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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salen, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, May 23, 1933
H TULIP TIME IN HOLLAND, MICH, t
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. PLAYS AGAIN I
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464 466 STATE
Local Organization is Fully
8 Women Studying
Those who Aided In County
Community Affairs to
' Be Special Guests
i " " ' ' " : .
- A concert and recention are to
, r i r.
' ' A little known bnt notable fact
about Willamette chapter, Amer
ican Bed Cross,-which has head
quarters -In . Salem, : is that. It. la
I tajxte9gnUti by the American t
University Qf Oregon as having a
staff and organisation capable of
giving standard field, training to
students of social work.
'Standardization' of the 'local
chapter for which much credit
ides to Miss Thora V. Boeseh, ex
' eoutlve secretary; has ? made ' it
possible for eight women students
afc -Willamette . universitv to ob
tain needed field training to
round ont their studies of social
work theory' at the university dur
- lng the- present semester. These
students; four of' them 'graduates
and four undergraduates are do
ing : supervised social rehabilita
tion work among Marion county
They assist the family in budi
t getiog its' financial means, - work
. Ins out lta Individual, problems
and decide whether' or not the
family needs to receive county
,', relief. Once a week they attend a
class conducted by Miss, Mary
Anen, evocative secretary of the
Eugene Red Cross chapter and an
instructor In social work at Unl
; versitjr of Oregon.
The result is that the students
upon completing their university
and field courses will receive a
standard rating as trained social
workers, and will be so recognis
ed through the United States.
Identity of the eight students are
being withheld by Miss Boesen,
who .feels that public knowledge
of. their being students might hin
der them In their field work.
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It is tulip time in Holland, the land of windmills. It is also tulip time
in Holland, Mich., where, once a year, the residents of the quaint town
cast off their American habits and return to the customs and attire of
the land whence came their forebears to the New World. Here is a typical
group, pictured in Dutch costume, admiring the blooms to reminiscent of
old Holland. --..-
Drive For Y.W.C.A. Funds
Starts Today; Support is
Accorded by Mayor McKay
The second drive for a neces
sary $1800 yet lacking for the
running expenses for the coming
year for the local Young Women's
Christian association opens today
with a strong appeal from the
mayor of the city, Douglas Mc
Kay, to the people of Slem to
support this organization which
has become a vital part of the
civic welfare of the city.
Mayor McKay , has been closely
connected with welfare Bervice of
the city for the past several years
having served in various capaci
ties on executive boards ot the
various organizations carrying on
In 'accordance with the custom ,welf"e wor and from this exper-
ot many years standing, the V" lu".r..'
Woman's Relief corps will send .,;h ,
speakers to all of the schools In f auction in the city which cares
i !. .v- PjM. for the well-being of women. In
Salem on the Frid ay p Preceding
Memorial day The PWent of d nece8sary
the W. R. C. has announced her . . nlgiAflft h nnt re
appointments - to he various ped but rather that u bJ Btrength.
SCbOOlS as lOlIOWS. lTirt In, amnnnt Ka it small nr
Bnxlewood, Eda Traglio; 1aA flaf t. ,,,,!,.,,. f Sa
Grant; Mary Kennedy; Garfield, ontrlhllte toward ths
Maud Chittenden, Ruth Sayre; -mmint tn the
Highland, Rose Vorls; Keizer, Y w n A fn(.tiftnlnff as it
Emma Thompson; Lincoln, Mary I sfaonld. will be so much money for
Acaerman; iesue junior i insurance for a healthy civic con-
Florence' Shipp, Clara Adams; 1 dltlon in times of unrest.
McKinley, Sarah Peterson; Par-I Tne budget asked, by the
rlsh Junior high. Vera Glover, y, w'. C. A. has been small in
Effie Dunlap; Richmond. Bertha I view of the large amount ot aid
Loveland, Amanda Crum, Sarah I it gives and no one should fail to
Drager. Ido his bit to aid in raising It in
State school for the blind, Eva fUn."
Martin, Jessie Crossan; Senior I Salem people will be asked to
where girls bring their lunches; a
piace to rest for girls working
broken shifts; a place to read a
and write; a convenient waiting
place for out-of-town women.
The T. W. has attractive rooms
for elubs, classes and community
purposes. From 600 to 800 girls
use tne Y. w. C. A. daily.
The Girl Reserves, sponsored by
me x. w. u, a. ior younger girls
of the city, has grown In interest
and numbers. This year there are
10 organized clubs, whose pro
gram includes Health, handcraft,
religion and personal problems.
Summer Camp Popular
Summer camp last year was
used by 300 persons, and It is ex
pected a like number will use It
again this summer.
The Enclnitis and Cadena clubs,
both for young girls, are sponsor
ed by the Y. W. C. A. The former
Is for business girls, and the Ca
dena group Is composed of girls
employed In household service.
Gymnasium and swimming
classes are organized in coopera
tion with the Y. M. C. A.
A stringed orchestra for men
and women meets every Monday
for practice, and an advanced or
chestra for women each Thursday.
It is hoped the drive which
starts next week will be cleaned
up In two days.
