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The OREGON STATES31AN, Salem, I Oregon, Friday Morning, Jnly 15, 1932
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I Society News t and GluE;!; Affairs j
" j - -Omvic M- DoAX. Society Editor -i- i -1
rfsfi Scotch Meet
The annual . Irish-Scotch party i
for whlehthe'Cromyls fire hosts i
at their rural home was an event
- of Wednesday night and proved I
to be a much enjoyed affair.
A program Is -provided tor this
affair each year and la represen-I
tame of the two groups. ; The
"Wednesday night program was
introduced .by the bagpipes, un
mistakable symbol of the Scotch
people. Irish solos by Mrs. Gor
don McOilchrist and Scotch solos
by Robert Hutcheons. and - Mrs.
W. J. Linfoot, and William Mc
Gilchrist, Sr., who accompanied
himself on bis concertina. '- -
-My Wild Irish Rose" was
iiner a. o-roim number and was
lead by William McGilchrist. Sr.
John Charges gave two dances,
Sword Dance," and the "Higw
land Fling". A short talk, waf
given by Judge peter d'Arcy;
James . McGilchrist sang a Scotch
solo and Mrs. Gordon McGilch
rist gare a reading. Scotch , stor
ies were told by William McGil
christ. Jr. and Miss Isobel Doug-
ri-;ias et Berkeley. Cal., gare a pi-1
) xr nit BUiu
1 pATlAwrlna 4K& : avitnfn VaW
r -.i - - . -
Informal social hour was enjoyed.
Present for the occasion were
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Linfoot, Ross
Linfoot, Mr. and Mr.
Hutcheon, Catherine and NetUe
Hutcheon, - John Charge, Mrs.
William Calder. Mr. and Mrs.
vviiuaxa jucuucdtui er.t air. auu
Mrs. TlUJam McGilchrist, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. James McGilchrist.
Roberta and Isobel McGilchrist,
Mrs. William Douglas, Jean and
Miss Isobel Douglas and Page
Douglas, all ot Berkeley; Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon McGilchrist,
Gordon, . Jr., Elton Stuart and
Beverly McGilchrist, Andy Hen
derson, Arthur Hutcheon, Miss
Morrison, ot Woodburn, Judge
Peter . d'Arcy., Miss Theresa
d'Arcy, Mrs. Blackburn, Port
land; Mrs. Glass, Woodburn, and
Miss Emily Cromly, George
Cromly, W. J. Cromly, and Thorn- I
Keizer The Kelzer Ladles' Aid
met with Mrs. W. E. Savage
Thursday afternoon. The diver
sion was quilting and patching.
Present were Mrs. Clarence Poole,
Mrs. Fred McCall, Mrs. Ben Clag
gett, Mrs. E. G. Boock. Mrs. Joe
Bartruff, Mrs. Arthur Holden,
Mrs. Arch Claggett, Mrs. Robert
McClay, Lois Keefer, Irma Keefer,
Myrtle McClay, Ethel Hall, Mary
Hall. Mrs. M. F. Bliven, Mrs. E.
T. Hall, Mrs. Paul Pierce, Mrs. G.
W. DeJardin, Mrs. II. 8. Shaffer.
Mrs. -Seymour Jones, Mrs. W. E.
Savage, Mrs. J. A. Reynolds and
Mrs. O. N. Thompson. Irma Kee
fer, Myrtle McClay, Ethel Hall
and Mary Hall assisted the host
ess In serving. The next meeting
, of the Aid will be August 11 at
the Keefer home in North Keizer.
By ANNE ADAMS
The crisp perky collar on this
4ports frock la Just too smart tor
irords. - Notice the Jaunty effect
treated by bands ot contrasting
Klor used In points on the collar
tnd repeated on Che bodice ot the
rock. All simple lines but what
jhle! Countless effects : can be
iad by using gay colors oa white.
