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Tho OREGON STATESMAN. SalemL Oregon, Tuesday Morning, June 11. 1940
1 Many times those women who
i make , V; : business ! of teaching
others to . be beautiful, ! gtre
i plenty of hints that might; welt
be taken seriously by you and I. j
pi One of the world's moit pub-
, licized beauty experts ts Helena
Rubinstein, tells us how it's
r done. Here "are her ten com-
! mandmenta of beauty:
! 'Restore yourself to normal
weight. If -overweight, reduce.
If : underweight, build up to nor
mal for "height and age, by eat
ing -the right Quantity of ! food
with plenty -61 fruit and vegetable
i juices.- r ' -
, Learn to Walk easily ! and
gracefully; ;,to sit-down naturally;
to stand as if relaxed; to take
postures that hare charm and
ease of manner. i
Relax completely while resting
or. sleeping, so the mind and ! bony
i are tn .repose.
Get Color in the Kitchen Suggests
CO, mo, NttOUCtATT StUVKTS.
Raspberries are Just about
reay for canning, and sraft
ltonBewivea are watchlnar fop tTi
Tery jbest bargains in thveijy
Dest perries, xnose who nave
freezing lockers will j enjoy fresh
berries all winter if prepared n
this manner: !
Pick oTer the berries, put fa
jars, adding 1 cup granulated su
gar as you fill the jar with ber
ries. Leave at least j an Inch of
space; in jars above j berries. Al
low to remain loose : in the lar.
without packing down. Freeze ait
soon as possible.
Raspberries will jell enough to
mate; a tmck jam, in tnis recipe:
STIRRED RASPBERRY JAM
3 cups crushed raspberries
S cuds suear
Bring berries to a hard boil
let cook for 2 minutes. Add su
gar, stir until dissolved, , boll I
She's Good Cook
ara in niwiu iaraina- in r f a TTf vnn aA r ipra in T PrtRTl n cr innr htm mines' 1 I narra Tinna uuuufcc x uv uici m iuw uvai iiu
lax Is a mental achievement and f..u .asht,- an of stitches: materials reauired: beat j hard for S minutes (wire
can be accomplished If you try. " . ,. . . color schemes. whipjis best). The Jam thickens
H Fisrd the most e:
wuDh kv-uuiiu n hjd v k aaauik iiiciu iu htj uicguu flwicoiuauf
face and hair, and do both shower or bazaar they're fun to Needlecraft- Dept. Write plainly
; vnarougajj tcn nine you areas sine a: faiierD zaoo contains a, fAUfiKW i c JU.LSE.rt, your rtAaltu
or make ,up. The rest of the transfer pattern of 6 motifs aver- and ADDRESS,
"time., have the courage to let .
your face and hair alone.
d if you try. " . vnnt, f"h. . nw color schemes. wmpjis Destj. xne jam tmcaeni
effective and to your kltchen If our own send ten cents in coin for this as yu beat. Pour into glassed
ys of, fixing fctoek is complete, make them for pattern to The Oregon Statesman, Use only once this recipe ,at
id do' ; both shower or bazaar they're fun to Needlecraft-Dept. Write plainly time. Makes about 6 glasses.
iur lace ana nair aione.
Soend lO minutes dallv on P r-r-K W Vm 1 l-vr-ei-V ! v-i
simple skin care and you will iiiiu-uiw ill
always have-... lovely, youthful Crrrm DoSCert
skin. Remember that one ounce viCUllJ. iCOOCi I (
of prevention Is worth ten pounds , , , . r ' " . ,
of curse in beauty. Don't go to Rhubarb combines with a cus- fresh raspberry shortcake.
Host at nlrhf si fh - ir.n molro nn tar A mlTtiiro to mate a vun flnn l3a.UAlia.-u u L
on. The two essentials in beauty mid-supper dessert:
ior eTerj woman ana every age
UUL.UK HHlIiAKB CREAM
RASPBERRY JELLY WITH
8 boxes berries
1 whole lemon '
Slice lemon, rind and all, cook
Banana salad will berln the wlt ! herrles to .extract Juice.
day's meal that is completed by a nr,iV a ,3elIy
fresh rasnberrv shortcake Juice! for 5 minutes and add a
equal quantity of sugar. Cook 1
are: Cleansing and lubricating.
Give ' the body a straight
spine; a raised bust; a flat abdo
men; squared shoulders; a. proud
neckline; and a slender propor
tion all obtainable with exercise
which stretch and mold the fig
ure into better contours.
