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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 15, 192S.
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Balm Choral society. In coa-4
cert. Flrat Congregational church
. Salem Christian Young People's
association. T. M. C. A. 4 o'clock.
"The Color Line' presented by
Young people of First Methodist
church. Leslie M, S. church, South
Commercial and Myers streets.
7: SO o'clock.
Bridge and 600 party. Sponsor,
ed by American Legion auxiliary.
McCornack ball. 8:00 o'clock. Pub
Willamette Shrine, No. 2, Or
der of White Shrine of Jerusalem
Masonic temple. Dinner, 6:30
o'clock. Stated communications. 8
R. N. A. JnTeniles, 6 :30 o'clock
dinner. Fraternal temple. Adults,
8 o'clock. . ,
Etokta club. Mrs. W. H. Bretz,
891 Highland arenue hostess. 2:30
"Snow Whit and the Seme
Dwarfs," presented by students of
Sacred Heart Academy and St.
Vincent de Paul church. Elslnore
theater. 8:00 o'clock.
Writers' club. Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Clifford, Fir street hosts. 7:30
Chadwick chapter. Order of the
Eastern Star. Dinner, 6:15 o'clock.
I. O. O: F. hall.
South Circle, First Christian
church. Mrs. F. T. Smith, 1145
South High street hostess. 2:00
Business meeting, W. C. T. U.
Union hall, South Commercial and
Ferry streets. 2:30 o'clock.
Woman's Union, First Congrega
tional church. Mrs. H. K. Stock
well, 135 Washington street hos
W. F. M. S., Leslie M. E. churcs
Mrs. J. L. Ingrey, 240 Washington
Entre Nous club. Mr. and Mrs.
Goddenough, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Bassett hosts. Dinner and cards.
Woman's Auxiliary, St. Paul's
Episcopal church. Mrs. H. D.
Chambers, 560 Chemeketa street
naU of & iUrn college.
The) young eouple will return
to make their home in Portland
where Mr. VU1 i In bnslMaa.
Out of town guta at the wed
ding Included Mra. Edna 8wats,
Edwin Swart. Mrs. W. P. Bab
cock, Mis Brtba Babcock. and
Mrs. Karl Becke. all of Salem, and
Mr. and Mrs. Olirer Jeasup of
South Circle of First Chris
tian Church WUl be
The South Circle of the First
Christian church will be enter
tained at t o'clock Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
F. T. Smith. 1145 South High
street. Mrs. S. A. Philpot, Mrs.
E. J. Mauk, and Miss Martha
Mortenson, will assist the ho-
HAggy MOHft Jft GLENN WOOOPV EUCM vtATHECS
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Why build these cities glorious
If man unbuilded goes ?
In vain we build the world, unless
The builder also grows.
Regular Business Meeting
of of Salem Chapter,
W. C. T. U.
The regular business meeting of
the Salem chapter of the W. C.
T. U. will be held at two-thirty
o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the
Union hall at South Commercial
and Ferry streets.
Mrs. A. S. Mulligan will have
charge of the devotionals. The
program will be given under the
direction of the Evangelistic de
partment. The Union will be glad to re
ceive any contributions for the
Marion county health demonstra
tions. v Details of the W. C. T. U. con
vention which will be held in Sa
lem April 25 will be given at this
All members of the Union are
urged to attend.
Thursday Club Members
Mrs. R. B. Fleming, Mrs. It. J
Hendricks, Mrs. S. C. Dyer, and
Mrs. M. M. Chapman entertained
members of the Thursday club
with a delightful affair Thursday
afternoon in the Fleming home at
785 Court street.
Beautiful flowers from Mrs.
Chapman's gardens were arranged
about, the spacious living rooms
and dining room of the Fleming
Interesting features of the aft
ernoon were the charmingly-in
formal talks given by Mrs. C. K.
Spaulding and Mrs. C. P. Bishop
concerning their recent sojourns in
the Hawaiian Islands.
Included in the guest group were
Mrs. John Albert, Mrs. Henry
Bean, Mrs. C. P. Bishop, Mrs. E.
C. Cross, Mrs. Russell Catlln, Mrs.
Marcia Cusick, Mrs. Alice II.
Dodd, Mrs. F. A. Elliott. Mrs. Wil
la Fleming, Mrs. B. C. Miles, Mrs.
