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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1932)
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tT S. Commercial TeL 4010
100 pounds SUGAR $3.85
0 Cakes Limit 15c
1 Pound Cans..! 22 C
.... v Soap
Cakes , 21c
5 Cans . 22C
10 Pound 36c
Pur and Clear
Carton . 14c
3 Cans .J!. 25C
No. 2 Fancy
Quart' Bottles 25c
O Pound Can 79 c
. In connection with Caplan's Grocery
4010 Phone Orders Given SneciaiAiieitfion 4010
Nice and lean,
pound .... :
Nice Fat Young
for frying, lb 18c
Friday and Caturday
CAPLAN'S CASH GROCERY
137 South Commercial Phone 4010
Ladies' White Hats
Mesh, .Waffle Weaves, Cro
each . . ......
and Saturday '
We offer "BARGAINS" listed below
for you to look your best on "Memorial
Day.". , ' - v
This is not a "Chainstore and we are
proud of It.
f We do not carry Chainstore Merchant,
dise either and we are proud of that too.
For little fellow QQ
and other styles.... afOC
; Guaranteed fait colors
Ladies White Purses
Pigskin, Silk am
Dupont at, each
Pigskin, Silk and - OQ
Mesa-undies, ". AjCkm
..white, pink, red.... ftJC
Ladies White Glores .
Suede, Mesh Cotton and
Fine Kid -
69c, 98cani $1.93
Ladles' White Shoe .
Sandals, Oxfords, Pumps,
.Straps, newest Mesh and
. 1.98,2.48, 2.98,
Visit Oct Display
Windows let ,
Gifts for Graduates
Ladies Silk Dresses
Ensembles, White Dresses
with contrasting Jackets.
Flowered print salts, sizes
14 te $r tjn
We do not show any Rayon
Dresses only Pure , Silk
. , ' Sweaters
for Ladies', Girls, Men and
Boys. All new . 1 QpJ
styles, each . .... . . JoC
NOT A CHAIN STQRE
GOLDEN RULE STORE
Salem, Oregon 220 If. Liberty ' Phsne 8805
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Plans Dinner Dance
The last affair for the Subscrip
tion club's season will be a plcnlo
and dance at Hate! Green, Jane
4. Members of the dab and guests
wui meet at the park at : 1 9
aVTwV fnr mfn tn... in
are urged to come early and thus
maze in picnic part of the even
ta a lollr orated for tha rn.
lnr of danelne-.
.With the social affair thm ttnK.
scription club will hare enjoyed
four dances dnrinr th tmp. and
will -disband to meet again In the
wii ror another season About 20 A
Of the- Drominant mar mirHMl
People Of the cltr belonr th
Monmouth AnnrmnCAmAnt wis
made today on the campus of the
wregoa normal scnooi or the mar
riage on May 14 of Miss Hazel
GOrette. senior student at th
Normal, to C. F. DeGuire of Port-
Miss Gorette who la the vonnr.
est aauthter of Mr. and Mra. i.
js. uoyeue or surerton, la e popu
lar atudent of th Normal, and
was May Queen here la lflii.
Mr. DeGuire Is a son of Mrs. Julia
ueuuir of SUrerton. Their mar
riage la the culmination of a ro
mance begun when they were stu-
enia at cue surerton high school.
Monmouth Mrs. R n. m.
liott presented Mlsa Mildred Me-
&nigat in piano recital Saturday
aicernoon at the Christian church.
Miss McKnlKht nlared thaaa nm.
bers: Solseggiecto and Invention
Number Twenty, Chopin, Sonata
in u snarp. Beethoren and Coun
try Garden by Grainger.
Assisung; on cne program was
Mrs. Era Van den Bosch, soloist.
Mrs. Elliott was her accompanist.
Ushers were Miss Mildred Cole
and Miss June Craven, classmates
or miss McKnlght at high school.
Lincoln Complimenting their
son tucnara on Ills birthday an
niversary. Mr. and Mr. A win
Mads en entertained with an ln-
xormai birthday affair Sunday.