The skirt seaming is new and ex
x Pattern 2375 may be obtained
inly In sizes 14 to 20 and .31 to
12. Site It requires 15-8 yards
f 163nch fabric, ? H ysrd con
trasting. ' Sad nftarn eeau (15) te
oini or iUbb (ooivi prfarr4).
tor taeh patura. Write, plaiaty
voat iw addrm aa4 MyU asm
Mr Bo anro lo state sIm vsated.
Tiir namor vardrobo oaa bo
laaao4 aoaily a ad taarpoailvoly
with tto aalataaoo of oar earraat
SS-poffo faaaSoa aUlaa Tho koot
of Uio aaaaoa'a attaraooa. porta
ad ovoaiac frocka, Uagorio, toaso
draMM aad klddio aodals all
.araeaalt aaoaoa by Asm adaau,
aro awdo araitablo tbroagb tUs
boaatifal book. Soad for rr copy
todaf. Prleo of aatelet, (tfteaa
oaau. Catelof ad patUra o(oth
r. ta-oaty flvo ooate. tUnu aU
aiall aad ordara to 8tataoaaa Pvt
tara Dwartanat, 4t Waat ITU
fitrott. Hov Tot City.
I ": W 4 2375
: SOCIAL CALENDAR
Friday, July 15 .
Sewing club of the Business and Professional Wom
en's club with Mrs;. Maud Pointer, 1050 North 15th
street: f :39 o'clock, picnic supper. .
Picnic supper and evening program- for Calrary
Baptist Women's society and their friends at "Boulder
Knoll." the home Mr. and. Mrs. H. 3. Gilo.
Tear book committee of Salem Woman's club with
. chairman. Mrs. W. I. Staler. '
Toung Married People's class of Senior B. T. P. TJ.
of First Baptist church jpicnic at Hager's grore, C o'clock..
; Sunday, July 17.
Pres club picnic, Rirerdale park, lOo'clock.
Make reservations with Mrs. A. L. Llndbeck by Friday,
telephone 6580. !
Woman's Relief! Corps, 2 o'clock, Miller's ball.
tYJ - . - . Ci
W OOdcrart Juveniles
pv. - pjrnic
Mrs. Helen Lutz, guardian for
the Juveniles of Neighbors of
Woodcraft entertained with a
picnic for the group at her
home Thursday afternoon. A
happy time was enjoyed by the
A picnic luncheon was a
feature of the afternoon. Present
were Marion and. Marjorie
Zwlecker, Pauline, Ethel, 'Sarah,
Jane, and Dick Craven; ! Inn a
Walker. Delores Wols, Patricia
Scott, Reid Shelton, Gordon
Tn,.viA Walter. ; Vr Walker.
MarJorl9 Barnes, Barbara LuU,
rwn i.nti m. Panlln Clark.
Mrs Elnel Noack Mrs. Eva Cra-
ven and the hostess, Helens LuU,
and Mrs. Mlna Lutz.
Aurora The delightful no
host outdoor picnics given by the
Sunday - supper club during the
summer months are proving most
entertaining.- One such with a
touch of sentiment was am event
of Sunday at the J. W. Sadler
home, where a lawn picnic had
been planned, but because ef chil
ly breezes it developed Into an
Indoor picnic. -
A table reaching the length or
the long living room was spread
at which were seated the honor
guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Fish
er of .Gladstone, whose marriage
June 28 was an event ot interest.
A large bride's cake was cut by
Mrs. Fisher and served by Martha
Bradtl and Marjory Stephens. Im
ported linens, a gift of the club.
and other remembrances were
presented by E. G. Robinson.
Charming summer house 1 guests
ot the members gave an 1 added
pleasure to the happy occasion.
Composing the party were Mr.
and Mrs. George Fisher, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Bradtl and daughter
Martha, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ste
phens and daughter Marjory, Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Robinson, their
daughter Mrs. Francis Powers and
her friend Mrs. Batdorf of . Cal
gary, Canada, Mr. and Mrs. TJ.
