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The CIIEGON TTTATESMAN. aleia Orerroa. Thsrsday I ITomiar. February 19, 1S31
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Mrs. Susie Ott ; v
Is Complimented 2
'Habbard Mrs; Sasiei Ott wm
tb honor Ruest at a merry Val
entine party Saturday afternoon
whoa members of tne Pink and
Larend&r club celebrated her ssy-enty-tbird
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
R. C Painter. . ! ; m
The rooms were beantlf ully
decorated with small red heard,
, cnplds. pussywillows, and love
ly hoquet of red carnations and
frezta. a birthday gift ta Mrs. Ott,
The afternoon wa spent In
contest rame with Mrs. Allee
Wearer, the club president la
charge. Each person received a
Valentine and Mrs. Ott many
lovely clfta. birthday greeting
cards and Valentines.
A beautiful birthday cake cen
tered the table oa which was
placed a' pot luck luncheon. Mrs.
Edith Painter, hostess, was assist
ed at serving by her sister-in-law,
Mrs. P. D. Ott and danghter. Miss
Ulna Ott of Salem. Mrs. Ave Ma
lone and Miss Frances Weaver.
Amoag the guests present was
Mrs. Martha Bevens who recently
celebrated her eighty-first birth
Present were Mrs. Mary Kld-
ton, Mrs. Anna Sevens, Mrs.
Bart ha Bevens, Mrs. Lucy Thomp
son, Mrs. Maggie Crittenden. Mrs.
Rill7 Zeek, Mrs. Nettle Mayhew.
Miss Ros Jordan, Mrs. Lucy
' Sewell. Miss Gungadenei BIdgood,
. Mrs. Alice Adams. Miss Anita Bev
ens, Miss Merl E. DimIck, Mrs.
Mary Mallorr. Mrs. Myrtle Wolf-
er. Mrs. Maud Bidgood, Mrs. Elvie
Calvert. Mrs. C. S. McKev. Mrs.'
Mary Poulseni Mrs. Junla Dimlck,
Mrs,. Alice Weaver, Mrs. Ava C.
If alone. Miss Mlna Ott. Miss FTaa
ces Weaver, Mrs. P. D. Ott, Mrs.
A. Christen, Mrs. Edith Painter,
Mrs. Coble de Lesplnasse, Mrs.
Mat Us Crocker, and Mrs. Susie
Ott, guest of honor.
Mrs. E. E. Gilbert
Receives Circles j
Mrs. E. E. Gilbert opened her
home Wednesday afternoon to
the East circle of-the First Meth
odist church when this group of
women acted as hostesses to the
- South circle of the church,
The assistant hostesses were
Mrs. W. C. Young, Mrs. B. E.
Carrier, Mrs. J. H. HalL and Miss
'A program of music and read-
r Jngs was furnished by the speak
er and entertainment bureau of
Willamette university and was
given by Miss Doris Corbln, Miss
Beulah Graham, and Miss Elis
abeth Ogden. Following the pro
gram a tea and social hour was
Silverton Mrs. Ansel Solie
was hostess Saturday night In
honor to her husband, .whose
birthday it was.. Valentine dec
orations were used at the sapper
hour. Bridge at three tables
was in play. ,
Present were Mr. and Mrs. D.
C. Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Iv
erson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bye,
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Renwlck, Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Haberly, and Mr.
and Mrs. Solie. - V
The Salem Women's Christian
Temperance Union will hold its
regular business meeting . on
Tuesday at 2:30 in the hall on
Commercial street. The devotion
als will . be conducted by Mrs.
Beulah Ratliff. who has recently
become a member of the union. A
cordial invitation Is extended to
visitors. The treasurer will - be
glad to hare all memherihip dues
aid up by March 1 if possible.
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Miss Cora Wood of Bend,' Ore.,
attending at Monmouth Normal
school was visiting In Salem Fri
day and Saturday. Mrs. John
Robins entertained In her honor
for dinner Saturday with covers
for the Misses Cecil Adams, Mar
jory Hanna, Mildred Baa h man.
the honor guest, Cora Wood, and
the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
John Robins. - --.
