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The ATew Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon. Tuesday Morning September'18, 192S
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at the Women are Doing
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THE Everready Birthdar dab
wu entertained September 12
I It by Mrs. Bertha Lovelapd, 405
- South 25th street, for the regular
. 2 meeting of the group.
; 'x Assisting at the tea hour were
Mrs. Florence Oldenburg and Mrt.
, i Louise Loveland.
1 f Those present were: Mrs. Mary
' Nyhart. Mrs. Ida gboesmith. Mrs.
Pauline Clark. Mrs. Clara Adams.
" Mrr Julie Strand and daughter
il Dora, Mrs. Mary Hall. Mrs. Flor-
- I ence Oldenburg. Mrs. Mary Worts.
Mrs. Shram, Mrs. Hattle Kennen.
Mrs. Louisa Loveland. Ernestine
Loreland and the hostess. Mrs.
The next meeting of the club
will be held October 17. at which
time Mrs Strand will be hostess.
Miss Johnson Weds
At High Noon Sunday
Sunday at high noon Josephine
Johanson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Johanson of Fergus
Fall. Minn., was married to Rob
ert E. Pattison. son of Mrs. Anna
Pattison of West Salem at 475
North Capitol street, home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry J. Mille, where
Miss Johanson lived for the past
five years. The Rev. S. Darlow
Johnson pastor of Leslie Metho
dist church, officiated. Miss Johan
son has for the past tive years
been secretary to the State . Fire
. .2 Marshal. There were no attend
' I ants. An altar was improvised be
I fore fireplace. Flowers were spikes
I of blue delphinium, pink gladioli
1 and white Michaelmas daisies, ex
eeptionally lovely decorations.
y The bride wore sleeveless model!
VWjtot white satin crepe made with a
- VVfitted bodice and full skirt, pear
ear rings (gift of the groom) pearl
necklace, veil of tulle held in place
by a wreath of orange blossoms.
CarrieA bouquet of Ophelia and
Cecil Brunner roses, lilies of the
valley and ferns.
Preceding the ceremony: "At
Dawning" by Cadman, was sung
by Mrs. Henry J. Millie, the wed
ding march from "Lohengrin"
was played by Mrs. S. Darlow
Johnson"- The single ring ceremony
Following the ceremony: "A
Birthday" By Cowen, also was suns
by Mrs. Millie, after which a four
course dinner was -served. The
table centerpiece waa three-tier
wedding cake resting on a rig
hhaped arrangement of forget-me-nots,
pink snapdragons, Chinese
delphiniums and maidenhair ferns.
Silver Tsud vases held the same
;The - bride's going-away outfit
was a street dress of Mad aline
c blue transparent velvet worn with
tight-fitting blue and gold hat.
The wedding trip will be by mo-
i .tor to California and the couple
will "be at home at 290 Kingswood
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Clare A. Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
Allan Kafoury. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Wenlock, Mr. and Mrs. Rollin
Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bolin.
Mrs. Anna Pattison, the Misses
Thilda Johanson, Elta Cannoy,
Opal Bumphrey, Grace Robertson,
Helen Hiller an(j Clare Miller, and
Messrs Kenneth Witzel, Ellis
!f White and Robert McVey. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Millie, Rev. and Mrs.
S. Darlow Johnson.
Violin Classes Not
To Meet This Week
Professor Wallace Graham, vio
lin teacher of Portland, will be un
able to meet his Salem pupils this
week due to illness in his family,
it was announced yesterday.
Group Will Meet
With Mrs. Holman -
The East Central Circle of the
First Methodist Episcopal church
will meet at 2:30 o'clock Wednes
day afternoon. Mrs. Thomas Hol
man, 965 North Winter street,
will be hostess at her home.
Portland and Return
Tickets on sale Fridays, Satur
days or Sundays; return limit
92.30 Daily; 15 day return limit
Reduced round trip fares be
tween au O. E. Ry stations
Safe. Dependable Service
0. E Ry. Train leaves for Port
land at 7:05 a.m, 9:02 a.m.
12;S0 p.m., 4:n p.m. nd
p. m. daily. (Observation car)
Sor.Eogen, Junction City. Har
risburg, Corvallis and Albany
at 9:49 a.m. (observation car)
12:45 p.m.. 4:03 p.m. 8 p.m.
For any Information abont "
PHONE 717 '
Woman's Republican club.
Mm r P Ttinhon. 7CS Court
street, hostess. 2:30 o'clock.
Daughters of the Nile elub. "
Masonic temple. 2:00 o'clock.
W. F. M. S.. Leslie M.B.
church. Mrs. John Bertelson,
110 Lefelle street, hostess.
East Central eireley First M.
E. church. Mrs. Thomas Hoi-
man. 965 North Summer street,
Woman's Auxiliary, St.
Paul's Episcopal church. Mrs
A. C. F. Perry, IS W. Waah-
ington street, hostess. 2:30
Beneift Bridge, Junior Guild
of Saint Paul church, Parish
hniiw 8 Oft o'clock.
