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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1927)
Election of Officers Is'
Feature of Annual Meeting of
k The election of officers for the
new. year by the Salem chapter of
: a 1 ' nr. M- 1r.1L.
Sa A suited as follows: Mrs. Mark S
I ?;,Vv Skiff, president; Mrs. C. JiL.Lock-
'wood, vice president;. Mrs. C. W.
Beech ler, recording: secretary:
JSlrs. A. A. Lee, corresponding sec
retary: Mrs..w..A.liernardu treas
urer; Mrs. Minnie Baker, "parli
amentarian; i3Irs. JJ F. Humph
reys, - auditor; Mrs. George ' H;
Aldeu, chaplain ; and - Mral: 3. tN.
Topthacre.s Mr. .Lemuel .Hobson,
and' Mrs. T-j Pi Georeer directors.
' 'Mrs. Skiff flllf.fl th nfrtra an
I successfully last year that she was
L . reelected to- the honor again this
!J year. Mrs. Skiff is the second pres
f ; l'.icnC thia 'Invar civic" r conization
has had Mrs. John A, tarpon.
charter president. f .having served
lor seven- consecutive years.
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Judge Bean Home Is Scene
of .Interesting Meeting .,".
of Salem Writers u ,
-The. home of Judge and Mrs.
XI.--J.- Bean at 917 Court street
was the scene of a particularly en
joyable meeting on .Tuesday ,w hen
Miss. Maude- Covington, was host
ess1 for the Writers' section of the
Salem Arts League. -, - , , , , .
fThe rooms were beautifully de
corated with, red carnations, and
fern. At the conclusion of a varied
program, Mrs. Bean and Miss Covington-
served 4 delicious two
course luncheon. J '- -
The program of the evening
opened with a story, "The Seven
Irish." by Charles J. Lisle, the
section leader which the audfence
felt" would make not only an ex
cellent novel, or novelette, J but
'also an acceptable screen' play.
Contributing in order were Mrs.
Ora P. Mclntyre, Miss Ruth Law
rence,. Mrs. FV Gv Franklin, Mrs.
Lena M. Lisle, Mrs. Gertrude
Robisoir Ross, Dri. Mary C- Row
land, Mrs.. Ruth Fargo, Miss Ren
ska Swart, Perry Reigelman,
Lester Mcfconald, Miss Sarah
Wrenn," and Mrs. Blanch M.
The' most notable contribution
on the program was perhaps Miss
Wrenn's poignant pioneer 'Saga
or the-Ages." Miss Wrenn second
poem, "In. Japan.' . .,..;
j The: next, meeting of the group
will ; be on. February .15,, at, the
Home of Mrs.W. F. Fargo at 1085
North Church street. .
. ifWCA Finance Campaign , .
Witt Open : February. 15 ?.
y Much Interest- is anticipated in
the coming financial campaign for
the city Y.. WJ-CV A. at which
time thd '.ran;: of $7000, will.be
a&kedL Jrom .Joyal Salem friends
i for the .support , of not only.' a
worthy, but an indispensible insti
tution. The . drive, will, open on
Tuesday, February " 15, " and will
continue for, tour days. - . ; v
Mi?s, Mabel .Savage has been
chosen a general chairman of .the
executive committee , which will
take .charge of i Uiis .Important
drive. . '
The personnel of the executive
committee Includes: Mrs. J. - H.
Albert, chairman of the initial gift
committee;.- Mrs. -"Walter L.
Spaulding, chairman of the teams
committee; Mrs. E.,LIng, chair
man of the .lists committee;' Mrs.
E. Elliott, chairman of the of
fice group; Miss .Nina McNary,
chairman of church - cooperation ;
Mrs. Eric Butler, publicity ehair
manV Mrs. William E. Kirk, presi
dent of the T. W. C. A, board;
and Miss Elizabeth Baker, general
1' secretary of the; city association.
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:- Dr. Grenf ell, Distinguished
Arctic Explorer WiU -i
Spealc in Sdlemext: ,.t
Tuesday- , , ... - .
