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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 15. 1927
a tional Better Homes
I H7H be Observed
if Salem This Month
S.Mr!'. F. G." Bowersox. chairman
American borne department
i.f. ihp Salem Woman's club, has
,;i!l-l an important meeting of
ihc members of her committee for
i':::it o'clock Monday, April 18, at
:hp home of Mrs. Clarence Hamll-f
i.,n. 290 North Front street.
The committee members are:
Mrs. Walter Pennington,.. Mrs. .1.
M. Houghton, Mrs. Theo'Barr. Mrs.
Harley White, Mrs. Franle.J'ower,
Mrs. ('. J. Healy. Mr. F. Jaikoski,
Mrs. Frank Myers. Mrs. Curtis
C ross. Mrs. Roy.MUls. Mrs. Edwin
c Hftfftfell. Mrs. John K. BropJiy.
Mrs. C. C. Cla;k, Mrs. Claude
Stpusloff and the chairman, Mrs.
y. a. Bowersox. -.
vir. Jessamine Chapman Wil
liams, professor of foods and nu
trition of the OAC. will-speak on
Food Fads and. Fancies" at 2:30
o'clock .Thursday afternoon, April
ls. during Better Homes week,
which will be -observed .in Salem
April 25-30. under the auspices
of th Better Homes department
(,i the Salem Woman's club. The
f.cnire will be Riven at the club
.Mrs. ' Williams is a speaker of
nod'. Her,talk at the state Jnstt
tme in Portland - earlier in the
-pring was so decidedly valuable
that Mrs. Bowersox- immediately
made arrangements for her ap
pearance In Salem. The pah lie Is
iirdiully invited to take advant
:i.'f' of this lecture.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. East
A i rice Home on Monday
Tho many .. friend-of Mr. and
Mrs. S. S. East who have 'been in
California for the winter . are
happy to welcome them home
ugain. While in Long Beach Mr.
;md Mrs. East visited at the home
nf ihir son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kyle.
Mr. and Mrs; East' went south
l.cfore Christmas, returning home
on Monday of this Week.
Hans for American
Ley ion Auxiliary Benefit
Are Rapidly Formulating
An active committee is rapidly
formulating plans for the Ameri
an Lfgion auxiliary benefit bridge
t-a which will be an important
i vent of Tuesday, April 19. at the
.Woman's club house, 4G1 North
Three prizes have been donated
for the occasion, one by the Miller
TRY US FIRST
SALEM HARDWARE CO.
The Winchester store
Phone 172 120 Jf. Ooml. fit.
To Buy Some of That
Fine Priscilla Aluminum Ware
At SPECIAL SALE PRICES
ye have another lot. which contains a wonderful assort
ment -all full weight but bought to sell at a special
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3 piece Sauce Pan sets
. Double Round Roasters
; 8( anaU0:q Diry Pails
L Coffee Pots'and Colanders
4 and, 6 qt- Preserve Kettles
THESE GO ON SALE FRIDAY AND
TakeYour Choice for
rVe may limit quantities9 but we have a large lot and may
be able t8 give Vbuill you want! -rirrS-r; 'r' :
give you an you
Mercantile company, another by
Kafoury', and a third by Hart
Reservations may be made at.
once with Mrs. George Nelson at
1641-J; Mrs. Paul Burris. 1487-11;
or Mrs. H. H. White at 2533-R.
The following chairmen of com
mittees have been chosen: Cards,
Mrs. -Cyril Nation; prizes, Mrs.
Ernest Thom; dishes, Mrs. Victor
McKeniie; decorations. Mrs. Stan
ley Ostrander; program. Mrs. F.
Zjnn: dining room. Mrs. ,Earl
Paulsen, and refreshments, Mrs.
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Twin Grandchildren of
Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
MacKenzie Receive Names
. .'The small son and daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Pearson (Jean
MacKenzie who were, born on
April 2 in Longview, Wash., have
received their names, according to
a-letter written to Mr. and Mrs.
T. S. MacKenzie, the grandpar
ents. The little girl will be called
Lois Jean and thf little boy, Joe
Dean. . , .
Mr. and Mrs. MacKenzie will
leave, in the morning by motor for
Kelso to spend Easter with, Dr.
and Mrs.-. Pearson and the twins.
