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Mrs. ?. C J Hunter
Mrs. It. C. Hunter was hostess
for one of the most charming par
ties of the past few weeks at her
home on South Liberty street
Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was
In play during the early afternoon
and a beautifully appointed tea
followed. Spring flowers in tones
of lavender and many cream col
ored wild lambs tongue's gave a
beautiful decorative note to the
-guest rooms and tea table.
Little Janice Lee and Jean Ma
rie Myers, twin daushters of Dr.
and Mrs. Burton Myers, received
the guests at the door. Mrs. Bur
ton Myers and Mrs. Ed Goodwin
assisted Mrs. Hunter in serving.
High score for the afternoon rras
won by Mrs. E. A. Kurtz, and sec
ond high score went to Mrs. C. T.
Guests for this afternoon were
Mrs. R. W. Hartman, Mrs. F. G.
Brock, Mrs. Elmer Dane, Mra. J.
C. Perry, Mrs. W. M. P. Ellis, Mrs.
C. R. Lesrter, Mrs. E. D. Gabriel,
Mrs. C. F. Giese. Mrs. Roy Hewitt,
Mrs. L. W. Gleaaon, Mrs. W. L.
"Phillips. Mrs. G. W. Day. Mrs. V.
I. Needham, Mrs. Scott Page, Mrs.
C. T. Elliyon, Mrs. Earl Fisher,
Mrs. I. W. Follis. Mrs. E. A.
Kurtx, Mrs. V. E. Kuhn, Mrs. Sam
Butler, Mrs. Ed Goodwin, Mrs. L.
E. Bean, Mrs. P. H. Hauser. Mrs.
G. L. Forge, Mrs. Art Wallace,
Mrs. C. M. Inman, Mrs. C. S.
Patten. Mrs. C. S. Pratt, Mrs. G.
L.' Newton, Mrs. II. R. Worth.
Mrs. G. L. Newton, Mrs. Burton
Myers, and Mrs. Hubbs and Miss
Dorothy May Hubbs of Silverton.
Mrs. May Addresses
Prof, and Mrs. T. S. Roberts
opened their residence studio to
the Salem Music Teachers associa
tion Tuesday night at which time
Mrs. Martin Ferry. Miss Dorothy
Pearce and Mrs. Walter Denton
Mrs. Walter R. May, president
of the state music teachers asso
ciation spoke to the group assem
bled concerning the coming state
convention to be held In Portland
June 17-18-19. She also spoke
concerning the interest shown In
the recent April meeting of the
northwest music teachers of pub
lic schools music Instruction In
Fpokane during the Inland Empire
Education association meeting.
Mrs. Walter 'Denton reported
upon the work accomplished In
"national good music week" In
Salem. She expressed her appre
ciation and that of the Music
Teachers' association for the co
operation given and satisfying
yrograms made by Salem in this
As a conclusion to this interset-
Irg meeting Prof. Roberts played
reveral organ numbers and Miss
-Ruth How sang.
Salem Lodge Folk
Motor to Albany
Mrs. Carl Ryckman entertained
at her home near Albany for visit
ing member of the Salem Royal
Neighbors of America Tuesday. A
notluck dinner was served and
sewing occupied the afternoon
Spring flowers were attractively
used as bright spots of clor about
thi cuest rooms.
Those motoring to Albany from
the Salem lodge were Mrs. Ida
McCulley, Mrs. Mina Saunders and
daughter Barbara, Mrs. Julia
Blodgett. Mrs. E. M. Shepherd,
Mrs. Mary Ackerman. Mrs. Mil
dred Nash. Mrs. Sarah Peterson.
Mrs. Irene Speed, Mr3. Rose Ab
bott, Mrs. Katherine Botts, and
daughter Barbara, Mrs. John
Gravblll. Mrs. A. H. Bunn, and
Miss Viola Pence.
Special guests from Albany
were Mrs. Helen Persons, and
daughter Betty Jean, Mrs. R. Ward
Cyrus, Mrs. Nina Laubucr, Mrs
Clinton Stacy. Mrs. R. A. Marsh
and son Bobby, Mrs. R. Goshong
and Mrs. D. T. Butler.
