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( .PAGE SEC . Hit 02EG0N STATESMAN Salcn. Oregon, Thnrsday Morning, January 9, 1930
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Mrs. L. Campbell
Is Installed as
Hanna Rosa court, order of the
Amaranth, opened at 8 o'clock
for Its regular business session
Wednesday night to be followed
at 9 o'clock wHn the beautiful
uncrowning eeremony of the roy
al matron Mrs. Minnie Protzman.
which was the first step In the
Impressive installation services
installing the 1930 officers head
ed by Mrs. l. P. Campbell as roy
Officers who conducted the
ceremony were J. B. Crary, retir
ing worthy patron, Mrs. W. P.
Ellis, installing marshal, and T.
A. Raffety. aid to the marshal.
Mrs. Don Pritchett was the crown
bearer, and Mistress Barbara
Jean Crawford, and Barbara
Hathaway were the dainty little
flower girls. Mrs. Jessie Follls
was the presiding matron during
the uncrowning ceremony.
Others to assist in the un
crowning ceremonies were Mrs.
Margaret Montgomery, Mrs. Car
rie Chase, Mrs. W. M. Bushey.
Mrs. Or. P. Hoff. Mrs. L. P. Camp
bell, and Mrs. T. A. Rafrety.
Mrs. Minnie Protzman, retir
ing royal matron, was the crown
ing matron. One of the most im
pressive and beautiful parts of
the ceremony was the awe-Inspiring
arch of steel formed by sis
sir knights and auxiliary work of
six assisting flower girl?.
Officers installed were: Mrs.
L. P. Campbell, as royal matron;
Jay B. Hewitt, as royal patron;
Mrs. T. A. Raffety, associate ma
tron; W. P. EHis, associate pa
tron; Mrs. Jay B. Hewitt, con
ductorj Mr?. G. E. Terwilliger, as
sociate conductor: Mrs. J. Burton
Crary,. secretary; L. P. Campbell,
treasurer; E. F. Halik, chairman
trustee; Mrs. J. B. Protzman,
tsustee for three years; Mrs. Les
ter Huffstader, musician; Mr?.
Carrie Cbase, prelate; Mrs. Jessie
Follis, hiftorian; Mrs. Ira Darby,
Eiarshall in the west; Miss Helen
Campbell, marshall in the east:
Mrs. Robert Crawford, standard
bearer; Mrs. R. Lee Wood, Truth:
Mis. F. E. Mercer, Charity; Mrs.
Lloyd Warner, Faith; Mrs. E. B.
Gabriel, Wisdom; H. B. Glaisyer,
warden, and N. P. Rasmussen,
Following the installation a
social hour as enjoyed in the
dining room of the temple where
refreshments were served under
the arrangement of Mrs. Ell
Hathaway- and Robert Crawford.
Dancing and a merry time was
enjoyed until a late hour.
Independence. Woman's club
met at the Baptist church Tues
day afternoon at 2:30. An inter
esting and entertaining talk was
given by Miss Arbuthnot of Ore
gon State Normal. She spoke
mainly of Russia, it3 people and
the country. Her talk was illus
trated with slides. Mrs. R. M.
Walker and Mrs. Williams served
Long sleeves are quite desir
able for little tots when days are
cold. This cunning model is un
usually simple: inverted pleats
give ample fullness, a front open
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ear y. There is a becoming round
ed collar that fits closely about
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News and Club
Olive M. Doak,
HEIRESS NOW BRIDE
star. as they
started for a
V ?" -v-
Mary Alice V arring
Wed in South
Word has- reached Salem of the
recent marriage of Mary Alice
Warring, daughter of D. L. War
ring, well known Salem girl, to
Thomas Chalmers Vint in Los An
geles. Mrs. Vint at one time at
tended the senior high school in
Salem and later made her home
with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Warring
in Grants Pass and graduated
from high school there.
At the time of her marriage
she was completing one of several
very successful years of acting as
secretary to first the hoard of
managers for Crater Lake park
and then for that of Yellowstone
park this pat year.
Mr. Vint is a landscape archi
tect in the service of the national
kparks of America. Mr. and Mrs.
