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THE 0PJ3G0U STATESMAN; SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1S27'
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'Attractive Bride Tea Compli-
r merits Miss Elotse
Prudhomme i : - ?
. Complimenting M 1 8 :" filoiae
Prudhomme. whose marriage to
, Frank Deckbaeh Jr., will be an
'.. 'V ' n Pro-Cathedral in Portland",
Mrs. Frederick Deckebach and
Mr. Homer Egait i entertained
Wednesday;- afternoon T a4 'Mri,
JJeckebchome with &n attrac
"- The llvf&s rooms of the Deeke-
. . . . . .
kets of golden chrysanthemums
combined .with ' brilliant autumn
leaves. '-C'H--'; "V'-
r Eight tables bridge were In
play la the afternoon. - lira. Asel
f Eotf wen higB score honors and
; ' Mrs. Merrill Ohling won the sec
ond prize. Miss Prudhomme re
ceived a guest prized - :-J
Mrs. Richard Slater, "Miss Edith
Bragg : andr Mrs. Merrill Ohling
. ebaeh at the tea hour. .
j Guests were. Miss Prudhomme,
the honor guest: Mrs. R. M. Ilo-
' fer. Mrs. T. A. Roberts, Mrs. Mer
Till Ohling. : Mrs. Claude Steus
lof f. Mrs. Hollls Huntington, Mrs.
American Legion Committee'
Will Meet Friday Afternoon
The following committee mem
bers of the American Legion Aux
iliary are asked to meet rat two
thirty aVlork thin altmvm t -
Y. W. CIA.: Mrs. Burch,
Dunsmoore, Mrs. WUlUme, Muf
Chapler; Mrs. Victor, Mrs. Hul-
tenberg, Mrs. "Naderman, Mrs.
Rufe White, Mrs. Rowland. Mrs.
Booth, Mrs. IJbby. Mrs- Bartlett,
Mrs. Wolgamott, Mrs. H. H. Bond,
Mrs.Newmyer, Mrs. Oldenberg,
Mrs. Neiswander, . Mrt. Katherine
Brown Mrs. Nadon, Mrs. Boat-
wrigh VF Mrsw Richardson, Mrs.
Prince Byrd, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs-
Doughty, Mrs. Reiser, Mrs. : Bish
op, Mrs. Bragg, Mrs. V. , Volkel,
and Mrs. Stephenson.,
Community Service Depart
ment of SaUm.Womans
Club WUX Meet r
. ,Tbe Community. Service Depart
ment of the- Salem Woman's Club
will . meet Tat s- nine o'clock this
morning at the borne of the chair
man, Mrs. Harry J. Weldmer,
690 North Cottage Street."
Members of the committee are
Tomarco Class. - Mrs. Ronald
Glorer,: 635 N. Commercial -' St.
Social Afternoon. ; -
' North section. Woman's Union,
First Congregational 'Church. Mrs.
W. I. Staler, 271 N. ' Summer St.;
hostess. 2:SQ. -';:"'
Three Link' Club. Club parlors.
X o'clock. : . ! ' ; " -
Monthly social meeting. Junior
Artisans. St. Paul parts House.
8 o'clock. . - - i - ' ,
' Monthly meeting.! Englewood
Community Circle. iMrs. ,D. W
129J N. 19 St. bostess. 2:30
Mrs. E.' E. Bragg. Mrs. John E
W. It. Phillips. Mrs. Darid. Eyre.jBrophy.i MUs Margarets Cosper,
Mrs. Lewis uniutn, urs. urey-i Mrs. C. U. McMahan, Airs. T. u
man Boise, Mrs. Richard: Slater, Cradlebough. Mrs.' Elepha S.
Mrs. Harry Hawkins. Mrs." Frank
" Durbin, Jr., Mrs., Dan J. Fry. Jr.,
Mrs. Frits Blade, Mrs. Gus Nix
on, Mrs. Asel Eoff, Mrs. Bert
-Ford, Mrs. Dwlght Qulsenberry,
Mrs. Karl Becke, Mrs. Frank
Spears, Mrs. Frederick Lamport.
