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The OltEGON STATESMAN. Galea, Oreron, Tuesday Mornintr, Febreary 3; 1931
:y: By Much Social 1
Willamette ' university women
will spend a buay week for tbls
Is rash week and will be marked
with much entertaining both for
"mal and Informal- M
- Beta. Chi sorority will be host
ess for an Informal dinner party
tonight at the sorority house on
State street. Thursday afternoon
between the' boars of four and.
five o'clock the sorority will be
hostess for an Informal tea.
Sunday, members of the Beta
Chi sorority entertained with din
ner, special guests were warren
McMinnimee. Prank Alfred. Her
bert Hardy. Charles Hageman
Frank Grower, Alelvin Crow, Lajw
rence- Gibson.' Homer Roberts, j
- The Alpha Phi Aljna3ororty
will entertain with ; an informal
tea between the hoars of 4:20 ad
5:30 o'clock this afternoon. tA
program of music and readings
will be glTen by Constance Fisher
' and tirtrm Henderson. Wednes
day the Alpha Phi Alpha ' will be
hostess for an informal dinner, i
. Wednesday the Delta Phi soror
ity will entertain with an infor
mal tea between the hoars of four
and six o'clock. ' Thursday an la-
turn auiirei win uv kucu. -
A formal installation of new
members will be conducted by
Daleth Teth Gimel. order of anl
. versity women. Friday and this
will be followed with a formal
Banquet ai the Gray Bene Satur
day night.. . j
Other things will be planned by
the university women for later in
To be Speaker .
Mrs. Leoda voegeielne, a re
turned missionary from Indija
will be the speaker at the Wed
nesday meeting of the Woman's
Missionary society of the First
The society will .meet In thje
church 'parlors at 2:30 o'clock.
Following the lecture will include
the showing of slides of Indian
life and curios from India, a so
cial and the tea hoar will be en
joyed. All the women of the
ch arch are invited to -attend this
meeting., .; : -- j;
Mrs. Ralph Winn will be the
speaker before the Friday meet
ing of the Y's MInettes club at thje
tome of Mrs. W. C Jones. Her
topic, will be something to Sd
witn Russian . life. Club mem be
will meet at 2 o'clock. ;j
Chapter G of the P. E. O. sis
terhood will be . guests of Mrs.
Gardner Knapp for the regular
meeting Thursday afternoon. Mr.
Asa Fisher will give the paper
which will be on "Indian Legends
of Oregon." j "
By ANNE ADAMS .
A dainty and wearable . little
frock has a becoming square heck
and short kimono sleeves clever
ly cut to correspond. The bodice
is !ut In smart . straight - lines,
and the skirt is gracefully full in
truly grown-up fashion. Note the
little straps that hold the points
of the sleeves in place and the
tiny colored buttons - thai trim
.bodice and belt. Aren't they love
ly details? r -
Pattern 208? makes 1 'up' de-
- llgatfully n cotton broadcloth.
percale, dimity, lawn, pique or
wash silk. Choose a light ground
well covered with colorful posies
and match the binding to! the
outstanding color of 'the print for
a ravishing frock. - j -
May be obtained only In sixes
4. C. 8 and 10. Sise 4 .requires 2
yards of 3 6-lnch material.
- No ttrcumakiaf axporieflca -'Is '
aacataary to Bk this aioaal wits -ear
eattera. Yardage for vcry
nit, . aad iinapa. ox act initrijo
in ara triea-
. Send fifteea anta la eeiaa 'aro
taHf wraoned. or alamoa tor aoek
pattera. Writ plainly roar urn,
addroaa and ty ! anna bar B aura
tat site wanted. ;-
Oar aew fill and iriater fataios
took containing; - oxqniait modal,
for adult aad ehiJJrea aad aa
axeollrat assortmaot of traoafar
Htttrii aad (tamped oovatttoa. ta
o raadj. Pri-o tifteaa eonta..
Book who aattara 25 aonu. Ad
droaa all email aad ordara to Stta
" - Pattern - Denartnxat, 4S
Wast ma atreol. Vrw York City.
ews and Club
OUVE M. DoahV
: Tuesday, February S
, Hiawatha council, at I. O O. F. hall; program plan-
ned; Tisitors from Portland councils expected. ..
