The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 19, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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- Vtnner Party Given Thurs-
i ft
I' :
day Evening at Godfrey Home
lit. DaTld Wright, Mrs. u.
Bcott Page. Mrs. Clair , Vibbert,
, Mr. Harley ; White, and Mm.
Jamts - Godfrey ntertaiaed the
members of the Friday Night
Bridge Club and their husbands
with a dinner party Thursday. eT-
ening at the Godfrey home on
North Liberty Street.
A lorely arrangement of chrys
anthemums formed the center
piece of the dining table. Corerx
were placed for Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Dane, Mr. and Mrs. A- A. Gueffroj
Mr, and Mrs. F. G. DeLano, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon W. Gleason, Mr.
and Mr. P. E. Fullerton, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Kurtz, Dr. and Mrs. O.
A. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. David
WrighC Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Page,
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Vibbert. Mr.
. and Mrs, Harley White, and Mr.
and Mrs.-James Godfrey.
Several hours of bridge at the
- home of Mr. and Mrs. JIarley
White followed the dinner. ,
Mrs. Godfrey Hostess at -Meeting
of Chapter Gt
P. E.O.
Mrs. A. L. Godfrey was hostess
at the meeting of Chapter G of the
P. EL O. Sisterhood Thursday aft
ernoon. " - ' .rr ':' -T'i "
Mrs. Fred Tooze read an Inter
esting paper on The Bible . as
Literature. Members responded
to the roll call with Bible Quota
tions. Miss Dorothy Godfrey assisted
her mother at the tea hour. .
The guest group included; Mrs.
W. M. Smith, Mrs. P. D. Voigt,
Mrs. A, T. Woolpert. Mrs, A. E-j
Robins, Mrs. Fred. J. Tooze, Mrs.
, .. W. W. Moore, Mrs. W. II. Byrd,
Mrs. G. W. Laflar, Mrs. D. X.
Beechler, Mrs. W. TvHlckey. Mrs.
William Hushes, Mrs. B. J. Miles,
Mrs. Harold Hughes, 'Mrs. P. J.
Kuntz, and the hostess, Mrs. God
frey. .
' r The. next meeting of the Chap
. ter will be held at the home of
Mrs.FI p. Voigt, 395 Rural Are-
. nue. ' r. L v
Mrs. E. T Busselle Entertains
In Honor of Little Daughter
Mrs. E. T. Busselle entertained
with a birthday party Wednesday
afternoon in honor of the second
anniversary of her little daugh-
v.r, Clarice Busselle.
i The little guests played games
tin til late la the afternoon when
refreshments were served at the
dining table, , centered -with blue
tapers and a large birthday, cake.
The mothers were seated at small
tables. . . - : y .
In the group were Clarice Bus
selle, and Earle .Buseells, Jr.;
Mrs. Cecil Ashbaugh and daugh
ter, Kreta, Mrs. Archie Riley and
son. Albert; Mrs. Howard Ramp
and daughter. Neva; Mrs. Ronald)
A. . UUCQ CfcWU mVAA , Wia.
Waiter L. Fuller and daughters.
Eleanor, and Claretta; Mrs. Britt
Aspinwall and children, ,;. Evelyn
and Clarence, Mrs O. I. Bailey,
Mrs. Harold Aspinwall, and Mrs.
Ellen Aspinwall .
Mrs. Bretz Entertains Her
Club at One O'clock
Mrs. W. H. Bretz entertained
the members of the Golden Hour
Club with a delightful one o'clock
luncheon Thursday afternoon.
- The luncheon table was center
ed witn yellow cnrysanicemums
and yellow tapers. Covers were
arranged for Mrs. J. Ray Pember
ton, Mrs. Carle Abrams, Mrs. Eric
Butler. Mrs. W. M. Pennington,
Mrs. Roy Hewitt, Mrs. A. A. Stew
art, Mrs. Claude Van Slyke, Mrs
Allen Cleveland, and the hostess.
Mrs. Bretz. ' .'
, Mrs. Pemberton assisted Mrs.
The afternoon was spent with
sewing and conversation.
: Daughters of American Revo
; lution are Preparing Annual
Christmas Box
Members of Chemeketa Chapter
Daughters of the American Revo
lution, and others interested are
making up a Christmas box to be
sent to Angel Island at San Fran
cisco, the immigration port of "en
try for the west. Articles - espec
ially desired Include: cotton ma
terials, yarn, lntant'a clothing.
toilef articles, used records, books
. and toys, '.'v.
' Nine western states send anna
" ai boxes through the chapters of
the Daughters of - the American
y Revolution . to the Paclfie port of
entry which harbors more than a
thousand immigrants. Other states
; ..sent their Christmas boxes to EI-
r'f7-Jsland, the eastern lmmlgra-
All contributions to the: box
j - should be sent to Mrs. W. K. Byrd
95 Court Street, before December
Alice Shinkle, special guests, and
the following club members: Mrs-
L. W. Totter. Mrs.. Homer Harri
son. Mrs. J. N. Robertson, Mrs. W.
M. Coburn, i Mrs. Jv Yates. Mrs-
Harry , Wechter, - Mrs. : . F Clarke.
Mrs. E. Clarke.; Mrs. C. Jenes, Mrs.
William Robbins, Mrs. Grace Rob
ertson. Mrs. J. M. Coburn.". Mrs.
