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TOE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY i MORNING, JANUARY 17. 1928
. Public Welfare Institute
XtSViU Be Sponsored by Ore-
T"i t j t m i
l yon r eaeraiea isiuos
In charge of .Mrs. Glendora
M. Blakely. chairman of the de
partment of public welfare for the
' clubs, a Public' welfare Institute
will be held In the story hour
room oi me uenirai uorary, &ai
urday, January twenty-first.
The program, devoted entirely
to the discussion of the "Com
munity Health Study." will be as
Morning session, Miss Amelia
.10 a. m. Registrations.
10:10 a. m." "C o m m u n 1 1 y
Health Machinery." Dr. A- A.
10:40 a. m. "Vital Statistics,"
Miss L. Grace Holmes, director
surreys and clinics, Oregon Tu
11:10 a. m. "Communicable
Diseases," Dr. Frederick D. Striek
er, executive secretary state board
11:40 a. m. "Food Control,"
J. D. MIckle, state dairy and food
Luncheon, Henry Thiele'a Mrs.
G. J. Frankel, president o f the
Oregon Federation of Women's
Dr. Estella Ford Warner, med
ical director Marion county child
health demonstration, will speak
on "Health of the Mother, andi , .
"iiild " " jyear and will be "every member
u. w miesiue, cnuirman:
p. m. "Recreational Facili
ties," Delbert Oberteuffer, assist
ant professor of physical educa
tion. University of Oregon.
2:30 p. m. "General Sanita
tion." Dr. William Levin, direc
tor state laboratories.
3 p. m. "Additional Public
Health Facilities." Miss Amelia
Feary, medical social worker,
3:30 p. m. "Public Health Ed-
ucational Activities" Dr. William
This sport Oakland sedan
has all the appearance of a
car in the $2,000 class al
though the purchase price
is only $1343. The car is
fully equipped, has wire
wheels with two spare
wheels and tires. It may be
seen at any time in the
show room of Vick Bros, at
the corner of High and
On this page you see the aristocrats of the automobile world some of the
finest cars built and every one Is a gift to be awarded In the Statesman's great
$6000.00 prize campaign. It does not cost one cent to win one ofthem. They
will be given away to ambitious people in Salem and surrounding territory who
secure, the most votes during a few weeks of spare time effort. Votes are all you
need votes, and the 'determination to win. Gather up subscriptions to the Ore
gon Statesman from among your friends, neighbors and acquaintances. The vote
schedule on this page shows how many votes each subscription is worth. See how
many votes will pile up for you! That's all Ihere is to it.
DeKleine, director Marion county
child health demonstration.
MS Win as 5
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made with Mrs. Whiteside
or Mrs. Blakely. The all-day ses
sion Is open to all club women.
The "Community Health Stu
dy Campaign" is a general feder
ation project and the department
of public welfare of the General
Federation, of which Mrs. Walter
McNab Miller of New York City
la chairman, is offering this study
as part of Us program for induc
ing better community life through
an understand ngi of existing
health conditions. An award wUl
be made to the state in which the
greatest proportion of clubs sub
The study of health conditions
in Portland will be in charge of
Mrs. J. M. Shaw, chairman of
public health, for the Portland
Federation of Women's organiza
tions. Lane county clubs are co
operating one-hundred per cent
with the state federation health
South Circle of Christian
Church Will Meet
The South Circle of the First
Christian church will meet at two
o'clock Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. B. W. Walcher,
1570 South Commercial street.
d c st ni o a y
Otficers of the
will be special guests for the aft
ernoon. Meeting of East Central
Circle of First Methodist
A meeting of the East Central
Circle of the First Methodist
church will be held Wednesday af
ternoon, at two-thirty o'clock at
the homo of Mrs. Frank Meyers.
810 Chemeketa street. Mrs. J. A.
Mills will be assistant hostess
tlhe IF first
-First Prize District No. 1 and 2
Cash Commission Guaranteed
to Every Active Non-Prize
Needlecraft Club. 'Mrs. Louis
Bechtel, 1565 Ferry street hostess.
