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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1929)
Events in the Social World and News erf Varied Club Activities
The 11th annual contention of
the Oregon department, Daugh
ters of Union Veterans of the Civil
war wu held Tuesday. Wednesday
and Thursday of the past week. It
was one of the best sessions ever
m held, ; The sessions were presided
over by the president. Miss Marie
Bsnaett, a former Salem girl.
Much, Interest was manifested in
every meeting by the large num
ber f delegates present. The
crowning event of the conten
tion was the presence for two days
of the national president, Miss
Hazel L. Riley of Chicago.
On Tuesday morning Miss Riley
was taken for a trip up the Col
ombia river highway, arriving at
the contention in the afternoon.
She spoke of the work of the
Daughters from the national
standpoint. On Wednesday morn
ing a breakfast was given for
Miss Riley by the past presidents
club of Portland, the guests being
all the presidents and past presl-
teats of all the tents.
The session Wednesday was
given over to reports and thowed
all the tents to be in a flourish
ing condition. Wednesday evening
a diriner was given in honor of
Miss Riley and was attended by
100 daughters. This event was
given in the Friends church. The
tables were beautifully appointed.
BIrs. J. W. Na.h of Salem, the de
partment h;rtifl , iataff was in
charge jtystiM Jay; nights main
poinjt. tof intAiii was. the exem
plification of the ritual - by the
Salem tent, the president, Mrs. C.
N. Needhain prccidirg. This work
was well and beautifully given.
Thursday was the parade day
and the Daughters took part in
the parade, which the national
commander of the G. A. R. de
- clared to be the best he had seen
at any state encampment. Many
citizens of Newberg had prepared
floats for the parade. The election
wa3 also held on Thursday and re
sulted in the election of Miss Maud
Stevens a3 president. Mrs. J. W.
Nash was elected as patriotic in
structor. The annual treat to the veterans
of the Grand army given by the
Daughters took the form this year
of a. dinner. There were 114 vet
erans in attendance each escSd
by a daughter. They were present
ed with red carnations, and greet
In all the convention was a suc
cess; rThe following Salem Daugh
ters Iwere present Julia K. Web
ster,! Mary M. Eutress, Marguer
ite Elliott, Lizabeth Waters, Mabel
Lockwood, Alice Horning, Made
line:; Nash, Mabel A. Needham,
Gladys Bartholomew, Sarah Cut-,
ler, Florence 3hipi), Jennie Miller,
Mabel Gardiner, La urine Stow,
Doiiai Morley, Margaret Rlngle.
Kathryn Bron, Laura Arpke,
Carrie Bartholomew, Elizabeth
Sketfis, Laura. Barnard, Avis
Hicks, Eulena Bales, Pearl Ralph,
Blanche Garrett. Alma McWhor
ter,:;Evelyu Entrees, Mrs. Payne,
Lollt! Sanders, Myra Shanks, Mrs.
P. F. KiKan, Myra Dotson and
Bertha Bergman. -
The national president. Miss
Hazel 4. llilcy expects to be in
Salem, for a short while on" her
wayto California this week.
Miss Ldu Thompson is enter
taining with a beach house party
at the Thompson beareu house at
?owin this week end. Those
, Motoring over for this party are
Mi Charlotte Zieber,- Miss Euge
a .Zieber, Mlss Winifred Byrd.
arid Miss Mabel Robertson. Miss
Thompson has been at the beach
for the last, two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs! Sheldon Sackctt
and. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller
of McMinnville, will spend the
week-end at Nskowin.
ocial Codes Speak
And Mighty Heads
. Are Bent
- The knees of society must get tired and trembly with the
continu6us bending to the demands of "correct procedure."
The smaller demands of our own little world seem grave to
many, and to those with plenty of humor and many interests
highly amusing, yet what the "little worlds" experience is
mere child's play to the price paid by those who swim in the
great waters of diplomatic society.
. ly For instance Mrs. Gann started something recently when
she' demanded recognition ajs official hostess to her brother,
Vice President Curtis. She turned the spotlight of public
curiosity on the most anaalingly rigid and intricate social
system in the western, world. The absurd situations which
official Washington must face almostvdaIlyin settling prob
lems of rank, seniority, seating. natiQpementi and other de
tails at its social functions are
brought out graphically by'
Chief Justice Taft can nev
er meet a foreign ambassador
at dinner, because social tra
dition ranks them as equals
and there is no way of decid
ing which ahonld ait at the' host
Congressmen are not of equal
rank, They are seated accord
insits their length of service. If
ttro, began their terms at the
same' time, he whose state was
admitted first is siren prece-deoeok-,
, . ' "
Among congress members from
the original 13 states precedence
may, be a matter of five mlmttea.
