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THE OREGON STATEiSMAN SALEM, OEEGON, SUNDAY MORNTNCi, FEBRUARY JL9.192S:
(Costiane4 from )
Mrsv ?BUmpled-M I a erf in the af teraooa which Included
cbarf e of a WtJo& of the floor lr rambers by' the 'Hofiiish tfmpw
wnicn cninese braes, etcniags, ana-a sroap of xiris from Troiamette
other exquisite curios were on.dis-
, presented with Mr. H.'.V. Johnson !pUy. Dr. Mary C. Rowland arrang
ctftJ as toastmaster. Short talks led another corner with batiks and
were siren by the department
heads of the various districts. Fol
lowing the program a banquet was
erred in keeping with, the -Vale n-
The guests were greeted at the
door by Mrs. 8. M. Endicott. Mrs.
W. B. Johnston, and Mrs. D. R.
tine season. The erening was spent) Ross. The silver offering for the
with' dancing and cards
-Those present from Salem were
- Mrs. Pearl Hutchason, Miss Fred
erick Carlson, Miss Elizabeth
. KJempel, Miss Helen Richardson,
Mies Nina Rickets, Miss Helen
- Brietenstein, Miss Jennie Best,
Merrill Asch, Harold Mum ford.
Glen Allen. Mr. and Mrs. A. T
Wain, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Siefarth,
club-house fund was taken by Mrs.
George Lewis who presented a
most attractire picture in a Jap
anese robe of black . and white.
heavily embroidered In the six-
point star design. She carried red
flowers and an old brass bowl. She
wore sprays of the same red flow-
ars in her dark hair.
For the first hou4f the after-
Mr. and Mrs. S.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Peltier, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Bowden, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Beebe.
The Oregon-Washington Water
Service company is planning to
make this a semi-annual affair for
the purpose of promoting good fel
lowship among the various dis
tricts now under the control of
First of a Series of Card
Parties Will Be Sponsored
by B. and P. W. Club
The first of a series of card par
ties which the Business and Pro
fessional Women's club has ar
ranged will be given Wednesday
evening at 468 North Winter
street. Miss Merl E. Dimick and
Miss Edith Burch will be hostesses
at the affair. -
Reservations are being, made
with Mrs. Maude Pointer, phone
2458-R, not later than Tuesday
The committee in charge of the
series is composed of Miss LiUian
Schroeder, Miss Susan Varty, Miss
Signe Paulsen, Marianne Harris,
Miss Merl E. Dimick, and Miss Lil
Tables of both bridge and "500"
will be in play Wednesday evening.
Salem Woman's Club Hostess
at Elaborate and Beautiful
rne saiem woman s cub was
hostess at one of the most elab
orate and beautiful affairs given
in Salem in a number of years
Friday afternoon at the club-house
on North Cottage street.
A benefit bridge tea was in pro
gress in the main auditorium of
the club-house, while gracious la
dies in Japanese costumes, wel
conled their guests on the lower
floor which had been transform
ed 'into a charming Oriental gar
den with shrubbery, Japanese lan
terns, and rarest treasures from
Rice paper with colorful Japan
ese designs covered the windows
A narrow path wound through the
shrubbery to a tea room, dozens
of Japanese lanterns hung along
the way furnishing the only illum
ination. Sprays of scotch broom
and pussywillows arranged about
the columns gave a delightful Or
iental effect. Gorgeous hangings
decorated the walls and beautiful
Jars and rases, contafning graceful
eprays of pussywillows added
beauty to this charming scene.
Klghtlinger, noon, Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney, pre
sided at the attractively appointed
tea table. Tea was served from a
beautiful service of Japanese ware
loaned for the occasion. Mrs. Don
ay was lovely in a graceful robe
of lilac si'k embroidered in the
rose design' in shades of rose, lilac.
lavendar, and softest purple. In
her beautiful silver hair, she wore
a rose chrysanthemum.
