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" The OREGON STATESMAN. Salen. 0iigMi,f Tuesday Morning, jane 25, 1929
and Club Aff
i j Cottage
An annual Tent which, has
come to be a tradition "1 the pic
nic dinner for the old Arenac
Tennis dub tor which Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Albert are hostesses
' acli year at their cabin on the
North Fork ol the Santiam river.
' ,Th fortieth anniversary reun
ion was celebrated .Sunday with
of the original 65 present who
Wganlzed the club June 26. 1889.
Sphere are 44 surviving members
tef the original dab membership.
Jb this group there are now 38
children and 18 grandchildren.
Tables were placed under the
4mi in the yard of the Albert
N 'cmbta.-' Here covers were laidior
?3 ' 37 mmbers and guests. Mr. and
Mrs. A C. Eoff, Miss Josephine
' Albert, and Bruce Spauldlng as-
V : aiated in serving. Mrs. Mary Mc
rrtnrM. had charge of the dinner
" ' arrangements.
. - -One ol the features of the after
- aitoa of reminiscing which 'fol
lowed the dinner was a group of
original poems written by mem
bers of the club upon the occasion
of the marriage of George u
Brown, and Miss Ruth -Mathews.
In 1891. Mr. Brown was married-
In California and the poems were
sent to him there. He had them
hound and thus they were ready
to be read as a surprise to those
gathered Sundav afternoon.
Original members present for
the Sunday picnic were Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Stciner, Mr. and Mrs.
Max 0. Buren, Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Wigging of Toppenish. Washing
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffith,
Mrs. J. C. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs.
9 Otto Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Sroat'of Portland, Mf. and Mrs.
E. Shelly Morgan, Portland; Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Crosby, The
Dalles; Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Me
Nary, Portland; Mrs. E. B. Lock
tort, Hillsboro: Mr. and Mrs. A.
NF. Giesy, Portland; Mrs. Gene
vieve Mackie, Portland; Mr. and
jfrrs. John Krausse, Portland;
Oorge Brown, and Mr. and Mrs.
, JOseph Albert. ;
Special- guests for the occasion
were Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Krausse,
It HolTerson, Mrs. George Rog
"fcrs. Mr. and Mrs. Asel C. Eoff,
H ( -T Miss Josephine Aioeri, Mrs. jn-r
k " - - n -1 T Cna ill in V
. i . . ,
.The Missionary Society of the
Calvary Baptist church, met at the
home! of Mr. and Mrs. S. Willis on
Ho Pnrtland road. Friday at
Devotions were lead by Mrs. Ad-
cc rurtla. Her theme was "Our
Vfcion in Life."
This was followed with a song
"Serf ice"' by "a ladies " quartette
ecmDosed of Mrs. Harry Harms,
lire. Charles Davis, Mrs. El ma Mc
Allister. and Miss Mina Giie. .
'Resorts of the state convention
at Roeeborg were given during the
- &f Lernoon's program. "
A potluck supper was served on
tfco'iawn'at'6:30; with 60 present-
Eastern Star Club
To Meet Tuesday
nurv M. DoAJL.Socutv Editor
Dainty for Warm Weather
Stoiesnsn 15c Practical Patten
Miss McDougall is
P. E. P. Co. Report Up to
1928 Soon Ready Says
J. P. Newell
An adorable little frock that la
very easy to make, very simple to
launder and very becoming. Is
sketched today for the woe tot
bit of shirring or smocking In
tront form the sole trimming.
Miss Louise McDougall. who
I will leave for Europe July IS has
been the Inspiration for many af
fairs among which one of the elab
orate was the bridge evening: for
I which Mlii Xleanore Wright was!
joint hostess with Miss Rntheda
Rapid progress Is being made
in bringing down to 1928 the pro
perty valuations of the Portland
Electric Power company, accord
ing to a letter prepared by J. P.
vhm i..n.ina. ttn. .. KeweL consulting- engineer, for
i M ATTT1 Al I Visa Haval IaIihm mmA I -
-.t.. ...i. , - .vuu.vu n-pron ntlbMc service
sumV' payable ieml-annually.
lr.ri. bid must -bo accompanied
by a certified check for two per
cent .) of the par value of the
bond.- . . .
