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THE OREGON - STATESMAN, SAT., OREGON, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1928
Salem Lion's Club Completes
Improvements at Y. W. C. A.
, The Y. W. C. A. summer camp
Santally," near Mehama, boasts
a number of improvements within
the past two weeks. Members of
the Salem Lions club, who have
sponsored the camp, have built
partitions, screened windows and
doors, and cleared and graveled
the entrance drive, as well as con-
structed front and back porches.
Mr. C. F. Giese has contributed
. supplies for the well, and Mrs. C.
. S. Hamilton has donated an oil
burner range for camp kitchen.
T Frank E. Neer of the Salem Brick
and Tile company donated all the
brick for the fireplace, construe
tion of which will be begun short
ly. Other materials for the fire
place have been bought with mon
ey raised by means of two cooked
food sales given under the effi
cient direction of Mrs. E. T.
Barnes. Mrs. Barnes has been as
. sisted by Miss Elizabeth Baker, lo
cal secretary of the Y. V. C. A.;
Mrs. J. H. Baker, Mrsr J. H. Lau-
Utwuan, Mrs. W. E. Kirk. Mrs.
Harry Hawkins, Mrs. L. H. Mc
Mahan, Mrs. W. Connell Dyer, Mrs.
D. R. Ross, Mrs. Frank Erickson,
Ufrs. B. E. Carrier, and Mrs. Paul
The camp is particularly in need
of a Coleman lamp and chairs for
;"-iiYlng room, as well as un
' breakable dishes and -other kitch
en equipment. The rooms are fur
nished with rougn tables and ben
ches. It is aleo hoped that the two
acres of ground which were do
nated for the camp by Joseph It
Albert can be fenced before the
opening of the camp, July 9.
State Convention of Sons of
Veterans' Auxiliary Will Be
Held in Roseburg .
The state convention of the Sons
of Veterans and auxiliary will be
held June 26 at Roseburg.
Mrs. Margaret Waters of Massa
) chusetts national president of the
Sons of Veterans anxiliary. will be
a special guest. The following de
partment officers will also be in at
tendance at the convention: Mrs.
Louise King, department presi
dent; Hattie Cameron, department
secretary; Gertrude Remington,
treasurer, Florence, Shij)p chief of
staff? Emily escott;ftIdo; and
ilma Henderson." nrcBs correspon
ded ' - - "
Delegates from the auxiliary of
the Sons of Veterans are Marri-
ette Davis, Candace Buchanan, Ro-
sella Crossen, Delia Clearwater,
Clara Adams and Minnie D. Baker,
with the following alternates;
Georgia Shearer, Dell Stafford,
Lorraine Robins, Irene St. Helens.
and Ida Miller. Mrs. Lizzie !m it h
is national delegate and Mrs. Mary
- Xeedlecraf1 Club Entertained
Mlh Delightful Affair
Mrs. J. J. Newmyer was hos
tess at a delightful meeting of the
Xeedlecraft club Tuesday after
noon in her home at Chemawa.
Special guests were Mrs. Ben
Eiler, and her small daughter;
Mrs. Horace Short and her two
children; Mr. and' Mrs. Will New
mver. Mr. George Martin. Mr. I. L.
McAdams, Mr. F. G. Stearns, and
In the club group were Mrs. A.
T niMv Ura V. V. riilliam Mri
F. G. Jewett, Mrs. George Martin,
Mrs. I. L. McAaams, Mrs'. Louie
Short, Mrs. F. G. Stearns, Mrs.
Louis Bechtel, and, the hostess,
4 A chicken dinner was served late
In the afternoon at small tables
-arranged on the lawn beside the
r The next meeting of the club
will be held Tuesday afternoon,
, June 26. '
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wells
Entertain With Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wells en
- tertained with a dinner party
Tuesday evening -in honor of Mrs.
Ina Cornelius of" Berkeley, and
Mrs. Harlie Bailey of Fort Bragg.
. An attractive combination of
' sweet neas. snandraeons. sweet
- wllliams, and roses formed the
centerpiece oi tne aining tanie.
Covers were arranged for the two
nonor guests, Mrs. Cornelius ana
Mrs. Bailey; Mr. and Mrs. George
L. Morris of Turner, Mrs. Ivan C.
Beers, Miss Jean Beers, and Morris
Beers, all of Woodburn; Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Martin and Harry, Jr.,
of Salem, and the host and hos
tess, Mr. and Mrs. Wells. .
-Mrs. Cornelius and Mrs. Bailey
rTi leave later in the week by
for-for their homes in the
Mrs. Baker Will Entertain
Hall Hibbard Auxiliary
'TtMn. M. W. Baker wiir entertain
Hal Hibard Auxiliary. U. S. W. V.
