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The OREGON STATiSatAN Salcnu Oregon, Saturday Morning, February 17, 1934
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f At Ceremony
A' quiet wedding fnfihe par
fcnage of the First Methodist
church wu solemnized last night
it I o'clock, uniting Mlsa Bar
bara Amea,; daughter of Mn.
Pearl Ames, and Maurice Brass
field., - --T '
Rer. B. E. Parker read the ser
vice In the preseae ef the Imme
diate families. The bride was at
tired 1b i smart blue aalt with
matching turban and accessories.
- 8 he. carried pink rosebuds.' Miss
Willa Ames attended her sister
and Arthur Br&ssfleld b erred as
best man for the groom.
Mrmnd Mrs. Chester Foreman
and' Mrs. Ames, mother of, the
bride, made up the wedding par
ty. : , -
An Informal reception at the
Ames residence on Marlon street
followed the ceremony. After a
short trip to the beaches, the cou
ple will make their home In Sa-
Pringle Social Qub
Mrs. r. R. Clark epeaed her
borne' le the Pringle Pleasant
Joint social club Thursday for
an all day meeting;. Mrs. W. ..
Robins was- assisting hostess. Fol
lowing the, dinner at neon. Mrs.
E. G. Clark presided rer the
A llg saw puzzle contest was
held with Mrs.. J. M. Cobnre
winning the prise. . Additional
guests were Mrs. Harley Moon.
Mrs.' Ray Tocnm and, Mrs. Clara
Reese, :. , i:.-f... ... -
Members numbered. Mrs. J. W.
Keyes, Mrs. Clifford Jones. Mrs.
..William MeCarroll, Mrs. E. S.
Coatee, krx. J W. Yates, Mrs.
Solon Shlnkle, Miss Evelyn Co
burn, Mrs. O. T. Seeley, Mrs.W.
" M. 3oburn,t Mrs. Homer Harri
son . Miss Margaret Jones, Mrs.
George Guerne, Mrs. E! G. Clark.
Mrs. J. N. Robertson, Mrs. W. H.
Grabenhorst. Mrs. J. M. Cohrurn,
Mrs. A. Casslllins, Mrs. Rae Ura-
ger, Mrs. C F. Mumn, Mrs. Har
ry WvChter, Mrs. George Gra
benhorst and the hostesses. Mrs.
F. R. Clark and Mrs. W. R.
Robinr. - " .
The club meets again In twe
weeks with Mrs. W. H. Probst.
The Original Art section of the
Salem Arts League has engaged
Miss Constance Fowler as its art
ist leader. Miss Fowler has a B.A.
in fine arts from Washington
State college and a year of poet
graduate .work at the University
of Washington under MJss Helen
Rhodes and Walter Isaacs. -She
lias exhibited In Yakima and Spo
kane as well as Salem. . .
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News and Club
Mote: Office hoars for the society editor ere from
It s. m. to 13 noon and 2 p. m. to p. m. oa every day
bat Saturday, when they are W a. m. to 12 noon end
1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Saturday, February 17
Little Light Bearers of First M. E. church, thank
offering party, 2:30 p. m.
Salem Braneh A. A. U. W. luncheon meeting, 1 p. m.,
Masonic temple. Dean John Lands bury, U. of O. School
of Music, speaker. TeL 7206 for reset-rations.
500 Party Giveil for
Mrs. C. A. Ames was hostess
for a 500 psrty Thursday after
noon in honor of Mrs. Irene
Detchmandy of Seattle, who is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Japanese quince, pussy willows
and daffodils were used in decor
ating. The guest prise was pre
sented to Mrs. Detchmandy with
high score going to Mrs. Charles
W ri g Tr t . Refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Bidden1 to greet Mrs. Detchman
dy were Mrs. J. Goodfellow, Mrs.
Minnie Hammond, Mrs. Ed Potter,
Miss Mary Sheridan, Mts. M. L.
Rainey. Mrs. Wolde Baker, Mrs.
