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THE OHKGON STATESMAN, SATM. OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 2t. 1027
Mrs. McCall Is Jloste&s to
47 at Meeting of .Brwth
Forty-seven women and children
njoyed the gracious hospitality of
Mrs. W. F. McCall at the meeting
5 C the Brush College Helpers at
"hf McCall home on Thursday.
The rooms were beautifully
rircorated with Jonquils and Ore
gon grape. At the tea hour, when
the hostess served delicious re
freshments, Mrs. Fosch and Mrs.
Charles McCarter assisted. The
favor were colorful caps and
Mrs. L. H. Randle, who is home
from China on furlough, made the
afternoon a memorable one with
td recounting of many interesting
experiences in the Orient.- Mrs.
KanJIe exhibited many valuable
-uuvenirs and costumes. Kenneth
Farmer gave a number of recita
Included in the group were. Mrs.
I'.arl Hartlett, Mrs. Ermine Falk,
Mm. Frank Farmer and Kenneth
;ml Huth, Mrs. John Schindler,
Mrs. McKinnin, Mrs. Helen Olson,
Mrs. S. Victor, Mrs. William Gors
lin.'. Mrs. Harry like, Mrs. U. G.
Lehman, Mrs. Frank Munson, Mrs.
Archie Ewlsg and Dougal, Albin
;.nd Halph, Mrs. Fred Ewing and
Margaret, Mrs. Hatch and Hazel
Hatch, Mrs. Oliver and Marjorie,
Mrs. Fosch and Ifeie, Mrs. Gib
son and David, Mrs. Crawford.
Mrs. L. H. Randle, Mrs. Worth
Henry, Mrs. ' Charles. McCarter,
'."Sir. Buell. Mr.- Jdhe MrgC- Clif
ford Smith and baby, " Mother
Smith. Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Byars nd,
.children, Ruth and Cora,' Mrs. Ar
thur Utley and son Billie, Mrs.
Rlivins, Mrs. Corydon "Blodgett
and son Corydon, and the' hostess,
Mrs. McCall. .
Mi xs Bodine Entertains
Miss Margaret Bodine enter
tained a:'group of members of the
Reta Chi sorority and their moth
ers at a delightful tea in Portland
Dean Jamieson Will Speck
at Meeting of Saleni
Woman's Club Today
At the March tea meeting of the
Salem Woman's clnb, which will
ty an Important social event bf
this afternoon, Kate v. jamieson,
dean of women at Oregon Agri
cultural college at Corvallis, will
he the speaker Dean Jamieson
will speak on cooperation between
parents aud their children. ' (
The musical-numbers of the at
lernoon win oe given 'uy
. If, 1 I . . , v nf
jftted pupils of Miss E!ma Weller.
Virginia Bright will play "The
Parting, by Burgrauller; Arthur
Boeschen.'who will give two num
bers, will play "To . the Rising
Sun," (Torjassen) and "Country
The social committee for the
March tea includes "'"Mrs." 'J. C.
I'erry. Mrs. W. H. Steusloff, Mrs.
S. W. Thc",vson, Mrs. R. L. White,
Mrs. C. AKells, Mrs. Merle Rose
crans, Mrs. Rollin K. Page. Mrs.
K. M. rage, Mis Dorothy Pearce,
Miss Alma Pohle, Mrs. Morton E.
Peck, Mrs. W. A. Marshall, Mrs
W. A. Mullen, Mrs. W. C. Kant
ner, Mrs. R. M. McDonald, Mrs.
V. W. Rosebraugh, Mrs. Ralph
Cooley, Mrs. Frank Power and
Mrs. George W. Cleveland Jr.
Grax Club Girls Give
Enjoyable Program at
Chemawa Indian School
The Indian welfare division of
the Halem Woman's club, of which
Mrs. P. A. Eiker is president,
sponsored a particularly entertain
ing program on Thursday evening
ai the Chemawa Indian school.