Rue : Drager,- Mrs. E. . S. Coates.
Mrs. Solon Shinkle,- Mrs. H. E.
Stewart. Mrs. Meeks, Mrs. Lydla
Clarke, Mrs. Mary Clarke, " Mra
W. H. r Propst, Mrs, .Christine
Mumm, and " the ' hostess. Mrs.
Shafer. i . - , '. '
Mrs. Homer Harrison will en
tertain the club at the Thanks
giving meeting. The next-regular
meeting will be ; held December
fifteenth at the home of Mrs. J.
N. Robertson. . " "
PAYS 51,000,000 IN SHOP RENT
" '
Mrs. Shafer Hostess' at MeetA
ing of Pnngle Pleasant Point
Social Club ; -;- y j ': : ;
The Prlngle Pheasant Point So-"
cial Club met Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Olive Shafer, 111
South Twenty-first Street. f
Covers were placed, at the din
ing table, for Mr. and Mrs. IIar
vey Shafer, Mrs. Hale, Miss Marie
Shafer, Miss Dorothy Shafer, Miss
Tounghlood, Miss Margaret Jones,
Miss Mary Alice Jones, Waldo
Clare, Polyanna Shinkle, - Kent
Wechter, Gene WechUr, and Mary
Benefit Luncheon for Child
ren's Farm Home Given by
Etokta Club
Members of - the .Etokta Club
entertained Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Eric Butler with
a luncheon lor the benefit of the
Children's j Farm Home at Cor
vallis. Mrs. E. C. Van Slyke, Mrs.
Bard Hughes, and Mrs.' A. L. Top-
liff of San Francisco, California
assisted the hostess. -
The. afternoon was spent mak
ing scrapbooks for the children in
the Doernbecher Hospital at Port
land. -: f df :C': 'xbt
In the group were Mrs. Dv. C.
Burton, Mrs. Fred Butler, Mrs. W.
B. Chance.; Mrs. E. C, Van Slyke,
Mrs. F. Toothacre, Mrs- Rich
ard Arpke, Mrs. Sv B-y ..Gillette,'
Mrs. A. L. Topliff, Mrs. Richard
Erickson. Mrs. , Harry Elgin. Mrs.
T. O. Ware Mrs.; Mason Bishop,
Mrs.' R. K. Ohling, Mrs. J.'R.
Pemberton, . Mrs. ; Peter Graber,'
Mrs. Bard Hughes," Mrs.. Alice
Fisher, Mrs.' H.; F. " Bosshardt.
Mrs. Savage, and the hostess, Mrs.
Butler. ? "- "j ;';'; ! i 'yv!:i;y:r
j The club has planned a Christ
mas party 1 to 6e . given December
twentieth at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Mason Bishop. 5 V ;
Amigas - Club Members :
Mrs. Edwin ' Armstrong enter
tained Thursday afternoon with a
bridge tea, having as - her guests
the members of the' Amigas Club.
The rooms - of the Armstrong
home were lovely with baskets of
bronze chrysanthemums.
Mrs. Reed "Rowland was a spe
cial guest. 1 Members present were
Mrs. Carl Schneider, Mrs.: Miles
McKey, Mrs. August Glutsch, Mrs.
Glenn Gregg, Mrs. E. G. Rick
etU, Mrs J. E. Fitzgerald, Mrs.
E. C. Charlton, and the hostess,
Mrs. Armstrong. ; S ; ,
Mrs. James Fitzgerald " " won
high score honors for the after
noon's play. -
Mrs. Carl Schneider assisted
Mrs. Armstrong at the tea hour.
Miss Thomas Honored on
Birthday Anniversary
A group of frie. !s called Tues
day evening at the Thomas home
in Klngwood Park to surprise Miss
Geraldine Thomas on the - occa
sion of her birthday anniversary.
- The evening was spent playing
games. Later refreshments were
served by the Misses Lois - Smith
and Alberta Hobble. -
Those present were Miss Gerald
ine Thomas. Miss Charlotte La
Due. Miss .Velva Carter. Miss El
sie Hobble, Miss Irene Mee, Miss
Ruth . Englehorn, Miss Eva Arn
old, Miss Vera Carter, Miss Mar
guerlta Raymond, Miss Hene Mae-
Farnald, Miss Reba Thurman. Miss
AlberU Hobble, Miss E1U Kelso.
Miss Doris Thurman, ; Miss Lois
Smith. Howard -Thomas, Eugene
Thomas, Blaine Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Thomas, and Mrs. F." L-
Conneil. , r.
- . ' - ' -
Rainbow CaTd Club Enter
tained Wednesday After- :
noon I
Mrs. Terry Johnson, Mrs. Ar
thur Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Baird,
Mrs. P. Harland,, Mrs. . Walter
Low, Mrs. ' J. A. Thompson, Mrs
Charles Walling, Mrs. E. W, Hoi-
iand Mrs E, B. Taylor members
of the Rainbow Card Club, were
entertained Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Charles Sa
bry. ' r i . , ; ;
Mrs. Arthur Baird received the
high score prize and Mrs. Taylor
the second prize. . ;
The club -will meet November
thirtieth at the home of Mrs. P. E
Harland. S78 South 21st Street.
"Homecoming" Reception at
W. C. T.U. : : : ..
X "homecoming' reception will
be held November 29th at the W.