Make a fetish of feminity; of
cleanliness and daintiness, be
cause that Is one of women's
most important functions In life
1 V cups rhubarb
Vt cup sugar
Vt teaspoon grated lemon rlnd
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 cup irradiated evaporated
ttZl fnh StyleS Pe Cut Into- small pieces and
mftv cnni A ann srr nut wnmAn
Broiled ham, apricot glaze
Buttered new spinach
BROILED H.AM WITH i APRI
Ham slice, 1-inch thick 4
No. 2 can apricots
' teaspoon cloves
H teaspoon allspice
V teaspoon cinnamon
Drain apricots. Place meat on
but do not Droiler raclc allowing three inches
minutes more and it will iell.
A beverage that's put up fo
winter use in many families Is:
j RASPBERRY SHRUB
2 Cups sugar
1 cup sharp vinegar
2 quarts ripe rasnberries
Heat sugar and vinegar to the
boiling point and pour over berj-
ries. iJbet stand for 1 bour, stlrj
rlng often. Drain through Jelly
bag. I bring to a boil and nour
into sterilized Jars. Process fok-
20 minutes in a hot water bath.
between the top of the meat and
source of heat, if possible. If the
may come ana go, Dut women source or neat, ii possiDie. II the
will always stand for femininity Btir ,n the cup sugar. Line a size of the broiler doesn't allow
Cultivate a soft. Dleasln tr vnlA Uh i T.rx , ... tftmnprfltnrp rf the hrAllDi ov-
and beautiful gestures. Many a d rhubarb OTer th6 ac. ingly. Sprinkle with spices and
beautiful woman becomes ugly Karea nuDarD maca- CQok unt,t browjJ( Da8tlng wIth
roons. Beat e volks. add thn U. i j.., 1,
" " . "i"- ' . uci - ' ii'"-ui juice uccasionaiiy. w Den
roice jars the ears, then she is cup sugar and beat again. Add brown, turn. Sprinkle other side
a idtskDnnlntmpnt fni a Innlw i . ... . ... .
" ' lemon nna ana juice, then muK. " ruiammg spices ana con-
TeTe? P,U8t iPP t0 & thC Fbl the stiffly beaten egg U,nue oklnf' baBtln? occasion
senses. . , TJ .vt. -. . ally with apricot luice. When -
Be polite and courteous l"slIU ond side is done place anricot
whether at home or at work, ture over rhubarb. Bake in a1 luoVel on top 21 heaffor onl
v na wuw uven uuu aegreesj , irom so enough to brown fruit slightly.
th:".nfw " " "r.tT!l" to 45 mmutes. depending upon the
LEBANON Miss Olevia Mar
garet Speasl, the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. c. Speasl of Leb
anon and Mr. George RIdgely
Hobbs, the son of Mr. and Mrs
G. R. Hobbs of Oregon City
were married on Sunday after
noon In St. Edward's church, the
Rev. Father Martin Bohrofen of
flciating. The bride wore white
.taffeta with a full length Veil
which fell from a band of white
sweet peas. Her shower bouquet
was all white, roses, snap drag
ons and sweet peas. Her maid of
honor was Miss Hilda Speasl
Janet Lee Connett and Cheryl
Speasl, were flower igrls. The best
man was the bridegroom's broth
er, Everett Hobbs.
Mrs. Martin Hainz, Mrs. Chris
tian Micneis and Mrs. Earl Shack
man assisted in serving at the re
After a short tHn Ur an a ht ...
Hobbs will attend summer schooi
at Corvallis. Thev win itn in
Klamath Falls, where !Mr. Hobbs
teaches. Both are graduates of
uregon State College of Educa
tion at Monmouth.
tl - . 10 a inmuies. aepenaing upon tne
than sulky. cross nnrpaa nm ' .
Bossy attitudes soon give the depth of tl?e Dak,n Pan- Yield:
mouth a mean, tight look, i - to -8 servings.
Radiate sex appeal. At age 6
or CO. and all between ages, wo-
men either have a magnetic h rOZen SfTirrrl T?
charm that draws people spe- OaiU-U. lis
claliy men toward them, or they (.noH T OnVinrr
haven't. If not, it can be ac- VJTUUU- i-UOKluy
Quired with an understanding of -v,
beauty. i This weather we've been hav-
ixs, ceriainiy inspires me iamiiy
cook to turn herself into a frozen
food expert and serve cold din
ners. A frozen salad that appeals to
both eye and palate is this one
FROZEN BANANA SALAD
S tablespoons preserved ginger
cup cream, whipped
2 tablespoons lemon juice
cup chopped nut meats
1 cup mayonnaise
Peel bananas and cut in small
dice then sprinkle with lemon
juice. Use about 2 tablespoons
juice, from the preserved ginger
and cut the ginger in small pieces.