The lecture , to be given on
, Tuesday $ night, February pth. at
, the Armory at S:15;by Dr.WIl-
fred T. Genfell will be one of the
most Interesting features' of. the
!' wlhterV lecture course. The great
service-done by Dr. Grenf ell for
, humanity In the northern Atlantic
waters has, been a subject of the
press of the English-speaking
world for many-years.- Now Dr.
' Grenfell Is now giving his vastly
human and interesting experiences
first hand to audiences over the
country who are fortunate enough
.in have the onnortunity .to .hear
) The romance of his life among
fishermen .in the icy waters of the
t polar current during the season of
open water, and the thousands of
miles covered with the famous
Eskimo dog teams over the snows
i of winter, offer -unlimited scope
for iliustratloa.ot exceptional hu
'Dr. Grenfell's lecturest for. the
Grenfell association have attracted
liundreds of volunteer workers for
his hospital, educational and wel
fare work, who gy north' from all
nnrta nf tha United States and
U C Canada, as well as England, to
failed to thrill audiences who are
Interested In their fellow-men. es
pecially those who love tbe. men
whn Mzo down to the sea in
P3." " , .
Mrs, Gile Will Entertain
fv.The member a. of, the Rapheter-
ian club will meet this afternoon
at BouVIer KrIl. the home of
law 4 " -J---
Mrs. Cause Is Hostess for
Wives of Methodist Pastors .
" An exceedingly interesting tea
of late last week was that of Sat
urday at which. Mrs. John Martin
Canse was hostess at the Kimball
School of Theology. The ' guests
of honor were .the .wives of, the
Methodist - ministers of the city.
The occasion : was also the birth
day anniversary - of Mrs. C. 4 M.
Keeferv the; guests 'remembering
her with gifts and cards. "," "
" Miss' Sarah' Poor and' Miss'Lu
cile Wonderly assisted s Mrs.
Canse at the tea hour,, 1
included in . tne - guest' group
were:, Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. J.
.Wlllard De Yoe, Mrs. Thomas "A.
, Acheson. 'Mrs. 'Cannell, 'Mrs;- Mul
ligan, Mrs. A.-S. Hisey, Mrs. D. H.
Leach,! Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney,
Mrs. Robert Moultonr Gatke; Mrs.
Ernest c G. , Richards, Mrs. J.- O.
Hall, Mrs- Andrews. Mrs. W. H.
Hertsog,- Mrs. B. ,.S.-: Hammond,
Mrs. . C. M: .Keefer, Mrs. ' J. : J.
Mickey; Mrs, E. E. Bergman; Mrs.
E. E. Gilbert,- Mrs. F. L. Wheel
wright, Mrs. C. A. Pickering;- Mrsl
J, F. Cook, Mrs U. S. ' Crowder,
Mrs. Leavenworth, Mrs.- M
Parounagian, - Mrs, C. H. Bryarf,
Mrs. Payne, Mrs.- Green,' "Mrs. J.
W. Beckley, Mrs. Burleigh, . Mrs.
Gallaher, Mrs. G. E. Heineck, Mrs.
Hocking, and the hostess, .Mrs.
John Martin Canse. '
The afternoon was spent in con
versation Of special Interest were
the stories which the wives of min-
ipler8 tAld of the varlona tilara
i-'which they had lived, .'some in 1 1
exrremu' pioneer localities.
Birthday Anniversary of
Mrs. SI Levy Is Celebrated
Mrs. S. Levy was ' the inspira
tion f or. a delightf ul.af ternoonlof
mucis and cards on Tuesday, after
noon when Miss? Elizabeth' Levy
was hostess in honor ; of her
included in - the - group' 'were:
Mrs: E. PJTalkington,-Mrs. W.-W.
Patton, MrsHenry HartmanMra.
Laura . Hubbs, Mrsv, Walter A.!
