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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1928
Wen' Council of First Meth
odist Church Will Meet
The Men's Council meeting for
April will be held next Wednes
day evening In the church parlors.
Dinner will be xerved at six-thirty
o'clock, followed by a business
session and program. Lloyd Rey
nolds, S. A. Wheelwright, and
Walter Pennington are membfrs
of the committee in charge.
Dinner Guests at F. G. Frank
Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Franklin had
as their dinner guests on Sunday,
Mrs. Laura Blair and ber daugh
ter, Miss Mirpah Blair.
Idlewyl Club Members
Entertained With Attractive
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Taylor en
tertained Wednesday evening with
an attractive dinner party, having
as their guests members of the
Idlewyl club and their husbands.
Mrs. II. A. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Al
lan Fletcher, Mr. C. Long, Lester
Jones, and Mr. E. B. Taylor, all
of whom celebrate their birthday
anniversaries in the month of
April, were honor guests.
Special guests were Verle Tay
lor and Robert Jones.
Baskets of wild flowers were ar
ranged about tbe living rooms of
the Taylor home.
Trillium-", flowering currant,
and wild orchids centered the din
ing table. Covers were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Fletcher, Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Swift, Mr. and Mrs.
t'reigh Long, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
DuBols. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Erirk
son, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Long, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Fitzgerald, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Jonen, Mr. and
Airs. Alva Potter, Verle
A SWEATER EVENT
of Unusual Magnitude
FIVE SPECIAL GROUPS
Round necks, V necks, square necks, button necks, slipons, coat styles, vest styles
with short sleeves, long sleeves and no sleeves. From pure white to pastel com
binations for sports wear and browns and other darker colors for beach and camp
ing. A glorious array of new sweaters for every desired need from sheer weaves
GWsSS JK?J?V NO OAT& - tS OUR NOftO -pl S - " ' ( SOONOS UKTZ A I ( UAl WUATr4 c. A I I ( OVUhS OWt -THAT V
Kensington club. Mrs. F. S. An-
unsen, 1110 North Capitol street
hostess. 2 o'clock.
Westway club. W. B. A. Fra
ternal temple. Mrs. Frank Shafer,
Chapter G, P. E. O. Mrs. Willard
Wlrtr, 770 Stewart street hostess.
Ladles of the G. A. R. Armory.
2:00 o'clock. Business meeting.
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary. Armory.
2:00 o'clock. Monthly business
Woman's Alliance. Unitarian
church. Emerson Room. 2:30
Chemeketa Chapter, I. A. R.
Library building. Dallas. 2:30
Salem Nature club. Y. M. C. A.
Prof. Morton Peck, leader. 8:00
Film at First Congregational
church. "Soul of Man.'' 7:30
Robert Jones, and the host and
hostess, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Taylor.
The evening was spent playing
500. The high score prizes were
won by Mrs. Leon DuBols and E.
B. Taylor. Mrs. Alra Potter and
Mr. L. E. Swift received the second
Member of O. S. C. Faculty
a Speaker in Saiem
Mrs. Jessie D. Williams return
ed to her home In Corvallis fol
lowing her talk Tuesday evening
at the meeting of the Child Study
$1.95 Jd gJpi
class of tbe American Association
of University Women. Mrs. wu-1
llama Is nutrition expert at Oregon
State College. N
Mrs. Willard Wirtz Will
Entertain Chapter G, P. E. O.
Mrs. Willard Wlrti will enter
tain members of Chapter G of the
P. E. O. Sisterhood this afternoon
in her home at 770 Stewart street.
Plans will be made at this time
for the benefit bridge tea which
the chapter will sponsor .next
Wednesday afternoon, April 11.
in the Woman's clubhouse on
North Cottage street. Mrs. Harold
Hughes is chairman of the com
mittee in charge of tbe affair.
House Guests For the Week
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lang have
as their house guests this week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Syther. and
their two sons. Bradford and
Merylin, of Tacoma. Washington.
Piety Hill Club Will Be En
tertained April 11
Mrs. E. C. Cross, Mrs. Russell
Catlln. and Mrs. Henry B. Thiel
sen will entertain members of the
Piety Hill club on Wednesday af
ternoon. April 11, In Mrs, Cross'
home at 1185 Chemeketa street.
The meeting of the club was or
glnally planned for yesterday aft-lM.
of Holy Week observance.
