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em s Social Activities Chronicled; What the Women are Doing
RUTH MAE LAWRENCE-Society Editor
TKa yw Oregon Statesman, Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Morning, December s, 1928
Mrs. F. E. Halik
rrjUESDAY afternoon was the
I occasion of a beautiful bridge
tea at the home of the hos
tess, Mrs. F. E. Halik. 835 Sag
Drawn curtains, shaded lights,
and a profusion of potted plants,
ferns, and stately chrysanthe
mums gave just the right tone
and setting for the nine tables of
bridge which occupied the after
noon. Painty cutglasa dishes filled
with candy reflected the soft
lights and stirred the admiration
and appetites of the players.
When the playing was over and
Mrs. O. A. Olson had been accord,
ed high score and Mrs. Golden
Brown second, refreshments in
keeping with the occasion were
served at the tables.
Those assisting Mrs. Halik were
Mrs. D. C. Minto. Mrs. Herbert
Etaver, Mrs. T. F. Mesch, Mrs. D.
B. Jernian, Mrs. Frank Keltos.
Mrs. Emil Halik. and Mrs.
Guests present for the after
noon were, Mrs. O. A. Olson, Mrs.
Chas. Pratt, Mrs. George Duns
ford, Mrs. Dave Wright, Mrs. Bert
B. Flack. Mrs. M. C Petteys, Mrs.
A. C. Smith. Mrs. R. C. Hunter.
Mrs. W. J. Llljequist, Mrs. James
Imlah. Mrs. L. P. Campbell. Mrs.
Karl B. Kugel. Mrs. Sam Laugh
lin. Mrs. Ed. Kennedy, Mrs. I. M.
Ioughton. Mrs. George Forge,
Mr3. Percy Cupper, Mrs. Harold
Hughes, Mrs. Alia Bargefelt. Mrs.
W. M. Bushey, Mrs. Ajrthur
Moore, Mrs. C. F. Hamilton Mrs.
Hrbrt Staver, Mrs. J. H. Scott,
MrsJHuff, Mrs. T. S. Mesch. Mrs.
J of Bernardi. Mrs. Harry Belt.
Mrs. Downing. Mrs. M. C. Cashatt,
Mrs. D. C. Minto. Mrs. Frank
" Loose. Mrs. Wm. P. Ellis. Mrs.
Emil Halik. Mrs. Charles Miller.
Mrs. Harold Brown. Mrs. Frank
Kellog. Mrs. Bewer.
Late guests who ame in for
tea were. Mrs. Romeo Goulet,
Mrs. Paul Haustr. Mr.. D. B. Jer-
ma:i. ar.il MLss West.
Is This Afternoon
Luncheon for the school children
ar.'l business folk will be served
from 11:30 to 1:30 o'clock at the
Presbyterian Ladles Aid society
bazaar today in the church build-In-
at the corner of Chemeketa
ami North Winter streets today.
Another interesting affair in con
nection with the bazaar will be
the dinner to be served from 6 to
8 o'clock tonight Mrs. J. W. Har
bison is general chairman of the
bazaar, with Mrs. Walter D. Pugh
assisting as chairman of the
luncheon committee- and Mrs. Max
O. Buren as chairman of the din
Both luncheon and dinner will
be served in the big dining room
on the first floor of the church
building, and the bazaar booths
be erected in the primary class
rooms on the main rloor. Cooked
food, fancy works, apron and
candy booths and a fish pond will
be in charge of a large committee.
The regular December meeting
of the Beta Chi Mother's club has
bfn cancelled due to the numer
ous holiday activities. The club
will convene as usual in January.
Election of officers will be held
at the meeting of Knight and La
dles of Maccabees in McCornack
hall tonight at 8 o'clock.
The Willing Workers class of
the First Christian church will
meet at the home of Mrs. Will
May on South Capitol street
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. H. A. Smart will enter
tain members of the West Way
club with an informal afternoon
Thursday in her home. 2475 Cher
Has Bridge Party
Mrs. C. A. Huston and Mrs. J.