; Silverton Mrs. Gertrude Cam
eron was hostess to the parents
of the members of her two fun
damental classes at a recital Fri
day night. The recital was giv
en in the form of a story which.
Mra. Cameron t$ld. Following
the recital the parents presented
Mrs. Cameron with a potted plant
and the children - showered her
with Valentines. : - ;
, ; ,
Mrs. 'John Albert 4 entertained
for members of the O. T. club at
her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
AUce Dodd of Portland, Mrs.
Louis E. Bean of Eugene and Mrs.
John H. McNary were special1
guests. . ;
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f Mrs. N. C. Kafoury will enter
tain for membera of the Woman's
auxiliary of St. Paul's Episcopal
Church at her home, 750 North
Summerjtreet, Friday afternoon,
beginning at 2:39 o'clock.
: FalrrleV Mrs.: Helen Houfle
of Los Angeles, who has been vis
iting her aunt. Mrs. Jessie Dent,
left Sunday evening for points
east. . . ,
-v. t ' ' d
Members of the Liberty Wo
man's club will be the guests of
Mrs. Brrce Cunningham Thurs
day at 3:30 o'clock.
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Tbarsday, rebrnary It
KOW e SO Kc-ForUaad
T :0O Dovotloaal eervieea.
T:80 Start a" the Pay. KBC. '
8:15 Cooklag school.
t:4S Barbara Gonld. '
16:00 Magaaiaa af the Air. KBC '
Il:0O Standard School broadcast. KBC.
ji:u LaaciMa concert,
13:15 Weatera Farm aad II onto, 2TBC.
r 1:00 World Book alaa.
; 1:01 Towa Crier.
i 2 : If atiaoa. KBG.
' 2:8J JaUa Hayaa.
.. 2:45 -Lefioa Prorraau -
3:30 t Uck and Cold Room, NEO.
- 8;45 The Tagaboada, KBO.
d :15 News eerviee. KBO. '.
4:30 Orgs a aad piane.
7:30 Suodard Symphaar Bear. 2TB 3
8:30 Amoa Aady. .
:00 -Deal taste review, KB 01
: Vocal and inatrameatai, i
SMS Toay and Beppo,
10:00 Apart talk.
10:15 Piano Paiatlnrs, KBO,
Consumption Aided by
Lower Prices; Tone
Of Butter Firm
PORTLAND. Feb. IS (AP)
Wholesale butter and egg prices
opened unchanged today. Butter
tone was firm with supplies in
creased to about even with demand
which was fairly active on all
grades. Buying; i however, was
mainly, tor immediate needs.
Eggs contlaaed to rule easy.
Supplies were liberal and price
shading icontlnued. Increased
consumption, as result 'of low
prices, was. noticeable. ' .
Country dressed : meats and
poultry , were steady. -
Fresh fruits and vegeUbles.
opened at generally steady price
levels.; Conditions In - the trade
were reported by the government
market news service as follows:
Export apple loadings are now
heavy, with prospects of 100 cars
to go aboard ships this week at
Portland. I Oregon yellow New-
towns now comprise almost the
entire ; export loadings here.
PORTLAND. Or IS (AP)
Pradnea ascaaBga. net pric: anttar, ex
tra a 28: aUncUrda ZS; mum firatg ST:
firata SO. ftrs. fraa axtraa 1TQ1I;
I rasa aaeaiama ioc
Nuts, Hay and Hops
"PORTULXD. Ora; PaK 18 CAP)
Kta wahtota. Califoraia mew. Ka. 1,
22SSai; OrTn, now; 2128c; abaoada,
22e; raaants. 013Va; pacana, X7a;
tU bevu. 15Q tie. .. -
Hay- wholesale baying prlcaa. daliv
ared Portlaad. atera Oragoa ttaaathy,
SSS.SO023;: do valley, Sll.50; at
f!fa. 1S.60 17.50; elovar. $16; aat
hay, $18; ataaw. 8?S taa ; aaUiag prieaa
$1 ta $3 aiara. .
