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tlon, t.Mr, 'kni; jrr0 JPfetTjr left on
' wedding trip to British Colum
bia. For her rotng-aWajri costnme
the bride wore a black aatin dTesa
irlth touches of Cobalt blue,, a
black coat trimmed with fox, and
a small, Mae hat.
, Both your people are well
known fa Salem where they grad
uated from high- school . and . In
Corrallls where they were stu
dents at O. A. C. Mrs. Perry is a
"member of Alpha Omieron PI sor
oriiy. iand Mr. Percy Is a! member
of Slgtna Alpha Epsilon fraternity-'--
.. . :
n They will return to Salem to
make their home.
First Bridge Tea Sponsored
by Woman's Club- Will Be
Given Next Week: .
i Arrangements for the first
bridge tea 6t the f aft which will be
glyen October 27 th.nndert he aus
pices of tie institution department
of the Salem Woman Club are
.rapidly being completed, t , ,
Mrs. S. M. Endicott, chairman
of the institution department of
the ciub, has named the following
chairmen of committees in charge:
Mrs.; D. U Forge and Mrs. C. E.
Su-lcklfu general chairmen; Mrs.
Walter Spanldnj?, chalrtnan of tbe
tea, commltee; Mrs. j Earl K. An
derson, deoora;tlng committee;
Mrs. Qeorge E. Lwis, refreshment
committee, other committee mem
ber will be named later.,. :
, Those directly tn charge of the
affair are Mrs. Earl Anderson.
Mrs. - Walter!
C. E. Stride -
llrs. 8, M, Endfctt.
Spaulding and Mrs,
.Jin. . 'r-'.i.fr:$fi xh ' i ' l
. Tables may be reserred by call
ing Mrs. Endicott, Mrs. Forge, or
EpterUiined - f ' j S ','
" Th Merry-Go-Round Club was
entertained at ! the 'borne of Mr.
and ' Mrs. Frank Spencer Tuesday
erenlng. - - , ,
FIto hundred was the diversion
of the evening. Mrs. Max O. Bur
enHand Will Thielsea won first
prixe for high score.' - :-v.f : j-.
? Tire club membership Includes:
Mr; and Mrs. TJ. G.f Shipley, Mr.
and Mrs.' William Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. John H. McNary, Mr and
, Mr. W. G.1 Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
RoTlIn K. faa;e Mr. and Mrs. Max
k O. Buren, Mr. and . Mrs. R. B.
Fleming. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles
-Hi Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Reu
ben, Boise, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
: B. Kay, Mr. -and Mrs,.-A.iN. Moores
.Dr. and Mra.. J. Smith, Mr. and
Mr. Frank Snedtcor.r Mr. and
. Mr. Will Thielsea, Mrs. Henry
Tbielsen, Mrs. Russell Catlin, and
the host and . hostess, Mr. and
-Mrs. Spencer. : ,' "" ;;(-
Additional guests were Mr. T.
T.;Geer and Mra..E. C. Cross. .
Busing fcfc 'Pr'djVsimtt
WomewKave XT&stums Party
CTirosts, blacks cats; - witches,
Scotch lassies, and Colonial dames
-in fart a number or most unus
ual guests wefel present at the cos
tnme party gren by the Easiness
and, Professional Wottea'su JClub
Wednesday erening ' at the club
house. i- I,
Orange and black streamers,
pumpkins,1 cornstalk, black cats,
and witches decorated the hall..
Ah old maid's Quartet, compos
ed ot Mrsj Moba Yoder, Miss May
Hale, Miss Hetta Fields, and Miss
Grace Taylor, gave several selec
tions, and-the ghost quartet also
gave a group of, songs.
A clever Loch invar stunt was
another feature of the .evening's
program.' Miss Carlotta Crowley,
Miss Lillian Schroeder, Miss Signe
Paulson, Miss Grace Taylor, Miss
Rachel Vayne, I 'Mrs. Marianne
Harris, ,'Misa Josephine Shade,
Miss Grace Gilliam, Miss Edna
Purdy, and Miss McNeil were the
-. Mrs. LaMoine R. Clarke lead
the group in community singing
as a close to the evening's pro
gram. ! .
Hallowe'en refreshments were
served late in the evening.
Mrs. Lyle Murrary was chair
man of the rcfrasLment commit
tee; Miss Letira B. . Hale, of the
program co: :uiittee; and Miss
Norma Terwi ''?rer, of the decor
Mrs. Martin Hostess at
Meeting of Needlecraft Club
Mrs. George Martin was hostess
nt the meeting of the Needle-
craft Club held Tuesday after
noon, '-'l'. i J : ; '
The rooms of her home were
decorated wfth baskets of chrys
anthemums and marigolds. :
Refreshments ; were served late
in the afternoon,1. .
Members present were Mrs. J.
W. La Bare, Mrs. A. J. Busey,
Mrs. L. Bechtel, -Mrs. I. L. Mc
Adams, Mrs. Ruth Dennison, Mrs.
J. J Newmyer, Mra. F. G. Stearns,
and the hostess, Mrs. Martin.
The club will be entertained
Tuesday afternoon, November 1,
at the home of Mrs. J. W LaBare,
1835 Lee Street.
Miss fyorothy Livesley Re
covering From Recent
The many friends of Miss Doro
thy Livesley will be pleased to
learn that she is recovering suc
cessfully from the injuries which
she sustained when she fell from
the horse which she was riding.
Miss Livesley, who has been at
tending Mills College this winter.
Is convalescing at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. Sargent, in San
Guest at McNary Hone
Mrs. William ! Glenn Patterson
of Portland has been a guest . for
several days at t'A? fcoTtie of Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Mclsiry.
