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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salera, Oregon, Friday Morning. April 15, 1932
d Club Aff
Date Arranged For
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" A 'date ot much interest to all
Salem . mutle lovers is that of
Monday -April 25. 8:30 p. m., at
c which time the Salem MacDowell
elub chorus ' will appear at the
Grand - theatre in their annual
spring concert. A gronp of ensem-
1 hie numbers will open the pro
tram after which the Alicia Mc
Elroy ensemhle -of Portland will
he heard.' Alicia McElroy will be
remembered In Salem as a talent-
' ed musician. She 'is well known
,'to Salem residents -having made
this her home for a number of
,. years and .also baring appeared
here in concert . on several occa-
: sions during the- past few years.'.
Included in the ensemble will
.he Tiolins. -'tolas, flutes, , oboes
and the piano-;: , .
As an appropriate climax to the
evening's program, the local Mae
Dowell ; elub . will present "The
Bridal of Weeiamoo" arranged by
Perry Fletcher. - .'
Following Is the complete pro
gram which will be given:
Salutation - -Gaines
Spring Lovely Spring .:E.' Grieg
A Swan ..-..-Edward Grieg
A Song of the Sea
-G. Waring Stebbins
By Moonlight ..u...Max Splcker
A Little Dog Barked at the
Big Round Moon .
Grace TOIbur Conant
breezes of Springtime A. Jensen
The MacDowell Club ,Cborus
I. Komm Stusser Tod Bach
II. Ballet Suite .. .Rameau-Motel
- ' A. Minuet
B. Musette "
IIL Woodland Sketches
A. To a Water Lily
' B. By the Meadow Brook
- IV. The Butterflies (duet for
flute and Oboe) Kronke
; - Flnte Doris Wildman -Oboe
V. Casse Noisette (Nut Crack
' ; , er Suite) ...Tschaikowsky
B. Danse des Mirlitons
' ' C. Dense de la Fee Dragee
D. Dense des Fleurs
The Alicia McElroy Ensemble
: A CanUta The Bridal of Wee-
' tamoo , . Percy Fletcher
The MacDowell dub Chorus
.' 4..-;.J.:,J. ; . .
- Jefferson Mr. and. Mrs. Har
i old Knight entertained with a
card party at their home on Fer
ry street, Saturday night, the c-
) easlon being the birthday anni-
' -versaries ot Mrs. Knight and Mrs.
Harold Riley. Four tables ot
"109" were in play during , the
erenlng. Mrs. Harry McKee and
Tim Kelly were winners of high
core prizes; and Mrs.-Burl In
gram and Wilbur Funk won the
- second prise.
Ouve M. Doak; Society Editor
., a.. a l f " L. I
a a mi iv i n rti LXJuntv.rcucrduoin" r
. a, a a ? .:.;s...-i fV'l aatinrr riannMI r ..
Willing Workers at
ers class of the First ' Christian Wednesday when Dr. and Mrs.
church were, pleasantly entertain- George H. Alden were informal
ed Thursday afternoon at the host and hostess to two friends
home of Miss Nellie Clark. I from Minnesota, . Miss Isabel le
An Informal program, including Watson of Northfleld. Minnesota
a Ulk on the benefits and privi- d ner cousin. Miss Mary Furbur
leges of the Marlon county health ot St. Paul, Minnesota,
clinic by Mrs. Elizabeth Freeman Miss Watson was for a number
and a piano solo by Mrs. W. L. of yoars head of the French de
Close, was given during the after- partment of Carlton college,
noon. The Clark home was made worxnneia. Minnesota, irom wo wa
esneciallT attractive by lovely I Mrs. Alden was graduated. A
bouquets or yellow forsythla and grup of former Carlton college
wild currant. Ind Northfleld folk called lnform-
tkma ii-n y " the Alden borne Wednesday
were Mrs: C. F. Reilly. Mrs. Arnel 1? V M1 Watson and Miss
Smith. Mrs. Jennie Williams. Mrs. "' vAmon uesis were
Albert Cox. Mrs. B. R. McGann. " v, . ,J? "
u v r -i.v- T -Linfield coUege. MeMlnnvllle. who
Wirt. Mrs. J. W. Hansell. Mrs. Wi,.;iwoii.8i wuon coi-
, Friday, April IS '
Women's Missionary society of First Baptist church
with Mrs. F, M. Hoyt, 753 North Winter street, U 09 v
o'clock. - , - '
Sewing club of B. A P. W. wttb Miss Clara. Uriah,
.Royal Court apartments. ' - '
Loyal Women's class of Calvary Baptise Women's ;
society, at church, 2 o'clock; Dr. Bruce Kinney speaks
at 3 o'clock in "Work Among Indians of Northwest".
