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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM;" OREGON. SUNUAT MORNING, MAY , 1928
(Continued from page i)
Carlton Smith, Xiu LenU Weit
neott. Mra. J. R. Pollock. Mrs.
John - Rand. Mr. U. O. Shipley,
Mrs. Homer H. Smith. Mr. Mar
garet LeFuray, Mrs. J. T. Whittle.
Mra. fteorsje Waters. Mrs. A. T.
Wain. Mrs. Rex Darla, Mrs. Sher-
: Man W. Thompson. Mrs. W. I
Staler. Mrs. J. I. Stockton. Mrs.
OTTO J. WILSON
61 OTTO J. WILSON
Three years city council and
two years mayor of Salem. Serred
iw terms In Oregon Legislature.
A4. by Oct J. WiUoo.
Henry J. But, Mrs. H. H. OUn
ger. Mrs. Ed Baker. Mrs. O. C.
Locke, Mrs. Amy Taylor ot Al
bany, Mrs. frank Sharer, Mrs. M.
C. Catbatt. Mrs. E. Hoter. Mrs.
David W. Eyre, Mrs. A. F. Hassey.
Mrs. Seymonr Jones, Mrs. C. Of
Rice, Mrs. W. E. Anderson, Mrx
Panl H. Haaser. Mrs. Homer Ooa
let, Mrs. F. O. Bowersox, Mrs. J.
H. Albert. Mrs. J. C. Griffith. Mrs.
W. G. Allen, Mrs. Rose Babcock.
Mrs. R. P. Boise. Mrs. Breyman
Boise. Mrs. F. M. Brown. Mrs.
William Brown, Mrs.' Walter F.
Bachner, Mrs. Max O. Buren, Mrs.
Wolcott Bnren of Portland; Mrs.
Prince Byrd, Mrs. W. H. Byrd.
Mrs. Frank Spears. Mrs. Russell
Catlin. Mrs. J. B. Craig. Mrs. T.
B. Kay. Mrs. -C. H. Robertson
Mrs. John Scott Mrs. John Al
bert, Mrs. Frank Snedecor, Mrs.
S. P. Kimball, Mrs. Curtis Cross.
Mrs. E. E. Bragg. Mrs. W. H.
Darby, Mrs. Frank Durbin. Sr..
Mrs. Kittle Graver, Mrs. S. C.
Dyer, Mrs. W. C. Dyer. Mrs. P. A.
Elker. Mrs. Dan J. Fry. Sr.. Mrs.
Dan Fry. Jr.. Mrs. Kittie Graver.
Mrs. C. K. Spaulding. Mra. Walter
L. Spaulding. Mrs. F. W. Spen
cer, Mrs. R. E. Lee Steiner, Mra.
Fred Steusloff, Mrs. Henry Corn
oyer. Mra. H. R. Worth, Mrs. R.
W, Craig, Mra. Leo Page, Mrs.
James Lewis, Mra. H. W. Wintsler.
Miss Mabel Creighton, Miss Altai
Jone. Miss Katherine Hartley,
Miss Lou Thorn prr, and Miss Zoe
Music Week Will Be Ob
served With Concert at
First Methodist Church
- National Better Music week will
be observed at the First Method
ist Church Sunday evening with a
special concert by the vested chor
us oC sixty voices, directed by
Professor Emory W. Hobson. Pro
fessor T. S. Roberts will preside
at the organ.
The following program. will be
given, beginning at elghl o'clock:
Organ Prelude Professor :T. S.
Processional "O Thou God of
My Salvation"; Chorus.
jgjjj WDILIL WEAD1 j
figjgj J ;0n sports, on dress, on busi- lil
?- 'rr. ness occasions. The footwear
Hr" """V well-dressed men demand as Sill
f - ""S a matter of course. Presented Z&
V : ) here in diverse assortment. I
V ! J In the most swagger of the I
new lasts. Of tested leathers. y I
$4.50 to $9.85 U
Boater Drown Oboe Store
Apartments rent easily with
tfca PWIi Cm kn EUcr-KUfc
An ELECTRO-KOLD in the kitchen is as big a
factor in rentals as hardwood floors. Experience
of apartment house operators up and down the
coast indicates this. Electro-Kold, a 'pioneer in
apartment house refrigeration, can be installed in
old as well as new buildings. Electro-Kold has
scores less parts. Service men are factory trained.
