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A The OREGON STATESMAN, SaTeny ' Oregon, Sunday Morninif, October 22, 1933c
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Sunday ''SpciteQubsand'. Music Pageiof The -Statesmdn
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To Convene Tuesday
''' For State Meet
SALEM will be host to 400 delegates from all parts of the
state for a three-day conference of the Oregon Congress
of Parents and Teachers starting Tuesday, October 24. Ses
sions will be held in the First Presbyterian church.
-Mrs. William T. Brice, state president, will preside at
most of the business meetings.
An an usual feature of the con0
ference -win be the children'
"Pageant of the Nations' under
the direction ol Miss Gretchen
Kreamer. Miss Carlotta Crowley,
Miss Dorothy Taylor and Mrs.
Dorothy Daugherty are assisting
Miss Kreamer. All the participants
will be dressed la costumes of
the countries they represent and
will sins native folk songs. The
pageant la an event of Tuesday
night at 7:46 o'clock. Seventy
two .pupils tritfsx -Lincoln. McKin
ley and Lenlia schools will take
part. , -
Ushers for the evening sessions
will come from Leslie school Tues
day night, from Salem high school
Wednesday, and from Boy Scout
troops Thursday night.
The complete program for all
three days Is as follows:
1:11-1 B. m. Registration.
2 p. m Prs-cooventioa board meeting.
7 MS p. m. Opening session, Mrs. R. L.
"Pageant of Nations"
Music by American Lesion Auxil
. . Greetings.
, The State asd the Children of On
goa," Governor Julius I Meier.
Reception for delegates by Salem
T:S a. m. President's breakfast. Mrs.
Wn. T. Brie presiding.
Guest speaker, Mrs. Hugh Bradford
Secretaries and treasurers break
fast. Miss Alice G. Grant and Mra
I M. Shaw presiding. Guest
speaker. Mra B. I. Elliott
8 :3 a. so. to 6 p. m. Registration
Id a. m. First general session, Mrs.
Wm. T Brice presiding
Introduction of platform guests
Reports of convention committees.
Report of nomination committee.
Reading of revisions to the by-laws.
Reports of state treasurer, auditor
- and state bulletin.
12:13 p. m. Adjourn for lunch.
1 :3 p. m. Second general session.
- Community singing.
Department of extension, department
ctr public welfare, membership,
publicity, safety, citizenship.
I.:J p. m. "What Federal ReHef Is
Doing In Oregon," Mra W. W.
Gabriel. "What Is Happening in
Oregron In the Field of Child La
bor", Mrs. C. W. Hayhurst; "De
linquency," Mrs Elizabeth Neth:
"Dependency," Miss Louise Cot
trell. t p. m. Banquet. Dr. B. F. Pound pre
siding. Speaker, Dean Kate W.
p. m. Third general session, Mrs.
Wm, T. Brice presiding.
Music by Salem high school band
and vocal selections. Mary Elisa
beth Kells. .
"Oregon's Crisis in Education," C
"The Child and His Communltv,"
Mra Hugh Bradford.
:3 a. m. to S; p. m. Registration,
s , m. t :30 a. m. Conferences,
t a. in. to 10 a. m. Child training con-
ference. Mra Sara W, Prentiss.
19 ',m- fourth general session, Mrs.
Wm. T. Brice presiding.
Business session, revision of by-laws
and election of officers,
w " Department of health,
Mr. Charles Hunt director.
Department of Filial Hon, Mrs. Per
ry Johnson, director. 1
Common I tr Reposibilltjr for Pub-
f..iste.Hea'" Dr- V'roon Douglas
I.15 a. m. Character Education. Rev.
Henry C. Warber. j
School EducaUon. Austin Ijindreth.
Student Loans. Mrs. .a W. Wails.
1215 p. m. Adjour for lunch.
xvJXS general sesaion. Mrs.
Wm. T. Brice pnssidlng.
Community singing. C
Department of Home Service, Mrs.
Bruce Kester, dlreeSor.
1 isU1 IUfS1 on.it education,
s -O p. m. A Round-up for Health."
. ..Mr Hugh Bradford.
: P m. Question box.
P RI,?,lLS1trir ianD"' Mra Sam
Bella h presiding.
S1 Sith tneraI alon. Mra Wm.
T. Brice presldlrg.
- Wtluunette untvej-sitjr.
