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WEDNESDAY MORNING, 'JUNE :23, 192ft
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Salem Society News1
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Invitations Issued for
. Wedding of Miss Vandevort
Invitations for the wedding of
.'Miss Jennelle Frances VandeTOrt.
only daughterof Mr. and Mrs. H.
II. VandeTOrt. to Mr. George Kel
" say MooreheaU are being received
this week by a large circle of
friends. Miss' Vandevort has
chosen Tharsday afternoon, July
16. as her wedding date, making
Iter marriage coincident with the
birthday anntTersary of her fath
er. The ceremony will take place
at 4:20 o'clock at the First Meth
odist church, with, a reception at
the Woman's club following.
Miss Vandevort Is a graduate of
hour light refreshments were
Berred to the following guests:
Miss Christine Shaffer, Miss Laura
Crow. Miss Aleta York, Miss Mil
dred Cross and Miss Nettie Hutch
ins; Messrs. ; Robert ; Hutcbins,
John Shaffer, Arthur Andreson,
Raymond Cross, T Jake TKltsk! "am
Mr. Lennan. ' '-
Dinnerparty at Albany
On Tuesday , evening Mr. David
Mason of Albany entertained at a
delightful . dinner party in his
home. Salem guests. Included Miss
Miss Nancy Thielsen, Miss Doro
thy Livesley. Miss Mildred Rob
erts and Mr. Henry Thielsen.
; Social Calendar.
Willamette university with the Silver Bell Circle No. 13 .
class of 1925, as Is Mr. Moore- a large number of the members
bead. Both , during her under- nf silver Bell elrcle No. 43,'Neigh-,
graduate days and in the season Dorg 0f woodcraft, and' Salem
since, she has been outstandingly camp No. 11 8y Woodmen Tot the
active in YWCA and Girl Reserve world, spent a very enjoyable eve-
work. She has Just completed a nig at Woodlawn park 'Friday
suceessful year of Girl Reserve evening, June 18.; After a delicious
work In Yakima, Wash., and only gapper the party Indulged In all
this week was re-named a member sorts of sports, such as speech
of the college YWCA, board for making, foot racing, swimming
the northwest.' Miss Vandevort is ana community singing. Wood-,
now Jn attendance at the YWCA land, park is situated a few miles
conference at Seabeck. - north of Salem on the banks of
' w is- t j the river, at a place formerly
Summer Wedding Planned known M sponfi Landing. 'It
- One of the prettiest weddings was purchased about a year ago
of late summer will be the mar- by n association consisting, of
riage pi ,jms oiauy, &ui7 . "flniembers Of SIem.camp No118.
xaacieay io jar. Aaaia : nursca.
Miss Emery is well known in Sa
lem's ' younger . circles and is
graduate 1 of Sacred Heart acad-etmy-.
; The wedding will be sOl-r
era nixed in the suburban home of
Mis .Emery's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Emery.
Miss Bragg Goes
to Honmoutk' f i - T . '
Miss .Edith Bragg, daughter of
Mr. anT Mrs?, ! E. E.' .Bragg, left
Monday evening for " the Mon
mouth .normal school where' she
Las 'accepted a position as assist
ant librarian for the- 12 . weeks
summer term. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W, pnrhnm Frietctiie Tent
OtUBWU Ul . Gemini, ,,aou., I -l-l.-
companied by their small daugh
ter Patricia Ann, and son Charles
Allan, 'will arrive the latter part
of the week to make an extended
visit withers. Schawb's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Nye.
Class Megts for Last Time
A delightful luncheon was serv
ed in the garden of the John B.
Frie'tchie tent. Daughters of Vet
erans, will be held at 8 o'clock
this evening at the armory.
Woman8 Alliance to ''-'J.
Picnic at Monmouth
Mrs. J. H. Ackerman of Mon
mouth has Invited the members
of the Woman's alliance of the
Ulrich home Sunday evening when I First Unitarian church of Salem
io pe ner guests; on rriuay. June
?5. Those intending to are
the Bible sindy class of the young
people of Leslie church gathered
for their last meeting.
The class 'has been meeting
every Sunday. evening for the past
six weeks under the capable lead
ership . of Mr. L. M. McShane, A
thorough study of the book of
John was engaged In by all who at
tended, the : membership of the
class numbering IS.
