The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 11, 1928, Page 5, Image 5

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    The Nw OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning 'October 11, 1928
Society Xdttor
Entertains With
lptormai 1 ea
V!JvOf the-loveliest of the In
fffiiermal afternoon affairs this
Nj--v Was the pretty tea with
whkfcjirs. George A. White enter
tainers group of the elder mat-
roDS,i4 her home weonesaay ai-
Gorgeous autumn blooms were
used effectively about the spacious
Ulngtooms and centered the at-
iracuTS iea muir.
Miriu" White's guests included
Mra!" Henry Thellsen, Mrs. E. C.
Cross lira. R. J. Hendricks, Mrs.
C.yer, Mrs. Russell Catlin,
Mrs, John L. Rand, Mrs. Ed Stev
en' Mrs. T. T. Geer. Mrs. C. K.
SpuJdJng, Mrs. C. H. Robertson
and, Mrs. T. B. Kay.
r i A . I
oaiem Arts League
Qqrnmittees Narfled
Irt F. G. Franklin, president of
the 'Salem Arts league, Miss Sara
Wrenn and Miss Frances Virglnle
Melton were speakers on the first
ope meeting program given un
derrthe auspices of the league this
year, held Tuesday evening in the
public library auditorium.
' Hi large audience thoroughly
njoyjed Dr. Franklin's descrip
tion of hfe ten weeks' trip through
Japan, China and Korea this sum
mer, his lecture being Illustrated
with balloptican pictures. Miss
Wrenn gave a group of hef ori
ginal Oriental verse, and Miss
Melton told of the MacDowell col
ony, at Peterboro, N. H., and a
short resume of the life of the
Preceeding the open meeting, a
business session was held by the
league members. Dr. Franklin,
who presided, announced the per
sonnel of the various committees
and named the section heads. Miss
Sara Wrenn will be leader of the
writers' section and Professor N.
B. Zane will head the art section.
The music section and story tell
ing, section will announce their
leaders at a later date.
Mrs. F. O. Franklin la chairman
of the program committee. Mrs.
J. H. Hathaway, art director, will
be assisted by Mrs. C. R. Lewis
and Miss Myrtle Smith. Mrs. J
C. Nelson is chairman of the
membership committee, with Mrs
& B. Laughlln and Miss Ruth Mae
Lawrence as her assistants. The
social committee includes Mrs. C
P. Bishop, chairman, Mrs. J. O.
Hall, Mrs. J. Reed, Mrs. W. U
Sleeves and Miss Edna Garfield
Robert Paulus, chairman of the
finance committee, will be assist
ed by Mrs. Blanche M. Jones, fi
nancial secretary of the league,
Charles Lau and Miss Renska
YoMarCo Class Has
Social Afternoon
Smart Bridge Tea
Wednesday At
Fisher Home
MRS. O.'L. FISHER was hos
tess Wednesday for a de-
iignuui axiernoon 01 onage
and tea in her home. Four tables
of , bridge were in play in the at
tractive rooms decked with dahl
ias and Michaelmas daisies.
Mrs. Harry Belt won the prize
for high score, and the second
prize went to Mrs. A. A. Gueffroy.
At the tea hour, Mrs. Charles
Knowland and Mrs. M. C. Cashatt
assisted Mrs. Fisher.
In the group were Mrs. Al
Krause, Mrs. David Wright, Mrs
O. Day, Mrs. Charles Knowland,
Mrs. D. K. Beechler, Mrs. Harry
Belt, Mr.s Qus Huckestein, Mrs. I
M. Doughton, Mrs. M. C. Cashatt,
Mrs. A. A. Gueffroy. Mrs. Ed
Loose. Mrs. Howard Brown, Mrs.
Harry Wiedmer, Mrs. Harry Wil
lett, Mrs.' A. L. Wallace, Mrs. Har
lev White. Mrs. Elmer Daue and
the hostess, Mrs. Fisher. t
Mrs. Fred Zimmerman and Mrs.
Mary Boeschen were hostesses for
the women of the ToMarCo class
of' the First Methodist church
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Zimmerman. Arrangements
were made for a pot luck supper
in November at which the men of
the class will entertain and plans
were also made for the next aft
ernoon affair at which Mrs. A.
G. Wilson and Mrs. Al Llndbeck
will be hostesses at the home of
Mrs. .Wilson near Chemawa.
During the afternoon, the Yo.