ChXJreri of American Revo
lution Have First Conven
tion Children of the Sons and Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
held their first state convention
at the Multnomah hotel in Port
land last Saturday, following the
three day conference of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution.
There are 2 43 members of the
state organization, representing
six chapters of the state Including
the Salem seclety, which is being
organized under the direction of
Mrs. C. C. Clark.
More than 125 attended the
luncheon which opened the con
vention. Greetings were given by
Mrs. Isaac Lee Patterson, first
state promoter, and former vice
president general of the D. A. R.;
the retiring and new state regents
Mrs. Gordon MacCracken of Ash
land and Mrs. E. C. Apperson of
MeMlnnyllle; Amedee M. Smith,
president of tneu. a. r.j mpa An
ae M. Lang, The Dalles, ex-vice-
president general; Past State Di
rector. Mrs. Workman presented
greetings .from the organising
president, Mrs. John J. Reed, of
Pamdena, California. Willamette
chapter regent. Mm. W. W. Mc
Credle, mother chapter of Colum
bia society. Mrs. Tlllson; Junior
and senior groups through Eliza
beth Warren and Richard Jack-
Laon, presidents; Mrs. btoetcle;
past state directors of Oregon and
Montana, Mrs. Walker and Mrs.
H. R. Wahoskl.
By-laws were adopted and a
brief memoriam was held for the
only death In the 15 years of the
life of the society.
Royal Neighbors and Mod
ern Woodmen Hmve Home
The Royal Neighbors of Amer
ica and the Modern Woodmen of
America held a home-c o m 1 n g
meeting at the Fraternal temple
on Monday evening, April second.
Refreshments were served fol
lowing tne interesting program
hich Included the singing of
America," the address of welcome
given by Dr. R. E. Lee Steiner;
piano solo played by Miss Margaret
Hogg; dances by pupils of Bar-
Kara RarniM' nnn a vrtru 1 rt I Kir
... . ' .r,npnn,n,.H
by Miss Elva Amcler
Other numbers were a piano
duet played by Mildred and Ken
neth Abbot "Reminiscences of
Oregon Grape Camp" given by
state deputy. Mrs. Ida Hamblen;
a solo sung by Mr. H. C. Coursey
a reading given by Mrs. Clifton
Mudd, a recitation by Miss Eva
Tucker, a violin solo played by
Miss Isabell Gragg, and short
talks by Mr. Coursey, Mr. Hixson,
and Mr. Robinson.
The committee In charge of the
affair included Mrs. Leila Sharp,
Mrs. S. J. GentzkowMrs. Shearer,
Mrs. A. H. Bonn, Mrs. C. L. Par
menter, Mrs. Bard, Mrs. Fiala,
Mrs. Pearl Llcklss, Mrs. Marsh,
Mrs. H. C. CourBey, Mr. Walker
Persons, and Mr. Lee Harland
Cards and danclDg were enjoy
ed later in the evening.
The rooms were attractively
decorated with ferns and primros
es by Oscar Olson of the Olson
Film at First Congregational
Church Sunday Evening
The "Soul of Man" Is the title
of the film which will be shown
at tbe First Congregational church
Sunday evening in conjunction
with the evening services.
Public Interested in Artists'
Exhibit at Senator Hotel
A great deal of interest is being
evinced in the exhibit of pictures
painted by 20 leading Oregon ar
tists which Is on display in a
Court street room of the Senator
hotel building this week.
The exhibit is sent out to the
various clubs of the state by the
Oregon Federation of Woman's
clubs in order to familiarize the
people of the state with their own
artists, all of whom are much bet
ter known in other parts of the
country than in their home state.
The Business and Profsesional
Women's club is in charge of the
exhibit this evening. Students
from the Art club at the high
school assist on the hostess com
mittee each afternoon and eve
ning. CAN WALK FIVE
MILES A DAY
After Taking Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound
Providence, R. T. "It Is two Tears
ago since I first took Lydia E. Pink-
Compound for my
nerves and other
bad feelings and
it has been help
ing me all this
time so that I
am able to do all
my work now
and walk about
five miles a day
besides. I am
still taking your
feel like a young woman although I
am about 45 years old now. 1 feel
well and happy and if anyone wishes
to write to me about vour medicines
I will be glad to answer." Mas. J.
Tagt.i a M05TI, 11 Tequot Street,
Providence, R. I.
