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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, Jnne 20, 1930
Society News and Club Affairs
Oixve M. Doak, Society Editor
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cummings
celebrated their silver wedding
. with a charming mock wedding at
their home Saturday evening re
newing the vow plighted at Shaw,
Oregon. 25 years ago. The house
' was decorated in great baskets of
rhododendrons and smaller ar
rangements of sweet peas.
Hete a second ceremony, a re
newal of the vows of 25 years ago
were made. Mrs. R. W. Simeral
of St. Helens sang "When Song is
Sweet" accompanied by Eugenia
8eigmund. Mrs. Simeral sang this
ong at the marriage of Mr. and
The bridesmaid and best man of
25 years ago were bridesmaid and
best man Saturday night, Mrs. W.
I. Needham and W. W. Chadwick.
Rev. Gardner performed read the
renewal of the marriage vows.
Mrs. Cummings wore an apri
cot erepe georgette and carried a
shower bouquet of rose buds and
sweet peas, and Mrs. Needham
was gowned in a flowered crepe.
Following the ceremony, the
guests, about 115, retired to the
lawn of the Cummings home
where a reception and refresh
ments were served. Tables were
attractively arranged about the
lawn, the center one of which
bore the wedding cake trimmed
i silver and flanked by tapers
and cream colored roses.
Mrs. William Yarnell and Mrs.
Damon Fleener poured; Mrs.
Clifford Taylor cut ices; Miss
Dora Mae Laugblln presided at
the punch bowl. Assisting in serv
ing were Miss Evelyn Cummings,
Miss Gwendolyn Hubbard, Miss
Adeline Seymore, Miss -Eleanor
Chadwick, Miss Elsie Bates, Miss
"Wilda Fleenor, Mrs. Marie Rob
ertson. Mrs. Dorothy Perrln.
Many of the guests present Sat
urday night were present at the
wedding 25 years ago. A large
number of beautiful gifts were
presented the honor guests.
Guests were, present in addition
to those from Salem, from Port
land, Los Angeles, St. Helens, As
toria, Milwaukee, and Shaw. Mrs.
C. L. McCallister of Shaw, moth
er of Mrs. Cummings and Mrs. W.
Ll Cummings, mother of Mr. Cum
mings were both present.
. The evening was concluded
with singing old fashioned songs.
Chapter G, P. E. O.
Has Last Meeting
The last meeting of the season
for Chapter G of the P. E. O.
sisterhood, met at the home of
Mrs. C. A. Sprague Thursday af
ternoon. The next meeting will be
he!d in September.
Contrary to plans which had
been made the luncheon which
was to have been at the home of
Mrs. F. E. Churchill was not ob
served. m A simple business meet
in and a brief afternoon conclud
ed the year's activities.
Mrs. James EL Foster
Will Be Hostess
The members of'the Missionary
society of the First Baptist church
announce that the picnic dinner
planned but postponed for some
time will be given today at the
home of Mrs. James E. Foster.
Cars will meet at the church at
11:30 to take the members to the
home of Mrs. Foster. Dinner will
be served, potlnck picnic style, at
Friday, June to
South Division. First Presbyterian church, Mn.
C. A. Lytle, River Road, 1 o'clock potluck luncheon.
First Baptist church missionary society, Mrs. James
E. Foster, picnic lunch 12:30 o'clock; cars leave church
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary of D. S. V. B., Mrs. Helen
Paget, social afternoon.
Woman's Missionary society. Calvary Baptist
church, with Mrs. S. Willis, Hayesville, 3 o'clock; basket
dinner, 6:30 o'clock with men of church invited.
" Mrs. V. F. Cochran was hostess
recently to members of the Will
ing Workers' class of the First
Christian church. A "happy social
afternoon was spent and at a late
hour Mrs. Cochran served tea as
sisted by Mrs. Ferrol Gibson, Mrs.
Pay Humphreys, Mrs. Rosa Cole
and Mrs. Mabel Gardner. Guests
lor this afternoon were Mrs.
Thomas Dark, Mrs. E. J. Reasor,
Mrs. C. F. Reilly, Mrs. Fay Sher
man, Mrs. Lenna G. Demarest,
Mrs. Dorothy McDowell. Mrs. Ai
ken Cox. Mrs. E. W. Cooley, Mrs.
D. B. Simpson, Mrs. D. A. Scho
maker, Mrs D. J. Howe. Mrs. J.