The small honor guest received
many lovely rifts. Th mat it.
included th guest of honor, Rich
ard -uaasen, Mrs. M. J. Madsen,
Henry HJorth. Miss LilU Madn
Harold Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Madsen and children CoUeea
and Roger, all of,Sllverton and
the hosts. Mr an4 Mrs. Atria Mad
tea and twe younger tons. Robert
aui AiTlU, jr.
i , . e v "
Mia Ninav ThfoliiAW t
her farewell senior recital at the
mnsio auditorium rrniv.it. r
Oregon campus. Tuesday - nisrht.
Mise TbJetsesi has appeared tn
many brilliant musical offerings
during her four rwri in
versity where ah has been un-
aer tn vocal tutelag of Prof.
Board man. 8ha t. h tki
Of Mr. and lira. Vpo.m
Salea. " " Bfc
KeDoffff's wnoLS wheat Bis
cuit Making Hit with
. Qn of the biggest improTemenfs
ia eereala rnr m .u i
new KeUogg's wholi whsat Bis
pu. utwen say vnat u is gaining
ia popularity every day. .
The new Kellogg biscuit Is "pros-
iuicwHa - oy special process
that om in th rich flavor and
Mtaraa all th -tmA 1m n -V
whole wheat. Ik makes the biscuit
Eugene Business and Profes
sional Woman's club entertained
with, aa attractive dinner at the
Anchorage Wednesday night at
which time Emily -Knuebuhl, na
tional executive secretary, was a
special gueat and gar the: ad
dress of the evening. . Those mo
toring down to Eugene from the
Salem club included Mlsa Merl
Dimlck.- Miss Daisy Hayden, Miss
Heiea Louise Crosby, Mrs. Wlnni
fred Herrlck,nl Mrs. Susaa
. m i
Mrs. Ralph. Curtis entertained
witiTatt attractive bridge fincP
eoa.at her home Wednesday af
ternoon. Winning score for
cards were beld jby Mrs. L. Bar
dette .and Mrs. Lloyd- Miller.
Guests-of Mrs. Curtis - included
Mrs EC C. Hunter, Mrs I Harris
Uetz, Mrs. , U' Bardette, Mrs
Truman ' Cummtngs, Mrsi.- Hark
Wilbur, and Mrs. A. TJUmaa,
Mrs. W. H. Poormaa entertain
edjier club with a bridg lunch
eon at her home Monday. Mrs.
Karl Beck, Mrs. Archie Jenasa,
Mrs. Wallace Carton. Mrs. Wayne
Koaer. sirs. JOtta liuott, Mrs, H.
STSlockweU. end Mrs "Palmer
MacDonald were special guests
for the afternoon. .
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, By omissloa U wss failed to an
nounce that Mrs. Florence Shipp
will be the represeatatire ei the
Woman's Relief Corps at St. Vin
eent de Paul's church Frldiy as
4 part of the Corps Memorial pro
.n-', . ....., r
Weekend guests la Salem from
Seattle will be Mrs. Frank Jor
dan . and her daughter, Mrs.
KaHoiPff'a wnrvLi vttvi
ara alaa tnatl m-i1iln In
both top and bottom not just one
Bioaw xnis maxes mem wonderfully
crisp end erunchy. They are also e
raoF convenient, economical aise.
Two biscuits just fit the cereal
D0WJTna Too ff 1 to the pack
age. Instead of the usual dozen.
Or nwlit MMrf I. l
,-r-JJ "a" view jtac
i jKuogff bijeuit is certi
fied for food Tain by the Medical
Art TahflMtnr rst Pl.n..Vkl.
whost statement appears on every
Kellojar's whou wheat Biooiita
are proving a boon to mothers, be-
cbus ox tneir outstanding aeli.
dousness and health value. A tasty
treat for breakfast, lunch, chil
dren's suppers. Delightful with hot
or cold milk or cream, fruit or
coney, j&old by grocers in the red-
and-greea package. Made by
and-greeu package. &
Kellogg in Battle Creek.