Mrs. J. Lee Stockton
Js Evening Hostess
Mrs. James Lee Stockton enter
talned with another charming af
fair honoring Mrs. E. Hofer who
is soon to leave Salem. Dinner
was served at a long table cen
tered with a bowl of orchid col
ored Japanese wisteria, and small
blrds-of-paradlse marked the
guests places. Miss Zoe Stockton
assisted Mrs. Stockton in receiving
Guests bidden for the evening
were the honor guest. Mrs. E. Ho
ler, and Mrs. W. C. Kantner. Mrs.
W. P. Babcock. Mrs. Samuel Orr
Mrs. W. I. Staley. Mrs. H. C Fox
Mrs. S. P. Kimball. Mrs. Alice
Dodd, Mrs. H. A. Brown, Miss La
Tern Kantner, and Miss Constance
Miss Frances Virginie Melton
was chosen as one of the. judges
for the Oregon Federation of Mn
sic clubs contest held in Portland
this past week. This is an honor
both Miss Melton and Salem to
Miss Melton as a "pianist of oat
standing ability in Oregon and to
Salem because it draws attention
to. her as the hofiie of an out
standing musician. The students
winning in the contest in Portland
will again compete in Seattle and
those winning there will go to
Boston. It- is Interesting to those
following music that both winners
in the piano contest were students
of Rnth Bradley Keiser, promt
sent Portland teacher.
The Liberty Woman's club will
have the last meeting et Its year
with Mn. Fred Scott, There will
be a pollack one o'clock luncheon
and a social hour and program fol
lowing. There will also be an
election f officer and all mem
bers a re urged to be present.
News and Club
3)OTE M. Doak,
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B. & P. W. meet at the '
women's clubhouse. 1
Faculty Woman's club '
with Mrs. R. M. Gatke.
Chapter G., P. E. O. with
Mrs. W. W. Moore, 2:30
o'clock guest day and ob-
servance of "mother's day.
Faculty Woman's club,
Mrs. Robert Gatke, 2:30. 1
Carnation club. Fraternal
temple, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. M.
Viesko, Mrs. B. Zell host-
Mrs. C. D. Thomas, Mrs. E.
A. Prultt entertain ladies of '
St. Vincent de Paul, at par-
Martha and Mary circle. '
First Christian church, 2 '
o'clock, Mrs. Dorothy Mc-
Dowell, 1065 N. 5th street.
Liberty Woman's club, 10 1
o'clock potluck luncheon, and '
social afternoon. Last meet- '
ing of year. 1
Woman's Auxiliary, St. '
Paul's Episcopal church, sil- 1
ver tea from 3 to 5 o'clock '
at Mrs. Frank Spears. '
Woman's Alliance, Unitar
ian church, Emerson room, 1
o'clock luncheon and pro
Hiawatha council benefit
dance, Chemawa hall, 8
Special meeting auxiliary
to Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Mrs. Carle Abrams, 1547
Chemeketa, 7:45 o'clock.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary, U.
S. W. V.. Mrs. M. W. Baker.
1247 South Commercial
Y. M. C. A. program. M. F.
Franklin lectures on "Art." 8
o'clock, Y. M. C. A. building.
A. A. U. W. at Gray
Jelle, 12:30. Mrs. Virginia
Mrs. Robert Gatke
To Entertain Club
The Faculty Woman's club will
be guest of Mrs. Robert Gatke at
her home, 280 Richmond evenue,
Thursday afternoon. This will be
a garden party and promises to
be one of the loveliest meetings
of the year for the club. The Gatke
garden is one of those lovely gar
dens which reaches down to the
edge of a creek and in so doing
produces all manner of lovely
lines, and brilliant and cozy ef
fects. Just at this- season of the
year there could be few more en
ticing places than a garden for an
afternoon of pleasure. ,
Hostesses for this party are
Mrs. E. C. Richards, Mrs. C. R
Monk. Mrs. Frank Learner and
Miss Gale Carrey.
To Greet President
Mrs. Carle Abrams will be host
ess for a special meeting of the
Auxiliary to the Veterans of For
eign Wars called for Friday night
at her home 1547 Chemeketa at
The occasion of this special
meeting is a visit from the state
president Mrs. June Wheeler of
Portland, who appears on official
business at that time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hjort are
receiving congratulation upon the
birth of a son, Robert Carl, Mon.
day at the Salem general hospital.
Young Robert has one sister, Miss-
tress Marylin. Mrs. Hjort was for
merly Delia Arasler.
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary, U. S.
