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THE OREGON -STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
r WEDNESDAY MORNING,7 JUNE 16," 1926 "V '
By AUDRED BUNCH Phone 10$
Mrs. Carson Is Honored
With Surprise Birthday Party
" An exceedingly delightful affair
' of yesterday afternoon u-as the
birthday surprise honoring Mrs.
John A. Carson which a group of
14 members of the Salem chapter
of the American War Mothers
planned for her pleasure.
The feature of the afternoon
was the presentation to Mrs.- Car-
Parker & Co., 444 S. Coml.
Don't fail to see Parker about re
pairing your car. Expert me
chanics at your service. All work
eon of the beautiful past presi
dent's badge, a gift from the
group. Mrs. Carson, the first pres
ident of the Salem chapter, in fact
the first "War Mother president in
all Oregon, surfed continuously as
head of the group from the time
of its organization to the recent
election when Mrs. Mark 8. Skiff
was elected. Many outstanding
accomplishments are recorded ti
mark Mrs. Carson's splcnde'd ad-
Hare you tried Better Yet Bread
Sure you'll like it. It-makes your
children healthy and sturdy. Ask
your grocer. ( )
ministration, the most notable of
all being the erection of the mos
umeitf, "Over ; the Top." Mrs
Skiff made the, speech of presen
tation yesterday afternoon, while
Mrs. Carson accepted the badge
of honor in a gracious way.
In the group for the '.afternoon
were Mrs. John A. Carson, the
honor guest, Mrs. Frank Humph
reys, Mrs. Mark E. . Skiff. Mrs.
George Allen, Mrs. R- J. Hen
dricks. Mrs. C. M. Lockwood, Mrs
Joseph BernardI, Mrs. Jennie; M.
Crossan, Mrs. Martin, ' Mrti. f Wil-
liam-McGilchrist, Dr. llrs,' Jennie
Vincent, Mrs. Minnie Baker, Mrs
Frank Toothacre and ; Mrs.' "WV P.
Fowle. - ; -
Buckners Leave on V
Mr. and Mrs. W..F. Buckner and
daughter. Miss Ruth Buckner; wPl
lervre today for a continental trip.
After, visiting in Washington, D.
Proper Methods of Displaying the American Flag
3. When displayed with another flag,
against a well from crossed staffs, the
Flag of the U. S. A. should be on the right,
the. Flag's own right, and its staff should
be In front of the staff of the other flag.
A. When a number of flags of States or
cities or pennants of societies are grouped
and displayed from staffs with the Flag of
the U. S. A., the latter should be at the
center or at the highest point of the group.
Every Home Should Display
, the American Flag
To Display On
INDEPENDENCE DAY, July Fourth
Every Reader of the Oregon Statesman
Can Have a Flag
Description of Flag
This flag is 3x5 feet and is made of specially selected cotton bunting, has
sewed stripes (not printed) and fast colors. The yarns used are tight,
strong, yet they are sufficiently light to permit the flag to float beautifully
fn the breeze.
How to Get Your Flag
Clip three flag coupons (which will be published daily) from
.this paper and hand in or mail to The Statesman office, together
with 98c and take home your flag or have it mailed to yourself
or a friend.-
Three of these coupons and 98c when presented at or
mailed to the Statesman office, 21 5, South Commercial
St., Salem' Oregon, entitles you to a. beautiful American
Flag, size 5x3 feet as advertised.
NOTE-If flag is to be msiled add 10r additional for cost of mailing and
- , flag.rill be sent postpaid to the address givenr.
Loyftl MBerean class. Mr. and
Mrs. - Bn - Hawkins, 9 S3 Nor ttt
22nd street, hosts. ,
Barbara Prletchle Sewing club.
Mrs. CM. Lock wood. 21 IT South
1 2th street, hostess.
Marion eounty : Pomona granse.
County meeting at.Macleay.
- Ladies Day. Illahee country
club, 9 o'clock. "While elephant"
Artisans' danee,- Crystal Gard
ens. Exhibition by Zouare pa'roi
Missionary program Fist hris-
tian church. -
C, Philadelphia and New York-
city, they will sail on the French
liner, je. Savoye, for Europe.. An
interesting itinerary includes visits
in England. ' France, Italy and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Fugate of
Aberdeen. Idaho, arrived a few
days ago to visit at the home of
Mrs. A. T. Woolpert and Mrs.
Frank Voight, sisters of Mrs. Fu
gate. Mr. Fugate Jert lor Ms
home yesterday by way of San
Francisco and Salt Lake Citv.
while Mrs. Fugate will remain for
a month's visit.