D. Sears. Mrs. H. P. Barnnm. Mrs.
Lovetta May, Mrs. K. Smith. Mrs.
Mary Lou Dunn. Mrs. J. C. Turn
er. Mrs. L. Armpriest, Mrs. C. R.
Prltcbard. Mrs. C. J. Emerick, Mrs.
Irene Wirt, Mrs. C. E. Raven, Mrs.
Bert W. Maey and the hostess and
A delightful Informal bouffet
sapper party will be given Sat
urday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fritz Slade. with Mrs,
Slade and Mrs. Dan Fry. Jr.. act
ing as hostesses in compliment to
Miss Dorothy Livesley and her
nance. Conrad Paulus. and Cant
and Mrs. E. C. Flegal, who are
risking at the home of Dr. and
'Mrs. R. E. Lee Sterner. Only the
Intimate friends . of the honor
guests are being invited for this
ery informal evening.
Polk County Rural
The meeting of the Polk coun
ty rural women's elubg held in
Rlckreall Tuesday was one of the
most successful events of its
kind. Sixteen clubs of the county
were present with a representa
tion of about 70 women.
It began with a president's ex
ecutive meeting presided over by
Mrs. Frank Fawk, president at
12 o'clock followed by a basket
dinner at one o'clock. After the
dinner hour an excellent program
Mrs. Mary Fulkerson. county
school superintendent of Marion
county, spoke concerning her re
cent trip through the east, and
gave especial attention to the
work of health done in the east
ern schools with especial refer
ence to New Orleans and Boston.
Mrs. Fulkerson told her listeners
that Marion and Polk county
schools would not compare favor
ably with the eastern schools in
William McGilchrist spoke in
terestingly on "music in Scot
land" and later gave some splen
did examples of this music on an
Other numbers given were
quartet selections by Billy Utley,
soloist, and Corydon Blodgett
whistler, both of Brush College,
and Hilda and Frank Crawford
also gave a duet of steel guitar
and banjo numbers.
Mrs. Frank Fawk announced
that with the consent of the Dal
las women, the all day institute
meeting of the fall would be held
in Dallas in October, the date to
be announced later.
Committees named by Mrs.
Fawk, were committee on regis
tration for fall institute: Mrs. W.
E. Knower, Salem, Mrs. W. C.
Lewis, Rlckreall; program, Mrs.
A. R. Ewing, Brush College, Mrs.
L. G. Miller, Oakdale. Mrs. Elmer
Cook, West Salem; executive
committee, Mrs. Frank Fawk,
Rickreall, Mrs. L. G. Plummer,
Dallas, and Mrs. W. E. Knower,
Salem, who would act with all the
other committee members to make
up the executive committee.
Mrs. Knight Pearcy
Mrs. Knight Pearcy was host
ess to members of her club for
an informal social afternoon at
her home Thursday afternoon. At
the tea hour Mrs. Pearcy was as
sisted by Mrs. A. J. Wheaton.
Mrs. Tucker of Portland and
Mrs. Thomas were special guests.
Club members present were Mrs.
A. J. Wheaton, Mrs. Ralph Allen.
Mrs. Edgar Rowland, Mrs. Grant
Fallin. Mrs. Ed Donnelly, Mrs. H.
R. White, Mrs. Ted Brown, Mrs.
William Yarnell. and Mrs. Pearcy.
Keizer Mrs. Ben Claggett. the
director of the Keizer girls 4-H
sewing club entertained the girls
and their mothers recently at her
home in east Keizer.
Present were Mrs. Howard
Bliven, Mrs. Ray Betzer, Mrs. R.
B. McClay, Mrs. Joe Bartruff, Mrs.
Roy Melson, Mrs. Ackman, Miss
Ruth Rulifson, Blanche Betzer,
Dessie McClay, Ruth Melsoft, Dor
othy Rulifson, Alice Sugai, Lor-
etta Blivens, Usona Claggett,
Dainty refreshments were serv
ed after a social time.
The Housewife's Idea Box
By ANNE ADAMS
The lines of the latest summer
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too, in case you lfke them, but
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Mr. and Mrs. George Alden
have as their bouse guest their
daughter. Mrs. W. II. Abel, nee
Margaret Alden, of Beverly Hills,
California. Mrs. Abel expects to
be here until the middle of July.
Will Marry This
A edding of outstanding Inter
est w(ll be that of Miss Margaret
Breitenstein, daughter of Mrs. S.
Breitenstein, to Dr. Venn C. Mil
ler, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Miller,
of Eugene, at a late hour this aft
ernoon at the Breitenstein home.