Many to Solicit
The women who will work an
the campaign are: Mrs. F. A. El
liott, chairman of the finance
committee; Mrs. L. O. Clement.
be given tonight at. the chamber
of commerce for those who helped
In community concerts the past
winter. The. affair is open to all
who enjoy music and the public Is
invited; The program will begin
promptly at 1:18 o'clock. -. .-
Onas S- Olson of the American
Legion, will present the Haywire
quartet. - Helen Yockey for the
Zonta club will introduce Mrs.
Gladys Mclntyre Thomas In vocal
solo. For the Woman's club, a
trio will play, with Mrs. Clarence
Bowes, violin; Alene , Bremmer,
'cello, and Mrs. ' Clifton Mudd,
The Business and Professional
Women's club will be represented
by Mrs. Esther Hagedorn in solo.
Lyle P. Bartholomew of the Ro
tary club will sponsor two well
known accordion players, George
Hesseman and Frank Ylaslck.' The
Salem Kiwanis club will present
William Judson In solo.
The Lions club has ' 'selected
Ruth Bedford la piano solo for Its
representative and Willamette
university wiU offer a reading by
Kathleen Skinner. Dr; David B.
Hill's committee will be represent
ed by Charlotte Hill In solo and
Dr. Klnley K. Adams and his com
mittee will -offer a reading by
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WOMEN TO QUILT
RICKEY, May 22. The wo
men ot the community are Invited
to the W.- Caruthers home Tues
day, May 23, to quilt on the quilt
Despite rumors that she would cot '
compete in championship tennis
this year, Mrs. Helen Wills Moody
has cabled her entry for the Wim
bledon championships In June and
July, it was learned from London.
Miss Helen Jacobs, who holds, the
U. S. singles title is also entered.
Mrs, Moody announced she wiU not
defend her French title. .
donated to the community club
for the piano fund. There will be
a potluck lunch at noon.
AUMSVILLE. May 22. Com
mencement exercises for the
eighth grade of St. Boniface's
Catholic school here have been set
for Tuesday night. May 30, In
stead of the date heretofore announced.
Famous for Values
high school, Laura Mc Adams, I contribute any sum they can to
Mary Lickel; Sacred Heart aca-lcarry this needed work along. The president of the board; Mrs. Claud
demy, Hattie Cameron, Rose budget nas been cut to tne bone, Glenn, Mrs. L. D. Waterman. Mm.
Hagedorn: Salem Heights, Hattie land the kick-off luncheon at noon A. M. Chapman, Mrs. George Hue
Kennon; St. vincenc oe raui, iioaay is oemg p&ia ior oy me in- cars, wuiiam uanisdorf, Mrs. Per-
Pauline Clark, Jennie Martin; dividual members, ratner tban out cy Kelly, Mrs. C. S. Hamilton. Mrs
Willamette university, Helen of the budget collection. IF. M. Erickson, Mrs. Milton Mey
Southwlck; Washington, Jennie So far this year, more than BOO ers, Mrs. J. A. Brownson, Mrs. M.
Jonee. Mattie Schramm: West rree oeas ana many meais, sup- u. retut, Mrs. Kittle Graver. Mm
Salem, Hedgwick Moll; Yew Plied only in case ot genuine need, Ora Mclntyre, Mrs. Ruth Vers tee g.
Park, Bessie Martin, Cordelia La- have been given. Miss Loretta Varley. Mrs. D. B.
Bare: and Girls' Training school. ivmpiojrani aw uiven nm, airs. m. a. Ketlz, Miss Mary
Louise King'. Many women with children, take, Mrs. B. B. Black, Mrs. Rex
young gins ana agea women nave "avis, jars. L. L. Marshall. Mrs.
been helped until employment has M. B. Wagstaff. Mrs. F. v. Rrnwn
oeen securea or some adjustment i xaary rurvme, Mrs. B. E. Car
made. Credit has been extended to I rier, Mrs. E. B. Daugherty, Mrs.
those out of employment. I John McNary, Mrs. Prince Byrd.
Tne x. w. u. a. is tne oniv i "uss uorotnea stenninff nrr.
place In Salem where a woman or I Charles Laynort and KlotM whtt.
girl, stranded, can be housed un- I Various speakers are presenting
til she is located. I the Y. W. C. A. need to all service
Tne large lobby provides a place
elubs of the city.
80S DRESSES, odds and
ends such as rayon dress
es, cotton "dresses, silk
dresses regular values
up to 15.95, your choice
LADIES' PURE LEATH
ER HANDBAGS, values
up to $1.95. For this sale
HOSIERY, HOSIERY I
One big lot of silk hosiery
regular $1 values, but as
we are discontinuing
these numbers they are
yours at 2 pairs for ....
EXTRA! EXTRA I La
dles house dresses, all
guaranteed fast color,
sizes 14 to SC. Regular
l.9 values, while they
last, your choice for this
COTTON PAJAMAS, reg
ular 91.39 values, sun
Jamas, etc., etc., for this
sale, your choice
SILK DRESSES, SILK
DRESSES. Here folks, Is
a real bargain, silk dress
es, regular Values up to
S1S.75, while they last,
Prices Effective Twesday and Wednesday, May 23-24
1 lb. can
Valtoo'eo am E&eaolsr- tfc.- Wear?
