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Tlit OREGON STATESMAN. Sate. Oregon, Wednesday Morning, Janaary 17, 1934
ews and Club Affairs
Jessie Steele; Society Editor
I Dinners Planned
; ! Friday
1 SEVERAL smart dinner parties
hare been arranged preceding
tba Frldar night concert of
I the Engene Gleemen in the ar
Members of Rotary will enter
taia with their ladles night at
the Illation hotel. Seyenty-f ire con
fplea axe anticipated for dinner,
4 which will be serred at s o'clock,
f Th table will be attractlTe vltn
Mae and yellow nsottt carried
"t out in rosea, narcissi and blue
Winiani McGilchrist. Jr., is
: chairman of the dinner, aaalated
by J. Lrman Steed and Err an T.
SmHb. The gronp will repair to
"Ithe concert at 8 o'clock. f
The Lions clnb and member
'wires and friends will dine afcthe
i Gray Belle in place of meeting tor
luncheon this week. They hare re
ferred a block of seats at the con
cert. t . ;
Miss Hoffnell Feted
A. mien -feted debntante this
"week is Miss Rnthita Hoffnell.
y-who leaves Monday tor an ex
tended risit with her nncle and
aunt. Major and Mrs. D. H. Allen
Teday night Miss Peggy
Goodfellow inrlted a group of
young friends to her home in
k complement to Miss HoftnelL
Numerous affairs are being
planned for the end of the week
by prominent matrons and maids.
Ih - Mondar night the Spinsters, of
i which Miss Hoffnell Is a mem
L! Ar. Mtertained in her honor with
a buffet supper and evening of
contract at the home of Miss Pris
ellla Fry. The serving table was
centered with a miniature scene
flanked by lighted tapers hi brass
Bidden in addition to the honor
guest were Miss Kate Corey, Miss
Margaret Corey, Miss Peggy Good
fellow, Miss Margaret Burdette.
Miss Jean Wilson. Miss Margaret
W i 1 s o n. Miss Josephine McGil
christ, Miss Iris Jorgensen, Misa
Kay Lansbrlgr. Miss HnriUe
White, Misa Virginia Holt, Miss
Dorothy Moore and Miss Prlscilla
Because of the serious illness of
C. C. Clark, custodian of grounds
at Willamette, university, the
meeting of the Faculty Women's
club has been postponed from
Thursday. The date for the meet
ing will be announced later.
Miss Helen Brelthaupt will lead
the garden club class at the Y. M.
C. A. tonight at 8 o'clock. Her
topic will be "Floral Arrangement
Wednesday, J armory 17
Woman's Missionary society of First Evangelical
church, 2 p. m. in church parlors. New officers in chairs.
Cadena drib, reception at S p. m., Y. W. C. A.
R. N. A. sewing club, at homo Mrs. Noyes, 12J5
Marion. Politick luncheon at noon.1
W. F. M. S. of Leslie Memorial church, at homo
Mrs. Anna Shank, 1S50 S. Liberty.
Lucy Ann Lee circle of First M. E. church, at homo
Mrs. Walter Spaulding, 1726 Court, 2:30 p. m.
Sweet Briar club, home Mrs. Charles A. Glaze, Wal
lace road, 2 p. m.
East Central circle. First M. E. church, with Mrs.
H. J. Smalley, 9S0 N. 16th, 2:30 p. m.
A. A. U. W. board meeting at home Miss Dorothea
Stettsloff, 1285 Court, 8 p. m.
Woman's Union, Temple Baptist church, annual
slectibn of officers, home Mrs. J. M. Cross, 482 N. 18th,
1 p. m.
Ladies of Jason Lee church, all-day meeting, pocket
lunch at noon, sewing and quilting, business meeting
2:30 p. m.
West Central circle. First M. E. church, at home
Mrs. R. K. Ohling, 1135 N. Fourth, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, January 18
The Hayesville Woman's club meets at home of
Mrs. Davey Willns, 2 to 4:30 o'clock.
Merry Minglers club, at home Mrs. C. L. Snyder,
2 p. m.
Liberty Women's club at home of Mrs. C. W. Sta
cey, all day quilting.
Aid society, W. R. C, at fairgrounds, all-day meet
ing with petluck luncheon at noon.
