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"District Meeting of Business
and Professional Women's
A district meeting of the Busi
ness and Professional Women s
clubs will be held Saturday eve
ning, February 25, at Coquille,
The dinner will be serred at the
Coquille Hotel at seven o'clock and
a meeting of the executive board
will be held at six.
The program for the evening
will be as follows:
Group singing of club songs.
Roll call of clubs and introduc
tion of state officers.
Announcement of state conven
Open forum discussion of club
problems Including membership,
publicity, program and finance.
Emblem recognition service by
"Why I believe In the business
and professional Women's club,"
by Mrs. Alice B. Haloney.
Special ' music, club songs, and
Salem members planning to at
tend the meeting should call Mrs.
Maude Pointer at 2458-R not later
than February 23 and should write
for reservations to Miss Saima
Lindrow, secretary, Coquille, Ore
gon, not later than Thursday, Feb-
. uary 23. The cover charge will be
A large number of state officers
are expected to attend the execu
tive board meeting as important
items of business will come up for
State officers are: president.
Miss Mozelle Hair, Eugene; sec
ond vice-president. Miss Minna D.
Schassen, The Dalles; recording
secretary, Miss Vera Can field, Ore
gon City; corresponding secretary,
' Miss Leila Hay, Corvallis; treas
urer. Miss Emma F. Summerfield,
The directors and chairmen of
standing committees are: member
ship, Miss Martha M. Oasch, leg
islation, Mrs. Mildred Lauru, As
toria; publicity, Mrs. Mabel P.
Maxwell, Portland; finance, Mrs.
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Lena M. Dennis, Roseburg; pro
gram. Miss Alice Cox, Marshfield
Mrs. Inez R. Chase Is president
of the Coquille Business and Pro
fessional Women's club.
Miss Delia Mills Honored
With Pre-Nuptial Affair .
Miss Thelma Johnson and Mrs.
Virgil Bursons entertained with an
attractive pre-nuptial affair In
honor of Miss Delia Mills one eve
ning recently at the Johnson home.
The earlier part of the evening
was spent with music and games,
followed by a mock wedding in
which Miss Irene Marr took the
part of the bride, Mrs. Alvln Marr
the groom; and Mrs. Virgil Bur
sons, the minister. Tho ceremony
was performed before an altar of
greenery and flowers. Miss Mills
was the recipient of many lovely
Guests for the evening included:
Miss Mills, Miss Alma Bowman
Miss Eleanor Qualey, Miss Gene
vieve Kuni, Miss Evelyn O'Bryan
Miss Grace Gillispie, Miss Helena
Schneider, Miss Erma Cobb, Miss
Helen Mae Hirron, Mrs. O. C
Mitchell. Miss Marie Schneider
Miss Naomi Cobb, Miss Claudine
Gillispie, Miss Margie Wheeler.
Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Winnie
Mills, Mrs. J. L. Zilke, Mrs. Lena
Fox, Miss Ruth Marr, Mrs. J. J
Gillispie, Mrs. W. A. Barkus, Miss
Irene Marr, Mrs. W. C. Johnson,
Miss Ruth Gladwlll, Mrs. Delia
Marr, Mrs. E. P. Mills, Mrs. J. W,
Howard, Mrs. Alvin Marr, Mrs.
Tschanz, and the hostesses, Mrs.
Bursons and Miss Johnson.
The wedding of Miss Delia Mills
and Leland Keithly will be an
event of early April.
Washington's Birthday Will
Be Observed at Garfield
George Washington's birthday
will be fittingly observed with a
program this morning at the Gar
Special guests, each of whom
will speak briefly, will be Mrs.
Mark D. McCallister, Mrs. Seymour
Jones, and Judge O. P. Coshow.
Benefit bridge and "5 00" par
ty. Sponsored by B. and P. W.
club. Miss Burch. and Miss Dlmiek
hostesses, 468 North, Winter
street. Reservations 2458-R.
Concert. Choir of Knight Mem
orial church. Rlckreall church.
Barbara Frietchle Tent, No. 2.
Woman's club-house. 8 o'clock.
