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PAGE SIX ' " J '.Tea OltEG IN STATESMAN, Caksu: Ore-cn. Friiay Kcntfe, May 20, 1C31 'j'1
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Wedding Date is
Miss Helen Pollock, daughter
has announced the- date ot.aer
WtddlnC tO Wynne I. uner,
of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grier. as
The wedding will be solemnised
at high noon In tne Unitarian
Jhurcn: Rev. Fred Alban Well
will read tne service. MIbi i Dor
Portland, who at
j v TTuntttT of Ore con
with MU Pollock will r
only attendant ana ia"b5
brother of the. groom, will W the
best man. -
.ji.r will m. larzo On
as 200 Invitations have , been la
med. Informal anairs
m. v hridA elect and oth
era are planned for this coming
WMtsa Pollock la a graduate of
extenslve work at the University
of Oregon and also work In the
University of Minnesota last sum-
For the psst three years she
baa been teaching, having Just
completed her year at Coquille.
Oregon. Mr. Orier is a grauateof
Oregon siaie eniwjo.
Of Interest Tonight
Violin students of William Wal
lace Graham will be heard in re
cital tonight at Waller halL The
program will commence at. 8: S9
o'clock and the public is invited to
attend. . V,'
Miss Elisabeth Boy lan and Miss
Ina Medler will be accompanists
for the evening.
The program will. Include: ,
SaaaU. hi A
- '! . v : ; "
I retts CerreHi
Oeerfia HamagtaB .--I
rsltaeri PritUc4 Wilialmi-Wsgs
() Caaseaatti VAaraie
(k) Tiatoit lr-KrUWr
4a) Haaaaraaaaa ....
Brooks In honor of her hut
band's birthday anniversary and
the birthday anniversary of Miss
Norma Roberts, Mrs. Cecil V.
Ashbaugh entertained with a din
ner. Monday evening. A large
birthday eake waa the table cen
terpieces. Covers were placed for
the following guests: Miss Norma
Roberta, Miss Lena Rlggi. Miss
Bessie Asplnwall, Frank Riggia,
Vera Ashbaugh, Earl Ramp, Kreta
Fae Ashbaugh, and Mr. and Mr a.
Cecil ! V. Ashbaugh.
Mrs. Almira Hale
Mrs. Almira Hale was a delight
ful hostess Wednesday, entertain
ing as her guests members of the
West Central circle of the first
Methodist church' for a. morning
Session of -business at 10 o'clock
and tfien followed the radio broad
cast program of the : National
Women's Foreign Missionary: so
ciety. At the conclusion or tne
broadcast program ! Mrs. - Hale
served a dainty bouffet luncheon
assisted by Mrs. .Walter Wlnslow.
During the business hour Mrs.
I. L. McAdams, president of the
circle, presented Mrs. Nellie Ha he
with a' beautiful arm bouquet of
garden flowers. I Mrs. Raho will
leave about June 15 for the east
where she will be married and
make her home, j i
Following the luncheon hour
the guests and 'hostess adjourn
ed to the First Methodist church
parlors to attend the General Aid
society meeting, i
Guests of Mrs. Hale were Mrs.
Nellie Ra'he, honor guest. Mrs. B.
Earle Parker, Mrs. I. I McAdams,
Mrs. B. 'Lb Steeves, i Mrs. Herbert
E. Raher Mrs. G. A. Alden, MrsJ
J. O. Russell. Mrs. Ronald Glover,
Mrs. Effle W. Dunlap, Mrs. R. K.
Ohllng, Mrs. John Robins. Mrs. T.
N. Reece. Mrs. F. K Evans. Mrs.
Louisa Koon, Mrs.' William Bouf
fleur, Mrs. T. T. Croser, Mrs. J. R.
Bedford, Mrs. "Mettle Schramm,
Miss Laura Halo and Miss Gene
vieve Wlnslow. i ' '
Plan Picnic 1 rK-
People of .Wisconsin who live
In Salem or ae visiting here axe
Invited to join In the picnic which
Is being planned for June S and
which will be held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Alvan B. Stewart on
Culver Lane. -;!.!
To reach the residence of -the.
