Salems Stern, an 8-page 8½ x 11½ monthly publication of the Salem Deaconess Home and Hospital of Salem, Oregon, edited by F. B. Wedel, first issue March 1919, last issue February 1930. The primary purpose of the paper was to promote the interests of the Salem Deaconess Home and Hospital of which F. B. Wedel was the manager. The German language was used primarily, although there was an occasional report in English.
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