The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 21, 1933, Page 3, Image 3

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OUVE M. Doak, Society Editor
ub Affairs
p. A ?. Tea Will
Center Social
p'-.n tor tike annual colonial
.. for which th Daughters of
.... "iprl
rican Revolution will be
s at the home of Mrs. C.
Prague. February 22, progress
.nm ea or nrm or liib uiasi
rirvaMe of the long line of such
. .'. ....t .ffol fnr vhlrh Diem.
.rtri rharter has been hostess in
t!lP v--ars past.
T'.:M Is for the public and the
On i'liters receive dressed in col
onial costume. Program numbers
.e being Riven in most part by
m'pmbrrs of the Children of the
Amer!ran Revolution, of which
M-c r. C. Geer is senior presi
dent Violin numbers will be gir
cn tv Miss Barbara Power of
Msnniouth. and Mrs. Roben J.
Maaske; Miss Grace Elisabeth
jTolman and Miss Ruth Geer will
('anOk) the minuet in costume;
jlics Rachael Pemberton will sing,
and Miss Mary Lou McKay ac
companied by Mrs. Robey Ratcllff
will a pianologue. Mrs. C. C.
Ceer will give a group, of piano
numbers and Mrs. W. J. Mlnkle
witi will sing a group of solos.
Miss Edna Mlngus will giTe an in
tersting talk on the life of Wash
ington. Miss Mlngus Is of Mon
mouth. Mrs. C. A. Sprague is chair
man of the committee, which in
cludes: Mrs. John H. Carktn, Mrs.
j ryman Steed, Mrs. Edwin Jory,
Mrs. C. C. Geer, Mrs. H. G. Bald
tree, Mrs. A. E. Austin and Mrs.
Frank Settlemeier, both of Wood
burn. Mrs. S. L. Mlnard. Mrs.
James G. Heltiel, Mrs. C. Leslie,
Mrs. Homer Goulet, Mrs. M. P.
Adam?. Mrs. Oscar Hayter of Dal
las, Mrs. Frances Cornell, Mrs.
Seymour Jones and Mrs. L. W.
Guests Entertained
At Card Afternoon
Mrs. Ben Woelke. Mrs. W. H.
Bush and Mrs. F. Woelke enter
tained at the Ben Woelke home
Friday afternoon with a delight-
,..1 n .. m. . ...J. If n tt V. n
of the Auxiliary to the Veterans Loan ELXhlDlt 1 ea
cf Foreirn Wars were guests tor
th- pretty bridge tea with its love
ly decorative suggestion of St.
YaVntine day and spring.
r, ir. ts included Mrs. H. t'm.
Mr-. r. Floer. Mrs. J. Moorman
Tuesday, February 21
KRor me"n of w-c T-u-to nd
South Commercial street.
. WIi!r'a ection of Salem Arts league, Willamett
lodge, 255 North Capitol street.
Woman's Council of First Christian church at
church, 2 o'clock all women urged to attend.
me!.Ican wr Mothers, covered dish dinner; Gold
Star Mothers special guests; Valentine -affair. 12:30
o clock. American Lutheran ehurch. Program to follow.
xt C' E ad T- clQb card at K. P. hall, 248
North Commercial street.
Mrs. Park's Bible class at her home, 2 o'clock.
Wednesday, February 22
..J ,wr lub of Woman's Benefit association,
with Mrs. Hazel Newgent, West Salem; night meeting.
Leslie Can Do class with Mrs. Mason Bishop, 1350
South Commercial street.
Washington Colonial tea. Ladles Guild of American
Lutheran church, hostesses, in church parlors, from 2
to 5 o'clock; heirlooms will be on display; all who wish
to dress in colonial costume asked to do so.
Presbyterian' Aid society, ehurch parlors, 2:30
o clock; Mrs. R. T. Boals, chairman of hostess commit
tee; program and social hour.
Jason Lee Ladies Aid quilting and piecing at the
Patriotic tea, 2:30 o'clock to 4:30 o'clock; sponsor
ed by Friendly circle in parlors of Jason Lee church.