O. N. S. club with Miss Dorothy Taylor at Ambas
Woman's Benefit association, practice lor Installa
tion and regular meeting. 7:30 p. m. at K. P. hall.
Capital assembly. Artisans, potluck dinner, 6:30
p. m.. Fraternal temple. Drill team to be organised.
Silver tea, given by ladies of First Congregational
church, at home Mrs. W. E. Hanson, 820 N. Church.
Mrs. J. J. Roberts, speaker. 2:30 p. in.
Friday, January 19
Unitarian Woman's Alliance Isncheon in Emerson
room. 1 p. m.
Calvary Baptist missionary society, at 2:30 p. m. at
home of Mrs. W. C. Pickens, 140 N. 17th street.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary social at home Mrs. Eliz
abeth Greene, 1815 South Church, 2 p. m.
Saturday, January 20
King's Herald, First M. E. church, at home Mrs.
A. A. Lee, 1515 State, 2 to 4 p. m.
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Mrs. Roberts to Give
Mrs, John J. Roberts will pre
side at a smartly appointed lunch
eon this afternoon at the Marion
hotel. The afternoon will be
spent at contract.
Bidden are Mrs. Harry din
ger, Mrs. James Linn, Mrs. Keith
Powell, Mrs. Arthur Rahn, Mrs.
Connell Dyer, Mrs. Ercel Kay,
Mrs. Henry Meyers, Mrs. Fritt
Slade, Mrs. H. M. Hawkins, Mrs.
Frank Snedecor, Mrs. George
Rodgers, Mrs. John McNary, Mrs.
Oliver Locke. Mrs. William Wal
ton. Mrs. David Eyre and hostess,
Mrs. LeFurgy Honors
Mrs. Margaret LeFurgy will
preside at a bridge luncheon this
afternoon in honor of the Town
and Country club, In her home on
Mrs. Homer Smith, Jr., will be
a special guest, vino memDers
bidden are Mrs. Clarence Keene
of Sllverton. Mrs. Carl Steiwer of
Jefferson, Mrs. Romeo Gonlet,
Mrs. Homer Smith, Sr., Mrs. Ho
mer Goulet, Mrs. George A.
White, Mrs. William McGilchrist.
Jr.. and hostess, Mrs. Margaret
Mrs. Hendrie Feted
Mrs. George T. Hendrie of
Snohomish, Wash., is a guest at
the home of her son Don Hendrie.
She will remain in Salem for an
This afternoon Mrs. Ralph Cur
tis has invited a dozen matrons to
her home in south Salem in honor
of Mrs. Hendrie. Calling hours are
between 2:30 and 4 o'clock. Ice
berries and holly will provide the
Snnday Mrs. Don Hendrie en
tertained at dinner for her house
guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Curtis
and daughters Miss Jean and Miss
Carolyn were additional guests.
The South Circle of the First
Christian church met at the home
of Mrs. F. C. Riley Tuesday after
noon. Mrs. Riley, Mrs. J. B.
Penny and Mrs. C. R. Monk were
the hostesses. Twenty were in at
tendance, four of whom became
Elks Tourney Prizes
Winners in Monday night's con
tract bridge tournament conduct
ed at the Elks clnb were an
nounced yesterday by Mrs. Carl
Armstrong as follows:
North and south: first, Mrs
Hoills Huntington and Mrs. Wal
ter Barsch; second. Dr. and airs
J. K. Albrich.
East and west: first, Mr. and
Mrs. Olirer Huston; second, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Madison. -
Score sheets are on display at
the Elks club for all four tourneys
played. There will be four more
on the succeeding Monday nights
Buffet Supper Given
By ANNE ADAMS
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28. 46 and 42. Size 16 takes 3
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Miss Ruth Bedford and Mrs
Honaia u raven entertained a
group of young people Snnday
night in the Craven residence fol
lowing a concert given at the
West Salem M. E. church.