Annual Violin Recital
Announced for June 30
The annual recital of the violin
department of the music conserva
tory of Willamette university, un
der the direction of William Wal
lace Graham, well known vljlin
instructor, will take place at Wal
ler Hall on Wednesday evening.
June 30. Mr. Graham s ability as
a producer of artistic pupils is too
well known to need comment, and
his student recitals are always of
a distinctive character.
Invitations are being issued for
the event which the interested
public is invited to attend.
Observance of National Flag day
was the keynote to club activity
Monday. Both Multnomah and
.Willamette chapters of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
held flag day picnics.
Multnomah chapter met at Pe
ninsula park with about 80 mem
bers present. An interesting ;axt
the ceremony was the burning
of the old flag, which waa set afire
by Mrs. Seymour Jones of Salemi
former state regent, and Mrs. John
A. Keating 3f San Francisco, also
past regent of Oregon and at
present national vice chairman of
Americanization work being done
at Angel Island in San Francisco
harbor. Mrs. Keating will be in
Portland two weeks. She will be,
entertained at luncheon at thei
Lniver&ity club by Multnomaii
Chemeketa chapter of Salem
gave the program, with Mrs. C C.
Clarke, its regent, in charge. Mrs.
Jones read a paper on "Milestones
of th3 Flag." Musical numbers al
so were given. Mrs. O. J. Goffin,
regent of Multnomah chapter, pre-,
sided during the short business.
meeting preceding the program.
Mrs. James G. Walker Jr., gave
the invitation from Columbia so
ciety. Children of the Revolution,
to atiend the unveiling of the tab
let marking the site of the first
Portland public school in the court
yard of the Portland hotel, Thurs
day at 2:30 p. m. Members of
the board of. Multnomah ; chapter
were hostesses.? :
' Willamette chapter of Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
met with Mrs. Warren Swart and
Mrs. Robert L. Newcomb at Jen
nings Lodge, with about 100 wo
men present. The flag-burning
ceremony was carried dut. Miss
Anne Lang, vice president general
for Oregon, gave a report on the
national convention at Washing
ton, D. C. New officers were- in
stalled. Oregon Journal.
An exhibition by the Zouare
patrol or Portland will be a spe
cial feature at the intermission at
the Artisans dance on Thursday
evening at the Crystal Gardens.
There are iwrty four such teams Li
the United States, and the Port
land patrol has the distinction of
being the only one on the coast.
Guests at St. Helens Home
Mrs. Irene St. Helens entertain
ed aa her house guests over Sun
day Mr. and Mrs. C. L. St. Helens
and daughters, Dorothy and Wini
fred, and Mrs. S. Fuimer, all of
Pembertons Are Guests
Rev, and Mrs. II. F. Pemberton
of Ashland are the house guests
this week of Mr. nd Mrs. E. A.
Rhoten, having come to Salem for
the Willamette . university com
mencement exercises of Monday.
They plan to be guests at the Rho
ten home till late in the week.
W. H. M. S. to Convene j
The 40th annual meeting of the
woman 8 Home .Missionary soci
ety of the Methodist Episcopal
church of the- Oregon conference
vrill convene in Salem at the First
Methodist church on June 22-24
2J. Mrs. W. O. Shepard, wife of
Bishop Shepard, will preside. Tht;
full program for the three-day con
ference will be announced latei.
West Central Circle
Will Hold Picnic Today
Members of the West Cent.al
circle of the First Methodist
church, and their families, will
meet for a picnic this afternoon
at Graber's grove. Automobiles
will meet the street car at ' the
Jefforson road at 3:30 o'clock to
carry the picnickers to the grove.
A potluck dinner will be hc.d at
6: SO o'clock. Each is requested
to bring her own silver and dishes
A A ...
u At onipieyi ine utaies or Salem
-ave satisfied themselves that thev
can get the finest spring and sum
mer frocks, coast and dresses ever
shown in this city.
Africa to Speak
Miss Hattie Mitchell, mission
ary from Africa, who is support
ed by the First Christian church
of Salem, will be at the church to
morrow evening. A special pro
gram is being prepared for the
evening, including Miss Mitchell s
address. A social hour will be
Returns From Europe
Miss Eleanor Aiken returned to
Portland Saturday after a year's
absence in Europe, where she was
a student at the Sorbonne in Peris
She has returned to her home in
Ladies' Day at
Illahee Country Club
A "white elephant" tournament
will be featured today at the Illa
hee golf club when a group of
prominent Salem sports wo tea
meet for "ladies' day" on the local
links. Mrs. Gus Hlxon is captain
of the ladies' team.