YOUR HAIR IS AS IMPORTANT
AS YOUR HAT ON EASTER
The two local chapters of tbe
P. B. O. Sisterhood, A. B. and G.
will compose the hostess commit
tee later In the week.
The exhibit is open to tne public
tnriav tomorrow, and Saturday, I
from two-thirty to five o'clock in
the afternoon and from seven-thir-j'
ty to 10 in the evening
Guest in Corvallis For the
Miss Margreta Millard spent the
past week-end In . Corvallis with
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr
affi Mrs. Stuart Kibbe. On Satur
day evening. Miss Millard was a
guest at Theta XI formal dance
which was held at the College Gar
dens. Mrs. Martin Hostess at
Meeting of Needlecraft Club
Mrs. George Martin was hostess
at the meeting of the Needlecraft
club Tuesday afternoon in her
home at 1190 South 14th street.
Members present were Mrs. I.
L. McAdams, Mrs. L. C. Brother
ton, Mrs. L. Bechtel, Mrs. J. W.
La Bare, Mrs. A. J. Basey, Mrs.
Ruth Dennison. Mrs. F. G. Jewett,
Mrs. . u. &iem. ana me nu8-
ites8. MrB- '"in- . ,
Reiresnments were servea iate
j .. -.-..-j;!-
was cemereu wuu uanuuns,
The club will be entertained
April 24 at the home of Mrs. J.
W. LaBare, 1835 Lee street.
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary Will
Meet Friday Afternoon
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary will meet
at two o'clock Friday afternoon
at the armory. This will be the
regular monthly business meeting
of the auxiliary.
Delightful Meeting, of Salem
Writers' Club at W. D.
An unusually interesting meet
ing of the Writers' Section of the
Salem Arts League was held Tues
day evening at the home of Mrs.
W. D. Smith and Miss Grace Elis
abeth Smith on Center street.
Special guests for the evening
included Dr. William Webster
Ellsworth, noted author and edi
tor, who wijl speak at Waller hall
on the Willamette University
campus this evening on the sub
ject, "Shakespeare and Old Lon
don;" and Mr. and Mrs. Ray L.
Smith, Mrs. B. L. Steeves, and Dr.
and Mrs. John Martin Canse.
Mrs. Steeves and Dr. Canse are
new members of the section.
The early part of the evening
was devoted to a discussion of the
lecture which John Erskine,' auth
or of "Helen of Troy" and "Gala
had" gave at Corvallis Monday
evening lead by Mrs. r . u. jrana-
lin. Dr. H. C. Koehler, and Mr. J.
Charlrs J. Lisle read an editor
ial which he has written recently.
Dr. Canse read a sketch entitled.
"The Missionary Apple Tree."
Mrs. B. L. Steeves, whose book,
"Remembrances. of Marion County
Pioneers'' has aroused much favor
able comment in literary circles,
Professor Morton Peck read a
poem. "The Wandering Tattler.
Mrs. W. F. Fargo and Mrs. Blanche
M. Jones also read poems which
have been published in recent is
sues of literary magazines.
A delightful talk by Dr. Ells
worth was a feature of the eve
ning. Dr. Ellsworth, who was for
merly publisher of the Century
magazine, told a number of inter
esting incidents concerning his
work. His remembrances of such
famous authors as Edward Everett
Hale. Kate Douglas Wiggins, Rob
ert Louis Stevenson, Mark Twain,
and J. Fennimore Cooper, were of
Refreshments were served later
by the hostesses, Mrs. W. D.
Smith, and Miss Grace Elisabeth
Others present at the meeting
were Miss Edna Garfield. Mrs.
Morton Peck, Mrs. C. A. Kells.
Mrs. Higgins, Mrs. W. D. Smith,
and Mrs. Grace E- Smith.
The club will be entertained in
a fortnight at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John M. Clifford at 1680
Mrs. George Patterson Spend
ing Several Days in Portland
Mrs. George Patterson has been
called to Portland due to the ser
ious illness of her brother-in-law,
Arthur H. Abbott.
Mizpah Class of First Baptist
Church Entertained at T. W.
Members of the Mizpah class of
the First Baptist church were en
tertained Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. T. W. Davies on
The Spring: trend is toward soft curls
Four expert permanent wave
operators and two machines.
Open evenings by appointment..
TEL. 1047 and 1173
North Cottage street.
Baskets of Japanese quince were
arranged about the living rooms.