A buffet supper was served to
members of the chorus and their
Bidden were Miss Lois Steinke,
Miss Hazel Shutt, Misa Ida Mc
Neil. Miss Eleanor Moore, Miss
Bertha Preul, Mrs. V. A. Douglas,
Miss Bedford, Paul Tyler, Arnold
Taylor, Ronald Hewitt, Leo Spitz
bart, Charles Spitzbart, Richard
Barton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Silver Tea Scheduled
Ladies of the First Congrega
tional church will sponsor a sil
ver tea Thursday afternoon, be
ginning at 2:30 o'clock, in the
home of Mrs. W. E. Hanson, 820
N. Church. Mrs. John J. Roberts.
recently returned from four
year's residence in Germany, will
talk on her experiences abroad.
The tea table will be covered
with a handsome lace cloth and
centered with a low bowl of yel
low spring flowers. Yellow tapers
in old crystal candelaticks will
furnish the soft light.
Mrs. J. R. Simonds will pour
and serving will be Mrs. Mark
McCalllster, Mrs. E. M. Hoffnell,
Mrs. L, O. Smith, Mrs. Herman
Ekerson and Mrs. B. B. Flack.
Dime Club Meets
fTHE Dime clnb will be enter
J tained tonight with a buffet
supper and evening of con
tract at the home of Mrs. Lee Gal
loway. Special guests will be Mrs.
Marjorie Galloway, Mrs. Hugh
Adams, Mrs. Max Carmen, Mrs.
Marian Adolph, Mrs. Herbert Olln
Of Independence, Mrs. Max Flan
nery, Mrs. Lorna Goode, Mrs. Sal
ly Hanlin, Miss Dorotha Cannon.
Mrs. John Clay and Miss Margaret
Clnb members bidden are Miss
Bula Bailey, Miss Gretchen Rine-
hart. Miss Bunny Miller. Miss Mar
garet Corey, Miss Margaret Simms,
Mrs. Ray Busick, Mrs. Ralph Kin
ser, Mrs. Vera Gilmore, Mrs. Se
phus Starr, Mrs. Robin Day, Mrs.
Joe Lane and hostess, Mrs. Lee
War Mothers' Social
The social meeting of the
American War Mothers was held
Tuesday afternoon at the Ameri
can Lutheran church with a large
Mrs. Matilda Nadon, president.
announced that Mrs. Mary Ranch
would be the chairman in charge
of these meetings during the
Mrs. Ranch opened the pro
gram by giving tbe origin or
birth of the Star Spangled Ban
ner and referred to President
Roosevelt's birthday on January
30th, and of the movement by
him toward endowing the Warm
Springs foundation for infantile
Replies to Christmas letters
sent to ex-service men in the in
stitutlons were read by the mo
thers, and musical numbers were
enjoyed. Several ensemble num
bers were given by Miss Brem-
mer and Miss Snyder of the Sa
cred Heart Academy and piano-
accordion selections by Herman
Mrs. Nadon unfolded plans of
interest for the coming year and
announced the following appoint
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Ada Skiff; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs.
Amanda MoTtencop; color bearers.
Mrs. Minnie Humphreys and Mrs,
Ida. Tragllo; auditor and pari!
mentarian, Mrs. Marguerite Elli
committees appointted were:
Magazine, Mrs. Mabel A. Lock-
wood; welfare and child welfare,
Mrs. Sarah Peterson; hospitaliza
tion, Mrs. May Salisbury; relief,
Mrs. Addle Curtis; memory tree-emblems-markers,
tion, Mrs. Llzbeth Waters; pri
son, Mrs. Emllle Hendricks; gold
star, Mrs. Nettle Myers; finance
and membership, Mrs. Myrtle
Littlefield. Mrs. Effie Mudd and
Mrs. Addle Mills; funerals and
visiting, Mrs. Jennie Martin; so
cial. Mrs. Mary Ranch, Mrs. Sarah
Hobson and Mrs. Rose Hagadorn;
flower, Mrs. Linnie Lee.
The rooms were decorated with
flags and greenery.
At the closing hour refresh
ments were served with Mrs
Clara Farmer and Mrs. Mary
Those assisting were Mrs. Eml
lie Hendricks, Mrs. Laura George,
Mrs. Katherine Bernardl, Mrs. Su
sie Balderee and Mrs. Sarah Hob
A ray party honoring the birth
day anniversaries of eight mem
bers was held by the McCormick
class of the First M. E. church
Tuesday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Scott. The evening
was spent In games and a late buf
fet supper was served. The table
was centered with a four-tiered
cake embellished with the names
of the honor guests.