Hpa 1930 crop, 15 18c
PORTLAXD. Ora, - Peb. 18 (AP)
1 t ' Qpaa Higa Law - Cloaa
May. , 6 6( 68 , 88 -
Jul , , 63 S3 68 68
Caak aaarata: wlaat. Wg Beod bhia
aten .68;.- tot t whiu. weatera whita .66;
hard winter, north era . apriag, weara
red .68. s , i '
Oata: Ka. 3--S8 ft. wbita 22.00.
Millrsa staadard 1T.88.
Cars: Kov 3 . T. aUjpaieat 36.S0.
Portland Li vest 6ck
POSTLAXD. Ora,! Peb. 18 AP)-
Cattla 60, calrea 10; taUrar ateadr.
Btaera SOe-SOO lba. good 8.006? 8.25:
aiediaaa 7.358.00: eoauaao ft.25($7.2S.
Steera. SOO-1100 lbi, food 8.00S.25;
Btediaaa T.25S.OO; aaaawa. 6.250 7.85.
Bteara HOO-ISOO lba. aod T.T66S.OO:
Btadiqaa T.OO37.75. Half era . 850-850
poand. good T.80 Q 8.00. Caws,
read' 6.25(3 6.75: . eoetiaaa aad : aaa-
diaaa 5.00 Q 6.35; low: rotter aad cutter I
S .5 05.00. i Balla (raarhnga excluded)
fl.Oaior5.75; enttor. camma and aaadrata
S.55.O0. Veatera. milk fed. 10.00
11.00; aaadiaaa S.SOIO.OO; eali aad i
ramaiea 6J0O6J0. . Calve 250500
lba gaod aad choice 8.50 fi? 10.00; eom-I
taa aad Biediaaa 5.00 8.50.
Hera i 1O0. ateadr.
Soft or aijia haga 'and roaating piga
ni-lieia).1 Lirat lirhta 14-lSO lba-
87.500 8.50; light weight 160-180 Iba
8.2568.50: licat wert 18O-S00 lba
8.25 tf 8.50; anedioai weight 20O-220 lba..
7.506 8.80; aaediaaa weicht 820-250 lba.
7.2568.25: heerr weighta 25O-290 lba.
T.5ftrs.oo; Heavy weiaftta Jio-sso jaa,
6.506t7.75. Packing o we 175-500 lba,
6 006TJO. T4n aad ataekar algi 70-
130 lba. 8.75010.00. .
8aaa 100 j Uaaba Bold 25a birber. .
Laoaba SO lba.. dawa. 87.0007.75:
aaediaaa S.OOgT.OO: all woiiraaa.. aoeaaaaa i
&.0w.H. Tearliac aretaara aw-iio
lta 4.50 6t 60. Ewea 0-120 lba, 8.00
(i 8.T5 ; wea 120-150 lba aaaditrai to ;
ebolca 2.50 1 8.50; all walghta, eaU gad
eommoa 1.50 2.50. : .
P0RTLANI Ore., Pao. IS AP)
Milk ateady -raw mtik ( par caath
$2.0 per awt. Pelirered Portlaad leaa 1
par eent: grada C milk. 81-50. Bettor-
fat delivered in Partland. 25c
i Paaltry ateadr baying prieei)
-alive, heavy bent ever 4i lba, 18a:
tedium hem. 3ft-4tt Ibt 14c; licit
Seaa, 12e; faring. 20c; Peklo daeka. 4
lba. aa4 over S4; colored dock. 15e;
tarkeya. Ke. 1 82e.
FoUtoe ateaty x graaeo, Dew
11.45 ewt.; No. 2 60S5e.
