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'Dinner Dance Is
v A brilliant dinner dance enter
tained members of tne stall of
Ladd and Bush bank and addition
al gnests in the foyer of the bank
Thursday night. CoTera were plac
ed for over one hundred at tables
made beantifnlly attractive with
rare blossoms from the gardens of
Miss Sally Bush. The foyer of the
bank was also arranged here and
therein effective placs with large
baskets of gay bLossoms.
Daring the dinner hour an in
terestisg program of vocal solos
given by Mrs. Tom Galloway. Miss
-Nellie Schawb accompanied by
Mr. Chester Cox. and Mrs. Helen
Baylor accompanied by Miss Merle
cmiiii- m niana number by Miss
iih nurton: an aecordeon solo
w Ben Moorman, a voeal solo and
ukulele accompaniment by Master
Howard Conklin; quartette nam
bers bv the bank quartet, H. V
rnmntfln. Harry Holt. Lawrence
-uvm riirFred Kruse: and an
, s Olive M. Doak, Society Editor
Saturday I "'''"
"Open Garden" Miss Mabel Creighton, at Jonesmere
farm, 10 miles north of Salem, Wheatland Ferry-Waconda
cross road. Columbine especially on display. .
Dinner Party Is
9 Compliment to .
An attractive compliment to
Mrs. Warren Trnitt, of Moscow,
Idaho, and a house guest of Mrs.
A. N. Bosh was the dinner party
giTen by Miss Alice Brown at
the home of Mrs. Claudius Thayer
Delicate spring flowers from the
Bush gardens centered the dinner
table where covers were placed
for Mrs. Truitt. 'Miss Elizabeth
Lord, Miss Edith Schryrer. Mrs.
W. H. Burghardt. Miss Mabel Rob
ertson, Miss Beatrice Walton. Mrs.
B. O. Schucking, and Miss Brown.
Following the dinner . hour an
evening of conversation was en
The series of parties which have
been sponsored by the O. D. O.
club this season came to an end
with the affair given at the home
of Mrs. E. J. Anderson Thursday
afternoon. Final awards were
made for high score accumulated
through the series. Mrs. J. J.
By ROBERTA LEE
Q. After taking friends to the
theater, is it necessary to take
them to dinner?
A. No. ,
Q. What is a big help to a host
ess whn is serving without
a tea wagon, as this can.be
placed near her and can hold the
extra cups, silver, and anything
eise waicn would be in the way ofl
i!Q. Is It permissible for a worn
an to travel alone in Europe?
a. xes. as much so as In the
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i.i.w.h. iv ttv T R. Kav. In
formal talks were also made by! Q. D. O. Club Elids
Chester Cox, wunain win "
L. P. Aldrich.
Following the dinner hour and
program dancing was enjoyed. The
high school orchestra which bad
played for the dinner hour also
played for dancing. George H.
Riches, Earl Dane, Howard
Grimm, Lawrence Maves and War
ren Powers were in charge of the
Special guests for this delight
ful dinner dance were Mr. and
Mrs. T. B. Kay. Miss Sally Bush,
Mrs. Warren Truitt, of Moscow,
Idaho, Miss Alice Brown. Miss
Teresa Davis, Mr. and Mrs. David
Eyre, Miss Sally Lansing. Dr. G.
A. Downs, Miss Flavta Downs and
Stuart Bush. A. N. Bush came in
at a late honr.
High School Dance
Js Jolly Affair
On of the social events in
school circles this week was the
Junior-senior prom, given In com
pliment to the graduating class,
Friday nighrin Castilllan hall. It
was a semi-formal affair with
only juniors and sophomores ad
mitted. Attractive floral decora
tions added much to the beauty
of the evening and several feat
ures added much to the pleasure
of the merrymakers.
Those Invited to act as patrons
and patronesses were Governor
and Mrs. A. W. Norblad. Mayor
and Mrs. T. A. Livesley, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Olinger, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Nelson and Mrs. Hockett.
To Be Discussed
A anecial program Is being ar
ranged for the meeting of the pa
trons and all interested mentis oi
Leslie Junior high school for Mon
day night at 8 o'elock in the audi
torium of the high school.
