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THE CAPITAL JOITJTAL.
iiiscUuiieous showrrfley ana Laura tHwood.
iiriiiimne ihu pu r..r t . .
be honor Kacta gu, ,dded much fin the Month of May Bent
to the merriment of ,he coa by I Irm. 1.
writing bits of clever advice ni. ! I .;, ,.-
, to manage a husband. The w as- 8 Eldon "jory "
tumbled in a booklet and presented to Cukoo son? .... Martin
"h for future reference. She ' GracV RU.
... .rviuR-iu or many beautiful ' nutt- En Parlll
Sifts. WM,- refreshments ere rvedJ . m ?,V, "
. " f Miss Aueusta ! businean of the evening j:. ,
w T; Reverend C. F.I with, and the following i "I" a' MeCafferty
Mrs. LuU K. Sheldon, Mrs.
1 ill be an veBt of J"ne- rura wa rendered: Piano solo,
Mrs. M. B. Shiriev
Anna Melntyre and Mrs. Weigel.
Misses Tallin TV........... - ...
. "Jaij i,,.i. . . --
-.a.. necoruicu nim "aei, cimik. rranceft Hi r " . :ii, a.uv aiuuirmon
L. a .h. affair waslbert White: reaii.,T t . .....,. .'' Margaret Cwlot. Marv Cha.lu i.k- Pi I Twilight Hells ....
l...h. nartv. each I ano solo. Norma Cnusm,,.. LlL"ila Deyoe, Georgia Ellis. Emllv Rnm.L MrS-
itar-' , .Kiun'. ri Har.i. .,i .... son. Ethel Itoherie n,.ie c.., iwn. Kumr I
I itresseu i . - ............ pMnv ehmo. ueioert vi-' v ... v.. ... , -vine . . . ... , ,
1,01 esko. uian.1ln .. rt M -1 Smith an,! (ireta Phillii. . Out Inthe Field .
f ... , "V . MVIlClie. i I
! " i. an extremely attractive
,oiBn. ,i to the
inia she has been very
About thirfy-five members of the'' JlrS" C" 'I- Thom,30n- president of
Loyal Women's class of the Fii-st Me-I11"" y11"5''' '""' club, and ra
thodiBt church gathered at the hom, " V'' Wi!k?s Wl're Joint hostesses to
..j 'i:il work. She of Mrs. Geei-ira Peert nn Mn. u i
k dwrrn i miner
& with a number of beau
K nd the hostess served ae
: petreshnunts at the close ot
were Miss Freda
uiss EJna Meyer. Miss Kath
' ", yis, iiene Koehn. " Miss
'' " ..... L'mu Huffman
i',w ... n t f! C...
i Hattie wenaianvi.
I ft Mis Otlelta Hofmfan, Miss
r.H,'rtwifc hult5t an()
street, last Thursday
tne Mlmrd AVoman's club and the
iter r.t . . .
afternoon fori .. n club on Thursday
their leirnlnr hn:in., k..i . , I atternoon.
.rriiii ureo in.
the tuuure of a farewell for Mrs. PeeH ! Abuut thirty-five club members and
and family who leave next Wednesday! frlem,!' assembled on the spacious
for an extended visit through the eastlaw" fr01" ot l"e country home of
and south. After the business meeting a ; ' H- Thompson to enjoy the hospi
social time and program was enjoyed, j lalitv of tne hostesses and listen to .
Mrs. Peed was assisted ill serving re- I ''Shtful program. Rev. H. C. Stover
frcshments hy Xlesdumes Krunk. Cer- i ' Sa!pm sa'e the address of the aft
nik, Olllingham, Alatten and Conpn. ! Prnoon' choosing f1r his subject 'torn-
' munity Life." Jn talk which was
both inspiring and practical Mr. Stover
gave many hints for "keeping 'em
down on the farm."
Other numbers on the program,
which consisted-of a vocal solo by Mrs.