Stewarts drove out . South Com
mercial street and turn left at the
Richfield tower. jThe picnic will
begin at t :30 i o'clock.-' Each
guest is asked to bring a cov
er dish,. as the dinner-will be a
potluck affair. Coffee and punch
will be served. !
Mrs. Esna MeMertrr nf Tn4ian.
apolis. Indiana, is expected to ar
rive In Salem Saturday tn ha. th.
guest of Mrs. A.; W. MeConnell.
her aunt,v Warren MeConnell of
Centra 11a. son of Urrvnnii
Is also expected to be a guest for
the weekend. ' i :
Miss Vera McCuhe
The engagement of Miss Vera
MeCune. daughter of Mr. ; and
Mrs. J. "W. McCuna to Charles S.
Neubauer of Lebanon, was told at
an 'attractive tea for which 'Miss
McCune was hostess Tuesday aft
ernoon at the Gray Belle..,'
' Tiny . hearts 1 bearing the an
nouncement were cleverly con
cealed In a "Wishing Well" which
was used ae a center piece for the
table. No date has been set for
At the tea table were the Miss
es Ann Boentje, Etta White, May
Rauch. Lillian Davis. Lola Mill
ard. Mildred Carr. Gladys Hum
phrey, Helen Prang, Lois Reed.
Helen Gunn, Betty Vance, Jessie
McCune, and the Mesdamea Clara
Pomeroy, ; Elsie Hill, Marian
Sparks. Gene Beutler, Catherine
CNeU.-Eula Creech.- Cor denia Mc
Cune and the hostess.;
. . e e e -
Shirley Schoettler r j
Miss Shirley Schoettler was
the inspiration for a delightful
birthday - party at .the home - of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Schoettler, Thursday, afternoon
when Mrs. Schoettler entertained
with a Jolly -party for, the young
lady.' - ; , -
After an afternoon; Of games
Mrs. Schoettler assisted by Mrs.
G.. A. Ostrln served a birthday
tea. Pink and white in flowers,
favors -and' tapers made a grace
ful and dainty tea table. A birth
day cake completed the pretty
, - Guests In compliment -to -Miss
Shirley were Ruth Ostrln, Marian
Macy. "Janrose Wimer, Nancy
Montbomery, Jerry- Montgomery,
Isabel - Roberta, Harold Hunt,
Marilyn Clair, Helen Oatrin and
Richard Ostrln. , r . ,
Mrs. Walter BarscK -i
Arrives 1 oday ; v .
Mrs. Walter Barsch and young
son Jack of Sacramento, - Cal4
will arrive In Salem today where
they will be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace Careon and
Mrs. Joan Carton, Sr.tv , -
Mrs. Barsch Is extensively: en
tertained each time she visits Sa
lem which was her former home.
She will 'visit In Portland while
in Oregon. .. .
j . ridayMay 29 4 .:
Past Matrons club, Mrs, James Godfrey. .
. - Prof. William Wallace Graham will present pupils
In recital at Waller hall Friday at 8 o'clock. -
First Spiritualist ehurch circle, George Stoddard
home, 1420 North Fourth street. -
United Artisans.' potluck dinner, C:4S o'clock la
Fraternal temple. :-. .-;..'; . -
, - ( ; r , r. ' 1:1! : , ( ..
Ha ttiime oli einm eirgeimey aim
THOSE sudden, alarming ill
: cesses of .childhood '. . . the
sharp attacks of tooth or car-
:- ache-. . . invariably, the thing .
we call for is . , . "Hot water,
. quick!" 'I.-- :
Always, .when emergencies
come, we t want water that is
really hot steaming hot And
we want it instantly. Delay is
highly inconvenient, sometimes
really serious.' It's always un-
necessary. '- -;- . ; , - V
Even the most strictly budg
eted householders will admit it,
: once they look into the matter.
. For instant,' automatic electric
hot water, service costs far less
than rnost people realize. ...
Instant hot water . . . hot the
minute you turn on the faucet 1
r -It's always a supreme conven
ience, sometimes an urgent ne
cessity. No truly modern home
is without it.