MarCo women visited the Metho
dist Old People's home in a body,
and a number of gifts were pre
sented to the home.
Members and additional guests
present included Mrs. James Tay
lor. Mrs. W. B. Cheshire. Mrs.
Carle Abrams, Mrs. Gfant Day,
Mrs. J. D. Foley, Mrs. Paul John,
son, Mrs. Al Llndbeck, Mrs. By
ron B. Herrick, Mrs. B. E. Slsson,
Mrs. Harry Swafford, Mrs. W. B.
Mlnier, Mrs. Ronald Gloter, Mrs.
E.B. Millard. Mrs. Harry Holt,
Mrs. Roy Nelson, Mrs. T. S. Rob-
trts, Mrs. Roy Hewitt, Mrs. A. A.
ohram, Mrs. C. M. Keefer, Mrs.
Fannie Campbell, and the host
esss. Mrs. Zimmerman and Mrs
Miss Melton Head
Of Music Teachers
Called Meeting of
Fine Arts Group
Mrs.. William Fordyce Fargo,
general chairman of the fine arts
deDartment of the Salem Woman's
clnb, has called a meeting of her
department in the Woman's club
house on North Cottage street lor
2 : o'clock Satirrday. Just proceed
ing the regular bi-monthly session
of the club. The fine arts group
will meet in the west end of the
clubhouse building at the same
time the executive board of the
woman's club is meeting in the
board room
Mrs. Fargo has called the meet
ing to Introduce the members to
Mrs. Charles Bilyeu, former presi
dent of the Dallas Woman's club
and secretary of the state federa
tion, and to discuss the feasabll
ity of the Salem club sponsoring
a picture library euch as has been
shown by the McMlnnville Wom
an's club at the art department
at the recent state fair
In addition to talking to the
fine arts group and exhibiting the
pictures from the Dallas club pic
ture library, Mrs. BilyeuWlll ap
pear on the regular Salem Wom
an's club program later in the
The nroarram for the regular
club meeting has been prepared
by the fine arts department, and
will Include an aaaress oy snrm.
Alice H. Dodd on the architecture
of Salem, a group or onsinai
noAirm read by Mrs. Merrill an
ting, and reports by Mrs. Walter
H. Pennington on the Shakespeare
oiiih of Portland, a report or rs.
J. M. Devers on educational work
as suggested by the state chair
man of that section, a report by
Mrs. S. M. Endlcott on the insti
tute which the institutions de
partment will sponsor November
10, and a report by Mrs. C. K.
SnauldlnK. chairman of the Doern-
becker hospital committee, on the
- Thursday
United Artisans, Fraternal
temple. 8:00 o'clock.
Junior Guild of St. Paul's
church, Mrs. U. G. Shipley.
148 East Washington streat,
2:30 o'clock. "
Miss Jewell Gardner in re-
cital. Nelson building auditor.
lum. 8:10 o'clock.
. Raphaterian club, Mrs.
Henry Compton, 2:30 o'clock
Liberty Woman's dab,
Liberty Woman's club. Lib-
erty community hall, 2:30
o clock.
North Salem W. C. T. V..
Mra Stlla Wllunn 11X5
W. H. M. S. of Leslie Meth-
odist church, Mrs. Mason
Bishop, 1350 South Commer-
cial street, 2:30 o'clock.
Golden Hour Clnb, Mrs.
Carle Abrams. 1 o'clock
W. R. C. Sewing society
Mra. Rom HinHnrn 1405
Fir street, 2 o'clock.
Woman's society of First
Baptist church. Mrs. E. M. Bai-
ley, Portland road. Cars leave
" church at 2 o'clock.
South . section. Woman's
Union of First Congregation-
al church. Mrs. E. A. Miller,
1530 South High treet, 2
Thr Link- clnh T O O V
hall club parlors, 2 o'clock
Salem Woman's club, club-
house on North Cottage street
2:30 o'clock.
Fine arts department of
Salem Woman's club, club-
house, 2 o'clock.
Executive board of Salem
Woman's club, clubhouse,
z o ciocr.
Benefit card party spon-
sored by Willamette Shrine
No. 2, W. S. of J., Masonic
Temple, 9 o'clock. Reserva-
tlons with Mrs. F. E. Shafer.
