The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 24, 1949, Page 9, Image 9

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The Statesman. Salem. Oregon, Sunday. July 24. i
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Mr. and Mi. Jacob Janzen (Barbara lean Kent) whose
marriage was an event of July 2 at the First Congregational
church. The couple will live in West Salem. The' bride's par
ents are the Rollo D. Kents of Salem and the groom is the
Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Janzeriiof Dallas. (Jesten-Miller).
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' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meithof (Virginia Carda) who were
mrrTid on July 2 at St. Joseph's Catholic church. The bride
is the daughter of the Ray P. Cardas and the groom is the
son ot Mrs.. Marie Meithol and John Meithof. The couple will
live in Salem. (Kennell-EUis).
for that heavenly
feeling of freedom!
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Cordtex lift brassiere fives firm light
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whits in'sizss 99-40.
To: Be Held
At Shinn's
' One of the larger affairs of the
mid-summer season mill be the
fuchsia tea for which' members of
the Salem Art association will be
hosts on Sunday, July 31, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Er
vin Sbinn, on North Summer
street It will be a benefit affair
for the art association to carry
on its work and. all interested per
sons are invited to call between
4 and 8 o'clock. The Shinn gar
den is filled with a wide variety
of fuchsias, providing a most col
orful background for the tea.
Mrs. Lester Barr Is general
chairman of the tea directorate
and on the reception committee
are Miss Elizabeth Lord, president
of the association, Mrs. Clifford
Taylor, treasurer, Mrs. Robert
Shinn, Mrs. Robert L. Ellstrom,
Mrs. Glenn McCormick, Mrs.
James T. Brand. Mrs. Charles A.
Sprague, Mrs. William H. Burg
hardt, Mrs. Paul B. Wallace, Mrs.
Henry V. Compton, Mrs. Stewart
Johnson, Mrs. James Walton, Mrs.
John Heltzel, Mrs. Chandler
Brown, Mrs. Robert Letts Jones,
Mrs. David Duniway, Mrs. F. W.
Poorman, Mrs. Chester A. Downs,
and Miss Nellie Schwab.
Presiding at the punch bowl in
the garden will be Mrs. Robert
Grabenhorst, Mrs. George A. Ar
buckle. Mrs. William R. Shinn,
Mrs. Robert W. Gormsen, Mrs.
Vernon Drye, Mrs. Hubert Wil
liamson, Mrs. Roger M. Schnell,
and Mrs. Peery T. Buren. Serv
ing will be Mrs. Robert Brown
ell, Mrs. Roy Edgerton, Mrs. Don
ald Fisher. Mrs. Phil Browneli,
jr., and Miss Sally Barr.
Mrs. Frank E. Shafer heads the
refreshments committee and Mrs.
Keith Powell and Miss Edith
Schryver art in charge of decor
ating. Miss Elliott,
Mr. Wallace
Wedding bells will ring on Sep
tember 14 for Miss Patricia Imo
gens Elliott, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Elliott, and John Basil
Wallace, son of B. J. Wallace of
Seattle and grandson of Mrs.
Beile Park of Salem. The cere
mony will be performed at the
First Congregational church at 8
o'clock with a reception follow
ing. The news of th couple's ap
proaching marriage was revealed
at a garden party Saturday night
for which the bride-elect's moth
er was hostess at the country home
of her uncle and aunt, Mr: and
Mrs. A. W. McKillop. A picnic
supper was served and the cou
ple's names were printed on nap
kins to disclose the betrothal.
Miss Elliott and her fiance are
graduates of Salem high school
and she is now with the Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph Co. Her
fiance, who served in the navy
during the war. Is attending Wil
lamette university.
Attending the announcement
party were Miss Elliott, Misses
Nancy Ringland, Mary Ellen Pe
trasy, Barbara McNeil, Edith
Kunz, Rose Marie Gottfried, Lou
ise Wriston, Ruby Pierce, Shirley
Karrten, Clarabelle Roth, Alicia
1 Cover, Joan Lanke, Mrs. Charles
fierce. Mrs. Herbert Aplington,
Mrs. Walter Wadsworth, Mrs.
Walter Kaisten, Mrs. Raymond
Elliot, Mrs. M. W. Ward, Mrs.
ElmeiRoth, Mrs. Belle Park, Mrs.
VernonX Sorenson, Mrs. Orpha
Coates, Mrs. A. J. Elliott and Mrs.
A. W. McKillop.
Glib to Picnic
Salem Junior Woman's club will
have its annual picnic tonight at
Leslie park at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs.