Eiler. Vera and MelTlnEller, Mrs
I A. L.; Strickland, Mrs. Swigart ot
Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Grim and Mrs. J. W. Sadler.
Mrs. Vernon Douglas compli
mented Dr. Douglas with a jolly
picnic supper Wednesday night in
Bush pasture. Those bidden for
the occasion were Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Bllnkhorn, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Scott, Dr. and Mrs. O. A.
Olson, Dr. and Mrs. David Ben
nett Hill, Dr. and Mrs. 1 Frank
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keene,
Robert Goets of Sllvertoa, Miss
Margaret McAlplne, Miss: Grace
Taylor, Mrs. Irma LeRiche, Mrs
Robert Boardman, and Miss Joy
Mr. and Mrs. George Moorehead
entertained with a family dinner
Tuesday evening complimenting
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. KImsey of
Burns, and son Lloyd Kimsey,
Mrs. G. R. Moorehead, and Master
Danny Moorehead of Long! Beach,
Calif. Master Danny, grandson of
Mrs. G. R. Moorhead Is spending
a few weeks with his grand
Mr. and Mrs. William McGil
christ, Sr., have as their house.
guests, Mrs. William Douglas and
children of 'Berkeley, Calif. Mr.
Douglas Is expected to join his
family here August 1, and return
with them to California, j
$10- for your icebox
A trade-in allowance of $10.00 on the purchase of the
best Automatic Refrigerator ... that, of course, means
the Gas Refrigerator, for no other method can touch it.
A Gas Refrigerator has no moving parts to get out of
order and is absolutely; silent You -would not know it
is working, until you see the results.
An addition discount of 5 on "group orders," that is,
If yon buy a Gas Refrigerator plus a Gas range or
waterheater, you save 5 on the total purchase! :
t ; Many special bargains, but no cheaply-made refrig
erators, for those ire but grief and expense '. . . the
best is cheapest inj the end. . ' t
Before Buyingr Be Sure to Visit
1SS South Blsh
Keixer Mrs. C. a Cole en-
..-f a wttnn. wv.n
terUined the "WilUng Workers"
class of the First Christian
church ot Salem, at her home
on the river road Thursday af
ternoon. The rooms were decor
ated with baskets of gladioli, I
auoai "t14?? v-
. a A M
rrusea uy xiowaxa voie. ou 01
the hostess. The business e I
- .X .1 Z . "
Dmufl, prewueas 01
ciass. cecrexary was mrs. u. a.
scnomaaer. xars. jerroi uioson
naa cnarge oi me program.
Piano solo ... .Gretchen Steinkelin charge of this.
Reading ....Mrs. N. J. Reasoner I Two committees were appoint
Piano Solo ........Lois Stein ke led. The decoration - committee
Games . and social conversation I
The hostess was assisted In
serving refreshments by Mrs. E.
J. Reasoner, Mrs. Irene Wirt,
May Dunn, Ruby Epley, Mrs. A.
D. Wagner and Mrs. H. S. But
Members of the class present
were Mrs. D. A. Schomaker, Mrs.
Rich Reiman, Mrs. A. D. Wag
ner, Mrs. H. S. Butler,. Mrs.. B.
J. Reaser, Mrs. H. J. Conklln,
Mrs Harry Hunt, Mrs. Ferrol
Gibson, Mrs. A. J. Arnett, Mrs.
Thomas H. Clark, Mrs. . D. B.
Simpson, Mrs. E. A. Steinke,
Mrs. Ava Lind. Mrs. K. Smith,
Mrs. Albert Cox, Mrs. O. C, Mc
Dowell. Mrs. N. J. Reasoner
Mrs. W. B. Bane,. Mrs. C. E.
Bowen, Mrs Wilt May, Mrs.
Mark Ellis, Mrs. W. H. Gard
ner, Mrs. Irene Wirt, Mrs. I. A.
Murphy, Mrs. C. J. Emerlck, Mrs.
R. W. Macy, Mrs. E. W. Cooley,
Mrs. R. C. Blopall, Mrs. O. L.
