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Syl via Woods Ch ooses
i October Thirty As Date of
Wedding to Leib L. Riggs
"The James Godfrey home at 405
North Liberty street was the scene
of a delightfully Intimate gather
ing on Monday evening when Miss
Sylvia Woods invited a group ol
clone friends to be her guests in
order to share with thenvthe plans
she is making for her approaching
wedding to Leib L. Riggs of Port
land.! .Since. Miss Woods Isfleav-
ing Salem the first of the month,
the affair was istensibjy a fare
Two hundred invitations will b'?
Issued for the wedding which will
lie solemnized in a beautiful and
formal manner at the First Chris
tian church , in Corvallis at 8
o'clock Saturday evening. Octo
The date of tho wedding was di
vulged by means of cross-word
puzzle favors the hidden solu
tion being the hostess secret. The
Godfrey home was beautiful with
sheaves of autumn leaves and the
most beautiful', of garden flowers.
Adding to the intimacy, of the
evening, the guests were incited
to seat themselves around the din
ing roon table, gorgeously cen
tered with zinnias, asters and
Michaelmas daisies, and illumin
ated with orange candles in crys
5 The group invited ,for the eve
ning included- Mrs. Walter I.
Woods and Miss Olive Patricia
Woods of CorvalHs, the bride
elect's mother and sister, Miss
Louise Williamson. Miss Irene
Boje, Miss Betty Hummell, Miss
Helen Smith, Mlsa Sarah Lansing,
Miss Heleh Ifockey, MrB. .Mary
Yockey, Mi?s Sudie Matthis, Mrs.
Janet Waller, Mrs. John K. Bro
pjiy. Miss Helen Fjcker, Miss Jo
sephine Shade, Mrs. James God
frey, Miss Emma .Godfrey, Mrs. J
Marry Witlett, Mrs. W. H- Byrd,
M iss Ellen McGregor. Mrs. II arry
Pt-arcy. Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Mfes
Mary Fisher. Miss Rosalia Kebex
i-ud the hostess,-Miss Sylvia
Woods. . ' - ; '
Miss Woods is the oldest daugh
ter of Prof, .and Mrs. Walter I.
Woods of Corvallis.' She is a grad--ate
of Oregon Agricultural col
lege school 'of pharmacy with the
cjass oM22. fMr, Riggs Is the
only son of . Mrs. -MargaefitB, Riggs
of Portland and the , late , Rev.
Barton .Riggs, iwho was a former
pastor of the' -First Christian
church. The groom-to-be is also
a graduate of Oregon Agricultu-
f: g .' '.; c " T"' ' '' '
tal college school of
with the class of 1922.
Miss Woods Is, a member' of the
Beta Kappa sorority, which will
be installed In the near future as
a chapter of the Kappa Delta na
tional sorority. Mr. Riggs, is a Tan
Delta. . , ' ,
After November IS Mr. Riggs.
a pharmacist, wilt take his bride
to Clatskanis .where the young
couple, will, make their ho.me.
Coming as the first in a full
calendar of attractive 'affairs al
teady planned jtor, MtssS Woods
honor, and one which- came 'practi
cally coincident with the an
nouncement: of her wedding date,
is the exceedingly charming show
er at which Miss Helen Smith was
hostess at her' home in the Mc
Alplne apartments. Lovely cnt
flowers filled the rooms where-.a
hamper of gjfts, worthy of the
wedding day.jltself. awaited the
lioror guest, each gift appropriate
ly wrapped in tissue and tied with
ribbon., , v' .
Those in the group for i he ini
tial shower were Miss Helen Fick
er. Miss ,Mary Fisher, Miss Rosa
lia Kebex. Miss Josephine. Shade,
Misa:'Sudie; Matthis. Mrs. II.
Byrd, Miss Lillian Cornell, Miss
Helen Yodcey Miss . Lonise Wil
liamson, U tb. Arthur Wttscm: bln.
James Godfrey, Miss Emma God
frey, the honor gueat. Miss Sylvia
Woods', and the hostess. Miss
Helen Smith. .
Tomorrow evening Mrs. H. H.
Willett will entertain tat dinner
complimenting Miss Woods!
One of theJargest of promised
affairs is 'the tea In Corvallis at
which Miss Woods' mother, Mrs.
Walter I. .Woods, will be hostess.
On October 21 an alumnae shower
will be given; with Miss Woods
attain the inspiration..
Still other affairs of eqnal in
terest will be given in both Cor
vallis and Salem during, the com
ing mc-nth. v
Entertained at Hain Home
Mrs. George Hain and Mrs. Roy
Marchand were hostesses A o mem
bers of the Dorcas club- Thursday
afternoon at the Kain home".," Miss
Thresa Vogl of Salew-ister: f
Mrs. John Kerscher!f and, Mrs.