Their; states were admitted prac
tically simultaneously, bat the
delegates were sworn In a few
mlnates apart. And the Waah
insloa - hostess mast know how
those minute were'divldeU, --.-A
- member of the official set
Tth& '-'' z ? - ' J - H ;
A recital 'tea marked the close
of the advanced work of the stu
dents of Frank E. Churchill at the
Churchill residence etudio Friday
The recital numbers made an
interesting evening for the guests
gathered. Miss Luclle Cummings
assisted with the program.
Miss Yvonne Smith and Miss
Zelnia Luthy assisted Mrs. Chur
chill at the tea table following the
The program as it was present
Faust Waltz" Gounod
Lorraine Hogg. Lois Plummer
Olive Shurtr, Pearl Osterman
"Danse of the Delphs" ....Debussy
"Regrets of the Princess Satie
Kamcnnol Ostrow Rubinstein
Violin Solo "Song Without
Lois Plummer, Olive Shurtz
"Polonaise Militaire" Chopin
Lorraine Hogg, Pearl Osterman
"Feux Follets" (Fireflies)
, Lois Plummer
Vocal Solo .."Poor Man's Garden"
"C Sharp Minor Prelude"
"G Minor Concerto" -
First Piano Lorraine Hogg;
second piano, Lois Plummer.
Mrs. Ted Gordon
Mrs. Ted Gordon entertained
Wednesday evedlng at her home
on the Jefferson road, in honor
of Miss Pearl Scott and Mi3S
Ruth How who left Thursday
morning for the east, and Miss
Etta Westenhouse who will, leave
Sunday for Eugene where she will
attend the University of Oregon
during the summer.
Guest3 present were members
of the Liberty Dramatic club of
which Mrs. Gordon is the director.
Miss Lucy Lewis, college librar
ian of the Oregon State college,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Sp.-ague, Thursday night. She was
in Salem especially to attend the
production "The Derert Song."
does-not dare call on a cabinet
member's wife, -on any day bat
Wednesday, nor on the wife of
a foreign diplomat except on Fri
day. Guests are- not only seated at
dinner according to rank, bat
they must depart, in OTder. The
honor guest must always leave
first. To leave? before him, even
if you have -an, argent engage
ment. Is to Tlolate the code.
How seriously Intelligent peo
ple regard these Innumerable
rales is shown not only by the
Gann case bat by many others.
Admiral a'hd Mrs. Dewey once left
a White House dinner In digni
fied dudgeon because she felt that
she had not been accorded her
proper place. A supreme court
JusUee has done the same. And
a senator's wife left a luncheon
because an ex-senator's wife wis
given the place to the right of the
hostess. And all this in the name
of serious, intelligent civilization!
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A group of Salem musicians
will appear on the Portland pro
gram of Miss Minetta Magers
which will be presented at the
Little Theater, Studio Building,
Portland, Monday night.
Elvida Rizzo, soprano, accom
panied by Miss Dorothy Walton,
Portland, will be heard in a well
selected group of songs. Miss Riz
zo is of Italian parentage, and
has that musical heritage com
mon to Italians the love of good
music, and a very rich quality
of tone. She has been studying
for the last three years.
Miss Mildred Roberts, charming
young violinist, student of Will
iam Wallace Graham, will assist
Jlisg Rizzo. Miss Roberts will be
accompanied by Carl Wenger. The
Schuberts of Salem and the Nevin
club of Portland will also assist.
Since the joint concert of these
two groups m Portland last June,
there have been many requests
that they appear again, and they
have been especially asked to ap
pear on this program Monday
Two numbers appearing on this
program, "My Love Rode By,"
and "The Little House," are com
positions by Evelyn Calbreath,
now of Portland, but formerly of
The following program will be
La Serenata ..t... Tosti
Un bel di Vedremo "Madame
"De puis le jour" Louise
Wynken, Blynken and Nod
(4-hand accompaniment) Nevin
Nevin Octette and Schuberts
Dawn Awakes Braine
The Answer Terry
My Love Rode By . . Calbreath
The Little House Calbreath
Morning Serenade Edwards
Homing Del Riego
(Obligato Solo Miss Rizzo)
Caretta Siciliana Gretscher
Schuberts and Kevin Octette
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. LIttlefield of
North Winter street have had as
their house guests this past week.
Mrs. M. A. Shoemaker of Hood
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"JITTSS IDA MacCUAIG who 1c. a visit in Canada and
ItX who will attend the Nurses' international convention
in Montreal from Juy 8 to 13.
TVflHS. FRANK PbWER now visiting; in Pennsylvania, ac
JLvJL companied by her daughter Florence.
