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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem;' Oregon Thnrsday Morning; February U, 1933
and Club Affairs
Olive M. D(UK, Society Editor
i4rt : Exhibit
The art exhibit of local artists
which Is now lu progress at the
Y.M.C.A. Is one of many surprises
and highly commendable. The ex
hibit Is open -to the public be
tween the hours of 2:30 and 6;30
o'clock In the afternoon and from
1 to 9:30 in the evening.
Mrs. Paul B. Wallace and Mrs.
Victor Griggs will be hostesses on
duty this afternoon and Mrs.
George Alden and Miss Mlrpah
Blair will be hostesses for the eve
ning. Mrs. G. C. Blrtcbett and
Mrs. George Swift .were hostesses
for the opening afternoon Wed
The display Includes:
Ralph Gilbert Landscapes and
one marine, Hazel Green Park,
Snow Landscape, Trail to La
Brlshe, Fir Interior. Pastures of
St. Paul. Fern Opening. Pacific at
Kelseott, Sunset, Hazel Green
Honrs, Yellow Fir, Pieced Hills,
Fir Timberland, Road to the Mine.
Jarvts Cutsforth of Gervals
Still life, two screens and beau
tiful studies of flowers.
Mary Elizabeth Kells (repro
ductions) Wild Birds Rising
From the Marshes, Marine, The
Harp of the Winds.
Peter J. Rennlngs Marines.
Coast of California, Coast of Ham-ait.
Rev. Bernard GelaeT Four
landscapes and one portrait.
Monroe Gilbert The Pioneers.
Miss Emily Cromley Portrait
studies Freckles, The Highland
er. A Lady Knitting, The Girl in
Mrs. C. A. Kells Digging
Clams at Low Tide, High Tide,
Surf on the Rocks, The Passing
of Winter. The Rug Mender, Mt.
Adams from Bird Creek Meadows,
Zinnias, Road in Arabia; repro
ductions by Mrs. Kells, Raphael,
Golden Haired Madonna; Millets,
Gleaners and Angelus; Study of
Sheep Sunlight on the Meadows
Miss Constance Fowler Seven
Mrs. Anna M. Junk Still life,
Strawberries, Fruit, Metals; and
Henry Jacquet Two marines.
Crater Lake. Columbia Highway
Sam Rich, Mt. Hood; still life,
H. M. Shubert Five reproduc
Mrs. Dennis Landry Four wa
ter color sketches.
Dinner and Dancing
A smart formal affair is being
nlanned by a group of debutan
tes of Salem for Saturday night in
the Silver Grill of the Gray Belle.
Covers will be placed for about
25 for a formal banquet.
Following the banquet hour es
corts will Join the young maids
and dancing will be enjoyed. The
dancing party will Include about
Thursday, February 16
O. N, S. elub with Miss Lois Reed and Miss Grace
Geibel, at 725 North Capitol street.
Hayesville Women's clpb with Mrs. Claude Tal
ma ge, front-2 to 4 o'clock.
Chapter G. of P. E. O. sisterhood, with Mrs. W. M.
Smith, 1485 Center street; dessert luncheon.
Liberty Women's club with Mrs. Oscar Dencer;
scholarship loan entertainment.
Valentine "kids" party for members of Junior Ar
tisans over 12 years of age; Fraternal temple, 8 o'clock;
dancing and refreshments; all come dressed in costume.
Meeting of state art museum committee with wom
en of legislative" group in lounge room of new state
office building, 4:30 o'clock.
Friday, February 17
North Salem W. C. T. U. institute, Free Methodist
church, corner of Market and Winter street; 1:30 to 4
o'clock; Fiances Willard program; 7:30 o'clock, ma
tron's silver medal contest.
Annual international program In lobby of Y. M. C. A.
building; 15 nationalities represented; program open to
Hal Hlbbard Auxiliary, 2 o'clock at home of Mrs.
John Seymour, 1425 North Winter street.
Women's Alliance of Unitarian church, one o'clock
luncheon in Emerson room; Mrs. J. Vinton Scott will
speak following luncheon hour on subject of China.