Mrs. MacKenzie plans to remain
in Washington for several weeks.
Daughters of the Nile
The Salem -club of the Daugh
ters of the Nile will meet on Wed
nesday of next week for the regu
lar all-day meeting.
The Misses Williams
Entertain H. S. B. Club
The H. S. B. club met Monday
night at the home of the Misses
Georgia ..and Qra Williams. The
evening was spent in sewing, mu
sic and fun. Members present in
cluded Mrs. W. R. Patterson, Mrs.
R. Abst, Mrs. L. Henderson. Mrs.
C. Stevenson, Miss Clara Ward,
Miss Beatrice Kertson; Miss Ada
Williams and the hostesses.
Adelante Society Plans
All alumnae members of the
Adelante Literary society are in
vited to attend the "homecoming
meeting" at 4:15 o'clock this af
ternoon in the societv hall on the
third floor of Waller Hall.
The alumnae will provide the
Fifty ' Members of First
Methodist WFMS attend
Meeting at Blatchford Home
' An : unusually successful meet
ing of the Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary' society of the First Meth
odist church was held on Wednes
day afternoonat the. home ot Dr.
and Mrft. Benjamin Blatchford on
State street, with 50 members
Mrs. C. K. Haynes, Mrs. C. W.
Boeschen and Mrs. Standley re
ceived, the guests at the door.
The rooms ef the Blatchford
miss i ms
SprM ks thr Itsrlt '
10 qt. Dish Pans
3 qt. Tea Kettles (
Puddingf Pan Sets
Bottom Cake Palis .
Paints Plumbuig and -Machinery., "ii
. Commercial -S tziy;:U -
o ' ! i i o
, ; . j Today . t , t ; . it
Du Bols "Tbe. Last Seven
Words." ,, St. Paul's Episcopal
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary. Mrs.
John Bertelson. 110 Lofelle St-
Woman's alliance of Unitarian
church, Election of officers. 'j,
Adelante societv alumnae meet
ing. Waller Hail, 4:15 o'clock. ,
American Association of Uni
versity Women. Gray Belle. 12:39
o'clock. -Mabel j Holmes Parson,
Elks dance. Elks temple.
Joan Ne-wcomb's . Easter party,
10:30 to 12 o'clock.
Sacred concert. Knight Memo
rial church. Easter cantata, 7:30
Sacred concert and film at First
Congregational church. "The Lord
of Life and Love," Cantata by
double quartet. ; and film, "The
Passionate Christ." 7:30 o'clock.
. Mrs. Arthur J. Rahn's costume
recital. Waller Hall (on Willam
ette University campus). 8:1"
o clock. ,
Special meeting of Better Homes
committee of Saiem Woman's club
Mrs. C. S. Hamilton. 290 North
Front street, 2:30 o'clock.
Benefit bridge tea. American
Legion auxiliary. Woman's club
house, 4 HI North Cottage street.
Daughters of the .Nile. Masonic
Temple. All-day meeting.
Willamette university men's glee
club. Cupitol theater. 8:15 o'clock.
home were lovely with many
spring flowers. Mrs. E. It. Wat
erson had charge of the devotion
al hour, taking a her tlxeme "The
Old, Old Story." Mrs. Carl C.
Doney conducted the lesson on
"Moslem Women." 1
The special music of the after
noon was a vocal solo by Miss Mar
garet Ryan, accompanied by Miss
The president announced the
fact that she had been made the
recipient of a history of the Cal
cutta girls' school, written by Miss
Ruth Field, superintendent of the
Miss Field was home on fur
lough two years ago and was the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Dexter
Field, and of her sisters, Mrs. Hat
tie Field. Mrs. Bagley and Mrs.
Inez Fleming. ,
Announcement was made of the
next district convention of the
society which; will be held in Hills
boro on May 5.
. Mrs. Nina Armes was welcomed
Into the society as a new mem-:
During the afternoon Mrs. M.
B. Parounagian gave a valuable
account of the mid-year meeting
Invitations Are Issued for
Joan Neivcomb's Easter
Party Tomorrow Morning
One of the most festive of all
juvenile Easter parties is planned
for tomorrow morning when Joan
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The oratorio. "The Seven Last
Words," will be given at the St.
