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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Sunday Morning, December 11, 1932
Watch Party Is Voted; Bene
fit Play is Also Plan
! ' ned by Group
FAIRFIELD. Dec." 10 OtfU
eers of Fairfield graug to serve
tor the ensuing year were in
stalled at the grange meeting
Friday night They are: Fred Rogers,-
master; Francis Saalfeld,
erteer; Mrs. Helen DujRette,
lecturer; Mrs. Laura Djtmars,
treasurer; Mrs. Miriam itusoni,
secretary; Mrs. F. M. Hill, chap
lain; Michael Mahoney: III, stew
ard; Allyn Nusom, ' assistant
steward; Mrs. Charlotte Knne.
lady - assistant steward; Ethel
Vanderbeck, ceres; Marguerite
Da Rette, Pomona; Nancy Keene,
Flora; Ben Hall, Frank Saal-
Wife Was Fat
No Longer Attractive
The above headlinee appeared
in a New York newspaper of April
4 in connection with a divorce
trial that has attracted wide at
tention. "She was a beautiful woman,"
one witness testified, "but she got
fat and is not attractive
ting fat and
what to do.
of women ars get
losing their appeal
they do not know
If you are fat how would you
like to lose it and at the same
time gain in physi. al charm and
acquire a clean, clear ikln and
eyes that sparkle with buoyant
And gain in energy and ac
tivity? Why not do what thousands of
women have doue to get rid of
pounds of unwanted fat? Take
one half teaspoon of Kruschen
Salts in a glass of hot water every
morning before breakfast and
keep it up for 30 days. You can
help the action of Kruschen by
cutting down on pastry and fatty
meats and going light on potatoes,
butter, cream and sugar. Then
weigh yourself and see how many
pounds you have lost.
Kruschen Salts are a blend of 6
mineral salts most helpful to body
health. Best cf all, a bottle of
Krnschen Salts that will last you
for 4 weeks costs but a trifle. Ask
Perry'a Drug Store, Capital Drug
Store or any druggist for a bottle
and start to lose fat today.
It's the safe way to reduce but
be sure you get Kruschen your
health comes first and remember
this if you are not joyfully satis
fied with results ironey back.
j- Helpful Hints for
E AEdv was
Watch out for colds this cold weather.
Do not delay, call your physician before
serious trouble begins. Prevention in al-
ways better than cure. We'll fill your pre
scriptions. You can depend on us as Our
prescription service is the best service we
CAPITAL DRUG STORE
J. H. W1LLETT
405 Stte - Comer Liberty - Tel. SI 18
fold, Joe Rubins, executive com
mittee. Ben Hall, retiring master, act
ed as installing officer
Members voted favorably for
a watch party on New Year's eve,
the proceeds from door receipts
to be added to the building
fund. The committee is Henry
C. Stafford, Arthur Goffin, fifaw
rence Ferschweiler, Frank Lamb,
and Mr. Johnston. There will be
no social meeting In December.
An ' Investigating ' committee
was appointed to' report at the
next meeting, January 13. Mem
bers are Michael Mahoney, Frank
Felton and Mrs. F. P. Runcorn.
Those appointed to serve re
freshments at this session are,
Mr. apd Mrs. Henry Stafford,
Frank Saalfeld, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Scharf and Francis Saalfeld.
Mrs. D. B. Du Rette, lecturer,
announced that a benefit play
would be presented about the
third week In January. At the
next H. E. C. meeting, Jaa. S.
work will begin on a quilt, and
all members are urged to attend.
EASTERN STAR TG
WOODBURN, Dec. 10 Officers
for the ensuing year will be elect
ed Monday night. December 12,
when the Evergreen Chapter No.
41, Order of Eastern Star holds its
regular meeting at the Masonic ;
temple. After the business meeting
the past matrons' club will hold a I
kitchen goods sale in connection
with their yearly chili supper. '
An interesting program has
been arranged for Wednesday aft
ernoon. December 14, when the '
members of the Presbyterian La-
dies' Aid sof Jety meet in the social j
rooms of the church. The program
will feature numbers suggestive j
nf 4-Via hi a t r e cam T7 a v C! aa 1
!; and Mis Margaret Hall will J
give t-?lks. and musical numbers
and recitations will be given by
high and grade school pupils.
The women of the Bethel Pres
byter). n church have been espe-
ially invited to attend the meet
ing, wMoh start promptly at 2:30
p. m. Hostesses, who will serve
r?frph-Tit?nts. ars Mrs. Rex Bent
py, Mrf. Rae Gibbonn, Mrs. L. R.
Twep.ile and Mrs. W J. Wilson.
Dr. Burl Betzer
Is 111; Pneumonia
Case Reported Too
SCIO. Dec. 10 Dr. Burl Betzer
has been confined to his bed for
the past few days with la grippe.
Miss Merna Davidson who has
been seriously ill with rheumatism
at the home of her father, G. W.
Davidson, was taken to an Albany
Hospital Saturday morning.
Pat Bsl drove to Portland Fri
day night to see his wife and baby
daughter. Both Mrs. Beal and lit
tle daughter are getting along fine
tt.nd are expected to return to
their home here a week from Sun
day. Healthful living
YOU CAN BE PROUD TO
SEND, 5-10-15-20 and 25
of the better grade
at 1932 prices
Children and For Old Folks
We Are Offering Our Stock of
Leather Goods at 1-3 off
Fountain Pen Desk Sets at M price
LOU S I X
DIES A! SCID HOME
. 8CIO. Dee, 10 Mrs. Louisa C.