She was succeeded at the sec
ond hour by Mrs. Alice H. Dodd.
who wore an elaborate Persian
costume which she bought while
touring abroad. Her head dress
which fastened with a band of
brass coins, fell almost to the floor.
Her wrists were adorned with doz
ens of heavy bracelets. Strands of
beads, a long Jacket of b'ue, heav
ily embroidered, with a full skirt
banded in dull red completed this
colorful costume. I
Several of the hostesses appear
ed in costumes of unusual loveli
ness. Mrs. J. H. Lauterman wore a
striking Japanese robe of black
brocade lined with orange. An in
tricate design was embroidered in
silk on each sleeve. She wore a
gold and rosg chrysanthemum in
Mrs. George H. Alden, In a clev
er Chinese costume, composed of
a knee-length coat and long trous
ers of orange and black silk, was
the subject of many admiring com
Mrs. F. M. Erickson wore a little
Chinese suit of apple green. The
sleeves of the short jacket were
lined with rose and the entire
costume was extremely well suit
ed to her petite type. Her head
dress was of gold embroidered
An attractive costume which she
bought while living in China was
worn by Mrs. C. A. Downs. The
jacket was edged in maroon and
gold. The brilliant head dress
which she wore was fastened in
the back with long Chinese pins.
Mrs. W. F, Fargo, represented
a Korean woman in a costume of
lily pad silk. The material which
was of varied shades of blue, was
draped over the shoulder and
arms. A long black silk sash, fall
ing almost to the floor, completed
Mrs. G. L. Forge was in com
plete charge of the affair. Assist
ing her were Mrs. C. E. Stricklin,
Mrs. Earl H. Anderson, Mrs. Ross
Bidwell, Mrs. E. E. Liilg, Mrs.
Paul H. Haoser, Mrs. William E.
Kirk, and Miss Mattie Beatty.
, An interesting program was giv-
University; impersonation by
Miss Betty Martin aad Mrs. Ron
ald Glover; uketele numbers by
Girl Reserves; and two marimba
numbers played by M 1st Id 1th
Chemeketa Chapter D. A. R..
Sponsoring Colonial Tea at
Chemeketa chapter. Daughters
of the American Revolution, is
sponsoring a Colonial Tea for -the
benefit of the student loan fund
maintained by the state chapter,
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Alton D. Hnrley, 76 South
Hostesses for the affair will be
Mrs. Hnrley, Mrs. F. K. Sherwln,
Miss Ola Clark, Mrs. Earl Stel
wer. Mrs. R. C. Aiken, and Mrs.
J. W. Harbison.
Regents of the chapter will
form the receiving line. They are:
Mrs. S. C. Dyer, Mrs. James G.
Heitzel, Mrs. Russell Catlln, Mrs.
Seymour Jones, Mrs. U. G. Shipley,
and Mrs. C. C. Clark.
Washington Couple Married
zt Kantner Home
Miss Cora Kanson of Auburn,
Washington and Edward Peterson
of Tacoma, Washington were
quietly married at one o'clock Trl
day afternoon, February IT, at the
aome of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Kant
ner on North Commercial street.
Or. Kantner officiated.
Merry-Go-Round Club Enter-
lained at Home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. N. Smith
. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith-entertained
Merry-Go-Round club mem
bers and a number of additional
guests with a 50 party In their
home Wednesday erening.
Special guests were Dr. and Mrs.
L. D. Idleman, Dr. and Mrs. Roy
Byrd, Mr. and Mrs . Warren F.
Powers, Dr. and Mrs. Phil New
myer. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith of
Portland, and Mrs. Clara Patter
son. Club members are Mr. and Mrs.
Frank W. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs.
. N. Moores, Judge and Mrs. John
H. McNary, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
3. Kay, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin K. Page, Mr.
ind Mrs. Max O. Buren, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Fleming, In. and Mrs.
C. H. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. U
3. Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Boise, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Moores, Mr, and Mrs. Will Thiel-
en, Mrs. Russell Catlin, Mrs. Hen
y B. Thielsen, and the host and
hostess, Dr. and Mrs. Smith.