The pairings in the competition
Hartman Bros. Jewelry Btore,
Watches, clocks, rings, pins, dia
monds, charms, cut glass, silver
ware Standard goods. State at
Liberty St. ()
ROSTEIN & GREENBAU1
' STANDARD DRY GOODS
- - - - .... j . s i -i - ii
DAISY. BLEACHED MUSLIN
A ood quality, soft finish
Yard only 15c
Regular $1.95 to-?2.45
NEW VOILES PLAIN COLORS
NEW DRESS GINGHAMS
Striped with big checks to match the
:. .. newecStylish and Pretty -
H 36 Inch
Best Cotton Batt on the'Market
Fine white wool finish'Aicevahd'fhiffor fci f g
2 lbs., full size 7290. vjPriee.,....-L;., &.$JUl2f
u wuiarcn s nats, values up to $J.UU
I Very Special S1.69 ,
Children's Hats, values to $1.75. Priced at$1.19
Big Assortment - -;
LADIES' DRESS HATS
1 Big Assortment;
Lowest Pricei .
Reduced Prices on All Millineryl if
, Bring your Millinery,,Troubles to us. Expert Milliners
; ready to advise with you; XTr -
246 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
for low medal score will be as fol
lows: Mrs. J. H. Farrar and Mrs.
H. H, Grady, Mrs. Brcel Kay and
Mnk Gvs Hixon Mrs.' O. C. Lbcfce
and Mrs. II. H. plinger, Mrs. E. j.
Baker and Mrs. E. N. Gillingham,
Mrs. Herbert Roome and Mrs. Don
ald Young. Mrs, Paul J. Hendricks
and.' Mrs.. Ernest Thom, Mrs. L. C.
Farmer and Mrs. Brazier Small
Mrs. Daryl Proctor and Mrs. A F,
Hurley, Mrs. J.H. Garnjobst fid
Mrs. Clifford Farmer, 'Mrs. Carl
Webb and Mis. Walter Kirk.
Saiem Teachers Go South
Miss Ethel McGilchrist and Miss
Frances Hrubetx left last week for
southern California where they
will spend the summer.
Mrs Hair grove Is Guest
Miss Cornelia Marvin - Is enter
tainlng as her house guest her sis
ter, Mrs. J. W. HairgroTe of Jack
sonville. 111. -Mrs. Fritz Slade
motored to Portland to meet Mrs
Visitor From Vancouver,4
B. C, Is Hoyiored
Mrs. William Kiltz, daughter of
Mrs. S. W. Thompson, who is al
ways a mu.ch feted visitor when
she .leaves her home in Vancouver,
B. C, for a visit in Salem, was the
inspiration for a recent attractive
ten at which-Mrs. Louis Lachmund
was the hostess. Sweet peas in a
myriad hues centered the tea ta
ble where yellow tapers glowed in
Mrs. S. W. Thompson presided
at the urn3. Assisting in the serv
ing were Mrs. V., H. Lytle and
Mis Louise Thompson.
Invited for the occasion were
Mrs. Kiltz, Mrs. Frank Spears,
Mrs. W. Connell Dyer, Mrs. J. J
Roberts, Mrs. William Walton,
Mrs. William H. Burghardt Jr
Mrs. George E. Dorcas, Mrs. Allan
Carson, Mrs. Clifford Brown, Mrs.
Fran Andreae, Mrs. James Linn,
Miss Pauline Gabriel of Tampa,
Florida, Mrs. Dan J. Fry Jr., Mrs
Harry M. Hawkins, Mrs'. L. D
Westacott, Mrs. W. H. Lytle, Mrs
Asahel Bush, Mrs. Fritz Slade,
Mrs. Clarence Keene of -Silverton,
Mrs. Keith Powell and Mrs. Cecil
Espy of Woodburn, Mrs. Henry
Meyers, Mrs. T. A. Livesley, Mrs
John H. Carson, Mrs. C. D. Ga-
brielson, Mrs. R. E. Downing, Mrs
Ada Strong, Mrs. Lenta Westa
cott, Mrs. C. P. Bishop and Mrs.
Guests at Farmer Home
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford F. Farmer
entertained as their guests early
jthis week Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Clark
and son, Loring, of Fresno, Cal.,
who are en route to Yakima, Wn.
