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THE OREGON: STATESMAN'S
SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 'lo l9i27 : .
f1 owe r. Compliments
'" ii a. , Hana Hofstetter and Mrs.
Orton Hilfiker were hostesses a,
a shower one evening last week
complimenting' Mrs. Conrad Egg
ler (Ida Hilfiker) whose marriage
took place Wednesday afternoon.
Games were the diversion of the
evening- At a late hour refresh
ments were served and 'the honor
Missionary Society, Congrega
tional Church. Mrs.L, H. McMa
han, 791 North Front Street. 230
Woman's Bfble Class of First
M. E. Church. Mrs. A. A. Lee,
1515 State street, hostess.
Alliance of Unitarian church.
guest presented with many attrac-. Luncheon, 'cfruroh dining room,
tive gifts. ; . 10 o'clock.
Those present , were Mr. ana Missionary Society
Mrs. Conrad Eggler. Mr. and Mrs. cnureh. Mrs. G. Ed
August Hilfiker, Miss Gladys and Court street, hostess.
Miss Williamina Hilfiker, Mr. and Saturday
Mrs. Albert Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Salem Woman's
Albert Hilfiker and their sons, house. 2:30 o'clock.
Kenneth. Eugene, and Melvln Hil- Woman's' Relief
tlker, Miss Beverly Jones, Mr. ana cornack Hall. 2 o'clock.
Mrs. Bernhard Hilfiker, and w. R. c. cooked food and ap-
daughtere, Ine and Evelyn Hil- r0n sale. Southern Pacific Tick-
tiker, Arthur Jones, Miss Barbara et office, 184 North Liberty street.
Jones, Julius Hilfiker, Miss Ilel- All day.
ene Bair, Reuofn Hilfiker, Mr; and Monday
Mrs. Harry Wechter and their Executive committee. American
children Eugene and Kent Wech- Legion Auxiliary. Legion hall.
ter, Mr. Hans Hofstetter and ehil- 7:30 o'clock.
dren, Gordon, Grover Lee and Tnowday
Rodney, Mr. Orton Hilfiker, Mr. General meeting. Salem Arts
and Mrs. Peter Eggler and the League. Public library. 8 o'clock.
hostess, Mrs. Hofstetter ana xnrs.
Mrs. Hart Entertains
Miss Burns Returns
From the South
Thursday 'Club, mib 'Ann Reed Burns retorned
Mrs Lena Han was.nosiww a. .t. ...,fl uum nan
a luncheon Thursday in her home rancisco wnere she has visited
on Waller street, having aai her Wends and relatives for several
guests the members of the
..It J.. Pink1
. .. for Mrs.i Rns "":'it llfl unaae
Erickson. Mrs. A. R. Vandernoor, r suu e vening
Mrs. William Hardy, Miss Wilraa
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.CahdBates;fieedd In jMany
Sections; Chan ce to Win ,
i a Great Silicces .
be a quitter. Don't be a coward.
Fight! ; You know 1927 wW re
ward fighters. . . .. ., .
Miss Alys Murphy, daughter of Mr. sand Mrs. A. W. Murphy, of
Cleveland, O., is to marry S. C Bernett, son of the president of the
Erie railroad, in September. She is shown at Spring Lake, N. J.,
where she has been passing the summer, and she appeared as "The
Bride" in a fashion show.
Hardy, Mrs; C. F. Robinson,; Mrs.
Dorothy Martin. Miss Dorothea I
Robinson, Miss Doris Hart, Miss
Virginia Ruth Hart, and the: host
ess Mrs. Hart.
The afternoon was spent in sew
ing. Visiting Grandparents
.Tan Kantner of Seattle is
iitincr her erandoarenta. Dr. and 1 Barbara Chapman, Miss lone Em
Mrs. W. C. Kantner for two weeks. I Dler. Miss Cleo Guy. Miss Margar-
Home From Summer
After spending the greater part Brant. Miss Mary Lou Aiken, Miss
fho mmfr at Seaside. Mrs. ames an or Salem
Ralph Glover and her daughter, . , ,
r.i. i.,v Mtiim. K'KCSM m Salem
ansa a"'"' ' I ri,. ...