Women's Society of Calvary Baptist church, 2:30
o'clock with Mrs. W. F. Foster, 1045 North Fifth street.
Thimble club of Neighbors of Woodcraft, card par
ty, 2 o'clock in Fraternal temple.
Saturday, February 18
American Association of University Women, regular
one o'clock luncheon at Masonic hall; Dr. Carl Gregg
Doney to be speaker.
Lausanne Hall open house between hours of 8 and
Sedgwick chapter of Woman's Relief Corps at Mil
ler's hall, 2 o'clock.
A delightful affair of Wednes
day afternoon was the surprise
party for which a group of popu
lar matrons were hostesses at the
home of Mrs. E. T. Pierce, com
plimenting her house guests, her
mother. Mrs. Becke, and her aunt,
Mrs. Lou Erbsland, both of Au
Mothers accompanied the
young matrons and the arrival of
the guests was a complete surprise
to the honor guests. The after
noon was spent informally.
Calling were Mrs. Don Young
and her mother, Mrs. Van Deland
er; Mrs. Ronald Jones and Mrs
Bailey, Mrs. Paul Hendricks and
Mrs. R. J. Hendricks. Mrs. T. A.
Roberts and Mrs. E. V. McMechan
with their mother, Mrs. W. E. De-
Long; Mrs. D. B. Hill and Mrs.
Jones. Mrs. Karl Becke. Mrs. H.
O. Maison, Mrs. W. F. Poorman,
Mrs. Walter Kirk, Mrs. R. L. Ed
wards, Mrs. Prince Byrd, Mrs.
William Mott and Mrs. E. T.
Miss Barbara Pierce and Miss
Charlotte Hill assisted in serving
at the tea hour.
lone C. Bertram
St. Valentine Bride
Stay ton. Don D. Gode, son of
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Goode of Stay-
ton, and lone C. Bertram, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bertram of
Mill City were united in marriage
on Valentine's day at 4 p. m. at
tbe home of the bride. The beau
tiful ring ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. W. H. Lyman, In the
presence of Immediate relatives.
All during the ceremony Mrs. Nina
Wadsworth Kahler played a soft
accompaniment on the piano.
The bride was charming In a
gown of peach chiffon, and her
lovely arm bouquet was of calla
lilies. Her attendant. Miss Mary
Bertram of CorvalHs, a cousin,
wore a dainty blue net and carried
Dink and white carnations. The
groom was attended by Henry M1U
ler of Stayton.
Bouquets of red carnations
were used about the home in keep
In with Valentine's day. and a
buffet lunch was served by Mrs
Watcher of Mill City, a long-time
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Bertram and Mr. and Mrs.
Goode. parents of the couple, Miss
Betty Goode, Mrs. W. Swift, D. M. J
Dryden of Woodburn, Mr. and
Mrs. William Bertram of Corval
lis, Miss Beulah and Norval Ed
wards of Salem, and the wedding
Following the ceremony the
newlyweds left for a short honey
moon trip. They will reside here.
Stayton. One of the most
charming parties of the season
was the Valentine party .given
Tuesday night by the Misses Jean
Ficklin and Blrdeen Yoeman at
the banquet room of the Gem cafe.
Five tables of bridge were In
play, high score going to Leonard
Berg and consolation to Herman
Darley. Later the young people
danced to radio music.
Guests Included Misses Ada
Keyes, Germain and Gertrude
Smith, Beulah and oiaays wea
dle. Hazel Murnhy. Betty Pendle
ton and Jean Inglis, and Wilbur
Leslev. Maurice and Darrel Shel-
ton, Buddie Bean, Harold Pendle
ton. Fernando Bmitn, Herman
Darley. Milton Bell, Leonard
Berg and Allan Inglis.
Miss ' White- Sets
March 19 for
Miss Dorothy White has set the
date for her wedding to George
Elmer Emigh, Jr., for March 19.
The announcement of Miss White's
engagement was made recently by
her parents. Major General and
Mrs. George A. White.