W. V.. will be entertained Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. M
W. Baker. 1247 South Commercial
street. This is the regular month'
ly social meeting and a full at
tendance is desired.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Moll have
just returned from a few days vis
it with friends and relatives at the
coast. They divided their time
among folk at Newport, Toledo,
and Cutler City.
Earl ft. Rlggs has been a bouse
guest at the William English home
for the past few days. He re
turned to hf home In SantsfRose
Print Is Smart
The Royal Neighbors of Ameri
ca observed Mother's day and hon
ored a recent bride Monday eve
ning at the Fraternal temple with
an appropriate program. The
people assisting with the program
were Miss Marine Sautter, vocal
solo, accompanied by Mrs. Hess;
Ida McCully, a reading; Kenneth
Abbott, vocal solo accompanied by
Mildred Abbott; Dorothy McCully
a reading ; Louis Corbin, vocal
solo accompanied by Margaret
Schrieber, and a mock wedding in
which participated Nadine Com
stock, La Verne Fiala, Fern Free
man, Mary Ackerman. Marion
Gregg, Ida McCully, and Minnie
the presentation of a gift to the
Nelson. The program closed with
'bride, Mrs. Bridetta Bennett Den-
nlson, from the Royal Neighbor
Following the program refresh
raents were served by the com
mittee In charge, Zola Peterson,
Irene Steed, and Katherine Botts.
A family reunion was celebrat
ed in honor of the seventv-flrst
birthday of Henry Edwards at his
Those who gathered to wish Mr.
Edwards happy returns from the
many years which he had spent
were Mr. ana Mrs. Alfred Shearer,
and daughters Pauline and Bar
bara; Mr. and Mrs. James Shearer
of Caldwell, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs.
J. Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. John
js-awaras of Portland; Mr. and
Mrs. one Martin. Mr. and Mn
Clarence Martin, Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Edwards, and daughter Cle-
aa May, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
GesBner and children La June,
May Etta, Donald and Richard,
n-nna Ferris. Junior Hiiinnt
T7I1 - . - M
riora uavis, an oi saiem; Mr. and
Mrs. will Edwards and children
minora and Kenneth of Lincoln;
t-ninp rerris of Portland- mil
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Edwards and
cnuoren June and Leroy of Ro
Official appraisal of three es
tales was filed Tuesday with the
county court and placed on record
with the county clerk.
a valuation oi ajjou.ai was
placed on the estate of Elizabeth
Moore, deceased, by the apprais
ers, consisting of M. G. Gunder-
son, Hugh T. Small and C. A. Rey
The estate of Elwood C. Small
deceased, is valued at $8900. ac
cording to the appraisal made by
M. G. Gunderson. C. A. Reynolds
and J. A. Campbell.
The estate of John Arthur Heo-
ner is valued at 13125.15 accord
ing to the claimant made by Bes
sie M. Elofson. Karl E. Veneer
ana uoxanna Zielie.
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OREGON STATESMAN, Salem,
Mrs. R. Cartwright
Made League Head
The Salem Arts League started
a new year Tuesday night at the
city library with an election of
officers. Mrs. Richard Cartwright
was made president. Otto Paulus.
first vice president, Mrs. Clifton
Mndd. second rice president, Mrs.
C. I. Lewis, secretary, S. H. Van
Trump, treasurer and Blanche
Jones, financial secretary, and
Miss Ruth Brauti, arts director.
Miss Rnth Brauti spoke con
cerning "Who's Who .in Oregon
Among Artists" as one of the
speakers for the program hour.
She brought illustrations of work
done by Zane. Gilbert, Vincent,
Schroff, and Fairbanks, all Ore
gon artists who have hung pic
tures in galleries of note, with the
exception of Avard Fairbanks who
is a sculptor now studying in Eu
rope and winning fame for him
self. Miss Brauti also emphasized .the
need for a Salem art museum and
much discussion ensued as to how
to promote such a civic need. The
Arts League is seriously taking
the Idea under consideration and
plans within the near future to
launch a scheme which will bring
to Salem the best exhibits and
give them a place to be housed so
that the public may benefit there
by. It is urged that such an action
would not entail very much labor
and that the results would be of
sufficient educational and civic
benefit to greatly more than re
pay the efforts, time and money
spent in such an endeavor.
Mrs. Virginia Bacon, Oregon
state librarian, followed Miss
Brauti with a fascinating discus
sion of the poet and prose writer,
the late Eleanore Wylie. Mrs. Ba
con expressed the opinion that
this, one of the greatest, Ameri
can writers and standing high
among International artists, was
far out of tune with her time.
