The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 08, 1927, Page 9, Image 9

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TUESDAY StORNiNCJi FEBIltAEY -8, il)27 1 $d
ri t, r Tra vklers to h u rope . -
i. which promises to be un-
?;feiiy deiigntiai is that at which
T. Iteubett P. Boise will be hos
tess this afternoon at "her borne
on Cbnft . street honoring Mrs.
Frank Snelecttr' and lira, William
Brown, who will leave soon lor
Europe.- , : . , . .
M rs. Snedecor, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben p. Boise, wilt
leave on Saturday . morning by
motor for trie south, lar. atfd Mrs:
Boise, -who plab to be away - f St
three Greeks, will accompany' "Sirs.
Snedecor as far as Phoenix, , Ariz.
Mrs. Brown will join her compan
ion in Phoenix, the two going
thence to Birmingham Alabama,
Washington, D. C.; krid New "York!.
In New York Mrs. R. T. Prael and
Mrs. W. H. Eldridge of Portland
w'ill meet the Salem travelers who
will pail on the Olympic on or near
March 24. they plan a four
months' tour of interesting for
eign countries.. .
' For the tea this afternoon Mrs.
Bfaise has decorated her home with
dafcfodils, acacia and pussy .wil
lows, with tall green tapers in sil
ver holders arranged on the tea
. J Johanna Jones and Eugene
Boise will open the door for the
.'in the living rooms Mrs. Brey
man Boise, Mrs. Clifford Brown
and Mrs. B. O. Schucking will as
sist the hostess.. j
1 "During the ;ilrst hour Mrs.R.
R.' Jones and Mfs. J. H. kauter
man will preside at' the tea' fable, j
From four until five, Mrs. Henry
W: Meyers and Miss Margaret Cos-1
per will preside. t. ",11
. A group of the JrdUhger inaids;
including Miss Margaret Stplz,
Miss Charlotte 'Lieber and Miss
Rdvena Eyre, will assist In the
dining room. r r ,
One hundred 'find, tweity-five
cards have 'been Is'sufed for the af
ternoon. Rhinbow Girls Ar$ Honored
With Ahniv&'sary 'jDinner
on Saturday Night
VCovers were ' placed for 125
guesfs- at the .exceedingly enjoy
able dinner on Saturday itfgiit "at
hich Chadwick chapter of the
stern Star entertained for the
UBh&rs of the.tocal Rainbow As-mbb-
for girls. The affair was
a telebratlon of the fif at knnYver
sary of the organization in Sa
lem. - A decdrative scheme of red and
white' was suggestive of the Val
entine seasbti. Ah indiiiduai birth
day cake, "bearing a single taper,
was placed at feach' plate.
'Rev. H. Duncan Chambers con
ducted an impressive ..candle light
ing teremony " symbolizing the
"rainbow" as thej mingling of
many 'lights. Accordingly,' each
girl lighted her neighbor's candle
Until all were aglow.
-The dinner' committee included
Mrs. M. C. Petteys, chairman ; Mrs.
W. F. McCaU, Mrs. Ernest Peter
son, Mrs. Lou 6rote,Mra; Arthur
tTtley. Mrs. Corydott Blodgatt,
Mrs. Wayne Henry and Mrs. Frank
Crawford. . i
Others assisting In the serving
of the delicious dinner were Mrs.
O. A. Olson, Mrs. Leon Gleason
and Mrs. H. D. Chambers.
- An initiation -service for , ten
candidates was held, following the
dinner. Those who beeame mem
bers of Chadwick assembly on
Saturday night .were Miss DofOthy
Moore, Miss Lorene Braden, Miss
Dorothy Eastridge, Miss Mildred
Oliver, Misa Linda Wright. Miss
Dorothy Manning, Miss Evelyn
Cammingg, Miss Wllda Fleener,
Miss Lorraine Gregg and . Miss
Irene Ritner.
Salem Arts League
Postpones Musicale in Order
to :, Attend Grenfell Lecture
So significant" is the fact that
Dr. Wilfred T; GrenfelL Arctic
explorer, will appear In Salem
that a number of ; organizations
have decided ? id postpone or ban
eel their meetings ' in , order that,
their members may attend the
illustrated lecture, at 8:10 o'clock
tonight in the armory.