Mrs. -Willis Roughton, Mrs. Wal-4
lace Bonesteele, Mrs.' Earl Daue,
Mrs. John H. Carson. Mrs.-Allan
Carson, Mrs. Clifford Townsend,
Mrs. Paul Hendricks, Mrs. Clifton
Irwin, Mrs. Carl 'Nelson, Mrs.
Orris Fry Mrsi Consell Dyer. :
Additional guestsat ' the , tea
hour were Miss Edith Bragg, Miss
Marjorie Chrlstenson, Miss Mar
garet Breltensteln, and .'Miss Mil
Week-End, Guests in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Laflar had
as their guests last week-end Mr.
and Mrs. R. G. Ichelberger, their
daughter, Miss Edna Ichelberger,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rodgers.
all of Portland, - S
Guests in Portland r
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harbison
are motoring ts Pevtiand this er-
ening where they will ke tke b
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Glenn Patterson.,;
We are closing out
at reduced prices .
the De . Bevoise,
Formfit and Treo
lines of ' girdles,
aierea. Oar line -of hand- .
made and hand- '
to $1.95, are being;
sold at 3 for$1.00
49c and Tic.
Our beautiful line ,
of Silk Robes Lin-
gerie and Silk Uri- ,'
derwear is beinsr '
sold out at reduced
During the sale we
are making 10 per
cent discount - on
Esprit d'Amour .
, Toilet Goods. - v :
' Buy your Christmas
Specialty Shop " .
Miss Renska L. Swart
- 453 Court St.
Minerva Club Entertained
at Marr Home ,
Members ' of the Mlnerra Club
were entertained Thursday after
noon at the home . of Mrs. Alrin
Marr. . . , . '-'
Mrs, C. H. Rlngwald was elec
ted president of the . dub; and
Mrs. J.C. Turner, secretary, for
the ensuinffyearv; . -
The afternoon was spent with
sewing and .conversation.
Refreshments wero ' senred at
the tea hour. :T : '" .
The 'club membership includes:
MrsJ B. R. Adams, Mrs. R. R. Dan
iels, Mrs. Harry Plant. Mrs. Frank
Prince, Mrs. J." F. Rlngwald, Mrs,
C Hi Rlngwald, Mrs. Jim Ritchie,
Mrs. J. C- Turner, Mrs. Dory Ward
and the hostess, Mrs. Marr.
Mrs. Jim Sims, and Mrs. Mace
were special guests. -
The club will meet in a fort
night at the home of Mrs. Frank
Prince, I SO Electric Street. ;
J. S. Club , Entertained at
Members of the Jolly Sixteen
Community - Serrlce Depart
ment, Salem Woman's Club. Mrs.
H. J. Weldmer, K90 N. CotUge
St. 9 a. m.
Committee, American Legion
Auxiliary. Y. W. i C. A. 2:30
o'clock. ! i
Jane Lawrence Circle, Baptist
Church, Mrs. Mark SklfJt, 421
Court St. hostess.
Mrs. Emma Grahanw 95 S. x ztn1 Club ere entertained Wednesday
. , , muhir it tn noma nt Ur
Mrs. ;T. W. DaTles.
White, Mrs. William Busicfc, Mrs.
Harvey Romaine, Mrs. Ray .Hart-
man, Mrs. Harry Hawkins, Mrs.
Edwin Nissen, Mrs. Roy Burton,
and Mrs. Martin Ferrey. "
Mrs. Imlah Hostess at
Meeting of Sweet Briar Club
i Mrs. James Imlah was hostess
at the meeting of the Sweet Briar
Club which was held Wednesday
i Plans were discussed (or the
work which the club will take up
' Mrs. John Crabtree and Mrs.
Sarah Patrick were special guests
f o the afternoon.
- Members present, were Mrs. Ar
thur TJtley, Mrs. Corydon Blod
gett, Mrs. WUliam F. McCall, Mrs.
M. C. ; Petteys, Mrs. Al Steiner,
Mrs. Lou Grote, Mrs. Ed Pratt,
Miss Nellie Taylor, Mrs. W. C.
