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. . i ; , The New Oregon Statesman. Salem Oregon, Friday Morning, February 1, 1929 -
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Society News and Club Affairs
- Olive M. Doak, Society Editor
CUPlD WINSTSCTER 'YEAR'S STRIFE
Smart Tea Honors
:' . Advisor
DECEMBER-MAY' kl 'M VMSiiSi
- Miss Maxlne Myers entertained!
th home of her parents on
Chemeketa , street with tea. from
roar to six Thursday afternoon
tor the new Rainbow officers and
Emmlttees of Chadwick chapter
sembly No. 3 In order that they
might meet, the new Mother A4
rlsor of the order, Mrs. Hazel
Miss Myers was assisted by her
Snother Mrs. Frank Myers, and
Miss Vivian Stoltenberc, and by
Mrs. Pay Wright who poured
and Miss Leila Johnson who cat
lees. In the dining room Miss
Myers was assisted by Miss Julia
Creech, Miss Cynthia Delano. Miss
Katharine Laaghridge, Miss Es
ther Wood. Miss CaroyI Braden,
and Miss Eleanors Wright
The rooms and tables, were
lOTely i In the color ' scheme of
delicate pink, yellow and green
carried oat in lorely pink car
nations, green ferns and yellow
gapers in auraetrreiy snaaea
Some fifty guests were in dar
ing tne axternoon to enjoy tnis si
tractlre party, one of the smart'
at that has been given by the
j yyunger set
Plan For Campaign
The final plans are being made
and last instructions are being
given out from Y. W. C. A, head-
ouarters for the coming i. w. u.
A. campaign for funds to the
atcount of $7,500 which is need
ed to jCarry on the work of the
organization for 1929.
Thursday a noon luncheon was
lield at the Y. W. C. A. headquar
ters for the executive committee
the board of directors, and the
captains of the' campaign teams
.This luncheon was in the nature
of a rally to create enthusiasm
'and give final Instructions for the
It was announced at this meet
ing by Mrs; C. S. Hamilton, pres
ldent newly elected of the Y. W
C. A. that Mrs. L. H. McMahan
rice president, would act a pre
siding officer of the luncheon
which will be served every day
; during the campaign the week of
February 4 to February 9, these
luncheons to be held at the Young
Men's Christian association build
ing. Hostess for the luncheons. It
Was announced, would be Mrs. M.
L. Meyers. Mrs. L. H. Lauterman
has been appointed chairman of
the luncheon committee with Mrs.
E. C. Van Slyke and Mrs. Glei
Niles "as assistants. Mrs. F. M.
Erlckson will have charge of ar
ranging for the speakers who will
address the luncheons during the
Three Links Club
Enjoys Splendid Party
The Three Links club met In
the. club parlors recently for a
business and sewing session. At
6:30 o'clock a potluck dinner was
verved to members and their fam
lties and to the Willamette en
campment who was a specially
Invited guest. The tables were
" attractively decorated with potted
plants, ferns, and pastel shaded
paper streamers from the center
of the room to each plate.
1 Following the dinner a social
evening was enjoyed by some 200,
guests. Mrs. Moored was in
. charge of the entertainment for
FY's evening. This Is the second
. joint 'meeting of the Three Link
and the Encampment, the firs
one being held In January. The
success of the Idea seems assured
During the Encampment meet
ing Just previous to the dinner
thef degree of Royal Pnrple '.was
conferred.! ' A drawing was also
held for a silk quilt In which Mrs
Harriet Miller held the Incky
The committee In charge of
. food for the potluck dinner were
Mrs. Carrie Bunn, Mrs. Grace
- Webber, Mrs. Belle Carlson, Mrs.
Coral McNeil, and Mrs. Edith Mc-
' Officers of the Three Links
- club for 1929 are Mrs. Melissa
Persons, president. Mrs. Dora
: HI1L - vice president, Mrs. Grace
Robertson, secretary, and Mr.
A I me Mills, treasurer. In the at
." ternoon session of the club Mrs.
