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The OREGON. STATESMAN, Salem.
Oregon, Friday Morning, July 17, 1931
Miss Dorothy White
On of the first affairs to be
given la complement; to Mrs. Gor
. don Bennett, nee Virginia Sisaon,
following her recent marriage was
the" delightful bridge evening for
' which - Miss .Dorothy White was
hostess at the home of her par
ents, Mai. General and Mrs.
'Geo rye A, White, Wednesday ev-
;. alBg. '-,'-""- i - : " - "'
' High scores for the evening
were held to be Miss Virginia Holt
and Miss Myra Belt. A beaotlful
'guest prize, token for the bride's
new home, was presented Mrs.
"Bennett."" ' .
Guests' In compliment to ' Mrs.
Bennett were Miss Frances Bab
cock of Portland, Miss Maxine My-'ers.-
Miss Katherine Laughrige.
'Miss Esther Wood, Miss Josephine
iMcGllehrist, Miss JCathryn. Core.
Miss Margaret Drager, Miss Elvlne
LJndahl of Everett. Wash.. Miss
' Margaret Wagner, Miss Allda Ol
son. Miss Virginia Helt, Miss My-
ra Belt and Miss Helen oon. :
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MrsrW. FV BortcKard
Mrs. W. F. Borehardt enter
v talned informally in. compliment
Cto Mrsi L. Rudi at the Borehardt
heme on Saginaw street Wednes-
day afternoon. -The birthday of
Mrs. Rndl was the inspiration for
- the party. .-. ' ' . - - - !
' Lovely baskets ef summer flow-
era made a dainty and colorful
, background for the Informal aft
ernoon. At the tea hour , Mrs.
". Borehardt was assisted j by Mrs.
' Those bidden for the afternoon
' to compliment Mrs. , Rudi rf were
Mrs. E. O. Goodalle, Mrs. Will
" Rosenthal, Mrs. M. M. Trindle,'
; Mrs. P. - W. Erixon. Mrs. Elton
Blaco. Mrs? J. A. Sholseth. Mrs.
" G. G. Haroldsen, Mrs. Lee Chel-
eulst of Billings. Mont.. Mrs. H.
H. Boxrud, Mrs. Peter Prestl,
. . Mrs. M.P. Rudi of Albany.
Amaranths Vill ..
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'. State courts of the' Order of the
' Amaranth will send large delega
tions to Salem Sunday for the an
nual state picnic ofthe lodge or
der being held at Hazel Green
park all day. J. B. Hewitt and F.
'r E." Mercer are the local commit
tee In charge of arrangements,
and they will be aided by outside
members.'' , -. - ,-, t ". ' '". '
, A picnic luncheon will be enjoy
ed and numerous sports and
"forms of entertainment have been
. arranged for the pleasure of the
guests. - ;'', -. :
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. Among those people to enjoy an
. outing at Oceanslde will be Dr.
and! Mrs.: B. Earle; Parker.- - Dr.
Parker will motor back to Salem
to carry on his pastor's work at
the First ' Methodist church.
: . By ANNE ADAMS "
Cape collars gain' more and
' snore prestige daily because of
their youthful grace and their, re
t placement of sleeves in warm
weather. " Here is an adorable
frock fashioned of coin dotted
silk crepe. .The skirt Is particu
larly attsactlve with its insert
forming two inverted pleats. Pat
tern 10CT also makes up beauti-
fully In shantung, dimity, voile,
geergetto or batiste. Long sleeves
are Included with the pattern.
Pattern 1967 is obtainable only
! in sizes IS. 18, 20, 34, 30, 38 and
40. Size 16 requires 34 yards of
30-inch fahric. Yardage tor ev
ery size, and simple, exact instruc
tions are given. No dressmaking
experience is necessary '.to make
t this, model, with our. pattern.
drasaiBskiBir stMrfcae b nr
ry ,U nak tbia modal - with . mt
MtUra. Yardax In vary . mmi
simpta. Tet iottraction mr givsa.
Sens fifteaa cnu for aeh pattara.
Writ plainly your am. add real aad
tyU aanbar. B aara U 1UI4 aisa
Taa - tpHng aad an aimer pt
Ura catalog last area aa azeallant aa
lortmant at aftertioon. a porta aa4
Sobs rniH, liartria. pajaraaa aad
kiddiea clothea. also dalirhtful aeeca
ary pattcraa. I'riea of caUloa f if tea a
renta. Catata' cwria pattern, twaaty
ia eeata. .Addraaa alt mail ao ar
dor ta Etatatmaa' Pattara Depart
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News and Glut)
OLIVE M. DOAK.
