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' s. . . .,. Olive 1L Dour. Sadeto Edfirm i sssis, . . . . -"
A UGUST is here and that
jMl means many folk oat of
the city for the whole month.
for it offers just about, the
last clear chance for a 'vaca
tion before fall and its many
demands of preparation for
school, fall weddings, and
fall shopping -which comes
along with the first cool days
and turning leaves of Sep
tember. ; .
All summer long people
have come and gone between
Salem and the beaches, not
staying1 for very long either
place; and have thus kept up
a ' surprising amount of so
ciety in the city.
Even with .the annual Au
gust exodus there is much to be
anticipated this month la Salem.
"Wednesday Mr. Doa Pritchett
will entertain for Mrs. Km est
Bonesteele and Mrs. Raymond
Bonesteel. with a formal tea tor
which ISO Invitations hare been
Mrs. Lewis P. Campbell an
nounced Thursday night the wed
ding date ot her daughter Helen
fSsrk Campbell to Ezra Sylves-
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Today We Present . . . : ;
E h.!F Ralph Jr- f are an indication young Ralph is having one of
the best summer vossible. In th center i ntr. vfa n.--J!?w!f
Many affairs are bein planned .Jf daughter Marvin Leime Ifr. 5Hnn on4 children are nendina
for MIm -c&nBbeli bfor hi-1 tA tneekaA nt ; - . wrra or spending
marrlage.jv J To fAc extreme riahi in ifr. ttmitci M -ft,;-- J t..
miss oure . cam nam's wed- , r-j rw-A. . " , : uury(r unzt vt
dins to Leonard chadwick woi i zV' wKo have been ty .cent -guests oj Mr., and Mrs Harry
ter Webb aa "Angust ' It. This
will be a: garden wedding with
lnritxtloM extended to 17S.
Wedding Date Is
- August 19 .
Mrs. Lewis P.-'Campbell an-
Amonr: thoM vho &r nit r af
town for the month ii Mrs. , Har
ry Hawktns :ho with her sister,
Mrs. William - MeX array ot Port
land win Iber la Victoria; B. C.
Miss KkabefH Lord and. Miss
, Edith Sbryrer win : spend at
least half4 of the month at the
Lord cottage at Seal Rocks.
' Mrs. W. H. Byrd Is another
Salem matron who win be out of
the city for .the month. Mrs.
uyro ts on a iong motor trip I nonnced. the tweddisg date of
through the eastern states. She her daaghter.tePsik Camo-
iomeUm, 7kZ mld oUn- f11 to Em Sylvester Webb. a.
rnt. ' lAognst 19, at an Informal eve-
- A few. of the people who arelniag of bridge fof which Miss
welt in town Alter sererai week. cmpbeU'a &mate friends
n-, ed rnd.,
and Mrs. T. A: Roberts. ' L .The guest rooms Wer ieHht-
lu"y arransea with flowers and
Miss ROTena Eyre wIU leave soft MBt- In UierllTlnc room
for Portlan4 Monday where she we nt howls ; of .water Ulies,
wUl be one of -the attendants at " luo ng room were
the wedding of: Miss Dorothy DOWU or P"tel shaded sweet
Creath Tuesday. Wednesday Miss peas7; Assistlns Mrs. Campbell
Eyre wiU be met fn Portland by Sli i , onr Mi8s Betty
Miss Charlotte Zieber. Miss Vir-1 " nesier uavis, ana
ginia Vahey. . and Miss Dorothy ""L" . Irma . Bolander.
Uvesley. The party of four will . f Tlzia ror the evening ot
return to Salem Wednesday night. DrMse went to Hiss Billie Cop-
- Per. and Miss Georgia Spencer:
Mr. and TJrs. A. A. Siewert and JtThe annaament of thp wed-
family are spending te weekend f ,.e date wa made iQ dellght-
'ni,JfWer "t Mr&Erd Porter Livingston, nee Florence Gould.
Who has gone to hake for home in Baker, Oregon. ' - - : ' T?.
TT is the age old cry for and
rTirartnfOTrTa rinaTflnyrTri'-t t
at Newport and Neskowin.
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Sunday, August 3
Marion Post C 8, Veterans of Foreign Wars of Sa
lem and Linn Post of Albany, and their auxiliaries will
hold joint picnic at Green's bridge, honoring State
Commander, Cicero Y. Hogan.