The program was contributed x by
the Grax club, an organization of
Those participating were Rosalie
r.nren, Pauline Welch. Esther
Lisle. Evelyn Hebel, La Vinia
i'iiirgy, Naomi Phelps, Lilias
Lowe. Klaine Chapin, Opal Bumph
i. y. Valleda Ohmart. Julia Cur
iie. Gladys Paul, uanita Mulvey,
Nivrtle Smith, Loretta Varley. Ro
li. rta Varley and Lois Plummer.
l'at Matrons Meet
Members of the Past 3rtrons'
association met last night at the
lu me of Mrs. Godfrey.
Girl Reserves Attend
Conference at The Dalles
A group of Girl Reserves, ac
companied by their adviser, Miss
KHzabeth Baker,' left yesterday to
attend a Girl Reserve "conference
at The Dalles. The conference,
which opened Friday, will close
tomorrow. - ,
Miss Hartley Will Enter ...
iniversitif of Washington
Miss Katharine Hartley left yes
terday morning for Seattle where
Mie will enter the diversity of
Washington for the spring term.
Xiss Hartley, who Is a member f
Alpha Chi Omega Bororfty, is
"4. rt e? rt i . .
Will Be Evening Affair
An interesting benefit affair in
the series of card parties which
the American Lesion tuixilrary
sponsoring this, spring1 will be an
event of Monday evening; March
2S. fn McCornack hall.' Mfa. King
Hartlett is chairman. Her assist
ants, are Mrs. Frank J Irak, Mrs.
Xonrille Jones, Mrs. Guy Young
and Mrs. ' Chalmer. George, i
Non-membe?-of -'4h - auxiliary
are particularly jBYljeJto attend
Salem Woman's club. Club
house.' Tea meeting.
Carnation club. Mrs. W. J.
Cooked food' sale. S. P. ticket
office, 184 North Liberty street.
Salem Heights Community club.
Vesper concert by junior choir
of First Presbyterian church of
Corvallis at' First Presbyterian
church of Salem, 3:30 o'clock. '
Sacred ' concert. St. Joseph's
churchy 7:30 o'clock
Salem MacDowell club program,
in observance 'Of Beetluyven Cen
tennial. Waller Hall, S o'clock.
all thebpnefit' affairs. " Groups,
may play either progressive or
Miss Cornelia We&singer
Visited Here Wednesday
Miss Cornelia "Wesslnger, stud
ent at OA, stopped in Salem Wed
nesday on her way to Portland and
was a guest of Miss Pauline Mar
line h, who accompanied her home
and was her guest for the Delta
Delta Delta party Friday night.
Ladies' Aid of W. R. C.
Clears $100 at St.
At the meeting of the Ladies'
Aid 'society ' of the Woman's Re
lief corps held on Thursday at the
home 'of Mrs. Elizabeth Pound and
Mrs. Holcomb.'lt was reported that
nearly $100 was cleared at the
St. Patrick's dinner sponsored at
Thirty-four members and three
visitors attended the meeting on
Thursday. The visitors were Mrs.
Train, Mrs. Martha Scott and Mrs.
The hostesses were assisted by
Mrs. Jennie D. B. Jones, Mrs. J.
N. Roberts, Mrs. Salmon, Mrs.
Laura McAdams and Mrs. Louisa
Are Deli 'ffht fully Observed
at E. E. Roberts Home
The home of .Mr. and Mrs. E.
E.' Roberts .was the scene of a de
lightful birthday celebration on
March 22, honoring E. E. Roberts
and J. F. Uirlch, when Mrs. Rob
erts was hostess -to a number of
friends. The evening was a sur
prise to the honor guests.
The rooms were beautifully dec
orated with violets, primroses and
daffodils. At a late hour delicious
refreshments were served.
Those in the group were Mr.
and Mrs.-J. F. Ulrich, Mrs. Kahe,
Mrs. Emma Roberts. Mr. and Mrs.
CT'FT Glese, Mrs. L. H. Roberts,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Roberts and
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Roberts.
Neighbors of Woodcraft
Celebrate 30th Anniversary
The celebration of the 30th
birthday ""of-' 'the "organization of
the Neighbors of Woodcraft was
a gala affair of last Friday night.