J. C. Cui rie, a vocal duet by Mrs. Alice
14ti;S Nebraska! inomlson and Rev. Stover, and m
to i'h. ,,., piano solo hv Mrs. Aliee Tlinniiis.nn
, received the highest i I'Hstor of the I'nited Breihien church ,vere vvel1 r'T.dcreii and much enjoyed.
J"r , ,r,,.iiaVid- Misii' officiated, using the rine- cercmonv. Assisting the heal esses in sei-ving re-
of i lie oriue was cnarniing in a gown j " ' '"s i."ia uri le an
ot white messiline, combined itri ' L- Aehersold.
silver lace, and carriud a mixed bou- i
quet of sweet peas, giudioll and Cecil; Commencement week at Sacred
brunner roses. Mr. and Mrs. John Bar-'"M" "C"'""' wll he usiiored in to
One of the prettiest of the many
June weddings being celebrated during
the month of brides, was that of Miss
m P.lln :l-.ll.lu nA PI I .,...-
1 . am1 demonstration ot worn i . ......... ...... ruuser, jr.,
r,'Lh0,rc.making club during ! which took place June a at the home
1 leim. weie features.o I of tne Broom's parents, Mr, and Mrs.
f , dav of the scholastic year' dal les Barker, Sr., 14.,
Ifl.. s,i,l Tuesday. Miss! "feet. Reverend tjeorg
ihson w.is the recepient
L,nd favor ,and tne iniiu-pnsw
lanche M. Junes was judge of
-test Eighth grade certificaiea
resented to members of the
v Mrs. Mary I rulkerson, coun
md'ding of Mis Hazel h. Casp
his city, anJ Arthur Piiem, of
v, was one of the moat import
il events of the past week,
ading took place at the home
,rl,ie', parents 252 State street,
,-iy evening at Reverend R.
;!,am, pastor of the Court street
a church, officiated, using the
Lr( ring ceremony. Only the
ate relatives of the young cou-
we in attendance.
bride's gown was of sheer white
d, chine, and she carried an arm
ft of sweet peas. . Frank Caspell
km Fleta Caspell, brotht'r and
ker, Jr., were groomsman and brides-1 morrow nn.rning with the baccalau-
maid m.i th u.o,i.ii,, m, ..v, e,m ! reate services at St. Joseph's church.
I iii.su niiiai win we sung ai iu:ju ny lain ) :sn
I the pupils of the school, the baera-
, , niu.tun- an mull will Uf UfOeieU U
A Veduing luncheon, at which rov-1 Reverend J. R. P.uck. pastor of the
ers were laid for about 24 guests was 'church.
served at the close of the ceremony.! jiondav and Tuesday will he taken
The young people will make their
home at 705 South l!)th street.
The numerous friends of Represen
tative and Mrs. Hawley will be de
lighted to iear that they are expected
to arrive in Salem the first of the
week from Washington, D. C. Mr. Haw
ley left the capital last Wednesday and
stopped over at several points along
the way to attend to important busi
ness maters. .Mrs. Hawley, and Miss
Iras Hawley left the latter part of the
of the bride, acted as best man week and were to come direct to Ore-
bridesmaid. The house decora
tor the. occasion were of pinK
hM, a wealth of beautiful flow
inj used to obtain the desired
Satin streamers of the chosen
were used as a background in
raer where the ceremony took
Udiateljf after the wedding, the
x?n taken to the dining room
dainty refreshments in which
Titty color scheme was furthe
til out, were served. The bride
bom were the recipients of nu-
. beautiful and valuable pres-
ui Mrs. Priem left the same
gon. The official dispatch announcing
the congressman's leave also stateo
that R. C. Glover of this city, had been
appointed assistant secretary to m..
Hawley, and that the latter would
mainain ofifces In the Oregon building
during liia stay in Oregon.