Capitol Assembly, United Artisans, annual plcnie.
1 o'clock. Rlyerdale park,
Tuesday, August 5
W. C. T. V. aU day plcnie, August 5, Fairgrounds
Bring own basket and table service. Coffee, sugar and
By ANlfE ADAMS
iuiiy clever manner. At the
Place of each guest at the supper
hour were placed tichtlv sealed
wainuts, each - .containing upon
being- opened- a wee red heart
bearing the .names of the be
trothed and the date for the
After refreshments had been
served small white stationery
with blue bands and envelopes
were distributed among the
guests and each 'wrote a steam
er letter to be opened at various
datea by Miss Campbell follow
ing her wedding,
Plans for the wedding are not
yet complete but Miss Jean
Campbell, sister of the bride to
be the only attendant, and Ern
est Webb of Portland, brother
of the groom-to-be will be best L
n. -rne ceremony will be read
to the gardens of the Camnbel
home in the ' presence of about
175 invited guests-. Many oat-of-
iown tout wiu be present.
immediately following the
weauing the youttf i folks -wiU
leave for New York City, where
iney wm make their home.
uuests for Friday erentng
were tne honor guests. Miss
campoeil, and Mrs. Kenneth Per
ry, Mrs. Vernon Perry, Mrs.
ra.au Chapman, Miss Pryseilla
Fry, Miss Hester Davis, Miss
Georgia Spencer. Mis Roa&lin
Buren, Miss Martha Hobson, Miss
Violet Snyder, Miss Irma Boland
er, Miss Mary Cupper, Miss Bil-
ue cupper. Miss .Alice Graham.
miss Ret ha Nash. Miss Esther
Wood. Miss Dorothy BeU. Miss
Betty 8hipley, Miss Marvelle
sawaras. uiss jean Campbell.
Mrs. Cecelia Barbour of Se
attle, Washington, has been th
nouse guest of Mrs. George H.
Burnett for the nast week. Utnr
iniormu sinner and evening af
fairs hare been given for Mrs.
Barbour during her rialt here.
among; which was a small Infor
mal dinner with covers laid for
Jcrs. Barbour, Mr. and Mrs. Loais
jseentei, and Mrs. Burnett.
Quite simple" of Dae. unutuaHrr MrB- Barbour accompanied by
easy to make, "and extremely I . urn" win leave Tuesday
. smart ts this frock tor' lata aa'm-1 Portland where they wUi vis
mer , and : early- fall, . The soft f " 5 T-r1 dT "d then Mrs.
collar and'euffs, nise at home or I f?0", wm f0 on her home
purenased ready , made, are. the I
outstaadlns features of the latest '
1, "1 T -" 7 -:fw-MMf- Miss
T iuiu SalSdaTg'ut t'hThom.
loaed or eantosv.or flat erepe, dull SricUadtaT T.r
inedlat. WW veil gaorgetu w rtttSMtosSFlSZ
ST ffiT.2i2! Sat.rd.y.0BU vYsaorft8
rraTrai." w ZTZV eTen,n theit hon,. la
wi-i ... -rJ raiey.
w uv awsBi : - vi SUQJ fjf
batiste may be chosen for the
trimming..: ; ; . j Miss Phyllis Van KlmmeL Miss
May be obtained only l sizes Maxine Mvers. and mu. t.
IS. lg, . and Creech wero the Invited luncheon
41. : Site if requires 4 54 yards of guests of Miss Jean .Warner of
Aipany.-maay,-' These girli are
Kappa Kappa Gamma sororiay
sisters In Oregon. .
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Mrs. Al Norbiad auldaugn
ter. Miss Eleanor; spent ihe-week
end la Salem, . from Newport,
where they are domiciled for the
y .uuests-at the F. C. DeLong
I home are Reverend and Mis. M.
D. 'Reld of Long Beach, Calif or
raisu Rev. Rata sa a hmtw
I Mrs. DeLong,
" H 4rfmaklag upwlim i
MMaiy. lanar tor tut .
4 iiaiptar aaact iaatrectiMa an
(iaa. ... - t
8a4 Qhaea Mata fa mIh n
.rally wrappaJ. mr ataatpa far aaca
Mitara. ,WriU piaialy raw mmmm.
addraa,';styla aoabar iai aisa
vaai4. " '. . , .