William F. McCall, Mrs. George
Pearce, Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney,
Mrs. Charles A. Park, Mra. Charles
K. Spaulding, Mrs. Frank W. Spen
cer, and the hostesses, Mrs. Hen
dricks, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Dyer,
and Mrs. Chapman.
Mrs. E. C. Cross. Mrs. H. B.
Thielsen, and Mrs. Russell Catlln
will be. hostesses at the May meet
ing of the Thursday club,
Lovely Affair Given at F. W.
Vurbin, Sr. Home
One of the loveliest affairs of
Je past week was the six table
dhdge tea tor which Mrs. T. W.
Durbln. Sr., Mrs. Curtis B. Cross,
and Mrs. F. W. Durbln Jr.. weft
hostesses Thursday afternoon la
the Durbln home on Fainnount
. Hill. This delightful affair was
the first of a series of four which
they wilt glYs within s, fortnight
Easter Ulles and hydrangea
were arranged about the 'living
rooms of the Durbin home.
Mrs. W. Connell Dyer and Mrs.
Prince W. Byrd assisted at the tea
The high score prize In bridge
was won by Mrs. T. A. Roberts.
Mrs. J. Shelley Saurman received
the second prize.
Meeting of Marion County
W. C. T. U. Will Be
Held in Salem
The meeting of the Marion coun
ty Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will be held at the Highland
Friends church Wednesday, April
25, with the North Salem Union
as hostess organization.
Mrs. J. E. Allison Recover
ing From Recent Illness
The many friends of Mrs. J. E.
Allison will be delighted to learn
that she is recovering from a par
alytic stroke which she suffered
10 days ago. She is now able to
see her friends In her home at
1835 Trade street.
Young People of Standard
Bearer's Society Will Pre
Young people of the Standard
Bearer's society of the first Meth
odist church will present Mrs. Mc
Nair's play. "The Color Line." at
the Leslie church this evening at
The cast includes, Charles Wil
son, as "Harry Lawson," the col
lege professor; Mis Koxanna Zeil-
ia, "Barbara McKean;" Morgan
Gallagher, "Stanley Preston,"
senior in college; Hal Lehman,
"Fu Chun," a student; Miss Esther
Lisle, "Wanda Williams," the col
lege flapper; and Miss Faith Pri
ll ay, "Miss King," the president's
This play has been successfully
presented at Pratum and McMinn
ville, and will be given at the West
Salem Methodist church and at the
First Methodist church.
Chapter Chadwick Will Have
Covers will be placed for approx
imately 175 persons at the 83 rd
anniversary banquet of Chadwick
chapter. Order of the Eastern Star,
Tuesday evening, April 17, In the
I. O. O. F. halt Only those who
mad reservations prior to the
closing of the lists Tuesday Te
ning will be served.
Mrs. M. C Petteys Is general
chairman of the dinner committee.
She Is being assisted by-Dr. and
Mrs. Corydoa Blodgett, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mrs. Dor
othy Dane, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
McCarter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. David Pugh.
Mrs. Ida Matthews, Miss Leila
May Martin, Mrs. Susan Varty,
Mrs. Pickens, Mrs. Nellie Taylor,
Mrs. Ruby Packer, and Mrs. Er
Special honor will be given at
the dinner to charter members of
Chadwick chapter,, organized in
Salem April 17, 1895, who are
it'll active in chapter work. The
list of active members includes
Mrs. Lena Cherrlngton, Mrs. Jen
nie Chapman, Mrs. George Duns-
ford. Mrs. Bertha Fortsner of
Portland, Mrs.-Josie LaFore, Mrs
May Pearce, Lot L. Pearce, Mrs.
Frances P. Smith, Mrs. Alice Stei-
ner Meyers, and George Gray.
Charter members living in Salem
who are not actively connected
with Chadwick chapter are Miss
Virginia Byrd, Mrs. Marcia Cusick
Mrs. Isabel Farrar, Dr. W. B
Morse, and Harry Jordan.
Spending Several Days at
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben P. Boise
and Mrs. William Brown - are
spending several days in the Boise
cottage at Seal Rocks.
Mrs. W. W. Baum Entertains
With Attractive After
Mrs. W. W. Baum entertained
Thursday afternoon with the first
of a series of afternoon affairs
which she has planned for the
The living rooms of the Baum
home were very attractive with
Easter lilies, Jonquils, and Japa
Bridge was the diversion of the
afternoon. The first prize for
high score was won by Mrs. E.