Poe, Mrs. F. J. Jlrak . and the
hostess, Mrs. C. C. Cole. Visitors
present were Gretchen and Lois
Steinke. Mrs. F. D. Ricks, Mrs.
C. L. Reasor, Mrs. A. J. Arnett,
Sr., Miss Marion Toung, a niece
of Mrs. Cole's from Wenatchee,
Wash., and Mrs. G. N. Thompson.
Bethel Mrs. Arthur Weddle
was hostess to the Bethel Dorcas
club at her Salem home Wednes
day afternoon. Her sister-in-law,
Miss Lois Weddle, was a guest of
the meeting. The club welcomed
back into membership Mrs. E. E.
Matten, who returned recently
The meetings of -the club will
be discontinued until September
14, at which time Mrs. J. Grant
Mrs. J. M. Nichols presided at
a short business meeting. The
members were each presented
with a quilt block pattern and are
to have the blocks ready for the
first meeting in the autumn. The
quilt will be made and kept on
hand ready to be used in charity
Mrs. Donald Young entertain
ed with a delightful luncheon at
her . home on Falrmount hfll
Thursday afternoon compliment
ing Mrs. Roland Lockwood, Mrs.
Wade Newbegln, Mrs. E. W.
Crlchton and Mrs. E. F. Kauf
man all of Portland. Guests
from Salem were - Mrs. Chester
Cox, Mrs. Wayne Loder, Mrs.
Clifford Brown and Miss Rovena
Weekend guests ot Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Dyer were Mrs. J. H.
Koltes, Mrs. Harry Cundlff. and
Richard and Edward Cnndif f of
Long Beach, Cal. Mrs. Koltes is
an aunt of Mrs. Dyer. The visit
ors are spending the summer in
Marshfleld and expect to return
Street Telephoaa K919
lllihee Stage Groiip
To Entertain Wives
Members of the lllihee country
club hare been meeting for stage
areata gs each Wednesday night
I at the clubhouse.' Golf precedes
I a mnner nour.
This next Wednesday night the
women of the club are . being
tnrlted to attend as ; special
guests. . Golf wilt be enjoyed as
I usual before "dinner and the
dinner hour will bet followed
with an Informal social evening.
..... i .9
Sllverton Mrs. Jelmer Rets
land and Miss Annie Hatteberg
were Hostesses Tuesday-for Dor
cas society members of Trinity
church. The -meeting -was held
In the social rooms . ; of the
Rer. Kenneth Thompson of
"P"' ot the afternoon.
Minneapolis, Minn., was the
At the business meeting a vote
of thanks was extended to Hans
Jensen tor donating the poles tor
tne new drapes in the : social
rooms and to Ole Hovde tor dec
orating mem. a social was
auo planned Mor August la
charge of this wlU be ' Mrs. U
G. McDonald, Mrs. L. M. ' Larson
and Mrs. C. Ennevoldsen.
Mrs. E. Holden was present
and a8kex for donations for the
ioan iayetta chest at the Sllver-
ton health center. Mrs. Holden Is
composed . of Alice JeSSen. Mrs.
Adolph Hauge and Mrs. ' Alt O.
Nelson. This committee' takes
charge ot arranging flowers for
the morning services at Trinity
church. The other committee
Is a membership committee com
posed of Mrs. Hans Jensen and
Mrs. Samuel Torvend.
Officers Installed Into the Mac-
cabee lodge Wednesday Bight by
Mrs. Bertha Loveland as Install
ing officer Included: past com
mander, W. W. Craig; lieutenant
commanaer, a. m. uaisse; rec
ord Keeper, u. s. uoison; ser
geant. Bruce Stewart; chaplain.
Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor; sentinel
Ed Hamilton; picket, August
Huckestein, Sr.; musician; Lula
Adelhart; ' first lady of guard,
Margaret Bernardlnl; second lady
of guard, Georgia Breedlbve.