The Children's Day program at the
United 'Brethren church, which will be
given tomorrow at 10 o'colck promises
to be one of complete enjoyment for
the little ones attending. The following
program has been prepared.
. Recitation, "Greetings",' Dale Horn
yen 'drill. God's Winged Messengers,
hv six cirls: recitation, vVhy, Garnet.
1 for Portland, where they will . Sternberg; the Flowers' Mesasge,
i brief honeymoon. They will
Some to their many friends next
it the Priem farm near Macleay.
fcroom la a well known and pros
Is farmer ot that district. Tha
k a charming member of the
bt social set of the capital city.
ixorth Salem Women's club met
sday at the home of Mrs. J. F.
pison. The meeting was in honor
p. W. F. Fargo and Mrs. Byron
uk, two two North Salem wo-
'ho have achieved success In the
My world. Although Mrs. Etta
pSeeley, another author of con-
fMonote, was not able to be pres-
paper on her works was read by
F. 1 Purvlne. Miss Marie Cor-
former student of the Boston
TOtory of Music, delighted the
Mr with a vocal solo and was en-
I stally encored. Miss Pratt ac
tnied her at the piano. Mrs.
pick and Mrs. L. J. Simeral were
f into the club as members. Dean
f'ii of Willamette university was
al guest and spoke on the arti
Opal Whitely appearing in the
Monthly: Mrs. Guy Smith
Hthe hostess in serving delicious
House was beautifully decorated
I old fashioned flowers, garden
"pe and clove pinks predomi
p Nearly the entire personnel
f'w was In attendance.
' "d Mrs. George Steele of Port
Tt the week-end guests of Sa;
'nds last Sunday.
Eleanor Huckesteln, daughtei
inaster and Mrs. Auguet Hucke
'"rived in Salem Thursday even-
few days visit with her par.
Huckestein holds g posi
" trust in the Shanfko bank and
Mle to Salem urimarilv to at
''J alumni gathering of Sacred
f Kademy of which school she isl
-'-.Hale. Shp nl:m tn return to
tm Oregon town the first of
' Gerund, Camnbell of Portland
Wain,. . ... m.
, . ' ,re ui-i-iown guests at tne
meoration at Sacred Heart
- thia week-end
JWvning was the occasion of
"b'r nipper, social and busl-r-y
at Jason Lee .Memorial
Rev. a a t.i.,111 -.- i
. -- tfimiiKaii nu itt
unce of the pastor.
UV Clark, north Church street
"'"'ng hostess on Thursday af-
for Ik. a-
I v " omen s Home mm-r-aociet
i . ,
"i Jrfson Lee Memorial
Tn annual election of offl
fol,OTre4 by a aoclal hour and
Of dainty refreshments.
t officers of Salem Lodge
feadV" "f Honor took P'Rce
way evening, with the follow-
H. Chi,f of Honor. NeV
ef L "' honor. Bertha Vie
renionies; Anna McKin
T"l,n"r. Julia McKUinev.
u" "'"''' Greta Bailey; trean-
w McK"tney; assistant sister
fVi u EKh: inside watch,
: tr watch, Nettie Me
(V hf Sylvia White; captain.
I ' J!"1; trustees. Arabella Bai-
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! ' - .
Daisy ." Engleman
Joyful Greeting Kern
Memories of Spring Anthony
Echoeso f the Alps Moter
Duett, Over Hill and Dale ... Engleman
Haxel H amnion and Helen Leisey.
In Twilight Gausrahls
Mocking Eyes Anthony
Dance of the Kewpies Ashford i
On the Lake Williams
Fairy Ha roue Smallwood
Mrs. Ella Donaldson.
How Sweet the Moonlight Sleeps
Gaynelle Leone Beckett.
Nearer My God to Thee, trans. ..
Chapel bv the Sea ...Fisher
Spanish YTaneii, op. 1.2, No. 2 ,
Gayneile Beckett and Doris Hensley.