Denton, Mrs. , Arthur Beals - of j
Tillamook,.. Mrs. , P- L. Blackerby,
Mrs. Alice Rutherford, Mrs.tA-.H. !
Farrar, Mrs. W. H. Byrd,' Mrs. IT.
veil, . virs. ijeuta , vv estacoir,
Westacott. Mrs.' Woodington, Mrs.
Louis Bechtei, Mrs. Frank Rosen-
quest, : IVIrs , T. L. s Hargrove, Mrs.
S. Levy , the hono"r guest, and the
hostess, Miss Elizabeth Levy.
for Small Children .
Oneoi tbejservices rfndered by
the high,' school ,GirJ. Reserves, one
of- the 'progressive organizations
of the city, is' the care of young
children- on Saturday . afternoons
in the TWCA rooms. The girls I
charge a small fee for eacjh hour.
i ' Today 'c
"Chapter G of the PEO Sister
hood. ;JMrs. WUW., Moore, hostess.
Woman's Benefit . association;
Mrs. Jennie Miller, 351 ' South
19 th street, hostess. - . ,
Ladies of the GAR.- Armory, 2
'clock. ,l . .
Court : Street Christian church
missionary Bociety. Church par
lors, 2:0 o'clock.
Kapneterlan club. Mrs. S.
Gile hostess at her home, Bowlder
KnolL i-"-.' ". '-.
Silver tea. Auspices of woman's
auxiliary of St. Paul's Episcopal
church. ;.Mrs. U. G. Shipley, 148
E. Washington street, hostess. ;1
Hal Hibbard auxiliary. Armory.
First j Congregational : church
dinner. Church dining room. 6: IS
'clock, i Address by. Rev. Frank
E. Carlson at .7:30 o'clock."..
Woman's Alliance of .Unitarian
church. 1 : o'clock luncheon.,
Missionary .. society a., of - -.First
Christian church. Church parlors.
Saturday, .' ( "
of the American- Revolution. Mrs.
W. B.' Hansen, 820 North Church
street, hostess. '
Willamette University Faculty
Women's club. .. Mrs. Florlau JVon
Eschen, hostess.. . .
Disappear after a dose of .
Sold Only at -
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Original fXellow Front
Th3 PcTislar Stcre
Home of Dr. and Mrs.
.7, 17. Long Is Scene' of .
Delightful Surprise Shower
.-"Tbe-.nomeroftDr. -and- MrsrJr E.
Long was the scene of a delightful
surprise , on v Saturday - evening
when a group ' of their friends
happily surprised .them with a
shower In honor of their newly
adopted .son, John Earl, Jr. ,
- While the -wee - honor , guest
slumbered la his basket undis
turbed, his1 parents and a group
of forty of their , friends enjoyed
an extremely pleasant social even
ing of music, games, dancing and
A host of lovely' gifts' were
showered upog 1 the s f parents of
John EarU 4 " ' ' -- - ' '
,?,At a f late hour the group un
packed the- well-filled- 'baskets
yhich they, had Jraught. and. con
cluded me'ceiebratioawinr a de
licious feast. ' ; v t -
Those participating in t the sur
prise were: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Swope, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seeley,
.Mr. and, Mrs... Harry Sechler,.. Mr.
and Mrs.. Henry Stanley, Mr. and
Mrs. Lticar, Mr. and .Mrs! Herbert
Walrath, Mr: and: Mrs. Guy Rath
bun, Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Sample,
Mr. and Mrs. "James Fitzgerald.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford , Hall, r Mr
andMrs. . Qeorge O'Shea, , Mr., and
Mrs. George Robison, Dr. and Mrs.:
A. C. i Pf rrri Mri and' Mrs Allan,
Mrs. Minnie Baker, Mm JvIae'Mc-
'-, i : Vti , j
These hose are dyed
- by a special secret pro
cess and posIUvely'will
not injure. the feet.-In-
the manufacture of this
. merchandise, -1 nothing
bet the very best yarn
it used. ' Highest
skilled labor, ,'all of
which insures the bis
geat- value .for your'
money, " Should you
find a pair dcfsctlve,
setnrn ' and exchanged
. for another pair.