Thursday, February 23
Technocracy forum, city library, 7:30 o'clock; any
one interested welcome; John Clifford leader.
Town and Gown club at Lausanne hall, 2:30 o'clock.
South Salem W. C. T. TJ. at Leslie Hall, 2 o'clock;
Mrs. H. C. Leavenworth speaker; all members urged to
come and also all those Interested.
U. 8. Grant Circle, Ladles of the G. A. R. meet
with Mrs. P. J. Blessing, at her home, 825 North 15th
street; Lincoln and Washington program.
North Salem W. C. T. U. meets at 2 o'clock.
Friday, February 21
Junior Guild of St. Paul's ehurch, card afternoon
at home of Mrs. Wallace Carson.
Daughters of Veterans at Women's clubhouse, reg
ular meeting, 8 o'clock.
Faculty Women's club with Mrs. Carl Gregg Don
ey, 828 South 12th street, 2:30 o'clock.
Heirloom display and afternoon tea in Emerson
room of Alliance church, Women's Alliance hostess;
hours 2 to 5 o'clock.
Interesting Event
A loan exhibit and silver tea
sponsored by the Womans' Alli
ance for next Friday, 2 to 5
!-. O-ias Olsen. Mrs. F. Nieswan- o'clock, promises to be an inter-
d r. Mr?. E. Wetsel, Mrs. R. W. esting event.
Heirlooms and objects of his
toric interest, few of which have
been shown before in Salem will
be on exhibition In the recreation
room of the Unitarian church. Old
documents, pictures, costumes, ta
bleware, shawls, etc., dating from
1800 back to earliest colonial
days are being brought out for
this display.
Mrs. F. A. Weil. Mrs. W. E. An
derson, Mrs. J. M. Clifford and
K ::: in?' on. Mrs. C. Kaiser. Mrs.
V-'ta Kayden, Mrs. B. Conley,
J! -. R---p11 Mudd. Mrs. L. Lef
f' wr:i. Mrs. J. Gram. Mrs. W.
Y,'o'f- Mrs. B. T.ansch. Mrs. J.
arn. ard M;s Martha Floer.
W. C. T U. Observes
Frances Willard Day
fl.-m W. C. T. r. will observe
Frances E. Willard memorial Mrs. Blanche Jones make up the
service at the organization hall on I committee in charge.
Firry and South Commercial
street. Tuesday afternoon. There
ill be a business meeting in addi
tion to the program.
The proeram is being arranged
by Mrs. Oren Stratton. chairman
cf the program committee. Rev.
F. Earl Cochran will have charge
of the devotionals and will sing
a group of numbers. Mrs. J. Vin
ton Scott will discuss the W. C. T.
r. organization In China. Vocal
duets will be sung by Mrs. Char
le Fessendon and Miss Amy Mar
tin. Tributes to Frances E. Willard
will be given by Mrs. Beulah Rat
II f. Mrs. J. W. Beckley, Mrs. H.
Parks, Mrs. W. C. Waterman, Mrs.
Joseph Carruthers. Mrs. Lena
Lisle and Mrs. Orren Stratton.
Nuptials Solemnized
A family dinner was given at
his home In honor of William
Finlay. Sr., of Sidney, Wednes
day. The occasion marked his
86th birthday. A large four-layer
cake, decorated with candles,
formed an attractive center-piece.
Songs, recitations, witty stories
and music were the features of
the evening's entertainment. E. H.
Belknap and little Ida Belknap,
grand-daughter were the chief en
tertainers. To prove that he is
not old, but merely 88 years
young, sSrandpa Finlay added his
bit to the celebration by stepping
through the highland fling, the
old Scotch dance, which he knows
so well In time to music provided
by Will Finlay. Jr., and his man-
A very enjoyable impromptu dolln. Members of the family pre
thowlng of colored motion pic- sent were Mr. and Mrs. Finlay,
tures were thrown on the screen Sr., Will Finlay, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
In the posing room of the Gun- Gilbert Belknap and daughters,
nell & Robb studio last evening Jet and Ida; E. H. Belnap. Mrs.