Pepco's special pffec of a
Hotpoint Automatic Electric
Water Heater for only $5.00
down and a little each month
with your lieht bill makes it
possible for anyone to enjoy
this modern convenience. Ask, y7Jv----.-ju-i.. - . .
about it, today, s . urgtnt i th nedfor m srt4e thmt provide itmmmiZg Km
PORTLAiiD GEHEflAL ELECTRIC Ca
rr. X: ? SALEM, ORE.
ClOTtrdale Mrs. Fred " fichl
rarer entertained a. small-' group
of children Saturday afternoon in
honor of her daughter ; Edlth'a
sixth birthday. Games were play
ed outdoors during the afternoon.
Lunch was served at .four o'clock.
Those . present were. Edith Echlf-
ferer, Gordon Kunke, Margaret,
Dorothy, Jackie ; and - Carlton
Schlfferer.' ertrude Cook " and
Mails Schlfferer.: -1 , -
-e. e . .
Members ' of the ' Classical : club
enjoyed - the annual plcnlo Thurs
day at Riverside park. . Members
ot the Classical slub axe studenU
Is Greek and Latla to " Willam
ette university. Tom Coyne and
Florence Marshall, were) - In gen
eral charge' of - the picnie plana.
I Oregon's Most Scenic
- i Beach Resort
Cayes, Beautiful safe
1 Shady, Sanitary Camp -Grounds,
modations, Good Stores ;
- Permanent Camp of Salem
' . T; M. C. JL.-;--
For Information write any of
,-; the following
Boeembert;- Brbsw - Best- . Dixoa. .
R. I. Brady, or Cater
1 ThompeoaV Oceanstde, Ore,' -
Abbey; Hotel knd Grille
Gives you the beet In see, food
and chicken dinners. Steam
heated rooms, with or without
J. J. TOBI N . . Newport
at ' , .',
Cherry City Cottages
Box 423 Newport 1
See Th e
- FISHING BOATS
Unloading - Their - Catch
'If : at Our DotkU
, Newport Fish Co. . -
EAT at the BUNGALOW
Mrg, Kardell Sheldon
.We specialize In sen floods
Good Eats Home-made; Bread
- and pastries..
' Msnianlta, Oregon
BRIGGS JERKED FISH
Mild; Ready to eat, Smoked
;N with vine maple i
;v,: Also Clams and Crabs ;
'. B. B'riggs, south' on highway
Bay City, Oregon
"Walla ta Baekavay he Sara te vlatt
SUNSET POOL ROOM
: and Ooaf actlonary ,
Caffac,' Saodwiehaa. . CoW Driaka
. 1 lea Craaaa
Scrvtea wlta a Smile V"
Booms to Eaot .
"BuTT. Clements, Prop.
. ..Address Boa Ae, Bockawar
A Houtatn aid a Beavcb R
sort Taverav open iulj J First
to labor Day.
Writ or Phone
MRS. 8. G. REED v
I ".Nehelens, Oregon
J. W. PARKER Owner
' 17a, ' first etaaa. modcra eoltasaa. '
Water. aUetria liskU, wb4 faraiakad.
- Baaaaaabla. rates. Exealleat eaaip
rroaaaa vHk tables aa4 alaetrle Hrhts
Mnnzanita, Ore. Ph. 14X31
' , SEE
BEN S. LANE
For best beach property on
9 sollea .weet f Nehalem, -Coast
NEWPORT, ORE. !
The Damon will open for
dinner Friday, May 29,
.and remain open until
after breakfast Monday,
, June 1." Advance reserva-
' tions necessary. '
MRS. Hj O. DAMON
WHEN IN TILLAMOOK STOP
" ' AT -
HOTEL NEFF .
Bates f LOO to flJM)
Modern, Hot and Cold Water
. . . 8teamr Heat . '
m aUM haa aTakalasa
4 amUs fiaai tea kaaek . .
. Hasa Oaekad XaaU '
Prcsk vegetables, eblekem, errs, all
. koe' praaeed
' Tee rates write ac pkaae
W. a. Cam, VaaakMU, Oregon
r;-;. - No; 2 , ; . .
Fountain and Lunch
in "The Uot'
k . . .