Paul's Episcopal churchy corner of
Church and Chemeketa streets, on
Good Friday evening at 8 o'clock..
It is open to the public and is
under the direction of Mrs. Mar-
jorie Walker of Portland. Several
soloists and the choir will furnish
The soloists are Mrs. Marjorie
Walker. soprano; Mrs. Lillian
Knight, soprano: Aubrey Furry,
baritone: K. Y. Aim, tenor; all of
Portland. Mrs. Nina KabJer will
Newoomb, small daughter of Bea
trice Crawford Neweomb, will
entertain a group of 4 0 boys and
girls at their country ' home on
the Dallas highway.
The invitations which have been
issued invite the . guests tobe
present from 10:30 to 12 o'clock
Saturday morning, April 16.
A thrilling feature of the morn
ing will be the Easter egg hunt
in the woods. .
Large Delegation of
Salem Women Will Attend
Club Institute- in Portland
A large delegation of women
active in the work of the Salem
Woman's club will motor to Port
land this morning to attend the
public welfare institute, which is
sponsored by the State Federation
of Women's clubs.
The morning session will con
vene in the story hour room at
central library, with Mrs. Glendora
M. Blakely, chairman of the pub
lic welfare department, presiding.
Registration will open at S:45 a.
m. followed by a symposium at
10:15. "Training for Mental
Health in Childhood" will be the
subject of the talk by Miss Amel
ia Feary, chairman of the division
of child welfare, "Mental Health
-.-What it IsfantrHowlo Develop
It," will be the subject .discussed
by Dr. Lawrence Selling, protes
tor of clinical medicine,-University
of Oregon medical school. Dr.
D. W. De Busk, director of the de
partment of research in the Port
land public schools, will talk on
"Habit Problems in Children of
School Age." "A Health Clinic
the Need of One, and How it Can
Function" will- be discussed by
Mrs. Theodora Schwankovsky.,
The balance of the forenoon ses
sion will be devoted to the public
health division, with Mrs. Paul
R. Whiteside, chairman, presid
ing. Miss Elinora E. Thomson,
R. N., professor of applied sociol
ogy and director of nursing edu
cation in the Portland school of
social work of the University of
Oregon, will speak on "Nursing
Education 'at the University bf
Luncheon will be held at 12: in
T ni. at the YWCA. Mrs. G. J.
Frankel of the Oregon Federation
of Women's clnbs. w:ill preside.
C C.-ColU president of the Doern
becker hospital guild, will be the
speaker, and a health play will be
given by pupils from the Atchison
school. V- i
Club women attending 't he" in
stitute will be taken tp,the Doerft
becker hospital tor the aTternoon
session, and after an inspection
tour, a motion picture. "Sun Bab
ies, Will be shown. Th. Value
of Sunlight Treatment for Chlld
renwill be, the subject of an, ad
dress to be given by Dr. L. How
ard Smith, pediatrician. Mrs.
Sadie Orr-Dunbar, chairman of the
Doernbecker hospital committee of
the Oregon. Federation of Women's
clubs, .will give a report on the
hospital fund. A talk on "Anti
Narcotics" will be given by W.
J. Herwig. Tea will be served at
the conclusion of the program.
All clubwomen, whether mem
bers of federated clubs or not, who
are interested in public health are
invited to attend the all-day ses
sion. Mrs. Otto Hoppes Entertains
With Deliahtful Six-Table
Bridge , Tea on Wednesday
',The last .week before Easter Is
not without its gaiety. On Wed-
inesday Mrs. Otto Hoppes enter
flained with one of a number of
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Insurance of AU Klnda ,3 f Telephone 101 .
HeUl Theater Lobby.'ISS North Hlxh . .
TO ASSIST WITH ORATORIO
Mrs. Marjorie W'alker
preside at the organ and Mrs. J.
F. Bush at the piano. -
Choir members' are as follows:
Sopranos. .Mrs. T. W. Creech. Mrs.
V. E. Kuhn, Mrs. C. I). Adams.
Miss Orford. Miss Irene de Lisle,
Miss Mary Kafoury. Miss Lillian
Scott. Miss Sarah Lansing. Miss
Ailene Cilson; altos. Mrs. W. P.