Friday afternoon in her home at
1125 Hines street. ' v ,
Attend Rose festival v
in Portland ' - - " -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bateham of
the Bateham Floral gardens at-
tended the Rose festival In Port
land yesterday. They were guests
of their daughter. Mrs. -Frank
Piano Pupils Presented in
Recital by Miss Ruth Bedford
Piano pupils of Miss Ruth Bed
ford were presented in recital
Monday evening in the concert hall
af the Nelson building.
Assisting on the evening's pro
gram were Dorothy Tweedale Bey
erl, soprano, pupil of Minnetta
Magers; and Verne Wilson, violin
ist, pupil of William Wallace Gra
ham. Miss Barara Barham was ac
companist for the two soloists.
The following program was glv
Fireflies ' Grant-Schaefer
In Arcady Krentzlin
Marciette in D ....Sartorio
Voices of Spring Bohm
Spanish Dance, Nos. 1 and 4
Mary E. Kells
Capricante .. Wachs
Here's April Sanderson
The Snow-Man ....Pepper
Dorothy Tweedale Beyerl
Polonaise Blillante Hewitt
Pompadour's Fan Cadman
, Josephine Evans
Bells of Moscow Rachmaninoff
Russian Dance Friml
Miss Maxwell Ejected Dele
gate to Older Girls' Confer
ence in Colorado
Miss Chrystalee Maxwell, a mem
ber of the graduating class of the
Salem high school, has been elect
ed as a delegate, re ihe Older Girls'
conference 'which' will be held at
Geneva Glen, Colorado.
This conference is under the su
pervision of the National Council
of Religious .Education, and is one
of the three held in the United
States. Its purpose is to promote
inter-racial understanding and
friendship and training in leader
ship. For the past two years. Miss
Maxwell has been a delegate to the
state conference. She is one of five
delegates who will represent Ore-
son. Miss Maxwell is a member of
the First Methodist church and
The members of her Sunday
school class, with their teacher.
Miss. Lina Heist, are sponsoring a
benefit supper Friday evening at
the church to help defray traveling
expenses. Miss Muriel White, pres
ident of the class, assisted by her
committee composed of Miss Edith
Findley, Miss Viola Crozer, Miss
Neva Stolzheise, Miss Emily Dale.
Miss Ramona Walker and Miss
Ruth Swafford is in charge of the
Salem O. A. C. Club Spon
soring Annual Picnic
TheHtanual picnic of the "Salem
O. A. C. club will be held this eve
ning at the country home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lester I. Pearmlne on
the River road. - 1
The committee In charge of the
evening, includes Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Mccallistcr. Mr. and Mrs.
Ellsvrorth G. Ricketts, Mr. and
Mrs. William Niemyer, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Hollenberg, and Mr. and
.t The picnic dinner will be
served at six-thirty o'clock on the
lawns of the Pearmine home. In
case of rain the clan wilL meet in
Motor to Portland
For the Day '''
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Moses are
guests in Portland today. They
will attend the pageant at the
Multnomah stadium this evening.
Wife Tries Compound
Every year the Pinkham Medicine
Company distributes about 30,000,000
bouse to bouse.
Mr. Ted Ilinzman
does this work in
His wifs writes i
It was in these;
mtie boots tsat
I read about so
many women be
ing helped by the
thought I would
rive it a trial
and I can truly say that it has done
me good. My neighbors and friends
ask me what I am doing to make me
look so much better. I tell them that
I am taking Lydia E. Pinkhaiaft
Senior and Junior Girls of
Willamette University Hon
ored With Reception
Junior and senior girls of Wil
lamette University were honored
with the delightful reception for
which members of the Town and
Gown club were hostesses Monday
afternoon at Lausanne half.
One hundred and fifty guests
called in the afternoon between the
hours of two-thirty and f pur-thirty
Baskets of roses, canterbury
bells, sweet Williams, garden helio
trope, foxgloves, and delphinium
were arranged about the living
Mrs. Alice H. Dodd and Mrs.
John Reid presided at the serving
urns on the attractively-appointed
tea table, which was centered with
a bowl of pink sweet-peas and
The guests were greeted at the
Joor by Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney
Mrs. W. E. Kirk. Mrs. F. A. Legge.
Mrs. W. C. Dibble, and Mrs. O. P.
Miss Evangeline Hall and Miss
Eugenia Savage played several pi
ano solos, and Miss Martina Pru
Attractive Affair Compli
ments House Guest in Salem
Complimenting Miss Margaret
Louise Rederick of Vancouver,
Washington who is a house guest
at the H. A. Cornoyer home, Miss
Lois Leedy entertained with an
attractive one o'clock luncheon
Monday afternon at the Spa.