V - Barbara Fr el tchie Tent Daughters of Union Vet- '
'erans, ail-day meeting with Mrs. F, L. Waters. Morn--Ingside;
potluck luncheon at noon; bring needles and'
scissors. , Ladies, are also requested to wear 'house -'
dresses". " ' ' - - -
1 West Side circle of Jason Lee eburcb, all-day quilt
tie at church; potluck lunch at noon.
' ' Golden Hour club with Mrs. L. R. Springer, 1395
Fir street, one o'clock luncheon.
Alliance of Unitarian church, one o'cjock lunch
eon in Emerson room; program following. " -. -
' : Hal Hibbard Auxiliary at home of Mrs. Henry O.
Miller. 405 Kearney street, Friday, X p. m. All members i
and friends invited. - -
" Srdat ril " '' '
'.. Regular meeting of Order of Rainbow for Girls, Ma
sonic temple, 7:30 o'clock; dancing and cards to follow
American Association of University Women, Silver ,
Grille of Gray Belle; Dr. John H. Mueller, department
ot sociology. University of Oregon, speaker.
. Woman's belief Corps, "homecoming" and social
meeting; potluck lunch at noon; Miller's ball.
Minnesota Guests at
o'clock, Saturday in the Gray I County Federation ot -, Women's
treat - to the Salem organisation u the absence ot Mrs. J. M. I Keneilt Dridce 1 ea. IS
Mr. and Mrs;-Edgar Hartley and
Mr. and - Mrs.' J. CV Whlttlg and
the' host and hostess Mr. and Mrs.
' UmKri ef Ihe Salem Worn-W. Cralgt,
an's elub re Xooklnf forward to I - Mrs. Shaw plans to remain in
! ,nt isterestinr all-daT e-1 Honolulu tor a year or more In
TiiMt mmhn i at the American I. iv mrii i 'when tin delegates eompahy. with the .McLaren fam
Association or univemty women i from the local cud and namoer i uy. jar. ncuna w
ny Z ' rCl-l E-.- focusing tneir auenuon upon of Salem club members wm neeuin uw i" o v
NeW KUtllCerSr K Orbo interesting lunchedn meeUng 1 at the Salem Hi:hts hall Xdr the company and while In Hawaii ho
- YY - ri ;i- -.. " I which la 'being arranged for; i annual meeting of the Marion jwiu represent ui hbi wmpsa.
f ; will be a yislt from Mrs. u." A.-1 Devers, local club president, me i qJ1 "lJ L"sl!U
One ot the loveliest of spring Johnson of PorUand, president of meeting will ba called to order by I ODOnSOrea DV OQllQ
t.i . ilh nrMnn Krinih nM I. IT W. Iili. urMlitnt. ' Mrl : Htnnik 1 - -, -
mtln wiinMd !t Afl""- Jonnson wiu oneuy saeicn i Martin, who wiu presiae uunngi - w
meeting Wednesday evening of f h BOClaUol, 4dd. th. d-wates. Mrs. &l calendar for ' the eomin
the Dine and Dance clab, an In- in an tntrUn tert in the ro- n...h u.nin un. rr tc . Rnanidiweek Is the benefit bridge, tea
terestlng group, of the younger i mm. - . . It, vr xcini.m vordvce Farro: 1 which Is arranged, for , Friday,
I ' " . . .. 1 , . . ' I ti , i
married, set, held In Masonic ! The main speaker at the meet- J Mrs. W. D. Clark anTX Mrs. Helen I f Pr"
pm.i. . .iii.v .m 1 inr win be ir. jonn h Maeiier. eAa(h v i rAnrenL tne sa-iu pu, x-aiv wr wui
VUy.v, VUIVU UIU BCW WliJ- --. - . . .. .. . I " I . , I .W. . ....