C. T. U. hall on ' the corner ' of
South - Commercial and ' Ferry
Streets honoring both new and
old members of the organization;
Any woman who has belonged
to the W. C. T. U. at any time
or la any place Is invited - to at
tend. AzQ'w-js- :M::':;
Guest Jn Sa)em from.
Portland: - r Z-tt;:-r:-
Miss Gene Belle - of ' Portland
has been a guest for several days
at the homo of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry 8. Belle.
General Aid Society of Jason
Lee Church Will Meet -
The general Aid Society of Ja
son Lee Methodist Church will
meet at two thirty o'clock on Mon
day afternoon at the church,'
Twenty year ro. ilrs. Alice Foote MaiDAnn m- v .
-was left a widow with, three children, u She had $38. Today, she
Is one of the - foremost I business women in the metropolis. She
operates a string of coffee shops. Recently, eh simecj a lease calL
in Ur $1.000,000 in rent for on hop. - -
t Social Calendar
O ' ii ii. i ii i i
.1 Saturday 'Hi
District Meeting, B. and P. W.
Clubs. Albany. All-day. i ; i. ; ;
A. A. U.' W. Luncheon. Gray
Belle 12:30 o'clocx. r i t j
Annual . inspection, W.v r; C.
Covered dish dinner at noon. '
Formal Reception, sponsored by
officers of Oregon National Guard
In honor of Governor and Mrs. I.
L. Patterson and Brig-Gen. . and
Mrs. George A. t White, Salem Ar
mory. 9 o'clock. y r ' f" j ; f -yi
Evangelical Church bazaar. S.
P. Tffiket office, 184 N. Liberty
St. aU day. . ,
Film at First i Congregational
Church, "The White. Black Sheep"
7:30 o'clock. ; , -
,. ;j: Blonday
Regular meeting. R. N. A. Fra
ternal Temple. JuvenlUe organi
zation. 7 o'clock, adults, 8 o'clock.
Woman's Club Classes: Wom
an's Club-house, North Cottage
Street. - - : '
Current Events Class, 2:10
o'clock. Book-of-the Month Class.
1:30 o'clock. f ;
General Aid Society, Jason Lee
M. E. Church. - Church, parlors,
2:80 o'clock, i
;:V r Tuesday - f " -;
Social meeting, R. N. A. Club.
Mrs. Susie Parmenter, 809 N. Com
mercial St. hostess. ; I '
Social Afternoon Club, Eastern
Star. Masonic Temple. 1 o'clock.
Dance, sponsored - by Pythian
Sisters. Fraternal - Temple. : 2
Formal Inspection of W. R. 7-
This Afternoon " : .
Formal inspection of the Wom
an's Relief Corps will be held this
afternoon at McCornack Hall with
Mrs." Nellie Fleck, state ; depart
ment president, in charge;, .yyj
Members of the G. A R. are in
vited to be special guests at 1 the
pot-luck '-'dinner ... which ? " will be
served at noon. ':'-'.:' f";.; 'i
Mrs. Florence Shipp . Is chair
man of the kitchen committee.. The
dining room committee . Includes,
Mrs. Bertha Loveland; chairman:
Mrs. Louisa Koon, ' Mrs Bessie
Martin, ; Mrs. Louise Kraps, and
Mrs. Cordelia LaBare. --Officers
and committee . mem
bers are asked to wear white.
Social Afternoon Club of
Eastern Star Will Meet
Tuesday Afternoon IT ,1
The social afternoon club of
Chadwlck Chapter, Order of ,the
Eastern Star will meet Tuesday af
ternoon; in the Masonic "Temple.
Card playing will ; begin at two
o'clock, -y''t WyU v Y'-iVi
The committee In charge of the
meeting includes r Mrs. C. E. Cash
atti chairman ; " . Mrs. Glenn Shoe
maker. Mrs. C, Biwerr Mrs. Mary
Kennedy, Mrs. E. J Kennedy, Mrs.
Ethel Niles, Mrs. ReUi Gamble,
Mrs. Ida Elgin, Mrs. Mary Smith,
Mrs. Iva Bushey, Mrs, ? Lucille
Browing. ; and Mrs. P. "M. Barkos.
Sally's Sallies
Maaov wives
Mrs. Kafoury Entertains
Kensington Club
The Kensington Club was en
tertained Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. N. C. Kafoury,
7B0 North Summer Street. Mrs. Al
lan Kafoury- was an additional
guest, - , ':
; Members present were Mrs.' F,
S. Anunsen, Mrs. George Griffith.
Mrs. Herbert Hauser, Mrs. Charles
Hudklns, Mrs. George King, Mrs.
Frank Power, Mrs. Alfred Smith.
Mrs. Otto J. Wilson, and the hos
tess, Mrs. N. C. Kafoury.
Mrs. Allan . Kafoury and . the
Misses Helen and, Mary Kafoury
assisted the hostess at the . tea
hour. ,; .- "
Meeting of Centralia Temple,
Pythian Sisters
Centralia Temple, Number
eleven, Pythian Sisters of Salem,
held their annual roll call meet
ing Tuesday evening, November
15th in the Fraternal Temple.
y Five hundred was played dur
ing the evening. At" a late hour.
with the Knights as their guests.
they-gathered in the banguet hall
where refreshments were served.