P. I. E. and F. club, Mrs. Wayno Greenwood. 1281 f
South Liberty; election of. officers. -
: ' Salem Music Teachers association, Mrs. Lila Lee, .
i 72$ Stewart street, -i'-u, - ; . - T.r,
American War Mothers regular meeting, American. ?
Lutheran church. 2:80 o'clock; election of officers., ;
I- Salem W. C. T. -V,- meeUng, Union hall; Charlea .
Hewlett of Albany speaker. .
Hospital auxiliary, f chamber iof commerce, 10:0ft r
o'clock; general meeting. . ( 1 - ' '
Etokta club tea. Mrs. A. J. Vlck. 145 North Lib-
;erty' street, 2:30 o'clock. . . . :. !
. I ' Wednesday, February 4 . - v . -
-t 7 Salem Dakota club, basket dinner and program. f
1:30 o'clock, American Lutheran ehurch..
' Woman's Home Missionary society of -First M. ES. 9
' ehurch. church parlors. 2:30 o'clock. t -..-. , -
Missionary society of First Congregational church.
Miss Constance Kantnerf 853 North Commercial street. '
';2:30 o'clock. . , ' - ij ':''' 1 - "'-:-: i '-.:i-:-vr-
. Woman's Missionary society, First Christlaa i
church, 2:30 o'clock; church parlors.
Spring Valley missionary i society, Mrs. Charles Me-V,
Carter, 2:30 o'clock, i !- - ' , '"-
' t Aid society of Knight Memorial church, Mrs. E. L. t
Powell. 2160 Trade street. 2:30 o'clock. . :
1 Maccabees social club. Mrs. Lottie Smith, 1245
:' Market street, -I ; I ;'H . -.' - -,: -- .' ;-'L
j ; Thursday, February 5 r
I Hayesville Woman's dub, 2 I o'clock, Mrs. W. H.
Kay 2461 South Commercial) street.
North Salem W. CJ T.- U.. 2 o'clock, Jason Lea ;
church, business session. )
Mrs. R. O. Lewis hostess to members of the Brush
College Helpers. - - . ? .
7 Chapter G. of P. E, O. guests of Mrs. G. Knapp.
j ""j i Friday, February 6 yj C ;.;
T. M. C. A. program, 8 o'clock In auditorium of T; .
children giving program; public invited.'
! Nebraska club, mid-winter meeting, Parrish hall,?
Chemeketa street; : 30 o'clock supper; bring own table
service. j . I :"'". r ' '
. t . Mrs. W. C. Jones, hostess to Y's MInettes club, 1000
Capitol street. Apt.- 12;! 2 o'clock;; Mrs. Ralph Winn,
' speaker.- 1 j i ' ' '-' '' ' ' ! 1
First Spiritualist church circle, 8 o'clock, Mrs. Lu-
dlle Baker, 590 Unon street, f ) t .
Brush College grange at Brush College school
house; representatives of Dallas chamber of commerce
present. , j " ! "! - ' , l'
. United Spanish war veterans auxiliary, regular
meeting, Friday, '2:30, armory, i
i :, , i : - I- ?
. i Saturday, February 7
Illihee country - club will; sponsor Valentine dance
at club hoase. 1 j .
f D. A.R. will meet ; at Woman's clubhouse; regular
meeting. :i , j j
i Woman's Relief Corps, Millers hall at 2 o'clock.
Sigma Nu Chapter
Has Study Class
The Sigma Nu chapter of ;the
Delphian society met Monday in
the auditorium room of the city
library and enjoyed a study- hour
on the subject of Latin literature.
Mrs-i R. D. Paris. Mrs. Glenn
and Mrs. Hal Hoss were hostesses
for this meeting. , ; j
A business meeting preceded the
study hour; and it -was announced
that the next meeting would be
the regular time for election of
officers.. All members , are urged
to be present for this meeting;.
A resume of the last meeting
was given by Mrs. George Ross-
man, j Mrs.' B. B. Herrick land
Mrs. Oscar Lapham were the 'Del
phian travelers. Topics were tak
en by Mrs. Guy Smith. Mrs. L. L.
Nelson, Mrs. Frederick Decke
bach. Miss Xroretta Ford and jMrs.
Eldriedge An enorable eve
ning of : cards was - that spent
Thursday at the A. L. Collins
home when Mr. and Mrs.1 Collins
entertained a group . of friends.
