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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1927)
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The Ernests werv seated at eight
I em&n tables arranged fn we nn
j ing room. Beautiful baskets of
I rosea and chrysanthemums were
i used about the rooms.
i Covers were laced for. Mr. and
Mrse-Panl V. Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank G. Myers, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Stiff. Dr, and Mrs. Lab-
an Steeves, - Mr. and. Mrs.: Lee
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Roy II. Mills,
Mr. an Mrs. Walter I. Spanldlng,
Mr. Mrs. WilHsm Ererett An
derson, Mr. and Mrs. Leland S.
Dr. and Mrs. Looney, Dr. and Mrs.
Goer, Mr: and Mrs. E. A. Colony,
Ories Bates, Mr. and Mrs.
rer C. Bellinrer. Dr. and Mrs.
f fpmyer, and the hosts and hos
tesses, Mr. and Bliss Darby, and
llr. and Mrs. Karl Kugel.
'd the dinner. High score honors
&We won by Mrs. Charles Bates
and Mr.Lee Smith.
Members of Marous Club
Motor to 1 Independence
Thirteen members of - the Mar
ous Club motored to the home of
Mrs. Dall Alexander, four miles
south of Independence Friday aft
ernoon to honor Mrs. Vlda Staple-
ton of McMinnville who was the
house truest of her sister, Mrs.
J 5 A htrtkdir tnncheoit wu urr-
ed at one o'clock : CoTers were
nlaced for the honor guest, Mrs.
Stapleton, Mrs. Minnie Lee Tlb-
bitts. Mrs. Ethel 1 Cooper, Mrs.
Dalsrr Harland. Mrs. Florence
Pugh. Mrs. Ada Alklre, Mrs. EIU-
abeth Barham, Mrs. Margaret
Smith. Mrs. Cecil Wenderoth, Mrs
Doris McCarthy, Mrs. M a y m e
Cooper,; Mrs.' Eleanor Fox, Mrs.
Rose Oglesby. Mrs. Orcna Hen
derlck. Mrs. Josephine Butts, and
the hostess,' Mrs. Alexander.
The afternooon was spent- with
t sewing, music, and conrersatlon.
'The group presented Mrs. Sta-
jfeton with a lorely gift as a to
ken of tslr lore and esteem. Mrs.
a rxlattv . lei as . mom Hos rt r- t rift
iTrtb.. hTing formerly made, her
The next regular club .meeting
trill be held Tuesday . afternoon.
Norember 22nd, at the home of
Mrs. Elisabeth Bacrhan. 1825
North Fourth Street.
Public Invited to Attend
Social Hour at Y. 17. 'C. A, "
The nubile la lnrlted to attend
the Informal "at home" at the Y.
W. C. A. froni three-thlfty to fiTe
o'clock this afternoon.-
An interesting program of read
ings and music is being arranged.
Tea will be Berred-
These social affairs will be air
e regularly on' the first and third
Sundays of each month,
Telephone Emvloves Observe
Anniversary With Elaborate
tsanquez : ,; .
The forty-third anniTersary oi
the local telephone exchange was
obserred by? the. employees of the
company with an elaborate ban
quet Monday evening at the Marl
The four tables were arranged
to form the letter E." Each table
Lbad a lorely centerpiece of" bril
liantly-colored ; fall flowers and
scarlet tapers. ,,
Those seated a t the speakers
table were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. A
ler, GoTernor and Mrs. IaaacLee
Patterson. Mr. ' and Mrs. Thomas
B. Kar. Mr. Sam Koxer, Mr. and
Mrs. U. Scott Page, and Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Wilson.
Other interesting guests at the
banquet were .'Frank Bowersox,
Armine Steiner of Portland, Mrs.
Milton U Meyers.. Alice Stelner)
and Mrs. I, 15. Allen (Addle Bow
ersox) of Vancouver, Washing
ton, the first telephone operators
of the local " telephone service. '
A number of Interesting speech
es were given In the evening. Ad:
ditlonal entertainment was ' pro
vided by the Fanchon and Marco
entertainers , from - the Elalnore
Mr. C. C. Aller, manages of the
Salem " telephone company, pre
sided as toastmaster. ,
PrisciUa Club Observes
The twenty-first anniversary of
the Prlacilla Club was observed
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SPECIAL SUNDAY BILL
November 20. 1827
From 12 m, to 8 p. m.
75c Ready to Serve 75c
it , -.). :
Crab or Fruit
Cream of Tomatoes
.. - ENTREES '! '
Chicken Fricasae with Egg Noodles ,
4 gleamed Chicken with Home Made Noodles w , . 4 ,
..' .-i, Baked Virginia Ham with Sweet Potatoes
Roast Leg of Veal , with Dressing
Stuffed Young Hens with Dressing '
' VEGETABLES , ;
Tii.tt.rMl Tintaharas - - I Mashed Potato
Fruit . Jello 'with Whipped Cream
60e READY TO SERVE 60c
Cream Tomato Soup i .
ENTREES ' j
Chicken Fricasse with Egg Noodles
Roast Leg of Veal. with Dressing , ? ,
Chicken Wings and Giblets in Cream
Roast Sirloin of Beef with Brown Sauce
Special Vegetable Plate Poached Egg -VEGETABLES
J ' '
Buttered Rutabagas ; Maahed PoUto
DESSERT . - -: j
Fruit Jello with Whipped Cream lee Cream
v ' Tea Coffee : Milk ''
Combination . ,
SPECIAL TO ORDER
50c Crab or Shrimp
. . . ... .25c - Tuna Fish .
...... .20c Fruit Salam t ,
,'t . . 50e
, . , .50c
Meats and Fish
TBone Steak, French Fried Potatoes , . .". .'t
Proper Special Steak Chicken Fried ......
Proper Sirloin with French Fried Potatoes j . .
Club Steak with Rasher or Bacon ...
Home Made Sausage with Cream Gravy
Fried Eastern or Olympla Oysters ....-.
Oyster Stew ...,.".
Fresh Oyster Cocktails -
Battered Scotch, Mince. Apple, Home Made Pld
(Drinks included with meals)
i a i
i . e s t
...50c 7; ,35c
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, - - (Formerly Minto's) i . . .
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Opposite The Elalaore , - ,
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