As many as 20 refrigerators can be operated from
one machine, yet the cooling of each refrigerator
i is independent of air others. Positive oil return;
makes tubing drop unnecessary. Get more information.
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Since 1922 - The simplest electric refrigerator
Invocation Revu P. C Taylor.
'Father Once More Within Thy
nsHonse of Prayer," Matthews;
"By the Sea" Schubert;? Pro
fessor T. fl. Roberts. , t ?' ;
"The Spirit ot the IxTrd.! Elgar;
Chorus. - . ' -
"O For the Wings of a Dove."
Mendelssohn; Chorus. Incidental
solo, Mrs. Gilbert Wrenn.
"TJie Blind Ploughman," Clark;
Scripture Reading and Sermon
"The Message of Music"; Rer
F. C Taylor.
"The Lord's Prayer' Gaines;
Chorus . . . I! ' t.'
OffertorywRhapiody . Demar
est; Professor . Roberts Helen
' "Comfort Ye My People," Han
del; Ronald Craven. -
The Omnipotence," Schubert;
Chorus. Incidental soto, Mrs.
Benediction Organ Postlude
fflntoal Savings and Loan Association
A Salem Institution Organized In 1910
Place your savings with us
Let us finance your home oh weekly
or monthly payments
, 142 South Liberty Street
THE POWER OF THE BRUSH
Healthy gums can. bear massaging just as the flesh around
the fingernails can, with beneficial results. In fact,' the expos
ed surfaces of unhealthy Inflamed gums when given a correct
massage with a stiff bristle brush twice a day will show won
derful Improvement in the course of a week or ten days.
The brushing of the teeth and gums in a correct manner is
" of great importance. The slight pain that comes on during the
first week's brushing may be compared to the muscle Bbins of
an athlete when he fksts starts to get himself into condition.
The trainer tells the athlete to go on with his work and that the
stiffness will wear away, and It usually does. In the same
manner, the patient who fears he is injuring his gums when he
-uses the tooth brush correctly must realize that he must con
tinue, and by continuing this, the discomfort will disappear.
The gums keep In fit condition when they are brushed often.
This is so because bacterial masses and also the dead epithelial
cells which furnfsh part of. the bacterial food are removed.
When proper brushing first takes place, when done too stren
uously, unbrnehed spots are uncovered and there is apt to be at
first a slight systemic reaction which shows itself In soreness of
Efficient cleansing .can. give remarkable results, particularly
-when It Is done correctly and often. Ordinary mouth antiseptics
and dentifrices lave a great value at. times.! but for ordinarv
service their value is not very great when compared to effi
If the brush bristles are too stiff the brush should be plac
ed in hot water for a minute before nsing.until the gums have
become accustomed to genuine cleansing. As the gums become
hard and firm the stiff bristles can be fearlessly used.
THIS ARTICLE IS SPONSORED BY THE SALEM " PRO
GRESSIVE DENTAL. CIA' IS, THE MEM IS Kits AME AH
Dr. J. E. Albrich
Dr. E. R. Bennett
Dr. Fred W. Burger
Dr. E. L. Brnnk
Dr. a Ward Davis
Dr. Chalmer Lee George
Dr. W. A. Johnson
Dr. Max A. Moon
Dr. O. A. Olson
Dr. L. R. Springer
Dr. F. L. Utter
Dr. L. E. Barrick
Dr. A. E. Berger
Dr. B. Blatchford
Dr. Dalph L. Craig
Dr. Fred Ellis
Dr. David B. Hill
Dr. George E. Lewis
Dr. Carl E. Miller
Dr. Ben F. Pound
Dr. L. B. Schmidt
Dr. F. D. Voigt
on Her Day
May 13th is Mother's Day. A day set aside for us to
show our appreciation to mother. A little gift on that
day will help show that appreciation and we suggest
Linens; every woman loves nice linens and. we have
them; youll find no comparative prices here but you
will find quality linens at the right price.