Charles Wright, Mrs. L. L. Mil
ler and the hostess, Mrs. C. A.
Bijotr Club Honored
Mrs. C W Heckman was host
ess to members of the Bijou club
Thursday afternoon. Decorations
and card accessories as well as re
freshments carried out the Valen
tine motif. High score for the
afternoon of cards went to Mrs.
E. J. Kerchoff.
Bidden were Mrs. J. C. Schaupp,
Mrs. N. E. Busey, Mrs. G. E. Self.
Mrs. E. W. Rutherford, Mrs. E.
J. Kerchoff, Mrs. E L Swift, Mrs.
W. E. Albright and the hostess,
Mrs. C. yv. Heckman.
Jolly Dozen Club Has
The Jolly Dozen club was en
tertained Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. James Clark
on X. Cottage street. Sewing and
games were the principal divers
ions. Several readings were giv
en. Refreshments were served
late in the afternoon by the host
ess, assisted by'-Mrs. George
Bress)er. . ... ,
- Guests numbered Mrs. Jim Ra-
mey, . Mrs. Errln Hochstettler,
Mrs. Leslie Ooscher, Mrs. Wayne
Mentzer, Mrs. George Bressler.
Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Gwynn, Mrs.
Cora Tan Pelt and hostess, Mrs.
Merry Minglers Club
The Merry Minglers club met
Thurrfay afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Homer Vent. Following
the business meeting the hostess
gave out recipes and a social' aft
ernoon was spent with refresh
ments served late.
Present were Mrs. J. J. Acker
man. Mrs. E. S. Barker, Mrs. C.
C. Colwell. Mrs. A. W. Fletcher,
Mrs. Robert Promm, Miss Orlle
Mitchell. Mrs. Allen McCain, Mrs.
F. P. Phipps. Mrs. Fred Scharf,
Mrs. C. L. Snyder. Mrs. George
Tharp and hostess, Mrs. Vent.
Silverton Eighteen members
and guests of the Silverton Wo
man's club met at the home of
the president, Mrs. J. Ballantyne.
Thursday afternoon for the Feb
ruary -meeting. Mrs. H. B. Lath
am gave the book review of the
afternoon,, O'Connor's "Mellon's
Millions". Vocal solos were giv
en by Ethyl Smith.
During the business meeting
Mrs. Ballantyne appointed the
following to serve on the nomin
ating committee: Mrs.. W. R.
Tomison. Mrs. H. B. Latham and
Mrs. LaMarr. This committee will
report back at the March meet-
During the tea hour, Mrs. F.
Glenn McDonald poured and serv
ing were four member of the Jun
ior Women's club. Helen Hall,
Elleanor Jane Ballantyne, Mrs.
Ralph Larson and Mrs. E. De
J Hayesvllle The Havesville
Woman's elab met at the home
or Mrs. Wells with Mr. William
Powers assisting. Mrs. Joe Teel
presented current events.. The
members were costumed - to re
present hard times. Mrs. D. Greir
received first prize. Mrs. Stettler
and Mrs. Robin Day, tied and re-
ceved second and third prises.
There were 28 members. Mrs.
Clark Joined the club, bringing
tbe membership to 33.
Mrs. Lyle Carrow and son Ray
were agreeably surprised Satur
day nigjst when a few friends ga
thered at their home to help
them celebrate, their birthdays
which occur on the same day.
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Macleay. The Valentine day
motif was carried out in the table
decerationa at the dinner Wednes
day at the grange hall at which
Mrs. G. W. Lamberson, Mrs. AT
Spelbriak and Mrs. R.XIlark were
hostesses to members of the 4-M
club. The meeting date was chang
ed' to tbe second Tuesday of .the
month, Mrs. Lamberson gave
groap of readings. A, . II,-Fnest
man told a number of-, interest
ing stories, Mrs. M. M, Magee gave
a beek review and short talks
were given by C. Baket, W, Fair
and Mrs, S. Draker.'' - -
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"? Victor Point, A pleasant af
ternoon Valentine party was tren
at the Victor Point school Wed
nesday afternoon, ;r ; v
M. E, Church Group
The Little Light Bearers -of. the
First Methodist church will have
a party today at the church from
2:30 to 4:15 o'clock. Mrs.
