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The New Ossqon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, September 12, 1928
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1 Meeting of
W Fall r
tTJHE rnlr meeting of the
Brush Coolege wu 1 held
.last Friday evening in the school
Dinner was serred at seven
o'clock by the hostess committee
'fvhcih lnclnded Mrs. L. F. Mat
Shews, chairman; . and Mrs.
tf harles McCarter. Mrs. Roy Bark.
;r. Mrs. Ralph SeottJ Mrs. Arthur
rtJtley. and Mrs. Donald Crawford.
X The table decorations were ar
ranged by Mrs. Arthur Utley.
35 Ppeeial guests for the evening
iwere Governor and Mrs. Isaac
Lee Patterson. Miss Bertha Becke.
jft&te secretary or the grange. Mr.
nd Mrs. Ralph Becke of , Polk
bounty, agent for the grange; Mr.
!n. W. Cadderley of Corvallis. The
'rler. and Mrs. O. V. Poling of Al
bany; Mrs. Hayes of Oswego and
frs. B. E. Carrier of Salem.
Honor guests for the evening
j"ere Mrs. Stella Henry and Mrs.
'Ceorgianna Cook, who won the
Silver cup In competition with de
baters from granges throughout
the state at the annual conven
tion last June ia Rainier. The
fup which was awarded by Paul
V. Maris of the extension service
t O. A. C. was presented to the
debaters by R. W. Cadderley.
r Flowers were presented to Mrs.
Took and Mrs. Henry and also to
Ihe grange' lecturer, Marie Flint
The program arranged by Mrs.
McCall included recitations given
ty Billie Utley. Marjorie Merl
Matthews. Corydon Blodgett. Hel
rn May Cook and Elaine Wofth
fngton, musical numbers by Geor
gia Rose Cook. Irene Cutler and
Frank and Helen Crawford; and
kinging led by the Rev. Poling.
Governor Patterson, the Rev.
Poling. Miss Bertha Beck and Mr.
Ralph Beck each spoke briefly.
uests in Portland
or Several Days
I Mrs. Ralph Glover. Miss Max
jne Glover and Miss Carolyn Lam
)irth are spending several days of
Ihe week in Portland.
tTo Attend School
In Eastern Oregon;
Mbs Jean Campbell, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Camp
bell. 553 North Sixteenth street
left Sunday for LaGrande, Oregon
rhere she will attend school this
jrinter. While in La Grande, Miss
Campbell will make her home
Vith her great uncle, Mr. B. A.
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I .SALEM .
Barbara, frletehie Teat No.
2. Womts'i club-house. 1 : 00
o'clock, v '. - I '
Hunt Rosa Court, order
of the Amaranth. Bridge and
S00 party. L f
Reservations, If r. J. H. Hath,
way, telephone 108S. Reg.
alar "Court meeting, 1:00
"Open boose" sponsored
by women of First Presbyter-
Ian church. Church women of
Salem i&S- surrounding com.
manity Invited to attend.
2:39 o'clock. Church auditor.
ium - Chemeketa street at
Salem War Mothers. Mrs.
W. C. Hawley. Oak street,
hostess. 2:30 o'clock.
Woman's society. First
Rant 1st church. Mrs. Martha
Lottis, 660 Union street, ho- ;
less. 2:3 o'clock.
Isabel C. Croisan
ISS ISABEL CLARK CROI
SAN. gaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George H. Croisan, became
the bride of Charles Richard Mc
Clellan at an attractive service
quietly solemnized at four o'clock
Monday afternoon, September 10,
it the home of the bride's par
ents, on Riverside .Drive south of
The Rev. Thomas Aeheson. pas-
or of the Jason Lee Methodist!
hurch. read the single ring ser
vice in the presence of members
of the two immediate families.
The living rooms were decorated
or the occasion with dozens ,of
baskets of zinnias and asters com
bined with fern.
The bride wore an ensemble of
blue crepe back satin. For her
going- away costume ,8 he wore a
dark blue cot A, dark blue hat and
shoes and accessories to harmon
There were no bridal atendants.
After Short wedding trip.
Mr. and Mrs. McClellan will leave
for Long B.e&ch. California where
Both Mr. and Mrs. McClellan
attended Willamette University,
Mr. McClellan graduating with
I the class of 1924.
I a as . . .
IVlrs. Martha Lotus
To Entertain Group
The Woman's Society of the'
First Baptist church will meet at
two-thirty o'clock this afternoon
U the home of Mrs. Martha Lot
tis. 660 Union street. v;
The newest important vogue interpretations from Paris and the fa
shion centers-of the world are ready for -selection in our- splendid
Autumn Opening? ' Here in our.perfectly appointed departments you
may make your selection with tHe assurance that it is fashion correct
whether it be a coat trimmed with lovely supple fur, a frock with
gay jaunty lines, or a small invaluable accessory.
Hanna Rosa Court
ANNA ROSA COURT, Order
of the Amaranth, will enter
als this evening with a eard party
in the Masonic Temple. A, bust,
ness meeting of the Court at' eight
j 'clock will -precede the party.