Ar. outstanding feature of the
evening was the banquet compli
menting the charter members, and
those who hare been meirfbers for
23 or more years. The charter
Members of the organization were
Mrs. Southwick, Mrs. Townsend,
Mrs. Darling; Mrs. Watson and
Mrs. Southwick gave a very in
teresting address. The program
of the eveafitg was "of special
merit, consisting of comic stunts
presented by the various comrait
ttes. .Martha Novae won the prize
cajte. The prize' waltz waa: won
iy Mr. -and Mrs. Hawk. The
Woodman of the World were
Joint participant in the program.
A trance followed the banquet.
Salem Folk Are
"""Mrs. James Walton and daugh
ter, Miss Beatrice Walton, were
week-end visitors at the Campbell
Court hotel In Portland.
Beethoven Centennial Will
Be Observed at First
"The centennial anniversary of
the death of Ludwig van Beetho
ven, the famous composer and un
surpassed master of instrumental
music, will be featured in the
morning service of the First Meth-
odiat church next Sunday morning.
Rev. "If. C.'Taylor, the pastor, will
speak ot him as an instrument of
God in his sermon on "Meet for
the Master. Prof. T. S. Roberts
Cantabile from Trfth Symphony as
a special number on the organ.
Lloyd Thompson will sing "Heav
en's Adoration," by Beethoven.
Master Kmery Hobson' wflp play
''Funeral March from Qraad Son
ata, by Beethoven, as a piano
number.1' This Is -part of the:great
composer's Opres 26, Third Move
ment. and will be of special" inter
est by Salem's boy pianist.
Journal Publisher .Makes
Closing a deal yesterday with
MrsT 13. 'Ai Gllbrt for tha corner
lot, 8 by 100, at' Liberty and
Chetaiketa Streets, Jorg jPnt
nani,? "publiaher ot Cthe Capital
Journal, has acquired property at
tor-tcartmr 1-6 5,-teet b m n a rt. trn
the future home Of hii" puBRcatlonT
The- purchase price for the second
acquisition Is given as 1 3 5,000. "
" Mr. Putnam makes no other an
nouncement as- to time of- con
templated construction but expres
ses the belief that the property
will "prove more valuable in rom
Steve Kalone Being Held '
at Marion County Jail
Steve Kalone, arrested early
Thursday morning while breaking
into the construction tool shed at
the new Leslie junior high school
by Officer Wintersteen. was
brought for first hearing in justice
court yesterday for attempted
Nothing definite was decided,
the case being continued until a
later date. Kalone is being held
at the county jail.
10 :00-ll .-ao KOW
( 491 ).
holp and miisj".
H:OlVlJ:O0 KOIN' (319;. Housewife's
hour and mif.
11:0012:00 KEX (447. The KKX
;u-l. Glean KuM ami J1B" Edward.
12:00 KJr'Ke ti"-V-. Weather reiortc.
): :tM. 1-J :30 KKX. Popular orchestra
V2 :'.W1 :;0 KOW. Noon concert.
1 :.'10-3 :00 KKJ R (2fl:l. -. Music for the
Friend at -Home."
2:'K 3 :U) K.vl. i;tf(). Music.
P. :0-1 H KOIX. New, music.
4:O0-o:O0 K KK . -Music.
4 :? :( k'PWV (Vl'.'J. Twilito hour.
,':15-C:UO KOtX. Top Ttirvj- Time!.
C:ni 7:OOWIJi :U9.. Ortan concert.
ii :0i-7 :' KG W (491). Concert trio.
0:00 7:00 KFWV (212). Twilite hour,
fi :00-G::i) KTBK (2i:il. Tourist guide.
i : r:u - T : UO KXl, :",!. Music.
7 :00-fl:OU KEX (4471. Tool's trio.
7:00-7:20 KUlN. Amusement susses
7 :0O-7 :3i KTISK.
7 : !0-7 :i KG W.
AAA road rt-ports.
Weather report,, hd
7::io-i;0 KXL. Studio program.