Rev. Father R. J. Buck will read
the simple ceremony. ! .
Miss Breitenstein will be at
tended by her sister. Miss Helen
Breitenstein, and the best man
will be Urlin Page. Only immediate
members of the families will be
present and the whole wedding t
will be very quiet.
Immediately after the ceremony
the young people wili leave for
a short wedding trip and then
will be in Salem again before
leaving for San Francisco where
they will make their Some. Dr.
Miller will receive the .commission
of first lieutenant in the medical
corps of the United States army
July 1, and will be stationed at
Letterman General hospital in San
Miss Breitenstein has been a
popular member of the younger
circles of Salem society. Dr. Miller
has just finished his. medical
training in the University of Ore
gon medical school where he was
a member of the Sigma Nu medi
Miss Genevieve Th'ayer enter
tained with a 6:30 o'clock dinner
party in compliment to Miss Jos
ephine Albert and Wendell Robin
son, the-two winners in the At
water Kent contest, at the home
of Mrs. Claudius Thayer, Wed
nesday evening. A delightfully art
istic color scheme of yellow roses,
yeilowtapers, and deep cream vases
madea charming background for
the dinner party.
Covers were placed for Miss
Josephine Albert, Wendell Robin
son, the honor guests,; Miss Alice
Brown, Miss Louise Ffndley, Miss
Genevieve Thayer, Barney Camer
on, Eric Anderson, Bruce Spauld
ing. A theatre party, followed by
music at the Thayer ; home con
cluded a,, happy evening.
Leslie Can-Do Class
The Can Do class of the Leslie
Methodist church will be enter
tained at Calico Kensington party
at the home of Mrs. S. M. Laws on
Fairview street, Wednesday af
ternoon, June 25, between the
hours of 2 and 5 o'clock.
Guests will be fined for failing
to be dressed in cotton materials,
as well as fined for not bringing
needle work or for not convers
ing. Hostesses for this unique party
are Mrs. E. D. Roseman, Mrs. C.
M. Wills, and Mrs. S.:M. Laws.
Silverton. Silverton relatives
and friends have received word of
the marriage of Miss Marie Deo
data White, the daughter of the
Rev. A. O. White, former pastor
of Trinity church here, to Clar
ence O. Heidal. The wedding took
place at the White home at Mani
towac, Wisconsin, on; June 4.
After September 1 theyoung peo
ple will be at home at Rapidan,
Minnesota, where Mr.? Heidal Is
teaching and where Mrs. Heidal
taught in the high school during
the past year.
Mrs. Heidal was born at Silver
ton and attended school here un
til her father received a call in
Wisconsin. A year ago she was
graduated from St. Olaf's college
at Northfield. Minn.
West Salem. A marriage
which came as a surprise to their
friends was that of Vance Rich
ardson of Rosemont avenue. West
Salem, and Agnes Moore of Salem,
Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Richardson are making their
home on Rosemont avenue. A
wedding dinner was I celebrated
Sunday at their home in compli
ment to the event.
HONOR STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY
Silverton. Mrs. T. P. Heiden
strom was nominated for presi
dent of the Silverton auxiliary of
the American Legion at its June
meeting held this week. Other
officers nominated were Mrs. A.
J. Bennett, vice president: Mrs.
Ernest Starr, secretary; Mrs. Del
Barber, treasurer; Mrs. C. A.
Towe. chairman of the executive
committee. Mrs. Towe is now
president of the auxiliary.
The auxiliary presented Mrs.
Fred Reeves with a purse, of mon
ey with which she might purchase
a memento while she is in France.
Mrs. Reeves leaves on July 2 with
other war mothers for a visit to
France. It is for her son. Del
bert Reeves, that the Delbert
Reeves Post of the American Le
gion at Silverton was named. Del
bert was killed in action during
the World war.
Following the business meeting'
the auxiliary and Legion post en
joyed dancing. At the close of
the evening the Legionnaires
served strawberry shortcake.
For Class of 25
For the first time since the day
of graduation members of the
class of 1925 of Willamette uni
versity met Sunday for a reunion
luncheon at the Argola at 1:00
o'clock. Officers were elected to
serve until the date of the next
meeting in 1935. George. R. K.
Moorehead vas elected president,
and Frances Hodge, vice president.