Vint plan to make their home in
California after a trip to Hono
lulu has been complctedf
Dallas Club Elects
DALLAS The Dallas branch of
the Needlework Guild of America
held the meeting for election of
officers to serve for the next two
years, in the library hail Monday,
January 6. Election as follows:
Mrs. B. F. Preston, president;
Mrs. Earl Schultz, first vice pres
ident; Mrs. Ray Boydston, second
vice president; Mrs. W. L. Pem-
i bertou, secretary; Mrs. J. R. All
j good, treasurer; Mrs. E. A. Ilain
; ilton was elected as a director to
I serve from the Rickreall district;
' and it is exported that some one
will be selected to represent the
Falls City district.
At J. Campbell Home
SILVERTOX One of the unus
ual social evenings rpent at the
close of the holiday season was
the dinner at which J. A. Camp
bell was host at his home to local
members of the Sigma Chi fra
ternity. Mrs. II. I'ritzloff of Nanna.
who has been a housegucst at the ,
Mrs. Campbell In serving.
Christmas decorations were
used in the dining rooms and place
cards bore the emblem of the Sis
ma Chi fraternity. Michigan. Wis
consin, California and Oregon
universities and Oregon State col
lege were represented.
a Guests at the diuner were H.
Prltzloff, Jake Worley, Eigar
Wright man, John urry and Dick
One of the many installations
of the present days .was that held
by the Tythian sisters, Centralia
temple No. 11, held Tuesday ev
ening at the Fraternal temple.
Maggie Knighton acted as instal
Officers to be installed were
Frances Greenwood, post chief;
Mary Aplin, most excellent chief;
Norma Terwilliger, excellent sen
ior; Azzel Hixon, excellent jun
ior; Lettie Hanson, manager; Ka
therlne Driscoll, protector; May
the Burke, guard.
Mary Pugh and Susie Tarmcn
tor were the assistants to the in
Woodburn. The Woodburn
Woman's club will hold its Janu
ary meeting Thursday instead of
the first Wednesday as usual be
cause the regular date fell on New
Mrs. Evan C. Beers is the lead
er of the program and Rer. John
T. Myers will give an interesting
talk on Indian curios. Special In
dian music will be given by Mrs.
Jack Hanson, Rer. V. D. Bain and
Miss Ruth Geer. The final report
of the club's recent production,
"The Madcap Queen," will be giv
en at this meeting.
The hostesses for the meeting
will be Mesdames E. J. Allen, Paul
Mill, Elburn T. Sims, Mayme
Cochran, and H. L. Gill.
SILVERTON Silverton friends
hare received announcements of
the engagement of Miss Blanche
Jones to Louis Waldon Ballam.
The wedding will be an event cf
this spring. Miss Jones is a former..!
Silverton teacher but Is now head
dietician at the Immanuel hospital
Thursday club one o'clock
luncheon, Elks temple.
North Salem W. C. T. U.,
Mr3. Hannah Richard. 2256
North Church street 1:00
o'clock. Members urged to be
Willing Workers' class of
First Christian church, 2:30
o'clock with Mrs. J. C. Perry,
83 5 North Summer street. In
stallation of officers.
Kensington club with Mrs.
F. S. Annnsen, 110 North
Capitol street, 2:30 o'clock.
Golden Hour club, 1:00
o'clock luncheon, Mrs. E. B.
Milliar, 1819 D street.
W. R. C, all-day meeting
at the fairgrounds. "No host"
luncheon at 12 o'clock. Elec-
Hon of officers. All members
Woman's Benefit associa
tion. Fraternal temple, 7:30
o'clock. Very important all of
ficers and members present.
Daughters of Union veter
ans, public installation, Wom
an's clubhouse, 8 o'clock.
Rrush College Grange
meeting, men to serve the
Vv isteria club, "hard
times' affair, f'astillian hall.
Mrs. Russell Catlin hostess
to o. T. club at her home,
13 09 Chemekcta street.
Saiom Heights Woman's
club, community hall. 2:00
o'clock. Prof. J. T. Matthews
Woman's Missionary socie
ty of the First Bapt'st chnrch,
Mrs. K. J. Ayers, 215 Cottage
street. 2:30 o'clock.
Marion county coBcil Par
ents and Teachers, Leslie jun
ior high school, all day meet
ing beginning 10:30 o'clock.