Ladies' auxiliary of Fraternal Or
der of Eagles. Sponsoring bene
fit card party. Lodge hall. 2 4
South' Section. Woman's Union,
of First Congregational church.
Mrs. F. D. Kibbe. 695 South Com
mercial street hostess. 2 o'clock.
Meeting In charge of W. C. T.
U. officers. Mrs. William McCar-
roll. 2119 Hazel avenue. Those In
terested invited to attend. 2:00
Bethel Dorcas club. All-day
meeting. Mrs. J. M. Nichols, bos
Town and Gown club. Lausanne
hall. 2:30 o'clock.
Golden Hour club. One o'clock
luncheon. Mrs. Lloyd Springer
1395 Fir street hostess.
Ladies' Aid and Missionary so
ciety of American Lutheran
church Presbyterian church par
lors. 2:30 o'clock.
San Souci "500" club. Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Dencer, Liberty, hosts.
Program, presented by Sherman
Clay company. Central Howell
school. 8:00 o'clock: Public invit
ed. Silver tea. sponsored by Ladies'
Social circle. Knight Memorial
church. Church parlors.
Silver tea. Sponsored by women
of the First Congregational church.
Mrs. John J. Roberts,, 768 State
street. 2:30 5:30. o'clock.
Yomarco class of First M. E.
church. Mrs. E. C. Van Slyke, 890
Hoyt street. 2:00 o'clock.
Woman's club. Club-h o u s e
North Cottage street. 2:30 o'clock
District meeting, B. and P. W
clubs. Coquille, Oregon. Dinner
served at 7:00 o'clock. Executive
board meeting at 6:00 o'clock
Interesting Program Will
Be Given Today at Leslie
Junior High School
An unusually Interesting pro
gram will be given this morning at
Leslie Junior high school in ob
servance of Washington's birthday.
The following numbers have
"America the Beautiful" School
Address ..Miss Helen Byrnes, na
tional field secretary of the
W. C. T. U.
"Medley of national songs" ....8th
'Flag Salute" and "American's
'Demonstration of Correct Use of
the Flag" ....Paul Hauser of
the Boy Scouts
"Picture Study of George Wash
ington" Dorothy Krebs
"Mother Land" Song
9th grade chorus
"Our First Flag" a one-act play
Presentation of honor roll:
directed by Mr. Madeline
thrift, and honorable mention
i'Old Glory" Orchestra
Star Spangled Banner" ....School
The thrift prizes offered by Da-j
vld W. Eyre of the First National!
Bank will be awarded as follows:!
first, Elva Sehon; second, Georgia
Xash; third. Merle Sehon, a fourth
Frances Ruble; and fifth, Bessie
The honor roll students are Nina
Taylor, 7B .Charlotte Brown and
Thelma Davis, 7A; Arlie Dorance,
Olive Lamber, and Vivian Lank-
tree, 8B; Gwendolyn Hunt, 8A;
md Lorraine Haag and Lissa Par-
The hononrable mention stu
dents include: Margaret Doege,
Lucille Fortner, Evelyn Haag, Lu
2ille Kelty, Nadine McWain, and
Eleanor Trindle, 7B; Emma Jud
Jon, 7 A; Dorothy Krebs, 8B; Zel
.a Weathers and Kenneth Graft,
SA; Dorothy Burke and Ann Reed
Burns, 9B; Alice Halseth, Gladys
Hirfiker, Dorothy Kellog, Helen
rsen, Elva Sehon, Irene Irwin
?ern Shelton, Bernar Gilbert, and
Ernest Park, 9B; and Cecil Wood
ind Ernest Pearson, 9A.
Town and Goivn Club Will
Meet Thursday Afternoon
Toe Town and Gown club will
meet Thursday afternoon at Lau
Hostesses will be Mrs. R. J
Hendricks, Mrs. W. T. Stolz, and
Mrs. F. G. Franklin.
A dne act play given by members
of Theta Alpha Phi will be a fea
tore of the program.
Everyone Interested in Lausanne
hall Is invited to attend.
Guest of Parents in Salem
Mrs. Henry Tate of Stay ton Is
spending several days In Salem
with her parents. Judge and Mrs.