Franklin, MrSb C. C. Chaffee, Mrs.
E. O. Moll, Mrs. C, C. Page," and
the bostess, Mrs.; Imlah. "
The club will meet in a fort
night at - the home -of Mrs. C. - C.
Chaff ee.T :l ;;;; '-- ;;;;frl;-;.:;:;j
War Mothers Will Hold
State Convention in Salem
' At the meeting of the -, execu
tive board of the War Mothers of
Oregon Wednesday it was decided
to hold ithe ' state convention in
Salem November 29 th, ;?::A
Mrs. Mark Skiff. of Salem and
Mrs. John Eubanks of Portland
were appointed by Mrs. Florence
Garver, state president, to make
the necssary arrangements for the
Dinner at Unitarian Church
pot-luck dinner will be serv
ed at tlx o'clock this evening In
tbw dining room at the Unitarian
An appropriate Hallowe'en pro
gram has been arranged.
AH members of the congrega
tion are Invited to attend.
Mrs. Price Confined to a
Her Home . . 1
The many friends ot Oscar E.
Price 'will be pleased to learn that
her condition Is reported as being
slightly; Improved this morning,
Mrs. Price has been seriously ill
for the past three months in her
home at 444 North Cottage Street
North Circle. - First Baptist
Church. Mrs. W. G Nelson, 375
Shipping St. hostess. 2: 30 o'clock.
Pot luck Dinner. Unitarian
Church. 0 o'clock. Congregation
al Invited to attend, iv ?:
Thimble Club, Neighbors of
Woodcraft. Fraternal Temple. -' 2
o'clock. " - ,. :
Saturday f ;
. Formal Hallowe'en Dance. Illa-H
hee Country Club.
Sacred Concert, Vested Choir
of Knight Memorial Church. 7:30
o'clock. - . i f I
- Film at First Congregational
Church. ' "The Friend of God,
7:30 o'clock." j ,
Monday; . ;;-
McDowell Club Concert. Miss
Ruth Bedford, pianist. . Concert
Hall, Nelson Building. - 8 o'clock.
Costume Party. R; N.- A. Fra
ternal Temple. 8 o'clock,,
Circles of Baptist Church-
Wul Meet This Afternoon
The three missionary circles of
the First Baptist Church -wiU
meet this afternoon at two thirty
o'clock as follows: "Jane Lawrence
Circle, with Mrs. Mark Stiff, 421
Court Street; Elizabeth Lough-
ridge Circle, Miss Emma Graham.
159 S.,12th Street; and the North
Circle. Airs. W. G. . Nelson. 876
Shipping Street. "
E 'celesta Club Entertained .
Covers were ptaceo: for twenty
five members of the Ecclesia Club
at the one o'clock luncheon held
yesterday afternoon - in the Green
Gate Room at the Spa.
; AddlUonal guests wera i Miss
Thelma Mesch, Miss Irene Hughes.
Miss Marguerite Wann, and Miss
Visiting at McNary Home
Mrs. John H. McNary has as
her ; guest for several - days, her
Mrs. Smith Entertains in I
Honor of Sister
Mrs. Guy O. Smith entertained
Tuesday evening1 ta honor" ot " her
sister,: Miss Gertrude Caasidy of
Minneapolis, Minnesota who is vis
iting for several months in Sal
em, with a Jolly "Hallowe'en par
ty In her home on North Church
Street, ? k
The living rooms : were lighted
with , yellow tapers. : Hallowe'en
novelties and baskets of marigolds
decorated the rooms. J
Games and stunts were played
in the evening. Mrs. W. E. Hansen
as a Gypsy, fortune teller,' afford
ed much amusement for the group.
