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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Ortgoh, Friday Morning, September 9, 1931
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' A large tea Is being planned by
the Daughters' of Union Veterans
of the CiTil War for Sunday after
noon at the home of Mrs. W. H.
Gardner of Morning-side.
The hours have been set for 2
to I o'clock. Special guests will
be veterans of the cItII war and
wives or widows of veterans.
Mrs. Laura Arpke is chairman
of, the committee in charge and
her assistants include Mrs. Elva
Mortimer, Mrs. Effle Ulrich and
Mrs. Laarene Stow.
; Plans tor' the tea will be dis-
. eussea tonigni at tne regular
meeting of the Daughters at the
Birthday Tea is
A delightful tea Thursday af
ternoon was that which com p 11
' men ted the birthday of Mrs. Etta
Howes at the home of Mrs. C. H.
Glenn-. The afternoon was spent
Informally over the tea cups and
much conversation, was enjoyed.
Guests invited for the affair In
cluded Mrs. M. D. Way, Mrs. Ed
mona Matthews, Mrs. John Karst,
Mrs. Charles South, Mrs. Friti
Weiffer and Miss Harriet Dayton.
Sewing Club Plans
Miss Josephine Shade and Miss
Helen Smith will entertain mem
bers of the Business and Profes
sional Women's club at the home
of Minn Shad A tnnieht.
A covered dish supper will be
served at 6:30 o'clock and follow
ing the supper hour sewing will
occupy the attention of the
Each one attending is asked to
bring her own table service.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee S. Ross, Rob
ert Ross, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam E. Bowne, nee Dorothy Ross,
are guests in Salem for the week
end. Mr. and Mrs. William McGllch
rist, Sr., have just returned from
a. two weeks motor trip through
and British Columbia. Blren Bay,
Wash., popular Canadian water
ing place was visited, Mrs.
James Thompson, mother of Mrs.
McGUchrist, and sister, Mrs. Jack
- LoTimer. was visited at Vancou
ver, and the scenic Stevens Pass
route to Wenatchee and Spokane
was taken. At Spokane Dir. Nichol
McGUchrist was visited. Calls
were made at Colfax, Walla Wal
la and Pendleton and the return
was made by way of the Colum
bia river highway.
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Friday, September 9
Annual Marion County picnic, of W. C. T. U. Mu
nicipal auto park, 10 to 4 o'clock.
. Three Links club, L O. O. F. hall, 2:80 o'clock; In
formal social afternoon.
Woman's Missionary society of First Baptist church,
wit, Mrs. T. W. Davies. 941 North Cottage street, be-,,
ginning at 2 o'clock.
Sewing club of B. and P. W. club, dinner meeting
with Miss Josephine Shade, 748 Ferry street; 1:80
o'clock supper hour.
Daughters of Union Veterans, 8 o'clock at Woman's
clubhouse on Cottage street.
Saturday, September 10
Salem Woman's club, first session of fall, at Worn
' en's clubhouse; 2:30 o'clock.
Fall Flower Show, auspices Salem Garden club
and Marion County Commercial Growers, opens at 25S
N. Commercial street.
Sunday, September 11
Rev. P. W. Eriksen of American Lutheran church,
lecture at Union hall, 457 Court street; subject, "Pyra
mids of Egypt."
Guests in Oregon and at the
same time residents returned
home for a vacation from Wash
ington, D. C. are Senator and
Mrs. Charles MeNary. Their return
is always signalized by attractive
social affairs and one such event
will be the dinner for which Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Liveeley will be
hosts at the Livesley homo on
Fajrmount hill tonight.
Covers were placed for Senator
and Mrs. MeNary, Judge and Mrs.
John MeNary, Mr. and Mrs. Frits
Slade, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Paul
us iand Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lives
ley; Alice Jones Bride
Of Harvey Meyers
For the matron who wants the
slimmest affect possible, select
lines as in the model sketched
They disguise one's figure beau-
tilttiiy and have such chic. This
new version of the "beltless all
houette" accents smart scalloped
bodice details and new puffed
sleeves. Just the thing for satins
Pattern 2322 may be obtained
only In sixes 31-to SO. Size 36 re
quires 3 5-8 yards 39 inch fabric
, n yard 36 inch lace. Illus
trated step-by-step sewing Instruc
tions included with this pattern.