Satin Damask Table
Pure Linen Satin Damask
pattern Table Cloth. All
white hemstitched. 64x64
with 6 napkins to match.
A real value in linens.
With Colored Border
Scotch Linen Table
Beautiful; Scotch Linen in
fruit patterns, satin stripe.
Double faced linen, the best
that's made,sttx2tt yds.
Napkins to match 12.5
A hemstitched pure linen
cloth in assorted- pat
terns with blue, pink and
gold borders. 55x70. 6
napkins to match.
All pure linen hemstitch
ed cloth, 55x55. Rose
patterns and colored
borders: of blue, pink or
gold. 6 napkins to match.
Linen Lunch Sets 34x34 In
checkered designs of Green,
Red, Blue. . 4 napkins to
; match. , -
Luncheon Sets in different
patterns: of, blue, pink or
gold. Site 45x45 with 4
napkins to match.
$1.00 SET $1.79 SET
'Pure linen -handkerchiefs
"with,; one-etxteeath hem. A '
very fine handkerchief .and
an Ideal gift. I In package. '
6 For 75c
. Handkerchief a nf nWif'.. -
hemstitched and white, '.or
colored Inlaid hand 'em-'
broidery, a beautiful hand
kerchief J . ... . .-. " . ;;.
SALEM PORTLAND , SPRINGFIELD
TIDE r ;
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where saviqgs are greatest "
160 North Liberty
NO FRILLS t
That's Our Specialty!
And You Get the Fullest
Measure of Quality Also
There9 s a Real Thrill in Shopping for
Especially midst Such a Modish Selection!
Brand new f rodks in a tempting assortment are waiting for you;
They are an advance oSSpring a hint of bright, warm days that
ajre not tar away. You will find them absolutely fascinating.
The Very Newest and Smartest Fancies
of Fashion Designers
tThe creators of charming frocks have outdone themselves this sea
son each garment is a delight as different, distinctive and al
luring as you could wish. One and two-piece styles show many
H475 to $1975
They make a colorful picture
roay tans, soft, fresh greens
and blues with black in evi
Styles for All!
Scores of styles so many that
every type of figure will find
several that are becoming.
Sizes for Women, Misses
Of Splendid GinUm
a t ,t r a
frocks -i- witn
able 11 they
wj y 11 1 111 1 n 1 m 1
: w "
Witk Pbaty of Coed
. of silk
Flattering Small Shapes
Are Features of the Spring Mode
- For general wear this
hose is ideal both be
cause it is good-looking
and inexpensive. Modish
Crowns that fol
low the shape of the
head perhaps a
brim and perhaps
not. Many, many
fascinating types ar
rive with the Spring,
Colors are Taried to match the
shades of coats and dresses. Black,
as usual, has a prominent place.
Felt, silk and novelty straws- are
3.98 and 4.88
Are Simple to Achieve With
Combination corset and brassiere
types are the favorite supporting gar
ments of "the modern woman. They '
mould the " figure gracefully and-sup-.,
port it just enough.
v '" i--' ' W' ' - r ' " " -
' ; Many Types for the I
Requirements of Every, i! ,
- 'Figure-'." -
' Xady-Lyke" garments are adapted .
to your particular -needsthe . inside .
4 abdominal support is a special feature -r
for large figures. The prices are sur
i prisingTy moderate for garments of 1
this high quality. " ' .
Match A Bag
To Your Spring Costume
The practical handbag
takes a distinct place in
your Spring costume it
must carry out - the color
scheme while it hides away
your money and your vaa
ity case. i :-,-.
n Various Shades
I The natu
ral charm ot
j o u r ' com
plexion is in
a touch of
Or Enjoy Them? hi
- Many people ." merely "en
dure shoes but. when they" sltpt
their feet into' this well jnade
Patent Tie they will know real