Miss Watts Is Wed
At High Noon
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
tit-- A C Tvrth
Seventeenth street, became, the
bride of the Rev. Earl W. Terry of
Soda Springs, Idaho, at a charm
ing ceremony performed at hlgn
noon Wednesday in the home of
the bride's parents. .The impres
sive double ring ceremony was
read by Dr. Norman Kendall Tul
ly of the First Presbyterian
church in the presence of a small
group of immediate relatives and
close friends of the bridal couple.
The bride, who was unattended.
was gowned In a lovely frock of
brown transparent velvet' combin
ed with cream lace and wore a
corsage of cream-colored rosebuds.
An informal wedding luncheon
followed the ceremony, with the
bride and groom leaving almost
immediately for Idaho where the
Rev. Terry is pastor of the First
Presbyterian church at Soda
Springs. For her golng-away en
eemble, Mrs. Terry wore a tan
dress, with brown cloth coat and
brown hat to match.
Mrs. Terry is a graduate of the
University of California, and has
been employed for several years
at the state library. She is a
member of several local clubs and
is very popular In the younger set.
Institute Here
November 10
Adolynk Club Has
First Meeting
Of Season
ALF of the Adolynk club
group entertained the re
mainder of the club mem
bers at a pleasant afternoon of
bridge and tea in the home of Mrs.
Karl Chapter. Wednesday, opening
the winter, season for the club.
Mrs. Jesse George, Mrs. James
Smith, Mrs. Oral Lemmon and
Mrs. Chapler were hostesses to
Mrs. George Nelson. Mrs. Earl
Paulson, Mrs. Reed Rowland and
Mrs. James Teed. Mrs. Lawrence
Imlah was an additional guest.
The high score prize for the af
ternoon was won by Mrs. Earl
Paulson. At the tea hour, the four
hostesses served. The livingrooms
of the Chapler home were lovely
with great baskets of asters and
marigolds, and the tea table was
daintily effective with a bowl of
bright autumn flowers.
The first regular meeting of the
Adolynk club, following the initial
meetlnr. will he held at the home
Of Mrs. Earl Paulsen in a fort
Initiation Held
By Girl Scouts
Helping the
Dinner Menu
Chicken Pie Mashed Potatoes
Bread Currant Jam
Vegetable Salad
Gingerbread Coffee
Chicken Pie, Serving Six
Two cups chlcjL
en, cut In one
inch pieces,
teaspoon - salt,
one-half t e a -spoon
four tablespo'ns
butter or chick
en fat. five ta
blespoons flour,
three cups of
chicken stock
(llQUld in which
cooked) or milk,
one-half tea
spoon salt, one-
Mrs. S. M. Endlcott, general
chairman of the institutions de
partment of the Salem Woman's
club, has announced the program
for the all-day institute which her
department will sponsor Saturday,
November 10. Mrs. Sadie Orr
Dunbar, chairman of the Institu
tions department of the state lea
eration of women clubs, will
preside at the Institute, and dem
onstrations by inmates at the var
kus state institutions, or talks by
their superintendents, will be In
eluded in the program.
Since the Institute is being held
on the regular meeting day of the
Salem Woman's club, a business
seeeion by the local women, to
which members from all other
federated clubs In the state who
are attending the institute, will
be welcome, will be held at
Mrs. Endlcott, who, with her
committees, have been arranging
the affair, will entertain several
sections of her department In her
home this afternoon. The Inst!
tutlons department institute will
be similar to the American home
Institute given under the auspices
of the American home department
of the woman's club last year, and
arrangements are already being
made for the reception of the nu
merous out-of-town women who
are expected to attend.
Lyles B. Weave ourth chopped
celery, two tablespoons chop
ned rreen nenner.
benefit bridge tea sponsored by'l Mix the chicken with the first
. i . ipnaiiiT half Uiinnnn salt and nanrika.
At the election of officers held
by members of the Salem music
teachers' association Tuesday eve
ning in the residence studio of
Miss Elma Weller, Miss Frances
virgjnie Melton was elected presi
dent: Mis Dorothy Pearce, vice
president; Mrs. Laura Grant
.Churchill, secretary; and Frank
.Churchill, treasurer. Miss Mel
ton ie head of the piano and
theory department of Willamette
0i6B Elizabeth Levy, former
president of the Salem association
who resigned because of her du-j
tes as secretary of the state as
sociation, and Mrs. Henry Lee,:
secretary for the past two years,
were given rising votes of thanks
In appreciation of their work.
