The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 10, 1933, Page 5, Image 5

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    fhe OUCCON STATESMAN, Saieo Oregon, Friday Morning; March 10; 1S23
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California Guest
Is Entertained
- ' lira. W- Con&ell Dyer enter
tained with a charming tea Wed
nesday afternoon at her homo fa
compliment to Miss' Orytha Gatch
of Oakland, Cal., who has been a
guest her for Uxe past sereral
days at tae.bome of Mias Sally
Boah.-i :-va -:t v ;
Invited to meet MU Gatch vera
Mrs. Print Byrd, Mrs. Curtis B.
, Cross, Mrs. Fran. Spears, Mrs.
Asa Fisher, Mrs. Clifford Browa.
Mrs Chester Cox, - Mrs. W, Earl
Sbaf er of : 8a Francisco, Mrs.
Bert Haney of Portland, Mrs.
Keith Powell of Wbodburn, Miss
Elizabeth Lord, Miss Edith Schry
r. Miss Mabel Robertson, Dr.
Helen Pearce, Miss Nell Thielsen,
Miss Dorothy Pearce. Miss Wini
fred Byrd, Mrs. Dan Fry, Jr., and
Miss Rovena Eyre.
Miss Maxine Myers
Feted Tonight
Mrs. H..H. Winterstein will en
tertain at her homo on Virginia
street in compliment to Miss Max
ine Myers bride-elect of Charles
Claggett whose wedding will be
solemnised March 24 at the Myers
home. i
A uniqne shower is being plan
ned tor Miss Myers as part of the
festivities of the evening. Bridge
will bo in play. A color scheme of
silver and pale green will be used
for the guest room decorations
and for the sen-lee table at the
late coffee hour.
Bidden In compliment to Miss
Myers. are Mrs. Deryl F. Myers,
Mrs. Alden Adolph, Miss Marmion
Connor, Miss Yvonne Smith, Miss
Frances Martin, Miss Kreta Jans,
and Miss Rita Claggett.
Members of Chemeketa players
were special guests for an in
formal evening at the Frank Tor
gerson home Wednesday evening.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. EL J.
Peterson, Miss Marguerite Zer
san. Miss Hasel Shatt, Miss Lil
lian Potter, Mrs. Nellie Rowland
Green, Erwln Potter, Arnold Tay
lor, Johnny Nathman, Victor Wll
llams, Vernon Stohl, Perry Relg
el man and Frank Tor gerson.
Home Nursing Course is
" . Planned by Aid Society
Grange Group Entertained; Mrs. Alta Foren
Honored by Past Noble Grand Club
Woodbura The Federated
women of the Methodist Episcopal
church "held Its regular business
meeting at the church Tuesday
afternoon, when plans were mad
for a silrer tea to be held at the
chureh parlors Tuesday March 28.
Mrs. Paul Pern ber ton, pres
ident, appointed the following
committe.es, Mrs. W. D. Simmons
general chairman, program, Mrs.
Pemberton and Mrs. V. D. Bain,
decorating, Mrs. B: O. Brown,
Miss Ina Bonney and Mrs. Oscar
Allen. Kitchen, Mrs. Ida Parr,
Mrs. James Llvesay and Mrs. E.
N. Hall. Those on the receiving
committee are Mrs. Pearle L.
Love, Mrs. Glenn S. Hartong and
Mrs. Ivan C. Beers; Mrs. A. E.
Austin, Mrs. F. W. Settlemier,
Mrs. Florence Goulet and Mrs.
Corrie Young will preside at the
tea Urns and the Misses Beatrice
Brown, Pearl Tulsdorf and. Miss
swiaier woi assist with the serv
ing.
Woodbura The Presbyterian
Ladles' Aid society ' observed its
43rd anniversary Wednesday aft
ernoon when it met in the church
parlor, with Mrs. B. H. Hicks,
Mrs. Ellrun Sims, Mrs. Clyde
Whitman and Mrs. C. C. Cam
mack at hostesses. The devotions
were conducted by Mrs. Mude
Mochel.
The annual election of officers
resulted: Mrs. Henry Layman, re
elected president; Mrs. Frank
Wright, vice-president; Mrs. E. J,
Allen, re-elected treasurer; Mrs.