:30-9:00 KKX. Myrl.kji Campbell,
jiiohert l-'laclc; time i(fnj(ls at S.
lO:OO.l:0o KOIN. Saturday nisnt cluh.
10 :Ol-12 :(0 KGW. Kfin'n orclimtra ;
10::iO- 12:0o KEX. Kreiner's orchestra;
l.arry Grth, soloist.
KUO Oakland (Htil). 8. sport review;
t:l, Keetlioven memorial concert:
l:15. danee IhiiuI.
KFI I.on AngeleH (4C.7). ." :30, dance
ohetra : h ;! "!. i;:0, dance orchex
tra: 7:Hi'), S. rlassie hour; 11, l.oa An
geles I'hilharmouic, orohvKtra; 1J, uid
KVo Sun Francisco (42). 5:10, Boys'
hnn'd; ii:15, :.i0, orchestra. S, classic
roneert : 9, KFI program; 10:4.j dunce
KKVU Hollywood (2"2). S. concert: 7,
orchestra an.d soloists: H, htrinj; orches
tra and coloists; f). string quartet and
.soloist: 10, jainhow hour; 11, dance
KYA S::n Francisco (400). (j:30, con
cert trio: 8, dance orchestra.
KNX Hollywood a;i.7). 5:4j. 6. or
chestra: (5:30, orchestra; 7. 7:15, 7:3(
lo, dance orchestra: 11. .frolic..
KVHU Lo Angles (27'.). ti:30, 7:30.
KOWW Walla Walla (285). 10:30,
KEWI San Francisco (250). 9, orches
tra. KKZ Hollywood (26). C. 7, orches
tra: t, orchestra adn soloists; M, or
eheMra adn soloists; 9, orchestra and
K.MTR Hollywood (370). r:30 male
quartet; ;. 0:15. orchestra: 7, 7:30, 6,
.:!, 9, 10, dance orchestra.
KHJ rn Angeles (40.1). (j. conert trio;
6:fl0, hildrenn" prrvtrram : 7:30, 8, Bee
thoven memorial program.
KHQ Spokane (394,). 6 ouert orhestra;
7, 10, dance orchestra.
KFWM Oakland 33b). P.
KOMO Seattle (3t). 5:15. 6, concert
orchestra adn j-olotsts; 7:30, concert
opcbetra and soloiils; 8:15, 10, dance
orchestra and sokimt.
KOA Denver (3'J). 9:15, dance pro
nam. KKOA Seattle (454). 7, children pro-
12:00-1:00 KUIN (319). Saturday nite
12:00-1:30 KTIHt (2',3). Midnight
12:00-1:00 KFRC. KflO, KPO, KFI,
KFW(I, KN'RC, KOMO.
Famed Artists Listed
on Initial Broadcast
SAN FRANCISCO, March 25.
(AP) Several widely known ar
tists -will be heard in the initial
program broadcast by the National
Broadcasting company. Inc., 8 p.
m., April 5.
The broadcasting will be from
Hotel St: Francis, San Francisco,
and : telephone .wires will link
broadcasting statioqs KGO, Oak
land; KPO, San Francisco; KFI,
Los Angeles; KGW. Portland;
KHQ,- i Spokane; KOMO, and
KFOA of, Seattle assuring perfect
hearing to radio listeners through
out the country.
Henry N. Robinson, Los An
geles banker and member of the
advisory council, will deliver the
Alfred Hertz, leading the San
Francisco symphony orchestra,
will be next on the program; his
soloists, will be Jeanne Gordon,
contralto, and Lambert Murphy,
both grand opera stars.
The Duncan sisters and the Hol
lywood quartet, the Bohemian
grove organ, Los Angeles dance
orchestras and a musical comedy !
will complete the program. ' J
AFPROVE GASOLINE TAX
DENVER. March 25 (AP) A
three cent a gallon tax on gasoline
was given the unanimous approval
of the state senate today. The
house has approved a four cent
tax,' and there may be a deadlock
between the two houses on the
question. The tax now Is two
Tour 'Car Deaerre
S E l B E It LINGS I
' America Finest Tire
ZOSEL'S 5r :
10O S Commercial TeL 4T1
Watches. Clocks and
, Carefully Repaired Al
t PRESCOTTS !