eers for the coming season were I Poiessor.or sociology at.xae una-1 lem group as voting delegates. , 1 " ""rvc"'TT LV
fhrMn -. rurtm-A Tn. x ... I versltv of Oreron. who will .re-1 t Rnort of th vears activities 1 nooB tarda at the home of Mrs
nanied president.- -William J. Joount an extensive our of Russia. wm be read - and reports heard I Homr- Gouley,- ia her attractive.
Bra an vice president, and Harris Dr. Mueller's topic win e -so lirom aU tUnding.eommitteea. , i ourDii uomw on ui ro.-,
Lletx , aecretarr-treasureft The This is Russia. ,t I -At 13 o'clock the business rou- Mrs. KJeorge A. White Is general:
newly elected officers will Uke I Miss Katherine Coshow, vocal J tine will be adjourned for a pre- I chairman for the affair and has;
charge of the club affairs at thai student at the Oreron 8tate eol- I aident'e conndl which will be in chosen ashet committee. -Mrs. TJ.;
opening of the new club year in 1 lege school of music will give a 1 the form ot a no-h6st luncheon, at 1 Shipley. Mrs. Louis Lachmund
October, .-following the summer group of songs, with Miss Lois which Ume all club presidents vrill 1 Mrs-Carlton Smith. Mrs. H. -rAJ
vacation- They; will, also sTct In Wrar aa her aecomnanlst-. . meet to discuss various nroblems I Cornoyer, Mrs. Wallace' Carsoni
ihe capacity y as a committee I 4 The branch oresldent. Mrs. SJA. I which comb before their respec-1 Mrs. Allan Carsonand Mrs. Dor
ror . me rinal, party In May , which Jelderks, will preside during the me organisations. A umall I itooerts.
wm close tbe present season tor business meeting which will occo- J luncheon charge will be made to 1 .. Table reservations may be madej
ine. group, unicers serving fori py an important place In. the pro-I help defray the expenses of-thel by callin Mrs. Wallace Cartona
i??1 year were. Dr. Verded I gram. A report of the nominating ) session and reservation f or same Mrs. 'Allan Carson or Mrs. Don
t . . " ! i""i.;jvri . new- commute will- be among- tneimay be made by calling Mrs. 4. u. 1 Roberts.
im, . Tice-preaiaeni. ana Oral litems to com htfor tht nam Tl)iMti. iwrAUrT at thSalem
Craig KuKns Honored
. . - . .. . . '..11.. -. -,
. ia campuncsi w u:innif
birthday anniversary of her-,son
Craig, Mrs. T. L. Kuhns en(ertaia-
ed .Thursday afternoon '"at Vher
home on Falrmoun hllL A group
ef the very'young set enjoyed aa .
Informal afternoon et games and
contests after . which the small :
guests were seated at a daintily
appointed table effectively -decor-v
ated in yellow -sad white. A large '
white birthday-cake with tour tall t
yellow lighted taper delighted the -wee
guests at thetan-heur. , : '
4 Mrs.! Knhae. was, assisted in ,
serving by Mrs ,- Otyj-Vincent
Smith,. - . S '...: ; . . V"
Those . who enjoyed the after . '
noon were the honor guest, Crair ' .
Kuhns, and Kathleen" Hug, Doro- V
thy Marie Bergsvik, Don and Pat- ,
sy Sosel, Peggy" Shears," Frankie .
