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' Prominent Couple
Announce Date of
Of Interest to- many 1 8alem
young people irill be the an
nonncement of tbe date of the ap
proaching marriage of Mia Olive
Barnard and Leonard Chadwkk,
formerly of Salem bet now tiring
In Oakland, California, August 7.
at 8 o'clock at the home of tbe
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Barnard. - 201 Sonth. Ifth
- The announcement was made
knows Tuesday evening when the
bride's mother, Mrs. A. R. Bar
nard entertained for her daugh
ter with a evening of bridge.
The high score for ' the erening
was awarded to Miss Dorothy
Franks and the second award
went to Miss Mildred Johnson.
"Last, but not least.- Che third
prize, which was hidden about the
room and the finder was to
share It with the entire group.was
an attractire box wherein the se
cret was concealed a tiny card
bearing the date of the'weddlag.
Guests for the erening of cards
Included Miss Marguerite' Faraa
er. Miss Betty Elofson. Miss Mil
dred Judson, Miss Benletta Ed
wards, Miss Dorothy Kranks. Miss
Olire Falk. Miss Mable Carrie.
Miss Harriett Adams, Miss Vera
McCune, Miss Lulu Eastridse
Miss Bessie Tucker, Miss Leila
Parks, Mis Helen Rtehsrdson.
Miss Marie Pfliett. Miss Elizabeth
Welch, Miss Anona Welch, Miss
Caroyl Braden. and the honor
guest. Miss Olire Barnard.
.Miss Barnard and Mr. Chad
wick are well known, young peo
ple, both baring been graduated
from. Salem high school. Since
his graduation from school, Mr.
Chadwick has won much recogni
tion for his musical merits, Dar
in g won first place In the Atwa-ter-Kent
radio audition last year.
He U now taking adraaced work
In California under the superrf
elon of Miss Era Atkinson, Na
tional Broadcasting star, prepar
atory to future radio work.
The wedding will be a quiet af
fair with only relattres and inti
mate friends being bidden. Ber.
H. C. Storer. pastor of the Knight
Memorial church jrttl read the
service. Miss Lulu Eastridge.has
been chosen for maid of honor,
the bride's only attendant. Don
ald Barnard, brother of the bride
elect will be best man.
Donald Allison wiU play the
wedding marches and a rocal du
et will be giren by Miss Benietta
Edwards and Ronald Craven. As
sisting with tbe serring will be
fire1 intimate friends.of the bride,
which will Include the Misses
Yelma Slmpkins. Dorothy East
ridge, Caroyl Braden, Harriet
Adams and Vera McCune. Sever
al pre-nuptial affairs are being
arranged for the bride-elect
Mist Barnard has a large eir
cle of friends, through her asso
ciation with the Commercial Book
tors where she has been employ
ed for the past few years.'
- Mrs. M. K. Hall, accompanied
by her two daughters. Mrs.
Richard English of Los Angeles,
California, and Miss Gwendolyn
Hall of Portland; will bo guests
today at tbe homo of Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Bragg.
Mrs. English will leare by
train for her homo in California
mursaar erening while Mrs.
Hall and daughter will return tosicombined with white or black.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Minier
and daughter, Jewell, returned
Tuesday night from a three days
stay at Siltcoos flake, where they
wero met by Mr. and Mrs. F. R,
Stevenson of Eugene.
Independence Mrs. Hank Mat
tison entertained with cards Mon
day afternoon tor soma ladies who
had birthdays in the month. The
honored ladies ;rere Mrs. A. L.
Thomas, Mrs. George Carbray and
Mrs. Mattison. The afternoon was
spent playing bridge. At the close
of the afternoon a dainty luncheon
was served by the hostess.
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.Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cooley and
children. Jean and Bobby, ar-
rlred -home Tuesday
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wu a exienaea motor
through the east.
August 1st will find us with a large selection of Summer Street,
Sports. Afternoon, and Dinner Frocks
Nothing to do But Cut the. Pt ices
of This Desirable Summer Mer
chandize 'WAY DOWN. . .
Many lovely Shantung Suits, formerly. sold for $29.75 : ; r
I . all going at $17.50, .v '
Beautifur fprmal afternoon and evening gowns at prices that will
V astonish you! . - - , ;
News and GlulS
:Ouve M. DOAK.
Thursday, July SI
United Artisans Capital assembly No. M regular
meeting. Fraternal Temple pot luck supper at 6:30. , -Ladies
of the W. R. C All day sowing; be at homo
of MrsSoao Hagedorn. Members are requested to bring
their own baskets. , -.
.Tuesday August 5 ' -W.