Mrs. E. J. Ayers. president of
the class, was in charge of the de-
votlons which were followed by
several prayers and the singing of
My Faith Looks Up To Thee."
Members answered roll call with
Refreshments were served at the
social hour which followed the
business session. Assisting the hos
tess were Mrs. T. J. Blessing, Mrs.
M. E. Madison, Mrs. E. G. Scott,
Mrs. Peter Madison, Mrs. T. W.
Edgar, and Mrs. McAdams.
Special guests for the evening
Included Mrs. C. G. Barhyte. Mrs.
J. D. Wilt, Mrs. G. W. Rutsch.
Mrs. Nellie Snyder, Mrs. S. E.
Broer, and Mrs. Etta C. Groves.
Members of the club present
were Mrs. Harry L. Woodward.
Mrs. M. Jensen. Mrs. Wiley Wea
thers, Mrs. M. E. Madison, Mrs. T.
J. Blessing. Mrs. E. G. Scott. Mrs.
Peter Madison, Mrs. T. W. Edgar.
Mrs. McAdams, Mrs. W. D. Gregg.
Mrs, Stella Morley. Mrs. B. J.
Weyman. Mrs. Daniel Anderson.
Mrs. Mels Olen, Mrs. L. Tweedale,
Mrs. S. Clare, Mrs. M. S. Skiff.
Mrs. E. R. Edwards, Mrs. A. E.
Craig, Mrs. J. A. Elwell, Mrs.
Charles Weathers. Mrs. Milton
J. L. Payne, Mrs.
f J Sc
Schellberger. Mrs. S. W.
Christosterson, Rev. R. L. Payne,
and the hostess, Mrs. Davies.
Guest in Salem From
Mrs. Frank Stanton of Portland
is a house guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Martin.
U. S. Representative Dies
At Hospital In Boston
ARLINGTON, Mass . Apr. 3.
(AP) Representative Jas. A. Gal
livan of South Boston, who had
represented the 12th Massachu
setts district since 1914. died at
the Ring hospital here early today
as the result of a heart attack. He
was 62 years old.
Gallivan came to Boston Satur
day' from Washington, making the
trip against the advice of physi
cians who had been treating him
for threat trouble. On Sunday he
attended the installation ceremon
ies at the Boston lodge of Elks.
He went for rest and observation'
to the Ring hospital. Early this
morning a nurse found him dead
MtXARY BILL VI
WASHINGTON, Apr. 4. (AP)
Chairman Haugen of the house
agricultural committee announced
today that he hoped to place the
McNary-IIaugen farm relief mea
sure on the floor of the house some
time next week. He introduced it
QI AKK IX PERU
LIMA, Peru, Apr. 4. (AP)
An earthquake of considerable In
tensity but of short duration shook
this city today. No damage was
Svropsi of the Annual .Statement of the
INDIANA LTJMB E BMEN 8 MUTUAL
jt Indianapolis, in the State of Indiara.
on the thirty-first day of Ierembfr, 1927,
made to the Insurance Couitui jsiont-r of
:be State of Oregon, pursuant to law:
monnt. of capital stolr
paid up .$ Mutual
Net premiums received
during the year. $ 188.8.131.52
Interest, dividends and
rents received during
tba year '116.652.50
Income from other sour
ces receired during
tba year 150 00
Total Income $ 1.255.8 1 6.24
.Vet losses paid during
the year including ad
justment expenses $ 424.382 40
Dividends paid to policy
holders during the
Commissions and. salaries
paid during the year ... 158,096 60
Taxes, licenses and fees
paid daring the year . 18.125 94
Amount of all other ex
Total expenditures 1,170.048.59
Value of real estate own
ed (market ralue) $ 298,294.03
Value of stocks and hands
owned (market value).. 965,456.00
Loans on mortgages and
collateral, etc 765,820.99
Cash' in bank and on
Premiums In course of
collection written sinca
September 80. 1927. 89,187 95
Interest and rents due
and accrued 23.952.58
Total admitted assete S 2,136,579 02
Gross claims for losses
nnpaid $ 68.845 00
Amount af unearned pre
miums on all outstand
ing risks 615,057 86
Due for commission and
AH other liabilities Nona
Total liabilities, exclu
sive of capital stack
of $ MntuaP f 711.402.36
Business In Orea-on far the Tai
Net premiums receired
during the year I 993 04
Lossed paid during the
Losses incurred during
the year 286.82
INDIANA I.Uaf BF.RMEN8 MUTUAL.