Dreaaed voaltry aellias prica to ra-
UUera: tarkeya. poor to good. 28S5e: I
J I T A Art . AM.ja.aa a OA ki
8-c lb. i . . ! t
PORTtAXD, Ore, Peb. IS (AP)
Froita aad vegetsbtea. : JVask frait or
anaev aavels, packed. S36J4; jumble
atock, $l.Q(a2; grapefrait. Florida
f3.154: Cal, $2,6503.75: llmaa, 6
iot. rartoB. $2.50; bananas, 6a lb. Lam
ens California. 85.00 66.
Cabbage local. 16jlHa lb. Potatoea
Oregon. Deeehatea, '$1-65611.45; local
816J1.10; yakiaaa. 90e6jl.80. Kew po
tatoea Tesaa triasaph. 82.10S2.25 for
60-lb. bag. Seed potatoaa local. S if
l)Ui la., Onioaa aeBiar -erica to Te.-
tailera. Oragoa N. 1 grade 6080o.
Uothonae Thaaara w aaftiagtoa: extra
faaey. 81-1561.25; fancy. $1C1-10;
choice. 6o675e par box IS lba.; Orogoa
Ka. 1. $1-65; Ke. S 81.25 box SO lba.
Arwchokea BOcQl.10. Spinach lo
cal. $ljil.-5 sranga bag. Craabarrias
aaatarn, $ltl bbU Celery California,
$1.40 1.73 far dot: kearta i.aof l.oo
de. bnaebeaj alnahrooata -kotbooae. 6$
CJ6Sa lb. Peppers beU, graaa. ise.
8vM Mtataoa CatiXoraia 4a lb. : eaat-
era. $3J1.T5 bnabeL Canliflower
Oregon. 75c6J$l; California. $1.40 01.50
crate. Pea Mexicaa. $8 crate; 17a
la. GarHa nerw, 8010a. Tomatoes,
hothooae. 82.75(28.23 crate et 10 lbs.;
Kexicaa. 85.25 lag. repacked. - Lattaea
Imperial valley. $3.23(25.50 crate, i
18:80 Havaaa Kjgbt.
11 :00 ilerrv Mhcera Melodies, KBO.
13:00 Iel Milaa'a orcbeatra.
1 : XSZ 1S0 Ke PertUad '
6 :0 Tow7ciock.
7:15 Morning Serenade, news.
7:45 Family Altar Hoar.
8:11 Salem Breakfast club.
8:45 Orgaa, MBS.
:00 Iovotional Eerviee, KB S,
11:1 The Bong Bag.
11:45 The Prefeaior.
11:00 Weather bulletin, sews.
12:05 Stadia. -
12 :80 Mid Day Wnticale. KB 3.
J :a Merry Motorist.
1:18 Doatal Lecture, KB 3.
" 1:45 Marge and Glea, NES.
2:00 Mardl 6raa, IBS.
8 :00 Tuna dialers.
1:80 SmiUa San. BS.
8:45 Tea Time Tales, NBS.
4:00 Newacatinr. -
4:15 Organ, KB, f .
4:45 IMaa Collins.
8:15 Summary i LacisUtara.
8:300. K. O. band concert.
:00 Weatera IXerchants, KBS.
9:30 Melodies and MeatorieV KB.
10:00 Sunshine Moor, KBS,
16:80 Orgaa, KBS.
114 15 Via Meyers erefceatra, KBS.
13:03 IXidnicha Kevellexo.
KOAC 56 Ba CervailU
11:60 lar Prograan
3 :00 Aroaad the Campaa. r
S :80 Hoaaeatakar Hoar, r --
8:80 Koata rardea.
6:80 Kwrm Prograas.-
Grade B raw 4 milk,
delivered la Salens,' f 2.0O ;
Bntterfat ; at farm 25c
Salens 20c. 1
v rauir akd vsoezabubs t
Pries raid to grewera by Salens bayers.
Teferaarr 18, 1831 , -
Apple, fatter . ,.1.3
Medians ' T 5-1-3 .