Accordingly, the musical pro
gram announced for tonight tinder
the direction fof Dr. R. W. Hans
Seitz, and under -the auspices -of
the Salem Arts league, has been
postponed until Friday, February
IS, at the YMCA.
Woman's AuxiUai-y
Sponsors Attractive Tea'cK'
Thirty-five members and friends
or, the woman's auxiliary df St.
Paul's church : wefre a n
active silver tea nn VrHaV nf.
.N?onaI Bank., tpe. bank
i "icuuBwp ana neiptumess in
I inne of need ' Intat Rdi
tinie deposita.-1 Open'ao ceouflt
and watch your rboney grow. (
p- Breithaupt, florist and
Ocordtor, 512 State.' Phone 380.
Flowers, bulbs, floral designs for
all occasions. Pioneer and leader
in Balem. x',--. . ()
, i8- K. Spauldlng Logging Co,
itnuber -and bnilding materials:
JP hest cosU no. more than in
tr,9r rode?- Co -to the big, ga
lea fdctbr aiid Sate fciocey; lJ
tcrpoon at the home. of Mrs.' 17.'
C Shipley on East . Washington
street, : , ; 1 , "
. Daff6dijs and freesias were useA
in he rooms and on the tea table.'
Yellow tapers were used.
Mrs. M. Lt "Kennedy presided at
he tea table during the afternoon.
Those assisting in the serving were
Mrs: Joseph Baumgartner. Mrs. J.
C. Perry and Miss Sarah Lansing.
Past Afdirons
Will Entertain v
. fhe Past Matrons', association if
the Order of the Eastern Star will
bntertain all past matrons how
visiting in Salem, at the home of
Mfs.-Jo'hh'orr. 865 D street. For
information call Mrs. F. E. Shafer;
1693-J. .
Church Planning
for Card Party
Special pfclng for the regular St.
Vincent de Paul cad party have
peen completed by the committee
6t six meri in charge. The party
"111 be held Wednesday night,
February 9. Those in charge
promise an entertaining evening.
Several games of five hundred
will be played, with prizes for Jthe
player .getting h jgh score. Re
freshments and special music have
been provided.
The committee consists of Mel-
vin Gruenfelder, Dave O'Hara, Al
bert Eagan, ioseph Worth, Robert
Deim and Frank lellnski.
Engagement of Marhrip.
Stone to James Preble
Was Announced Saturday
The engagement of Marjorie
May Stone to James Preble was
announced Saturday at tie Alpha
Omicron Pi house in Cbrvallisr
Miss Stone is teaching at the Cen
tral junior high school in Albany.
She was graduated from Oregon
Agricultural college last June with
Mr. tPreblei a junldr In the
school bf forestry at Corvaliis. He
is at present employed at the state
house by the Oregon Journal. Mr.
Preble has beep on the staff , of
The Statesmah,tand white at col
lege was a newspaper correspond
ent. Girl Reserves Will Give
Program at Luncheon Clubs
A group of Salem high school
Girl Reserves, under the direction
of Mrs. L. W. Gleason, me ruber
Of the. publicity department -of h,e
YWCA, are giving short musical
programs this week at the various
luncheon clubs.
The jpurpose of the programs
is to arouse a vital Interest' In 'Ihe
coming YWCA finance campaign
which will open next week.
Yesterday the Girl Reserves
sang at the chamber of commerce.
Today they will give their pro
gram before the Kiwanis club; on
Wednesday before the Rotarians;
on Thursday the Realtors, and oh
Friday at the Lions: club.
Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell,
Noted Northland Explorer,
Will be in Salem Tonight
Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell, dis
tinguished explorer of the north
land, will give an illustrated iec
ture at 8:10 o'clock tonight at
Ihe armory; Grenfell, one bf the
greatest personalities in the medi
cal field, will appear in Salem un
der the auspices of the Salem
Dramatic league, that able group
which sponsored the appearance
here of the Mordhl Olseh Players
end the American poet, Carl Sand
burg. V . ,
DrfF: H. Thompson will intre
duce Grenfell tonight as a scien
tist, while' Dr. Norman Kendall
TuLIy will introduce him as a mis
sionary. In 1892, aV the suggestion of
Lbrd SouthborDbgh, Dr. Grenfell
first visited the coasts of Labra
dor and ; North Newfoundland in
a hospital sailing ship to see if a
medical and surgical service could
be established, t
From this simple beginning has
grown during the past 30 years
one of the great service works of
the" world.
; The bleak and barren coast, of
Labrador has made life unbeliev
ably hard for its' inhabitants. Thfc
sftirdy descendant of Devon "and
Dorset," Scotch and Irish ns&e'rmett
who came over; during . the last
JVm? Daughters iti Fainityvf Sdutkirn Gdirgrnor
Governor John E.. Richards of South Carolina has nine livi'njr
married. Xeft to fifit, back r5wirMFs..Trfiohusl,.ltcRfisa
Richards and : MrJLT. Sauls., Left to right, front row: JLrs.
ckatifteati, Margstct end Jiihh'gr IUeliiir&S;- - . v
r '-. 'v ... -ti. .j ; : . , , z .- , -v .. I ..i.
T Social Caleaflar
VP--;-;. :" "
- '- - Today 1 - '" t '
Dr. Wilfred T.;CrenfeIl4 Arin
otf. 8ilS tfclbck..
Needlccraft elub.- .Mrs. tL c.
Brotherton, S70 - Sduth Winter
street, hostess.. - .
, Chapter ,ti 61 the PECj Sister
hood. Program at- girls' indus
trial school. ' ' .
. Institutions department of (he
Salem .: Wd man's club. Geireral
meeting at clhb hduae, 2:30. ;
; Yomareo rlass. Social and bus-
resa meeting. Col. and Mrs,' Carle
Abrams, 1465 Chemeketa sireet.
hosts, 8 o'clock. . '
; Eastern Star social afternoon.
Masonic Temple. .' . '
Junior Guild S of St. P'aul
church. Mrs JdsepH ' Baumgart-
... " WeflBeiiiay .
Woman's Foreign Miss'ldnary
society of First Methodist church.
Mm. A: A. Lee,, 1515 State street.
hostess; 2:30 o'clock; Tea meet
. Leslie i M. E. Woman's Home
Missionary society. . Mrs. E. A
Rhoten, 1595 .South Hlgbr street,
. Th'urisilai-
Thursdlay'ciubMrs. Carl Gregg.
uoney, 8Z8 s. Twelfth street, hos
Kensington Iub. -, Mrs. . F. S
Anunsen, 1110 N. Capitol street,
WRC Ladies' Aid sdcietv. Mrs
Catherine tw, 245 Washington
street, hostess.
Brush College Helpers. Mrs.
William Gorsline, hostess.
Wisconsin Association. St. Paul"
parish house, 6:30 o'clock. Pot
luck dinner.
Salem Woman's club. Club
bouse. 2:30 o'clock.
First Methodist Epwdrth league
Valentine social, 7:30 o'Clbck. 1
four centuries, have been practi
cally cut off from contact with
civilization. Untold" hardships
were suffered because of a. lack of
the most- rudimentary accepted
perquisites for mind and ' body.
with not .even the simplest formi
bf medical and surgical aid avail
able: -
Pupils of Miis Ltona Dotson,
f resent urogram at xmua
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An attractive musical program
of last week was that presented
Saturday evening at the YMCA by
the jiupiis bf Miss Lena totsbn
A clever pantomime; entitled "The
Doll Shop," given by the younger
pupils, opened tie program;; Piano
numbers and pleasing eons and
dances completed the evening.