JTJTm r"1" 1'rt Education
"Substituting Construction for Ra
1 const nitln,," c;- A Ji .
Construction" Co jtr r -r
a MM? 11 m" HtraUon.
f "h 18 Conferences.
S S'Te"th aneral session, Mra
wm. T. Brie presiding.
RedM of minutes.
-iftlPrt of JUons committee.
?T,n1-rrhedf of the Rural
Child," Mra Ines Miller.
11 a. m. A wards in membership, stan
dard and superior associatlona
and etiaracter. education poster.
Repert of conferences.
Report of credentials committee.
Invltallans for 1934 regional confer
Invitations for 1935 biennial coiv
Installation of officers.
Introduction of convention commit
l!:sa Close of conventoln.
1 P. m. Post-coavention board
, Chapter AB of P.E.O. will be
entertained at dinner Monday
night t 6:30 p. m. at the home
of Mrs. H. E. Barrett. 205 S.
23rd. Miss Helen Barrett will be
Joint hostess. Mrs. Harry Keen ey
of Independence will give a book
review. . - ;i
Jnt 8 Week Until
HTISS OLIVE SWINGLE was
IVI hostess to a delightful af.
A fair Friday night at her
country home in compliment to
Miss Bernice Schaffer, popular
bride-elect of Adrian Jacobs of
The rooms of the Swingle home
were attractively decorated with
varl - colored fall flowers and the
evening was spent Informally In
games and conversation. A feature
of the evening was the presenta
tion of gifts to Miss Schaffer.
At the coffee hour the hostess
was assisted in serving by the
Misses Gay and Evelyn Swingle.
Present besides the honor guest,
Miss Schaffer. were Mrs. Elvira
Gleasdn, Mrs. P. Rlckett, Mrs. TO
A. Swingle, Mrs. A. C. Sbhaffer,
Mrs. W. Follls, Mrs. A. Stollar,
Mrs. F. A. Hard, Mrs. Gladys
Burson, Mrs: O. Laird, Mrs. L.
Laird. Mrs. Otto Helnke, Miss
Pauline Heinke, Miss Ann Scbir
mer. Miss Carol Schaffer, Miss
Claire Swingle, Miss Gay Swingle,
Miss Evelyn Swingle. Miss Loretta
Kahler and the hostess. Miss Olive
The announcement of the mar
riage of Miss Schaffer to Mr.
Jacobs is of great interest to the
many friends of the young couple
in Salem and In Woodburn. Miss
Schaffer was educated in the Sa
lem schools and graduated from
Salem high school with the class
of '33. Mr. Jacobs received his
education in Portland setiools and
is now In business in Woodburn.
The wedding date has not yet
Magin Family Guests
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Magin and
family, Miss Margaret, Robert and
Louis Jr., were honored with a
reception Friday night at the
First Methodist church. The four
Methodist churces of Salem were
hosts at the affair.
Mrs. J. A. Mills Introduced to
the line composed of Rev. and
Mrs. B. E. Parker Rev. and Mrs.
K. K. Clark, Rev. and Mrs: H. G.
Humphrey, Rev. and Mrs. S. Dar
low Johnson and the honor guests.
A committee selected from the
membership of all four churches
assisted about the rooms. In It
were Mrs. Mason Bishop, Mrs.
Charles J. Lisle, Mrs. A. F. Wal
ler and Mrs. K. K. Clark. Mrs.
Thomas Holman and Mrs. Helen
Southwlek served, assisted by the
Misses Betty Moffatt, Nancy Mof-
fatt, Doris Sullivan, Vivian Wid-
ner and Margaret Deoge of Wil
The program was as follows:
Duet, 'cellon and piano
Miss Virginia Clark. Miss Clara Eness
Welcome Dr. B. Earle Parker
Response Beulah Graham
"Cooperation" ... Rer. H. G. Humphrey
"Brotherhood" Rev. S. Darlow Johnson
Miss Lillian Garnjobst, accom
panied by Mra S. D. Johnson
Reading Rev. K. K. Clark
Miss Garnjobst to be
Miss Martha Garnjobst, return
ed missionary from Iraq, old Mes
opotamia, will be the inspiration
for a reception this afternoon at
the First Evangelical church fol
lowing the vesper service. Inter
esting articles collected by Miss
Garnjobst while abroad will be on
Miss Margaret Ulrich will In
troduce to the receiving line
which will Include Dr. and Mrs.