J. L. Hunt.
All-Day Meeting of Bethel
An all-day meeting ot me Bethel
Dorcas club will be held tomor
row at the home of Mrs. J. M.
Delightful Affair Given at
Kirk Home in Honor of
Mrs. E. P. Thorn
An attractive affair of the past
week was the ahower given for
Mrs. E. P. Thorn's three weeks'
old son, Ernest Plerson Thom, Jr..
for which Mrs. Karle Becke and
Mrs. Walter J. Kirk were hostess
es last Saturday afternoon In the
Kirk home on South High street.
Baskets of pussywillows were
arranged about the living rooms
where eight tables of bridge were
in play throughout the afternoon.
In the guest group were Mrs.
Thom, Mrs. E. V. McMechan, Mrs.
H. O. Maison, Mrs. L. C. Farmer,
Mrs. E. F. Proctor, Mn. Clifford
Farmer, Mrs. Roy Simmons. Mrs.
F. W. Poorman, Mrs. Ronald
Jones, Mrs. William B. Mott, Mrs.
Walter J. Page, Mrs. Henry
Schmahl, Mrs. Kenneth Brown,
Mrs. Frank G. Myers, Mrs. Brazier
Small Mrs. A. B. Galloway, Mrs.
L. S. Geer, Mrs. Grant Day, Mrs.
Will LUlle. Mrs. E. C. Pierce, Mrs.
Victor MacKenzie, Mrs. Harry
Craln, Mrs. Ed R. Viesco, Mrs.
Richard Meyer, Mrs. Jim Smith
and Mrs. Maurice Butler of Mon
mouth, and Mrs. Lockwood, Mrs.
Fox, Mrs. Jack Berrey and Mrs.
Charles Lockwood, all of Roseburg
and the two hostesses, Mrs. Becke
and Mrs. Kirk.
Mrs. McMechan won the first
prize for high score honors Mrs
A. B. Galloway received the sec
Mrs. Geer, Mrs. Poorman, and
Mrs. Galloway assisted Mrs. Kirk
and Mrs. Becke in serving at the
tea hour. The tea table arranged
in the dining room was exception
ally lovely with a centerpiece of
lavendar tulips In a rose bowl and
rose and lavendar tapers.
Shortly after the tea hour lit
tie Miriam Jean Becke wheeled In
a baby carriage piled high with
girts for Mrs. Thorn's young sob
Patriotic Program Will Be
Given This Morning at
A Washington and Lincoln pro
gram will be given at the Park
school Wednesday morning, begin
ning at 10:15 o'clock.
A talk on Lincoln will be gir
en by Mrs. W. J. Entrees, and a
talk by County School Superinten
dent Mrs. Mary Fulkerson.
Friends and patrons of the
school are Invited to attend these
The following program will be
Song "America" ...
Poem "My Hero"
Exercise given by SA students
Exercise Elmo Hudnell and Bob
"The Old Continentals" .
Seven 2A Boys
wny sambo Came Home"
....Walter Waterman and Ed-
- die Hamilton
"Washington" three 6A boys
Songs "Our Flag" and "The Pa
rade" .3A DUDils
Mrs. W. J. Entrees
Poem "Our Flag and Flag Drill"
1A and 2B pupils
What's In a Name" Billy Evans
Recitation "Suppose" Billy Lacey
Recitation "Like Washington"....
'"6 umuo xiyuiu ui i iie re
public" 3A pupils
vvasnmgton and Lincoln Sayings
6th grade boys
"Making a Flag" 5A pupils
"Flag Drill" ....4A and 5B pupils
Song First grade
uxercise four by 3B pupils ...
Song "Hear O Te Nations"
4th, 5th and 6th grades
Pupils of 6th grade
a nig v oice ....Lawrence AHport
"An 111 Treated Flag"
....Bernlce Fitsgerald and
"Lincoln and Washington"
Gaylord Wilson and Delbert
Song "The Fife and Drum
Corps" sixth grade
Talk on "Washington"
'Minuet" 5A ciass
"A Salute to the Flag" 2A pupils
Song "America the Beautiful"....
