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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Morning, September 15. I 'J 31
Bridze Tea Will
1 A charming compliment to Mrs.
Milton Stein er before her depart
ure for Philadelphia where she
and . Dr. Steiner ;- will spend the
winter, will be the bridge tea for
which Mrs. Wallace Carson and
Mrs. George Weller will be hos
tess Thursday afternoon at the
Carson home. This is one of the
several such affairs which are
complimenting . the travelers be
fore their departure. . k - '
The guest list for Thursday will
Include Mrs. Frank Deckebach,
and Mrs. perbert Darby ,oU Port
land; Mrs. Wolcott Buren, Mrs.
Kenneth Power,; Mrs. Willard
Marshall. Mrs. Kenneth Wilson,
Mrs. Rex Adolph, Mrs. Frank
Chapman. Mrs. John Caughell Jr.,
Mrs. i. Jerald .Backstrand, . Mrs.
Charles Robertson. Mrs. James
Sears. Mrs. Well Baum. Mrs. Don
Prltchett, Mrs. Raymond Bone
steele. Mrs. Richard Stots, Mrs.
Tom Wood. Mrs. Breyman Boise,
Mrs. A. C Eof f, Mrs. John Stump.
Mrs. Foster Cone, Mrs. Richard
Slater,' Mrs. -Wallace Bonesteele,
Mrs. Conrad Paulus Mrs. Gordon
Hadley, Mrs. Bert Ford, Mrs. Al
lan Carson, Mrs. Dan McLIellan
Mrs. Dan Fry. Jr.. Mrs. R E.
Le Steiner. Mrs. John Carson,
Miss Prlscilia Fry, Miss Rovena
Eyre, Miss Josephine Baumgart
ner, Miss Marjorie Christenson.
Miss Mildred Christenson, and
Mrs. Vera W. Miller.
Plans for the welfare work of
the year were made at the Mon
day night meeting of the Auxil
iary to the. Veterans of; Foreign
Wars. . ,
Two projects are to go mio
immediate action. One will be
that of Quilting which will sup-
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gency shelf from which place
they will be drawn as needed this
winter in giving relief to needy
ones. Mrs. H. A. Pedersen is
chairman of this committee.
The second project, is an im
mediate undertaking to can as
many green beans as possible,
these to be used as needed dur
ing the winter months.
Mrs. Vera Gram, "formerly of
Salem but who has been making
her home in La Grande forborne
time, has again returned to Sa
lem to reside and was welcomed
back into tha auxiliary Monday
night. . i
In addition to i the other pro
gram numbers, a "mystery" food
sale among the members brought
several dollars Into the auxiliary
The next meeting will be at
the Salem Woman's clubhouse,
September 28. i
'Tuesday Party '
Mrs. T. M. Barr will entertain
the U. D. elub in two weeks fol
lowing the meeting with Mrs. Eu
gene Eckerlen, Sr., at her home
Tuesday afternoon. This meeting
was the first-of the season. Mrs.
George Henderson won high score
for the afternoon of cards. Mrs.
Naud of Medford was a special
guest. At the tea hour Mrs. Eu
srene Eckerlen Jr. and Mrs. A. E.
Huckesteln assisted Mrs. Ecker-
Inn (n aaptttnir - - !
Mrs. John Carson will Jbe host
ess for the Tuesday club which
met for Its first meeting of the
fall with Mrs. Prince Byrd Tues
day afternoon. Mrs., David Eyre
was a special guest for this meet
ing. ' " : ,. . f : ' , ' "
, Mrs. H. G. Maison will be host
ess in two weeks for the contract
bridge club to which she belongs
and which was the guest of ' Mrs.
palmer C. MaeDonald Tuesday.
Mrs. Otto Johnson was a special
guest. '- .
Silverton Mrs. Gertrude L.
Cameron presented Ruth Hubbs
and Ardis Aarhus in piano recit
al at her home Monday night be
fore agroup of 30 invited guests.
Ethel Smith, vocalist, assisted at
the recital. Miss Hubba will leave
this Saturday for Eugene where
she will enter the University of
Oregon. She plans to continue her
music, studying violin. Miss Aar
hus will take poet graduate work
at the local high school and will
continue her piano study,
. Members of the G.IK. P. club
meet j for the monthly meeting
with Mrs. Thomas Roen Monday
night. Mrs. T. A. Raffety will
entertain for the October meeting.