E. W. Pettlcord. Rev. and Mrs.
Dean Vermillion, Miss Eftte
Grimes. Miss Garnjobst, Rev. and
Mrs. Victor Ballantyne and Mrs.
G. N. Thompson.
The refreshment table will be
decorated with bowls of chrysan
themums In shades of yellow and
orange. Mrs. S. D. Cooley and
Mrs. Arthur Engelbart will pour.
The public Is invited.
Sidney D. Jones has returned
from a five weeks tour of the
middle west and east. He visited
the Century of Progress and at
tended the world series game,
coming home by the southern
You'll Be Wrapping
Plan Now to Give a
Our uttermost care and attention
to every. sitting.
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Mrs. -William Kletzer
Mrs. Hugh Bradford
A BOVE are Mrs. William
H Kletzer, president-elect of
the Oregon Congress of Par
ents and Teachers, and Mrs.
Hugh Bradford, president of
the National Congress of Par
ents and Teachers. Sessions
of the Oregon congress open
Tuesday, October 2i, at the
First Presbyterian church.
First Affair of
THE Tillicum Dancing club,
composed of 80 prominent
couples from Salem and vi
cinity, will hold its first dance of
the season Tuesday night at the
Castilian hall. The -Harmony
Knights, under the direction of
Guy Albin, will play, and decora
tions will be carried out in Hal
V. E. Kuhn is president of the
group and A. A. Gueftroy Is sec
retary. The club will give dances
the fourth Tuesday of every
Members for the year 1933
1934 are as follows:
. Mr. sad Mr. AJ Aselpkion, Mr. sad
lbs. Carl ArnutTsnK. Dr. and Mrs. F. D.
Baylor, Judge and Mrs. Barry Beit, Mr.
and Mrs. L. V. Benson. Mr. and Mr.
Lief Bergtrik, Mr. and Mr. J. H. Brsdr,
Mr. snd Mrs. L. H. Brewn, Mr. and Mrs,
E. . Bareh, Mr, sad Mrs. John BrotJkr,
Mr. snd Mrs. W. J. Bsaa, Dr. aad Mr.
Anain Barter, Mx. and Mrs. Harry Col
lin. Mr. sad Mn. Bslpk Cooley, Mr. and
Mr. Lee Csnfield, Mr. aad Mr. Bs4ph
OampMt, Mr. nd Mrs. C U Ciidar, Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. Davidsoa, Mr. aad Mrs.
Sari Dan. Mr. aad Mrs. Elmer Das. Mr.
and Mr. J. T. DeUney, Mr. aad Mrs.
Urant Day, Mr. and Mrs. aarl DeMsris,
Mr. and Mr. L. B. Endieott, Mt. aad
Mrs. Earl nher. Mr. aad Mrs. Ed Gab
riel, Mr. snd Mrs. LeRoy Sard, Dr. sad
Mr. A. W. ehttseh Mr. aad Mrs. Bos
Goodman, Mr. snd Mr. A. A. eoeifrey,
Mr. and Mr. Albert Gr, Dr. and ttrv
V. E. Ueckett, Mr. and Mr. Jeiepk A.
HarmsB. Mr. aad Mrs. E. E. Hill. Mr. snd
Mrs. Hewsrd Hnlsey, Mr. and Mrs. Orev
r Hiluasn, Mr. aad Mr. E. A. Hay,
Mr. and Mr. Boy Unrtt.
Mr. and Mr. CarU Johnion, Mr. and
Mr. W. A. Jahasen, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Knhn. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Knaa. Mr.
and Mr. H. A. Liets, Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Laabeta. Mr. aad Mrs Frank 6.-Myers,
Mr. and Mr. Don Madison, Mr. and Mr.
Irs D. Mix. Mr. nd Mr. J. W. Mick,
Mr. and Mr. W. T. Melloy, Mr. aad.
Mrs. V. P. MeXamara. Mr. aad Mr. C.
L. Knrmu, Mr. ad Mr. James - H.
Kiekolson, Mr. and Mrs. T. X. Keedkaa,
Mr. and Mrr. W. I. Keedhaat. Mr. and
Mr. B. E. Owens, Dr. and Mrs. O. A
Olson, Mr. and Mrs. V. 8. Pare, Mr. aad
Mrs. J. C. Perry. Mr. and Mr. E. K.
Piaiecki. Mr. sad Mrs. O. A Baymond,
Mr. snd Mr. Beed Bewtaad. Jadg and
Mrs. Georcs Bosaaan. Dr. aad Mr. 3. L.