Oar aak af pattarnrfot siaits
ad child raa, aia traaafar aat
taraa tiftan mu: in . . n.u
a Here4 with a aatltra.. As- 4
araas ail !!. an ariUra
StatMaMS - Pattara OrpartaiMW'
Wedding Performed a
High Noon oaturdav
Salem yonnr neonle will he in
forested to learn of the wedding
vi .j una u. ueorge, son of Mr,
uu jura. yy. f. ueorge of "Salem
and Miss Lillian Dahl of Silrer
ion, at me George anartmeiita
aaiuraay at high noon. Minnie
Strand and Joe B. Davis were
the only attendants. The ainri
ruK semce was read h-r n
W. C. Kantner in the presence of
aoom so relatives and
rriends of the bridal eonula . Tm,
mediately foUowing the ceremony
ana mrs. ueorge left for a
brief honeymoon at the Oregon
ur. ueorge is well kmn t
saiem naving been zradnatAri
from Salem high school with the
class of 1929 and since that time
has been connected with the city
engineer s Oince.
Mrs. George has hpen iaeiit
m the office of the groom's "fath
ers restaurant. They plan to
mass baiem their homo upon
luwr return irom the coast.
Salem Couple Married
fcvent of Saturday
Of Interest to nrsny Salem peo-
vm wiu Dm me announcement of
the wedding , of Miss Bethlne
Poage, daughter of Mrs. Daisy
Poage, and Loren Loose, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loose of this
etty. The ceremony was quietly
mmormea eaturaay auernoon at
the home ot Rev. D. J. Howe,
officiating; minister. Immediate
ly after the serrice the young
couple left by. motor for Califor
nia where they will spend a fort
night, later returning to Salem to
make their home.
Mrs. Loose has been employed
at the Marinello Beauty shop for
some time. , Mr. Loose is associ
ated with the Reo Sales and Ser
vice company on High, street.
t . .i- .
Reverend L. V. Lucas and Mri
Lucas .of Los Angelas, California,
are guests of Mrs. Lucas' broth-
r. W. T.Righy, for a tew days.
They, are making- the trip by au-
wnooue ana plan to drive to
Vancouver aad Ssokana -hfora
returning to their home la California.
Miss Margreta Millard fa .tUhiI-
ing the week ead with bar parents,
Mr. and Mrs, K. '.BJ MlllanL: Last
week end the MUlarda. aarf ifu.
wia uooa enioyed a tour of the
ail. ioo loop SOTre. t r '
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Mr. aad Mrs. W. H. Rarrbardt
ware dinner smesta at ma ham
Mr., and Mrs.. a FSwirer of
ronuun, weanesday evealng.
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Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mniw and
children of Das Uolaaa. Tn
will arrfre Ola weekend to-'be the
Kuescs ac im. and Mrs. T nn
Mr. and Mrs. Janaa ViFarina
left Saturday, afternoon for a tws
weeks' motor trip to Seattle. Vic-
na, ana Vancouver, B.,C,4
Mrs. TJL B. BUI 'danrhtiiV rfta.
lotte ad Joan Hoke' of Pendle
ton, house guest of Mistress Char
lotte, .spent several dm i Pnrt.
land this week,-,.,.-
Mr. and Mrs" J. w. Trar f
Portland ? are week end bonsa
guUatMhe Kbrne of Mri' and
Mrs. Douglas Mtjfi r ;V;v:::
Mr. and Mrs. Clark E. Nelson
of Portland are the weekend
guests of Dr. and MrsL - W. ft
Lytla, - -
Golden Hour Club'
Has Annual Picnic
The annual picnic of the Golden
Hoar club was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Millard on
Friday night. The -lawn of the
Millard home furnished the scene
for the picnic supper to which
the members of the club invited
their families. Following the sup
per hour music and a pleasant so
cial ume was eniayed in the-guest
twuim oi ina juiiara noma.
mose present for tils affair
were Mr. and Mrs. flarla AS-.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. pemberton. M
and Mrs. A. A. Siewert. fr ,n
Mrs. L. R. Springer, Mr, and Mri
W. H. Brets, Erie Butler, Claude
Van siyke. Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
Sisson, Mr. and Mrs Uium
cisnop-, Mr. and Mrs, C.TA. Spra
Blshop. Mr. and Mrs; C. A.
Sprague, and Mr. and Mrs. Millard.
a a a
Miss Olive BarnKard
Miss Olive Barnhard.
wedding to Leonard ChadWk
will be an event of Thursday was
the inspiration for an informal
bridge party at the home Of Miss
Beneitta Edwards Thursday a.