Scad flftaaa eeatt (i$e) ta
aoiaa ar (tamps (cotnl prefarrad).
pattern. Writ plalaly
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Tka fall and winter edltioa (
Anna Aaanit Pattern eatalo
Jl raadyl CharBlnf, flattering bo4
a 13 page sf tha newtat and
kaa aoosa, - street and formal
iracki eleTerly detigaed atylaa
to larra flora and beantifaL
vraetiaal nodal lor janiora and
kiddiea. Lovely lingeri pattaraa,
and aurrattioaa for rifts that eaa
cattily aad inexpeitaiTeiy aaada,
ar also fnohided. Send for- tka
oaUlof. Prtoa of estalog, fif
teen cants. Catalog and patter to
getaer. wnty- cants. Address
all mil orders to Statasmaa Fat
arsj departmsnt. 243- W. 17t
atrMt, Nw York ity. . ..
ITtk street New Tork CHy.
Macleay One of the most
charming as well as most brilliant
affairs of the season was the wed
ding of Alice Marie Jones, only
daughter of W.'A. and Eva Pat
ton; Jones of Macleay to Harvey
Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.
Meyers of Pratum, which was
solemnized at the Pratum Metho
dist church Sunday, Rev. L.
To the strains of Mendelssohn's
weddding march played by Mrs.
J. C. Jones, an aunt of the bride,
the bridal party proceeded op the
aisle to a bower of greenery and
pale pink gladioli. Otto Kleen, a
cousin, sang "I Love Too Truly."
Miss Mildred Meyers, sister of
the; groom acted as bridesmaid
and Thomas Jones, brother of
the bride as best man.
The bride's dress was white
satin and ls.ee. with a full length
veil and she carried a shower bou
quet of rosrts and sweetpeas. Miss
Meyers wore pale pink chiffon
and carried pale pink asters.
Following the ceremony a re
ception was given at the home of
the bride's parents for Immediate
members of the family at which
75 j were present. The wedding
cake was white and was decor
ated with a miniature bride and
groom in a bower of green. The
house decorations were pale pink
and apricot gladiolls.
Those assisting about the
house were Myrtle Meyers, Nellie
Kleen, Bertaa Schultz, Ann Mey
ers Evelyn Hirsch.
Lfter the reception the young
couple left on a honeymoon trip
which will take them over the
MeKenzie pass to Crater Lake, to
the Oregon Caves and a visit to
thei Oregon beaches after which
they will be at home to their
friends at their Pratum home.
Mrs. Meyers going a'way suit
wai a brown ensemble with brown
Mrs. Meyers is a graduate of
the; Salem high school and at
tended the Capitol Business col
lege and held the ' position of
bookkeeper for the Producers
Mr. Meyers is a graduate of the
Salem high school and is employ
ed by a Salem grocery firm. Both
are members of the Pratum Meth
plans for the state convention
of jthe Wt C T, U. were made
at the regular meeting of the Sa
lem W. C. T. U. Tuesday after
noon. The convention will con
vene October 11 and continue for
fotjr days. A housing committee
was appointed by Mrs. Lydia Leh
man, president and a partial list
of j this group includes Mrs. Mo
Lellan of First Baptist church:
Mrs. Deuber, Jason Lee: Mrs. Ger
trude Remington, Evangelical;
Mrs. Leslie Barkus. Leslie Metho
dist; Mrs. Charles Fessenden, First
Methodist; Mrs. Sarah Oliver.
United Brethren: Mrs. Hadley,
South Salem Friends, and Mrs.
Jejiay Presnall, North Friends."
iScio. A Joint birthday party
for Allen and Jean Bartu, small
sobs of Mr. and Mrs. Mylo Bartu,
was neid at the Bartu home Wed
nejsday afternoon. The following
little folks were guests: Betty
June Withers. Carolyn Flanaaan.
Junior and Natalie Phillips, June
Cyrus, Helen Shelton, Jerry Ohle-
meier, canton, Donny and Dar-
iere Eastburn, Billy. Peggy and
Robert Hoagland, Florence, Pearl
aijd Robert Dennison and Beverly
ana Meniyn schrunk.
sMrs. Vannie Shelton. Mrs. Car
oline Schrunk and Mrs. Earl Phil
libs assisted Mrs. Bartu with the
j unerty Guests during the
first of the week at the Oscar
Dbncer home were a sister. Mrs.
Eltrl Lathrop of V a n c o" u v e r,
Wash., and a niece. Mrs. srhnte-en
aid baby daughter Earla of Cres
cent City, Calif. Mrs. Schotgen
was formerly Wilda Lathron and
bejthshe and Mrg. Lathrop were
tormer residents and well known
Auxiliary Music Will
Of keen Interest In Salem will
be the results of the state compe
tion arranged by the state music
committee of the American Legion
for tonight at 8:30 o'clock In the
ballroom of the Multnomah hotel.
The Salem quartet and a new
organization, the trio, will leave
this morning for Portland to take
part -in the competition. If suc
cessful here where they will com
pete against 14 entrants, they will
go Into the national competition
bleb will be held as a part of
the national Legion convention
opening in Portland Monday.
Tne groups under the direction
of Miss Lena Belle Tarter, have
been working hard all summer
and the past two weeks have been
spent In Intensive practice. Each
group has appeared several times
in public the past week In order
to become steady before audiences
in the numbers they are singing,
which are those selected by the
state music chairman.
The personnel of the quartet is
Mildred Wyatt, Bernice Bowe,
Marie Robertson and Grace Zo
sel. The trio Is Mildred Wyatt,
Bernice 'Bowe and Grace Zosel.
Forum Group Has
An unusually happy time was
enjoyed by members of the Young
People's Forum of the First Meth
odist church Wednesday evening
when Miss Loretta Varley enter
tained in compliment to them.
An evening of informal sports
and games was concluded with a
Guests for the evening included
Miss Marjorie O'Dell, Miss Gladys
Taylor, Miss Dorothy Taylor,
Miss Irene Breithaupt, Miss Hel
en Breithaupt, Miss Velleda Ohm
art, Miss Bess Nolan. Welburn
Swafford. Robert Holiday, For
rest Holiday, William Depew, Ev
erett Cole, Dale Jackson, and Miss
Another Jolly evening is being
planned by the forum for Friday
night. This will be held at Min
to's Island and will Be a dinner
cooked over the open fire and
preceding it swimming.
Delphian Chapter -
Will Begin Sessions
The first meeting following the
summer vacation for the Phi Del
ta Delphian chapter will be held
Tuesday morning in accord with
the custom of this group. Mem
bers will gather at 9:30 o'clock
t the home of Mrs. Ralph Kletz-
ing, 745 South Commercial street.
A preliminary survey of the
year's work will be made by Mrs.
Carl Nelson. Tonics will be giv
en by Mrs. Fred Anunsen. Mrs.
R. D. Barton, Mrs. Karl Heinlein,
Mrs. E. RItter and Mrs. R. M.
The home of Mrs. Libbie Wil
son was the scene of a quiet mar
riage Sunday evening when Miss
Evelyn Terbune became the bride
of Dale L. Dixon. Ttev. Wilson was
the officiating minister. Mrs.
Laura Smith was bridesmaid and
B. T. Smith acted as best man
for Mr. Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Dix
on will make their home in Sa
Silverton. Miss Hannah Olsen
was hostess Monday aternoon for
the pleasure of her little six-year-
oia niece, Diana Doyle, whose
birthday it was. Invited were Ruth
Cole, Coralee Conrad, Betty Vor-
seth, Margaret Olsen and Mary
Mrs. Troy Cox was the insnira-
tion for a pretty surprise nartv
Wednesday afternoon at the ' Os-
trander home, at which time Mrs.
Vera Ostrander, Mrs. Elmer Wet-
sel and Mrs. John Woodward en
tertained for her. Mr. and Mrs.
Cox are recent arrivals in Salem.
Miss Leah Steinbock. Miss Paul
ine Leshner, and Mrs. H. Leshner
motored from Portland Friday to
be the weekend " guests of Mrs.
A. N. Steinbock. Informal social
affairs have been planned for the
The Three Links club will not
have a no-host luncheon as nlan-
ned but will meet at 2:30 o'clock
in the I. O. O. F. hall. Hostesses
for the afternoon will Include
Mrs. Daisy Mclntyre, Mrs. Coral
McNeil an 1 Mrs. Evelyn Brem
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P IM F
I L I v I I I
Miller Day comes but once a year. , . It is a day set aside for the promotion
of nationally advertised merchandise at - very special prices. It is, in reality,
'Good Will Day" because manufacturers of these splendid lines cooperate
with Millers in making this sale possible . . . creating good will and acquir
ing new patrons. This is the Sixth Annual "Miller Day." Miller's planned
all through the summer months, buying fall and winter merchandise in
preparation of this special eVent. And, luckily for Miller's and their cus
tomers, prices were at their very depths when the stocks for Miller Day
were purchased. In the past few days, cottons, silks, woolens, leather
goods, rubber, etc., have advanced steadily in price. Miller's believe the
bottom has been reached in nearly all commodities and that the strengthen
ing in prices will prevail for some time.
Miller Day takes no cognizance of ris
ing prices . . . every bargain will be
priced in accordance with the new
lows that prevailed at the time it was
It is unnecessary to go into detail re
garding the names or brands, but we
confine our remarks to saying that the
merchandise for Miller Day stands
entirely upon its merits and reputation
of years of consistent good quality. -
Store Opens 9 o'clock
ree Bus Rides!
Fre bus rides today from 8:30 to 2:30 P. M.
on H incominp; cars in Salem. Everyone is
welcome to ride free . . . Miller's open at 9
o'clock, the 8:30 bus will get you here on
Silk Scarfs In a Riot of Col
or Schemes. Roman stripes.
10OO rairs Holeproof and
Berwy Hose. All silk full
fashioned. New colors. Chif
fons, and gft
service Pair OUC
600 Pairs Holeproof Hoso
Reg. to fl.JMJ. Sheer chif
fons, lace tops and i .
service weights.. Pair vl"
400 Pairs Heavy Theme
Service Hose. Full fashioned
good colors q
all sizes Pair OSJC
Women's Fine Lisle Vests
and Pante. Early shopping is
advised j f
on these Each lUC
These sell regu-
larly at 59
Hosiery Dept. Each
Children's Jersey and Crepe
School Frocks. Sixes 7 to 14
years. Regularly nr
$2.95 values ... la7
Children's All Wool Sweat
ers 3 to 0 yrs. Fall colors.
Coat and A
slip-on styles h1
heel. All sixes.
Reg. $1.25 value
AH Metal Adjustable Shoe
Trees Reg. 91.00. Keep
your shoes In shape
8-Year Guaranteed Sheets
Xtra Qaalify. 81 x 99 and
3 x 99. No tilling. qq
Good wear OaC
Regular Size 3-Year Guar
antee, Cases. Torn slxe to
above sheets auC
Raffled Curtains Guaran
teed Colors. Colorful prints
top Pair UaJC
Fast Color Printed Sailings
for School. Travel prints.
Medium and 4 a
dark ..Yard LtC
Cannon Bath Towels
Green, Blae, Gold. Regular
50c quality, 22 x 44. or
New designs . .Each fadC
25- Yr. Guarantee Silver
Plate, Flatwear. Hollow
handle knives, fancy q
pieces, ete Each lafC
Boys FUanel lined Weath
erproof Coats. Sixes to 10
years, $1.0. t or
11 to 14 years..
"Miller Day" Sale of Toilet
Articles. Powder, lotions,
etc Each 1UC
Children's Derby Ribbed
School Hose. Sixes 5 to 10.
15c pair .' 1UC
Ruffled Curtains Sample
Line. Values to $1.96 pair,
pair 25c . . . .