J. W. Pinna!!, President.
T. B. Fowlar. Secretary.
Statutory resident attorney for serriee:
Insurance Commissioner, fialem. Ore.
By PAUL ROBINSON
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Meets every Wednesday evennig at
7:80 o'clock; third floor of I. O. O. F.
Tr tuple, corner of Court and High kit.
12 Trs. 1 Sslein'a leading Auctioneer
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Oil Companies Come
Under Ban In Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. Apr
3. (AP) A blanket cease and
desist order was Issued today
against 51 oil stock companies and
promoters In eight states by Fen
ton T. Stockard, state securities
commissioner. The order ordered
the companies to attempt to sell
no more stock in Missouri under
penalty , of persecution under the
state blue sky law.
The "commissioner warned pros
pective investors to beware of
stock offers and to Investigate all
propositions thoroughly before in
vesting. Most of the companies are Tex
PENDLETON. Ore.. Apr. 4.
(AP) Tom Gurdane, Pendleton's
chief of policcv and one of tha cap
tors of Edward Hickman; returned
home last night after being away
lace Christmas on details of the
trial and reward In Los Angeles.
Onrdane will likely start prepar
ations for his campaign to aeerk
th sheriffs office on ta rcpub
lican.tlcket within the near future.
WASHINGTON- isr. 4 tAPi
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sent to the house a 1otnt ranin
tlon bj Senator Shlpstead. farmer
labor. Minnesota, authorising the
president to settle claims amount
ing to abomt $1,000,000 bronrht
by grain elerators and grain firms
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STATEMENT Or THE OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT. CIRCULATION ,
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(f The Oregon Statesman, published daliy
at Salem, ttregon, for April 1, 1928,
IS! ate of Oregon, County of Marion, ss.
Before me. a Notary public in and tew
the State and connty aforesaid, personal
ly appeared R. J. Hendricks, who, having
been duly sworn according to law, depose
and aays that he is tha publisher of Thev
uregon btaiesman, ana uiii sue
lowing is. to tha best of his knowfrure
and btlief. a true statement of tha own
ership, management (and it a daily
paper, the circulation), etc., it
tha aforesaid publication for tha data
shown in tha above caption, required r.y
the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in
section 411, Postal Laws and Riegulatiui e,
printed on the reverse of this form, to
1. That the names and addresses I
the publisher, editor, managing (0 l r,
and business managers are:
Publisher, R. J. Hendricks, Salem. 're-
Editor. R. J. Hendricks, Palem, Orfr".
Managing Editor, Irl.S. McSbcrry, ha
business Manager, It. J. Hendricks, a
2. That the owner is: (If owned It a
corporation, its name and address must
be stated and also immediately thereun
der tba names and addresses of stok-
holders owning or holding one per cent
or mora of total amount of stork. If not
owned by a corporation, the names ai.d
addresses of tha individual owners n.i.i-t Jr.
be ffiven. If owned bv a firm, cororar t,
n r other unincorporated enncern, its nam
and address, as well as those of ea h . i.
dividual member, must be given.)
Statesman l'ublbing Company, S '!),
R. J. Hendricks. Salem. Oregon.
Carle A brain. Salem, Oregon.
Irl 8. McSherry, Salem, Oregon.
8. That the known bondholders, mrrt
gsgees. and other security holders wan
ing or holding 1 per cent or mora of tc
tal amount of bonds, mortgages, orirr
securities: (If there are none, so stair.)
4. That tbe two paragraphs next abe,
giving tha names of the owners, stink
holders, and security holders, if any, ton
tain not only tha list of stockholder and
security holders as they appear upon tt.a
books of the company but also, in carta
where the stockholder or security tioidtr
appears upon the books of the eono,e y
as trustee or In any other fiduciary rela
tion, tha name of tba person or corpora
tion for whom such trustee is actinr. .a
given; also that tba said two paragrr.a ,
contain statements embrscing affiai I a J
full knowledge and belie! as to the r.r
cumttanres and conditions under h,h
stockholders and security holders who do
not appear upon the books of the com
pany as trustees, hold stock and eecunitfa
in a capacity other than that of a l.oi a
fida owner; and this affiant has no rea
son to believe that any other person, as- v
soriktion, or corporation has any intert
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