The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 13, 1933, Page 8, Image 8

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Satan. - Oregon, Friday Morning, Jannary 13, 1933
Society News and Clu
Aff
airs
OUVE M. Doak, Society Editor
Fraternities Will
Be Hosts for
Parties
Saturday light fraternities of
"Willamette nalTersIty will enter
tain with annual semester parties,
parties which are greatly antic I
. pated by the nnireraity socially
. minded.
The most formal of the three
parties will be that for which Sig
ma Tan fraternity will entertain.
This will be a formal banqnet at
Masonic temple beginning at 8:00
o'clock.' It is expected that coyers
will bo placed for 60 guests.
Both Kappa Gamma Rho and
Alpha Psi Delta fraternities will
entertain informally. Kappa Gam
ma Rho will entertain at the fra
ternity house. The program for
the erening is in charge of En
gene Smith.
Alpha Pel Delta will entertain
with a line party at one of the lo
cal theatres and this will be fol
lowed by a few informal hours at
the fraternity home.
Former Club Member
Is Complimented
Mrs. Walter Nelson of Tilla
mook, formerly a Salem resident,
was complimented with a surprise
birthday shower Wednesday even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Taylor by members of the
G. K. P. club of which she was
formerly a member.
Present in compliment to Mrs.
Nelson were Mr. Nelson, Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Itaffety, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Harms, Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Pickens, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bille
ter, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.-Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sisson, Mr.
and Mrs. K. H. Pickens, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Roen, Mr. an I Mrs.
Ed BIngenheimer, Mrs. Katherine
MIddleton, and Mr. and Mrs. Tay
lor. Mrs. C. A. Park who has been
HI for the past four weeks will
a?ain receive her bible study class
ft her home on Chemeketa street
Tuesday at 2 o'clock. The class
I as not been meeting during her
riness.
SOCIAL CALENDAR
Friday, January it
Tint Spiritualist church hold circle at residence of
George Stoddard, 1420 North Fourth street, o'clock.
Ray Conway to talk and show pictures concern
ing Mt. Hood at T. if. C. A. lobby program, t o'eloek.
Public invited.
Women's Missionary society of First Baptist ehureh.
with Mrs. Theodore Roth, 925 D street, 2 o'clock.
Women of Salem Dakota elub with Mrs. V. . I.
Cochran, 508 North 19th street.
Sewing club of Business and Professional Women
with Miss Juana Holmes, 07 .North Commercial street;
potluck supper, S:30 o'clock; each bring own table
service.
Three Links elub in I. O. O. F. hall, 2:30 o'clock:
members asked to bring guests if they choose.
Dane sponsored by maids of St. Vincent de Paul's.
Wisteria club dance at Castilllan hall.
Neighbors of Woodcraft, open installation, 8:00
o'clock in Fraternal temple.
Installation of Daughters of Union Veterans of the
Civil War, Women's "clubhouse, 8 o'clock.
Sunday, January 15
District conference of B. & P. W. club at Mon
mouth; those planning to attend make reservations with
Miss Julia K. Webster, phone 4500.
Dessert Luncheon
Attractive Event
An attractive affair in club cir
cles Wednesday was the dessert
luncheon for which Mrs. George
Hug and Mrs. T. T. MacKensle
were hostesses at the Marlon ho
tel. The afternoon hours following
luncheon were spent playing con
tract and winning scores were
held by Mrs. Fred Stump and Mrs.
Earl Cooley.
Special guests for the afternoon
in addition to club members were
Mrs. Fred Stump, Mrs. Romeo
Goulet, Mrs. L. F. Allen of Wal
lowa, and Mrs. Lyle Bartholomew.
Miss Helen Richardson was
hostess at her home Tuesday
evening for the initiation service
of the Encinitis club. Those who
were taken into membership in
the ceremony included Harriet
Stlmmel, Agnes Emmel, Lenore
Naegali, Marie Shindler and Hil
da Johannson.
fiaaairtt Sfoorp Salle
Cimtt:EG3isaes...2 .