828 TCorCi .Oommclal . Street
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R. a: hale give
Wives of the army and navy aviation officers of Wright and
McCook flying fields at Dayton. O., are allowed but one flight a
year with their husbands. Here are five of them ready for their
annual journey above the clouds. They are the wives of Captain
John G. Colgan, Captain Siras Blair. Lieutenant James T. Hutch
inson, Lieut. Com. Paul M. Bates, and Major Robert A. Hale.
Osimch Used Before Catch
ing Fish, Making' Hats
and Other Things
CHICAGO, March 25 (AP)
Before the Nootka Indian, who
lives on. the coast of Vancouver
Island, goes out to catch a. mess
of fish, he annointed himself with
unguents and oils, fists for a time
and carries out a conrplicated sec
ret ritual which he believes wil!
bring success to his venture.
The primitive people. Dr. Ei
Sapir of the University of Chicago,
today told the central section of
the American Anthropological as
sociation, precede almost every
common act by an involved ritual.
"This belief in the occult or
supernatural manner of control
ling events, forms an anthropo
logical question which the scien-;
tific world knows little about," he.
The ceremony preceding the
harpooning of a whale is extreme
ly complicated. It lasts for months,
and among other .things, consists
of fasting for a four day stretch,
building effigies of the harpoon
and canoe to- be used. The war
rior who is to perform the task
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also annoints himself with liem
irx k branches.
If, after all that, his success in
whale hunting is indifferent, he
trys another ritual.
The entire procedure is called
"Osimich," or secret magic. Each
family usually has'its own meth
ods and they are scrupuously
passed down to succeeding genera
tions. There must be "Osimich" for
getting cod fish with hooks; for
catching halibut, digging bait,
getting wealth, for finding a bear's
den, and other common acts of
The ritual usually starts out
with this prayer:
"Look down on me, O'Chief.
"Have pity on me.
"Cause me to be alive."
CHELSEA, Mass.. March 25.
A man is justified in using "reas
onable force" to prevent his wife
ticking money from his pockets,
Judge Cutler has ruled, dismissing
an assault and battery charge
l-.roiight by a woman who was de
terred from! raiding the family ex
Klamath Falls City recorder
issues 10 building permits in one
C. A. LUTHY
In New Location
825 STATE STREET
Watches, Clocks and Jewelery
Z; KIsJit Ttlcphcsw 1237-IT
K GIFTS GIVEN
Salem People Are furnish
ing New Wing That Was
The Salem general hospital is
gradually finding the very import
ant place which it " should till in
this city and' the surrounding
country. It is being operated as
a standardised hospital, subject
to frequent inspection and entitled
to the most up to date suggest ion 5
from the American College of bur
geons relative to the very best
practice in the Interest of the pa
tient. Ir. Eaton. 6ne of the American
college field representatives, re
cently said, while visiting the Sa
lem general hospital, that surg
eonswere gradually accepting and
following the practice of taking
operative case.s to the hospital at
last 24 to 36 houi before the
time et for the operation. He
t-Jiid that a day of rest and prep.ir
ption before the operation is equal
to two or three days afterwards
in the time necessary for conval
escents. Receiving Furnishings
The Salem genera hospital re
ports that the new furnishings are
arriving and being put in place in
the new wing recently completed
by Cuyler Van Patten. William
Hamilton of the PHP company,
who is iu charge of securing con
tributions to fully furainh and
equip the entire new building, re
ports that Chester (i. Murphy, for
merly a Salem hoy. now of Port
land, is furnishing one of tlK1
nurses' sitting rooms: that Drs.
Saurman and Steeves have author
ized the sun room to be properly
furnished at their expense, and
that a friend of the hospital re
cently calling upon the superin
tendent to express appreciation for
the splendid services rendered a
member of the family while a pa
tient in the institution, before
leaving, left the hospital a check
for $300 to be used for the pur
pose of equipping one of the new
The Salem Water company has
Burnett Bros., Jewelers
Coast, From Everett to
NOT to sell
any f or Cash!
