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ENGLISH STAR IS NOTED gEAUTY
Chapter G, P. E. O. Will
Open Year's Activity With
Luncheon Today :
, T;he paat presidents of Chap
ter G. of the P. E.O. Sisterhood
will be hostesses at a one o'clock
luncheon today in the Elks Club,
which will open the sevententh
year of activity for that organiza
tion. ' "' -
.Mrs. W. W Moore Is president
of the chapter for the - coining
year. a- Other officers ' are, .vice
president, Mrs. A..L. Godfrey, re
cording serretary, , Mrs. - C. JC
Logan; corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Harold Hughes; treasurer,
Mrs. A. T. yWoolpert; chaplain,
Mrs. W. M.. Hughes; and guard.
Mrs. Grace Volgt j J - - s.
.The new year books also con
tain the membership: of standing
committees for? the" year.; : They
are as follows: calendar commit
tee: MrsW. Y.iHiekey, Mrs. F.
J. Tooze, .and -Mrs. W, H. Byrd;
social: Mrs. C. ; F.V Temple, i Mrs.
Marie McCuHoogh, and : Mrs.
Daisy tLang; philanthropic: . Mrs.
B.J. Miles and Mrsj WV M.,Smith;
flower: Mrs.r W. -M. McGilehrist
and Mrs. W; M. Hughes f Visiting:
Mrs. O. E. Proce and Mrs. D. X.
Beechler; journalist: Mrs. C. K.
Logan; and pianist, Mrs. F. E.
Churchill.. - - -f ' - - '
Interesting programs are sched
uled for the meetings of the
year, with the "papers for each
meeting prepared by a member of
the organizations J;r,!ff
For the Wives of Visit
ing Physicians -
The wives of members of the
tri-county -medical association are
planning a series of delightful af
fairs for the pleasure of the wives
of physicians who- are now con
vening in Salem. . : "
Registration will be held, this
morning in the Chamber of .Com
merce rooms. In the ' afternoon,
members 'of , the auxiliary will be
guests at -tea from three until five
o'clock in the. Elk's Clubhand In
the evening they will be enter
tained with adinner at the Mari
on Hotel. r 1 ; ; v ' t r
A public , meeting -has been ar
ranged for Friday. morning in the
Elsinore theater, and tomorrow
afernoonthe visiting ladies -will
be guests oD adrive through;. tb
surrounding ilcimtrv irfeetingiat
two-thirty o'clock in the" Chamber
of . Commerce' s A ; Hne . party - at
the Elsinore, .followed by a party
at the Gray-Belle, k will complete
the, day .. . -' ., - . - r:y-
Golf on the links of the Illahee
Golf Course will be the diversion
Saturday morning. -
Mr. and Mrs, Jessup Will , ,
Visit,, (n Portland ; - ,
Mr. and . Mrs-k Oliver Jessup
(Amelia BabcockX left Monday,
after spending the weekend with
Mrs. Jessup's mother, Mrs. W. P.
Babcock. for Portland -where they
will remain for ten days before f-
returning to . their home in Molla
la. ? . ':.'
Mr. and Mrs. Schlosberg. ,
Return From California
Mr. and Mrs. , Lester, Schlos
berg have returned from, a week's
motor trip to California. The
greater part of their time was
sp1nt V f?an KT&?'r
Gathering of Minnesota Club
The annual mid-summer gather
ing of the Minnesota Club will be
held Friday at the Fairgrounds,
beginning at ten-thirty o'clock.
The basket dinner will be served
promptly at noon. ; ; .; i
. Members of the general com
mittee in charge of the affair are
Mrs. I. L. McAdams, chairman.
Mrs. Tucker, Mrs.Bertelson, Mrs.
A. C. Bohrnstedt, Mrs, A. E.
Stevenson, and Mrs. Oakman.
An interesting t orosram has
been planned fori the afternoon
with Dr. D. J. Howe as the princi
pal speaker. ,r Dr. Howe formerly
made his home- in St; Paul, Min
nesota, but will arrive in Salem
with his family this evening to
assume his duties as pastor of the
First Christian church of Salem.
Mrs. Norman K. Tully, Mrs. L.