Ladies who have taken advantage of our
wonderful values during the past two
weeks have all commented "How do you
do it?"
We Are Still Doing It.'
Dresses to
Dresses to
Dresses to
Dresses to
Dresses to
Wt have only a few
them all way down -mer
price!
$4.95 now $1.95
$7.85 now $2.95
$9.85 now $3.95
$12.95 now $5.95
$19.7S now $9.85
coats left but we have marked
some as low as H their for-'
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
AT THE
115 N. Liberty Salem
War Mothers Plan
Social Meeting
The regular social meeting of
the American War Mothers will
bo enjoyed Tnesday afternoon at
the American Lutheran church.
The members are urged to bo
present for this meeting and each
is asked to bring thimbles and
needles.
Mrs. Judith Doock Is chairman
of the social committee and is
being assisted by Mrs. Maria Wil
cox, Mrs. Luella Legge, Mrs. So
phia Keene, Mrs. Bertha Viesko.
Mrs. Jennie Vincent, Mrs. Mettle
Schramm and Mrs. Matilda Nadon.
Card Club is
Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hoffnell en
tertained Thursday evening with
a dinner party at their country
home complimenting members of
their bridge club.
Covers were placed for Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs.
M. P. Adams, Judge and Mrs.
George Rossman, Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Flack, Mr. and Mrs. David
Wright, and Mr. and Mrs. Hoff
nell. Bridge followed the dinner
hour.
Miss Bernlce Tureman was host
ess to a group of intimate friends
at her home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Charles Taylor and Mrs. Da
vis Leininger assisted at the late
supper hour. Mrs. Floyd McCar
roll and Mrs. Margaret Bjelland
held winning scores foe the even
ing of cards.
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Last Day
Tina Permanmtt A
For the Price of One
Bring a friend get your
permanent wave for
HALF THE REGULAR PRICE
(This special for short
bobbed hair only.)
MILLER'S
Beauty Shop
Emma Kalke Haley, Mgr.
Tel. 7958
Over Miller's
1S.ILKIISIR IE (SOT IF
171 South Commercial St
Phone 7536
Take item for item and you can save money when you buy from us
nunareas oi people nav e learned that ract
Purex, quarts .......
Bleacher and water softener
Salad Oil, quart ........ "fln
100 Vegetable SWW
Wason's Table Syrup, quart .
Pt. Jug 18c
Pineapple, 2V2 size, 2 cans . .
8 Slightly Broken Slices
Asparagus, white, 16 oz. can .
mis is undoubtedly the biggest value offered any place
Rajah Coffee, pound
I; HOLLOWI DATES, 2 pound for ......
SNOWFLAKE SOnAS 5Ltk 1W
HONEY MAID GRAHAMS, 2-lb' boi"
Jell Powder, 314 oz. package
2G
-25c
18c
. .18c
...15c
eeeeMWV
25c
TP
Moat any flavor you will aat and at le Is economical as 4 fiellcloaa
Ferry Gardes and flower seeds tare arrived Seems little early - bat they are here and
aew low prices on erery package! . j
Namco Baby Clams
mm C4U1S -
Cookies
ChocolaU-Mound or
v Pound wC
A Real Treat Try 1 Powad-
TOMATOES, Utah solid pack, large can 'M...10c
ECONOMY-WHITE SOAP, a giant for, size, 10 bars ;.49c
N. : W. Prttchard Ja Lot JUfslss.
Gnests , Included Kiss Frances
Welch; lursV? L I JLamaa; Mm
Rath : Jaoora,? Miss s Tnelma
Youa. Miss Aries Bayae, Mrs.
Theliaa Wood,- Miss Mrs JLauler,
Mlsp ,'Nlipaa t Palmarton. Miss
Marcarst LiTtiler. Mia Xthsl
Bolller, Gretehsa RIn chart, Mrs.
Staaley Waters and Xtaal LtTes-
ley. ;A4dluoBsi out oz towa
guests were Mrs. Elmer Sehoea
et Corrallls aad .Mrs. .Bath
Bearoedsr of Albany.