R. Pollock were hostesses at the
monthly card party of the Wo
man's Alliance at Mrs. Huston's
home on South Twenty-third
Btrete Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Ben Wells won the prize
for high score honors, and the sec
ond prize went to -Mrs. L. F. Le
Carie. The hostesses served at the
Winter is here and there is
great need among certain people
for warm clothing. One way to
meet this need is by contributing
suits, coats, dresses, shoes, etc.. to
the rummage sale sponsored by
the Young Women's Christian
Association. Friday and Saturday
pf this week, at the Bligh Build
ing. 136 S. High. The building will
be open Thursday for receiving
Announcement has been receiv
ed In Salem of the marriage of
Miss Aileen Leatrlce Snyder,
daughter of Mrs. Diana Snydtr of
Aurora, to Clyde Cammack. Sat
urday In Aurora. Tho wedding
was one of the most Interesting
held this season In the northern
part of tna county.
MOVES TO LEBANON
QERVAIS. Ore., Dec. 4. (Spa
tial) -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mllten
berger have moved from Oerrals
to Lebanon where Mr. Miltenberg
r will engage in the Job printlne
tad commercial photography busi
ness. He has been publishing till
Corrals Star for I. .V. McAdoo of
f.A- vJj y
$ -S3?. jar,
Members of the Florentine Trio of Portland who will assist to
the MaeDowell club chorus Christmas concert Thursday night at the
Grand theatre, are Marie Chapman McDonald, violinist; Ruth Lor
raine Close, harpist; and Ida Mathews, cell lit. In addition to accom
panying the chorus in several numbers, the trio will give a group of
instrumental selections. Members of the Beethoven society of Wil
lamette university will usher at the concert.
Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
bazaar, Presbyterian church
building, afternoon and eve
ning. Ladies' aid of Leslie Meth
odist church, church parlors,
society of First Methodist
church, church parlors, 2:30
Woman's Home Missionary
jocieiy of First Congrega
tional church. Mrs. Charles
Hlsjln, 24 6 South Cottage
street. 2:30 o'clock.
Sweet Briar club, Mrs. Ed
Pratt, Wallace Road. 2:00
Woman's Home Missionary
Society of Jason Lee church,
Mrs. Mason, 1610 North Cot
tage street. 2:30 o'clock.
Queen Esther society of
First Methodist church. Ep
worth hall, 7:30 o'clock
St. Paul's Guild. Mrs.4
James Walton, 1177 Center
street, 2:30 o'clock.
St. Vincent de Paul Altar
society, election of officers,
Parish hall. 2:30 o'clock.
Benefit card party sponsor
ed by St. Vincent de Paul Al
tar society, parish hall, S o'
clock. Monthly Dakota club din
ner, Leslie Methodist church
parlors, 6:30 o'clock.
Knights and Ladies of
Maccabees, election of offi
cers, McCornack hall, 8
Benefit card party spon
sored by Lady Eagles. Fra
ternal temple, 2 o'clock.
Barbara Frietchle Sewing
club, Mrs. U. S. Dotson. 1109
Union street. 2:30 o'clock.
MacDowell Club Chorus
concert, with Arthur Johnson
and the Florentine Trio as
sisting. Grand theatre build
ing (Calvary Baptist church).
Chapter O of the P. E. O.
Sisterhood. Mrs. A. T. Wool
pert. 1197 South High street.
Piety Hill club. Mrs. E. C.
Cross. 2:30 o'clock.
Marion County Veterans'
Association. First Christian
Church at High and Center
streets; business meetings 10
to 12 o'clock: luncheon. 12
o'clock; program and social
meeting. 2 o'clock.
Willing Workers class of
First Christian church. Mrs.
Will May. 4 45 South Capitol
street. 2 o'clock.
West Way club of W. B.
A.. Mrs. H. A. Smart. 2475
Cherry avenue. 2:30 o'clock.
Degree of Honor lodge,
election of officers. Fraternal
temple. 8 o'clock.
Raphaterlan club. Mrs. A.
A. Schramm'. 2:30 o'clock.
Annual bazaar and chicken
dinner, sponsored by Ladles'
Aid society of First Methodist
church, church parlors; ba
zaar opens at 10 o'clock, din
ner from 5:30 o'clock.
Church Fair, sponsored by
Jason Lee Sunday school. Ja
son Lee church basement, all
Hal Hibbard auxiliary. V.
