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dciety News and Club Affairs-
Ulahee Women to
Be Guests on
Women of the Illahee Country
club have been invited by the
women of tbe Silverton Golf club
to be Its guests Thursday for
luncheon and for golf.
Those who plan to motor up
for this jolly day. Include Mrs.
Robin Day, Mrs. W. S. Starr, Mrs.
R. H. Baldock, Mrs. Tom Wolga
mott, Mrs. B. A. 8kelley, Mrs.
Fred Bernardl, Mrs.V. E. Kuan,
Mrs. A. A. Oueffroy, Mrs. William
Stacy, Jr., Mrs. Frank Shaf er, Mrs.
C. N. Needham, Mrs. W. E. Chand
ler and Miss Molly Schwabbaner.
Friday the women of Illahee are
planning a "white elephant" tour
nament for the regular day's play.
Luncheon will be served at noon
as has been the . custom this
spring. The committee in charge
Includes Mrs. W. E. Chandler,
Mrs. C. B. McCullough and Mrs.
W. C. T. U. Makes
Plans For Fall
The executive meeting of the
heads of the departments of the
Salem W. C T. U. in session Tues
day afternoon discussed means of
improving the efficacy of its or
ganization. Recommendations for
more intensive work In teaching
the effects of stimulants and nar
cotlcs In public schools, and for
the promotion of teaching and dis
cussion of the bible in school
work, an Intensified campaign to
ret people to register and vote
this fall all were brought out at
this meeting and plans were set
afoot to carry out the recommen
dations with the coming of fall.
State fair publicity from the
W. C. T. U. will be given particu
lar attention this fall with vari
ous devices under consideration
for the promotion of this idea.
Mrs. J. W. Beckley was appoint
ed to the narcotics department of
. the organization at this meeting
An announcement of interest
was that - Clarence True Wilson
will be the speaker at Jason Lee
church Sunday morning
Brooks A delightful after
noon was enjoyed by members of
the Methodist Aid society Thurs
day afternoon, when Mrs. Mary
Asbbaugh and Mrs. Dollie Ramp
Olive M. Doak. Society Editor
Wednesday, July i7
North Salem W. C T. U. Garden party. 1:30
o'clock; Mrs. William Spiers, 14SS North Summer
Leslie Can Do class of the Leslie Methodist church,
garden party at home of Mrs. W. C. Connor, HI Rural
- Mrs. N. 8. 8avage hostess to members of South East
circle of First Methodist church, all day meeting; pot
luck luncheon at noon.
Thursday, July X8
Capitol Auxiliary No. 11, Patriarchs Militant,
I. O. O. F. hall, annual picnic, Carl Engstrom home, 175
North Capitol street.
Plan Annual . Picnic
Capital auxiliary No. 11. Patri
archs Militant I. O. O. F. will hold
their annual picnic Thursday, July
28, at the home of Chevalier and
Lady Engstrom, 571 North Capi
tol street. All Kebekani, Cheval
iers' ladles and their families are
Guests are asked to bring well
filled baskets and table service.
The auxiliary will furnish coffee,
cream and sugar. There will be a
business meeting after the picnic
supper, the supper to be served at
7 p. m.
Annual Picnic is
The Standard Bearera of the
Jason Lee church held their an
nual picnic at Hazel Green park,
A happy evening was enjoyed
by Mrs. A. F. Waller, advisor.
Mrs. Hugh B. Fouke, Jr., Betty
Fouke, Wilma Godsey, Wanda
Gamble, Mary Lola Driggs, Gatha
uressier. Marguerite Clark, Es
tner Busch, Hazel Mason, Clara
Belle Burnside, Blanche Baum-
gartner, Jean Gardner, of New
bery and Marjory Peeble, of Al-
Among the many pleasant va
cations being planned bv Salem
people for the weeks ahead Is the
uiiw wnicn me uari fods'i tra
planning for Nelscott within the
next fortnight. While sojourning
entertained the group In the tner tner will have among their
sues i isui. ana jars, uugene Llb
by and Miss Rachel Chambers of
Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W,
unambers of Salem.
Methodist church. A special fea
ture was tbe wedding shower giv
en Mrs. Gola Lowery (Inez Alli
son) a recent bride. The after
noon was spent working on fancy
work and in conversation. Mrs.
