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Tho OHEGO;? STATESMAN, galea, Oregon, Thursday Horning. March 19. IS 31
Society News and Club Jiffiiis
Olive IX. Dais. Society Editor
I!Irs. 17. l7aton
: Thursday Club
Mrsl "William "Walton will en
tertain the memberi of the Thurs
day club at her nome tuts arter-
naon with a one o'clock luncheon
followed br an afternoon of I
far da, -, '
Snecial ruesta will be Mrs Ju
lius Meier. Mrs. T. A. Liresley.
Mn. O. F. Johnson, ana airs.
"William Boot. Club members are
lira. Darid W. Eyre. Mm. Harry
Hawkins, lira. O. C Locke. Mrs.
Henry Meyers, Mrs. George Rod
ger. Mrs. Frits Slade. Mrs. Dan
Yrr. Jr.. Mrs- John McNary. i
Mrs. A. Bush, Mrs. Frank Snede-
mf who la now in the east, and
Mrs. V. R. Griggs
. Mrs. V. H. Griggs bat had as
Iter house guest for the past few
days Mrs. R. E. DeTney of Great
Falls. Montana. During the brief
visit, several informal afternoons
of cards and . informal evenings
hare complimented Mrs. Derney.
Saturday night Mrs. Griggs en
tertained with a bouf fet supper
harty In compliment to Mrs. DeT
ney and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rose of
Portland, the latter of whom were
weekend . cnesta at the Griggs
home. Covers were arranged for
15. " '
, Mrs. Dereny will leare Salem
for her home this morning. ;
Hears Dial Talk
The Encinitis club heard an ex
planation of the use of. the dial
telephone system at the regular
dinner meeting of the club Tues
day evening. Mrs. Leona Boelens
and Miss jeweu uox representee, i D j
the telephone company In these I KeDeKan LOuge
talks. -. r
Mrs. Elizabeth Gallaher waa a
: special guest for this meeting.
Club members present wese Alice
Falk. Mildred Jndson. Gertrude
Chamberlain, Genevieve Ander
son. Marie Waldorf. Olga Gath.
Esther Hllmer, Bessie Tucker,
Leila Parks. Dorothy Franks. Ma
bel Cnrrle, Bettyf Elofson, Jewell
. Cox. LaVada Carter. Ruth Roblin,
Eileen Gilson, Evelyn Poulsen.
-, Mabel Wiederkehr, Helen Rich
ardson and Erna Bat term an.
r - I
.. Thursday March 19 U ! "'
... ....... ( . ' :l ,
; Faculty Woman's club. Miss Helen Pearce, hostess .
at home. X67 North Winter, 2:30 o'clock. t : ;
Hayesrille Woman's club, at Mrs. Claude Talmas' ,
1310 Market street, X o'clock. - H
Chapter G. of P. E. O. sisterhood. Mrs. A A.
Schramm, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Fred Toose will read paper
on 'Our Pioneers, Lest We Forget i " T v
r ' Ladies of 41. A. R. will meet for one o'clock lunch
eon in armory; eomrades are invited. ) f- ?
i Clear Lake Woman's Missionary society, at C. L.
Beckner home, afternoon meeting. "
. r ' Brush College Helpers, Mrs. V. L. Gibson hostess 1
at her home. ' . ' ' .--s--
, . United Artisans potluck dinner :30 o'clock; f ok'
lowed with program and dancing at 8:10 o'clock; Arti
sans and friends inrlted to attend. 4
r Liberty Woman's dub.' 2 o'clock; Mrs. Ed Dencer.
. Merry Mlnglers will meet at 2 o'clock with Mrs,'
Fred Scharf. .. : . .
' All officers and guards of Women's Benefit associ- -atlon
requested to be present for the regular meeting, -I
o'clock. Woman's clubhouse.
Friday, March 20
Mrs. Minnie Grimm, hostess to members of First ,
Spiritualist church circle, 8 o'clock, residence j 1B1B
North 20th street. I t 4
j Hayesrille Community dub, 8 o'clock, schoolhouse,
! Mrs, W. M. Stoddard. Calrary Baptist church mia
aionary society, her home, route No. 2; 2:30 o'clock.