The prizes for high score were
won by Mrs. Phil Neymyer and
Reuben P. Boise.
Mr. and Mrs. Max O. Buren will
entertain the club February 29.
Mrs. Paulsen Hostess at At
tractive Bridge Tea
An attractive affair of the past
week was the bridge tea for which
Mrs. Earl Paulsen was hostess
Wednesday afternoon in her home
it 205 South Church street.
As a result of the afternoon's
bridge play, Mrs. George Nelson
eceived the high score prize. Mrs.
E. - Cj . Parrtae received the,
prise; - , 'C'-."r.v;--.- '
The tea table In the dining room
was centered with carnations, free
xia and fere in combination with
Washington day noreltles. -
The guest group Included MrsJ
La ban Steer es, Mrs. B. C. Pur
vine, Mrs. Wilbur Dally, Mrs.
Glean H. -Gregg, Mrs. E. C, Charl
ton, Mrs. Ellsworth Rlckette. Mrs.
Merrill Obling, Mrs. O. Leland
Smith, Mrs. Earl Dane, Mrs. Oscar
Zeller, Mrs. Carl Armstrong. Mrs.
Kenneth Bell, Mrs. Reed Rowland,
Mrs. Oral Lemmon, Mrs. George
Nelson, Mrs. Carl Chapter, Mrs.
James Teed, Mrs. James 8mith and
the hostess, Mrs. Paulsen.
D. E. Club WM Entertain
D. B. club members will enter
tain their husbands with an old-
fashioned dancing and card party
Tuesday erening, February 21, in
the McCornack hall.
The dance music will be fur
nished by Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
The Knights of Columbus who
will hold a business session early
in the same evening, will be spe
Refreshments will be served by
the committee which Includes Mrs.
B. F. DTmeler, Mrs. A. H. Schnider,
Mrs. F. N. Alley, Mrs. J. G. Na-
don, Mrs. E. A. Thompson, Mrs.
M. Lane, and Miss Rita Bre&tano.
Delightful Afternoon Affair
Given at John J. Roberts
One of the most delightful aft
ernoon affairs of the social season
was giren Thursday afternoon at
the John J. Roberts home on State
street when Mrs. Roberts and Mrs.
Slade entertained with an attrac
tire bridge tea.
Thirteen tables of bridge were in
play throughout the afternoon.
High score honors were won by
Mrs. P. D. Quisenberry. Mrs.
George L. Rose won the second
prize and Mrs. Hal D. Patton, the
Mrs. Harry Hawkins, Mrs. Dan
J. Fry, Jr., Mrs. T. A. Roberts,
Mrs. John CrandaU Watson, and
Miss Charlotte Zieber assisted Mrs.
Roberts and Mrs. Slade in serring
at the tea hour. The charmingly
appointed tea table in the dining
room was centered with a lorely
combination of spring flowers in
pastel shades. Baskets of the flow
ers were arranged about the spa
cious rooms of the Roberts home
Mrs. Lowensberry, Mrs. John
Crandall Watson, of Portland, and
Mrs. Pierce of Aumsrllle, were
out-of-town guests at the affair.
The guest group included:' Mrs
A. B. Galloway, Mrs. MUton Mey
ers, Mrs. Asahel Bush, Mrs. Wil
liam Phillips, Mrs. H. H. Branch
Jr., Mrs. H. E. Malson, Mrs. Roy
Simmons, Mrs. Hal Patton, Mrs.
David Bennett Hill, Mrs. George
Rose, Mrs. Dan Burns, Mrs. Don
ald Toung, Mrs. C. M. Irwin, Mrs.
Cliff Farmer, Mrs. Hollls Hunting
ton, Mrs. Roy S. Keene, Mrs. Ro
meo Goulet, Mrs. George Waters,
Mrs. W. H. Lytle, Mrs. Carl Nel
son, Mrs. Frederick Deckebach,
Mrs. Homer Egan, Mrs. Paul Hen
dricks. Hrcv Job Carson: - Mrs,
Mrs. Frank Myers. . Mm. M. C.