.Following an evening of informal
conversation and sewing Mrs.
Newell Williams ' assisted Mrs.
Roen in serving a late supper.
Covers were placed for Mrs. K.-H.
Pickens Mrs. W. C. Pickens, Mrs.
W. F. Foster, Mrs. Harry Harms,
Mrs. H. S. Gile. Mrs. Newell Wil
liams, Mrs. Katherlne Middleton,
Mrs. Walter Nelson, Mrs. Dale
Taylor, Mrs. J. F. Billeter, and
Mrs. Roen. i
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Mrs. R. K. Ohling will be host
ess Friday at her home. 1135
North 4th street, to members of
the Woman's Bible class of the
First Methodist church. Every
member is urged to be present as
there Is some important business
to come up before the class. The
meeting time is 2:30 o'clock.
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. Mrs. Paul Fugate and daugh
i ter, Ruth Pauline, will leave Sat-
; urday for their home In Aberdeen,
; Idaho. . They have been the guests
cf Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Voigt and
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Woolpert for
! the past two months. Mrs. Fogate
i is a sister of Mrs. Woolpert and
! Mrs. Voigt
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: Word has reached Mr. and Mrs.
j George w. Moore "of the award of
: a scholarship to Miss Eleanor
Moore, who competed with 54 en
trants in the Chicago Musical col
i lege. 'Miss Moore left to enter
cchool la Chicago a month ago.
Olive M. Doak,
church partors, 2:30 o'clock
First meeting of the year for Women of the! First;
Congregational church, with Mrs. ; W. E. Wilson ca
, Order of the Amaranth,
Masonie temple. !
: Leslie Can-Do class with Mrs. M. A. Marcy,
Ndrth Win te street. 2 o'clock.
i Thimble club of Maccabees, regular meeting at
of I Mrs. Bertha Loveland,
o'clock. ' "
f ::outh Circle of First Christian church, all-day
Ing with covered dish luncheon at noon.
; I ; Thursday, September 17
Ladies of the G. A. R.; 2 o'clock in1 armory; bhort
business meeting; followed by social meeting. ' ' j
Woman's Benefit association. Woman's clubhouse.'
8 o'clock; all urged to be present for important business
Friday, September 18
i First meeting of fall for "women' auxiliary to St.
Paul's Episcopal church, with Mrs. U. G. Shipley.'
Mrs. R. K. Ohling, hostess to Woman's Bible class
of First Methodist church at her home, 1135 North 4th
street. 2:30 o'clock.,
Mrs. C. W. Walcher hostess to Auxiliary to United
Spanish War Veterans at her home, 1570 South Commer
cial street; 2:30 o'clock.
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' Saturday, September 10
First meeting of fall
tion of University Women,
club. 1 . . i
Woman's Relief corps,
hall. ; ;
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By ERMA L. McINTYRE
When ' girls who are getting
ready to start out for college for
the first time, do not need anyone
to tell them that they are prepar
ing for what should be the most
wonderful four years ; of their
lives! In I that delightful . haze of
anticipation., they see sororities
with lots of '"bids", football he
roes Land fraternity presidents, the
"big men of the campus", dances
and football games, all sprinkled
in with a whlr at the books now
and then-j all a sort of prolonged
college movie. A wonderful
world! ; f'i '
But (here'si the worm P; the
bud), As world is also the most
critical one you could happen in
to. College is a place where so
many new people come in at once,
that : it is almost impossible to
judge by much more than first,
impressions," and it is up to the
Rookess to see to it that these
Impressions are just right. Right
here is where the big question of
clothes comes in. j !
Ofcourse requirements for
schools differ, but for the average
western college, a large wardrobe
is not necessary, but it must be,
oh, so carefully chosen! That Is.
unless you want to be utterly de
pendent upon your sorority sis
ters, i! . i v i
Your campus clothes are your
biggest consideration. A sport
coat of tweed, which may or may
not have fur on it, is a prime es
sential, and If it is well cut and
has a jaunty air about it you need
envy no one her fur coat, forlhe
main attribute of a successful
campus coat; is its aDinty to
stand a lot of! punishment. If you
are planning to get a fur coat for
campus wear,, broadtail or some
other short haired durable fur, is
best. S ; i ! - 'I i .
