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Tht OREGON STATESSIAN, Salecu Oregon; Tuesday Morning, February l 1934
League to Have
. ' Section
kN account of 'the limitation of
membership of the Writers'
section ot the Salem Arts
league and the large number of
persons who hare expressed a de
sire to Belong to such an organ
ization, it has been decided to or
ganise a. second writers' section
under the name of The Blue
Pencil. " This new section will
take Bp creative writing and
make a special study of marketing
needs. It will be under the leader
ship of Perry Prescott Reigel
man, one of the original members
fthe Writers section. Those In
terested ia, affiliating with such a
group under the auspices of the
Arts league are cordially invited
to attend the open meeting of the
league tonight when Col. C. A.
Robertson will Ulk on political
conditions in Europe.
Interesting events are transpir
ing In Europe each day, andCol.
Robertson, who has lived on the
continent for over 20 years, is
constantly In touch with excep
tloal sources of information, and
ni talk tonight in the auditorium
of the Salem nuW4e library is ex
pected to be of more than usual
' h This Is the February offering ot
the Arts league for the benefit ot
the Salem public and all interested
are cordially Invited to attend.
There-will be a short business
- meeting of the league Immediately
before the program, which will
begin at 8 o'clock.
The W.F.M.S. of the First tteth
, odlst -church will meet Wednes
day in the church parlors at 2:15
o'clock. Following the business
meeting, Mrs. P. F. Stolzheise and
group will have charge ot the pro
gram. Mrs. W. J. Lehman will lead
the devotions and miniature bio
graphies will be given by Mrs. T.
D. Tarnes. The mystery box 'will
be presented by Mrs. C. F. Breit
haupt and Mrs. Stolzheise will re
view the study book. Miss Ruth
Bedford will sing.
On the reception committee are
Mrs. A. B. Hanson and Mrs. B. H.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop jour
neyed to Albany Monday to at
tend the Lincoln day banquet
there. Circuit Judge B. F. Eddy
of Roseburg was the speaker and
Willard Marks presided as toast
master. Miss Rene Caplan has returned
from a visit in Grants Pass. Mrs.
II. I Waring drove up with Miss
Caplan. - ,
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Note: Office boars for the society editor are front,
10 a. m. to 12 noon and 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. on every day,
but Saturday, when they are 0 a. m. to 12 noon and
1 p. m. to 0 p. m.
Tuesday, February 18
Auxiliary to Sons of Union Veterans, at Woman's
clubhouse, 7:30 p. m., business meeting.
Past Presidents of Woman's Relief corps, at home
Mrs. Florence Shipp, 1630 Saginaw, 2 p. m.
Alpha Phi Alpha Mother's club in chapter house,
750 N. Summer, 2 p.m. ,
Music appreciation class of A. A. U. W., 7:30 p. m..
Melton studio at 481 N. Winter.
O. E. S. social club, 2:30 p. m., Masonic temple.
Sophomore Mother's club in room 2D, Salem high
school. 3:40 p. m.
Junior Guild, St Paul's Episcopal church. 1 o'clock
no host luncheon at home Mrs. W. E. Chandler, 1366
Chi Delta Delphians at home Mrs. George Lewis.
1180 N. Winter, 9:30 a. m.
Salem Arts League, public library, business meeting
7:20 p. m. Program 8 p. m.
Salem Credit Women's club dinner meeting, 6:30
p. m.. at Gray Belle. Res. at 4137.
Mrs. C. A. Park's Bible class, 2 p. m.
Ladies guild, American
p. m.. social rooms.
Woman's Missionary society of First Presbyterian
church, 2:30 p. m., in church parlors.
W. H. M. S. of Jason Lee church, 2:10 p. m. at home
Mrs. W. Spiers, 1435 W. Summer.
Leadership training class, Y. W. C. A., 4:15 o'clock.
W. F. M. S. of First M. E. church, 2:15 p. m. in
Mrs. Kbsen's drama class, 2 p. m. at home Mrs.
