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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, October 28, 1931
Salem Press Club
: Has Interesting
One of the- most interesting
meetings of the year for Salem
Women's Press club vas that lor
which Mrs. A. L. LIndbeck was
hostess at her home on South
High street Tuesday afternoon.
The afternoon was given oyer
in the art- of makinr dolls from
men's socks. After getting the
dolls into beautiful shapeJ, the
faces -were adeptly painted and
the results are 12 beautiful dolls
for 12 children ' this . Christmas.
The distribution will" be made
through charitable organizations
... of the city. . .. .
i Refreshments in keeping with
..Hallowe'en were served by Mrs
Undbees assisted .by Mrs. Steven
' Stone. - w ': ""
A Mnecial guest was Mrs. E. O
Stadter of Bend,' sister of Mrs. A.
it. Brawn: elab. members -were
. Mrs. E. A. Brown, Mrs. Dod Up-
lohn. . Mrs. Stenhen Stone. Mrs.
Addison Lane. Mrs. RLc. Curtis,
Mrs. Hal Hoss. Mrs. E. E. Thom
as. Mrs. Ralph Kletzing, Mrs.
' Wayne Pettlt, Mrs. Clayton Bern-
hard. Mrs. Marry Wade. Mrs.
Dennis Landry, and Mrs. Llnd-
heck. i .'. -
! - Mrs. Bernhard will entertain
i the club at Us next meeting. Fur
: ther eharity sewing will be done
at this meeting.
! Mrs. J. G. Taylor is
Hi-Lo Hostess c
I. Members of the HI Lo club, and
I husbands wen entertained -with
a delightful evening of cards at
the home of Mrs. J. G. Taylor.
Monday eevning. - Hallowe'en
formed the motif for decorations.
Black was used in bridge acces
sories and in the seiving- serrico
at the supper hour.
Winning scores were held, by
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wicfcert. and
Mrs. C. H. Ringwald and W. J.
.Lee.v 1 ' : :J ,; -
, . special guests were Mr. and,
Mrs. Mace Hanks, and Mr. and
Mrs. R. O. Magee. p
Club members and husbands
were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pitcher.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lee, Mr. and
Mrs. William Craig, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Sande, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Ringwald, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Matthis, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wick
ert, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Taylor,
and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. t ;
Mrs. J. ; Sande will entertain
the club for an afternoon of cards
at her home November 3.
i Liberty. Mrs. Bruce Fox en
tertained Monday with a delight
ful , luncheon and hankerchief
shower, honoring the birthday anniversary-
of Mrs. Will "opley I
Cowers were placed for the honor
truest, Mrs. Copley, and Mrs. A.
B. Browning,' Mrs. George Wilson,
Mrs. Nellie Ball, Mrs. Fred
Browning and Mrs. -Fox.
By ANNE. ADAMS - .
Pajamas consisting ot . ower
hlouse and trousers form a prac
tical and-good ensemble lor sleep
ing or lounging. So simple lo
make, tool The revers are in one
with the blouse, ; and Weed with
a bit of -contrasting color.' You
mar may make your jsleeres long,
short or omit theni altogether.
The pocket is sized to be service
able, a well as trim. For warmth,
"nnel "d ekallia are practical
fabrics--equally serviceable are
cotton broadcloth, .. percale and
rayon. . ,. -, -.. . , . -; - .
' .Perttt 1 9 3 4 "may id ordered
Ua? "l" 34' ' 40. .42
n ! 5 yards
71rT. ,,Ue nd lnlple. exact lu-
-tracuons are given.' No dress
making experience la necessary to
w.w mi, uoaei wn our pattern.
Sco4 f ifte cent fa roia r
Unpa (coins prsfrrd) for cack
pattern. - Wnlm tlauily yomr is,,
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Th fall etloj i, eowfV
rady. It (eaterct th aiwMt n -(
afternoon, . aporta and 1 bou
draaaea. linierta. pajamaa sad ki4
tea' cMaea. J,lao liihft
aogcwatirni ia aeeaawy nd trana
rr patteraa.' Price of catalog; -fiftean
eeata. Calalo? with pal-4
tr. tnt7 Qt rent. A.iJrtai
H aul and ordrra to Tb Stnico
a Patters Department. 845 ' '
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News and Club
Olive M. Dojlk.