Many social affairs are being
arranged for the popular maid.
Among these are Included the af
ternoon for which Miss Margaret
Drager and Miss Henrlette Whitoe
were hostesses Tuesday afternoon
at the Drager home.
Miss Josephine Cornoyer will
entertain with a dessert luncheon
at the Cornoyer home Saturday
afternoon and this will be follow
ed by bridge at seven tables In
compliment to Miss White.
Mrs. Wallace Carson will enter
tain In the near fnture and Mrs.
Frank Shafer and Mrs. Homer
Smith, Jr., will entertain with a
candlelight tea and shower for
Miss White soon.
St Valentine Affair
A gay St. Valentine party was
that for which students of Miss
Alta Eastham Travis entertained
at the Travis studio of the dance
About 30 guests were enter
tained. Dancing was enjoyed in
gayly decorated guest rooms. Re
freshments were served at a late
hour under the direction of Mrs
PLAY IS THURSDAY
GRAND ISLAND, Feb. 15
The Improvement elub will pre
sent Its annual play at the school-
bouse Saturday night February
18. The play. "All a Mistake" Is
a three-act mystery comedy full
of many laughable complications.
The cast includes Harold Tom-
kins, Alvln Rockhill, Douglas An
derson, Dick Rockhill, Lucille
Fisher, Belle Rockhill. Agnes
Tomkins and Mildred Smith.
As soon as the freezing weather
subsides sufficiently to permit the
laying of a concrete foundation.
work will be started in the con
struction of a new 20-40 foot
green house on the Worth Wiley
farm. It Is expected to have the
greenhouse in readiness for spring
use. Charles Sergeant, contractor,
of the Hopewell district, will have
The Duff evangelistic party
who bave been holding a series
of meetings for the past two and
one-half weeks at the Unlonvale
Evangelistic church drew their
meetings to a close Sunday night
Health Exams For
Finished For Year
WOODBURN. Feb. IE A
health clinic was held Tuesday for
about 35 school children from St.
Benedicts, Belle Pass! and a num
ber from the West Woodburn
school; also some from the Lin
coln and Washington school.
This clinic finished the exam
inations for the school children.
Dr. Gerald Smith was the exam
ining physician and was assisted
by Miss Lindes, school nurse. Mrs.
Elburn Sims, and Mrs. Hiram Overton.
I.vnn flmBomlllcr and Mm ITInc
Mrs. J. R. Pemberton Bartlett who acted as hostesses
Mrs. J. Ray Pemberton enter
tained at her home Wednesday
evening for members of the Gold
en Hour club and their husbands.
A "Jig saw" puzzle contest fur
nished the amusement for the
evening and proved an Intriguing
affair. Mrs. W. H. Bretz, Mrs. A.
A. Siewert and Mrs. B. E. SIsson
assisted Mrs Pemberton.
Present were Mr. and Mrs.
Carle Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Ma
son Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Bretz, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hewitt,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Millard, Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Sisson, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Siewert, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. John
Carkin, Mr. and Mrs. William
Schultz, and Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Spring and Dr. and Mrs. Pemberton.
New Past Presidents
Past presidents of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars Auxiliary met at
the home of Mrs. Bryan Conley
Tuesday afternoon and organized
a "past president s club .
Mrs. Onas. Olson was elected
president, and Mrs. Bryan H. Con
ley, secretary treasurer. The
group will meet again Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs
Roy Remington to sew and com
plete organization plans.
Members of the group lnclud
Mrs. Carle Abrams, Mrs. Onas 01
son, Mrs. Ben Woelke, Mrs. Bryan
H. Conley, Mrs. William H. Rush
and Mrs. Roy Remington.
Mrs. D. A. Hodge, Mrs. Frank
Erickson, Mrs. J. C. Dalk, Mrs
Roy Mills and Mrs. George Alex
ander acted as hostesses to mem
bers of the Beta Chi Mothers club
at the sorority home Tuesday eve
ning. Miss Carolyn Parker, Miss
Josephine Albert and Miss Eliza
beth Bolin presented a musical
program. A valentine idea was Msy Hoss who with their mother.
