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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1927!
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Sand from Yonkers. New York,
University Couple Will:
be Married Tomorrow
?jr friends in Portland as well
asftem are interested in the
niarage 6f Miss Ruby C. Peter
eon and Mr. Ralph C. Curtis which
will be solemnized' tomorrow
morning at ten o'clock in 7 the
chapel of Willamette University.
The service will be read by Kev.
J. J. Patton of Dundee, and uncle
of the bride-to-be.
Only rtiftber iof the Immediate
families wiQ be present - ),
Mitts Ieteraon- i: the' daughter
of Dr .and Mrs H Peterson of
Portland (pirhile Mr.J.Curtia' par-
'"T live in Salem. - "
i jA Both young, people are promi
PDPDt members of fhe senior class
of Willamette University.
Mr. t'urtl lclty editor or The
Oregon Statesman.- -"
After a short wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs: Curtis will be at home
at 2 1 6 4 Maple street.
Mis Margaret McDaniel
Becomes Bride of
Willis Oury Hisey,
A wedding of much Interest In
Salem is that of Miss Margaret
McDaniel. daughter of Mrs. T. S.
McDaniel of Portland, and Willis
Oury Hisey. son pt Dr.' and Mr?.
Albert S. Hisey of: giiem, which
was solemnized yeatfltOd jittet't
noon at four o'clock jjAA6IR6se
City - Park MetUodtol ... taur,e? ' "q'f .
Portland, with Jtev. Hisey leading
the service in .the presence, of a
large assemblage of relatives and
friends of the bridal couple. J.
The bride. -who -was given In
marriage by her brother' Wilson
McDaniel,, wore .a beautiful gown
of .satin, and old1 lace with a veil
of lace and tulle. She carried a
shower bouquet of. Ophelia roses
and lilies ef the valley.
wo Her matron of honor, Mrs.
.n T To miin ( 7. Anno T .n i
Vpndar) of Vashon,- Washington,
II " . . . . . - t.W M
wore -lavenaar geurBeiie wnu a.
picture hat of velvet in the same
shade. Miss Elisabeth McDaniel
of St. Paul, Minnesota, a cousin
of irie bride, was- maid of honor.
She' wore a frock? op lace In nas
turtiura tones and a picture hat of
.velvet in the' same Colors. Both
aitendants carried shower . bou-fiiiets-in
harmony-; - - -.
Truman . Collins acted aabest
man.1 " Pour' Kappa Gamma -Kho.
Fraternity brothers of tb& groom.
Victor- Carlson, Robert-- Notsotf, :
wwref, the ' ushers:. """
. Mr?. Farmer sang" "At Dawnlflg"
rOAdman-candr "A1 Birthday"
( WordmanThe wedding -march.--!
-Twre played b Mrs WessJer w J
t receUoaatAhehome ot.the
bfid"s mother" followed:' tbe ceret--mon.
Mrs. McDaniel an Dr. and
Mrs. Hiaey received with tbe bride
and groom -r!f r: r :'s . '.'
Mra.. Elmer Dowdey, Mis Grace
Collins, and Miss Helen Camp
bell cut Ices Jtndf poured. .Miss
Helen. Heiser, Miss Blaine Obergv
Miss Caroline Oberg, Miss- Mar
garet '.Bo Dine, Mrs, ,Louis La
Bare. ' Misa Myrtle Ljensen, Miss
s1VflRutb Hewitt.'. andMJsa Ruth KdV
rnonas assisiea- wun ine sermuB.
Both Mr and Mrs. Hisey were
members or tne. gTaauauus
-lass -of WHlainette University.
Mrs. Hisey la a member of the
Beta Chi sorority while Mr. Hisey
is affiliated! with, the Kappa Gam
ma Rho .fraternity Mrs. Hisey
has studied at Columbia Universi
ty, and at Sorbonne- In Prance.