1 p1 to their home In Salem, K California
Mrs. Loveland Hosetss at
Meeting of Ladies
Aid of W. R. C.
Professor Hertzog Ad
dresses W. H. M. b. of
First Methodist Church
Professor W. H. Hertzog gave
a particularly interesting as well
as instructive address on "The
Rural Church as a Missionary
Enterprise," before the members
Dorothy of the Woman's Home Missionary
society when they met Wednesday
afternoon in the church parlors.
Miss Gladys Mclntyre sang
manner. The devotions were in
charge of Mrs. C. F. Wilson. Mrs.
Sheaf f of Pittsburg, Pennsylvan-
et Fry, Miss Otella Frye. all of I ia. also save a short address and
Dallas; Miss Ruth Peyton, Miss I Mrs. L. T. Bennett spoke on the
uohy Laughlin. Miss Dorothv I subiect "Rallrin? our Forces."
Miss Charlotte Orr and Miss
Flora Brown entertained a group
of their friends with a bridge
party in the Orr home on D street
Miss Augusta Gerlinger won the
club prize, and Miss
Brant the guest prize.
The guest group Included Miss
Ethel Johnson, Miss . Mariorie
Johnson. Miss Augusta Cerliiitrr
Miss Madaline Cerlincpr xtiaa
ADULT STUDY URGED
MAKES INDIVIDUAL "2 PER
r'BXT BETTER," ARGUED
Every person is given a "check
book on the bank of time." What
will he do with it?
One hour per day spent In stu
dy of a particular field should
make a man "two per cent" bet-
(By Radio Contest Editor)
It ia just a few Weeks until the
Statesman's "evetrybody wins
something" radio cot test comes to
an end. Many sections of the"
city and its . environs are still
without representatives in this
gift-giving event. Certainly the
condition which exists today can
not be because ' the prizes, are not
These radios J bicycles and oth
er valuable prizes will be given
away without cost, regardless of
the success of the enterprise, to
those who are : nominated.
In today's paper there aTe
many nominations and very Jew
are doing anythling'personally It
seems ' to me tiiat with the valu
able prizes we are offering that
more would take interest and get
out and secure votes. There is
yet time for you to get In,! but
your nomination; should reach the
contest office in the very near fu
ture. All those having (entered
should report wlthsubseripitions
every day, so that subscribers may
get their papers., , , If ' you - want
yur friends to1 help ybtf. show by
your vote county you -mean busin
ess. """" .
Considering t the . prize list " and
the fact that active uvndldateil
who do not reiceive one of the ra
dios, bicycles, or other, valuable
prizes, receive an 8 per cent cash
commission on the money they
turn in, there' should be many
more contestants today. The ra
dios, "bicycles, phonographs and
other prizes are going to be giv
en away just as announced.
"It's the times," says one boy.
No, it Js not the time8. Conditions
are as they are and they are the
same for everyone. $175 radios
and the other prizes will be given
away. It makes no difference
what the "times" are. The "times"
do not win for you. Votes and
ter than his fellows in that field,
declared Edward Westfield. mem-,1 votes alone will win for you. The
ber of the firm Beckman-Hollister I only thing you have to do to win
Mrs .GeOrge H. Alden was elec
ted president of the club to suc
ceed Mrs. George Lewis.
Mrs. Ronald Glover was chair
man or me iea commuiee. utner the lower plane, some
members . were JSIrs. t McAdams, plane of sataisfaction.
Mrs. Baker, Mrs, wrigbt, Mrs.
Lewis, and Mrs. Kuntz.
The tea table was lovely with
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mollencon
have had as their house guests
for several days, Mr. and Mrs.