JpeJiclons refreshments were
served by the hostess following
",the business session. The associ
ation will hold-their next meet-l
ins At the home of Jessie Bush.
33e W. R. C. Sewing society
will meet this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Rose Hagedorn.
1405 Fir street, beginning at t
Mrs. Hagedorn's bom
I .reached hy taking the South
Commercial street bus and walki
ing .two blocks west of the Leslie
' ' ;i ' -j
tr. ,and Mrs. Plttock Leadbet
cr leaving for " Portland to
da, where they will make their
.future home. i
. '
AaJuable brood sow belonging
4$ jPr Peterson and 10 tarns
geeee owned by S. Anderson were
juk qy careiess nunters - near
jKocjgr roAut la Coos county.
Mnslc for the program is be
ing arranged by Mrs. Martin Fer
fey. chairman of the music sec
tion of the fine arts department,
rommfttee chairmen assisting
Mrs. Fargo with the program are
Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney, chairman
of the art exhibit section; Mrs.
George L. Forge, chairman of the
picture library; Mrs. Martin er
rev. of the music section; and
Mrs. Merrill Ohling. chairman of
the literature section.
Three Links Club
To Meet Friday
H. C. Bateham will be the prin
cipal speaker at the Three Link
club meeting, Friday afternoon at
o'clock in the club parlors of
the I. O. O. F. hall. All Re-
bekahs will be welcomed to hear
Mr. Bateham speak on the care
of bulbs, porch boxes and shrub
bery, and to enjoy the additional
program numbers being arranged
by Mrs. R. G. Henderson, presl
dent of the club.
Hostesses Friday afternoon will
be Mesdames Lillian Fleenor
Hattie Cameron, Lizzie Waters,
Laura West and Luella Eng
Due to a miss-print, Mrs. W.
L. Spauldlng was announced as
chairman of the Doernbecker'i
hospital committee of the Salem
Woman's club. Mrs. Charles K.
Spauldlng is chairman of the
committee, was In charge of the
bridge tea benefit given Tuesday
afternoon, and also appeared on
the program at the benefit. -
half teaspoon salt and paprika
Melt the butter in a pan. add the
flour and mix thoroughly. Add
theechicken stock and cook until
creamy sauce forms. Stir fre
quently to prevent scorching. Add
the other one-half teaspoon or
salt, celery, green pepper and
chicken mixture. When well mix
ed pour Into a shallow buttered
baking pan or dish and cover with
the dough.
Two cups flour, two tea
spoons baking powder, one
fourth teaspoon salt, three-
tablespoons fat, one egg. two
thirds cup milk.
Mix the flour, baking powder
and salt. Cut In the fat with
knife and add the egg and slowly
add the milk. Mix with the knife
until a soft dough forms. Liquids
used In biscuit or pie doughs
should be chilled. This will make
a lighter and flakier crust.
The exact amount of milk can
not always be determlnged as
some flours take up more liquid
than others, so add the milk slow
ly. When a soft dough forms
place it upon a floured paper or
board and pat out until the dough
is two-thirds of an inch thick,
A number of girls were initiat
ed Into the Girl SotHit troop of
Leslie Junior high school Wed
nesday afternoon at a meeting
held after school hours in the
school building.
A new lieutenant. Miss Vivian
Carr, was chosen for the group.
and the scout captain. Miss Ruth
Hopson, told the girls of the scout
promise and the scout laws. The
girls were divided into groups,
with each girl scout taking four
tenderfoot scouts to train for their
test next month. Plans were
made for the candy sale to be
sponsored by the Girl Scouts a
week from Saturday, and the
group practised the play which
mey win present at the Leslie
school next Tuesday noon.
In the group were Miss Hop-
son, the captain; Miss Carr, thef
lieutenant; and Constance Cart
nell, Doris Hart, Eleanor Trmdle,
Julia Johnson, Carolyn Hunt, Ir-
ma Oehler, Bernice Rosecrantz
Iva Chambers, Helen White, Cor-
rine Mohney, Nina Taylor, Mar-
Jorie Hilborn, Martha McCully,
Betty Taylor, Nadean McWaln.
Margaret Smart, and Dorothy
The Girl Scouts will meet here
after each Tuesday after school
side by side, on top the chicken
mixture. Bake in a moderate
oven for 25 minutes.