Charles Dunbar and 'Miss Mur
iel Jones will supervise the games.
The program, in charge of Mrs.
A. A. Lee, will consist of recita
tions and an exercise. "Shining
Candles," all of which have been
written by Ada Campbell.
Those giving recitations are
Janet- Miller. Doris Berkwick,
Audrey Aaron, Beverly Wads
worth, Jean Rowland, Peggy Rob
lsoa, Ellsworth Robison and Win
ser Acton. . ' -
Participants in "Shining Can
dles" are Van Moorhead, Shirley
Hill. Virgil Carl, Barbara Keyes,
Sally Lou Dunbar, Sarah Caro
line Morse, Jean Fowler. Marcia
Moore, John Lee, Bruce Moor
head, Robert Steeves and Claire
Valentine decorations will be
carried out. Hostesses are Mrs.
G. H. Quigley, Mrs. N. S. Savage,
and Mrs. Charles Dunbar.
Chapter G Luncheon
Chapter G of P. E. O. was de
lightfully entertained Thursday
afternoon with a dessert luncheon
at the home of Mrs. A. T. Wool
pert. The table was centered with
a bright bouquet of daffodUs and
spirea. guarded by yellow tapers.
Mrs. F. D. Volgt and Mrs. A. T.
Woorpert were assisting hostesses.
Mrs. George H. Alden related
her experiences in China and Jap
an and displayed articles collect
ed in those countries:
Special g-ueets were Mrs. Allen
Hunter, Mrs. Stephen Mergler,
Mrs. John L. Hollis of Canby,
Mrs. H. A. Green, Mrs. E. G. San
ders, Mrs. B. E. Sisson, Mrs. K.
B. Gray, Mrs. F. J. Tooze, Jr.,
Mrs. C. C. Gabriel and Mrs.
George H. Alden. Twenty.- two
members were in attendance.
Miss Richards Weds
A simple wedding ceremony of
Wednesday at high noon united
Miss Elsie Richards, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Richards,
and Charles Heasley, son of Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Heasley.
The bride wore a becoming
frock of pale blue with white
trimming. Mr. and Mrs. Richards,
Mr. and Mrs. Heasley, Mrs. Lydia
Hebps and Ellis Richards were
the only witnesses.
After February 22 the couple
will be at home to their friends
at 332 Water street in Salem.
Giese Home Scene
of Bridge Affair
A Bmart affair of Friday night
was the bridge party given by
Miss Wilma Giese and Miss Dor
othy Bell In the Giese home in
honor of Mrs. Chandler Brown.
Japanese quince and daffodils
were used about the rooms and
late suiter was served.
Bidden to fete Mrs. Brown
were Miss Maxino Glover, Miss
Peggy Goodfellow, Mrs. Clayton
Foreman, Mrs. Vernon Perry,
Mrs. Garlan Simpson and hostess
es. Hiss Wilma Giese and Miss
H.o 1 1 y w o o d A Vancouver
wedding of much interest in this
district was solemnized Wednes
day when M i s 8 Elsie Richards,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Richards o f Hollywood, became
the bride of Charles E. Heasley,
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Heas
ley, of 322 Water street, Salem.
The bride was attractive in a-
gown of light blue crepe de chine,
She was attended at the -wedding
by Mrs. W. C. Richards and Mrs.
R. E. Heasley who wore' gowns
of dark blue silk. The groom
wore the customary dark suit. El
lis Richards, brother of the bride,
acted as best man. Only the im
mediate members of the family
were in attendance. A wedding
dinner was served in the evening
at the home of the bride's par
ents. Present for the weading were
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Richards. Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Heasley, Mrs. H
Hobbs and Ellis Richards. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Heasley will
make their home In Salem.