Following brldza In at n
tables a late sunner- vu umm
by Miss Edwards: Guests for this j
affair were Miss Barnhard, . Miss
tiarneit Adams, Mis Caroyl Bra
den, Miss - Harriett Skinner of
jfortiana. Miss Irene Rltnar. ut.
LoRsyne Haag, Miss, Lulu East-
riage ana Miss Edwards .
- - a a. . , . . .
Siirerton Mrs. Ida Petr.n
Benson was married the last rtf
the month to' Walter Troutma n-at
Ananeim, California! Mr. Trout-
man is an Anaheim real estate
man. " "
Mrs. Troutman will h
bered at Silverton both as - a
young arl whejihexJatKer. tn
Rev. N. Peterson, was naatava
xnniiy church ton 11 'years, -and
later as Mrs. Charlea "
From Silverton. - Mr;' and Mrs.
Bentson went to Montana whara
ey were inr buslesfCtOr asnum-
aer or years. Flroyears;ago Mr.
Bentson died at which tln it.
widow went to Anaheimi Califor
nia iu mace ner. some .with bar
mother. Mrs. N. Peterson, who Is
l"i uvmg. there aad who Is now
a. s . -v . - -
Miss Cora Bader and Mlsa Aa.
ea. Walsh of San Trandseo, Cal
ifornJa. aniTid to Salem Satur-
aay axternooa, to. spend sT- few
fltT( t the home of Mr.- and
Mrs.s A.:; J Bader.' In tha Rimi
Coirt apartments The Callfor-
Bia visitors plan to stop in -Seafe
jie.: 1 vwtona and -v Vancouver
when they will board the. S. -8;
Alezaader tor their return trip
Brooks Residents .
Elnjoy Summer Party
Brooks. One of the largest
and most delightful summer par
ties of the summer was given
Wednesday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Ward.
honoring Mrs. Ward, the occa
sion being her birthday. At
iaie aour reiresnments were
served by the hostess. Mrs. Ward
was the recipient of many lorely
Tnose present were: Mr. -and
Mrs. Jim Sim, Mr. and Mrs, Dora
ward and daughter Caroline
Ward, Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Marr
and daughter Beverley Marr, all
of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Blanton, Sr., and children, Kath-
enne and Glen Blanton; Mr. and
Mrs. jonn Lesber, Mr. and Mrs.
Art Rasmussen. and dauehter
Anene Kasmussen, Mr. and Mrs,
Kaymond Blanton, Jr., and chil-
oren DeEtt aand Raymond Ill-
Mrs. Sylvester Harris. Miss Edna
Lesber, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.-Har
ris, Miss Lavon Harris, Miss Ina
Lesher. Mr. and Mra
rnett. and sons, Joer Jr., and Boyd
Jjennett, George Lesher, Albert
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
runaige and children Glesnor,
Lavon and Barbara Brnndle-e.
jonn L.esner Mr. and Mrs. O. L,
Bauey, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Jones, and son Ronnie Jones. Jr..
and Mr. and Mrs. George Taket,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kibby. Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Gibson, and the
nostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe
Annual Picnic Is
One of the lolly times of the
year for the staff of the United
States National bank is tha annu
al picnic. This year it Ws enjoyed
at tho Dallas park.
The staff and families of the
staff to the number of about CO
enjoyed swimming and games at
the park and then a picnic sup
per was served at 4 o'clock. Fol
lowing this a social evenlnar was
By ROBERTA LEE
Q. - When- one's eneacemant i'
announced. " good form to
give .photographs to magazines or
newspapers? f. ; .
' A, It la. now considered correct,
but one must never do so nniea
specially ; requested. . . ;r
Q Should oeoDle in mrmrnfnv
jhse black-bordered. sUfionary t
Aijl hoirs poortasta' unless
the border- is verr narrow.
. Q. If a "guest : breaks a glass,
What should he do? ; J- .
' A. A word of sis Cera rerrat I
all that is necessary. , j.