Shower of Stars Wachs
La Harpe Eolienne '. Smith
Duett, Prelude C niin....Rachmaninoff
Alice Booek and Susie Hazell.
. 4. -'. -
Outsulc the sttcngtli and
toughness of Prodium Rulv
ber, insuring longer fife
Inside the last word in
rugged, resistant, cord tire
This .tells, in the fict, 'why
Republic Grande Cord Tires
haw won instant acceptance
wherever the good name of
Republic Tires is known.
Salem Automobile Co.
F. G. Delano A. I. Eoff
six girls; piano solo, Marie jvrnoiu,
recitation, Opal Means; recitation,
Maxine Hill; Bong, For Others; recita
tion, God is Everywhere; recitation,
A Little Pilgrim, Metva DeBard; song
The Bee Song, Juniors; recitation,
Children's Day Memoires, -fciivin re
Bard; rose drill and song, nine gms.
Sunday school collection.
The weddina- of Miss Cecelia Zelln-
skl and Andrew Feilln took place at
St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Tunflnaj
morning, Reverend Father buck per
forming the ceremony. The Nuptial
Mass was celebrated at 10 o'clock.
The bride wore a "beautiful creation
of white satin, and a full length veil,
which was caught up with a dainty
bridal wreath of lillies of the valley.
Her shower bouquet was oi wrme
Mi Rose Zelinski, ssiter of the
ijride, acted as bridesmaid, and wore a
lovely gown of blue georgette. va
ried a bonuet of pink sweet peas. Al
bert Kufner was best mart. .
Miss Lena Huckestein pi earn .
.i... ,.1-onn. ana IVirs. r.
too -- -' Hh..ettle
brlch was soloist, mi
played the violin. A large ae...u.,
relatives and friends were present at
-,.pm,,nv. which was followed b
K,.i,f:ist at the J. Zeilinskl
a weuunib "'
up with grammar grade finishing ex
ercises, and. farewell receptions for
the high school graduates. Wednes
day morning the annual senior break
fast will take place on the campus nf
the school. Commencement exercises
will be held Wednesday evening In
the auditorium of the public higli
school. The graduation address will be
rendered by Reverend Father Deruin,
assistant pastor of the local church.
A bwiutiful musical and literary pro
gram has been prepared for thp
event. Five students will receive their
certificates Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M.. Vassall
have removed from the Argo hotel to
an apartment at 545 Court street. Mrs.
Vassall was formerly Miss Zoe Sem
ple of Seattle, a daughter of the late
ex-Governor Eugene Semple.
The alumni banquet was one of the
outstanding events In the commence
ment week of the Turner high school.
Several members of the alumni, the
seniors and teachers motored to si-
lem Thursday evening where a sump
tuous banquet was served in the ban-'
quet room of the Spa. Wallace Riches
of the class ofl16 acted as toast
master and several, toasts were given.
Following the banquet a business
meeting was held. Ivan Hadley was
ohosen for the new president and Ha
ael Bear the secretary-treasurer of
About thirty members of the alum
ni association of Sacred Heart acad
emy assembled at the school last eve
ning for the annual reunion of gradu
ates of the institution. The business
meeting was proceeded by a well ren
dered and much appreciated program
consisting of a reading by Miss Ada
Qulncy; vocal duet, Miss Rosella Ryan
nd Miss Viola Finney; reading, Ml.s
Ruth Cummings; harp solo, Miss
Mary Lebold; reading, Miss Mary
Ryan; vocal solo, Miss Gladys Dime
ter. At the business meeting the follow
ing new members were admitted into
the association: Misses Lena Huck
estein, Lily Blake, Florence Blake,
Marie Feber and Florence Clemans.