Moroni Olson Players present
"The Detour." Capitol theater.
8ilver Tea. sponsored by W. C.
T. U. Union hall. South Commer
cial and Ferry streets. 2:30 o'clock
Etoka Woman's Club. Mrs. J.
R. Pexnberton. 1455 South Com
mercial street, hostess.
Auxiliary of Sons of Veterans
Mrs. H. St. Helens. 231 Court
street hostess. All-day meeting.
First Division. Child Study
Classes. A. A. U. W. First National
Bank Building. 7.30 o'clock.
All-day meeting. Woman's uni
on. First Congregational church
fiilsm nanvhlAra rt Ih. Vila
All-day meeting.. Masonic Temple.
W. F..M. S. of Leslie M. E.
church. Mrs. Amos Vaes, 1653 S.
Commercial street hostess. 2:30
East Central Circle of the
First M. E. Church. Mrs. Frank
Meyers. 810 Chemeketa street hos
tess. 2:30 o'clock.
Central Circle. Jason Lee
church. Mrs. Phil Aspinwall, 840
Sweet Briar Club. Mrs. W. F.
Benefit Bridge Tea. W. B. A.
Fraternal Temple. 2:305:00
Faculty Women's club. Mrs. S.
B. Laughlin, 1605 Court street
Chapter G. P. E. O. Mrs. E. J.
Huffman, 1C75 Saginaw street
Rehearsal of Salem McDowell
Club Chorus. Concert Hall, Nel
son Building. 7:30 o'clock
Bridge tea, sponsored by Amer
ican Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Paul
Burris' home. 1270 N. Summer
street telephone. 1487M.
District Meeting, Business and
Professional Women's Clubs. Ho-i
A. A. U. W. Luncheon at the
Gray Belle. 12:30 o'clock. Reser
vations, Mrs. W. W. B&um, tele
Returns from Visit in
After spending a fortnight in
Los Angelus, California, with her
sister. Mrs. O. M. Bolt. Mrs. E. T.
Barkus has returned to her home
in Salem. Mrs. Barkus was called
south by the death of her niece,
Mrs. Marlon Holt Grogan.
Daughters of American
Revolution Will Meet in
The Oregon society ot Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
will hold Its . state conference In
Portland March 29, 30, and 31. so
cording to plans made at the
state board meeting held yester
day at the Young Woman's Chris
tian Association with Mrs. Gordon
McCracken of Ashland, state reg
ent, presiding, Willamette chap
ter will be hostess organisation
and the Multnomah hotel will be
conference headquarters. As this,
is an election year, principal In
terest will probably center on el
ection. No nominations nor can-
HMatoa dim n. vt Wn innnntl.
During national music week
the Daughters of the American
Revolution will ask that at least
one afternoon be given up to pa
triotic music. A prize is to be of
fered .for the chapter submitting
the best program for Champoeg
Purchase of a flag for Oregon
Daughters of the American Rev
olution delegates to use at the
Washington, D. C. national session
and of revolutionary relics at the
state house in Salem was voted
Mrs. McCracken, state regent.
has visited the following chap
ters since the last board meet
ing: Salem, Pendleton, Baker.
Redmond, Ashland, Medford, As
toria, and Willamette. Chapters
have been recently organized at
Hood River and Newberg.
Central Circle of Jason Lee
Church WUl Meet at Aspin
The Central Circle of Jason
Lee Methodist church will meet
at the home of Mrs. Phil Aspin
wall, 840 Market street, tomor
A social hour will follow the
business session. Mrs. L. H. Rob
erts will be in charge of the pro
gram. Mrs. T. L. Voth and Mrs.
C. M. Roberts will assist the hos
tess at the tea hour.