Tka kttr th V
II A tlomr ttr
111 fcUa. Tkai's '
New Low Prices
Developiafir hnd Printin
PriaU No. 12 4f
Prints No. 116
PrinU No. 122
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Senator Hotel Tel. 64S3
Fly New Flag
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,- A new 10 to II foot flag will
float at half-mast over the court
house on Memorial day, announces
a. . it. wyatt, custodian of the
bunding. The flag will replace
another which has been la use for
about 15 years. The sew flag Is
mad of the beat analltr bnlldo
bunting and should serra Mario
county for a number ef years.
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Madt3 Enjoyable by
Smart Sport Togs!
,; Don't Go Near th
Water, Daughter Unless
rthe or bask In -tyle. And this summer, with
Jhi loveliest thinei under the son ridiculously low priced-!
don't say no to yourself. Here'g what youH want foT yw?
teach ensemblfr-Ht dressmaker or one-piece bathta suit A
nmfahslacksr beach dogs; a bandanna j abiroush
beach hat. New caps, shoes, Beach Ball, etc
Jantzen Swim Suits
SWfi arTdTSnSy ol? l' FVmaT
fUNAIR. . . the 8HOULDAIRE77. theSW-B ASQ inV nJ
Ii2 JiL"m0hlr' , o"'ortbly. so perfectly thatthey
seem made for you and you alon. r? aa
Com weigh-up for your suit tomorrow O.UUt 750
Webfoot Swim Suits
es well as sUple colors await you la Webfoot quality. Z.D
Men's and Boy's Jantzen
and Webfoot Suits
Mea's and boys' swim suits and trunks 1st
ramous quality. Priced from . .
COLUMBIA-KNIT, BRADLEY AND
SNYDER-KNIT SUITS AND
Vacation tlm calls for knitwear ... and Millar's have anticipated
your sportswear needs by collecting th best and smartest fashion
la knitted sportswear th market affords. Bradley . . . Columbia
knit . . , Snyder-knlt, all ar here ready for your double y nr?
holiday. Suits la white and colors priced
One piece dresses la white. White contrast. Blue. red. sreea. til.
peone, ets. Short or long sleeve. 1AAA 1A r A
Correct fashions for sportswear. Priced lUUUt llfaUU
Slacks are taking the country by storm. And speakinz of
slacks' we've some smart ones to show you today I last
come right Into the department and say, "SLACKS" . .
and out will come slacks in all their glory. Hade of cordft
roy. The kind that washes so well. Linene, Broadcloth la
fast colors. There's every Indication that you will wear
slacks tM summer . . . be the on 1 Cft 1 HQ
first In . . . buy them now laC7t l.OU l7i
Jackets or Sunbaek
Here's a holiday special la two piece
knitted suits that offer many possi
bilities for utility service all sum
mer long. These come la clever eoW
or combinations such as whit ant
black, ggsh!l and rust, green and
beige, etc. Slses II to 10. indj floor.
PTJ lf ITT
m iviesn n
Regular f 1.65 quality ail sCk,
full fashioned mesh hose at
... , 99 pair this week I First
Quality. Run stop tops. Slipper sole. A na
tional favorite. Notice popular brand name
on toe of each pair. All sizes, llaln floor.
PHILLIPINE Special purchase of hand appli
GOWNS qued Philippine gowns go on
SPECIAL &aIe today t especial low prices.
t 1 A A All are worth $1.00 or more.
1 Lingerie shop 2nd. floor.
Basement Shoe Store Offers
White Sandals at Low Price!
Now in ililler' basement. . A white mesh cloth tee-strap sandal
with leather sole . . . medium heeL (Illustrated at right) A cool,
comfortable sandal that will give good service and be stylish
with your summer wash frocks.
Suggestions for Graduation Gifts
Silk Robes '
Step-in Sets .
Wool Knit Dresxes
Jacket affairs in bolero style, San-back brassieres to wear
with slacks are here la f-n i aa no M
just the right contrasts DllC. 1 UUt 1 .170 K
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