M. Worthingtin, a daughter, ana
f jests Rttendtne th. iAitnr. little Irene Herwlck, a great-great
errand-daughter, of Portland, Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Finlay and sons,
Lawrence and John.
A varied program was given,
consisting of the May day exer
cises at Willamette university,
reels showing the treasured ev
eryday activities of home, with mnrn Mmi from Philadelphia
the kiddies and rrownuss in I . .v. uini.t rv hinr done
their natural setting. The closing b Miss Thelma Davis, daughter
reel consisted of beautiful Salem of Mr aBd Mrs..R. C, Davis, who
homes and gardens in which the jg no n tne ea,t studying yoice.
colors and composition were tech- Mrf M0nr0e G. Everett, wife of
nically perfect. At the close of ur Everett, writes that Miss Da-
the evening light refreshments y appeared in concert at the
were served. Philadelphia Music club and here
Those Invited to attend were maie her formal bow to Phlla-
Ttepresentative and Mrs. John jgiphia music circles February 7.
Lewis, Miss Helen Lewis et Port- CUD jj the most exclusive
land. Judge and Mrs. E. C. Kelly mnse cittb of the city and report
of Med ford, Mr. and Mrs. Victor hM It tat Miss Daris was
R. Criggs, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Drought back with encores most
Poise. Mrs. Frank F. Snedecor, eomi)iimenUry. Miss Davis sang
f II T CI 11.1.1. . . m-m "Villi TCwi-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dancey, j r i,iebe" and Der Schmled ;
Mrs. William Brown. Mrs. B. D. nd At Night" by Rachmaninoff.
Rpoiina nr. . r-m VT fl I
Tt . w
iiumpson, ut. ana airs, ronnu, . T .
Mrs. d. Jones and Arnold Thorn- The women of teJ?!M'!JJ
ted. society of the First P"6"
. church will meet Wednesday aft-
Havid Smith, Jr.. eight-year-old ernoon ftttf"
piano student of Mrs. Walter uen- o cioca i m airman of
ton. on the grammar school dl- Mrs. R. T. Boals Is
His nelpctlrtn win
Miss Marguerite Farmer, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Farmer,
became the bride of Lloyd Myers,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Myers,
at a very quiet ceremony, charm
ing In its simplicity, Saturday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. The cere
mony was read at the parsonage
of Rev. Earl Cochran in the pres
ence of relatives and a few in
timate friends. The young couple
were unattended.
The bride wore a charming In
formal gown of blue crepe with
high neck and leg o' mutton
sleeves. Black accessories were
worn with this. Her corsage was
of Talisman roses and freesias.
Following the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Myers left by motor for
Seattle and Vancouver, B. C.
They will be at home to their
friends after March 1 at the Am
bassador apartments. Mrs. Myers
la assistant bookkeeper at the
Bishop clothing store and Mr.
Myers is connected with the I
Union Oil company.
A. charming colonial tea was
that for which the members of
the high school Girl Reserves
were hostess at the T. W. C. A.
Monday afternoon. This tea mark
ed the close of a course in eti
quette and was formal and Tery
pretty. Miss Rnth Ward and Misa
June Ward presided at the attrac
tively appointed tea table, uiss
Clarice Colbe. Miss Gwen Gallahor
and Miss Ethel Abel, in colonial
costumes, served. Miss Eioise
White, Mrs. Elizabeth Gallaher
d several new girls in the high
school this semester made up the
special guests.
w w
Tha hleh school Reserves will
meet at the T. W. C. A. this after
noon for a cabinet meeting and
i-MTutrta of the conference held la
- , .
Tinrr tw this WMK ena. Al least
200 people were In attendance at
the conference which proved to be
n Mnclallr fine one. Much
social entertainment was a part
of the srogram for tne weea ena.
for this mid-winter Girl Reserve
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Howe wera
tMti for an attractive Georga
whtneton dinner party at their
hA Sunday venlng compli
menting member of the Aea High
club. Clever decorative effects had j
hAMi achieved through the use of
patriotic symbols and added mueh
tf th interest of the dinner and
card evening. Cards were in play
at four tables. Mr. and Mrs. Don
Hendry held high score for carus.