Tillman Singer of Los Aneeles.
Th Ladies' Aid of the wom-lv''rnia, wno are enroute to thelPmk asters ana pink tapers
. i f paor I ttt i 1 1 : rt. . i i
an a -Relief, corps met weanesuay i i nmis . nawiey puureu.
afternoon at the home of Mrs. - . , I About fifty members of the so
Bertha Loveland. Forty-two marriea at Kantner Home J ciety were present for this first
"members and euests were pres- rju.a. ivo uuuningnam ana I meeimg or tne rail
i nenry i. 'rurnbull wprp tnarriwi
Members of the committee for "BUBesaar evening at the Home " iu,uu,ui
the afternoon were Mrs. Metue
and company, business engineers,
at the Lion's club luncheon yea-'
There are three planes in life,
the speaker declared, mediocrity,
satisfaction, and admiration. The
great mass of people remain on
,tte select few who have a strong
desire to overcome obstacles reach
the top plane.
Mr. Westfield urged his hear
ers continually to study to become
experts in their chosen field, and
not to follow the "camel" theory
education, merely taking one
Schram. Mrs. Elizabeth Bliss, Mrs.
Jessie Crosson, "Mrs. Ruth Denni-
son, Mrs. Mary' Neyhart, and Mrs.
Readings were given by Mrs.
Hattie Cameron, Mrs. Jennie T.
B. Jones, Mrs. Louise Kraps, Mrs.
of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. -Kantner I Mr- and Mrs. IT. G. Shipley were
with Dr. Kantner reading the ser-guests in Portland one day earli-
Mr. and Mrs. Turnbull will re
er in the week.
turn to Pprtland to make their
Return From Neicport
Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Acheson
and their daughters, Helen and
Mary Acheson, have returned from
Newport' where they spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Weiser
Ina Koon. Mrs. Louisa Koon, I t"l,li;' m ire nunur
Mrs. Cordelia La Bare, Mrs. Ber- Of House UUest
lha Loveland, Mrs. Jennie M. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Weiser were! Guests at Elliott Home
tin. Mrs. Matthews, "Mrs." Bessie I hosts for a waffle breakfast one! Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Elliott will
.Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth Pound,-morning early in the week com-1 nave as their guests for several
Mrs. J. N. Robertson, Mrs. Emma 1 pllmentfng Miss Claudia Carlisle I weeks. Mrs. Howafd J. Elliott and
Mrs. I her daughter, Miss Maxine Elliott,
of Danville, Illinois.
Vtstfori wir Mrs John RnblnS. i Vfc How Was used in the dininel rt j3fsvnu ine y eeh,
" - . " a i xr...i.-
Mrs. -lflrirnncn Ttolenbfirir. Mrs. I room, the ' table beiner centered I " vKSKOUjib
. . c., T -i ... " , . .. .
Karah Ratnn. Mr S. ir. Smllev. I with marleolds in those shades I mr- anu Alrs- oy. -anuft t.neir
i.Mrw. Jennie Woolery. "Miss ErneH- and yellow candles. lu,miea- itooeria.. na. ana Charl-
itine Odenborg, Comrade Nelson, - .Covers wer arranged for thai58' ana M,ss Fieener are
ronor guest. Miss Carlisle, Mr.
and Mrs.. George Thurman, Mr
Thompson'Mrsi John Robtns, Mrsijof iXiOS Angeles, a niece of
Florence debo'fg.a.nd'lirs. S. lljtWelser's. . ,
ii nd Comrade Remington.
Executive Committe of?-i:
A mertean Legion
A axilta Will Mp.p1
The executive committee, of the I Mr. and Mrs. Weiser.
American Legion Auxiliary will
meet Monday evening at seven
hlrty o'clock in the Legion hall
leaving today for Neskowin where
they will spend the Week
and -Mrs. ; Earle Morphew, Miss
Irene Morphew,' Mr. Harvey Wat
ers Mr. E. D. Greet, and the hosts,
Miss Albert a
Guest in Washington
, .Miss Josephine Albert is a guest
for the week of ber aunt, Mrs. F.