R. O. Henderson, the outgoing
president Of 192S, was presented.
with a beautiful console set.
The next meeting of the club
will be at' the I. O. O. F. hall
- - Mrs George Lewis
Plans Party Series
: Dr. and Mrs. George-Lewis gave
the first of a series of parties
which they have planned Wednes
day evening. Rook was the center
of attention for the evening.
G nests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
: Kletxlag. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mc
Millan, Dr. and Mrs. Voight, and
Mr. and Mrs. Emmeit Welling. -
Friends of Mrs. " Allan Bynon
will regret to leant that 'she is in
: the Salem general hospital - after
, having undergone a major opera
tion Monday. Mf s. Bynon Is pro-
- grossing as well as could "T)e ex-
pected, it Is reported.
iAsk ymt greet for
iw Crewa Cake
' Floor. . Prononnced
bi by fort sit cater
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Alfred Arlington,' 22, left," and Dorothy Hateh,! 17, right, have
finally won out and are married after a year's battle with her rel
atives in Oakland, CaL Their first marriage Annulled through efforts
of her mother, Dorothy had Mrs. Golds Wessella, center, appointed
her guardian and (With Mrs. Wessella's-consent the young: pair have
been remarried. ,
Women's Alliance of Unitar
ian church, Emerson room.
2:30. Patriotic memorial ser.
West Side Circle Jason Lee
church, Mrs. Richard Erick-
son has been postponed.
Standard Bearer dinner for
W. F. M. S. at First M. E.
Woman's Alliance of the
Unitarian church -meets at
2:30 o'clock In Emerson room.
Hal Hibbard. U. S. W. V.
monthly business meeting, 2
First Spiritualist chnrch
circle, George Stoddard, 1420
N'..4th street. 8 o'clock.
Elks' club dance, guest
First Methodist church,
cooked food sale. Southern
Pacific ticket office.
D. A. R.. Elks club. 2
White Shrine of Jerusalem
guests of Oregon Shrine No.
1, Portland. Reservations call
1979R or 167.
Womanls Relief corps, 2
o'clock. Miller's Hall.
The program which Is being
ponsored by the ladies division of
be Pringle Community club has
been postponed until Friday, Feb.
IT A WAYS PAYS TO
TO1AEDIS AIT HESBSiHI'S
When you Trade at Irish's you Will Find! One Price
the Wreek Through. Irish Stores are being made the
Most Popular Stores Wherever They Are. I
Come In and See For Yourself !
Feb Naptha Soap .
Lightens the Laundry
10 Bars 49c
JeH X-Cell Gelatine
4 PkgsV.. ..29c
Mrs. Stewart's Bluing
Bottle . IOC
- Grandma Cookies
The Best there is OQ -
4 Doz. . ;... LvZ
APPLES! APPLES I
Nice Sweet Red Juick Apples
Per Bu. Box L.., i
10 Lb. Bag ...
; Try a Package..
Have you tried our Peter Pan Coffee with the
Rich Flavor? 48c Lb. !
Nice, Med. size .
Large Cauliflower ,: ,
Per Head 15c and 20c
Bananas, 3 Lbs. .2 4 c
- Oranges and Pail , .;
4 D02. ''7:-7 on-
Med. Size :.;:...Oi7C
miSII-BIUGS CASH STORE
- . 598 N, Commercial SL, Phonji 955V.': ; V "
DALLAS BttOWX8VILLE CORVALLIS SALEM
WB- , LEBANON TOLEDO " , ' DEUVER
Thursday Club has
Mrs. George Johnson entertain.
ed the Thursday club at her home
Thursday afternoon for luncheon
and bridge. Luncheon was served
at one o'clock with covers laid for
fourteen. Red was the color
scheme which was carried out In
tapes, carnations and valentine
Bridge occupied the afternoon
after luncheon. During . the busi
ness session a new members was
voted elnto the club. Mrs. Camp
Special guests Were Mrs. Sam
Adolph, and Mrs. Paul Johnson.
Club members present were Mrs.
