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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1927
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irour prominent members or the Salem Woman s Club are: Upper right: Mrs Ray Smith
eft; Mrs. L. M. Purvine. Lower right: Mrs. T. S. Roberts. Lower left: Mrs. C. E. Roblin.
Then let me rest beneath some singing pine
Upon a. solitary hill,
Where there are blossoming! orchards
Fill6d with eager spring,
And valleys green with growing grain,
Meadows where happy cattle lie,
A river where the sails drift to the sea,
Fields where the wind blows the rippling grass.
Into soft murmurs of content.
There I shall rest in peace,
And my freed spirit will be
A bluebird in the apple trees,
A singing voice in every wayside brook,
A droning of a honey laden bee,
The touch of the caressing wind,
The eternal spirit of all things sweet and good.
linnical Horse Show is Center
pf Interest This Week
Horse owners and horse lovers
bf the Pacific Northwest are much
Interested in - the annual horse
show, which will be held in the
stadium at the state fair grounds,
Jegitming tomorrow evening and
continuing the five remaining ev
?nirfgs of the week. This show.
which is the center of interest this
week, is one of the outstanding
features of the Oregon State Fair.
Much evidence, is evidenced in
the splendid new hacknev nair
EStelJa Vane and Buckley Vedie,
mported recently from England
iv Aaron M. Prank nf Portions
phia pair easily outclassed all
lAUKjncan showing at 4 the annual
horse show hefd lat in the sum
mer, in Stockton, California. Mr.
Bank will also enter other prize
rses; among them Patty Miller,
ughspringv -California. and
"Aloma. : y .
I Fred A. Martin of Garden Home
will be ringmaster this year, and
lat'Cohea of Los Angeles, direc
tor of the Ambassador horse
Ehow, will act "as Judge. '
Mrs. C. Edward Grelle. owner
, t Shlkara, the beautiful horse
hat won , seven blue ribbons as
well, a. Ue..Iive,'gaited chajnplon
ihip at last, year's fair, will be
mong the Portland exhibitors.
James" Nicof of Hillsdale, Miss
tfarjr Patricia' McGowen of II
uraco. Va8hulgton :- . Mrs. J. R.
tleld, Oswafd West, aad Mr. W.
. Turner, of Portland ; . Dr. ' A. K.
Graham. t'f Woniague,; California;
and Edward Munford oL Stockton
will be other competitors.'
I J. D.,FarrelI of Seattle fwlll
lrln hls .prlz winning t string,
fronl the north' and 'George ij. a,
pauer alw:oC SatUe w-ill be an
xhibttor.lb.ls-year;, ;,. ' .
The string . froni , the" Ores'on
Agrlcnltural pollegeVat,. Cot vallfs
rlll glye Colorful lea-turo numbers
-each eve"u!ng," and the riders from
the Portland Hunt club; Portland
lUdin Academr," Olympic Drlmlg
ind Riding Club, and the Seattle
Riding Club, will compete again
The annual driving competition
between the heavy six in kand
draf-t horses will be features of
each evening's program.
Governor Patterson, Mr. Frank,
and Mr.. Turner have offered priz
es in the various classifications.
Salem Branch of Sigma
Kappa Sorority Formed
A Salem branch of the national
sorority Sigma Kappa, was formed
The group will meet each second
Wednesday evening. The first
meeting will be held in a fort
night at the home of Mrs. Lawr
i Mrs. W. C. Jensen was elected
president of the local branch and
Mrs. Reed Rowland will be the
secretary and treasurer.
Charter members of the : or
ganization include Mrs. Thomas
McGilehrist, Mrs. Lawrence Im
lah. Mrs, Reed Rowland, Mrs. W.
C. Jensen, Mrs. ;Ivan Stewart, Mrs.
Louia Stanley, Miss Jessie Gibson.
Miss Agnes DeRette, Miss Ger
trude Barkley, Miss Marjorie
Blake, Mrs. Roy Kacobsen, Mrs,
EL I. Heath. Mrs. La,Doyt paries,
and Mies Ruth Bartruff.
Chailwick Chapter, Order of
Eastern Star Meets
Chad wick Chapter, Order of the
Eastern Star, held its second sta
ted meeting of the fall Tuesday
evening. Walter Smith, past wor
thy patron, presided In the absence
of the worthy patron, W. A. Mar
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. An impressive memorial service
was held In memory of. the late
Chief Justice George H. Burnett,
Mrs. Mabel M into spoke of , bfs
life and-bis -years of service ..
charter member of . the chapter.,
;Miss Gussle Kites sang 'JWhen
the Roses Bloom." She wis ac
companied by v Mrsl Belle ?JNiies
Brown. . " . ;
Baskets of salmon-pink gladioli
decorated the hall and the dining
Idaho Conference Members
Hare Fellowship Luncheon
Members of the Idaho confer
ence and their wives were guests
at a fellowship luncheon Friday
noon at the White House restau
rant. Dr. S. J. Chaney presided as
Joas-tmaster. Brief addresses
were given by President C. W.