KIngwood Mrs. A. L. Annie-
wane was Hostess, at a social aft
ernoon Friday to members and
friends of the Laurel Social Hour
club, honoring her sister-in-law,
Mrs. J. c. Applewhite of Clark
ston. Wash., who Is her hooee
guest. Mrs. J. c. Applewhite la
chairman of the citixenshlp com
mittee of the Federated Women's
clubs of Washington. The local
club members greatly enjoyed her
talk on American citizenship nm.
bracing the 18th amendment, law J
eniorcement and women's respon
sibility on civic questions. Several
amusing games completed the aft
"The hostess was assited In serv
ing oy-tMrs. Eugene Krebs and
jbiss Kstnenne Applewhite.
The guest list inelnded Mra rt
L. Adams, Mrs. Theodore. Bernard,
Auoerc uau, Mrs. J. B.
Smith, Mrs. R. A. Blerfna. ifr.
E. W. Emmett, Mrs. Bernard Ben
son, Mrs. Raymond Compton, Mrs.
J. A. Tantlss, Mrs. J. P. Smart,
Mrs. Warren B. Baker. Mrs. in.
gene Krafts, Mrs. Albert Beckman.
-sa, mrs. ts. ts. riack,
Mrs. Olln Cannov. Mra. RaHIti
ueaver, Mrs. Mary Beaver, and tha
nonor nest. Mrs." J. c
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a a a
Monitor. ' Auanst x r .
taoa Cook, who Is visiting here
tross ms Angeles, entertained
ror her father, Erie Lindberg, at
his home. Wednesdav
m occasion neing in honor of his
i sin Birthday anniversary;
ine eveninc vaa anenf In
playing cards and the-nrixea wara
iwoa oy Mrs. EmU Anderson and
as. o. white, the consolation go-
iag w Mrs. carimar Amnndaaa.
Those enjoying the evening were
mr. ana Mrs. c. M. Lindberg of
Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Sostvold, Mr. and Mrs. Carimar
Amunaaon. Mr. and Mra. Kmti
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. M. O.
White. Mrs. L. D. Lannn Xtm
James Cook, Eric Lindberg. : ,
rs. Bobby Anderson. Arnia rhrhi.
of ferson. Teddy Rostrold. Alta
Aaderson and Misses WaivoLen
on Cannon Cook. Dorotbv An.
dersOn. Korma ' Roatvoid. r..
Anderson, Clara Cbristoff ran
nd Carol Oook. Refroshments
were served bv tha boataaa iui,t.
d by Mrs. White and Mra. Rost
vold, : - ".--,"-., '
concerninjr Salem popu
lace that it does not appre
ciate music If this be true
or not it becomes less " ob
vious' as the seasons rollby
Dorixur the past year there
were some remarkably fine
concerts, botn local and import
ed, and with here and there
some lamentable failures in - ap
preciation it . appeared that, the
interest m music was crowing.
The MacDowell club, the Cham
ber music club for the first time
in Salem, the . excellent chorus
.groups of Prof. XL W Hobson,
and the Schnberts. and even to a
newly 'organized symphony under
the direction bf Prof. William
Wallace Graham,' aU contributed
splendidly to Salem music prog
This year .if rumors material
ue there will be more music
than there has ever been known
Tho MacDowell clnb has tome
brilliant plans for the coming
year, with especial attention giv
en to local talent. .The Lions
eiuo has a tentative arrange
ment made whereby tba presi
dent's own band will come to
Salem October 1. This would
be an outstanding musical -treat
which would be given In the
large horse show pavilion at the
fairgrounds where - hundreds -of
people could enjoy It to Its best
There is genuine discussion
concerning bringing at least one
performance of the Seattle sym
pnony under the direction of
Krueger to Salem: also It is
strongly rumored that the Port
land symphony under Van Roog-
straton win give at least one con
cert here this winter.
At an informal tea given re
cently plans were started for
bringing back to Salem tor this
winter the Chamber music trio
which brought so much pleas
ure to music lovers here last
winter. There will be a new
celloist it is rumored for this
group. At this meeting Mrs.
Monroe Gilbert was elected act
ing president and Mrs. C. P.
Bishop honorary president.
in addition to this rather stag
gering proposed program for mu
sical Salem there will be several
private recitals of outstanding
brilliance if present plans con
tinue. All in all It would seem
that music in Salem will play a
very important part in the life
of the winter season.
e a a . -
Heights boy who has been era-f if A f II 1 1 p jr
ployed at Toledo tha past year. I fipitl lllli IS
One of tha delightful affairs
Miss Mae Rauch
Miss Ann Boentje and her sis
ter Miss Helen Boentje of Newman
drove, ftebraska, have been the
house guests of Miss Mao Raudh
for the past few days. They came
here following a tour by motor of
the Crater lake region," Mt. Hood
loop, and other scenic drives.