Sean. Mr. aad Mrs. Hallis SaUta, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Seellar. Me. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mr. W. J. Thompson. Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Thompson, Mr. aad Mrs. 3. C.
Tracy, Mr. sad Mrs. Clifford Tewnasnd.
Mr. snd Mr. H. 7. Thomas, Dr. and
Mrs. Ceorre H. Tehrs, Mr. and Mr.:
Willi E. Vincent. Mr. aid Mr. T. A
DindUhar. Mr. ad Mrs. Harry Wiedmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Van Wieder. Mr. sad Mrs;
Harry Willett, Mr. and Mr. Tom Wal
ramott. Mr. and Mr. R. D. Woodrosr,
Mr. and Mr. E. V. Wooton, Mr. aad
Mr. Walter ZoteL
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Of Benef it
j N event of much Interest
, Monday afternoon is tho
' benefit bridge tea sponsor
ed by the Daughters of the
American Revolution at the Wo
man's clubhouse, at S o'clock.
Those not caring to play bridge
are invited to om for tea at
4 o'clock. Proceeds from the
benefit go to the scholarship loan
There will be door, prizes and
action and contract will be in
play. Guests are asked to bring
cards and accessories.
The tea table will have a rose
and pink centerpiece with rose
tapers. Pouring will be. Mrs. Sey
mour Jones, Mrs. William For
dyee Fargo and Mrs. U, O. Ship
ley. Assisting about the rooms will
be Mrs. John Carkin. Mrs. Fred
Rltner. Mrs. C. C. Best and Mrs.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar Is in
charge of the musical program
which will include vocal num
bers by Mrs. Gordon McGil
The social committee in charge
la made up of Mrs. Claude T.
Ellison. Mrs. John R. Allgood,
Mrs. TJ. G. Boyer, Mrs. Frances
Cornell, Mrs. Chas. C. Campbell.
Mrs. J. G. HeltseL Mrs. Seymour
Jones. Mrs. Edwin Jory, Mrs. H.
T. Love, Mrs. I C. McLeod, Mrs.
H S. Pinkerton, Mrs. Frank Set
tlemeier, Mrs. B. L. Steeves and
Mrs. Karl Steiwer.
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' SflVerton. The ' American Le
gion Auxiliary will sponsor a
card . party and tea Wednesday
afternoon in the legion room at
the armory. A small charge will
be made for each person mak
ing up a table. The committee
on arrangements includes Mrs.
Otto Aim, Mrs. R. D. Bilyeau,
Mrs. Harry Wilson. Mrs. J a n a
Cunningham and Mrs. Scott Mc-
The children's division of th
Sunday School Teachers' Guild
wlU meet with Mrs. D. B. Simp
son, 425 S. 23rd street at 7:30
p. m. All workers in cradle
roll, beginners and primary de
partments are invited to attend.
Monday, October 23
: V. F. W. auxiliary Woman's clubhouse, evening
W. C. Kantner chapter, Comrades of the Way,
supper and program, 6:30 p. m. First Congregational
charch. Guest night.
Study group, Woman's club at home Mrs. George
Moorhead, 780 N. Cottage, 2 p. m. Topic, "Holland."
Women of Rotary luncheon, T. W. C. A., 12:30 p.m.
Rebekah meeting, 7:30 p. m., Odd Fellows hall.
Chapter AB, P. E. O., 6:30 dinner at Barrett home,
205 S. 23rd.
Baraca Philathea Sunday school, First Baptist
church, business and social meeting, 7:30.
Tuesday, October 24
O. . S. benefit card party, Masonic temple, 2 p. m.
Sons of Union Veterans and auxiliary at home Mr.
and Mrs. John Bobbins, 642 N. Liberty. 6:30 potluck
Mrs. C. A. Park's Bible class meets at 1589 Che
meketa, 2 p. m.
Wednesday, October 25
Sophomore Mother's club; room 2D, Salem high
school, 3:30 p. m.
Sweet Briar club, home Mrs. C. C. Shaffee, Wallace
road, 2 p. m.
- Mrs. Ebsen drama class, Beta Chi sorority, 2:30
Thursday, October 26
Town and Gown club, Lausanne hall, 2:30 p. m.
Friday, October 27
South Salem W. C. T. U., Leslie hall, 2 p. m., Mrs.