L. P. Aldrich. Mrs. W. ,J. Lilje-
qulst. Mrs. R. C. Hunter, Mrs.
Charles Knowland. Mrs. P. J.
Meany. Mrs. A. E. HUckestein, Jr.,
Mrs. C, F. Giese, : Mrs. Frank
Loose, Mrs. Clyde Johnson, and
Mrs. George W. Johnson.
Miss Pauline Johnson assisted
in receiving1 and serving.
Mrs. William Burghardt Is pre
senting Miss Gertrude WInslow In
a solo recital Friday, evening at 8
o'clock at the Burghardt home.
This Is Miss WInslow's first solo
recital and promises to be very
well given. The numbers on the
recital program are mostly old
classics with a few modern class
Libby's Fancy Red
Tall M OC
Cans I-:... faUt
Valley Rose Flour
Peter Pah Flour
49 Lb, i 01 mlC
Dalles Diamond Flour
49 Lb. i dr no
' Hodgen Brewster
Egg Prod. $2.80
Laymore C 1-4- $2.70
Eastern Wheat; $20
Climax Dairy ; $1.80
Mill Run i-J.Jr.$i;40
: Chick Feeds and Wiscon
sin Mash for.; Baby
Chicks or 'Turkeys Get
Started Right with the
small chicks on; the Feed
that ' makes them grow .
Improper Feeds : stunt
the growth of the Baby :
Chickens Ask for Hod-,
gen-Brewster ; Feeds ' al-t
Club Is Guest
Mrs. Karl Becke wee hostess to
her club Thursday afternoon at
her home on North Summer street.
A one o'clock, luncheon was served
for which covers were' laid for 12.
Candles in pastel shades and Eng.
lieh laurel attractively decorated
the table and rooms.
After luncheon bridge occupied
the afternoon. Mrs. Lynn Mc
Cready won the guest prize and
Mrs. Paul Hendricks the club
Special guests for the afternoon
were Mrs. T. A. Roberts, Mrs. D.
F. Proctor. Mrs. F. W. Poorman.
Mrs. Gns Hiison, and Mrs. Lynn
McCready of Eugene. Club mem
bers present were Mrs. Paul Hen
dricks, Mrs. Clifford Farmer, Mrs.
Hollls Huntington. Mrs. Carl Nel
son. Mrs. P. D. Qulsenberry, and
Mrs. Lawrence Woodworth.
Standard Bearers Give
The annual Hermitage banquet
given by the Standard Bearers
society of the First Methodist
church In honor, of the 60th an
niversary of the Women's Foreign
Missionary Society will be held
In the church parlors at 6 o'clock
tonight. The girls will be hos
tesses to their mothers and the of
ficers of the W. F. M. 8.
The following program will be
Songs King's Highway, Anchors
A weigh, Onward Christian
Our Goals Efficiency Secretary
Greetings W. F. M. S.
TTt. T 1.1.
Response-rf Yl W. S. B. ..-ii-U-t-L-
Mrs. 1 'F; BrelthaupV I V
Violin Solo ...Elrae Maxwell
"Our Colors" Mrs. C. G. Doney
"Three Candles' ....The Hostesses
Toast "Score One" .
Song Faith of our Mothers
Toasts "Score Two"
"Score Three" ..-Faith Prlday
Song Jesus the Light of the
Duet Mrs. C. Maxwell, Mrs. C.
Surprise Party Honors
Silver Wedding Day
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hummel
were surprised by a group of their
friends Saturday evening. The par
ty was arranged In honor of the
sliver wedding anniversary of the
Hummels. Gifts of silverware were
presented In a pattern favored by
"Five-hundred" was played af
ter the excitement of the surprise
lhad subsided. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan
Goodenough won high score and
Mrs. C. H. Hill and Mrs. Ralph
Howard won second.
Following cards was a mock
wedding ceremony In which Mr.
H. A. Smart officiated as clersry
man and Mr. and Mrs. Hummel
were bride and groom.
Under the direction of Mrs. H.