Wednesday, October 28
I Leslie Can Do class,
o'clock in sartors of LeslieMemorJal church.
" Lincoln P. T. A. at school house, 7:30 o'clock; topic,
beautification of schosJ grounds; all parents urged to
come. s ' - " " -""
: Mrs. Mary Kennedy, hostess for tea afternoon i at
her home 990 North 16th street. !
r Executive board ei-Y. W. C. A. meet in social rooms
of Y. .W, 10 o'clock, to rehearse part to be played nin
Golden Jubilee pageant. . j -
j . i Thursday,
TJ. S. Grant circle. Ladies ft Grand Army of Repab-
lie, called meeting Thursday, 2 o clock; armory; every ;
member Is asked to be present for Important business.
I Mother's circle of Leslie " school, P. f T. A.; 2:30 ;
o'clock Mrs. V. R. Griggs, chairr-n; Mrs. L. Laws, tea ;
hostess. :. .' t iY--: -y - : h '-If-
- North Salem W. C. T. TJ.; 2 o'clock, J ason Lee
chnreh; reports to be given from delegates to state con-
wention. ?:" ' r. ' : ir
' i United Artisans, potluck dinner 7 o'clock; program, f
and dancing; following; Artisans and families. 1 i .,
-Maccabeerwill sponsor Hallowe'en party at F rater-
nal temple t e'elock; potlnck aupper; friends invited.-
Unitarian Alliance autumn bridge tea In Emerson
room..! ' - - vf ; I v
Council of Church Women of Salem and wicinity, at
First Baptist church; first session 11 o'clock; t noon'
luncheon to be served at Baptist church; afternoon ses
sion of speakers, and business meeting.
Neighbors of Woodcraft.' short , session at 7:30
o'clock, with social evening following. All Invited. -
JJY. P. L. Hallowe'en party, at Labish hall; ewen
ing affair. " " ' y ' . ' ' ,
A. A. TJ. W. luncheon
Catherine Jones special speaker and Gladys Mclntyre
Thomas, soloist. : " - . . ... i..
Joneses Observe 40th
Independence The fortieth
wedding ahnlrersary of Mr. and
Mrs. -Newt Jones was celebrated
atrthe horn of their daughter.
Reuf Sunday at a
lovely dinner planned by Mrs.
Reuf and her, sister, Mrs. Albert
Skelton, as & surprise for their
father and mother.
The table was beautifully art
ran ?ed with howls of lovely Dom-
pom dahlias; and tall yellow tap
ers In black holders with favors
suggestive of the Hallowe'en spir
it. Large Lboquets of gladiolus
and dahlias! were placed attrac
tively ; about f the rooms. Miss
Marion Ruet and Miss Louise Ha
ley assisted at the table service.
Covers were placed for Mr. and
Mrs. Newt Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Chambers of Eugene, Miss
Kathrine Jones and Miss Grace
Jones of Corvalll?, Prof, and Mrs.
Skelton of O. S. C. and their
daughter. Miss Mary Skelton, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Skelton and son
Robert of Grants Pass, Miss Lou
ise Haley. Mrs. Marie Reuf -and
daughters, Miss Marion and Miss
Barbara.:' ' r " - - 1
- Many lovely gifts were received
by the honored couple. Mr. and
Mrs. Jones have lived in Indepen
dence many! years and have shar
ed in the development of the city.
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i. The Hallpwie'eni costume party
given by the! Rebekah lodge under
the sponsorship of the October
committee proved a splendid suc
cess at the I. O.'O. F. hall Mon
day night. This program conclud
ed the- last of -a series of three
programs presented byi the ,eom
mlttee, Lillian Fleeter, Alma" Hen
derson and Roberta Olmstead.
The November 2 'program will
be arranged by merdbers of the
F.'. L. club, I group of the young
girl members of the Rebekahs.