Women of Rotary
Elect Officers at
Women of Rotary met at the
Marion hotel for a smart lunch
eon Monday and this was follow
ed by a business meeting and elec
tion of officers for this newly
formed organization.
Mrs. William McGilchrist Jr.,
will head the organization as
president; Mrs. W. L. Phillips is
vice president; Mrs. Homer Smith,
Jr., secretary; and Mrs. Walter
Mlnler, treasurer.
The board of trustees include
Mrs. W. H. Dancy, Mrs. J. Lyman
Steed. Mrs. Eric Butler and the
elected officers.
Following the business meeting
at which support was pledged to
the Gleeman concert for Friday
night at the armory, the group
went to the home of Mrs. W. L.
Phillips for an afternoon of sew
ing for charity.
Covers at the luncheon war
placed for Mrs. Lester Barr, Mrs.
E. Max Page, Mrs. Leif Bergsvick,
Mrs. George Hug. Mrs. J. T. De-
laney, Mrs. William Hamilton.
Mrs. T. J. Gilbraith. Mrs. W. G.
Morehouse, Mrs. George Graben-
hoxst, Mrs. R. J. Hendricks, Mrs.
E. S. Fortner, Mrs. J. Lyman
Steed. Mrs. J. E. Bllnkhorn. Mrs.
cnarlea Howard, Mrs. Homer
Smith, Jr., Mrs. Homer Smith, Sr.,
Mrs. W. H. Dancy, Mrs. Charles
McElhlnney, Mrs. B. F. Ponnd.
Mrs. W. T. Jenks, Mrs. Grant Day,
Mrs. Walter Malloy, Mrs. H. C.
Epley, Mrs. Ted Endlcott, Mrs.
waiter Mlnler. Mrs. Roy Sim
mons, Mrs. Harry Miller. Mrs
William McGilchrist. Jr., Mrs. W.
u. Phillips, Mrs. Pickens. Mrs
rnii Elker, Mrs. C. P. Bishop,
jrs. L.yie Bartholomew and Mrs
Eric Butler.
A gay Valenlne party was that
which complimented the Junior
Musicians club at the home of
Mrs. W. R. Bush Tuesday niKht.
An exchange of valentines and
games made several hours pass
quickly and at the close of the
evening refreshments were serv
ed. Present were Caroline Brady
Mary Pemberton, Clare Marshall,
Eileen Lester, Norma Wooten. Ar
lene Wykoff, Bernlce Boyce, Mar-
Jorie Boseman, Shlray McKay
Marjorie wooten, Dovthy Job i
son, Jean Vincent, Jean Lois Vic
tor, Richard Springer, Ralph
Kletzlng. and Willis Vincent.
Wedding Date Set
For Popular
At a distinctive tea Monday aft
ernoon in the Green Gate room of
the Spa Miss Maxine Myers,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Myers, announced her wedding
date to Charles Claggett aa March
The wedding will be at the F. G.
Myers home and will ha small
with only close friends Invited.
Both Miss Myers and Mr. Claggett
have been popular members of the
younger society circles.
Several affairs are being plan
ned for Miss Myers this week In
cluding Mrs. Alden Adolph and
Miss Kreta Jans as joint hostesses
Thursday and Miss Phyllis Day
and Miss Isobel George Saturday.
Town and Gown
Club to Entertain
The annual social afternoon
and tea with which the Town and
Gown club entertains members of
the Raphaterian club will be an
event of Thursday of this week.
at Lausanne hall. Guests will call
at 2:30 o'clock. A program has
been arranged.
The committee in charge in
cludes Mrs. E. T. Barnes, Mrs.
D. A. Hodge. Mrs. J. H. Lautar-
man, Mrs. W. E. Kirk, Mrs. Her
bert E. Rahe, Mrs. F. A. Elliott.
and Mrs. Frank Snedecor.