This fact Mrs. Bacon suggested
was shown in one of her prose
stories "The Venetian Glass Ne
phew," which creates a world a-
part in which two people fonnd
happiness. Eleanore Wylie created
a world apart for herself and thus
her works, many of them are
subtle and fantastic and require
much interpretation. But, Mrs. Ba
con pointed out, there is always
a quality of humor in her style
that saves the extreme from being
fantastic and unreal.
The two last volumes of Elean.
ore Wylie's poetry were called to
attention "Trivial Breath" and
Angels and Earthly Creatures"
and Mrs. Bacon quoted from "Val
entine" and "Beauty" much to the
keen delight of her audience.
The Arts League meeting start
ed off the new year in a most en
Mrs. Alice Dodd
To Address Alliance
The Woman's Alliance will meet
for Us regular monthly one o'clock
luncheon and social afternoon at
the Unitarian church Friday aft
ernoon. The hostesses who are
in charri of this meeting are Mrs.
Milton Meyers, Mrs. Elizabeth
Steiner, Mrs. R. Lee Steiner, and
Mrs. Mary Denton.
The feature of the social hour
will be a talk on "Shawls" by
Mrs. Alice Dodd. Plans will be
made in the business meeting for
the rummage sale which the Al
liance plans to have in the near
future. So far plana have been
made whereby all donations for
the sale-be sent to Mrs. Roy Bur
Miss Mary Findley
Leaves for Portland
For the past three weeks Miss
Mary Findley has been the guest
of her parents Dr. and Mrs. M.
C. Findley. The visit marked the
brief interim between the comple
tion of the position which she has
had for the past three years as di
rector of religious education as it
is sponsored by the Rockefeller
Foundation on the University of
Oregon campus, and the taking up
of new work in Portland.
Miss Flndley's work in Portland
will be secretary to Dr. Hansakea,
regional superintendent of Wash
ington, Oregon, Idaho, and Mon
tana for the National Council for
Prevention of War. Miss Findley
left for Portland Tuesday.
THIMBLE CLUB FETED
SILVERTON, May 15. The
Thimble club of the Neighbors of
Woodcraft were entertained at an
all day meeting at the farm home
of Mrs. D. F. Hlllman on Friday,
About 20 members enjoyed a cov
ered dish dinner served at noon
by the hostess and Mrs. R. G. Bye,
The afternoon was spent in tew
ing for the club. Mrs. Pearl Black
erby and Mrs. Teason of Salem
were out-of-town guests.
Oregon, Thnrsday Morning.
MISS E1IDS HAS
LINCOLN. May IS. Miss EL
nora Edwards was the recipient of
a surprise Friday evening when
several of her school girl friends
gave her a slumber party at her
home at Lincoln. Miss Edwards
received many lovely gifts Friday.
The principal attraction at the re
freshment hour was a prettily dec
orated birthday cake. Saturday
morning the young girls prepared
their own breakfast in the woods
near the Edwards home.
Mn. Ruble Very OI
Mrs. D. R. Ruble is very ill here
making it necessary to have a spe
cial nurse in charge. At last re
ports her condition has not ma
Mrs. Alvin Madsen and two sons
Robert and Richard are in Albany
making a short visit at the home
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. A.
BRUSH COLLEGE, May 15
Election of officers was held at
the regular meeting of the Brush
College helpers Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Esther Oliver. This
is the last regular meeting of the
club until in October, but the
members and their families will
have a picnic dinner the . second
Thursday in each month at the
picnic grounds during the sum
Officers elected Thursday were
Mrs. Archie Ewing, president,
Mrs. Oliver Whitney, vice presi
dent, Mrs. M. F. McCall, secretary-treasurer.
The club present
ed Mrs. Esther Oliver with a love-
y birthday cake as a token of
Lilacs were arranged very pret
tily about the living rooms.
On Farm AtZena
Miss Margaret Purvine, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pur
vine of Zena. who is a teacher at
Jefferson high school in Portland,
spent Mother's Day with her par
ents here. Mis sPurvine was ac
companied by five of her fellow
teachers who very much enjoyed
the outing at the farm.