Officials of the Grand Court,
Order of the Amaranth, of are ex.
?ected to motor to Salem for the
Tables of penochle. "500." and
ridge will he In play, beginning
t nine o'clock, with Messrs. J. B.
rotrman. William Ellis and I. W.
darby in charge.
Reservations have been made by
he foUowing Mr. and Mrs. J. Bur.
on Crary. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
lathaway. Mr. and Mrs. William
Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Camp
bell, Mr. Fred Smith, Mr. and Mr
r. A. Raffetf, Mr. and Mrs. A H.
Boock, Mr and Mrs. E. B. Gabriel.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Glaisyer, Mrs.
William Bushey. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Crawford, Mrs. Margaret
Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Protxman. Mr. and Mrs. James
Price.Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Loose.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. TerwIIIIg-
r. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hewitt, Mr.
ind Mrs. I. W. Darby, and Mr. and
Mrs. EmU Halik.
3. H. Whiteslave Iff
Returned to Salem
Dr. and Mrs. B. H. White.
their daughter. Miss Eloise White.
and son, Ivan White, have return
ed from an extended motor trip
through the middle west and east.
arn states. They visited Washing
ton, D. C, New York and Boston,
nd enroute home stopped in
Montreal, Toronto and Niagara
Miss Putnam Will
Visit in Chicago
Miss Elizabeth Putnam left
Monday evening for Chicago, Ill
inois where she will visit her
aiece. Mrs. M. E. V. Howe (Bruce
Putnam) and her small grand
niece, Marilyn Howe. Miss Put
nam is making the trip over the
southern route and will visit sev.
eral days in San Francisco before
Dr. and Mrs. H. Peterson of
Portland were honored on their
wedding anniversary with a din
ner Sunday at the home of their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph C. Curtis, at the Am
bassador apartments In Salem.
College Couple to
Be Wed October 25
Of interest in college circles is
the announcement of October 25
as the date of the wedding ef
Miss Helen rust daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faust of Port,
land, and Calvin P. Hon, son of
Dr. and Mrs. C P. Horn, also of
Portland. , V
The announcement ' was made
last Saturday at a bridge tea at
which Mrs. Faust entertained her
daughter and a few Intimate
friends at her homo in iaurei-
Roth vonnr oeonle attended the
University of Oregon. Miss Faust
Is a member of Delta Zeta soror
Itv. Mr. Horn graduated with the
class of 19 27 and ' is affiliated
with Sigma Phi Epsilon and Al
pha Delta Sigma. Ssince the first
nt Anmst he has been coneote?
with The New Oregon Statesman,
mi n Roberta Morton, piano-ac
cordionist; and Mr. Clyde cooiey.
wiloiftt. DUDil of R. W. Hans
Seitz. will assist on the program
arranged to be given Monday eve
ning September 17 i the I. O. O.
ii hull commemorating the birth
of the Rebekah Odd Fellowship.
Spend Week-End With
Friends in Corvallis
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schramm
jpent the past week-end with
friends in Corvallis Mr. Schramm
was soloist on Sunday at the First
Mrs. Schramm and her three
children, Patricia, Susanne and
Phillip, spent the greater part of
the summer at Newport.
In Bremerton, Wn.
Mrs. William H. Bretz and her
daughter Miss Marian Bretz, are
nendine the week with relatives
in. Bremerton, Washington.
Return From Boise
Mr and Mrs. Clifford Elgin.
Mica Katherine Elgin. Clifford
and James Kltfin. and Mrs. A. L.
Godfrey, returned recently from a
ten day's motor trip to Boise, Ida
Mr and Mrs. W. F. McCall have
returned to their home on the
Wallace road after spending six
weeks in their summer cottage at
- 877 . ;
The Manhattan Players hare
another: fine comedy to offer
Thursday and Friday at the El-
sinore when "Why Wives Go
Wrong" is underlined for prodscl
lion. This clever domestic comedy
is the work of Ralph Kettering.
It was written for Mary Newcome
i a starring vehicle for that
clever woman, and was seen In
New York for several months with
a much longer rnn in Chicago to
its credit. The play depicts the av.
erage wage earners Jhome with
the. wife in rebellion over the
shortness of funds for house hold
expenses. The whole situation , ia
treated In a comedy rein, but it
nearly reverts to tragedy, but- all
ends happily as it should. .The
play rebounds with bright lines
and situations. Harry J. Leland
the company's new director
claims that the play has broken
all kinds of records' for attendance
in many stock theatres thru out
the country and expects the same
result here. -
A remarkably smooth perform
ance may be expected from the J
players in this comedy, as Miss
Saunders, Miss Sheldon and Mr.
Leland have appeared in the play
in the south and will be teen here
In the same parts in which they
have scored success elsewhere. AH
the finer points with which the
play abounds will be brought out
distinctly on this account.
Jack Holt, who has already
caught on here, will have another ;
good juvenile role, while William j
Ferris and Lonnie Joy will have
complete the cast in other fine .
roles. Next week the company
have another big New York suc
cess to offer when they produce!