Auxiliary to Sons of Veterans, 2:30 o'clock,! home
of Mrs. G. F. Tyler, 883 South High street. 1 .-
1 Silrer Thimble dub. No. 4, bridge and "BOO" aft
ernoon at Fraternal temple, 2 o'clock. j !
Auxiliary to U. S. "W. V. meet for monthly! social
meeting with Mrs. F. A. Thompson, 17B South Com
All-day district Institute Woman's Missionary so
ciety. Evangelical ehiirch, 13th and Center street, be
ginning at 10 o'clock. 1
Women of Salem Golf dub, flag tournament and
no best luncheon at club house.
Saturday, March 21
One o'clock luncheon, compliment to Mrs,
Reesi national president of woman's Alliance,
room of Unitarian church. Mrs. George Trott In charge,
O. T. Club Guest.at
; R. P. Boise Home r ,
The "spirit of St. Patrick was
; , present for the decorations of
the luncheon table and guest
rooms of ; the R. P. Boise home
i utwitr axiernoou wnen mrs.
. Boise entertained for members of
" the O. T. club at her home on
Summer street. Corers were
' placed for; 12, the total club mem-
'berahin. and followinr lnneheon
. bridge was In play at three ta
; bles. t
- Mrs. John Rand will be hostess
to the O.; T. club at her home
The! annual "home coming"
and 'the celebration of the 36th
birthday of Salem Rebekah lodge
No. 1. was obserred Tuesday
night with a program and social
meeting which proved to be. an
unusually pleasant affair. , r .i
Aa Interesting history of the
lodge was glTen by Grace M. Tay
lor; orchestra numbers were pre
sented: by Beardsley's orchestra;
an Instrumental skit was given by
Dorothy Franks; readings were
presented by Evelyn Cummings;
and Rer. H. C. Storer sang a
group of solos. Roll call was an
swered by 150 people.
Following the program refresh
ments were served by the social
committee. Mas. Cora Van Pelt.
Mrs. Ida Hostettler, and Mrs.
Florence ? Yarneli.
Mrs.! William Brown
The president of the national
Women's Alliance of the Unitar
ian church Mrs. Thomas B. Raes.
accompanied by her husband, will
be a weekend guest in Salem.
The Women's Alliance of the
ocal Unitarian church will enter
tain with a one o'clock luncheon
in compliment to Mrs. Rees Sat
urday in the social room of the
church.' Mrs. George Trott is In
woman as well aa actire in. the
Alliance ot the Unitarian church.
April 14, J
Improrement club met Thursday
for Its regular day of Quilting.
One quilt was finished and two
more were put in. The club will
meet again Tuesday to finish up
: the work on the two quilts start
ed. Those. present were Mrs. Ce-
eil oyd, Mrs. Guy- Smith, Mrs.
t Eck Dutolt, Mrs. George. Garner,
Mrs. Roy; Smith, Mrs. Alex Har
old, Mrs. Amos Smith, Mrs. Fred
- Hammack and son Jlmmle,. Mrs.
Ballard, Mrs. V. B. Boyd, Mrs. J.
. C. McFarlane, Mra. Ector. Mrs.
Robertson. Mrs. W. Clement, Mrs.
Mrs. J. O'Nell, Mrs. Ruby Me-
Clung, Miss Pearl Baker and ifrs.
Brooks Mr. and Mrs. ; Sylves
ter Harris entertained with a
Mrs. B. O. Schucking entertain
ed with an Informal luncheon and
social afternoon at her suburban
home Eola Acres" Wednesday
afternoon. The affair was In com-
The Clear Lake An Wday of Mrs.
