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TffiTfiKEGOto 'State's! AN. A'i4at6'Rtx;6ff Tuesday morotng.' October '25, iszi
Tp residents, Past and Future,
Ionored at Meeting of Wom
Presidents Day was observed,
in a rery interesting manner at
the meeting of the Salem-Woman's
Club held Saturday afternoon.
Presidents, past and future, end
club members representing: the
various foreign countries interest
ed in the woman's club movement
were included in the line which
entered the, club house as the
"President's March'.' was played
by Miss Dorothy Pearce.
..Jj' of the club, serving from 1901 to
t ' ' r. a J J 1 1! nt
13 u.i, ieau me nut?, sne wore .a
trainng ! gown of heavy silk with
"wasp Waist' and puff sleeves.
Mrs. Lucia Cnsick,, next in line,
wore a dress of similar mode.
Mrs.. Hussell Catlln who served
from 1904-1905 woreja,gown of
green silk trimmed with rows of
lace, and a large "Gibson Girl,,
hat, the same hat and gown she
wore while president of th club.
Mrs. W. E. Kirk wore garnet
velvet, made in the flowing style
of 1908, and a velvet picture hat.
Miss Mattie Beatty wore a blupj
silk dress, made with tight fitting
bodice and a. gored skirts Mrs.' F.
A. Elliott's ensemble was a suit
talored in the fashionable lines in
1912, end Mrs. Alice II Dpdd
wore a gown lavish with Japanese
"embroidery and a long cqurt train.
Mrs. John II. Albert ' appeared
in a 'dress oi heavy blue silk, one
she wore while president of the
club in 1918.' Mrs. C. C. Clark
took her place in the line wearing
a Colonial gown of sprigged silk;
Mrs. Seymour Jones, a beaded
black silk with a "Merry Widow"
hat- and Mrs. Fargo, the last of
the past presidents wore a dress
typical of those worn by. the av
erage American Home woman of
, the present day.
Future presidents, each appear
ing in a' costume which she deemed
would be the fashionable dress of
the coming years, were Mrs. A. L.
Wallace, Mrs. V. E. Kuhn, Mrs.
L. L. Laws. Mrs. E. E. Elliott.
Miss Frances Laws, Miss Margaret
Hauser, Miss Esther Elliott, and
Miss Helen Worth.
Representatives from 'foreign
countries' were: Mrs. Walter L.
-Scaulding,. England; Mrs. Harry
4eidmer, France; Mrs. William
wrJ.-Gtlchrist, Jr., Japan; Mrs. Roy
Mills, Turkey : ""Mrs Paul Haueer,
Spain; Mrs. F.. c. Cross and Mrs.
S. W. Spencer, China-Mrs Oscar
Gingrich, the American Indians;
and Mrs. John L. Rand, Austria.
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Each of these members was dress
ed in the quaint costume of the
country which she represented.
Last in the line were the little
Misses Leone Spanlding and Patsy
Holt,: club members of the future.
. At the short business session,
the American Home department
of the club announced an all day
meeting to be held November J.Z.
A no-hoet luncheon "will be served
by the ladies of the Unitarian
Church. Dr. "Norman Kendall Tal
ly wi)l be the luncheon speaker.
Mrs. Jessie B. McComb of Cor
vallis and Mrs. Sadie Orr Dunbar,
and also members of. the faculty
of the extension department of
Oregon State College will appear
on the afternoon's program which
has been arranged by Mrs. George
Vehrs, chairman of the depart
ment. Delegates elected to the county
federation meeting which will be
held In Aumsville were Mrs. Rus
sell Catlin, Mrs. Paul Hauser,
Mrs. Walter Pennington, Mrs. F.
A. Elliott, Mrs. F. N, Erickson.
Delegates were Mrs. George H. Al
den, Mrs. C. C. Clark, Mrs. R. J.
Hendricks and - Mrs. B. L. Car
rier. Mrs. J. Lyman Steed of the in
stitutions department spoke of the
advantages of departmental .work
in the club.
The musical program was in
charge of Mrs. C. C. Clark. Miss
Carol Dibble read a very interest
ing story of the opera "II Trova
tore," selections of which were
played on the orthophonlc. The
program closed with a duet,
"Home to Our Mountains," sung
by Miss Neva Cooley and .Miss
Thelma Davis. Miss Lois Plum
mer played their piano accompan
iment. Mrs. William Busick was chair
man of the tea committee. The tea
table was lovely with an embroi
dered linen cover and a center
piece of yellow and white chrys
anthemums and yellow tapers in
Mrs. Russell Catlin and Mrs. E.
