The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 26, 1928, Page 6, Image 6

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    The New Oregon statesman, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, October 26, 1928
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Salem's Social Activities Chronicled; What the Women are Doing
Benefit For Fine
1 Arts Building
! Cancelled
THE benefit program for the
floe arts building at the Uni
versity of Oregon, scheduled for
tonight at" the home of Mr. and
Mrs. V. Connell Dyer. ba3 been
tancelled. The sudden and serious
illness of Miss Rose Bell. Berke
ley reader who was giving the
program, necessitates the with
drawal of the benefit. Miss Rose
Is In a Portland hospital stricken
with pneumonia, and her condi
tion is very grave.
Through the unforeseen circum
stance, no arrangements have yet
been made for disposal of tickets
' already sold for the benefit. It la
lobable that a program will be
rtven later in the season.
' D. E. Rummage Sale
jToday and Saturday
A rummage sale is being held
by groups 1 and 4 of the D.
club today and Saturday at 131
North High street, the proceeds of
-which will be used for charity. In
'' connection with the rummage sale,
group 2 of the D. E. club will hold
an apron sale.
The following women are in
ehWe of the rummage sale: Mrs.
B. Gentzkow. Mrs. B. F. Dimeler.
Mr3 T D McClaln. Mrs. O. Be-
Isle," Mrs. P. F Kilian Mrs A.
Bairey, Mrs. A. McUushlin. Mrs
x nrain Mrs. A. Engel. Mrs. A.
A Mickel. Mrs. C O'Brien, Mrs.
A H. Schnlder. Mrs. A. lm
Branche, Mrs. J. E. Smith. Mrs J.
C Nadon and Mrs. Anna O'Brien.
The a-pron sale is being conducted
y Mrs. , AJert O'Brien. Mrs. M." J.
Betzel, Mrs. T. M. Alley, Mrs. Hen
ry Lynch, Mrs. J. Suing. Mrs. B.
Zielinski, Mrs. E. A. Thompson
and Mrs. R. Bretano.
! Interesting Visitors
At G- H. Alden Home
The ffev. Albert Moses, Mrs.
Hoses, Mrs. Mabel Pryor and Miss
Trances Kellogg, all of Chicago,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Alden Wednesday and
Thursday, leaving Thursday for
Los Angeles. The Rev. Moses and
Mrs. Moses, accompanied by Mrs.
Moses' two sisters, Mrs. Pryor and
Miss Kellogg, are motoring
through to the south.
Mr. Alden and the Rev. Moses
were classmates at Garland col
lege, and all four of the Chica
goans were parlshoners of Mr. Al
den's father, the Rev. E. H. Alden,
In South Dakota.
Portland Woman Is
Honored at Parties
Mrs. 0. H. Taylor and her little
daughter. Barbara Jean, returned
to Portland Wednesday after a
visit of several weeks with her
mother. Mrs. T. W. Davis. Sev
eral affairs were given for Mrs.
Taylor while in Salem. Mrs.
Davies entertained a group of 35
of Mrs. Taylor's friends one eve
' alng last week. OutJof-town
guests Included Mrs. Paul Davies
and Miss Ruth Hatfield of Mc
Minnville. and Mrs. Emll Kron.
Mm Grant and Mrs. Stulifte of
Portland. Mrs. Paul Davies and
Mrs. LaDoyt M. Davies assisted
their mother-in-law in the serving.
Leslie Latin Club
Ejects Officers
The first meeting of the Leslie
junior high schol Latin club was
' held right after schol Wednesday,
October 24, in the school build
ing. Werner Brown was elected
president of the club. Vera Alden
was chosen as vice-president, and
Betty Maer- Hartung selected as
secretary-treasurer. Ethel Hall
and Doris McCalliater were named
as chairmen of the program com
mittee, and the refreshment com
mittee includes Lois Goebei and
Agnes Moore. The club will meet
the fourth
Wednesday of each i
Girl Reserve Head
Here Next Week
Miss Zada French, of New York
city., national Girl Reserve secre
tary, will be. the guest of honor at j
a luncheon to be given in the Y. i
W. C. A. rooms Wednesday, Octo
ber 31, at 12 o'clock. Mrs. George j
Moorehead. Girls Work secretary-
Miss Elizabeth Baker, general sec
retary of the Salem Y. W. C. A..
nd members of the advisory coun
cil will attend the luncheon.
The White Cross sorletv nt th
First Baptist church will meet this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In the
church parlors. The afternoon
will be spent in sewing.