This type of covering for chick
en pie allows a biscuit to each
person thereby simplifying serv
ing. It is advisable to nse a bis
cuit cutter two inches in diameter
to assure sufficient sized serving
If there is chicken stock lift at
ter making the creamed mixture,
use it for the liquid in making the
dough for the pie covering. If
the chicken stock is used, take
one less tablespoon of fat for the
dough as chicken stock Is richer
than milk.
(A Well Balanced Salad)
One cup green beans (fresh
or canned) one cup diced cu
cumbers, one-half cup saw
carrots, two tablespoons fine
ly chopped onions, two table
spoons chopped sweet pick
les, one-helf teaspoon salt,
one-fourth teaspoon paprika,
one-third cup salad dressing.
Mix and chill the Ingredients.
Diet and
By Lulu Hunt Mm MIX
Diet and HealtKarud
Diefc br CbJIdrerN
Screen Life in Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD. Cal. Film fig
ures used to be something seen in
bathing suit comedies; and until
recently one could be sure that
any actress who mentioned her fig
ure was refei-
ring to that
sylph-like slen
derness of form
required of ro
mantic heroines
even at the cost
of much fasting.
Now the word
some times
means a math
ematical valua-J l
tlon of screenl I
voice. Lew KolD.I
electrical engin-w
eer in the Met-""
ro - Goldwyn -
Merer sound studio, is classifying
all the company's screen voices ic
terms of transmission units, the
transmission unit being "the am
ount of sound necessary to give
reproduction when transmitted ov
er one mile of standard telephone
So if Joan Crawford remarks
By Wde Werner
in the
sound studio. The average voice
has a volume of about 10 units.
Lionel Barrymore's is classified at
13.02. while the most powerful
voice so far flassified by the M-G-
M technician belongs to Edward
Connelly, veteran character actor
His figure is 13.60 T. U.
Sweet Adeline
Kolb, by the way, hands out
some Interesting advice to writers
who feel Inspired to write dialogue
for the screen.
"Put plenty of nasal resonance
into your lines," he says, "and
steer away from words beginning
or endinrg in 'S'. Lines that record
well for the talking screen are fu'l
of 'M and N' sounds."
Song-writers for many years
have followed this formula, ac-
Cut out with a biscuit cutter Into
circles. Place the dough circles. Serve in lettuce leaves.
HAVE been asked to conduct
the health column for your
paper. I realize that this work
is of very great importance, for
there is no power on earth equal
to the words of the daily press on
all subjects
irt, science, inn
sice, literature,
sociology all
and the respons
ibility is great
on any writer otr
these subjects.
But to write
a column re-
.garding so vitai
a thing as
neaun upon
' which all one's
J activities and
f R Happiness ae-ithnt hpr fi,,ure i- in.75. she Dro-
MHMIMIMJWMM - I ------ -
pJLtt HwrftTtHWfi p bably means her voice rates that
-IVM... V.on rtn un-lula"J " """"
on writers on otner suDjjecis.
Many lives, including your owt
life and the Uvea of those you hold
most dear, may at Borne time de
pend upon some knowledge tart
derived and depended upon.
So it Is with a profound feeling
of the seriousness of thework that
I write must have thoughtful, In
tensive study, accurate observa
tion, logic and science as a basis,
and that I must always realize my
accountability. I B&au ao inai w
the best of my power.
I want my readers to feel tne
confidence In me as a, writer that
they feel for their well-belovea
family physician. I shall not takf
his place in any manner in pre
scribing for diseases that should
have his personal attention. That
is not my idea of a health column.
Rather. I shall write on tae pre
vention of disease ana tne prorio
Hnn of health.
The prevention of disease ai-a
the promotion of health that
aha.ll be our motto.
We shall call the column uiei
and Health." Some title, I'll say.
won't vou? Can you think of any
thing that we cannot cover under
that? I shall answer any question
that can be answered In the coi
iimna of a daily paper, and the
Questions and discussions and soul-
to-soul talks ougnt to De nau iu
life of the Darty.
Anv Questions that have to De
answered privately you must take
to vour own family physician. -
For the first series I shall stan
verv modest campaign. Oue
should always begin modestly.
I shall start a campaign in
which I know at least three-quar
ters of vou will co-operate witn
enthusiasm. Later I shall nave a
camnalen for the other quarter
n A then I shall devote certain
davs to babies and children I like
'em and to otner important mn-
This modest little camparr,
which I shall give you first will be
to prevent the following trifling
ailments: caaDeies, siomacu ir-
bles, heart disease, arterio-scler
opIs, kidney disease, cancer, apo
Dlexv and flat-feet.