A. Wiggins, in Toppenish, Wash
ington, and also of Mrs. Reuben j Blodgett ead the service before
uenz in iiKima.
Helen Yamell and William
Miss Helen L. .Yamell and Wil
liam A. Dunigan were married
las,,t Monday evening at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Yamell, on . North
Sixteenth street. Rev. W. M,
LYLE RETAINED AS DRY
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Seattle within a few days, It was
said at the treasury.
Visiting in the East
.Mrs. Fannie M.. Chittendnn and
an . Improvised altar of autumn
flowers. ; t
A reception . followed the cere-
n.a.a. ..j I Diony.
....b. ivhiu nwjre ieii inursuaj i , rl Klrl
Alli s oiiui b nvuuug a i
for an extended visit in the east.
They will visit relatives in Iowa
un.l Ohio and will stop at Niagra
and Mrs. Dunigan will make their
home at Hazel Green
SEATTLE, Sept. 9. (AP)-
Federal officers here said that Al
bert M. Hubbard and Richard LI
(Diekl iFryant, whose suspension
as prohibition agents was an
nounced today in Washington,
where "key" witnesses in several
liquor conspiracy cases here.
Among cases in which were slat
cd to appearor 4.he .government
as witnesses, ar;'; , ...
' wtu TY They Home From Southern Oregon
will also attend the O. A. R. con- f. chiin.
veutlon fn Grand Rapids
gan.- , -
The Olmsted sc&se Involving 77
defendants; "tbeine policemen's
case" with '45 defendants andi the
Mrs. Walter L. Spaulding and ZCT conspiracy case involving a
iiM daughter. Tone. areiscose or- prominent aeieuuaiiis.
home after spending a 'week inFryant,was one of the witnesses
southern Oregon -as the guests of ao tPPea teiepnone wires 10 on
Mr. Rnanldine'a mother. Mrs. tarn eviaence, agamsi itoy uim
Nora Grant Mitterrand her broth-
; er, Mr.- Clay d Miller.
sted. Olmsted, a former police
lieutenant was convicted of liquor
conspiracy and sentenced to the
penitentiry, as were a number of
codefendants. Olmsted is appeal
ing his conviction in the United
... - ... ... i
Class Has Meeting
,i Members of the Standard Bear
ers . class "of the . First Methodist
mot 'rV?n.esd!T. ereng Rainbow Girls Will Have
at the home of their adviser. Mrs. ViL- nht
j' Lee wvMKf uhu iwynw
nrouUnni n.f tu . i.'ot The Order or tne ltainoowi -
Bi,rr. una.. t,tti rmi. w i-1 1 t mv fjfris win hoia a motner ana nuou&iu wa a cmt.
man nr ii,. ri,rMt,n -a.i dauithter banauet Saturday even-of Olmsted, who became a dry ag
.Amn.tiiw.".."n.:. i..k- t'ii Mnir- Sentember 17. at six o'clock.' lent after he furnished evidence
corresponding secretary, gave re- installation ot orncers wm ibko aKatL i" 3 T i
nr.rf nf hii. ..ti.ti.. ih. i) ace ( lmmemateiy lonowing uie crgauuduou. . itCOl.
I. .. ...... i j T" i Ar.AtiM trA ikl AiA.h -a mAtxA ta rf urn Af
Miss II ing Tsai a Willamette I and' fathers are Invited to the ser-iltne liquor running scuooner
tltersUy'stftdent' from' 'Chinaavice. ; . i . -.f.i - T .