Five hundred was In play until
a late hour when a midnight sup
per was served the following
guests:: - Mr. ' and Mrs. . George
Lemery. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hall.
FMr. and Mrs. .Romer and .Mr. and
Mrs. .Henry Stafford.
Mrs. Lottie Smith 'will be hos
tess to members of the Macca-
nee Social club at her home 1245
Market. street. Wednesday after
noon, i. ;.1 Ur i !
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The regular Y. M. C. A. i pro
gram hlch ts given each Friday
night In : the auditorium rooms
of; the Y will be a children's pro
gram land will begin at 8 o'clock.
The public la invited to attend.
: 3pot? ComrMt. ,
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; (Today's MenuP
A February Day
" Breakfast '
I Poached Efrra - Broiled, Baaoai
i Hilfui ; , .Coffoo i
Croaad Chaeao oa Toaat
Peach Saao Coeoannt Cooklea
i. - Ta
I i "-; Dinner - '
Chili iCon Carno Peppef
Broad - Plana Jolly
? . . Pear SaUd .
Ckoeolato Padding , Cream
Creamed Cheese on Toast, Serve Q
4 tablet poona butter- .
6 tablespooaa floor . - - .
X toaapooa aalt
leaspona paprika ' .
5 enp aailk .
3-9 cop ebeoaa. eat tine v .
1-8 teaipooa onions, chopped
t era;, well beaten. "?;.
tableapooM chopped vimeatoa i
j Melt butter and add flour,-salt
and paprika. When, blended add
milk' and cook' until T creamy
sauce forms. Stir constantly. Add
cheese, cook slowly and stir con
stantly until melted. Add rest of
ingredients and cook one jnlnute.
S.tir : constantly. Serve, poured
Over hot toast. : : "
Cocoanut Cream Cookies (4 doa.).
H euV batter ,
1 cap so tar . . , v
P cream ,
I teaipooa vaailla
ttteaapooa lemon extract
14 toaapooa aalt "
1 cup eooooant
4 cap almoado
2H capa floor
1' teaipooa baking powder
I Cream butter and sugar. Add
eeggs and ' cream and beat -two
minutes. Add rest of ingredients.
Drop portions from end of spoon
onto greased baking sheets. Flat
ten well. . Bake twelve minutes
in moderate oven. .
SKIRTS AND HAIR LONGER FOR 1931
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Mmrrrrv f-A Ar500MbOEl
Curls? act. Corn kg dj
Dancing Party is
An nnasually pretty dancing
party was that given by a group
of high school girls at Hatel
Green Saturday.- night. , The In
terior of the ball room was ar
ranged to represent a jangle and
created a most attractive deco
rative motif. - - . - -
-" Hostesses for the ' affair were
Misses . Lottie .Nash, Dorotha
Cannon, Jane Harbison,' Dorothy
Krebs. - Jessie ; Cooper, . Francis
Reed,' Roberta ."Varler. ;.Kathryn
Rowe. Charity i Watson, . Jewel
June Fitzpatrlck, Emma Varley,
Rosem ary Sawyer, j France
Walker, Lucille Nash, Evelyn
King. Helen Hauge and Phyllis
Hange. ,--.;"v:' ; - .
Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Reld -and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Nash , were
patrons and patronesses...
"Guests .present ". were the
Misses Georgia Nash. Peggy
Wagstaff,-. Helen Lange, Dorothy
Blalsdell. Harriett Bealle, Wllma
Glese, ; Dorotha Cannon, Betty
tteaa,. naset ; Johnson. Helen Ol
son, Roberta Varley. Jewell Fits-
patrick. Zelpha White,. Constance
Krebs, Dolly f Moogale, Phylll
Day, Rosemary Sawyer. Lv-
vonne watkins, Doryce Qaamme.
imogene Miltenberger. Madolyn
McKlllop, Helen En gle. Dorr la
Kemp, Esther Glbbard. Rosealee
Nasbaum, Jeanne . Lunsford.