Class mfribers present for this
meeting wc e Mr. and Mrs. Merle
nonney, Monmouth; Miss Laura
Best, Los Angeles; Mrs. Jack
Hansen, Woodburn; Rawson Cha-
pin, Salem; Miss Elaine Clowe,
Silverton; Miss 'Kathryn Crozer,
Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Dixon. Al
bany; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Ham
mond, Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hock-
ett, Miss Frances Hodge, Miss
Mary Keefer, Miss Beryl Marsters.
Mr. and Mrs. George R. K. Moore
head, Mr. and Mrs. George Rhoten,
Miss Fay Sparks, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Thomas. Mr. and Mrs.
James Cleary. Mr. and Mrs. Au
brey Fletcher, all of Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Swan of New
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Notson,
Portland: Dr. and Mrs. Jack Vin
son, Portland; Miss Caroline Tall
man, Gresham; Miss Verna Mc
Keehan, Los Angeles.
Phyllis Van Kimmel
Miss Phyllis Van Kimmel, re
cently elected president of the
Mortar Board, senior woman's
honorary organization of the Uni
versity of Oregon, was also elect
ed delegate to the national con
vention of the Mortar Board which
Is being held in Madison, Wiscon
sin, this coming week.
Miss Van Kimmel left Thursday
for the east. When she returns she
will visit in Chicago, Missoula and
Gervals The story of the lives
of the people of Cuba, Haiti, Ab
yssinia and other small countries
was read from the book, "Trailing
the Oonquistadores," at the all
day meeting of the Presbyterian
Women's Missionary society Wed
nesday. Lunch was enjoyed in the
social room at noon by about 30
guests. Mrs. A. B. Minaker led
the devotional service. The pres
ident, Mrs. Scott Jones, presided
at the business session. "
Mrs. J. S. Harper read a letter
from the pastor, Rev. H. L. Graf
ious, who is in Cincinnati where
he went as delegate to the Gen
eral assembly of the church. Mr.
Grafious stated that the older
son, Louis, was taken 111 soon af
ter their arrival and that he had
been in a hospital for some time.
He also said that they had given
up their trip to Washington, D. C.
and other points, and that he did
not know if they would be able
to return home at the scheduled
Members who answered roll
call were Mrs. John, Mrs. Irve and
Mrs. Ross Cutsforth; Mrs. B. and
Mrs. H. Jelderks; Mrs. J. S. and
Mrs. Robert Harper; Mrs. Sleg
mund, Mrs. Sawyer, Mrs. Marsh
all, Mrs. Moisan, Mrs. Stevens,
Mrs. Wynn, Mrs. Booster, Mrs.
Manning, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Du
Rette, Mrs. Ditmar, Mrs. Allsup.
Mrs. Wadsworth, Mrs. Minaker,
Mrs. McAdoo. Mrs. L. D. Mars of
Salem and Mrs. A. B. Adkisson
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i:?tnethod lor a change. ' ' ' '
- THE HOUSEWIFE. .
Hera sure mmo of tew boas rtwteits gndssUiaa; tram the Uatetmitr of Oregoa this. year. Left t
right are Naenai Holuaaa, Portiaai; WBrei Biewa, Csunaa Valley; La. Waada Fwisssea, Fortfasti; Wenv
dell Smith, Klamath fnUs; Deaaer Petmstma. Portland, and Baipsi MUhskav Gates. Fw ether SMft fta the
ptetare are Jattaa Smitfe, Fortfead; IMea Bmdvmy, Eegene; Otaee CaldwelL rriswrlDe, and BeStt Jayae
Engese. BHas Pealaaea was eteeaa by the keecn eeaeefl of the TJnlveiaity as the eatsUsxdkm? tranera
student and frtener at tie 25 Phi Beta Kappa prize erred hr fiielkar W. Umfaa-ae C Fertfamad.
QUIRK OF LAW HITS SUIT
IN INDIA RIOTS
Adeptness at Timing Blast
Is Demonstrated by
A queer quirk of California law, alleges that Davis, who was sent
kf.L .J - - XI A I . . SI124. T" VT V 1-
which provides that a man
"legally dead" can't be forced
to pay damages, may save the
bankroll of Charles T. Davis,
New York's "millionaire con
vict" from the $200,000 raid
threatened by pretty Cano
Morris, dancer. Miss Morris
to Clinton Prison, New York,
charged with slaying a police
man, Induced her to live as his
wife on his Tujunga estate. Mrs.
Davis is at present in Reno where
she is reported seeking a divorce
from the millionaire.