Ashbaugh and Mrs. Earl Streeter
aang a duet, with piano accom
paniment by Mrs. Howard Ramp.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Forrest
have returned from a vacation
trip and much fishing along the
Aisea river ana at WaldDort and
Newport. They were accompanied
Mrs. Virginia Williams of The ?? tne trP y their son anl wife,
Dalles is a guest in Salem and is
dividing her time between the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Tar
tar, Miss Lena Belle Tartar and
Mrs. Fred Ritner. Mrs. Williams
is an aunt of Mr. Tartar, Miss
Tartar and Mrs. Ritner.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest of Corvallis.
nr. and Mrs. George R. Vehrs
are now at home to their friends
at 701 North Capitol street. The
Zonta Club Will
Last year the Salem Zonta
group motored to Camp Santaly
to. visit one evening at the Girl
Reserve camp In session during
the summer. The visit proved so
much of interest that the Zontas
will again make a pilgrimage to
the camp this year and will motor
up Thursday at the invitation of
Mrs. Elizabeth Gallaher, local T.
W. C. A. secretary in charge of the
The Zonta elub sent a alrl to
camp last -summer and are again
sponsoring a girl in camp this
year, therefore the visit will be of
more than ordinary Interest.
Dinner will be enjoyed with the
Reserves, and swimming and a
brief business meeting will also be
a part of the schedule.
Woodburn About SO nersons
attended a farewell iratherlnK
Monday in honor of Miss Irene
Forsythe, missionary to China
who is finishing a year's fur
lough to the United States soon,
and will return to the Orient.
xne reception was held In the
beautiful gardens belonging to
Mrs. O. W. Noyes.
Members of the Presbyterian
churches from Bethel. Gervais.
Aurora and Woodburn were pres
ent. Miss Forsythe gave an inter
esting speech. , Selections on the
Hawaiian guitar were played dur
ing tne refreshment period by
airs. Martna Ratcllff of Aurora.
Miss Forsythe has spent most
of her furlough period in New
York, studying various phases of
missionary work. Her mother,
Mrs. Amy Forsythe, has been
Special guests at the reception
were Ray and Mrs. H. G. Hansen
and their son, LeRoy of Indepen
dence. Miss Margaret Simms returned
from Eugene where she has spent
the past week. She went to Eu
gene to be present for the Patterson-Calkins
wedding at which
she was one of the soloists.
by R. A. Harris.
residence was formerly occupied
Return From National
An interesting meeting with
much enjoyable social aide lights
is reported by Miss Elma Weller,
Mrs. T. S. Roberta an d Mrs. Joy
Turner Moses who attended -the
national convention of Dunning"
music teachers in Seattle July 22,
23 and 24.
Banquets. dinners. . garden
partle and scenic drives about the
city added much to the Interest
of the technical metlngs. Espec
ially lovely was the garden party
given at the home of Dr. Warren,
brother of Mrs. Warren Carrlck,
of Portland, dean of Dunning
teachers In America.
David Sheets Craig, publisher
of a prominent musical magazine,
was the special speaker at the
banq.net. A concert by Madam
Marguerite Melville Llszniewska
was also greatly enjoyed.
While in Seattle, Mrs. Roberts
and Madam Llszniewska were
guests at the - home of Miss
Frances Melton on Whldby Island
Miss Weller returned home by
boat from Seattle to Tacoma. Mrs.
Moses is still in Seattle where
ahe Is the guest of her brother
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Word comes from this conven
tlon that the president of the Dun
ning system, Mabel Bishop, will
be a guest In Salem some time
laer this fall.
At Endicott Home
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Endicott
have as their house guests Mr
and Mrs. Earl Burrand Wynona
and Earl, Jr., of Glendale, Cal.
Scenic drives and coast trips
are being enjoyed by the guests
and hosts. The past weekend
beach party was enjoyed at Nel
scott with Mr. and Mrs. Burr, Mr,
and Mrs. L. B. Endicott, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Eeinlein, Mr. and Mrs,
William. Gosser, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Olson making up the party.
Roberts Mr. and Mrs. C. W
Brown had as weekend guests
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Farmen and
daughter Dolores, Mr. and Mrs.
O. C. Farmen of Mill City, Mrs.
Lottie Pufh of Payette, Idaho.
Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Brown and son Orris of
Salem, Mrs. Julia Hennlngsen of
Roberts, Mrs. A. C. Hennlngsen
of West Salem, Mr. G. E. Brown
of Swegle and the hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Brown.
Women pf the Knight Memor
ial church will be entertained with
a tea at the church parlors this
afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Hostesses for the affair will be
Mrs. Eyre, Mrs. Richie, Mrs. Pow
ell Mrs. Sande and Mrs. Sumpter.
Mrs. Nellie Rowland Greene U
spending the week in Portland
where she is the guest of several
University of Oregon friends.
state supervisors to permit redls
countlng. Under-the Oregon -law
the mortgages of the savings and.
loan associations mnst.be placed
with the state corporation depart
ment for. safe-keeping. ; i
Aided 13,585 Persons Last
Year;, Campaign Opens
4 For new Budget
The Salem Salvation Arm? aid
ed 12,685 persons with cash out
lay of S5C97.9S. In Us relief pro
gram for the year ending June
1, 1932, Adjutant E. Parsons re
ported to the official board, when
that group met Monday night to
discuss plans for raising funds
to carry on the wotk for the en
Besides the relief program con
ducted by the army, 212 open air
meetlngg and S07 indoor meetings
were held. In addition to the two
religious services held each month
at the state penitentiary.
"The Salvation Army was call
ed upon to do a heavy work last
year, as wen as other rollef agenc
ies In the city, and there Is every
indication tnat. If relief is car
ried on as in the past, there will
be Just as great a need the com
ing winter," Adjutant Parsons
The relief work covered in the
report is segregated as follows:
1512 families helped with fuel,
furniture, garments, shoes, groc
eries and medicines, CISC persons
in families, 108 families helped
at Christmas, 6 Christmas din
ners given to single men, 287
children given toys at Christmas,
142 men given employment, 15
women given employment. 617 6
free meals given transients, 158
free beds given transients, 2245
garments and shoes given, 6785
total transient helped.
Tabulation of the religions
work of the Army follows: 212
open air meetings held. 2357at
tendance, 8696 outside crowd,
307 Sr. Indoor meetJns, 9903 in
door attendance, 56 concerts. 159
Y. P. meetings, 5737 total at
tendance, 55 converts.
Members of the advisory board
for the Army here are: Douglas
McKay, chairman; Mrs. F. A. El
liott, vice-chairman; Harold Eak-
in, secretary; E. B. Millard, treas
urer; Dr. B. F. Pound, Lyle Bar
tholomew, A. C. H a a g, Mrs.
Charles K. Spaulding, Leo N
Chllds, Irl S. McSherry, Carl Gab-
rielson, William P. Ellis, Herbert
Hauser. W. L. Phillips. Frank
Doolittle, T. Delaney, Leo Page
Chester Cox, George Arbuckle, Os
car D. Olson, Willis Clark and H.
due books. 214 books donated.
181- books purchased,-141.92 re-4,
eel ved , from rental shelves, 56
books mended by Mrs. H. B. Lath
am, chairman of the board, and
11 steaded by Sirs. G. B. Bentxon,
board member. , i . -. -
HEM LOSES ON
Tbe state supreme court Tester-
uay axnrmea tne conviction of
Weber A. Hatirem, ex-president
and owner of the majority voting
stock or tne Municipal Reserve
and Bond company, who is under
eight years penitentiary sentence
for converting to his own use cer
tain personal property belonging
to tne reserve and bond concern.
W. E. Tyler, Indicted Jointly with
Hattrem, committed, suicide in
Portland. - .
The opinion was written bv
Justice Campbell and affirmed
the decree of Judge Hall S. Lusk
of the Multnomah, county circuit
The complaint alleged that Hat
trem switched securities of the re
serve and bond company aggre
gating a value of more than 1100..
ooo. investigation of Hattrem 's
operations was ordered by James
W. Mott, state corporation com
Cady Family Has
Near Silver Falls
MACLEAT, July 26 Members
of the Cady familv from Oresron.
Washington, and California held
a family reunion at Silver Creek
falls Sunday. Besides viewing the
scenery a general good time and
a picnic dinner was enioved.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Cady and sons Ivan and
Hal, Bend, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Cady. John Cadv. Mrs. Led
ford and sons Howard and Curtis.
Vancouver, Wash.; Ben Carter,
Oakland, California; Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Cady and children
Home Loan Bank
Law Details Not
Yet Known Here
Library Gets 146 New
Readers in 6 Months
SILVERTON, July 26. The
semi-annual report of the city li
brary for the six months from
January 1 to June 30 shows that
7700 books were loaned. 222 re
moved from circulation. 238 cash
turned over to the chairman of the
library board, 114.22 spent for In
cidentals including books nurchas
ed direct from the receipts of the
library rentals, 146 new readers
added, 112.42 received from over
SILVERTON, July 26 Instal
lation of, officers of Silver Lodge
No. 11 Odd Fellows, assisted by
the Rebekahs, was one of the big
events of the Odd Fellow lodge
season Saturday night. R. H. Jo
nas, grand master of Oregon, act
ed as installing master. He was
I assisted by Theodore Hobart, dis
trict grand master.
Special honor was given dur
ing the evening to A. G. Steel-
hammer, 86, oldest Odd Fellow
present, who has been active In
the order since 1874. He was at
first a member of Prairie Lodge
in Winona, Minn.
Places represented were Salem,
Scotts Mills, Mill City, Monitor,
Ochoco, Canby, Prinevllle and
from Wisconsin and New Hamp
shire as well.
Officers Installed were: Arth
ur Williams, noble grand; B. C.
Bennett, R. S. N. G.. S. Tegland,
L. S. N. G-; Alvln Hemmingson,
I vice grand; Walter C. Larson,
R. S. V. G.; Richard F. Larson,
L. F. V. G.; Fred Baker, warden;
George Busch, conductor; Axel
Olson, right supporter; George
Brewer, left supporter; E. Minor,
inside guardian; H. E. King, out
side guardian; James C. Gibson,
chaplain. The finance committee
Includes B. C. Bennett, Charles
Meyers and Walter C. Larson.
years ago near Silverton.
Mrs. Booth has seven children.
20 grandchildren and three great
grandchildren living In the Silver-
Her children present Sunday
were Mabel Schroeder. Sarah
Burch, Goldie Down, Alfred
Booth, Thomas Booth and Edwin
Booth. Another son. John, was
unable to be present.
Rev. Edward Mott
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'Pattern 2385 may be ordered
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requires 3 yards 36-inch fabric
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Bead IS in eoini er stamps
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ROSEDALE, July 26 Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Mott and family of
Portland visited at the Haldy
home Sunday. Rev. Mott also
preached at the morning service at
the Friends church.
Mrs. Mary Cammack and daugh
ter Helen returned late Saturday
night from a visit with friends in
to Washington. Besides going to
Kelso, Tacoma, Seattle, Entlat and
Wenatchee, they visited the Rain
ier national park.
A surprise shower was given Mr,
and Mrs. Kenneth Cannoy, a new
ly married couple recently. Re
freshments were served by Mrs
Ellis Cannoy and Mrs. Edwin
MECCA FDR Mil
LARWOOD, July 26. Many
people are attracted to the Roar
ing River fish hatchery grounds
these Sundays and find all that Is
expected in the way of shade, cool
ness, water and general beauty of
surroundings. Among those enjoy-
ring picnic dinners Sunday were a
group of friends and relatives of
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Gaines. The
party included Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Swank and children of Albany,
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Swank of Tan
gent, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Marshall
and Mrs. George Rodman of Knox
Butte and Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Gaines and granddaughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Gaines, all of
Zene Elliott, 11-year-old son of
Mrs. Daisy Fariington of Albany,
was stricken suddenly with acute
apuendicltis while visiting his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Davenport. He was taken to a Al
bany hospital and is reported to
be improving favodrably from the
SCHOOL IT LIBERTY
TO DE BESHLEO
LIBERTY, July 26 Only a
small crowd attended the special
school meeting at the hall Mon
day night when a vote was cast
to shingle the schoolhouse. Cedar
shingles are specified and bids
will -be called for the complete job,
materials and labor.
Miss Frances Hrubetz, wbo has
been visiting at her borne here for
several weeks, has left for Califor
nia. She will visit friends In San
Francisco until time to get herself
reestablished in Lindsey to take
up her teaching duties in the high
Mrs. C. L. Carson and Mrs. Ray
Cleveland motored to Breitenbnsh
hot springs recently. Mr. Cleve
land, who is taking treatments
there, returned home with them.