Miss Cecelia Mlelke entertained
In delightful manner members of
the Encinitls club Tuesday night
when the group met for its reg
ular dinner session. Miss Mlelke
told of her European travels with
especial reference to Sweden and
Germany. Plans were discussed
for attending the coming Seattle
convention. Miss Dorothy Travis,
and Miss Frances Nelson of Sil
v6Tton were special guests.
Among the younger generation
to observe the festivities of St.
Valentine was John and Laura
used for the decorative motif and
the same Idea was tarried out in
the late supper menu. Present
were Mrs J Robert Aiken, Mrs. B.
E. Parker, Mrs. Frank Power,
Mrs. R. Savage, Mrs. R. Craig,
Mrs. Hal Hoss. were hosts to
about 18 of their small friends at
the Hoss home Saturday after
noon. Games were enjoyed and af
ter an amusing contest Ann Hus
ton was the winner for accuracy
Ms. Arthur Upton, Mrs. I. Was- in pinning the tail to the donkey,
By ANNE ADAMS
You'll walk as sprightly as the
fair lady sketched, when you wear
this stunning frock. It boasts such
charming simplicity . . . the soft
cowl neckline, drop shoulders to
which are Joined very tricky new
sleeves, and slimming skirt seam-
The Ecclesia dub enjoyed a
Valentine party Tuesday evening
at tbe borne of Miss Flora Turn
bull with Miss Ann Heisler, Miss
Ruth Cole, Miss Edna McElhaney
and Miss Turnbull, joint hostess
es. After a pleasantly Informal
social evening refreshments were
served and a feature of this hour
was the lighted birthday cake
served in compliment to Miss Mc
Elhaney. Mrs. Holdegard Ross of
Portland and Mrs. Ola Hughes
were special guests.
A dancing party and St. Valen
tine's "kid" party will be the Jol
ly entertainment set aside for the
Junior Artisans tonight at rra
ternal temple. All juniors over 12
years of age and friends over the
same age are attending and each
is asked to dress as a small child.
The amusement of the costumes
will add much fun to the even
ing's program. Refreshments will
be served at a late hour. The par
ty will begin at 8 o'clock.
Thursday evening the Young
sam, Mrs. Cation, Mrs. Hugh Fish
er, Mrs. O. O. Emmons, Mrs. W.
A. Marshall, Mrs. George Elliot,
Mrs. Norine Fick, Mrs. Arthur
Gfbbard and the hostesses.
A delightful evening was en
Joyed by the Sons of Union Vet
erans and its auxiliary Tuesday
night at the Women's clubhouse.
The use of many red hearts in
festoons about the rooms and
lighted red tapers carried out the
Valentine idea for the party. Com
rade Mercer gave an interesting
talk concerning Abraham Lincoln
whom he knew as president. The
committee on arrangements was
Mrs. Mettle Schramm, Mrs. L. C.
McShane, Mrs. U. G. Boyer. Mrs.
Lulu Boring. Mrs. Mary Llckel,
Mrs. Rose Riley, Mrs. Margaret
Fessendon and Mrs. Esther Krue
ger. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gwynn cel
ebrated their birthdays at their
home Tuesday night by being sur
prised by a group of friends from
Salem and out of town. Present
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert New-
burgh of Portland, G. N. Davis of
Mrs. Ella Lantz, grandmother of
the small hosts, assisted at the
The Coterie club met with
Helen Fletcher on Thursday ev
ening. Prizes were won by Edith
Starrett and Mildred Sam nelson,
Bva Beatty was guest of the ev
ening. Dainty refreshments were
served at the close of the even
ing. Members present were Fran
ces Graham, Isabel Bartlett, Ma
rie Westhoff, Mabel Dotson. Ed
ith Starrett, Mildred Samuelson
and the hostess.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney
entertained at dinner Wednesday
night In compliment to Mr. and
Mrs. T. D. Yarns, Prof, and Mrs.