Appointments
Are Announced
Committee appointments for
the new year were made at . the
Wednesday afternoon meeting- of
the Ladles Guild of the American
Lutheran church. Chairmen are:
Mrs. J. A. Sholseth. social; Mrs.
L. Rudle. pastor's aid; Mrs. R. C.
Arpke, Mission box; Mrs. C. H.
Glenn, mission study; Mrs. R. A.
Horn, serrlce.
About 0 women attended the
meeting, which was featured by
installation of the new officers,
who are: president, Mrs. William
Hagedorn; first rice-president,
Mrs. J. A. Sholseth; sceond Tice
president, Mrs. Herman Tasto;
secretary, Mrs. Elton H. Thomp
son; treasurer, Mrs. Carl Bahl
burg; financial secretary, Mrs.
M. M. Trindle.
Miss Ruth Bedford sang "Open
the Gates", with Miss Watanabe
accompanying.
Reports of the past year's work
showed considerable accomplish
ment, including addition of 16
members and nearly $500 to the
Guild's treasury.
Delegates Named
For National Meet
Mrs. W. H. Byrd attended the
Wednesday meeting of the Daugh
ters of Patriots and Founders
which met at the home of Mrs.
John O'Donnell In Portland.
Delegates were elected to the
national council which will he
held in Washington, D. C, the
week of April It following the
regular conrention of the Daugh
ters of the American Rerolution.
Mrs. Byrd was elected as one of
the delegates and others include
Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Mrs. Her
bert Hale, Mrs. James Huddleson.
Mrs. Ray Stearns and Mrs. John
O'Donnell.
The next meeting of the group !
wni t neia in March and will be
a no-host luncheon in Portland.
At this time officers will be
elected.
Mrs. Theodore Roth will enter
tain members of the Women's
Missionary society at her home
this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs.
E. A. McAdams Is to be the leader
of the lesson hour. Mrs. J. W.
Cabeen will lead devotions and
there will be special music. Host
esses for the afternoon to assist
Mrs. Roth will Include Mrs. Ar
thur Harmes, Mrs. Mark Skiff,
Mrs. Manrln Roth and Mrs. Er
nest Peterson.
Members of Barhar. irreitchio
CiTll War, are anticipating the
installation el officers, a public
ceremony, at the Salem Women's
ciuonouse Friaay night at 8
o'clock. Mrs. Anna Warren will
be installing officer.
!
Mi Marlnn 7lncr antartitn. !
ed a group of friends informal
ly at "Hilarity House," with an
evening of bridge and music last
Monday. Miss Zlnser Is leaving
Salem next week to visit a few
weeks in Portland after which
she plans to spend the rest of
the winter with her sister, Mrs.
THE BEST
tmtWxtoo
5
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13? S. Oonmerclal TeL 4010
FOR LESS
SPUDS
Yakima Netted Gems
50 Pounds
Nebraska
CORN MEAL
White or Yellow
33c
Pound Sack
15c
10
Fine Granulated
SUGAR
Pounds ...
38c
Crystal White
SOAP
10
Cakes
21c
IK
Md-BSfc
H ICHEST QUALITY
1 pound 30c; 3 pounds
85c
White Star Tuna
li lb size 2 for 19c
y2 lb. size 2 for 29c
"TEAM MATES"
SEOVCniFT
MfWkUlitiilk
' 69c
Wesson Oil,
quart cans OsC
Crown Best
Patent Flour
Hard Wheat
49' Sack $1.09
Toilet Tissue
1000 Sheet
3 Rons 10c
Palmolive Soap
High Grade
5 Cakes 21 C
Carnation Milk
Tail Cans
6 For 27c
Kitchen Queen
Crown Product Hard
Wheat
49'
Sack
66c
We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities
CAS1HI GIKIOCEEY
1S7 So. Coml St Phone 4010
IBBSSSaBBSBSSBBsl
Kerr Products
Flour
White Eagle
49 n. ba, 69c
GRAHAM
Fine Coarse
No. 10 bay.... 25c
ROLLED OATS
9 lb. bay 25c
Hot Cake Flour
No. 10 bag 35c
Cracked Wheat
Fast Cooking
9 lb. bar 39c
FARINA
No. 10 bar 39c
Saturday Only
BREAD
. , -
Saturday Only
fuS lb. Loaf
6 for
2S
Lb.
