The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 22, 1949, Page 9, Image 9

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Shrine Meeting
'On Monday
t Willamette shrine, White Shrine
c( Jerusalem met Monday night
at Masonic temple with Mrs. Wil
bur Plntler, worthy high priest
ess and Stanley Brown, watchman
ef shepherds, presiding. Mrs. Pearl
Speer, supreme deputy, Salem, and
Miss Catherine Blood worthy high
priestess of Portland were intro
duced. Mrs. Ida Hinshaw and Mrs.
Lucille Lansing of Eugene were
guests.
A short program followed the
.netting, pefreshmenta were
served, by Mrs. Dan .Roth, Miss
Edith Wilkinson, Mrs. Hollis Hall,
Mrs. Bessie Sutton, Mr. and Mrs.
Dorr M. Shreve, Mrs., Lawrence
Carman and Mrs. Jay Palmer.
Civic Players
Hold Initiation
The Salem Civic players served
covered dish dinner and had
Initiation on Sunday at the May
Cower hall, Mrs. James Lucas and
Mrs. Nathan Steinbock arranged
the dinner. New members initia
ted were Miss Velma Davis, Mrs.
Charles Hill, James Simpson,
George Hall and LeRoy Kreuger
The new members entertained
with a program following the din
Tier, and the evening was conolud
d with dancing.
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Btautifully In 3 Minutti
IVERYONI CORDIALLY INVITED
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Iron everthing waibabU
Cms In ui wsuk an ecpert Irfcnrltt
dacqenrtrator Imtmm thf6b
kar4-t4ra laraaaat. Tawa ak 4owi
at aa Ironrtta as try it rtwNt ,
Irenlnf with Ironrlte Is no more tiring than ptajrinf the plaae.
Just ait down, relax, feed In she garment and lrftSxite deea
the rest. . ; ' '
Old -fashioned hand Ironing Is eliminated because Ironrlte's
twe completely usable open ends let jroe Iron anything yo
eaa wash. Compare Ironrlte with any other trener. Yen will
agree that Its features and performance stand alone,
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Whr net attend this demonstration and bring In year meat dlf
flesut garment to Iron and let us shew yon how. easy 1 Is.
Safeguard year health . . . let an Ironrlte antomatU Irener
take' ever year hardest household task.
tumrtm nun s lines lrmnct t iixi nnusus
QALCM OREGON CITY
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Gorgeous, gloriorovi, gilt trimmed Miis America u
gtossei for the golf who snow their stuff I lujcioul plastic
. tortoise shell fromes to frame the tors ' yovc eyes. Th!s
beoutiful sun glass ogives glamour plus protection for your
most prized possession
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To Attend Wedding
Mr. and I Mrs. Charles Heltzel
and children. Kathy and Tommy,
will be in Portland Friday night
to attend the! wedding of Mrs.
Heltzels brother, William W. Gab
riel, and MisiJo Ann Watnev at
"the Westminister Presbyterian
church. A reception will follow at
the Alderwood Country club.
On: Etiquette
By Keberta Lee
Q. Is it permissible for a man
to write social letters on his bus
iness stationery?
A. No; plain white hotepaper
should be kept on hand for this
purpose, j
Q. When guests are staying
in one's home, who should defray
such expenses as street car fare
and taxi : hire? 1
A. The host should defray
these expenses whenever con
venient for him. to do so.
Q. Is it proper for an engaged
girl to send announcements to
the newspapers?
A. No; a member of the family,
or a close friend, should attend
to this
Woman's Bible class ef the First
Methodist church will meet with
Mrs. A. AJ Lee, 1315 State street
on friday at 2 o'clock, co-nost
esses will be Mrs. Irene Kleeman,
Mrs. Lena Lisle and Mrs.' Eva
Bonesteele.
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SUN GLASSES
your eyes for only $2.93.
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iflrs. Spaulding
Heads Auxiliary
Mrs. Walter L. Spaulding was
ejected p. evident at the Monday
meeting of Capital Unit No. 9,
American Legion auxiliary.! Other
officers elected were; 1st vice
president Mrs. Clara Poland; 2nd
vice-president, Mrs. Anson Ingels;
recording secretary, Mrs. Ted
Borkman; . corresponding secre
tary w' Mrs. Allan Carson; treasur
er, Mrs. Don Apperson; finance
officer, Mrs. John E.. Wood; exec
utive j board members, Mrs. Mal
colm Cameron, Mrs. Clark M.
Craig, and Mrs. George Manning.
Reports were made by Miss
Marilyn Hall and Miss Dwyn
Anne: Herberger who attended
Girls i State.
guestl Miss Barbara Miller played
Mrs. George A. Hall was a
the piano selections. -I
Delegates elected to attend the
state convention to be held in Sa
lem August 3-6 are Mrs. ' Helen
McLeod, Mrs. Walter L. Spauld
irig, Mrs. Don Apperson. Mrs.
A. W. Lovcik, Mrs. Merle Travis,
Mrs. ) Malcolm Cameron, Mrs.
George Manning, Mrs. Ray Bas
tiett Mrs. Anson Ingels, and Mrs.