Charles Sherman and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Aiken.
Among those observed having
dinner together at the Marion ho
tel Tuesday night were Represen
tative and Mrs. F. W. Packwood,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Shy" Hunt
ington of Eugene, and D. F. Taft.
Thimble club of Neighbors of
Davis Pybern, Jean Bartlott,
and Jimmie Garnjobst acted as
tbe decorating committee.
Mrs. John Lewis
Mrs. John Lewis entertained at
the Spa Tuesday afternoon in
compliment to a group of visiting
Covers were placed at a prettily
appointed St. Valentine luncheon
table for Mrs. W. O. Feenaughty,
Mrs. Arthur Crook ham, Mrs. Lu
ther T. Nelson, Mrs. H. C. Jor
dan, Mrs. James F. Glnnane, Mrs.
F. H. Brundage, Mrs. John R.
Steagall, Mrs. Vera Elliott and for
The State Art Museum commit
tee will meet with women of the
legislative group in a 4:30 o'clock
session in the lounge room of the
new state building Thursday aft
ernoon. At thlg time plans will
be discussed for the welfare and
development of Oregon's art.
Mrs. Homer Smith entertained
the Town and Country club at her
home Wednesday afternoon.
Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock
and cards followed. At the tea
hour a pretty gift was presented
to Miss Dorothy White, bride elect
whose marriage will be an Im
portant event of March 19.
An attractive glass shower was
given for Mrs. Albert E. Bayne,
nee Nina Magglnl at the home of
Miss Hazel D. Phlllippi Tuesday
evening.' Bridge was in play for
several hours and a host of at
tractive presents were given Mrs.
Bayne proceeding the late supper
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phillips en
tertained at dinner preceding the
Monday Night Dancing club dance
for Dr. and Mrs. Orover C. Bel
linger, Senator and Mrs. L. F. Al
lan, and Dr. and Mrs. Phil New
eyer. Members of the Salem Zonta
elub will be special guests of
Miss Helen Yoekey Thursday ev
ening, Mrs. La Verne Winkler will
be assisting hostess.
Artisans will entertain with a
potluck supper at the Fraternal
temple at 6:30 o'clock tonight
O. A. Hatton will be speaker for
the after dinner meeting.
Miss Florence Coffin of Port
land will be the weekend guest of
Mrs. J. Ray Pemberton. She will
Allen Home Scene
Of Farewell Party
For Gladwyn Hamre
SILVERTON. Feb. 15 Mr.
and Mrs. Gladwyn P. Hamre were
honored at a party given Monday
night at the Dewey Allen home at
North Water street Members of
the American Legion auxiliary
were the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamre, together
with Mrs. Hamre's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Conrad are leaving
shortly for the south where they
are going in an endeavor to im
prove Mr. Hamre's health. They
will be gone for several months.
During their absence Dr. and Mrs.
H. E. Johnson will occupy the
4-H Livestock Club
Has Variety Animals
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 15
The 4-H livestock club which
functioned last year has recently
been reorganized. Glenn South
wlek, former leader is again in
charge. Members enrolled are
Wilson Clarke, president; Paul
Doran, vice president; John Dor-
an. secretary-treasurer; Ammon
Adams. Billy Busch, Jimmy
Smart, Harland England, Roy
Tansey and Vernon Prlller. A va
riety of animal life is represented
including chickens, rabbits, calves
TEACHER FOR SC10
SCIO. Feb. 14 Mrs. Jane
Papke, teacher In the Sclo school.
became tbe bride of Vilas Bllyeu,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bllyeu
of Sdo, Saturday at Vancouver,
Wash. Mrs. BUyeu's home Is at
Philomath and this Is her second
year of teaching in Sclo.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darby are
the parents of a pound baby,
daughter born Sunday morning,
Work on the new home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Densmore Jr., is
progressing rapidly and it is ex
pected that It will be ready for
The V. F. W. Auxiliary held a
benefit card party at the local
hall Monday night.