U. g.. Ms. I
Calf meal. 35 lba.
Cera, waola. torn - - a no to SS.OO
Cracked aad fraud, tea SS.0O-89.OO
Viirraa. to .,, ., 18.0OO.OS
Bna, ton ''"-"
Egg naa a, ewt. llj-Ui
Heaviea, : aeae
Mediant iiaaa .
et u as
G1AXV AJTD EAT
. unytag meas
Wbeat, westera red
Barl.v. ton SS.OO ta 38.00
Oats. gray. Va. ,. . , H
HaTI bariar eri
Oata sad Tateh, toa
Alfalfa. TalUy. Sad csttlag 15.00-17.OS
atera Oragaa . , - , , ,
Coauaaa . , 14.0Q
1 Ton rrada
JtorU raeifl) Kst Orewats Aaaa. Prleas
Faney ' "
Iiarga . " '
(DaUrarsd ia s-paaad tan)
Light amber aalaas
BalTes aas ptacaa
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Export Demand Poor
For Wheat Despite
CHICAGO. Feb. 18 t AP)
Bearish domestic crop reports and
pressure upon elevators to turn
ish storage apace for wheat tend
ed to bring aboat lower price oa
grains today. A farther handi
cap i nptarna was scant export
demand for North : American
wheat. Xteassarlng advices that
Russia wonld not he a large ex
porter of wheat led to price ral
lies of only. a, transient nature.
Wheat closed Irregular.
cent lower to aahade np. corn 4-5-S-
down, and oats at a shade de
cline to 3-S gain.
Salem Drama League
Program for Stayton r
Stayton Tha Stay ton "Wom
an's club Is sponsoring the ap
pearance of the Salem : Drama
league here on February 23, at
the high school auditorium. Be
side the : drama - league, Miss
Mary SchultsvTiollnist and Miss
Ruth Bedford, pianist will also
be heard. One half of the pro
ceeds of the entertainment ' will
go to the club. It will afford a
rare opportunity to the people of
this community to hear these
artists. .... - - -
A marriage of Interest to Stay
tOa and Salem is that of Miss
Noram Branch of Stayton and
Howard Slewert of Salem which
waa solemnised Tuesday" at Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Stayton will make
their home at Devll'a Lake. -
.08 to AW
Haga. 200 lbs, as
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Planned by Club
; Orchard Heights The mouth-1
lr meeting of the Orchard Heights !
Women's dab Thursday -at the
homo of Mrs. William Knower
was aa all, day session with a pot
tuck dinner: at noon. The day
waa spent In Quiltiag and la com
pleting plana for the quilt ahow to
be held Thursday! February . St
at the Oak Grore Grange hall un
der the auspices of the Oak Grove
Ladies Aid society hall under the
aasplcea of the Oak Grove Ladies
Aid society and f the Orchard
Heights club. 4 Old anllta
Is specially solicited and other old
relics may also be exhibited. No
prise will be given. All Inter
ested parties will be welcome aad
a pot lack dinner will be served
at mid day. . r
Members present were Mrs.
Cash Roberts, Mrs L. E. Reed,
Mrs. C. S. Matthews, Mrs. Isobel
Fawk. Mrs. Burnham Southwlck,
Mrs. J. W. DeLap.-, Mrs. C. H.
Fisher, Mrs. Albert Boutfler, Mrs.
Philip Boaftler. Mrs. Robert Ad
ams, Mrs. J. ,W. Slmmona.? Mrs.
William Cox. Miss Mary Walt and
tho hostess, Mrs. William Know
er. . : I '-'' '
Visitors were Mrs. Clinton Ken
nedy, Mrs. Fred Wilson. Mrs.' C
C. Ashby.end Mrs.i J. B.lkAshby,
both of salem and! Miss Mildred
Simmons. . - I
Moameath Mr. and Mrs. T,
K , Chambers entertained ; at .a
seven o'clock dinner Thursday ev
ening for the following friends?