David Smith.' JrTCHebrates
Eirlliday Anniversary ; '
LitUe 'David Smitb; Jr., cele
brated hi, third, birthday anniver
sary Tuesday afternoon with
birthday party to which twenty
two of his friends were invited.
The rooms of the ! Smith home
wei e attract ively decorated ' with
autumn floVers and Hallowe'en
The afternoon . was spent play
ing games. Later refreshment
The honor guest was the recip
ient of many lovely gifts. ;
The guest group Included, the
little Misses Sedona and Phyllis
Keith, "June, Kantelberg. Margue
rite and Dorothy Marston, Mar
garet Fwnk, Berdell O'Grady,
Elizabeth Welborn, Dorothy Mc
Culfey, Thelma Stout, and Marie
Henry Keith, Gordon Jorgen
son, Amos Gay, Clyde Mitchell,
Cartbon Loftin, Kenneth Funk.
Stanley Welborn, .Edward Lam
bert, Edmon Rollins, Eld on Mc
Colley, and the host, David Smith.
Daughters of the Nile Meet
The regular luncheon 'meeting
of the Daughters of the Nile was
held Wednesday. .
It was decided, at the business
session which followed the lunch-:
eon to extend an invitation to the
queen and other officers of Ny
dia temple In Portland to attend;
the next regular meeting of the
local organization. . The local
daughters have been asked to
serve at the meeting of Nydia tem
ple November 2nd.
The remainder of the afternoon
was spent' sewing for the crippled
children at the Shrine Hospital in
In the group Wednesday were:
Fay Wright, Ruby Sites, Pearl
Pratt, Mrs. Laughlin, Martha Le
Garle, Ola Miller, Pearl Braden,
Louise Patty, Alice Even son. Amy
Halik. Louise Flack, Lillian Er-
Ickson, Alice Hoff, Anna Rotlte,
Gladys Meeeb, Monnie Hanser,
Adeline Dansford, Ethel : Nile,
Grace Crater, Lula Newton, and
Golden West Club Rave
"Hard Times Party"
The Golden West Club of the
W. B. A. will have a "hard times"
party Friday evening at the home
bf Mrs. Jennie Millerr 551 South
Mrs. Hoffnell and Mrs.
Beechler Entertain With
Mrs. E. M. Hoffnell and Mrs.
D. X. Beechler entertained- a
group of their friends with a
bridge' luncheon .Wednesday aft
ernoon In the Beechler home on
Covers were placed at the lun
cheon table, decorated with Hal
lowe'en novelties and favors, "for
Mrs. John Orr, Mrs. Lewis Luns-
frrd. Mrs. LrK.'Barrfck? Mrs. Roy
Mills, Mrs. Harry Wejs', Mr. 'John
Pplj6ck-Mrs. O.wt LafUr. Mrs.
Fred Gibson. Mrs. Harold Brown,
Mrs. L. t); Smith," MK.Frank
Myers, Mrs. Eugene Grabenhoret.
Mrs. Adam ,'Bal. Mrs. Harry
WeiJnier. Mrs. ,A Krause, Mrs.
Arthnr H. -Moores Mrs. M. C. Cash
att, and the hostesses, Mrs. Beech
ler and Mr. Hoffnell. - , -
First prixe tor nign score was
won by Mrs. L. E. Barrick; Mrs.
Myers received second prize.
Guests From Colorado
Mr,-and Mrs. Fred W. Lange
have ' as their house guests, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Wallace of Fort
Collins, "Colorado. Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace will leave soon to contin
ue their tour of the northwest.
Mrs. Lawrence Returns
From the East
Mrs. Myrtle Lawrence returned
Monday after spending the past
six weeks in the east. She visited
in Atlanta and St. Louis although
the greater part' of her time was
spent In Washington. D. C.
Prohibition Law Arrests
In September Total 183
There Were 183 arrests in Ore
gon for violations of the state pro
hibition laws In the month of Sep
tember, according to O, report pre
pared here Thursday by Gewge
Alexander, state prohibition direc
tor. The report was filed with
Fines imposed aggregated 1 12,
125, with jail sentences totalling
780 days. The officers destroyed
2291 gallons Of mash and 429 gal
lons of liquor. Eleven stills were
seized and three automobiles were
LDATJ FIRM TAXABLE
OPINION' PREPARED BY AT
. TORXEY-GEXERAL HERE
Building and loan associations,
mortgage- and bond companies
and similar ' concerns are subject
to taxation; : according to , a legal
opinion prepared here Thursday
b I. IL VanWlnkle. attorney gen
eral. The opinion was requested
by Earl Fisher, state tax commis
sioner. The attorney general held that
the concerns should be assessed
and taxed oh tthe balance in their
bands and remaining to their cre
dit after deducting the amount of
deposits or money paid in by their
members. 'r -
"It appears," read the attorney
general's opinion, "that while the
primary object and purpose of
such associations may., be to en
courage thrift, home building and
the saving of money by their
members, the association, as its
name implies is engaged In the
loan business! for profit.".
It was pointed out by the attor
ney general that the associations
are required to make annual
statements of their business con
dition to county assessors.
FAINTS WHEX FIXED
ATLANTA, Oct. 20. (AP)
When Judge A. W. Callaway today
fined David L. Wiliams, private at
Fort McPherson, $51 On a charg6
ot ' reckless driving, the soldier
fainted. The judge was told by
Williams after he revived that he
had only, fifty dollars to his name.
The fine was reduced to S3 6.
Grid rookie, tackled head coach,
thinking he was the dummy, and
threw him for a 10-yard loss. He
couldn't have been so far wrong
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