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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, May 4, 1930
ociety News and Club Affairs
Series of Parties
ONE of the brilliant series of
parties of the spring season
has been that which iras
conducted by Mrs. "Walter SpauU
dine and Mrs. Rot Mills Thursday
and which included luncheons,
brilge teas and card evenings at
th-3 home of Mrs. Spaulding.
Assisting the hostesses with
thes parties were Mrs. W. H. Dar
by. Mrs. Ray Hartman. Mrs. Lab-
an Steeves, Mrs. George R. Vehrs.
Mrs. Leonard Nelson. Mrs. Paul
V. Johnson, Mrs. K. K..Piasecki.
Mrs. Lewi3 Griffith. Mrs. Charles
Siricklin. Mrs. Arthur Wallace
an l Miss Caroyl Braden.
Mrs. Howard H. Hyiser. Mrs.
Rjy Hartman. Mrs. C. H. Robert
?rn Mrs.- Howard Tilate. Mrs. Jer-
ali Backstrand, Mrs. W. II. Dan-
cy. Mrs. Harry Willett. Miss Viv
ian Eiker, and Mrs. Ralph Hamil
t.in were awarded prizes for high
sco rp? during the series of card
The complete guest list for this
r.ri-s included the Mesdames:
". S. Hamilton
OUVE M. Doak, Society Editor
('. H. Robertson
S I". Kimball
J .! -1 T. Rand
T A M.-Briile
-!; IKirliin, Sr
'I" '. ;; i Kay
II !n..r Smith
Mireirt IFirffie Don Roberts
K Spaulding t.ardner Kii.tpp
ijeurcp K. riirs
l itv Worth
V. S.ritt Page
J. C. P. RTV
W. I. Nwilliam
V. V. Br., k
If. J. Wieilmer
Guy O. Smilli
J .I t, M Nary
J- A Klliott
K P. Boise
I :.i:i$l.i McKay
J i - !c Klliott
J !.- Younc
i 1". Johnson
H .vjrti Blake
1 t i.I Brees
W II Dancy
V. B. Fleming
I la s Minto
R. II. Downing
V. C. Cross
W. H. Darby
S. J. Bu)ler
F. G. Myers
Backstrand Sterling Smith
. ue:in1 Smith
E. J. H.xig of
Clay C. Miller of
W. Wells Baum
P. L. Qnlsenlw-rry
W. J. Rouliton
-John CaiiRbell. Jr.
of Ralph Hamilton
I1IUUUIU . -
li G. Spaulding or vv alter j. KirK
V.'bcrr Wallace Carson
n.-i, A t t Z ,reB. MiiS Myrtle Smith, MUs Irene
rlCliy IX l l d 1 1 0 Breithaopt, Miss PaoUne Welch.
ilpza PAi Defta
MAY DAY weekend was & time
for much entertaining at
the various sorority houses
of Willamette university campus.
Among the most busy of the
group was the Alpha Phi Alpha
Friday night the sorority annu
al "fireside," supper was made a
delightful affair with many of the
alumnae and all the present mem
bership present. Tne rooms were
decorated in flowers carrying out
the colors of the sorority. During
the course of the supper tiny
cards were passed about to the
guests and upon investigation
announcement was made known
of the approaching marriage of
Miss Velleda Ohmart. member of
the house to Paul Allen, the mar-,
riage to take place the first week
Saturday night the sorority en
Joyed a delightful banquet at the
Spa. The tables were attractive
ly arranged with flowers in the
house colors, lavender and pel-low.
Miss Dorothy Gordon presided
a3 toastmistress. Toasts were giv
en by Miss Helen Sales. Miss Eli
zabeth Ogdon, and Miss Marjorie
"Guests for the "fireside" party
Friday night were the Misses:
RS. ROY V. OHMART enter
tained in compliment to her
daughter. Miss Velleda Ohm-
art, Thursday evening, u the first
of a series of three parties to tell
the approaching date of the mar
riage of Miss Ohmart to Paul W.
Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Allen, the first week in June,
the exact date not being definitely
Guests for this evening were the
Misses Peart Scott. Mildred Zosel,
Ruth Dougherty. Dorothy Judd,
Etta Westenhouse, Lola Dasch,
Mable Wolfe. Florence Wolfe.
Frances Wolfe. Lillian Garnjobst,
Louise Allen, Florence Berndt,
Mary Berdnt, Ellen Xeuen3. Flo
rian Hrubetz, Dorothy Browning,
I.ela Fox, Mesdames Lowell Kue
bler, Harold Zosel, John Kuebler,
Raphael Bettenconrt, Albert
Dougherty, Wilbur Falloon of
Portland, formerly Golda Adams
Mrs. Ohmart was again hostess
for an informal party Friday eve-
! nine in comDliment to Miss Ohm
art at which time the coming wed
I ding was anrfbunced to Mrs. Lucile
j Fid'.er, Mrs. Harmon Garrett. Mrs.
i Conrad Beach, Miss Rosalie Bu-
Mrs. Evelyn Hebel. Miss Ruth Sto
ver. Miss Mary Ericksotf, Miss La
Vini airgy. Miss Loretta Var
ley. Miss Margaret Leavenworth.
Miss Elaine Chapin, Miss Bernice
Mulvey, and Miss Margaret Hogg.
The third affair at which the
announcement was made was at
the charmine annual fireside sup-
Mrs. Ada Gibler
Mrs. Ada Gibler was hostess
Friday afternoon to a number of
her friends in compliment to her
birthday and that of her cousin.
Mrs. Adaline Caibreath of Mon
mouth, who it now her house
The guest rooms were beautl
fullv lrrsnni) In a urofusion of
lovely spring flower.s The after-
per given by the Alpha Phi Alpha noon wa3 pleasantly spent in con
his daughter. Mrs. Orrllle Thom
as the first of the week. He also
visited W. T. Hogg, an old friend
who he hadn't seen for about 30
Mr. and Mrs". Glenn Hayttes an
small son are visiting Mrs.