Quality painting. Doth Tarnish
and laqner work. In our modern
equipped -paint shtp. TOaahing.
greasing and. night service; tire
repairs. 'Wood's Auto Service Co.
Doughton & Sherwln, - Hard
ware. 236 N. Com!. St. Hardware,
Builders'Supplies, jFalnts, Varn
ishes. Give as a. call, youTl tin
our price reasonable. ()
Shop Early Tomorrow
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Aalem'a - LeadinjC - DepaHment Store
. -J. .. s . ; 'if;
Hazel Glines of Illinois, daughters
of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fnestman,
were additional guests.
sThe afternoon was spent doing
faftcy Work. Mrs. Cas Nichols
played several selections on the
piano. Mrs. Jim LanderbAck was
admitted as a new member. Late
In the afternoon a luncheon was
served to Mrs Cass Nichols, Mrs.
Harry Boles, Mrs. Jim i.auder
iack, Mrs. Arnold Sprangor, Mrs.
A. H. Fuestmpn. Mrs. Hazel
Climes. Mrs. John Kerscher, Miss
Thresa VogL Mrs. John Hain,
airs. !.. Jitter and the two hos
tesses. Mrs. George Hain and Mr
Chapter AD of the PEO
Holds Meeting at Smith Home
- Chapter AB of the PEO Sister
hood met on Monday evening at
the W. D. Smith home as. guests
of Mrs. Smith and of Miss Grace
Elisabeth Smith. Autumn flowers
were arranged attractively about
the rooms where the guests as
sembled. After the business ses
sion Miss L. May Rauch took
charge of the program. Miss Lena
Belle Tartar and Mrs. Harry M.
Styles pleased the group with
their delightful solos.
At the close of the program the
hostesses served dainty refresh
ments, assisted by Mrs. Ray
Members in" the group Included
Miss Lena Belle Tartar, Miss L.
flay Rauch. Mrs. W. E. Kirk. Mrs.
H.yJS. Barrett. Mrs. Affa Hanna,
Miss Grace Osburne, Miss Doro
thea Steiisloff, Mrs. Harry M.
Styles, Dr. Mary C. .Rowland, Mrs.
A. M. Reeves. Mrs. E. C. Rlchardb.
Mrs. Ray L. Smith and the hos
tesses, Mrs. W. D. Smith and Miss
Grace Elisabeth Smith." '
Return From Tillamook
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dann re
turned home yesterday from a
four-day trip to Tillamook where
they were guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Edwards.
Helen Tooze Is Pledged
to-Sigma Beta Phi
Miss Helen L. Tooze. oldest
ciaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J.
Tooze. who entered the University
of Oregon last week as a junior,
has the distinction of being the
only Salem girl pledged thus far
to a sorority. Miss Tooze has
been pledged to Sigma Beta Phi.
Mrs. H. P. Stlth, millinery.
Most beautiful hata in Salem; all
shapes and colors; full stock from
which to make fine selections.
Beat quality. 333 State St. ()
Nash Furniture Co. takes the
lead with low prices on chairs,
rockers, tables, wood .and steel
beds, springs, mattresses. Saves
you 25. 219 N. Com'l. ()
II.M (. in.lir't HllMIII 'nW.I .'ltaMWiai.lMMlllll(l..l'l.lmi"MlMJIMI. M.BWIlMM.lll IMI.II'II
Sinr Sfgma Beta PhJ pledged only
fVH girls.Miss Tciozs partUu-t
larly. honored. ' ' ' "
Former KHUwiettc .U
Girl. Is Pledged
SalenV friends of Miss Kathryn
Kirk , of Oregon City who ;' spent
two years at Willamette university
where she was both an Adelante
and a Delta Phi. will be intercKted
to know that she has been pledjtefi
to the Kappa Kappa Gamma sor
ority on the University of Or &nn
Miss Jaskoski in Hospital
Mlss Josephine Jaskoski." young
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Jaskcski. .has a host of
friends who will be happy to know
that she is convalescing nicely
from an operation for acute ap
pendicitis performed a week ago
Sunday. Miss Jaskoski. who is
now at the Salem hospital, plans
to return to her home at the end
of the week.
Mrs. Jaskoski s friends are
tarry to learn of the fall that
broke and fractured bones in. her
wVtet the Saturday preceding her
daughter's operation. Mrs. Jas
koski will not be able to use her
wrist for a period of six weeks.