Deckebaeh and, Keith and Jean
Evans. : i-
- ; -' : a. e
Barbara Freitcbie Tent, Daugh
ters' of UaionVetersnsrirlll jmeet
Friday for an alVdayoneeting with
Mrs-X- L. Watere at her home la
Mornlngsld adirtah.- j, potlmck
luncheon will ho-serreoyat noon;
All ladies attending are requested
to -wear 'house dresses and to
bring needles and scissors'.
emmon. secretary-treasurer. Idnrinr the meetinr.
n.w . . 1 w
, iu viu tum - jLance ciu D - was I .
organised . two Tears ago with
R,?2.R&d ZfES W Evening of Bridge at
nesday evening, arranged by Dr. Varlev Horrid
and Mrs. Edward A. Leobold. Mr. variey 1mC
III Mr Ton ISSZ : .. Ab interesting social event of and-Mw. Alvin Legard were host-
line wees was me nnare nsrtviaM
UHI1M.I1T aniAnhi a nMVn.t. i . . u w , .
tnHM."t:;;V-:T m Wednesday evening by Mr. Mrs. Legard and Mrs. M
Sllverton ? Trinity Dorcas so-
elety of which Mrs. Elmer Olsea
la president, held a very busy
meeting Tuesday afternoon .at
whieh Mrs. Arthur Gotten berg
- : 1
talina. imnu. nniTr. 1 aiTCU. Tcnim 0j air. i Mrs. legara and Mrs. m. u.
almond annle and ii.iT. m P1 m" r- H' vT " their QBnderson were chosen to repre-
aimona. appje and Cherry blOS- I hnm nn Vafrmnnnt Hill Innta I . .v .v
nut .ffAf.T" I comDinea errectively throughout . cietv to be held at Wood-
Dolntment. Additim..! . noni burn. April 27.
Members of the Willing Work- An enjoyable evening was spent the evening were Mr m rnra " "rc"T seuing ior appear on tne program at that
-- . - i iiin KnjuD. i .DTm wm imnFM i a. . . .
Both will also
Roy Hurst, Mr. and Mr. B.M; ! V time.
Owens Xtr. mw,A Um xtt.h. hi?r r- a Mro- " V agee. Committee renorts showed that
Bonesteele, and Mrand Mrs. AJ fnd Mr! ATVcaTperMr' and 17'0 w" re1UM froa m"
Adolphson. - Feature tinmh-r. -.f: .CaiXr r gaxine subscriptions and $27 net
we -w.n .v. r.rrV-l- ana Mn. .,. fft. .,1. - vtrt
iffYi. tT.,TA '0.tt'".DZ Gorge Orey. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. 1 ' .. .v.r" . "V ' ,7,.
and'MUrAreyFehTer:""1110 SSS!?..."4 "2: " t. The so7leTy voTe7 tVv. ilS
werVaSStetftWthiUm KGOMr MorYu vlriey and tie" host an5 nTart.nity WU tor its ex
were accepted Into the club mem- i.A.tA.. ir- .. penses.
Dersbip Wednesday evening. Hl,h ' i Committees appointed Included
clndeY.' mnf ftl'1 JK .warded-A. A. C.rper. l'1 WSJ2T
C. N. Ruggles. Mrs. Bertf Maey.
-al . ttt a. v. .
Mrs. R... P. Riggs, Mrs. Jennie " roer
Mulkey. Mrs. W. H, Gardner,. " . VV T ?0,nI
Mrs. W. B. Bane. Mrs. C. L. Llnd, f' Dr; n Mr. Clement and
Mrs. A. A. Carper, -Mrs. Hairy : nTi. '
ii,in vr, land. They were enroute from
Ina Murphy, Mrs. V. R. Hlckithler. ii'?."1'' er nT
Um Willi, CMi1Uanr lr A. H. 1 w w.mic, hi tucir
Seaiy. Mrs. W. L. Close, Mrs. Fer- noni In the middle west.
roi uiDSon, Mrs. a. u. oimpsaa,
Mrs. . K. w. uooiey. Mrs r.ari Turner The high school . girls
Wood, Mrs. Albert Noth. Mrs D. enterUIned Wednesday afternoon
A. Sehomaker. Mrs. Nan Smith. t hA ..ianM
Mrs. F. J. Jlrak and the hostess. tnelr mothe anQ mother, of pre.