At this time Mrs. Wlllam Kletx
erof Portland, vice president of
-the-Oreaon congress of Parents
and Teachers will speak on the
"Value of P. T.-A to the Parent
and to the Teacher." Mrs. W. J
Lintoot will be the soloist.
The real reason for the meet
ing; will be the discussion of or
ganizing a junior high school par
ent teachers' association and any
and all interested In this move
ment are urged to be present Mon
Mrs. John Canse attended the
Woman's Home missionary soci
ety .at Oregon City Thursday,
Mrs. Canse is corresponding see.
retary of the conference. She was
--accompanied by Mrs. E. C. Miller
who Is junior secretary of chil
dren's work for the , state of Ore
gon,, and Mrs. Tarns.
lent ; ,
-By ANNE ADAMS
Isn't this an adorable frock for
little miss? The tiny paffed
sleeves, the daintyruffing around
neck and bottom of skirt, and the
belt sash are features most be
coming to youthful figures. There
are bloomers, toe, for the' younger
Pattern 1871 Is darting made of
voile, georgette, organdie, lawn,
batiste, crepe de chine, s dimity.
etc. In white it would be adorable
for graduation or confirmation.
For a best dress, the pastel shades
May be obtained only in sizes 4,
C. 8. and 10. Sizes 8 requires 3 1
8 yards of 3C inch material.
No dressmaking experience is
necessary to make this model with
our pattern. Yardage for every
size, and simple, exact instruc
tions are given.
Send fiftaea mti ia eaiaa car
tally vrspptd. r stanpa, for tack
ptum. Ba tar t writ plainly
yoar aaac. addreu, ttyla timber
n4 lix. wanted.
Onr pattern bok of aaw. spring,
aaa tamacr it?la it. fUteaa
cats aea eraare "with a pat
Urn, - Aoarcw all mail and ar
der to Stataua Pattern depart-'
men. 243 West I7ta atreet, Kav
Karst and Mrs. C. A. Johnson were
the high score winners.' , -
At the election of officers held
at this meeting. Mrs. J. J. Karst
was named to act as. president of
the crab for next year. She suc
ceeds Mrs. C. A. Johnson.
Thursday, evening the clnb mem
bers entertained for their ; hus
bands and for three special gnests,
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Darby and Mrs.
These two meetings Thursday
will concluded the clnb meetings
for this season. This fall, activi
ties will again be resumed.
The : last programs were spon
sored by the institutions depart
ment of the Salem Woman's clnb
nnder the direction of Mrs. 8. M.
Endicott. chairman, during the
Oregon Federation of Woman's
clubs convention held In Salem
this past week.
Mrs. Tom Wolgamott gave the!
last of these .programs at the boys j
industrial school Tuesday eve-;
ning. Miss Echo Balderree accom
panied the work presented' which
was a gymnasium demonstration,;
with about in the -performing
Tours of . all the state Institu
tions were sponsored for the visit
ing delegates to- the federation by
the institutions department. An
interesting program was present
ed to about 100 of these folk when
a visit was paid to the school for
the deaf. A second interesting pro
gram was given -by the students
in the school tor -the blind for vis
iting delegates to the federation.
Mrs E. C. Miller
Mrs, E. C Miller will entertain
members of the cradle roll, the
beginners, the primary- depart
ment and the juniors of the First
Methodist, church, today between
the hours of 2 and S o'clock In
the church parlors. . Mothers of
the children are Invited to ' be
present and altogether It is ex
pected that at least 100" folk wUI
attend the party.
Games, songs and stories will
be enjoyed by the children. Spring
flowers in abundance will decor
ate . tne guest rooms and crepe
paper favors will be given t each
Tne committee assisting with
the- refreshments which will be
served at a late hour are' Mrs.
Nellie Rahe. Miss Sutherland.
Mrs. Kumler, and Miss Ethel
Club Elects Officers
' Tne Liberty Women's elub met
Thursday at the -home of Mrs,
William Zosel for a potluek din
ner. At the afternoon business
meeting the, . .following officers
were elected for the ensuing. year:
Mrs. ai Brown, president: Mrs.