Interesting Evening Affair
Held at E. A. Rhoten Home
A large assemblage of - guests
was delightfully entertained Mon
day evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Rhoten, 15&5 South
The delicious dinner was served
at seven thirty o'clock at two lonr
uiuing taDies, covers being arrang
ed for 30.
Jl- i ia .
The evening was snent moat en-
Joyably with music, conversation
The guest group included: Mr.
R. J. Hendricks. Olive M. Doah-
Betty Willard White, Betty Tur
ner, Lillian Cadwell, Mr. W. H.
Henderson, Elizabeth Henderson!
Lowell Stiffler, Homir Stiffler,
Marian Barber Lucille Rhoten,
Velleda Ohmart. Charles Smltk
Mable Smith, Eva Over, Stanley
Stiffler, Donald Stiffler, Winona
Smith, Grace Henderson, Elenor
Henderson Ray Rhoten. Kathryn
Toung, Marvell Edwards.
Stiffler,.Victoria Stiffler, Alice Pa
penfus. Rex Rhoten, Louisa Pore
jade Clara Hoffman, and the host
ind hostess, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
r OmcK T L! vjf
Now That Better
The Oregon Statesman
PmbUshed vary sraUg eseept Man
47. at Btba. the capital of Oregon.
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N Ad taken for tea than S5.
Aim turn Sonday ONLY charred
AdTertisementa (except Fersonala
ad SitnatWtna Wan tad) will be Ukaa
Tar the telephone If the ndrertieer
ia a sabaexibar to phon.
Tha SU teaman will racaiv advar
tiaeasewt t My tima of tha day or
night. To iasura proper clasa-ficatioa
da ahauld ba la before 7 p. an.
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f anaatioaabia nataxa. atiarapraaan
tatioaa will ba tolaratad. Inlmrmm
tioa ahowing maj quaationabla intact
an tha part ci th adrartiacr should
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Ha lam a era.
CHEMKXZTA LODGE NO. 1. I. O. O. W.
14aata aTarr Wadnaaday oraning at
7:80 ' clack; third floor of I. O. O. Y.
Taaapla, coraar of Ourt and High BU.
F. N. Woodry
12 Tra. Salam'a leading Anetlonaai
ad Furnitura Dacler.
Ba. ft fltoro, 1610 N. Sanmar St.
H. F. Woodry & Son
Bight dawn town. Oath paid for naad
farnltura. Htora Mil N. Comm'L
TaL 75. Agaata for Laoga Rangaa, 2
COL. A. U. STEVKN80N AUCTIOXEES
38 raara azparianca ia tha WiUaaatta
Tallay, for ' da tea or arrang amest aaa
r. A. laniar, rami aartaar, nrtt
tional Bank, Salem. Phooe or writ.
A. L. BUTanaon. CorvallU. Or.
BROWN ELL ELECTRIC CO.. SSS STATU
Tal. BSf. Contract wiring. Elactria
aui-pliaa. Call a tor aiaatrieal work.
R. D. BABTOX XXIDK BATTEKIEg
etnr aaa gaaeiator vorc ; zos
FLEKSEB ELECT SIC CO. HOUSI
wiring hr hour or contract. Eitimatea
furniabad. . Tal. 0MO 471 Court St.
U. S. L. Service Station
High 6t. at Trada. TaL 1841
BICYCLES Repairing 4
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN COLUMBIA BI-
eydee an repa'r-nC. 87 Oanrt.
Gerald Cottenjtfr. and Mrs. Kay Honored
With Attractive Dinner Party
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Robert
son entertained Monday evening in
their home at 277 North Capitol
street, with an attractive dinner
party in honor of Mr. and Mrs
Thomas B. Kay who will leave
shortly for the Hawaiian Islands
where they expect to spend a
Sweet peas, with shades of rose
predominating, and tall rose ta
pers, formed a lovely centerpiece
for the dining table. Covers were
placed for the honor guests, Mr.
and Mrs. Kay, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Aperson of McMinnville; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank W. Spencer, and the
host and hostess, Dr. and Mrs.
Several hours of bridge followed
the dinner. High score prizes were
won by Mrs. Apperson and Mr.