The approving lega
Teal, Wlnfree, Mccuuocn Bus
ier will be lunuanea wu
ful bidder. 4.
The right is reserved by the
Common Council to accept any or
to reject all bids In the Interest of
EIXTtt JS. jjujvv.
Temporary Acting Recorder,
June ai-IInc Salem, Oregon.
mity, plane, etc,' are perfect for
this model, and may be had In
delightful patterns and colors for
youngsters. The trimming bands
are in a plain color or white.
Ma be obtained only In sixes
2, 4, C and 8.
Size 4 requires 2 yards of
The guest rooms were beautiful
ly decorated with a profusion of
garden flowers. Following cards
the hostesses served a midnight J
The guest list Included the hon
or guest. Miss Louise McDougall,
Miss Catherine Corey. Miss Mar-
the Oregon public service com
mission. A copy f Mr. Newell" 8
letter to the eommislson Monday
was forwarded to Frank Grant,
city attorney of Portland.
"Pursuant to your instruc
tion,' read Mr.Neweirs letter,
"your staff began a study of the
additions and retirements of
plant, property and equipment
3 Inch material and yard forjgaret Corey, Miss ClaudU Buntln, j tftt) dftte 0f the original vain
trimming. . . - j Miss Vrances Ltwi, Miss Roberta
, This model is earr to make. No MI11 Kliaabeth Clements,
dreaamaklBg experience is aeces-i . d ' 5??tl. Mlw.
sary., Eaclt pattern comes to you
with simple.nd . exact - instruc
tions, including yardage for every
size. "A perfect fit . Is guaranteed.
Patterns will be delivered upon
receipt 'of 15 cents in coins care
fully wrapped or stamps. Be sure
to write plainly your name, ad
dress; style number and size
Our Latest Fashion Book will
be sent upon receipt of 10 cents
In coin. Address all mail and ord
ers to Statesman Pattern Depart
ment, 243 West 17th street, New
Miss Josephine Shade, president
of the Business -and Professional
Women's club of Salem compli
mented her officers and commit
tee chairmen with a 6:30 o'clock
dinner party at the Market Coffee
shop Monday night.
The long table about which the
guests were seated was centered
with a low basket of garden .flow
ers on either side of wnich were
tall yellow tapers.
Covers were laid for Miss Signe
Paulson, vice president, Miss Clara
McNeil, corresponding secretary.
Miss Phebe McAdams, Miss Mona
Toder, treasurer, and committee
heads. Dr. Mary Purvine, Miss
June Phllpott, Miss Grace Hen
drickson. Miss Grace Gilliam, Miss
Grace Sehcn, Mrs. Susan Varty,
Miss Hetta Fields, Miss Emily
Howard. Miss Grac6 L. Taylor,
Miss Olive M. Dahl. Mrs. Blanche
Isherwood, and Miss Laura B
Dr. Mary Purvine
Is Beach Hostess
Pick. Miss Kathryn Goulet, Miss
Catherine Laughrige, Miss Faye
Driscoll, Miss Virginia Holt, Miss
Virginia Sisson, Miss Wilda Fleen
or. Miss Margaret Brown, Miss
Frances Martin, Miss Julia Creech,
Miss Mazine Myers. Miss Louise
Wilkes, Miss Margaret Stevens,
Miss Phyllis Day, Miss Cynthia
D.lano, Miss Yvonne Smith, Miss
Lorraln Klnser, Miss I s o b e 1
George, Miss Evelyn Ross, Miss
Margaret Bean, Miss Fern Harris,
Miss Margaret Drager, Miss Caro
lyn Braden, Miss Dorothy White,
Miss Esther Wood. Miss Margaret
Wilson, Miss Ellen Hemingway,
Miss Grace. Holman, Miss Velma
TCTnmatt UU, T.a Vara C)ina
Mrs. George Trott mker M Mariri GleB
M Ow Wilma OImt. Minn Bnla. RaIIov.