Characters in "The Doll Shop'!
were: Baby dolls, Marion Hnlten-
b"erg, Joy Cooley and .Ora McDow
ell; DUtch dolla, Doris Schdnke,
Betty Dotson; tin soldiers, James
Daugherty and WIlmerMuller;
Chinese dolls, VIrginta. S.cott and
Lebna. Otey; Japahese dblli, Helen
Trindleind -Marguerite Marston;
French doll, Virginia Lunn; .fairy,
Velina Wagner; Little girl, Helen
Schulz; mother, Virginia, Alder
son; shopkeepers, Elva McCune;
Eleanor ,'Trindle; iriedsenger, Alf
Doniagotla; Boy Bide, DaytOri
The second part of the program
was in the form of an entertaining
comedy sketch entitled "Jwo
Ghosts in White," a boarding
school story.
The girls taking part were Paul
ine Orey, Vivian Marrs, Helen
Ralph, Hattie Rafaip, Eileen Mbore-,
June Kuhnke", Gladys, Lachele.
Marion Siewert and .Alice Lucas.
William Triridle ahd Edward
Sehuhke assisted during the eve
ning. Woman's Relief CJorps
Committees Are Appoinled
At the regular meeting of -the
Woman's Relief corps on Satur
day aftefnbdnMrs. Saraji Peter
Son and Mrs.Laura McAdams were
appointed to meet, with the com
mittee of the GAR on February
12, as well as with other, patriotic
orders, to plan for the coming
department convention in Salem
next June. ?
Since January 29 was the birth
day of MeKinley, Ihe patriotic in
structor, Mrs. Louise King, gave
a sketch bf! his life. The members
all sang McKin ley's favorite song,
"Lead Kindly Light,' f
The president appointed the
following "relief committees for
the year: Relief, Mrs. Laura Mc
Adams,. Mrs. .Cordelia La Bare,
Mrs. Hanriab Higgifas, airs. Biita
J. Pe'mbertoh " and Mfs. Jenhife F.
B. Jdhes. . t ;
- TEiefcjltiv omhiittee, Mrs.. Flbr
encfe Shipp, Mrs." Paulina Clark;
-" ' ' V
- '
' -View- of the English freighter "Essex Iales" burning it Tampico,
Mexico, follbwing a gasoline explosion, which killed 24., and .injured
1 sfettmett and laborers---JL jSpprk from a donkey engine cain'e into
contact witha leaky tin, of gasoline, being. loaded aboard.
Mrs. Hattie Kennen.-.Mrs. Cather
ine low, Mrs. ueriruue uemui
Auditlfig committee, Mrs. Mary
Watson. , Mrs. ' Ida TragHo Mrs.
Louise fefapps.
Hbrhe dhd molovment. .Mrs;
Katie Schott. Mrs. Mattie Schram,'
and Mrs. Julia Blbdgett. .
Conference committee, 'Mrs.
Helen Soujhwick, Mrs. Norma Te?
wllliger, Mrs. Sarah firager, Mrs.
Haley and Mrs. Mary Briggs ?i
Americanization fcoinraittee, Mrs.
Emma Thompson, Mrs. Antoinette
Bennett, Mrs. Myrtle Collins. 1 -
Child Welfare committee, Mrs.
Deiffenbach and Mrs. Eighmy. 'j
Mrs. BarhvieJs, Hostess '
on Saturday Night , . i
Airs. u, u, Jjarnyte ax 4?v.souiii
22nd street 'was. hostess on Satur
day, Feb. 'S, for. the .pleasure qf
a , group of friends and neighbor,
did iime ganies wefe played, al
ter which refreshments were serv
ed. Those present for the enjojf-
ablo aifair were. Mr. ...and Mrs. H.
q. Morton, Mr. and- Mrs. C. W.
WIrty, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chen
ey, Mrs. R. Carlson; Emma Her-
ren; Rex Herren M. M. Dugan,
Patricia Dugan, Bern ice .Dugan,
Mrs. A. J. Bard, Ruby Neer, Sibyl
White, -Floyd Hastay Norma Cal
Jsban, Mr. andMrs. C A- Nichols,
Roy Nichols, C. A- Nichols Jr.;
Ethel Mae Nichols ad(f Ian Bar-
Junior tfuiid tftufo'bet
Mrs. Joseph Baumgartner w
be hostess this afternoon at 2
o'clock a her home at 280 North
Winter street for members of th
Junior Guild. t
Baraca Philathea Class JVew fifft.cera t
The Baraca Philathet class oi
the First Baptist church announce
es the election of the f ollowingpjr
fleers: Lloyd Gregg, president;
Miss Ruth Mbore, vice-president;
Miss Wilma Pratt, secretary; Rob4
erf Seamster, assistant secretary;
Mary Shelton. treasurer: Edna
McElhaney, reporter; Warren Wel4
bdn, chairman of membership
committee; Amy Fiedler chairman
bf hustler's committee; Charlotte
Horning, chairman of relief com4
Miss Nina McNary was agaid
chosen to teach the class.