Salem Woman's club, board
meeting, 2 o'clock and club
meeting at 2:30 o'clock.
Tuesday Club Guests
() Mrs. Max HofeT
Mrs. Max Hofer was hostess at
her home in Dunthorpe to mem
bers of the Tuesday club Tuesday
afternoon. Special guests from
Portland were Mrs. Allen Bynon
and Mrs. Vivian Dent.
Special guests from Salem
were Mrs. E. V. McMahan and
Mrn. Kate Bell. Club members
from Salem who motored down
were Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Jr., Mrs.
W. Connell Dyer, Mrs. Harry
Hawkins, Mrs. Fritx Slade. Mrs.
Trince Byrd. Mrs. John II. Car
son, Mrs. Frank Spears, Mrs
Keith Powell of Woodburn, and
Mrs. Arthur Rabn.
One of the nappy aTfairs of tho
past holidays just past was the
6 o'clock dinner given by Homer
Goulet, Jr., for a group of his
friends at the country home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Goulet. The dinner was planned
in special complement to Homer
Smith, Jr., George Beechler, Clay
ton Jones, Ivan Kafoury, Robert
Need ham. Tommy Liyesley, and
Charles Kay Bishop all of whom
were home from school for the hol
idays. Other guests were 'David
Eyre, Lawrence Siegmund, "Wil
liam Bell, William Dyer, James
Emmett, Kean Wain, Edwin
Cross, and Homer Goulet, Jr.
BROOKS Mrs. Raymond
Blanton, Jr., entertained the
Brooks Ladies' Aid society at her
home near Hazel Green, recently,
with an all day session. Mrs.
Monroe Ward, president conduct
ed the business meeting, and the
day was -spent quilting, and In
A pot-luck dinner was served at
noon. The election of officers
was held and all ot the old offi
cers were re-elected. Those pres
ent were: Mrs. Wayne Gibson,
Mrs. C A. Bailey, Mrs. Monroe
Ward, Mrs. O. L. Bailey, Mrs.
James Sims, Mrs. Sylvester Har
ris. Mrs. John Lesher, Mrs. John
Dunlavy, Mrs. A. J. Wenger, Miss
Ina Lesher, Mrs. A. F. Harris,
Miss Edna Lesher, and the host
ess, Mrs. Raymond Blanton, Jr.
The next meeting of the Aid
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Archie Bailey and will be an all
day meeting with pot-luck dinner.
Mrs. Sam Laughlin
Is Made Club
Mrs. Sam Laughlin was made
president of the Salem Daughters
ot the Nile elub at its all-day
meeting at the Masonic temple
Wednesday. Other officers elect
ed were Mrs. Bert Flack, vice pre
sident and Mrs. David Wright, secretary-treasurer.
Mrs. M. C. Petteys will head
the sewing committee for the
year and was alao made chairman
of the committee on arrange
ments for the card party which
is to be an event of the near fu
ture. A "no host" luncheon was serv
ed at 12 o'clock and the afternoon
was. spent with sewing for the
Afternoon Tea Is
Members of the Foreign Mis
sionary society of the First Meth
odist church enjoyed an attrac
tive tea meeting at the church
parlors Wednesday afternoon.
The first part of the afternoon
was spent in the regular business
and program hours. The treas
urers report given showed 86
paid-up memberships and 359 in
the treasury. Mf. Benjamin
Blatchford had charge of the les
son taken from the study book
"Jerusalem to Jerusalem" and
was assisted by Mrs. Nellie Rhae
and Mrs. John Robins.
Special music was delightfully
given by Mrs. Fred Fargo accom
panied by Mrs. Clifton Mudd.
Mrs. U. G. Boyer had general
charge of the afternoon assisted
by Mrs. Benjamin Blatchford,
Mfs. B. E. Carrier, Mrs. Fred
Legge, Mrs. A. A. Siewert. Mrs.
Nellie Rhae, Mrs. B. T. Kumler,
Mrs. Harry Scott, Mrs. Shade,
Mrs. John Robins, Mrs. F. H. Ber
ger and Mrs. George Eyre.
Tea was served from daintily
appointed, holly decked tables at
a late bour. .