Tetn Harris. Wllma Klnr. Jane
Fitzpatrlck, Lucille Nash. Althea
Allison, . Evelyn King. Ruby
roge, jane Robinson. , Lottie Fao
Nash, Phyllla - Hange, Nina
White, Daisy Varley. Dolores
Mills, Jean Eastrtdge, Bernlce
Fnrenian, Mable Ryan, Kathryn
Rowe, Kathlene Day, k Dorothy
Krebs. Dorothy Moore. Maxine
Myers, Echo Hall, Audrey Till
man, , Jessie- Cooper, . Lorraine
Kinzer, Kathryn Sheldon, Jane
Harbison; Frances Reld, Anna-
belle ' Hitchcock, . Donna ' Bishop,
Charity Watson, Mildred Zehner.
Messrs Sam Harbison, Don
Cannon, Fred Reidyl Laurence
Blalsdell, Dana Sanders. Glenn
Wilbur, Carl Collins.! Bob Jud-
son,- Leslie Whlttlngon. Floyd
Da Harpport, John Bone, Earle
v. Potter, Lynn Helse, Georga
Fowler. Robert Ramsden. Lorne
Kitchen, Fred Foreman, George
Miltonberge,1 Victor Bryant, Bus
ter Herrea. Robert Cannon, Jack
Groat, Bill Dyer, Virgil Harri
son, Bob' Eyre, Gordon. Whlttlng-
ton, Darwin - Calfee, . Loring
Grier,' Thornton Coffey. Curtis
Woolley, Edgar King, Paul Rei-
dy. Vernon McQuald. Fred
Wolfe, Edwin C. Enegren, Wes
ley Klelae, .Wray Morehouse,
Frank Willard. Lea Weisser. Er-
rol Damon, Bill Brinkley, Emma
Lee Varley. Vera Mathis. .Vera
Berg, : Anstln Gardner. Willis
West, Glenn : Woodry. . Edwin
Brlnkec, Charles Claggett, Clln-
toa . Standish, Olven M. Bowe.
Donald E. Woodry, Rollin. Re
pine. Clair Thomas, Merritt M.
Nash. Lawrence Brown, Allen
Earle, Melvin Travis, John
Diets, Mark Sachtler.
Members of the newly organiz
ed Lometakin group of Camp Fire
Girls report a successful dough
nut sale which they sponsored in
line with their work of rworklng
honors" done to . secure : higher,
ranks. The award of higher ranks
will be given at the council fire!
to be held in February. - Mary
Elizabeth, Hhusaker won the prize
ror selling the 'most doughnuts.
Others participating in this sale
were Loralne Vick, Nadine Con
way. Margaret Albln, Martha Cox.
and Joyce Chambers. The regu
lar meeting of this group, will be
neid at tne home of the guardian.
Mrs. K. Smith.' Esther Hunsaker
will.be assistant to Mrs.-Smith. ;
Miss Lena Dotaon and Mrs. Le
na Waters will be. assistant .host
esses with Mrs. Lila Lee. to enter-'
tain the members of the Salem
Music Teachers' asosciati on la
regular meeting at the Lee home.
73a center street; tonight. -
Mrs. E. L. Powell will be hos
tess to members of the aid socie
ty r of the . Knight Memorial
church at her home 21(0 Trad
street,. at 2:30 o'clock. Wednes
IJote i? Ftrnrra Stoutoca
The" annual mid-winter meet
Inr or the Nebraska elnh will
take place Fridav nia-ht hf Par.
rish hall on Chemeketa street. It
is expected that a larre aaaem
blare will be nresent for thia
I event, with man r member from
out or town m attendance. .. .
There will be served, at :
lo'alock a basket sapper, each
f familr with them their own ta
bla serriee., Following the dinner
nour taere x.Zil be a program.!
. Hubbard The dance sponsor
ed by, the ' Hubbard - community
band drew a large crowd to the
cltr hall Raturdav ultrlit Th
hall had' been, beautifully decorat
ed for : the . occasion In - a color
scheme of red and white bv Mrs
George Grimpg assisted by the
girls of th band. Musicians
were Dr. A F. deLespinasse. Clar
ence, Bevens, Franklin deLes
pinaase, Willis Duncan. Charles
ifyers. Mise Marie deLespInasae.
and Miss Anita Bevens. .Harvey
Moshberger and Melvin Mitts
were in charge of the door and of
tne xioor. - ' .
