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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1926)
. FRIDAY JUDRNING, DECEMBER 10, ,
Many Novelties to Be Intro
duced at Statesman
"I am looking forward to com
In? to Salom," write-Miss Jean
elte Beyer.' who is to conduct a
four day. Statesman-Ilex cooking
school which opens December 14
Jn the Grand theater.
Miss Beyer has just recently re
turned to" Oregon from Boston,
where she has. been attending Miss
Farmer's famous cooking school.
She wilj come to Salem with four
.brand new programs which are so
full of instructions for good things
.'to eat that " Salem families are
'.looking forward in anticipation of
the weeks following, the cooking
school, when "mother" can try her
.The first . day's program, the
school starts on Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock, will have to
do with the making of cakes and
French pastries. True puff .paste
-"wfU'be transformed by Miss Beyer
Into ' patty ' cases, cream horns.
apple" boats and a large -variety
of French pastries. jShe promises
to make a-flaky pie crust in only
a short time, and to make those
little spongy things called lady
fingers, f and perhaps "best ever"
doughnuts and an -orange eake or
pound take1. She writes that she
ha.nt fully decided about all these
things. bnt will let her audience
choose what they will have. On
Wednesday the program will be
the making of sal -Ms and salad
Thursday's prograni on Sunday
night supper and luncheon dishes.
includes macaroni mousse and a
vegetable souffle and several sand
wiches which are 'full meals in
, themselves. Then there are Irish
bread and "pigs in blankets'
which -mysteries Miss Beyer re
fuses id solve. 'She says there
will be a real dessert on this pro
gram, and names It "red hot ap
Whether it be for Just the fam
ily or company,' Miss Beyer will
; give suggestions and recipes for
"dinners' for all occasions' on Fri
day, the last day of the cooking
Kcbool. She ' writes casually of
fsuch things as ; French rusks,
plunked steak, aid aays she is
going to lell how a dinner should
he planned and served.
Miss Beyer expects to arrive in
Sairm early next week and will
theft take. personal charge of in-
Hlallirtg the-model kitchen in the
Grand theater.. The equipment is
all to be furnished by Salem mer
chants and will afford women at
tending the school an opportunity
to -see demonstrated all the latest
wrinkles of a modern kitchen.
i Advertising club at Its weekly
"American people like to be
fooled,"; hej continued. "This is
the cause of successful sales of
worthless stock." ' . :
A general discussion of adrer-
. tising. especially the so-called do
nation and 'program advertising,
followed the speech. A campaign
against sending printing out of the
city was also discussed.
Gabriel Powder & Supply Co..
lumber, building materials, paints.
iud varnishes, roofing paper. Get
prices here and make a big sav
ing. Office. 175 S. Com'l. ()
Slate surface roofini annlled
over your old shingles. "We have
over 200 Job in Salem. Nelson
Bros., plumoers. sheet metal
work, 355 Chemeketa. ()
Cherrian Annual Dance
Tonight Best of Season
"The biggest and best public
dance of the season" is what Phil
A. Eiker, chairman of the dance
committee, says of tonighVs an
nual Cherrian dance to be given
in the Crystal Gardens. The dance
Is free to the whole city at the
price of $1 per couple.
The floor committee of 10 men.
headed by P. E. Fullerton. will see
that there are no "wallflowers."
Everyone will be made; to dance
all the dances. The decorations
will be nnusually handsome, ac
cording to the King Bing of the
Between 200 and 300 couples
are expected. The Cherrians will
all appear, in uniform.
SHOW 605 AT FIT
Larger Number This Year
Attributed to Transfers
Have your favorite negative en
larged at Patton's Book Store .by
Melgaard, the, artist. Kodak fin
ishing in all its branches. Quality
work only. ()
D. H. MosTier, Merchant Tailor.
Is : turning out the nobbiest and
best fitting , tailor made suits -to
measure. J. 00 business and pro
fessional men buy of Mosher. ( )
Capitol Theater Offers
Exceptional vaudeville, head
lined by Tom Almond and Gray
Sisters, is on the . boards today
at Bligh's Capitol theater, mati
nee and evening. The Mystery
Club . is the name of the feature
picture, said to be one of the
most jntriguing and thrilling of
King and Murphy, "The Pinch
Hitters," offer a satire on base
ball. Arlene Francois imperson
ates well known female stars in
"character impressions," Howard
and Hill give comedy talks in ''A
Sure Cure for tne Blues." Mae
Stevens and company give a nov
elty juggling act.