Chapter G Will Sponsor
rrogtam at Girls
Trainina School
The Institutions department of
the Salem Wbiriah's club will
sponsor the program which Chap
ter G of tho PEO Sisterhood will
give tonight at the girls' 'industrial
chool. - Cars will be available for
those to have arranged with Mrs.
C. K. Logan, chairman, td attend
ThoSe of the grbdp who .expect
to be guests are asked to be at
the city library Drombtly at 7
Christian Ertdeavbr Chapters
of First Christian Chttreh
C eleb ra te A nniversary
' The anniversary of Christian
P!ndeavor was fittingly celebrated
on Sunday evening, by the three
chapters of the First Christian
church. Fifty-five young people
met at the church at 5:30 o'clock
for a social hour and union en
deavor meeting"! At the evening
At ShiDley's xhe ladies oi Salem
have satisfied themselves that they
tan ret the, finest fall and winter
frocks, coats and dresses fever
ihown in this city. ()
, The Cherry ; City Baking Co.'
bread, jbies and cakes are of high
est auality,. .Ope of Oregon's most
sanitary bakeries; -visit It. Wortn
whlleV . A Salem b.Qvr: place. . ( )
, ; 3
daughters, three of whom ?aire
Mildred HicRards, Hiss Betty
J9'W Todd and the blisses R
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. , , .1 ., -, -,.',,. -j
service the. Christian .Endeavor .so
cieties sponsored a special, anni
versary . program
The phurchparlqrrtor the. so
cial hour, were decorated in red
aivd whiie Christian Endeavor
colors. Ferns and red tapers were
Used on the, table. ,
, Miss ViViari Whistler, "who has
charge of young people's work in
the church, supervised the observ
ance. University Epworth League
Plans Valentine Social
. Members of the Willamette uni
versity chapter of the First Jtffeth
pdlst Epworth League will hold a
Valentine social in the church 'on
Saturday," Feb. 12, at 7:30 o'clock.
'Airs. H. H. Olitider 'ttdnored
.With Ajternodnf Bridge ,
on. Birthday Anniversary - ,
Delightful among k the .affairs, of
last week -vvas the two taWe "bridge
party at which Mrs. W. Al Jones
and Miss .Mabel Creighton enter
tained, complimenting Mrs. .H. H.
dinger on her birthday anniver
sary. .
Seasonal greens were used . In
decorating, the rdoms.whilfe, x.ed
lighted tapers and red carnations,
in keeping with the Valentine sea
son, were used on the tea table.
. The bridge prize of the after
noon was won by Mrs. Olihger;
the honor guest.
Included for the afternoon were"
Mrs. H. H. Olinget, . .Mr?. R. E.
Lee Stein er, Mrs. Edwin L. Baker,
Mrs. E. N. Gillingham, Mrs. John
foil crhsll Urn r ir I Uln TUrkl '
,L. F. Griffith &lxa. kitty Graver,
Mrs. F. W. Durbin,. Mrs. W. H.
Dancy and the h.Qstsses, Mrs W.
LAl Jones and Miss -Mabel Creigh-
ton. Miss Rosalie Jones assisted
at the tea hour;
Guesis at Portaria Cortcprt "
Mrs...S. Levy and Miss Elizabeth
Levy . were in .. attendance, last thB- pprtland 'Symphony
Orchestra concert at the Muni-
cipal auditorium at which Carl
Flesch, the noted Hungarian vio
linist, was soloist. This was the
violinist's first ( appearance in
Portland, though he made his de
but in Americath 1914.