Tenney of Gooding College; Dr.
H. S. Hamilton, superintendent of
the western, district of the Idaho
conference; and Dr. C. J. Ed
wards of The Dalles.
Dr. Edwards and Rev. Henry
Young were appointed as members
of a committee to make the ar
rangements for a similar luncheon
to be held at the next session of
the annual conference.
The meeting closed with the
singing of "Auld Lang Syne."
Mrs. Fry Hostess at
Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Jr., enter
tained the members of her bridge
luncheon club Friday afternoon
in her home on Lefelle street.
Covers were placed for Mrs.
George Rodgers, Mrs. John J.
Roberts, Mrs. Henry Meyers. Mrs.
William Walton, Mrs. David W.
Eyre, Mts. Harry Hawkins, Mrs.
Fritz Slade, Mrs. O. C. .Locke,
Mrs. John McNary. Mrs. Fry. and
Mrs. Asahel Bush, Mrs. James
Linn, and Mrs. William Boot, spe
cial guests for the afternoon.
This was the first meeting of
the club after the summer vaca
tion Bridge Luncheon Compli
ments Mrs. Schei
Complimenting Mrs. Richard
Schei who will leave soon for Se
attle, Mrs. Ray Lucas was hostess
at a bridge luncheon Wednesday
Covers were arranged at the
luncheon table, which was cen
tered .with an attractive arrange
ment "of asters, cyclamen, and
fern, for the honor guests, Mrs.
Schei, Mrs. Stanley Lainson, Mrs.
Edwin Armstrong, Mrs. CecU
Taompson, Miss Leon a Geer, and
tho hostess,, Mrs. Lucas.
Bridge was the diversion of the
Mrs.' Starr a Guest
Mrs. Clara Starr of Brownsville,
Oregon, has been a' guest of Mr.
and Ttfrs: C P. Bishop, during the
past week. ' Mrs. Starr is a sis
ter of Mr! Bishop." v '? "
rrofssor: and" Mrs. Paul,
Petrt F6rmaUy Open New
Honve'in'C6rvaUis ' " .
A number of Saleni friends have
received' - cards to - the at-home
which-' iMU be given this after
noon and evening, formjally open
ing the beautiful new residence
of Professor and Mrs. Paul Petri.
The affair is in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Byron D. Arnold who have
gone to Conrallis to make their
Mrs. Arthur J. Rahn Of Salem
Cast or DeMolay Play
l Mrs. Brazier C. Small, coach
for the DeMolay play, "White
Collars," has announced the fol
lowing as members of the cast for
their play which will be presented
November 1 at the Elsinore
William Van Luyn, John Minto;
Mr. Thayer. Charles Bier; Frank
Thayer, Harold Tomlinson; Cou
sin Henry, Charles Kauffman;
Tom Gibney, Carl Ramseyer; Joan
Thayer, Fa ye Jo Wolz; Mrs.
Thayer, Betty Shipley; Melen
Thayer, Kathryn Elgin; Sally Van
Luyn. Martha Hobson.
Young Married People's
Class Have Banquet
The Young Married People's
Class of the First Baptist church
has been conducting a contest and
the losing side was host last Wed
nesday evening at a banquet, hav
ing as their guests the members
of the winning team. Venison
steak was the piece de resistance
of the dinner as Earl Baum had
recently returned from a most
successful deer hunt. Covers were
placed for sixty-five.
Members of the committee in
charge of the affair were Mr. and
Mrs. K. H. Pickens, Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Roth. Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Baum, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
Mudd, and Mr. iiacl Mrs. Thomas
Informal Tea Honors
Mrs. Isaac Lee Patterson enter
tained informally Wednesday af
ternoon in her country home near
Eola, in ionor of Mrs. W. O.
Shepard of Portland who has been
attending the Oregon Conference
of the Methodist Church in Sal
em. Mrs. B. L. Steeves presided at
the urns on the attractively ap
pointed tea table. She was assisted
by Mrs. B. O. Schucking.
The guest group included the
honor guest. Mrs. Shepard, Mrs.
Clarence True Wilson of Washing
ton. D. C. Mrs. Ralph S. Gush
man of New York City, Mrs. Fred
C. Taylor, Mrs. F. A. Danforth of
Eugene, Mrs. David A. Leach,
Mrs.1 John M. Can.se, Mrs. W. J.