Friday, July 17
Calvary Baptist Missionary society, Mrs. II. S. Glle ;
on Boulder Knoll, south of city; picnic supper at 1:30
' o'clock 'With, men of chorea Invited. '
' Willing Workers class of First Christian - church
will have picnic. Hazel Green . park; supper 4 at 1:30 ;
o'clock.1 : . . '
5 Salem Lodge No. 1$, Degree of Honor lodge Worn-
tn'B clubhouse. - . -.- ,
' Ladies Auxiliary to United' Spanish War Veterans,
Mrs. H. H. Arnold. 1330 North list street; 1:30 o'clock.
Mrs.' R.i'W. Remmiagton will entertain Auxiliary
to Veterans of Foreign Wars at her home 2173 Cheme
keta street; 1:30. o'clock. "
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Saturday, July 18 - -
. ; Oregon Writers annual plcnie "and- program - at
Champoeg between hours of 3 and 8:30 o'clock.- r
, . ; "u Sunday, July 19 ; . . !
: Descendants of Jesse and Huby Bond Looney, sev- f
nth annual reunion, at Green's Bridge parkv near Jef- j,
ferson. , " , .- '... , .. : ; -V,
Hanna Rosa court, Order of Amaranth, state- picnic, i
all-day at Hazel Green park. Program and picnic lunch- .
"eon. j ' " " '-.. ' i , -
J. Chapter G of P. E. .O. sisterhood, guests' of Chapter.
O of Albany, garden plcnie at home of Mrs. Woodward,
Sr., S o'clock, no host plcnie supper. ; .
P. E. O. Sisterhood ;
Will be Guest
T Chapter G of the P. E. 6. Sis
tarhnnd . haa been invited to Al
bany where it will be the guest of
Chapter O of Albany at the homo
of Mrs. Woodward, Sr. - .
The affair will be In the gar
den of the Woodward home and a
"no host" Dicnle will be a feature
of the evening. This will be serv
ed at 5 o'clock.
Second Camp Group .
Prepare 'for Week i J
A large number, of the young
maids , of Salem are taking part
In the Girl Reserve camp groups
which are . spending the July
camping period at Camp Santaly.
There are 36 young Reserves
at Santaly ' on 'the Santiam this
week and Monday a second group
will replace ' those now there.
Registration will be open for the
second group - ' until . Saturday
.Those already registered to go
are Joyce Phelps. Gwen Gallaher,
Agnes . Moore, -Shirley - Knighton,
Eileen Moore. Valda Davis of SU
verton, Helen Lamb of Silverton,
Betty FottkeT Janet Fryer, Cath
ryn - Eaton, 1 Ella Collier, Peggy
Thompson and! Harriet Pointer. .
- A guy picnic of - the summer
was that which members of the
Hollywood community club to the
number of 70, enjoyed at TlUver
dale park, Tuesday. A "no host"
picnic supper was served' at 6:30
o'clock. Following the supper
hour a 'group of Impromptu
speeches were ; made with" Ray
Stumbo presiding as toastmaster.
Games and stunts and swimming
concluded ! a pleasant evening. It
was voted to make this an annual
affair Tor; the Community club..
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Liberty, i Mrs. - Anna Robbins
entertained with an open house
Sunday afternoon in honor of her
daughter, IMrs. Edwin Boyd of
Long Beach,-Cal. Mrs. Boyd, who
will be remembered as Danta
Robbins, with her children Nancy
Lee and Billy left for their south-,
ern. home Sunday evening after
a visit of several weeks here.
Mrs. Robbins has also as her
guests herjf "ster-in-law, Mrs. Les
ter: and twin doughters and son
JImmIe of Portland, f .
Liberty. .Mrs. Ad Williams
was pleasantly surprised Sunday
evening when members of the
family gathered In' honor of her
birthday. Those enjoying the eve
ning were Mrs. J. G- Robinson
and baby erf Raymond, Wash., Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Miller of Salem,
Palmer and Valeria Williams,
Howard Musteen and Mr. and Mrs.
Ad .Williams, i
Miss " Jane- Johnson left Mon
day with a party to spend the
week at camp HUlocksburn. Hiss
Johnson went as s representative
of the Knight Memorial. league.
