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Regular Meeting of Salem
Heights Woman's Club
The regular meeting of the Sa
lem Heights Woman's club was
held at the Community ball Fri
day afternoon, April .
Officers for the club year were
nominated and the following dele
gates appointed for the county fed
eration of Women's clubs meeting;
Mrs. Caldwell; Mrs, Foreman, Mrs.
IaDuke, Mrs. Miller, and Mrs.
The program Included a piano
sole by Miss Alma Amsler; vocal
solos. Miss Arbutus Rudie, accom
panied by Miss Amsler; xylophone
slo, Mrs. Wayne Greenwood. The
program was in charge of Mrs.
Mrs. LaDuke. Mrs. M. Sawyer,
Mrs. H. Sawyer, and Mrs. Fore
man were hostesses at the tea
Officers of Willamette
Shrine Entertained With
Mrs. B. B. Herrick entertained
officers of Willamette Shrine of
Jerusalem Saturday evening with
an Easter party at the home of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rig-
The evening was spent playing
games. Prizes were won by Miss
Ruth Lawrence. Judge O. P. Cos-
how. Amos Vass, and Will Neimy
baskets of daffodils, and jon
quils were arranged about the liv
A two course supper was serv
ed at a late hour. Miss Leila Rig-
don. Miss Edith Libby, and Mrs.
A. O. Mueller of Portland assisted
the hostess in serving.
Xorth Salem W. C. T. U.
Will Meet Thursday
The North Salem W. C. T. U.
will meet at two o'clock Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Wilkinson, 2390 North Church
All members are urged to attend
as this will be a very important
American Legion Auxiliary
Sponsors Card Party
April 16 l
The American Legion auxiliary
will sponsor a bridge and 500 party
Monday evening. April 16, in Mc
Cornack hall. Playing will begin
at eight o'clock. Refreshments
willJje served later.
The committee in charge of the
affair includes Mrs. Cyril Nadon.
chairman; Mrs. I. A. DeFrance,
Mrs. S. J. Hinkle, Mrs. Gus Erick
son. Mrs. Bert Lieuallen, Mrs. H.
G. Maison, Mrs. Ira Pitcher, and
All members of the auxiliary
and the legion, and the general
public are invited to attend.
Additional information may be
secured by telephoning Mrs. Lieu
alien at 1703-W.
Guest F rom Portland
Mrs. Schlldmeyer of Portland
snent Saturday in Salem with Mrs.
Flora Cochran and Mrs. Mamie
Callaway in their home on North
Miss Livesley and Miss Rob
erts Complimented With
Mrs. J. Shelley Saurmau enter
tained Saturday afternoon in her
home on North Winter street with
a charming afternoon affair com
plimenting Miss Dorothy Livesley
and Miss Mildred Roberts who
were Easter week-end guests at
the homes of their parents in Sa
lem. The guests included Miss Rob
em and Miss Livesley; Mrs. La
ban Sleeves, Mrs. T. C. Smith. Jr.,
Mrs. Edgar Hartley. Mrs. T. A.
Livesley, Mrs. John J. Roberts,
Miss Helen Adelsperger of Marsh-
tieid. Miss Margaret Stolz, and
Miss Catherine Hartley.
Several additional guests called
at the tea hour.
The tea table was lovely with
a centerpiece of tulips, daffodils.
and Cecil Brunner roses. In combi
nation with tall lavendar tapers.
Guest at John J. Roberts'
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roberts
have as their guest, their daugh-l
ter. Mrs. John Crandall Watson
i.elen Roberts) of Portland.
Alias Mildred Roberts, a student
at St. Helen's Hall, returned to
Portland Monday after spending
the week-end with her parents.
Operetta Will Be Given
Hy Music Department of ,
Parrish Junior High School
An operetta in two acts "The,'
Windmills of Holland" will be pre-;'
rented Friday evening, April 13
at eight o'clock in the Parrish au-j--ditorium
by the students in the '
music department at Parrish Jun
ior high school.
The cast which includes 50stu-'
dentrls beaded by WIHard Moses
-as "Mynheer Hertogenvos;" Kath
leen Phelps as "Vrouw Hertoren-
bosh;" Margaret Nunn. "Wilhel-j
5S!!l fn E8 .r!e- "H!,d"'"
Frank Willard. "Bob Yankee:"
W In Jens. "Hans.
Fifty student, comprise the or-
chestra which will furnish all mu-
sic for the production
The general public is invited to
San Souci Card Club Will Be
Entertained at Ivan Martin
The San Souci card dub will be
entertained Friday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan O. Mar
tin. 1C7S Fir street.
