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THE OREGON' STATESMAN, SALfcM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1927
Anniversary Is Celebrated
ViMf'. Z. Johnston Home
and Mrs. W. B. Johnston
entt. tained 25 guests on Tuesday
night at their home hi honor ol
Mr. and- Mrs. W. B. Lam mis, in
celebration, of their 45th wedding
anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Lum
inis will leave today for their
tountry home near Amity.
The rooms of the Johnston home
were lovely with baskets of white
und lavender lilacs.
Many messages of congratula
tion were extended to the honor
The pastor of the triends
fliunli. Rev. Mr. Haworth, gave
a speech of farewell.
Out-of-town guests in attend
ance included Mrs. S. A. Scott of
Kansas City and Rev. and Mrs.
W. P. Haworth of Oklahoma.
Late in the evening delicious re
freshments were served, with Miss
Dorothy Badertscher, Miss Nadine
McWain and Miss "Mildred Lummis
usMisttnc the hostess.
Included in the guest group
were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lummis,
i Iih honor guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Kleinke, Mrs. Wesley An-
trician and son Eldon Wood row.
Miss Mildred Lummis, Miss Dor
othy Badertscher. Miss Nadine Mc
Wain, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vogt,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Badertscher,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hartman.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lummis, Mr.
iihd Mrs. Homer McWain. Mrs. S
A. Scott, Kev. Charles C. Haworth,
Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Haworth,
Luke Johnston, Glenn Faree and
the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Salem Heights Woman's
Club Will Elect .
Officers on Friday
The Salem Heights Woman s
club will hold the last meeting of
the year on Friday, May 6, at the
community - house. A 1 o clock
luncheon will be followed by the
election of officers for the new
During the afternoon the club
erouD will make an inspection tour
of the paper converting mill. This
will take the place of the regular
program. All club women are
invited to come, bringing their
cars, if possible.
Sfdem Family, Will
W. T. Jenks, accompanied by
his daughter Edith May. and his
son Win, left yesterday for the
first lap of a journey that will
take them to Europe? for the sum
mer. Mr. Jenks and his children
will sail from Boston for Liver
pool on Saturday, May 14.
Edith May and Win will sojourn
in England while Mr. Jenks at
tends the5 Rotary international in
Belgium. Later the family wih
tour continental Europe.
D r. Ma ry Pur vine Is
Nominated for State
A prominent member of the
Salem Business and -Professional
Women's club. Dr.1 Mary Purrlne.
will be a candidate for the office
of state vice president, according
to information given out yester.
day. The state convention will be
held In Corrallis this month.
Salem High School Music
Department Will Present
two cantatas on may zv
First announcement has been
made of the two outstanding can
tatas which, the music department
of the Salem high school has
chosen fopresentation, under the
direction of Miss Lena Belle Tar
tar, on Friday, May 20.
Chorus I. of 50 voices, will sing
"The Building of the Ship," while
the advanced chorufe of 70 voices
will sing Gaul's beautiful work,
Joan of Arc."
We have dressed our win
dows, in appropriate attire
for? this occasion and invite
everyMiss and Mrs. to view
them these three days.
Center and High Streets
Salem Business and
All toads will lead to Oakland,
Cal.. July 17 to 23 for the ninth
annual convention of the National
Federation of Business and Pro
fessional Women's clubs. A pres
ident's special from New York to
Oakland via the Baltimpre & Ohio
railroad, a pilgrimage of 3500
miles from the Atlantic seaboard
on the east to the mighty Pacific
cn the west, will have started.
Delegations from the various states
will join the party.
A stoo of two days will be made
in Los Angeles where the dele-
cation will visit Catalina islands
Movieland. Hollywood, Beverly
Hills and the beaches. Then on
to Oakland. Oakland, the magic
city of the west, will be on hand
with trumpet, open arms and col
ors flying to give a royal welcome
to the leader, Miss Lena Madesm
I'hillips, national president, ana
her faithful followers. The key
to . the city will be presented and
will be theirs all week. .miss
Martha L. Connole of Illinois is
the chairman of the national trans
Oregon is entitled to five dele
gates at large from the state. The
Salem club will be entitled to two
The Oakland Tribune year-book
las been received, sent out by the
Alameda county development com
mission, Oakland, and contains in
teresting data and information re
garding Oakland and the sur
Artisans Will Observe
The United Artisans will ob
serve Mothers' day at the regular
meeting tonight in McCornack
Mrs. George Calls
Mrs. Jesse George, president of
the American Legion auxiliary,
has called an important special
meeting of the executive board for
3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
Mrs. F. G. Stearns Entertains
The Needlecraft club met on
Tuesday afternoon at the home
o Mrs. F. G. Stearns at 180 South
19 th street.