Next of the list of indispensa
ble is a suit. There are lovely
monotone tweeds in such-enticing
colors this year, that you'll ; be
sure to want; at least one. i Of
course it is an economy to get a
shade that will harmonize with
the accessories that go with your
campus coat.: - -
Then youll probably want a
short jacket of some kind. Suede
is always good, and is very smart
for this purpose. There should! be
a wool skirt and crew-neek sweat
er to , go with .the packet.
Now for the wool dresses. Of
course they must all harmonize
with the cam pus coat lor your
jacket. These new knitted dresses
are very nice, and have the advan
tage of not wrinkling. That ad
vantage is not; a mean one, for at
school girls have neither the time
nor the desire to press a lot of
clothes.. Tweeds and light weight
woolens are also smart for cam
pus frocks, and with these new
lingerie touches so tempting, you
will probably want more than you
can afford, but! you really can get
along nicely with two or three.
. Assessorles worn on most cam
puses are much the same as those
worn f for ordinary sport. You
must have hats that are ! attract
ive as well as comfortable, but
comfort Is the prime essential for
sb often you have to wear them
almost the entire day. Soft knit
ted turbans and simple felts are
best. Gloves of kid, or pigskin ; to
match your outfit, and either
brogues or serai-sport shoes com
plete your campus wardrobe.
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Hollywood Members of "The
Same Over Here Club" met Satur
day for a social evening! at the
heme of W. W. Fisher This Is the
first of a series of evening socials
to be held during the winter. Aft
er a pleasant evening, dainty re
freshments were served by the
hostess assisted by Mrs. O. A. For
gard. Members present were: Mr.
and Mrs. C 3. Thomas. Mr. and
Mrs. Forgard, Mr. T. Olsen, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Warder, Mr. J. J.
Kleeman, Mr. R. A. Manson, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Fisher and
daughter Mary Jean.
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Stlverton Mr. and Mrs. Clif
ford Larson of Oregon City entertained--
at -dinner Sunday If or' - a
group of SUverton people who
motored up for the occasion. Cov
ers were laid, for Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Larson, Mr, and Mrs.-Alvin Le
gard, Denzel . Legard and Mr and
Mrs. R. F. Larson all of SUverton
and the host and hostess.
first fall meeting; 8 o'g
405 South 25th street;
season fox American associa
one o'clock luncheon at Elks
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regular meeting, in Miller's
A delightful surprise
that -hIch complimented Miss
lorotny iveiiogg Monday even
ing. A line party was! enjoyed
early in the evening ind then
dancing In the Silver Grille of the
Gray 'Belle followed. j .:
Guests, were Miss Kellogg, Miss
Juanita Miller, Miss . fMarriom
Williams, Miss Daisy Varley, Miss
Elva Sehon, Maurice Hudkins,
Jack Poulin, Frances Barnes, Jim
my Sehon, and Cleo Seelek,
Members of the Woman's Bene
fit association are being urged to
be present for the Friday night
meet of the association which Is
scheduled tot 8 o'clock in! the Sa
lem Woman's clubhouse on North
Cottage street. There will be
some important discussion! on sev
eral business changes in the or
ganization and the president, Mrs.
Avis Martin, is especially anxious
that all members be present for
this discussion. I
Smarter Than One
0 It's a
Color contrasts . .
Don's artistic; ability does show npw
! The yoke of
rich cream. :
the yoke a yirid
dress a dark contrasting color. Tho
braided belt nsea all three colors.
Just Try One On
i Imam MMCWTUI OOMBMIV M. .
Thursday R rty
To be Smart ;
One . of : the smart parties of
the week will be the bridge and
dancing 1 party In the Silver Grill
of the Gray Belle Thursday night.
A late supper party will follow
the evening of cards and danc
ing. . Cards will be in play at 8
The affair will be a no host
evening. Gay fall flowers are
planned to decorat. the rooms,
and the supper, tables, j
The guest list will Include Mr.
and Mrs. L. Stanley, Mr. and
Mrs. Luke 'Shields, Mr. and Mrs.
John Graef, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Wodfl, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eng
strom, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Paulus,
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Waters,
Mr. and Mrs. . Gardner . Knapp,
Mr. and Mrs. Max "Rogers, - Mr.
and Mrs. - Earl Cooley, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Duncan,. Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin; E. Thomas, Dr. and Mrs.
Ruskin Blatchford, Mr. and Mrs.
Keith Brown. Mr. and Mrs.