Gates. Mrs. A. D. Scott and
Miss Gwen Johnson surprised their
pupua in Uie primary grades by
giving tnem a valentine party at
me rancor nour in the club room
at the school Wednesday.
In other words, your ten fin.
gers are as fast as your two
eyes. Vision is vitally impor
tant Yoa probably need
glasses If your speed Is be
ing: lowered, or vonr head
f-aehes. o-- -. . . .-. :.
Miss Miller Wed
To S. M. Bowe
Miss Mildred a Millar, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Mill
er, and Samuel M. Bowe, son of
Major and Mrs. D. J. Bowe, will
be married tonight at 8 o'clock in
the Delta Phi sorority house. Dr.
Robert M. Gatke will officiate.
The ceremony will be perform
ed in front or the fireplace, which
will be banked with ferns and
hare a long low basket of daffo
dils, freesla, and spring flowers
on the mantel. White tapers in
silver candelabra will provide the
. Miss Lillian Scott will sing "Un
til' accompanied by Miss Naomi
Hewett before the service. Miss
Hewett will also play the wed
The bride will be gowned in a
heavy white crepe model made
along simple lines with long
sleeves and a train. Her tulle veil
will be caught at the nape of the
neck with orange blossoms. She;
will carry a bouquet of rosebnds.
sweet -peas and freesia made in
Miss Bealah Cramer is the maid
of honor and Miss Elizabeth Cle
ment. Miss Marion Bretz, Miss
Falthe Sherburne and Miss Gwen
dolyn Hunt will be bridesmaids.
All the bride's attendants will be
dressed alike In white crepe trim
med with platted taffeta. They
win wear braided taffeta bandeaus
and will carry colonial nosegays
of spring flowers.
Willis Balderree of Grants Pass
win act as best man and Howard
Bergman. Joseph Felton and Jack
Grant will be ushers.
A reception will follow the
ceremony. The serving table will
be covered with a handsome lace
cloth and centered with a low bowl
of spring flowers flanked by white
tapers. Mrs. Rose W. Babcock and
Mrs. Lillian R. Hagman will pre
side at the punch bowls. Those
serving will be Miss Pauline Find
ley. Miss Beatrice Hartung, Miss
Betty -Mae Hartung. Miss Ruth
Chapman. Miss Lois Wilkes, Miss
Cynthia Delano and Miss Alice
Speck all members of Delta Phi
For her going away ensemble,
the bride will wear a navy blue
and print tailored frock, blue tur
ban and blue travel coat with
black accessories. The couple will
leave by train for Browning, Mon
tana, where Mr.. Bowe will prac
Miss Miller was graduated from
Willamette university in 1933 and
is affiliated with Delta Phi social
sorority and Cap and Gown honor
ary. Mr. Bowe is also a graduate
of Willamette in the same class
from the liberal arts and law
school. He is a member of Sigma
The' bride has been extensivelv
feted during the past month in
anticipation of her marriage.) Hos
tesses included Miss Beatrice Har
tung. Miss Elizabeth Clement. Mrs.
Robert Eyre and Miss Betty-Mae
Forest Grove Hostess
A group of ladies from the
Woman's Home Missionary soci
ety or the First M. E. church
Journeyed to Forest Grove Thurs
day for luncheon and a business
meeting with a group of that city.
Mrs. Ruth L. Reed spoke on the
Old People s home of Salem and
Mrs. E. C. Miller talked on chtl
dren's work in Oregon.
Those making the trip were
Mrs. B, E. Parker. Mrs. A. B
Blatchford, Mrs. H. M. Durkheim
er, Mrs. E. E. Gilbert, Mrs. Ruth
L. Reed and Mrs. E. C. Miller.
Independence. The Stitch and
Chatter club had a potluck din
ner at tbe home of Mts. Norman
Baker Wednesday at 1 o'clock,
The new president, Mrs. Fred
Marquis, was guest of honor.