E. V. Wooton, 1065 S. Liberty.
tSSS Thursday, February 15
Polk county Rural Woman's Federated club meet
ing at Bridgeport.
Facalty Women's club at home Mrs. C. 0. Doney,
828 S. 12th. 2:30 p. m.
Liberty Women's club annual scholarship silver tea,
at 2 p. m., community hall.
Hayesville Woman's club at home Mrs. Wells, 2 to
4:30. Come dressed for hard time party.
Merry Mingler's club at home Mrs. Homer Vent,
2 p. Hi.
Friday, Febmary 16
West side circle, Jason Lee church, silver tea at
home Mrs. L. C. Hockelt, 1603 N. Commercial, 2:30 p. m.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary dessert luncheon, 1:30 p. m.
at home Mrs. A. T. Woolpert, 1197 S. High.
Woman's auxiliary of St. Paul's church, 2:30 p. m.
Salem Council ot Church Women, World's Day ot
Prayer at First Presbyterian church. It a. m. to 4 p. In.
Unitarian Women's Alliance 1 o'clock luncheon. in
Saturday, February 1Z
Little Light Bearers of First M. E. church, thank
offering party, 2:30 p. m.
n the Valley
North Howell Complimenting
Mrs. Birdie Bump Cutsforth and
her one month old daughter, Mrs.
Ruth Jefferson and Mrs. Helen
Wiesner entertained at the Wies
her home Friday afternoon.
Names for the new baby were
written by each guest and many
lovely gifts presented before the
lunch hour. Guest3 present in
cluded Mrs. Elvira Bump and Mrs.
Charltpn Bump ot Portland, Mrs.
Chafee, Mrs. Jane Dow, Mrs. Lee
Dow and Mrs. Caroline Aspinwall
of Salem, Mrs. L. R. Sawyer of
Silverton, Mrs. Elizabeth Cuts
forth, Mrs. Lucile Hagan, Miss
Markaret Woelke, Mrs. Signs
Woelke, Miss Emma Fitzke. Mrs.
Jessie Coornler and Mrs. wattle
Vinton of North Howell; Mrs. Guy
Dow, Mrs, Bernlce Russ and Mrs.
Vera Pugh of Labish, the honor
guest, Mrs. Cutsforth and the
Monmouth. Mrs. N. M. Min-
gus and Mrs. J. S. Fuller were
hostesses Wednesday afternoon to
the Social Hour club at the Min
gu9 home. The program included
a book review oi "Antnony Ad
verse." by Hanrey Allen, present-
led by Miss Edna Mlngus. Several
musical numbers by stuaems oi
the Oregon Normal school, both
vocal and instrumental concluded
Mrs. J. A. Churchill made an
announcement, of the starting of
a library in town, sponsored by
the Civic club and asked that
those who had books to donate
to have them ready for collection
soo. Mrs. Glen Rowelt ot McMinn
ville assisted the hostesses about
the rooms. ,
Kingwood Mrs. E. A. Sharpe
was hostess Tuesday afternoon
for the first o! to meetings held
this week by members of the Lau
rel Social Hour club. Fourteen
members were present- with one
visiter. Mrs. Frederick Birch who
assisted at the tea hour. As her
contribution to the Oregon history
study plan of the club, Mrs. B, B.
Flack gave an interesting talk; on
the resources of Baker county.
At a called meeting Friday after
noon at the C. J. Jockson home
the club quilt was completed and
will be turned over to the Red
Cross. Mrs. Arnold Coffell will
entertain at the next regular
meeting. Tuesday, February 21,
at the E. W. Emmett home.
Monmouth. The 75th birth
day anniversary of Mrs. M. J.
Russell was., observed -Sunday
when a group of relatives arrived
bringing well filled baskets and a
birthday cake. A brother, Jehn
Chamberlain of Portland, aged
80, whom Mrs. Russell had not
seen tor several years was an ad
Others enjoying the occasion
were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rnssell
of .Salem, Mr, and Mrs. James
Glover of Whiteson, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Russell and ,son Bert, Jr., ot
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bow
man of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Lay
ton Smith, G. L. Russell and Miss
Blanche Rnssell of Monmouth,
: Wallace Road- ? The regalar
meeting ot the "Sweet Briar" club
wtn be held at the home of Mrs.