Daniels, Miss Mary, Walrath, sMiss
Louise Allen, '-Mis Mary Talon,
Miss-Janet Rathbiin, Dr.-- Virgil
Long, Mr. O'Neil, Mr, Paul Allan,
and the"guests of honor;-Dr.-and
Mrs. John Earl Long, Sr. '
, " Other callers at the Long home
during the evening were Mr. and
Mrs. Seth Smith, Frank Morrison
and Miss Morrison.- , ; - '
Woman's Alliance Plans.
1 O'clock Luncheon - m
' The Woman's , Alliance of the
Unitarian church will - meet', on
Friday, at. the church - for a '1
o'clock luncheon meeting. Mrs.
Cf A. Huston and Mrs. Roy Bur
ton' will be the hostesses. "
February Bride-Elect ; .
Of. Inter est in. Salem Is the an
nouncement of the 'engagement of
Miss ''Florence Virginia ' Blake,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Blake ' of Willow: Lake Farm? to
"Sf r. John' -WUbur i Stadleman J of
' .! The announcement party was
atended'1 by twelve,!Salem f riehds.'
Both Miss Blake and Mr. Stadle
man "are graduates of the Univers
ity of Oregon Graduating Ja 2 5
she -was " employed ! first" at the
library-- in -The -Dalles and' later
at the ' state s library.' ! ; : V '
4 The. weddingwill be an event
of this-month. " : . ' '
rDove Grey ,
T-f-Toast" - ' 1 ;'
4 i-Blonde v -i ;
-; -Beige' - -e-
-Guni Metal : --
. -i-Black v
Ladies of YKK Entertained
The ladies-orthe TKIv class of
the, 1 First Methodist church met
Tuesday, at the home .of- Mrs.. Oa
ctr Powell 1085 Marlon Btreet.
After a delightful . afternoon . the
hostess served a dainty lunch. Val
entine favors were f used to bear
the; season's greetings. Those pre
sent were: Mrs. Marster,? Mrs!
Odom. Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Nelson,
Mrs. Harry Scott. Mrs. Acton, Mrs.
Frugarten; ' Mrs. : Hartwell, Mrs.
Wood, Mrs. Wlllas,JHrs.;Kletzing,
MrsCeorga Lewis, Mrs. Haynes
and the hostess, Mria. Powell.?
MacDowell Club Plans -
Support of Portland - s-.
symphony Orchestra, v " ',
Mrs. Phil Newmyer,. president
of the Salem MacDowelf club," In
an'i iatroductory talk-at the last
meeting of the club urged the sup
port . of the ' audience -present in
making the. appearance ,of . the
Portland Symphony Orchestra at
the Elslnore a complete r success.
Mrs. Newmyer .urged the "; many
who are : doubtless Interested- to
make reservations for , this, out
standing 'event.-on - Monday, ' Feb
ruiry 14, as soon' as poesible. .;
Missionary Society of First
Christian Church ViU Meet
Thej Missionary , society .of the
First Christlaa church will 'meet
at 2:30 o'clock Friday, afternoon
if -j y -
;-' :'"vy-'- .... - , - .
Salem's - Leading..
in the church parlors for the regu
lar meeting. "Mrs. J.G -Perry will
have, charge of the program,' "In
dia Advancing." Mrs. Harry Musty-will-"
lead- the devotions.' -v- "
- The members ' of ' Mrs. O. J.