The Presbyterian Needlecratt
had an old-fashioned all day quilt
ing bee Wednesday at the heme of
Mrs. Stella Calbreath.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hamline en
tertalned the "Happy Hour" club
with a Valentine party, Wednes
day night at thelh home on 360
South 14th. The rooms were ar
tistically decorated with Valen
tine motifs. At bridge, high score
was won by Mrs. Frank Whitte-
more and James Uebelman, Spe
cial prices went to Mrs. Albert
Walker and Mrs. Walter Nelson.
Soles . $1
LeitKer Heels . . 50c
Robber Heels. . . 25c
Patches . . . . . ,
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Miss Wilma Coursey, bride
elect of Ralph B. Sippreil, was
the inspiration tor a shower
Thursday night at the home of
Mrs. Leon H. Nelson. A George
Washington motrf was used with
flags, red carnations and spirea,
together with red and white ta
Bridge was in play and a late
supper was -served. The- tables
were centered with bud rases of
red carnations and spirea. The
hostess was assisted by Mrs. Ar
thur Horstakatte, Mrs. Hollis
Smith and Mrs. Clifford Malson.
Bidden to honor Miss Coursey
were Miss Harriet Stlmmel, Miss
Ruth Kan, Miss Agnes Emmel,
Miss Florian Krubetz, Miss Lou
ise Bryan, Miss Hester Hill pot
Miss Jane Hlllpot Miss Ruth
Buchner, Miss Mary Capper,
Miss , Betty Heyter, Mrs. Harris
Letts, Mrs. John L. Sweeney, Mrs.
William B. Ashby, Mrs. Don
Pritchett, Mrs. Kenneth Long,
Mrs. Kenneth Dalton, Mrs. Boyd
A. FiHer, Mrs. Gilbert Wynkoop,
Mrs. James McFarland, Mrs. A.
J. Montgomery, Mrs. Arthur
Harsakette, Mrs. HolHs - Smith,
Mrs. Clifford Maison and tbe
hostess, Mrs. Leon H. Nelson.
Salem Heights. Laura Lou
Hickman was hostess to a num
ber of her yonng friends at the
Hickman home here Tuesday
night. The young people spent an
enjoyable - evening playing games
and singing songs after which re
freshments were served. Toung
people present were: Alida Mae
Sautter, Eunice Wright, Geraldine
Frlgaard, Dorothy Burger, Ger
trude Brooks, Suvilla Scott, Irene
Hickman. Jack Craig, Charles
Straw, Carl Waddele, Tom and
Glendon LaDuke, Ray Maddy, Wil
bur Hickman, Paul Jones. Mrs.
Harold Kelley and Mrs. G. N.
RickrealL The lovely country
home of Mrs. Hart Robison at
Derry orchards was the scene of
a pleasant affair Wednesday af
ternoon when Mrs. Herschel Wait,
Mrs. George Wait, Mrs. W. C. Kes-
ter, Mrs. Robison and Miss Mil
dred were Joint hostesses for the
Rickreall Ladies' Aid. Miss Mar
garet Hogg played piano selec
tions. The Aid decided to have the
woodshed of the church re
shingled, to purchase wood for
the church and to give 25 to the
Doernbecker Memorial hospital. A
new member welcomed was Mrs.
John Robison. A special guest was
Mrs. Ada Treadway.
Silverton The Guild of the
Congregational church gave ah
exceptionally successful dinner
Wednesday noon at the church so
cial rooms, with 125 persons at
tending. Mrs. Charles Meyers
was rn charge of arrangements.
Assisting her in the various de
partments were Mrs. Lyda Usher,
Mrs. J. Fuller, Mrs. D. Fletcher,
Mrs. Albright, Mrs. L. A. Morri
son, Mrs. Sophia Norgard, Mrs.