These can all be orevented, in u
large measure, by aXampa'K"
aealnst one thing and hat one
thing is obesity, or to use tne snori
and ugly term, FAT!
I shall write every day, for i
while giving you specific direction
to follow, and after I have you
Woman Took Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Denver, Cola "I have taken six
bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound
and will take
more. I am tak
ing it as a tonio
to kelp m
throuf h the
Change of life
and I am telling
many ' of , - my
friends to take it
as I found noth
ing before tils to
help me. I had
so many bad
feelings ai night -that I ' could not
sleep and for two years I could not
go down town because I was afraid
of falling. My mother took" the. Vege
table Compound years ago with good
results and bow I am taking it dur
ing the Changs of Life and recom
mend it." Mas. T. A. Mnxra, 1811
Adams Street, Dearer Colorado :
Play the selections you want, dance
or vocal, when you want them,
where you wanf them, how you
want them. Famous orchestras,
world known instrumental ana
vocal artists record exclusively
Made the New Way Electrically
Virm-tooMl JUcvngaf Zb Records without Scratch
No. 1502 "I get the Blues when it
Rains" - .
No. 1500 "Hiding in the Corner of
- your Smile."
.- "My Darling."
No. 1499 bid. Time Waltzes.
"Sidewalks of New York."
This number is by Johnny Sylvester,
accordian artist, former Salem boy.
cording to Kolb, who cites the na
tional anthem. "Sweet Adeline-.
as. an example of the aong-writer's
skUl in putting an N or an M
wherever nasal resonance will help ,
the singer to linger over an ac
cented note.
Overhauling Ahead
If the recording engineers are
rizht. many an old stage me)o
drama will have to be operated
by sound-specialists before
lines can be spoken eriecuvwj
from the screen. The movie sne
rMn will cut out an "S" here Mid-
put in an N" there, and when Uoi
operation is over and the play hpa
been sewed up again It will bo
resonant and mellifluous as graoa.4
opera. Instead of hissing "Curs ft
-se you! S-sssllp me the papers-st'V
the villlan will snarl reaaonanuy:
Con-n-foun-n-nd you! com-m-me
through with that m-m-mortgage
on the farm-m-m!"
Members attending the North
Salem W. C. T. U. meeting thU
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Stella Wilson. 1135 Madison
avenue, are requested to be pre
pared with a Scripture text tor
the roll call.
Mlsa Eloyse Helnick, Willam
ette university graduate who is
now teaching in the Cowiche, Wn..
high school, is visiting with
friends here for two weeks.
well started on your way, I shall
take up the problems of the under
weight. My followers have called
reducing and gaining "Peterslz-
ing" (sizing to normal). Not baa.
is it?
You are with me? Good.
Tomorrow What's Your Weight?
Is Aevv Smart
jorthe Section
450 State
Miss Dorothea Steuslpff of
Salem was chosen as county
chairman for the 1928 Christmas
seal' sales at a meeting of the
Marion County Public Health as
sociation Wednesday noon at the
Marion. The public health associa
tion sponsors the seal sale an
nually and Is assisted in each
community by community organ
izations. Mrs. Floyd L. Utter of Salem
w as chairman of a committee
which had previously been ap
pointed to select a county chair,
man. Other members of Miss
Steusloff's committee were elect
ed Wednesday as follows: Mrs.
David Hill, Mrs. A. A. Mickel.
Mrs. G. F. Chambers and Miss
Constance Kantner, all of Salem.
Plans for this year's sale drive
were also discussed at the meet
ing. Each Marlon county town
wili be asked to appoint a local
committee to work with the coun.
ty body to make the sale a success.
It mmir J
Lasting Pleasure
AFTER you have been
used to a wave that
beautiful though it was
lasted only a few days,
and had a habit of fading
away quite abruptly in
damp weather, imagine the
lasting joy of a wave that
lasts! A Beautiful Perma
nent Wave!
m 1L G E M IR D5
R3aEaDnattttaim PHayeirs
Present Willard Mack's Famous Underworld Play.
Here is
Staged and produced Wy
Harry J. Leland
one of the finest Crook Plays Ever
Presented on the American Stage
In a Highly Amusing Picture of American
College Life
' . . She cuts classes, sh raises ' the "
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