By ROBERTA LEE
Gervals Members of the De
Jar din family held a reunion at
the Julian DeJardin home at Hop
mere Sunday, the occasion .being
the birthdays of Julian DeJardin,
Julia Brassell, and Chester Sund
berg. A picnic dinner was served
on the. lawn, and games In the af
ternoon made a happy time.
Those' present for this reunion
were Mrs. Joe Vanderbeck and
family" of W$st .'Woodburn, Mr.'
and .Mrs. Gabe DeJardin, and Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Suhberg of .Sa
lem; Mrs. William Brasselr. and
daughter of .Wvodbunu- Mr. and
Mrs. B. DeJardin, MLr. and Mrs, A.
DeJardin " and Jamily, Mr. and
Mrs. I. V. Keppinger, Mr., ind
Mrs. Peter Lelack and family Of
Silverton Mrs. Martin Hatte
berg was hostess to Trinity Mis
sion circle at her home, on Mill
street Wednesday afternoon. The
time was spent in sewing for
charitable purposes. At the close
of the afternoon . lunch was
, Those present Included Mrs. C.
Ennevoldsean, Mrs. E. Holden,
Mrs.- Oscar Saterh, Mrs. Marie Go
plerud, Mrs. Anna Strand, Mrs. O.
Ormbrek, Mrs H. L. Poss, Mr.
Elmer Olsen, Mrs. L. G. McDon
ald, - Mrs. Adolph Haugen,' Mrs.
Hans Jensen. Mrs. Ole ' Satern.
TMrarO. J. Moe, Mrs. F. -Munson;
Mrs. . Earl Adams, Mrs. O. 8.
Haage, Mrs. C. L Benson, Mrs.
Victor Madsen, Mrs. J.- C. Larson,
Mrs. P. N. Jacobsen. Mrs. Samuel
Torvend. Mrs. Ole Hatteberg and
Mrs. Clara Baltimore., .
L - ".-. .
Dr. and Mrs.' R. E. Lee Stelner
have as their house guest, Capt.
and Mrs. Earl Flegal and two
sons -who are here from-the east
for an extended visit. Mrs: Flegal
was Miss Barbara Steiner before
her marriage. "
Q. At the wedding ceremony,
when the bride is having the ring
placed on her finger, what does
she do with her flowers?
A. The maid of honor takes the
bridal bouquet from her.
Q. Is it obligatory to send gifts
upon receiving the announcement
of a birth?
Q. What are three features on
which the successful dinner party
A. Food, conversation, and at
Miss Marjorie Kadow, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Kadow of West River road, was
married to Harold L. Woodruff,
son of Mrs. Frances Woodruff, of
Vancouver, Washington, Jnne 7,
at high noon on the lawn of the
home of the bride's parents. Rev.
Paul Roeder, of Dufur, Oregon,
and schoolmate of the bride, read
the marriage ceremony. Attlee
Woodruff, brother of the groom
was best man. The bride was at
tended by Mrs. Homer Sibley of
Portland, matron of honor. Miss
Pauline Miller, of Dallas and Miss
Oma Emmons of Jefferson as
bridesmaids, both classmates of
the bride in Willamette univer
sity. Mrs. Woodruff will be re
membered by many folk in Salem
where she graduated from Will
Silverton. Mrs. Gertrude L.
Cameron entertained her younger
group of students at a picnic in
the city park at Silverton Thurs
day, afternoon. She was assisted
by some of the mothers of the
The group consisted of the fol
lowing children: Janet Comstock,
Lois Gay, Jean Thomison, Louise
Specht, Oscar Specht, Barbara
Jean Palmer, Mable Longsdorf,
Ellen Lerfald, Harland Anderson,
Florence Jacobsen, Mary Jane
Nofsker, June Bowman, Jean
Bowman, Margery Hubbs, Virgin
ia Brown, Billie Thomsion, Wes
ton Smith, Morris Davis, Joyce
Simmons, Betty Morley, Clarine
Reed, Daisy Meyer, Elizabeth
Newell Eva Sawyer, Gdraldine
Dickman, and Margaret Swanson.
Hollywood Members of the
"Same Over Here club" held their
regular weekly meeting at the
home of Mrs. W. W. Fisher. A
very pleasant time was enjoyed
by all. Refreshments were served
at a late hour by the hosts assist
ed by Mrs. W. F. Starr. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Ward, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Starr,
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Thomas, Mr.
and Mrs. O. A. Forgard, George
Forgard, Mrs. R. A. Man son, Mr.
and Mrs'. J. J. Kleeman, Mise
Florence Kleeman, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W.. Fisher and Miss Mary Jean
The reeital of pupils' of Mrs.