I 'All Rainbow girls Intending to 1 j. Its a good thing Lindy ian t oia
be, present at the 5 banquet 'musiier or incy wouia, Drnieuuuuia
the very biggest prize is to have
the ntost votes. The only thing
you have to do to win a radio is
to lead in your district. x And, ev
ery candidate who doesn't win a
radio or one of the other grand
prizes is guaranteed 8 per cent
cash commission on each dollar in
subscriptions he or she turns in
Here it is in a nutshell: If
"times" are slow, then the total
will probably be less. You win Just
the same. It can't be the times
Apparently there are a lot of
folks just sleeping. They have
been sympathizing with themsel
ves so long that they can't hear
long drink at the high school and opportunity when U knocks at the
university fountain, and then ex
pecting to cross the desert of life.
Miss Gladys Mclntyre sang for
the Lions, accompanied by Betty
door. Opportunity Is here the
few names that have been entered
are being published and the dis
tribution of prizes will be made
and the mammoth event will rap
idly pass Into history.
It you are alive if you have
the least spark of business Judg-
IbtatssWak radio CONTEST
LIST Or 'CAKDIDATEa .
- a-t.'DP 1 DOT
Howard Adams, R. 2, Box 80
Vera Adams, 238 S. 18
Harrejr Anatermuht, 1288 X
; Liberty .
Dale rehart, . 51? N. Capitol
Herbert Arnold, S40ic3f. Lib
erty Richard Am-boi, '1059 Ceater
Clifford Baker, 1125 H:nes
Prancis Barns, 475 IS. High
Charles Barclay, 412 Marion
Onrlyii Bears, Broadway..
James BeaU, 1030 Norway
Jack Birirr. IN. 4tn
Ctanald Birdwell, 60S N.
Commercial - :
Harlan Boals. 1135 N. Capitol
Chas. ay Biabop, 135 N.
14tl . a
Walter Bodyfelt, Route 4, Bos
John Bone. 798 S. 19th...
Fred Broer. 905 X. 5th
Harold' Brower, Independence,
Paul Brown, 123 ,N. Liberty ..
Inland Brown, llrt Marion ...
Werner Brown, 11 IS Mission
Homer Brown, 220. Laurf 1.
Fred Borser, 2210 X.Sth
KdiKon Burges, 542 N. Water
Edward Barton. 864 Mill
Wm. Bnrk, 1625 I-ee'
.lack Baith. 1363 S. Com l
Myron Bntler. 56 N. 20th
Pat Campbell. 338 S. 18th ....
William Campbell, 838 N.
Donald Cannon, Route 4. Box
dm. Caiicy. 1015 S. SOth....
4Jach M. Cnamee, Macleay,
Jack Clark, Monmouth,
.Tark Collins, 597 Ji. .Liberty
Willard Collar,-209O K. 4th..
John Coneer. 433 S. 17th......
Robert Connell, 975 Front.
West Salem ; ...
Ray Cnmminga, Route 3,
J, Delaywood, Auto Park-
Alfred Downs. 880 N. 21t. ..
Malrohlm. DaTia, 544 N. 18th
Merle Daris. 1491 S. Cottase
Don k las Drafer. 1238 N. 5th
Allen Earle, 2325 E. Nobb
Warren . Eisenbrandt; t R. 2,
Rt no ,
Hilbert Klliott. 12th Pt
.Tames Emmett. 12o. N. 17th
Albert Elder, Monmouth,
Powell F.off. 1704 Ferry St.
Walter Kaolin, Rt. 3, Box 143
Kalph Kyre,.870 .. J7tn
Clarence Fast." 1330 D
Kenneth Finney, 1305 High
Arthur Fisher, 515 Market St.
Albert Fliflet. 1138 N. Com'l.
Truvton Foreman. 834. 'Center
Jack Ford. 1244 State
Russell Freeman, 2104 K.