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr and
Mrs. James Gentle, I Mr. and Mrs.
S. Dletrlqk, Mr. and; Mrs. Fred
O'Rourke, and Dr. and Mrs.
Hjalxaer Gentle" of! Salem. -The
rooms were gay; with Valentine
snggestlons, and red tulips cen
tered the dining table. Three ta
bles of cards were! la play after
the dinner. vj .
8haw i The Womans club oi
Shaw gave a Valentine party, at
the home of Mrs. Ed Amort Sat
urday. The rooms wera artistical
ly decorated with j red hearts.
Cards and other games wore the
feature of the evening and sup
per was served at a late hour.
Those present were Mr. and. Mrs.
George Amort. Mr. and Mrs. John
Amort, Ur. and Mrsi Lloyd Keen,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilbert, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
"Men Behind Whiskers'
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Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. John Bot
liner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Got tin.
Mr, andLMrs. WilUanv Berg, Mrs.
Kleeker, Mr. and Mrs. Elton
Brownell, Ignatlas Etzel, Mrs.
Mary Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Amort. Cleve and Adele Amort,
Portland, and Georgle Spencer.
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Mrs. Jemima Bason was com
plimented . with a dinner party
Saturday em the occasion of her
Sith birthday, 29 of which ahe
has celebrated In Salem. - Mrs.
Alma SVewls was a joint honor
guest with Mrs. Bason.
Guests for the- dinner 'were
Mrs. Bason, honor guests, aad
Mrs. Joe Cooley, Mrs. Delia
Smallwood. Mrs. J. i W. Spltler.
Mrs. R. G. Miller, Mrs. A. J.
Baylle, Mrs. Alma ShewU. Mrs.
Seth Williams. Mrs. ' . William
Pluntz, Mrs. W. E. Hobbs, aad
Mrs. Ed Jackson.
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West Salem The card party
given Friday night by the benefit
committee of. the Parent-Teacher
association was a social aad fi
nancial success. Mrs. J. A. Gos
ser, Mrs. Emmett Dickson. Miss
Roberta Peterson and Mlas Cath
erine Chandler was the commit
tee in charge. More than Ct per
sons were present and li tables
of SOO" were in play. Symbols
of St. Valentine's day were In evi
dence on the tables and about the
halL " Refreshments were served.
Players winning high score
were Mrs. B. L Ferguson and R.
M. Mltty. both of Eola.
Proceeds of the affair practical
ly complete the fund for purchas
ing and - installing an electric
. Palrview The Falrvlew com
munity club will meet Friday
night, A program-In charge of
Mrs. Ralph Dent, RosweU Wright
and Fred Morse has been arrang
ed. The refreshment committee
consists of Mrs. Jack Turnhill and
Mrs. RelndehL .
The quilt will be disposed of at
this meeting. The public Is cor
dially invited. !.
Mrs. Allan Bynon came to Sa
lem from' Portland to attend the
tea of Mrs. Frank Lonergaa and
Mrs. Wlllard Marks - Wednesday.
She will return to Portland late
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Mrc. Tom Leslie
Is Complimented ,
Mrs. C T. Hoover and Mrs.
Virgil Burson were Joint hostess
es at a miscellaneous shower on
Wednesday af terneon compli
menting Mrs. Tom Leslie (Dora
Knuths) whose marriage was a
The rooms of the Hoover home
were attractively deeorated In a
pink and v white color sob erne.
Three large white bells tied with
silver, streamers hung from the
arch between the two rooms. In
the center of the dining table
waa a graceful .pink ship with
largo white sails that contained
many useful- aad. beautiful gifts
for the bride.'- A tiny bride and
groom were descending the gang
plank. Late In the - af ternoon re
freshments were served by the
hostesses assisted by Mrs. Roy
-Those invited for the after
noon to compliment the - honor
guest were Mrs. Tom Leslie, Mrs.