Rabcock, Miss Betty Hlmmel, Miss
Edith May Jenks, Miss Helen Ka
foury: tenors. Thomas Lark in
Williams. Watson Townsend: bar
itones, F. Ci. Deckebach. Rhea
Luper, Robert Neimeyer, Mr. Tat-
attractive atrn.ir$wnieh. have been
featured tho last few, days. ;:?Wrs.
Hoppes' g;uests -were. invited, to a
six-tabh bridge party. vwith ad
ditional guests calling for fea. t
The living rooms emphasized
the colors 6f Eastertide. Tulips
in the pastel shades were used
In the dining room the tea table
was centered with a crystal bowl
of vari-colored tulips. Candles in
the delicate pastel shades glowed
in crystal holders.
Mrs. James Jennings won the
highest score of the afternoon.
The second honor went to Mrs.
Carl Armstrong. 'Mrs. William
Perlich was awarded the consola
At the tea hour Mrs. Hoppes
was assisted by Mrs. Oscar Zellar
ai d Mrs. Herbert Plank.
Guests for bridge included Mrs.
V E. Kuhn, Mrs. E. C. Charlton,
Mrs. Glenn Gregg, Mrs. William
Gosser, Mrs. Esten Williamson.
Mrs. Herbert Plank, Mrs. Earl
Daue, Mrs. Ralph Mercer, Mrs.
Albert C. Gragg, Mrs. William
Perlich, Mrs. Earl Fisher, Mrs.
Edwin Armstrong, Mrs. Jessie
George, MrsLaurence lmlah, Mrs.
Edwin Purvine, Mrs. Waldo Mills,
Mrs. Albert Smith. Mrs. James
Jennings. Mrs. William P. Ellis,
Mrs. Armin Berger, Mts. ames
Ted, Mrs. W. A. ohnson, Mrs.
Oscar Zellar. Mrs. Oral Lemmon,
Mrs. Merrill D. Ohiing, Mrs. James
M. Smith and Mrs. Carl Arm
strong. Additional guests who called at
the tea hour were Eulalia Lindsay,
Mrs. Willis Vincent, Mrs. Elmer
Armstrong, Mrs. George Orey and
Mrs. J. F. Mollencop.
Costume Proqram. at Waller
Hall Will Take Place on
Monday, April 18
Only three days remain till the
vivid costume recital which Mrs.
Arthur J. Rahn, contralto, will
give on Monday evening. April
IS. at Waller Hall, on the Wil
lamette university campus.
Mrs. Ralf C. Miller of Portland.
Mrs. Rahn's sister, will assist with
Salem Girls A re Pladgcd
to National Home
Two of the twelve co-eds pledg
ed to Omicron Xii. national honor
ary in home economics, are Sa
lem students. Those pledged are
Mildred Nye,.-' Elizabeth"'' Stewart.
Elizabeth Uourliill and, Charlotte
Red-Pepper Rub tkes the "ouch"
from sorr, stiff, aching joints. It can
not hurt you, and it certainly stops
that old rheumatism torture at once.
. , When you are suffering so you can
hardly get axouno, just try Red Pep
per Rub aid you will have the
quickest relief known. Nothing baa
such concentrated, penetrating heat
as red peppery, Just as soon as you
apply Red Pepper Rub yeu will feel
the tingling heaw. Ia three minutes
it warm the sore spot .through and
through. Pain and ereness are gone.
Ask any-good drugrgist for .a jar of
Bowie Raf Pepper Bub. Be sure to
get the genuine, wi tii the same Bowles
on each, package - , -
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ham. Junior choir. Sleanor Lu
per. .Neva Koehler, Eunice Wen
lock, Ann Rede Burns, Charlotte
Martin, Jack Bush. Billy Bush.
James Luper. fjwynn Adams.
The three-hour devotions at St.
Paul's church will begin at 12
noon today and end at 3' p. m.
There will be addresses on the
"Seven Words From the Cross."
with other devotions. Tho public
is most cordially invited to come
at any time and remain as long as
Wells, all of Portland: Lucile
Moore and Villetta Welch of Sa
lem: Catherine Davis, Sallie Rog
ers and Dorothy Williams of Cor
vallis; Ruth Barnes of Oswego,
Margaret Cartjwright o Seaside,
and Elva Slottee of Astoria.