Alfred French,. Route " 4 5000
William Gahlodorf. 1235 N
Glen Galleher, 1230 State 5000
Khirle Garside. 665 N. 21st 5000
Parker Glen. 2140 Fair-
crounds - 5000
I-onurd Gilbert. 13(5 Broad
Phillin Gille. 1252 ent-r . 500O
Miu ' Rarnis Oodier. 575
14th - 62.000
Gordon 'JGraber. " 1191 - N". '
Winter .. '
Lawrence Atmont Crimea,
1S5S 8. 12th ...I...-.
Bert Halseth, 1595 Le ..
Andrew Halreraon, 1744 ' 8.
- Liberty L...
Rartram Halseth. 1140 Leslie
Ronald Hewitt. 1811 X. 4ta
Daa Hamilton. 809 K. 2 1st
Paul Hanser. 925 gasinaw....
Marsaret Belle Hill, 403 X.
Rodney Hardman, 614S S.
Robert Hill, " 146 Marion
Rosa Hill. 403 2th.,
John Hancen, Route 2, Wood-.
born, -Oregon .....i..
Willi Hawley. 987 Oak St...
Robert Hatire. 544 : K. Com
mercial . j . .
Ronald Hewitt. 1311 X. 4th
Syter Horn. Liberty St
Ererelt Hnnter, 1355 X. Sum
Vern -Huehlns. 2605 Fair-
' "ffronnds ". l..-.;.'......
Harold Jepson. 150 6.. 13th..
Howard Johnson, : Marion
Walter Kieper. 1848 Psiinaw
Thomaa Keleher, 1198 D-.
'Maurice Kelsey, 123 Ferry..
Ed?sr King. 625 Hood St
Kenneth Lewis, 142!) Lee
Robert Loner, 2060 S. Church
Glen Lathe. 1205' X. Cottage
Arthur Mark. 395 X. Hih
Floyd Maddy. 136! S. 13th.
Abe Maisils. 320 X. Capitol..
Jimmie Martiudale, 1697
Center - -i .
Roy Mattox. 1590 X. Capitol
Edwin Mattison, 899 . Com
Kenneth Ma rsters. 1281 Mar
ket St 1 .....
Milo Mathews, 1910 8. High
Lar Mennes, 2995 D
Maurice Merver. f565 X. 19th
Byron Menis, 2995 D
Pern Milburn. 2307 State......
Allen McCallixter. 1433 S.
Clara McCanlish, 182" S.
Earl McGuire. 1605 Broadway
Doa-'McGee, 1696 X. Capitol
Eugene Mclntyre, 337 S 18th
M. Elmnrry, 2161 X. Front..
Leon Mickenham, 1295 . S.
Kenneth Miller, 8T9 Liberty..
Ronald Miller. 201 X. 25th....
Ray Mohler, 549 X. Capitol.."..
Herbert 'Morlcy, 795 X. 17th :
Robert Morrow, 1695 Saginaw
Mare Morford. '1713 X.
Church j. .-.
Harry Mosher, 854 X. Winter
Billy M oyer, 630 Union
William - XafUcr. (1545 X.
Richard Xelson, 241 X: Cot
tage : ...
Jessie Xelson, 1333 Hmcs.-
Rv Xichflls. 2209 Mill
Clifford' Xitea, 930 Xf Capitol
Harlen Orth, Rt. 7, Box 19..
Miss Dorothy Ostlind, ' 1430
. Manion ,
Wilbur' Oshea. 1063 Shipping
Delmar Peters. 2215 Virginia
Alfred Paul, 1048 Haines
Robert Pavne. 768 X. 21at ...
Robert Pickens, 895 X. 17th..
Holland Perry. 1253 State -
Johnnie Perrine, 1096 X. 17th
Harold Persey, 1315 Shipping
Harold Peters. 2215 X. Vlr-
Mildred Petus, R. 1. Sublim
ity. Oregon ..
Clifford Probcrt. 173 S. 13th
Willis Poole. 1535 X. 5th
Henry Query. R. 3. Box 247..
Ronald Itasmussen. 1309 Wal
Cattlef Robbing T3 7 Ceater
Robert. &anmar.61S Mirt
Gordon " Reinwald,
Jimmy. Rice. 579 X. Liberty.