"VTRS. HAROLD HUGHES, chairman of the finance com
JLyX mittee for the Salem Hunt -club, and member of the
prize committee for the Hunt
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Salem Society Attends
The H unt Club
Bridge parties and afternoon teas, professions and busi
ness found themselves shelved firmly and joyously Sat
urday afternoon and in their place their devotees placed the
Salem Hunt club's first matinee races. The finish out on the
tracks of the .state fairground was brilliant and jaunty with
sports clothes and outdoor enthusiasm, doing homage to the
joy of horses and the exhilaration of racing. Sunburn backs
and floppy hats, shiny riding boots, swanky trousers and
white shirts, business suits and easy sports togs flashed in
and about the 20 horses which made up the Hunt club's string
shown and rode on the tracks Saturday afternoon.
Enthusiasm rode high. Cheering was as genuine as
could be found on any track, be it giving footing to the best
Judge 0. P. Coshow, C. A.
Sprague and Lars Bergsvick
judged the result of each race
with the same discretion and
tense attention as though
thousands depended upon the
results, and the waiting crowd
may"gay applause for the win
winers. Those who took part In the
races -were Julia Crech, lima Bo
lander, Marjorie Moir, Doris
Loveland, Ruby Drager, Mildred
Pugh. Vivian Eiker, R. Griffith,
Eugenia Zieber, Charlotte Zieber,
Mrs. Lewis Griffith, Werner
Brown, Chandler Brown, Stanley
Price, Claude Martin, Gordon
Hadley, A. C. Eoff, Rich Reiman.
R. E. Kittredge. Lee Coe, Eddie
Tanner, and Anur Stolp.
In the Junior race the only girl
entering. Miss Julia Creech, came
in first by almost a length, fol
lowed by Werner Brown, and
The ladies trotting event was
rather difficult as the mounts
preferred running to trotting and
were almost in control of the sit
uation. However there was some
Statesman 15c Practical Pattern
Old fashioned ginghams have
taken first place among the cot
tons this season, and nothing is
smarter .thaaTtoday's frock made
of plaid gingham and white or
gandie. The collar is detachable.
too, so that the frock may be
worn with a scarf if one wishes.
Note th eshlrred waistline that
Is returning to norma) again. Oth
er suitable fabrics for Design
171C are dimity, georgette, taffe
ta and .printed organdie.
May be obtained only In slses
14, 16, 18 and 20.
Size 14 requires yards of
3S inch material and 14 yards
This model Is essy to make. No
dressmaking experience Is neces
sary. Each pattern comes to yb
with simple and exact Instruc
tions, including yardage for er
ery slse. A perfect fit Is guar
anteed. : i-
' Patterns will be delivered .npon
receipt of fifteen cents (18e) .In
colas carefuly wrapped or stamps.
Be snre .to write plainly , yonr
name, address, style number and
size wanted; r -r -
-.Oar latest, fashion book 'will
be sent npon receipt of ten cents
in coin." 'Address all mail and
orders to Statesman Pattern De
partment. 243 West 17tn' street
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club races on Saturday.
good horsemanship shown to take
care of the recalcitrant horses.
Miss Ruth Griffith led in this
event, with Miss Irma Bolander
second, and Miss Marjorie Moir
The ladies dash was beautiful.
The horses came down the field
In thrUling formation " and the
riding showed Rome very fine
work. Miss Mildred Pugh came
in first by a half length, followed
by Miss Ruby Drager and Mrs.
Lewis Griffith third.
The "potato race" added a bit
of fun to the afternoon. This was
run by Miss Charlotte Zieber,
Gordon Hadley, and A. C. Eoff.
Mr. Hadley came in first and in
cidentally demonstrated some
very clever handling of his horse.
A. C. Eoff was second and Miss.
In the green races Miss Ruby
Drager and R. E Kittredge came
In first. Miss Irma Bolander and
Rich Reiman, second, and Miss
Eugenia Zieber, and Miss Ruth
There were three entrants In
the relay race. A. C. Eoff's string
of horses came in first, followed
by Rich Relman's group and the
R. E. Kittredge string came in
In the derby, the final event.
Eddie Tanner on A. C. Eoff's
dainty racer, "Betty" came in
first. Rich Reiman, second and
Mrs. Lewis Griffith third.
440 State St
; Served from
1 1 a.m. to & p.m.
Gray BeHe.now under man
agement. f John Bkkely
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SB m' . '.-.v-'A,
Is Gay Affair
Little Miss1 Evangeline Millard'
celebrated her 12th birthday Sat
urday afternoon witfi a lawn party
for which her mother, Mrs. E. B.
Millard was hostess. Games and
fun spent the first part of the af
ternoon which was concluded
with a birthday tea served at a
long table under a spreading tree.