The Pythian Sisters will spon
sor a dance at the Fraternal Tern
pie, Tuesday evening, November
22nd. ;'; " r "
Professor Florian Von Eschen
Will Address A. A. U Ik.
Members of the Salem Branch
of' the American Association - of
University ; Women will meet at
twelve-thirty o'clock today for
luncheon at the Gray Belle. Pro
fessor Florian Von' Eschen will
be the speaker.
The program committee " In
cludes Mrs" E. C. Richards. Mrs
A. C. F. Perry, Mrs. A. E. ; Ed-
mundson, Mrs. George Allen. Mrs.
Karl Pease, Miss Elnora Thomson,
Miss Naomi Taylor, and Miss Anna
Mrs, CatlinComplimented
With Luncheon
Complimenting her aunt, Mrs.
Russell Catlin on her birthday an
niversary, Mrs. Frederick Decke
bach -entertained earlier In the
week with a one o'clock luncheon
In her home on South High Street.
Covers were placed for eight
Intimate friends of the honor
guest. '
Guest at McNary Home '
Mrs., James B. - Robb of Port
land was a guest earlier Jn .the
week of her aunt, Mrs. John H.
McNary. ' . i
lSth d Onttr iUnU. TUr. XL J.
M. W)atr St. pvou SSO-M Barrlaa
11:00 a. as. saa 745 d. m. Tb tamU
artt will fti&s la til Mnlat Mirit.
SaiuUy ekal 10:SO m., prijjtadBt.
Up. H. U. OrUV9. Esworta IjMCu
davoUomU kerrte at 7 :00 d. m. nndar tb
Utderafcip of Mr. Hreta EhfoM- It
will h oa4aet4 la. lh Easily Unruft.
M id-WMX pnm BHtlat at ta ton.
of ill. aad Hn. " O. G. Kehraaua. 1265
Karioa fit, "Wedndy Tains ai
75-45. TU Bandar tcaooi i cnductd
la both tha Easliaa aad th Grmaa Ua
mr : the aioiraiac rTic is Osi-man.
aad tb eranUtg aarriea Eafliaa. Ttt ara
oraiaiiy writer - v, i - -c
oxjld TTDnraa mtssiok H
S48 k Court St. C. 8. Jolimon. paata
RMidcaea 4S1 S Cottar. 8rriea S aad
T:tO p. m. Soadav acbeol S p. aa. S.
Barker. aparintBdaat. . ; Waek-dar aar
neea Taasdar, . Tkandar aad fiatarday
raai&sa. . l. '
rxasT cHBisTZAif ;
Corner Hisa and Canter fiU. D. J.
Howe, paator. Bakidence 705 N. Cottafre,
phone 243S-W. -Service 11 a. n.. A
ThnkrlTU ,: and . a . TbaakslirSns
Caarca." Alio imi 7:30 p. l
Kaaieal yrvgrua , T:!0 p. m, .a. Urge
eaoir aaanted br lira. Weodar'e Or
eaestra. .Come early .ana ft food eeat.
Bander school :5 n. at. O. J. HulL
enperintendeat. 8:30 p. m. Tans Feople'a
LUxir. Moorweek sertees VSr edaeadar
BeeiTal ateetiacs will e held at ike
German Baptiat Church en the eorner i of
h. cottare and l St. (rora Mov.ZO to lea.
S with the eaeeption of Not. 26 and $.
Bandar wmcei arc a aaosL Bnndar
school 9:45 to 11 o'clock followed im
mediately by. the moraias sarrtce. Kit fl
ing service Beginning at 7:80. Eyeryone
to cordially Invited to any or all of the
meetings. Sev. Q. W. Rutach, paator. .
420 State street. Kalph XX Ballock.
pastor. Keaidenca 460 S. Cottage, phone
938-M Cerrices at 3:30 and 1:45 p. m.
Sunday achool at 2:t0 p. as. eanr Peo
ple meetings: 6 p. m. XTangaliatie
lemcea Wedaasdajr, Thnradaj and Sat
urday nights at 7 ;45. . The . ' Lord is
341 But. Saturday night special t Bsv.
Ik D. fimita, paetor-ersngeliat ot the local
Naxareae ekarek, will bring the meeaage.
Liely eerrice with a Urmlf preacher
commencing at S o'eVoek. Eyerrbodf mt
come. Sunday pablle meetings at 11 a. m
and S p. m. - Alao Sunday ackool at 1 :Z0
p. m-, and a special meeting lor all yooag
people, at 6 p. m. .Tliuraday, Kotember
34. Thanksgiving program, of maaie. soag
and drills, starting at S p. at, aad free
to the general pmblla. y .:,!;:;,
6etnrday 10:30 a. nr. QMawerly Sleet
ing for wwrship. 13:00 - dinner ia the
chare h -UL '. l:SO' p. TO. kletia-
fer baalneaa. , Wm. - E. Xllea, clerk. : Bun
day aerrtee : -10:00 a. Bt. Sands y school.
11:00 meeting for. 'Worskipt Address hj
I. L. Wirt. Western Secretary Satioaal
OoaaeU for. Prevention f War.. S :SO p
m. C. E. Meeting. 7:80 Evening Meeting
for Worship; Sermon: Jeans and " the
Holy Spirit. Thnriday, 7 :ro p. ..- as-'
Prayer meeting, folio wad by choir practice.
The pablic i invited to all theee servioea.