Easter Cantata Will be
Given at First
The double 'quartet of the First
Congregational church will ping
the beautiful Easter cantata, "The
Lord of Life and Love." On Sun
day evening. April IT. at the
church. In conjunction with the
cantata the film "The Passionate
Christ' will b shown.
Miva Belle Will Svend
Easter in Salem
Miss Gene Belle will arrive in
Salem tonight to spend the Easter
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. II. 8. Belle.
Reservations for niversity
Will Close Todan
An exceedingly interesting meet
ing of the American Association of
Omick, RellAblei Serrlce
1015 Center Street
Phones 853 and 131 0-W
YES the coat seems to be the
most important so naturally 1
it comes .first. Wo are showing,
an exceptional array this spring
and the range of styles is truly
pronounced. There are sports
, coats of plaids and figures with
and without be.ts then too
there are the dress and the semi
drss coats of casha, the sheens
and taffetas. '
12.48, 16 19.75, 24.75,
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L'niversltyi Women, wilt TtST tf44
tomorrow at 12:30 o'clock at the
O.ray Bello. , Mabel Holmes ,Par
wma, tbPj .author. wilj .lie the
Reservations', which are being
made with Mrs. RolH.rt Dann.
will c?ose tonight. , r
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Cooked Food Sale
The ladies of St. Vincent . de
Paul Altar society will hold a
cooked food sale on .Saturday,
April 16, at the Giese-Ptvwers
Mrs. Houghton Is
Guest in Portland
, Mrs. Willis J. Houghton is vis
iting in Portland at, the home, of
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Knighton
ot Arlington Heights. . -
New sweaters. A large shipment
just in. New patterns, new shades
in the popular pnll-over and coat
styles. Emmons, Tailor-Furnisher,
426 State St. .... (?)
Slate surface roofing applied
over your 014 shingles. We have
over 200 jobs in Salem. Nelson
Bros., plumbers, sheet metal
work, 355 Chemeketa. ()
Take no chances with old. meats
or stale food of any kind. Btty your
meats here and have the best and
freshest obtainable and at a mini
mum, cost. Hunt tk Shaller, 263
N. Com'l. ()
Is Here .
IN fact there are hun
dreds of them and
nearly as many styles.
Oriental embroidery on
nets, silk and visca seem
to be most popular, while
straws and silk and
straw combinations run
a close second.
3.95 and 4.85
are very popular groups
but there are hats at al
most every price.
IRE for EASTEE
DRESSES surely one will want to make a most
favorable impression "Easter afternoon." As ,
a help to you we would suggest that you come in ;
and look through our stocky thenr shop around in
the other good stores. - Get, what you want at a
price you want to payregardless- of where you
get it. We're willing to take oar chances and you - .
will not be urged to make purchases when inspect
ing our stocks of ready-to-wear. Dresses ,are
priced at . .. . . j
9.75, 10.95, 16,
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f NEW INCORPORATIONS'!'
;Tha JVarldAlarinft-i4lVag0 cor
poration '. with headquarters . in.
Portlanrt. and capital stock of
I500.V00 has. been -.incorporated
by Edgar Bridge. C. W.. Eaton and
M. Boqthe. ... ,; .V'xTj
Central . Insurance Agency Inc., .
Portland. $1000;-. F. A. Angell.
Charles . L. Dunham and CharLfs'
Harrall. ...... .
' ;Fif Door Manttfaeturers nsso-.
elation, Portland. $1500; J. IV
Blllington. r W. C.' MpCVilloch and
John W, Shuler: " t
.. Land Ridge .Cooperative Mutal
Telephone company, Lebanon, ,
(no capital stork); CI. R. Ilebb.
J. L. Corraan,..W. F. Glaser and.
others.- ' .... I . ,.
Exchange a lovely 1 suburban
home, strictly modern, for! city
property or atock rattciu
GEO. P. PEED
841 State Street?
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Hedding and Window Box
: Plants' v . - "'
Arf now rrady, also fine fllne
of hrub nl perennials.
, C. F, BR ElTlfA UlT . ,
Telephone 380 512 State St.