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:The New Oregok Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October Iff, 19t8
RUTH MAE LAWRRNCE
Plans Are Made
For A. A. U. W.
"fcejrQjrram.- for the fifth an-
; r.-l-conleteuce of the Oregon
; utate 4lTlT6n of the American as
I nrxMUon of University Women
ich win meet In Salem r rmay
v. a.- announced Monday. Mrs. v .
. Baum is president of the Salem-
chapter. Conference head
quartets be at the Marion ho
tel "The ; sessions will opew Friday
renlng at 7 o'clock with a dinner
t the Marion. Mrs. A. W. Coo
Pr. nations second vice-president
will extend greetings and the din
ner address win be giren by Dr.
Clrra M. Sm-rtenko. department
of Orek at the University of
The complete program for Sat
urday is as follows:
9:30 o'clock Registration of del
00 Business session Read
ll of minutes; treasurer' re-
reporui rrom brauches;
report of standing committed
revision of constitntfn : elec
tion of secretary-f rtasurer.
1-15 -Luncheon Mrs. W. W.
Uauro. prealnt hostess group,
presiding; address by Mrs. Mel
vin A. Brgnnon, sectional direc-
' tor. North Pacific section.
I 2 -30 Round Table Discussion
Education, Miss Mozelle Hair
extension division. University of
Oregon, presiding; Charles A.
Howard, state superintendent of
public instruction, speaker.
Membership, Mrs. Kate W
Jameson, dean of women, Ore
gon State agricultural college
presiding. Study sections.
Reservations for the dinner Fri
ay evening and luncheon Satur
ay should be given before Wed
esday evening to: Mrs. A. C. F.
Mrs. Milo Rasmussen or
I"he local chapter is offering to
ie the delegates to private
omen for the conference. Those
ho will have room for one or
nore delegates should call Mrs.
laum at 2202 or Mrs. G. F.
I "ham hers, 3 8 5-J.
Vistaria Club Has
First Dance of
Girl Friend of Lindy's
THE first Wistaria club dance
of the season was an event of
r naay nigai in me casiuian
f .i In the absence of the presi
Irt, John Orr, Judge George
!' 'rniB, the vice-president, pre--itVd.
B. B. Flack is secretary of
, n- club which holds dance the
h-'-onfl Friday night of each
Menoher of the club are Mr.
arl Mrs. Jl. P. Adams, Mr. and
Mrs, KZ C- Bid well, Dr. and Mrs.
ureld Brown, Judge and Mrs.
Hifry, Beltt Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
I)4fe, Mr'and Mrs. I. M. Dough
i By Mf.-and Mrs. William P. El-
it. and Mrs. ii. u. Krickson.
d Mrs. W. E. Feldman. Mr.
Mrs. L. M. Flagg. Mr. and
B. B. Flack. Mr. and Mrs.
Gibson, Mr. and Mrs".
ie Henry, Mr. and Mre. O. H.
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ains, M. and-Mrs. Lee Lane,
nd Mrs. Sam Laughlin. Mr.
Mrt. L. F. LeGarie. Mr. and
''harles Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
;in McDonald. Mr. and Mrs.
McKep. Mr. and Mrs. Will
v rrioff, Mr. and Mrs. II. (.
Vr. and Mrs. William Nei
:. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Xils.
-ind Mrs. E. V Peterson. Mr.
! Mr.-i. L. It. ArTnsf runs;. Judge
Mrs. George Rc?s:nan. Mr.
1rs. O J. Shei, Mr. and Mrs.
-ott, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Ison. Mr. and Mrs. M. 1.
T, Mr. and Mrs. i). K.
er. Mr and Mr. Hoy Roli
Mr. and Mrs. II. K." Craw
Mr. and Mrs. I.. A. Grote.
d Mrs. ('. A. Luthy, Mr. .and"
Tohn Y. Orr. Mr. and Mrs
s S. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. C
.ip, Mr. and Mrs. ('. L. Shpr
Mr. and Mrs. Glen She
Mr. and Mrs. A. ('. Smith,
d Mrs. Merle Travis, Mr
. M. R. Waestaff and Mr.
S. Da id WriKht.
. From Canada
nto I. '
r 1 r
"y . " ' 1 . .