Jerrie Rankina, 390 X. Lib-
ThoaJ Sorn, 41T' Court - - , j
Harold Rydo. 1S41 TTcCoy
Fraolc Rid out, Rt. " 1, Inde
pendence Terrence Randall, 1460 X.
John, Bay. 626 EL Capitol..
MelTin Boas, Salens Heighu.
Ted Reschke. 3Z0 S. Winter
Georre Self. 879 X. Liberty
Mason Shutt. 701 X. l4th
Jim Sehon. 1643 Mitkion
Robert Swekis, 1697 Ceater .
Royce filnathart. . 667 ' S. Cap
itol - .
Charlea Smith. . 2030 S. .
Church t .. . , .
Robert Smith, 1025 X.
i Church , , ,
Teddy Snyder, t9 S. 15th .
Donald Storkwell. 135 8.
Washington .. i.
Lawrence Stoddard. ' 1320 X.
Lloyd Street, 1810 Mission..
Bob Stevenson, Salens HeUrhta
Billy Syphcrt, 1895 X. Cot-
GVn Stanford. 1410 X. Slat..
Reginald Fan odera.-1275 '..
Jay Teed. 55o Chemeketa
rank Ternsaki, Kt. Box
Paul "Toewij 275" nT"20!I
Delbert Thomaa, 670 8. 18th
Robert Utter. 446 Oak..
Sidney VanLydegraf. 1225
Orrille Varty.' 650 D' St
Clinton Vincent, 5933 Com-
merciat tLU.. .
Kalman Vadney. 431 & Cot
Paul Ws Ti er," "lio 5 N . Saai mcr
Darld Walp. ((80 8. 12th
Burton Walker, ' 20.3O .Finch
Maxwell White. 1010 Oak
leter Whittington. 944 X.
Kelly "WicklaorJ 1095 S. I8th
Walter Wiens, 1431 X. Cot-
Frank Williard. 1340 X. 4th
Cheater L. Wittse." Indeoend-
f ence, Ore ion .
Ira Wintcrmute. X. 17th..
Dolph Witael, 1030 X. 17th
Fred ..Wolf.- 175 Sktpplag
Oacar Woo4. Hickory St.
Donald Woodry.- V6lO X. "Buna- .
, .iner. .. .......:
Douglas Woodward; i 831 ' Laa
Cut3 'WoohVr Jt. '."'. Box
Lloyd ' Wright, Fairgrouada
. , sooV
PORTLAND,! Sept. 9. (AP)--Phillip
S. Teller, commissioner or
the shipping board from Oregon,
will spend " Monday . and Tuesday
here going' over important affairs
bearing on the - dpe ration ot thov
shipping- board;-lines on the 'Pa
cific. r . '
A number,! of Indians ia Wyar
ming . recently . drank ; a lot . of
moonshine liquor and still re
mained" on the warpath. What a
hardy ;racc3-. , .
W. U. DEAN ARRIVES
SAYS YOUTH ALL RIGHT ment-the least ambit,on to het-
(Continued from Page One)
taken a course at Colombia un
iversity specializing in deanship
and modern tendencies of youth.
Hhe is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
For a time. Miss Dahl served
as head of the New York branch
of the American college bureau.
In this position, she met educat
ors from all pa"rts of the United
In addition to her duties as
Dean, Miss Dahl will teach a
course in Freshman English, and
possibly a -course in German.
Miss Lelia Johnson, Willam
ette graduate, will serve as direc
tor of Lausanne hall, and assist
ant to Miss Dahl.
ter yourself financially and add to-
your income get in your name.
Show a little action and make
more money in your spare mo
ments than most boys or girls
make in a year, and some In two
Candidates are slow In getting
in. But say it would be better
for all concerned if, instead, of
100 there would be 250 or 300
candidates.- It is like this: Sup
posing two men were candidates
for sheriff. The winner must
have over 50 per cent of all the
votes cast. Now, supposing there
were 10 men after the office the
winner could win with a little ov
er 10 per cent of the total votes.