Guests From Michigan
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glidden of
Michigan City, Indiana, are the
house guests of Mr. Glidden's sis
ter, Mrs. Almlra A. Hale, and his
nieces. Miss May Hale and Miss
VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTION; and
PRICE LIST OF THE OREGON STATESMAN
Vot Schedule te4 Tote Schedale be- Vote Schedule be-
Length f Vote Sthedole tweea dte ot tween detet of " '
i. February 19 i of March 4. of Mai-rbe,
.ubiTiptton up to Feb. 18 tod March 3.; and March 13. Bd March 0.
3 Months 3.000 2.650 2.500 71 2 250
Months 8.000 '7.500: 6,500 ,?'2
1 Year 32,000 30.000 26,000 24,000
2 Years 80.000 75.000 ! 65.000 60.000
3 Years, 144.000 135.000 I . 117.000 108.000
4 Years 216.000 202,000 175,000 162.000
5 Years I 288.000 270.000 234,000 216.000
6 Years - 350.000 3J0.000 - 306,000 284.000
7 Years ; , 450.000 418.000 380.000 362,000
10 Years 700.cao 650.000 600,000 650,00
The above schedule of votes, which lis on a declining basis, positively will
not be raised during the competition. (See opening announcement.) s A special
ballot good for 100,000 cxi ai votes will be Issued on every "club" of $10.00
turned in. The "club" may be composed of small or large amounts, totaling
$10.00 worth. This arm i cement will be in effect throughout the entire cam
pa gn and is to be consl ed part of the regular schedule. No subscriptions
will be accepted for more than ten years through any one candidate.
Add 5000 extra votes to the above schedule for each and every new dally
subscription you secure which is 1 month or less than 3 months, 10,000 extra
votes to every subscriptions which, is 3 months or less than 6 months aftd 25.000
extra votes for each subscription which is one year or more in length.
Subscriptions for odd amounts will be given votes pro ra
We will be pleased to furnish candidates with extra receipt books that
their friends may assist them in securing subscriptions-
When friends are signing receipts: for candidates they must sign the
candidates name per their own name.
The subscription rates of the Daily Oregon Statesman are as follows:
By carrier In the city of Salem, 50; cents a month; $1.50 for S months;
$3.00 for 6 months; $6.00 per year. Sunday bnly 20c a -month. "
By mail In Marlon and Polk counties, 50 cents a month; $1.25 for 3
. months; $2.50 for 6 months and $5.00 a yearj
Salem Daughters of the Nile
Entertain With Bridge
Patty ' - -" - j -- - -
Members: of the Salem Daugh
ters of the; Nile club entertained
their husbands with a delightful
bride party Saturday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. E.
Kuhn on North Cottage street, j
The living rooms of the Kuhn
home werej very attractive with
baskets ot red carnations and
High score prises for the eve
ning's play jwere won by Mrs. D.
X. Beechler and Floyd Patty of
In the group .were: Dr. and
Mrs. W. P. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. G
L. Newton,; Mr. and Mrs. George
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
i Pratt, Mr. land Mrs. Fred Wil
liams, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Flack.
Dr. 'and Mrs. D. X. Beechlec, Mr.
and Mrs.: Eiickson. Mr. and Mrs.
wayne nenry, nr. ana Mrs.
Floyd Patty ot SUverton, Mr. and
Mrs!; Harold Irish of SUverton, Mr.
and; Mrs. ii F. LeGarie, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert! C. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul H. Hauser, Mrs. Alice
Hoft, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Elker,
Mr. and Mrs. William McGllchrist,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Llljequist,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Laughlin, Dr.
and Mrs. Q. A. Olson, Mrs. Grace
Crater, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Sha
rer,: Mrs. Louise Sweeney, Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Petteys, Mr. and Mrs.
V. E. Kuhn.
3M and Mrs. Gardner Knapp
Will Make Home in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Knapp
(Lucille Moo.re) who since their
marriage in the early fall have
made their home' in Grants Pass,
arrived in Salem a short time ago
and will make their future home
here. At present they are the
guests of Mrs. Knapp's parents,
Mr J, and Mts. W. W. Moore.