Covers were placed at the table
arranged in the Green Gate room
for the honor guest. Miss Reder
ick; Miss Josephine Cornoyer.
Miss Josephine McGilchrist, Mist
Mary Jane Lau, Miss Esther Gib
bard. Miss Betty Ann Smith, Mist
Marie Patton, Miss Marie Stutes
man. Miss Frances Lau, Miss Mar
;aret Savage, Miss Edna Savage.
Miss Jean Patton, Miss Ann Reed
3urns, Miss Elizabeth Lewis, Mis.
Katberine Ellis, and the hostess.
A line party was enjoyed fol
lowing the luncheon.
Salem Music Teachers' Asso
ciation Has Last Meeting
of the Season
'Indian art and music was dis
cussed in an interesting mannei
by Mr. Ruthyn Turnery of the
Chemawa Indian school at the
meeting of the Salem Music Teach
ers association Tuesday evening
it the home of Miss Lena Belh
Refreshments were served at
the close of the evening by Mist
In the group were Mr. and Mrs.
Ruthyn Turnery, Frank E. Church
hill, Professor and Mrs. T. S. Rob
?rts, Miss Elizabeth Levy, Allit
Chandler, Mrs. Martin F. Ferrey.
Mrs. Ethel Poling Phelps, Joy Tur
ner Moses, Bertha Junk Darby
Mrs. Walter Denton. Mrs. Henry
Lee, and the hostess. Miss Tartar.
This was the final meeting of the
association for the year.
Dr. and Mrs. Robertson Hosts
it Attractive Dinner Party
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rob
ertson were hosts at an attractive
iinner party last evening in theii
home on North Capitol street.
A lovely bowl of Oriental pop
pies centered the dining table
with covers placed for Dr. and
Mrs. C. H. Robertson and theii
son, Charles, Jr., of Portland. Mr.
nd Mrs. E. C. Apperson of Mc
Minnville, and the host and hos
tess. Dr. and Mrs. Robertson.
Will Spend a Fortnight
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover,
their daughter. Miss Maxine Glo
ver, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bro
phy are leaving Saturday by mo
tor for California where they will
remain for a fortnight. The group
will motor south as far as San
Diego but will spend, the greater
part of the time in Long Beach.
Guest in Salem Front
Mrs. William Middop of Indian
apolis. Indiana is a guest in Salem
at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. Middop who has spent the
past winter in- California will
leave Sunday for the east, accom
panied by her sister, Mrs. Augusta
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; Our Ice Cream Is made fresh.
When you bay oar Ice
Cream yon know it is fresh,
pore, tasty and reasonable.
CJkocolate , Ice Cream
;;:.; .and Vanilla,
135 North Commercial St.
Phone 197 :
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SUMMER BULB8 OCCUPY Af LACE OF
GBO WING I MPORTANCE IN TK
Gladioli Fill aa Important Place
Summer bulbs occupy a place of
growing importance in the garden
particularly the gladiolus, one of
the most magnificent summer
flowers and even more valuable
for cutting than, garden decora
tion. The first planting of gladi
oli should be put in the ground
now, planting six inches deep in
order to avoid the necessity of
staking. This deep planting also
will avoid, any danger from Ta
grant frosts as the plant will not
be above ground for some days
The variety of gladioli le so
great that the selection becomes
merely one of individual taste,
a list and selecting such colors as
are desired. For garden purposes
the prinulinus hybrids are the best
and this African species, which
came into garden use only a few
years ago, has become one of the
most important influences in the
whole race of gladioli.
The prims, as they are usually
called, are of more graceful stem
than the older types and soft yel
lows, oranges, salmons and scar
lets are the prevailing tones.
O. A. C. club." Annual picnic.
Lester I. Pearmine home. River
United Artisans. Fraternal tem-
ole. 8:00 o'clock. Election of of-
W. R. C. Benefit tea. Mrs.
aura McAdams. hostess. 2:30
High school Epworth League.
First M. E. church. Miss Helen
Breithaupt, 765 North 20th street
Fri-Ni-Da club. Picnic dinner
ind dance. Hazel Green. Dinner
erved at six-thirty o'clock.
West Side Circle, Ladies' Aid
wciety, Jason Lee church. Mrs.
?rank Collins, 1790 North Com
mercial' street, hostess. 2:30
Hal Hibbard auxiliary. Mrs. M.