Chas. C. H"a worth, paator, 1655 8. JUbecty
atreei. , y ;'.-,'
bleniag aad eonfirminf Hi word and the
light shining brighter and brighter a
a near that perfect dev. Awake and
prepare for the Bridegroom ia coming very
soon, i'rov. e:is; lsa. 61 si. .
Holds aervlee Snndav afternoon . in the
Presbyterian Church on North Cnareb
atreet. 8 :1S p. m- Graded Bible achool
with claaeea for all ages including ad a It
Bible cisb. 4:oo p. m. Worship boar
with Mr. W. L. Robinson at the organ.
Paatorn, Luther B. Deck -will preach aad
Mr. Custer will bring a raeaaage about
the. Near Seat relief work. - Confirmation
elaas meeta Monday at 4:30 p. m. in the
church. Ladies Aid - and Missionary
Society meets Friday st 3:80 p. m. in
church parlbrs. Monthly Social meeting
of the Lather League Friday night ai
8. All are cordially welcome.
.. . Luther B. Deck
Corner of Capitol aad Mar ton Stra.
Sunday school 10 a. m. and German aer
vice 11 a. m. - M. Denny, minister.
Center Liberty ate. F. B. Culver.
paator. Bunday . aehool at 9:45. L. L
Thornton, aupt. Preaehina- at 11. . Sub
ject, "Some things for which we should
be Thankful. Evangelical League of
Chriatisa -Endeavor meets at 6:30. .Mis
Pruitt, leader. Subject. "Blessinra we
forget." At 7:80 Rev. G. E. Erskia will
bring the meaaage. All week night activi
ties are diacoatinued for the week aa
tfcia congregation is uniting with the con
gregation at 17th Chemeketa eta. in
apecUl services. . , .
Church Street between- Chemeketa - and
Center. Ber. N. K. Tully, D. D.. paator.
Sunday school 0-.8O a. nu. followed by
divine worship st 10:45- a. m. : Sermon.-1
The Last of These." Young People's
Societies S :00 pt m. Evening worship
a i ;sv . e c.ocav Demons-- vra xir,
Peace." Cn ion Thankagiving Day service
of the ceatral group of churches will be
held In this church Thursday morning- at
10:00 o'clock. Dr. W. C. KaaUer will
be Ahe : preacher.' .
, .5, ,;,' BIOTTRPiATiTi CETXBCH ;
Rev. W. C. Kantner will preach in the
Rickrecll Evangelical Community Church
at 11 a. m. Sunday. Sunday school at
10 a. . Mra, Lowry, superintendent.
Anaoune-s TnanLsgiving D.iy services
to be held at 10 a. m. Thanksgiving Day
in the following ehurchea: West Salem,
Ford Memorial church: Sermon by Kv.
L. I. Smith. . North Salem. Free Metho
dist church: Sermon by Rev. K. J. Asb
entrenaer. Soatx Salem, Friends church:
Sermon- by Uer. D. J. Howe. East Salem,
lTtit & Chemeketa at Evangelical charra:
8ermoa by lier B. L. Payne. . Ceatral
Salonr. First Prerbyterian church: Sennoa
by Kev. V. C. Kantner.
Oeatn," Mendelssben. ' 1 Prof Roberts
will tly feedard's -"'BereeuM" a pre
ite. 1H ib etenlng th Orchestra will
play. The prelude will be an cint sua
piaLd duet 'aesettlt the ' ?
imf sebooi 843 a, . Iff, 'It t, 81iaiki.
supeftnteadfrot. University Chapter Ep
.nrtk t..rn. Tonie. "Did Christ Mean
fWhat He Saldt" Leader, Kenneth Laweoa.
First Church Okacter Toplo -iiouoTjng
Chrif Leaders Marjorie OdeU and Vef-
na IXOBt. Juaior High Chapter icpie
" of Service." Leader, Marie Lip-
paid.. There will be no Mid-week preyeri
and. praise eervloe on Thursday evening
on aeeounl ef vke Tbankagivir-i servleea
in the morning, FHendly Indbna Boys
Club will meet en Friday night at 7:00.
Junior Church ia Church. Anne a at 11:00
o'clock Sunday morning. Mrs. E. C. Mil
ler will give the Home Missionary Lesson.
,Tou' ' Ia tks subject, - : . .
State ed 18th 6k Kev A. L. Heine,
pastor. Will celebrate eor annual aula
! fMtirst Sunday, with German aor-
viaaw In the forenoon and Rev. David
ZlelsdoFf of - Aurora,' Oregon, preaching
the aermon. aervteea becinning at 10:80.
Also English services In the afternoon,
with Rev. Alfred Knare of Aurora. Oregon,
preaching the sermon. Services beginning
at Z:Z0 An offering will be taken for
ot- miaaioa work. The adiea of the. e-.a-gregation
will serve a luncheon in tl.e
churcn basement at noon. . Sunday cVo
at 0-.L5, Martha Battermann, apt, Tke
Le'ne? League will meet for its devrton-tl
meeting at 0:80 p. Gertrude tlehler
ull' lead the discussion on Miaston it tr-es.
Ot Tksrktgivtng day there will be special
sr:v.cee with EccUah services at 19:00
a. m. aad German service at 11:1 S a. ni.
ST. PAUL'S' CHURCH (Episcopal)
Church St. at Chemeketa. Bev. H.