Miss Myra Belt, Miss Mildred Rob
erts, Miss Margaret Wagner, Miss
Jean Lunsford, Miss Margaret
Heltzel, Miss Irma Babcock. Miss
Edna Babcock, Miss Helen Olsen,
Miss Elizabeth Waters,' Miss Lou
ise Quinn, Miss Velma. May, Miss
Sylvia Da Boise, Miss Billy Cup
per,, and Miss Eloise Wright.
Can-Do Class Picnic
atiou, December, 31, J91. The net
additions to the property, in the
12 years have cost approximately
325.eoe.e0O and have covered
every department of the utility.
The records of additions and re
tirements from 131? to 1923 are
summarized in the valuation re
cords of the power company is
mora, than 1C.000 entries. - But
little,' If any, less than a million
items have been entered in the
primary records In the 13 years
period. Obviously It has been lm
possible for your stall to cover
such a mass of detail completely
Apparent Errors Few
thereupon concluded that calcula
tions of the rate of return earned
each year by the utility In each de
partment and of the proper ac
cruals ef depreciation la each part
of the property might safely' be
based upon the company's records
of additions, leaving all revisions
and corrections to be made as of
December 31, 1128. the date fixed
for the present valuation.
"We are now preparing a state
ment for each year of the entire
property. Including the original
valuations plus net additions.' In
these compilations there, will be
Included all branches of. the utility.
city lines, Interurban lines, gas.
and no-operating, as well as inree
divisions of the electric, in order
that there may be- no uncertainty
as to the allocation of any part of
"Studies are being made of op
erating expenses, receipts and net
earnings, and proper accruals for
depreciations, with comparisons of
the amounts aeutaiiy accrued.
The complete analysis of the
1S1 valuation, due to the state's
well organized . valuation , force,
has cqst '. the. state ' not. to exceed
3,000' members of the public
service commission informed City
Attorney Grant. The 19 1 6 valua
tion of the company's properties
was approximately 355,600.100.
eeeded it appeared for a time that
corrections of Considerable amount
would be required, but further
study so far' reduced the apparent
errors that it became evident that
the total" amount of additions
would be but little changed. We
NOTICE OF "APPOINTMENT OF
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed bv the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
tr of Marion as executors of the
estate of John T. Lucker, Sr., De
ceased, and that they have duly
qualified as such executors; all
J persons having claims against the
As our investigation has pro-J estate of said decedent are here
oy nouiiea 10 present iuo eauie,
duly verified, to us, at the office
of Ronald C. Glover, our attorney.
at 203 Oregon Bldg., Salem, Ore
gon, within six months from the
date of this notice.
' Dated ' at Salem. Oregon, this
ltth day of May. .
EDNA W. LTJCKER and
JOHN T. LUCKER, Jr..
Executors of the. last will and tes
tament and EsUJe of John T.
Lucker. Sr- deceased.
AONALD q. GLOVER.
Attorney for Executors,
Salem, Oregon. Jll-18-25Jly2-9
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed br the County Court of
the State of Oregon lor tne couuiy
of Marios aa Executor of the last
will and testament and estate of
Ida M. Keens. Deceased, and tnai
he has dnlr Qualified as such &x-
" " " a . a
ecu tor; all persons having eiaims
ainat the estate or said aeceaeui
are hereby notified to present the
same, dnhr verified, to me, at me
office of Ronald C. Glover, my at
torney, at Z03 Oregon Building,
Salem. Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
Datd at Salem, Oregon, this
28th day of May. 1929.
ARTHUR A. KEENE.
Bxecutor of the Last Will and Tes
tament and Estate of ' Ida M.'
Kecne. Deceased, t - -: -
RONALD C. GLOVER, .