Mr. OMd Mrs. Meyers
Return Fnom Portland . -
Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Meyers
returned home on Sunday after
nddh after spending ten days ,ih
Portland. t Mrs. Meyers uriderif en
a slight operatidh at a Portland
ilrs. E. A. Rhoten Will be
Hostess for Leslie WHMS
The Wdmah's Home Missionary
society bf Leslie Methodist church
wfll meet on Wednesday afternoon
at( the home of Mrs. E. A. Rhoten
at 1595 South High street. . Thosfe
who. .will assist on the program
are Mrs. E. T..Barkiis, Mrs. , Mason
Bishop and Mrs. W. J. Lin foot.
Out'offouin VUitb'stAre .,
Honored Willi Jsunchebn. .. ;.
; A group 6 t out of town .womei j
whose husbands are In. the legis
lature, were the honor guests at
a charmingly .appointed J o'clock
luncheon on Friday of last week
at which Mrs. Hehry. J. Bean was
hostess, "he valentine, motif was
usfed' in' decoaiirig th jtable, ;at
Sirs'. ' saaq, Vise pattersbfa (Mrs. I
jus oioser ot roruaao. Airs. unag.
Hall of Mafshfleld Mrs, J, .. W
Howard, Mrs. George ltA. White, i
Mrs. W. G. Hare of Forest Grove,
Mrs.-C. A. Eppinger of Baker,
Mrs,VA. C. Beals of Tillamook,
Mrs. Will Levena of Baker, ahd
the fabstess," Mrs. Beah.
Eastern Star. Social
Afternoon Club Will
teu7 for Demonstration
The ni embers Of the Social Af-
tefbbqh tub or .Chadwick chapter J
ui iua uastci u our in uirci. ,v.V
aiternobn In the Masonic ,Tem pie
td'.mike bandages tortlie tMarion
County CbDd Health DenijOnstra
tion. Those who attend .are asked
to bring needles thimble and scis
sors. . Alt ' Eastern Stars are inr
vited. A social hdur will fbllbw
tlie sewing. ' '
The Committee for the . after
noon 'includes Addle May Petteys,
chairman; Alice Frizzell. Ethel
Welch, Florence . Tayldr, s Rose
Linfoot, Helen Laffcy, Rose Kurtz
and Zbnk AUep. ...... - ; . ' '
"1 Was bothered with a bird persistent
cough, and tried other tntdicinei, bot
non were so good and so relieving
as Foley's Honey thd Tar Compound.
- . E.Boggtsv x ; : j
Cob&i arkf iSroar irtiUtiok, ArJ
JhroocAi'i CobhA, tiogerini 'fZd"'
VI kbtikh, yield qhicklftck
1 .COMi'UUi-.;
IZedbj dJUreht tctirt for ,
Soil at Capitol Drag Stort
Wisconsin Association Will
Meet Friday at Parish House
filemuers.ot the Wisconsin asso
ciatlon.- will meet - ott ! Friday eve
ning, for a 6:30 o'cidck pot-luck
dinner at SL Paul's parish house
on Chemeketa street. i Officers of
he associat io incl ude , G. , W
Thompson, president; G. L. Com
mirigs. vice president, and Mr 3. O.
A. Noyes secretary.
Kensington Club Will tied
Mrs. F. S Ahuriaen will inttr-
tain hiemberi of the Kensington
club on Thursday afternoon -of thte
week at her home, llib N. Capi
tol .street. : . '
Wt F. M. S, Will Hold. Meetina iTomorrow
.-i .Members., of the .Woman's For
eigo . .Missionary society., f .r the
Fjm Methodist' charch will meet
tomorrow at: 23 Q o'clock at , the
uy we ,oi Aire., a. at.lUlti
State street for the Febrji.ary - iaa
meeting,. Urs. fchariee. J. ; Lisle
wUl(have charge of- the devotions,
wWle Mrs. M. Keelejr will pre
sent .thei -lesion.. .The social com
mittee .includes ,M.esdames.,Sheddf
Davis, Hanse Ravage, Milier and
Gilbert,, All ladies ot the codgfe
gatioh are .invited to attend.
institutixms Department
Will HoM avnxrnl
Meeting Today at Club House
ui. outstanding interest' in club
circles-today will be the general
meeting Of the inetltutions depart
ment of the Salem Woman's club
this afternoon at, 2:30 o'clock-at
the club bous. .Mrs. S. M. Endi-
cott, general chairman of the de
partment, has entended Invitations
tb attend to both the Efeokta and
the. Salejn Heights women's clubs,
as,. well 'as to all -members of the
Salem Woman's club: Wives ,of
legislators are also invited toy at
tend the '.meeting.,.