Leland Wendt. Wednesday. Feb-1
Bunker Hill A birthday din
ner was given Sunday in honor
of Mrs. Ben Darby's 52nd birth
day, which occurra on Valentine's
day. Those enjoying the dinner
and Eocial good time were:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Studnicf,
Mrs. Claude Darby, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Peters, and ' sons, Elvin,
Norman and Leland of Stayton;
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Darby of
Turner, C. W. Stage, Miss Maude
Darby of. Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Louie Ray and children Lyle, Va
nita and Lelia; Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Barby and daughters Arlene,
Erma and Wava; Mr. and Mrs.
Harley Darby and daughter, Mar
jorie; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Shanks
and daughter Dorothy all of Scio;
Earnest Griggs, Sylvia Davis and
the host and hostess, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Darby.
Turner Mrs. C. A. Bear enter
tained Sunday, assisted by Mrs.
E. C. Bear for the birthday anni
versary of C. A. Bear. Dinner cov
ers were laid for Rev. and Mrs.
N. S. Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Bond, J. G. McCune, Misses Es
ther Cammack, Katherine Hawk,
Lois Gunning. John Hawk, Wil
lard Bear, Mr. and Mrs. F. O.
Gunning, Mrs. Mary Cammack,
Mrs. L. M. Small, Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Cammack, Mrs. R. M. Riser,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bear and child
ren. Eunice and Billie and Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Bear.
Liberty The Liberty Women's
club will hold its annual scholar
ship silver tea Thursday at 2
o'clock at the hall. Everyone is in
vited. A uilt exhibit will be feat
ured. Ribbons will be given for
these classifications In quilts:
best quilted, prettiest, prettiest
pieced top, oldest; boy's quilt,
girls quilt, prettiest applique,
prettiest silk, handmade bed
spread, oldest 'counterpane, and
prettiest baby quilt. Judges will
be obtained from outside the dis
trict is possible.
A program will be presented.
Pioneer. Margie Inmann was
honored Saturday afternoon with
a birthday party at her home.
The children who helped her cele
brate were Elmo Black, Virginia
McCarter, Alice and Trumann
Robbins. Donald Klnion, Lentboi,
Chesley, Naomi and Charles Con
ley, Ruth and Robert Dornheck
er, Leona and Lawrence Dlgby
and Gene, Willie and Frankie In
mann and Jimmie Coy. Mrs. H
Conley, Mrs. Howard Coy, .Mrs,
Frank Dornhecker and Mrs. C
Bobbins assisted Mrs. Inmann.
Silverton. The Triple Link
club will sponsor a 6:30 o'clock
dinner Wednesday at the LO.O.F.
hall. At St. Valentine party will
be the entertainment following
the supper. Mrs. R, F. Ren wick
is chairman . of the refreshment
committee and those arranging
party details are Mrs. F. J. Rou-
bal, Mrs. L. . E. In man, Mrs. Frie
da WaaU, Mrs. .Robert Goeta is
Hazel View. Mrs. W. H. Wil
liamson, Mrs. Alexander Sharp
and Mrs. William McCormaca
will be hostesses to Sunshine
Sewing club February 14 at Mrs.
McCormach's home, v
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Lincoln Mrs. . Arthur1 Dur
ham held a quilting bee at her
home Thursday afternoon. Those
present were Mrs. 0. D. Crawford,
Mrs. W. R. Edwards, Mrs. Louis
Eitelgeorge and small son. Louts,
Jr.. MrS. I Frank: Matthews and
Delta Phi Alums
A SMART benefit bridge party
will be given tonight in the
Hal D. Patton residence on
Court street by members of the
Delta Phi alumnae. Mrs. Hal Pat
ton la a patroness of the sorority.
