The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 25, 1928, Page 3, Image 3

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Mr. and Mrs. Barkus Enter
tain Guests From
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barkus had
as their luncheon faeid last
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Barkus
Inter. Mrs. 0. M. Holt ot Glen-
dale; and her cousins, Mrs: Theo
dore Herxog, Miss Helen Herzog
and Miss Leona Bestler, all of Los
The luncheon table was center
ed with an attractire arrangement
of snapdragons and baby's breath.
Mrs. Holt, Mrs. Herzog, Miss
Herzog and Miss Bestler are en-
route to their homes in the south
after a motor trip to British Co
lumbia. They rislted friends and
relatives in Ferndale, Seattle and
Tacoma, Washington, : nd stopped
at Rainier National park.
Interesting Party at N.
LaRaut Home on North
Church Street
Mrs. N. LaRaut and Mrs. Gil
bert "Wrenn entertained "with a
delightful party Sunday , evening
in the LaRaut home at 755 North
Church street honoring Mr. La
Raut and Mrs. Leston Lewis of
Portland who was a house .guest
in Salem.
The group included: the honor
guests, Mrs. Lewis and Mr. La
Raut; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Booth
of Eugene, Mrs. Ida Smith of
Portland. Mrs. Stephen LaRaut of
Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Ad
ams of Eugene; Hector Adams of
Salem, Mrs. Constance LaRaut of
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Wrenn of Monmouth and Mrs. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Will .
Spend Fortnight at Yel
lowstone Park
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. -lllard left
Saturday on a fortnight's vacation
tour of Yellowstone National
.park. They will make the trip
through Washington and will re
turn by war of the southern
Visit in St. Helens
Last Week
Rev. and Mrs. S. Darlow John
son and their three 'children, Ro
berta, Carol, and WendeUt were
guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. Holmes
Johnson In St Helens last week.
NURSES know, and doctors have
declared there's nothing quite like
Bayer Aspirin for all sorts of aches
and pains, but be sure it is genuine
Bayer; that name must be on the
package, and on every tablet Bayer
is genuine, and the word genuine in
red is on every box. You can't go
Strong if you will just look at the box:
Anlrta Is
tk trade Mark of -
Barer Smfnttrt
of Maoaectlcael4eater of 8aUeylleaeM
Farewell Dinner Party Hon
ors Guest From Southern :
California I
, Mr. and Mrs. August Grimm en
tertained with an attractive fare
well dinner party Sunday after
noon, complimenting their sister.
Mrs. Henry Grimm, who left yes
terday for her home in Los Angel
as, California after an i extended
visit in Salem.
Members of the family present
ncluded: Mrs. Alfred!; Harnach
and her son, George, of Canada;
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Olson, Mr.
rod, Mrs. Emery Hendritkson and
tons, Emery and Roderick ; Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Wilson,' and son,
Austin; Miss Margaret. Grimm,
Miss Elsie Grimm, and! the host
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. August
3rlmm. .
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hjnkle and
.heir son, Sichel, were fguests in
:he evening.
3 155 Lillian Johnson At
tending Summer- School
it O. A. C. I
Oregon State Agricultural Col
lege, . Corrallis; July f 24 Miss
Lillian Johnson who hs been a
itudent at Willamette Unlversi
:y is, now attending summer ses
sions at Oregon State Agricultur
al college, Corrallis. Miss John
son is working for herf major In
home economies and s taking
courses in chemistry and princi
ples of education. I
Recent Guests Froni the
South at U. S. Dotson Home
Mrs. E. E. Dotson and her son,
George Dotson, of Escondido,
California were guests recently at
the home of Professor land Mrs.
Dotson on Union streets Professor
Dotson and Mr. E. E. Dotson are
brothers. - j
Mrs. Dotson and herf son were
accompanied on their return
south by the Misses Lena and Ma
bel Dotson who will remain in
California for a month.!
West Side Circle of jason
Lee Church Entertained
Recently I
The West Side Circle :of the La
dles' Aid society of thelJason Lee
church was entertained Friday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred
Prince on North Commercial
The Circle will meet . for a pic
nic at the fairgrounds on the third
Friday in August; The next work
meeting will be held in Septem
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Miss Mary Findley Spending
Vacation With Parents
in Salem f
Miss Mary Findley is spending
her vacation in - Salem? with her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Find
ley. Miss Findley is religious edu
cation director of the J Methodist
church on the University of Ore
gon campur, Eugene.