She Is president' of the league and
has served as - class - representa
tive and song leader of Leslie
Junior high during the past year.
Mrs.rHoward; H.i Halsey left
Th arsday or a visit to her old
home in , Superiod. Wisconsin.
There she will be the guest of her
mother, Mrs. E. C Blame. Mrs.
Hulsey plans te be gone a month.
She went -east a - " the Empire
Builder and. by way of Minneapo
Miss Pauline Ltvesay of Wood-
born, is the guest of Miss Alvls
Love. . Miss Love and Miss Live-
say have both attended Willam
ette university. Miss Love was a
student in Willamette last year
and is a member of the Delta Phi
sorority, -i . . i ,
Mrs. EJ Talklngton. and Miss
Cora Talkington have as their
house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bar
ratt Huskinson. of Rosedale, CaL
The guests stopped over, in Salem
en route to Drltish Columbia, tne
ultimate destination of a vacation
motor trip,' -1
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- Mrs. George A. White ' and
daughters. Miss Dorothy and Miss
Henrietta j White . will . leave the
latter part of next week for Camp
Lewis where MaJ. General White
is stationed fdr a few weeks. '
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Miss Dorothy Harland has left
for a two weeks' vacation in San
Francisco where she "will be' thO
guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred L
Baudoud, nee Lucille Harland.
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Miss Maxlno Myers has as her
house guest for the next few days
Miss Barbara Dielschneider of Me
Mlnnvllle. . 7 ; ' ....
.Miss Dorothy Moore has as her
house guest Miss Mary Long of
Society Editor E
Unique Party loir
-Wednesday Club ;
-.Mrs. -Tvier Brown - aad Vra.
Carl Ailport. entertained the: Wed
nesday, afternoon- club i with a
pa jama, party. The afternoon was
spent in playing., bridge and . high
score went te Mrs. Judson Dress
ier and second to Mrs. Edwin
- Club members present were
MrsJ Carroll Robinson, Mrs. Al
in Marr, Mrs. Mervin Fldler,
MrsJ Albert Bradford. Mrs. Harry
Kraner, Mrs, Reed Carter, Mrs.
Judson Bressler. Mrs. Edwin by,
and I the hostesses, Mrs. Brown
and.,Mrs. Ailport, Mrs. K. Smith
and Mrs. Kenneth Bacon - were
additional guests. s . :
The club group will next meet
at the home of Mrs. Carroll Rob
inson with Mrs. Bressler as Joint
Waldo Hills Matrons
Are Complimented .
Waldo Hills Mrs. Edson Com
stock, was one of the honor
guests at a picnic held at Silver.
tort park Tuesday evening, the
occasion ; being . her birthday.
bnanng Honors with her were
Mrs. A. J. McConnell who S ha.d
a , birthday late last week ' and
miss Miriam Sylvester who has
Just returned from two years of
teacmng in the Hawaiian Islands.
. Those present ' were Dr. ! and
Mrs. A. J. McConnell, Miss J.
Graham, Mrs, S. J. Comstock,
Mr. and Mrs, F. ; E. Sylvester,
Miriam and Shirley , Sylvester,
Mr. and MrsJ Wm. A. Sauressig
of Scotts Mills. Mr. and Mr Kd--
son Comstock. Rocer and Tan.f
Comstock. , ;
Silverton The Dorcas society
of Trinity Lutheran church met
Tuesday night at the church par
lors. - About 30 members were
presenta Mrs. M. G. Gunderson
presided as chairman and read
the principal paper on charity
work of the church. The paper
was prepared by Mrs. A., J. Towe.
Portland, wife of that a J
Towe. formerly of this commun
ity, and was presented at a re
cent, missionary federation in Eu
gene.' Mrs. Andrew Peterson , and
Mrs. Alt O. Nelson were on the
refreshments committee. , -
Brush Creek Mrs. Dan. Rive
ness entertained the Mission Cir
cle of Trinity church of Silverton
at her home at Marquam Wed
nesday afternoon. Among others'
attending were Mrs. Oscar Satern
and Mrs. Henry Torvend of Beth
any;' and Mrs. Victor . Madsen.
Mrs. Anna K. Jensen. Mrs O. S.
Hauge of Brush Creek, also Mrs.