S. W. V.. Armory. 2:30
SJalem Woman's club, club
house on North Cottage
street, 2:30 o'clock. .
The Degree of Honor Lodge
will meet Thursday night at 8
o'clock in Fraternal temple for
the annual election of officers.
Miss Varley Is
Miss Daisy Varley was the
guest of honor at an interesting
surprise party on her 15th birth
day anniversary Friday night at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Varley. Games and
dancing were enjoyed during the
evening and refreshments were
served at a late hour. The group
included Dorothy Tucker, Alien
Stack, Vera Alderine, Charlottoe
McClary. Ralph Stearns. Bill
Bush, Jack Bush, Harold Bird.
Jay Bertelson ind the honored
guest, Daisy Varley.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary V. S. W,
V. will hold their monthly busi
ness meeting Friday afternoon at
the Armory. A good attendance
Is desired as the annual election
of officers will be held at this
meeting, also plans will be. com
pleted for the cooked food and
apron sale to be held all day Sat
urday at the Peoples Market. 155
North Liberty street.
Members of the Missionary so
ciety of the First Christian
church, and their guests, will be
entertained with an unusually in
teresting program this afternoon,
beginning at 2:30 o'clock in the
church parlors. The general
topic of the program will be "Lat
er Americans." Mrs. W. W. Em
mons will speak on Japanese
problems, and a play. "Aunt tiliz
abeth's Missionary Tea" will be
Sewing Club at
Members of the Barbara
Frietchie Sewing club, and all
Daughters of Veterans, are invit
ed to be guests of Mrs. U. S. Dot
son this afternoon in her home,
1109 Union street. Mrs. W. F.
Neptune will be additional hos
The Lady Eagles will sponsor
a benefit card party this after
noon at the Fraternal temple.
Playing will start at 2 o'clock.
For Freight Rate
State Court Says
The Oregon Growers Coopera
tive association is liable for the
payment of transportation charges
on two consignments or pears
shipped from Medford to Havana,
Cuba, in 1920. according to an
opinion handed down by the state
supreme court Tuesday.
The opinion was written by
Justice Rand in two suits brought
by the Southern Pacific company
to collect $7,215.23 from the
growers association. The cir
cuit court for Marion county held
for the defendant association
whereupon the Southern Pacific
company appealed to the supreme
court. The decree of the lower
court was reversed.
wk vfeh barb. Raaaoaabl rate.
Cnfainl Jim umm locwiw.
FRIEXDS and relatives num
bering more than sixty as
sembled in the basement of
the Friends' church at Rosedale.
Thanksgiving day, to assist Mr.
and Mrs. I. A. Bates in celebrat
ing their golden wedding anni
versary. A sumptuous dinner was served
at 1 o'clock. The tables were ar
ranged with a rainbow cleverly
hung over the honored guests' ta
ble, the bow ending in small
mounds of presents.
The tables were centered with
several bouquets of large golden
chrysanthemums. Place cards
bore Mr. and Mrs. Bates' names,
the two dates, 1878 and 1923.
and two wedding bells, all em
bossed in gold.
. Following the dinner a short in
formal program was given. Mr.
Geo. H. Wilde of Vancouver.
Wash., acted as toastmaster. it
had been previously planned to
liken the span of life to the four
seasons of the year.
Spring, or their early childhood
was given by Floyd Bate3 of Al
bany, youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bates. The summer of life
was given by Mrs. Alex Wallen of
Springbrook. who told of the wed
ding 50 years ago, at which she
was'a guest. The autumn of life.
with its harvest of friendliness
and hospitality, was spoken of
briefly by Mrs. Geo. H. Wilde,
Vancouver, Wash., youngest sis
ter o Mrs. Bates.
Following the thought of the
summer that had passed, and the
autumn that was waring. Mr. Em.
mer Newby, of Washougal. Wash..
accompanied by Mrs. Floyd Bates,
of fAlbany, sing the old favorite,
The Barefoot Trail." The last
of the similes was give nby Rev.
Gervas Carey, pastor of the
Friends' church of Newberg. Re
plies to the toasts given them
were made by both Mr. and Mrs.
