Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 26, 1949, Page 3, Image 3

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Light for a Lady Gene Autry lights a cigarette for 103-year-old
Felipa Villa Gomez, featured in hia newest picture.
She has 37 grandchildren and 9 greatgrandchildren.
Buglers to Sound Call for
Champoeg Meeting Sunday
Plans for the annual celebration of Champoeg day at Champoeg
State park Sunday, May 1, have been completed with a basket
lunch to be served at noon and the program at 1:30 o'clock.
Coffee will be provided.
Buglers will offer the call to the colors with the Willamette
university band playing the
diction by Dr. Robert M. Gatke,
Throughout the afternoon
musical numbers will be given
by the Willamette university
band and by the Centennials, a
string quartet from Pacific uni
versity at Forest Grove,
A chartered bus has been ar
ranged to leave Portland at 10:45
o'clock for the picnic grounds,
leaving the park at 3:45 o'clock
national anthem to formally
open the celebration. Rev. W
G. Eliot, Jr., will give the invo
cation and Maj. Gen. Thomas
E. Rilea, Oregon adjutant gen
eral, will lead the pledge to the
Adm. Thomas L. Gatch, USN,
retired, will be introduced by
Ormond R. Bean, Portland city
commission and president of the
Sons and Daughters of Oregon
Pioneers, sponsoring organiza
tion of the celebration, who in
turn will present Mary Eliza
beth Meek in her role of Miss
Governor Douglas McKay is
acheduled to give the welcome
with Dr. G. Herbert Smith,
president of Willamette univer
sity, will speak on "The Pioneer
University." Robert Ormond
Case, Portland author, will also
speak, his topic being "The Les
son of Champoeg."
The program will also include
presentation of the oldest mem
ber of the Sons and Daughters
of Oregon Pioneers with closing
remarks by Bean and the bene-
Open House at
New Hospital
Though it Is still in the prog
ress of being equipped, the new
treatment hospital at the Ore
gon State hospital will this
week have its formal opening
Occasion for the formal open
ing, other than completion of
the building, is the observance
of Mental Health week.
Announcement of the opening
was made Monday by Dr
Charles E. Bates who stated that
the building, while not entire
1 . equipped has enough equip
ment to give the public a pic
ture of the work to be carried
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oil HI ine uuspiiai. xjoya biiu
Hours mat It will De open to me
public are Saturday, April 30
and Sunday, May 1, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Also open will be the nurses'
home at the state hospital,
which has been completed and
occupied for about two months
and the new ward building at
the Oregon State hospital farm.
This building has been occupied
by patients for about a month.
Days and hours for these build
ings to be open to the public
are the same as for the treat
ment hospital.
Your prospect is watching the
ads. Journal Classified.
Aged Maple Trees
Are Felled at Amity
Amity Three aged maple
trees along the property of Dr.
Charles H. Law on South Trade
street were cut down in prepa
ration for paving the street
from 6th toward the bridge.
M. T. Henderson, one of Ami
ty's lifetime citizens, remarked
that the trees had been there
since he can remember. The
electric company removed the
trees and will set three of the
light poles over into the side
walk for the widening of the
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10 Free S&H Green Stamps Wednesday at
the redemption desk. Bring your stamp book.
til north liberty
A storewide event that brings savings for your
home and for every member of your family
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rea jeiiTOt-snircs
U. S. navy surplus
Naw regulation tee shirt of white combed cotton,
all flat knit. It's made with the popular tubular
bound neck, hemmed bottom and sleeves.' It's long
enough to stay tucked-in. Washable. In small,
medium and large sizes. (34 to 44).
Men'i Furnithlnti Main Floor
lace-trimmed rayon
k 49
Run-proof rayon tricot in lace-trimmed or
Hollywood style witn
elastic leg. Small, me
dium large in blue,
yellow, tearose,
white, black.
cannon's hand-size
to 59c
C each
Deep-piled, soft, fluffy loops in typical Cannon
quality. Many patterns and hues to choose from:
solid colors, pretty plaids, dobby borders. Mostly
first quality; some have slight irregularities,
Limit 10.
Domestics Mezzanine
in daytime sheers
They're sheer every pair
perfect, all full fashioned for
flattering fit. Sizes K'$ to
10l in the fashionable new
spring colors, of course.
HotirYMln Floor
'red leiier) dresses
bembergs, jerseys
Well Worth
Light and cool as a dewy petal, these pretty prints
keep you flower-fresh all summer. Soft details
give them feminine charm. Rayon jerseys have
small patterns or checks; Bemberg sheers are wash
able. Sizes 10-20; 38-44; 161$ to 24.
Fashions Second Floor
it! lcUiji ) coats
finger-tip toppers
lit ?"
A prize at the price! Half
coats in the all - wool
tweeds, coverts, suedes,
gabardine (22 wool,
78 rayon) fingertip
length. Eight coveted col
ors; sizes 10-20.
Fashions Second Floor
k v. -A 1,1
plaid-cotton pairs
Woven in one continuous length to be used double.
"Draper" made by Fieldcrest in blue or pink plaid;
total size 70 by 160. Ends are whipstitched for dur
ability. Ideal for summer cottages, cabins, motels.
Bedding Mezzanine
MMBS plastic
two-color prints
Zj. yards $J
Reg. 59c yard. 4,000
yards in gay two
color florals, plaids, under-sea
and nautical de
signs. Heavy plastic for
table covers, place mats,
shower and sash cur
tains. 36-inch.
Draperies M ain Floor
wiss pinking shears baby's crib blanket
They pink as they cut, making a
ravel-free edge. Savet time, give
e professional look. (Wits with
ease J9.45). Griffon shears, $4 95.
Notions Mezzanine
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Rfg. S1.98. Fluffy cotton blanket
in girl -pink or boy-blue with nurs
ery designs. Sire 38x50; 3-inch
rayon satin binding. Seconds.
Infants' Second Floor
Pretty and Feminine
Girl's Panties
& 39c
Durable rayon knit has
lace trim elastic leg and
waist. White, pink, blue,
yellow; sizes 2-14.
CiVs' Second Floor
Men's White Muslin
Night Shirts
Re QQc
Three-button middy front,
long sleeves, pocket. Soft
textured muslin; "sec
onds." Small, medium,
Furnishings Main Floor
Lucky-boy Brand
Sport Shirts
Combed cotton, Sanfor
ized shrunk. Solid colors;
or action prints. Short
sleeves. Sizes 6-16.
Boys1 Main Floor
Soft and Filmy
Nylon Panels
$1.98 ch
Reg. $2.98. They're as
filmy as a bride's veil!
They're a cinch to wash,
dry in a jiffy. Generous
hems; size 44x81.
Curtains Downstairs
Cannon Thick-looped
Bath Towels
to 89c
Thick, rugRrd quality in
dobby and plaid patterns,
solid colors. Mostly first
quality: some "seconds."
Limit 10.
Domestics Mezzanine
Assorted Cannon
Table Napkins
For industrial use; also for
summer cottages. Large
sizes in cotton, some have
damask weaves. Hemmed.
Linens Mezzanine
Marquisette Curtain
Rayon, cotton and nylon
in white and pastel colors.
Average lengths, 1 to 2 V5
yards for odd size win
dows. Some hemmed.
Curtains Downstairs
Birdseye Cotton
Rrg $2 98 Birdseye brand,
popular with the diaper
rrowd Soft cotton, kind to
baby's skin. Size 27x27,
hemmed. Limit one dozen.
Infants' Second Floor