Herwig of Portland, Mrs. B. O.
Schucking, and Mrs. B. L. Steeves.
Return from Vacation
After spending the summer
months camping in the Coast
Range Mountains, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Perrine, and their daughter,
the Misses, Grenda, Delphine and
Delpha Savage, have returned to
their home in Salem for the win
ter. Miss Raffety Announces
At the bridge luncheon for
which fihe was hostess Friday.
Miss dladys Raffety announced
October fifteenth as the date of
her marriage to Donald J. An
drews of Vancouver. Washington.
The luncheon table was center
ed with a basket of maidenhair
fern and tiny corsages, which con
cealed a minature bride, groom,
and clergyman. Envelopes attach
ed to the corsages contained cards
bearing the names of the couple
and their wedding date.
Guests included Mrs. Carrie
Flannery. Mrs. Elsie Volkel, Miss
Cleo Walker, Miss Ilattie Brown.
Miss Elsie Victor. Miss Reta Clag
gett. Miss Marlowe Miller, Miss
Nancyi Savage, Miss Retha Nash,
and. Miss Zclma Bush.
'Miss Brethcrton Writes
Many are interested in the
story. "Fionoh Tastes of Life.
which appeared in the October is
sue of McCall's Magaz'ne and
which was written by Miss Vivian
Bretherton of Portland. Miss Bre
therton has written a number of
successful stories and is becom
ing prominent in the literary field.
She is the sister of Mrs. Clifford
:ad has often visited in
Spending the Week-end
at the Beach I
Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Downing left
Friday for Waldport where they
will remain for the' week-end.
Miss Hartley Will
Miss Catherine Hartley is leav
ing Tuesday for Seattle where she
will enter the University o Wash
ington for her senior year.
In Portland for Several Days
Mrs. Charles K. Sp.aulding
spent several days of the past
week visiting in Portland.
Entertain With Bridge Tea
A bridge tea, the second of a
series of lovely affairs which they
have planned for the early fall
was given Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. E. C. Cross, Mrs Russel Cat
lin. and Mrs, Frank Spears.
The rooms of the Cross home
were very attractive with baskets
Five tables of bridge were in
play in the afternoon. Mrs. Ed
win L. Baker won high score hon
ors and Mrs. U. G. Shipley re
ceived the second prize.
Mrs. Prince Byrd and Mrs. Fre
derick Deckebach assisted at the
Elmer E. Young Returns
Elmer E. Young who has been a
guest of his parents for the pasi
six weeks, left earlier in the week
for Minnesota where he will re
sume his duties as professor of
art and architecture at ithe Uni
versity of Minnesotas
Professor Young spent several
weeks in southern Oregon and al
so enjoyed other interesting side
trips before leaving for the east.
Chapter AB, P. E. O., Will
Have First Meeting
of the Fall
Chapter AB of the P. E. O. Sis
terhood will have their first meet
ing of the fall tomorrow after
noon at the home of Mrs. Bessie
I. Barrett, 217 State Street.
"Highlights of the Summer"
will be the roll call subject. Miss
Grace Elizabeth Smith, president
of the chapter, will give a short
study based on the constitution.
The most valuable
fur in the world.
The real South American Chincilla; in no way connect
ed with the so-called chincilla rabbit. There are only
two captive herds of the Real Chincilla in existence.
There are less than 125 Real Chincillas in captivity ,in the
world. One of the only two herds Is in Oregon.
Their fur is the most sought after the most expensive and by
far the most beautiful in the world. Pelts bring from $100 to
S250 each. Wrap3 of Real Chincilla retail for $30,000 to
This animal is the easiest of all animals to raise. They are
vegetarians. Three Chincillas consume no more food than one
chicken. Can be raised in small space. No disease or parasite
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They breed three times a year, producing one to four pups to
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A money making oport unity
Remarkable success has heen achieved during the last eight
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Story of the Americanization of the Chincilla.
Business possibilities of. the Chincilla.
Mail Address . , .
Entertain in Honor
of College Girls
Complimenting a group' of girls
who will 'leave soon for college,
Mrs. Cecil Thompson and Miss
Leona Geer entertained in the
Thompson home one afternoon of
the past week.
Bridge was the diversion of the
afternoon with the high score
prize won by Miss Margaret Tuck
er. Those making up the four ta
bles were Miss Margaret Tucker
of Portland. Miss Jennie Mae
Hoppes. Miss Rosalie Jones, Miss
Hazel George, Mrs. Kenneth Ship
ley, Miss Pauline Marnarch, Miss
Florence Busch. Miss Gladys Al
bin. Miss Alma Farmer, Miss Gla
dys Murphy, Miss Dorothy Bell.