Mrs. J. B. Ashby was a special
guest for the afternoon. All the
I U Social Calendar i
Ladies of the G. A. R. Business
meeting. Armory., 2 o'clock. -
Town and Gown club. Laus
Edward Adams Cantrell. "The
Humanizing of Knowledge." Wo
man's club house 8 o'clock.
Rapheterlan club. One o'clock
luncheon. Mrs. Frederick Hill
Kensington club. Mrs. George
P. Griffith, hostess.
Westway club. Mrs. O. E. Ter-
Artisans meeting. Mothers' day
Woman's Alliance of First Uni
tarian church, 1 o'clock luncheon.
Executive committee meeting or
American Legion auxiliary. YWCA
at 3 o'clock.
Hal Ilibbard auxiliary. Armory,
OAC club. Woman's club house.
Operetta, "Cinderella." Parrish
junior high school, 8 o'clock.
W. U. Junior class play. "The
Intimate Stranger." Capitol thea
ter. 8:15 o'clock.
Salem Heights Woman's club,
o'clock luncheon and election
War Mothers' carnation sale.
Portland Junior Symphony or
chestra. Elsinore theater, 8:15
May morning breakfast. Wil
lamette university campus, 6:30
to 9:30 o'clock.
enss the relation of intelligence to
social well-being,, basing; his. con
elusions on James Harvey Robin
son's admirable volume, "The
Humanizing of , Knowledge."
Visitors' at Reeder Home
Mrs. Hattie Reeder entertained
as her guests over the week-end
her brother and his family, Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Mer ri field and son,
Wesley, of The Dalles, and daugh
ter Georgie, of Monmouth.
W. R. C. Plans Silver Tea
, The regular meeting of the Wo
man's Relief corps will take place
at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in
McCornack hall. The silver tea
will be In charge of Mrs. Lizzie
W. Smith, Miss Ada Simpson and
Mrs. Gertrude Remington.
House Guests From
RrnnhiyilJ.fi Pe.n njtn I van ia
Mrs. E. A. Beach is entertain
ing as her house guest3 Mrs. M.
Carrier and her daughter Mary,
of Brookville, Pa. Mrs. Beach
and Mrs. Carrier are sisters.
APOSTLE OF SOIL
His Home Paper Tells Only
a Part ot the I rue and
members wore their colors, which
are red and green.
Members in the group on Tues
day were Mrs. A. J. Basey, Mrs.
L. C. Brotherton, Mrs. L. Bechtel,
Mrs. George Martin, Mrs. J. W.
La Bare, Mrs. Ruth Dennison and
the hostess, Mrs. F. G. Stearns.
At the next meeting of the group
Mrs. A. . Basey will entertain at
her home, 691 South Capitol, on
Mrs. Rahn Will Siiig
Tonight at Elsinore
Mrs. Arthur J. Rahn will be the
soloist at 9 o'clock! tonight at
the Elsinore theater. Mrs. Rahn,
prominent mezzo-soprano, will sing
tit "I .-A--
Gifts That Are Fitting
Tributes to Mother on
Charming little presentations of your love and
respect that are just a little "fussy" and the
things she wouldn't bay, for herself are listed '
here to help you decide on your gift for Mother.
Tdeal irifts for her would be one
of - these ,fine Gowns of Crepe,
Batiste and -Voile, both lace
trimmed and tailored in a 'good
range of both large and small
Years do not change the desire
in a woman's heart for gay bits
of Jewelry. Mother's heart will
be made happier on this day by
a brilliant pin, a string of pearls
or a dress ornament.
Handkerchiefs are one
of those little acces
sory, items that Mother
doesn't buy for herself .
Why not & box, M six
or a dozen? Pure lin
en. with? contrasting
.'color borders Crepe de
'Chine and Voiles.
Gloves tailored and
Gloves a bit "fussy,"
both with and without
cuffs, are here in a
lovely display in all
shades for Mother's
Most Mothers prefer
service v weight hos
and for that reason, "we
are offering a wide
selection of reliable
makes for Mothers'
day, i Pure gtfk, , rein
forced heel ajnd toe and
Dinner Guests at
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barkus en
tertained as their guest at dinner
on Sunday Mrs. Emma Whealdon.
Mrs. Whealdon is a sister of Frof.
James T. Matthews of Willamette
Townspeople Are Invited to
May Morning tsreaicjasz
Salem townspeople are invited
to participate in the annual May
morning breakfast which will be
served on the Willamette univers
ity campus on Saturday morning.
May 7, from 6:30 to 9:30 o'clock
Alumni of the college take ad
vantage of this opportunity to re
unite with former friends and
Hmise Guest From Kansas
Mr. and Mrs. Homer McWain
of 1693 South Liberty street are
entertaining as their house guest
Mrs McWaiu's mother, Mrs. b. A.