Alexander, a resident of Scio for
60 years, died early Saturday
morning at her -home here. Her
daughter, Mrs. Minnie Young, dted
Monday morning and burial serv
ices were held Wednesday.
Mrs. Alexander was 87 years
old. She had been bedfast for the
last two years and four months,
suffering as ret nit of a paralytic
stroke. Her hearing was gone
and her eyesight virtually so. Her
husband, Myron Alexander, died
here in 1909. Mrs. Alexander came
to Oregon 75 years ago.
The only surviving relative is a
sister who lives somewhere in the
Funeral services will be held at
the grave in the Franklin Masonic
cemetery Monday afternoon at
1:30 o'clock, with. George Suther
land officiating. Remains are at
the Weddle mortuary in Stayton.
PITZERS ARE HONORED
FAIRFIELD, Dec. 10. Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Pitser and two sons have
moved to a farm one and one-half
miles west of Alsea. They were
On a Few
BATH ROBES $2.95
Leather Jackets $4.95
GOLF KNICKERS $2.95
DONT MISS SEEING
Big New o ,
Cl-i srf jr-v4iv 4
Hundreds of Salem's Thrifty, yet discriminating shop
pers, are selecting shoes for present as well as for future
needs at our Semi-Annual Sale of Shoes. Join those who
are getting more value for less money than ever before!
New Style, Quality Footwear
Hosiery Reduced, Too
overnight guests last week of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Ferschweller,
where covers were placed at din
ner for 13. V
Friends called later .14 the eve
ning and the group t presented a
gift to the Pitiers.
World Peace Topic
Of Mission Group
Studies at 'Green
. HAZEL GREEN, Dee. 10
" World's Peace was the theme
of a most interesting topic of the
Women's Missionary society
Thursday afternoon at Miss Ruby
Woodward's home, Miss May
Smith, leader. Others taking part
were Mrs. A. T. Van Cleave, Mrs.
Joseph Cook, Mrs. Milo Barnett,
Mrs. Lester Van Cleave, and Mrs.
Luckey. Mrs. C. A. Van Cleave
contributed a vocal solo appro
priate to the season.
Mrs. Clark M. Smith was elect
ed thank-offering secretary, a va
cancy occurring by the resigna
tion of Mrs. S. E. Long.
Pledgee for the support of Miss
Gladys Ward, missionary from
the Oregon conference, was con
sidered. Miss Ward is a daughter
of missionaries to China, and was
born In Canton, and partly edu
cated in - English schools in
Shanghai. For the last six years,
Mrs. Ward has been working in a
Items While the Quantities Last
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SEMI - ANNUAL
axe taking advantage of re
O O duced prices on all shoes
during this Semi-Annual Sale.
Old Timers Avow
It Has Ever Been
MEHAMA, Dec (If Thursday
night experienced tiColdest wea
ther that has been knewn here for
years, at least, and some say it
was the coldest it has ever been.-
Thermometers on the north side
of buildings real ,10 below and
others read S below. Qqite a show
ing of dust, supposedly from east
ern Oregon, as the wind was blow
ing directly from .the east, was
noticed around 3 o'clock in the
afternoon yesterday and this
morning great cakes of ice are
floating down the Santlam river.
The extremely cold weather
came on so suddenly that quite a
loss was suffered in these parts.
Not only were the radiators of
cars frozen up, but several people
reported a loss of apples and po
tatoes which were put away for
HAYESV1LLE, Dec. 10 School
was dismissed at noon Thursday
as the cold weather had frozen
the pipes and cut off the water
girls school at SIu Lin near Canton.
Flannel Pajamas 98c
SHIRTS, SHORTS 23c
Lined Driving Gloves 98c
OUR GIFT DEPT.
It it Now
it Yes, appropriate Gifts for Mother, . Daddy
V Penney s feature; low prices every day. Your Christmas dol
lar goes far at Penney.
Smart Men PREFER Them!
Smart Givers GIVE Them!
A lovely assortment of Browns,
fan and Blues. While they last
One cloth, four napkins!
White or colors I
Styled to match the new ensanbksl
Smart designs ml border effects !
Excellent quality I
Box of 2
"Hello, Santa! Bring me some
. K 2
That' man'i order any Cbritmal Why
not be practical and fill k whh these smart,
hose1 In the patterns and colors
that he prefers I
in the Colors She Prefers!
thai wilt add
They're txtra large, tool
A charming variety o
Jacqoard-woven designs 1
BIm Rm Gold
they're made to
wear and wear!
(? a sr mm
Loveliest of all) Wispy fun
fashioned hoe that you're
proud to five. Picot tops,
French heels and all those
txtraj that add nothinf to Pen
eyi low price!
( i ilk piqoe
. . am) every
with leather soles!
Attractive and most serviceable i
With ribbon trimming and pret
ty brocade collar. Rubber tap
beets. Several colors.
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Panltd? Cm Him
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Hel peiie tkns eonvenieat kof
talo-gTaia cwopositioa case, ft
ted witft 5
and the Kiddies.
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THESE AND MORE
including wrapping and mailing supplies, can
be found at
The Commercial Book Store
160 N. liberty St
A. A. GUEFFROY
168 TS. GMunevdal