Refreshments were served by
the following committee: Miss
Marie deLespinasse, t chairman
Miss . Hazel ciavnool. Vitnr h1m
ClaypooL Mb Dorothy Scholl, as-
asiea oy- Mrs. George Knight,
Mrs. John Claypool and " Miss. Ra-
oy cnttenden, -
McCoy -r Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
Finn eatertained 30 of the.lr.
friends at dinner Thursday, even
ing. Thoae present were Mr
and Mrs. O, T. Roth, and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter. : nickev : of Am it .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell, and
oaugnier, Kooerta. Of Perrydale;
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks of McCoy,
ir. ana Airs. Henry Domes, Mr.
and Mrs. John Romlg, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Christensen, Mrand
Mrs. George Werner; Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Jennings, Mr. and Mrs.
George Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Ce
cil Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Tamer, -Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton,
Mrs. Gus Prang, Mrs. Emma
jRohde and Mrs. S. L. Stewart.
:.i ' Ot . .
Silvertoo Silvefton friends and
jrelatives; have learned of the mar
TUge of Ludvig E. Moe to Dor-
Oiny C HOIien. of Mannt Annl
The wedding is said to have tak
en place at Mount. Angel Monday
morninr. ' : . , .
Mr. Moe is employed at Port
land. He Is A former ' Silverton
boy and has a brother and several
sisiers nere, namely Joe Moe, Mrs.
Ben Bunrue, Mrs. Hans Jensen,
Mrs. Martin i Hatteberg and Mrs.
, The young . people will make
tneir home at Portland.. j
Turner I The Methodist Aid
society will hold a sliver tee,
Thursday, February 5, at 2 o'clock
at me. noma or Mrs. John R. Cox.
Mrs. E. S.. Prather and Mrs. T. : T
Palmer Will aasUt tha hmta.a
with the program and serving re-
iresnments. All ladies are cordial
ly Invited. ;
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Mr. Jessie Honeyman will be
the house, guest Of Mrs. L. HJ
Tarpley while she Is ; in . Salem.
Mrs. Honeyman addressed mem-'
bers of the garden club Monday
, i .
The First Spiritualist church
will hold circle at 8 o'clock Fri
day at the residence of Mrs. Lu
cille Baker, 190 Union street, cor
ner Of Church. t h
. - y- '
' Woman's Relief corps will meet
at Miller's hall Saturday afternoon
at o'clock. . 1 vj -''.I; v,.
NORTH HOWELL, Feb. 2-4
Mr., and Mrs. . K: D. Coomler. Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Wlesner, Willard
and Ronald Stevena drove to
Fairfield - Wednesday evening and
attended' the regular grange
meeting there. - . !
. W. H. ; Stevens, -who la a past
Pomona .matter and' past eounty
deputy, gave a very Inspiring talk
on . agricultural ' work in the
grange. : Mr. Stevens has just been
appointed chairman of the Mar
lon 'county Pomona grange agrl
eultnral committee. '- l
. Mr. and Mrs. George Lowery
and family, who have been. living
on' the Cutsforth place, have mov
ed to Brooks. ? -i
PRATDM. Feb.. 2. Peter Hot-'
Stetter is building another - new
brooder house. J Apparently Mr,
Hof stetter does' not ; believe the'
chicken business is' down ' and
out , forever. ? isXs: :- . ,.-.j: $
: Fred, de- Vries- is .building a
new milk house with, an auto
matie cooling system, :
M rs. Zona Fisher ' and the G.
Steiger family..: all,; f ron .Portland,-
were -v weekend - ' visitors
here. :4 i'4. ' -V ,
The Larson ' family Is building
an addition : to their house.
. The " new " electric - line -: exten
sion; which is going as far south
as ' the Cordier farm 'will soon
be in operation. The cables are
being strung' on , the .poles. -,;.Ci-'V ;
i KXJOY WIXTKU SPORTS
1 SILVERTON. Feb. J A group
of .Silverton young folk motored
to - Government Camp on i Mount
Hood Sunday to watch the winter
sports. Those in the party were
Peggy Goplemd, Esther - Towe,
Elain Clower. Ida Oas, Harry Lar
son, Merl Larson, Paul? Benson.
Roy Brady, Dr. H. ' E. Johnsoa.