Fern Hasbrook, secretary and
Miss Martha Ratclitt, pianist
Plans were made for serving the
dinner for the annual Congrega
tional meeting to bo held in the
dining room of the church March
30.
Committees appointed are din
ner: Mesdames Butterfleld, White
Maupin, Hall, Wompole; dining
room, Allen, Gibbens. and Faul
coner. A program and social time
followed.
Pioneer. Mrs. Roy Kinion en
tertained 'in honor of Mrs. Cecil
Dell with a shower Wednesday af
ternoon at her home. Joint, host
esses were Mrs. Ray Slater and
Mrs. Howard Coy. Others present
were Mrs. John Keller, Sr.. Mrs.
Chet Neswald. Mrs. Roy Black.
Mrs. Clyde Robbins. Mrs. Leo
Hughes and baby, Mrs. Will Kin
ion and children, Mrs. Lawrence
Dornhecker, Mrs. Tom and Mrs.
Johnnie Keller, Mrs. Frank Dom-
aschofsky. Mrs. Frank Dornheck
er ' and daughter. Mrs. Mark
Blodgett. Mrs. Homer Conley, An
na Ladstock. Elsie. Fay and Shir
ley Keller. Mrs. Darel Bird and
son and Lois Slater. Refreshments
were served by the hostess.
Liberty. The Younsr oeonle of
the Red Hills )t ranee wer enter
tained Tuesday night at the A. B.
Browning home. Cards and Bu
sies were enjoyed.
Present Were Dorothr Becklev.
Orpha Dasch, Cathrine Dallas,
Ruth Dougherty, Mildred Zosel,
wuma westennoase. La Verne
Oakman, Pearl Scott, Dale Dasch.
Mervln and Chester Seeger, Blli
Berndt, Harlan Judd, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Dallas, Robert Dallas, Peggy
Browning, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Browning and Dorothy and Lester
Browning.
Independence. The Women's
dab held its bi-monthly meeting
at the clubhouse Tuesday after
noon. Tho program consisted of a
book report on "Our Yesterdays"
by Wright, by Miss MIngors of
the Oregon Normal school. Mrs.
H. G. Hanson gave current events.
A trio, Mrs. M. J. Butter, Mrs.
Ellen Davis and Mrs. Dwight
Haag, sang, accompanied by Mrs.
R. D. Elliott of Monmouth.
Hostesses for th meeting were
Mrs. Guy Walker, Mrs. S. B. Wal
ker and Mrs. Nick Versteeg. Tho
next meeting will be a silrer tea
benefit.
; ' Hasel Green. Mrs. Joseph
Cook and Mrs. Arch McCarfcla
war -hostess to th sunshine
Sewing slab Wednesday afternoon
at Mrs. Cook'a hom. Mrs. Bar
nick and Mrs. Georg Boyd f Sa
lem were guests.- Th club fat spon
soring ja course in home nursing
to d given by Mrs. Boyd. The
first meeting win b at tho school
March IS at Site o'clock.
Members ot tho sewing clab
ar urged to b present at the
first meeting with notebooks and
pencils. There will bo demonstra
tion of first aid and nursing. .
Mrs. Joseph. Zielinskl and Mrs.
Charles ZlelinskL Jr., will bo
hostesses at Mrs. Joseph Zielin
ski's home March 22.
West Salem Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Stevens wer hosts to tho mem
bers of their Plnoehl club at
their home Wednesday night.
Members include Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Kitchen, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Boles and daughters, Eve
lyn and Norma June, Mr. and
Mrs. Saady, Mr. and Mrs. Effen
barger and son, Duano of Dallas,
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens
and son, Leo and daughter, Miss
Bertha ot .Wt Salami
" Brooks. The regular meeting'
of th Brooks Ladles Aid society
was held In the Methodist church
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. N. P.
Vlnyard, president, led the devo
tions and conducted the business.
Plans wero made for a group to
attend th Ladles' Aid rally In
Salem, March' IS, at the First
Methodist church. A feature of the
afternoon was th gift shower for
Mrs. William Hall.
Brooks Mrs. Alta Forea was
guest of honor at a farewell par
ty given by tho Past Noble Grand
club at the homo ot Mrs. William
Alsup. Mr. and Mrs. Foren are
moving to Sweet Home where
they will make their home.