Will Attend Meeting of
Marion County Veterans
Association in Silvetton
Plans were discussed at the
meeting of the W. R. 4 Saturday
afternoon in McCornack hall for
the chartering of a bus to take
W. R. C. and G. A. RI members
to the meeting of the Marion
county Veterans' association in
Silverton on August second.
Mrs. Bertha Lovelahd is In
charge of the arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlet Vick
WW, Entertain Leslie
Can Do Class I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vick will
entertain the Can Do class of the
Leslie Methodist church with a
covered dsh dinner at six-thirty
o'cloc- this evening in their home
on the Garden road. Members are
asked to bring their own table ser
vice. J
will continue the balance of this
week. Prices now prevailing are
the lowest in years. -
There will be a famous Ice Sculptor working in
oar display window, Thursday, Friday and Satur
day of this week. Be sure to see him.
340 Court St
; Today ..... .
B. and P. W. club.. Picnic Ha
ters' Grove. Meet 'at Wilson park.
1:00 o'clock.
Willing .Workers class. First
Christian church. L Mrs. Arthur
Flint. 20 S3 Maple avenue, hos
tess. z:00 o'clock. 1
Can Do class, Leslie II. . B
church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Vick; Garden road, hosts. C : 3 0
' Thursday
- Ladies' Aid " society. W. R. C.
All-day meeting. Fairgrounds.
Hal Hlbard auxlUary. -Annual
picnic dinner. Hazel Green park.
Mrs. Barnard Hostess at
Delightful Birthday
Surprise Party
Mrs. A. R. Barnard, 308 South
19th street, was hostess at a de
lightful birthday surprise party
one evening recently, honoring her
Kn, Donald Barnard.
The honor guest was presented
with many attractive gifts.
Cards and dancing were the di
versions of the evening. Miss Ol
ive Barnard assisted In serving re
freshments. In the group were Miss Helen
Webster, Miss Beneitta Edwards,
Miss Opal Harland, Miss Vera Mc
Cune, Miss Harriet Adams, Miss
Olive Barnard and K!.s Lucille
Harland; Norval Edwards, Don
ald Allison, Walter MeCune, Her
bert Ashby, Harold Rupert, Leon
ard Chadwlca and Donald Bar
All-Day Meeting of Ladies' ..
Aid of W.R.C. WUl
Be Held Thursday
An all day meeting of the La
dies Aid society of the W. R. C
will be. held Thursday at the fair
Eighteen members attended the
all day meeting last week. The
following department aides were
appointed by Mrs. Bertha Love-
land, president of the corps
Miss Ada Simpson, Mrs. Louise
Krapps, Mrs. Cordelia LaBare,
and Mrs. Bessie Martin.
Miss Frances Virginie Mel
ton in Washington, D. C.
Salem friends will be Interested
to know that Miss Frances Virgin
ie Melton, director of piano and
theory at Willamette University,
who left earlier in the summer by
boat through the Panama Canal
for New York is now staying at
the Grace. Dodge hotel in Wash
ington, D. C.
Miss Melton will visit in other
part of the east and will return
to Salem in September.
Business and Professional
Women WUl Picnic at
Hager's Grove
- Members' of the Business and
Professional Women's club and
their friends will meet at six
o'clock this evening on the south
side of Wilson park. The group
will then motor to Hager's Grove
for a picnic supper. Each mem
ber will bring a covered-dish,
sandwiches and the necessary sil
ver and difhes.
Hal Hibard Camp and Aux
iliary Entertained Near Scio
Members of Hal Hibbard camp
and auxiliary United Spanish War
Veterans and their fa 'lies were
guests Sunday of the Albany camp
at the Roaring river state fish
hatchery south of Scio.
The picnic dinner was served at
noon with covers placed for 100.
Salem Group Will Spend
the Week at Neskoicin
Mrs. Ernest P. Thorn, Mrs. Karl
Becke, Mrs. H. G. Maison and Mrs.
Maison's sister, Mrs. Levi Ankeny
of Walla Walla, Washington, are
leaving today for Neskowln where
they will remain for a week.
On Vacation Trip Through
Washington and British
Miss Cornelia Marvin and Miss
Beatrice Walton left yesterday by
motor on a vacation trip through
Washington and British Colum
bia. -
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Motor to Portland For mSI
the Week-End . J--i 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ti Barkus and
Mrs. .JohnTweed motored" to
Portland j Saturday . where they
were the week-end' gneata of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Qulgley and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Durbin.