They were Joined at Portland by
Ethel Larson, Helen! Short and
Lee Chalmers. , -j-: -
CTOIJX: VERY ILL i 1:
BETHANY, Feb. 2 . Joan Sa
tern, ,was taken : 111 -the. last Of
the -week and Is reported as be
ing quite ill this week. It Is said
the illness is kidney trouble. She
is cored so .her bed. :
standing; feminine motorboat rac
ing driver in the United States, to
whom has fallen the honor of be
Inf the first woman ever to be 'ad
mitted to membership by the Na
tional Men's Motorboat - Racine
A - 1 a.f a . "W
tvasoaauon at no Angeles, KM. .
SCHOOLS PROUD OF
WACONDA, ) Feb. 2 The ' at
tendance at Waconda and El
drledge j schools i' Is reported ex
cellent so far, this yeir: and both
schools are proud of their honor
rolls, i . '. ! . -. .
Eldriedge. was, ' among the 43
schools which - received ' certifi
cates from the office of the coun
ty school superintendent for each!
of the four months for having 95 i
percent or more of the pupils
present every day. Those having
an average above 89 percent In
all subjects for the first half of
the iyear are: k second grade. Ma-I
rie Hannegan, and Donald . Rom
er. third grade, Dorothy Sharff
and' Rosemary' Nusom, fourth f
grade, Leila Runcorn and Evelyn
Hall, sixth grade. Thelma Bruce,
seventh! grade, Dorothy Hanne
gan. For the last Quarter only.
are i Lela Woods. Nancy Keene1
and Edward GudgeL
The honor roll pupils at Wa
conda are those who have been
neither I absent nor- tardy and
have attained an average grade
of 80 per cent are.' third grade:
Dorothy Sabli; 1 fourth .grade,
Mary Meitfeof and seventh grade,
Frederick Sabll. -
DALLAS, Feb. 2 The circuit
court awarded Mrs. Worrell $400
In the damage suit of Worrell
vs. Estell. Tbls suit -was the re
sult of an auto accident near Sa
lem. ' j
Judge Walker did not sentence
D. C. Simmons today due to new
developments In the case. Sim
mons plead guilty to larceny In' a
dwelling. The case will be contin
ued next week. . t
Two arrests were made In Dal
las ; early Saturday morning. Ed
Harrison waa arrested "at his
home at 118 Church street for
being drunk and disorderly. Sher
iff Hooker and Chief of Police
Neufeldt made the arrest, :
Neufeldt arrested Oikle ' Peter
son for; driving a car with an im
proper license. Both Harrison
and Peterson are confined in the
Polk county Jail.: j t.,,-"- ,1 ;
;t PLAT IS PROFITABLE
PRATUM. Feb. 2. Over $40
were 'received from - the play
-Civil f Service" given at the
school r house Friday night. ' A
men's orchestra - from ... Popcorn
district la Polk - county - enter
tained the audience with musical
numbers "before ' and between
acta - which 'was very much en
joyed, t The play will be riven at
Popcorn Friday evening, Febru
ary .rr.- 'i';r-'t:' --1 v-H
McCOT. Feb. 2. Bettv Lou
Finn who underwent' a serious
operation at the Dallas hospital
Saturday, January 31, is recov
ering nicely which will please
her: many friends. ' ' !
; r 1 By C D'OBSAY .. -j
F' you were born In February,
. with your zodiacal 'alga In Pla
ces, you are very fortunate In hav
ing for your, birthstone the ame
thyst. For, according; to Paris
standards, , the violet hue of the
amethyst, la to be one -of the' out
standing fashionable colors during
the year. 1931;. amethysts promts
to b j more Important - la fashions
and therefore of more ralue. than
in many yearn. They are already
, being used for big-stone neck-laces
and,, are especially lovely when
combined ' with one of the stones
'Of 'their" only family roa quartx.
The superb purple or violet ahad
ings ef the amethyst,- which vary
ln depth,- la : said to come from
manganese. .' Although '. the atooc.