PUPILS PROTECT LAWN
INDEPENDENCE, Feb. 15
The Independence Training school
is staging a "Keep Oft the Lawn"
drive. Much Interest and activity
is being developed throughout the
building. The halls have been dec
orated with attractive and origin
al posters made by the eighth
San Francisco, Mrs. Clyde Rice of Woodcraft will be hostess for a
? St' .Vv .nvJ Ladies' Sodality of the St, Vin
ing. wtu iotb 11. fnt Am Panl xuirlah will ntertain
with a novel Valentine dance In
Portland, William Gwynn, Del-
mar Gwynn, Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Gwynn, Patsy Jeanne Gwynn, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Gwynn, Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Adams, Mrs. J. L. Bu
sick, Mrs. L. D. Simmons.
Mrs. J. T. Whittig was hostess
to members of the Round Up club
this past week. Luncheon was en
joyed at Mrs. Godfrey's and fol
lowing this the group returned to
the home of Mrs. Whittig and
played bridge. Mrs. Max Buren
held high score for the afternoon.
Mrs. R. P. Boise was a special
Airs. Florence tsnipp entertain- ,s
ed with a pretty St. Valentine par- OCUllMTQS
ly at ner nome xuesaay aiiernooa
complimenting members of the
Past Presidents club. Mrs. Dessie
Eberhard and Mrs. Cordelia La-
Bare were special guests for the
afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Peterson
card benefit Friday afternoon at
Fraternal temple. Cards will be
in play at 2 o'clock.
Miss Ruth Dake entertained for
members of the J. U. O. elub at
her home Monday evening. Miss
Bva Goff assisted. St. Valentine
set the decorative note.
Vicks new Antiseptic does
-ill- . it anrinr nrint. So I . . uo v ."" every UUllK www B"5"
Li. with a novel valentine aanee in nour. v. , j
very easy to make, too! i th . h h . I or mouth-wasn can ana
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a mi TV ma a iii sia IK S Agnes MOisan, cnairman, as- are occupying iuo u.me ui .
'ML a I M i'n?h fab- Ite y Mlsa Anela Mer. Miss George Rodgers during the legls- VJ
IJffatJaH :X3lt Weber and Mis. Florence latlve .ession. Mrs. Rodger, is
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iDBurnciiwus u " honoring the committee will be land during tne session
pattern. Mr fsi Swinr mnO. Mr.
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(eoiat prfrrI), for thii pUern.
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nodal for ovary aprinf
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sow U ho enis at vary hoot of
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also waatod. Boad for tho saw
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of doliratfal jaalor sad kiddia
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Catalog and patUra tofatkar S5
nit. Addmo all sail ordara to
Btatooau Pattara Dopaxtiaoat.
: as Waat Hta atnot. Saw
and Mrs. Philip Varley.
The second meeting of the Ro
tary women whose organization
was effected in January at tne
home of Mrs. William McG 11 Ch
rist, Jr. will be an event of Feb
ruary 20 at the Marion hotel, this
will be a luncheon meeting and at
that time officers will be elected
and plans will be made for the
coming year's activities.
Mrs. T. 0. Taft of Portland
will be the weekend guest or
Mrs. F. W. Packwood. Mrs. Taft
is Mrs. Packwood's mother.
I ABOUT TOUR BYES
De swi neglect yewr eyes te
e se easses headache
lieeomfort. Our optical
lee Is ready to
use. To furnish
oroof . S million ootues m a spe-
niaj trial mimm were eunnXled to drug-
gists below eott. But the tlemarxl
Das been enormous.
Xt your druggist is already out, get
the regular 10-ounce slse ... a
78o value tor only S&e. tjae it on
week. It you are not delighted wtth
Its quality . . . and amaatng economy
. . . return unused portion to yow
druggist and get your jaoney hack-
BY MAKERS OP VICKS VAPORUl
We just cant seem to
get enough of these new
washable crepe dresses
in the spring prints.