Hsuge's daughters, Esther Weyer
and Emma Randall who are visit-'
Ing here now. 1 ;
Salem writers are making ready
to. attend the plcnie In Champoeg
Saturday at . which will gather a
large delegation of Oregon , Writ
ers from all over, the state In an
annual picnic The- program Is
scheduled . to begin at 3 o'clock
and with the picnic lunch it Is
expected that the session will last
until" 8:30 o'clock In the evening,
- Auxiliary , and Veterans, of Al
bany, Lebanon., and . Salem will
Join in a joint plcnie at. Green's
Bridge, . July -1 . All , members
and their families are Invited 'to
attend this picnic i -, ' "
Miss Francis Babcock-of Port
land. 'PI, Beta Pht sorority sister
of . Miss Dorothy White is i the-f
house guest of Miss White for a
few days. .......
Mrs. M. S. Albright and Miss
Edna. Hesse r of Nichols, ; Iowa,
are. guests in Portland at the
home of : their brother. ,1 ,
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Walnut Crop in i ;
; City Limits r is
-Held at $10?00
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-; If all the FranQuette walnut
trees In "Salem- were .growing In
one - tract, they would constitute
the largest grove of : that variety
In the r world, Earl Pearcy has
figured.' There are 8,100 of the
trees in the home yards of Salem,
he reports."''...:-' 'r '
If this . year's crop were only
10 pounds of ' dried walnuts per
tree, aad the price 30c a pound,
the 51,080 crop would bring to
Salem an income of 10,200, Sa
lem's walnut grove, at the rate
of .17 trees to the acre, would cov
er JOO; acres. , The largest single
Franquette English walnut grove
is the Sky .Line orchard, a ; few
miles southwest of - Salem, with
212 acres. ? , ..
Mrs. R. W. Remington
r a v v .- 1
Mrs. R. W Remington will! en
tertain members of the Auxiliary
to Veterans of Foreign Wars this
afternoon at her home, 1172 Che
meketa street. - During the sum
mer the organization is meeting
only once -a. month and this la
the July meeting. :. : , ;
- ' Reports will be siren concern
in a; the recant, state convention
held by the auxiliary and the Vet
erans Is "Astoria July 8-11. -Mrs.
R. W. Remington Mrs. Bryan H.
Conley, Mrs, Harold "Pedersen,
and Mrs. Frank Millet were dele
gates to the convention and wUl
glTe. the reports. . - . -,.
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Laurel Social Hour
Pink FV:-if , i
VUU AtiLUt Latiicu
Kingwood The Laurel . Social
Hoair club entertained informally
Wednesday "evening with a pot-
luck .supper, and garden: ariy at
the home' of Mrs. Bernard Ben
son. Husbands, families - land
friends of the members, were; invited-
guests. About 50 prere
seated at long tables on the lawn.
Supper was followed by a two
act play, 'How. the Bag fwaa
Tied,", in which four amateur
comedians of the neighborhood
furnished much" amusement. The
e&et was Miss Mona Vosburgh,
Joseph Struts, . .Reginald Vos
burgh, Catherine - Applewhite.
Miss Vina Emmett furnished vio
lin numbers 1 between acts, j
,: Games, in 'the basement com
pleted the .'evening's .entertain
ment.. "'. rf . - - . r
LlOfJS ClEJfl IIP
MONMOUTH. . July . 1 6 The
Lions - club . members at their
weekly luncheon , outlined plans
for a cleanup at Helmick park
Wednesday .evening. All'- Lions
with their . families and ' a large
group of friends arranged to5 go
to the park for a picnic: and to
build, a dam to Improve swim
ming conditions, also . to burn
trash and overhaul lavatories in
a general cleaning up campaign.
As an entertainment feature.