Olden, vice president; Mrs. W. W.
Westenhouse, secretary treasurer.
An interesting program consist
ing of a reading by Mrs. W. J.
Fair and a skit entitled "Making ;
a Home" which was written by !
Mrs. Al Brown, was cleverly put ;
on by Mrs. B. Cunningham and ;
Mrs. W. R. Dallas.
AUBURN The Auburn WonH
aa's club met at the, home of Mrs.
Ben H. Hawkins, Thursday. After
a short business session, an en
joyable program was given. Miss
Irma Keener or Salem, a pupil of
Mrs. Bertha. Junk Darby, present
ed several delightful solts, which
were much appreciated Miss Kath
leen Lindbeck, also gave a piano
solo, Mrs. Kawkins and daughter
Susanna gave a piano duet.
After the program a luncheon
was served by the hostess. Those
present were Mrs. W. H. Faxon.
Mrs. Glenn Faxon, Mrs. A. L.
Lindbeck and daughter, Kathleen,
Mrs. Leo Sutter, Mrs. ' George
Baumgartner, Mrs. T. C. Morgan,
Mrs. M. B. Robinson, and the
Mrs. Mary A. Gosser was host
ess to members of the Ladles -of
the Grand Army of the Republic
Thursday afternoon. A patriotic
decorative note was used wifh red,
rw u.i7 mua ui iiw wv, i
the idea. After, an informal aft
ernoon of conversation, a program:
given by Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs.
Wells,: Mrs. Smaller and Mrs. San
ders, tea was served by this host
Mrs John Noud
' An attractive affair of the
many which are being given for
Mrs. John Noud of Medford, a
house . guest of Mrs; Philip Jas
koski, -was the i bridge after
noon at the home of Mrs. Frank
Jaskoski. Thursday. Columbine
In pastel -shades Combined with
maiden hair fern; made dainty
floral decorations; for the guest
rooms. At the place of each guest
at the card tables attractive cor
sages were arranged.
Those asked by Mrs. Philip
Jaskoski and Mrs.; Frank Jasko
ski to meet Mrs. Noud were Mrs.
S. Breitensteln, Mrs. John Nath
man, Mrs. : Henry ; Hartman, Mrs.
Eugene Eckerlen. Sr., Mrs. J. Na
tion, Mrs. Frank Aldrich, Mrs.
Lawrence Bach, Mrs. Scott Page,
Mrs. M.. J. PetxeL; Mrs. Theodore
Mrs. Noud was ; presented with
the guest prize and Mrs. S. Breit
ensteln and Mrs. Lawrence Bach
won high score's.
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Club Plans Picnic -
BAD IVJI UIIDOIIE
ILLINOIS RIVALS HEARD AT SEN ATE INQUIRY
Waconda Mrs. Julian De Jar-
din entertained in compliment to
members of the Waconda Com
munity club at her home in Hop-
mere Tuesday afternoon. A Prt
of the group was occupied with
quilting while others were busy
with fancy work and sewing.
Mr. Ray Barker : and Mrs. Ro
bert Frpmm assisted the hostess
at the tea hour.
Special guests for the afternoon
were, Mrs. Buehaasn. of Hopmere
and Miss Kelly of Tacoma.
Club members present were
Mesdame A. L. iLamb, Richard
Patterson. Carl Brown, Perle Pat
terson, George Lemery, Van 0.
KeUy, Larkins, Hi ;C Stafford.
During the business . meeting
the assistant buyer, Mrs. H. C.
Stafford, was Instructed to buy
materials which will be used in
making articles to sell at the ba
zaar to be held in Salem this falL
The entertainment committee
for. the picnic to be held at Wood
land Park Sunday, June 1. has re
quested that one member of each
family contribute something for
the program.' Fern Runcorn, Ray
Barker, Frank Felton, Ed Sharif,
A. W. Nusom Robert Fromm,
Lafe Townsend, Allyn NuBom.
and Miss H. Skelton and the
hostess, Mrs. Julian DeJardin.