P.-T. A. Set For
fWlHE Lincoln - MeKlnley-Leslle
I - Parent-Teachers' association
will hold its first meeting of
St. Loaia soriety once more has been commenting on the friend
ship of Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh and Mian Eppes Hawes, above,
daughter of l S. Senator and Mrs. Harry Hawes, of Missouri, ac
cording to a published dispatch from St. Louis. R union of any un
usual interest have been denied in the past. The dispatch relates
that the famous aviator is believed to have met 1m Hawes when he
was comparatively unknown, and then met her again when, as
hero, he was received in Washington. She is an accomplished danc
er and swimmer, a social favorite both in St. Louis and Washington.
COMMITTEES for the baiaar
and bridge tea which the In
stitutions department of the Wo
man's club is sponsoring Novem
ber 20, were named Monday. Mrs.
S. M. Endicott Is general chair
man of the bridge tea and Mrs. G.
L. Ford is general chairman of
Membership of committees nam
Reception: Mrs. D. R. Ross.
chariman. Mrs. G. C. Bellinger.
Mrs. L. M. Gilbert, Mrs. F. L. Ut
ter and Mrs. E. E. Kennell.
Booth: Mrs. G. L. Forge chair
man. Mrs. Ray L. Farmer. Mrs.
Norman K. Tnlly. Mrs. A. J. Weid-
mer. Mrs. John L. Rand, Mrs. F.
A. Erixon. Mrs. J. H. Lanterman.
Mrs. Mary Bayne, Mrs. F. B
Southwick and Mrs. Maude Point
Decorations: Mrs. J. A. Bern
ard!, chairman. Mrs. Earl Ander
son, Mrs. F. G. Rowersox. Mrs.
W. B. Johnston. Mrs. T. A. Mc
Brlde. Mrs. H. J. Stockwell. Mrs.
David Bennett Hill and Mrs. J. G.
Candy: Mrs. Ralph C. Bid well,
chairman. Mrs. C. E. Stricklin.
Mrs. Harry H. Belt. Mrs. Milo
Hasmussen. Mrs. Dr. Fannie A.
Rrown. Mrs. L. O Clement. Mrs
United Artisans to
rilHE United Artisans will hold
their first open meeting of
the new season at the Frater
nal temple, 447 Center street
Thursday night. October 18. be-
gining at 8 o'clock. Everyone.
whether a member of the lodge or
not, is invited to attend and enjoy
A program consisting of music
and readings has been arranged
and there will be dancing and a
social good tme for all.
The United, Artisans have an
open meeting every thiet Thurs
tay throughout the year.
Jason Lee Standard
Bearers Elect Heads
In the auditorium of the Leslie
junior high school. The program
will begin promptly ; at 7:30
o'clock. Earl Kennell is president
of the group.
A special Invitation Is being ex
tended to all the teachers of the
three schools to attend, as the
event is in the nature of a recep
tion for them.
In addition to musical numbers
and refreshments, a program of
motion pictures has been arranged
and includes: "8000 Miles With
Lindbergh"; "Action on Salem's
Playgrounds." pictures taken by
Dr, D. B. Hill of Salem: and
"School Pals," an old-fashfoned
All parents of the district are
urged to attend, whether or not
they are members of the associa
By Lulu Hunt Pfctm MIX
Tall. Mrs Ray Tlartman and Mrs.
CJeortre T. Lewis.
Cooked food: Mrs. A. A. Vnder
hil. rhairman. Mrs. Ida F. Shade,
Mrs. Josephine Davis. Mrs. C. Bis
hop. Mrs W. H. Ryrd. Mrs. Hel
n s. Howard. Mrs. E. M. Hoff
nell. Mrs W. W. Tooney. Mrs. J.
T.vmnn Steed. Mrs. R. E. L. Stein
t.r. Mrs. Cora Patterson. Mrs. J.
M. Devers. Mrs. Georp;e V. Lewis.
Mr Robert E. Downey. Mrs. Stel
la C, Ford. Mrs. J. A. Jeldrirks.
Mrs. R F. Pound. Mrs. C A.;
T..'vis Mrs Mark Skiff and Mrs ;
t, A. Reard.
Mrs Martin Ferrey ts in marge
.f ti e brief program for the tea.
which will be held in the main
niditoriuni. Mrs. E. F. Farro.
hariman for the program for the
Msar which will be held in
separately from the tea. lsj
The Standard Bearers of Jason
Lee Memorial church held their
first meeting of the year at the
home of their advisor, Mrs. W. L.