Guests in Salem From
South Dakota
flra. Lucy Sensor and-Miss Ma
bel Sensor ot Aberdeen, South Da
kota are guests for several days
of Mrs. Sensor's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George
Willing Workers Class of
Obpstian Church Witt Meet
This Afternoon
The Willing Workers , class of
the First Christian church will
meet this afternoon at two o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Arthur Flint,
3013 Maple-avenue.
Spending Several Days
at Neskowin
. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hot fnell and
their children are spending sev
eral days in their beach home at
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary Will
Have Annual Picnic Dinner"
The annual picnic! dinner meet
ing of Hal Hibbard auxiliary will
be held Friday evening, July 27.
at Hazel Green park.
Return From Motor Trip
to Eastern Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Charlas Know
land returned last week from a
motor trip to Wallowa lake.
House Guest at Fi J.
Tooze Home i
Miss A. Isabel Frey of Los An
geles, California is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. F. J. Tooze, 816
Mill street
Return From Week's Visit
at the Beach
After spending a week at New
port, Mrs. John Miehl and her
niece, Miss Ledoice Merrills, have
returned to Salem. j
New Public Associations are
Much Enthused With Bel
crest Project
Belcrest Memorial park has se
cured the services of John Clem
enson in the capacity of director
of public relations.! Mr. Clemen
son, a native Oregonlan, has had
long experience on the Pacific
Coast In publicity work and is re
garded as an interesting and en
tertaining public speaker. Pre
vious to his connection with Bel-
crest be has been engaged in de
veloping public interest and pa
tronage for various air transport
companies on the coast.
Mr. C'lemenson is much enthus
ed with the possibilities of Bel-
:rest Memorial park from a stand
point of civic pride! When asked
about the project he said in part:
"Belcrest Memorial park is, in my
mind, a project in which every
citizen of Salem should show a
tremendous interest from a stand
point of civic pride. It is the de
velopment of a wondrous and
beautiful asset to Salem, a city
knorn the length and bruadth of
the Pacific Coast for its civic
beauty. It is certainly a great plea
sure to me to become associated
with this project not only froni
the standpoint of the development
itself, but from the character and
Integrity of the men behind It.
"Every resident of Salem should
make it a point to see Belcrest and
find out for themselves the tre
mendous Importance of this pro
ject from a civic standpoint."
When it's too hot to get a bunch
of boys interested in a game of
baseball, it let pretty hot. It was
that way yesterday afternoon. Lin
coln grounds had a team all ready
to play 14th street, but the 14th
streeters decided - that the swim
ming pool -was. more comfortable
than a baseball game; So yester
day's games will be played tomor
row nr FrldS.V- "
I Seven girls and 13 bdya who
'didn't know how to swim started
learning . yesterday In the begin
ning ot .the "Learn to Swim" cam
paign. ' Children may receive in
struction any afternoon, and
adults any evening between six
and eight o'clock. , ;." . .
.Yew Park boys win have their
wood-carving contest' on Saturday
while the boys at 14th street have
their archery contest. :
. This afternoon at 2 o'clock the
tin tstory hour will be held at the
14th' street grounds., ,
Down in Central , America they
claim to have discovered an ich
thyaaauriM. It's : a useless i find.
Where in these . days : could - you
find parking, space for an ichthy
osaurus? Eugene Register.. -
.. We have a fine old man lnHub
bard, Robert Poinsett, 9C years of
age, 'whose secret, of longevity Is
"be happy' Happiness is a state
of mind, and if all of us would
strive for that "be happy state,
your would be "just like the al?
gebraic X. Hubbard Enterprise. ;
If women ever take to' cigars as I
tney nave to cigarette the men route home they stopped at many
can i get ; eten on ; Christmas. point In the middle west visiting
Lynchburg News. friends. "No place looks quite
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Former Teacher Perkins
Maplewood District Visit-
-f ing in District
rSMciai.) The Frank Maitbes
family and the Clyde Harris fam
ily are expected home from the
coast on Tuesday. July 24, They
have been gone over a week.
Martin Holmes, with a .large
crew is baling hay in'thls vicinity.
Some of the hay has" a dark ap
pearance bnt analysis proves that
It Is thoroughly cured and fully
up to the standard In point or
nutriment.' "
Guy Shaw ot. Brooks is caring
for the Matthes premises during
their absence at the coast.
Some anxiety hae been felt here
in regard to walnut acreage. One
10 acre 1 planting is -being ; thor
oughly watered and has apparent
ly nothing else the matter except
lack ot .'moistures .""'Jr.'l
The irrigating was accomplished
by means f a water wagon. -
The -10 .acre planting isi the
prdperty of Walter Gamer and the S
trees are young ' walnuts se be
tween prune trees and designed to
ultimately displace the prnnes.