Miss Josephine Jaskoski. Miss
Wilma Giese, Miss Fay Jo Woltz,
Miss Isabel George, and Miss Faye
D. A. R. Will Meet
Alhough October first has been
assigned as the regular meeting
day of Chemeketa Chapter, Dau
ghters of the American Revolu
tion, owing to the Oregon state
fair which will be in session that
day, the meeting has been post
poned until October 8.
Those members who have not
paid their contributions to the
Constitution Hall fund may do so
at this time.
Mrs. Gouley in Portland
Mrs. Homer Gouley motored to
Portland yesterday and spent the
Will Study in Corvallis
Henry Clement, son of Dr. and
Mrs. L. O. Clement, has gone to
Corvallis where he will enroll at
O. A. C. for tne winter.
O. A. C. Club Will Not
Meet in September
' There will be no meeting of the
Salem O. A. C. Club in September.
The next meeting of the club
will be held Thursday evening,
October 13, a the Woman's Club
house. A novel entertaniment has been
planned by the comittee in
Chairmen Selected to Have
Charge of D. A. R. Booth
at State Fair
Chairmen have been selected
by the members of Chemeketa
Chapter, Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution to have charge of
their booth at the Oregon State
Fair this week.
The booth will be in the Edu
cational Building and a register
will bemaintaJned in order that
members of the other? D. A. R.
chapters of Oregon who are In at
tendance at the fair, may regis
Tomorrow Mrs. Homer Gouley,
regent of the local chapter, will
have charge of the booth.. Mrs.
Russell Catlin will be chairman
of the group in charge Tuesday;
Mrs. LaMoine R- Clark Wednes
day; Miss Lillian Applegate,
Thursday; Mrs. Isaac Lee Patter
son. Friday; and Mrs. James G.
Heltzel, on Saturday. Other
members of the chapter will assist
Interesting Saleni Guest
Has Compiled Real
What visions of culinary ani
float before your eyes when you
Ijear the expression, "southern
cookery!" Perhaps you think of
beaten biscuits, fried chicken,
sweet potatoes southern style, or
cornbread. These recipes as well
as those of countless other mouth
watering delicacies have been
compiled by Miss Katherine Bell,
a young girl of Memphis, Tennes
see, under the title. "Mamy's
This slim red book, which may
be obtained from any of the lead
ing bookstores of Salem, contains
the choicest recipes of her own
darky mammy, Sallie Mills, and
each one bears the stamp of fas
tidious southern approval.
Thinking that readers of The
Statesman might be interested in
"trying out" a southern dish or
two. Mis Bell has permntted the
publication of several of her fav
orite recipes. They are as follows:
Fried Chicken, Southern Styles
Get a young chicken, about 1
1-2 pounds, not over 2 pounds.
Cut off wings and legs, separating
first and second points. Split
chicken down the middle between
the breast and back. Brake back
in center, ctit from chicken and
flatten out. Cut breast down cen
ter, making two pieces.
Wash it " thoroughly and let
stand about an hour In bowl of
ice.r; Then wipe on towel, salt and
pepper both sides of .N each piece
and roll well in flour that
has a good pinch of soda mixed
In it . Have each piece well cover
ed. Have readv an iron iryu
pan of boiling hot lard..
Put chicken In and cover wi
frvinc nvpr a verv slow fire. Ti
chicken while frying several timer.
It should be golden brown in half
an hour, when it should be re
moved to, a piece of heavy brown
paper until cri-p and- dry. Placo
in hot dih in warmer and garnish
2 cups while comment
2 rounded teaspoons shortening
1 heaping tablespoon flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 heaping teaspoon baking pow
der ' ' . .
Thin with milk (about 1-2 ciip)
Mix. into half the cornmeal tfiel
salt, sugar and shortening, and
scald it with a little boiling wat-
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"Al'PEAL. TO O'NEILL"
Dr. C. B. O'Neill
First National Bank Building
Phona 62S .
3 3 l ri
Sale New Fur Coats
Just received a spec
ially selected assort
ment to be sold for
limited time only. In
as much as these furs
will not be carried in
stock after this sale,
they will be sold at a
price. Just think no
two coats alike. It is
an education in itself
to visit our ready to
wear depa r tment
and try on these lux
urious furs. Musk
rat, Sealine, Bay,
Seal, Snake, Squir
rel, and Coney. Sale
price range from
$75.00 to $400.00.
362 Alder St.
Phone Beacon 7612
46G State St.
Remember the Time Is Limited. Balance
Unsold Stock Will Be Returned