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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1927)
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SAII, QREGON, SUNp AY MORNINGS PjCTTQBER S3. J927
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Mrs. Chirles Wiser. Mrs. Adam
v'n 1 M rk. Ken neth J Fit serald .
Mrs. Jaiies FiUgeralO. Mrs. Lloyd
Hamel, 6f Boston, Massachusetts.
i Mrs. Mllei McKey. Mrs. Edjtfard
lOstrander. Mrs. John Orrj Mrs. D.
J. Rfcketta. Mrs. C. Leland Smith.
Mrs. Edlrln Armstrong. Mrs,, An-
slar G. Bates. Mrs. Haroia ai.
Brown, Mrs. Reed Chamber, Mrs.
Frederick Chambers. Mrs. E. C.
qYrlto, Mrs, Willis Clarke, and
Mg. : Vernon Douglas.
G. f. Club Entertained at Tea
Mrs. Albert Cirod entertained
the G. fT. Club Friday ajternoon
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wltn a tea. - : i .
The iirlng rooms wenjs . decor
ated ! wlth autumn flowers.
In the group were Pearl Bon-
ney, I Patricia Bonney. Lena Tay-I
lor, Vejma DuBols, Rhe Harris,
Juanitaj Girod, Linda Lee Girod,
and the hostess, Mrs. Girod.
Plana wmi midA At tTiA xnoctt.
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f ins forj a holiday banquet.
V The next meeting of 'the club
' will ,Ym YicAA VnTBmhor 9 a t th I
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borne of Pearl Bonney, 1603 North
Commercial Street. I
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Mrs. Spaulding Entertains
Lucy Ann Lee Circle ;
The Ugr Ann Lee Circle of the.
First Methodist Church was en
ter ta-ined Friday afternoon at the
home Of Mrs. Walter L. Spauld-
Mrs. I F. G. .Franklin gave an
interesting talk concerning her
trip abroad. She spoke particul
arly of! the art work of Michael
Angeloi Millet. V nd I Raphael
which she saw in Rome.
, The j remainder of the after
noon was spent sewing on clothes
for : the babies at the Albertina
Kerr Nlursery Home in Portland.
firmsHi College Helpers Have
Twenty-f iTe ' members of the
Brush i College Helpers plab met
Friday afternoon at tho home of
Mrs. Z. L. Gibson for their first
organized meeting of the fall.
Mrs. Anna Irons and Mrs. Flor
ence Sohon, teachers in the Brush
College school, were special
Mrs. F. C. Ewing is president
of the club for the year and Mrs.
E. Hatch is secretary-treasurer.
Plana were . made and commit
tees' named for the meetings of
. The next meeting of the club
wjll be held in a fortnight at the
home of Mrs. Paul B. Wallace.
Week-End Guests at Blodgettl
, Dr. and Mrs.- Corydom Blodgett
have as their guests for the week
end Mr. and Mrs. George Post of
Salem Gi-oup Attends Final
Lecture of Series Given by
Mrs. Van Ogle I
Mrs. T. A. Liresley, Mrs. Isaac
Lee Patterson, Mrs. John J. Rob
erts, Mrs. Clifford . Brown, and
Mrs. William H. Burghardt mo
tored to Portland Friday to at
tend the final lecture of the ser
ies! of three given by Mrs. Louise
Van Ogle lor the benefit of the
Fine Arts Building at the Univer
sity of Oregon. Mrs. Van Ogle's
subject was the classical Jewish
pjay, "The Dybbuk," written by
S. ! Ausky. t
The reading; was 'given at the
home of Mrs. C. .H. Darfs, Jr., at
Later the group were guests of
Mrs. George Gerlinger at the Jun
ior League teaj
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Mrs. C. A. Park Will Resume
Mr. and AJrs. C. A. Park will
resume her Monday Bible Class
October 24 at; their home, 15
This class was organized - In
1902 and Is open to any interest
ed in the study of the Bible. No
fee Is charged.
Vivian Nelson and Charles
W. Ellis Married in Salem
, Miss Vivian Nelson and Charles
W. Ellis were married October
15th at a lovely ceremony perform
ed at the home of the bride's par-
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Many Salem people are
making the -
I When In Portland
A pleasant place
to live, in beauti
An unusually good
. dining room serv
ice and food,
Accessibility I to
and garages. I
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Eleventh and Main SU.
E. JEAN CAMPBELL
Owner and Manager
Economy Department Second Flooir
All of our Stores are contributing hundreds of Pairs of Ladies' Oxfords arid Pumps arid with many
lines from our own stocM -- lilies tnat will not be restocked. All of these are grouped ort bur 2nd Moor
at 2-Pairs for the price of 1 pair to make this the greatest arid biggest selling event of tH season.
Toiriake this sale of double iriterestat
foUr buckles in Red, Green, Tan and Blue. These sell regular at $5.00 While they last atrid during this
Special month end 2 tor 1 Sale these go at z rairs tor 3a.uu. anop eany ior gopa sizes.
A delicate Pump of Patent Leather, nov
elty trimmed for afternoon wear. Reg
2 PAIRS $8-85
Tan Cuban heel novelty Tie Pumps, light
weight soles for dress, exceptional values:.
Patent French heel, One
I Regular $7.85
2 PAIRS $7.85
Tan Novelty Lace Dressy Street Oxford,
Cuban Heel.. Exceptional Values
2 PAIRS $6.85
For ' Patent and Calf Oxf ords, military;
heels for serviceable every dky wear
Brown Kid French heel Pump verseaspnable. arid rfrcssy
While they last 2 Pairs for
SILK HOSE IN FASHIONABLE SHADES. REGULAR M. 00 VALUES 2
PAIRS FOR $1
Dressy Satin One Strap Pumps, French heels. Regular
price during Month-end Sale.
e Season s best novelty tie .OxJords in light tan, welt
sole xor service. ,oplendidror rJusiness or
College wear, while they last 2 Pairs for.. :
2 i Pairs for - J i
2 Pairs for
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of Short Lines" for Monday's selling. These
include Patent, French and Cuban heels.
While they last; 2 Pairs
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TR-n ti Kfeiw :
Group of Short Lines, 300 Pairs Patent Tan" and ICid.
rrencii aiiu vuuaii iieeis.
2 Pairs for
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SALEM1 PENDliETO CORVALL1S -
; i : ; Largest Exclusive I Retailers of Shoes in Oregon.
, EUGENE KLAMATH FALLS .
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