The headline event is filled with
colorful costumes and startling
At Shipley's tii ladies of Salem
hare satisfied themselves that they
can rtt the finest fall and win
ter irocks, coats and dresses ever
b ho wd In this city. ()
The Commercial Book Store has
everything yon need in books and
stationery and supplies for the
chool. office or home at the low
est possible prices. ()
Roller skating at the Dream
land Rink. Tuesday. Friday and
'Saturday front' 7:S0 to 10:90 pN
to. .Ladies admitted free. Gen
tlemen 10c. Skating 25c. ()
Oregon Fraternities "
Send Delegates East
EUGENE, Ore., Dec. 9. (AP)
-Four delegates from the Uni
versity of Oregon to the world's
student Christian Federation Con
ference to be held in Milwaukee,
Wis., Dee. 28 to January 1, will
leave Spokane, Wash., on a spe- j
rial train with other northwest
delegates on Christmas day. it was
announced at the university today.
.The local delegates are Joseph
Holaday of Pendleton, William
Schulze of Eugene, Pauline Ste
wart of Dayville, and Christine
Holt of Portland.
It is expected that there will be 1
3,000 delegates in attendance and'
prattlcally every college and uni
versity in the country will be rep-,
R. H. Martin Addresses
Local Advertising Club
"To "be a successful advertising
wrRer one must have a thorough!
understanding of the consumer
his nature, his motives, his loves.
his appetites, and his desires." ac--ording
to .R. H.1 Martin of the
Martin Advertising service of this
city in a speech before the Salem
' LANG'S -
Hand Dipped in Light
and Dark v
5 Lb. Boxes
Regular $3.00 er box
or 1 5-Lb. Box $1.50
We reserve the right to '
;. . ' Only at
135-North Commercial St.
The PnshfgtorB :
GO PRICES! '
Second Day Qf
Damon's Annual i
Ah! Mel -By the Shades
of Caramel." We must
raise more money to do;
this. 1 We are marking,
down the prices regard-
less of cost or profit.
Look at these prices, and '
we're only at the quarter .
mile post :
Leslie's i Salt
3 pkgs for
Sale' price 1 C
2 for .......
Mountain Honey, clear- ?
ance sale price QC
30c size pure Lemon ex
tract, i on-
Sale price . MJ-
Liberty Bell Syrup, clear
ance sale 61 -1 C
Xo. lO tarn rt -J
Dickinson Grape 'Juice,
Liquid Veneer, 60c size,
(floor and turmture poi
ish) 60c size
Snider's Chili Sauce large
sale ... 25c
Norwegian Sardines, 15c,
on sale .lUCj
Now is the jtime to lay In at
month's supplies. Watch
the dally papers.
899' N.. Commercial St.
4- . we heuver
Clearance Sale of
; -.Groceries , , ,
The first posture check for the
school year has just been com
pleted by Grace. S. Walgamott and
submitted to the school authori
ties. The report shows that there
are more students in need of pos
ture training now than in June,
but this is attributed partially V
be the result of new students fust
coming to Salem schools for- the
rfrst time this fall. "
Four posture tests were given
last year, the first being at a time
corresponding with the present
month and . the others following
ia February, April and June. The
first test showed 27 per cent of
the pupils in the fir6t six lower
grades in need of training. At
the June test it was found that
only 7.3 per cent needed atten
The test this fall shows 30.2 per
cent need posture correction, total j
of 665 boys and girls, of which j
there is a very slight majority, of i
boys with defects. j
Of the 219 S pupils in these
grades, 10S1 are girls and 1117
are boys. 27G are beginners iivthe
first primary class and 404 of tbt
entire six grades are new here,
being transfers and beginners.