Woods Home From
Dr. R. Lee Wood and family re
turned to Salem Sunday from a
two weekle vacation spent in cen
They enjoyed excellent ' fishing
in Paulina and Diamon Lakes, but
the doctor was disappointed in his
prospective hunting due to the
postponement of the Beason. At
Diamond lake they were in a real
snow storm, nearly four inches or
snow falling there.
About two feet of snow fell at
Crater lake, temporarily closing
the roads in that section, th?y also
P. HO. Meeting To Be
Announcement is made that
next Thursday afternoon's meeting
of the P. E. O. of Salem will be
Id in the residence of Mrs. Frank
Jhurchill at 2:30 o'clock. At this
meeting Mrs. Harold S. Hughes
will present the first of a series
of original papers on interior dec
oration. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Sells and
daughter, of Marshfield. were
week-end visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnston. The
amilles are old friends.
Hop Yard Again
RICKREALL, Ore., Sept. 17.
(Special.) The program that Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Huntley and son
Gordon of Dallas presented at the
Dean Walker hop yard near In
dependence early last week proved
so popular that they were called
back to repeat it Thursday night
before an audience of about 200.
They were assisted by Otto Koon
of Portland, professional musician.
As in the previous performance.
Paper Company '
The Federal Paper and Board,
Mills, with headquarters in Port
'and and capital stock of $5000,
las has been incorporated by Max
Goldberg, Isadore Goldberg and
William Goldberg. Other articles
riled in the state corporation de
partment Monday follow:
Habhard Javpstinent eompaoy. Med
'ord. $5000: A. C. Hubbard, B. A. Hub
anl and Ken Hubbard.
Northwest Glasa company, Portland.
r.)000; Lillian M. Johniton, A. Roderick
C'rant and William D. Bennett.
Continental Nat company. Seattle,
Waaainrtoa corporation. (1000 abares no
ar value); permit issued to operate ia
Tuesday - Wednesday
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7 ladies and
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11 yoo orfl
Fashion Creator Turns Chei
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Paul Poiret, divorced by his wife and facias a lawsuit by owners
of dressmaking bouse of his name, seeks consolation in his tiny
kitchen where he fasnioaa new dishes and often gets his meals.
Complimenting Mr. and Mrs. E.
F. Nendel of San Antonio. Texts,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sechler. J40
Brays avenue, were hosts Saturday
evening for a theatre party at the
Elsinore and an after-theatre sup
per at the Sechler home.
Mr. and Mrs. Nendtel will leave
shortly to make their: home on the
Philippine islands. They have
been visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Arista Nendel of Wood
burn. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
E. F. Nendel, Mr. and Mrs. Els
worth Hartwell. Mr. and Mrs. Aris
ta Nendel and Mr. and' Mrs. Ray
Wolf of Woodbwrn and Mr.
Marvin Shepard of Salem.
Son and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Johnston
and son Dale of Condon were re
cent visitors at the home of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. John
ston. The visitors also stopped, at
the county fairs in Goldendale and
in Sherman county. While enroutei
home they visited at Corvallis.
! hey returned over The Dalles-California
highway stopping a short
time in Bend.
Will Sail Soon
For Mission Field
Miss Laura Heist and Mrs. W.
W. Emmons are leaving soon for
f iattlef rom where Miss Heist will
sail Saturday to India to resume
work in the missionary field there.
Before returning to this county on
a visit Miss Heist was head of a
girls school in that country.
471 Court St. Phone 980
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Junior Guild Will
, Hold Benefit
THURSDAY, October 4, was an
nounced yesterday as the date
for the benefit bridge planned by
the Junior Cuild of the St. Paul
The event will be held at eight
o'clock in the evening at the Par
ish house and both men and wo
men will attend.
Mrs. H&mer Smith is president
of the Junior Guild, and her com
mittee is composed of Mrs. Wil
liam Lytle. Mrs. H. E. Kennedy
and Mrs. D. C. Roberts.
To Be Speaker
WOODBURN, Ore., Sept. 17.
(Special.) Miss Maud Aldrich.
member of the national board of
motion picture censors and also
a national officer of the W. C. T
V., will speak in the Coe building
at the corner of First and Mont
gomery streets Tuesday night,
September 18, at 7:45 o'clock. No
admission charge will be asked
Miss Aldrich Is regarded as one
of the most able speakers in the
United States, and made an ex
ceptionally favorable impression
wnen sue addressed the high
scBool students here some time
ago. She will speak there again
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock.
One piece Jersey and Wool
dresses. 8 to 17
Children's two piece Jer
sey dresses. 4 to 6
Kiddies' Felt Hats. Just
$1.98 to $3.45
Kiddles Navy- Reefers
Slses 3 to 8 yra. . .
HaU to match 11.75
Kiddies' School Hose
Threa quarter length
Taney top . .
fnitia Meeting of
MISS GRACE BABCOCK. wor
thy high priestess of WB-
lametU Shrine No. 2. Order of the
White Shrine of Jerusalem, ore-
sided at the first fall meeting of
Willamette Shrine held last night
at the Masonic temple.