C. T. U. all day picnic, August 5, Fairgrounds
Bring Awn basket and table-service; Coffee, sugar and
cream furnished. -
By ANNE ADAMS
Just as, easy to make as can
be, this adorable frock of simple
line and detail. Shoulder cape
lets are added from the square
neck line, taking the place of
sleeves, although there are
sleeves with the pattern In case
you want to use them. The skirt
flare gains grace and fullness
through sereral rows of gathers.
The narrow belt ties in a pert
bow at the side.
Pattern It 9 5 fashions delight
fully of Toile, dimity, georgette,
lawn, batiste or chiffon. A sha
dow print in blended pastel tones
looks so cool and refreshing in
warm weather. Other favorito
colors are yellow', red, char
treuse, orange and leaf green.
May be obtained only in sixes
14. If. 18. 20. 32. 24, 36. 28
and 40. Size 18 requires 4 5-8
yards of 39 Inch material.
MMary. lardage for erery ilia,
sad simple, sseet irutreetieaa art
Seal fifteen erat la eotnt care
fully wrapped, or atampa, for aaea
aaHaraw Writa plaialy year aama.
aderaaa. atyaj aamber aae atee
Oar boat ef patteras far idnlt
tad children, alaa traaafer pap
tana, fifteea reati: aa eeata
wbaa ordered with patters. AaV
4reu all Kail and orders to
Statesman Patters Department,
S48 Wert 17ta Ureet. Kew Tork
Miss Pauline Johnson enter
tained Miss Martha Wetsel of
Portland otot the week end. Miss
Wetsel and Miss Johnson are Del
ta Delta Delta sorority sisters at
uregon state college
the price of 1 sale continues. , : ;
; Birthdays of
One of the prettiest of raid
summer bridge luncheons ' was
giren Monday afternoon when
Mrs. Charles Bauer entertained
in her home honoring the birth
day anniversaries of Mrs. E. J.
Seellars whose birthday occurred
oa Monday, and Mrs. William
Brans whose birthday came on
Tuesday. The luncheon table
was most attractive In its color
scheme of pink and white, which
was centered with a lovely pink
and white floral bouquet,
flanked with pink tapers. Cov
ers were marked tor the honor
guests, Mrs. E. J. Seellars, and
Mrs. William Evans, Mrs. Wil
liam McGilchrist, Mrs. Fred
Stump, Mrs. George Barnbard,
Mrs." E. F. Smith, Mrs. George
Alexander, Mrs. J. Lyman Steed,
Mrs. Flora Thomas and the host
ess, Mrs. Charles Bauer.
Mrs. William Gosser and young
son, Clayborn, will be guests at
the Ernest Thorn cottage for the
coming week end. Mrs. Gosser andJ
son, will accompany Mrs. Thorn
and small son. Ernest Jr., to their
summer home at Nelseott Bead,
Thnrsday. Mrs. M. A. Thompson
and Mrs. H. R-- Hobkins. both of
Portland, will be additional guests
of the Thorns for the coming week
Mrs. Cedrick Helgho, niece of
Mrs. E. C Goodwin of this city,
Is expected to arrive today from
Cannon Beach, where ahe has
bees enioyine a beach outing for
the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Goodwin accompanied by
Mrs. Heigho will leave Sunday for
Newport where they win spend
the coming week. Mr. Goodwin
will return borne Sunday evening.
Miss Katbryn Sisson and Miss
Genevieve Vale of Sudbury. Can
adawho have been guests at
the '"home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
Sisson and family for the past few
days, left Tuesday for their
northern home. Enroute they
will visit a part of Alaska,
Banff and Lake Louise before re
turning to their home In Canada.
Mrs. John A. Carson returned
home Tuesday evening .from
Portland where ahe has been the
guest of her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCam
mon for the past week. She was
accompanied home by Mr. and
Mrs. -Wallace Carson who motor
ed to Portland Tuesday.
Miss Genevieve Thayer was
hostess Tuesday evening, tor an
inpresapta "after the - concert"
party in her heme on Capitol
street, to the participants of the
Hobson recital. The group en
Joyed an Informal time of conver
sation and 'music after which re
freshments, .were serred. The
party was brfcught to an end . by
the staging of the "Wassail Song"
the concluding number on the re
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howard and
children, Mildred, Ruby, Denton
and George of Estherrille. Iowa,
arrived lu Salem Wednesday
morning to visit with Mr. How
acd'a sister and brother, Mrs. W.
B. Milborn, and L. L. Howard of
e e e ..