Several affairs have been eiven
In compliment to the visitors since
tnelr arrival here. Mrs. Larrie
Walker entertained with dinner
Friday night with covers laid for
Miss Etta White, Miss Ann Boen
tje, Miss Helen Boentie. Miss Mae
Mlsa Lena Belle Tartar enter
tained with an informal dinner
Saturday night with covers placed
for Miss Ann Boentje. Miss Helen
Boentje, Miss Mae Rauch and Mrs.
The guests accompanied h-v Mlsa
Rauch will leave Sunday for WiU
sonvnie wnere the Misses Boentje
wux oe entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. TJ. Eilers. From there thv
wj go io x-oruana rrom Which
place Mlsa Helen Boentje will
leave tor ner Home in Nebraska,
a a a
Salem Heights. Harror Pr.
ltt and Miss Hazel Jones, pepu-
r young ioik Of Salem Heights
were quietly married Friday
morning at 10 a. m. by -Rev.
Hugh Foulke at the Jason Lee
parsonage. Only the immediate
families of the bride and groom
were present The young couple
wili Cake a trip by motor on
their honeymoon and then will
move to North Salem to occupy
their newly 'built home.
Word war received today that
Melvia Qlemena. former Salem
m r ii ,
was married Monday at Roaebnrg
to Crystal Sammera of Salem.
The eouple have not made defi
nite plans as yet as to their fu
ture home, but will reside In Sa
lem, t until thev have decided
wherw the' win live -penna- fop the week was the picnic sup
nently. .-? .: , per for ; which Mrs. T. Don Bay-
... , i . t, loV was hostess Friday evening
Salem Maids Win JL14' ? ler flnbnd, Dr.
C ' vm'---- - . . - juayior.
special rlonor j Following the sapper hour
la Northern New York at SU-1 music, and a happy serial H-
vfer Bay on Lake Caorge there is I war enjoyed.
ft T.,M. C.-A, camp that has spe- XSuests for tMs affair were the
cial interest to a .large group of honor guest, Sr. F. Don Baylor,
Salem folk for'lt'was there re- Mr. and Mrs. John Stimpson, Mr.
cently that honor was brought and Mrs. Earl Daue. Dr. and
home to the-ity. ' ' - Mrs. Frank Lynch, Mr. and Mrs.
. Many organisations such, at the I Una Simpson. Mr. and Mr
T.-M C. Athe T. W. a A., In- Jack Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Mon-
duatrial . groups, - church mission- roe Gilbert, Lee Spits bark, and
ary societies and such meet for the hostess, Mrs. Baylor,
summer conferences. Large groups Mrs. Earl Dane assisted Mrs.
I of young folk, two from each col-1 Baylor at the supper hour.
iega go inere to oe on the work- . .
Ing sUff of the camp. Miss Pauline CJ . 1 r
and. Miss Edith Findley, daugh- Arden OOCiai VilVeil
tera of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Find- Af- Clemenrji Hnma
ley, are there this summer repre- t, "m .
seating Willamette university. . beautif ul gardens adjoin
: During the past week tennis J111 hZ.? ' 1 nd Mr"
tournamehti havd been In prog- mw wjU e the scene
ress at the camp among the worn- of n,?TabIe lcMrMIn aocial.
On enrolled. At the beginning of W JrjZ!S?T f" from
the lonrnhments, two elsten from .? f f10' ne" tnf Jdiefl
Pennsylvania held thi ! elSmplon. il0'0 th Presbyw
ship from 1 eastern colleges. At . Jt church, will be hostesses
the ead ot the-tournament Pauline 'or. tn? casj".
and Edith Findley held the eham- , An restlag program of mu-
pioashlp of the conference, with tnd tne TlaS ot a French
Edith-winning tho final hard drm hy Miss Genevieve Thay
foaght game. er has been arranged for the
-The? umpire was from the na- Ieasur ' the guests,
tional league of umpires-In; the
VZiUt'rti gi?. Returns
gamo forthe beneflt of .the en- rrom the "hlUppmes
tire conference there at that time. Mrs. L. M. Scharff 5f Nebras-
1, , k avenue has returned from the "
?' ? i 7 Teeple have Phnipplne Islands where she
had as their house guest for the spent the winter with her daugh-
rir Wek' Dd r' - ter' MrB- Beckendorf. and
Cook and children, Evol, Gerry family. .
and Douglas, of Vanderhonf P Tha. nxi,.. . .