The November committee will be-:
gin its plans .with the November
9 meeting. !..) r"', '
- Ah- excellent response to com
ing dressed In custume was made.
Prixes were given for the best cos
tumes. Mrs. Grace Webber and
Mrs. Elsie I Townsend received
awards for the women and Lloyd
Stiff ler and (W. A. Cladek for .the
men. " - j :
Those taking part in the pro
gram, were Lwis Pitt, WIglow
Cnsick. Collins ; Anderson, Stella
Weed of Portland," the Business
and Professional Women's choir.
Colleen . Mennis. Willard Moses.
Helen Benner, Vivian Benner,
Jeannette Clark, Frances Clark.
Doris McCa Ulster. Mrs. M. D. Mc-
Callister. Lulu Allen,; Alice Thom
as and Marie: Llghtner ot ; Port-
Und. -7-1 .-: " . -
Miss Cecelia Mielke and her
mother, Mrs. J. F. Mielka have
just returned from, a five months
trip. which. took them abroad and
much of which they, epent in Ger
many where they visited relatives,
in Warttemberg. Side trips were
Uken Into SwiUerland and ; in
many places In Germany. Miss
Mielke win again take up her du
ties as instructor In Highland
school. i : .. -
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' The junior class of Salem hish
school will entertain with a class
dance in the; school '"gymnasium
Friday night. Music will be f ur-
nisnea ey, jo Darby - and " his
school orchestra Sophomores and
seniors coming o the parly, must
bring Junior dates, j ,? .-
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Member of the Y. W. C A.
board are asked to meet this
morning iathe social rooms of the
Y. W. at 19 o'clock. Plans will be
worked oul for the part the board
will play in tthe Golden Jubilee
pageant to be presented by Y W
C. A. November .
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f Sayerton.--Mrs. W. C. ' Larson
entertained 'at; dinner Sundaln
birthday; ft was. Covers were plac
ed let Harold Urson, Merl Lar
son; Mr. asdi Mrs. Alvin- Lesard
Denxel I.Ptd. Miss JerdteKlS-
ter of Oregon City, Mr. and Mrs
W. C. Larson and Carrie Clauson.
cowered dish dinner.
October 29 j :
October SI . !
meeting at Elks club; Miss.
A. A. U.W. Has
One of the most interesting pro
grams of the year for the A. Ai
U. W. will be that of Saturday
which.. will be a luncheon meeting
at the Elks temple. ,
Miss Catherine Jones of the
Portland Journal will speak on her
experiences as a feature writer.
She will especially dwell upon
some'of the interesting and -amusing
incidents in interviews with
personages of note. )
Special, music of Interest Is to
be given by Gladys Mclntyre
Thomas. Mrs. Thomas is m soloist
who has only recently retbrned to
Salem after extensive voice study
in cnlcago. .
W. C. TJ U: Program
The North Salem W. C. T. U.
will meet Thursday afternoon at
2 o'clock In the Jason Lee church
social rooms. Reports of the state
convention will be given. Mrs.
Belle Roberts Long will speak on
bpirit of Evangelism'!: Mrs.
Edna L. Lively will sneak on
What I Saw at the Farm! Home."
Dr. Emma Rogers on "What Im
pressed Me Most at the State Con
vention," Mrs. Helen Prescott on
Marion . County at the State
Fair." - . . i .
Mrs. Necla E. Buck will talk
about national and state nlans
and Mrs. P. J. Voth will give a
reading.' , - ' 'j
Rainbow Girls Plan:
The first large dance ! of I the
season for Chadwick chapter, Or
der of Rainbow, for Girls. will be
held November 20 at Castilllan
hall. ; ! . .
Miss Peggy Wagstaff has charge
of the decorations and Miss Jo
sephine McGUchrist of the refresh
ments. Miss Jean Eastridge is
general chairman. . ? ;"! 3
The affair will be semlfformal.
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Tom Oye had charge of the J.
Y. P. L.- meeting Sunday even
ing. Prof. Haworth of Willam
ette university gave an interesting
talk on "Evangelism.'
music was given by Gns Klerapel,
who. was accompanied by
MUST YOU GO?