- II. L. Stiff Furniture' Co., lead
ers in complete home furnishings,
priced to make- you the owner.
The store that studies your every
need and ia ready to meet, it, ab
solutely.' . , ()
Two New Buildings" Neces
sary at Monmouth. Pro-,
fessor Says inTaik ,
Reasons .why the Oregon Nor
mal school al Monmouth needs
more money for two new buUdiags
were Bet forth by Thomas H. Gen
tle of the normal school., faeulty
in an address before the Marion
Polk county realty board at its
noon luncheon in the Marion hotel
The Bchool is overcrowded bad
ly, with nearly 1000 sttjdents, he
said, so it wants money for a new
ciassroom building and a new
women's gymnasium. Overcrowd
ing is so bad that girls must stand
to read reference books in the li
brary. Mr. Gentle stated.
Nearly 50 per cent of the school
children in Oregon are being re
tarded in their work, Mr. Gentle
said in discussing the state's edu
cational program. A school can
rise little above the level of its
teachers, and all Oregon's best
teachers are drawn to California,
Washington and other states by
more attractive salaries.
Walter H. Zosei. automobile
tires, tubes and . accessories. Vul
canizing that holds. High quality,
superior service. A trial makes a
customer. I9g S. Com'l. ()
Mr., and Mrs. Rauck have re
turned home. They have been
away for 'several weeks.
The Red- Hill Birthday club met
Friday-evening at .the Sunnyside
home of Mr. and Mrs. Heckart. A
very enjoyable part of the evening
was the giving of Christmas pres
ents. Helen, McMillan visited her sis
ter, who lives near Eugene, last
A number of school children
went o Salem Monday to see San
ta Clans. ,
Elsinore Theater Has
Dou&Ie Bill Today
Marie Prevost and Monte Blue
are co-starred in "Other Women's
Husbands," the Warner picture
which is at the Elsinore theater
today only with five acts of Associ
ation vaudeville. .
The story concerns a man who
coveted his friend's wife, intro
ducedt the husband to a jgay play
mate of his, and set about disrupt
ing a happy household.. The wife
jjsas resentful of her husband's
i neglect, the husband was making
up for the wild oats he had never
sown, and the friend was adding
another divorce case to his suc
cessful legal career when things
began to happen not according to
schedule, and took an unexpected
and entertaining turn.
Tickets for the Minstrel Show to be held
December 14, 1926
AT THE GRAND THEATRE
Are on sale at
Shermanlay & Co.
130 South High Street New Bligh Building
211 N. COM'L. ST.
211 N. COM'LST.
COOLEY & PEARSON
GUARANTEED QUALITY FOODSTUFFS
Anticipating your needs we have purchased a bountiful';
quantity of holiday supplies along with our regular sup-
ply of foodstuffs. In our Xmas. display you will find r
nuts, candies, fruits, etc., of good quality and reasonable
prices. Always special prices to schools and churches
look over our display.
ORANGES Best quality,
new navels, medium size,
extra large, per dozen
39c 49c 69c
APPLES fancy large pack
per box 50 C
49 lb. bag Ceretana Flour
49 lb. bag Oak QO
hard wheat Fiour'vJl f O
No. 10 bag
CANDIES AND FRUITS
In fancy boxes for mailing.
Bulk candies for home use.
Chocolates, creams or hard
candies. Starlight pure
sugar hard Candy in quan
per lbl .1...,.
3 lbs. mixed nuts
2 lbs. Brazil nuts
2 lbs. large Walnuts ft
2; lbs. Walnuts
medium size u......
No. 10 bag Eastern
Corn Meal .;.i..
by brick;- per lb.
No. 5 box True Bake
sist on True Bake
they are better)
2 pkgs. Crown
G lbs. Martha Wash
ington Beans ....
4 lbs. pure vegetable IIQ
2 Gold Dust
2 lbs. best quality QQ
Peanut Butter uV.C
6 lbs. fancy
Case solid pack
2i size solid pack AO
Tomatoes, 3 for :"OC
per can . .