"The Whole Towns Talking." by j
John Emerson aid Anita Loos. 1
authors of the "Cradle Snatchers" j
and "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." ;
Aak year grocer for
new Crown Cake
bst byforemot cater
er awl cake bakers.
eum for every room
In the Homo
Equipped to Completely
Whether it be anratire house, a single suite, or a single biece of furniture, you win find the selection
here notonly varied and plentiful, brt extremely reasonable In price. Be sure to attend the unveilimr
of the windows Wednesday evening, there will be many surprising and interesting disclosures f rom th
realm of the new in modern merchandise. : - A
The Drapery De
the needed color for
To Take Place
ONS and Daughters of Oregon
pioneers will hold their
homecoming picnic and program
Saturday evening at six o'clock at
Peninsula Park community house.
An informal reception will take
place from five to six o'clock. Pio
neers and their descendants, re
gardless of membership, are in
vited to attend.
Judge Charles A. Johns, chief
justice of the supreiue court of the
Philippines, will be the principal
speaker and honored guest. He
will speak on "The Philippines
A Pioneer Outpost of the United
Stephen W. Matthieu. president
'of the society, has named the fol
Mrs. Daisy Stott Bullock, chair
man. Reception Judge and Mrs.
R. S. Bean. Mrs. Albert M. Brown,
Mrs. P. A. Binford. Mrs. Rose
Powell Brandes. B. B. Beekman,
Miss Tillie F. Cornelius. Mrs. Lula
D. Crandall. Emma W. Chandler.
Judge Peter H. D'Arcy, Mrs. Mary
S. Deeks, Mrs. F. H. Fleming,
Judge and Mrs. M. C. George, Mrs.
Ben Gadsby. Charles V. Galloway.
James T. Gray, Margaret Lake
Garten. Mrs. Amanda Oatfield
Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. Haney,
Mrs. Nathan Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
Because you can't afford
that expensive dress-r-buy
your material and let
us make it at a saving.
331 State St.
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340 COURT ST.
Rufus C. Hotman, George H
Himes, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ho ma
son, Mrs. Kate S. Holman, Walter
Hembree. Mrs. Dorothy S. Halvor,
Lilian M. Hackleman. Mrs. Mary
La Rue Ikerd. Mrs. Benton Klllln,
Mrs. Georgia Graham Malkey, Col
onel R. A. Miller, Mrs. Dan Ms.
larkey, Mrs. Ben W. Olcott, June
MacMiller Ordway. Mrs. John L.
Rand. Miss Edna Himea Reid, Mr.
and Mrs. L. O. Ralston. Mr. and
Mrs.- H. G. Starkweather. Mrs.
Nsneie Drain Singleton, Mrs. Ber.
Lha Slater Smith. Mrs.- Mary Bar.
low Wilki-js. Cornelia J.-Spencer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stott.-Mra. Os
wald West. Mrs. Bee Wilhelm and
Judge Fred W. Witeon.
Decorations Mrs. P. A. Bin.
ford, chairman: Mrs. Bert E. Mill-
kap. Mrs. Maude Laudenklos and
Mrs. Arseno Matthieu Burton.
J. S. Mills Guests -
Of Idaho Relatives
Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Mills, 1331
Center street, left earlier In the
week for Twin Falls, Idaho where
they will remain for a month as
the guests of relatives.
The Salem Council of Church
Women will not meet this week
as announced In the social calen
dar yesterday morning but Instead
will meet Thursday, September 20,
at the First Baptist church.
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Church Women Will
Attend Open House
m i i
Women from all churches in
Salens- and the " surrounding com.
manity within a radius of, thirty
miles are Inrlted . to attend the
"Open house" which will take
place Ihis afternoon in the audi
torium of the First Presbyterian
church, Chemeketa street at Win.
ter, under the auspices of the Wo.
man's Missionary society of which
Mrs. E. G. Ford is . president.
The Interesting program which
has been arranged for the after
noon will include talks - by w o
men representing each church,
musical numbers and other fea
tures.. More than one-hundred' carde
have been issued for the affair
which will open at two thiity
No More Gas
In Stcnach xnd Ccrds
ir roa vbk to he
llevoa ml m la sti
la take nulimirt Gas TMUeCa,
waiett are prepared eepectaUy lr
tonufceh cm and aU bed tWmmM r-kIUbc-
tiom mm f i miu. twt
empty, awawtna tmaltmK te tba eto
nsaca. will ebmppoar. TkaX afcxlovs.
nervTOB Ceetias with, heart UpUa
tiort wtlt malsb. No nnrt Uoafln;.
droWKleors after eatlngr. tteartfcvra
or other distress de to m Get
fno c-enetno HA A I MA KK3 -GAS
TIH1JT8 at mar o4 Crmx store.
Prteo.fl. AIwsts ca but at
DANIEL J. FRY'S
Tour inspection 1b
Invited to the well
known lines carried
St this 6tore.
Berkley & Gay Din
ing Room Fu ml tars
eration for the Mod.
Feel free to call at
tny time to discuss
your borne ' furnish
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