Attorn f or .vSxecutor. r . ,-.
Salem, Oregon. ; M?8J4-fl-18-25
NOTICE OF "BOND SALE
Sealed bids win be received by
the undersigned until the hour of
7:30 o'clock p. m., on Monday,
the 1st day of July. 1929. and im
mediately thereafter opened ny
the Common council of the City
of Salem. Oregon, at the city hall
in said city, for bonds of the City
in the amount of Thirty Thousand
Dollars ($30,000). described as
City of Salem Sanitary Sewer
Bonds in the amount of 330,000.00
in denominations of 31000 each
being dated June 1. 1929. matur
ing in numerical order at tne rate
of 35,000.00 on the first day of
Jnne in each of the years is 3 w to
1935. inclusive, said bonds. to bear
Interest at the rate of four and
one-halt (4 ) per cent per an-
SO WEAK SHE
Helped by LyEarE. Pmk
hunf Vegetable Compound
Gretna, La. "After my first child
was born I took Lydia . Pinkham'a
pound for a run
could not walk
csees xey room
at times, 1 was
te weak. A friend
induced sse. to
take; the Vege
Since that time
I have also taken
Lydia E. Pink
ham's Herb Med
ian and the Pills for Constipation,
and I have used Lydia. E. Pinkhanr'a
Sanative Wash I am a housekeeper
and I am still taking the Vegetable
Compound as a tonic to enable me to
do my work." Mas. E. F. Vickhab,
829 Hancock Street. Gretna. La.
Lydia Pinkham Vegetable
For Sale at
Nelson A Hut Drag Store
Corner Court ft Liberty, TeL T
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ulrich will
be hosts to the members of the
Leslie Methodist church Can-Do
class with a 6 o'clock picnic din
ner Wednesday evening. It will bfe
a "no-host" dinner and the mem
bers will furnish the hot dishes
and table service.
The committee in charge Is Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Ulrich, Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Roseman, and Mr. and Mrs.
G. O. Boyce.
Members pt the Eastern Star, so
cial club will meet for the last
meeting of the year at the Masonic
Temple Tuesday afternoon. There
will ,be a program; followed by a
tea. hour. v . V-
Mrs.J)avid Wright Is chairman
of the tea committee and rhelphLg
her are, Mrs. Mtltoa. Meyers. Mrs
Marv Curtis. Mrs. Harley White,
Mrs. Anna Nlsson, and Mrs. B. B.
,, ' a a
Word, has been reelved "of the
-marriage of James Rettle, and
Miss Lois Morris, in Fossil, Ore
gon, recently. Mrs. Rettle attend
ed Willamette university one year
and Mr. Rettie is a graduate, of
-the university. He has been en-
need in Y. M. C. A. work in the
II. Halve rson, "once prominent in
Salem business, was a Salem guest
-of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albert Sun
day. Mr. Halverson whose home
Is now In California Is Visiting his
daughter. Mrs., Paul Srot of Port
Mr. and. Mrs. Rich L. Reimann
Jr have been house guests-of Mr
- Reimann's parents, Mr.' and Mrs,
Rieh L. Reimann, Sr. They are now
" spending a few days in Portland
before leavinc for their home in
. a a
Mrs. Harry Rowe, and Miss
Kathryn Rowe returned from
Pcrtland where they spent several
days last week.. While there Mrs
O. K. Parker complimented Miss
Rowe with a dinner dance at her
home in Irvington.
Mrs. Jessie Bush, Mrs. Ethel
Poling Phelps, and Mrs. Ltla Lee
returned from Portland Saturday
where, they had been attending
the normal school session of the
Moore Fundamentals of music
Election of officers will be the
feature 'of the 6; 30 o'clock, din-
- ne. cieetinc of the Business and
'Professional Women's club Tues
day night, June 25. at the First
Presbyterian church. .-
'.Dr. Mary Purvine entertained
the out-going state officers of the
Business and Professional Wom
en's club at the Purvine beach cot
tage over the past week-end.