Duncan Chambers, rector. Holy Euchar
ist at 7:30 a- m. in the chapel. Morning
prayer with mnsie by the vested choir and
a sermon by Rev. Yen. Jay Claud Black.
Archdean of the Diocese of Oregon at 11
a. m. The church school meets in the
parish bouse at 945 a. m. The regular
meeting ef the Teung Peoples Fellowship
at 7 p. m. in the parish house. Archdeacon
Black will take the services for the rector
who will be at St, Helen's, Ore. . . ; .
Christ of Later Day Saints meet at 457
Church street, Sunday morning, 10:3O a.
m. Everybody welcome.
-i ' - TABERNACLE , ;
13th and Ferry Streets. H. Hansen,
pastor.' Tke opening service of the Pa-rU-s
O-ctt "Revi-1 Campaign and Cn
vcvt'on . will - be : held at AO : JO -Snnday
moruing . f amy Chriatiin workers, evin
(I'ina ud ministers will be present to
tako part in'the program. Among w.-ich
are Jboaagclut Mtruie xeunedy, wotDirr
of AUree Semple Me,!iersoa ct Loa An- fa lThV8?fti. 0 2' i
grles. Fr.k Gray, it Jian ot t.e Xrth lCkrUC by Rev. F. B. Culver. SunJ
west Lwtr cV of the fartc1. tee As-hBO 0:00 a. O. ft Strausbiir,
INDEPENDENCE, Noy, 18.-;-(Speeial)
A, D. - Dossnett ot
southern Idaho arrired here this
week; to take possession of a small
farm recently - parchased from
Henry Rach. - . .
This tract U known as the Blrk
hol farm, about a mile sooth east
of Independence. It is fully equip
ped with cTood hulldlnea and the
land is in high state of ealtiration
with -several acres of -fruit and
walnuts In hearing. . ; - -Jilloss
Nelson i has fenced his
property hack of the theater build
ing and has staked . a couple of
goats in the enclosure. The goat"
are clearing the wild -blackberry
rines" and other brush. They are
making a wonderful improvement
in the appearance of the place and
others on that street are planning
to follow Mr. Nelson's 'example. -
(Special) 4 -T. - D, Pomeroy, local
dealer for the Oakland and Pon-
tiac cars, accompanied by Mrs.
Pomeroy, attended a banquet In
Salem Wednesday evening, given
by the Oakland llotor company.
They report I aajoyitls sve
ning. , .... . -.
Wests every Sunday, for Bible study.
Meetings are being keld temporarily ; at
1160 Broadway atreet, North. Junior
B.S.C. meet during- first lesson hour.
nours z:bu to s:uo p. a. evening ser
vices are broadcaster from Portland.
Radio KIT, 239.0 Meters.
. . SALES i
"WU1 bold services at tbeir ball, "Frat
ernal Temple" 447 Center St. tkls Sun
day evening, Nov. 20th at 7:80 o'clock.
Rev. Mrs. LeueUa La Valley will be
speaker for the evening. Subject
Clare voyanee. Messages by Mra. La
valley and Mrs. Bates. The public cor-
diaUy iavlUd.
. I9th and Ferry streets. H. C. Stover,
minister. "My Life, Who Owns It" aad
"Thanksgiving Day ia 1021" will be the
morning and evening sermon subjects ;nt
11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. - A male quartet
"Quit Tea Like Men, Be Strong'? will
sing In the morning service.; Two Thanks
giving numbers In tke evening service-
Anthem "Sing ante the Lord" (Rogera)
sad a duett "Father We Thank Thee"
(Jewett) by Mrs. O. C. Newgent and Miaa
Myra Gleason. .The ekarck school meats
st 10 a. nr. ' C. C. Harris, superintendent.
The christian endeavor societies meet at
8:45 p. as. - The church will unite with
the East Salem churches in the Annual
Thankagiving service in the Chemeketa
Evangelical Church.-
Center ef Liberty, and Chemeketa sts.
Sunday, morning services at 11. .Sunday
evening services at 8. .Subject of lesson
aermon, "Soul snd Body." Wednesday
evening testimonial ' meeting - at " 8 :00
o'clock. " Sunday school sessions convene
at 9:45 and 11:00 a. as. - Reading Boom
400 Masonia Temple, open daily from 11
to 5:80 except Sundays and holidays; .
855 Ferry St. Sunday school beglna
promptly at :45; Mrs. Mollie Wilsoa.
superintendent. Preachine service at
11 100 o'clock. Subject: "God's Ability.?
Evening service at 7:80: Subieet: 1Tbe
Divine Inspiration of The Bible." Tkla
la the fourth of m aeriea est this subject.
An evening ef prayer beginning at 7:50
em ; Thursday - evening. On Wednesday
evening, ereheatra aad aholr practice and
young people' prayer meeting at the paa
tor'g kern. - FrWay' evening. Bible study
and prayer for the slek. Saturday even
ing, young ' people's devotional serviee.
If yea are hungry spiritually, eeme and
seek God In soma ef these meetings. 1 1
Chrea. S: O. Mlnten, paster.
Servleea will be held at the Y.M.CX
building on November SO at ll a, m. and
7tS0 p. aa. with Snnday school at 11 fot
lowed .Immediately by tke preaching uer-
vicee. Miaa Ruth Tlbbits will have
eharge ef the sneraing services and C IX.