The last meeting of the year;
will be in two weeks at the home
of Miss Hattie Skelton. There
will be a potluek. luncheon.
Mrs. AceTEoff Will
Mrs Acel Eoff will entertain
members of her club and one ad
ditional club at the Hubbard Min
eral Springs today; .with a one
o'clock luncheon to be followed
4 Those who will be entertained
fare Mra - Wtlnli f1r anjua1
guest, Mrs. Richitd Slater, Mrs.
Gus Hixon, Mrs, Breyman Boise,
Mrs. Lewis Griffith, Mrs. P. D.
Quisen berry, Mra Frederick Deck-
ebach and Mrs. Eoff.
a ; a
Jefferson-r-The , Eastern Star
Lodge held Its regular meeting on
Tuesday In the lodge rooms of the
Masonic hall. -
Twenty members of Marguerite
Chapter from Lebanon were pres
ent and Invited to -put on the ini
tiatory work during which CLandi-
Roiaad of Marlon was taken
Into the order. - .
A short program; of several mu
sical numbers and readings fol
lowed. Bouquets of; snow balls and
peonies were attractively arranged
about the lodge room, and baskets
ot flowers decorated: the tables.
During the-business session the
Eastern Star planned to have a
joint picnic with the "Masons' to
be held June 1, at Green's bridge.
After a social hour,' refreshments
were served in the dining room to
a a ; a
Turner Mrs. C A. Bear en
tertained Wednesday . afternoon
for the regular monthly . meeting
of the local W. Oi T. U. After a
short business period, the dele
gates who attended the recent
county convention in Salem ave
their reports. An interesting pro
gram with discussion In which all
took part was given, after which
refreshments were served. Mrs.
Bear was assisted by Mrs. Agnes
Bear. v ;
Word has been received in Sa
lem of the death jot Mrs. B.: JV
Daniel, well known here as Miss
Ida Marshall, formerly, a teacher
In the Salem senior; high school, at
her. home in Glendale, California.
Mrs. Daniel had been III about six
RAT, ArlaV May If (AP)
The modern weapons of warfare
against criminals today became
the ; undoing of a mining prospec
tor "from all along the Colorado'
river, who . knew only the two
gun ways ot the west.. Edward
Mitchell, who battled sheriffs de
puties in the rifle end pistol style
ot the days that, are. past, sur
rendered to the fumes of tear gas.
The black bearded giant, a
Btranger. tonight was In T.he Ray
jan. His late model rifle, pistol
and a stack of ammunition, had
held two score rifle shooting de
puties at safe distance for 24
hours. Mitchell and his guns 'capi
tulated to the choking barrage of
gas, which sent him from his stone
walled cabin for trees.
Mitchell is charged- with steal
ing cattle from the Parks ranch
on which he had found a haven
from his wanderings in an aban-
er accused him of killing the cat-
doned miner a nut. .Tne rancn own
tie and selling meat to nearby road
builders. Several hundred pounds
of jerked beef were found stored
in his stone cabin.
Sheriff C E. Gilmer, who. head
ed the posse of riflemen, said
Mitchell would be charged also
with resisting arrest and shooting
at officers. Under Arizona laws
he may be sentenced to prison for
20 years for cattle stealing.
Shot for shot was exchanged
yesterday after Mitchell, firing
from the windows of his bullet
proof cabin, answered with bullets
the demand that he surrender to
the theft warrant. .
ROYAL HUNTER IN AIR
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A splendid picture showing the t speed his trip to England. The
Prince of Wales, tanned. by the
African sun and looking the
epitome of health as he boards,
airplane at Marseilles to
popular Prince is returning
from an extended big game
bunting trip in Africa
Prise , winners in the Amerteani
Legion auxiliary, , poppy
contest were announced here Fn
day by C. A. Howard, stats super
intendent of pnblle instruction
John Blew ot Grant nigh.
.-vi tMHianA V'nn first" plaee
t. . hfrh acbool division. ZellA ,
Halsey. Conrallis high school, was
second, and Dale Randle, Medford
high school, third.