Michael Panek. Alternates will be
Mrs. Frank Marshall, Mrs. Clark
M. Craig, Mrs. Ella Voves, Mrs.
Clara Poland, Mrs. Ted Borkman,
Mrs. John TeSelle, Mrs. John E.
Wood. Mrs. Edward F. Voigt Mrs.
Walter Osborne, and Mrs. Austin
H. Wilson.
I Board members were hostesses
a the social hour. Pouring were
Mrs. Clark M. Craig and A. W.
Lovcik. The next meeting will be
July ill when initiation of new
members will be held. j
Liberty Girls to
Attend Eagles Meet
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munity to attend the Eagles state
convention In Pendleton in the
drum and bugle corps are Bever
ly and Betty Lou Harrison, Shir
ley and Lorraine Peterson,1 Mary
Louise Vanek, Margaret Seeger,
and i Elizabeth Stpe. They will
leave Thursday.
A. ;B. Browning of Newport is
in the Salem Memorial hospital
where he is undergoing medical
treatment
I Mr and Mr Wtlhrf Vnrth
Billy; and Gerald spent the week
end in Portland where they were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Kurth and Mr. and Mrs. James
THl f HOI WITH
HIGH HEELS
midways
low heels
O EVERY NATURALIZER IN THE STORE
ON SALE . Y NO EXCEPTIONS!
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Detroit Couple
Attend Spokane
Phone Meet
DETROIT Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Johnson left here on Thursday and
drove to Spokane where they at
tended a meeting Friday and Sat
urday of the Oregon Independent
Telephone association, returning
home Sunday evening.
Visiting Peter Campbell on Sun
day were his mother, Mrs. L. B.
Campbell of Seattle and his bro
ther Chet Campbell of. Eugene.
His mother had flown to Eugene
on Saturday and then she and her
son drove to Detroit Sunday.
Mrs. Guy Wilson returned Sun
day from a two-week visit with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. R.
Dawson at McCune, Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cal Schlador
had as their house guests over
the week end Mr. and Mrs. Vera
Briggs, her nephew and wife of
Roseburg. The four went to Pauli
na lake on a fishing trip and re
port having good luck.
Richard Cannon who was hurt
in an accident Saturday evening
is lo oe dismissed from Bend hos
pital today. Charles was not ser
iously injured, but Calvin was
still unconscious at the St. Charles
hospital in Bend.
u. uavis wno leu from a
chair on Friday badly injuring the
ligaments in his leg will return
from the hospital at Bend on
Tuesday.
Past President of Capital Tnlt,
American Legion auxiliary will
entertain with a covered dish
dinner on Thursday night at the
country home of Mr. and Mrs. O.E.
Palmateer on route 5 at 6:30
o'clock for their husbands and
guests.
The first public railway hauled
by a locomotive operated in Eng
land in 1825 and covered nine
miles in 65 minutes.
Dunn and family.
Emmet: Henry has a dislocated
shoulder and tore some ligaments
when he was struck by a car while
riding his cycle last Wednesday.
Mrs. Albert Kent was a house
Kest for i the week end of Mrs.
uis Kurth. Albert Kent, Lou
Kurth and Lou Kurth. jr., spent
the week end fishing at the head
waters oj the Willamette. They
took limit catches.
THI BIAUTtgUL FIT
PUMPS
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East Salem S- ,JU Kleeman of
Hollywood drive f is seriously ill
in Salem General hospital.
Amity Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
Burch and their son I Harold have
returned to their home in Stock
ton, Calif., after visiting his fath
er, C. H. Burchv and brother, C.
H. Burch, Amity postmaster.
Amity Mrs. Louis Lynch of
Bethel will be hostess for the
Baptist Women's Missionary cir
cle Friday afternooni June 24
Tarner Mrs. J. M. Bones left
recently for Prairie! City where
she will be guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Bones. '
Middle Grove ilr. and Mrs.
Jack Wikoff and son. accompan
ied by Mrs. Agnes jGant of Co
vina. Calif., and Juanita McDev
itt, Ida Jo Henderson and James
Kuenzi. spent the week end at
Kernville on the Siletz river.
FraiUand Mrs. Patricia Wal
ker, Portland, will j demonstrate
jelly making at t(he Woman's
circle meeting Thursday at 2 pjn.
at the church annex.!
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Trnitland Mr. and Mrs. Leon
ard Hanson and family of Sil
verton have rented the Smith
place here. The former tenants,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller, have
moved to a home on Silverton
road.
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Silverton Newly elected offi
cers of the Silverton Lions club
to be installed Wednesday, June
29, art president, Eugene Smith;
vice presidents, Em est Ekman,
Lowell Paup and Fred Evans;J
secretary, rniiup Elites; treas
urer, C. B. Anderson; tail twist
er, Ralph Adams; Lion tamer,
James Chan; directors, Clarence
Morley and Murl Anderson.
Silverton E. J. Boesch. manager-owner
of the Monitor lum
ber yard has returned to his home
following treatment '; at the Sil
verton hospital. Boesch was in
jured when a pile of plywood
slipped and fell on him as he
was removing a sheet from the
pile. Boesch is a former resident
of Silverton and served on the
city council for a number of
years before moving to Monitor
to make his home.