" The guest list Included Miss
Mvjzelle Hair of Eugene .retiring
president; Miss Cecelia Beyler,
Astoria, new state president; Miss
Leila Hay, president of Corvallis
club, and Miss Katherine Jones,
Corvallis; Miss . LaVerae-; Hard-
wicke, president . of- HcMinnvllle
club ; --JI rs. Christina L.inke, Mc
Minnville; 'Emma , Sammertteld,
Albanv: Oia Renaef. president oi
the Oregon C3tjr3 and. P'W. club;
Mrs.' May JTtyon, Rosea arg;- Alice
tracting Its share of enthusiasts.
"Those of the store staff motor
ing over were Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Chambers,' Mr. and Mrs. C. Eller
and famll-r.' Mr. and .Mrs. Loral
Hutchinson, Portland; Dr; Lncetta Warner, - Lawrence Heeman, Mr.
Smith, Roeebwrg; Miss Josephine and Mrs. R. Magee and family, Mr.
Shade, president ef the Salem club and Mrs.-George' Pe per and fam-
ana fljisr ntKU'rwTin- -uy, ana Mrs. t. Hansen, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Rue, Miss Helen Cur
No-Host Line Party lBoggus and daughter Margaret, I Mrs. Mark Skiff was - re-elected
w-m a tt llsari xvamaeyer, Air. anu jars. IjU-l occreiai j-if eouier
rareweil Arrair . ... . they nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Ce-
cn.-rrane.T Mrs. ceaton, Mr. and
Mrs. George Trott was hostess
for three tables of bridge Friday
afternoon at her home. Garden
flowers in large baskets and roses
formed an effective decorative
note about the guest rooms, and
a bowl of roses centered the tea
Honors were won by Mrs.
Lloyd Le Garie, Mrs. M. B. Wag
staff, and Miss Gertrude Savage.
Tea followed cards with Miss Ca
therine Beardsley assisting Mrs.
Trott in serving.
Guests were Mrs. Arthur
Moore, Mrs. Milton Meyers, Mrs.
M. B. WagstaTf, Mrs. Lloyd Le
Garie, Mrs. John Pollock, Mrs.
George Littlefield, Miss Gertrude
Savage, Mrs. Frank Breckenridge,
Mrs. Lawrence Cradlebaugh, Miss
Catherine Beardsley, and Mrs. J.
Jarman Beach Home
The lawn of the D. B. Jarman
beach home furnished the setting
for a happy picnic Sunday when
the members of the Penney store
staff and friends motored over to
Neskowin to enjoy a beach outing.
The occasion, was the annual pic
nic held each year by the. group,
and it was also 1a compliment to
C Eller and Mrs. Eller. Mr. Eller
leaves soon for Oak dale, Califor
nia, where he will have charge of j lunch was served at noon and fol-
one of the Penney stores. I lowing this there was a program
Following the picnic dinner, on I or snort talks and old time music.
the lawn games were enjoyed on The Huntley band and-William
the beach, cards were in play on McGllchrist, Sr., with his concer-
the lawn and. swimming was at- tina and songs, furnished the ftu-
20DQ DLO TIMERS
. The annual Old Timers' picnic
was enjoyed by more than 2000
people at the state fair grounds
. The morning was-, devoted to re
newing oia acquaintances and a
general get-together. A basket
sic. Mrs. Halite Parrish Hinges,
who was expected: to sing was un
able to do so because of threat!
. Short talks by Burt Brown Bar
ker, R..J. Hendricks, Judge L. H.
McMahan and1 Frank Davy were
enjoyed by the old timers- present.
; At the election or officers R. P.
Boise of Salem was. elected presi
dent to succeed is. M. crotsan.
tMembers of they;OTUgerxf61krMrs. Forgey,. Miss . Gladys Jones.
enjoyed a. "no-host'.' line party x. ana Mrs. js. u. jarman. Miss
SatnrdaT -afternoon-comnllmentlnxLVeta Lenoa, and Mr. and Mrs.