Max Page. Mrs. H. K. Stockwell
received the second award. v
In the group were Mrs. Erwin
Smith, Mrs. Laban Steeves, Mrs.
George H. Vehrs, Mrs. William J.
Buslck, Mrs. E. Max Page, ,Mrs.
Leo Page, Mrs. H. K. Stockwell.
Mrs. Don Roberts, Mrs. Frederick
Hill Thompson and the hostess,
R. N. A. Juveniles Will
Meet For Dinner
The juvenile organization of
the Royal Neighbors of America
will meet at 6:30 o'clock Monday
evening at the Fraternal Temple
for a potluck dinner. Mothers
will be special guests.
The regular meeting of the R.
N. A. will be held at 8 o'clock.
Golden Hour Club Members
Entertained With One
Golden Hour club members en
tertained with an attractive one
o'clock luncheon for which Mrs.
E. B. Millard was hostess Thurs
day afternoon in her home on D
Covers were placed at the lunch
eon table centered with pink car
nations and tall pink tapers in
crystal holders, for Mrs. J. D. Fo
ley, Mrs. DeLake, Mrs. Carle Ab
rams, Mrs. D. Hendricks, Mrs. W.
G. Brits, Mrs. Roy Hewitt, Mrs.
Walter Pennington, Mrs. Eric But
ler, Mrs. Herbert Winkler, Mrs. E.
C. Van Slyke, Mrs. L. R. Springer,
Mrs. J. R. Pemberton, Mrs. A. A.
Siewert, and the hostess, Mra. Mil
lard. u The club members w'lll enter
tain their husbands with a party
Friendly Workers' Bible
Members of the Friendly Work
ers' Bible Clase of the South
Salem Friends church entertained
one evening recently with a sur
prise party in honor of their
teacher, Charles C. Haworth, the
occasion being his birthday anni
The, evening was spent playing
games. Refreshments were served
, Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Wright. Mr. and Mrs.
Ross C. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Ev
erett Van Osdal. Miss Margaret
Van OsdaL Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Haworth, Mrs. Sara B. Brown,
Robert Brown, Mrs. Ella Gearllng,
Mrs. Pearl Hartman. Mrs. Irene
C. Cunningham, Mrs. Lenore Pem
berton, Mrs. Bessie Cooper, Miss
Grace Hardman, Miss Gladys
Wright, Alfred D. Haworth, and
Charles C. Haworth.
Wedding of Miss Miriam
Swartz Solemnized in
The .wedding of Miss Mariam
Swartx and Robert Duncan Vial
was solemnised at 4 o'clock Tues
day afternoon In a beautiful cere
mony at St.. David's Episcopal
church la Portland, j ;
i-: X Members of the - - bridal party
took their places against a back
and tulips. Rev. Alfred Lock
wood read the single ring serv
ice. The bride was charming in a
period wedding gown of shell-pink
chiffon and old lace. She wore a
picture hat of the same shade and
carried a lovely sheaf of orchids
Miss Evelyn Wall, the bride's
only attendant, wore lavender taf
feta and a picture hat to match.
She carried lavendar sweet peas.
Ted McDonald acted as best
man. The ushers were Elmer Col
well and John Driscoll.
The young couple left on a wed
ding trip to Vancouver and Vic
toria, B. C, Immediately follow
ing the informal reception for the
wedding party and immediate rel
atives which was held at the Vial
For her going-away costume,
Mrs. Vial wore a tailored gown
of brown and beige, a small beige
hat, and a brown coat trimmed
Mrs. Vial Is the daughter of
Mrs. Edna Swartz of Salem. She
is a graduate of the University of
Oregon, a member of Chi Omega
sorority, and Mortar Board, senior
honor society. She was very
prominent in college activities,
and won the Gerlinger cup when
a junior. In her senior year she
was president of Women's League.
Mr. Vial Is the son of Mrs. Grace
Vial of Portland. He Is a grad-
Piano Pupils of Ethel
Phelps Give Recital
A group of the piano pupils of
Mrs. Ethel Phelps were presented
in piano recital Wednesday even
ing at the First Evangelical
church, Center and Liberty
One-hundred and twenty-five
pupils and their parents were In
cluded la the guest group.