Salem Choral Society Will
Give First Public Concert
of the Season
A aemi-sacred concert will be
V given Sunday evening at seven-
To la j
Dorcas society. Christ Lnther-
an rhurrh. Church oarlors. 2:00
W. II. M. S. Jason Lee M. E.
church. Mrs. W. W. Chadwlck.
1390 North Winter street hostess
Barbara Frletchie Tent, No. 2,
Woman's club-house. 8:00 o'clock
Auxiliary of Veterans of For
eign Wars. Mrs. Christian Floer
257 Oak street, hostess. 2:30
Benefit bridge tea. Sponsored
by Chapter C... P. E. O. Woman's
club house. North Cottage street.
W. F. M. S. First M. E. church
Mrs. W. T. Rigdon. 299 North
Winter street hostess. 2:30 o'clock
Eagle Benefit Card party. Fra
ternal temple. 2:00 o'clock.
W. H. M. S.. Leslie M. E
church. Mrs. C. T. Mclntyre, 140
West Superior street hostess.
Philathean Bible class. First
Evangelical church. Mrs. J. S. Bau
man. 875 North 23 street hostess
Hanna Rosa Court. Order of the
Amaranth Masonic temple. 8:00
Thursday club. Mrs. R. B. Flem
ine. 785 Court street hostess.
Carnation club. Fraternal tem
ple. 2:00 o'clock. -
O A. C. club. Womau's club
house. North Cottage street. 8:00
North Salem W. C. T- U. Mr3.
Wilkinson. 2390 North Churtl
street. 2:00 o'clock.
Salem Music Teachers' associa
tion. Mrs. W. R. Bush, 1-63 Soutt
Commercial atreet hostess.
San Souci Card club. Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Martin. 1675 Fir streel
Salem Choral society. In concert.
First CoDKreeational church. 7:30
Bridge and 500 party. Sponsor
ed by American Legion auxiliary.
McCornack hall. 8:00 o'clock. Pub
thirty o'clock at the First Congrc
Rational church by the Salem chor
at society of 45 voices.
For the past several montht
weekly rehearsals of the aociet
have been bld at the Y. M. C. A
While several complimentary per
tormances have been given a:
state Institutions and at the Old
People's Home the concert nexi
Sunday evening will mark the so
ciety's first public appearance ol
A well-balanced organization o;
mixed voices including some of the
finest of Salem's musical talent
comprises the personnel of the en
emble which is under the capa
ble direction of Professor R. W
Miss Marguerite Bhimenberg i
In addition to selections fro it
the standard oratorios, the pro
gram Sunday evening will Include
a number of favorite choral selec
tions. Miss Roberta Morton wll!
play pipe organ accompaniments
for, several of the numbers.
Owing to the setting in whicl
the concert is to be given there
will be no tickets sold, but a all
ver offering for the society's ben
efit will be taken.
Guests of Relatives in
Mrs. Flora Cochran and her soc
Jay. spent the week-end in Cor
vallH with Mrs. Cochran's son-in-law
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Wolfe. They also spent a
short time with Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Greene near Suver. Mrs.
Greene is Mrs. Cochran's daugh
Mrs. Harry M. Styles Hos
tess at Meeting of Chap
Mrs. Harry M. Styles was hos
tess at the meeting of Chapter A
B. of the P. E. O. Sisterhood Mon
day evening In her home on the
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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY MORNING,
Mrs. William E. Kirk, president
of the chapter, presided at the
Members responded to roll call
with their favorite recipes.
An interesting , talk on "Inter
ior Decorating" was given by Mrs.
Louise Brickell, bead of the do
mestic art department at Chema
wa Indian school. Mrs. Brickell
emphasised the fact that the room
in a home should reflect the own
er s personality, fcne snggesteu
color Dlans and arrangement of
furniture to achieve various ef
The hostess wastrssisted in serv
ing by her daughter. Miss Maur
Salem Artist Receives Rec
ognition in the East
Salem friends will be Interested
to know that Andrew Vincent, son
of Mrs, Jennie F. Vincent of Salem.
won one of the $l.u,0 prizes offered
recently by the Chicago Arts In
atltute. of which Mr. Vincent is
Mr. Vincent was one of the 17
local artists who displayed pic
turee at the art exhibit held in Sa
lem last week under the auspices
of the Fine Arts department of the
Women's club. Hu paintings were
i Chinese river scene and "The
Road in the Red Hills."