Mrs. Lydia Covalt, elected
commander was unable to be
present on account of- illness and
will therefore be Installed at
later date. State Commander C.
D. Kobinson or Portland, was
present and gave an address. -Mrs.
Loveland was assisted by Mrs.
Myrna Dotson, Mrs. Amelia
Webb, A. B. Hanson and T. H.
Independence The 11 memb
ers ot the Wednesday Bridge club
motored to Bryant's park, Albany
Wednesday for the final party of
the year a picnic dinner followed
by bridge. High score was held
by Miss Myra Montgomery. Mrs.
A. L. Thomas won the high score
of the year.
tha world's most
famous . mountain
region as yon go
East or return this
summer - it costs
no more! Canadian
Pacific trains from
Vancouver, B. C
Fares in years
day Round Trip
Fares . , , Other.,,
wherever J yow
wish. Sp3td a
few days at
in the Canadian
Rockies.' fi '
Travel by Train L-' Sya
art T r . J
Save a Travel
Day for a Day
office below will
, gladly furnish
airings For Play
Women et Salem Golfelub will
meet tod in two opposing teams
and the :wlnner ot the play will
be guest for luncheon at the ex
pense ot the losing side next Fri
day. -.-- ' - - '
Pairings for today Include:
Mrs. Gas Hlxson and Mrs. Ercel
Kay; Mrs. Edward N. GUllngham
and Mrs. J. H. Garnjobst; Mrs. E.
L. Baker and Mrs. Harry WUlett;
Mrs. Fred D. Ritner and Mrs. H.
H. OUnger; Mrs. W. A. Johnson
and Mrs. Paul Hendricks; Mrs. H.
K. Stockwell and Mrs.: Curtis
Cross; Mrs. O. C. Locke and Mrs.
Roy Simmons; Mrs. Karl Heln-
leia and Mrs! B. F.- Pound; Mrs.
George .Johnson and. Mrs. Van
Wleder; Mrs.-Guy Vincent Smith
and Mrs. F. J. Gllbralth; Mrs. R.
C. Savage and Mrs. Chester Cox;
Mrs. Graham Sharkey and Mrs. I
Harry . Wledmer; Mrs. Clifford
Farmer and Mrs. Don Toung;
Mrs. T. L. Kuhns and Mrs. Alton
D. Hurley; Mrs. A. S. Hussey and
Mrs. C. S. McElhlnney; Mrs. Fred
erick 8. Lamport and Mrs. Wayne
Loder; Mrs. A. D. Woodmansee
and Mrs. Russell Bonesteele; .Mrs.
Jack Johnston and Mrs. L. B. En
dicott; Mrs. Prince Byrd and Mrs.
Arthur Rahn; Mrs. Kate G. Ben
and Mrs. James Toung; Mrs. W.
E. Elnzig and Mrs. Ray Hartman;
Mrs. J. L. Sears and Mrs. a. E.
Independence George, the son
of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Noyes. was
Honored oa ils seventh birthday
anniversary at a happy party at
the family home on C street Wed
nesday afternoon. Those present
were George Noyes, Barbara
Ruet. Barbara Mattlson, Oma
Ward. Don, Dick and Mary Hor-
ton. jean Enea Irvine, Janie and
Barbara Moore. Rodney and Perrr
Jones, Rodney Dickson. Keith
Williams, and Jean Ellen DeCos-
Bethany The birthday an
niversary of Mrs. Ray Schantx
was the Inspiration ot a dellrht-
rul little party early this week.
Cards furnished the diversion of
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Satern, Marshall Sa
tern, Wallace Satern, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Mead, Stephen Mead.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartwick Dahl.
Kathleen Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. La
ther Hatteberg, Alfred Down,
James Down, Garnet Down and
Mrs. David Bennett Hill 'and
Miss Charlotte Hill were guests
of Miss Frances Vlrginie Melton
at her summer home on Whidby
island, in the course of a motor
trip into Washington and British
Columbia from which they hare
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erlckson
have as their guests Mp. and Mrs.