DALLAS Members of the
Delphian society met at the home
of the secretary, Mrs. Roy Dona
hue, Monday afternoon, January
6. The study covered some of the
early English writers. The next
few lessons will be given over to
a study of Shakespeare and some
of his plays. Members present
were: Mrs. J. C. Uglow, Mrs. H.
M. Wrebb, Mrs. Oscar Hayter, Mrs.
P. J. Walton, Mrs. H, S. Pinker
ton and Mrs. Ivan Warner, and
the hostess. The next meeting will
be January 20, at the home of
An all-day meeting of the mem
bers of the Woman's Relief corps,
will be held at the fairgrounds
today. There will be an election
of officers and it is especially re
quested that all members be
present to assist with this impor
tant business. A potluck dinner
will be served at 12 o'clock.
n the afternoon,
this pleasant refreshment. Tea of
the finest flavor at a most reason
Mrs. F. A. Legge
Members of the Standard Bear
ers society of the First Metho
dist church were the Monday eve
ning guests of Mrs. F. A. Legge.
Mrs. Legge was assisted in re
ceiving and serving by Miss Es
ther Cooke and Miss Marie Lip-
At the conclusion of the bus
iness cession Miss Lina Heist
gave a brief resume of the activ
ities of the recent meeting of the
national couYentirA of the Wom
an's Foreign Missionary society
at Cleveland. Ohio, this fall.
The evening was concluded
with a pleasant social hour and
refreshments served by the hos
tess and Miss Cooke and Miss
Lippold. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. M. C. Find ley and
will have Japan as the topic for
C. F. Breithaupts
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Breithaupt
entertained with a wild duck din
ner at their home Tuesday eve
ning. Covers were placed for
eight around at attractively ar
ranged dinner table centered with
a colorful birdseye pepper.
Guests were Miss Dorothy Anne
Gordon, Miss Alvina Breithaupt,
Miss Mary Clanfield, Miss Helen
Breithaupt, Miss Velleda Ohmart,
Miss Irene Breithaupt, and Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. BreihaupU
Association to Meet
There i3 to be an important
meeting of the members of the
Woman's Benefit association at
Fraternal temple this evening at
7:30 o'clock and it Is the earnest
request that all officers and mem
bers be present for this meeting.
Plans are to be made for the
coming installation of officers. It
is the plan now to hold the instal
lation January 23.
SCOTTS MILLS A surprise
birthday party was given in hon
or of James Cully at his home
Saturday evening. The evening
was spent in playing games after
which a delicious lunch was
served. Two birthday cakes with
lighted candles were cut. One for
J. II. Kinser whose birthday was
Those Invited were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. O.
W. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. II. S.
Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Millard
and son Homer, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Schmaltz, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Korb and daughter Leon a, Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Hogg, Mr. and
Mr3. Louie Schaechar, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Shepherd, John Sem
olke, Marie, Casino and Bernard,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wellman, Mr.
and Mrs. John Tlas and daughter,
Mrs. Dorotha Speaker of Salem,
Emily Magee and Mr. and Mrs.
J. II. Kinser.
Many members of St. Taul's
Episcopal church were cuests at
the home of Mrs. Frank Spears
and Mrs. Russell Catlin Wednes
day afternoon for the regular
meeting. Mrs. DeLisle, president
of the guild, gave the annual re
port and Mrs. Lloyd presented
the treasurers report. Tea was
served by Mrs. Spears and Mrs.
Catlin at the close of the after
noon. telfeve fafmiio with
TWINS OF THE
T i,v .ft?"
These accomplished twin sisters, Lillian (left) and Ruth Cork, were
two of the ahininr light of the Middle Atlantic Outdoor Amateur
Speed Skating Championships held at Newburgh, N. Yn on New
Year's Day under the auspices of the Newburgh Skating Association.
Lillian and Ruth took first and second places respectively in the
440-yard intermediate championship.
SILVERTON Mrs. Ole Satern'
was hostess to a group of friends
at her home at North Water street
Tuesday afternoon. At the close
of a pleasant social afternoon
lunch was served. Mrs. Satern was
assisted in serving by her daugh
ter, Mrs. Victor Madsen, and by
Miss Lillie Madsen.
Guests for the afternoon includ
ed Mrs. H. L. Foss, Mrs. H. Ridem,
Mrs. P. N. Jacobsen, Mrs. O. S.