Daughters of American
Revolution Meet in Dallas
Chemeketa Chapter, Daughters
af the American Revolution, was
entertained Saturday afternoon in
:he club-rooms at the Dallas li
orary. Hostesses were Mrs. Oscar
Hayter, Mrs. J. R. Allgood. Mrs.
J. L. Crider, Mrs. Estella Barnes.
Mrs. II. C. Eakin. Mrs. V. P. Flak
Mr. R. Y. Morrison. Mrs. L. A.
iloore, Mrs. H. S. Pinkerton. Mrs.
I. E. Sibley. Mrs. C. B. Sundberg
Mrs. C. C. Campbell, and Mrs. Hel
n Kimball, chapter members who
ire residents of Dallas.
The feature of the program was
he paper on the life and works of
Haul Revere which was read by
Mrs. II. C. Eakin.,
Reports of the state conference
vhich was held in Portland last
week were given by Mrs. Homer
Joulet, Mrs. Francis Cornell, Mrs
W. B. Johnston, Mrs. C. C. Clark
Vlrs. Russell Catlin. Mrs. Oscar
layter, Mrs. John Orr, Mrs. U. CI.
ihipley, and Miss Lillian Apple-
Mrs. C. W. Barnes and Mrs. J.
.i. Sibley presided at the serving
arns on tne tea table winch was
entered with primroses and daf
In May the chapter will hold on
ill-day meeting at Champo&g.
Miss Adelsberger a Recent
Juest i)i Salem
Miss Helen Adelsberger. a stu
lent at St. Helens Hall in Portland
;pent the Easter week-end in Sa-
em as the guest of Mayor and
vlrs. T. A. Livesley, and Miss Dor
thy Livesley who was with her
arents for the holidays.
1. A.C. Club Will Meet
The Salem O. A. C. club will
ueet at eight o'clock tomorrow
jvenlng in the Woman's club-
iouse on North Cottage atreet.
All former students of the col-
ege are urged to attend. Registra-
Kn for the spring term at TJoop
llle school" will be a feature of
he program which has been ar-
anged for the evening.
Spend the ' Week-End in
Mr. and Mrs. J. W Willett spent
he past week-end In Portland with
Mr. Willett's mother, Mrs. M. R.
Vcclesia Club Entertained
With Interesting Easter
Ecclesia club members were en
eniunea nionaay eventng with a
ielightful Easter party at the
tome of Miss Hazel McMorris
Hostesses for the affair were Miss
McMorris. Miss Thelma Meach.
Miss Edna McElhaney, and Miss
iew members initiated Into
lub membership were Miss Irene
le Lisle. Miss Margaret Brown,
ind Miss-Lillian Marshall.
The evening" was spent with mu
;ic and games following the short
business session. Refreshments.
arrying out the Easter motif were
served at a late hour.
Those present were Miss Anna
Mclntyre, Miss Lillian Marshall
Miss Mabel Erick9on, Miss Marcell
Caspell, Miss Louise Bryan, Miss
Ruth Cole. Miss Myla Chambers.
Miss Mabel Alrick, Miss Golds
Wheeler. Miss Ola Volkel
IN the old days, the corered wagon or dobbin
and the surrey furnished the transportation.
Today, fast trains and ships, automobiles and
air transport keep pace with the fast moving
world. Times and methods change.
Business too has changed. Sales methods of
eren a decade ago could not compete In the
business world of today. MuUm smlttmm use
die uUpbmte to keep in touch with the trade
between trips and to sell customers located
off the beaten path. BxeemUvts can no longer
wait days or eren hours for a reply to Import
ant questions. They rely on the tebphen.
Speed, economy and dependability have
made this personal means of communication
with others nearby and in distant places, a
valuable asset In any business.
Successful mmUs plows imdudt the tobpbmts
THX PACIFIC TELEPHONE
Bern ice Strand, Miss Rata Clag-
gett. Miss Louise Hlller. Miss Mar
garet Brown. Miss Gwendolyn
Jennings. Miss Ruth Moore. Miss
Verda Olmstead. Miss Rata Kitch
en, Miss Violet Bowden. Miss
Irene de Lisle, Mist Ivy Bowden.
Miss Velma Romlnger. Miss Es
ther Erlckson. Mrs. Marlowe Jones
and the hostesses. Miss McKey.
Miss McElhaney, Miss Mesch, and
Miss McMorris. -
Miss Xleta McMorris was a spe
cial guest for the evening.
Mrs. Mclntyre WW Enter
tain Leslie W. if.. 3. S.
Mrs. C. T. Mclntyre will en
tertain the Woman's Home Mis
sionary society of Leslie Metho
dist church Wednesday afternoon
In her home at 140 Superior atreet.