The address of welcome was made by
Miss Eleanor Huckestein, and was re
sponded to Ivy Miss Lena Huckestein
' Election of officers- resulted In the
selection of Mrs. E. L. Ross for pre.'i
ident, Miss Susie Sparrow of Portland
for vice president (reelected) and
Miss Sarah Lansing, secretary-treas
urer. Miss Lucille Jaskoski is the re
tiring president and Miss Eleanor
The Hollywood Ladies social club
met last "Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. J. A. Everson, for their regular
meeting. The Everson residence was
prettily decorated with numerous va
ses of June roses, pink and white be
ing the colors .used most extensively.
A sumptuous luncheon was served by
the hostess, followed by an enjoyable
social hour. .
The Hollywood club is one of the
most progressive in the city and Is id
entitylng itself with civic affairs since
its organization. The principal topic of
discussion Wednesday was the coming
school meeting, to ho held on the third
Monday in June. The club will meet
next time with Mrs. Walter Davis. The
ladies who attended the gathering On
Wednesday were Miss Bessie Evensoh,
Mrs. Ackerman, Mrs. Gibson Mrs. Wal
ter Davis, Mrs. Rowland, Mrs. Dean,
Mrs. A. E. lied hie and Mrs. John Gun
Interesting visitors in Kulein will
week are Mr. and Mrs. David Byerlee,
who are quests at tile home of the
hitter's purents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Cove, 1160 Hood street. Mr. and Mrs.
Byerlee, who are the graduates of the
Eugene Ulble school will leave in tile
uumedlnle future for Holenge, Belgian
Congo, Africa where they will engage
In Misisonary work among the na
The church at Bolenge, Including Its
various outposts along the Congo and
Its tributary rivers, is one of the lar
gest religious organizations in the
wot Id. Pastors are enabled to visit
these out of the way churches by
means of the river steamer, Oregon,
which was presented to the missionar
ies by the christian churches of Oregon
in 10. Dr. and Mrs. K. It. Moon of
this state, have been in this territory
for Beveral years.
Mr. Byerlee, who is a printer by
trade, will have charge of the native
printing plant at Bolenge. Mrs. Byerlee
an accomplished musician, will have
charge of the music at the post, and
teach reading and writing. She has
been a teacher in the music deport
ment of the Bible school for a number
of years. Sunday morning Mr. ana
Mrs. Byerlee will speak ut the 11
o'clock service at the First Christian
The numerous Salem friends of Bflr
Ith Carter Kuney will be interested in
knowing that she left Spokane last ev
ening for a year's sojourn in Europe.
She will stop for a brief visit 1n Chi-
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mercial street, sample room of M.i-
W. II. BUllOHAKDT, Jr.,
i. District Cloi k.
W. C. Wlnslow,
Chuirinan board of directors. 141
and Mrs. Feilen will take UP jnuckesteln the retiring secretary-
their 'residence upon their return from
them honeymoon, in their new home
of North 25th street.
...-1 hi Graduated from the
Of tne largroi. - . i
school. The address .was given by J.
H. Ackerman, president of the Ore
nn State Normal school, and alp o-
man were presented by W. . Blanche E. Gutes of Kansas City,
mas wi h evening!.. . . ,u. .....
Slow. The program w ' i mo.t rs a recent arrival in m vnj m
wais.' '' I spend the summer with her sister.
Selection High School Orchestra de Cam)beU of 235 south 14th.
Invocation Kv' C-H- ?We
"Come Where the Lilies Bloom .... Coming as a pleasant surprise to the
Thompsonj guests of honor, the party given at
Glee Club the beautiful Walter Buckner reslden-
A two course luncheon was served
In the spacious library and the eve
ning culminated with a social hour.
Huge vases of white and pink roses
were used as a decorative moth in
the two reception rooms and the li
brary, set off with pretty clusters of
scented locust bloom.
ce In lienor of Mr. and Mrs. Buck
ner who relumed early In the week
(First honor 1 nschoiarsnip. t ' f rom a motor tour of California, was
Violin solo, auiH-r -
(Elected by faculty.)
Citizens in the Making"
I a delightful affair In every detail. The
evening was spent in card playing.