The table was centered with a
gorgeous square birthday cake
bearing 12 lighted candles. On
either end of the table was a get
basket of roses. Pink tapers added
the finishing note of beauty to the
Guests for this afternoon were
the honor guest, Evangeline Mil
lard and Evelyn Berger, Helen
Weldmer, Maxlne McKlllop, Mary
Jane Adams. Ruth Kellogg, Doro
thy Kibbe, Dorothy Jayes, Thelma
Jayes, Lorna Grant, June Director
and Anita Savage.
SILVERTON:Miss Dorothy Had
ley, home economics instructor in
the senior hlgn school during the
past year, was married in Kelso,
Tuesday to George Campbell, Port-
lana insurance man. Mr. Campbell
is one of the executives in the Mas?
sachusetts company. They will
make their future home In Port
Mrs. W. J. Minklewitz was call
ed to Tusca, Washington, Friday
because of the sudden illness of a
In patent leather, dull
black kid, polar blue kid,
lido sapd kid.
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1 Ml .raii.
Mrs. E. Millard is
RS. E. B. MILLARD enter
tained with two tables of
bridge for her daughter Mi3s
Lola Millard, Friday afternoon.
Miss Millard will leave this morn
ing for Berkeley, California, where
she will attend summer school.
Pink and white rose. were used
about the rooms, and the tea tabic
was centered with pink tapers and
a bowl of pink rose buds.
Honors for the afternoon of
cards went to Mrs. Charles Swan,
and Miss Beryl Holt.
Guests were the honor guest.
Miss Lola Millard, and Miss Fran
ces Hodge, Miss Lillian Davis. Miss
Beryl Marsters, Mrs. Charles
Swan, Mrs. George Reynolds, Mrs.
Gardner Knapp, and Miss Flor
The Willing Workers class . of
the First Christian church will
have a picnic at Hager'g' Grova
Tuesday afternoon with a 6:S0
o'clock potluck dinner for the hus
bands and families. Those going
out for the afternoon will meet at
the church at 2:30 o'clock. There
will be cars at the church at 6:00
o'clock to take those out who
want to leave at that time.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durbln Sr.,
are week-end guests at Neskowln.
with "Walking' Heel
BAGS . . . HOSIERY
for all occasions .
C A iIiMg St-f"Salaa.OfCT
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Bridge Parties Are
RS. J. E. Fitzgerald enter
tained in her home at 825
Belmont street with two
delightful parties, Thursday and
Bowls of roses and delphinium
were arranged about the living
Those present Thursday were
Mrs. Earl Gilbert, Mrs. Ellsworth
Ricketts. Mrs. Glenn Gregg. Mrs.
R. W. Fitzgerald, Mrs. E. C. Charl
ton, Mrs. Miles McKey. Mrs. Le
land Smtih. Mrs. B. D. Bedee, Mrs.
C. A. Swope, Mrs. Sterling Smith,
Mrs. Douglas McKay, Mrs. Carl T.
Pope, Mrs. A. F. Hayes.
Mrs. Sterling Smith' won the
first prise for high honors and
Mrs. Glenn Gregg high score.
Those present Friday were Mrs.
L M. Doughton, Mrs. Edwin Arm
strong, Mrs. Newell Williams, Mrs.
Carl Emmons, Mrs. Oscar Olson.
Mrs. George Nelson, Mrs. Earl
Paulsen, Mrs. H. L. Stiff, Mrs. L.
R. Chambers, Mrs. Heed Row
land. Mrs. W. W. Woodruff. Mrs.
L. E. Barrick, Mrs. A. F. Hajes,
Mrs. Roy E. Follls, Mrs. C. A.
Swope, and Mrs. K. W. Fitzgerald.
Mrs. George Nelson received the
first .prize and Mrs. Carl Emmons
At the tea hour Mrs. Fitzgerald
was assisted by Mrs. A. F. Hayes
and Mrs. K. W. Fitzgerald.
Dr. Ford Warner
Is Dinner Hostess
Dr. Est el la Ford Warner pn
terntained Friday night in hon
or of Miss Anita Dowell, director
of health education In the normal
school of Towson, Maryland, and
now In Salem for six weeks. The
evening began with a 6:30 o'clok
d inner and concluded with several
hours of social conversation.
Guests for this evening were
Miss Anita' Dowerf, Miss Agnp
Campbell, Miss Mary Elliott, Miss
Beatrice Walton, Miss Carlotta
Crowley, Mrs. J. Scott Milne, of
Portland. Mrs. Sarah Green and
Mrs. E. T. Ford.
Joy Turner Moses
Joy Turner Moses will have her
violin and piano recitals Wednes
day and Friday, June 26 and 28 at
the First Evangelical church.
Wednesday evening the advanced
students will be presented and on
Friday, the intermediate and Dun
ning pupils will appear.
A feature of the Wednesday
program will be a number played
on two pianos and a violin trio
played by three young men.
Miss Joan Evans, vocalist, will
assist on the' Friday night pro-gram.