First place in the Intermediate
grades was won by Emma Coe of
Imbler. Clydle' Martth; Newport,
was second, and" Lawwnce Kel
logg. Jackson -elementary school,
The poppy contest was open to
all students from the fourth to
12th grades. A prise of $5 was
received by the students placing
first. More than 150 posters, re
presenting 45 schools, were sub
mitted. The judges were Monroe Gil
bert. Myrtle Gilbert, and C. A
Howard, all ot galem.
OHIO AIR DEATH RATE LOW
COLUMBUS, O. CAP) Fatal
ities in Ohio aviation during 1929
averaged one death to each 12,-
WEST SALEM. May 1 The
community clnb program for
Monday night win Include num
bers by a .West Salem quartet
composed of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Ferguson, Mrs. Jewell Brlnkley
and Mr. Fisher. Miss Claudine
Gerth will play some violin selec
tions. There will be a district
declamatory contest participated
in by winners of local contest
from Mountain View, Popcorn,
Brush College, Spring Valley, Ze
na, Eola and West Salem. The
winners of the contest at the last
community club meeting will be
participators in this one. Those
taking part from West Salem will
be, Muriel. Kaster, Naomi Alsop
and Inez Maerz. Everyone is
cordially invited to attend and
bring his friends.
Girls Careful In Traffic
CHICAGO (AP) Studies
show that girls between the ages
of 10 and 15 years are so careful
that they are almost immune from
traffic accidents, declared the Chi
cago motor club.
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V . Tnnil ii i i " al - . . . . a
Senator Charles S. Deneen. a I kTZr.. 1
eessful and defeated Republics UcClttgZiZ
J??" ntiTely in the I were $252,572 which she snent
auinoia senatertai pjrimarieev ex- I from her ewn mm. , vr. a.
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Senator -Nre. Senator
DBV Mrs. Bata Banna If e
Cormlck and Senator. Charles S. '
Orifintton of Lw Prices
151 SUU Sly
What We Say
about our meats may sell you the first time. But its
your experience with them that will make your a regular
customer. Retail quantities at wholesale prices.
FOR SATURDAY WE OFFER
A delicious meat from quality calves
- Milk Fed
Breasts of Veal
lb bake or fricassee
"NUT SWEET" Sliced Bacon per lb, 30c
The bacon that is winning1 Salem
Sure to please
Former Salem -
. Man Injured in:
Salem that Jame B.Chenowth,
former resident -here, .was quite
seriously injured, in an auto acci
dent in liOa Angeles, on April 14.
THecar In wMctu ; Chenowl
was riding was side-swiped by an
other ear and it. tipped over. Mrs.
Ethel Foger'- and " Orrln Smith;
other occupants of the car, were
somewhat Injured . . .. v :
Chenowth received: a bad -cut on
his head, necessitating 14 stitches
being taken at i hospital. v -.y
-Asnne ofthe-policyholdere et
the North: American -Aeeident tn-
aa ranee "eAmnf hV f aknu tiftrlrlAa1
In Salem hre issued by The States-!
man,, Chenowth rfceljfes- hospital
iees ana - a-weekly ataaatuty lee..
His tamllv Is livinr at the urea-;
eat.iimeat f0jn;rtirthlJ,ia; j
S lbs. 25
Limit with meat purchase
For frying or seasoning
Track JHre Ea-porta Rise h
" WASHJNGTON-t-(AP) W h 1 le
exports of automobile tires; are
Ugging. the United SUtesIs send-'
Ing abroad . target Quantities of
truck and has casing than ft did-
a year age. ? " - . iv'Jirf
Yoiin Hens, Spring Fryers and Rabbits
Eemember our poultry ia;sold and weighted AFTER
. ' " - they ar -completely drawn and dressed
THe State Dairy, arid Food Commissioitllows us to use
the word "Ground Beef instead 4f 'Hamburger'-' which
r: V" . . ? is i general Jerm r . ;
" . - - . Useless to Pay Mor-Bisky-tft Pay. iss
Sugar. Cured r i r;-
-,J . - .a.. i
C jlome Rendered '
Bacon Squares ;
-.:Out of consideration tvf our empfoyes w jefee
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