Miss Jane Gibbs of Bend and
Miss Emma Gibbs of Sturgeon
Bay, Wis., are guests for a few
daps at the C. W. Stacey home.
Mrs. Floy a sonny and son
Floyd, Jr., of Cozad, Neb., arrived
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Scully's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Neuens. They will visit here
until September 1.
Details on the operation of the
new home loan banks bill have
not been received locally by Sa
lem's savings and loan associa
tions. The managers of the local
groups are undetermined whether
they will seek to rediscount any
of their mortgages with the new
banks. Only one of the associa
tions has been doing any borrow
ing from local banks and such
loans as it has made have been
cut down by halt In the last nine
months through collections from
its members and payment to the
banks. Some doubt exists here If
mortgages will be released by the
Don't Throw Your
Wc fix them when ott
ers can't. Qaarantead
w a t c k repairing or
money back. Vlalt
aad iaTe money! Half
Price Bala How On.
For One Day, Only
in our regular $2.00 .
values today only at
This group contains all
colors, all styles and siz
es 14 to 48. ' These are
real Johnson Values.
Our entire stock of Sum
jner Hats regardless of
former price, values to
$5.95, your choice
All This Week
Humming Bird Pure Silk
and Full Fashioned Hose
in all the newest shades
ff rmi ire nnt fnrinnst
cnougn to get your auzc
in two pairs we'll sell
you one pair at the reg
ular 2 for 1 price.
Ask your neigh
bor what a Bus
ter Brown 2 for
1 sale means.
These are' values you
can't afford to miss
m UNITY PICNIC
Surprise Picnic is
Birthday Honor to .
Mrs. Mary Booth
SILVERTON July J I. Mrs.
Mary Booth w.as honored on her
76th birthday Sunday when mem
bers of the family and friends
gare her a surprise plcnle la the
Coolidge and McClaln park at SiW
Mrs. Booth was bora la Wiscon
sin July 23. 18S7. She came te Sil
verton with her husband close to
. SO years ago. He died about SO
IS ICE SUCCESS
WALDO HILLS. July 2 The
IWaldo Hills community dub pic
nic neia sunaay was a most suc
cessful affair. Oyer 100 members
and friends gathered at the Neas
wanger swimming hole on Drift
Creek. At noon a delicious din
ner was spread on the tablet un
der the trees. In tbe afternoon
the youngsters enjoyed a swim
while a lively baseball game be
tween the married men and the
boys furnished much amusement
and resulted in a score of t to
IS for the young men.
Charley Cawrse la ia the Dea
coness hospital la a serious con
dition due to an accident which
befell him Thursday. He fell back
wards from a load of hay strik
ing the ground on his back, frac
turing a shoulder and also bones
la his neck while his back Is also
Harvest Is la full swing ta the
hills. Monday rain held ap
work. Oats in places are not good
but wheat Is said to be better
than earlier expectations.
FOB CUDA VISIT
MACLEAY, July 21 Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Arnold accompanied by
their sons Clifford and Arthur
of this place and Theo son, daugh-;
ter-Io-law . and granddaughter.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Arnold and
Dorothy of Conrallis, left Satur
day for a two weeks motor trip
to various Interesting points in
While la Canada they will vis
it their son B. T. Arnold who for
the past three years has been op
erating a wheat farm at Car-
stairs, aear Calgary. They also
expect to visit the Canadian na
During their visit a groua of
old time musical numbers will -be
broadcast from Calgary for Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold. Mr, Arnold has
been employed at the Salem post
office for the past It years. He
was also at one time an instruct
or in the Rickey schooL
' TWO COUPLES MARRY
DALLAS. July 2 1 Two mar
riage licenses were Issued from
the county clerk's office here Sat
urday. These were to John An
drew Hamison. 22, lumberman, of
Sumner, and Ruth. Lee, It, house
wife, of Eugene; and Clay Hub
bard. 18. farmer, of Dallas, and
Marjorle Cody, 17, housewife, of
O Never before have we y
offered such valuesl Think fff '?
of It I Regular quality
Florshetm Shoes at X f J
these low prices. L y
Time to get a";; iJ (yl ' -Ir
pair nowl ( hlr r
I x and