Hemingway, Mrs. B. O. Scnacklng,
Mrs. C. Gabrielson. Mrs. Clifford
Brown, Mrs..' William, Burghardt,
Mlss Helen Roee; Mis Charlotte
Zieber,: Mrs. L L. Patterson, Mrs.
T. A. Livesley. Mrs. Harry Haw
kins,. Mrs. Dan J. Fry " Jr., Mrs.
George A. White, Mrs. W. Carl
ton Smith, Mrs. Frank Spears,
Mrs. W. Connell Dyer, Mrs. Hen
ry Meyers, Mrs. Darld Byre. Mrs.
O. C. Locke, Mrs. Frederick Lam
port, Mrs? W. 8. Walton, Mrs.
Louis Lachmund, Mrs. T. C.
Smith, Mrs. J: Shelley Saurman,
Mrs. George E. Dorcas, Mrs. Cur
tis Cross, Mrs. Arthur-Rahn, Mrs.
T. B. Kay, Mrs. T. - JL Roberts.
Mrs. P. D. Quisenberry, Mrs. Gus
Hlxon, Mrs. Boot, Mrs. Prince
Byrd, Mrs. Linn. Mrs. Richard Sta
ter, Mrs. C. A. Downs. Mrs. R. W.
Hans Seitz. Mrs. J. H. McNary,
Mrs. H. K. Stock well, and the hos
tesses, Mrs. Roberts and Mrs.
WOODBURN COUNCIL ASKED
FOR AID IX PROJECT
id I Lit I
B 6 TO FUJI
Contestants Entering the
Lists Late Spurt To
Head of Column
HONOR ROLL TODAY
N. E. Williams
The 1 ma Haugen
Carol Smith .
WOODBURN, Ore.. Feb. 18
(Special) An effort has been
made during the past few weeks
to get the city council to improve
the city park. This park is a
beautiful tract of native timber,
located near the northeast corner
of the city. It was purchased
several years ago but it has never
been improved. During the past
week Mr. Elliott and about 25
other men have been making an
effort to improve it for the big
picnic that the Modern Woodmen
of America intend to have there
this coming June.
H. E. Bjelland, who has an up
to date poultry ranch east of
town, is having his house remod
eled and several other improve
ments made in his buildings.
Ivan Stewart, representing the
Archerd Implement company of
Salem, was here on business
Thursday and Friday. He re
ports that the farmers are all busy
plowing and seeding. The gorund
is In excellent condition for put
ting in spring crops. This Is an
unusual thing for this time of the
' Mrs. Guiss. the home economics
teacher of the Woodburn high
school, and six students left Fri
day to attend the educational ex
position at Corvallis. This expo
sition is held every year and stu
dents and teachers from all parts
of the state are in attendance.
The W. R. C. will meet in the
I. O. O. F. hall next Thursday
February 23. at 2 o'clock. At 3
the public Is Invited to attend a
program which will be given in
honor of the birthdays of Wash
ington and Lincoln.
West Linn defeated Woodburn
on the Woodburn floor February
16 by a score of 32 to 16.
(By the Contest Editor)
Leader in whole contest Miss
N. E. Williams
Miss N. E. Williams, who joined
the contest a short time ago, has
become active, and today she is
the leader in the contest. She 1?
also the leader in the honor roll
today, with Thelma Haugen a vert
Miss Williams Is very much in
earnest in the contest, and, now
that 6he is in action, she expects
her friends to rally around her
and help her to win one of the
valuable prizes. Miss Williams has
a host of friends- in her home
town at McMlnnville, and If ttaeyJ
win ieaa uer meir co-operation,
it will help her materially to or
ganize her campaign. She is to be
congratulated for the splendid
start she has made.