Week-End Guest From
Mrs. Louis Grant Williams of
Portland was a week-end guest at
the; home Of Mr. and Mrs. William
F. McCall. Mrs. McCall and Mrs.
Williams are cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. Batterman
Honored on Twenty-Fifth
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Batterman
were pleasantly surprised on their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.
Sunday, January fifteenth, when
they returned from church to find
a delicious dinner prepared by a
group of their friends.
The long dining table was cen-
tered with a lovely wedding cake
decorated with silver ornaments
and topped with a tiny bridal cou
ple." Covers were placed for the
honor quests. Mr. and Mrs. Bat
terman, Mr. and, Mrs. C. E. Den
hem, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Simp
son, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Homeyer,
Mr. and Mrs. William Witael of
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cooler,
Mrs. William Rautenkranz. Mr.
Erwin Batterman, Gerald Simp
son, Miss Clarice Ritchie, Miss
Martha Batterman and Miss Erna
Mr. and Mrs. McCall Enter
tain With Dinner Party in
Honor of House Guest
An attractive affair ot the past
week' was the dinner party given
Thursday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William F. McCall in
honor of Mr. McCall's son, Jamesj
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The dining table was lovely
with a centerpiece of sweet peas,
primroses, and cyclamen in pas
tel shades. Covers were placed for
the honor guest, James F. McCall.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Page. Mr. and
Mrs. Jamea Imlab, Mr. and Mrs.
John Schlindler, Mr. and Mrs.
Mose Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Grote, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pratt, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Corydon Blodgett, Mr. aud
Mrs. Arthur Utley, and the host
and hostess, Mr. and Mps. W. F.
Senator and Mrs. McSury
Entertain With Several
Mrs. Charles L. McNary enter
tained at luncheon in her apart
ment at the Mayflower last Wed
nesday when her guests were
Madame Lipa, Madame Sawada,
Mrs. Frank Gooding, wife of Sen
ator Gooding; Miss Mary Louise
Morton; and Mrs. William C
Senator and Mrs. McNary en
tertained at dinner Monday night
in honor of the ex-governor of
Oregon, Oswald West. Senator
and Mrs. McNary later took their
guests to the charity ball. Mrs.!
McNary wore a handsome gown of
black georgette trimmed in rhiue
stones. Mrs. McNary is chairman of
the committee of official women
arranging a series of lectures ou
child welfare to be given at the!
Young Woman's Christian Asso
By mail outside of Marion and Polk counties, 60c a month; J1.50 for 3
months; $3.00 for 6 months and $6.00 a year.
Votes on Pacific Homestead, Northwest Poultry Journal and Oregon Teach
er subscriptions will be awarded on a pro rata basis that is $1.00 paid on any
of these magazine subscriptions will earn the same number of votes as $1.00
paid on the Oregon Statesman, etc.
Subscription rate of Pacific Homestead is $1.00 for 3 years. Northwest
Poultry Journal $1.00 for 1 year and Oregon Teacher $1.00 for 1 year.
For further information, subscription blanks, etc., call, write or phone
Office Oregon Statesman
215 South Commercial Stn Salem, Oregon
Start right away make certain that one of these splendid motor cars will
belong to you! The campaign closes March 20 make yourself a present of a
fine new motor car. Clip out the nomination blank below. Write on it your
name and address and bring or mall it to the Statesman Auto Contest Editor.
That starts you In the race with 50,000 votes. The next step is to get your first
subscription. It may be your own, a neighbor's or a friend's. You are privileged
to obtain subscriptions anywhere. You are not limited to your own district. You
can get subscriptions from any one. New and old subscriptions to the Statesman.
That first subscription when turned in entitles you to 76,000 bonus votes as a re
ward for your early start. Isn't it easy? Remember, your nomination first.
Send that in right now. '
Name ... . iv.
Sifaet and Number
Interesting Beethoven Pro
gram Given at Meeting of
Salem Woman's Club
One of the most Interesting
meetings ot the entire club year
was held Saturday afternoon by
the Salem Woman's club. The
program which featured the life
and works of Beethoven was pre
sented by the Fine Arts depart
ment ot which Mrs. Carl Gregg
Doney is general chairman.