Robert Hutchins Honored
at Birthdav Party
: 'A charming. party was given at i
th Hutchins home last evening
when Miss Nettle Hutchas ttr-
. tained m . honor ol -her krother,
Robert's 1 6th, bfrl!iday,fM; '
-,'CvealBg vaa ' pent .with
music ,and dan cfng ' an d t a late
nry O- IilHer, 184 S. Coml
' , whera taps! people prefer t
th?r auto parts for all make
' ' .rs. Trade there and makt
on all auto parts.; ()
Picture time is here. For your
films and kodaks, and kodak sup
plies ' see .Nelson & Hunt, Drug
gists, corner Court and Liberty
street.- Telephone 7. f ,' f
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Ulrich & Roberta, rew 'tors, lzi
N. Com'l St, know.tt -rty vai
ues and make for"- . -Stable
investments. WUi boii . and
. . ."Flag tournament." '. 1 1 1 1 h e e
country club. "
j Woman's Home Tkliwlonary so
ciety. Annual ' meeting. . First
Methodist church.-, ; 1
' Barbara Freltchie Tent, Daugh-
ters of Veterans. Armory. Eight
o'clock. , .
-Five pupils of. Beatrice Sheltoo.
in musicale at First Congregation
al church, 8:15 o'clock.
Pupils of Joy Turner Moses Iq
public recital.-First Congressional
church. Advanced pupils, assisted
by an advanced pupil of Carol S.
Woman's Home Missionary' so
ciety. nnua meeting. First;
Methodist' church. ' ' ' ' ' '. : ;
Advanced pupils of Professor
T. S. Roberts In recital. Residence
studio. 605 N. Summer streeU .
Meeting of. practical nurses.
Mrs. J. Llnbaugh, 396 North 23rd
Junior and intermediate pupils
of Joy Turner Moses. First Con4
gregational church. 8:15 o'clock;
woman s Home JVtlsslonary soci
ety. Annual meeting. First Meth-
Junior .pupils of Professor, T. 8,
Roberts in recital and Dunning
demonstration. 505 N. Summer
Woman's Alliance of First Uni4
tarian church. Guests, of Mrs. J.
H. Ackerman at Monmouth. Meet
at 10 a. m. at chrch.
Pupils of Mrs. WR. Bush and
Miss Marjory Walker, la piano and,
vocal recital. Leslie M. EL church.
as,ked to meet at .the church at 10
clock ' Frlu,ay ; morning, where,
motors will await them. Those
desiring to go later may take toe
bus at ll'.lG o'clock. 'A picrilu
luncheon will be served at noon.
with the regular meeting follow
Recital on Saturday
at Leslie Church
Mrs. Walter R. Bash and Miss
Marjorie Walker of Portland will
present their pupils in a vocal and
pianojrecital on Saturday evening,
June Z6, at Leslie M. E. churcb
All interested are cordially Juvit
ed to attend. The young tsianla
who will participate are Iiolaa
and Nellie Gray, Ralph Varley
John .Krause, Johtt-VajfOrt-Jal.
Dorothy and Margaret-Vhrfher,
Bernice Schaefer, Gwendolyn Hert
rog, Alice Sppek, Cwendolyn Hunt,
Carol in o. iujrt;' Flavia . Downs,
rreddy Herttog, Betty Martin
Harry I Brownlee, Katherlne Earl,
Ruth -De Moude, Esther ; wood.
Rachel Peroberton, William and
Jack Hush," Doris McCaHlstor.' Ar-i
lie Dorance. Jean Lun ford, Char
lotte Martin and Lois Birdwell,
The - assisting vocalists will" be
,Vili Brun8tr.?m. Aubrey Furry of
Eairene, and Marjorie Walker of
Portland. ; -
Widens Expect Guest
Mrs,' George H. Alden and . her
mother, Mrs. Arietta M. Page, are
enticipating the visit of Mrs.
Page's sister. Miss Anna Harrison
of Muskegon, Mich., who Is ex
pected.; to arrive in Salem ; this,
week. ' ' . '
House Guests at ,
Mr. and Mrs. P.. L- Blaekerby
are entertaining; as their house
guests at their v home ; on South
Tweltth street. Rev. and Mrs. Li,
S. Fisher of 'South Bend, Ind.
Rev. Mr. Fisher, , who is an uncle
of M"- Blaekerby, was formerly
Salem pastor. The Fishers plan
to spend the week here.