Lincoln Tho Misses Mary and
Lucille Hackett entertained the
Young People's Christian Endea
vor with a party at their home at
Lincoln recently.
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Onr plttvkwa ham sales were so
popular that again we feature
haws. Again we offer yon one
of the finest of Eastern mild
sugar cured skinned hams at a
deep cut ptjee ... a price so
low that It's almost extrava
gance NOT to buy one.
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Half or
Whole
Prices effective Friday & Saturday, March 10th - 11th
Arm & Shoulder cuts lb.
2c
ioSESmig EteeG
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Sliced Basoim
Eastern Sugar Cured
Rind off
Pork StteaEi
Lean Shoulder Cuts lb.
Sliced HAM
Large Center Cuts each
Produce Features
P llOtt GG
No. 1 Grade 25 lb. bag
Young &
tender
G
3bu.
2c
U.S. No. 1
lbs.
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Extra fancy Jonathan or
Delicious, xrisp-juicy doz
fancy, well colored Pound
Finest SHORTENING
Pie crt made with Formay
Is something for hobby to
rave about.
34b Can
Lenten Suggestions
Pink Salmon ..3 for 23c
Happy Vale, tall cans
Tuna Flakes 10c
Clearwater, No. H can
Chatka Fancy Crab 25c
Chatka, No. H can
Tiny Tot Sardines . . . . 1 0c
No, U tins
Pel-la-co Shrimp 9c
No. 1 can
Kip'red Snacks 4 for 14c
No. M tins
0
Dessert Seedless
ST
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Think of it less than 4c a pound
for these tender, phunp, seedless
raisins. One of today's beet "bays."
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Slax-i-mnM Eraporated
Quality guaranteed
SmallT")
Can ZCj
CCan6
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SAEiEiIINES
Max-i-mnM Mustard or
Tomato Banco
Oval
Tin .
5
Standard Pack, fine for stews
5oz. Tin Q)G
EgZh fresh ex. doz. 12 Vic
Flour, 49-Ib. bag . . 89c
Blue Seal
Coffee, lb. can . . . 27c
Maxwell House
Sugar, pore cane, 7 lbs. 29 c
Raisin Nut Bread . . 8c
Pound loaf. Sat. Only
Minced Clams . . . 19c
Ocean Ware brand 10 os. can
Pnrex, qt bottle . 10c
Pork and Beans, can . 5c
Campbell's
Pineapple, lobby's 8 or. 4c
Libby's Chill ConCame No. 1 Can 10c
Edwards Depend. Coffee ' lb. 8c
Nob Hill High-Grade tfeffee S8c
Airway Santos Coffee pound 22c
Grape-Nats Package 15c
Colombia Sweet Nabbin '
Pickles ot. Jar SOc
-Stroagheart Dog Food, 4 Cans , 20c
Harmony Soap ,8 bars. 10c
r. J. B. Coffee 84W can for 85c
fWE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO USSJT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS.
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935 South Commercial St. " . wm
Prices Good Friday; atirday, Monday
Box Chocolates for St. Patrick's
Day
2-to Box 55c, Box 79c
Clay Pipe With Each Box
St. Patrick Creme Mints 19c
Bridge Mix 23c It
White Owl Cigars
Box 50s $2.05, Box 25s $1.09
El Sidelo Bonton box 10s 79c
Prince Albert 16 oz. 83c
George Washington 16 oz. 63c
Del Monte
L. of V.
Peas2r25c
Rosedale Asparagus TZ' 1 5c
Crisco or Formay 3 45 c
Fancy Blue Rose Rice 4 ? 15c
Chase &. Sanborn Coffee can 29c
Silverdale Tomatoes 2 15c
Money bays MORE at Fred Meyer' mor.
of the country 'a finest soods. Check over
these many remarkable prices and see how
far your money really goes here! '
Oranges and More
Oranges ! ! !
Juice
Oranges
5c Doz.