Add bananas and nuts, cream
and dressing. Freeze, slice and
serve on lettuce.
Al Ym Gracan
O Mf EOT IM 1AM
w o 6 to it's:-. ' r m i t o a E
(S RWkq Knnih T.xAA St Tlncfi T.L-
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Cordially Invites You to Attend the General Electric
J) mi lyi i u
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To De Held In Our Hain Floor Appliance DepL
i . f i " : ; :
TWO BIG DAYS
JUIIE 13 and 14
2:00 to 4:00 PJkl.
Under the Personal Direction of Famed General
Electric Home Service Economist
' ' " '- r ' .' i .. '
: Iliss Eslher Ilnernterger
who. will conduct Cooking Demonstrations each
afternoon with the Thrilling New -
Wn I'll ii 1 1 jj-Jl
: v Bliss Esther Nuernberger
. foOf.lE APPLIANCES . 1
- HEADQUARTERS IN SALEM FOR GENERAL ELECTRIC APPMAKPFg 1
In the Valley
(Continued from Page )
"Star of Promise and "Because,
preceding the ceremonv.
The bride, riven in marriare
by her father, was gowned in
ivory: bridal satin, fashioned with
a court train. The full length
tulle veil was arranged in a coroj
net of rosepolnt. Her only ornaj
menti was her morter's string of
pearls and she carried a cascade
bouquet of bride's roses, bouvarj
dla and white sweet peas.
ThjB bride's sister, Mrs. R. i.
King; in rose net with a turquoise
blue velvet sash, was matron of
honor. Miss Laforest McDonald
and Mrs. Fredrick Graten, werfe
the attendants. Little Beth Stewj
art and Jerry Dean Skalfe wer0
flower bearers. Lawrence Robj
erts of Vancouver, Washington,
was best man and the usherk
were I Fred Baker and W. PL
A ! reception followed, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Skalfe. Re
ceiving at the door was Misjs
Olivia DeGuire. Receiving in thjB
living room with the wedding
party were Mr. and Mrs. Skaifje
and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stewart,
of DeLake, parents of Dr. Stewl
Mrs. Earl Richardson of Dallas
cut the wedding cake and Mr.
Don Skalfe and Mrs? Lee Alfred
cut the ices.
Presiding at the punch bowl
was Mrs. I. L. Stewart while as
sisting in serving were Mrs. Dalje
Lamar, Mrs. Dewey Service, Miss
Emma Adamson, Miss Olga
Green, Miss Helen Goodknechjt
and Miss Alma Tostenson. Misjs
Vivian Richardson of Dallas gavfe
the small gift boxes of cake. j
For going away, the bride worte
a suit of rosemist pink with white
Following a brief weddinr 1o
ney to Crater lake and the Or
gon Cares, Dr. and Mrs. Stewart
will be at home in Yreka. Cali
LEBANON Mr. and Mrs. p.
E. Cox announce the marriage of
their! eldest daughter, Edna Luj
ille tb Mr. Woodrow Morgan, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mor
gan of Lebanon.
The marriage was solemnlxed
in Stevenson, Wash., at the home
of Rev. Charles W. Stock; who
officiated. The bride wore a suit
of teal blue with, pink accessor
ies and a corsage of pink roses.
The dther members of the wee
ding 1 party were her brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and ifr f: fi
nest ! Bnchanan. A dinner was
served after the ceremony and
then ithe young couple drove tp
Lebanon where they will make
their j home. Both Mr. and Mri.
Morgan are graduates ot the k
eal high school with the classes
of 19136 and 1940. 1
SHiVERTON Miss T Jinra TTatl
oi i;iai8Kanie was complimented
in a jgift shower Friday nigh I
when! Mr. and Mrs. fi. A. r n
terUijaed in her honor at their
firm Dome, . ,t
man Jensen will be an tmnt r
June 111 at Clatskanie. f
Guests were: Misa Linn vtii
Jensen, Alice Jensen, Norman
Jensen, Annabelle Jensen, Mil.
aa . u. Hatteberg, Welt
aaa and Donald; Mr. and Mrsl
Oseari Satern. Joan.