" ikixmin ' Diuvn. Airs. ituuoipn
Prael of Portland, sister-of Mrs,
a group of Portland
friends motored down for the oc
casion, j Covers were placed for
Hubbard Richard W a t k i ns
was honored on his 11th birthday
anniversary at a birthday dinner
party by his mother. Mrs. E. E,
Watkina Tesday afternoon. Games
were played after which the din
ner was served by the hostess. A
color scheme ot green carried
out the St.. Patrick's day motif
lor the decorations. A lovely cake
decorated with 11 candles traced
the center of the tables at each
end of ? which was placed 'a tall
candle. j Corers were placed for
Alias Barbara Cornell. Miss Phrl
"SOO" party-in their home Tues-118 Brown, Miss Ruth Junghlckle,
'day evening. At the close of the
erenlng a "Jlggs" supper 'was
erred to the following guests:
'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harold, Miss
. Marie Harold, Robert Massey. of
". Qulnaby, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
' Coomler and Miss Lois and John
. Coomler of North Howell. Mr.
and Mrs. Clere Shields of Salem
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lengrea
of Hayesrille, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
i Harris, Miss Larene Harris and
-Albert aHrris, and the hosts Mr.
. and Mrs. A B. Harrla. v
i .'. . .
Wallace Road Mrs: William
- M. Stoddard will-' entertain - the
Calrary Baptist Missionary so-
- eiety at her homo on the Wallace
, Road Friday. Members in Salem
-who desire to attend are request
. ed to meet at Calrary ' Baptist
' church in order that all may hare
a conveyance to , the Stoddard
-home. ' k r
J - e v .
Brooks Mrs. Grant Blxler en
"tertalned with a party Monday In
. honor of her small granddaughter
. Delores : Sargent's fourth birth-
day. Her i guests being Kreta Fae
Aahbaugb, Mrs, i Cecil V, Ash-
baugh, Mrs. Johnnie Gilbert and
.Mrs. James Riggi. Delores re-
: celred several nice gifts. Kreta
Fae Ashbaugh spent the night as
.guest of' Delores. t
. S ,
Mr. and Mrs. Berk Jones are
' receiving congratulations upon
the birth of a baby boy, born
March 6 at the home of Mr. Jones
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
'Jones. This Is their second child.
- . j -
Hazel Green MrsvW. W. Ra
therrora was hostess to the Nemo
Sewing club Wednesday after-
inoon. .The club will be hostess to
. the Sunshine Sewlnsr duVat Mrs.
'Lewis Wamplers home on March
1. . ;
Miss Dorothy Pearce will re-
ceire members of the Faculty
Women's dab of Willunetta unt
iTertity at ner noma Thursday aft--ernoon.
Assisting Miss Pearce
.will be Mrs. Ma-E. Peck, Mrs.
Paul Edwards, and Mrs. . XL R-
Miss Marjorie; Rich. Miss Carol
Moomaw, Robert Wearer. Charles
Knight, Harold Wolfer, James
Bldgood, Max Moomaw. V e r a 1
Herahberger, Kenneth Bldgood.
cnton Vredenberg, and the guest
or honor, Richard Watklns.
An especially raluable lecture
was given Monday night before
members of .the Leslie Parent
Teacher association by William
Fox. rural supervisor for Marion
county schools, on the subject of
"4-H cm b work tn the City." As
business enacted by the club, the
most important was the appoint
ment' of a nominating committee
to submit names for voting for of
ficers at the May Meeting and the
appointment of a committee to de-
rise waya of spending the money
in the P. T. A. treasury to the best
advantage to the school.
:: ;( i- . e
Scotts Mills The R. N.
club : held Its auction sale of
aprons and tea towels In the L O.
O. F. hall Wednesday evening.
with Fred Hasklns acting as auc
tioneer.' The sale brought 130.79
as a total amount.
. ; e
Qulnaby The Royal Neighbor
sewing; j club met Wednesdsy at
the home of Mrs. C L. Beckner.
The day was spent In quilting for
Mist zutette painter.
The next meeting win be Frl-1
aay, aiarcn zv.
iWritera Club Has
One of the most delightful ev
ening meetings to be remenfbered
by members or the writers see
tion of the Salem Arts leagno
was that for which Dr. and Mrs.