Todays ihipment now
gives us a full range of
sizes 14 to 44 and only
Silk crepes in the solid pas
tel shades too, they have the
tiny puffed sleeves and nov
elty belts. Tes the same,
Rye Not Damaged
By Freeze; Berry
Loss Said Heavy
MEHAMA, Feb. 15 The
farmers In this locality have
started reseeding and have to re
seed everything but rye. The real
cold night last week damaged the
berries in this locality to a greater
extent than the December ireeze.
There will be logan and raspber
ries for replanting but the straw
berry nlants will be very scarce.
Th Willin Workers have two
more orders from California for
quilts. Last week they finished a
nullt that brought $10. Besides
thtkaa rnih orders they have 15
quilts on hand to be qulltea.
For Dog Owners
Income on doe licenses in Mar
ion county is gradually creeping
up, which It must do if dog own
ers don't want to be caught short
when the deadline on penalty-free
licenses comes next month. Re
ceipts Tuesday totaled $70, a
five dollar increase over Satur
day . To date, 534 licenses nave
been issued by tne county ciera.
VALENTINE PARTY ENJOYED
ROCKY POINT, Feb. 15 A
Valentine party was held at the
school Tuesday afternoon, with an
exchange of sentiments. The
tAAfccer and nunlls are planning
to rehearse tor a program to be
given on George Washington's
Mrs. Max Buren entertained for
members of the Leisure club at
her home Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Beveridge assisted as Joint
Mrs. Hal D. Patton has as her
house guest ber sister, Mrs. Oscar
Hatton of Portland.
Mrs. Harold Hauk entertained
Informally for a small group of
friends Tuesday night.
The Blouse Store of Salem
Over 500 New Blouses to choose from, in
Plaids, Stripes, Figures, Checks, Dotted
Voiles, White and Pastel Crepes, and
See Them in Our Windows
THE STORE FOR LADIES
i I&alTioeal I?i?neG
B Everybody's Saving
j lie Simple Truth
BThe inspiration to describe value must come out of tbe mer--hjftrtlA.
not oat of tbe mdvertislax writer's head. There Is ad
vertising that is smart and more that la 'smart Alec" Win yow
forgive our not attempting to ho either? We have ava honest
story to tell about honest baying opportunities . . . and we
get that message to yon in the simplest common-sense way.
Just Look at the Prices and Come
Lady PeppereU Bed Sheets,
best quality, QQ
else 81Ott OJC
Bine Navy An Wool Term
Shirts, frl OQ
specially priced .. ajUoJJ
Boys' Polo Sweaters, slipover
style, fine combed 25 C
College Cords, heavy quality,
Waterproof All Wool Coats,
Begnlarfa 0 QC
Trench Coats for sport and
dree 9 OS
GeatiA Horse hid Leather
ff $4.95 D
Boys Corduroy LongJes II
quality . . . U5C
Prince Albert Smoking To- "
Cigarettes Camels, Ches
terfields, Lwckles and Old
per carton aJUoUU
George Washington Smoking
FEATHER PILLOW9 Large size,
regular 05c value
COLLEGE FROSH PANTS
Regular fl.lW value
UNDERWEAR AT LESS THAN COST
Men's Heavy Winter Union Suit 8
Heavy Wool Union Suits, value to 3.ftO f 1.83
Army Wool Underwear B5c
Two-Piece Cotton Heavy Ribbed Underwear 4c
Silk and Wool Union Suits, values to ftSJSO 1
Boys' Union Suits, regular value fl
Medllcot Scotch All Wool Union Suits $2.05
Men's Hip Boots, specially priced 2.T9
10-Inch Boots for 2.9
Ilea's Work Shoes, j J
Men's Bib Overalls 220
weight denim AQr
Broadcloth Dress Shirts
regular value OQ
fl, now aJlC
Men's Solid Leather Oxfords,
latest styles, guar
styles, guar- 07
quality ... aJIeOI
Make Sore of the Location
sise 42x30 . . .
70x83 sise . . .
College Cords, "Cunt Bust
Tm" brand, 4 AP
Wool Plaid Blanket. 70x83
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