; Mr. and Mrs. Breyman Boise are
receiving many felicitations upon
the birth of a son, Evan. Breyman;
on Monday, Juaa- 21, The little
lad is the second child.
Spends Day in Portland
. Miss Ruth E, Ross was a visitor
iii Portland yesterday. . The lat-r
ter part iOt .the week Miss Ross
will leave for Marshfleld to be in
attendance at the Older GirU con
ference. . , ;- y '
Judge and Mrs. Bean
Are; Portland Visitors ,
Judge and Mrs. Hawley J. Bean
spent three days last week in
Portland as the guests of their
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs,
II. J. Larson. The week before the
families enjoyed a trip to New
W. R. C. Ladies'
i On eroi!ti it the department
meet!"? t' week in Marshfleld,
the 1 .,' aiJt society of the Wo-B:-3
..:l.f corps will hot meet
ca Ihur&day at the fair grounds,
Louies' Aid Postponed
ffTbe ladies aid society of the
First Methodist church will not
meet today on account of the an
pual meeting of . the Woman's
Home Missionary society, but will
meet one week from today, June
? Ti 'C: r ! t al . Motors. Oldsmo
bf!? r?x coach, and sedan are sur-
rps 3? .3 beauties; finer perform-
ar.ee, lower prices. Look them
CTer,.. Biddy Bishop. )
v Walter H. Zosei, automobile
tires, .tubes and accessories. Vul
canizing that holds. High quality,
superior service. A trial makes a
customer. IS 8 S. Com'l. ()
ty bt. Amtoa ':tored, and bought
8"i fTlCara , washed day and
Low prices and service will
lake long friends. ()
Capital City- Cooperative Cream
ery. Milk, Cream, buttermilk. The
Buttercup butter has no equal.
Gold standard of perfection. 137
S. Coml. Phone 299, )
White House Restaurant, 362
State St., where hundreds of peo
ple prefer to eat. All you want to
eat for less than you can eat at
home, quality and service. )
Halik ft Eoff Electric Shop,' 337
Court str Tcverythinr-electric,
from motors and fixtures and sup
plies to wiring. - oet 'prices and
look at complete stock. i ( )
The Man's Shop saves you a ten
dollar bill on every quality suit.
Shirts, hats, ties, collars. High
grade clothing, perfect fitting,
long wearing, r .41 6 State. : ' ' ( )
The Dixie Bakery leads on high
class breads, pies, cookies and
fancy baked supplies of every kind
Best by test. Ask old customers.
439 Court St. ()
The Midget Meat Market never
falls to give you the finest meats
and fish. There Is but one place
io Salem to get the finest fish. The
Midget Market has it for you. ()
;. 'v- -v- . ; !'.:-"
i reduced roundtrip fares
now in effect? good until ,
October 31. Stopover
privileges permit visits
along the route. .
Pour well-equipped trains
daily, including the speedy
"Shasta over the scenic
, Shasta Route. From Cali
fornia, three famous routes
to the East. , ,
Go one way, return an
: other if you wish. Ask about
the new"CircleTourof the
-United States' greatest
summer travel bargain.
For Surf and Sand
For the strenuous swimmer, there
are practical suits of wool jersey in one :
and two-piece styles, many colors and ,
many styles. Sure one will find just .
the right suit in our large stocks.
. Silk Suits Are Gay;
For those who linger on
the sands, there fare silk
and wool suits, 'less severe
in style, and often' printed
with brilliant flowers or
figures. The -suit ..here
shown is one of the late
models that we are featur
ing. . ;
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Bathing suits of all sizes.
I Linis .)
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; O. IS. iarllngt Aicent, Salem,
1 or A. A. Bilckel, 1. 1 & P. A.
-184 Liberty Street .
KrodyV suits up from ?14S
Visits in Portland
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Airf., w, n. ,urgnarat - spent
last week in Portland as tbe house '
guestof SfTsI Charles P. Swigert.
Guest jot Hickman Home -
Dr," and Mrs. HJ. C. Hickman had
as . their house . guest the latter
part bt last' week Mrs. Fred Drake
of Portland, a -friend of the fam-
Practical Nurses to Meet
Mrs. Li. Ldnbaogh will enter
tain the practical nurses on Thurs
day afternoon-in her home, 396
Nf ? 3rd street.