Saucy will .nave charge ef the -evening
aervteea. .
Corner f North Fifth and Caines ats.
Beginning Nov. 20 the paator will give a
series of Sunday night lectures on -the
book of Revelation. ' Can the Book of
Revelation be Understood f or ia it - a
Sealed Book of Mysteries f Sabbath
school (Sat.) 10:15 a. m. sermon at 11:30.
Young People's meeting 4:00 p. m. Mid
week prayer sneeting 7:30 p. an. Wednes
day. : - .. .
Corner of Market and N. Winter Sis.
The paator, W. X. Coffee, will spesk
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. . Sunday school
at 0:45 a. vi- Jfse Barham. aupt. Young
eeopie meeting at 6:30 p. m. mory
Grade la charge Frayer meeting Thura
day 7:60. AH arc welcome.
-.O Try the thing that
(QJllSB rro works-that
s akt en nctually clean op
the akin and leaves
ft tmooth and white, Sulphur in com
bination with menthol does itt The
germ fjestroyteg : action ct rulphtir
clears the skin, while menthol heals
the sore and. broken tissae. Twofold
action for perfect results I Pimples,
blackheads, acne even fiery eesema
positively yields, Jtpt it tree I ;
Prnri Prnfiif today
. for free sam
ple' of kfentho Sulphur and see the
change in your (kin in 24 hours. Then
get a f till Jar and deaf up the kin
right, f Full jars at your druggists.;;
Wyeth Chemical Co . Inc.
578 M-cwoo Ave..
New York. Dept. JfFSf f
Free Eaauae w afaatke te'rnawJ
eiiibli-s o." God,- Ev-g-lit M. K. Talma n.
Oaklcrd. ' Canornia, . ana vsngfliah.
Kt.pi. .tu'tertield of En-lt. 'a8luglu
A-rtirn: Sunday 10 SO a. n.i f-rOO and
,T-4$ V. B..I Week dsj vry fatcr
noa and evening :f J aol 1 . P . nr ',
daaday school 1:45 ..p. m. Cai.'drett
Church 'Saturday afternoon 2:30. Young
People meeting Saturday evening 7j45.
Corner Liberty ak Marion' St. Robert
La Payne, preacher. . Edward : Shunehe
Sunday school aupt. Miss Minette Mag-
era, director ef music. Mra. w. K. Foe
ter. oreanist. . Moruine- ureachitir service
11 a. m. Topie "To Whom -ShaU We
Go." Young People's Meeting S:S0 p.
ra. Evening preaching service 7:80.
Topic, "A ProdigaL" Anthem at both
service by the choir. The church or
chestra play at th evening service.
184S N. Church St. J. J. Gillespie, pas
tor. Residence 1315 N. Church St., phone
2081-J Services 11 a. xn "O WiUing
Service;" 7:80 p. m. . "EvangeUstie."
Sunday achool 10. a. m. auperintendent:
James Da via. Young People's Meetinga:
6:30. Bible Study and Prayer meeting.
... , . . -i n M .
neunrsuax fcui vr- .-w,
ing Friday evening 1 :80. i
CetUge ft Cnemeketa Sta. Rev. Mar
tin F. Ferry, paator. Residence 657
Chemeketa, phone 1741. Servicea 11 a.
m. "The Feast ot Uelshaser... ininii
giving services: Mr. M. Ferry -will sing.
"A Song of xnanasgiving. eunaay acoooi
10 a. m. M. Ferry-auperintendent. j,
Hearti' 7:80 p. m., 'Tbe mfte PlacV
Sheep.' The toorning serines will bs a
Tbanks-gtvisg eermon. Sunday erhool
i45. Mark MeOaUiater,,. aupt. TUero
will be no mid-week service this wk,
but oar people are urged to attend a
Thanksgiving service ott Thurda.
Corner North Winter and Jefferson Sts.
Tbomae Aeheson, pastor. Robert Wi'ty
aad lira, A. M. Gentry, helpers. The
publie will be rordlally welcomed at a'.l
eerviees of this church on Sunday. Cliur.-h
schooi Sl45 a m. -with seven separate
departments in operation. Special at
tention for both, you of and eid. l'ublio
worship ll a. m. Thankssivlng Menage
by tke paater. Junior church service in
Wesley Hall at It a. m. Eobert Witty
In charge. Mass meetirg at First M. K.
Church 8 p. m. Dr. Wirt of San Fran
speaker. Sobjeetl 'International
Peace." 0:10 p. m, Epwortk Leagnea .
Junior bight High school; end Young
People meet in separate rosrai for dev.
tloual servleea. . Open Forwar for adult!
la Church achool annex at 0:80 p. m.
7:80 p. aa. Evangullarie eervioo. The
closing service ef Fellowship Week Under -aosplclee
ef Ip worth League. Several
ypaag people will be with the pastor en
the platform taking an active part. - Cpeo
lal maeie, sincere fellowship, and h'j
ful uplift at all services. .
Corner N. 17 ft" Nebraska Ave. W. N.
BlodgetV paator. Residence 1748 Keb. .
Ave, phone 2623-1. Services 11 a. to.,
"America First;" T:80 p. m. Kvsu--.
gel Utic" Sunday achool 10, Ed. Wil.
superintendent. oung People meetings,
t:Z0. Floyd Bailey, preaident. Prayer
meeting Thpradav 7:80 p. m. Ladle's Aid
Wedneedsy. Union Thsnragivlng aer- ;
vices st the Evangelical Church 174
Chemeketa street.