Frank Erlckson, Jr., and daugb-
Leave your breakfast dish
es and follow the crowds to
Johnson's. Speaking of val
ues, look at these:
BLOUSES in our regular $1.00
Talues o 4t1 A A
at for 9IoUU
SWEATERS, our entire stock
ot S1.S5 Talues, f aa
XKW MESH SHORTS, regular
98c O nfi
Talues, now., m for vlVW
One group ot HATS, Talues to
.S5 4M Hfl
Limited supply; ot Oakbrook
New shipments ot GENUINE
CALFSKIN PURSES, AA
Talues to $1.50, at
Large assortment of SCARFS,
formerly S So,
2 for S1.00
1 assortment ot BRASSIERES,
special now O
SO BATHINO SUITS, fl.tfi to
1 2.1 S values, H Aft
TUB FROCKS ot genuine In
dian Head broadcloth 1 ft A
and pequot at . . . ; . . v "
All Jewelry at V
Vz Price j
171 . DRESSES la washable
crepes, prints, chiffons, satins.
etc., Talues to f Af"
$10.45 ............ OmUD
m a . .
Many otner items . space
does not permit to mention.
JOHNSON'S FOR HOSE
JOHNSONS for GLOVES
No Charges Ke Befaada aad
Ne Approrals at Theee Prices
rrhe Store for. LaxUee
' 44 State
Fill MS HELD
FDR ELLIS DlXOn
GRAND ISLAND. July
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday afternoon at S p. so, in the
United Brethren church at Hope
well tor Kills Dixon son ot Rob
ert C. and Ora Dixon. Rev. W. K.
Simpson et the . Mountain Home
district near Newberg, assisted by
the local Evangelical pastor,. Rer.
F. E. Fisher, were In charge ot the
The pall bearers were Ivan Gab
ser," Jtobert Anderson John Clow,
Jesse Richmond,. Morns Stauten
berr and Diek Sitton. The basic
was furnished by Mrs. P. K. Sit
ton. Mrsv Ethel Gubser and D.
Kills Devere - Dlxoa was , bora
January 10.' 111! and passed
away Sunday. July 10, 1912 at the
age of 19 years and six months.
AU ot bis life was spent in the vi
cinity of Dayton. . Nearly two
years ago he was united in mar
riage to Alice Irish, daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irish of Grand
Immediate relatives surviving
are his wife and Infant daughter.
Ruth, bis parents, two sisters, Le-
ola and.Elva, and , two brothers,
Marlon and Norris.
Burial was mad la the Hope
Newlywedt to Home
STLVERTON, July 14 Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Engeman who were
married at Vancouver, Washing
ton Monday, were -greeted with
an old-fashioned charivari party
upon their return to Sllvertoa.
Mrs, Engeman was Hiss Florence
Olson of Portland. Mr. Engeman
Is the son ot Mr. and .Mrs. J. En
ter. Emtllta. of Los Angeles, and
Miss Mary Erlckson ot Berkeley,
Calif. Miss Erlckson will leave
the last of this week for Berkeley
wher she All continue her work
in the University of California. . '
WHEN rS TILLAMOOK 8 TOP
. Rates 91.00 to 11.50
Modern. Hot and Cold Water.
FOR OREGON TRIPS
Dally until Sept. 30
Erery - day until September
SO, one-way and round-trip
fares between 3. P. points in
Oregon will be radically re
duced. Round trips return
limit, SI days. Good In coach
es only. 50 pounds of baggage
checked free on tickets. You
rest and relax and enjoy a
smooth, quick trip when you
go by train.
.$1.05 $ 1.60
A. F. Jioth, Agent
Passenger Depot, ISth and Oak
I geman of Sttverton. Mi and lira 1
Charles Evans et Albany were j
the attendants at thai wedding. '
For Your Amusement j
at Newport .::.!.
" Drop In at the
Newport Sk&tinz Rink1
One Block North of postoffiee
' Newport Nat I
Dancing nd Swimming
and Horseshoes j
Midway- Theatre !