Miss Thelma Haugen called at
the office today with her father
to Interview the contest editor,
and we took her through the
Plant, showed her the new equip
ment and went over to Vic Bros,
to show her the Oakland Six Se
dan. She was much taken with
this splendid prize and has made
up her mind to try her best to
win this car. Miss Haugen make?
n appeal ,to-her JrteMs. Jn her
community t- help her- secure
rotes, and we bIeve that, with
her wonderful ambition, If she is
consistent and works every day
from now till the end of thecon
from now till the end of the con
able number of rotes to make her
one of the serious contenders
when the radio Is awarded ndated D7 , the." ipeaker are: . jo
the cars are passed around.
Candidates, listen! The radio
contest closes tomorrow night,
Monday, February 20, at mid
night. Nobody has the radio won
yet, and- undoubtedly the work
done between now and tomorrow
night will determine the winnei
of this splendid $200.00 Trego
TRF 5 radio, that is hanging in
the balance at the present time.
Organize your forces, call or
your friends and do -everything
you possibly can Xo get your sub
scriptions in the office or In the
mail not later than midnight Mon
day. This prize will undoubtedly
be won by a small balance, and
the little effort on your part now
will probably be the deciding fac
tor in the radio prize and also
help to put you over for the big
Every candidate should bend
his utmost efforts and turn prom
ises into subscriptions. If you
have any subscriptions in mind,
be sure to get them in immediately.
High School Students
Told About Vocations
CORVALLIS. Feb. 17. (AP).
Vocational guidance the theme
of every educational exposition
here was emphasized at the out
set of the fifth annual program to
day when hundreds of selected stu
dent and faculty delegates from
cbooslng.acareer.,- . L , ... -:
Hlgh school gradaataa ibare a
normal life expectancy of 4S years,
which cannot be appraised In rat
ue bnt which can Je larested or
sold to tha highest bidder; Dr. De-
ros told the rlsitora at tM open-;
Ing conrocatioa. ' - -
Fire guiding principles enumer-
choose with a aclentine .rawer
than a superstitious attitude; to
choose on a basis of rewards; to
decide only after making a self
inventory In which aa Intelligence
test Is a help If wisely used; U
have knowledge of proposed oc
cupations and their future, and
finally to realize that a great life .
can be lived In any of many oc
cupations. Larae Lumbermen's Joint
SEATTLE. Feb. 18. (AP) A
merger of the West Coast Lum
ber Trade Extension Bureau and
the West Coast Lumbermens' as
sociation was approved yesterday,
with only one dissenting vote, by
the 150 Pacific northwest lumber
men whom the associations repre
sent. The new organization, to begin
functioning within the year, is to
be known as the West Coast Lum
bermens association and will rep
resent a total annual lumber cut
tage of more than five billion feet.
It is expected that many of the 119
independent lumbermen In the re
gion will Join the combined bu
reaus in an attempt to systematize
and advertise the industry.
Colonel W. B. Greely, chief for
ester of the United States, is to as
sume the post of secretary-manag-,r
of the new association. Robert
Allen, secretary-manager of the old
1 A 1 nrntTAn Vt 1 cr h etin1a Vi aa tA
Dr. James Devos of San Jose out- f association, for 10 years, tendered
line the guiding In principles in his resignation.
What can the Cuban authorities
mean by banning American cigar
ettes? Don't they want their cit
izens to get rid of that cough?
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the home. Each room in the home come3 in for its share of attention new drap
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store ready for your selection.
Kroehler Overstuffed Davenports
A new shipment of this well known make of overstuffed davenports has just been
received. An outstanding value for this spring is an all over Jacquard Veiour Dav
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Our Drapery Department has been en
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to take care of all your drapery require
ments. New stock is arriving for
spring, and it will pay you to visit us
and secure an estimate on your spring
Just a few pair left,
Irish Point Curtains
formerly priced to $15.00
a pair, now closing out
A Monarch Malleable Electric Range In
your home this spring will mru a real in
vestment in happiness. This Is truly ; a
range of no regrets once Installed tn your
kitchen your every day duties are light
ened many times, and a lifetime of real
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Monarch Electric Ranges
$115.00 to $268.50
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