C. Cross presided at the urns.
Officers Elected at State
Meeting of W. C. T. U.
After an interesting session of
three days, the fifty fourth annu
al convention of the. Oregon Wom
an's Ch ristian ,JTe mparanc Union
adjourned, last Friday ja.ftern.opn
at"t.5HeIeng. More thaonw hun
dred delegates were in attendance.
The delegates were" entertained
in St. Helens homes during the
convention and at several dinners.
The following officers were elec
ted for the ensuing year: Mrs.
Ada Jolly, Portland, president;
Mrs. Harry Ellis, Madras, vice
president; Mrs. Ward Swope,
Portland, corresponding secretary
Mrs. Lindabell Schmid, Portland,
recording secretary; Mrs. A. H.
Thomas, Portland, treasurer. The
latter succeeds Mrs. June Donald
son, also of Portland, who has
served as treasurer for twenty
four years and refused the nom
ination. The 1928 Convention w&ll)be held
Mr. and Mrs. George Powell
at Home in Portland
Mr. and Mrs. George Powell
(Eleanor McClaine) whose mar
riage was an event of September
21 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence W. Keene In Silverton,
have returned fromtheir wedding
trip and are at home to their
friends in Portland Heights.
, Mr. and Mrs. John Bur gar d en
tertained with a dinner party in
their honor last Wednesday even-ing.
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l- Social Calendjls I
O ' II. ! ' . I. . O
i . ; Tuesday - ' .
Auxiliary of Sons of Veterans
of Union Wars. Woman's Club
house. 2 o'clock. .. . .....
2nd Division, child study group,
A. A. U. W. Room 1004. U. S.
Bank Bldg. .... v7 '
Social Afternoon', Eastern Star.
Masonic temple.' 2 o'clock.
South , Division, . Ladiea Aid,
First Presbyterian Church. Mrs.
E. G. Ford. 575 S. High St. hos
tess, 2 o'clock.
R. N. A. Sewing Club. .Mrs.
Mary F. Johnson, 445 E. Myers
Patriotic Banquet. Y. M. C. A.
. , Kappa Alpha Theta. Mrs.. C- V.
McKelvey. Court Apartments, 3
Faixvlew Community Club.
Community Hall. 8 o'clock. ;
Sweet Briar Club. Mrs. James
Imlah, Wallace Road. : j
Oregon recital. Professor T. S.
Roberts, Robert's home, 505 N.
Summer St. Benefit of Salem Arts
Elk's Club Dance. Elk's Club,
Daughter's of Veterans. Wom
an's Club-hduse. 8 o'clock.
General Aid Society, Jason Lee
Church. -Church pWlors. 2:30
' Card Party, sponsored ,by St.
Monica's Altar. Society. St. Jo
seph's Hall. 8 o'clock.
Benefit Bridge Tea. Woman's
Club house. Playing will begin at
Costume Party. United .-Arti-tfaens.,
Fratertial Temple. 7:45
Stag Dinner Honors Senator
Charles L. McNary
Dr. J. Shelley Saurman was
host at a stag dinner given Sat
urday evening in the Saurman
home on North Winter Street in
honor of Senator Charles L. Mc
Nary who, with Mrs. McNary, left
yesterday for Washington, D. C.
The dining table was centered
with an attractive arrangement of
autumn fruit and orange tapers.
Covers were placed for the honor
guest, Senator McNary; Judge
John H. McNary of Portland.
Frederick Lamport, T. C. Smith,
Jr; Mayor T 'A. Livesley, Judge
John L. Rand, Breyman Boise, Dr.
Laban A. Steeves, John J. Rob
erts, David W. Eyre, and the host,
Hi-Lo Bridge Club Enter
Members of the Hi-Lo Bridge
Club t?tg entertained last Friday
afternoon, at. the home of Mrs.
Biddy Bishop. " .""
Mrs. B. A. Victor won the club
prize for high score.
In the group were Mrs. Lloyd
Demarest, Mrs. John C. Hunter,
Mrs, Clifford B. Mudd. Mrs. Mar
vin L. Shepard, Mrs. B. A. Victor,
Mrs. John L. Waters, and the hos
tess, Mrs. Bishop.