Lya De Putti (above), the Ger
man motion picture actress, who
came to America as an artist, thus
avoiding the quota restrictions, "
has been ordered to appear before
the U. S. immigration authorities,
in New York, due to the fact that
her last American visa on her pass
port has expired. The charming
actress plan to seek aid of ; the
- German Consul. , , .. y..
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Thii week la being marked by
large parties. There were at
least' 300 guests who attended
the joint benefit of the Order of
the Eastern Star and the Salem
Woman's club Tuesday afternoon
In the Masonic clubrooms. -Mrs,
Ralph Mercer and Mrs.' David-
Wright were committee- chairmen
for the affair. '
The proceeds from this benefit
will go mostly toward the local
Y. W. C. A. fund for which the
affair was given primarily. .
A second large party of the
week will he the Unitarian bridge
tea Friday afternoon in the Emer
son room of the 'church. This af
fair is anticipated as an annual
event ot unusual loveliness. This
year th guest rooms -will ' be
uniquely decorated in a .' motif
which will carry out the approach
of Hallowe'en and" ; . Thanksgiving
and the spirit of falL
. Special - parties ' are - being ' ar
ranged for this delightful event
and it is anticipated that It will
be one of the moat popular affaire
of the fall. Mrs. W. E. Feldman
and Mrs. L. C. Marshall are In
charge of arrangements. - '
Special music will be presented
by Gladys Mclntyre Thomas and
Dalbart Jepsen accompanied by
A third large affair will be the
bridge tea for which Mrs.' Jack
Johnston and Mrs. .William
Braun will entertain at the Gray
Belle Saturday afternoon. Bridge
win -be in play at ten tables. Mrs.
G. L. Forge win assist In recelv-
ing the guests. ,'
A fourth large event will be
the meeting of the Marlon county
lederatlon of clubs on Thursday
at the Woman's chfbhouse with
members of the' Etokta club as
hostesses. 4 . i
The session will open at 10
o'clock with Mrs. Mason Bishop.
president of the Etokta club giv
ing the address of welcome. Mrs.
J. O. Van Winkle j of A Jefferson
will give the response. Officers'
reports and committee reports
will occupy the morning session.
a no-nost luncheon at the Pres
by terian church will be sponsored
at noon. Reservations for- this
are being received by Mrs. Mason
Bishop, 1305 South Commercial
A president's round table will
be held by Mrsr- B. M. Bower.
vice president or tne county fed
eration. Immediately following
the lunch hour. There is expect
ed to be 21 club presidents pres
ent for this representing each of
the 21 clubs of the county. In
addition to this there Is supposed
to ie rive delegates from each
club so that there will be a large
number of valley women in. Sa
lem Thursday. -
Dr. U. G. Dubach of Oregon
state college will be the afternoon
speaker. .Special music will also
form ar part of-the afternoon ses
sion. - - ' Kpj .' -'- ;
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P. T. A. to Beautify r
An Interesting project is being
sponsored by the- P, T. A. ot Lin
coln school. Under the direction
and with the aid of J. W. Maruny
plana are being .made and will be
carried out for the beautifying of
the school grounds. ,
Mr. Maruny will! speak for 10
minutes this evening-at the te
gular P. T. A. meeting at the
school house on these plans. The
meeting Is called for 7:30 o'clock.
A program Is beink planned
which will be presented by Mrs.
Marie Wyatt, soloist: and reports
from the state convention given
by delegates from XJncoln P. 'T.
Mrs. R. L. Wright, Mrs. Leo
Page, Mrs. Gene Grabenhorst, and
Mrs. Walter Minler. Mrs. A. A.
Schramm Is program chairman.
Frank Boehring is president of
the group and Mrs.1 Harry Belt is
vice president. i!
; Keizer--G. ; C. "Vells was sur
prised, by a group jot his ffiends
recently" in celebration of bis 60th
birthday. Refreshments were tak
en by, the guests and"af ter a hap
py informal social ; evening were
served. Those attending this par
ty were Mrs; C. T. McAllister, Mrs.
Byron D. Wells, Mr- and Mrs. Ver-f
non McAllister and daughter, Em
ma all of Shaw; Mf. and Mrs. A.'
E. Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Lindgren,, W. E. Bunn, and -Mr.
and Mrs. Linn Hill and Verla HIM
all of Kelzer; Mrs. Edgar Savage
and son Richard of Shedd; Mr. and
Mrs,, J. C Wells, ! Carroll Cum
mings, Mr. and MrsJ Will Oglesby,
Edith and Jack Oglesby, Mr. and
Mrs.W.r, Heseman and ilr.. and
Mrs. .W.'A. Cummings and Lloyd
dimming all of -Salem. : A tele
phone message, from his daughter
in - Weiser, Idaho; added much ; to
the pleasure of ther evening. "
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; Roberts. Miss Jalla Query en
terutned for her - brother ' Floyd
Saturday night with a card c.and
dancing party. Hallowe'en decora
tions were used about the rooms
and on the prettily1 appointed ta
bles. - Those attending were Miss
Viola Fulkerson, : Dan Setchfield
of Corvallis, Loren Schulmerlck of
HiUsboro, Miss Ruth Behl of Rick
reall. Miss June Edwards, Henry,
and. Floyd Query and-the -hostess.
, ' V,rs. Ed MeDonaid of Salem is
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Charles McCarter, . where she has
been ill for some time.
LADD & BUSH,
" Salem, Oregon ' : - "-
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. ; Established 1868, L
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Commercia) and Savings Department
Joint Meeting is
Happy Affair 1
An unusually Interesting meet
ing was the joint session ef the
Veterans of Foreign. War; and its
auxiliary Monday night at the
A program was given in which
appeared wee Annabelle Conley,
vocalist; Marcelle Herbster, in ac
robatic, dance; Miss Lois Rlggs
pianist; Miss June Director, vi
olinist accompanying Miss Riggs;
Missv Martha Floer, soloist, accom
panied by Miss Brietzke. . v 7
: Mrs. Christian Floer was : air
man of the program and -managed
the ; "package auction" which
brought in large returns o the or
ganization funds, Harold Pedersen
acted as auctioneer.. -
v An installation committee was
named at the business session for
Installation of officers November
9. Mrs. Frank Nleswander. Mrs.
Christian Floer- and Mrs. Byron
uomey win be the committee.
' It ia expected that Mrs. Cecile
Porter of ' Portland, department
president, will be present for the
installation and - that the depart
ment. degree team and a large
delegation from Albany win also
be .present. - . . . 4 v
Choir -Makes Initial ,
earance . ;,.-
The. fifth appearance for the
choir of -the Business and Profes
sional Women's club was made
Monday night when it appeared on
the program of the Rebekah lodge.
Mrs. William Herbster i the ac
companist and Mrs. F. W. Waters
is director. Members of the choir
are: sopranos. Myrtle Gilbert. Es
ther Hagedorn, Mrs. Arehart. and
Alta Kershner; second . sopranos,
Emily Howard. Myrtle Reeves,
Miil:, Lindqulst: altos. Pearl
S peers, Winnie Pettyjohn, and
Bridge Lessons Are
Sponsored by Guild
An interesting series of lessons
in contract bridee will h s-Ivn h
Mrs. Henry Story of Portland be
ginning Thursday! In , the parish
nouse of St. Paul's Eniscorial
church. The Junior euild of the
church is spdn'soring this series
which Is like the one which was
sponsored last falL '
TUe committee In charre is
Mrs. Don Roberts. Mrs. Homer
Smith. Mrs. J. E. Law. Mrs. Wal
lace carson, MrsJ Henrv Corno-
yer, ana Mrs. v. E. Kubn.
Mrs. Loyal W.! Henderson en
tertained in compliment to her
small daughter,. Donna Marie, on
ner.rourth birthday Saturday aft
ernoon. The affair was a masque
party with Hallowe'en as the in
spiration. Guests in compliment to Donna
Marie-were Mrs. Fred C. Peterson
and daughter Marjorie," Mrs. Ray
Fasching and daughter. Nona.