The Three Links do,b will
meet this afternoon, berinrilnr at
2 o'clock, in the club parlors in
tne I. o. O. F. hall, a program
naa Deen arranged by Mrs, Rachel
xveeaer. mra. saran Oliver, Mrs.
Eva Keene. and Mrs. Lenor Krie-
sei. '
Because of his exemplary life of
75 years, O. M. Murphy of Rupert
Idaho, was freed from the city
Jail at Albanv whr h tut..
confined In default of a $25 fine
lor recaiess driving.
Ol'e Thompson
Dies Thursday
SILVERTON, Ore.. Oct. 25.
(Special.) Ole Thompson, father
of Mrs. C. J. Roshetm, passed
away at the home of his daugh
ter today.. Mr. Thompson who
has made his home in Silverton
for the past year, had been 111
for some time.
Serrlces will be held In the
parlors ot Jack and Eckman, after
which the body will be shipped to
hjs old home in Flandeau, S. D.
Program For Club
Concert Monday
UNUSUAL interest is being
shown in the first MacDowell
club concert of the year, which
will be given Monday night in the
studio of Professor and Mrs. T,
S Roberts by Mrs. Carrie B.
Adams, famous Portland organ.
iat and roniDoser of sacred music.
The general public and MacDowell
club members are invuea to at
tend; a Bmall admission being
charged the public.
Mrs. Adams will be assisted in
the program by Mrs. Cyle Wil
liamson. Albany soprano and
pupil of Professor Petri of the O.
3. C. school of music.
A request is made that the
audience please follow the Eng
lish custom and stand wnue airs
Adams plays Handel's Hallelujah
rhorws. the la3t number on the
The nroeram numbers are as
Quoniam from Twelfth
Mass Mozart
Marcbe from Leonore .
Symphony Raff
Canzonetta Mendelssohn
CARRIE B. ADAMS, organist
Care Selve Handel
The Lark Now Leaves
His Waterv Nest Parker
Minuet from Samson Handel
Gavfitte Modern Tours
Fanfare Militaire Lemmen
CARRIE B. ADAMS, organist
Song of India. . Rimsky-Korsakow
Under the Greenwood
Tree Buzzi-Peccla
Air from Jeptha.
'Waft Her. Angels' Handel
Hallelujah Chorus from
The Messiah Handel
Sweet Briar Club
Officers Installed
Mrs. Nina Adams was installed
as president of the Sweet Briar
club at a meeting Wednesday af
ternoon in the home of Mrs. E. O.
Moll. Mrs. F. E. Mercer was in
stalled as vice-president and Mrs.
Lou Grote as secretary-treasurer.
An Informal musical program fol
lowed the serrlces, with Mrs. Ray
Binegar assisting Mrs. Noll at the
tea hour.
Mrs. C. C .Chaffee will be the
next hostess to the club, enter
taining in two weeks.
Benefit Bridge Party
Planned For Thursday
The D. E. club will sponsor a
benefit bridge tea Thursday, No
vember 1, from 2 to 5 o'clock, in
McCornack hall. Thera. will be
a group of tablet for novice bridge
players, and another group of ta
bles for those more experienced.
with prizes for each group
The hostess committee for the
afternoon includes Mrs. T. A.
Windishar, Mrs. N. Rocque. Mrs.
M. Lane, Mrs. W. Quackenbush,
Mrs. K. Kckerlen, Mrg. V. Nad
stanek, Mrs. J. Perry and Mrs. C
- The Englewood Community
ciud win meet this afternoon at
tne home of Mrs. E. A. Collier,
165 North Nineteenth street
tach member Is requested to
bring a current event of the
coming election.
Ine C. McC. Johnson sawmill
at Reedsport will saw the lumber
necessary in construction of the
pulp mill south of EnVpire, and the
mill Is being made ready for the
run. which will amount to 900,000
Junior Artisans and their in
vlted guests will be entertained
with a Hallowe'en party Tuesday tee which Included Minnletta Bak
night, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, er, Alice Adams and Mrs. Reniing
in McCornack hall. ton.
The Prize Winning
Cake at the
New Statesman
Cooking School
Baked by Mrs. J. P. Hanson
895 N. Church
Will Be on
Display Today
in the Corner
Window at
Jessica Rival Peggy
Peggy Hopkins Joyce had best
look to her laurels in the marriage
field for aha is now only one up
on Jessica Reed, above, of Follies
fame.' Jessica's fourth romance
has been revealed with the issu-;
ance of a marriage license at Chi
cago. . Her new mate is Leonard
Reno, S3, son; of a millionaire
publisher. Peggy Hopkins Joyce
is shown below.