Pledges Announced
For Sororities
Willamette second semester
rushing week is a thing of the
past with formal pledge service
this morning at the various
Those announced as pledged to
Beta Chi sorority Include Mary
Hazard, Dorothy Holly, Virginia
Sprague, and Louis Fletcher.
Miss Betty Moffat pledged to
Delta Phi. Alpha Phi Alpha soror
ity announces the pledging . of
Rose Naef, Maxine Jewell, and
Helen Knight.
A no-hostess party Friday night
at the Blue Bird proved to be a
gay affair with dancing and
bridge and solving of Jigsaw puz
zles features of entertainment.
Guests Included Minnie Newfeld,
June Lochridge, Helen Newberry,
Helen Putnam, Clara Jane Harms,
Pauline Smith, Scabelle Gragg.
Priscilla Slmkins, Emma Judson,
Frances McCall, Lucille Nash, El
sie Permin and Charlotte Haz
zard. Other no-hostess affairs are
being planned, the next to be at
the Gray Belle.
Woodburn Wedding Solemnized;
Birthday Dinner is Observed
Massie-Boone Nuptials Announced; House
Guests Entertained, West Salem
Woodburn A wedding ot in-;
terest took place Saturday eve
ning at 7 o'clock when Miss Betty
Baillio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerrals Baillio. was married to
Russell W. Standard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer J. Standard. The
wedding was held at the home of
the groom's parents. Rev. Glenn
Hartung Officiating.
The attendance were Miss Ethel
Wigle ot Silverton. and Kelly
Standard, brother of the groom.
After a short trip to Portland tbey
will make their home at 270 Third
Both Mr. and Mrs. Stanard are
well known here. Mrs. Stanard
has been an employe of the Even
den Drug Co. for several yea3.
Mr. Stanard ia with the Ray
Brown cannery.
Victor Point A Joint event
was held at the C C. Jones home
Sunday night, honoring the birth
days of J. C. Kreni and son. Rich
ard and C. C. Jones. A o'clo
dinner was served Mr. and Mrs.
Krens, Laurel and Richard. Mr.
and Mrs. Jones Bernlta and Carl
and Miss Alice Brown. Additional
guests for the evening were Miss
es Thelma and Helen Hoover of
Orchard Heights Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Fisher are entertaining as
house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Charbaneau and daughters.
Marjorie Nell. June and Rosemary
of Santa Crus, Calif., and Mrs.
Juliet Bingner whose home is in
Brush Creek Mrs. Dan Hill
man was hostess at a little supper
party for the pleasure of her
daughter. Miss Marjory, In ob
servance of her 14th birthday.
Guests were those attending
Brush Creek school.
Hazel Green Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Massie are announcing the
marriage of their daughter. Verla,
to Raymond Boone of Toledo, at
Dallas last Wednesday. Mr. and
Mrs. Boone will make their home
in Salem.
Brush Creek Mrs. Victor Mad
sen was hostess at a quilting- bee
Friday afternoon at her home
here. Tea was served at 6 o'clock.
Miss Lillie Madsen assisting dur
ing the tea hour. Those quilting
were Mrs. O. Ormbrek, Mrs. L. H.
Meyer, Mrs. Ole Satern, Mrs. Os
car Satern, Mrs. Harold Satern,
Mrs. E. Holden. Mrs. M. J. Mad
sen and Mrs. "Victor Madsen.
Quinaby. Edith Manning en
tertained the fifth and Sixth
grades Monday night with ,a VaV
eatlne party at the schoolhouse.
The following committees were
in charge: Games, Rosie Franks,
Donald and Catherine Diem; eats
Bobble Beekner, Elsie Diem and
Agnes Rleketts; decorations
committee. Lola Weese, Robert
Zlellnski. Wayne Weese and Edith
Nell ton; program. Robert Zielln-
su, Meriyn Gigger, Ieroy Ton-
The Thimble and Needle Sewing
club met for an all-day session
at Mrs. Arthur Penny's Those pre
sent were Mesdames J. C. McFar-
low, A. L. Glrod, A. M. Anderson,
E. L. Rogers. Gertrude Weese,
M. R. Ector, Cora Rleketts. Mild
red Richie, George Beckman Fay
Black. Doshia Lyons, Frances
Pearmine and Arthur Penny.