Mr. Hisey studied at Syracuse
I nivepsity following hte gradua
tion from Willamette 1
After a wedding trip through
Canada, Mr. and Mrsi Hfaeyf will
make their home In Rumford.
Maine, where Mr. Hisey is la liuslr
ness. ;,;; ..j ' 1
I at nch eon Meeting of-
Pi Beta Phi .rftllf
Members or PliBeta Phi will
met for laheheoti today in the
Creen 'Gate Room of the Sja.
Spending the Week
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Stearns and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B Ashley are
speuding the week at Rockaway.
Wives of Visiting
- The wivec of the physicians
who are now In attendance at the
meeting of trho Oregon State Medi
cal Society In Salem will be guests
this afternoon : of the wives of
members of the TrUcounty Medi
cal assocition - oh a drive about
the surrounding country. The
visiting 'ladles will meet at the
Chamber' of Commerce at two
thirty o'clock.' ;
: A theater party has-been plan
ned for this evening- at the Kl
sinore theater. Later the party
will go to the Gray Belle for re
freshments. Miss Lucille Moore
One of the outstanding affairs
of the summer season was the
bridge tea for whieh Miss Cather
ine Hartley was hostess Wednes
day afternoon in her home on
North Capitol street, compliment
ing Miss Lucille Moore.
The living rooms of the Hart
ley home were very attractive
with baskets of late summer
The guest .group included the
borior guest,' Miss Moore, Miss
Mary Cuppier, Miss Marjorie Mel
ltnger. Miss Leah Ross, Miss
Frances Hodge, Miss Lola Millard,
Miss. Priseilla Fry, Miss Dorothea
Steusloff, Mrs. Ted. Chambers, Mrs.
Claude Steusloff. Miss Mamie Vic-
f (or. Miss Grace Holt, Mrs. Louise
Griffith, Miss Iva Clare Love. Miss
Margaret ' Stolt. Mrs. W. ' W.'
Moore, Miss Margaret Brelten
stein. Miss Heleoe Gregg, Miss
Dorothy Moore, Miss Charlotte
Zeiber, Mtss Helen Campbell, Miss
Rosalie Buren, Miss Florence
Power, Miss Prudence Patterson,
Miss Lenta Baumgartner, Miss-
Ruth Griffith. Miss Eugene Zei
ber, Miss Betty McMillan of Le
banon, Miss Margaret Pierce of
Oorvallis, and Miss Rovena Eyre.
High score prize for the af
ternoon's play 'was- won by Mrs.
Claude Steusloff. Miss Moore re
ceived a guest prize. ,
Miss Hartley was assisted at
the- tea hour by Miss Margaret
Breltenstein, Miss Dorothy Moore,
and Miss Rovena Eyre.
Weekr End Special
I Patties I
Fr jsh 'YrW Tdrtland. -
.t I- IT"
Regular Price 50c ar lb. r
Saturday" only, - ',
Only at, . .
O. 1 hRua STORE ,
Phone V197 '
Go to EasternOregon i
for a Fortnight '
' Mr. and Mrs.. E. E. Bragg Miss
Edith Bragg, and Miss Leah Ross:
have gone 'to.' eastern Oregon
where they will remain for a fort
night. - :Ji ' ' :
Leaving This Morning .
for Gearheart ,
Mr, and' Mi-a. W- D. Clarke and
theip hf ldrn," tiofiS And Bobby,
left this" morning" for Gearheart'
where tliey: will rejpain -lor-twe
weeks. ' ' '
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I .Annual'. MinnBsnla' nlcftlc. '. Fair
grounds. V Basket :dinner aerved
at' noon. ; ' -i ;
Business, meeting, West Side
Circle Ladles AtdJ Mrs. E." M.
Law. S41 Norway St.
Woman's Club' of Salem
Luncheon meeting of PI Beta
PhL Green Gate Room' of the
Spa. 1 o'clock.
First meeting of D. A. ' R.