Play begins at 8 o'clock so that
reservations should be made not
later than 6 o'clock at 6347.
A late supper will be served.
The Valentine motif will prevail
in decorations and accessories.
The tea table will be centered
with Japanese quince and red ta
pers with Mrs. Patton and Mrs.
Rose Babcock presiding at the
urns. Members' of the alumnae
group will serve.
Miss Bertha Babcock is chair
man for the benefit, assisted by
Miss Marian Bretz, Miss Beatrice
Hartnng and Miss Elizabeth Clem
ent. Olsons Honored With
A delightful surprise affair of
last week occurred wfcen members
of the Friday Bridge club and
their husbands dropped In to
spend the evening at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Olson.
Mrs. C. A. Vibbert won high
score at contract. A late supper
Those calling on Dr. and Mrs.
Olson were Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Vibbert, Mr. v and Mrs. Elmer
Daue, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Delano,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gleason, Mr.
and Mrs. Eric Butler, Mr. and
Mrs. H. O. White, Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs. David
Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Mose
Wallace Road. Men's night at
Willamette Lodge Country club
Saturday night was a decided suc
cess. Ralph Allen, Elmer Cook
and James Smart were in charge
of the 6:30 o'clock supper. The
women added a surprise by ap
pearing in formal garments which
dated back prior to their great
grandmothers' time. Special guests
were Mr. and Mrs. B. Flack, Mrs.
Eleanor Steiner, Margaret Sterner,
Mrs. Pearl Grote, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Buren, Mrs. Mar
ie Flint McCall, Mrs. E. O. Moll,
Mrs. James Imlah, Mr. and Mrs.
Mose Adams, Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Pettys, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Kim
ball, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Kugel.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gibson, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Gibson, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Henry, James Smart, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Utley, Dr. and Mrs.
C. L. Blodgett. Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Chaffee. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc
Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Hazel Green. Sunday after
noon Charlotte Van Cleave was
hostess to the Otterben Guild
monthly meeting and a miscel
laneous shower for Mrs. LaRoy
Van Cleave (Nora Rutherford) a
recent bride. Hazel Woelke play
ed a piano solo. Lucille Wood
will be leader for March 11, the
annual business meeting and elec
tion. The meeting will be held at
the church. The Guild voted to
hold four social meetings during
the year and not serve refresh
ments at the business meetings.
The nominating committee is Lu
cille Dunnigan, Hilda Slattum,
Many and useful gifts were
presented to Mrs. Van Cleave.
Swegle A Valentine party wag
given by Evelyn Soland at the
home ot Dr. K. K. Adams Friday
night. Guests present were Lil
lian and Lester Meyers, Edith
Bartells, Doris Vincent, Genevieve
Thomas, Warren Biggerstaf f,
Howard Whitehead, Edith and
Jack Oglesby, Ruth Sexon, Ron
ald Adams and BJarne Soland.
Pioneer Mrs. Roy Bird enter
tained with dinner at her home
Thursday with the following
guests present, Mrs. Will Cook
and Mrs.' Alt Cook ot Indepen
dence, Mr. and Mrs. John Rob
bins and Jack and Lary Cook of
Pleasantdale4f-Mls8 A d a 1 i n e
Spooner entertained the Pleasant
dale Needle club at her home in
Dayton Friday afternoon. Special
guests were Mrs. Lewis Nichols,
Mrs. Arthur Robinson and Mrs.
Henry Shaeffer. Mrs. Nichols be
came a new member,
Hubbard. Doris and Bob
Slauffer and Mildred Smith en
tertained a group of the younger
set Saturday night at the Will .
hall, the npper story ot the plo-
neer log house built by the form- ;
ers' great uncle. Dancing and
cards were the diversions.
Woodburn. The Presbyterian
Ladies' Aid society will meet
Wednesday afternoon, February
14 in the church parlors. Mrs.