Dr.s and Mrs. Mark S. Skiff en
tertained as their house . guests
over , the week-end their son and
daughter, ' Dr. and Mrs. Mark S.
Skiff Jri, of Portland. On Sun
day Dr. and Mrs Skiff Sr., cele
brated their 3 5th wedding" anni
versary and Dr. Skiff .Jr. his birth
day, with a dinner at the Green
Gate tea room at The Spa, which
Mrs. Skiff has the distinction of
Mrs. Hug Is Guest
Mrs. George W. Hug spent Mon
day, in Portland as the guest of
ber" aunts, the Misses Anne and
May Shogren. Bobby, who ac
companied Mrs. Hug, will remain
as ; the guest of the Misses Sho
gren, accompanying them to their
summer home at Ocean Park for
Miss Shelton Announces
An attractive program is prom
ised for 'this evening when Miss
Beatrice Shelton will present in a
distinctive musicale Mary Cupper,
Lena Medler, Genevieve Sundin,
Gail McClean and Robert Alexan
der, at the First Congregational
church at 8:15 o'clock. As
sistants will be Eleanor Moore, so
prano; . Mary Jean Porter, harp.
and a quartet consisting of Mary
Talmadge Headrick, violin: Mar
tha Swart Rowley, organ; Julius
D. Beebe. cello; and Clarence Wen-
The program will be as follows:
Mostkowski, Danses Espagnoles
No. 4; Moszkowski, Bolero No. 3
Geneva, Sundin, Gail McClean.
' Kreisler, Tambourin Chinois;
Haberbler, Seherzando Fragment,
4 HasseJmans, Aeolian Harp; Nic
oietta, Caprice, Mary Jean Porter.
j Mowery, Serenade; Lanegia, Co-
quetuela Mazurka Solon), Gall
Liszt, Ldebestraume, quartet.
Mendelssohn, Rondo Capricel
oso, Mary Cupper. ,
Geni3h-Jones. The Meadow
lark ; Carew, Love's Merchant,
Eleanor Moore ' , .
MacFayden, Valse ' .Brillante;
Lively, A Chinese Episode (with
in the Walls of China). Robert
Chaminade, Pas Des Cymbales,
Mary Cupper,. Lena Medler.
Sibelius. -.Romance, quartet.
Salem Visitors '
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clifford, who
spent the week-end in CorvaUis,
stopped over in Salem on. Monday
for a visit with Salem friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford are now
making their home in Portland.
Executive Board to " '
Meet at Gray Belle
. The executive board of the. Woman's-
Home .Missionary society
which convenes in Salem today,
tomorrow and Friday for the
three-day . annual meeting, will
meet at 5:30 o'clock this evening
for a banquet at the Gray Belle.
The women of the local societies
will entertain the out of town
The sessions for the convention
are being held in the First Metho
dist church. Today's program fol
lows: Afternoon Executive board
Banquet to members of execu
Evening Mrs. J. A. Rice pre
siding., Devotional servioe.
:Pip"e organ and piano duet, Mal
colm .Medler and Kenneth McCer-mlcfe.
An eventfas enjoyable as it was
entirely informal was the picnic
of last ' evening af the Illahee
country club at which Mrs. Karl
Becke ..arid tMrs. .Bert" Ford f were
hostesses: honoring.1; thfeiri house
guests, Mrsi Robert Newton (Mil
dred Gill) of Sacramento and Miss
Helen Rose. of Astoria.
Both Mrs. Newton land .Miss
Rose ar former Salem girls. The
many friends of Miss Rose wiU be
particularly .Interested to know
that she plans to spend the com
ing year abroad; having "-' made
plans for sailing on August 21.
In the group for the picnic last
night' were Mr. and Mr. Asel
Eoff, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Quisen
berry, Mr. and Mrs. William Goss-
Gobbs & Mitchell Co., ' lumber
nd building materials for every
purpose. . Get estimates, look at
quality of material, then you will
order. 349 S. 12th St. )
J Buster Brown Shoe Store. High
ass, stylish looking, comfort giv
lig, long wering shoes for the
l4ast money. Go and be convinc
ed. -126 North Coml St. ()
; O. J. Hull Auto Top and Paint
Co. Ratlator, fender and body re
pairing. Artistic painting adds
100 to the appearance fo your
auto. 267 South Commercial. ()
; "The Reason Why," Queen Es
ther Gnls of First church.
"The Ceremonial," Queen Es
ther Girls of Leslie.