Mr. T. O. Flnley arrived In the
city Wednesday from his home In
The Dalles, to visit with his sis
ter, Mrs. E. C. Goodwin lor a tew
OREGON STATESMAN. Salecu Oregtm. Thnrsday BlonuVg, July 31. 1930
One of the loveliest weddings
of the mid-eummer season will be
solemnised fa St Joseph's CathoUe
chares, Thnrsday saoralag at
o'clock, when Miss Ullian De
Myett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
U. De Mytt will become the brloe
of Henry Kropp, sea of Mr. and
Mrs. K. Kropp of Albany. Rev.
J. -H. Buck will officiate at the
nrptlal mass. "
The bride has selected a becom
ing frock of beige georgette with
attractive hat to match for her
wedding attire and will carry a
shower beaqnet of sweet peas,
roses and lilies of the valley. Her
only attendant will be her sister1.
Miss Marcel DeMytt. who will
wear a oowder blae dresa with hat
te match and carry an arm bou-
quex ox pm a- sweet peas and roses.
Ferns, palms and large baskets
of summer flowers hav - Km
chosen for the de -orations at the
church whlck win make a lovely
setting tor the marriage cere
monies. Martin Kropp. brother of the
groom, will serve aa best man.
Lawrence Alley .will sins and
Bernard Kropp will be the organ
Following the wedding services
ft breakfast for the bridal party
an Intimate friends and relatires
Will be served at tfi rcr
after which the young couple will
leare on a motor trip north. They
Will make Salem their hnma Knth
baring a wide circle of friends In
Sereral Informal ' pre-nuptial
affairs have been givei for Miss
DeMytt. The girls employed In the
office In which the bride-elect has
been emoloved entArtaineii with
shower honoring Miss DeMytt Fri-
uy evening, ana a larger shower
e e e
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Row and
daughter Miss Kathryn, la com
pany with Mrs. Grace Thompson
and Miss Fays Louise Thompson,
returned Tuesday from a three
weeks' vacation, the first week
being spent at Taehata while the
last two weeks were spent at
Mrs. A. M. Gardner and
daughter. Miss Mary, left Wed
nesday for Portland, going from
there to Fort Crook, Nebraska,
where they will visit friends for
a short time before going on to
Minneapolis. Minnesota, where
they will make their home. Mrs.
Gardner is a cousin of Q. A.
Wood of this city.
Mrs. Geora Alexander, accom
panied by friends, motored te
HiUsboro a few days ago where
she was a truest at a bridge lunch
eon. ' :
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By ids Home From
" Long Motor Trip
- Mr and "Mrs. Clarence Byrd
and ehildrea, Peggy and BUly.
arrived home a short time ago
from a very interesting motor
trip of two months duration.
Tbe Byrd's took the Old Oregon
Trail routs, .going, through east
em Oregon and Idaho to In
diana, . Illinois, Ohio. Minnesota
and Michigan, visiting all the
principal cities of those states
and returning heme the northern
route, touring both Glacier and
Yellowstone National parks.
They- visited Glacier National
park at a. very . bsy time as
President Hoover was -expected
.to arrive any minute to spend
his vacation there. "All hands
fad tbe cook" were 'working
Ight and day to have every
thing In readiness for the presi
dent and his party.
The Byrd party were most for
tunate fa having escaped the ex
treme heat through the east, hut
experienced some nearly as warm
In crossing Idaho, where the
thermometer registered 111 the
day they traveled tbe desert
state which made them glad to
be back la the cool and green
of western Oregon.
They made the last lap of
their journey by way of the Me
Kensie pass whieh was a lovely
climax to their trip.
Afternoon of Bridge
Miss Mary Eyre, assisted by
her sister, Miss Pearl Eyre, en
tertained Tuesday with an af
ternoon of bridge In their home
on Mill street, Honoring Mrs. Er
nest Stevenson of Burley, Idaho,
Miss Laura Tantls of Grants
Pass, Oregon, and Mrs. Van
Greer of Phoenix, Arixona, who
have been visiting friends in Sa
- Two tables were in play dur
ing the afternoon with high score
being presented to Mrs. Will
Knower. Dainty refreshments
were served by the hostess, Miss
Mary Eyre and Miss Pearl Eyre,
af tb close of the afternoon.
Mrs. Kenneth G. Bailey, of Se
attle, Washington, who has been
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. :
Brazier Small for the past week,
left Wednesday for Portland. ;
where she will spend sometime
before continuing on to her home-)
in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Small
accompanied their guest as far
as Portland, returning home
Miss Elsie Millar, sister of Mrs.
Dr. Lewis of North Winter street,
expects to ' leare Thorsday for
Denver. Colorado. . Omaha and
points In northern Iowa. Miss
Miller plans to be gone about six
e e e
Mrs. William McGilchrist and
daughter. Miss Josenhine. arrived
home a few days ago from New
port, where they hare been so
journing for the past tew weeks.