Lewis, Wednesday, October 10.
Election of officers for the com
ing year was held, the following
being chosen: Evelyn Cummings,
president; Hazel Pro, vice presi
dent; Cecile Steele. serrerarv
Vdaiine Seymour, treasurer, and
Ltora Andrews, corresponding
W. V. Cran-i'" ,rtitr-v' "iter me elections the
evening was spent in discussing
Mrs. c. P. Bishop, 2:30
Pythian Sisters club, Mrs.
Wayne Greenwood. 1285
South Liberty street. 2:30
Fortnightly club of First
church parlors. 7:30 o'clock.
D. E. club, election of rffl-
cers, McCornack hall, 8
Tillicum cluVi rtanre Pan-
lillian hall. 9 o'clock,
Benefit luncheon, served
by R. N. A. Fraternal tern-
pie. 11 to 2 o'clock. Benefit
card party, sponsored by R.
N. A.. Fraternal temple, 2 to
W. C. T. TT.. union hall at
Ferry and South Commer-
cial streets. 2:30 -o'clock.
Sslem chapter of Amerl-
can War Mothers. Mrs. J. G.
Reieelmsn. S40 Mill street.
Sons of Veteran's Auxiliary
club. Mrs. H. P. McWhorter
590 North Summer street,
Etoka club. Mrs. A. J. Vlck
1495 North Liberty street.
2:30 o'clock. '
Annual Salem teacher's re-
ception. women's parlors st
th Elks club. 4 to 5:30
Writers Section of Salem
Arts Leagu. Mrs. Ora F.
Mclntyre. Court street, 8
Lincoln - McKinley - Leslie
Parent-Teacher's meelng and
program. Leslie auditorium
at 7:30 o'clock.
First of a series of Wed-
nesday afternoon card par-
ties to be given bv Lady Ea-
gles at Fraternal Temple.
Ever Ready Birthday club.
Mrs. Julia Strand, 241 South
Leisure Hour club. Mrs. D.
W. Steusloff. hostess
United Artisan open meet
ing. Fraternal Temple. 447
Center street. Eight o'clock.
Auburn Women's club, all
day meeting Mrs. A. L. Lind
'Diet for OVildrerx
A Disgrace To Be Pat?
You have been on a liquid diet
for, two days now. Yon have had
skim milk or buttermilk or fruit
juice, or any other liquid, not
totaling more than 500 to 600 C
for the day.
If you have not
been able to get
fresh milk, per
haps you got the
skim milk or
whole milk pow
der, or perhaps
you have made it
up according to
directions t tt.e
canned milk, and
rresn man is
m riccu uiiitv its
620 C to the
jounce, skim or
f buttermilk is half
I ' i that, or 10 C (no
n lf tnfat them)
' in " 1 'and fruit juice
WLUHWTPtJtHiJ) about 15 C
How do you feel it's not so
terrible, is it? Wait until you go;
on the scales after the third day:
You will lose from five to it'
pounds after three days of a liquid
diet, which does not total over
500 to 600 C a day. A great loss
to sustain, but I don't see you of
fering any reward for its return
A bathroom scale is a good in
vestment, but if you haven't one,
try to weigh on the same Bcale,
at the same time of day, in thy
same weight clothes, and at the
same time in relation to eating
While we are on the question
of elimination, let me tell you
that you may be constipated. !'
you are, take two or three table
spoons of non-medicated agar, or
psyllium seeds, two or three times
a day, in your liquids. (No calor
ies in them.) If you can't get
these, take bran. Count a cup
of cereal bran 100 C.
But is a disgrace to overeat.
We have no right to undermine
our health and looks and working
capacity by so doing. And over
weight is due to overeating for the
needs, and as soon as the simple
knowledge of dietetics is universal
it is going to be a disgrace to be
Meanwhile, how are you to tall
if you eat too much, you have so
little knowledge of food values?
There is one safe little rule thit
you can go by:
YOU EAT TOOv MUCH, no mat
ter how little it Is. IF YOU STORE
IT AWAY AS FAT.