A. Smart. Mrs. E. Moses. Mrs.
Ralph Howard, and assisted by
36in Outing Flannel.
Lights and Darks
Good weight, clean r
up price, yd- ... IOC
60x76 Double Bed
lit quality striped
BEAUTIFUL BLANKET ROBES
Heavy, fluffy, pretty patterns
Part wooL our $3.50 grade
All wool Blanket Robes J
about ;r:;Cti yKsfcO-'i F7I-'
$2.75 Blanlcet Robe
240 and 246 N.
Meii never get so old, bald and fat that they think they are un- ,
attractive to womeni j tWMe"4 Jthe iwlfe of their youth dies, ;do they L
pick ouiii woman of their own age for number two? They' do not. ,
They picV out In nine cases out of ten some slim, young creature, ;
flatter her with the attentions of a successful business man, spend -money
on her as few men of her age can afford to do, point out
that they can give her a fine house, position, and a luxurious car.
intimate that they will hang diamonds on her and that the two of '
them will dance through life together without hard work or sacrifice
of any sort. She is flattered and dazzled.
Youths of her own age appear callow and clumsy beside this
man of affairs, and the match Is made.
Mrs. F. L. Joseph and Mrs. Mabel
Wright, rellclous refreshments
were served. -
Guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Cook, Mr. and Mrs. F.
L. Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ja-
cobson, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Case.
ment. Miss Cleone Casement, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Hampshire, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Good-
enough. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Kigh.
linger. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wick
ert, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holt, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Howard, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Smart, Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Moses, Mrs. Mabel
Wright, and- the surprise honor
guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hum
mel and Ray Hummel.
Mrs. Harry Woodward has re
turned to Salem from St. Vincent's
hospital. Portland, where she has
been 111 fo rsome time. Mrs. Wood
ward la convalescing rapidly and
is -able to receive friends at her
to clean up
for the season
Any. Overcoat formerly
priced up to $25
274n. Outing Flannel
Lights or Darks
To clean up. j 1 f
Special, yd. ; L iUC
70x80 Double Bed
1st quality white or grey
or tan ((
pair ,,., p&fD7
AH LwooPBed ; Blankets,
72x 84, weIghtC A A
n5H Ihs, pair 2: vDvU-.
reduced to $2.15
Miss Beryl Holt
Is Luncheon Guest
Mrs. Thomas Wolgamott hon
ored Miss Beryl Holt with a
twelve o'clock luncheon Thurs
day at the Wolgamott home on
South Church street. The lunch
eon table was centered with a
large valentine on either side of
which were tall red tapers in sil
ver holders. Tiny valentines
marked covers for nine.
Guests Invited were the honor
guest Miss Beryl Holt, Miss Car-
lotta Crowley, Miss Ada Ross.
Miss Leila Johnson, Mrs. Brazier
Small, Mrs. Harold Ieherwood,
Miss Mary Eyre and Miss Ola
Salem Garden Club
To Meet Monday
There will be a very Interesting
and Important meeting of the Sa
Two of the Tempting
Salad Recipes to
A FaTorito Preffetred by
AMAIZO FRENCH DBCSSrNO
T. Bnffftr ,
1 t. SIt
, X. Paprika
14 t. Black Fonpw
4 T. Amalxo Oil
4 T. Worct terhtr Sun
4 T. Cftonp
(2 T. Xiinon Julc
(2 T. Vinegar
(t T. Zaiiiob Jalcm
(4 T. Vtaesar
EM.i first 4 Incre'ant witli
tpcoh to an muliion and add Wor
eterhlrs Eaura out tablaapoonfall
at a.tima and itirring thorourhlf aaak
timaT Add other larrodionta aad
atir wall. Do not nta ma arc baatar
A Favorite Prepared by
. Bliss Murphy
aOTAXi ASPAXAOX7S 8 ALAS
I pkf. Boral Lamoa OaUtln
lYt eapa koOlBf watar
U enp Tlnafar
1 tauptn salt
yt toaapooa paprika
4 toaapooa poppor
SaaOl caa of aaparacma tfps -t
5 taUacpoonj eboppod ptokls
X tabloapoon choppod groan popper
ikars boUod acr
. tafod oUro ringi for gtnUbSng
Dlaoolvo 1 pkf. Royal Laoaoa OaV
tia la boillaf wator, add Tlaagar aaA
MMilift Coo I. Wkoa It bofiaS
to thlokaa alifhtlx. -aid pleklao, groom
voppor ' and pimoato, eboppod flno. .'