Robert Johnson and Mrs. Sam
Campbell are in change. This use
is the last event on the club's cal
endar until fall V
The Salem BPW club will hold
picnic at Paradise island on
Tuesday night at 6:30 o'clock.
Members planning to attend are
asked to call Miss Ruth McA
ams for reservations. Arrangi
the affair are Mrs. E. A. Teuski,
chairman of the hospitality com
mtitee, and Mrs. Effie King,
chairman of the recreation com
mittee, and members of the com
mittee. . :
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bal . . . the battle of the First and Biggest
Ripe' Vegetables is new on. It's a war that's
perennial, it exists the gavernmenl- nothing,
and 'no lives are lost. Several are already
vieing tor first place among tomato growers.
Give us a head of lettuce and the first ripe
cucumber and we'll have salad. (Armistice!
Ve found local tomatoes in the market)
A p to guideiieri . . . We've found a
new way to irrigate. We put the hoses dawn
two gopher holes on the lawn and left them
running for four hours." We don't know just
exactly what we irrigated, but it must have
been scanerhing, we never saw the water
feathered friends . . . But you should
have seen the birds all week, they've been
pulling worms up by the hundreds. We may
not have drowned the gophers but we cer
tainly sent the worms up to the slaughter.
Mean eT filing . . . We can just see Jupi
ter Pluvius sitting up there on a cloud, chuckl
ing to himself as he contemplates how un
comfortable he's making the prospective
hostess of garden parties. If he'd just make
it rain it would be different, it's the indecision
that turns them gray.
. . . Maxine Buren.
Gates Residents
To Construct
Gvic Building
GATES The Women's club
met in special session Thursday
at the schoothouse. Mrs. Elmer
Stewart presided at the business
session.. It was reported the Gates
business men were willing to aid
the club in starting immediate
construction of a clubhouse, to be
used by both groups. George
Clise, local trailer park owner,
was appointed to take charge of
Mrs. : Velma Corey has been
employed as cook at the Garrison
fountain and cafe. Mrs. Corey is
in charge of the school lunch pro
gram during the winter months.
Mrs. Dan Densmore of Anchor
age, Alaska, has been visiting her
mother; Mrs. Lula Collins. A fa
mily reunion was held at the Col
lins home Sunday. Attending were
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sella rd and
Mildred; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Boyd
and Dalene from Salem; Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Rosheim of Mill
City; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Collins
of Estacada; Mrs. Judy Elkins
and daughter of Portland; Mrs. i
Densmoer and Mrs. Collins. !
Mr. and Mrs. James
and small daughter of Seattle,
Wash., are visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
mund Davis.
Mrs. Clarence Rush is working
as part time switchboard operat
or at the Santiam telephone com
pany in Mill City. There is 24
hour phone service during fire
Brooks Church to
Hold Evening Service
BROOKS The Rev. Victor
Trimmer, CA president lor Ore
gon district. Assemblies of God,
will be the speaker at the Sunday
evening srrvice at the Brooks
Leaving for a; few days, at the
Oregon beaches this week were
Miss Evelyn Austin, Miss Norma
lee Bunn and her mother, Mrs.
B. W. Bunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Walker and
Bonita, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ramp
spent Sunday at Silver Creek
Guests at the E. B. Klamoe
home are Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Wolfe
of Clark. S. D.. their son, Mr. and
Mrs. John Wolfe and daughter
Kathleen of Corvallis. Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Wolfei will accompany
their son to Corvallis for a visit.
Staytori Union
High Bids to
Be Advertised
STAYTON. July 23
Overlock j architects
and Haislip. Portland
announced today they
Amity Church
Group Plans
AMITY The "Lord s Acre
Committee" of the Methodist
ehurch met recently to further
plans for this program, which
was formulated in the church last
Projects adopted by the church
for the next three years are pro
perty improvement, decorating the
sanctuary, landscaping and a fire
place to be built with equipment
for activities of youth and other
groups of the church.
The committee consists of Joe
McKee, H. W. Torbet, Phil Meek
er, Mrs. Glenn Stevenson, Mrs.
H. E. Wood, T. C. Richter and
Royal Cochran.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. RichteV have
purchased a farm east of Amity,
on the Hopewell road. The place
is an old landmark, formerly the
home of the Burch family.
The Richters will remain in
town for the winter. They plan
to build a new home later.
will advertise next week for seal
ed bids for construction of tht
new union high school for dist
rict 4-J to be located here on
West Locust street.
The action was authorized in a
recent school board meeting in
which board members also auth
orized the firm; to prepare plans
for grading and leveling the
grounds in preparation for con
struction work.