Mrs. W. 1L. Byrd, 595 Court
U'. 72. C. G. A. R. Picnic
at the Fairgrounds
Members of the W. R. C. and
G. A. R. attended the annual pic-
I nic of those "organizations which
was held Wednesday in the G. A.
R. building at the Fairgrounds.
- Honor guests. were Mrs. W.r H.
Byars who was eighty-four years
of age on that day and Mrs. Eliza
bet h Bliss who observed the eighty-third
anniversary of her birth
day Tuesday. The large birthday
cake, baked by Mrs. Bliss' grand
daughter, Miss Ethel Perkey, of
Puyallup. Washington, was a fea
ture or the picnic dinned.
The remainder of the afternoon
wag spent with conversation and
Guests hi Salem
for Several Days
Professor and Mrs. Glenn Blas
dell and their son, Edwin Blas
dell, who recently moved to Port-
of; Mr. a,nd MrsWilllam 3. Moses,
In tbir! borne on' Nortel Capitol
street-. J -.ry? ' 4i 'if ' ' r
: Mr.-'Moses' and - Mr; Blasdell'
were schoolmates In Pennsylvania,
Mr. Blasdell received his master's
degre1 from Syracuse- University,
and f is ' " the author' of" several'
science text books now In use in
the publie schools. He will be
heart: of-' the science department of
Jefferson-HIghf school in Portland
during the coming year.
Regular Meeting of Royal
Neighbors of AmeHca,
Held Wednesday Evening
The regular meeting of the Roy?
al Neighbors of America was held
Wednesday evening in St. Paul's
Parish Hall. A shower was given
during the social hour, which fol
lowed the business session, com
plimenting Miss Mildred Graybill,
whose marriage will take place
later in the month.
Members of the committee in
charge of the affair were Mrs.
Sarah Nelson, Mrs. Ida McCnl
lough. Mrs. LaVerna Fiala, and
Mrs,. Virginia Ahalt.
Refreshments were served later
In the evening.
The Misses Hart Entertain
in Honor of House Guest
. Tire Misses Doris and Virginia
Hart entertained Tuesday with a
luncheon in their home compli
menting Miss Theda Moore of
Med ford, who has been their
house guest for the past week.
Covers were placed at the lun
cheon fable, centered with vari
colored summer flowers and blue
(Continued on pnge. 4
ACCOUNT OF LABOR DAY
f . Tickets on Sale Sept. 2, 3, 4, 5
Return Limit Sept. 7
Proportional reductions to other O. E. Ry. stations.
Trains leave daily for Portland at 7:10 a. m., 10:10
a. in., 1:05 p. m., 4:00 p. m., 5:30 p. m., 8:20 p. m.
For Eugene, Albany and Corvallis at 10:00 a. m., 12:55
p. m., 4:15 p. m., 8:10 p. m.
Tickets, further information, etc., of
Trav. Psgiv Agt.
J. W. lUekie
Take advantage of the Kafoury Bros. Ten Payment Credit Plan.
THe 'Payment Tlan; has Je many families have their mer
chandise much sooner than they could have hoped for otherwise Tf
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ItV High Time to Check Over Sister and Junior's
36-inch Costume Velvets in
colors at, yd., $1.98,
56-inch all wool flannels
in bright new
shades Jat, yd.
f 42-iriohi all wool ' Princess
cloth, pretty new d0 OP
coloring!?, a yd.
40-inch washable silk Crepe
de Chine, a big. QO
line, of colors, yd.vJO
. patterns, a yd.
suitings, a yd.
3G-ineh silk stripe Madras
i for shirts and blouses, a yd.
35c, 49c, 69c
; 32-inch Devonshire
for blouses, d, j
Chadrens Rayon faced lisle Tiose" in. beige
Girls' Silk hose, "The Bllie Crane" l
a pair - -
Girls Silk hose, "The Humming- Birch s '
Children's najTow'ribbcd cotton hoiin beige,- " OtL;-4
U iJiXlL . - ..-- t
Children's school sweat
ers $28 to 45.00
. Children's v Rain Coats
$2.75 to $3.25
I ? Salem j, Stores -'J
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J "tA?T AMI W!