H. J. Clements were hosts Tues
day night. Although the hosts
were not members of the club
they opened their lorely home on
North 14 th street to the members
as their special guests for Thurs
day nlghU ' ' :. . ' '"; ! '
As Is the custom of the dub.
original nnmberg were read by
rations members. Followinr the
program hour, a delightful buffet
supper was served by Mrs. Cle
ments assisted by her nephew,
Charles Campbell. Mrs. J. M. Clif
ford, leader of the dub, and Mrs.
F. G. Franklin poured. . . ..
Special guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Clements for the erenlng were
Mrs. Mildred Lenoir. Dr. and Mrs.
Ralph Winn and Charles Camp
Section members present were
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cronemiller,
i Mrs. F. A. Well, Mrs. R. C. Pan
jlus, Mrs. W. F. Fargo, Dr. and
Mrs. F. G. Franklin. Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Clifford. Miss Grace Gilliam.
Mra. Jessie Singleton. Miss Laey
Higglns. Dr. Mary Rowland. Mrs.
Blanche Jones, Perry Relgelman,
Mrs. B. L. Steeres and Mrs, J. A.
Jelderks. ":-r v i
House Warming j
Mr. and Mrs. D. i D. Olmstead
were dellghtfnuy surprised Sat-
urdar . erenlng when a rroun of
their Neighbors of Woodcraft
friends gathered to wish them
mncn nappiness in their new
During the erenlna Mr. and
Mrs. .Olmstead were presented
with a beautiful rase as a gift
lor mo new homo.
Cards and general social actlr-
I ties followed by light refresh
ments completed the evening:.
Tnose who enjoyed the dellrht-
fl affair In addition to the honor
guests. Mr. and Mrs. Olmstead.
were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Town-
sen, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Shaw,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fandrich,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray, Mrs.
ietue Hansen. Mrs. Glenn Ad
ams, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Itonnls.
Krancls Wllllama, Mrs. HatUe
Kennon, Mrs. Pauline Clark, Mrs.
Rosa Brownlnr. Mrs. i Znllnakl.
One of the happy SL Patrick! The Past Noble Grands aasocla-
celebratlons of Tuesday night at I tion was charmingly entertained
T. 1L a A, was mat sponsored by I at tns noma of Mrs. Etta Hodgo
Mrs. R. W. Haas Salts, assuted by I Tuesday erenlng with a St. Pat
Mrs. AlUa McCain. Mrs. J. Jep-1 rick's party. - Mrs. Sarah Huttin,
sen. Mrs. Raymond Kites, Mrs. W. 1 Mrs, Amy Mills, and Mrs. Bertha
J. Mlnklewits, Mrs. M. a Moynl-1 Wolf e assisted Mrs. Hodge. A
ban. Mrs. Henry Kolstsr and MIsf I profaslon of spring flowers mad
Esther Glbbard in compliment to the guest rooms exceptionally at-
aoout xuv memasra ana irwnos i itcut.
of the Salem Symphony orchestra
ot. which Dr. R. W. Hans Selta la
Following tho regular practice.
refreshments were served from! a
Guests for the afternoon ware
Edith McElroy, Clara shields,
Wllda Slegmund. Ethel Fletcher,
Sallie Curtis, Helen McLeod. Ida
Hostettler. Lenora KrieseL Erelrn
long table beautifully graced with j Naderman, Ardona Pratt.. Anna
cake arranged in many tapering I netl, Dora Hill, Addle Hammer,
uyers and with hand tinted sym- iuraco weeper, xaa Tragiio, Eu
cnarge of the general arrange-1 Mrs. Thomas Teeann m An,w
Iter Stella. Prp1 anif Xtr TTw..l
t ... i . .
to ma. scut C1UD I Aaama.
She has been one of the hoard of fiVirs. rosier VOnC
directors of the Massachusetts Contract Club Hrwr
several Important committees of
that organization. She also was
chairman of the Women's Re
publican . committee d urine the
past political campaign. " "
Both Mr. and Mrs. Rees hare
spent mueh time In ! Europe stu
dying conditions there. One year
Airs. Rees studied the actirlfles
of the Alliance of the Unitarian
church In England.