The board hired V. Ruth Noble,
Monmouth, to teach in Stayton's
elementary school next year.
Liberty Families
Hosts to Visitors
LIBERTY Mrs. H. S. Grif
i fith of Farmington, 'Wash., is a
guest at the home of her son, Don
' Griffith.
Mrs. Mary Powers has her
granddaughter visiting her.
Mrs. Helen Lahti, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. John
Dasch, for the past three weeks,
returned to her home in Astoria
with her children, Edla and Veja.
Mrs. Carl Bell entertained
friends on Monday in her home.
Guests were Mrs. Paul Scham,
Mrs. Addie Parks, Mrs. Wilbert
Kurth, Mrs. Louis Kurt:i, Mrs.
C. W. Stacey and Mrs. Leah
Smith, Gwenyth Russell of Port
land, and Patty Lloyd of New
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Schalk,
Billy and Bobby, will leave July
25 for a vacation trip. They will
visit Mt. Rainier, the San Juan
islands, and Victoria, B. C. be
fore returning home along the
SWEET HOME Three Sweet
home residents are recovering
from injuries suffered in a truck
auto collision at the intersection
of Clark's Mill road and highway
20 Thursday. Discharged from
the hospital after treatment for
cuts and bruises were Bobby
Hancock, 2, and his sister. Patsy,
4, passengers in an auto driven
by their father. James Lelonde,
driver of the truck, was inured
but did not require hospitalization.
DETROIT, July 23 The 10
U. S. forest service fire lookouts
in the Detroit area have been
manned for the summer, S. T.
Moore, district ranger, announced
today. Five smoke chasers hava
been secured for fire patrol work.
Children that art frightened when
about to undergo a surgical opera
tion can be calmed by Avertin, an
anesthetic that quiets their fright.
Avertin causes sleep in about fight
and one half minutes and the aver
age recovery time is a little more
than an hour.
Capital Drag Store
State At Liberty Street
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TBcdnomy is Also a Cadillaciorl I
SILVERTON Mrs. Cleva Lehr
has announced the forthcoming
marriage of her daughter. Miss
Joan Lehr, to Robert S. Kem
per, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
S. Kemper, to take place August
27 at Immanuel Lutheran church,
Members of the SAE Minerva
club and their husbands will be
entertained at a picnic dinner on
Monday night in the garden of
the country home of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert G. Brady at "Half-Pint"
farm. Dinner will be served at
7 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Wtnstanley Jenks
are leaving today for a weeks
Y i . i r. w i
cruise : mrougn ine aan juu is
lands. They are being joined on
the cruise by Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Elliott; of Vancouver, B. C.
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0 the run, there has come into being what
amount! virtually to a Cadillac vocabulary.
There are hrerallr cores of words whiclr, applied to
automobiles, call Cadillac almost instantly to mind.
Few can hear such words at "Character," "Pres
tige," "Quabtr," Craftsmanship," "Precision,"
"Distinction" and a host of others without associ
ating them with Cadillac."
But there it one potent word which applies with
equal emphasis to Cadillac but which motorists, in
the past, have not so readily associated with the car.
That word is Economy.
With its marvelousljr efficient new high-corn pres.
ion engine, the 1949 Cadillac deGrer gasoline mitt
af e which actually approaches that of the popular
low-priced cars. It is almost unbelievable for a car M
large and luxurious. $
And, of course, Cadillac dependability and long lift
have become traditional. In fact, the life-span of
a Cadillac has never been accurately measured.
Yes, "Economy" is also a Cadillac word and belong
in the Cadillac vocabulary.
Have you inspected and driven a Cadillac? If
not, you owe it to yourself to do so far it is truly a
revelation in what a motor car can ii and .
You are most wrlcomt to visit oof showrooms.
AMITY Les Worden and O.
V. Anderson have been award
ed the contract for remodeling the
home economics classroom in the
Amity high school. They" were the
lowest of three bidders. The sum
submitted was $9,300, and con
struction will begin immediately.
Virgil Husky has been awarded
the contract for landscaping the
high school athletic field.
Douglas McKay Chevrolet Company
S10 N. Commercial St.
Phone 3-3175
Now available for all "Hideway Hearing" is a
real asset in business. No distracting, obvious ear
button to wear plus the enjoyment of wonderful
clear, noise-free hearing. No Hardcf-Hearing per
son need let pride stand in the way of good
hearing! "Hideaway" hides your hearing loss. .
Don't pass this by In
vestigate how. Free Try
out in the home upon request.
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