O. Clement, and Miss Edna Gar
field compose the program com
mittee. Wedding Party Entertained
f Mrs. L. S, McDaqiel entertained
in her home in Portland last even
ing with a buffet supper honoring
her daughter, Miss Margaret Mc
Danlel, her fiance, Willi3 Oury
HIsey, and the members of their
bridal party which includes, Mrs.
Cephas J. Ramquist, matron of
honor; Miss Elizabeth E. McDan
iel, 'maid' of .honor; Truman Col
lins, best man; Victor Carlson;
Warren Day, Robert Notson, and
Harold Fearing, ushers.
The wedding will be solemnized
this afternoon at four o'clock in
the Rose City Park Methodist
church of Portland with Rev. Al
bert S.'Hisey reading the service.
Monthly Business Meeting
of Ladies pf-G. A. R.
The monthr business meeting
of the Ladies of the G. A. R. will
be held' this' afternoon at two
o'clock in the armory All ladies
are urged to be present as Im
portant business will be discussed.
Theta Mu-. Chapter, Delta
Delta Delta Sorority,
Salem members of Theta Mu
chapter of Delta- Delta Delta .sor
ority entertained with a, bridge
party at the White House on Mon
day afternoon, having , as their
guests a group of girls, who plan
to enter Oregon Agricultural Col
lege in the fall. - . .
Miss Pauline Marnach was in
charge of the affair.
Miss Dibble Will Return
Miss Carol Dibble, who has been
enrolled during the summer for
special work at Stanford Universi
ty, will return .today from Cali
fornia. In -'a few days Miss Dib
ble will open her studio in the
hew Nelson Building. "
Mrs. Barsch Returns to
Her. Home in Oakland
Mrs. Walter Barsch (Catherine
Carson) and her little son, "who
arrived in -Salem late in June and
since have been the house guests
of Mrs. Barsch's mother, Mrs. J.
A. Carson left Saturday for their
home tin Oakland, California. -
Mrs, Barsch ,has been extensive
ly entertained while in Salem,
having made her home here before
Dressing Correctly for
All Fall's Activities
TTH the glories
of A u t u m n
bursting forth, in fla
grant : foliage what
fascinating; vistas r,
newness -and smart-,
ness are opened to the
woman whose!; joy is
in being ' discriminat
ingly 'dressed !
"And" what satisfac
tion to know, that she
will have selected at .
IVilsnn'a . inof Vltt MU.
r tihiuu o jiw iiuv
'' " tumes - to irive the
ir rkrht zest to 1 thes a . .
O" Pall-activities- ; 'y
. 5- r
Wilson's :Kasn Sliop
Style and. Quality Without Extravagance .
State Street"' : " : . Next Door "East
BELOW HIGH v.r;r,; PliEGON THEATRE
I if i.
Ivy Duke 1 not only popular English screen star, but is also
iahied aa one cf the famous teauties of the nation. In private lif
he i Mrs. Guy Newalt, . .
WeBtway Club of W. B. A.
Mrs. Frank Boeringer, 260 W.
Wilson St., hostess.
Anniversary reception at Knight
Memorial church honoring Ret.
end Mrs. H. C. Stover. 7 o'clock.
Chapter G of the P E. O. sis
terhood. Elks Temple. 1 o'clock
Practical Nurses' Association.
Wedding of Miss Margaret Mc
Daniel and Oury Hisey at Rose
City Park Methodist church. Port
land. Monthly . business meeting,
Ladies of G. A. R. Arm-Dry. 2
Annual Minnesota picnic. Pair
grounds. Basket dinner served
Business meeting, West Side
Circle Ladies' Aid. Mrs. E. M.
Law, 541 Norway St.
!f" Saturday J
j First meeting of D. A. R.
Jilrs. W. H. Byrd, 595 Court
Popular- Young Couple of
Poll: County Married
The country home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. k. : Gibson at Pefrydale
was the. scene of the wedding of
their , daughter Nellie S. Gibson
and Emil Spencer Stevens of Oak
Grove which was solemnized at
high noon Sunday, August 28.
Th& service was read by Rev. A.
Si Mulligan of Salem before an
improvised altar' or gladioli and
frn, in the presence of thirty re
latives of the bridal couple.
The bride wore a gown of gold
en blond chiffon over satin back
crepe. She carried a bouquet of
pink rosebuds, pink and white as
ters, and. maidenhair fer,n. j
A wqdding breakfast was
served immediately following the
After a short .wedding-trip to
Seaside and Cannon Beach, Mr.'
and Mrs. Stevens will make their
home at Oak Grove.