Nellie Clark Mr T. J Claspell KhooL ebiMreBi f with . Jro.
wm an wttmyuw sow w. I gram and "Health Tea". Mrs.
auernoon. . v I Moe Hadler and Mn j.n pm.
Mrs. Ina Fishback, Mrs. J. W. I imnnui th. nrAV.m
Fltts. Miss Ina Rlggs and Mrs.
' lira. J R Pat tnil AXrm t V
Gertrude Klrkpatrlck were the as- whitehead JrM poured, tea at "the
suung nowesses ounm 1 social hour.
Hubbard The Bible and the
I HAmA w a 4Ka eV m av. .a
..T S,Vir r.rnl Program of the Women's elub
. " I whan If n.. m
weekly, luncheon in the Green I " a" ""r,""?' Ui
Gate room at th Spa. Covers Fobert Wednesday after
wtre uwvni iwr.v uvui-. ,v j i .
additional guests."4 , special' tea- .. u ana alternate for
e of the luncheon wis .n in- rJr A Wo
n Mini Bettrlens hs to be held at Salem
i.T n t,i... ri.. nrfm r Heights April 21 were Ellen Carl.
"ri.-;r..T.Xr ;i; Neva McKensie. Pearl Bates. Lou-
home in that country for a num- J? P1SK'; i.1e I1p,J?a88e
her of years, and at the present - u" V dJtil t . f .
Ume is tr attending WWamette w -by virtue of
university, i ;
meet next Wednesday evening tlS!'h!5,MiwT- tbemM-4bJ
.a ..i.v th.ir r.ii,r I the school 'children as suggested
monthly dinner meeting which g Mr; O. W. Benson, the chair-
J ... . . I ID AH TIT flynO,Aa.AAi1nAa U fa.
. - . lion eoantT,
L- Two .parcrs. were well written
Dr. aad Mrs. James Sears, will in- -H -W. lT" N.?J McKensie
elude Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds J"";" t!?x2
f Prtid ana Mr. .nd Mrs. Carl Bible" and. !The Church
Smlth- otSt. Paul; OregonrAn;inf UV,Cr..,mo!!Sf
formal, dinner -and evening toi LilZ' ZT v"
cards and dancing with -addition- iArtntna..:, .v.
al ruesta calling daring the even- 'iw- " V
IngwlUhonor. the Vout-oMown H"'fe1S$- wterUIb-tv.-
.m hi d inembers of the Thursday eon-
ra.Tiv home- late Sundav ev- rfdge at her home on
ening. ' " . ' '"""" ' -
Mr. . and Vn nwit l!r.. "v. . .v" .-. i --.- r ' n r..nH.An.
wxuie Mrs. Lu m. wnaerson was f. v.. . . " IT .
Adoipn, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ....(.j v. Mrs. W. C Larson and Mrs. Alvin
Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. William Th mim THt. ..rn.i Legard; a May social committee.
. uu ifc . i virln aulstaul h hnitM, at i Airs. u. M. cuuum. aui wiua
and Mrs. John I .. I Block and Mrs. C. Enneroldsen:
. . visiting committee, Mrs. Aaarew
Ladies Day win also be observ- Haere. and Mrs. J. C Larson;
ed today at the Ilahee country i membership committee, Mrs. Lew
club with a putting contest start- Hall and Mrs. U'M. Larson; a
lng the day's events. Play will
begin at 18 o'clock after which a
12 o'clock luncheon will be serv
ueaxer. - Mr. , and Un n.i...n
Bonesteele. Mi. and Mrs. Ralnh
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. E. c.
vnariton, Mr. and Mrs. Ted En
dlcott, Mr, r and Mrt. HowaTd
Grimm, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. God-
oara, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jack
son. Mr. and Mrs. rnrti. ii,. o ciock inncneon wiu be serv
J??.' and "mI S2ta L elub house. with Mrs. G
Dr. and Mrs. V. E. Hockett, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Johnston, Mr. and
wai iemmon, Mr. and Mrs.