Hauge, Mrs. M. J. Madsen, Mrs.
Marie Goplerud, Mrs. Albert Sath
er, Mrs. Madsen and Miss Madsen.
GERVAIS Gervais Rebekahs
have made plans for the Joint in
stallation with the Odd Fellows
on the evening of January 2. Mrs.
Jessie Coomler, district deputy
and an assisting staff will be the
Officers to be Installed are Al
ta Foren, noble grand;. Dilly Bliv
en, vice grand; Lillian Shaner,
secretary, and Mary Sawyer,
treasurer. A program will be giv
en after the Installation ot offi
cers and supper will be served at
the el'ose of the program.
Prof. J. T. Matthews of Wil
lamette university will speak to
members of the Salem Heights
woman's club at its regular
meeting Friday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock in the community hall.
He will discuss his recent trip to
if head ia stuffed with mucua and yoa
have a cold, step up to the nearest drug
counter and aik for Hill's. loone-third
the usual time, pleasantly, and aaielv.
it checks cold 3 ways at once... I: Opens
bowels without griping ... 2: decks
fever ... 3: Tone, system, restores pep.
Don t weep, take Hill s . . - Good for
the whole family."
When a corporation wishes to build a factory . . . when a city
constructs a new subway . . . whenever a large undertaking
of that nature is planned, the first step is almost invariably
a request for bids on the work. This practice Of competitive
bidding has saved millions of dollars. It assures the city or
corporation of getting the best value for every dollar spent.
The same system can be applied to your own buying. And
you can save a proportionate amount of money." How? Simply
by consulting the advertising pages of tfiia paper!
When you find yourself in need of a vacuum cleaner, a re
frigerator, a pair of shoes, a new suit anything don't rush'
out and buy the first one offered you. Exercise the power of
selection that the advertisements give you. Read about each
one what it will do, who makes it, what it costs. Then, when
you find the one that best suits your needs and pocketbook,
buy it! In this way you'll be spending your money wisely.
You'll know what you're getting and how much it costs
before you buy it.
By LEOLA ALLARD
The girls are springing new
evening shoes, and have you seen
them? Sandal effect with a sole
and ribbons and gay strips to
hold the soles to the feet. The
pink toes wiggle under extreme
ly thin silk stockings. Tb4y have
an old world look that makes you
wonder when they will abandon
the stockings, I think it won't be
What a poor drab result of an
earnest effort Cleopatra was!
Aside fcpm the fact that she rode
in a barge, draped with silk and
strands of flowers, our girls cer
tainly would make her ashamed
Of course Cleo and her pals did
the best they could with what
they had in those days. If there
had been any more, those gals
would have gotten it.
The next move will be bare
feet and painted nails. Then
ankle bracelets. After that who
Speaking of trimmings, I saw
a girl last night, whose back
looked like an airplane view of
Colorado. The entire back of her
gown cut away. I counted her
Ak any druggist
rOf the red DOX Of
Every advertisement is the bid of
some merchant forlorn- trade; consider
them carefully before baying
SLIVERTO.V, Jan. S R. F.
Larson & Son have completed th
remodelling of the house they re
cently purchased on North Sec
ond street and are now open tat
business. The place was remod
elled to serve as an undertaking
establishment and Is modern in
every way. The interior is so ar
ranged that the chapel, mourners
and singers rooms are all separ
ate. Mr. Larson with his family
came to Silverton from Kansas,
two years ago. He has had 23
years ot experience as an under
taker in Kansas. His son, Ralph,
will be his partner in business.
Ralph owned and manager a va
riety store at Hollywood in Sa
lem for several months after he
first came west.
Turn to the classified advertis
ing page of The Statesman for
Portland radio programs.
vertebrae,, each and every on
apart. It looked as if her beads
had slipped under her skin, some
how. Some of the girls will have to
coax the fat down from their
heads Into their spines if they
are going to wear them that low,
and also stop drinking grape Juico
because there isn't any way to in
duce fruit Juices to go ONLY to
Don't you think, sometimes,
when you look us over, dears that
we are, all dressed up and lov
able, that there must have been
two of something on the Ark that
bibliographers never found out
(If you do, write me.)
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