Those- celebrating birthdays In
January included John Marr, Jr.,
Mrs. H. D. McMIllin, Mrs. F. L.
Odom, B. A. Newman, Mrs. Wade
Ems, Marion Curry, Paul Acton
and Harry Scott.
Those bidden included Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Schimberg, Rev. and
Mrs. B. E. Parker. Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Schreiber. Dr. and Mrs.
George Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Foster
Odom. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Curry,
Mr. and Mrs. John Marr, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Acton, Mr. and Mrs.
Waldo Marsters, Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Voight, Mr. and Mrs. Har
old McMillin, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Kletzin g, Mr. and Mrs. John Rob
inson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Newman,
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Golden, ProL
and Mrs. Herbert Rahe, Mr. and
Mrs. Emmett Welling, Prof, und
Mrs. Cecil Monk, Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Mayo. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W.
Morse, Prof, and Mrs. Roy Lock
enour. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Neet,
Mr. and Mrs. Wade-Ellis, Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Ullakko and the
hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott.
Rebekahs Meet With
The new officers of Salem Re-
bekah lodge held their first meet
ing Monday in the Odd Fellows
hall with a good attendance of
members. The standing commit
tees for the current term are:
Finance committee, Flora Turn
bull, Sarah Lee and Edith Mc-
Elroy; press correspondent, Gwen
dolyn Hubbard; good of order
committee. Helen McElroy and
Jessie Beatty; parliament, Alma
Officers of Salem Rebekah I
lodge No. 1 and Chemeketa lodge ;
No. 1, were jointly installed last
week by the district deputy presl- j
dent. Coral McNeill, of the Re
bekahs, and James Smith, Jr., of
Chemeketa lodge. The lodge hall
was very beautifully decorated
with greenery and pussy-willows.
Elsie Townsend and Gus Erickson
acted as the grand marshals.
Evelyn Bremmer and U. F. Nel
derhouser we're the retiring noble
The new officers are Bessie W.
Edwards, noble grand; Verda
Olmsted, .vice-grand ; Eugenia
Siegmund, recording secretary;
Elsie Townsend, finance secre
tary; Lor a McGee, treasurer;
Ruth Harbangh, warden; Daisy
Hayden, conductor; Evelyn Hese
man, chaplain; A r d o n a Pratt,
O.G.; Blanche Neimier, I.G.;
Pearl Swanson, musician; Ivia
dene Hubbard, R.S.N.G.; Myrtle
McClay, L.S.N.G.; Ella Smith.
R.S.V.G.; Nettie Williamson. L. S.
V. G.; Grace M. Taylor sang the
Officers of Chemeketa lodge
are: J. d Formick, N.G.; L. A.
Scheelar, V.G.; Amos Vass, sec
retary; W. M. Siegmund, treasur
er; Glenn Moored, conductor; Mr.
Underwood, warden; Joe Beatty,
chaplain; Wra. Moses, I.G.; B. F.
Adams, O.G Jim Smith, R. S. N.
G.; A. J. Burns, L.S.N.G.; John
Groves, R.S.V.G.; George Nader
man, L.S.V.G.; Dick Carlson, mu
n the Valley
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Dean Dahl Hostess
The Altrusa club met Mopday
night at Lausanne hall with Dean
Olive M. Dahl as hostess. Miss
Frances Virginie Melton will en
tertain the group at luncheon
The Salem Altrusa club, a
member of the oldest national
service organization for women,
has been established here for
three years. Its purpose is to fur
ther vocational guidance, and the
local group cooperates with Dean
Dahl's class in this subject at
Willamette university by conduct
ing an open forum once a month
before the class, at which time
one member from the club pre
sents her vocation and how she
came to choose the work.
The Salem club has started a
scholarship fund to be used in
helping advanced students from
among its membership. Officers
are: Miss Teresa Davis, president;
Miss Alta Kershner, secretary;
and Dean Olive M. Dahl, treas
The Three Link club met for
a business and social afternoon
Friday at 2:30 o'clock in the
club rooms of the Odd Fellows'
hall. The new officers, Ardona
Pratt, president: Jessie Moored,
vice-president; Evelyn Bremmer,
secretary -treasurer, were in
charge of the meeting. The com
mittee of Edith McElroy, Carrie
Jennings and Alma Henderson
served refreshments in the dining
room on tables that were decorat
ed with red carnations and
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Artisans to Organize
Capital Assembly of Artisans
will held a potluck dinner Thurs
day night at the Fraternal tem
ple, 6:30 p. m. Following the din
ner a competitive drtll team will
be organized under the leadership
ot Captain Art Felth. The regular
business meeting will follow.