Ethep Poling - Phelps", which was
to have been this afternoon at the
First Evangelical church, "will be
this evening at the same place
and will be combined with a group
of older pupils. The publtc is in
North Santiam Mrs. A. F.
Keithley gave a dinner compli
menting her son Willis Jr., be
fore his departure Friday for Byr
ney, Montana, where he will
spend the summer. Covers were
placed for Willis Kefthley, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mills of Sa
lem, Mr. and Mrs. W. Angel, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Keithley. Sr., Mr.
and Mrs. Leland C. Keithley, Miss
Betty Ryan, and Mr. and Mrs. A.
FISHERIES EMPLOY 80,000
WASHINGTON (AP) Nearly
30.000 persons were employed In
the fisheries of Alaska last year.
The output was valued in excess
BOMBAY. India, June 19
(AP) Bombs today became the
newest menace 'to the administra
tion of British authority In India.
In Lahore. Amritsar. Lyallpur,
Gujrnwala and Rawllindi explo
sions of missiles tossed into va
cant houses and elsewhere have
caused injuries to officers and
been the cause of disorders.
The outrages have taken an un
usual form. In each case a bomb
has been exploded in a house or
inn and after the police have gath
ered there for lnYestljration an
other bomb has gone off.
At Amrtsar this device was de
feated by the police who heard
the ticking of th3 timing machine
of the second bomb.
At Luallpur an inspector was
seriously wounded and at Gujrn
wala a constable was wounded
and much property damage caus
ed. A sub-inspector, head consta
ble and constable suffered slight
hurts. In all cases the plot seem
ed to have been aimed at the po
lice. Military activities continue on
the northwest frontier. A column
of regulars accompanied by militia
went to Tangi yesterday and com
pelled an Utman Khel company to
withdraw from near the town in
to tribal territory.
Troops arrested five or six
prominent "red shirts" without
trouble. Another force, accompan
ied by ' a deputy commissioner
which left Peshawar for Swabi
reached Kohat without Incident.
Field rations have been issued
in Peshawar since Friday.
To Be Erected
SAN FRANCISCO. June 19.
(AP) The Shell Chemical Co..
recently organized by Shell Oil
Co. Interests, today announced
the purchase of 600 acres in Con
tra Costa county on which will
be constructed a nitrogen fixation
plant to cost 15,000,000. Con
struction will start at once.
This Man Puzzled -Lost
19 Pounds of Fat
Wants to Know Where
the Fat Went to
Start taking Kruschen Salts
that's the common-sense way to
reduce but don't take them with
the idea that they possess reduc
ing qualities in themselves.
This is what they do they
clean out the impurities in your
blood by keeping the bowels, kid
neys and liver in splendid work
ing shape and fill you with a vigor
and tireless energy you'd most
forgotten had existed.
This man was fat 60 pounds
overweight wanted to stay home
every night and nurse the old arm
chair getting in and out of his
auto was all the exercise he cared
for his desire for any form of
activity had died years ago.
Then one night as he read the
evening paper cheering news
broke for him he read the story
of Kruschen Salts what it was
doing for the fat folks of Amer
ica they were losing fat and
plenty of it.
The next morning he started
one generous half teaspoon of
Kruschen in a glass of hot water
before breakfast every morning
the same in a week he wanted
to walk to business he didn't
know why but the urge for ac
tivity seemed to flood his whole
being and he followed the urge.
His wife was astonished de
lighted and when one evening
he said with eagerness "Let'B go
to a show to-night, dear," her
joy was unbounded.
That virile Kruschen feeling
that means more energy more
vigor more ambition took pos
session of him he took long
walks every day and enjoyed
He got on the scales one eve--ning
and came home with spright
ly step "eleven pounds of fat
gone" he almost hollered he
danced a few steps with the ae
tiveness of youth end Ms wife
danced with him.
Soon 19 pounds of unneeded
and unwanted fat had left him
and he marveled and his friends
marveled with him.
"Where did it all go to?" he
asked and no one could answer?
Kruschen Salts drives poison
ous waste from the system it
acts on liver, kidneys and stomach
and keeps them in tip-top condi
tion it keeps you feeling fit and
fine all the time.
Perry's Drug Store and' leading
druggists America ovef sell Krus
chen Salts for 85c a bottle which
lasts 4 weeks.
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few of these charming
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