Edith Badeau will be in charge of
the program. Ralph G. Alberger
ot the locol bank will speak on
government gold and currency
Prospect. A delightul sur
prise party was given for Floyd
an Lloyd Barnes in honor of their
birthdays. More than 50 relatives
and friends gathered for an eve
ning of cards, games and dancing.
A lovely birthday lunch was serv
ecTat a late hour.
The Alpha Phi Alpha Mothers'
club will meet at the chapter
house, 750 North Summer street,
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Hostesses are Mrs. William Kirk
and Mrs. George Fearce.
Kingwood Honoring her
birthday anniversary, Mrs. J. B.
Smith entertained at dinner Fri
day. Covers were placed for Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Edgar, Mrs. Ed
Sans Souci Club
Has 500 Party
Members of the Sans Soucl
club were entertained by Mr. and
Mrs." E. A. Pruitt Saturday night
in their home on Madison street.
Five Hundred was the diversion
of the evening,, four tables being
in play. High scores were made
by Mrs. William Moses and Char
les Andresen. Spring flowers and
Valentines carried out the decor
ative scheme. The Valentine Idea
was carried out in the anoint
ments for the Informal supper
which was served by the hostess
at a late hoar. i
Members present were Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Case, Mr. and Mrs. O.
L. Dencer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Au
ra an, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rains,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andresen,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Williams', Mr.
and Mrs. M. P. Dennis, Mr. and
Mrs. William Moses and the
The group will meet In a fort
night at the- home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lyle Rains.
A wedding of Thursday night
united Miss Ann Abersold and
Darrell Gilchrist in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ashbv. Rev.
H. C. Stover read the service.
The bride wore navy blue with
white accessories and carried lil
ies of the valley and gardenias.
Mrs. Lewis Mitchell was the ma
tron of honor. She was gowned
ip black crep'e made with organ
die sleeves and wore a corsage of
lilies of the valley and rosebuds.
, Mr. Gilchrist was attended by
Lewis Mitchell. A reception fol
lowed the ceremony with Mrs.
Robert Ashby pouring and Mrs.
Hubert Ashby assisting.
The couple will live in Salem
following a short wedding trip.
The Woman's club entertained
husbands of members at dinner at
the clubhouse last night. About
100 were served a bountiful meal
which had been prepared by a
committee headed by Mrs. Mark
D. McCallister. vice-president. Fol
lowing the dinner an interesting
program was given in the auditor-
ylum. Mrs. Clifton Mudd is presi
dent of the club.
Liberty. The community hall
was the scene of a Jolly time Sat
urday night when the Junior and
intermediate Sunday school
classes, losers In the January at-
tendance contest, entertained the
winners. A program included:
Song, Hauser family quartet; pan
tomime playlet, Marjorie and
Raymond Dencer; readings, Jac
queline Judd, Wllma Sargent,
Bobby Dasch. Rolland Cleveland:
song. Jack Mudd, Bobby Dasch,
Rolland Cleveland, Phillip For
ester; vocal duet, Tillman and
Giark Hauser; piano solo, Jac
queline Judd; song, Mary Sar
gent, Patsy Dasch, Jennette An
derson, guitar accompaniment by
Wilma Sargent. An impromtu
mock wedding was staged by the
boys class. Mr. Cecil Sargent was
The two primary grades, led by
Sabina Schmidt and Echo Sargent,
held a party Saturday afternoon
at the Sargent home.
Evens Valley A family dinner
was enjoyed at the home of Mrs.
K. Funrue Sunday in observance
of the three February birthdays
In the family, those of Mrs. Fun
rue, Ben Funrue and Ernest Rue.
Present were Mrs. Funrue, Mr.
and Mrs. Haleck Funrue and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Severt Funrue,
Mr. and Mrs. Jalmer Elleson of
Monitor, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fun
rue and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cas
per Towe and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Funrue and Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Rue and family.
An all day quilting party was
recently enjoyed at the home of
Mrs. Van Gorder. Pot luck was
divided at noon and the entire
day was spent in quilting. Present
were Mrs. Van Gorden Rose and
Dorothy Van Gorder, Mrs. Leslie
Olsen, Mrs. Arthur Buell, Mrs.