George Rhoten, ' Mr., and Mrs.
Charles Layport. Mr. and Mrs
K. iW. Fitsgerald, Mr. and Mrs.
War Mothers Enjoy
The first social meeting of the
fall for the Salem chapter of the
American War Mothers proved a
delightful event Tuesday in the
social rooms of the American Lu
Mrs. Elisabeth Waters, chair
man of the social committee,
was in charge for the afternoon.
When all members had gathered
and a brief business meeting had
been concluded, Mrs. Waters had
the assemblage divide Itself into
groups according to native states.
In this arrangement the groups
marched to the dining rooms and
were seated according to states
at small tables. The state hav
ing the largest number of native
daughters present was Oregon.
As an amusing part of tho
program stories were told by the
members as they sat at the ta
The next social meeting 1 will
be October 20 at which time the !
delegates to the national conven
tion at Long Beach will have
charge of the program. The con
vention will begin September 29.
Hostesses appointed for the
October social meeting are Mrs.
Helen Southwick. Mrs. Addle
Curtis, Mrs. Mae Ivle, Mrst Ber
tha Viesko, Mrs. Sarah Peterson,
Mrs. Anna Borkman, Mrs; Au
gusta Hixon, Mrs. Bessie Martin,
Mrs.. Lucetta E. White, and Mrs.
. and how Nelly
Jersey dress is a
hand set ting off
-contrast, and the
Formal Tea is
One. of the most brilliant so
cial functions In university cir
cles was the formal ; "at home
and tea .Tuesday for which, the
Beta Chi sorority was hostess in
compliment to the patronesses of
the house for this year, Mrs. C.
D. Gabrlelson, Mrs, C. A. Sprague
Mrs.; Paul Wallace and Mrs. Ho
mer; Goulet. . 1
: Fall , flowers In the flaunting
gay; colors of autumn 'decked the
reception rooms of the !sorority
home, and graced the attractive
tea table where for . the i first
hour Mips - Lelia . Johnson - 'and
Mrs. Merrill Ohling presided and
the second hour. Miss Marjorie
Christenson and Miss .Mary, Lou
Aiken. Soft light of autumn col
ored, tapers added beauty, to the
whole scene. , ,
.Miss Caroyl Braden greeted
the guests at tha door, and -Miss
Ruth Fick introduced to the line
which was headed by; Miss Eloise
White, and next in ''order were
Mrs. Frank Erickson, Mrs. Paul
Wallace, Mrs. Homer; Goulet, and
Mrs. C. D. Gabrlelson. Mrs.
Sprague and Mrs. F. A. Elliott,
house mother,; were unable, to be
present because of the Pi E. O.
convention in session in Portland.
Little sisters of the Beta Chi
sorority assisted in serving and
these were Freda Morley, Joyce
Phelps. Gertrude Oehler. ' and
Jean Marshall. Town members
of the sorority and alumni as
sisted about the rooms. ' '
Mrs:C. W. ValchWto
Among the organisation meet
ings of the week will be that of
the Auxiliary to the United Span
ish War Veterans which will
meet Friday afternoon beginning
at 2:30 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. C. W. Walcher, 1570 South
Mrs. Walcher will be assisted
by Mrs. Lucy Newcomb and Mrs.
Martha Harrington. This will be
the regular social meeting of the
Mathew Find ley, of Penokee,
Kansas, is the guest of his broth
er, Dr. M. C. Findley. j Mr. Find
ley came to Salem to accompany
his daughter. Miss Lourine Find
ley, who will enter Willamette,
university as a freshman this fall.
He will remain here a week , be
fore he departs for his home in
Dr. and Mrs. Vern W. Miller
have come to make their home in
San Francisco. Dr. Miller has ac-
ppil j ime - - p-- i
fl BEGIN MUSICj LS0NSA1Y l, ""! - , ' l y jij j
Elma WellerPianist Teacher
Classes in piano and Dunning Improved Method for
Beginners enrolling: now
CLASSES IN ENSEMBLE PLAYING
High School Credit Given
Residence Studio 605 X. Liberty Phone 0550
Professional Accompanist and Experienced Teacher of Piano
Classes ' for Beginners and Advanced Students, -'.
Starting Tuesday, Sept. 8
High School Credits Given " . ! Studio Nelson Bldg.
Phone 6144, Res. Phone 6675381 Chemeketa St.