Corner of Chemeketa aad N 17th. G. E.:
Erskin. paater. Realdene 20s N 17th St
phone 1008-W Service 11:00 a. m..
"When fiin and Follv Meet Judgment;"
auperintendent. Senior aad Intermediate
Christian Endeavor at -0:80. -Leader of,'
Senior meeting; jar, r-imer ain. jm
interesting letter from M art ha Garnjobst ,
who Is now In Cario, Egypt, will be read
at this meeting, a the letter i ad
dressed to the C. E. Society. The Union
Revival Meeting whieh began on the 14th .
will Mnti, ,nl!l thm 9Tth. rJ nosaihlv
1am TV . wi .... . . . a i filf ,
meting with much apprclatioa, end the
interest snd attendance gaining momen
tum. The Women a Home and foreign.
Missionary Society will hold their month
ly meeting Sunday - afternoon at 8:0O
EflT S
as ararii w wm w wrttrm iiiiiir w wm
West Salem. F. L. Cannell, pastor.
Residence 075 Edgewater St.. phone
1341-R. Services 11a. trt-, "The Office
of the Holy;" 'Be Ye Thankful."
otthe Holy Spirit;" "Be Ye Thankful-"
Sunday achool 9:45, L C. Sebern, supt.
Epworth and Intermediate League 0:30.
Bible Study Thursday evening at 7:30. -
Center and Liberty. Charlee E. Ward,
pastor.' Residence 440 Center, phone
59 1-R- Services 11 a. m,. "The Singing
- After waiting for five years for
a husband who left her the day
after he married her, Virginia
Hinds' has decided that it's time to
get a divorce from Eli Hinds.-
- They were married on July 3,
she alleges In a divorce complaint
filed in circuit : court yesterday,
Twenty-four hours after the cere-,
mony he" abandoned her and, has
not lived with her since. Ste
thinks she's waited long enough.
No comment la made In the com
plaint on the fact that the day he
left her happened to be Independ
ence day.
Read the Classified Ads"
One block south of center on 19th. T.. TJ
Smith, -pastor. Sunday school 0:45 a. vaj
with Mr. F. M. LitwUler in charge. Morn
ing Worship 11:00 a. m. W have a full!
Salvation-Revival aa at this church now,
Services every" evening except Saturday.
tacrning sermon subject "The De
lights ef Jesus" our Ladica Ouartrl
wilt airg "My Abiding Place." Idung
reoplj sleeting in the einaf at 0:30
nr. ClyOe rloffer, ' lec." EvangrhMic
service 7:80 Mr. Fred Haunoi-, will lave
charge o the singin;, with a fine er
eheatra tha will make a noits rntu
t.-ie l ord. The male tjuartot wi.'i aing.
Scrn. Subject, "The Midnight Cxj.".
Cor. State aad Church 1 T. C. Taylor,
pastor. Residence 080 State, phone 074.
Margaret K. Sutherland, director reiisioua
education, phone 872. Servicea: 11:00 a.
m.; Rev. William- Hints ef Corvellis will
preach the W.H.M.P. Thanksgiving Of
fering Kt-rmon. Dr. J. M. Canse ef Eim
ball achool presiding: 7:S0 n. m. Dr. -J.i
T. Itatthewa ef Willamette UaiverMty will
give- bis. address "To Australia- and
Back." Anthem by the vested ekerus.
'Aries O Bon of God." Noble. Solo.
Ronald Craven, "Be Thou Faithful Unto
$C" '". '"y -4
eason why (i of Many)
CLEAN Keepa your engine
- .7 -' cleaa. No hard carbon. - -
gTAKPAap otL CQMrAyy or eAj.rroaMLt
Center and Liberty
9:45 Sunday School.
(In moving pictures.)
Beginning Sunday
Opening Serrico 10:30 A. M. Continnijig One Week
Pacific Coast Revival Campaign and
Eran. MlBBie Kenne4y, mother of Aimee Semple McPherson
of Los Angeles Frank Gray, Tacoma, Wash. Eyan. M. R.
Tatman; Oakland; Cal. Evan, Ralph Butterfleld- of Ererett.
SERVICES: Sunday 10:30 a. m; 8 and 7:45 p. m.; Week
Day Afternoons and Evenings, 2:30 and 7:45 p. m.
Evangelistic C Tabernaclo
18th and Ferry Streets - :l"
; , ETerybody Inyited Welcomo
. Blanlss That Are Legal-
We carry in stock over 115 legal blanks suited to nest tnj bcs'ncrj
transactions. We may. have just the form yon are lockisj for at a bi
saving as compared to made to order f crms.
Borne of the forms: Contract of Sale, Road Notice, WD fenrjs, Asclrs
ment of Mortgaffe, Morten so forms, Qxiit Cblni Deeds, Abstract f crms
Rill of Sale, Building Contract, promissory Notes, InstaUncnt Nctcs,
General Lease, Power of Attorney, Prune Bocks and Pais, Ccale Rej
cefpts, Bte, These forma are. carefully prepared for tho courts ana
private use. Price on forms ransc3 frca 4 cents to 10 cents a;!ccr,
and on note books from 23 to 50 cents.
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