Medium
Size
2 Doz. 25c
Large
Fancy
2 Doz. 35c
Oxydol, large pkg. 19c, 10c size Free
Dromedary Grapefruit 3 He
Imported Sardines lZa 5c 25
Troco Margarine 2?kgs.l9c
Jell-Well Dessert 4 19c
Mascara Pure Fruit Preserrea 21f;-lb. jars 25c
Walla Walla Tomato Juice, 4 cans for 25c
Fred Meyer Cleaning Fluid 6 oz. bott. 9c
Clear Water Tuna Flakes (VsS) 2 tins 19c
Fancy Cal. Small White Beans 4 lbs. 15c
Heinz Tomato Ketchup, lge. bottle 15c
Oregon Franquette Walnuts 2 lbs. 29c .
Fancy Large Oregon Prunes 4 lbs. 19c
Ammonia or Bluing, large bottle 7c
Old Milwaukee Brew 6 bottles 49c
White or Black Pop Corn 2 lbs. 11c
At Fred Meyer Grocery Department
Save! Save!
30c Regular Modess 9c
25c Bayers Aspirin 9c
65c Vicks Vapo Rub 39c
25c Pond's Tissues 11c
25c Jocur Shampoo 14c
25c Pts. Bells Cleaning Fluid 19c
50c tubes Ipana Tooth Paste 25c
25c William's Talc for Men 9c
25c Packer's Tar Soap only 14c
50c Quires Tooth Paste 9c
50c Strasska Original & 50c Peppermint Tooth Paste 33c
Coty Face Powder Set with Free Perfume all 98
ZIP The New Sharpener for Gillette Blades 39c
10c Lux, PaJmolive, or Lifebuoy Soap 2 bars 11c
$1.00
Ovaltine
59c
A wbole track load of cxreptieaalljr fine quality Oranges, tM
skinned, cfaack fall of sweet wholesome Juice. Keep a supply
hand, 99c for case.
Rhubarb 2 lbs. 9c
Fresh tender
Bunch Carrots 3 for 10c
Smooth fine qnaUty
Fancy Cauliflour 10c
Large snowhlte heads
Arizona Seedless Grapefruit 6 for 19c
Fancy quality st low price
Save! Save!
50c Feenamint for 29c
50c Probak Blades 25c
50c Gillette Blades 25c
$1.25 Enos Salts 79c
40c Pluto Water 27c
35c Gem Blades 21c
Scott Tissue Toilet Paper 3 for 19c
$1.50 Mineral Wells Crystals 79c
10c Mission Bell Soap 3 bars 13c
2 Bots 35c FrosrJlla for 39c
50c Paynes Tooth Paste 9c
Handy, Unbreakable Bathroom Tumblers only 9e
25c Mission Dry 12 oz. Grapefruit Juice 3 for 19e
25c Big Jig Saw Puzzles 19c; Others at 2 for 25c
25c pints Cliquot Club Ginger Ale 2 bottles 25c
Remedies
60c Sal Hepatica 39c
60c Bromo Seltzer 39e
$1 Adlerika 57c
1.35 Sargon 69c
1.25 Smith M.A.C. 59c
Guaranteed Rubber
Goods
Rubber Gloves Pr 10c
2 qt. Hot Water Bottle 25e
2 qt. Fountain Springe 23e
75c Bath Sprays 33c
5 ft. Syringe Lengths 15c
First Aid Products
25c Bandaid 19c
1x5 Adhesive 19c
5 Yd. Sterile Gauze 27c
10c Bandages 7c
1 Lb. Hospital Cotton 17c
Remedies
1 Lb. Agar Agar 59c
1 Lb. Sassafras Bark 27c
1 Lb. Flax Seed 9c
5 Lbs. Epsom Salts 23c
4 Ot. Senna Leaves 19c
PtHs end Tablets
100 Blaud 5 Gr. 25c
100 Hinkla Pills 15c
100 Saccharin M gr. 15c
100 Aspirin 5 Gr. 17c -100
Cascara 5 gr. 25c
Face Powders
50c Woodburys 33c 50c
$1 Tangee 69c 50c
1.10 Ayeristocrat 59c 50c
$1 Dona Rosa 69c 35c
50c Java Rice 33c 50c
Remedies
4 oz. Camphorated Oil 19c
3 oz. Spirits Camphor 19c
4 oz. Tr Green Soap 19c
6 oz. Aromatic Cascara 29c
6 oz. Castor Oil 19c
Remedies
85c Kruschen Salts 43c
85c Jad Salts 41c
60c Cal Syrup Figs 37c
1.20 Caldwells Syrup 69c
1.25 Pierces Remedies 89c
Sale! Baby Needs
for proper care of the tiny tots. All at remarkable savings.