Lydia Lehman, speaker.
Leslie Can Do's, home of Mr. and Mrs. Maon
Bishop, 1350 S. Commercial.
Of Mother You
: the Likeness
State and Liberty Sts.
THIS NEW TRANSPARENT COLOR
FOR LIPS . . no opaqueness) no pastiness
much smarter lines . more indellMo . and
oh so smooth and soothW to tho line!
1 a 1 1
Queens in Respective Fields ' . ,
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ON THE left is Miss Beatrice DuruJard who was crowned
queen of the National Business Show at New York re
cently. On the right Miss Mary B. Dew son, newly appointed
director of women's activities of the democratic national com
mittee, pictured at her desk in Washington. Miss Dewson,
who played a prominent pari in the Roosevelt presidential
campaign, was appointed by Postmaster General Farley.
Mrs. John Bertelson
Members of Hat HIbbard auxili
ary were entertained at the home
of airs. John. Bertelson Friday
afternoon. Mrs. W. B. Bane and
Mrs. A. T. Woolpert assisted the
hostess. The Hallowe'en motif was
carried out in decorations and re
freshments. A short business
meeting was followed by a pro
gram commemorating the birth of
Mrs. T. L. Llnd was a special
guest. Members present were Mrs.
Arthur Girod, Mrs. Jay G. Wood-
ard, Mrs. . M. Alley, Mrs. John
Seymour, Mrs. Mark Baker, Mrs.
A. Javil, Mrs. Charles M. Greene,
Mrs. K. Stryker, Mrs. Lulu Hum
phrey, Mrs. Charles McKinley,
Mrs. B. W. Walcher, Mrs. L.
Mickelson, Miss Betty Jean Weis
er, Mrs. Bane, Mrs. Woolpert and
hostess, Mrs. Bertelson.
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D isplay on
LnnHE Salem A.A.TJ.W. is spon
I soring a display of wedding
at a benefit affair Wednesday
night starting at 8 o'clock. There
will be several modelings of the
gowns during the evening.
Mrs. Frank Spears has opened
her home on Chemeketa street
for the display and Mrs. Lewis
G r I f f 1 1 h is chairman. Proceeds
from the benefit go to the state
fellowship fund. Mrs. David
Wright is chairman of the fel
lowship committee. A similar dis
play was put on last year and
attracted a large gathering.
Music of the period of the each
gown so far as is possible will
accompany the modeling. Miss
Ruth Marcia Brown will play the
wedding marches on the piano.
Miss Frances Virginle Melton is
in charge of the music. .
Models include Miss Jane Reed,
Miss Charlotte Eyre, Miss Jane
Fisher, Miss Eloise White. Miss
Roberts Mills, Miss M a r g r e t
Sim ma and Mrs. William H.
The gown of 1854 is owned by
Mrs. E. C. Small of Silverton and
has been loaned by Mrs. W. A.
Merriott of Salem.
Other gowns and their donors
are as follows: 1858, Miss Ada
Ross; 1879, Miss Frances Cor
nell; 1881, Mrs. B. H. White;
1882, Mrs. George Lewis; 1884,
Mrs. W. P. Fowle; 1886, Mrs.
Prince W. Byrd; 18S7, Mrs. Bert
Ford; 1900, Mrs. W. E. Kirk;.
1906, Mrs. W. D. Clarke; 1906,
Mrs. B. H. White; 1M6, Mrs. C.
D. Sims; 1908. Mrs. Ira Darby;
1910, Mrs. Roy Mills; 1912, Mrs.
C. A. Sprague; ltli, Mrs. A. C.
F. Perry; 1921, Mrs. Breyman
Boise; 1922, Mrs. E. T. Brown;
192S, Mrs. Bert Ford; 1926, Mrs.
Hubert Reilly; 1927. Mrs. Milo
Rasmussen. Mrs. W. Connell Dyer
Is lending the dress of her mo
ther. Tulip and Narcissus
Planting season is here.
Quality is high. Prices are
low. Frost has killed sum
mer flowers. It looks like
rain. Order bulbs and plant
for spring flowers before it
is too late.
W. C FRANKLIN
Rt. 1, Box 35 TeL 52F14
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Miss Hamiick Married
To Arthur Olson ;
AT A QUIET home ceremony SAttirday afternoon: at th
home of the bride's parents Miss Both Hamrick waa.
married to Arthur Olsen- of Marquam. Rev. S. Hamnck,
father of the bride, performed the ceremonrin the presence4
of the immediate family.