Butter
-20c
Raisins
4n. big: :17c
294 N. Com'L
CASH
STORES
Phone 3527
Sail.
Spuds, 50 lb. bags . . 35c
Lard, 4 lbs . . . . 2fi
Hone HmnArmA W
25c
10c
29c
27c
49c
Shortening, 4 lbs . .
Cleanser, 3 for . .
Crystal Warts
Soap Chips, 5 lb pk'g
urjsiai wane
Cheese, 2 lbs . . .
Brookfleld
Noodles, 5 lb pkg . .
Chinese
Tomatoes, 214s, 3 for . 2C
Matches, carton . . . . 23c
(squill) ie
iUtfi iKS)? (ifUti
mm
it
mm
85c
Tree Tea
Vi Green
Beans, 10 lbs . . . . 9Ra
Lars Waits HWU
Rice; broken, lOlbs r. . USs
File!
Ton can walk la our market and boy joxxr meat sup
ply for less tkaa tbt eat packers art selling their
meats at wholesale.
Inexpensive SdMjmg
Ham
suar cared
12c
Breakfast Bacon, in
our best bacon 1C
Sugar cored
Pore lard, our Of
own make, 4 lbs.
Bacon Q
Backs O
Bacon
3quares
Ud 10c
5c
We make all oar Hams and Bacon here at oar market.
They are sugar cured and smoked with oak wood. No
better at any price.
Pork to Roast 7 and 8c
Pork Hocks 5c
Back Bones 3c
Pi Feet 2c-
Pure Pork Sausage .r. 10c
We never use any but the very best pork
Hamburger 8 and 10c
No water no extra suet no cereal
Beef to Roast 8c
Beef to Boil 6c
Prime Rib Roll 13c
Loin Steak 10c
For the quality of beef we handle, these prices are
very low.
1
Veal r I Lamb r
Stew DC I Stew DC
Where a Dollar Does its Duty
173 S. Commercial St. Phone 8757
We close at 8 p. m. Saturday
DRUGS
Prescriptions
Sundries
Fountain
Remedies
Toiletries
The Original Yellow Front Drug and Caady Store of Salem
135 N. Commercial St. Phone 5197
When You Think Drugs, Think Schaefefs
For Friday and Saturday
We reserve the right to limit quantities. None to dealer.
SCHAEFER'S HOME REMEDIES
BE WISE AND SCHAEFERIZE
To Stop Pain
Instantly
Dissolve
Corns
Try Schaefer Corn
Remedy. Sold the Schae
f ew way, no cure, no pay
25
C a bottle
We Save You Money!
We want your trade
Stop that cough or it
may stop you
Schaefer's Throat
and Lung Balsam
will stop it or money
will be refunded
50c a $1.00
Sold the Schaefer War
No cure, ao pay
Nasal-eze
with Ephedrine
For head colds, nose and
throat irritations. Also
for watering of the eyes,
common to Hay fever,
sold the Schaefer way,
no relief, no pay.
50c
Breaks Colds in a
Schaefer's
Cold
Tablets
Sold the Schaefer way
no cure, no pay .
25c and 50c
Schaefer's
Mentho Goose
Grease
for colds oa caait
A large part of the ralue of
Mentho Goose Greaxe Ilea la
Its Vaporizing taalltlea.
Made aad told ty Schaefer
the Schaefer Way, ao care,
bo pay.
50c
the jar
8 Ounces Schaefer's
Extract of
Vanilla
39c
Rubber Sponges
Regular 25c
10c 25c
LfmttS
Palmolive
Shampoo
21c
MMTT ONE
25o
Colgate Tooth
Paste
3 for 50c
- : 25c ;
Listerine Tooth
.Paste
: 3 for 50c
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