the Plney, Ridge colored : male
quartet sang several numbers, ;Te-
eelving enthusiastic , encores. The
group Is singing this week at (va
rious Polk 'county churches, and
will appear Thursday evening1, at
the First Christian church at Mon
mouth. . - ;
GUESTS AT NORTH HOWELL
NORTH HOWELL, July 16
Mr. and - Mrs. Nick Matye and
family of San - Bernardino. CaU
arrived Saturday to spend f a
few weeks" with the Louis Matye
family who are now living! on
the Fletcher farm. Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Davis -and children-have
moved, to Hazel Green - for the
present and the Matye family
took possession of the former
TURNER, July 15. Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Bear returned at mid
night Tuesday from a call upon
Mr. Bear's aged mother, who con
tinues very ill and has grown al
most helpless, at the home of her
son, F. M. Jear of Crawfordsvllle,
where she -r-.s been since last De
cember. She has spent a part iof
each, of the last three years at I
the home of her son In Turner;
The Price Looks like Bayon
Crepe de Chine
5.75, 6.75, 8.75
Quality -Merchandise Popular Prices
- Soup or Salad MeaorFih .'.'Potatoes, . t
VcgeUbles Bread and Butter or Rons
Pie or Padding and Drink
SAFE FOID SUPPLY
: SUB PHBL1
- , '"
V. ewaaaMaaaa " -.
Cleanliness and Cold Chie
; Heeds; rProtectioK From
Flies is Essential
! In the summer especially, yet
at all times of -the year, the prob
lem -of, a safe food supply -eon
fronts the housewife. .With this
problem In Tiew;- the . Oregon
state : board of health has Issued
the ' following . comprehensive bul
letln: i v.-; ; :
, In-the care of foods' two points
of special, importance "are: Clean
liness to prevent germs from get
ting Into: food, and : cold,, to pre
vent the germs that "do get in
from multiplying.-: The impor
tance.ot cooking food is of course
understood, as .this tends to kill
germs that have gotten tn, as well
as to hill worms that may" "pos
sibly be in meats. , . .
he careful to. make their purchase
la a store that Is kept clean -and
where eTerythinsT is. "wellkprotct
ed from ; dusV Bd : flies, f - Tot
should never ; purchase old or
tainted meat' or fish, or over
ripe or decaying fruit: for. they
are Usually, swarming with bac
teria, and 'unfit for use. .'One of
the principal things to guard
against in buying food is not to
buy. any that i has . been handled
by ... prospective ' customers -for
there :1s always danger that - dis
ease 'germs, have beenleft from
the fingers of diseased or . germ
carrying persons. .......
Germs of Serious
Diseases Carried - - .
Not- 'only -the germs - of intes
tinal diseases, "such as dysentery
and typhoid fever, but also of
dlnhtheria. - tuberculosis. pneu
J monia ' and scarlet -fever, . reach
the mouth on : foods. . Persons
preparing . food -should pay-, par
ticular . attention .. to their' hands,
washing ' them' frequently . ' with
foap and water: and no one sick
With an infectious disease or who
Is recovering from such, should
be allowed - to have anything to
do with the handling or prepar
ing food , for "other, people. -
! . Besides the .germs, of special
diseases there are always, present
In foods bacteria 'that' cause fer
mentation and decay, which when
taken Into -the alimentary canal
In large numbers may. cause diar
rhea and other tronbles. Tainted
and soured foods are therefore
unsafe and should never be
eaten. . :
J : Foods, excepting milk, are not
as likely as water to contain dis
ease germs, .but once food is in
fected It becomes extremely dan
gerous for the reason that the
rerms multlplr very rapidly. A
dozen germs taken -into the body
probably would not have much
effect but if several million do
get In it will, undoubtedly cause
severe illness, , as the white cor
puscles and germicidal substances
do not have the power to over
come them. This is the reason
why food should be closely guard
ed against i Infection.
Food should not be bandied
more than necessary. The health
f food handlers Is obviously
important. Especially prepared
mixtures, such as chopped meats,
sausage, meat pies, salads that
taint, easily must be avoided. Such
fussy and fingered foods are not
necessary. Food mixtures pre
pared hours before the meal and
allowed to stand at room temper
ature permit : bacteria to grow
- Proper cooking and refrigera
tion are the ultimate safeguards.
i Teachers in Moberly, Mo.,
schools next year must sign pledg
es not to drlnkr-liquor or smoke.
But These 3-Piece
;r ... Are Sure,
Just -.think of. it, and there
are 3-piece .wool suits with
short sleeve jackets for "6.95
For Sport Wear.
Great Fun at
By HELEN, BREITHAUPT
- Today we look back on a Tery-
eveatful day. aad have rumors of
even more events todar.
Tester day morning- after flag
raising , and morning worship wo
went on a short hike up the river
anjf returned te ge swimming. Af
ter swimming we - got - ready for
dinner. The afternoon .was filled
with Test hour, more swimming
and an hour of arts and crafts.
Several of, the girls are -wo rain r
oa block-printtng, some on nature
study and many on leather work.