One more day of the shrinking
stomach period;-then for some of
the most delicious food you ever
Tuesday The Small Appetite
TALKING TO STRANGERS IS
OFTEN HIGHLY INTERESTING
Habit of Striking up Acquaintances With Casual
Persons Sometimes Leads to Unex-
By RUTH MAE LA WHENCE
ff-rxOU shouldn't talk to strangers." The neighbor-woman had
j gone to town on the same street car I had; had seen me talk
to the old man sitting beside me: had found out (after we left the
car) that I had never seen the old man before; and had thereupon
considered it her duty to-admonish me concerning the correct usaces
of social life. I was a child in grammar school at the time, but I
still remember the neighbor-woman's horrified face, stern gesture,
and brill voice "You should never, never talk to strangers!" My
overweening curiosity is undoubt-
rremains that they do. Perhaps it
is because I look sad and lone
some, and they feel sorry for my
pitiable condition; perhaps it is
because they are bored and regard
anything as better than nothing;
perhaps . . . oh, well, as I said be
fore, they fall.
Human Hunting Good
If one desires to be a mighty
plans tor the coming year. De- j KepubllCan otudy
licious refreshments were served, q 1 1V,T TJ--.
Those nresen, ,n,, t Club Meets 1 oday
Andrews, Hazel Pro, Dorothy
.sawyer, Adaline Seymour, Gwen
dolyn Hubbard. Marion Drlggs,
1 V.ile Steele. Evelyn Cummings,
Margaret McCoy, Ruth Smith, and
Mrs. W. L. Lewis.
Mis Marjorie Diefe, freshman
at Oregon Agricultural college
where she is a pledge of Gamma
Phi Beta sorority, and her college
friend. Miss Eleanor Bilyeu, spent
the week end in Salem, the guests
S J. B. Martyn and Mrs. Alex
aid 01 sarnia, tanaua, ar-
Sunday to spend some time
? relatives in Salem. They
ise gueets of their brother-
and sister, Mr. and Mrs
'hand of Sonth Commercial
Mrs. MacDonald is also
her son, Malcolm Mao-
of Salem Heights.
Sons of Veterans auxil
ib will meet this Tuesday
on with Mrs. H. R. Mc
r, 590 North Summer
V; and Mrs. W. P. Ellis are
ning for Mr. and Mrs. J
of Portland with a fam-
r today. Mrs. Mitts is
to Mrs. Ellis.
numbers that theyr "7 -
-rs. v. r. iieie. or L.nemeireta
Complimenting the students.
Mrs. Diefe entertained at dinner
Friday nittht. Besides Miss Diefe
and Miss Bilyeu, those present in
cluded: Pearl Kapphahn, Florence
Karst and Mr. and Mrs. Diefe.
:nav be civen at lntrev?i.
Lady Eagles Plan
Card Party Series
Lady Eagles of Salem are to
give a series of card parties at
Fraternal Temple on Wednesday
afternoons. The first of these
wiH be given on the afternoon of
Wednesday. October 17. First
and second prizes will be given
at the close of each game, and a
grand prize will be awarded at
the close of the season to the one
holding highest scores throughout
Mrs. Ora F. Mclntyre will en
ertain the writers' section of the
-Jalem Arts League in her home
on Court street Tuesday evening.
The Republic Study club will
meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the home Of Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Bishop. 7C3 Court
street. Dr. S. B. Laughlin will lie
the principal speaker, and will
talk upon "Hoover History."
Mrs. I. L. Patterson, first vice
president of the club, will preside
at the meeting Tuesday in the ab
sence of Mrs. C. P. Bishop, the
president, who is in Portland.
The Auburn Woman's club will
hold an all day meeting begin
ning at 10 o'clock Thursday, Oc
tober 18, at the home of Mrs. A.
L. Lindbeck on Auburn lane. Pot
luck dinner will be served at
This will be the first meeting
of the new year. Officers for the
year are: Mrs. A. L. Lindbeck,
president; Mrs. C. E. Earls, vice
presidenU Mrs. E. P. Peltier, sec
retary; Mrs. R. C. Morgan, treasurer.
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edly the cause of my constant ig
noring of that advice given me so
many, many years ago. ror l cio
talk to strangers lots of them.
and. still incorrigible, intend to
talk to many more.