Mrs. Clark was formerly Gaynelle
Miss Eyre Returns Home
Miss Rorena Eyre, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Eyre, ar
rived in Salem over the week-end
to spend the summer vacation wit
her parents. Miss Eyre has just
completed her freshman year at
the University of Oregon.
W. H. M. S. Elects Officers
The Woman's Home Missionary
society of the First Methodist
church have named the following
officers for the year 1926-27: Mrs
G. H. Alden, president; Mrs. B. F.
Crowther, vice president; Mrs. W.
E. Kirl-, recording secretary; Mrs.
E. C. Hickman, corresponding sec
retary; Mrs. A. E. Hale, supply
secretary; Mrs. E. E. Gilbert evan
gelism; Mrs. Eva Le bold, mite box
secretary, and Miss Naomi' Taylo
Queen Esther leader.
Dr. and Mrs. Doney Are
Hosts at President's Reception
An exceedingly attractive event.
preliminary to the graduation ex
ercises at Willamette university
for June, 1926, was the annual
president's reception -at which Dr.
and MrB. Carl Gregg Doney were
hosts at Lausanne Hall. -
The drawing rooms and dining
room were tran6iorinea witn an
f lnolnff nnt Mfl.fR RaTa. Onfi lot
1.95 and one lot 2.95. Child
ren s straws at Dig reaucuon.
Coolest straws in tows. Salem
Variety Store, 152 N. Com'l. ()
array of pink poppies and be!" a
donna delphinium". - -
; la the - receiving line were Dr.
and Mrs. Doney, Dr. and Mrs. L.
K Steef es. Dean and Mrs. F. M.
Erickson, and Miss Frances M.
Richards. -Mrs.. George H. , Alden
Introduced the guests to the h ats.
while Mrs. Alice H. Dodd gr jvted
the guests at the end f the line.
, Mrs. -jvE. Kirk and Mrs.' E C.
Richards .'were in" charge of ; the
dining ifoomA-' Mrs.--M. C: Findley,
Mrs.R. j. Hendricks, Mrs. T. F.
Kay and Mrs. A. K. Moores cut th
ices., j ' '. ' v
A group of attractive maids
from th0 junior class served. Five
h-ndred.; guests were ce.'C'I dur
ing the evening.
Woman's- Union to Meet
The Woman's union of the First
Congregational " church wilj 1 meet
at 2 : 3 0 J o'clock Friday afternoon
at the hefme of Mrs. M. Nand MIbb
Oda Chapman at 722 N.-Church
street. I The afternoon will be
spent sewing for the Marlon coun
ty child health demonstration.
As a jBurprise to her friends
came thej announcement of the en
gagement of Miss Helen E. Berg
to Sherwpod' Jack Auraan. A
small group of ntimate friend3
passed an informal evening at the
home of Miss Marian Zinzer in
Salem Heights.. The secret was
divulged! by tiny place cards used
at the refreshment hour. The
date of the wedding has not been
set. The invited guests were the
Misses Lillian Pailey, -Helen Idle
man, Lita Waters, Mildred Spong,
Mizpah jPalmerton, the honor
guest, Helen Berg, and the hop-
tess, Marian Zinzer.
HOD CARRIERS AND BCILDIXU
bortr Local So. 441. meets
p. m. CU 179 for men.
CAPITAL, rrPOfiEAPIlICAI TXlox
No. j 210 President, O.. P. Erms; f)!C.
retary, M. D, Pilkento. Meet ;.
ond Satnrdmy, 3 :00 p. m.
CARPENTER8' tTXIOX NO. 106:.
Meets Tburs. eTeninir. Arthur Taol.r,
president; Wo. Pettit, secret srv'
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CULUXARY ALLIANCE MEETS FIRST
ad. taird zTiomy, 4S7vourt. Hazel
SALEM UXIOK LABEli LEAGtK
Meets t Labor II U n eall o t-.
dent. F. W. Sears; secretary, lix
443. Salem. Or
The Dixie Bakery leads on high
class breads, pies, cookies and
fancy baked supplies of every kin4
Best by test. Ask old customers.
459 Court St, ()
When you think of cards then
think of Pattons Book Store. Any
style of Greeting Card will be
found there, and exclusive too. )
FRXTEDXAt, ORDER OP EABLES.
every weoaesaay, rTaternity nail.
M. WUlett, 8oc. TfcL 889-R.
KS1GHTS OP PYTHIAS MEETS "
Fraternal Hall eTery Tuesday evenine
Visitors inrited. ' F. D. Vinson, C. c
Walter Lenon. K. of R. R.
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