Silver Tea Will Be Given Fri
day Afternoon at Knight
dapafVeVnoon at the kbSm Mei-
A tl.M. lit 1 t w-a I
oriai church, under the auspices
or me Ladies' social circle.
Hostesses for the affair will be
Mrs. Avis Martin, Mrs. Haag, Mrs.
David Eyre, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs.
Barnard, Mrs. Frank Martin, and
Ladies of Yomarco Sunday
School Class Will Meet
The ladies of the Yomarco class
of the First Methodist church Sun
day school will be entertained Fri
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
E. C. Van Slyke, 890 Hoyt street.
The afternoon will be spent In
sewing. Mrs. E. B. Millard Is
president of the class.
Spend the Day in Corvallis
Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. McCallis
ter, their daughters, Doris and
Marjorie, and son, Allen, motored
to Corrallis Sunday where they
ipent the day with Mrs. McCallis
ter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
ind Mrs. John Buchanan.
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AXDEKSOX ft &UPXBT. Baaltor
169 & Uigh. Tai. 1644
BARB IS ft BOND
200 Gray Bldg.
BECKX A) HND KICKS
119 V. High. TaL 161
a. o. BOHBrsmrr
14T N. CoaawcUa TaL 67'
H. X. BBOWN
109 B. Oaa'L TaL 639 ar 1066
w. r. BROWS
THE BUNOILOW EIALTr
447 6tau St. ;
LEO X. CHILD CO,
120 Stata HU
B 8. CLAEX
109 8. Ccm'L Tai. 659 or 2056
661 EUtt fit.
FRED a. OEL.ANO
20 K. Church. TaL lilt
HOhlEB D. rOHTEB 3XALTT CO.
116 firal Nat. Bank Bldg. TaL 642
GA8KILL ft EAitLE
166 8. Liberty flt. TaL 2242
W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
134 8. Lubarty St. TaL 615
320 C. & Bank Bldg.
W. G. KBDEGXB
147 N. Cbm'L
LAP LAS ft LAFLAR
Ladd ft Buib Bank Bldg. Tel. 64C
LvARSEN OR BICE
2C5 Oregon Bldg.
W. a; L18T0U
404-5 Haaonlo Bldg.
2074 North Capitol. TaL 2607
409 Oregon Bldg. TeL 1176
O. K. MIDDLETCN
f04 Oregon Bldg.
W. O. MILLS
331 i Stato St.
451 Court St.
JOHN W. ORB
New Blifh Bldg.
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484 Covrt. TaL 1166
PERBINE ft MABSTERS
211-212 Gray Bitg. Tal. 901
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, hawr
15 S. High St. TaL 6S4
RICH L. BElJaANN. Baaltor
219 K. High SL TaL 865
SALEM REALTY CO.
462 State St. Room 7. TeL 1004
3. B. 80OTT
231 N. High St.
210 Oregon Bldg. Tai. 1985
SOCOLOrSET ft SON
304-5 Firat Nat. ttauk Bldg. TeL 970
SQUARE PEAL REALTY
U. S. Nat'l Bank Bldg. TaL 470
TRIANGLE REALTY CO.
421 Court St. TL 651
ULBJCH ft BOBEBTS
129 N. CommareiaL TaL 1854
U. & REALTY CO.
442 Stata St. Tel. 2660
F. L. WOOD
841 State St.
CLEANERS AND DYERS 5
CHERRY CITY CLEANERS. 0.
Doane, 2S0 N. Liberty. Tel. 934.
SALEM CLEANERS A DYERS
1073 8. OoraM. Tel. 186S
Mrs. Adams Entertains
Minerva Club Members
Minerva club members were en
tertained one afternoon recently
at the home of Mrs. E. R. Adams.
Valentine decorations were ar
ranged about the living rooms. The
afternoon was spent with sewing
Mrs. Walter Thompson is a new
member of the club. Other mem
bers present were Mrs. R. R. Dan
iels, Mrs. Harry Plant, Mrs. Frank
Prince. Mrs. C. H. Ringwald, Mrs.