I Mrs. F. E. Shafer and O. P. Hoff re
! cevlng high honors. A delicious lunch
! ...Iminaioj the eveninir'a entov-
(Elected W c ribbar1! ment. Guests at the Buckner home
Valedictory - Kathryn "at ven Mr and Mr9. Buckner. Mr. and
(Second honor In scholarsmp.) i g p & Rhafer, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Cello solo-'- " Poisal, Mr. and Mrs. (i. W. Laflar,
Nocturno ueorge Mr d rB- G. P. Hoff, Mr. and Mrs.
-i.,rt. fn D -w" .-.- - i .
Avery Hicks , .
address to class, "TfTe Finished Pro
Effective June 10, cash fares on the
city lines of the Portland Railway,
Light & Power company will be in
creased from six to eight cents under
an order of the Oregon public service
commission handed down this ani't'
noon. Regular patrons of the system
will be carried at the rate of seven am.
one-half cents per ride, through the
purchase of unlimited tickets In stiMps
of six at 45 cents, while even this rat
may he shaved anothe two-tenths of a
cent through the purchase of unlimit
ed tickets In books of f0 coupons for
$3.65. Limited school children's tick
ets will remain at the old rate ot four
Failure of the city of Portlund to
accept the suggestions for city owner
ship of the steel rails of the street
railway company and the indifference
of the car riders, themselves, toward :
the "nubile burdens" tin for ellmlna-
cago and New York City ,and among, tj()n &t tne peCial election May 21 are
the European cities she will visit are j )n(nre(.ty blamed hy the commission.
Liverpool, Stratford-on-Avon, and Lon!for tne rtt,lcttl increase represented In
don. She will study for a while in Paris todfty-, rder which points out that the
and will take a epeclal course In the Unu(lton of adequate rapid transit
university oi Aiauiiu, m njmut, miri
studying In the principal cities of It
aly. She plans to spend part of the
Winter in Algiers.
Miss Kuney Is a former resident of
Salem. Her parents are at present ut
Newport, but have a home In the city.
She was graduated from Willamette
University with the class of 1909, and
was instructor in the Oregon Agricul
tural college for tome time. Since her
resignation from O. A. C. she has held
a responsible position In the Lewis and
Clarke school in Spokane. Miss Kune)
has identified herself with numerous
educational projects, was active in 111'
erary circles while in Salem, and has
a host of IrleiKis wno win ue i.t inni'-u
to hear of her European trip.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL
Annual school meeting of the school
district No. SM, Marlon county, Ore
gon, will be held In the high school
building, in sard dlstrlut, on Monday
evening, June 21, 1920, at 8 o'clock
p. m. for tha purpose of hearing th
reports of the board of directors mid
the district clerk of said district, and
for such other business as tnuy oomo
before the meeting.
Dated this 8th day of June. 1920.
Attest: W. H. BUKGHARDT, Jr.
District Clerk. I of May, 1920. which ar
MI'IK i; OK THIS JMPIIOVKJMHNT
of Tnulo Htrwt front 'liurvli fcHroci
to High Htiwt.
Not loo is hereby given thitt -Common
Countill deems It expedient so
to do. and hereby declares its purpose
and intention to Improve Trade Street
from the whhI lino of Church Street
to the east lino of lilh Htrout at ths
expense of the Hbutllng and adjacent
property, except the alley lnterseo
tlon which will be paid by tha City
of Salem, hy bringing said portion of
Trado Street to the established grade,
constructing wmcnt conoroto rurbs
Hiid paving said portion of Trad
Street with a nix inch Portland cement
gravel concrete pavement, In accord
ance with tho plans and specifications
for tho Improvement of Bald portion
of said street which wore adopted by
tho Common Council on the 17th day
now on tils
demanded Immediate financial relief
from some source.
Hood River. This Is Oregon Prod
ucts weeks here ,avith displays of Oregon-made
products featured in the dis
plays of all store windows. CaHh jirlzes
for the best window displays will be
distributed at a dinner Friday evening.