Hull's .division will, act as' hbst-
, x.5 i y '. s
Visitors' from Portland
Dr.- Mary .C-, Rowland . enter
tained as her house-guests over the
week-end her son and daughter-in-law,"
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Green
oi- Portland. , ,
Circle Meeting Is Postponed
TThe "regular meeting "of ' the
West Side circle of the Jason' Lee
Ladies'' Aid society scheduled' for
Friday has been ' postponed until
after " the 'revival meetings;,
W. R.C; Witt Meet ;
"The. members' of "the "Woman's
Relief Corps will hold the regular
meeting at , 2 f o'clock ' Saturday
afternoon- in McCornack" HalL
Thompson' Family Returns ,
from CarmeUby-the-Sea - :
f The many friends of Dr.- and
Mrs.' Frederick Hiil Thompson
will be' interested - to - know that
they have returned to Salem after
a- vacation at Carmel-by--the-Sea;
Mrs;; Thompson and children, Peg
gy and David, have been spending
tho last three months at this beaui
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1. -Pure thread sUk plaited ovir rayon. .
2. T;wenty-f ive inclf boot coming.well ftver knee.
. 3 Ravel stop protecting hose from garters.
4.-Elastic comfort hem top wide stretcfu . : "f
.Fashionable well shapecl ankle. ' J " "
61 Lisle toe and heel, reinforced sole.
7-Fine miage, smooth texture very clear.
t , - , f - ? . . : ' v ' U - i s " ' " - ' ' '
5 Madetrong 'where the wear Comes.
-4, . . sv. ': '.' - - "' ' ft1
Department - Etc ra
tiiul resort on the California coast.
Dr.jThompfon joined the far.'.Iy
for tne trip home, by mot dr. Cf
etpecial Interest was the trip
through' the Siskly-eus," with, ' the
snow sixteen , inches deep. , ;
Cooked Food Sale on ,
.The ladies of Knight Memorial
church will hold a cooked food
sale. Saturday '. at' Epley's ; store
19th and State, streets.
Slate surface roofing' applied
over your old shingles. We have
over 200 Jobs in Salem. Nelson
Bros. plumbers, . sheet.' metal
work; 355 Chemeketa. . ; )
Mra.; H. P. Stlta: miUiaery.
Most beautiful hats in Salem; all
shapes and colors:- full stock from
which- "to - make fine ' selections.
Best o.uality, a3 State Et-; (
Normal Rural Training
1 Instructor to : Speak
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
J.ftNM"OUTH, Feburary 2. (Spe
clal) -Irvine Grange "of Junction
City has-Invited Mrs. InexMUler
of the rural trainiirg department
of the' Monmoxitn' normal school
to speak -before their 'meeting on
Saturday the 5 th. ; Mrs.' Miller has-
beeht reauested" to ' give , the earae
address abe gave at- CorvatHs-on
the : subject ofl "How to Interest
;..-', , . i 4 t i ... ... i
Every whim has been answered here for a; stocking
that'will give good service; give style and comfort and
still sell below the dollar: mark. In these yon can ex-,
'licet : and wilt receive the most for your money for
nowhere were we able to match' them for the price"of
95c. .' Upon your next shopping tour visit the basemeat
' and examine them! i -: ; - ' r
- - t
Young reople." Through l.-r t
nertion-'nifh trie n ral ('fr s"
of.1-tLa' normal, Mrs. r i
speaking before many rural com
m unities ..who .ara. L"co.r.-.:. ;
tehsely interested in the prohlsM
of the rural Ffools aiti th so
tions offered for- many of ihem 1
this department.; -
Va!cntin2 Pariy Fir,r.;J
for Oregon Normal Sch:;
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
MONMOUTH. Feburary 2. (SV
eial)' Invitations have been i issued-for
.a--valentine party to 1"
given Saturday evening. In tl
Monmouth Normal School gym L
the Vespertine and Florintine sn
-lal'soeieties. - Miss Wood ax. J Mi
Morris are the' faculty advisors f
these-fo-groups-and under the:
direction.. a. committee of stnrr.-
I are arranging the program a-.-"- r
fresaments. Each raetiicer ii it.
lleged to invite-one guest and V..-mea'a'club--
has been Invited as
7- AsSsmi3iBl DlstxCzttra -
mm f'W y".
B2 Femoral' 7iULj :
n.cse Cdl CZl Cent, i
Mrs. II. S. C:..,