'.V. Baker, 1125 Hines street hos
Oregon Shrine. Banquet. Port
and. Local members may make
reservations with Amos Vass,
W. R. C. Sponsoring Benefit
Tea This Afternoon
The Woman's Relief Corps is
sponsoring a benefit tea this aft
ernoon at two-thirty o'clock at the
nome of Mrs. Laura McAdams.
The following department offi
cers compose the committee i n
'linoleum Floors Are Such
what thousands of
days because they have found that there is no floor
covering that possesses . such : ali-'round : advan
tages. And this is particularly true where. care
has been taken to use
First of all, with this Linoleum you can brighten up
and add to the beauty of most any room because Bla
bon designs and color- harmonies are so charming and
varied that they will fit in with all kinds of decorative
treatments. - i ;
But what is probably most satisfying of all is the .
fact that it is
Waterproof Easy to Clean Mothproof and
Needs No Beating, Taking Up or Scrubbing
Just think what that means in terms of labor-saving
alone. And a .Blabon floor: is always economical be
cause it wears for years when given the proper care
an occasional waxing, if of Inlaid Linoleum or a coat .
of floor varnish once or twice a year, if of , Printed;;
Linoleum. ' " ' . r
Let us show you the new Blabon 'patterns in our
stock and estimate for you just how much it will cost i
to lay a Blabon floor in any or all of your rooms. -
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In Modern. Color Scheme Gardens.
IThey are characterized by hooded
flowers that is, the upper seg
ments curve inward, shielding the
center of the bloom while in the
older types, for the most part, the
divisions of the flower flare
For cut flowers gladioli may be
grown in rows in the vegetable
plat like onions and the same soij
in which onions flourish is ideal
for the gladiolus.
One of the most picturesque
uses of the bulb is in small groups
of a single color spotted about the
hardy border, the annual border
or in beds. They are used with
fine effect to decorate rose gar
dens after the June burst of bloom
Scores of new varieties are be
ing introduced each year and na
turally they are of high price.
However, there are so many of
the older kind of moderate price
and equally fine for garden effect
that the cost of novelties neeed
not deter any gardener from a
fine display. Gladioli should be
planted at intervals of ten days up
till June 1 to insure a successior
of bloom in the garden.
charge of the affair: Mrs. Bertha
Loveland, chairman; Mrs. Mary
Neyhart. Mrs. Jessie Martin, and
Professor and Mrs. Peck
Leave on Two Weeks
Professor and Mrs. Morton Peck
are leaving this morning by motor
on a two weeks trip to southeast
ern Oregon. They will spend the
greater part of their time in Mal
heur county in search of rare bo
High School Epworth League
of First M. E. Church
Will Have Party
The high school Epworth lea
gue of the First M. E. church will
be entertained with a party Fri
day evening at the home of Miss
Helen Breithaupt, 765 North 20tb
Meeting of Community
Because of the Rose Festival
floral parade which will be held
in Portland this afternoon the reg
ular meeting of the Brooks Com
munity club has been postponed
until a future date announcement
of which will be made later.
Spending Several Days
Mrs. Minnie D. Baker and her
sister, Mrs. R. E. Young of San
Francisco, are spending several
days in Portland in attendance at
the Rose Festival.
women are. saying nowa
ajeee ftvVs ttsaf '
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Rowe
Guests of Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Rowe of
Oakland, , California are guests of
their nephew and niece, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rowe.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Rowe.
who are prominent residents of
Oakland, are enroute to their -home
in the south after spending some
time in- the east.. While in Iowa.
If r. Rowe attended a reunion of
his law class which graduated
from Iowa State University 50
Mr. and lira. Harry Rowe and
their gnests are spending the re
mainder of the week in Portland
attending the Rose Festival. 1
West Side Circle of Jason
Lee Church Will Meet
The West Side Circle of the La
dies' Aid society of Jason Lee
church will meet at two o'clock to
morrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Frank Collins, 1790 North
Commercial street. The afternoon
will be spent with sewing.
TYPING PUPILS USE
Exactly 46.560 sheets of typing
paper were used by the students
in the typewriting classes at the
Salem high school the past year.
With approximately 225 students
in the typing claeses during the
year, the average sheets used by
the pupil totaled about 207.