Harris Llets, Dr. and Mrs. Sd-
commlttee to . purchase new cur-
tains for the social rooms of Trin
ity chureh, Mrs. Oscar Satern.
Mrs. Carl Foss and Mrs. Enne-
voldsen. Mrs. Henry Storlle was
C Bellenrer. Mrs. William Brann
and Alice Blake Buts as luncheon 1 elected assutant treasurer to nil
hostesses. I the vacancy or Mrs. Henry Tor-
As soon as handicans are n lac-1 vend, who has been unable to at-
ward Leobold. Mr and Mr. nX, d regular tournament pUy will tend the meeUngs of the society
nowiana. Air. anil Un uw. i irejiu wuo .i oamocr oi mieresi- i v ..vua
Rex. Mr. end Mr, iw ovuu. lng and novel . tournaments to be meeting to, an afternoon. .
Dr. and Mrs. Jimo. o - announced Uter. This la.nrovinrl The April social committee an-
and Mra. James L Teed. Ur -mud popular part ot the club's actlVl- nounced that it would give a mu- I
. I . . . iin a.i a, v
airs, uoraon Thompson and Mr. Iues na Promises ome entertain-I ucju proooiy. w mi inmj
nu urs. uuriord Townionii i ing programs during tne season. I B1H ia ibis moBu.
I WWW I . - -
I StiTiAii Tli. w.rH wA I CamDllmAntlnr Mn. Kmaline
i k i 7 the S1 Golf jty at the elub house Wednesday Shaw who left Monday evening
ciuo is becoming more' popular night netted a neat sum, which 'or San Francisco, in company
every Week and tomorrow's torn. I will Ks nrllu' A hi lth Thar danrhtar and BAn.1n.law.
out is expected to he the largest fund. The hfeh score for hrtd Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McLaren and
of the season.' Play will begin for the ladles went to Mrs. H. M. two young sons. Scott and Billy,
promptly at 9 O'clock. Uri Warf 1 T.add f uill nt. tn Af Tnrf1and. htn thAT will aall
- I 1 w. - -W.., IV! WVW i ' " "
(.wm captain, . announces I to Mrs.. Dave M. John, while the this week for Honolulu, Hawaii,
the second day .play for the Kay men's prises tell to Willis Brown Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Craig enter
trophy whieh will be awarded the and J. W. Mayo. The eveninz talned with a "farewell- dinner
winner of low score for three con- and excellent refereshments were for -Mrs. Shaw. Members of the
secutive days. In addition to the I much enjoyed. , I family were present for the affair I
regular naay tournament, a "day I I which included, the honor guest,
prize for 18 holes win be given. I Mrs. Keith Powell of Woodburn Mrs. Emallne Shaw. Mr. and Mrs.
The regular no-host luncheon at I win be hostess to members of her I A. M. Taylor of Albany: Mr. and
13 o clock will be a part of the contract bridge club at her home I Mrs. R. E. Downing, Mr. and Mrs.
William Pennington ot Portland;
iGobkery'Dealmg. witfi-tlie Daily: Profex -
; lems'or the Home . :
hill Thursday after-
S valesclng sitisfactorlly and will
be able to receive friends within
the next 'few .aays,T.i
fTienas oi Mrs. a. u. oaacueg i - t v.. n.
who underwent an operation for I ' 8jrapci of u-uul sutcaiit t
appendicitis on Tuesday at the I "r surety a ci"y .Cowmt
Salem peneral hospiUL-will be T8
nippj w ira iui iub u umj-nni day ot pwbtr, 1SS1. au
ta juniaraac JoiaiBisitBsr a( th
BUU ( Oreta,- parnaat f law: -
i .: . CAPITAL ' .