of deep color are aometlmea trailed
"orlentaJ," the real orlenUI araa
thyst la a . purple sapphire and Is
exceedingly nre.. One Greek leg
end. . baa , It ' that ; the meaning of
amethyst has to do with , wine be
cause! of Its coloring, and that .Its
wearer would never feel any evtl
effect from drinking, 1 - j
s Jlhis legend; is carrted" down' to
our times in the form of a warning
against excesses ln.apy form. Dla
slpatlon is said to have especial tn
Buenca upon the February-born,
and If over-indulgence were to
gala 'any hold. It would require
mere than human power to remove
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The rullnr Planet' for this period
ot . the year is Neotune. ruler ef
'i':-Thh Information Furnished
W OLEO R1ILL1S
. A protest against tha recent
ruling of the national bureau of
Internal revenue which allows
tha making of oleomargertne
with yellow palm oil and exempts
the product from the 10 cent tax
was made at the meeting of the
Salem Milk Producers associa
tion at, tha chamber of commerce
on Tuesdays v r f
The dairymen termed the rul
ing a "serious menace to the
dairy Industry" and commended
'those Salem merchants who " are
refusing to push the sale ot oleo
or , display. It . conspicuously. '
Many, producers from the- Sa
lem territory are planning to ' be
InTPortland today to attend the
annual meeting' of the state asso
ciation which is to be held at the
Central library building. The
first . meeting of the new execu
tive board of the state group will
be held on Saturday.
Courtney Home j
With Bank Head
Eugene Courtney of Woodburn
returned on Friday from his
tour. through Arizona, California,
Nevada' and Utah. The trip was
made in company with D. H. Otis,
director, of tha American Bank-
u General Passenger DepL,
637, Pittock Block. .Portland, Ore.
the subconscious. He glvea yon an
understanding of , humanity and
Ufa.. In general something which
may be -even beyond your jown
comprehension and1 may cause you
to become moody l and depressed.
Yon must avoid this tendency, as
you are lacking la self -confidence
and may miss some of the biggest
opportunities of your life that ara
likely to come to you in l3l. jf
new propositions ere presented to
you, do not magnify small ob
stacles to such an extent that you
spoil your own success. , However,
It would not be wise to accept any
thing that Involvea.
taU-the attendant responsibilities
Through the Courtesy of TOMEROY A KEENE,: JEWELERS
era ass oela t ion conci: ,:oa.
Courtney was awarded the ti cak
ing tour post because Oregon ha
again won the .highest place in
the banker-farmer Work of the
national association and Court
ney is chairman of the banker
farmer committer of the Oregon
. During the entire trip, which
began January 13, much boost
ing waa, done for Oregon in ex
plaining i work of the . Oregon
bankers in behalf of. farmers.
Roy Lockenour, ' Willamette
professor, has been recognized by
publishers for writing a vital ac
count of world affairs. Prof.
Lockenour has an article entitled
China's Court System" in the
last number of the Temple Law
Quarterly which Is published in
Mr. Lockenour has made some
Investigation In China . and has
specialized tin law and court pro
cedure. His article compares the
Chinese system with our own. He
points out the matter of the the
ory and the practice of the Chi
nese court system-not agreeing.
SenatorvWoodward Monday in
troduced a resolution authorizing
the governor to proclaim October
11 ot each year as "General Pul
aski's Memorial Day," la com
memoration ot the death ot Briga
dier. General Casimlr Pulaski."
IN Itrain COMFORT
PERSpNAUTY is the keynote of
charm on the distirrctrve Portland
Rose.;, decorations, furnishings,
the many exclusive features of
convenience, comfort, pleasure...
breathe the lure of the great North
west .Line hospitality of its people.
. Products from Northwest farms and
'streams have places of honor on
the inviting menus.
Clubfobservation car; radio and
fountain, service; valet, maid,
barber, bath. , it
ONLY THRU TRAIN
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
,lv. rerNo)nl . . 30 t. M.
Ar. Omvhm . , 8.25
Ar.St.Ut4a . , &3 A. M.
Ar. CKicate . . 8,i)A M.
Thru Sleepers to Sail lake
City, Denver, Omaha,
KTonsas City, Chicago.
Direct connection at
Omaha for St. touls.
Another daily train east
Soitdrt end tooriat
might drive you .Into a frenzy.
: Though you are timid about ad
vancing your own cause, your sym
pathy la unbounded for those whom
you - consider, aort- . unfortunate
than yourself, and you wUl do any
thing In your power aid them.
For this reason you r.iust be care
ful that your eraollora.1 nature la
not Imposed upon. Tou will find
the persons in Taurus, Capricorn
end riitces, nearer your own level.
Pisces creates writers, arUats acJ
leaders of larje Institutions e-jca
aa Chopin, Du Maurier and Baden
Powell. It even pro ura klnr;
Victor Emms nntl-af lUJy woo
corn under t: .1 t'-rt.
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