Every time I see an interesting-
looking specimen of humanity. I
edge around, look stdewise, gtare
at the heavens ;rtth sober scrut
iny and, though the day be dank
and cold, state to the world at
"Looks like a nice day, doesn't
ana. on the barren, wind-torn
A-astes where she and. .her husband
have struggled with a homestead
tor many years. She told me of
the choking dust . . . and the sun
sets . . . and the moon at ninht
"so near you could reach up aud
stroke it-" The bit of poet In her
soul was made vivid by the pi
quancy of her humor as she told
me of her small son's birthday
cake. "It was a good thing." she said
in her dry voice, "that I made
Ceorgie a dark cake. For the
J . . a t 1.
I don't know why ninety-nin ' " i,,u M,U" ailu ,auu- MUW 11
r ,pt nf mv victim fall fnri'ild blow. The dust sifted under
that banal line'. . . but that fact!Ihe window-sill, and if that cake
and one stories of the people who
have touched my Imagination and
as abruptly went away with my
curiosity not of their affairs but
'of their humanity still unap
! I haven't reformed from talkrng
to strangers, but an Incident Just
this week has "added a delayed
-"it -nbuVgTSEced at the man who
gotjrf -fUe' Irus ahead of me tne
other night, yet I noted that Ms
face was lined with fatigue! and
that his step was hesitant as If he
were too tired to move. I fol
lowed him from the bus, saw him
miss the curb by a fraction, and
lurch against the telephone pole.
' The covered basket he carried
on his arm was flung against th
sidewalk by the impact, and there
was a tinkle of broken glass.
"Oh, I'm so sorry," I exclaimed,
and rushed to the rescue, a la'
Boy Scout. "Can't I help?"
The man whirled on me. "Get
out of here." he snarled at me,
and I saw his savage face In tht
uncertain light of the flickering
I stepped back, alarmed, and
as I did I saw a faint trickle of
dark liquid oozing to the cement
walk, and a sour odor rising on
the still air offended me.
That was one stranger whose
"human reactions" I did not
wait to observe.
hunter and collect fascinating epl. I had swooped over her old home!
had ben white we never could
of ate it. But it was dark, and
(leorgie was awfully pleased
'cause it was his firth birthday
cake. Y, his first birthday
cakp, even If he was nine years
Wind Heroines Scourge
And the wind. th boisterous.
Dersistent. relentless wind that
sodes, I recommend the hunting
of the human species. Inasmuch
as I am of the classification
known as an "old maid" It might
seem that my hunting has been
As usual, appearances are de
ceptive, for I have restricted my
hunting excursions to elderly men
fvery elderly), women and chil
dren. The other kind are hope
less. bnt the glimpses into foreign
realms which one may snatch
from these chance acquaintances
are like fragments of rich and
glowing tapestry covered with a
half - concealing, half - revealing
It was a blue and gold day, one
of those dazzling gilded days
when the very; sparkle of the air
blinds the eyes, that a woman
came to me and asked the loca
tion of the post office. I not only
told her where it was, but offered
to take her there as I was going
in that direction. Her hat. of a
style of ten years ago, was frayed
and weather-worn; her shoes were
cracked; her clothes hang about
her spare frame with a wearied,
taciturn air as if they had seen
much of life and were surfeited
with it. Yet she gave me the ex
hiiirated feel of a strong wind
She told of her life in Mon-
Verdict of Woman Who
Tried Pinkham's Compound
Tully, X. Y. "It hurt me to walk
or sit down without lirlp and I felt
sick and weak.
pound and he
induced me to
take it. I am
now on the fourth
bottle and have
also used Lvdia
that will do for me whnt the Vjre
table Compound and Sanative Wah
have, done are certainly worth their
weight in gold. I think I have given
them a fair-trial and I expect to take
two more bottles of tht Vegetable
Compound.'' Mas. Chart u Mos
can, R. F. D. 1, Tully. N. Y.
I hated it," she told me dispas
"I'd lie awake at night and
hate, and hate, and hate it 'til I
wanted to get out of the house
and fight. Well, we came here;
and of course I like it. But it's
so still I just can't get used to it.
No wind here at all. Sometimes,
when I'm awake, I can hear that
old wind tear at the house, but I
know I'm just dreamin'. Still, I
know, as how I'd hate it just the
same if I went back to Montana
And I, feebly understanding
the futility with which men pit
their will-power and their
strength against the forces of na
ture, and of the reluctance with
which they relinquish the strug
gle, knew fuite definitely that the
woman from Montana would nev
er be happy until she had re
turned to that despised homestead
where she and her husband had
buried their youth.
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