Mrs. Doney introduced the
speaker of the afternoon. , Miss
Frances Virginia Melton, head of
the piano department of Willam
ette University. Miss Melton read
a highly entertaining paper en
titled. "The Gealus and Musical
legacy of Beethoven."
"Although the centennial of
Beethoven's death was observed
last March, he still ranks as the
W0rid-8 greatest composer, said
-Thre net n.-slon r1 hl
life: love of women, love of na
ture, and love of country. Each
found expression in his music. His
greatest achievement was the per
fecting of the sonata of which he
wrote more than thirty. Beet ho
ven founded the sonata in its In
fancy, nurtured it, wrote it in
perfection and crowned it with
immortality," said Miss Melton in
describing the life and works of
this foremost composer.
Musical numbers added greatly
to the pleasure of the program.
Miss Iva Clair Love, violinist, ac
companied by Miss Evangeline
Hall, played two solos. "Romance";
and "Scherzo. F Major, Sonata."
Miss Betty Corskie played the
"Mootight Sonata" as a piano
At tha business session which
followed the program it was decid
ed to hold a reception for the new
club members on Friday after
noon, January twentieth, at the
clubhouse. The committee in
charge includes: Mrs. Karl Becke,
Mrs. John Rand, Mrs. Harry Love,
Mrs. C. F. Hamilton, and Mrs.
Harry J. Weidmer.
One hundred and six dollars,
half of the amount arsied in the
bazaar sponsored in the fall by
the hospital department of the
i Salem Woman's club, was turned
over to tiie Salon) General Hos
pital to be used in furnishing the
The following resolutions were r , ,
passed for Mrs. O. E. Price whose! U lU C'll e Concert m Salem
death occurred taut ia L Ion Januant 26th
Whereas. ripsira " nnri.
our appreciation or the late Mrs.
O. E. Price, a valued member ot
Chrysler "52" 2 Door Sedan
fully equipped $970.00
GOOD FOR 50,000 VOTES
Only One Counted to an Entrant
lis Nomination Ballot is good for 50.009 votes
R. F, D. ......... .
the Salem Woman's dab, who to
efficiently served as treasurer to
any call In which her services
might be of assistance.
Resolved: that, we greatly
feel the loss to our organization
ot so capable and gracious a mem
ber, and that her memory will be
an Inspiration throughout the
Resolved: that, the above res
olutions shall be spread on the,
minutes of the club, that a copy
be sent to her family; and a copy
be forwarded to the press.
Mrs. F. A. Elliott.
Mr.s W. F. Fargo.
Mrs. W. M. Pennington.
Spend the Day in Portland
Mrs. Florence Shlpp, Mrs. Liz
tie W. Smith, and Mrs. Louisa
King motored to Portland Satur
day where they attended the in
stallation ceremonies of the Port
land auxiliary ot the Sons ot Un
All-Day Meeting of Auxiliary
of Sons of Veterans
An all-day meeting of the Aux
iliary of the Sons of Veterans will
be held today at the home ot
Mrs. H. St. Helens, 236 Court
street. Luncheon will be served at
Camp Fire Guardians
All Camp-Fire guardians and
assistant guardians will meet at
seven-thirty o'clock Thursday
evening in the auditorium at tb
Etkota Woman's Club Will
Meet This Afternoon
Members of the Etkota Wom
an's club will meet this afternoon
at the home of Mrs. J. Ray Pem
berton, 14 55 South Commercial
street. This will be a "Scholar
ship Loan Fund" meeting.
Mrs. Laughlin Will Entertain
Fondly Women's Club
Mrs. S. B. Laughlin will enter
tain members of the Faculty
Women's club of Willamette Un
iversity Thursday afternoon in
her home at 1605 Court Btreet.
Assistant hostesses will be .Mrs.
C. A. Kells, Mrs. Ray Keene. and
Miss Winifred McGlll
- Last summer in Pari. Mary
Lewis, whose own blond waving
(Conlimird on Pt 9)
for the person whose