Last Minute Talkies
Speedboat Playmate ;
At Norma J. Dock
Marlon D. Hill. Operator :
Deep Sea Fishing :
, Wllkiaa Dock
Gear furnished, keep your fish.
Golf at Agate Beach Golf Links
Other Oregon j Resorts Invite You
Boratwood Beach Cottages
New, modern right on the
beach. Electric lights, running
wster. Fine clam beach, t miles
south of Waldport. S1.S9 to
$2.50 Night Weekly Rates -Address
Ai IToUiffer, Waldpoit
Wonderful sea view.lComplete
ly modern, prices very
Address Wm. Land Newport
OAKLAND'S FISH CAMP
rr ru rukiac JUan tnm rsav
ma Drift CrMfc. :
Xaata aaS JohaM Ketzs for nat.
OmTmUU ctblii- Bnintnt; wtVt
ir wwimuiM aaa zuaiac
Waldo it, Ongoa.
HEBO COFFEE; SHOP! I
New Location New Brick
Building at Highway
Oar Own Home Cooking
As Always, We Strlre to Please
65 Miles, from Salem '
Rexroad's Auto Park
On fine beach. Also modern
cottages and rooms. Reason
able prices. Write or phone.
SUMMER RESORT j
Bathing, Playgrounds. Fishing,
Crabbing, Clamming. Boating
Dancing and All Amusements
Beautiful Beach Lots for Sale
Modern - Bath in Each Cabin
Best Camp In Oregon
TILLAMOOK, OREGON . ;
AT SEASIDE I
Goffs Pacific Cottages
Two Three-Room Furnished
Cottages All! Modern
One Block from Beach
P. O. Address, Box 214
Phone 40O ;
A SAVING THAT MEANS SOMETHING
They will make their &me 'wlfh' :
Mr. Eageman's . parents, . tor . the.
present. T "
The Leading i
Resort Ci I
On tle 'Coait
Cherry City Cottages
Eight . modern . cottages, each
with private toilet, oae with
tub bath and two with showers.
Six cabins with community toi
let and sink, IS a week and up.
For Information write ;
Geo. G Smith, bx 423, Newport
' , Doat'Pack Groceries '
' ' to Newport : v
- PAY N' SAVE
", Lowest VaUey Prices
One Block North of Postoffiee
The Red & White Store
On Beach St Newport ,
Fresh fruits', vegetables. Hosae
cooking. Prices as low as the
Wherever You Go
Happyta Crab Market
Fresh Seafoods , Ferry Leading
Jump-Off Joe Anto Camp
Right oa Beach
Phone or write, for cottage
L. Howe, Newport, Ore.
At Lincoln Beach Park
Roads of charm lead through a
noble forest to a beach of beau
ty. Jast the place to spend your
limited K amber of Completely
alodera Cottages for Beat
Lots and business sites tor sale
subject to building restrictions.
Write Geo. W." Betts
Long Distance Phone
P. O' Gleneden, Ore. '.
A Moentala and a Beach Resort
Tareja Open July 1
.to Labor Day
Write or phone Mrs. S. G. Reed
LAKE LYTLE HOTEL
Twlxt Lake aed Oceana
Reasonable Rates - Excellent
Dining' Room Serrlce
For Reserrations Address
Lake Lytle Hotel
P. O. Rockaway, Ore.
On Coast Highway - East Side
ot Siletx Bay
Fishing, Swimming, Boating,
Crabs. Clams, Cottages
la Cutler City
Slleti Bay Auto Camp, Just
through the arch modern
campground and cottages.
A. Q. Cutler - beautiful lots,
all kinds of shrubbery, protect
ed from winds, reasonably
L. L. Shults - builder and de
signer of camp cottages and
Ocean View Court
Turner Modern Cottages
On Ocean Front - Prices
Reasonable - Open All the Tear
O. E. Turner, Rockaway, Ore.