Others are roinr to'do tie dvelnr
on pieces of silk.. ; ....
After dinner we had a dress-up
party which was a place for. many
clever costsmes. There were two
farmers with, rakes, a Chinese
merchant, an Indian, a woman
from India, a. Spanish couple, the
beach, gtrls the polka-dot girls, a
lame old man, and finally the Sat
urday night bath,, which won the
prize of one sucker. ',- .'.
.nearly everyone-was In costume
and . a ..very colorful scene was
made. by the Scotch girls.- Span
iards 'and the Chinese. - The ere
nings entertainment .'was far
nlshed.by the girls. The Spaniards
gave a dramatic rendition of. the
song, A Spanish Cavalier. Edna
Mae Loe, dressed as a . Chinese
merchant, told a. story of her
country: .A duet was given" by An
na Larson 5 and "Evelyn -Stewart,
and T!wen Gallaher gave a solo..
Today there is to be a uicnlc at
Bornstedt'a.and. a blrthdgy- party
for Edna Kreutz, who is the only
person in camp to have a birthday
during the week. :
SILVERTONi ..July 1 R. - F.
Larson and Sans, funeral direct
ors,: are. beginning . .remodeling
their "establishment here. When
the work Is completed the chapel
will be larger, an additional stock
room .upstairs will be made, and
the family - residence apartment
made bigger, Mr. and Mrs. Larson
have already moved. Into their
new quarters from their home in'
Geiser addition. - .--'".'
IS IN HOSPITAL
. .WALDO.. HILLS, July . 1 C--MrsV
A. A! XJeer who la caring for Miss
Genevieve Morgan at : the Salem
General . spent a jew hours at her
home Tuesday. - She brought the
news that Clarence Sebo who for
merly made his home here is a
1 J.. W. PARKER, Owner
Nw. first clasa. aaaSara eottarca. -
Watar. aleetria. Kfhta, wao4 faraiaacd.
Raaaavakla ratea. zcnnt camp
STBdaVUk tablca aad alactHo livata
MsnzaniU, Ore. Ph. 14X31
BEN S. LANE
For' bestbeachw property on
the coast .
S miles west of XcUalena, -'
Coast Highway -
EAT at the BUNGALOW
Mrs. Kardell 1 Sheldon " .;
. We specialise la sea foods -Good
Eats. Home-made Bread
, - , , and pastries. -.
; .Hastaalta, Oregon -
A Mountain and Beach Re
sort Tavern opea Jaly First
te Labor Day.
Write or Phone
..;.. : Nehalesa, Oregosi . ..
- Kcab-Kah-Nte Beach
.Home - Cooked - Meals, Fresh'
Vegetables, Chlckenq, Eggs, All
Boms .Produced. - -
"Write or Phone
Mrs. W. P. Cain .
' " Deepl SeaT Fishing
Oregon's Only Salt Water
Where the Highway Meets
. , ... . the Sea ., ; . ;
P.. H. Baird r DEPOE BAY
CRADDOCKS . :
Modern Duplex -Cottages
Finest on Pacific Coast
- , Taft, .Orc.
R. H. Craddock '
t Ida M. Craddock. -
Riverside Boat House
, tAunch fo Partjr" Trips
' Fishing Boats
; Roosevelt Highway and:
- .' . - - -
; - . XernvHle, Oregon -
tlllS SAFE. VIEW
'Picnickers should not trust' to
luck in selecting drinking wster.
While Oregon has made tests - of
hundreds of wells and water sup-
piles which will be used by- tour
ists during the summer, the edu
cational committee ' of the Polk-Yamhill-Marion
and the " Marion-Polk-Tamhlll
Dental society la a bulletin today
declares that the old adage that
running water purifies itself is a
""Many.' persons have : an Idea
that .'.water from any running
stream In the country is pure and
fit to drink if clear and cold be
cause 'runing water purifies 1t
seir," declares the bulletin.
There is a grain of truth in that
old saying, but like some other
traditions, .there is a pound of
falsity there. also. "
If a running brook -crosses a
farm yard ' r.pesture or flows1
near a highway. It Is bound to
pick ' "P . human or animal -pollution,
-which, taken into the human
system, may cause disease. True
it is that eertan factors begin at
once to-ender the water less dan
gerous but what chance has it of
becoming fit to drink? Let us see.