Independence Sigma Tbeta
chapter of Delphians were guests
of the president, Mrs. H. W. Hag
meier, for a 1 o'clock luncheon
Tuesday. Seventeen members en
joyed the meeting which was giv
en and decorated with the Valen
tine motif.
Roll call was answered by quo
tation or facts from the life ot
George Washington.
Two Ellsabethlan classics were
studied. Topics were taken by
Mrs. O. D. Butler, Mrs. M. J. But
ler. Mrs. A. B. Robinson, Mrs. J.
C. Collins, and was presented by
Mrs. E. M. Ebbert, Mrs. Frances
Saunders, and Miss Mabel Riddell.
Mrs. R. D. Elliot directed the play
Mrs. Hagmeler, In behalf of the
chapter, expressed the apprecia
tion of the members for their su
pervisor, Mrs. D. A. Hoag, and
their secretary. Mrs. A. B. Robin
son, and presented each with an
upholstered footstool. Mrs. Hoag
has been supervisor for five years
and M:. Robinson, secretary for
three years. Then the valentine
box was enjoyed.
WITlametts shrine. Whits Shrine
of Jerusalem, met Monday might
in the tempi for a social meet
ing and program. Program asm
hers were ' given by Mrs. Reeves
and Miss .Esther Hagedorn. : The
committee In charge et the social
hour included Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Henry, Mrs. Margaret j
Montgomery, Mrs. V. R. Griggs,
Mrs. Lucille Mills, Mrs. Ida God- ;
frey, Mrs. Lfla Palmer and Mrs. .
Louise King.
Members of th Eastern Star 1
will meet tor the regular social
meeting tonight at the Masonlo
temple. A program has been ar
ranged. Miss Jeanette Scott will
be a featured violin soloist,
Members of the Altrusa club
will meet for a 1:15 o'clock din
ner Tuesday night at th Green
Dragon. Several additional guests
are being invited for tb affair
In compliment to "guest" night.
Mrs. Charles Newbnrgh and
her father, Mr. Hemming, bav
been recent guests In Albany, at
the home of Mrs. R. Conser. sis
ter of Mrs. Newburgh.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Goheen
have come to Salem to make
their residence. They wer for
merly residents of Portland.
Shaw. The Woman's club met
Thursday afternoon at the horn
of Mrs. Ernest Peterson in Salem.
The Valentine party that had .
been planned by the club was
postponed Indefinitely en account
of so much illness among th
members. The afternoon was
spent In needlework.
Suver. Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Rlchter and daughter Nellie and
Mrs. John Rldders wer present
at a klchen shower given recently
for Mr. and Mrs. RIehter's daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Ray Rlchter, at
the Picha home near Salem.
Jefferson. The Past Noble
Grands club met in the kdg
rooms of Odd Fellows hall Thurs
day afternoon, with Mrs. Le
Weils and Mrs. Paul Smith as
Joint hostesses.
Scio Mrs. Merle Cyrus enter
tained the ladles ot the Scio
Bridge club at a 1 o'clock lunch
eon at her home Friday afternoon.
Covers were placed for Mrs. Dr.
Prill. Mrs. Vilas Phillppl. Mrs.
Frank Gill, Mrs. Joe Wihers, Mrs.
Percy Schrunk. Mrs. Fred Bilyeu,
Mrs. Rolla Shelton, Mrs. Fred
Jones, Mrs. Edwin Holland, Mrs.
Birdelle Sticha, Mrs. P. H. Mac
Donald and Mrs. Dr. Betzer. Mrs.