Colleen Madsen: Mr. ) m . . i
Jhn iJ. Moe, Robert Jorden. MrC
t" a vray ana uernicei
JEFFERSOV TTani .-J
daughter of Mr. and Mrfc E. si
Bruce and A. Keitn Epperly, aoij
of Mr. and Mrs. c. ft. vriJ
wereJ ttItly married at Vancouv
er, Wfaslu, on iSaturvday at th
Christian ebnrkti " 5 rt t J
Thurston of Jefferson read thi
cervic. Thjk . T
. "uc, lUEKKd U a,
S!7111 BBit wot bne felt
erspn high achooL Mr. Rmti .
emjployed by the atate? highway
deijartiment. They will remain at
m noma x tne bride's parent
for a few weeks, when ia
Woodry to Hold
GE Home Economist Is
Coming to Conduct
Miss Esther Nuernberger, Gen
eral Electric Homes Service econ
omist, will conduct . a two day
coeaing school at the Woodry
rurniture company,- 474 South
Commercial street, on Thursday
and Friday afternoons. June 13
Arrangements were completed
by Manager Don Woodry for the
presentation or Miss Nuernber
ger from 2 to 4 o'clock each af
ternoon on these two days.
As a General Electric h o m
economist, Miss Nuernberger tests
recipes and kitchen equipment In
the famous GE Institute, and
makes lecture tours to leading
- Before Joinlnz thn
Electric staff, she bad rKnriro f
the home service department of
the Iowa-Nebraska Light & Pow
er company in Lincoln, Neb., for
10 years. There Bhe conducted all
nhases of home aervifa .Inolnrifnir
home lighting, kitchen planning
She was one of the pioneers of
the planned electric kitchen move
ment, and When tha NnHnnaf
Lamp association formed a wom
en s section several years ago, she
had charge of, its midwest, divi
sion. She was graduated from the
University of Nebraska vhrro atie
had majored in home economics.
To National Post
At the annual convention of the
National Tuberculosis association
Dr; Grover C. Bellinger, superin
tendent of the Oregon state tuber
culosis hospital, was elected vice-
president of the association, ac
cording to information received by
Dr; Terrence King. Each year two
men are selected for the positions
of vice-president. As a rule tbese
men are advanced to the presiden
cy and it is expected Dr. Bellinger
win head the national association
within the next two years.
Dr. and Mrs. Bellinger lefufor
the east 10 days ago and areex-
pected to return to Salem June 18.
Danger in Orient
Gted by Dubach
Preparedness Problem Is
Analyzed by Speaker,
"Our grave danger lies la the
orient," warned Dean U. G. Du
bach of Oregon State college In
an address at the Salem chamber
of commerce luncheon on Mon
day. Second danger point is La
tin America in conjunction with
the self-imposed obligations of the
Monroe doctrine, he added, sug
gesting : that the United States
speed preparations for war but
keep out of Euro which appar
ently, he said "will blast itself
off the map." ,
. Dean . Dubach declared it was
necessary for Americana to "think
together and do It , quick," to lis
ten to the: nation's "top minds.
to turn manufacture of war ma
chines over to private industry
without government Interefer
ence, tb , "get ready for taxes'
dwarfing anything they have
known in the past. and. In con
nection with "fifth columns," to
purge tne government of radicals.
to eliminate class hatred, to elim
inate- control of labor by aliens,
to "be willing to be on the spot"
ana to "Keep your ear open and
your mouth shut." letting the
government handle cases that ap
The speaker scoffed at the idea
of any danger of militarism in
compulsory training, saying it
caused young men to hate .war
rather than to desire it, and said
he had no patience with those
who insist there shall be no mill
tary training in the CCC.
Murder Is Charge
In 'William Tell'
Slaying by Roach
HOUSTON, Tex.. June 10-UF-
W . a . a x
jaca tioacn, Dig game hunter, was
charged with murder without mal
ice today in the "William Tell"
killing of a negro employe.
Olivia Paines, 36, was wounded
fatally at Roach's ranch yesterday
while balancing a cup atop his
head as a target for the Houston
auto dealer's pistol fire.
Roach, who shot from a sitting
position on a bed, said someone
on the bed moved and his aim was
thrown off slightly.
Hubbard Girl Is
EUGENE. June 10--Beittv
Brown of Hubbard graduated yes
terday from the University of
uregon, received membership in
the National Order of COIF, much
sought by law students.
She was the onlv woman rr ant
ed membership by the University
oi uregon cnapter. Miss Brown
also received the Phi Alpha Delta
award of 1 2 5.