-First of aU.. solid material
tends to settle out, the heavier .
particles first, but the amount of
sedimentation depends on the rate
of flow: the faster the stream the
less settling. Thus solid material
may' be -carried along distances
from the place where the stream
became polluted. Moreover, dis
ease bacteria- are - so llht . la
weight -that there Is a compara
tively -.little chance of their set
tling so long as the water remains
patient at the hospital, having
been operated on Monday for ap
pendicitis. He la doing rather bet
ter than the usual operative. -
LADD & IBUSH,
Salem; Oregon i
- ' - ". " I .
Commercial and Savings . Department
Oregon's Most Scenic
Caves. Beautiful safe
Shadjr, Sanitary Camp
Grounds, Excellent Accom
modations, Good Stores
Permanent Camp of Salem
T. M. C. A.
For Information write any of
. the following
Rosenberg Bro Ben Dixen.
It- J. Brady or Cater
. Tbompeon, Oceanslde, Ore.
BRIGGS JERKED FISH
Mild,' Ready to eat,' Smoked
with vine 'maple
Also Clams and Crabs " '.
A. B. Briggs, south on highway
Bay City, Oregon
Wao ta naekaway aa ca ra tax vtatt
SUNSET POOL ROOM
wm. ' Caafacstaaary - - '
- Caffca. Saadwieaea. CaM Daka "
' -.'I "r--- lea Craaaa - -Banrlea
vita a Smila
. - Baaia to Beat -
"Bill" dements. Prop.
. ,AddiM Boa 6. Rockavay . ;
WQEX IN TILLAMOOK STOP
Rates 1.00 to f 1.50. '
Modern, Hot and Cold Water
1 Steam Heat
Nesko win Beach :
l Community v Kitchen-" .
' ' r 'and - ; . S
. Camp Grounds
Cottages . . Restaurants
Is Garage Towing -Service "
1 Hotel ': .-Store
la motion. If other streams Joia
the: first - stream, the pollution
may become greatly diluted and
then much less dangerous, but on
the f other hand, these tributaries
may.be highly contaminated and
so increase the danger. Oxidation
of impurities by air Is' rapid In
fast flowing streams If the water
flows over rocks or falls. Sunlight
also has a greater chance to kill
harmful bacteria If the stream is
tnrbulent, ; so that fresh surfaces
of water are constantly exposed.
Disease germs tend to die rap
idly' outside. tha human 'body.
BRUSH tttEES, July IS
Weldon IiattberK ad 'Conrtland
Rue are TiBittag- tblaweek at the
homo of their uncle and annt ur
and! Mrs. John: Mo. .Courtland
has j just returned : t Silverton
trom Portland with his parents,
Mr. j and Mrs. , Helm er Rue. Mr.
Rue. emnlore of - tha Sifawa
stores has been transferred to Sil
verton again after several months
in Portland. Be Is now minirinr
the silverton store. , 1 .
- j . CELTTEHATED ' -
Kimball Baby Grand
V! Piano; $975 Value
. i Very Subtly Used.
: f Look Uke Brand New
Sherman Clay & Co.
Big: Warehouse Sale
857 Court St. - Salem ,
J Abbey Hotel and GrUIe
Gives you the best in sea food
,'nd chicken dinners. Steam
heated rooms, with or without
j J. J. TOBIN . . Newport
j Cherry City Cottages
Cabins $S and $7 per week
5 Modem Collates prices
Addre 1 OV BWx 433
?f i aat, .Ore. -
! FISHING BOATS
(Unloading; Their Catch
at Our- Dock
Newport Fish Co.
The Camp at the Beach
Jump Off J Camp
Write r for Reservations
j Sea Crest Cottages
Fronting ' the Bathing Beach
- t-Z-i Rooms Garages
.is " .
j Two Blocks North ef
I -. Natajtortam '
j . Newport 'Nat
New Games - -Miniature
Gray Belle Restaurant (of
Salem) in Connection
C. H. Brmd&haw, Maaager
I Van's Cottages
' Tent City
$ A 3 room furnished; wood,
water and lights; bring top
bedding and table silver;, open
nltes. A. J. Van Wassenhove,
Newport,' phone 151 -
i Gray B-He
.!'.. - V - No. 2 - "
Fountain and Lunch
; . in ??ki ?ict"
' j-. NEWPORT, ORE.
' "Make XroaarseLf To- Hnin"