Attest: W. C. Wlnslow, I p Iho office of the City Recorder, and
Chairman board of directors. I ll'iwhieh for greater certainty and con
venience and a moro detailed les'.i,
lion thereof, me hereby referred to
and inadd a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby de
clares its purpose and intention to
inako the above described improve
ment by nnd through the Street lm
provomeiit Department of tho City of
By order of tho Common Council.
EARL RACE, Clly Recorder,
Dato of first publication of this
notice, Juno II. 1920. Adopted by (he
Common Council this 7th day of Juna
Attest: E"ARL RACE.
1G0 City Recorder!
Dancing Every Sat Eve
Woodburn Armory ,
FOR LONO DISTANCE
wn also do Local
Joseph Bernardl, Mr. and Mrs. W. -W.
Moores, Mr. and Mrs-. Gerald Volk,
In State 21J85
A total of 21.985 accidents were re
ported to the slate industrial accident ;
commission here for the year ending j
June 18, according to a summary Just
completed. Of this number 26,514 ac- ,Ai;TO TOPS AND HEPA1RINO
A Nutritious Diet for All Age
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
Avoid Imitation ni Sa&ititatet
cldents were subject to the workmen's
- rt i.l..n,ifll1
duct" frw. J. -
State Normal school.
B m niton"
"Love s in My Heart" Woodman
Presentation -of diplomas
Chairman W. C. insiv
"Stars and Stripes Forever'
Miss Dorothy Buckner and Mirs Ruth : ' -lected
the provisions of the law and the re
mained were accidents occoring on
railroads and other public utilities not
cubject to the act.
The reports include 15 fatalities or
one industrial f ilality for every other
workday during the entire year.
The piano pupils of Mrs. Julia Mills
Weigcl enjoyed a recital at her home
on South Church street, Thursday v
ternoon. The selections showed faith
ful effort on the part of both tiuplls
Sousa! and teacher. Winifred Plant delighted j
her audience wkh a Swan Oance anu
of all kinds, seat
covers, nervlc. Q.
3. Hull X. M. C. A.
Glee l-iuo anu .,,,..., u. bonded to sn encore. Re-
Selection -.rHigh School Orchestra
Among the numerous functions for
Miss Dollie Smith, none was pleasanter
than the shower given at the home of
Mis, Greta Phillips by the Garfield
teachers. .The early part oT the even-
freshments were served after the pro
gram which was as followa:
Building. Salem, Oregon.
NOTIt K OF M'IMMJL J LIXTION
Notice is hereby Klven to the legal
voters of school district No. 24. it
Marion county. Oregon, that th en-
Marshfield. A w market for Port nuul election for snid district will he
Orford fdar ha deveIoed in the far ( held In said district, to begin at th
hour of Z o ciock p. in-, on tne nnm
SATCRDAY, SUNDAY NIGHTS
Ladles Skate Free Friday
Ladies Skates lOo Tuesday and
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
Capital Junk Co.
Tha Bquara Deal Ho us
171 Chsmekets (ft. Phona HI
BUYS and SELLS
370 S. Commercial HU
Eldon Jory and Dellert Vlesko,
east, where the resourceful Japanese
Bilbroi manufacturers convert it into pencils.
This timber in eigftt-iootoous is nor-
Valee Mignonne -
ing out of here in consiaerauie guan
titles by rail and water, destined for
Rtreabbog Japan. . . ,
Mondsy in June, being the 2 1st day of;
June A. V: 1920. and holding until " ;
cclock p. m. of said day. for the pur- j
pose of electing two directors to serve
for the term of three years.
Voting place 230-232 Soutm Corn-i
HOME OWNERS AND
Now is the Time to Install the
HOMER PiPELESS HOT
The Store of Housewares
135 N. Liberty St. Phone 7
W. IL Hildcbracdt
North Commercial street