Anouot f capital stack paid ap,' $1,-
soojooa.00. . . -
net pnaiiai reeeiTaa . durinr tha
rcac. Sl.417.S08.lS. r
I a tare t, divideadi as4 reata racaired
doriaf taa.ycar. $140,881.31.
Iacoma from ather aaorcc recivad dur-
ia tha year.. fl.80S.98.
Total iaroae. S 1,569, 1W.47. ; trs
- Nat loaaea paiddariaf tha yaar laTad
lar adiaatmeat aa Dan sea. $841.096. 17.
JATtaaaoa. paid am aapitat ataea dnrxag :
Salem chapter, American War
Mothers, today held tree planting
ceremonies on the grounds of the
Salem General hospital. .The pre-
By ANNE ADAMS ' sentatlon was made by Mrs. F. L.
W,ben a little girl makes her Waters, president of ' the local
Jvery first appearance at parties, chapter. ' ; - ,
i br rrock must be very lovely aad I T ' i i ' -t- " " - : ? J
' very 'becoming!'' s - wa ivmMt
I . - The Hal Hibbard Auxiliary will
'. thla.adnraMa mrjka .111. 1 meet Fridav at 2-1- m.. at the Itka yaar. 0.
p 4 cutiar. smartly scaiionea. I """"" . i aeaaso.a "- :
The bodice is slightly fitted above 4 05 Kearney street, for a social J Taaaa,; Ueaaaa aad faea paid dariaf
r? -.ryv' .
t'-- -!?-"''f : :;
a perfect love f a aktrt that u I afternoon. All
. w I a f M a . ti . .a
flared Just like big .sister's- best "na r mvuea.
Mtn, iwd pert bows at
tne saouiders that add a demure
and Itka yaar. S29.86tf.99.
Amecat , ' all - otbar , axpaaditurva.
I T.t.1 .n.nilU.T. i at aaa tA. SS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman I . . A88KTS -
tonch. Shaar j. I returned home Wednesday even- I " Vala ml wal aaUta awaad' (aaarkat
-1L7J7 7.7 . . " r """-"" Ib . s . ..i- - a.. iTalaa). .
aawaam e uivwi aajr a,v v aeaaa a v.fJa.
At Our Store, 237 North Liberty
i. ? -
cbine will be nice.
Vaiaa of (tock and koada awaad -iaaar
nulres yards of Jt-inch- fab
ric 3 3-4 varda nf i.th sar- " owe or roruana,
yra o -ch binding, arrived in the ,city hursdaV
Pattcm tiAs i- AK.Lt..M. ti Prancisco, California, where they k.t i. at sso.osi.oo.
in sizes 4, 4, 8, 10, 13; Slxe 4 re-i tT 1n 'or tn ,a,t wetk f I " l0Tt,M eon,r'
MrsV Ella B' Howe of Portianii. J0S l'b,',k .a " ... U5T..
rsoay t Praamiaaaa la eotoaa at aalloctloa amw
be a jU ainea Sapteaibar SO, I9S1, $133,557
Iatarcil aad -raati daa aad aearacd.
fl.eS7.Sl. - --
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': Tatal adatittad -aaaata.2 $S,t$S,353.4$.
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nlngton were, guests at tbe Whit- seXST t ri" W.7
tig .home' during the weekend, re-1 r aaea ef aaarad -pmwa a ail
"-" t'!15-H-AU atfcar hakilitiaa. S9t.31S.4S.
' Tatal MabfUtiaa. axclaaiaa - at : eaplul 1
ataek at $1,500,000.00, $1,419,713.67.! !
Sand ftftaaa reata fa ealaa ar
cuaisa toia pra(arrad). tor rack
pattara.. Writ alaialy yaar aaaa.
addraaa aad atyla aaaabar. Ba lara
tm auta aisa araatad. , -.
..Tha saw taring fathlaa ntalaf
ft o raady, TkJa baaatKal i eal
arfai bonk affara S3 aa$-a ef ehle.