23 of the finest, nationally-known articles that are so necessary
25c Mulford Infant Suppositories 12c
1 Pint 10 D. Cod Liver Oil only $1.98
15c Gerber's Strained Vegetables 9c
$1 Horlick's Malted Milk only 67c
25c Mennens Ba Soapl4c
35c Mennens Ba Oil 19e
25c Mennen Bor Talc 13c
Qt. Hot Wat. Bottles 39c
15c Hygeia Nipples 11c
15c Hygeia Bottles lie
25c Pyrex Bottles 19c
75c Dextri Maltose 49c
35c Baby Ralston 29c
10c Oval Nursers 5c
10c Wide Nursers 5c
25c Conti Castile 11c
25c J & J Baby Soap 15c
10c Soft Wash Cloths 5
Soft Sea Wl Sponges 29c
2 oz. Infant Springe 16c
4 oz. Sweet Oil 9c
35c Castoria 23c
4 oz. Boric Acid 6e
85c Mellins Food 57c
Lotions
Jergens 27c
Santiseptic 29c
Clover Cream 29c
Italian Balm 19c
Chamberlains 27c
Face Creams
50c Milkweed 29c
65c Ponds 39c
60c Dona Rosa 49c
60c Hoppers Youth39c
60c Elcaya 39c
Toiletries
60c Mum 39c
50c Dew 39c
50c Ever Dry 39c
$1 Zip Epilator 39c
75c Vivatone 59c
For the Hair
60c Danderine 39c
60c Wfld Root 39c
1.25 Nourishine 83c
50c Lucky Tiger 23c
$1 Liquid Arvon 69c
Tooth Paste
50c Pebeco 29c
25c Listerine 19c
25c Colgatts 19c
50c Astringasol 33c
50c Pepsodent 27c
Shaving Creams
35c Barbasol 19c
35c Burma Shave 19c
50c Williams 39c
35c Palm Olive 25c
50c Jar Kranks 29c
Remedies
1 Pt. Milk Magnesia 14c
1 Pt. Rubbing Alcohol 15c
1 Pt. Witch Hazel 19c
1 Pt. Bay Rum 39c . 1
1 Pt. Olive Oil 39c
Reducing Agents
$2 Reduceoids 1.11
75c Lacey3 Gam 59c
$2 Van Nay Tablets 1.59
$1 Korjena 69c
$1 Bonkor 89c
Health Foods
65c Toddy Lbs. 39e
65c Cocoa Malt 39c
$1 Lacto Dextrin 89c
1 lb. Laxseed Block 39c
75c Bordens M. Milk 39c
Shampoos
50c Conti Castile 27e
50c Woodburys 27c
75c Fitch Ideal 43c
60c Henna Foam 39c
60c Hoppers 39c
Foot Remedies
35c Zino Pads 26c
25c Blue Jay Plasters 16c
15c Corn Pads 11c
35c Freezone 23c
$1 Outgro 69c
Inhalants
65c Mistol 39c
75c Vapex 49c
50c Vicks Drops 29c
1.25 Ehpedrine 79c
50c Pineoleum 39c
Antiseptics
60c Zonite 39c
50c Listerine 41c
50c Pepsodent 29c
35c Vicks 23c
50c S. T. 37 Sol 39c
Liniments
40c Sloans 27c
85c Moones Oil 47e
60c Hoffs 43c
60c Jap Oil 49c
60c St Jacobs 39c
Sale of First Quality
Zerolene
Motor Oil!
29c Gal.
Famous Zerolene 'Oil No.' 5
Only for your car and
tractors. Guaranteed first
quality t (In your container)
At Fred Meyer Grot try
Dept.
170 North Liberty St.
No mofl orders. No reseTTatlons. j Quantities limited to store stock.
We reserve the right to reasonably limit quantities.
For Your Spring Salads!
Fred Meyer
Mayonnaise
15c Pt.
Made " of fresh es, puye
Tesetable oil, riaegar, and
other spices. Not boiled! No
filler! Mild or tart flarors.
5c Deposit oil Jars
At Fred Meyer Grocery ...
Dept. '
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