C. . - i . wcv.cuuuiia us to ra
. They also visited relatives in him tt.. 77. r
rZr nd we7el accompanleS
ver enrouteto Salem. Mrs. Cook on their return by Mrs Scharff
is a niece of Mrs. Teeple. Mr. They came by way of Europe'
2? S Vi, 0t the Vander- ,4ta b0t two montSI on
" " . . 1 "e continent and several weeks
" I in England
Mrs. Russell Bonesteele. accom- a a a
panled by her mother, Mrs. Jeatne Mr. and Mrs Walls. rrftn
V. Brigg. returned home Friday left Saturday afternoon ?y motor
th wlmWaAhinStn' Wher? for brief vacatioratAsToria!
aii!i Cn ih5 UMf11 ? Seaslde nd he Tillamook beacft
i Pi BSl and f&mIlT 'r They Pect t0 r6tur" to Salem
past two weeks. Wedneadav.
Sardonyx Mascot Gives
Confidence To VirgOffioiii)
" '. .... v
fTJM49at-ore vttaoat thtt item
t TOXJ ware born be
tween August 14 and
fieptambar 14, whan
. tha Sua la in Virgo,
or hid this sign of
ue sooiao in ue as-
mdant af tha tinia tl ronr hbtn.
m aralik to gija aatHorars
tan any other .type. For Virgo
beopte run less true to astrolosioal
fvrm uu any otnars. - -'
An earUmateriai sign to Vlnro.
aymbeUxed by a Virgin' fcoldinjr
soma ears or com, and yet, cur
lomdy enough, it is apparently
ruiea Dy tne airy Intellectual planet
Mercury. This combination of the
most restless of the planets with
mouonj vs mm aaru proauoes
mich a strange mixture that "some
aatrol ocaxa are Inclined to bellava
prirgo is really under the'lnflienoa
to tho Sun as to bafiSa'(Ilacovi-r.
! On the other hSL tiara la a
Clrro typa th atcnllyjds seam
Mercury and the earti.' vTh'iy have
Ndthoat tha a3xS?awf xiailty
bnd earlnar U oonfera upon thoM
born under Gkmlni. and they like-'
.www umrw w -rut paaenca ana
anteraet to material things oom
hnoniy aasoctatad with tha aaitn.
jWhUa thay ara pncal.' orderly
uw uuui utay are aao senstava,
aubtU and lncttnad te be esceed
Inity varaatfla, ;
The" month of ' August' has two
birthstoaeathi safaoByx and the
peridot each, of which- baa
niMUo vbrtues, ' eeodtng te an- j
deaf legend, which should be of j
' -. v .rsw-oorn. ur ue
aaracTx.. It .was said of old thai
tt aharpened tha wlta of tta wear4
era, making them fearleaiVan
victorious. Ja Rome It was highly,
ragardad as a Ullaman f or JLaaaV
mwmrm manarea aa am
ardonyg rings when they wei
ying Important easca'To ln
optlmlsia tathair clients if 'ofi
tJJf -fJ Aa for the perlddC
chrrsollta. it u i. 2.?
vzrt man was Known aa i
IT Wyinef lnsplratip" ThV
ww as Augusts nowan
xna avaraaa wiva . r a'
muck la aaad of soma stimulus ts
faith la bis awn ahtiu&a W
Stan has alas produeeVbidlrMuali1
who are tmihaasureably snra of'
JMelvaa. The Amrrteaa' crrUo.'
nry U Kaaekan. was bora waas'
thi Sun was la tlitoslxn!ajtd mm
was the Entfisn oUat. tC h
Wans, ThaorrBretoatTie aaethefi
" fiv CTjroniT. - ... .. .iTr.. it . imri -
, -f VrlBatagtODt!m Mounted i
mm urn awvasmuw reliuumsgg-
f ' . . s -.-"i ' V
you appreciate a cool kitchen
. Smobtttop br Tappan Gas Range with
lmiilatM oven and automatic heat control, cooks
tne food and not the cook.
The Lorgfc Smooth Cooldng Surface
enables you to keep four vessels boiling with
only one burner halt on. '
Brhw your kitchen up tp'date with one of tneso
beautiful ranges and cooking will be a pleasure,
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