Such is part of the story "be
tween the lines" in the annual re
port of Miss Elizabeth Hogg, of
the typing classes. Miss Hogg's
report shows the young typists
ueed: 19 reams of 8x13 and 28
reams 8xll mimeograph paper;
11 reams of the smaller and 20 of
the larger typing paper; and 19
reams of punched mimeograph
The classes also used nine box
es of stencils, three cans of mim
eograph ink and six dozen type
Miss Hogg aske minor repairs
in the typing rooms and stresses
the handicap under which the de
partment is working with the be
ginning students divided into two
rooms. At present there is no
room large enough to accommo
date the entire class and the re
port suggests a room large enough
to hold at least 30 students, so
the class might be more evenly
Pamphlet by Local Man
Asked for U. S. Library
Recognition of the pamphlet en
titled "Shall Oregon Have an Old
Age Pension Law," compiled by
Frank E. Davis who is now a res-
triant nt slom hna been given bv
the library of the United States
department of labor, in requesting
i copy of the pamphlet for the li
brary. A copy has been pent.
Mr. Davis is now director of the
Salem Visiting Nurse bureau, and
is prominent in the work of the
BACK NATIVE RON
KANSAS CITY. June 13. (AP)
The Iowa delegation caucused
today and voted unanimously to
upport Hanford MacNidcr for the
vice presidential nomination.
Judging from the trouble the,
photographers had in reaching
Greenly island, that would be a
good place for an oil witness to
spend a vacation. Haverhill Ga
) REAMS OF PAPER
Remember the Larmer Transfer and Storage has mov
ing vans and good supply of blankets and pads for furni
Have just completed our new three story concrete
warehouse and are now well prepared to handle best of
furniture and pianos.
When ready call 930 and let us serve you.
NEARLY 40 TEACHERS WRIT
ING ON QUIZZES
Approximately 40 Marion county
teachers convened at the chamber
of commerce auditorium at 9:00
o'clock Wednesday morning for a
four-day session with the spring
teachers' examinations, reports
County Superintendent Fulkerson.
Mrs. Fulkerson says nearly twice
as many teachers as she expected
Schedule for the rest of the week
Today: forenoon, arithmetic, his
tory of education, psychology,
methods in geography, mechani
cal drawing. . domestic art and
course of study for domestic art;
afternoon, grammar, stenography.
American literature, geography,
physics.- typewriting methods in
language,, thesis for primary cer
tificate. Friday forenoon, theory and
practice, orthography, physical
Millions of Families Depend
on Di Caldwell's Prescription
When Dr. Caldwell started U
practice medicine, back in 1875,
the needs for a laxative were not
as great as they are today. People
lived normal. Quiet lives, at plain,
wholesome food, and got plenty
of fresh air and sunshine. But
even that early there were drastic
physics and purges for the relief
of constipation which Dr. Cald
well did not believe were good for
human beings to put into thir
system. So he wrote a prescrip
tion for a laxative to be used by
The prescription for constipa
tion that he used early in his prac
tice, and which he put in drug
stores in 1892 under the name af
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is a
iquid legetable remedy. Intended
i'or women, children and elderly
people, and they need just such a
.nlld, safe, gentle bowel stimulant
b Syrup Pepsin.
Under successful management
this prescription has proven its
worth and is now the largest sell
ag liquid laxative in the world,
rht fact that millions of bottles
:re used a year proves that it has
won the confidence of people who
aeeded it to get relief from head
aches, biliousness, flatulence, in
iigestion, loss of appetite and
sleep, bad breath, dyspepsia, colds
Millions of families are now
never without Dr. Caldwell's Syr
up Pepsin, and if you will once
Uart using it you will also always
First Church of
Free Lecture on
JUDGE FREDERICK C. HILL, C. S.
or Clinton, Illinois
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston. Mass.
In the Church Edifice, corner of Liberty and
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 1928
At Eight O'clock
The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend
geography, English literature,
chemistry; Friday afternoen,
school law. geology, algebra, and
Saturday forenoon, geometry
and botany: Saturday afternoon
general history and bookkeeping.
Brooks Community Club
Postpones Today's Meet
BROOKS. June IS. (Special)
Owing to the floral parade, of
the Portland Rose Festival being
held on Thursday, the regular
meeting of the Brooks community
club has been postponed until a
future date, announcement of
which will be made later.
CITE STATE OFFICER
PORTLAND. June 13. (AP)
O. B. Robertson, former assistant
state bank examiner, was arrested
late today on complaint of his wife
Mrs. Elsie Robertson that be
threatened to kill her May 31,
when she refused longer to live
AT AGS S3
t..v a bottle handy for emer
gencies. It is particularly pleasing to
know that most of it is bought by
mothers for themselves and the
children, though Syrup Pepsin is
just as valuable tor elderly people.
Al! drug stores have the generous
We would be glad to have you
prove at our expense how much
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin can
mean to you and yours. Just right
"Syrup Pepsin." Monticello. Illin
ois, and we will nend you prepaid
a FREE SAMPLE BOTTLE.
Vegetable Compound. ,