Cyrus was assistel by Mrs. Ernie
at HALF th
pricm of other
At yvmr
Babies and Bouquets WmmmB: fcf
' Carrots and Cabbages rmmm,: aJ
alljroman JM' ' -1? .V:'
fill fllll jPi lifaif iiiS llliiSitti' yp
illusions I " -
Kight before your very eyes the man ef magic draws
rabbits, Ttgctables, lowers, fruits even babies aQ
from aa tab I What an astonishing fellow hs Is I
The assorted rabbits, babies, carrots, eabbagea, rib
bons and ether magical "props" are not created by
magic. The tub has a fab bottom mat is conveniently
displaced, and numberless wonderful things spring t
life ia the magician's nimble fingers. They do liter
ally "spring'' because they are mad ta compress inc
the bottom of the tub, taking their natural shape as
the magician lifts them one
ovscsi Trick md Hmmu" ftjr WOt CoUi,
It's w to Foozzz
n. won tne grammar acnooi ai-iairs. xv. a Mrs TL
inn Mint. th social committee ana . w
Md st?hTehb of commerce c7Dsvis. Mrs Robert GlUon. jgj.
nutorium Saturday afternoon. J, P. Bat . Mrs C "kMrs.
"is neiectlon was "Russicn Ron-1 w T mmif are assist-o-'
op. 825. by C. Cserny. A and Mrs. "-JgJSf SI "cial
number of students or grammar ing bnsiness
hool age were entered by prom- Hour win
All former residents of Krt-
ir.pnt music teachers of the city.
The Past Matrons club of the - lted to 4ttend
eastern Star held its monthly ""."vT Anh meeting at
meetlnr Satnrd lrtt at the th Nebraska club meeung
hom iZ: t'. 7TAtr A I th W. C. T. U. "
n ji aa ttift Ferry sua
Mabel fl.ttUm.iMi Wnodhnrn W ...
husine. .n -t.i mut-. The streets, FTiaay bis.
Minnift Mneitav if.vian Trhy. I dinner
uiaess ana social meeting, ine : a potluck
Minnie tltii- ,r.i... rtoh-r I dinner at -"v
and Cordelia Capper.
. i a i vw-pm nas
semce. ja iiyc
wn arranged for th hours fol-
Corvallis eoelet- was all agog lowing th dinner. ;
Sunday with report ot th dlrorc ,r- . Ere6l k, nter
i Audred Bunch Arnold m i . hom this week
Byron D. Arnold of th school of 1 talnd at their .,mwflia.
m m , m m avf i it 1 1 i luiu - w
music facnltv.fonow.fl hT her mar- 1 end wnn aa .. -, -
Mrs. Robert, wss. a? on tim. SO-lnd Mrs. --TO.:yre
.s. i tuk Roberts, nuo ? KlddlDr.
"uucjr. n " " UAU- ... V, Bvrd and Mr.
"- nooens was ai on um w ', r.,rknn1d
ci?ty editor of Th BUtesman. . and Mrs. Palmer MacDonald.
25 ounces for25f
Tricks are legitimate on the stage bat not
in busine$s..Here'i one that has been used
in cigarette advertising... the illusion that
blending is everything in a cigarette.
explanation i Blending is important...but
it makes a lot of difference what is blended.
Inferior tobaccos can be blended to cover
op their humble origin. But your taste soon
detects the trick.
The proper use of blending is to bring
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sCSssta(w fKBOKKSKKSSn JWWBiSs. SSsj8jssv sS SShv flj -".. j
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out the full "round" flavor of mild, high
grade tobaccos. It's the costliiusx f tks
tobiccos,tsvrcll as the blending, that counts.
It Is a fact, well known by
leaf tobacco experts, that
Camels are made from finer, MORI
EXPENSIYI tobaccos than any other
popular brand.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars have
been spent by others in the attempt to
discover just how Camels are blended.
The blend is important.
But all the while Camel spends millions
more for choice tobaccos. insure your
Light up a Camel. Relax, while the deli
cate blue smoke floats about you. Enjoy
to the full the pleasure that comes from
costlier tobaccos.
Keep Camels always handyman the air
tight, welded Humidor Pack.
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