Dorothea Sibley to Marry
Warren Day October .15
The many Salem friends of Miss
Dorothea Sibley and Warren Hath
away Day, both graduates of Wil
lamette university, will be inter
ested to know that their marriage
will be an event of Friday, Octo
ler 15. in Tigard. The ceremony
will be performed at 8 o'clock in
the evening in the First Methodist
Visitor a in Portland
Mrs. Thomas B. Kay and Mrs.
Charles H. Robertson motorett to
Portland on Monday to spend the
Mrs. Hauser to
Leave Hospital Today
Mrs. Herbert H. Hauser ami ner
new son. Wayne uicnara, pian io
return home from the hospital to
day. Alberts Leave for
Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph ii. Ainert
left yesterday morning on the
ShaFta for Los Angeles, Cal., to
attend the National Bankers' asso
ciation. After . leaving Ios An
geles they will spend some time
in both San Francisco and San
Diego. In Redlands they plan to
visit relatives of Mr. Albert. They
plan to be away until after the
middle of October.
Guest From Ilandon
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill D. Ohling
will have as their house Ruest next
week her Fister. Mrs. Herbert
Schilling of Bandon.
Guests Over the Week-End
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rob
ertson entertained as their sjuef-ts
ever the week-end Mr. and Mrs.
Charles O. Robertson and Charles
G. Jr.. of Portland. Little Charles
Jr. was six weelis old on Satur
Cross Meat Market. Biggest,
busiest and best in Salem. Choic
est steaks, bacon, hams, sausage,
lard, eggs, milk. Absolutely sani
tary. 370 State St. ()
The Dixie Bakery leads on high
jlass breads, nies. cookies and
fancy baked supplies of every kind
Best by test. Ask old customers.
439 Court St. ()
NEWARK PLAY HELD VILE
"RED BLINDS" ORDERED DIS
CONTINUED BY POLICE
, NEWARK. N. J.. Sept. 28.
(AP). William J. Brennan, di
rector of public safety, today an
nounced that he bad ordered the
management of the Broad Street
theatre to discontinue . presenta
tion of "Red Blinds," a London
play which had its American pre
miere here last night.
Brennan said the play was so
actatttelxnw, aaktsd Hh Bl Wf
Ribbon " In V ,
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YHITE HOUSE GROUNDS AT WA
j TOU QUEEN, ;TOM SHEA, HZ
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R UcUEAN. AriO. PADDY 'CRO!
C. F; Breithaupt Places High
Gets First "
The.' f!6ral display at tho fair
this year, is much better than any
of previons years,' In the opinion
of the judges who were especially
pleased jw'ith the artistic arrange
ment bf r t he cut . flowers. Smith's
Florati. Shop of . Portland was
awarded first prize for the best
display; of cut flowers, and C. F.
Breithaupt. Salem florist, wa
awarded second prize.
Mr! Breithaupt has a wonderful
display of cut flowers that have
been;' attracting unusual attention
at the fair this weelc. The dis
play is very decorative and shows
Judging was practically com
pleted yesterday except on a few
varieties of dahlias which will be
A list of various floral compan
ies and awards they received fol
Mountain View Floral company
of Gresham, first for the best col
lection of outdoor grown roses.
first for the best displ of hardy
plants and evergreens; Wiede
mann Bros.. Wilsonville. first for
the best collection of carnations;
Clackamas Greenhouse, Clacka
mas, second for collection of
greenhouse grown ferns; O. E.
Panzer, Portland, third for col
lection of greenhouse plants; F.
M. Young, Portland, first for the
best collection of greenhouse
plants, second for collection of cut
flowers, first for the best collection
of greenhouse roses and first for
the best basket of roses; J. W.
Maruny, Salem, second for display
of hardy plants.
Breithaupt, Florist, Salem, first
for the best basket of gladiolus.
first for the best basket of chry
santhemums, second for floral
basket; Smith Floral Shop. Port
land, first for best collection cut
flowers, third for collection green
house grown roses, second for
basket of roses, second for basket
of chrysanthemums, first for the
best floral basket; Ralph J. Roon-
y, Portland, second for basket of
gladiolus, third for five varieties
of gladiolus and third for collec
tion of gladiolus; Arthur C. Per-
l in. , Portland. eeond for five
Varieties of gladiolus, second for
collection of gladiolus, third for
l.asket of gladiolus; Niklas and
Son. Portland, third for basket of
roses, third for basket of chrysan
themums, hird for floral basket.