Guests at the wedding rere (Ir.
and Mrs! Thad Stevens, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs
D. E; Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs. W.
S. Bartlett,' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Wells, Mrs. Elston, Mrs. Mary E.
Gibson, Mrs. Laura S. Crast, Mrs.
Sallie Crast, Miss Rose Mcintosh,
Miss Elizabeth Mcintosh, Miss
Sylvia Mcintosh,' "MJiss Faye
Thompson. Miss Barbara Wells,
Lorenzo Gibson, Leonard Gibson,
J. ; W. Bones, Frank Stevens, Al
len' Stevens, Russell Bennett, and
Luncheqn in Portland Com
plipients Miss Prudhomme
Complimenting her sister, Miss
Eloise Prudhomme, Miss Vera
fredhomme entertained : with a
luncheon Monday In the Campbell
Court Hotel of Portland. Covers
were placed, for eleven, the guests-
being -intimate friends of the
bride-elect.- 7 '".'"T,
; 1 The f Pr ud hm meg,-- 'who have4
niade their home in Salem for-the
past two' years,' recently returned
to Portland.' lt .-..
f Tbe'wedding of Miss 'Prudht)m-
m A onrl Trt natl ' TaAb-KoAh ' Y
twill be an! event of 'late fall.
MrszNttes-OMdyller f ifi
From Neicport 'y- . s ;
J Mrs. Ida. ' L. Nilcs v and I her
4 granddaughters the Misses Mary
Louise and EIlzabeth""Browa, ard
home after spending ten days at
Newport.; ; .a & ,i U f :-i
Guests. at, Da,vis otnc, . . ,
IMr. andiMrrf. "Merrftt mYls'tad
as iheir guests' recently' Mrs. Ag
ns. Goodhue : and her -daujhter.
Prudenc Goodhue, -,ot Portland,
an MIsa (Jertrudo Smilh oYbre
goa City, . -:
Business Meeting of West
Side Circle Ladies Aid
The West Side Circle Ladies'
Aid of Jason Lee Methodist
church will hold a business meet
ing Friday afternoon at two o'
clock at the home .of Mrs. E. M.
Law. 541 Norway street. Mem
bers are asked to bring scissors
end thimbles as sewing will - be
done following the busines ses
House Guests at Newport
Among the house parties given
at Newport over the past week
end was the one at Aikeramo, the
Kummer home of Mr. and Mrs. Fl
Steele Gilbert. Guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert 'were Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin F. Chapler, Mr.' and Mrs.
H. S. Gile, their son, Schuyler
Gile, Miss Adelia Chapler, Mr. and
Mrs: Karl A. Chapler, their daugh
ter, Doris ' Adell Chapler, all of
Salem; and Frank M. Kuehier of
Los Angeles. ' ' V
At Delake for Several Days
Mrs. A. A: Underhlll and Mrs.
M. Little are. spending : several
days at Delake. " " ' "
Salem Party Returns From
British Cohimbia r
Mrs. B. E. Carrier, Mrs. Jennie
Carrier of Pennsylvhnia, andMr.
and Mrs. Charles McCarter re
turned Sunday from a "week's mo
to trip to Mt. Rainier, and Van
couver and Victoria, B. Ci
Recent Guests at Oceanlake
Mr. and Mrs. E. XV. Williams
were recent guests at Oceanlake.
Mrs. Wright Visits in Salem
' Mrs. Joseph ' A. Wrifehl of Le
banon was a guest for several days
I&at week of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Glover. 4" 'k "
GueSt for Several
Days in Salem :
Mrs. J. A. Carson has as her
guest until Sunday .evening, Mrs.
Hugh McCaminon of Portland.
Entertain Miss Corbin '
At Green Gate Banquet
Honoring Miss Hazel Corbin, of
New York .City, speaker at the
nurses institute, and ;3lisa Ida
Tyelten, of the Marion county
child health demonstration, who
has resigned her position as as
sistant director of nursing ser
vice. Miss Elnera E.. Thomsen en
tertained members of the nursing'
staff of the Marion county health
demonstration and visiting speak
ers of .the j Institute at -dinner
Tuesday night in the Green Gate
rppm of the' Spa. '
Spring Valtey Families '
I1 Picnic , Along Willamette
zPRING VALLEY, Aug. 31.