L. R. Linn, Mrs J. S. Starr, Mrs.
R. Knight, Mrs. C. Cox, Mrs. S.
Tegland, Anna Meyers, Mrs. G.
Monmouth. A Valentine birtH-
day party was arranged by sen
iors and faculty members of Mon
mouth high school Wednesday in
compliment to the anniversary of
H. K. sickafoos, for 21 years Jani
tor Of the School, who wna rpla.
bra ting his 80th milestone.
Bethel. Mrs. H. H. Boles en
tertained the members of the
Bethel Dorcas club at her home
in Salem Wednesday afternoon.
Plans were completed for a din
ner which the club is giving in
the near future. The hostess was
assisted in serving by Mrs. A.
Smith and Mrs. Gladys Eof f.
Lake Labish Labish Sewing
club held a special evening meet
ing at the George M. Campbell
home here Friday night to com
plete some unfinished business
in the line of quilting.
A Valentine box held at Lake
Labish school District 102 con
tained 100 valentines.
Woodburn Members of St.
Mary's Episcopal guild met at the
home of Mrs. Frank Wolfe at her
hpme In Hall addition Tuesday
afternoon, it was a business meet
ing presided over by Mrs. H. L.
Gill. The next meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. T. C.
Poorman on Settlemier avenue,
Dr. J. Vinton Scott
Office Phone Home Phone
S04-5 1st National Bank Bldg.
Soles . 75c
Leather Heels . . 25c
Rubber Heels ... 25c
50c to 65c
. . . . 75c to $1.00
. . . . 10c to 25c
High School Students WH!
Give Exhibit at McMinn-
WOODBURN, Feb. IS. The
federated women of the Methodist
church, will hold their monthly
social and devotlonaU at the
;hurcb Tuesday afternoon at 1
o'clock. Mrs. E. A. Lytle will hare
charge of the program, honoring
both Lincoln's and Washington's
birthdays and including musical
selections by Mrs.- David Jackson,
Dr. Ethel K. Riley and the Lyric
trio. Hostessesc for the afternoon
will be the Beach sisters, Mrs,
Florence Goniet, Mrs. Mary Wait-4
man, Mrs, Nettie Timmerte and
Mrs. George Beach.
The public is Invited to attend
the concert to be given in the
Beechler - Kilian chapel Sunday
at Z p. m., by the- Bona Lowa
club's 14 - piece stringed orches
tra from, the Melssinger studios
The senior economics class of
the high school is preparing; two
exhibits for the district conference
of home economies to be held in
McMlnnville February 23 and 24.
Annual inspection of Howitzer
company, 186th Infantry, will be
held in the armory Tuesday at 8
p. m. and will be open to the pub
lic. The armory is being painted
on the inside and careful prepara
tions are being made for the oc
An interdenominational evan
gelistic campaign, beginning San-
day night at 7:20 o clock and con
tinuing every night at 7:20 except
Saturday, will be conducted in the
Wheatland community halL There
will be general and special sing
ing. Chester Ditmer and A. J.
Smith will be the evangelists.
WIXSLOWS MAY BUILD
SILVERTOX, Feb. 1$; Mr
and Mrs. Ross Winslow are con
templating building a new resi
dence at Silverton on their prop
erty on Reserve Btreet. If they de
cide to buld they will erect a
seven room house after plans
made by Roald and Snyder, archi
tects of Portland. The house will
be of colonial design.
Silverton Granddad's quartet
and its accompanist, Mrs. Edson
Cometock, motored to Dallas
Tuesday night to appear at a
meeting there. Those going over
included Mrs. Comstock, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Day, C. K. Cain, Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Smith, I. B. Al
fred and Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Hall.
The public is invited to the an
nual quilt exhibit sponsored by
the Knight Memorial church Feb
ruary 28 to March 2 inclusive. The
exhibit will be open all day and
evening; displaying new patterns
in piece and applique designs as
well as old popular patterns.