Mrs. Robert Hinze and daughters
Judith and Lloyd,! and Louis and
Marjory Hill. j
Eastern Star Invited ,
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Officers and members of Chad
wick chapter, Order of the East
ern Star, are invited to attend the
session. tonight at' Beaverton of
Beaver Chapter ef the Eastern
Star, according to word received
by. Mfs. Albert Smith, worthy ma
tron ot Chadwick.
The occasion for the invitation
is the visit of the Worthy Matron
and Worthy Patron of Portland
and vicinity. ; ;
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A large delegation of. Salem
nembers of ' Chadwick : chanter.
Order of the Eastern Star, motor
ed to Independence Tuesday night
wnere tne Chadwick chapter de
gree team gave the Degree of
Frach Adoptive Rite t'o the Inde
Mrl. N. C. Kafoury entertained
members of the Kensington club
at her home Uh is past week. Mrs.
Margaret LeFurgy, Mrs. Henry
Cornoyer, and Mrs. Charles Wil
son were special ' guests. Mrs. C. i
F. Pratt will entertain the erono
in two weeks .
A large number of the member
ship of the Delta' Chi chapter of
Delphlans met at the home of
Mrs. Ray M. Waltz Tuesday morn
ing (or tne regular morning study
session of the club.
Mrs. Hector Adams and Mrs. J.
G. Taylor spent Tuesday in Port
land attending, a -meeting of the
Oregon Florists. , '
,-ee PoattainJ. 100 caafetfMa rnnaai. '
wch a ba iinaiUiraaww
Blonde and lovely. Winifred Coe
ai uau(UKi 0i curcu
wholesale jrrocer of San Francisco.-
Became ue nnae oz Kicftard Dix,
37, film star, at Yuma, Arix. Mrs.
Dix, who Is 'well known la San
Francisco society and is described
as a "marvelous cook," ia also a
pianist of ability.
ARM IS AMPUTATED
CHEMAWA. Oct. 27 ' This
community was shocked to learn
that - it had become necessary to
Amputate Charles E. Larsen's left
arm Just above the elbow, the
operation being peformedj Satur
day night. Mr. Larsen, who is
employed as disbursing - officer
and chief clerk at the Indian
Training . school, - was injured in
an automobile accident west of
Corvallis October 17. resulting in
his arm being badly fractured.
He has beenT since.; that time
confined in the general hospital,
Corvallis. For a num'-er of days
the physicians In charge of hi
case were hopeful of saving the
arm, but being unable to restore
complete circulation this hope
was abandoned and the operation
Mrs. Larson, also employed 1 at
Chemawa, was at the hospital at
the time; and has since then been
remaining . in n Corvallis. The
latest reports from physieians In
dicate that Mr. Larsen's condition
Is very favorable. '
G. F leningr, Jr.,
Of District Group
JEFFERSON. - Oct. 27 The
Jefferson District "Sunday school
convention held . in the Marlon
Presbyterian church ; Sunday af
ternoon was well attended by
members of - the Talbot - Union
Sunday school. Friends and Pres
byterian, of -Marion, and Metho
dist and Evangelical of Jefferson.
Dr. J. O. VanWlnkle called the
convention to order. Rev. M. M.
Stocker of Albany gave the main
address. , ey ' ' v
During the 'business session
following the program, the fol
lowing officers were elected for
the ensuing year: Rev. G. T.
Lienlng, Jr., -president; Dr. J. O.
VanWlnkle, vice president, and
Mrs. W. F. Gulvln, secretary
treasurer. The Friends school at Marion
received th banner for -having
the Largest per cent of attendance
Mrs W. W. Woodruff Is in Sa
lem. General, hospital; where she
ia recovering from a serious ma-
or operation. ..
Capitol City Transfer Co.
.... Phone Namber 777J
AT SHERlIi lf!CE
Eggleston Located on D. J
Fry Farm, Where he
': Vill Raise j Sheep'.