Specially Priced for Dollar Day
Mil IS CALLED
SXLVERTON HILLS, May 22
The Sllverton grange officers
were In charge of the May meet
ing of the Silverton Hills grange
at the Grange hall Friday night.
Theodore Hobart, master of the
Silverton' group presided and
Mrs. Karl Haberly was In charge
of the lecture hour. Mr. Hobart
mad a report on. the grange
aAHfkMl It alii sat A than mrmm 1
time ao. He was also In charge "Ctttu ou"u' "v luo
ot a eomedv paper in which the Claude A; "Jock" Lucas. 48,
audience assisted in - supplying l well-known statehouse news cor
some of the words. Other num-j re8IM)ndel,t and magazine writer.
JlZ3A W home at 840 Saginaw
g l aaiat vuuaiavcu va. sa w i
Graage- by George Isrealson, in-t"et. nere.
strtmental musical numbers byl Lucas had suffered an In flu en-
Mr. Iirealson; readings by Otto .a. attack a number of weeks
Dahl and Mrs. Theodore Hobart b t h d been convalescing
st Mil rii rniinin, .i)ilKO DUl naa Deen convalescing
niMtlnr fruhm.x(, wm aarv.'! IOT tne last ICW aays. 111S COU-
ed and dancing was enjoyed. .1 dltion suddenly changed Sunday
Announcement was made of I and death, followed.
tne county Agricultural and Twenty years ago Lucas was
home economics Committee meet- j Salem correspondent for the
" w o9 neia ai union nm on I Portland Tele r ram and for a I
I Jn menW o open t time he had worked on each of
the local daily , papers.
Cake Flour sf5 SEc Qifc
' All Ton
4 lbs. '
o o o
9 lb. tack
o o o
Fancy Broken Rice
5 lbs. .
Every Sack Guaranteed
Save at the following Safeway Stores: We Reserve the Right
to Limit Quantities
No. 87, 162 N. Commercial. Phone 0169 No. 60, 1078 N.
Capitol, Phone 8020 -No. 610, 270 N. Commercial, Phone 0432
No. 78, 1027 State, Phone 0485
Positively our greatest coat event of
the year. Coats at $6, coats at $7, coats
at $8, coats at $9, coats at $ 1 0, coats at
$11, coats at $ 1 2, coats at $ 1 3, coats at
$14, coats at $15. All we can .say is
that these coats are all full silk lined,
every coat a new spring number. Every
coat a Johnson value.
Say folks, if .you really need a coat,
take a tip from us that you will never
get a coat at such low prices again at
Johnson's, as when we say a sale, we
mean every word of it. Seeing is be
lieving. All sales must be strictly cash.
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In ' recent years Lucas had
corresponded for a number of
magazines and had done consid
erable free "lance news writing.
Funtal arrangements had not
been completed ' late yesterday.
The body is at Rigdon's.
Lucas' mother, Clara Lucas,
widow ot Charles R, Lucas, and
a sister. Mrs.' Clifford Brunk of
Marshfleld, survive him.
Among the American society beau-
Has who will be presented to Kinr
Georga and Queen Mary of England
at f orthcominr royal courts - ia
ijwaongnam Jfaiaee Is Miss Kath
arine Lahin Parker (above). She
is the daughter of Major General
Frank Parker and is one of the
most popular of Chicago's debu-
Of Albert Prize
At the high.: school student
body election yesterdav Francla
Barnes was chosen from a field
ot three students picked bv the
faculty;; to receive the Joseph Al
bert award this" year.? Marie. Lip-
poia ana cms Detn Bmltb were
the other two students picked by
the faculty . s eligible for the
award. . - "
The presenting of the award
is based upon the progress made
in character,- service and whole
some Influence by the student
throughout his high school ca
reer. His ' grades must also be
For City-wide Dollar Day
This advertisement will be accepted
as one dollar cash to apply on the
purchase of any pair of shoes in the
WE ARE HANDING YOU HEREWITH
BUT YOU MUST SPEND IT WEDNESDAY
Values in Hats
Extra, Extra Ladies' brand new
spring hats, regular values up to
$1.95, your choice
RAYON SILK PAJAMAS
While they last, your
choice, 1.00. Colors are v
navy, brown, green, red,
yellow, flesh, etc., etc.
Sizes 14 to 20
ODD LOT OF GLOVES
Regular values up to
2 0K while thev last. Sr1
Ladie 100 Per Cent
PURE SILK SUPS
Extra lengths, these if
slips are really worth J V
$1.65. Our price "
38 SILK BLOUSES
Regular $1.95 values, ' ,.
odds and ends, while .
they last, your choice J
SWEATERS - SWEATERS
One nice group of sweat-. . ; ' :
ters, regular $1.00 val
ues. To clean them up T ..
quick, your O ' r; J V
choice - for -
Odd Lots of Cotton Blouses
While they last,
THl2 STORE FOR LADIES
i 464 - 466 STATE
f or ;
, - . . warn set. . -
above the average..