The state flower of Pennsylvania
Is the mountain laurel.
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America's
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Sling pumps or! undals of
genuine reptiU.;
Red, green and; brown
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Garden Road CluK
Meets with Mrs. Wood
EAST SALEM Mrs. Earl
Wood entertained members of the
Garden Road Neighborhood club
Friday at her summer home on
the Little North Fork of the San
tiam river above Mehama. a Pic
nic dinner was enjoyed at noon.
Going up for the' day were Mrs.
GlennLarkins, Mrs. Paul Lynch.
Mrs. A. R. Tartar, Mrs. R. B.
DeLapp, Mrs. Lester DeLapp,
Mrs. W. E. Richardson, Mrs. Rich
ard T. Wicklander, Mrs. A. C.
Schaffer, Mrs. William Hartley,
Mrs. Edward Brandle and daugh
ter, Mrs. Woods and guests, Mrs.
William Judson and daughter Ju
lie, Mrs. a K. Bowes, Mrs. V. R.
Ballantyne and William Hartley.
TRADEMARK NOTICE ,
Notice U hereby given that Quality
Chekd Ice Cream Association, a Wis
consin corporation, of 146 Merrttt St..
Oshkosh. Wis., has tiled its trade-mark
-QUALITY CHEKD" with the Secre
tary of the State ef Oregon.
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EXECUTRIX' NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
NELLIE HOWE has been, bv order of
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for Marion County, appointed ex
ecutrix of the estate of HAVILLEA
ELWOOO CANADA, deceased. Any
persons having claims against said
estate are requested to present them,
with proper vouchers, to said executrix
at 310 Pioneer Trust Buildinc Salem,
Oregon, within six months from the
datr of this notice.
Dated this 22nd dav of June. 149.
NELLIE HOWE
Executrix of the Estate of
Havillea Elwood Canada, dee'd.
RHOTEN & RHOTEN
SAM F. SPEERSTRA
Pioneer Trust Building
Salem. Oregon
Attorney for Executrix
J. 23-29 Jly. S-1J-20
BACKACHE,
LEG PAINS MAY
BE DANGER SIGH
Of Tired Kidney
WVn disorder mt kidnrr fanetioa friuiltj
rlsoaoos EflBtter to rcmola in yvor Wood,
may cans nan-ia backache, iltmiMtie
pains, lex paiaa, loss of pep and eaarsT. St.
ting vp niffbta, aweUiBg. pn&ams anoar tba
yea. headaches and diisineaa. Frevoent )
scanty passages with smarting and homing
sometimes shows there b something wrong
With your kidneys or bladder.
Don't wait I Ask your drusarlst foe Doaa'a
Pills, a stinralant diuretic, naed soeeeaafully
by mill ions for orer It years. Doaa'a give
happy relief and will help the IS miles of
kidney tube flash oat poiKmoas waste fian
nut blood, Get Doaa'a Puis.
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SUIIVIER CLEARANCE
Greatest Value!
At a f ptclal Introduc
tory offer during
this sale only
STYLES TO CHOOSE FROMI
The Statesman. Salem, Oregon,
Dr. Henkle Elected
School Director in
Silverton District
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SILVERTON Dr. E L. Henkle,
unopposed, was elected as five
year director in the Silverton dis
trict 4 school election Monday,
and R. G. Smith defeated Harold
Bartsch for the one year term.
The board organization meeting
will be held July 13 with Lloyd
Larsen, chairman, serving" until
that time. !
A. B. Anderson, superintendent
FRESH POULTRY
Fat, Young Poultry, All Kirtd$ .
At Our Handy Location
FinS MARKET
218 North Commercial
Announcement
Selections of Compartments (Crypts and
Niches) now being made in New Addition to
Mt. Crest Abbey
MAUSOLEUM iml CREMATORIUM
(Now Completed)
for Appointment Please Call
3-5484 or 3-5133 j
Lloyd T. Rigdon
Manager !
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Salem Mausoleum & Crematorium
nmoDsttS
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Play Shoes. . .
Semi-Dress
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NATURAL
EROWN
O ALL OF THESE SHOES ARB ON SALE
Wwdnday. Tune tL 1911
of schools, jlanj to spend the ma
jor part of the summer at Silver
ton supervising" repair work, cen
tered chieflbr around the Eugene
Field school building. Included U
the relaying o( the floor In the
auditorium, j This has suffered
greatly frona dry rot, Mr. Ander
son stated Tuesday and will be
torn out at; once.
Considerable redecorating will
also be donfr this summer on the
buildings at Well as the routine
roof repairs undertaken each gum
mer.
Ohio is khown as the "Buckeye
State."
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Penaljo
Relnhartt
Liff Stride
Vagabonds
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GREEN
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NO EXCEPTIONSI I 1
CAPITAL DRUG STORE
O NO EXCHANGES
0 NO REFUNDS
1 STATE
NO PHONE CALL? .
STREET
PLEASE
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