Keizer. Mrs. M. F. Bliven was
hostess for an all day quilting
meeting and luncheon of the La
dies' Aid Thursday. Mrs. Howard
Bliven assisted the hostess. Mrs.
W. E. Savage presided over a short
Scotts Mills Mrs. J. E.
Saueressig entertained with a
Valentine party, at her home on
Butte Creek Friday afternoon.
Miss Cleo Saueressig assisted her
mother in serving.
Hazel Green The Sarah
Oliver union of the W. C. T. U.
will meet at the Hazel Green
church Tuesday February 20 at
z o clock. A membership cam
paign will be discussed.
FOR GIRLS WHO STUDY THE ART OF DRESS - MAKING
IN MARION COUNTY SCHOOLS!
Any girl who is taking sewing In any Marion county school
is eligible to enter the contest.
Only one dress may be entered by each contestant. The
dress to be fashioned of silk. wool, rayon, cotton or linen
which must be purchased at Miller's during the period of
the contest, Feb. 17th to March 3rd, inclusive.
AH dresses are to be made with the use of one of the pat
terns carried by Miller's, Butterlck, Vogue or Simplicity.
Sales slip showing date of purchase and kind of materials
must be attached to each dress entry.
Dress will be Judged upon workmanship, suitability of
fabric to style used, color scheme and general appearance.
Two weeks will be allowed after close of contest to finish
making bi dress. All dresses must be entered on or before
March 17 th,
Three competent Judges will make the awards. All decisions
shall be final. All dresses in contest to be subject to one
week display by this store.
Materials used may be purchased either in main floor or
basement departments. The lowest priced -material one
may use in this -contest is lsc yard.
Contest Begins Feb.: 17th, Ends March
3rd; Two Weeks Extra Given to Finish
Drew; Entry to Be in Not Later Than
"With all the new Spring fabrics now at hand, what a lot
et fan it will be to fashion a new dress for this contest!
New silks are gorgeous. So,, too, am the wool crepes la all
the newest shades. Cottons are resplendent in their printed
color mixtures. And prices are very low considering the
-Quality offered. Ellks at f 1.09 yard and tip. Wools in wide
widths at 11.C3 yard and np. Cottons as low as lsc.
-Resaember, Every Contestant Gets a Large Phote Free!
BROOKS, Fab. If The com
munity dab- held its regular
meeting at the home of Mrs.
Mary Martin Friday. Mrs. A. M.
Dunlavy, president, presided at
the business meeting-, which was
followed by a social hour. Re
freshments were-, served by the
hostess. The meeting day waa
changed, to Tuesday, the next
meeting will be held Tuesday,
ROSEDALE, Feb. 15 The
community club will hold a bene
fit pie social at the scbooihoose
tonight at S o'clock, proceeds te
go toward buying a cook stove
for the school. A good program
wiH be. given, state Paul Berndt,
WHEATLAND. Feb. IS The
Grand Island community club
play "Bertie's Care Woman" a
three-act comedy, will be given
at the Wheatland community
hall Sainrday night, February
24, and Den s six-piece orchestra
will play. Lunches will be sold.
Meet in Seattle
Rev. Fletcher Galloway, pastor
or the Church of the Nazarene,
returned Thursday from Seattle
where he was on of the speakers
tor a sone convention tu the in
terest of Sunday schools, young
people's work and missions. This
was the third and last of tbe zone
conventions which are held on the
north Pacific district for the year.
The other two were held at Med
ford and Portland. Rer. Galloway
has charge of the department of
church schools for the district.
Frank" M. Lltwiller. sunerlnten
dent of the local' Sunday school,
has outlined an interesting pro
gram leading up to Easter Sun
day. The school has made a 20
per cent Increase in attendance
over the average for last year.
Beginning March 18. Rev, J. N.
Tinsley of Walla Walla, Wash.,
is to conduct a revival campaign
closing on Easter Sunday.
WHAT IS YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM?
Have You Brown Spots In Your Lawn?
Do You Want An Early Vegetable Garden?