-aathaatia Aaaa Adaan atjlaa far
adult . aad rhildraa. .Taa- aaaraat
traek for aftarnoon. arantnr aad '
sparta tar. aiaaUila liatrria. av
traeUaa haaaa draaaefl and .ad or-
W kiddla aadala aia" taatarad
aH partaaally ekoaaa by Aaaa
lAdaai d alt faahiaaaMa.. ararti
aal and aasy and taazaaaaiva ta
raaka Sand for yaar easy. Prtea
af eataloc. fiftaea . caata. Cat lag
and pattara toartkar. twenty ft va
aaata. Addraaa all anil aad ardara
ta Tba Sutaaataa Patfara Oapart
waat. I4 Waat ITtb StraaMa
- Vara P1t . .
morning where , she , will
guest at the home ' ot Mr. and
Mrs. George A, Wood for a few
We are pleased - to introduce Miss
Louise Leslie m her first appearance
iri Salem. Sh'e is . a well known home
economist representing. the" Hotpoiiit
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Mrs.v Ai F. .Hares' and ' Mrs:
Kenneth Fitzgerkld - metered ta
Portland Thurtdar" where they
; spent- tne aay shopping.
: - PUKE triX!4ERsK" -ft
: JEFFERSON, APrU 14 Fran
ces Louise Patton received first
prise and Shirley Roland; second
in the fifth and sixth trade tooth-
',""'".a -"a""- v.
tbb tear . t.
- Kat praauaaia taealrad dariag tka ytar,
$303.43. -4 - -;v ..-j-- "i--
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CLaaaa inmrrtd daxiac U yaar, 0.
' Kaata at Caatpaay atasdaad Baraty
Chaaalty. Company at Kaw Tark. ' t , .
Kuu af PmidBt Traak O. Marrta.
-?Kaaaa af Sacratary Oarlaa'C. Haatk.
"Utatory rakidaat attaracy for aarrlea
Hon. a. H. Aaaritl. laiaraara varnata
afaaaiv-flalaaair JOrajaa: '..-' .' u., '
- Arrsnge to AUend ThU Schcl ar Ssvc -r
iA'r.; rwj a-a "i 'a -"wi--;e -" r- t.-"'
4, r- OdS aiear oyv "uooianar niecmcaii"jr v , r -k
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One could sit and think oter this price for ho-jrra yet,
one could not begin to imagine the derer; springie
two-piece dresses that it will buy at Sh2pSsa, new
Boucle in the pastel shades and only ttra tiZarn and
forty-eight cents. Ideal indeed for thr girtt;xthoo2
and weal indeed for the girls who te their school
ing on the links or the court '
Two piece woolen, loose Silk and wool suits cl
weave, knit suits. New ;
novelty weaves! " They
are truly Q Off
different . U.OO
Sports hats of Boucle, cloth, and Viscas, ywrTl like
the snappy styles.
Tarns, Berets .
and Sport Hats.
.. 49c, 69c 98c
Got Roliof NOW1
A Foot Comfort Expert
of th Chicago StafF of y
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' . arr. arm arum. afwm. 3ar-a nafsm. wamra an .-7
bi' .horn td. culs! bura
Foot Comfort Expert I
Friday arid ahiray4 f
No matter what foot trouble you may
have, it -will be revered for ytm at tbia
Special Dcmoostration. r v "" "
- An expert WiB saake PeaWgraphte prints
ef yaw etodung-4 sect, wbtch reveal tbcar
exact conditio. . Be wui shew Jrou what
eaoM year pale; edviae yon in the proper
selectioa of shoes to fit your feet styfiahly
and eosafortably, and dcriMawtrate en yowf
awn tact hew the application of the proper
Dr. ScboTI Appliance or Remedy will make
yon truly foot happy. AU&ia wthwrnttrnt
, er eeli4Vfie evyevf .. ...y.;
REMEMBER THE DATE!
a atalaaa aaUI ratal aa a frwrn SmmtmL
mi Or. SaaadTa Vina pmmmwr Cmmm,mtU
m aalaalla teoeleteaa Car a UU faaa.
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