Miss Anne Harbotchek, Mrs.
George Diets and Mrs. Ivan
Brown are in charge of the din
Miss Dietz Married
Miss Anne Diets, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Diets, and
Burton Walker, son ot Mr., and
Mrs. W. E. Walker, were married
in Portland Saturday afternoon,
Following the ceremony, the
bride and groom were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. 7. Tork
. Upon tbe couple's return to Sa
lem a surprise was given them in
the form of a charivari aneMnV
fanaal reception at the- borne ot
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bobey on
North Capital. They will make
their home here. ,
Staytba. A group of young
folks spent a pleasant time Friday
at the home ot Mr. and and Mrs.
Herman Darley at West Stayton.
The affair was in honor ot the
birthdays of Harold Pendleton,
Wilbur Lesley and Miss Beulah
Weddle. Cards and music and re
freshments were enjoyed. Those
present were Miss Louise Adams,
Portland, Misses Birdeen Toemant
Gertrude Smtih, Beulah Weddle
and Yaleda Darley and Messrs.
Wilburn Lesley, Fernando Smith,
Harold Pendleton and Ralph Sieg
Before tbe party Mrs. Pendle
ton entertained -at dinner for her
son Harold, Miss Beulah Weddle,
Gertrude Smith and Wilbur Les
ley and Fernando Smith. ,
Independence. A bridge party
was given Saturday afternoon at
the home of Margaret Eddy In
compliment of Mrs. Paul Robin
son. At five- o'clock a suprise
shower was given to Mrs. Robin
son who was the recipient of many
lovely gifts. Those attending the
shower were Mrs; R. M. Walker.
Mrs. K. L. Williams, Mrs. G. C.
Knott, Mrs. Howard Bennett, Mrs.
R. W. Baker, Mrs. J. H. Hart,
Mrs. C O. Slaper, Mrs. J. B. "Vio
lette, Mrs. W. H. Wood, Mrs. C.
W. Irvine, Mrs. R. W. Craven,
Mrs. George Rerley, Blanche,
the hostesses, Margaret Eddy,
Mrs. Lex Wheeler, Margaret At-
wood, Dorothy Young and the
Mountain Mew. Mr. and Mrs.
aiDeri Boumer entertained a
group ot friends with an evening
of "500" Saturday. Guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Ammon Grice, Mr.
and Mrs. William Schwartz, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Tansey, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Knower, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mc
Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yocum
of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gib
son of West Salem, Victor Lynch
and the hosts. High score was
won by Mrs. Gibson and William
Jefferson. The January meet
ing ot the Fast Noble Grand club
was held at the home ot Mrs. Ly
man Patton with Miss Frances
Coin as assisting hostess. Lighted
tapers and a basket of fruit
formed the table decorations.
Members present were Mrs. G.
W. Humphrey, Mrs. Grace Thurs
ton, Mrs. Lee Wells, Mrs. L. L.
Shields, Mrs. K. S. Thurston, Mrs.
Paul Smith, Laura Thomas, Mrs.
E. C. Hart, Flora Thomas. Mrs.
Hugh Bilyeu, Mrs. R. W. Curl,
and the hostesses, Mrs. Patton,
and Frances Goin.
West Stayton. A birthday
dinner was given at tbe Garrison
home Sunday by Mrs. Howard
Garrison in honor of Miss Vivian
Browning, Jesa Wilson and Ern
est Garrison. Guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Garrison, Ernest
Garrison, Chester Garrison, Law
rence Garrison, Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Garrison, Carroll Garrison,
Laurienne Garrison, Mr. and Mrs.
Jess Wilson, Maxine Wilson, Clin
ton Wilson, Vivian Browning,
Glen Browning, Marie Southwick
and Edward Hank el.