Mrs. A. S. Mulligan will conduct
the devotions and Mrs. John Ber
telson will hare charge of the les
Meeting of Philathean Bible
A meeting of the Philathean
Bible class of the First Evangeli
cal church will be held this after
noon at the home of Mrs. J. 3.
Bauman, 875 North 23rd street.
Mrs. J. H. Willett Hostess at
Delightful Afternoon Affair
A delightful affair of the week
was the seven table bridge tea for
which Mrs. J. II. Willett was hos
tess Monday afternoon in her home
on Fairmount hill.
Lovely baskets of spring flow
ers in colorful combinations were
arranged about the living rooms
and on the attractively appointed
tea table in the dining room.
The first prize for high score as
a result of the afternoon's play
was won by Mrs. E. R. Vlesko.
Mrs. R. W. Hartman won the sec
ond prize, and Mrs. V. E. Kuhn
The guest group included Mrs.
W. A. Johnson. Mrs. E. R. Viesko.
Mrs. U. S. Page. Mrs. Lee m!
Canfield. Mrs. O. A. Olson. Mrs.
Elmer Daue, Mrs. W. I. Needham.
Mrs. V. E. Kuhn, Mrs. Fred El
lis, Mrs. Walter Pennington. Mrs.
E. B. Grabenhorst, Mrs. C. A.
Swope. Mrs. H. R. Worth. Mrs.
George King. Mrs. John W. Orr.
Mrs. i.aban A. Steeves, Mrs. Linn
R. Smith, Mrs. Frederick S. Lam
port. Mrs. Henry Schniahll. Mrs.
ueorge R. Vehrs. Mrs. Walter
apaulding. Mrs. Roy H. Mills. Mrs.
Harry J. Weidmer. Mrs. Ralph
Glover, Mrs. Herbert Stiff, Mrs.
H. W. Hartman, Mrs. Frederick
Brock. Mrs. Paul V. Johnson. Mrs.
H. K. Stockwell. and Mrs. R. W
Mrs: R. H. Hartman and Mrs.
Laban Steeves assisted Mrs. Wil
lett in serving at the tea hour
Young Married People's Club
of First Presbyterian Church
Will Not Meet
The Young Married People's
club of the First Presbyterian
church will hold their monthly
dinner meeting the first Wednes
day in May instead of Wednesday
evening, April lg, as previously
Mrs. George Allen is chai rman
for the May meeting. The banquet
hall of the new church will he
completed by the first of next
Dorcas Society of Christ
Lutheran Church Will Meet
The Dorcas society of Christ
Lutheran church will meet at two
o'clock this afternoon In the
church parlors. Hostesses will be
Mrs. L. E. Barrlck, Mrs. H. E.
Abry, and Mrs. H. Albers.
Ruling Handed Down In
Ingersoll Watch Matter
WASHINGTON. Apr. 10. (AP)
Maintenance of resale prices on
Ingersoll watches is prohibited by
the federal trade commission in
an order Issued today against the
Waterbury Clock company. Water
bury, Conn., and associated dis
The order prohibits the manu
facturing and distributing com
panies by sending notices to deal
ers that any dealer who sells In
gersoll watches at a price lower
than established by the manufac
turer becomes liable in damages
to the manufacturer and asso
ciates. It also prohibits the pub
lishing of or otherwise using any
threat to bring suit or action in
aay court against a dealer who
sells an Ingersoll watch at less
than the company's established re
sale price for recovery of damages
on account of such deviation from
the resale price.
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FLVirJG Br NIGHT
- FLV'irjS 111 DAY
The Legion Courted Death
Famous Film At .
They courted danger they
laughed at death these men of
"The Legion of the Condemned"
and the story is thrHUngly told In
the picture which will be shown
at the Elsinore today and for
three more days.
Always flying always fight
ing' Flying by night flying by day!
When they were not flying ,and
fighting they congregated at the
Lame Rabbit vroere vnu
taunted each other drank to an
early end laughed at death
whose war was this anyway: It
was theirs the Legion's and
started because they had to find
some way out. But for every man
who folded his wings for every
man's name erased from the list
of the personnel the enemy paid
dearly. The Legion became the
most feared and most famous unit
on the front they welcomed
-Scum of the earth no, not ex
actly; but men who thought , they
had to pay the debt to society
the debt of death. Nothing was
too hazardous nothing too dan
gerous. Into this group of men came
Gale Price who thought himself
betrayed by his sweetheart he
came seeking an honorable death.