. Plans were made for the year's
work and 'other business attended
to. following which refreshments
were served. The tablet were at
tractively decorated with choice
The committee in charce includ
ed Mrs. Winifred Herrick. chair-
man.Mra. Kitty Howe. Mrs. L. C.
Harrison. Mrs. Virginia Maruny,
Mrs. D. X. Beechler. Miss Ruth
Mae Lawrence, Miss Caroline
Nerod. Mrs. Florence Pugh, Mrs.
Josephine Vass.- Mrs. Ethel' Niles
and Mrs. Mabel Cupper.
By Mrs. Agnes Lyne
The teacher has been trained
for her job. No mere parent can
rightly feel that she has anything
to contribute to the way her child
is taught to read or the method by
which he learns his number com
binations. But learning lessons Is not all
there is to school. Learning to live
and work with others is at least
The good teacher wants to know
the child not only as an intelli
gence but as a person. She wants
to know the surest way to catch
his interest and to find the mo
tives that lie back of his conduct.
Although she knows a groat deal
about him from the way he plays,
the ease with which he makes
friends and the manner in which
he faces obstacles, she is often
powerless to help him overcome
some difficulty because the un
derlying reasons for the child's
behavior are hidden in his home
background of which she knows
Only the mother can give her
the necessary insight into his atti
tudes. The mother can help her
turn her observations to account
by her more intimate knowledge
of her chil'd feelings.
The mother should, therefore,
take particular pains to know her
child's teacher. She must take the
initiative in establishing an honest
and friendly understanding. She
will find it worth while to spend
some time at school and see the
teacher on the job. Teachers, like
other people, like to feel that their
efforts are appreciated.
If the teacher ccasoinally
spends an evening at her pupil's
home it will help the friendly re
lationship still further. The child
himself, will be pleased to have his
iNew Fall materials with col
lars of; fur and self mater
ials. Another group of sizes,
4 to 6 made of sport mater
ials Fur collars.
A group to fit girls 8 to 14
years, in plain and sport
materials. All have fur col
Heavy . roughneck In whiter .
Nary, black AHlti
or tan . xi7a f.
Children's Fall Sweaters
In $2.95 TO $5.95
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Lily Damlta, French screen star
at whose invitation Prince George
of England motored from Santa
Barbara, Cal., to Hollywood to
visit the studios. They met first
in Paris. Both were rnests of
Douglas and Mary Pickford at a
teacher treated as a friend of the
family. And teachers are human
these days and often play a good
game of bridge.
A good understanding between
parents and teacher will certainly
bring about wiser, treatment of the
child both at home and at school.
Working together they stand the
best chance of forming the child's
habits and directing his responses
in such ways that he will be a
poised and happy individual.
Good Scores In
Leap Year Match
At lllahee Club
First place in the "leap year
handicap" tuornament at the llla
hee Golf and Country club course
Sunday was won by Mrs. O. C.
Locke and R. I. McLoughlin, with
a gross score of 90 and a net of
Pairs in this tournament played
one ball, and the leap year feature
was introduced through the rule
that the women selected partners
not their husbands and paid the
entry fee. Other scores were:
Mrs. Lloyd Farmer and Carl Ga
brielsoa. gross 97, net 72; Mrs,
H. H. OUngerand Fred Williams,
gross 94, net 79; Mrs. Ercel Kay
and Rex Sanford. gross 93, net
81; Mrs. J. H. Garnjobst and Dr.
W. A. Johnson, gross 107. net 88;
Mrs. W. A. Johnson and Dr. J. H.
Garnjobst, gross 101, net 88; Mrs.
E. L. Baker and D. G. Brown-,
gross 113, net 93.
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HOLLYWOOD. Cal., Another
candidate for the stardom laid
aside by the late Rudolph Valen
tino iiaa arrived in Hollywood.
Texas Guinan of
the night clubs.,
a 1 1 encrusted
with pearls and
duced him to
the screen col
ony soon after
she stepped of:
the train thai
from New Tori
to make an all
talkie. He is Jo.
seph Raft, who Louis B. Weavet
looks tne Latin lover more than
his name would indicate, and, in
the words of Texas, "really now,
he does look like Valentino, does
Hollywood has seen so many
second editions of Valentino come
and ;o that the introduction of
Joseph created hardly a stir. How
ever, neither would anyone have
believed Texas had she said, 16
years ago, that some day she
would make herself rich and re
nowned by saying "Hello, Suck
er," to purchasers of ginger ale.
A little while ago the problem
of retaining that slender screen
silhouette was enough to keep
many a movie actress awake of
nights. Now the problem has been
complicated by the arrival of talk
ing pictures, and players have had
to vary their reducing exercises
with exercises designed to build up
the speaking voice.
In some cases this is even more
complicated than in sounds. For
the actress who has been fighting
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it has been help
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time so that I
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besides. I am
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I will be glad to answer." Mas. J.
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Prog less of Prohibition
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