auxiliary- will meet on Wednes
day afternoon at the r home of
Mrs. Clifton Mudd, 175( N. Cap
ital street. i
Group Motors to Longview
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Paulus,
Professor and Mrs. Morton E.
Peck, Miss Renska Swart, Mrs. C.
A. Kells, and' Mrs. Wm. Fordyce
Fargo made up a party motoring
to Longview, Washington on Sun
day. Orchard Heights Group
Meets at J. P. Smart Home
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smart enter
tamed a group of neighbors in the
Orchard Heights Road community
on Saturday evening at their home
when they were hosts at four ta
bles of five hundred. Baskets and
bowls of roses were used in decor
sting the rooms.
At the close of the evening the
hostess served refreshments, with
Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Grice assist
ing. In the group were Mr.: and Mrs.
Fred Gibson, Mr. and' Mrs. Roy
McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Amen Grice,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bouffleur, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fisher, Mr.
Old Stove Taken
yfomQi 'stove ? Trade Its i n
t i. V i
a a (I M r a. Ed r Som mers, Mr.'-' and
Mrs. Roscoe Clark, , Miss Mabel
Rage, am Chapman, and the hosts
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smart.
Leslie Ladies' Aid
The Ladies' Aid, society of the
Leslie Methodist church will meet
at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday after
noon at the home, of Mrs. W. J.
Linfoot, 2100 Nob Hill street.
C:0O-7:00 LW 41, Portlamd.
I0:0O-12:0O KGW (4S1) Portland.
8:00-l2:0 KPWV. (2t'J). Portland.
Trio, quartet, orjran rt-cital.
9:15-1G:45-KFJR 263. , Portland.
Musie of the Masters.,.
8:00-10:00 K01N 319), Portland.
8:15-9:15 iKFrP (248), Portland. Pro
grant. T1NTEE T AllfMEKT
:00 KMTH fia. liolfywood. 6-7
studio program; 7:4-S:30, commnnity
aing; 8:30-10:30, KMTK concert or
chestra. Iioren Powell, director.
6:00 KOA (322), Denver. Brown string
6:00 KGO (361.2). Oakland. 6-6:55
twilight concert; 8-9, National Music
week, concert orchestra ; Marimba
band; Klori Gough, cellist: Beatrice
Benaderet, aopran; 9:10-10. instru
mental trio; 10-12, dance music.
.6:30 KKX (336.9), Hollywood. 6:30-7
orchestra: 7-7:45, program; 8-9, pro'
rram : 9-10, program, dance orchestra.
6:30 KHJ (405.2) ls Angelen. 6:30
7:30 Weekly visit of Vaeen Titania and'
the Radio Fairies; 8-10, de luxe pro
gram. 6:30 KPO (428.3). San Francisco. 6:30
7, orrt-vstra; 7-7:30, Kndy Seiner's or
chestra; 8-9, "Out of the West," Alli-n
Wilson, tenor; Lucille Dreskrll. so
prano; 9-10, Gypsy and Jlsrta; 10-11,
6:30 KFWB (252), Hollywood. 6:30
7:30, dinner hour; 8-9, program; 9,
The Kittle Ant Man; 9:50-10, Synco
patora; .10-11, frolic, Bitt Hatch or
chestra. 7:00--KOWW (256), Waffa, 'Walla. 7, re-
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35 Piece Set AmericanLirrioges China
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Helped by Lja E. PbldiamV
Ohio. "After hay
ingmy first. baby,
I lost weight, no
matter " what I
did. Then a doc
tor toldrlmef I
would be better
if I had another
baby, -which I
did. But I tot
worse, was al
ways sickly and
went down -to "SS
neighbor told me
about Lydia K.j PInkham's" Vege
table Compound,! as it helped her
very much, so I tried It. After tak
ing four bottles, E weigh 116 pounds.
It-has just done wonders for me
and I can 'do my housework now
without one bit iof trouble." MksV
M Riessisgeb, . 10004 Nelson Ave.;
If some good fairy should appear,
and offer to grant your heart's de
sire, what would jyou choose?
Wealth? It's . transient thins
that brings its own cares.
-Happiness? It's an elusive thins
which we keep by giving away.
Health? Thatfs the best gift.
Health is richesj that gold cannot
buy and surelyj health is cause
enough for happiness. . .
Lydla E". PlnTvham's'; Vegetable
Compound may jbe the good fairy
-who offers you better health.
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ports; 7:30, Littla Journeys; S-10, stu
dio nrosrram. i
T:00 K,IK (384). Seattle. . Children,1;
' lionr and music; 8:30, orchestra.
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CARPENTERS pKIOS. NO. 1065 ,
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KJfIGHTS-OF PTTHIAS. MEETS AT
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Visitor invited.', P. D. ViusQA, C C;
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MB EEST HOUSES AND APART- "
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3 rooms sad sleeping -porch, strictly
modern. ir,r,G s., Winter-St., 30.
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18g N. High St.. 21a25tf
' 'I'JeAtdi . I4nd, . Bhown above la
one of the feature sta.r with
Ceorge, White's ; "Scandals, com
ing to the Hellis Theatre .tonight.
The hnge production : Is magnifi
clentljr , staged ' and carloads of
scenery will reach Salem this af-:
teraoorr for-theshtrvrf It Is said
to rival anything In the stage 1U3
ever troug&t to Salea,
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