Scott of Kansas City, Mo.
National Congress of
Parents and Teachers Will
Be Held in Oakland Soon
Several Oregon women will take
an active part in the program of
the convention of the National
Congress of Parents and Teachers
in Oakland. Cal.. May 21 to 28.
Mrs. W. W. Gabriel, state presi
dent; Mrs. B. I. Elliott, national
treasurer, and Mrs. J. x. Hill.
national chairman of the student
loan fund, are members ,of the
national board of managers and
will leave early to attend the pre-
convention meeting of the board
May 19. In addition to making
her annual report as treasurer.
Mrs. Elliott wUl address the pres
idents' conference on the matter
ot the new methods of sending in
dues and their apportionment.
Mrs. Elliott is also official chair
man of the credentials committee
and a member of the budget com
mittee, whose meeting on May is
she will attend. Mrs. Hill will
give her student loan report and
will also participate in tne con
ferences of the educational de
Mrs. Gabriel has been asked ny
the national program chairman to
lead the round table discussion
ct state finance at the presidents
In the absence of the chairman
cc membership, Mrs. Drury Coop
er of New Jersey, Mrs. George J.
Perkins of Portland will give the
report of that department and will
lead the round table discussion on
membership. Mrs. I. M. Walker,
a member of the national commit-
lie for the extension of parent
teacher work among colored peo
ple, will report the situation In
the nofthwest at the conference of
Twenty delegates from Oregon,
including four officers and repre
sentatives from the Tarious dis
tricts and councils, will be voting
delegates. Thia.wiH give voting
representation to all parts of the
Si ftniftcant Lecture
Will hp Given Toniaht
,i Edward Adams Cantrell of Los
Angeles, who discussed Judge Ben
Lindser's "The Revolt of Modern
Youth" in Salem last week, has
retmrned for his ' lecture" which
w41i take place at o'clock this
evening at the. Woman's- club
1 e. 461 North Cottage street.
(The following editorial article
from the Benton County Inde
pendent, Corvallis, tells only a
"p&rt of the story concerning the
efforts of Sam H. Moore, presi
dent of the Oregon state lime
board, in behalf of the farmers of
the Willamette valley and coast
counties with soil needing lime
and nearly all of it does, or will.
Mr. Moore and his son own and
operate the Oregon-Corvallis
hatchery, . with the largest capa
city in the state. "A True Apostle
of the Soil" is the heading of the
article from the Corvallis paper.
as follows: )
"If it were possible to measure
thinkers by their stature, you
would see here and there individ
uals towering far above their fel
lows. There have been many
such, and ircumstancpsand brain
power keep creating more of
them and their thinking force
drives them forever onward. Bur
bank was one such, Campbell an
other, and every particular voca
tion has produced them.
"We have them here and there,
In our midst, inconspicuous by
their modesty, but looking at
what has been accomplished
through their untiring thinking,
their memory is worth preserva
tion and their deeds appreciated.
A few years ago a family by the
name of Moore came to Corvallis
and settled in the sour, acid land
north of Corvallis. The land
would not produce, something was
wrong, and Mr. Moore and his
wife set about the problem of
finding and correcting the diffi
culty. They were not tne kind to
pick up and move to another lo
cation. If something was wrong,
A l A i J mi I m
me, ming io uo was io ux u n
it were possible. Then began a
lone struggle of weary years of
experimenting with this and that
and at last it was found that all
the land needed was to make it
sweet and the cheapest' and best
thing was simply LIME.
'For the past 15 years LIME 1
and SAM MOORE have been one
and the same thing, so far as
that family is concerned. That is.
every spare moment he has given
his time and thought to making
farming profitable in Oregon, par
ticularly as it applies to low sour
soil. Lime is the one and only
antidote. He importuned the leg
islature, he lectured, he arguec
and all but fought to get his ideas
adopted. And the state lime plant
at Salem, now functioning effi
ciently, is a monument to his ever
"If anyone is entitled to a
monument, for winning a great
fight almost single handed, that
man is Sam 'Moore of Corvallis.
Look at his hatchery. Here is an
other monument to a single idea.
followed like a hound on a fox
track year in and year out. He
began on nothing but the. idea in
his brain. The idea pushed him
on is pushing him today. He is
a builder of one thing .it a time,
but he builds for time and stabil
ity. His plant is today one, and
perhaps the largest of its kind in
the United States.
"Our hats are off ' to you Sam
EASY. FOB JUDGES
CAHORS, France. Judges here
may be underpaid, ' but they cer
tainly are not overworked. . The
Assize Court has had only one. case
since September.; J.924, and, dis
posed of it in three hours.
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If you keep adding la little bit to that "nestegg" every
week, it will come in mighty handy by the time
he's through school
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