R. N. A. Sewing Club
At Johnson Home
Members of the Royal Neigh
bors sewing society were enter
tained Tuesday afternon in the
home of Mrs. George W. Johnson,
445 Meyers street. Mrs. H. L.
Henderson, and children Lloyd
and Arlene, were special guests.
Answers to the roll-call with
quotations were: made by Mes
dames Julia Blodgett, Mary Wirtz,
Elizabeth Coats, Sarah Peterson,
Elizabeth Cheney, Bertha Love
land, Margaret Ackerman, Cora
Hunt, and Miss Gertrude Cheney
Mrs. Hunt gave an interesting
report of her trip to the Hawaiian
Islands this summer. At the tea
hour. Mrs. Johnson was assisted
by Mrs. Sarah Peterson, Mrs
Mary Ackerman and Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Margaret Ackerman will
entertain the group in her home
1635 North Capitol street, on
November 13.
Patriotic Orders
Have Social Night
Sons of Union Veterans of the
Civil War and their auxiliary met
Tuesday nighfe in the Woman's
clubhouse tSr a social evening.
The program included xylophone
solos by Miss Barbara Barnaul, a
reading by Billy Utley, a talk by
W. Hanson on "Duty to Our
Country." a vocal solo by Billy
Utley, and several numbers by the
Sons of Veterans' quartette.
Late In the evening, refresh
ments were served by a commit-
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Many Door Prizes
Cause Delays In
Placing Awards
Because of the large number of
door prizes awarded at the last
two sessions of the VStatesman
Salem Woman's club cooking
school, there was some confusion
in obtaining prompt distribution
through the audience. Wednes
day atternoon ushers were occu
pied in passing out hot scones and
several rize winners were missed.
Their prizes were awarded to oth
er guests Thursday.
The last session of the school
brought out many more than the
normal number of prizes, includ
ing a number of cans of Crisco
shortening and a side .of bacon do
nated by the Steusloff market. On
the heels of these prizes came the
29 gifts awarded to winners in
the baking contest. The delay oc
casioned by this rush of prizes
permitted several contest prize
winners to leave the theatre be
fore their names had been callew.
Their prizes, however, are avail
able at the Statesman office.
Presidents Honor
Guests At Club
MRS. G. J. FRANKEL of Port
land, president of the state
federation of woman's clubs, will
be the guest of honor at the Salem
Woman's club meeting Saturday,
when the Salem club will observe
President's Day. Twenty-two past
presidents of the local club will
also be honored at the meeting.
Mrs. Frankel will review the
national convention of federation
women's clubs, which she attend
ed in San Antonio early in the
spring. Mrs. William Fordyce
Fargo and Mrs. W. D. Clarke will
report on the county federation in
Jefferson last week.
At the tea hour, the following
hostesses will serve: Mrs. P. A.
Eiker, chairman; Mrs. E. T.
Barnes, Mrs. William Busick, Mrs.
B. E. Carrier, Mrs. H. J. Clem
ents, Mrs. Ralph Cooley, Mrs.
Henry Compton, Mrs. N. C. Ka-
foury, Misa Louise Curtis, Mrs.
E. A. Kurtz, Mrs. Carey F. Mar-
tion, and Mrs. Arthur Moore.
Fire Truck Hits
Auto At Corner j
High And Court
Warnings that have been issued
by the fire department from time
to time that traffic should make
way for the fire engines when
the siren is heard, did not serve
to prevent a collision between a
fire truck driven by Herbert Sav
age and an automobile driven by
J. L. Gatliff, Salem route 4, at
the intersection of Court and
High streets about noon Thurs
day. No one was injured.
Tne truck, going south on High
street, hit Gatllff's sedan broad
side when Savage attempted to
turn out to avoid the collision.
The sedan was badly smashed and
the front springs and steering
knuckles on the fire truck were
Gatliff was haled into muni
cipal court on a charge of failing
to give right of way. but his case
was continued pending further in
vestigation on the part of Record
er Poulsen.
REE Tea Orange Pekoe adds the peffeft
touch to any social gathering. Hospitality
reigns supreme over the cups when you serve
this delicious tea, Only tender leaves of
flavory first crop mountain Teas make up
this master blend. The maximum of tea en
joyment at a reasonable price.