FRANK S. CHURCHILL
Teacher of Piano and Pipe Organ
Clasees for beginners and advanced student
Studio 405 S. Winter
For children ages 3-. Mondays, Wednesdays ; and Fridays,
9-11:30 a. m. OPENING SEPTEIklBER 21st ,
Music, Eurhythmies, acrobatic and recreational games, rhyth
mic orchestra, handwork and pre-scbool work. .
Mrs. Frank I.ilburn, assisted by Barbara Barnes, Lois Plans
t mer, Mrs. C. F. Hageman For Information Call 4618
Nelson Building . s .
PIANIST PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPANIST :
Beginners and Advanced Students
THE MELODY WAY GROUP
Instruction (or Beginners
Chambers Bldg. - 383 N. High 'i, Phone 4236
T. S. and Ethel H.
MRS. MARION MULKEY '
Nelson. Bldg. .
Eurhythmies, Dramatization, Nature study, ... . ,
mosic, dancing,' handwork, car service
'Sept. 21st Tel. 6375
PIANIST AND TEACHER
Salem Class No vf Enrolling
Private and Class Instruction
Stndlo, 245 Union ' '- ' '
. cellist -Honor
Academy of Music,
.Ensemble, Chamber Music, Coaching
- PRIVATE AND ' CLASS INSTRUCTION -w' "
BEGINNERS , ADVANCED" . PROFESSIONAL;
Salem Btndio, 254-N. Ch
Mrs. I Jennie Vincent who
resigned her position us house
mother of the Y. W. C. A, at
the Tuesday executive i board
meeting. Photo by Kennell
EUis.' V ! .1
cepted la position on the state hos
pital staff. Mrs. Miller wUl be
remembered as Margaret' Breiten-
stein. ' . - . i I
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Mrs, Lillian Scott, instructor in
Leslie junior high school, has re
turned to Salem ; after haying
spent the past; several weeks in
San Francisco with Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs. V. R. Griggs, and daugh
ter, Emlyn, returned Moflday
night after spending the past two
weeks: vacationing and visiting in
Vancouver, B. C, New Westmln
lster; and Seattle, Wash; i
Mrs. F. D. Voigt Is sufficiently
convalescent! from a recent major
operation undergone at i Salem
General hospital to receive visi
BOSTON, Sept. 15 AP)
Paul y. Hurley, 20, was
electrocuted in Charlestown state
prison! shortly after midnight tot
the murder of Patrolman Joseph
O'Brien in Brook line on August
. ; CLOUDBURST HITS
TONOPAH, Her.. Sept. 15.-
(AP)-r-A cloudburst deluged To1
nopah and the surrounding rane
country. shortly after noon Mon
day. At the peak of the two-hoir
storm i water ran three feet deep
in Tonopah's main street.
Piano and Pipe Organ
Dunning System of
Improved Ma sic Stadjr
for Beginners i
Res. 505N. Summer
Phone 6529 ST Hi
ELIZABETH LEVY STEIN KK
Mus.B. , . Tiolinist
. . Teacher of Priie-Winning
i Is -Pretty
fVi: Party i
A "delightful pretty one o'clock
luncheon at the Delta-Phi soror
ity; house Tuesday, - marked -'the
close of the rush season for. hat
sorerityi; z r -T'-;;;! . &
The guests were seated at swell
tables centered with dainty : ar
rangements d of fall flowers; In
shades of gold and yellow, r
Hostesses ! for the affair were
Mis Edith Findley. Miss Alvis
Love. Mrs. Mildred Miller, Miss
Beuna prown. Miss Cynthia De
lane, Miss Viola .Crosier, Miss Lois
Wilkes,! Miss ; Sarah Dark. Miss
Elisabeth ; Clement : and Miss
Frances; Law. i ' f ,
Assisting hostesses were Ger
trude - Oehler, Dorothy Bosshard,
Marguerite Estudlllo, Janet Weil,
Edith Clement and Sylvia DeBois.
Covers were placed for 1 20
guests for this pretty luncheon
party. I v , - -
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j (On Tb Days
i SILVERTON, Sept! 15. SU
verton jwlll3 celebrate Its annual
autumn opening Friday and Sat
urday Of - this; week. The open
ing is being sponsored by the Sil
verton chamber of commerce.?