14 From Salem Climb
MOUNT HOOD. June 10.-G5V-
Eighty three climbers. Including a
party of 14 from Salem, scaled
Mount Hood Sunday.
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pnRTT . A T1. Tun A 1 0. IP Th
building committee of the atate
board of higher education a:
.ati tss.R2to.S2 today for :
pairs to buildings for the coming
Ttifa anm pares ror oniv ZD
mnt ii r cent lobs. Amounts
allocated by institutions: Oregon
State college udt uuitcidh
nroo-An xfi7V. I irPFnn uniiefe
Education, $3600;. Eastern Ore-
m fniifP nf Education, szsiu:
Southern Oregon College of Edu
cation. J 14 ou; U of u meaicai
school, $1375. v
Of Tax Structure
Chicago Man Tells Oregon
PORTLAND, June 10.-Ufy-
Lawrence G. Holmes of Chicago
urged correction of the tax struc
ture, charging the tax load has
exceeded the ability to pay. -
Corrective efforts hare been
made, . but too often they , were
aimed at the symptom rather than
the cause of the disease, the sec
retary of the national conference
of real estate taxpayers told the
Oregon state taxpayers' federation.
The government must have a
strong substantial base to escape
bankruptcy, Holmes said.
In the past "we have failed to
rebuild, to modernize the financial
structure that supports our form
of government while accepting
the rights afforded under that
government, he "added.
Half of Tourists
Seventy fiTe tier cent of the
non-resident automobiles register
ed in Oregon during May come
from Washington. Idahn and Cali
fornia, Secretary of State. Earl
bneii reported yesterday. Cali
fornia registered 5772 cars or 57
per cent of the total for the
There were 10.108 - nnn.l.
dent cars registered In Oreron
during the month compared to
lu.sui in May a year ago. Cars
registered so far this year to
taled 28.514. an 3 ner cent de
crease from the registration of
3x,u s ior the same period in
Ashland led all-Oreeon roei.
tration stations with 2794 cars.
Claims War Can't Last
More Than One Month
SEATTLE. June 10.-flV-nr
Gulseppe Vobio, acting Italian
consul here, said today "Italy may
win in just a few davs in an
Interview he said that at the long
est the war "can't last more than
a month and then a new order
will be established in Europe,
making for the peace and happi
ness of the whole world."
Says Aid Allies
National Head Speaks at
Help for Disabled
ROSEBURG, June J0
Louis J. Murphy, national V"
mander xf the Disabled Abh .
Veterans of the WorM n n
today the United States
lend the allies every Wi.,rt
of troops. c V"
changes" in America's der,.r;l
program are demanded by th
type of warfare being Vuged m
turope, ne ioia an Interview?.
"I do not believe." he
"that the United State- sLonH
wait until an enemy land '
our shores before we nrtra; '..
Ho addressed the'opDine tL
slon Of the DAV's Oregon depart
ment ' convention - Hiar...;--,
problem of compensation r a
benefits for disabled
Savs Nazi Victorv i
PORTLAND, Jun? 10-J
German victory in the EurnrvL
war would be followed bv inr-..
ing nazi pressure on the Unite i
States, - Dr. G. Bernard NobI of
IVCCU kiTZ Bam LUUdV,
He told a civic meeting v-"t
Germany will be ready to "tack's
the United States within a x:t
It It wins the war. lie urcti
snAAil ts Vulllnta aa, - 4- S - v - J v '
ea . , . ,
T1 " !T .
xax on Dusmes
oy KAiy legai
cense tax on business and occui.?..'
tions can be collected by the citr.
Circuit Judge Earl C. Latourette
of Oregon City ruled.
The Columbia SuddIv and Pa
cific Fruit and Produce cote
panies filed a demurrer againt-t
the city's suit to collect such feet-.
Judge- Latourette overruled the
-m-i . "
KANSAS CITY. June 10-J.
Chester C. Smith, power company
president, went to work unshaven
and without breakfast today.
A short circuit at his home
made the kitchen range, his razor
and air eondltionlnr nnlta Innn.
erative. And h Wa.a fnrrod tn ftn.4
a ride downtown. A stalled elec
tric lock barred his garage doors.
Izaak Walton League
To Meet in Tillamook
TILLAMOOK. Jnna lOWil-
The state Izaak Walton loamia
convention will be held bere in
July or August. th Tillamonte
chapter - reported today. A defin
ite aaie win be announced later.
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