Vocal solo,. Adeline Smith.
Report of Junior secretary.
Report of Youcg People's sec
Eleanor Moore to
Assist on Recital Program
Miss Eleanor Moore of Turner,
who will sing at the recital given
by Beatrice Shelton at the First
Congregational church this eve
ning is receiving much favorable
criticism from musicians for her
exquisite quality of tone and un
usual range. At the Pacific uni
versity contest, a well known mu
sician; and vocal teacher said it
was one of the most beautiful
promising voices he has heard in
The Commercial Book Store has
everything- yon need in books and
stationery and supplies for the
school, office or home, at the low
est possible prices. -
F. W. Pettyjohn. Co.. 365 N.
Coml., Hudson-Essex quality cars
price reduction effective June 9th,
1926. Buy your new car now. ()
Woods Auto Top Co., DuOders
of the most elegant and durable
.utomobile tops ln Salem. Repair
ing of all kinds. Curtains with
lass enclosares.Get our prices. ()
Telephone .165 Capital City
Laundry.. The laundry of pure
materials. J We give special at
tention to all home laundry work.
Telephone and we will call. ()
Darby's Drug Store, where qua
Ity service and low: prices meet.
Everything in the drug line, noth
ing wanting In high class service.
Court at Liberty St. )
er, Miss Dorothy Patterson,' Dr.
Dolph-Craig, -Gene GUI, Wallace
Carson; the honor - guests, : Mrs.
Robert Newtonl and Miss; Helen
Rose, and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Becke and Mrs. and Mrs.
Bert Ford. " V :
Tyler's Drug Store, where in?,
creasing numbers prefer to trade.
A Tarled stock: lis kept complete
and np to date. Your needs Mr.
Tyler's concern. 1 5 7 S. Com'L St.
v: The Sqnare Deal Harowafe Co.,
230 N. Com'LT Most elegant and
practical lines of mechanics' tools.
uUders" hardware, cutlery, etc Go.
there and save.tbe dlffreence. ,Vfrj,
-' Max O. Buren, furniture, car'
pets; everything for. ; the home.
Most beautiful ' Axmlnster rugs.
Beautiful line of pictures for your
home. 179 N. Com'L. , , I),
The Peerless Bakery,, 170 N.
Com'l. Sanitary, np to date.
Prompt delivery; Bakers for those
who appreciate. the best. Increas
ing patrons tell the tale. ' ()
: 5 k icZf
40 inch flat crepe de chine in a good line of colors
$2J25 and $2.50 values, a good; heavy quality that
can be recommended for dresses. Smooth, soft,
40 inch all silk printed crepes, striking designs
and colorings. The quality will appeal to you.
36 inch Bagdad silk-in an unusually attractive line
of colors, a fashionable silk for summer dresses.
466 State Stf
Portland Silk Store
862 Alder St.
Ml . 1 ' . ...
M This popular Jfom
installed upon payment .of $16.65
-Big juicy rcasts -with all their,' I.
flavor and juiciness retained
. delicate, crispy pies . .
'. delectable casserole dishes . t
all cooked for you to an expert
chef's standard without"
your1 supervisipn,.'on this. Hot- ...
point Rane! '-.- y -
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This particular' range can be
'placed, if desired, under a win
;dow without' preventing, the
. light.from finding its way into.
. the kitchen. - i . V - :
It has the oversized baking and
v broiling oven which will accom ,
modate large roasts, fowls and
and without addejt --
cost daring, this spe
cmZ otter ;
tfela S-t. f-ot. Mokla eni.
rtmat that oooka raaaf . va-.
taalaa. caraala. ata., at a aavlas. '
- or tfcla S-plaea alamtnuni at.1
tin cavarad pans a ad ahllla"
vHk ,whUa kandlaa. , v
combinations The white por- V
celain. enamel splasbera make
..itas easy to 'keep clean as a.T
china plate. Note, too,- the '
white,, reversible switches and
' the convenience outlet. s-" '
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Until June 30th only . . , onr
entire line of Hotpoint Ranges ;
offered for your selection on &
down. payment of '10 . ..
'balance 5 mc. :3f. "J.lini- .
; mum down payrr cats '10 and
; monthly installments; f .-.
May we show ycj
venient ranges J
them priced as I t:
v Portland Electric Power Gdmp
Phcno 85: .v 237; North 1
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