He became one of the leaders and
The "mission speclale" land
ing spies behind the enemy lines
oh yes. very few of them ever
came back but they fought for the
assignment. Gale wins and then
comes the passenger, Agent 137.
his sweetheart. He learns his
mistake and yet must carry her
over the lines they are both cap
tured and condemned to die. As
they face the firing squad the
winged Legion arrives and rescues
Price and his sweetheart, go on
a leave to Paris and his name is
erased, from the personnel.
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APRIL 11, 1928
Nip Venezuelan Revolt
Held National Capital
' CARACAS. Venezuela. Apr. 10.
(AP) In the very heart of the
Veneauelaa capital. Miraflorea pal
ace, home of the president, a bat
t.iinn of federal troops took up
in the dark hours of Satur -
..Wnim aarainst the govern
ment. The mutineers were headed
by Captain Ratael Alvarado and
At the moment of the rising.
Captain Ramon Gonzales, who re
mained loyal, was killed and Col
ossi Anibal Garcia, sub-commandant
of the garrison, who also op
posed the traitors was wounded
The mutinous soldiers then pro
ceeded to the San Carlos barracks
in the northern section of the
city, to seize large quantities of
arms and munitions. General Lo
pes Contreraa, commanding the
Caracas forces learned of the re
volt and took immediate steps to
put the barracks on a strong foot
ing of defense.
The mutineers who were accom
panied by students of the univer
sity were met with a rifle fusillade.
Several of them were killed and
others wounded. The loyal feder
al forces took numerous prisoners
and amlnistered a decisive defeat
to the mutineers.
Captain Alvarado was among
those seized. He declared Juan
Palaclos, a student claiming to
represent the federation oof stu
dents of the university,' had prom
ised its cooperation - to the move
ment. Several other officers are
among the prisoners. President
Gomez believes the prompt action
of the government restored tran
Kf 3 Floor
of men whose
quility In Caracas.
BOGOTA. Colombia. Apr. 10.
(AP) Recent events in Venezue
la are linked with president poll-
Uics by the newspaper La Manana
of Cucuta. near the Venezuelan
La Manana said travelers from
Venezuela attributed the situation
to efforts of a group of Venezue
lans to name General Jose An
tonio Batdo as candidate for pres
ident In the next election.
General Baldo is described as
having been active In politics for
many years. He Is presideut of the
state of TrujiHo.
BIG DAM CARRIED AWAY
Flood Waters Rush Down Conn -tlcnt
WELLS RIVER. Vt.. April 10
(API. A 30 foot dam between
Dal ton. N. II.. and Oilman. Vt..
went out early today, losing a
flood water down the valley of the
swollen Connecticut river. As far
as was known no lives were lost.
Ten Ohio Girls Sustain
Hurts As Platform Falls
WASHINGTON. Apr. 10. (AP)
Ten Ohio girls were Injured to
day when a platform In the
grounds of the Washington Cathe
dral collapsed, but physicians said
tonight all were expected to re-
Icover. Miss Inez uerum oi wiei-(
vcille. Ohio. t first was reported
Sacred Heart Acalny
incent DePaul School
Tuesday Night. April 17
A Me.zanine, Reserved $I.OO
Not Reserved 75c
VhJ h UJ 2 , , n 3M
to hare a fractured hseir H..t th;
was disproved by an x-ray.
The accident occurred when a
platform on which the girls were
standing gave way. All were mem
bers of the Waterville, Ohio, school
for girls, here on an Easter holi
Portland Girl Visiting
At Brixie Home, Gervals
GERVAIS. Ore., April 10
(Special). Miss Daisy Musicke of
Portland is spending a few week
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Brixie on the Pacific highway
south of Gervals. Mies Musicke is
well known locally, and a former
Willamette university student.
She Is recovering from a thyroid
operation. Mrs. Brixie. the hos
tess, was formerly Miss Sylvia
RICHARD DIX ILL
LOS ANGELES. Cal., April 10.
(API. Richard Dix. motion
picture star, was taken suddenly
ill today, rushed to a hosnltal and
operated upon for appendieitis.
o vacation can
compare with the
"house party djys" ii
and France on the
Art Crafts Guild
. . Sailings in May,
June. July, August.
September; cross on
a ciant Canadian Pa
cine liner down th
St. Lawrence uattr
S3S5 and up.
Canadfn Pacific Ttavtlltri
Cktjtut Good tht World Over
I Ak about Cansdisn Pacific 3
I Worla Cruie- Mediterranean 9
IjCrutt-South African Cruite'U
W H Deacon Ctnl Jqent-Pass'r Depcr,
SSThfriSt Pbnland Multnomah Hot H fatfc
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