J. F. Ringwald. Mrs. Jim Ritchie.
Mrs. J. C. Turner, Mrs. Dory Ward,
Mrs. V. A. Straw, Mrs. L. Boy
tana, Mrs. Forrest Edwards, and
the hostess, Mrs. Adams.
Mrs. Jim Ritchie will entertain
the club in a fortnight.
Wom 1 Congregational
Church Sponsoring Tea at
John J. Roberts' Home
The women of the First Congre
gational church are sponsoring a
silver tea Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. John J. Roberts, 768
All women of the church and
their friends are invited to call be
tween the hours of two-thirty and
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Riddle
Their many friends will be in
terested to learn ot the birth of a
son February second to Dr. and
Mrs. Donald W. Riddle of Chicago,
Illinois. The little lad has been
named Robert Emery.
Dr. Riddle was a member of the
faculty of Kimball college for
three years. At present Dr. Riddle
is teaching at the University of
Chicago, and he and Mrs. Riddle
are making their home at 5402
SAYS TWT OOCtOR SeVYS
1 1 r. T"
Homes Week Has
THE BEACTT BOX
rVmnlata BaantT Sarric
520 SUte St. TaL 1965
THI flAPITOL REATJTT 8HOFPB
223 N. High. Por Appt. TaL 866
ELITE BEAUTY 8H0PPB
Or.r tha Gray Ball, TaL 914
LA BOSK BEAUTT SHOP
Marvelling 75e. Phon 754
HARINELLO BEAUTY PA BLOBS)
Permanent Wave Bpacialtat
S45 N. High St. TaL 1690
THE MODEL BEAUTT PARLOR
112 N. Commercial. TaL 56
THE MODERN MAKINELLO
For Men. Woman and Children
SOS Maeooie Bldg. TL S7
NIFTY BOB SHOP
Eugeae Permanent Waving. Hair Cutting
611 State St. TaL Z70
roe fineet chain ef Terminal
Hote'a in Oregon
Official Pepot For All Oregon
Pickwick Hammand and Parker Stage
Strictly Firat Clan.
Up to tha Minata
in aervice and
Meztaaina Floor With Baby Grand PUno,
Larre Wr'linr Room. I
La Ilea' Dretainc Room
111 Room 90 with Bath and Shower
Stage Terminal Motel
TO. W. Chadwiek, Pre.
W. A. Camming. Local Mgr.
Ckaa. V. Cooley, Aaa. Local Mgr.
Andaraon A Kuoert Oeneral lotarance
16 8. High. Tal. 1644
E. 1L BAIREY, Life, Accident. Sicknee
82 S Oregon BiUg.
189 V. High. Tal. 161
0. II. BERG. Life. Aeeldent. gickne.
328 Oregon Bldg. Tal. 1747
CENTRAL LIFE OEM.
OS-7 Oregon Bldg.
R. D. Q RAY General Iaanraace
147 V. Com l. TaL 3425
LA FLA It Ji LAP LIB
Ladd Buah Bank Bldg. Tal. 848
W. A. LISTON. Oeneral Inanrane
404-9 Uaaonie Bldg. Tel. 1121
RIOH. L. REIMANN Gen. In.. Loana
210 N. High St. TaL 865
Wiik. Fidelity National Forre Phllippl
408 Bank of Com. Bldg. TaL 2160
WILLAMETTE INSURANCE AGENCY
SIS Maaoaie Bldg. Tel. 982
HELP WANTED Male 6
WANTED SALESMAN. NEW PROPOSI-
tion, good money locally. Sea Mr.
Monahan, Terminal Hotel, evening.
DR. H. B. 8COFF1ELD. P. 8. C
Firit National Bank Bldg.
DR. O. ti. SCOTT. PlC. CHIROPRACTOR
258 N. High. Tel. 828-R.. Rea. 8104-J
FLOWERS FOR ALL. OO0A81ON8
OUan'a, Court a High St. Tal. 801.
CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
f uneral wreatna. decoration, u. jr.
Breithapt, floriat. 512 State Street,
FOR SALE FIRST AND SF.COND Mort-
Sage. Trnat Deels. Contract! oo
ouie Will net 6 to 20 per eant.