The speaker fj the afternoon
will. be.J W.. Howard, superin
tendent of the Oregon state school
for the blind. Of particular . in
terest in- relation to Mr. Howard's
talk will be the. demonstration
which - the primary pupils will
give,,? .,. .
, , PupAs of Mrs. T. S, Roberts
aud of Miss Lena Belle Tartar will
furnish special music.
R. N. A." Membership
Drive Will CotttiMie
, The Royal Neighbors' associa
tion will meet at 8 o'clock Wed
nesday evening at St. Paul's parish
hall on Chemeketa street. Due
to the illness of Mrs. Ida Keehe,
Mrs. Mary Acker man will take
Mrs. Keene's place as" .captain No.
j. The substitution is made in
order that, the membership drive
may continue.
BHish Colte.
Helpers . Will Meet .. .
Mrs. William (.Gor$line will en
tertain, the- Brush CbUegb Help
ers at nfer home Thhrsday.
Thursday TCtub " will .
Meet at uoney Home
The Thursday club will meet
this week on Thursday, Feb. 10,
St , the .hgme off Mrs.. Carl regg
Doney at ,SZS South. Twelfth st.
Assisting hostesses,, for the after
noon will be Mrs. George . Pearce
and Mrs. Alice. H. Dbdd.
W. Ri C. to Hold
Social Meeting,
a wc i eg uir - ureeiins ffi me
Ladies' Aid society bf theWom-
?n's Relief tbrps will be held on
hursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs.. Catherine Low at 245
Washington street.
Yomareo Class Wilt
Meet for iSmlal and
Business Session
The Yomareo Sunday school
class Of the First Methodist church
will meet this evening at 8 o'clock
at the home of Cbl. and Mrs. Carle
Abrams, 1165 Chemeketa street,
for the regular business and so
cial meeting. .
B$hbp& Spend, Week
End in I'briluitd
Mr. and Mrs: Q: P. Bishop, ac
companied -by, their grandsHb;
Charles Kay Bishop; were guests
In Portland over ihe week-end at
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B ibom moderri .hSUseFoiil
blocks frotri pdstdfficei
t F. L. WOOD
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, :syrup '
Sold DhlyAt?
38 sfevco5&aa? kl
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The Knslai? Store
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If you have pevei: visited Buster Brown's 2 for 1 Sale
Mfek-yburrreighbdr. Sfie Will Uyo'ii shB never heard
of subh bargainsi &s sh& -can- get iwico. . year at the
. Buster Bpwn 2 for.l Sale-. AH uto-date shoes. .The
&izes are better than ever before: We can fit any foot.
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Pateht Dreiiy Piihipi
Lizard Trimmed; .One of the Better Patterns,
i : : French Heet-Bekular 75
:N6W 2 fbt the Price of 1
Wohifeh'a SaUhsi Vfelveti aild Paf erib
High French Heels Regular $9.50
Now 2 for the Price '61 1
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Just the Pump the High School OirU dre
asjeirig forRegular $0.83
les- Fancy JiLtanr Ifecls
Patent ahd Tin CbrhBiilatibhs Hegular $6.85
Now 2 ftfr the ffice 6i 1
v, ':':ir:1,?p'Srown tegh Shoes
,For Growing birW-Slzes fiir id Ji. Made orer bur
famous Foot-Shaping Last
Two Pail: S2:0
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vA double force;of. our high lass salesmen trait tb
;SerVe you, due to the fact that our Klamath Falls
shoe store opefl5 Febrtiafy 15th.
; It's AH Herd arid" It's AH Turn
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