"Make Tonnelf To Bson
. JOHN BLAKELY
. The . Camp at the Beach
M Jump Off Joe" Camp
" : 2-3-4 Room Cottages
Write for Reservations
. or '
Phone 132 J Newport, Ore.
Sea Crest Cottages
Fronting the Bathing .Beach.
k; 2-3-4 Rooms - Garages
: Two Blocks North of
.' ; - Natatoriaun -
v Newport 'Nat"
Miniature GolX Course
; Gray Belle Restaurant (of .
Salem) in Connection '.' .
CL-H Bradshaw, Manager
, Van's Cottages
Tent Oty r -
2 Jb t room furnished; 'wood,
water and, lights; bring top
bedding and table silver; open
altos. A. J. Van Wassenhove,
- Newport, Phone 1E1
-'- .! Beep. Sea Pishing "
Oregon's Only Salt Water
; ;w AQUARIUM
-. Where the Highway Meets
u ' the Sea
P.! H. JBalrd DEPOE BAY
In Smart Array!
Jaiitzeh Swim Suits
: U. S. Swim Shoes
Beach Coats- ; V
MAIL ORDERS POSTPAID
. CRADDOCK7S ,
Modern Duplex - Cottages
Finest on Pacific Coast
Taft, Ore. :
R. H. Craddock
Ida M. Craddock
Rireraide Boat House
Launch for Party Trips
- - ' Fishing Boats -
Roosevelt Highway and
Kernville, i Oregon
Seo.. ' i
Ben S. Lane
For the Best Beach Property
on the Coast - Mansanita,
.r' -- Oregon
: Miles West of Nehalem
Coast Highway :
j ' .and -Camp
Cottages - - 'Restaurants
Garage Towing Service -
Hotel ' " Store .
.-..-' rewitaaa aM v - '- .
' By Mail to Any Address' in Oregon '
Three Months, $1.25 One Month, 50c
- - : Two Weeks, 25c . t
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il-'TT-ri n r A rr r-t ff ry t- - r- -y tt -r-t y-f r rt r-i r rt n t
Special purchase and" sale
' For Miss and Matron
. ! ' ;I aaMWerfay an VaV w eev .
A veryfsifeclal price ooncesslon brings these' famous TUk
hats id you at way less than hall I This summer season's
newest; straws . . . both rough and fmooth weaves. Colors,'
white, pastels and popular dark shades. ;
SPECIAL PURCHASE 'AND-13ALE
JSnJof your vacations to the utmost by storing your food
stuffs in a JOY JUQ Insulated to Insure the temperature
you desire. Gallon size with large opening. Heavy alumi
num ,tOp and cup. A special purchase price. 2nd rioor. -
SPECIAL PURCHASE AND SALE
Men's Fine Shirts
A special showing ef men's Bite broadcloth, shirts in
plain; and fancies. Featuring the "Dowm-lte" collar which
never curls at the points. These come in white, green,
blue,; tan, suntan, etc. All sizes 14 to 17. Men's section
MONTH-END SALE OF
hundred yarda of XIne voiles and batistes in the
season's wanted oattems and color combinations. . Espe
cially the large flower prints In pastel shades. These sen
regularly at 39c yd. everywhere , See them m cotton goods
OeptL-f-Maln Floor. ; . .. . .........
MONTH-END SALE OF
A special purchase and sale of the famous- make of
foundation NATURES RIVAL toes on sale at nearly
haU isaiem women who know good cossets will be mter
ested $n this sale.
Made; of food quality brocade rayon with the 'added fea
ture of Inner belt.
All stees. Regularly selling at tSO.
MONTH-END SALE OP . "
:v, j --'-it.'.-.-. - . ' l. .
w VALUES TO $3.60 '.'
Nowi; for that pair of nifty pajamas In that fine
onality rayon formerly priced at $3.50 .'you
may buy them today at $ 1.9 8 In this month-end
sale Vivid color combinations . ; applique trims
cf contrasting rayon. .
Of course you'll want beach sandals to wear with your
swim suit and pajamas! These are the newest strap ar
rangement with sturdy crepe soles much heavier than
usual sole. All colors to complete your ensemble.
4Th4 Store Closes Saturday; in ,Ol
servance of Memorial Day . .
j Also Closes Tonight
P. M.;as Usual
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