-w- - I .
given in her honor before her de-1 GraX CluD Has
panure ior inLccniinem.. . t- -m
Those making up the party were rveunion JVleetinfiT
Miss inciouiui, iis. nuiuiei
. Mr. and Mrs. O. ... P.. Thayer,
- '-: Harold 'Thayer, and. Mrs. Morris A
.--.-were guests. of Mr. and Mrs. D.'B.
Jarman at - . the Jarman - beach
home tat Neskowin Saturday ' and
Sunday.: - - . -.. '
Mr. and Mrs". Robert T. S peers
. are spending the week with their
daughter. M rs. Alfred . Ltahn - tn
I y Corvallis. , ,r':VC-r---;-r.-
- jr. .Mrfc) P. .Thayeihas'as her
house" guest' Mrs. Morris ' of Rock
HotfneU, Miss Gretchen Thlelsen, I
Miss Margaret Engel, Miss Mar
garet Corey,-Missr-Hazel Johnson,
Miss Margaret.' Sims. Miss Mar-
agrjet Bean, Miss Jeanne Lunsford,
Miss Margaret Brown, Miss Juan-
lta Powell and Miss Grace Hol
Willing -Workers ' class
First' Christian church, ple
at Hager's Grove.-
Social afternoon,- Eastern
Star social club,- Masonic
Naomi circle. First M. E.
church, 2:30 oclock, Mrs. W.
Pennington, 13 9 Center St.
Sons of '. Union Veterans,
fWomans. clubhouse, 8 oclock
' Business and Professional
Womens club,, election of of-.
fleers, 3:30 o'clock dinner,
First Presbyterian church.:
Joy Turner Moses advanced
students, piano and violin,
First Evangelical church.
Ladies General Aid, First
Mlzpah: class. Baptist Sun-
' '' Aa. .rhnnl Vm - Wnvt ' 7 1 f
N.' Winter street, S oclock. .
Woman's Missionary soci-
iIt. First VC R phnrph Vn
J. A. Remington, 213 C Che
; tnlcta trt a nVlfw-V
Leslitv Cah Do oclock pic-
Members' of "Grax" club, a Y.
W C. A. organisation, motored to
Hazel Green and' enjoyed a pot-
luck supepr. The members of the
club who have been away during
the winter months at various col
leges, and teaching, were wel
comed back by the resident members.
Those present were Mrs. Her
man Garrett, Mts. Conrad Beach,
and. the misses, Irene Breithaupt.
Mary Erickson. Pauline Welch,
Myrtle Smith. Evelyn Hebei,- Imo
gene Gardner, Rosalie Buren. Ir
ma Meeks, Loretta Varley, Mar
garet Leavenworth. Elaine Chap
in. Thelma Barnett, and Veiled a
Mrs. George J. Swift, wife of
Paufs Episcopal church, arrived in
Salem - Saturday - accompanied by
Alice; ' Eleanor, George Hubbard,
and Jean Claire Swift. Rev. Swift
arrived in Salem a week ago. Mrs.
Swift and Children had been' visit
ing her parents in Sutherlln.
Little four-year old David Smith
Jr.. eon. ot Mr. and Mrs. David
Smith," and -who - sings quite .tree
qnentlyover KGWi was a guest
soloist at the Elsinore, Saturday
and Sunday night and quite won
the heart of his audience. -
JERSEY CITY MAYOR HELD
: TRENTON, N. J. June 24
(AP- Mayor! Frank Hauge, of
Jersey City, rice chairman of the
national Democratic committee,
was arrested Monday on a war
rant charging contempt of the
legislature for refusing to answer
questions concerning the acquisi
tion of his reputed wealth.
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of fruits in diet. Fruits give needed
roughage, vitamins and beneficial
mineral salts. It is important for !
children and adults to eat one raw
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"The addition of sugar to' either
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