Wj J. Hagedora, Mrs. Jack Heid
ler.'Mrs. Alice Youle, Mrs. E. R.
Macy, Mrs., Roy Thomas, Mrs. J.
C. Nelson. Mrs. Sam Rundletts,
Mra. Alethea Poague. Mrs. C W.
Russell, Mrs. Cart Graham, Mrs,
R. A. Bucklin, Mrs. Will Lucas,
Mrs. Fanale Hoover, Mrs. Paul
Gronke, Mrs. Charles Edgett,
Mrs. Dollie Gamble, and the hos
tesses Mrs. C. T. Hoover and Mrs.
Virgil Burson. '
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie plan to go
east In the - spring. Mrs. Leslie
has devoted considerable of her
life to writing and has become a
successful authoress. --..-,
Valseta Mrsv Henry Patton,
entertained Thursday afternoon
with two tables of bridge. '
i Those present were Mrs. E.
Sandstrom, Mrg.P. Stoltenberg,
Mra. L. Green, Mrs. B. Lebo, Mrs.
K. Miisr, Mrs. R. Harris, Mrs.
W. O. McDonald.
Mrs. Mixer wba first prixe,
Mrs. McDonald cut prise. ;
Mrs. James Davis of Portland
Is the house guest of Mrs. J. P.
Frizxel while in Salem attending
the legislative sessions for a few
- . " ' -Sunnyside
- A very enjoyable
time waa had Friday evening
when Miss Esther Heckart en
tertained with, a valentine party.
The evening was spent with
gvkov iprxserEcnves arc oh vcs-weite.) .
Et A OCTZCTTVB WITH
THCtK OI$4Uir5C9 OHJ3sst-
games and stunts. Those prese't
were Mr. and Mrs.. Keith Eyer,
Orval Gleason, Beryl Johnson,
Kenneth Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Dyer, Norval Gleason, Bruce
Caldwell, Isabel Taylor, j Grace
Chandler,' Mr anL Mrs. i Edwla
Caldwell. Ray Heckart. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Taylor, and the ho-v
teas Esther Heckart. - i'
. ! ' .- - : - -j- .
Quiet Event j
Silverton A quiet wedding
was solemnized Sunday at one
o'clock at the home of Mr. and
Mra. L. M. Larson when their
daughter, Ethel Larson and Leon
Sholmer of Portland were mar
ried. Rev. H. I Fobs reading the
ring ceremony. The bride's bro
ther, Harry Larson, and ' Mrs.
Franklin Dick of Salem were the
attendants. They left In the af
ternoon for' Portland where they
will make their home. ' ;
Present at ' the wedding were
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Larson, Harry
Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn
Dick, Rev. and Mrs. IL LI Foss,
Mr. and Mrs. W..C. Larson, Mr.
and Mrs. R. F. Larson, Mrs. Carl
Benson, Luclle Benson, Clayton
Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson,!
Frank Nelson, Mrs. Alvln Legard
and Denzel Legard.
Hubbard Mr. and Mrsi L. AJ
Bradea delightfully entertained at
their home Saturday evening.
The evening was spent playing
bridge.1 High score -went to Mr. -and
Mrs. Dick Buell and second
to Mrs. Dick Churchill and Elton
McLaughlin.- - i .
. ' Refreshments .were served t
the following guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Carvers of Doaald, Mr.;
and Mrs. Dick Churchill and Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Buell of Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Elton McLaughlin
and Mrs. Alice Wearer and Miss
Frances Weaver of Hubbard.
T i - ' -
Falrvlew Thelma and Dixie
Rose were hostesses Saturday aN
ternoon at a Valentine party.
Among the guests were Bessie,
Clara and Dorothy Benson, Jo
sephine and Rowena - Jones aad
Sarah Morse. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lonerrad
entertained as their dinner gnesta
Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Gouley
Gouley Tuesday evening at the
Marion hotel. 41
By BEN BATSFOR0
By JIMMY MURPHY: