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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1932)
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OUYE M. Doak, Society Editor 1
i Bridge Club is
Mrs. Ted L. Kuhns entertained
Thursday at htr home in compli
ment to members ' of ' her dab.
Lsncb90ii vas served at , one
cU)cV and .the afternoon hours
we-ra occupied wit'a bridge.
Present were Mrs. James L.
Sws. Mrs. Clifford Dane. Urs.
J. T. Dslacer. Mrs. Lars Bergs
ri!:. Mrs. St&nley Burgess. Mra.
R. D. Woodrov. Mrs. Lelf Bergs
Tik and Mrs. Kuhns.
An attractive dessert luncheon
nd this followed by an afternoon
ef bridge wa enjoyed at the bom
of Mrs. Charles McElhlnney Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Floyd
,iegmund and Mrs. Alex Jones
will be.tb next hostesses to the
club at the Siegmnnd.home. High
score for cards west to Mrs. .Fred
Duncan. Additional guests vrera
Mrs. Albert Gragg and Mrs. Liv
ingston of Bend.
Mr. and Mr. William McGilch
rist. Jr.. hare returned from an
extended trip Into Washington
where Mr. McGilchrist visited Ro
tary orders. Wednesday was
spent In Eugene and today Mr.
nd Mrs. McGilchrist will leave
?or Portland where they will vis
it with. Miss Josephine McGilch
rist over the weekend. Miss Mc
Gilchrist is attending St. Helen's
Dr. Kuth M. Daugherty
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80 12-3 First Xa.fi Bank Bldg.
All Modern Frames and
Lenses at Prices All
, Can Afford!
Saturday, October 1. " "
Daughter's of American Revolution with Mrs. Ka
tberina W. Powell at Keith Powell home la Woodburn;
social meeting. 1 ,
Annual party for the Willamette university faculty
at Lausanne hall, Dr. and Mrs. Doney hosts.
Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
McArthur and children, Doris, Da
vid and Jerrell and Mrs. Waldo
Brown and children, Betty, Boyd
and Wallace, attended the cele
bration of the (7th wedding an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. David
McArthur of New. Era at the War
ner grange hall. Their birthdays
were also feted.
Mrs. McArthur was 89 years
old Friday September 9, and Mr.
McArthur will be 91 November 24.
About 100 guests were seated
at the large dinner table. A huge
birthday cake graced the center of
Michaelmas daisies, asters and
autumn leaves were used for dec
orations. The Woman's Relief corps of
Oregon City and the G. A. R. were
represented by about 20 men and
Among those appearing on the
program were Mr. McArthur, who
gave a brief account of Abraham
Lincoln; Mrs. McArthur sang
"Soldiers Going to War"; How-
A piano to use for the
storage of same
1362 Skinner St. West Salem
ard Belton gave the main addresa
stressing the long married life of
the honored couple. Other num
bers wer solos and readings by
members ot the McArthur clan.
A picture of Lincoln was pre
sented to- the grange "by Mr. and .
Tnrner. Mrs. Earl S. Prather
entertained with a party Tuesday
afternoon for a . group - of young
children, their mothers and sev
eral gnests, in compliment to ths
first birthday of her daughter,
Margaret Ann. A social hour was
followed by the presentation, ot
the large birthday cake by the
wee maid's grandmother, Mrs. A.
S. Prather. Mrs. T. T. Palmer as
sisted the hostess.
The guest list included Mrs. A.
S. Prather, Mrs. H. 8. Bond. Mrs.
I. E. Putnam, Mrs. C. A. Bones,
Mrs. T. T. Palmer and Peggy, Mrs.
C. F. Standley and Carol Jean and
Harold Dean, Mrs. Harvard Ba
ker and Shirley and Melvin, "Mrs.
E. S. Bear and Eunice and Billy,
and Mrs. Clifford Ensley and Gay
lia of Aumsviile. and the hostess.
Mrs, Prather, and children, San-
ford, Jr., and Margaret Ann.
Mrs. James Lester Gault of Cor
vallis, one of the leaders in ma
sicsl circles in the state college
city, was In Salem yesterday. Mra
Gault was in charee of the mn
steal urogram bv Corvallia mn.
slclans at the arts pavilion at the
state fair yesterday.
State and Com mercial Sts.
Quality Foods Economy Prices
We closed All Day Wednesday, Salem Day at the State Fair which has been the
custom for years. Our employes had the entire day to enjoy its many attractions,
and are back with lots of pep and good h uraor ready to serve you to the many ex
ceptional values priced for those who come to Salem fro ma distance and all oth
ers who make this store their trading place.
The Following Items are Specially Priced
for Friday and Saturday, Sept, 30 & Oct. 1
Celebrated in Portland
A col den weddinr MllinHA
of Interest In galem was that cel
ebrated Wednesday evening' - in
roruana nononng Dr. and Mrs.
C. C. Pollux. Tha event wk 4nin-
ly celebrated with Mr. and Mrs.
J. c. Luckel.
Marriage vows wer pnwt
the First Evan relic! hnrh wt.
neaday evening with Rev. 6. L.
Lioveii omciatlng. Mrs. Poling
and Mra. Luckel each wore mul
berry colored velvet ram and
corsages of orchida.
Yellow chrrsanthemnma. mMn
tapers, parole asters mad th r.
caption rooms of the church a ie-
iigntrm background for the re
ception which followed th mar.
riaga vows. -
Those .who assisted la
were Miss Irene Good, Miss Bar
bara Jane Wood, both of Parti
and from Salem Miss Kathleen
Phelps. Miss Savilla Phelps, and
Miss Jovce Phalna all f
whom are granddaaghtera of Dr.
and Mrs. Poling.
Dr. and Mrs. Poling left Thurs
day with Dr. Dan Pollnr bv nlini
for New York city where they will
spend tie next three months. Dr.
Poling flew from the east to be
present for the golden wedding
Mrs. Ethel Poling Phelps was
also present from Salem.
North Howell CompHmenttng
Miss Lucille Waltman. whose
marriage to Henry Hasan, waa an
event of September JS. a lam
number of neighbors and rela
tives were invited to the attract
ive home of her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Waltman tor a
The guest list numbered over
CO and among those present were
Mrs. Fred Beer, Mrs. Amy Beer,
Mrs. R. H. Drake. Mabel Drake,
Mrs. Leana Rand, Mrs. Belle
Kurre. Mrs. Mildred York, Mrs.
J. B. Brooks, Mrs. R. C. Ramsden
and daughter Faye, Mrs. Adam
Wachter, Mrs. M. Milne, Mrs.
Nellie Tuve. Mrs. J. Anderson.
Mrs. Signs Woelke and daughter
Margaret, Mrs. M. Mikkelson,
Jessie Coomler, Ada Mikkelson,
Alta Hall. Helen Wiesner. Mrs
C. E. Mcllwain. Margaret Mikkel
son, Gladys Waltman. Lula Wies
ner, Blanch Mcllwain, Martha
Vinton. Ruth Rickard. Adeline
Schmidt, Helena Schmidt, Mrs.
Sylvia Bauehman, Mrs. Ewan
Beals and daughter Bertha, Mrs.
Evan Beals Jr., Ruby Steward,
Alice Jefferson, Margaret McCol
lum, Mrs. Lester Waltman and
the hostess Mrs. J. E. Waltman.
The young couple will make
their home for the present In a
house on the Hartley and Craig
farm In North Howell.
The reeular meet In? of the
Woman's Relief Coros will not be
held Saturday because of the con
flict witn fair activities.
Maple Leaf Brand
U. S. Grade No. 2
SHORTENING, Pure Vegetable, 3 lbs 25c
PURE LARD, a Low Price, 3 lbs 25c
SNOWDRIFT, Always Best, 3 lbs. : 45c
tJJABu pure cane E lbs. 4JS
Sack 100 lbs. $4.25
Fancy Eastern, by the
Piece Half or Whole
Karo, dark, 10 lbs. 59c
Karo, darg, 5 lbs 37c
Karo, light, 10 lbs. 63c
Karo, light, 5 lbs 39c
Vermont Maid, 12-oz bot. 18c
Brown Sugar, 4 lbs. 19c
Powdered Sugar, 3 lbs 19c
M. J. B. 3 lb. Can 89c
2-lb Package Rice Free
M. J. B. Jr., lb 23c
Upstdn's Best, lb ...29c
Ground while yon wait
Garden Qub Will : i :
Much Interest la betn felt la
the tint meeting of tha fall for
tha Salem Garden which will
ake place at tha chamber at com
merce rooma atonaajr aunt begin
ning at I o'clock. '
Ernest Infer, new president for
tha year, and Mrs. Mrron Van Ea
ton, new aecretary, will- take
charce of tha meetinc th hnaf.
ness part of which will e mostly
eoncernina; plana for tha coming
aeaion. Tha elnh meet moiihtr
tha first Monday of each month.
Tha program la being enthusi
astically antidnated. It will h
talk? on the cara and arrangement
or cut r lowers by Miss Irene
Bralthaupt, and her remarks will
ba Illustrated hr Miss Halaa Rrt.
Anrone Interested ia lnvltf to
attend this lecture. Apron dafr.
lng to Join tha Garden club may
ecu re iniormauon by calling Mra.
w. js. Anaeraon.
fchaw. A donbla wMdln was
held at the Fred Schafer home
Tuesday morning when Amelia
Herback became tha bride af Joe
Schwlndt and Catherine Lawring
er became tha bride of Frank
Schafer. They were married at tha
anew caueiic church at 10
O'clock. Rer. Mar cell An M&1
performing tha ceremony. j
A reception waa held at tha
Fred Schafer home where about
SO relatlvee and friends were
Mlsa Herback wore a white
Crena dreM With Inn traillnv
yell held in place by a wreath. She
earned white asters. Mlas Rosa
Schwlndt. sister ot the groom, at
tended tha bride, and wore a frock
ot pale green trimmed with ailrer.
S. Axman acted as beat man for
Mr. Schwlndt. They will make
their home on the groom's farm
in Jordan. .
Mlas Lawrlnger wore a pink
dress with a long trailing reil and
carried an arm bouquet of purple
asters. Miss Madelene Syllnsky,
her bridesmaid, also wore pink.
Mr. Schafer'a best man was Mr.
Waltymna, an uncle pf tha bride.
North Santlam. Mrs. L. C.
Kiethley waa pleasantly surprised
Sunday when a group ot relatives
and friends came to spend the day
tha occasion being her birthday
anniversary. At the luncheon hour
covers war placed for Mr. aai
Mrs. Lyle Knox and children,
George and Wendftl. Mr. aad Mrs.
John VanLydegraf . and . children.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mills, all ot
Salem; Mr. and Mn. Arden Ham
mer and Lenore, Mr. and Mra. A.
F. Keithley, Willis Keithley, Mr.
and Mra. L. C. Keithley and Mary
Loa. and Betty Jo Keithley of this
Bethany Mra. Attia Lea was
tha inspiration of a party at tha
home of her daughter, Mrs. Al
bert Grlnde. the affair .being
sponsored by the Pythian Slater
group. Mra. Lee 'will spend the
winter at Forest Grove with Mra.
E. J. Maple.
Present at the farewell were
Mrs. Lee. Mra. Wanda Anderson,
Mra. J. C. Cooley. Mra. L. C. Eaat-
man, Mra. Elmer Olaen. Mrs. Gil
bert Moser, Mra. E. R. Ekman.
Mra. A. W. Kleeb. Mrs. Oscar Sto-
raaali. Mra. J. L. Stalker, Mrs.
Fred Knight. Mrs. Joe Stayner,
Mra. J. F. Flahwood and Mrs.
The .Girls Friendly society of
SU Paul's Episcopal church ' will
meet this afternoon between the
hoars f '4:11 and I: SO' o'clock
for asocial and business -meeting
at tha home ot Mrs. Clara Av Lee,
branch . president.- . ' "
Silrerton The Bampna chap
ter, at the .Eastern Star 'held Its
first .social night at tha season
Tuesday with'- program and sup
per. Responsible tor. tha evening
were Mrs. Scott McPlke. Mlas El
aine Clower, Mrs. Fred Thnmberg.
Mrs. A. P. Solle, and Miss In
Special features were tha talks
given by Miss Clower. and Mlas
Olivia DeQuIra. tha former on her
summer spent in tha Hawiian Is
lands aad tha latter aa hers a peat
la Alaska Musical, a umbers in- -
eluded' lano solos by Mrs. Ferae
DsTenport and a Tocal duet by V
Mrs.'F. E. Slveater sad Mrs. G. r
B. Bentaen '.H,
A guest In Salem from San
Francisco' is Mrs. Gertrude Erix
oa Rhtnebart who Is here as the
guest of her father. F. A. Etixon.
and with Mrs. E. V. McMechan.
XDtUy bezels nothing tut
mare trouble eomplic
Hons, discomfit. Nave mn
Post's Bran Flakes, Kellogg's
Bran Flake i, Kellogg's Pep,
Rice Knspies 3 for 25c
Rolled Oats, 9-lb sack ... 27c
Quaker Oats, lg. pkg. .. .23c
SOAPS & SOAP POWDERS
Crystal White, 5 for 19c
Ivory, medium size ... ....... .5c-
Fairy, fine for toilet, 4 for 19c
Citrus Powder, Ig size pk 14c
Gold Dust, large pkg. ....19c
The Old Reliable
Royal Baking Powder, 12-oz. can ... 35c
Matches, Sure Fire, carton . . ... 17c
Fruits and Vegetables
ORANGES, utr'f feJ j 8b crate 35c, 3 for
ffifcS.1'' 10"- 2Sc; Box ..
h ' v 7 ' " Frt SaW Excepted,
Double S and H Green Stamps
Friday and Saturday
Bulk 5 lbs 29c
85c Quarts Our Own Russian Oil 49c
25c Size Spts. Camphor ...12c
25c Listerine Tooth Paste 15c
$1.00 Value Stationery, Boxed 59c
?1.50 Petrolasrar No. 1-2-3 98c
Many more to choose from
W. U. and
Don't miss it
We Deliver. No Extra Charge
Hotel Senator Bldg. Dial 5468
This Store Open Sunday Drop In
lc Dowell Market
Where a Dollar Does Its Duty
173 S. Com! Phone 8757
We have a surplus of our fine sugar cured
While they last we are
offering them at .
You can not afford to pass up a bargain like this
Beef to Roast 8 and 10c
Beef to Boil 7c
Prime Rib Roll .15c
Loin Beefsteak 10c
Pure Pork Sausage 10c
This Hamburger and Sausage is the best we know how
to make. Useless to pay more.
Our pork and pork products are of the very best grade.
We'never use any old or ff grade hogs in our market.
Pork to Roast 8 and 10c
Pork Hocks ... 5c
Back Bones 3c
Fresh Pig Feet 2c
Fresh Spareribs 8c
We make all our Hams and Bacon. They are sugar
cured and smoked with oak wood. No better at any
Picnics ; 9c
Cottage Rolls 10c
Hams, sugar cured 12c
Bacon 12c to 17c
Bacon Squares 8c
We close promptly at 8 o'clock Saturday evening
In Salem since 1S95
laraf acbnrer s Qosin
A Special Purchase of MONARCH Paint
A Special Sale of MONARCH Paint
Closing out at less than wholesale prices all discontinued c olors, overstocks, etc. Sale limited to quantities and colors
on hand. All sales final no refunds no exchanges. Every can bears the manufacturers label and formula and
is sold subject to a chemical analysis. Sale includes Out side House Paint, Varnishes, Enamels, Semigloss Inside
Paints, Flat Wall Paints, Barn Paints, Inside Floor Pain ts, Porch Paint and WTiite Lead.
Monarch 100 Pure
Gal. Qts. Pts.
$1.89 49c 27c
Red Barn Paint
7 gallons only
New Tone Flat Wall Paint
By ANNE ADAMS
YouTi find scalloped details
this season applied in tha most
captivating ways. For instance,
the skirt and bodice learnings of
this frock are new and smart aa
are the elbow sleeves with their
scalloped edges. Long sleeves are
included, too. For the smartest
effect satin or the new erepey
silks are best.
Pattern 2396 may be ordered
only in sizes 34 to 44. Size 34 re
quires 3 yards 39 inch fabric Il
lustrated step-by-step sewing in
structions included with this pat
Martin's 100 Pure
Double Thick Rich, Red
16 gallons only. To be reduced with
equal parts linseed AO
oil gal. iJOC
Anker - Kote
Water Proofing Wall
Send fifteen eenu (ISc) K
ceiu er sumps (seins preferred),
(er esk patters. Writ plainly
jreer nsne, address aad style aem
Wer. BK SURE TO STATE SUE
The fall aad eriater editioa at
the Aaaa Adaau PstUra catalog
Is readjrl Charmlar. flatteries; mod
els 32 pages af tha aewest aad
best heeie, street aad (onset
frocks cleverly designed styles
(er large f ireree and besatifnL
, practical models for janiors aad
kiddies. Leeelj ling He patteras.
aad sacrestioas for gifts that ran
he easU aad iaespensirsl ssada,
are sis iaelndrd. Scad for the
new s U log. Price af catalog, (if
teea cents. Catalog aad patter to
gether, tweety fire coats. Addresa
aU Mil ardors to Stataoraaa Pat
: tera department. W. I7ts
root. Ke York city.
ITtfc street. Ks Tors City.
Martin's Full Gloss and
, Quality Enamel
White and Ivory
GaL V2 Gal. Qts. Jts.
2.69 1.87 69c 37c
for walls and woodwork
Gals y8Gal. Qts. Pts.
1.89 97c 49c 27c
One Coat Enamel
Splendid Body, easily applied.
' WTiite only.
A $1.89 49c
Qta. Pts HPts. UPts.
69c 43c 23c 16c
Inside Floor and Outside
Porch" and Deck Paint
GaL Gal. Qts. Pts.
1.89 97c 49c 29c
White Lead, Soft Paste
100 lbs. 60 lbs. 25 lbs. 124Ibs.
9.95 5.10 2.61; 1:34
Flatting Oil, Gallon
28t No. ComX
(WE RESERVE THE RIGIIT TO LIMIT QUAMTmES.)