Sllverton. Members of the
Junior Woman's club will attend
their second bridge lesson party
Thussday night at the home of
Ruth Waterman. Friday night the
girls who do not play were given
a lesson at the home of Eleanor
Jane Ballantyne. This evening
members of the club held their
monthly social night at the
armory. Emalune Frazier and El
len Chrlsttenson were in charge
of arrangements. Tuesday night
of next week tbe club will again
meet at the R. F. Larson home.
Membership of Oregon's self-
help and rehabilitation commis
sion for the unemployed will in
clude in addition to the state labor
commissioner and the state direc
tor of agriculture, F. B. Harlow of
Eugene; Lloyd Wentworth of
Portland and R. W. Hogg of Sa
lem. The appointments were an
nounced Tuesday by the governor.
The commission was named un
der a legislative act of the special
session which amended the vetoed
bill of the regular session and
which, had passed over the gover
nor's veto. The aet would provide
a back to the land movement on
the part of the unemployed and
the provisions of the act to be en.
forced by the commission. An ap
propriation of 17500 was provld
ed to carry on the work.t
Charles H. Gram, labor com
missioner, and Max Gehlhar, di
rector of agriculture, were named
by the act. Harlow would repre
sent the grange, Wentworth the
board of forestry, and Hogg the
public at large.
1 ins ISIS
Mid-year Methodist raUlea win
be held for the Salem district
churches at Eugene, February 21
. na at First Church in
Salem, February 22 and 23, Dr.
Louis Magin, district superinten
dent, announced yesterday. East-
em leaaers of the church will
be the feature speakers, includ
ing Dr. R. E. Diffendorfer, New
York, of the foreign board; Dr.
M. A. Dawber, Philadelphia, of
the home board, and Dr. W. S.
Bovard, Chicago, ot the board of
The resident bishop, Titus
Lowe of Portland, will also speak.
At both Eugene aad Salem, only
an evening session win be belt
the first day, but the second, aa
all-day meeting will be- held J
Mr. Magia says he has receiv
ed reports from every charge but
one in his entire district that holy
communion was administered in
the church the first Sunday in
the new year.
Protesting the ballot title in the
proposal for an initiative constitu
tional amendment relative to
healing arts profession was un
fair and waa designed to nullify
the 1933 basic science law, the
Oregon State Medical society and
Thomas Wayne Watts Tuesday ap
pealed from the ballot title to the
state supreme court.
The short title of the initiative,
as prepared by the attorney gen
eral stated the amendment would
provide "separate examining
boards for the respective healing
arts professions; forbidding gov
ernmental agencies contracting
for healing service to paying bene
ficiaries, limiting free choice of
Tbe plaintiffs in the action,
charged the title was "unfair,
misleading, inaccurate, prejudic
ed, argumentative and exceedingly
deceptive by reason of the inclu
sion of the phrase in the long
title 'declaring a public policy to
promote competition and prevent
monopolies in the healing arts.' "
A 100 per cent assessment 00
stockholders of the First National
Bank of Albany, insolvent, was
ordelted this week by J. F. T.
O'Conner, comptroller of banks,
Washington, D. C. The bank, now
In liquidation and in charre of
C. C. Bryant, had capital stock of
3125,000. The assessment is pay
able to the receiver on or before
February 18, 1934, but a 35 per
cent payment by that date win
enable the shareholder to make
his payments in three equal in
stallments pp to May 16 of this
year. Whether a similar assess
ment win be ordered on First Na
tional bank shareholders here
will not be known until a further
survey of assets of that bank, new
in liquidation, is completed by the
On Trade Council
Work Done Early
Assessment rolls for collection
of the 1934 taxes in this county
will be ready to turn over to tbe
sheriff's office about February
13, Tad Shelton, deputy in the
assessor's office, estimated yester
day. This date is tentative due to
the great amount ot work neces
sary to extend the rolls. There
are about 30,000 individual as
sessments made in the county
with an average of four levies to
be computed and extended against
each tax. The rolls' were not turn
ed over until March 9 last year
but this year will see the assess
ment extensions completed earlier
since the first quarter's taxes wITi
be due by March lb.