Miss Elva Nissea and Miss Cas-
sidy . assisted Mrs. Smith In serv
ing.. ; ;.. 'i
The guest group Included: the
honor guest. Miss . Cassidy, Miss
Elva Nissen, Miss Leah Suing,
Miss Lucille JaskoskL Miss Mar-
dette Heenan, Miss Mildred Su
lug. Miss Josephine Jaskoski, Miss
Mary Heenan. Miss Theresa 4 Al- niece. Mrs. James Robb, of Port-
Ralph Jones of Salem :
named On OSC Ad Club
1 OREGON' STATU COLLEGE.
Corvallls, October -27- Ralph
Jones ot Salem has been admitted
as a member of the O. S. C. Ad
club. He la one of the 20 new
students to he admitted. The club
Is organized to promote Interest in
professional advertising to pro-
Circle WUl Meet This After
noon ' f r
The members of the Englewood
Community Circle will meet - at
two thirty o'clock in the after
noon for their regular monthly
meeting at the home of Mrs. D.
W. Lear, 1293 North Twentieth
Street. j J -t
The subject to be presented at
this time will be the history of the
home and its development.
National. Convention of
Order of Rainbow I ' '
Plans for a program of world
wide expansion of the Order of
the Rainbow," a Junior organiza
tion; sponsored by Masonic ; bod
ies will be discussed at the
national convention I or the su
preme assembly of that order at
Oklahoma City, Okla., ; November
7.;:, and 9. t it: . J
-At present the Order of the
Rainbow Is represented in virtual
ly every state in the Union and In
Canada, Porto Rico and the' Canal
Zone. Supreme deputies and ' in-!
spectors from each of the states
and foreign assemblies will be in
attendance at the. Oklahoma meet
ing. Prominent men - and women
from the ranks of the Eastern Star
and other Masonic bodies will be
Black cats, witches, and lovely!
baskets ? of. yellow ehryfantb
mums decorated the living room.
"00"t was the diversion of the
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Betchel won the first prize, and
Mrs. A. J. McClintoek - ( Edna Ack-
erman) of Weed,. California, and
Mrs. J. M. Spong won the second
prize. .-' - - -
Members of .the club are Mr.
and ' Mrs. C. H. Busey. Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs.
J: J. :' Ackerman. Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Spong, Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Dennis, Mrs. Ed Keene, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Bechtel, Mrs. J.
M. Spong, i and the. host and host
ess, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Da vies,
Additional guests for the evening.
were Mrs. Stella Bridges, Miss La
Velle Keene, and Mrs. A; J. Mc
Mrs. C. H. Busey and Mrs. L.
Bechtel 'assisted in vserVing the
. The next meeting of the club
will ' be held November 9, at the
home of Mr.; and Mrs.. C. H. Bu
sey, 1554 South Cottage Street.
Thimble Club WiU Meet
at Fraternal Temple v
The Thimble Club of Neighbors
of Woodcraft will meet at two
o'clock this afternoon at the Fra
ternal Temple. " r '"i;
Spending 'the Week in Salem
. Mrs. E. H. Cowles of Woodburn
is a guest ot her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.' Chester
M. Cox for the week. ; -:" r
District. Meeting of
W.FM.S. , .
The Salem District meeting of
the Woman's Foreign . Missionary
Society is In session today at Dal
las. Delegates from the ' First
Methodist Church. Leslie Memor
ial Church, and Jason Lee church
will be In attendance. '
Mrs. M. B. Parenouglan is dis
trict president, - and Mrs. . R. - V,
Hollenberg is recording secre
Yomarco Class WiU Meet
This Afternoon -j-:
. The Yomarco Class of the First
Methodist Church will be : enter-
brlch, Miss Margaret Breltensteln, bind.
Miss Helen Breltensteln, Mlssl - - '
Pauline Patterson, If Ts a .Alice L"
Ethel Barry,' Miss Thelma Oehler,
Miss Ella Barry, Miss Anna Karst.
and Miss Fred Oehler. ,11:
the report that the Thankssivi
mote campus activities by appro- turkey crop Is bigger than ercr.
prlats publicity racthodj
assist la the publicity c t .
The club will be host ta
Portland Ad club members r
delegates from Eugene, Ealen t
Albany at a banq.net November 1
Thlngs are certainty loo kiE s i
The iateVummer pulled the c
crop out ot danger and now cc
W :.:, -:,? - . ;:v
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher WiU
Make Their Home in II
California i : i' ."..;"::;
Jtfr. and Mrs. D. W. Fisher left
last evening for 'Pomona, Call-,
fornia where they will make their
future home. Their daughter, Mrs.