PortUftd SHk Store; 802 Alder St. ' , ;.
Everyltody Is tfjiTor-.tlie
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dome early! Be the first one in if you want to biiy'or not, come and look around. Make- yourself at home, j
You -will b surprise at therria.ny bargains-you cati 'get at the dollar stord' YesM the store will be flooded With
thousandHof baiamsfNotjiing ovctr one dollar.7 We have not only searched our own country from the Atlantic to .
the Pacific but "have gone to -far away Japan, China, France and Italy and, are now giving you, thejopportunity to 4
get more for your dollar than ever before. Every cent you spend, every item you inly must give satisfaction or
your money back. We havetcome-to satisfy and to serve. Compare our prices, compare our quality and you will
say "The Dollar Store Is The Place To Buy." Everything will be marked and on tables and counters ready for the ,
big rush the regular "help yourself-style" your store and ours. The store that you will feel at home in and will ;
always want to come back to. Don't forget the date and place. : . , ,
Saturday, Sept 3 142 So. High St.", Just Across From O. E. Depot
Now comes one of
the - greatest and .
bargains we have
Sold the world over
for? $1.75 to $2.00.
Get t yours while
they last for
. Another Great.
ICED TEA SETS
Consisting of 6
glasses and pitcher,
fancy cut and trim
med, while they last
Ladies' Rayon ,
NIGHT GOWNS "
Regular $2.00 Value
Ladies' Silk' Rayon
In All Colors
- Ladies' Assorted
All Sizes and Colors
In Black and Assorted
.. . Colprs
One of the Many
& Pair. Fob..
-3 Pair For -
Regular $1.98 Value
Ladies and Choldren's
Assorted Styles and
Assorted Sizes and
In AU New Styles
In All Sizes, Good Grade
. . Children chool
, ' , VASES '
Imported from J apan
. ' . 2 for ,
HOODS AND SAQUES
In Pink and Blue Trim
r 4 -
' J-"- Esjnpnd, Baby ,
r ; BLANKETS ;
In Pink and Blue, 30x40
Men's, Women's and.
Silk and-woql, both,
coat , and slip-on "
styles, all sizes and
' color combinations.
Just the thing for
school and sport-,
Your choice, Each
Shirts ' ;
All Sizes ahd Colors
51:00 - v'
. 2 Suits "
Boys? Broadcloth "
All Sizes - . '
. Men's SUIT Rayon
In White and Blue '
18x36, Regular 30c
'4for , ?
Doll andFrame Bdurdoir
f Various Shapes
Ladles" IV Bow '
BRASSIERES - - n
- ' -4'for;--:.-:--
. '. ;'MeJjV
- Y v kiddies'
; Ages 2 and' up'
M LINEN TOWELS -
-i 18x24--" -- :;f:.
Turkish ' ;
24x42,. Extra Heavy.
Imported . ,
' SMOKING SET3
' Your Choice
CURLING, IRON ;
;J; ' ;r .,"
Vella 2-torie Woven
'isc W'i RUGS. . 4V , u , .-'
4 ( 1 .
( Imported '
Various Sizes and
; . MIXINGr BOWLS
' VI V'l.OO J r'.
r STAMP BOXES "
Pottery and'Noyelty I
: of All - Descriptions
' Ntfir Fkll- -s
1 "vCoat or Dress,' All ColoW 1
i tAND MANY MORE HUNDKEDS OF ' BARGAINS YOU WILLv FIND; IN THE STORE.-THAT TIMD A1ID j
SPACE HAVE'NOT PERMITTED tTS TO ADVERTISE-HURRY- ANp t)OK THEM OVEU. ,