Plans are being made for the
entertainment of Mr. and Mrs.
Rees during their short visit in
Brooks Mr. and Mrs- B. F.
Ramp were hosts for the Brooks
community club party Friday
eremng at tneir borne on the Pa
cific highway north of Brooks.
Progressive "500" was enjoyed
until a late hour when refresh
ments were served by the elnb la.
dies. High score prizes were won
by Mrs. Art Rasmussen and-C. A.
saney and low scores went to
Mrs. Raymond Blanton and Del
YiiSl0 p8?nt w.e; Ml; members of tho Liberty Woman's
Mrs. Foster Cone entertained
the members of her contract club
at luncheon in her home on Ben
Ixmond Tuesday afternoon.
uemners nresent included Mra.
John Caughell-Jr., .Mrs. Gordon
Hadley, Mrs. Willard 5 Marshall,
Miss Korena Eyre. Miss Char
lotte Zleber, Mrs. Conrad . W.
Paulus, Mrs. Jacob Werle and the
nostess, Mrs. Cone.
xiuoDsra a group of com
munity guild members from Hub
bard enjoyed a meeting of tho
Federated women of the Wood
burn churches Tuesday after
noon. Present were Mrs. Alice
Adams. Mrs. Margaret MoMan
nls. Mrs.-Jane Pulley. Mrs. Neva
McKensle, Mrs. Ethel Johnson
Mrs .Marie Claypool, Mrs. Junia
Dimick, Mrs. Wilms Leftler. Mrs.
Msy Hampton Mrs. Mary Cola-
man and Mrs. Catherine Slltten-
Mrs. Ed Dencer will receive
and Mrs. C. A. Bailey. Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Art
itasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Jtuanton Jr.. willard Ramn.
air. and Mrs. Rollie Rsmp, and
son Derwood Ramn. Mrs. Mary
Mathews, Del Vibbert, Mrs. Mary
Martin, Arlene Rasmussen, Cleo
Ramp, Mrs. J. S. Dunlayy and the
nosia Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Ramn.
Sllverton Mrs. G. B. Bent-
son, county president of the
TtV - . - a
tv omens jreaeraiton. was a re
cent luncheon hostess for mem-
ners or the county board. Mrs.
Bentson was assisted by her sis
ter, Mrs. jsd Hoiden.
Covers at the table were placed
for Mrs. D. H. Looney and Mra.
J. G. Fontaine of Jefferson, Mrs.
xx. j. Tate or stayton. Mrs. Bow
ers or suhiimlty. Miss Mattle
Beatty of Salem, Vera Otta way
ot waiuo Hiiia and Mrs. Bentson
ana Mrs. Hoiden.
The purpose of the board meeti
ins; was to make plans for the
spring meeting which will be held
at Stayton April 23. The board
will furnish the sneaker and th
hostess club arranges for the re
mainder or the program, x
- The federation includes about
21 women's dubs of Marion
county and it is expected that
aoout 160 women will represent
tne organization in Stayton.
.; : I ;
Mrs. F. A. Thorn Dson will be
hostess to members ot the Auxil
iary to the United Spanish War
Veterans at her home 1S7S South
Commercial street Friday after
noon. Mrs. Ida Jirod and : Mrs.
Elizabeth Green will be the
slstant hostesses for this social
afternoon of the auxiliary.
dub at her home Thursdsy after
noon at 2 o'dock. Mrs. W. J. Fair
and Mrs. F. A. Etickson will as
sist Mrs. Dencer.
iMro, Etta Hodna
many bouquets of spring flowers.
and centered with, a St. Patrlck'a
Hnnsaker, Florence Shields, Ger
trude Cummings, Florence Tar-
boys ot SU Patrick adorning its
white leed surface. - Mrs. W. J.
Mlnklewits was responsible for
Scene of Party -
Hubbard The country homo of
Mr. and Mrs, Julius Stauffer was
the scene of a gay bridge dinner
party the ere of 8t. Patrick's day.