The Moore fundamental class
opened the program with an In
teresting demonstration of their
Piano solos were played by the
following pupils: Phyllis Gard
ner, Wilfred Hagedorn, Doris Lun
deen, Pauline Van Osdol, Ernest
Gerig, Gretchen Spencer, Thelma
Forgarde, Margaret Ayers. Ray
mond Lundeen. -Opal Siewert.
Katherlne Scharf, Leora Gerig,
and Gladys Hilfiker.
Christian Young People's
Association Will Meet
The regular monthly meeting of
the Salem Christian Young Peo
ple's association will meet at 4
o'clock this afternoon at the Y.
M. C. A.
All who are interested in the
meeting are Invited to attend.
W. F. M. S. of Leslie Church
The Woman's Foreign Mission
ary society of Leslie Methodist
church will be entertained Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. L. Ingrey, 240 Washing
ton street. Mrs. L. C. McShane
will be assistant hostess.
Mrs. W. J. Linfoot will lead
the devotions. Mrs. Clyde French
will have charge of the lesson
Officers Will Be Installed
at Willamette Shrine Meeting
The following officers will be
installed at the open installation
services which will be held in the
Masonic temple at. eight-thirty
o'clocjc tomorrow evening: worthy
high priestess. Miss Grace Bab-;
cock; watchman of the shepherds,
Judge O .P.' Coshow; noble proph
etess, Maude Scott; worthy sheph
erdess, Hazel Gillette; worthy
guide, Gladys Adams; secretary,
Amos Vass; treasurer, Katherine
Bernardi, Mrs. Elizabeth Sharer
will act as installing officer.
Dinner will be served at six
thirty o'clock in the Masonic din
ing room. Mrs. Alice Coolidge is
chairman oT the dinner committee.
All members of the Eastern Star
are invited to attend.
Delightful Easter Breakfast
at John B. Ulrich Home
Miss Maxine Ulrich entertained
members or the Frances Asbury
League of the Leslie Methodist
church with a delightful Easter
breakfast Sunday morning, April
8, at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John B. Ulrich, on Sag
Special guests included Bishop
and Mrs. Eben S. Johnson of Cape
town. Africa: Rev. and Mrs. 8.
Darlow Johnson and their children
and Mrs. Emma Whealdon.
At an Impressive service. Bish
op Johnson was made honorary
president of the league, and was
presented with a gold league pin.
Lovely corsages were presented to
Mrs. - Eben Johnson. Mrs. Darlow
Johnson, Mrs. Whealdon, and the
league adviser, Mrs. John B. Ul
rich. Miss Henrietta Bishop, Miss
Maxine Ulrich, Miss Mary Huff,
and Miss Catherine Earle assisted
Covers were placed for 45 at the
Mrs. McNary Convalescing I
From Recent Illness
The many friends of Mrs. John
H. McNary ill be pleased to learn
that she is convalescing from an
illness of several weeks.
Entre Nous Club Witi Be En
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Goodenough
and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bassett will
entertain the Entre Nous club with
dinner and cards Wednesday eve
ning, April IS, at the club-house.
Woman's Union of First
The Woman's Union of the First
Congregational church will meet
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. H. K. Stockwell. 133
Washington street. The afternoon
will be spent with sewing.
Brush College Grange Wins
in Debate With Pomona
The negative side of the debate
team of the Bush Collrye Grange
won a unanimous decision in the
debate with Pomona grange held
at Rickreall Friday evening.
Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Cook up
held the negative, with Mr. Stock
holm and Mr. Peterson as mem
bers of the affirmative team.
The Judges were Professor
Forbes of Monmouth Normal
school; Mr. MacMullin of Oregon
State college: and Dr. F. G.
Franklin of Willamette university.
Dr. and Mrs. W. Carlton
Smith Hosts at Delightful
Dr. and Mrs. W. Carlton Smith
were hosts at a delightful meet
ing of the Capitol 500 club Wed
Dinner was served at 7 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. James God
frey on North Winter street. The
long dining table was lovely with
a. centerpiece of pink tulips and
tall pink Tapers. Covers were
placed for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
L. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Baumgartner. Mr. and Mrs. Fran
W. Durbin, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. V
H. Dnncy. Mr. and Mrs. L. 1
Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver I
Locke, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. OUj
ger. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Ste
ner, and the host and hostess, an ,
Several hours of cards wer
enjoyed follwlng the dinner in th
Smith home at 167 Norm winw
street. The prizes for nign bcoi
were won by Dr. Griffith and Mr:
Woman' Auxiliary of St.