Llao Wra a boM wtti atparagas
tlpa aad dacorato aMa of mould .
wftH ataifai oUro and bard boUoi
St rlap. i -
Pou la nttxtaro aad eblll aaW
firm. Sarra oa ortap lottaeo wltb
SOTAl CKZAX lldTrOVAlSS
t Cap MayonalM - - C. .. j :. .
H sop vfcippod oraaaa or (eaaaod
Fold valppod araaai lata M4roa
lao amd aorvo vitb Boral Oolatta
Salada. -. -r -
! On North r
What follows: The man tries to settle back into his former life
with his first wife. He wants to entertain his middle-aged frlendi
and play around with them bridge or golf. He Is contented with
his easy chair and his paper after dinner and doesn't want to t;o
out. And the girl, too late, discovers she wants to go to dances an.l
other amusements with young folks her own age, and ten to on
she meets! a good looking young man Wlthwhom she could have
been happy building a little home and rearing babies, and she grows
to hate this elderly person who tead no business getting her to
marry him taking advantage of her youth and Inexperience, as
she calls It. The consequence Is boredom for both, if not divorce.
lem Garden club on Monday night
at 8 o'clock at the Woman's club
house, 4 60 N. Cottag street. Mr.
Jones of the photographic firm of
Boychuck and Jones of Portland
will be present and lecture and
show slides, many of which belong
to the collection of the National
Geographic. These slides picture
very unusual and fine scenes of
the Cascade and Olympic moun
tains, and of mountains and wild
flowers of Alaska.
Members'of the garden club are
guests for this meeting and the
public which is urged to be pres
ent will be admitted for a small
admittance fee.. Anyone desirins
more definite information call
Miss Blair, secretary of the Salem
Of Interest to Salem friends
will be the numerous affairs
which have been given for Bishop
and Mrs. Jenkins and family be
fore their departure from Port
land for Nevada. Miss Lucretia
Allen entertained at the Alexan
Daily-both morning and ater-noon-Miss
Miss Humphreys, our
salad experts will prepare these spe
cial salad recipes, and you can't afford
to miss seeing these experts in action.
Noon Classes for the
Any Salad You wish Prepared will be
furnished you by these experts :
7 Free Prizes Saturday at 3 p. m.
Tklrtyi prlsea .ooqjit H wfll ba glren away Sat
nrdayt erery , wonum attending; tha salad school la
ellslbla "to "m prtsa and trlthont say charge.
Be sure to attend
,: unique event
der court for Bishop and Mrs.
Jenkins. Miss Ruth and Master
William, Monday evening. Miss
Louise Inabnlt entertained Mi si
Ruth Jenkins as a house Riiest
during her stay in Portland for
the consecration ceremony of her
father now Bishop Jenkins of Ne
vada. Sunday night at an infor
mal reception was given honor
ing Miss Ruth at the home of Miss
Dorothy Dixon, and Dr. F M.
Loomis entertained for Miss Jen
kins at dinner at the Benson ho
tel where covers were laid for 18
Friday nigat. ,
The socal club to the auxiliary
of the Sons of Veterans has post
poned its meeting for one week.
Among the 11 new hosiery
shades presented by one promin
ent house, for spring wear to har
monize with th erecently announ
ced, shoe and fabric colors, art
eight belonging to the tan fam.
ily, two grays and one soft blue
shade, called lapis.
School Features I
Business women Friday
this School; It U a
of the season.
29 Years in
ers mad ak bakers. 1
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