Shamrock and Irish motifs for
ths decorations and favors were
la keeping with tho spirit of tho
day celebrated. . ,v-r-
A T o'clock; lncheon was fol
lowed by an evening of bridge
with prises won by Mrs. George
Grlmps, Mrs. eLster Wilt A. J.
Smith and Elmer Stauffer,
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. El
ton . McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs.
genla Slegmund, Josephine Erik-
son. '- i. .i ."' ;
Miss Olive Shurts and Mlia
Pearl Ostermaa. attended the
luncheon given by the state fed
eration or musie clubs. Friday, at
the hotel Congress in honor of
tne leading artists of the Chica
go Civio Opera company.
Letter ; Claims
In Brooks Case
BAN DIEGO, March 18 f API
Two notes, both purporting to
be from persons who eonf eased
tney killed Virginia Brooks and
left her body jn Carno Kearney
Georgo Grlmps. Mr, and Mrs. E. w-r etof inTMtl-
O. Ericksok. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo fHtJtl Wlltt.KJS11?
F. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. f?cer . M to
Clearer. Mr. and Mrs. Orlia Boje, I V;Z- tr"' mVwri'
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McMannls,
Mr. and Mra, A. J. Smith, Mr. viiVt... t7i ' 1-uonvner
and Mrs. Elmer Stauffer. Mr. and Virginia University avenue home
ana was signed "The Doctor."
The signers of this note said he
had committed the 'Derfeet
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. JuUus mV "? hd left f! cla.?h
and Mrs. Elmer Stauffer, Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Will, Mrs. Winnie
Kor.hnr Mra. Man. ViKmiiI.
Mlas Mildred Smith, and the host
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hawkins en
tertained members of the Loyal
Berean class of the Court street
Christian church at their subur
ban home Tuesday night. A bus
iness meeting preceded an enjoy
able evening of games and mu
sic. with refreshments served at
a late hour.
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Mltler, Mr. and Mrs. B. T.
Shoemaker. Mr. and Mrs. a.
Hawkins, Mr. and' Mra.. Shaw. Mr.
and Mrs. O. P. Wegner, Mr. and
Mrs. Baumgartner, Mrs. Rilda
Priem, Mrs. Hazel Priem. Mrs.
Esther Krueger, Mrs. ID. J. Win-
kenwerder, Mrs. Harry Beeaon,
Mrs. Bessie Updegraff and Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Hawkins.
Dr. Horace Westwood of Hing
ham, Mass has . been the house
guest of Mr. and Mra. John Clif
ford for the past two days. Hing-
ham was also Jhe home of Mrs.
Miss Dorothea Steusloff enter
tained' Tuesday evening with an
attractive St. Patrick's party In
compliment to Mrs. G. F. Cham
bers. Cards were in play at eight
Mrs.' James Toung entertained
members of tho Alpha Chi Omega
Alumnae club at her apartment In
Royal court Monday night,
e e e
Mrs. John W. Antrlcan and
amall aon are expected back la the
city within a few days. They
hare ben spending soma time In
Miss Kathry Sheldon of .Tole
do will be a xuest at the John
Harbison home during the basket
ball tournament In Salem.
e . e . e
Mrs. R. P. Boise and Mrs. Brey-
man Boise will be hostess for
smart bridge luncheon at the R.
P. Boise home Friday afternoon.
Corers will be placed for II.-
second note was sent by mall to
enter of Police Arthur Hill and
though unsigned the writer claim
ed he had slain the girL George
Sears. Lieutenant of detectires. in
cnarge or tne Brooks case, said
he placed little credence in either
US OF D
Residents "of the Englewood
and Highland school districts will
appear before tho school board
asking that that body reconsider
its decision not to build additions
to the grade schools in these dls-J
trlcts, considered likely, accord
ing to reports.