Hubby Claims His
Wife Has Temper
J. L. Nation alleges that Mrs.
Nation whose name on the pa
pers filed against her is given as
Myrtle Henderson Nation, has a
terribly bad temper, is a constant
scold and since April 15 has de
serted Nation's home and lived
apart from him. Consequently
Mr. Nation seeks a divorce al
though he and his wife were mar
ried only last August.
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belching, " fre
babies and chil
show food is
souring in the
When these symptoms appear.
give Baby a teaspoonful of Phil
lips Milk of Magnesia. Add it to
the first bottle of food in the
morning. Older children should
be given a tablespoonful in a glass
of water. This will "iomfort the
child make his stomach and
bowels easy. In five minutes he is
comfortable, happy. It will sweep
the bowels free of all sour, Indi
gestible food. It opens the bowels
in constipation, colds, children's
ailments. Children take it readily
because it is palatable, .pleasant
tasting. Learn its many uses for mother
and child. Write for the interest
ing book, "Useful Information."
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will be sent FREE.
In buying, be sure to get genu
ine Phillips Milk of Magnesia.
Doctors have prescribed it for over
"Milk of Magnesia" bas been
the U. S. Registered Trade Mark
of The Chas. H. Phillips Chemical
Co., and Its predecessor, Chas. H.
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There's a friendliness about
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o! the Fielding that makes
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HEADS LOCAL GROUP
May 16, 1929
Mother As They
Give Her Dinner
HAZEL GREEN. May 15. Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Wampler gave a
dinner on Mother's day for Mrs.
Wampler's mother, Mrs. Edward
Other guests were Mnt Wamp
ler's father Mr. Edward Dunnigan
Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Turin
and children Clare and Catherine
of Kelso. Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kittleson
had as guests Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Stoner and children
Lillian and Irene of Aurora.
Mrs. Kohler. nee Hilda William
son, of West Salem is nursing her
mother, Mrs. N. P. Williamson,
who has been quite ill for the past
C. A. Van Cleave and family
visited Mr. Van Cleave's wother,
Mrs. Matilda Van Cleave of Salem
Sunday. Mrs. Van Cleave is well
known here, having lived on a.
farm in this neighborhood for
many years. Peter Reylts of Salem
was a business visitor in this com
munity Monday. Mr. Reylts is a
brother of Mrs. Ben Clemens.
'I took Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound before
my first baby was born and I
am taking it now for my weak
ened condition after the birth
of my second boy. Although I
never have put on any flesh
I am feeling good now and
the Vegetable Compound has
helped me in every way. It is
surely a wonderful medicine
and I will be glad to answer
letters for I recommend it
highly." Mrs. Fred W. Davey,
Lydia Pinkham Vegetable
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workshop. The new two tone LANG RANGES will add beauty and harmony of shades, ha
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See these colorful Range on display at oar store Thursday, Friday and Saturday May
10, 17, IX. This Northwest-made Bange will better serve yov ihe WEST'S BEST RANGE.
Small payment down, convenient terms, yosr old range taken In trade.
With Every Lane Bange
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HIGH BRIDGE SCORE
DALLAS. May 15. Mrs. H. A.
Woods entertained the Tuesday
afternoon bridge club at her home
on the Hawthorne highway. This
was the last meeting of the year,
and the scores which had been
kept were added and the prizes
given. Mrs. Robert Kreason had
high score for the year.
Members present were Mrs. Ray
Scott, Mrs. Paul Skeels, Mrs. Si
mon Grindheim, Mrs. Robert
SALEM, SATURDAY MAY 18th
Scats on Sale Circus Day at Sherman & Clay Co.. 130 S. High.
Thursday Friday Saturday
mmmi r iiMKxwmmmezr - - w m.-
for Coal and Wood
Kreason, Mrs. Jaes: satin. rs.
Maurice Dalton, Mrs. Ralph Beck,
Mrs. Earl Fulgham. Mrs. Ed Pias
ecki. Mrs. Fred Stinnett, Mrs. P.
J. Walton, Mrs. Harry Viers and
the hostess. Mrs. Woods had as
her guest, her niece Miss Woods,
who is visiting here from the east.
HAVE GUESTS SUNDAY
SPRING VALLEY, May 15.
Sunday dinner guests at the J. J.
Stratton home were Mr. Stratton's
mother, Mrs. Ann E. Stratton who
is a resident of the Mann home in
Portland. Dr. and Mrs. Albert
Stratton and their oldest daugh
ter. Miss Anna, who Is taking
nurse's training at the Portland
sanitarium was enjoying a few
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