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ZENAi Oct 27-i-A group of
Zena folk enjoyed ; k an old time
dance at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
G. A. Taylor of Sheridan Saturday
night. Included in the party were
Mr. and Mrs. N. ; Stephens and
two daughters Gertrude and Mar
guerite, Miss Olga Horten, Easter
Horten, Tftd Horten,( Mr. and Mrs
Ralph Sohn and daughter- Nadine
Kenneth Hunt, Frahk and Louis
Mr. " and Mrs. Joseph Schlndler
of Salem : were dinner guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E
Barker of Zena Sunday. Other re
cent guests- at the ! Barker home
Were Dr.. and Mrs. Crant Smith of
Portland. ': . ; .. "
i . Mr and 'Mrs. H. J. Eggieston,
formerly of Silverton are newcom
ers here .' having located on - the
D. J.. Frr farm last week. Mr. Eg-
gleston has a flock! of les than
10 0 sheep but Intends to. buy" a
large flock and will keep "about
300 head In alL The Fry farm
consists of over 300 acres of which
the cultivating land will be sown
to grain for sheep pasture. Root
crops and hay will also be raised
for the sheep. ; v
Mr. . and Mrs. M. Stenhens of
Zena entertained as Sunday din
ner guests their daughter, Mrs.
Marcelle Dowdy of I Sa!em. their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Sohn and little dauzh
ter Nadine of North Spring Valley.
Leo Pietsch, Salem and the imme
diate family, Gertrude. Margue
rite, Raymond and Emmett, .
Zelpha Smith Again
In School; Was Sick
HAYESVILLE. Get 27 fl
Zelpha Smith, who has been seri
ously ill for several month win
able to enter school ; today. k
Max Lytle has Installed a new
at the convention, and the Sun
day school at Talbot received the
banner for having the, Jargest av
erage per cent of attendance dur
ing the- quarter. I
Sold in Salem by
I Good" I
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Modes of the day
at ' " '
Masonic Building y,
. . . 115 No. High '
A. P..SPEEK -
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gasoline pump at the "Big Chief
service station on the Pacific
highway. - 1
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrea
son attended the Pacific Livestock
Exposition at Portland, Saturday.
FOR GAD lOD'i'
CLOVERDALE, Oct. 27 John
Garner, 85, passed away Sunday
night at his home here, after an
illness of three wseks. -
He was born, fn Rockford, Illi
nois, la. 1846. He and his wife
lived In Nebraska several year
where their four children were
born. HI wife passed away 30
years ago. -
He came to Oregon 2j Tears
ago and has made his home here
on the farm in CJoverdale ever
since. Mr. Garner was a Civil
war veteranf belonging to the
seventh regiment of Wisconsin.
- He had been exceptionally well
until his last " illness and greatly
enjoyed life among his many
friends and relatives. Last March
Immediately after his 85th birth
day, he made a trip to Idaho to
visit his job James and stood tne
trip very welL , . ." "' .'
He leaves two daugnters, Mrs,
Marjie Garner and Mrs. James
Craig of Salem, and two sons,
George of Salem and James of
Coeur d'Alene. Idaho.
The funeral services will b
hlt WHnea1av afternoon at 2
o'clock at the chapel of Clough
and Barrlck. ; , ,
I A series of winninsr reci-
mas : ankml'f tftil in a Y1 1 0 C t1
I sponsored by the
I PHFRRYI CITY
j BAKING CO.
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Cb'p and paste them in
1 your recipe book j
1 Loaf Honey SnOwflake ;
Bread I u
Pint whipping cream
Cup chopped nut meats
1 Quart brick ice cream .
Cup very dry Snowflake '
. bread crumbs
3 Teaspoons powdered sugar
H Teaspoon almond extract
- Toast V. inch slices ot
bread to a golden brown, re
move crusts, cut In fancy
shapes If desired. Put between
the slices of toast, a half Inch
f slice ' of lcs cream. To the
cream which has been-whipped
previously, add . the bread
crumbs, nut meats, powdered
sugar, almond extract and S
or 7 cherries cut, fine. Spread
three fourths inch thick on
top of sandwich and garnish
with a whole cherry. The sides
may ' be spread with cream
mixture. If desired or coloring
may be added to follow table
setting or holiday season.
READY TO I
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Larmer Transfer & Storage Co.
. Phone Number 3131 -