Boys' Suede Cloth Blaze
Special. For stordy
school wear.. Each
Women's New All Wool
Winter Coat. Tweeds and
rough wool. gr
New colors pUaO
Electric Two Slice Toasters
Guaranteed. Chrome plate
12 and 14 In. Elastic Gir
dles. Regular $1.25 to $1.98
values. (Notion i e(
Dept.) Each 1UU
Silk Printed Card Table
Covers Colors. Very spe
cial buy. Q(
Oriental patterns... OJC
44-Iach Linen Stamped
Laach Cloths. With 4 nap
kins to match ready rn
to embroider 3C
Big Lot of Finest Silks in
Well Known Brands. Mallin
son's, Bean Monde
and Stehll Yard pl
Big Lot Fall Wool en n 54
inch. Tweeds, eoatings, ete.
colors . . . .Yard $1.00
Well Known Make Fabric:
Gloves. Slip-on style. Fall
colors. Regular rn
Boys' and Girls'
Girls Black One-Strap
rnnpa. Excellent for
school year. Pair
Boys' aad Girls'
work wear. . . .
New Fail Hand Bags for
School. Black and brown.
1 styles OUC
Printed Fast Color Hand
kerchiefs. Less than 5c each.
Buy these rr
for school . . . .Dozen OD C
Women's Work Oxfords.
Brown and black. r
New style. Pair ' 10D
Women's Brogues Heavy
Welts. Kiltie tongue. Very
brogulsh. 0 OC
3 to 8. ... .Pair aaa7d
Men's Black and Brown Ox
fords. Welt soles. o
Good Quality Pair ?0
Men's Heavy Work Shoes.
Durable soles. qq
Solid wear. Pair 9IJO
BOO Yards of
Prints, SO in.
House Frocks, etc.
Fancy Outing Flannel in 80
In. width. Dark and n
light colors. Per Yard OC
70 x SO Doable Blankets
Tan or Grey. Fancy borders.
quality . . $1.48
Women's Printed Honse
Dreasee All Sixes. New
Fall styles, fast ja
colors. Sixes to 12.. flafC
Boys' Part Wool Sllp-Oa
Sweaters. Sixes SO to SC.
Excellent for a r
Men's Twin Ribbed Vnion
Salts M to 40. These are
good weight for fall re
and winter D7C
Men's Dress Shirts Sizes
14 to 17. Pastel . a r
shadea, fast colors.. fxOC
Boys Shirts for School 0
o 14 H. A big bargain. Save
Men's Shorts in Fast Color
Prints. A ulck close
out. Shop early..
Boys' Corduroy Pants for
School. I to II years. Very
this price . . ... $1.00
Boys' Sheepskin Lined Coats
8 to 12. Leatherette with
Wambo collars. qq
Boys' Sheepekin Lined Coats
14 to 18. Leatherette with
.Wambo tjo in
New Fall presses Silk or
Wool, lacladlng Street.
Afternoon . . .
New Fail Polo Coats Light
WooL New sleeves, collars.
New Rayon Sweaters In
White aad Colors, tllp-ons
In the latest knit
Mnnslngwear aad Kicker
nick Undies. Regular $2.09
Steplns, Bloomers, etc Spe
Mnnslngwear Regular $1.00
Vests. These are exception
ally good PA
Mnnslngwear Comb! net
Kegnlar S8.00. Brawler
tops. Very a
popular garment V 1
"MisslaapUclty G o s a r d
Fonndationa; Reg. 910.
Freneh elastic lace tops.
No. MOO Geeaard Fonnda-
elastic! 15" CkLrm08ett
Swam tops .... $850
Jiona. Brocade with
topi ....... ... $3.95
Kickernick Slips, Doable
Back. Reg. ftS.OO White aad
flesh. Extra tin
fine quality .... iZa7
New Fall Felt Ilate. Brown,
Win. Green, Bloc. Newest
shape tn 0 r r
finest hats ))
A Janibo size school tab
let will, be xiven to the
first 2000 school children
coming to Miller's today.
Each child most be ac
companied byj an adalt.
Call at Pattern Dept.
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"as, ; .FREE!
Cf. feis ' 1 lfe; ; - glren thnrngh the conr-
(f -LL"ji . ggMI UJE MCRCArlTILE COMWVMY lr4C . tesy the Bvttertck
Iff ' I; " " PnbLUbJng Company.
Nj - . . . ! T f Gall at Pattern Dept.
rf - bewar!"
here. -. .-.