Do you get the idea?
You have the ability. You can
do it. It is a mental condition.
You have been howling "calam
ity"- what are ytm doing to bring
Re-unite at River iBehd ahont prosperity to help yourself?
North Howell. SeDt. fl. fsn-
eiaD-Last Sunday a family re-,
anion was held at Itlverbcnd
tark, Aurora, consisting of the
deceadants of thej Cawood-English
families who crossed the
plains In 1865.
Here Is over $700 in prizes wait-'
ing for boys and girls to take as a
gift without one cent of expense..
What is. you time worth to yon,
anyway? Are you afraid you hav
en't , the ability? Are you afraid
you haven't the friends?
With conditions' as they are-
with so many really crying for
Among1 those ;renreRAnf Ad warn
the Brovie's famllw f wHhrfc t more money, 'With so many "look
Cowoods and Baughmang'of Port-1 . ror an PPoHnnltr to add to
land, the Graham-Johnson famrtvt lu",r way aon 1 jnore
OI saiem. th Winflr f amnio- Trt ..wwr iuw ana
North Howell, Warren Gray and fcafy. on to wln? Tfiat 18 t6e ques
e.,ti.. . t Hon WhTf. , -
Simeral and family of Salem. .V .. Don't "kid" yourself with the
An organization was completed tl'dea (hat. you are too big to help
which calls- for a meeting every I'yourself, The world will 'respect
fourth Sunday in "July, ha ne 5 "Jyo prosper. ; You will find
one to be held at Itiverbend littlesympathy if you haven't got
again. . . the herve,to fight out your own(
sMrsl Warren Gray of Marian salvation. Opportunity is here, for
was elected president and Leona r yu- on SV U
Graham Johnson of
elected secretary. -
Salem was L
STHIBLIXG I1XED '
What can. you ,do with a splen-!
did radio or bicycle ?'ITive ou a
place for It? Can yon find any
honest excuse for not helping your
OMAHA, Nebr. Sept. 9. (AP) 1 Clip the nomination blank in
wiiuam 1 (Young) Stribling, this paper. That means S.ftOO
the Georgia peach, had what votes for vow. Come to the Stat
said was a "tough "."break'.; on fesman office and learn all ahont
Thursday when he was fined $190 1 it. . Get a working -outfit. Then
and costs for -participating in an i-go to lt,.Yoo ran win? ;
aljeged , framed fight ToesdayL And yon who have entered--
; . nffi.,. ! notlfr Lucv" Brown- telephone 2C8,lfctmi.a pfcildentlal possibility ril2hjt wlth.jr-.ea Jaiehelot-Otlgetwge',lo.th!.,fact ihat-enlrin
wm he b?ld lit' the ut mating. I before Wednesday evening UoW, . ,hrfm City. - 4, i,'bt the start, Carry on.'i
i ' . . $ i i.
That Airived Too I;ate
For "Miller Day"
Wool Blankets $3;48
Dark grey heavy all wool single blankets,
fancy borders, durable hems. An extraord
inary blanket for tljisjow price, for camp
ing or home use Size 60x80..
Baj5irWltt r -
New Fall Hats $3.95
A big-shipment ?of new Fall hats; that sell
regularly at $5.00 will be placed on sale at
$3.95 today. Tan and Red felts and com
binations in th'e'nif tiest of Fall shapes.
New Fall Coats $15.00
- New Fall Coats of soft fine fabrics in' tans,
: jwood browns, greys,1 etc Handel fur col
lars, plain and belted 'styles new si e e v e s,
'new trims. ' " s'
Main Floor -
"Vt 1 1 Ira m-n I
" " I
Court Street' p
.. ' at
l!0 Indian Blankets ' 1,
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