The bride wore a becomino; traveiinp; sun or gray wooi
MR. AND MRS. WliiJii a j
EINZIG were hosts at an ih
i i.rr: ninner Fridar
AM - -
night complimenting Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Isaccson of Seattle. The
uninr tahln was centered with
a beautiful silver bowl of yellow
chrysanthemums with yeuow tap
ers in silver holders on- either
side. The eolor motif throughout
the guest rooms was yellow and
Bridge was la play during the
Bidden to greet Mr. and Mrs.
Isaccson were Dr. and Mrs. Prince
Byrd. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Sackett and hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
e . t. :
Bridge Parrj Given at
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil T. Golden
entertained with a clever Hal
loween party Friday night.
Bridge tables were set op in an
npstairs room that was decorated
la the Halloween motif. Mrs.
Howard Rex assisted the hostess
at the refreshment hoar.
Present were Mr. and Mrs.
John Marr, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Kletzlng, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A.
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Barkley New
man, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rex,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Acton and
hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Golden.
The Rebekabs will meet for
their regular business session at
7:30 o'clock Monday night in the
Odd Fellows' hall. There will bo
initiation and visitors from other
lodges expected to attend. The
committee of Luella Engstrom.
Daisy Hayden, Bertha Wolfe and,
Bessie Edwards will serve re
freshments after the lodge session.
MODE BEAUTY PARLORS
180 N. Com'l SL
Over Kew Pay' Takit
Tuesday, 730 p.m.
W have installed for the convenience of oar enstomera the
latest model Paramount Multiple Hair Dryers in our beanti.
fuL well-ventilated rooms. Best of fresh air at all times.
Have operators who cam give yo m finger wars that will
please, a haircut by tut expert who cam trim and arrange
the hair U yery latest styles.
To give yow an
enjoy one or all
at a reasonable
price we will for
a few days only
give 23 off oa
all beauty work.
Mother! Did You Hear
Mrs, EstEer Hagedorn, formerly with the Howard Corset
bnop is opening: her own shop in ' . j
THE BONN15T SHOP J
4 ; ' ' aOw Conrt StreeC ,1 , A
Opening Day, Tceiiay, October 24th
i FEATURING - t' ,
J- TTITIl I vutc. ttl
sories. The coupie were
tended and left immediately aft en
the ceremonjTjlor a Honeymoon in
southern' Oregon, They will be atr
home after' November JL in Mar
Numerous smart affairs were
given in the past week anticipat
ing the wedding. Miss Lois Bar
ker was hostess at the announce
ment party, Wednesday night.
Hiss Percie Miles and. Mrs. Thelma'
Bagley entertained with a shower,
and Mrs. John Craig compliment
ed Mrs. Olsea Tlfursday afternoon
Friday night Mlse Esther Cook
gar- dinner honoring th
bride-elect and Miss Imal Taylor.
ii centerpiece of yellow, orchid,
snapdragons and yellow tapers
formed the decorative motif. Cov-,
era were placed for the honor
guests, Miss Thelma Bagley, Mis
Wllma Taylor, Misa: Lois Barker
and hostess. Miss Cook. "
Salem W. C. Members
. Eleven delegates and leads otm
departments frojm the Salem Wo
man's rTtih nlan to motor to Mc
Minnville Tuesday morning to at
tend the Third District Federal
Han f Woman's Clubs. Those.
making the trip wUl be Mrs. C.
P. Bishop, Mrs. T. A. McBrtde
Hftea V.nla. McCullv. Mrs. Clifton
Mudd. Mrs. Milo Rasmussen, Miss
Helen Louise crosoy, Mrs. v.
Geer, Mrs. William Fordyce Far-i
go, Mrs. Seymour Jones and Mrs.
May Chance Yur Child's life
If one or more vt your chil
dren fails to an examination
or doesnt com up to your
expectations in school, t my
B K tmtir fault. An examination
will disclose the need lor cor
rected vision if that Is the
I: reason, ana may save wrar
lli inc glasses continuously later.
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Oar permanent waves are nil giTen front
experience, nsfng a method we think has
ever been beaten. If there ahonld be one
will have it.
the Good Newt?
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GUNNELL & IROBB
THE SMART-FORM CORSET SHOP
Court and ' Commercial Sts.
In The Bonnet Shop
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