( Special. )--Mr. and ' Mrs.' Lfaf
Randall V and children"'. Theron,
Clyde, Gorden and Buddy,' spent
Friday, evening- picnicking .on.'.the
banks of tha-Wlllamette' with the
Frank Smith family. v, ,
Mrs.' CE-'Moffitt and son Rus
sell - of Salem- wereSunday guests
of , Mr. and "Mrs. Frank Windsor.
They"' enjoyed canoeing 'In the
'Emory Hobbs of Salem is spend
ing! this week as the guest of his
grandparents', ;Mr, ndfMrs.F. G.
McLench. , JnU, j y
-f Mr. and Mrs. T. O Allison of
Beaver were Friday, guests of Mr.
and Mrs; Frank Windsor. '
; Mr. and Mrs, ::r 3. ,P. ohn. .and
family were' 'guests of Mr.and
&ry. Jesse Latourelfe of Salem.A
f Mr. and Mrs. C. jSI, ChUders of
Maitland. Mo., left ' Monday for
California after spending several
days asjt&e-g ut - of -M r. and - M rs.
John - Chi Wers.- , s,---. -rrr
Mr.:- and Mrsi'JamesMcAlvIn
and eoni'''James, "Jr., of , Salem
called at the Trankr Smith homo
on Sunday. " ' " " ' ' '
"' ' ' ' ' 4 ' '
S'M E.PMEJJiis, T O B E 0 BSXRE D ,S'
Wi'tdilben Shcexpeas it. This , is it'and pepper it and add a touchNof SSv jxl
I the ancient and honorable rite of
drc'sslng a salad. And she is 'a past
lAgkdy conversing with her part-
i ner she pours and mixes and peppers
and stirs. -
;f TJwp .yinetri j;Uss cruets, a silver
bowl, pepper pots and shakers. These
are her magic tools.
And tbis is the incantation sheets
whspipg0t helr . - - -.
"Three parts Wesson Ojl one
pajt vinega" lEutspntimes heri
she jsants, a . tart dressing she puts in
two parts of vineear '"of leirion 'mice,
instead. If your vinegar or lemons are
. ..espsaailyouvwhy then use less. -Salt ing just as you want it to.
it and pepper it and add a touchof
paprika. ' 1 : : v'
It is a charming custom to mix
French Dressing at the table. It gives
your dinner a nice note 'of individu
ality. And it' means a freshly blended -dressing!
That is always : important
' " Vou can make this pleasant ere
nony. pleasanter by r-adding: various
condiments to tilts simple Wesson Oil
French Dressing. , ' j bit pjf Chili sauce"
fotii vegetable salad; a few slivers of -pickles,
or aTiiVtle" Worcestershire
Sauce for simple salads pt .greens.
Wesson Oil isverydelicatern flavor.
,It is very wholesome and good to eat
in itself and it blends in Frencli Dress-
Wash., was a caller in this vicinity
oA Friday: ' v . ' ' ' '
-Mr: and Mrs. Arthur Chute were
Sunday callers at the W. A. Chute
home. - ' v; ' !
tMr. and Mrs. C. E. Alderman
and son Junior were Monday call
ers at the home of Mrsr A. E.
StvenSoaff tSalenri ' .
'-f 'af -.r t.A t ii d-' KM
OREGON NOT AS 4TItICT AS
; EAST.MiAYS LIBRARIAN -
Censorship of s books in' Oregon
is riot as strict as In 'Boston. Miss
Cornelia Marvin, state librarian,
tdld the - Hotary "elu yesterday
i Many of the books which are
taboo in Massachusetts find :thelr
way : into Oregon -home through
the state library. As long, aa
nothing indecent is . circulated,
Oregon citizens 'are entitled to
have the books they want, declared
Hiss Marvin. Some of the modern
fiction books hav a waiting list
of .-considerable ; proportions s
IBooks pf a f rivolus nd an un-i
seemly . nature by mediocre .,av
thors, , however, are not purchased,
even, though there are numerous
requests for them. :;,
fMissV .Marvin, .narrated , . the
gt-owth of book circulation In Ore
gbni from the -time" the state Mb
brary was established "tt ; years
ago to the present day,. ' The state
library grew t f rom a single 4esk
with one librarian to- Its 'present
in fruence One-third of the.peQple
In j Oregon now receive direct ser
vice, and .others are . occasional
1 At present there are 25.0o mall
ofder patrons, 0,000 registered
readers, ana - nnmerous ; xther
people served by the .610 branch
libraries. Fire demonstration li
braries are maintained while 122,
5 IS volumes were sent oi)t-ln 30,
000 shipmenta last year. T' -1
; I A new feature which is expected
to I be of ,lQetimable t. value to
people who live in isolated j dis
tricts Is theJ establishment" of so
called f "little libraries.- 1 v Seven
hnodred -'ten"orthe 1S13 "one
rdonr"rttrarschoolsTin' Oregon are
supplied 'witiTrilbrarles of ... bQut
25 tolumes each. The books: sent
are those such as would be of. most
interest to the young pupils.