Mrs. Gabriel Is
Hostess To Her
RS. E. B. GABRIEL enter
tained her club Wednesday
uoon with an attractive
bridge tea in her home. Fall flow
ers in bright hues were used ef
fectively about the, big living
rooms where three tables of
bridge were in play. Mrs. T. Endi
cott won the high score prize and
the second prize went to Mrs. C.
In the club grou were Mrs. J.
B. Goodman. Mrs. J. S. Beck. Mrs.
L. Tumbelson, Mrs. L. O. Smith,'
Mrs. T. Endicott. Mrs. A. B. See-
lee, Mrs. C. Bowes, Mrs. Lyman
MacDonald, Mrs. C. R. Lester,
Mrs. Lester Jones. Mrs. Creieh
Long. Mrs. Caroll Long, and the
hostess. Mrs. Gabriel.
Mrs. Tumbelson will entertain
the club in two weeks.
At One
He comes of a family of artists
that's why they call him "Art"
the speedy cartoonist, Art Had
ley, appearing next Tuesday at
the Elsinore theatre in Fanchon
and Marco's "Artists" Idea. Art
has four brothers and two sisters,
all of them artists. The Hadley
brothers are "Hap," "Art," "Frog
gy, and JJariy," all making
good in various lines of art. Art
thinks he got the best name of
the bunch. And when you see him
draw eight of your famous comic
strip cartoons in less than three
minutes b'n living easel3, you'll
agree that he deserves the name.
Do you enjoy "Jiggs," "Spark
Plug," "Moon Mullins," "Crazy
Cat," "Andy Gump," "Barney
Google," "Jeff" and "Mac" of
"Tillle the Toiler." Then don't
fail to see Art bring them to life
at the Elsinore theatre next week.
Charles Farrell, Fox player, has
one of the most striking roles of
his screen career in "Fazil, Fox
Films production, directed by
Howard Hawks, now at the Cap
itol Theatre. Farrell, working op
posite Greta NIssen, is east as a
romantic Arabian prince. Many of
the desert scenes are laid near
Basra and Bagdad. This is the
screen version of the play "L'ln-
soumise," by Pierre Frondaie.
Staff And Key
Holds Meeting
Monmouth, Ore.. Oct. 25. (Spe
cial) The Staff and Key, an or
ganization for senior and junior
girls met Tuesday evening at the
music hall. A business and so
cial meeting was enjoyed, with
doughnuts and sweet cider for re
freshments. Officers for the year
ora- Praildant Marriiflriti Rir-
ick; vice president LeMoine Mur
ray; secretary-treasurer, fnyms
Chapins Plant
Tulips On Farm
CLEAR LAKE, Ore.. Oct. 25
(Special) Luther Chapin and
son Rawson are -planting their
tulip bulbs on their farm in South
bottom. The Chapin farm is quite
a show placein the spring time
when their narcissi and tulips
Tree Tea Japan
if you prefer
Green Tea
Concert and musical comedy
by chorus choir. Knight Mem-
orial church, 8:15 o'clock.
Masquerade Hallowe en par-
ty sponsored by Epworth Lea-
gue, parlors of First Metho-
Hiot rtinrch. 8 o'clock.
Benefit program for U. of
O. fine arts building, Miss Rose
Bell, home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Connell Dyer, 8:15 o'clock.
Englewood community
club. Mrs. E. A. Collier, iv
North Nineteenth street.
2:30 o'clock.
Three Link club, club par-
lors of I. O. O. F. hall, 2
White Cross society of
First Baptist church, church
parlors,, 2:3 o'clock.
President's day. Salem
Woman's club, clubhouse, 2:
30 o'clock.
Schubert Octette in public
concert. Y. M. C. A. lobby. S
MacDowell club concert
presenting Carrie B. Adams
organist; studio of Prof, and
Mrs. T. S. Roberts, 8 o'clock.
Junior Artisans' Hallo- i
we'en party, McCornack hall,
7:30 o'clock.
Hallowe'en carnival dance,
sponsored by American Le
gion auxiliary, honoring Le
gion Drum Corps, Schindler's
hall, 9 o'clock.
First formal dance of 1 11a
hee Country club, clubhouse,
9 o'clock.
Benefit bridge tea, spon
sored by American Legion
auxiliary, Mrs. C. L. New.
man,, 1S30 Center street, 2
o'clock. ' '
Girl Reserve Advisory
council, luncheon in honor of
Miss Zada French of New
York City, Y. W. C. A. rooms.
12 o'clock.
Hallowe'en frolic, dance
and card party sponsored by
Lady Eagles. Fraternal tem
ple, S o'clock.