Sale opened Monday with a full and complete stock of
Rugs, Draperies, Furniture and Ranges of all ItindsT'This
immense stock must be reduced-if LOW PRICES have the
effect we thinfcihey will-our objective willbeattainedin a
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Wecannot list all the items here, hence we are not listing
any. iWehavethfetosay-ifit is furniture you want,; we
Contract goods excepted .
Miss Florence Power i
; Members of the Beta Chi sor
ority :-f Willamette , university
met Tuesday erening it the home
of Miss Florence Power to make
arrangements - for the coming
school year. Plans were also dis
cussed for the picnic which Is be
ing sponsored by the alumni as
sodstioa of Portland at the coun
try home of Mrs. Fred Tebben,
Set Concord . road, Portland.
Those attending the meeting
Included, the Misses Mary' Louise
Aiken, Gaynelle Beckett, Loretta
Fischer, Harriett Hageman, Nor
abell Pratt. June Gaines, Rosa
lind Van Winkle. Evelyn High.
Florence Marshall. Marrell Ed
wards. Margaret Morehouse and
the hostess. Florence Power.
Misa Elisabeth Bell and Miss
Margaret Natier who hare been
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Hamilton, for the
past week, left Wednesday morn
ing for their homo in Palo Alto.
California. The southern visitors
and Mr. and Mrs. William New
myer were guests of the Hamil
ton's this past weekend at Ocean
e e , e
Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Pound,' ac
companied by their children,
Jean end Bobby, wiU return to
Regular $25 Vulcanite Plate . . . .0H5
The Best Dental Plate Made ... .62&
(Many Charge as High aa 50 for this Plate)
Silver Filling as low as ..... 02
Any Porcelain Enamel Filling 020
(Regardless of Size)
PAINLESS EXTRACTION (2 teeth or more) 75c per tooth
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"Five Yean Instructor at the Portland Denial College"
H. ADHD (& EHU SHI BANK
Salem," Monday 4, after having
motored to Denver, , Colorado,
where Dr. Pound : attended - the
National Dental convention. . On
Friday ef last week they attend
ed the round P at Cheyenne,
Wyoming and at .the present time
are enjoying the wonders and
beauties of Yellowstone National
park, k .; - . .
Iowa Friends Visit g
At McCullough Home
Mr. and Mrs. J. fi. Dodds and
children. Parry. Mary and Kath
ryn, arrived In Salem Wednes
day afternoon to be the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McCullough
at the Royal Court .apartments.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Dodds are for
mer schoolmates ot Mr. and Mrs.
McCullough, both having attend
ed Ames college in Iowa togeth
er. They will be at the Me
Cunough home until Thursday
evening, going from there to
Seattle where they will visit
friends for a short time before
returning home. They are mak
ing the trip by motor.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin F. Smith
returned home Tuesday evening
from Portland, where ey visited
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis for a few
days. Mr. and Mrs. Davis accom
panied the Smith's home to be
their guests for a short tune.
CONTINUED TWO WEEKS
Owing to the splendid- response to our advertise- -ment
and our inability to take care f all the
work by August first we have decided to extend
these prices two weeks mora.
See For Yourself
mfi nti7 hair Inorm
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Mrs! E. : J. . Seellars
Hostess at Illahee
: Mrs. E. J. Seellars entertained
in ; an unusual manner a few
days ago. when she took a group
of' her friends out to Illahee
country club for' an informal
afternoon of bridge eaoln tables
wera in play on the verandah of
the club housev
. Those enjoying Mrs. Seellars
hospitality were, Mrs. : William
McGilchrist, Jr, Mrs. . Willis
Rooghton. Mrs. Fred Stamp,
Mrs. George Bernhardt Mrs, J.
Lyman . Steed. Mrs. - James
Humphrey. Mrs. Bex Sanford.
Mrs. E. F. Smith, Mrs. Charles
Dana aA the hostess Mrs. E.
J. SceUaravj HUh acorn for the
afternoon was awarneo airs.
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a mimiita a nrnmfnaitt Salem
naxvnia motored to Portland Wed
nesday to enjey the day with the
Al Kader snriners at jaatsen
Beach, who are playlnj nosts to
mamWa anif tneir friends and
families for the entire day. Those
making the trip included Mr. ana
ur wnitim MeGilehrlst Jr- and
daughter. Miss Josephine, Mr. and
Mrs. George Alexander and daugh
ter. Miss Dorothy, and son Cor
win, Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Seellars
and Mrs. Seellars' mother, Mrs.
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