While residents took no appar
ent Interest when the board bad
th matter before it on three con
secutive meetings, the board's
aetion in turning; the building
propoeitlona- down is said to be
arousing the groups.- A tentative
date tor a mass-meeting in the
Highland district has - been set,
and the Englewood Community
club Is scheduled to hare the mat
ter before Its next meeting.
The school board - tabled the
building matter Indefinitely at the
same time appointing the city su
perintendent and Mrs. Roy Keene
to make a thorough and compre
hensive surrey ot the entire
school district, looking toward a
careful building program for the
Nichols Again :
WASHINGTON. March 18
(AP) Spurred by official word
that she had broken the women's
altitude record. Miss Ruth Nich
ols, society arlatrlx has added
a 100 mile an hour record-equalling
-flight between New York
and Washington te her roater of
Ribs Fractured z
By Savage Bull
PRINEVILLE. Ore.. March 18
(AP) C. C. Elder of Powell
Butte suffered sereral fractured
ribs todsy when a bull he was
lendina- attacked him. Help sum
moned by a child who saw the at
tack enabled Elder to escape. .
Let Dr. Caldwell help whenerer
-l.lt.. . ...,l.h A KTI..I
or um wu(ui lum,
His simple prescription win
make that bilious, headachy,
cross boy or girl comfortable,
happy, well In Just a few hours.
It soon restores the bowels to
feaalthv rArnlkrltr. - It helna
"break-up" a cold by keeping the
bowels tree from sickening mu
cus waste. :
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is
Ideal for children. ! They, like Its
syrupy taste. It does not tripe;
never weakens them. It Is safe
eren for a tiny baby.
Ton hare a famous doctor s
word for this laxative. Dr. Cald
well's record of having attended
over 3500 births without loss of
one mother or baby is believed
unique In American medical nis
tory. ! .
Get a bottle of Dr. caidweua
Syrup Pepsin from your drug
store and hare it ready. Then
you won't hare to worry when
any member or your ramiiy is
headachy, bilious, gassy or con
stipated. Syrup Pepsin is good
for all ages. It acts quickly;
doesn't sicken. It sweetens the
bowels; ' increases . appetite
makes digestion more complete.
Da. W. B. Caldwcu.s x
A Doctor Family Laxative
foticuo Is a slcnal
A cold does 3 things
I ''Pajpo s" stops them all ;
A eold always affects you In at
least three ways. Air passages
are tnfUmed and irritated. Per
spiration Is checked. Bowels are
clogged with add- wastes from
the mucous discharge. So doctors
say yoa must do threa things to
bo rid of a cold.
Pape's Cold Compound does
all three! It reduces inflamma
tion and swelling of the mucous
membrane; ' it Induces perspira
tion: opens the bowels. Chew
one of these pleasant tablets and
see how quickly nasal discharge
stops; head clears; breathing be?
comes easy.. See how that achy,
feverish, weak feeling disap
pears. And "Pspe'a" doesn't
stop with killing cold germs. It
activates bowels and removes
germs and add wastes from the
system.' -All drug stores 8 So.
Just remember "Pape's". .
Tkoa lead's el workers nd
shoppers overcome fstlg
la ssld-afternooa by eatUtf f
- (eeel or aVinklnf barsfsfa
with sugar la H. .
It fl vxwiit to endure
fstlgue. For fatigue may de
velop into exhaustion, and
when the system Is in that
state, It has rlrtnslly no re-
.slstance. Colds . and other
common Ills ,aro Inevitable.
It Is a good idea when you
feel fatigued to stop's mo-
: ment and eat or drink some
thing sweet Such foods or
berersges are a ulckly di
gested the boar is nonr
ished, and the energy In the
sugar is ready at once to re
new rigor. , r:: ' y'::
. Appropriate sweet snscks
can be had In soda fountain
berersges,. ice cream" candy
and small cakes. or chil
dren cominsr homo from
school, sweetened and fla-
Tored milk shakes, also bread 4
and butter sprinkled with
sugar are recommended.
; Most foods are more delicious
and nourishing with angsr.
. The, Sugar Institute,
03 "Refresh yourself with a flavored drink?
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