The next meeting of the club
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Clifford Mudd, 1715 North Capi
tol Street. 7
Honored on Silver Wedding I
Anniversary , "
. A roup, of friends and rela
tives gathered at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. "O. N. Strand Sunday ev
ening to honor them on the occa
sion of their twenty-fifth wedding
anniversary. , . ;. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Strand, were mar
ried October 23, 1902 in Wheat
on, Minnesota. , .. 4
They have two daughters, Mrs.
Curtis ' Odenberg, (Florence
Strand) and Doris Strand, both Of
whom- live in Salem. Their -two
grandchildren are Ernestine
Lovelahd and Arlene Odenborg. 4
Those present were the honor
guests Mr. and Mrs. Strand,, of
Salem; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Odeni
borg, Mrs. Constance Odenborg,
her children, Cecil, Arlie, Merlon,
and Lois Odenborg; . Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Grove, Mr. . and Mrs. I. D.
Spilds, all of Albany; Mrs. Axel
Swan e on of Cottage Grove, , Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Odenborg, their
children Ernestine .Love land and
Arlene Odenborg; Doris Strand,
Theodore Strand. William Strand,
Mr. and Mrs. Qtto Rogers, Doro
thy, Olive and Orien Rogers,' Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Lutz, their child
ren, Clara, Helen, Donald, and
Barbara Lutz; Miss Mabel Lind
quist, Miss Charlotte Lindquist,
Alvin Schirman, Richard Schlrman
Mr. and Mrs. T, W. Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Loveland.'Mr. and Mrs
fnuip ioveiana, airs. iaa utson.
and Miss Thea Sampson, all of
A buffett supper was served lat
in the evening by Miss Mabel
Lindquist; Miss Thea Sampson,
Miss Charlotte Lindquist, Mrs. T.
W. Hall, and Mrs. Curtis Oden
borg. The honor guests received many
lovely gifts in silver and also a
number of beautiful baskets of
Mrs. V oris Hostess at Meet
ing of Ladies' Aid of W. R. C.
Mrs. ;Rce Vbris was hostess at
the meeting of .the, Ladies; Aid of
the Woman's Relief Corps which
was held last Thursday afternoon
Twenty seven members of the club
were present. Mrs. S. H. Smiley
was a Visitor for the afternoon.
. Memorial services were held at-
this time for Mrs. Hatfie Patter
son and for JJrs. Mollie Bennett
who died recently. , '
, .Reading's jwerei given by (Mary
Ackerman, Julia Blodgett, Pauline
Clark, Ruth Denison, Hannah Hig
gins, Jennie F. T. Jones, .Louisa
Kobn, Cordelia LaBare,x Bertha
Loveland, Laura McAdams Jen-t
nie Martin, Bessie Martin,-. Sarah
Peterson. Gertrude Aemington'and
Mrs. Smiley. .
Mary Ackerman, Cordelia ta
Bare, Jennie Martin, Maggie Caee
and Louisa Kraps assisted Mrs.
Voris at the tea hour.
Mrs. Smith Entertains Her
Members of the U. D. Club were
delightfully entertained last Fri
day afternoon at 'the home of Mrs.
Guy C. Smith, 1025 North Church
Baskets of Michaelmas daisies,
marigolds, and dahlias, In attrac
tive combinations, decorated the
living rooms. .
High score prize for the after-
CWttpletse Bed mtfe
noon's play was won by Mrs. Har
ry Wets. , ..,
Club members present' were:
Mrs. Eugene Eckerlin, Sr., Mrs. E.
A. Pruitt, Mra. Harry Weis, Mrs.
S. , Breitenstein, Mra. Frank Jaa
koski, .Mrs. John Nathman, Mrs.
T. M, Barr,' Mrs. James Heenan,
Mrs. E. H. BurrelL Mrs. T D.,Mc-
Clain, Mrs. C. D. Thomas, and the
hostess, Mra. Smith. Mrs. , W. H.
Bloch was a special guest for the
afternoon. '-'. (U
Mrs. Smith was assisted at the
tea hour by her sister, Miss Ger
trude Caseidy and by Mrs. E. A."