Heilir Bldg.. 1M9 N. High Bt.
Interesting Talk Given by
President of State Music
Mrs. Clifford Moore of Portland
state president of the music teach
ers association, gave a very in
teresting talk and demonstration
of the Moore method of teaching
piano last Eaturday evening at the
Y. M. C. A. before a large group of
Mr. and M,s. Dencer Will
Entertain San Souci Club
The San Souci "500" club will
be entertained Friday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Dencer, near Liberty.
Professor T. S. Roberts Hon
ored on Birthday Anni
A group of the friends of Pro
fessor and Mrs. T. S. Roberts gath
ered last night at the Roberts'
home on North Summer street to
honor Professor Roberts' with a
party, the occasion being his birth
Program Will Be Presented
Friday Evening at Central
A program will be given Friday
evening. February 24. beginning at
eight o'clock at the Central How
ell school under the auspices of
the Sherman Clay company of Sa
lem. The public is invited.
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-Coffey' Phot Berl
Tel. 70S. Peer tha Spa
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Ar. Heury E. Mortl, Optomoirlat
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Lawyer Telephone 10&S
Socolofaky Son. Tel. 70 204 S( 3
Baal Batata. Loana, Inauranca
Dr. Paeid B. Hill. Orthodontia
t Dtraightefling of Irregular teeth)
Suite 108. Hour 9 to 5
Every day eacept Thurday
Dra. O NaiU Burdatta, Optomatrlt
Phon 6i5 401-402-401 404 4. i
Geo. R. Vahra M. D., Pbyalciaa Surgeo
Snita 808. TeL 3878-2378 Re. 779
Rabin D. Day and Donald W. Mile
Attoraeya at Law
telephone 1B3. f 10 611 eig
tr. a Ward Davia. Qanaril Dent tal rf
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Dr. IL B. Seofiald -0)
Chiropractor. Nenroea'omater Service
Dr. H. M. Brown, By. Ear, Naa ac4
Throat SEMialiat. Suite 901
Dp. W. A
Jehnaon, Den tilt
Tear Home or Car now.
I. O. a r. BWg-. ! X. High St.
FAR hi LOANS PLENTT OF MO.NET
t loan on good far aaenrity.
CITY LOANS W ar loaning Pr
deatlal Inaaraaca company money on
aity reaidenea and kiuiaeaa property at
V par cant, plua eomaiaaioa Haw
kina at Roberta, Ine-, 308 Oregea
FOR RENT Apts. 15.-fc
NICE FURNISHED APARTMENT
8 RM. APT. WELL FURNISHED. DOW
tair. Prirate bath. 1133 Court.
I ROOM NICELY FUR-ISr?ED AI AhjC
ment. Heat furnished. 173 So. ittl.
XOU CAN PI. AT
WE TAKE CARE OF TOUR HOME
High rja retldentlal diatrict.
New, strictly modern, Quiet apart
ment. Frigidalre, Electrie Range. Radio.
Steam Heat, Brick-faced Building,
Two nnfornlahed rooms, bath, 880, 3
Three unfurniihrd room, bath, 840, gS
Two room rurnlahed oventuf fed.
$37.50 to 40.
Tbrea room furnmied overstuffed.
45 to $50.
New Management, Redecorated
850 North Summer St. Phon 1073
FOR REfiT Rooms 18
3 ROOMS. WATER. LIGHT, FUEL,
$30.00, elote la. 655 Marion.
FOR RENT Houses 171
5 ROOM HOUSE,
1540 Stata St.
FOR RENT HOUSES FLATS 8TORB
Banning. Deck Hendricki, 1(9 n.
5 ROOM MODERN HOUSE: Fmv Am
firaplac; piped for gas; gas hot waU
beater; garage. Tal. 1890 J.
5 Room Xew House at 1275 Eruk.ew
St. Good Garage $30.00.
7 Rooms Nicely Famished, Close in
8. Com l St. Gang for 3 Car. II
taken soon $40.
13 Room Hons at 985 So. Saginaw. A
""T asaker. It taken thia week
Privet Money la I.oa
LA FLA R A I.AFI.AR
Ladd A Bush Eans . bid.
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