13 lbs. Onions
FREE DELIVERY OVER ENTIRE CITY
Salem Heights and West Salem
Phones 1371 or 1372
Well Nnown Resident of Sa4
' lem'Was 80 Years Old-
v-r and Civil: War:Vetrr i
Robert R. 'Ryan, 80, Civil war
veteran and oid time .Salem resi?
dent, died at the veterans' ' hos
pital" in' Portland late Wednesday
night, according to -word received
here yesterday. Mr. t Ryan ba,d
been Ln the hospital foe 10 days
following two operation from the
effects of which death is said to
Burial will be Saturday morn
ing at the IOOF cemetery, vrith
Revl Fred C. Taylor. of the First
Methodist church .officiating.' Pre
liminary services will-, be at the
Terwiliger Funeral- home at
, Mr. Ryan served in the 61st
Illinois infantry during the Civil
war and came to Salem in 1891.
He was a member of the Grange.
GAR, and of the First Methodist
church. He was the man who
erected the building now used by
the Marion county Grange as a
public market. He was the author
of the veterans' pension bill to be
introduced into the next session
Mr. Ryan is survived by his
widow, Clara Ayers Ryan, whom
he married last September. His
first wife died in 1322. Otn.
survivors include a sister, Mrs.
Belle Stroud, and two sons, John
M. and William A. Ryan, both of
versrty of Ore'gonwIIF'seriddete-
gates to national ronvouiona. dur
ing i ho CbUstpts . holidays, it was
announced today.' led Laraen,
Kucfcoe will. represent the local
tiaple r t Pi 1 5 Del ia" -tTheta v at
Montreal Canada;' Hartld'Brum
(&&J PortUnaWwiir go to the mt
tiwiali jneetingv f Alphas Tau.
I Omega -.ia Tampan , Florida; iaad
mrnra n rv Portland will cr:tO
PBoton -inr attend the meet lug of
Sigma, Alpha:I2tfsiion.'j' , V
Parkr -& Co?-444- S. Commer
rialk Doa'tfailttu ee Parket
bsmt reeIrlpjj 'i'ourfa-r.iKxprt
mechanics i: at ?yoar service. .-.All
work guaranteed. C)
. . ,'. ' - V
Constantinople has dedicated a
new widows borne;, tba first in
stitution of its-kind in Turkey.
Oregon University Sends
Four Delegates to Meet
'EUGENE, Ore.. Dec. 9.- ( AP)
Three fraternities at the Uni-
a What havyou seen M
m:' Inirip$ gone byn , '
To Brother eve: h
A Wonderful Assort
. ment at
3Sc to $1.50
QUALITY MENS' WEAK
Tb a tor with the fountain.
ftEXtTT XICT,XSE ISSUED' v
Folio w!ff a hearing aeld at
Eugene yesterday W. A. Mullen,
dem tj -state real -est ate comro is
siooer, ordered that a; real estate
license be issued ' to the Oregon
Land Settlement company there.
The Issuance ot.thelicense was
protested by a number of Engo-ne
realtors. ; ' .
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V Bedroom Suites
. Dining Room Suites
iDesks and Secretaries
Hall and Mantel Clocks
Tables and Mirrors
Unlimited Small Articles
From Our Gift
OF ALL KINDS
340 Court Street
AN O'COAT SELLliS :
For the Man Who Wants Value!
Men have been coming from miles away to attend this special purcharcct sale.
Only a few days left in which to buy such quality coats at reduced prices: Be heVe
today and save. j ' ' ' ' ' ' . v
Regular $20 and $25 men's and young
men's tan, blue, grey, plaid and plain
color overcoats. - Single and double
breasted styles, guaranteed all wool
fabrics. Every coat a new coat, never
shown in Salem before. Sale
Sizes 34 to 46
Regular $35 and $40, beautiful pat
ternsin plaids and plain colors. Every
coat the latest style every fabric the
newest design for men or young men,
single and double breasted styles.
Don't miss seeing these. .
Sizes 34 ,to 16
In addition to these two lots we have reduced the prices upon all of our heavy winter - ?
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