Parsons. Mrs. Ole Sunde. Olga
and Thelma Sunde. Mrs. -tTson.
Mrs. Foote, Mrs. Andrew Peder
son. Mrs. Will Arthur, Mrs. Earl
Verbeek, Rosella Verbeck, Mrs.
Moss, Mrs. Oral Egan, Mrs. Roy
Brown, Mrs. Ben Funrue and Lor
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What youngster does not learn
and love the poems ot Robert
Louis Stevenson? Here is a favor
ite one, developed in two nursery
pictures. These have been dsigh
ed to tell the story in the simplest
stitches, and are very striking
carried out in colors. Each picture
could be used alone, although th6
two are a pair. The pictures mea
sure 11 by 15 Inches.
Mrs. Kirk Luncheon
Mrs. Walter Kirk presided at a
prettily appointed bridge luncheon
Monday afternoon. Flowering
quince and white tapers were
used. Mrs. W. F. Poorman won
high score at contract.
Bidden were Mrs. H. G. Mai
son, Mrs. Ronald Jones, Mrs.
Poorman, Mrs. E. V. McMechan,
Mrs. Edgar Pierce. Mrs. William
Mott, Mrs. Karl G. Becke, Mrs.
Jack Elliott, and hostess, Mrs.
Mrs. William Esch was hostess
to the Carnation club Wednesday
night for a social afternoon ani
late luncheon. Present were Mrs.
Bessie Schults, Mrs. Anna Kert
son. Mrs. Clara Parrish. Mrs. Fred
O'Neill, Mrs. Geiser, Mrs. Ruby
Rockhill and the hostess, Mrs.
Miss Agnes Burmester and Miss
Marion Donaldson spent Saturday
night and Sunday at the C. C.
Burmester home at Scio. Miss
Burmester has been employed in
Salem for the past four months.
f The Hayesville Woman's club
will meet Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. Wells. Prizes will be
given for the best hard time cos
tume. Hours are from 2 to 4:30
The Woman's auxiliary of St.
Paul's church will meet Friday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Host
esses include Mrs. Russell Catlin
and Mrs. Frank Spears.
Mrs. Ronald Craven and son.
David, are spending the week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Craven ot Portland.
"Four Bottles Helped Me
Feels Fine ...
Mr four children were born close
cogeteer. I lived oa a farm with Iocs
of work to do sod I got alt rundown
so I could hardly go. Four bottles of
your Vegetable Com pound helped
me wonderfully. Twice since then I
had to cake several bottles to regulate
and strengthen me. I take care of my
boos sad children, do all my laun
dry sad do borne work for a garment
factory, and I feel fine and never get
tired. I have also osed the Sanative
Wash and it relieved my yn A
trouble." Mrt OmsS. Cr
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LYDIA E. PINKHAMS
The Medicine Grandmother Used
Tickets at Cliff Parker's,
Auspices American Legion
are Easy to Do
Pattern 631 (the winter' pic
ture and pattern 632 (the sum
mer picture) each comes to you
with a transfer pattern of the
picture, complete directions for
embroidering and framing the
Send 10 cents for each pattern
(20 cents for both) to The Ore
gon Statesman Needlecraft Dept.,
215 South Commercial street, Sa
lem. Hubbard. Tho Woman's club
sponsored a successful party Sat
urday at the Pythian hall. An un
usual wall vase arrangement, con
sisting of wild rose berries and
branches of evergreen blackber
ries, heavily laden with fully de
veloped, red berries from the O.
H. BoJe farm, excited much In
terest. Higbrscores for bridge
were won by Miss Sarah Nafziger
and Waldo F. Brown and by Miss
Hazel Moore and Elmer Stauffer
lor 500. Gift prizes were award
ed to Mrs. Elmer Stauffer and
Miss Merle Dimick.
Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs: David
Jackson entertained a group of
friends at a card party Thursday
nigni. tiign scores were won by
Mrs. George Grimps and Lester
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wells have!
as their house guests Mr. and j
Mrs. Waldemar Ross of Stillwater,
Minn. Mrs. Ross is an aunt of Mr. !
Wells. They spent the weekend at I
Dr. and Mrs. A. P. de Lespln
asse were called to Tacoma by
the serious illness of his father.
Dr. Frederick de Lespinasse. They
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Originators of Low Prices
PRICES CHANGE RAPIDLY
nowadays and we welcome this opportunity provided ns to keep
yon in closer touch with the market changes. We handle only
the best. We will not now, or anytime, offer our customers
an inferior grade in order to maintain a low price.
Prime Choice .
BEEF ROAST Sirloin Steak
You'll like the rich flavor and tenderness of these delicious
meats. Try one of these juicy cuts for an economical dinner.
Sugar Cured Fresh
a oc ib. 4 lbs, age
THE PAL 07HE PANCAKES
Pure Pork Pure Pork
SAUSAGE Little Links
H2l2fllb. US lb.
Country Style A Real Treat
SALEM'S ONLY MARKET
SCHOOL boys and girls, housewives, sales
men, business men . . . EVERYBODY
does a good deal of 'ScribbUng.' It's a need
less waste to "scribble" on the best papers.
So we've gathered up a lot of. our waste
paper, made them up into "scribbling" pads
that make excellent memos, telephone pads,
Scribbling Pads on Sale
at 8c per pound
There's A Lot of Paper in a Pound!
A variety of sizes, tip to 6 inches square. Please
hurry ... we don't think they will last long.
DIeta Phi Mothers ' V
Mrs. E. XL Gilbert innA r
noma to the Delta Phi Mothers
ciun Monday afternoon for a
charming informal affair. It was
announced that a mothers rinh
bad been organised in Portland
wun rs. Kay Landon as pree-i
Assisting hostesses were Mrs. J.
F. Ulrica and Mrs. A. L. Dark.
Members present were Mrs. Wil
liam McGilchrist, Jr., Mrs. J. T.
Wampler, Mrs. W. A. Scott, Mrs. -F.
A. Weil. Mrs. A. M. Chapman,
Mrs. Elizabeth Gallaher. Mrs. A.
C. Haag. Mrs. Speck, Mrs. Gordon
Black. Mrs. L. M. Unruh, Mrs. L.
O. Clement and the hostesses. Mrs.
E. E. Gilbert, Mrs. J. F. Ulrich
and Mrs. A. L. Dark.
Mrs. Ellis Entertained
Mrs. Clifford Ellis was the In
spiration for a shower party last
week at the home of Miss Virginia
Guests in addition to Mrs. Ellis
numbered Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. Pence,
Mrs. O. M. Van Vleet. Mrs. Com
fort, Mrs. Wilma Kurtz, Mrs.
Rena Waldorf. Mrs. Edith Need
ham, Mrs. Betty Dor man, Mrs.
Margaret McElmurry, Mrs. Laura
Scott. Mrs. Elsie Watry, Mrs. Zora
Elliott. Miss Pauline Routh. Miss
Grace Griffith and joint hostesses,
.Miss Gladys Hutton. Mrs. Cora
Van Vleet, Miss Marion Gregg.
Miss Hazel Ellis aud Miss Virgin
ia Van Vleet.
The Salem Credit Women's club
will have a dinner meeting to
night at the Gray Belle at 6:30
o'clock. John Knight of McMinn
vllle will talk on the Arctie pro-v
gram and will bring with him bis
"mllUon dollar" scrapbook. Re
servations should be made at
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Minton and
son, John, returned Sunday night
from a month's trip south. Their
tour Included southern California,
Arizona and the Boulder Dam
them a your
own mother did
extemmJljr. No dos
ing! Just rub throat
and chest with . . ,
351 State St.
UXDER STATE IXSPECTIOX-
the hostess, Mr. Durham,
Finley, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith.
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