Edward Schunke, president of
the Salem Retail Grocers' asso
ciation, was elected by that or
ganization at the chamber of
commerce Monday night as its
representative on the Salem Re
tail Trade council to be organised
shortly , to administer the retail
trade code under the,NRA. Pro
visions of the code and operation
of the trade council to be known
as the LRTC were outlined by
William P. Ellis, local NRA gen
eral and president of the cham
ber of commerce.
Junior Artisans will entertain
members and guests Thursday
night with a birthday party social
and dance. Games for the younger
members and dancing will be en
Joyed. Information on the party
may be secured from Mrs. E. A.
Park Shrubs Far
Ahead of Season
Trees and shrubs in Willson
park here are advanced as far as
customary for mid-spring, Frank
J. Kluck, superintendent, said
yesterday. In trimming some ma
ple and birch trees this week he
found the sap running as though
the season were May. Shrubs are
sending out their early leaf buds.
Kluck is fearful dally of a fseeze
which would do great damage to
the park. On the other hand, if
the winter stays mild, spring will
bring the trees and shrubs out
Lack of License
Cause of Fines
Operating trucks without a P.
TJ. C. Ug and without a 1934 li
cense plate caused arrest of
George Barrett of Mill City and
one of his drivers, Ted D. Andre
sen. Each pleaded guilty and paid
the fines assessed. For lack ot a
P. TJ. C. tag, the fines were $10
each and for the other charge, SS
Waldo Hills. Dr. A. J. McCan
nel was the inspiration ot a de
lightful dinner party at the Edson
Comstock home, the occasion be
ing his birthday anniversary. A
beautifully decorated birthday
cake centered the dinner table at
which were seated the honor
guest. Dr. McCannel. Mrs. McCan
nel, Mrs. S. J. Comstock, Miss Jane
Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Stelnberger. Mr. tnd Mrs. F. E.
Sylvester, Mr. and Mrs. Edson
Comstock and Janet Comstock.
Cards were enjoved.
Sublimity. Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Heuberger entertained with
a 1 o'clock dinner Sunday for
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gries and
daughters, Muriel, Marcella, Don
na Lou and Margery, Mr. and
Mrs. John Gries and son. Ray
mond, Joseph Wiedner, Peter
Welter, Lawrence Heuberger and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heuberger.
Independence. The Yids Danc
ing club held their initiation
Friday night at Sloper's hall. The
evening was spent in merriment
and tbe new members, who were
in costume, proved tto be inter
New Deposits Had
By St. Paul Bank
A considerable amount of new
deposits is being received by the
State bank of St. Paul due to de
posit insurance, James E. Smith,
re-elected president of the bank
for 1934. commented here yes
terday. Smith said residents of
the St. Paul district had been as
sured by the government's moves
that their money was fully se
cured. He said deposits In the
bank now reached $150,000.
Smith attributed a considerable
part of the gain to the advance in
New Ruling Makes Labels
Liberty. Kathryn Beardsley.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Beardsley, and Harvey Olson of
West Salem were quietly married
Thursday morning. They will
make their home in the vicinity of
Liberty. The Woman's club Is
to have an all-day quilting at the
C. W. Stacey home. Potluck lunch
eon will be served.
Keizer. The Ladies' Aid so
ciety will meet Thursday after
noon with Mrs. E. T. Hall.
To protect the buying public, the
United States Food and Drug Ad
ministration has advised that every
package of cereal labeled "Bran
state on the label exactly what it
Before this ruling, even part
bran products were sometimes mis
takenly referred to as "Bran. It
was not easy for the purchaser to
distinguish between a cereal that
was entirely bran, or all bran with
flavoring; and another that was
mostly wheat. -
Kellogg's Aix-Brak is labeled
"All-Bran Deliriously Flavored
with Malt, Sugar and Salt," a state
ment which describes the product
fairly and honestly.
Kellogg's All-Bran has won mil
lions of friends because it corrects
most types of common constipation
safely and pleasantly. It furnishes
generous "bulk" needed to pro
mote normal elimination.
However, All-Bean is not a
"cure-all." Certain types of intes
tinal disorders should be treated
only on a physician's advice.
When yon buy a bran cereal, for
the relief of constipation, read tbe
wording on the package. The facts
are there! Make sure by askrng
for Kellogg' All-Bka-N. It fur
nishes "bulk" in a form for satis
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Licensed N. D. physicians. '
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