E. J. Herman returned south with
her parents. -j
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher's fou
children live in - Pomona. Mrs.
Herman. Dr. Oscar 'Ward Fisher,
and Dr. Robbin Fisher have made
their home there for a number ot
years, and this fall Miss Margaret
Fisher accepted a position as head
of the, piano department in the
Pomona High School. - -: !
,- ; - - - : 1 ' - if I
In Salem for Several Weeks
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Huenrgard j
and their daughters, Jacqueline
and Patricia, of Portland are
spending several weeks in Salem.
Returns From Montana
Tdts. A. L. Adolphsen has re
turned to her .home in Salem, aft-'
er visiting for the past two months)
in Butte, Montana. - j
on the program.' The; sessions will! tained this afternoon at the home
be open to all Masons and mem- of Mrs. Ronald Glover, 035 North
bers of the Eastern Star. : Commercial Street. : i-
MAKE YOUR V1EW J AND COMMERCIAL PIC
TURES, ANY TTME; ANY PLACE .
KENNELL-ELLIS STUDIOS "
. 2 I s 420 Oregon Bids.
- Week End Special
Vograns ana tCrausa
in Light and Dark Coating
Regular Price 60c a lb. .
, Week End only .
; 36c a lb., two lbs. for .
We reserve the 'right to
Only at .
..: ' ; .;-. : '
133 North Commercial St.
The Penslar Store
Original Yellow, Front .
Drug Store ;
DE MOLAY PLAYERS
- PRESENT ;
, Nov. 1st
75c $1.10 j
l Universally Known Nationally
. Can Now Be Had In
$10 $12 $15
If you want " something really different than the
ordinary a hat that "stands put" among hats, just
choose a Knox. Now on display. .
, ; SJr ..-. "aEHCHAf3e OF MERIT
Compare the slenderized TRU-BAKE cracker with; the bid square .
Blue Ribbon cracker illustratect - Note how much more interesting
the Tru-Bake shape. - - : t
Served sida by side on the same dish which wouldyou choose- '
Certainly L They all do. The hew thape Tru-Bake Cracker is a .
"better cracker. Fits the bite. "Eats", neater, TASTES BETTFR."
Try a package and learn HOW GOOD crackers can be. ;
. . ..'-"--v.;:; " - -. .
r Baked acJ Guaranteed First Quality by the . ,-
TRU-ELU BIECUIT CO., C;:!:inD, Periled, ScdU-
Crfsatcrs cf Tra-Crs t?A Tra-i:: Hcaty'Swecttasd-Crt!..?
For JjGreatest EikiingGomfo
.; I use the new, powerful Southern Pacific -
i motorJc6achesfir the highway! :
Teephpringy afccus hiori seats; Balloon
tires and powerful six-cylinder-motors
provide restful riding ease. ,L ; v
V 7:30, 8:1
Vlat&glass awning equipped windows in
- sure perfect ventilation witKout drafu
No annoying'vibration! Read with the
" same enjoyment as at home; coaches
are well lighted at night. - -i
Ride tne"SilverGray" on your next trip
r-their superiority will delight you! .
Low Fares" to Portlands - - ' '
Southern Pacific rail tickets are also rrood
on our Silver-Gray motor conches.
3:30 and 10:35 a.m.
120, 130, 1-30, 330, 6:00
i and 7i35 p.m. ;
and Sunday Service . .
Leave Salem &3Q p.m.
Leave Portland 11. -00 p.m.
Train Service ' . .
5:05 and 6.45 a-m.
153, 5:00 and 8:30 p.m.
To Albany, Gcrtxdlis
and Eugene . , . v
9:40 -and 11:40 a.m. v '
3.-40, 5:35 fcrJ 7:40 p.m.
- Tnln Service Albany, Eusn
and touth - . -.
3.20 end 10:13 a.in. ' . V
7.00 end 11:25 p.rru .
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Xa alepa. Southern Padic motor coacKe call at t'ae IJIW SAIXM HOTClTLotto 153,III-h St., We.Cta.te an.l Terr?
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