Do You Want To Make Wisteria Vine Bloom?
Would You Like Ta Have Larger Flower Blooms ?
Ask Your Dealer, He Knows!
Brown Spots in the winter indi
cate a poor impoverished soil and
it needs building up with three or
four applications of COMMERCIAL
FERTILIZER at regular intervals
during the year until it is built up.
In hot, dry weather add a quantity
of water also and if the soil is very
hard, purchase a LAWN PERFOR
ATOR and loosen the soil in youi
lawn before applying the FERTI
LIZER and water..
Unless you have loose soil, rich
In humus, it won't pay to bother
with an early VEGETABLE GAR
DEN, as the spring rains will pack
the soil and retard the growth of
whatever seedlings have sprouted,
or even prevent the largest part of
the SEED front coming through
the ground. Plant seeds only when
your Individual soil breaks up
thoroughly and easily.Loosen your
soil if it is heavy with a quantity
of PEAT MOSS.
To increase the size of your flow
er blooms.dissolve some NITRATE
of SODA or AMMONIA of SUL
PHATE at the rate of one table
Rnnnnfnl to tht mUnn at water.
I and use liberally on the roots of
I , ' i. .
I your plants a wees: or so oeiore
they are ready to bloom
Sunday Night is
For Boys, Men
Dr. J. C. Evans, head physician
and psychiatrist at the state hos
pital, will lecture en The Priacl
pal Causes of Insanity" at the
First Methodist church Sunday at
A general Invitation is extend-:
ed to all men and boys of IS years
and older. , The lecture Is spon
sored by the Business Mens bible
class of the church. '
n?tep out into tho
Bow many days of year life are
lost is feeling ander par? Bow
many bears which might be bright
are 4 nil and dispirited?
Half-hearted days are frequently .
Joe te eenuaoa constipation. It
eleadt your waking bears, takes
the sunshine eat of living. Yet k
can be vereeme to easily by eat
big a defidoat cereaL
Laboratory tests shew EsSosj'"
AU-Baaic provide atk" and vi
taaria B to aid elimination. All
Baaff is also a fine source of iron.
The lalk" la Aix-Bax is wrack
like that in leafy vegetables. lent
this cereal way" plestsnter than
risking patent medicines?
Twe tabletpoonfals daily are
assaDy sufficient. With each meal,
in chronic cases. If not relieved
this way, see year doctor.
as a cereal er ase
ia muffins, breadx,
omelet, etc In
package. At all
grocer. Made by
Kellogg in Battle
Sometimes WISTERIA VINES
will not bloom nntil they, have un
dergone correct pruning for a few
seasons. Undoubtedly yon have no
ticed an abundance of long smooth
stalks on your vines. These are leaf
stalks and unless they are pruned
off severely, the plant will have no
strength to send oat bloom stalks.
Until bloom stalks appear, there
will be no blooms. Watch for these
stalks and when they appear, do
not prune them. Remember thia:
leaf stalks are long end smooth,
while bloom stalks are email and
stubby with a horned appearance.
If you will consistently prune off
the leaf stalks each year and leave
all bloom stalks as they appear, it
won't be long before your trellis
is a mass of bloom each spring.
What is TOUR problem?
Come fn and let us advise con
cerning TOCR garden needs.
Arthur Plant, Shrubbery & Flow
er Market. 152 S. Commercial St..
Salem. Expert landscape service,
saperriaed by Fred Blake who will
be in our store every Saturday af
ter 10 a. nt. to advise you.
Given as a special prise for ,
the bast all - around dress
submitted in the contest.
Given tor best silk dress.
Given for best wool dress.
Given for the best cotton,
linen or rayon dress.
Given for second best silk
Given for second best wool
dress. - - i
Given for second best cot
ton, linen or rayon dress.
7 Dress Lengths
Next seven best dresses ta
receive a dress length. .,
. One large size photo of con
testant: given all wbe enter
y If rite" f or Details "
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