Paul's Church Will Meet
The Woman s Auxiliary or
Paul's Episcopal church will me
Friday afternoon at the home t
Mrs. H. Duncan Chambers, 56
Bridae Tea Given by Chap
ter G., P. E. O., An Event
of the Past Week
An outstanding event or in
month was the fifty table brid:
tea sponsored by Chapter G of th
P.E.O. Sisterhood Tuesday after
noon in the -Woman's club nous
on North Cottage street.
The main auditorium of tb
.club house, the dining room, an-
the adjoining rooms, were beat
tifully decorated with Jonquils
and Oregon Grape. The Sister
hood colors of yellow and whit
were carried out In the decoratin:
of the tea table.
The guests were greeted at th
door by the hostess commltte
which included Mrs. B. J. Milet
Mrs. A. L. Dodfrey. Mrs. Williar
McGilchrist, Sr., and Mrs. II. ?
Logan of Tualatin.
Mrs. Harold Hughes was chair
man of the general committee i
charge of the elaborate affaii
She was assisted by Mrs. D. S
Beechler, Mrs. C K. Logan. Mr?
A. T. Woolpert, Mrs. F. D. Voijit
and Mrs. Fred Lange.
The highest score among th
200 players was won by Mrs. Pan
H. Burris. Mrs. William H. Ly
tie won the second prize, and Mrs
C. N. LoughrTdge, the third.
Mrs. W. W. Moore, ohapto
president, gave a short talk pr
ceding the tea hour on the meat
ing of P. E. O.. and the aims am
ideals of the Sisterhood. Mtf
Harry Albert Austin of Portlan
sang "Happy Days," and ' (io
Touched the Rose." Randolph
Howard, also of Portland, playe.
Chopin's "Etude Opus V" an.
several encore numbers.
Rainbow girls assisted in serv
ing at the tea hour. They wer.
Miss Dorothy Moore. Miss Editl
Glaisyer, Miss Dorothy Bosshardt
Miss Ellen Jean Moody, Mis
EleanqV Wfight, Miss Wllmahlyc
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I f--HN4 be Thrifty f
r ' $
This Young Lady
works in an office
Now, American girls are show
ing the French how to wear
clothes! Doris Padmore, lovely
ow iu nr gin wnose home is
at 70 Barrow Street, is in Parts
displaying gowns for Jean Patou'
the famous French designer.
The girls over there have an
other trick to learn from her. She
says: "Everyone marvels at the
lusire ana soitness of my hair
Many of the girls ask me If I dm
brilllantlne. I always delight In
leiung me easy way we New York
iri iaae care or onr hair. An
wa do is just put a few dashes of
uanaerine on our brushes each
time we dress our hair. The firt
few times I used" It all my dan
druff disappeared and every time
It gives new sparkle and life to
my nair. it Keeps it in place, too
Just like I arrange it and makes
my Scalp always feel grand. I
don't have to shampoo nearlv ma
often, either, now that I'm using
Every, application of Danderlne
refreshes and tones your scalp, it
removes the oily film and miku
every strand gleam with new lus
tre. f it ausorres dandruff and
keeps it out or your hair. It isn't
sticky or oily. .-. All drug store?:
Dresses for All
Service Wear.. $25
Utility Coats for
Oxfords for All
Service ...... $5.95
Hats for General
Utility .......... $5
She earns a good, comfortable salary. She
owns a car and is enjoying the great open
spaces during her leisure hours. She plays
bridge and indulges in such outdoor sports
as tennis, golf, riding, hiking, etc.
Her business experience has taught her the
importance of saving and insurance, the
value of appearances. This means careful
planning and a business-like budget of her
Somehow or other she plans her wardrobe
so that everything is carefully taken care
of, even to a sinking fund for her vacation
togs. You will find her always in the pink
of fashion, yet she does not overdress.
SHE IS A CUSTOMER OF MILLER'S
April 15th to 22nd
Salem's Leading Department Store
April 15th to 22nd
Rlgdon, Miss Era Rasmussen, Mrs. ground of peach blossoms, fern, have the big 35c bottles