Seated at the honored guests'
table with Mr. and Mrs. Bates
were Mrs. Carry Pierce Scott, of
Portland, and Mrs. Alex Wallen,
of Springbrook. who were guest3
at the wedding 50 years ago.
Those in attendance were: Mr.
and Mrs. Exam Elliott. Melba.
Idaho; C. F. Bates and family,
Tillamook; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Bates and daughter. Albany: Mrs.
Carry Pierce Scott and daughter
Miss Mary Lee. Portland; Rev.
and Mrs. Gervas Carey and
daughter, Elizabeth. Mrs. Louie
Parker. W. E. Crozer and daugh
ter Eloise, Donald Crozer. all of
Xewberg; Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Wallen, Springbrook; Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Warner, Dundee; Mr.
and Mrs. Emmer Newby and son,
Bernard, Washougal, Wash.; Mr.
and Mrs. George H. Wilde and
family. Vancouver. Wash.; Dr.
and Mrs. J. R. Pemberton and
daaughters. Mr. and Mrs. Rov
Bates and family, Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Pearson and family, and
Carl Pemberton. all of Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. David Pearson and fam
ily, and the guests of honor, Mr.
and Mrs. I. A. Bates of Rosedale.
"!.. t yf 7. A L P. Campbell, Mrs. C. R. Lester,
CiUO Members AreM. J. B. Protzman, and the hos
Hosts At Cards
MARANTHUS club members
and special guests were de
lightfully entertained at the
home of Mrs. Wm. P'. Ellis at her
It will be delivered to every Salem
A game that will interest every child
WATCH FOR IT
Cood Goods, g J
Salem's Leading Department Store
Three-piece suits with short
Jackets are quoted as popular for
winter resort wear. Beige broad
tail and sand. colored rep create
a three-piece for Jean Arthur, of
the screen. The beige satin
blouse is trimmed with a brown
crepe vest that blends with the
brown and beige felt vagabond
home on Cress street Monday af
ternoon of this wek.
Mrs. cf. R. Lester and Mrs. J.
B. Protzman assisted the hostess
In receiving, and later in serving
dainty refreshments to the club
members and their guests.
Bridge furnished the diversion
for the afternoon and Mrs. T. A.
Raffety won high score.
Those present were: Mrs. Ly
man McDonald. Mrs. Lela Reed,
Mrs. O. P. Hoff. Mrs. Mason Bish
op, Mrs. J. B. Hewitt, Mrs. C. It.
Webber. Mrs. Carrie Chase, Mrs.
C. B. Giilis, Mrs. W. J. Minkie
wltz, Mrs. F. E. Loose, Mrs. I. W.
Follls, Mrs. M. C. Cashatt, Mrs.
J. P. Price, Mrs. L. B. Price, Mrs.
L. B. Endicott. Mrs. W. S. Levens,
Mrs. Robert Crawford, Mrs. E.
M. Heigho, Mrs. W. J. Lilequlst,
Mrs., R. C. Hunter. Mrs. W. M.
Bushey, Mrs. J. Burton Cary,
Mrs. Mrle Travis. Mrs. D. D.
Craig', Mrs. F. J. Tibbetts, Mrs."
T. A. Raffety, Mrs. H. B. Blals
yer, Mrs. D. E. Prltchett, Mrs.
R. R. Boardman, Mrs. G. E. Ter
willlger, Mrs. Clifford Elgin. Mrs
tess, Mrs. Wm. P. Ellis.
More than 20,000 gallons ot
fuel oil covered a (i,i..,ue.aiui'
area of north Roseburg recently
when a thief backed a truck into
the Denn-Garretsen warehouse,
filled containers and drove away,
leaving the outlet to the storatre
tanks open. jOl'IHD
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By Lulu Huivt Peters MIX
flutfior D'ietand Health WDiet or Childrcrx
DECREASED ACTIVITIES LES-. "Will you please give me the
SEX THEFOOD NEEDS OF address of the County Medical so
THE 1GE1) 'ciety, as I would like to write to
Protein Xc! for the Old
""S one. slice of bacon, on bread.