Contributions of Magazines
and Records 'Asked for
Institutions ' '
Mrs. S. M. Endicott, chairman
of the Institution's department - of
the Salem Woman's Club, has 'ask
ed those who have magazines or
Victrola records which they would
donate to the various Institutions
of ,Salem, to leave them at lier
some, oia ixonu wjuku airwi.
Copies of the National Geographic
magazine are especially desired.
United Artisans Will Have
Costume Party Thursday
A "Costume Catch Em" party
will be given Thursday evening in
the new Fraternal; temple by the
United Artisans Lodge.
Feature dancing, a mystery
booth, fortune telling, and dancing
will be features of the program-
Prizes will be awarded for the
cleverest costumes. . .The judges
have been selected from the or
ganizations of Salem. r
A lodge meetlBgrwill be held 'at
seven-forty five" o'clock. The en
tertainment will begin promptly at
The public is Invited to attend.
St. Monica's Societu SoonsorA
inn Card Party I
The second of a series of five
card parties sponsored by St.
Monica.': Altar Society of St. Jo
seph's Church will be given Wed
nesday evening in St. Joseph s Au
tThe committee in charge of the
affair includes: Mrs. F. J. Gentz
kow, Mrs. A. A. Mickel, Mrs. T. A.
Windeshar, Mrs. N. Rocque, Mrs.
Bert Zeiliski, and Mrs. Eugene
Playing will begin promptly at
eight o'clock. ,
Return to Washington
After visiting for several days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Perrine, Mr. Otis Gillette, his
son, Wauras Gillette,, Mr. E. L.
Bellamy left this morning for their
homes in Montesano, Washington.
Mr. Otis Gillette is Mrs. Perrine's
Royal Neighbors Sewing Club
Will Meet This Afternoon ,
The regular meeting of the
Royal Neighbors Sewing Club will
be held at the home of Mrs. Mary
F. Johnson, 445 East Myers Street
Bridge Tea Vill Be Given
Thursday Afternoon "at J
Salem Woman's Club I' "5
The first benefit, bridge tea of
the fall 'season will be sponsored
Thursday afternoon, October 27,
at the Woman's Club-house by the
institution's department of j the
club.' . . .. v . ; -"t;
Reservations for tables may be
made with Mrs. G. L. Forge, !Mrs:
C. E. Stricklin, or Mrs. S. Mi En
dicott. , . 77' (..
, Players are asked to furnish
packs of carf s, pencils, and table
covers. Playing will begin at two
O'clock..;-, ' . -.)
Friends of the club who do not
play cards are invited to come at
the tea hour-
General Aid Society of
Jason Lee Church
The general Aid Society of Ja
son Lee Methodist Church i will
meet in the church parlors at two
thirty o'clock Wednesday after
Bridge Club Entertained p
at Olson Home '
Mrs. O. A. Olson was hostesa at
a one o'clock luncheon last Fjriday
having as her guests, the members
of the Friday Bridge Club.
Covers- were placed at luncheon
table, centered with zinnias
and dahlias, for Mrs. P. E. Fuller
ton. Mrs. Leon Gleason, Mrs.j Eric
Bptler, .Mm. Walter Pennington,
Mr. U. S. Page, Mrs. Elmer paue,
Mrs. F. G. DeLano, Mrs. E. A.
Krtz. Mrs. Harley White, and the
hostess, Mrs, Olson, ; 4, . . . v
.. The.; club .will . be entertained
November 4 . at the home of Mrs,
F. G. Delano. ..
Attend Conferences in
Portland . . ' , ;
.Miss .Theresa. D'Arcy and Judge
Peter H. D'Arcy were in attend
ance at the' meeting of the Sons
and Daughters Of Oregon Pioneers
and also that of the Oregon His
torical Society which were held in
Portland last Friday and Satur
M udge Peter D'Arcy was reelec
ted as one" of the directors of the
Historical Society to serve for a
period-of four years.
Ret u rns , to 'Home in Salem
After visiting for the past two
weeks .. with . friends and relatives
in Kuna, Idaho, Mrs. L. R. Evans,
has returned to her home in Sal
em. Mrs.- Evans was accompanied
dn her return by her little gran
daughter. Mavis Lieechty.
Banquet Given This Evening
by Patriotic Organizations
of Salem 7
, 7 A banquet will be given this ev
ening at six-thirty o'clock at the
T. M. C. A. by the various patrio
tic organizations of Salem,
j Mr. C.T A. Howard, state super
Intendent oX schools, will be the
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