The i opening ? will 5 consist f of
window : displays, window and
cash, prizes, i Earl J, 'Adams! is
general chairman for; the fall
opening. -Mayor L. C. Eastman
will be master of ceremonies.'
The finance committee consists
of Fred Ca vender and L. S. Jpr
daa. . Raleigh Hendricks and
Knute iDigerness wifr be respbn
sible for the music and - -arto
Show and Lowell Hoblltt is f in
charge of tickets land window
prizes. S. P. Rose and Elgin
McCleary compose the , street
lighting committee. , i f
Prune Dryer is I
i f Struck by Fire
; Jb& South Salem fire company
were called to Falrvle. avenue
and South Commercial street i at
7:10 o'clock Monday eveningiao
extinguish a fire in; the roof of a
prune dryer operated by Conrad
Falk. . (The i damage to the reof
tras reported to be small. ;-
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v ! . ScKool of Professional Dancing
Registratioh for Fall Term
I September 14, 1 5, 1 6
1 Re-opening of classes Sept. 21st
Studio 155 Si Liberty St.
1; ;-r- '"'.v.' f;. ''.'':-;r. iv"-' ' : ' . ' j 1 ; r' :i 4 'Hj "
William! Wallace Graham
Concert Violinist and Teacher :- Head of the VioKn
-U Departnient, Willamette University.' W i
Mr. Graham,! now in Alaska, announces; opening of
, ms .siuaia in o&iem
For information address
Lena Belle Tartar
Vocal j Teacher, Chorus
Class and Personal Voice
MacDowell Club ;phoru$,.
Auxuliary, Quartette. Conservatory Graduate, Accred
ited by State of Oregon. Available for Recitals,: Stu
dent Soloists if or sPrograms. - 3 ! j Mit
. . .407 COURT STREETTELEPHONE 3847 :
: i Teachers
Applied Piano Group Instructidn or Pri
vate Work and Fundamentals in Class.
High School Credits if Desired.
.., Jessie F. Bush.-
m m A m n; m t V a A a . &
:r " . Progressive Series i
Laura Grant Churchill ;
80 North ; Winter - ' .
! : Telephone ( 5 3 C i-y ' f;
Mrs; Walter Denton
Studio. Nelson Buildinr
- Telephone 7514 . f:
Lena 3Iayj Dotson
1109 v Union Street :
j FIRE IXJSSES HEAVY
ST. PAUL, Minn.. Sept. 15.
(AP) Favorable weather condi
tions aided relief workers it fire
stricken areas of northwestern
Minnesota Monday as . a partial,
check of the 1 loss revealed that
in dne fores! district .'alone it
would ' unofficially approximate
$1,200,000. : .; "
I A series of winning reci-
I pes submitted In a contest I
1 rr hrriw riTY
I BAKING CO. I
I Clip and' paste them in I
! : vour recrne book i
j Mrs. Marie Price
' 1' r' ."i . Salem :hS ,
14 cups grannlated sugar ,
I 3 tablespoons cornstarch . I
j! 2 cups boiling watery '
I butter, size of walnut ' "
juice of 1 lemon . '-f
I' 1 egg well beaten 1
j Three slices ; white Snowflake
It bread, not too thin. ; - I
. Put cornstarch- and! sugar .
1 into the top of double boiler 1
I and then add the boiling water j
:HrrIti 4nntn.nttv until th!-k.
TheAadd to this the egg, and i
lemon juice," stir until well I
mixed. Take from fire and add .
butter. Have .bread broken into I
1, f vr - 1 ' ,
. amiu pieea. rui . ijef ui
I lemon mixture into a dish and
then a. laver of bread. lter-
I nating until used, hating a
layer of lemon mixture on top.
I Let cool. This may be 'varied I
by putting into a baking dish
and topping with an egg me- i
ringue and browning in oven.
Very good either way. Serve?
4 to 6 people.
Phone 3535 ,
of Artists" H :.-f3 I
aooui vcvooer xst. ; -
600 Holly SW Portland, Ore.
Director, Contralto Soloist,
Instruction. Director Salem
Director American Legion
. Bertha Jcnk Darby I
C7 N. Cottage Tel. 7758
'i Progressive Series
' 73 S Stewirt Street
Telephone 5194 ;
Ethel Poling Phelps
1075 N. Capitol Street!
". T Telephone 82 ?
V -' ' Lena Waters i
'.-' K5S Court Street ; -i
. : ;:. Tlephpne "55 ' i