WM, ROGERS' SILVER-
"PIECES OF EIGHT"
Featured at $20.25
PAY 50c DOWN
x The Famous
I .vet,-. AJ
undertaken 'to furnish one of the
four-bed wards, ami others who
havepreviausry arranged A furn
ish private rooms are as follows:
11. P. and'Mrs. Holse. Salem Wom
an's club, talent Kridffe- & Linncta
em cluh. lr. M. V. FinriNv, koui
Lachmund. Mrs. Rstella A. Gilbert
aiid MrrfIliiKtoll 'atlin.
There are still a few rooms and
some wards to he provided for, as
well as sundry other equipment
for various parts of the new building.
KAIHO OPKHATOH KILLED
1LWACO. Wash.. March 2."..
( AP) Wyman Heckstead, 25. sec
ond class radio operator stl Klip-san-15eaeh,
was accidentally killed
today when a shell exploded in a
pistol he was cleaning. The bul
let went through his head. Becck
stead was said to have relatives
living in Idaho.
VAN" Bl'RKX EXTRADITED
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. March 25
(AP) A rendition request for
the extradition of Dan Van Huren
from Hillsboro, Ore., on a charge
of forgery, was granted today by
Governor Young to Sheriff Vale of
Yontra Costa county.
WORK ON STATE OFFICE
BUILDING STARTS SOON
(Continued from page 1.)
next two weeks. These sketches
will include both donrrete and
steel strurture. The size of the
building will depend upon the
character of the construction and
the amount of money that will
have to be deducted from the Ap
propriation for furnishings.
At the request of Governor Pat
terson it was decided to seek the
vacation -of Waverly street, which
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business
Office Honrs from 10 s. m. to 8 p. m.
"Pay Us as You Are Paid" Eleven Stores on the Pacific
Hollywood Not Only Largest, but (We Hope) the Best
This is the first time we have been authorized to
sell this beautiful Silverplate for this astonishing
figure. Think of getting a complete table service '
all in the exquisite "Triumph" pattern all to
match and paying for it with the dimes land
nickels that (alas!) so often "go astray." c"'
Each set contains- Eight Knives with modeled hart-
diet (in the" tench manner) Eighr Forks- Four '
Tablespobns---Sixteen Teaspoons A Sugar 'Shell
end a Butter Knife. And each piece is guaranteed
for a Ujethne'of daily service! And the glasUm 'ed
serving trays is included wilhout extra coil. Best of .
all, the prtce is the lowest? ever named and the
termg are' lower than anybody would fix for them
selves. Complete set of thiriy-eight pieces for $2025
and- "--."? -r.-' r -'-- . . V. .
Take a set for a payment of hat f a dollar
Pay as you use it a dollar a week will do,' And
you will find as you use it that "the -Burnett .
JBudgettPlanis the Easiesi the Happiest and
.' Most' Economical - way - of secunhg' - the '"things ,
' Orthhile: : :-r - .
457 State Street Salem
divides the rapltol grounds from
the supreme ourt property " ' r
It Span ug:e8fedMiat the ! new
structure, be nt, least sir stories
high, with a foundation sufficient
lo'arrjr four additional floors.,
Mr. Knighton, was at one time
state architect, and prepared the
plans for the supreme court build
ing. Eastern Oregon state hospital,
administration building J at "the
University of Oregon and other
state structures. ; ' ' -
Work on the new building prob
ably will get nnder way within the.
next three months. . -
FqqI a GoSd
to work off tha Cold and to fortify tba
yatem asainat Crip, Iafiun(a nd
ctbar aerioua Ula. rMttUaf from Cold.
Tba Sal and Provaa Bamadyyioa 3Uc
Tb box bear thla aitmatura .
Aato Accessory Shop l
Clean Stock Good Location
See KRUEGER, Realtor
147 N. Com'!. St. rhoae 217
We want to sell
just one set to