jtg I1SUQ yhH Mgfln
county contributes each year to
support of the library, 6,5 W books
are loaned tto residents here. Di
rect service to local patrons' bad to
be discontinued ' because of Inter
ference with' the1 mail order bus!
ness, the chief purpose of tb li
braryt Miss Jarvin.said..
1- tiui''i'i- .....; . m :
VOTED AT 11L
All Student Activites Placed
C In Own. Hands; drad 1
f Manager .Provided "
OREGON NQTM AL CHOOL,
Monmouth, Aug. 3 1.( Special ) (
By an .overwhelming majority of
rotes the new constitution was ac
cepted by the student body of , the
Oregon 'Noraal School.- here .Mon
day. Tfce work pf drafting a. more
up-to-date .constitution for .the
normal . school, has . been in ,the
bands of , cpmmittee . of . , four
students nd .the. riesalts , of their
labor. Is considered one of the most
outstanding achievements of the
summer session, .Tne. new. ct)n
stitntlpn has been patterned f after
those, Jbeing used at tlief tTnlvrsi
tieapf .Oregon "and .Wasbingtoli.'
4 tThe cpmtolttee ljarlng charge of
this! work is composed pf .Wayne
Harding jo Sherwood, ; chairman :
Ear) Stewart of Monmouth; Vada
Rutherford oL Ontario and . Flor
ence .Steele. of. Portland., , i
Qne. of the salient features of
the i new constitution ,1s the' plac
ing of . all studentbodyctlTiUes
directly in the hands of . ' the
students. The new "ruling wilt go
into effect at the-beginning tf the
fall-term. September,? 6,, 1S2I, i4
y Another new feature Is the .ad
option tot .the I graduate ' Tstudent
manager system. The student cou
cil, -commltlees and.otber student
departments hare been greatly
changed 'and x recogniied. ' Provi
sions.. barm .been made for . the
opening of cooperative book
Btorerwhlcb will begin to function
Iwo; years hence. .. It ;. will be
strictly ,epntrolIed by : the. student
body.? yy ; ' . , ' . ,'.:
; Before coming up to rote In. the
student body the new constitution
pcelT1'! - till- ,m,rr,Yl - rl
President J. S- Jan(ers iiind the
student .council, tci : ) , ; ; . j '
Woodland Smoking Prohibited
4 .BATES Ore. Persons, may not
smok while in motion that is,
while walking, driving or ridjlng
ln the national forests, i under, a
code for smokers .drawn up at a
meeting of forest officials here.
s ,"Mommer,", .said Marion, ;"t
wish people,, wouldn't speak of me
as a i bride elect. tIt sounds as 1
I had won Charles in a' competi
tion." f "But If he picked you LaT
preference to the others isn't that
complImentarylJ;A?Yes,' but some,
of the elrla maTafm T vm Atari.
ed by a small majorltyV ; (
p "p , .j iTrt. r
'IT '. :
i.HE season's outstanding
values in "Coats for fall
x : and. winter wear vntn ncn ,iur r
I collars and cuffs. Coats that
T p4 . Jend chici perioiality " a n d
x - sty Ie distinction to 't h e I r
l'y' .wearers wherever .worn--f or
every coat is a beautiful ex-
' amtIe of ;fine . a i T or 1 n g, ;
. , , ....... - - ? , -'. '
exquisite soft materials, soft .
warm' shades ; and the last
word in style ibt fall and
. winter, 1D27. Sizes'for women
- jand inisses. . -