The , Walter, Gamer family , re
turned . this week from ' a several
weeks' automobile trip .which car
ried them to Chicaeo where thev
visited 4Mr.: Gamer's parents. En-
Bread Making Science!
on Sale TMBW
nfil SWEET
W llll Illl HSIIrf-
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During the last ten years magnificent strides have been made toward lie
curing purity of product. Now the Better-Yet Bakery Company makes an
other tremendous advance. Sweet Cream Buttermilk! Buttermilk aids di
gestion! Used in this revolutionary new receipt it produces a wonderful new
white bread that
Promotes Digestion
Is More Nutritious
Has Richer Flavor
Is Finer Textured
Stays FRESH Twice As Long
Be sure to try it TODAY
Never before has it been possible to use Buttermilk In Large Quanti
ties. No practical way was known to secure absolute uniformity.
Now, we have it!
Sweet Cream Buttermilk is full of health giving elements. Strength
for the children! Digestibility for the grown-ups! Delicious new
flavor. Incomparable toast. Lasting Freshness! All in this one new
loaf. . a .
10c the pound loaf
15c the long loaf
as good as Oregon," says Mr.
Miss Ina Delle Koon visited
friends here during the week.
Miss Koon taught Perkins-Maple-wood
school successfully for two
years but has now retired from
teaching under theTetlring and
pensioning system of Illinois. Miss
Koon has spent 30 years , in the
school room.
lowans Visit BeresforrJ
Family of Lake Labish
(Special.) Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Beresford ot Benton county.
Iowa, arrived here this week. The
Beresfords are accompanied by
their daughter. Miss Helen Beres
ford and Mies Francis Seeds.
These two young women are
teachers at Hood college, Freder
ic, Maryland. The party made the
trip by automobile and are ' de
lighted with the Oregon country.
On the journey west the party
visited A. M. Beresford, an attor
ney of Boulder, Colorado. The
Beresfords also visited Prof. Ho-
bart Beresford at the University
of ,Idaho,atrMoseowV,Haho.? "V
The party are the guests ftf the
D. CSebern family of Salem and
will spend this week; visiting the
Oregon . coast f before : beginning
their long" motor-Journey ". east
ward. ' '
, A carload of Hollywood visitors
stopped t in .Hermlston the - other
day to . ask, if the pot , of Hick
man scapture was marked. It is
nt, California would have marked
the spot and earned the maximum
advertising" possible on such . an
event. We'll learn. Hermistoa
Herald. ' ,- ' . r- , -
Read the Classified Ads
Funeral Services Will be
Held at Chapel in That
City Today
SILVERTON, July 24. (Spe
cial ) James Arthur Fuller, who
bad been ill for several months,
most of which time he had been
under' the tare of . Portland spe
cialists, passed away at the home
nt til. wlfo'a rm ron tm ' Him 1 . t a
Monday morning. The funeral ser
vices will be held Wednesday !
morning at 10 o'clock, with. Rev.
Thomas Hardie of the Methodist
church officiating at the Jack and
Ekman chapeL Interment will be
n the Silverton cemetery. .
Fuller was a native of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, where he was born
50 years, five months and ten
days ago. He was married vat
Swalldale, Iowa, to Maude Loom-
as. December 25, 1900. The family
came to Silverton ' about 11 years
Ask your grocer for.
: new. Crow.. Cako
Flour. ProttOMced
bt by foremost cater
er and cako baker,
Ask your grocer for it BYNAME
There is NO Substitute.
"Your Home Bolter"
ago, remaining here nine year
then moving to Portland last sun
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merirom wnere they again ri
turned to Silverton a' year ag
Besides his wife, Maude Fulle
he Is survived by four daughter!
Mrs. Hazel Terry, Mrs.. Madr
Strutan, Mrs. Mildred Campbel
all of Portland; Blanche at bom
three sons, Kenneth of Portland
and George and James, Jr.)
home: . two grandchildren an
three brothers, Orrie of Portlan
Francis of Atlanta, Ga., and Gri
ver of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. ,
As a usual thing the commits
Is no stronger than the memb
who - does the work.Detrq
One of Portland's leading hatH
natters, now with Joe Maddlaoil
at the Mitzi Gray Shop, 700-13
First Natl Bank Bldg. Pbotw
1ST. v-i-;':,:-?.-:..-:. '
taPordanJ. 200 comfortable ioomi J
. - eack wlta feeth Km oebl tat i
- Coavteieat ila tow locarioa4
Keitr HniMl immimm ti