Benefit bridge tea spon
sored by D. E. club. McCor
nack hall, 2 to 5 o'clock.
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct., 25.
(AP) Final approval of the pro
posed Mount Hood tramway has
1 3en postponed by Secretary of Ag
riculture Jardine pending further
Always! Superior Service and
A Home
Town Store
v v s -. -
Salem will Grow," says
Geo. Vick9 Chamber of
Commerce President
"l am sure this city will grow
providing national conditions
are not disrupted. Salem is due
for more than a natural growth.
Owing I to the larger payrolls,
paper mills and plants and the
flax industry in all its stages.
the enormous increase in our
canned goods, in addition to the
fact that Salem is backed by
one of the best farm commun
ities in Oregon. This country is
best because of its diversity ot
cash products."
ROTH'S, too, is bound to grow.
just as it has grown in the
28 years during which it has
served Salem.- It believes ia
local development and as a
home-owned institution is
doing everything in its part
to make Salem "bigger and
Phone 1885-6-7
liLoZ ;
SALLY Sallies
exactly POVEW-I-y,
Wlien your face m your lortunc U u no
crime to be pooc.
Far West Certain
For Hoover List
SEATTLE, Oct. 25. (AP)
Tredction that Herbert Hoover
v.-ill sweep the entire west from
the Great Lakes to the Pacific
coast in the presidential election
was made today by R. A. Nestos,
former governor of North Da
kota, upon his arrival here. Nes
to. will speak here tonight. He
said a definite tide was setting in
for Hoover through Wisconsin
and Montana.
SILVERTON, Ore., Oct. 25.
(Special.) The Silverton Coun
try club will enjoy a Hallowe'en
party in the clubhouse on Friday
night. Mrs. McGinnis is in charge
of the entertainment committee.
Dancing and cards will be events
of the evening.
(AP) A good will delegation of
San Francisco business men, head
ed by Mayor James Rolph, Jr., and
President Philip J. Fay, president
of the San Francisco Chtmber of
Commerce, will leave here tonight
for Portland.
Quality means
wife" says Miss
school fame.
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"My work WQuld always be a pleasure, were
it possible to have the ELSINORE quality of
canned fruits and vegetables," says Miss
Elsinore Telephone. Peas, 3 cans 55c
6 cans for $1.05. These are our own brand and
just like fresh peas.
Elsinore Del Maize Corn, 3 cans 55c
Also our own brand. 6 cans for $1.05
Elsinore Cling Peaches, 2 cans 55c
These are the new pack; nice variety
Perfection Flour, 49-lh.sack;tl .48
A soft wheat Valley Flour
Schilling's Baking Powder, 16-oz, 45c
A large wooden cooking spoon free with each I
can. The spoon is like one ust-i jv Misa Williams
at the cooking scnool
Waldorf Toilet Tissue, doz. rolls 70c
A soft paper of good quality and reasonable price. "
Airy Fairy Cake Flour, 2 pkgs.. 40c.
These are large packages
NOTE: For our Swedish qancl Norwegian
We have just received a special shipment of
Lmgon Berries I
See our fruit ar.d vegetable department!
Everything in season
Dinner Is Given
At Smith Home
CLEAR LAKE, Ore., Oct. 2 3r
(Special) Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Guy Smith entertained at dinner
Sunday, at their home near Chem
awa. Among the guests present
werp Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Eck Du
toit and sons of Kansas. The Du
toit family is spending the winter
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Smith. Mrs. Smith is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Dutoit.
Travel Lectures
Given At School
MILL CITY. Ore., Oct. 25.
(Special) A series of travel
talks is being given at the Mill
City high school to stimulate in
terest in geography and history
courses. Mrs. Walter Hart of
Pittsburg who spent several years
in Egypt, will be the speaker next
week. The talk Monday was giv
en by Dr. W. W. Alden. who de
scribed his recent trip to Europe,
giving interesting sidelights on th
customs of the countries visited.
Woman Legislator
Opposes Al Smith
NEW YORK. Oct. 25 CAP)
Gail Laughlin. only womau mem
ber of the Maine legislature, fn an
address here tonight characterized
Governor Alfred K. Smith as "th
worst opponent of Women's equal
rights in the country today. "M iss
M aud Younger, of San Francisco.
congressional chairman of the
women's party, asserted that "if
Hoover and Cnrtfs are elected, th
proposed 'equal rights amendment
will be adopted within the next
four years."
Where Quality
and Price
Are Combined
Low Prices at
28 Year
In Salem
much to the House-
Williams of cooking
134 N. Liberty St.