Wilson. Crout & Gehr, Port
land, first for the best collection
greenhouse -grown ferns; Mrs.1
George Orites, Newberg. second
for decorative varieties of dahlias;
Gill Bros., Portland, first for the
best decorative varieties of dahl
ias; Newell-Mattson. Portland,
second for collection of carna
tions; Simmer Bros., Medford,
second for greenhouse grown
The judges were A. B. Cherry,
Portland, S. H. Forshaw, Pen
dleton, and P. F. Rosaia of Se
attle. Acclimated ornamental nursery
stock, evergreens, rose bushes,
fruit and shade trees at Pearcy
Bros, in season. We have our own
nurseries. 178 S. Com'l. ()
The Commercial Book Store has
everything you need in books and
stationery and supplies for the
school, office or, home at the low
eat possible prices. ()
"vile and obscene" that even the
audience rose and hissed. Police
would be on hand to carry out his
orders tonight, he added.
Robert Lawrence, police censor,
said that, the issue was forced by
Lee Shubert, producer. Last night
he refused to change a line of the
play, butf today, after receipt of
the letterv accordmg to Lawrence,
he offered to delete what Law
rence described as "blasphemy
Portland Pacific Coast Biscuit
r .company beine recapitalized for
I big business extension.
I At the Theaters ToOm? i
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, The ElsInoreClara Bow. .Ern
est Torrencelierp.y...Marmont in
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OreRoitrr Antonio Moreno, Patsy
Ruth Miller in "Her Husband
Secret", from the Saturday'1 Eve
htng Post story "Judgment."':
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- MiKh-'-The Man in the Sad-
dlt" .starring Hoot Gibson, . .. v
CAUSE OF KH
Stanley Cieslack of Stay ton
Tells- Officials of Ride
.After Party ;
Speed of about SO miles an hour
caused the accident Saturday
morning that resulted to serious
injuries to Dorothy McKinnon and
Stanley Cieslack of Stayton. ac
cording to a story given by Cies-
laek yesterday to Marion county
officials. He said there was noth
ing that resembled hazing at the
party that preceded the accident.
According to young Cieslack's
story, the stunts at the party were
all of an innocent nature, and he
was enjoying them, when the Mc
Kinnon girl invited him to ride in
the car with herself, another girl
and two other boys.
The party drove a distance into
the country, he stated, and the
boys talked some of making him
and the McKinnon girl walk home
but did not do so. Finally they
turned around and started home.
proceeding at a high speed.
Young Cieslack was about to
warn the driver he was going too
fast, he said, when the curve sud
denly appeared a short distance
ahead, too close to permit the car
to make the turn at the speed it
The car ran off the curve and
struck the telephone pole, he
said, hitting it with the right fen
der. A distance of six inches to
the right would have made the car
mfas the pole, he believed.
No blame for the accident at
taches to Stayton school officials,
it was stated by V. A. Scode. Stay-
ton attorney. Principal White of
the hjgh school was present at thf
party-until a tew minutes foeiore
its close, and there were several
teachers present after he left.
The Midget Meat Market never
fails to give you the finest meats
and fish. There is but one place
in Salem to get the finest fish. The
Midget Market has it for you. ()
C. F. Breithaupt, florist and
decorator, 123 N. Liberty. Phone
380. Flowers, bulbs, floral de
signs for all occasions. Pioneer
and leader in Salem. ()
Cobbs & Mitchell Co., lumber
and building materials for every
purpose. Get estimates, look at
quality of material, then you will
order. 349 S. 12th St. ()
i .jtfsSi " Clara Bow -
aJ vl Ernest Tbrrerice V K ' '
TN, all, the. world of fic-TT " I " I V ' J
' l'tion, there is no more V y . -; i - '5-?- . .
brilliant or popular au- cnL I V 1 k U.
'- - tnor i nan sixnuijaiu 1.3 f a v I i x :
B LEWIS. "Main Street." I h 1 1 '
- ' "Babbit." "Arrowsmith" , " VQ 1 V 'xVi" '"-V-
and now "MANTRAP",! ' y 1 J 'ff ' r " """ '
Vts l IvK fSL A DRAMA of the North , .. :,4
I dl I l A l s and a girl who vamps wise j
L 1 Pj k yj r . and foolish alike and then; ' - i
3Kfc!S t 1 I a A r hurls them at each other's - r
&Tlm' 1 I N V iPil&K! throats: Unforgettable! ; ;
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SEATTLE. Sept. 2 S.
Milk supplied to the KingiCfmnty
jail, juvenile detention home and
hosnital is "unfit for human coni
sumption.' Chris It. Frascb, sani'
Now- it ' ;
PATSY RUTH MILLER
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Saturday Evening PtSst Story
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m il k Inspector, "declared "f i od i
a report laldjieforetbe. hoard of
county commissioners. The; milk
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cipoes from .Ihe; county stockade.
The inspectors said. the milk con- '
tained bacteria. Commissioner .
Gaines asserted n testsjwlll .he
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