enough meat tor a woman of
74, whj also takes a pint of
milk and one
full ounce of
The need for;
food in general
for those in de-
clining years is
greatly les -
sened on ac-
pJLU tm(TftmiSta are decreased
proportionately. For the active
i adult, it is believed that from 200
to 3 30 calories of protein daily
are necessary for the growth of
new blood cells. The amount de
pends upon the framework of the
individual, a person of large build
needing more than the small per
son. ((Contrary to usual opinion,
the protein needs do not depend
upon the physical activities
these are taken care of by the en
ergy foods, the fats, starches and
In round numbers, there are
about 10 to 15 calories of protein
in a thin slice of bacon, 65 in a
pint of milk, and about 25 in one
ounce of cheese. This totals
about 105 for your day. Mrs. B.
With the protein in your other
foods, you are probably getting
around 123 calories. I imagine
that is about right for you, unless
you have a very large frame.
It isn't only the amount of pro
tein we have to think of, but the
quality, too. Some proteins are
lacking in ?ome of the necessary
building elements, and so are
known as incomplete proteins.
However, your cheese and milk
give a complete protein, and one
of the very highest grade.
Sorry I wasn't able to answer
your question before on account
of the very large number of let
ters I get. It usually takes
around two or three months for
an answer to appear if it Is ope
I can write on.
I congratulate you on keeping
up your interest in vital matters.
Mrs. B. It shows you are not
getting old mentally.
We have an article on Balanced
Diet, which you may have.
SMITH & WATKINS
A Chair that
Note the deep, sloping seat of this beautiful
Cogswell Chair end note trxv. the back with
is pfllcraxd head rest. Onlythis B&bxU. chair
1m these two features of comfort.' Like all
Bittaxll furniture it is staunchly constructed
for a lifetime of service beautifully finished
Smm Omr Complmtw Sifiiif ml
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them about my case? J.
The County Medical society Is
composed of physicians who are
graduates of high-grade medical
colleges, have taken their state
medical examinations, and are in
good standing in their profession.
This automatically makes them
members of the American ao
ciation. The society is not a
clinic .T . althousrh. of course.
many of the physicians do attend
or have charge of clinics,
You hav6 evidently been misled
J by my statement that if you do
not ijnow the physicians in your
locality, to write or telephone the
County Medical society and get
Mrs. C. There are several
things that may cause an incon
tinence of urine; possibly an in
flammation at the opening, too
concentrated and acid urine,
stones or tumors in the bladder,
nerve diseases, etc. You should
go and have a complete examina
tion, including an examination of
your bladder, and tests of the
Until you can go to a physician,
drink liberally of water and rave
your diet consist largely of fruits
and vegetables, to render the
Editor's Note: Dr. Peters can
not diagnose, nor give personal
advice. Your questions, if of gen
eral interest, will be ansewred in
the column. In turn. Requests for
articles must be accompanied by
a fully self-addressed, stamped
envelope and 2 cents in coin for
each article, to cover cost of
printing andha ndling. For the
pamphlet on reducing and gain
ins. 10 cents in coin, with fully
elf-addressed. stamped envelope.
must be enclosed. Address Dr. Pe
ters, in care of this paper.
Next: Unwise Diet and Som
When rtutfiiK a bwi for rousting itick
toothpick on each aide of theoprrrin and
lace ihut instead of sewing
THE STATION WITH
Need Tires, Out of Gas?
The Station With at Clock
INVITE US TO YOUR NEXT BLOW OUT
irlUii! if! liMi wining
Called By Death
Mrs. Sarah Kinsell McClelland,
a resident of Salem for some 20
years, died Tuesday evening at
5:20 o'clock at the residence. 205
North 21st street. Funeral ar
rangements will probably be made
today, following conference with
out-of-town relatives. She Is sur
vived by three children, James Mc
Clelland who is in the legal de-
jPartment of the state industrial
acciaeni rommi ssion; i nariey,
also of Salem: and Mrs. Katherine
Gemunder of Newport. The body is
in charge of the Rlgdon mortuary.
The work of placing signs at
all the cross roads in Linn county
by the Oregon State Motor asso
ciation and the county court co
operating has just been com
pleted. Linn is one of only a few
counties in the state receiving
Some men lose theii balance and marry
and othen nurry and lotc their bank-,
Seek The Best
And End Your
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