Haines' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Cole, at Winsor, Oregon
Little Jean Dixon is confined at
home with tonsilitis.
sorority of which Miss Ohmart i3
a member, Friday night.
Garden Club Will
Elect Officers i
A question box will be the fea
ture of the Salem garden clab
meeting on Monday evening at the
rhamhpr of commerce rooms, ac
cording to Frank A. Doerf ler, pres
ident or tne ciud.
There will te a business meet
ing and election of officers on
Monday. Members are urged to be
present as plans for the first an
nual flower show, which will be
held at the armory on June 7 and
S will be discussed.
Members and visitors will be j
givea an opportunity to ask qnes- j
tions in regard 10 garuen culture
and planning and they will be ;
answered by Miss Elizabeth Lord.!
Miss Edith Schreiber and Ernest I
versatlon and music. Luncheon
was served by th hostess assist
ed by Mrs. Caibreath,
Those present were Mrs. Ada
line Caibreath, Mrs. C. J. Rams
den. Miss Ruth Van Patten. Mrs.
A. M. Thompson, Mrs. D. H. Mc
Kenzie, and Mrs. Gibler.
Mrs. C. W. Boeschen has as
her house guests Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Wikidal of Lcgan, Montana.
Mr. Wikidal is a brother of Mrs.
Boeschen. He and Mrs. Wikidal
have frequently visited in Salem.
Just now they are returning from
an extended trip in Hawaii. They
will spend the summer visiting
and traveling in the northwest.
SCOTTS MILLS. May 3
George- Conner of Albany visited
We give you the double
service of Optometrist
and practical optician at
Let us examine your
Mrs. John Orr, newly elected regent of the Daughters of iw Breithanpi
the American nevoiution.
T .m Galloway
i: It Kennedy
1- X Beechler
h .vni'Mir Jones
A V. N'orblad
' A. Sprague
S i a Laughlin
J M. Doughton
J :!; Orr
V. K. Bragg
II .1. B"an
I ml V. Johnson
W. .v Downs
W. L, Phillips
lb-Is i r Pierce
David Bennett Hill
'eoree A. White
T. K. Rile3
Roy Keene i
E. K. Piase ki
A. N. Jarnian
rlst j John Grifritii
I., ',i.i St'eevia Frank Spears
K.-.viu Smith The Misses:
r. ; Sanford Zoe St.xkton
j i Humphries Dorothy Livesley
V." J Buelck Mary Schultz
li'iirv J. Willett Kathryn Hartley
Il- ry V. Compton Vivian ElUer
II L Stiff Dorothea Steusloff
l; '-j tit Duncan Caroyl Braden
Woodburn Mrs. John Muir n
irtiiiipd at a eift shower In hon
or of Mra. V. D. Bain and Mrs.
Roaaid Burnett at her home on
The evening was pleasantly
tp?nt in sewing and conversation
at the coaclusion of which Mrs.
Muir served dainty refreshments,
agisted by Mrs. L. S. Mochel, Mrs.
Mabel Bollard and Mrs. Daven
port. Those present were Mrs. V. D.
Baiu and Mra. Rnald Burnett, the
honor guests and Mesdames
a m . n r
ar Mothers rerrect
Carnation Day Plans
Mrs. A. A. Lee, president of the
Salem chapter No. 1 of) the Am
erican War Mothers, and general
chairman of the national carna
tion day sale which will begin May
10. announces that 14 stations
have been selected by Mrs. Carrie
Beechler as chairman of her com
mittee, from which carnations
will be sold. These stations are
Hollywood: Pade's Grocery; Sen
ator hotel; post office: Mutual
Savings and Loan; Southern Pac
ific office on Liberty 6treet;
Skiff office: Cross market; Ham
ilton's furniture store; "White
House restaurant: Xeimeyer Drug
store; Boock's furniture store ana
the public market.
The following War Mothers will
serve in these stations; the mesdames;
J. G. Reigelman
in Salem. Mrs. H. R. White
troop leader, with Mrs. G.
Sherman as assistant.
A troop of 25 girls Is now work
ing and plans are to increase the
number of troops as rapidly as
trained leaders and facilities can
The local troop will make Us
first public appearance at the
Salem armory Saturday evening.
Mav 10. when the eirls will give
two of their drills and sing scout
bov scout will act
Klien Jean Moody
Mab'.e Flatt Kafourj
Marjorie O Dell
snoclal e nests at tne Aipna rm
Alpha house for the weekend were
Mrs. William Gauntlets ana me
r.r,. p,n4h,i Htiel Newboate
Krelyn Zink Maricaret rom
ta . v. f..nAtiidM.rv rura
lflliwuj " " ' w " i
Kuth Warnke tieatior miiHrmi
Th Wnman'a Foreign Mission
rv snrietv of the Jason Lee Meth
odist church will have a silver tea
an miiA box nnenine at the Home
songs, a ooy acout win act. as -
i i u. i. rnv- .1.1. Vnrih 5ih street. Wednesday ait
. .... .... , I .5ft nVlork. Mrs. V
wuo nae eaiueu lucn unn uiu- - r T
... , .. , I ix' I'LoHa iflr and Mrs. V . Li
rorms win appear in tneui wniie - vu.. ----- -
the newer members of the troop Lewis wm he tne assisting uti
will antlear In ramn linllorm.
From Sun to Sun . . . NELLY DONS
iome Wear, Beach. Active or
ectator Spcrts, Business, Shopping
M irv Rim
W. S. Jtlder
F. A. Krixson
KliXiibeth Dleffen-Matilda Nadon
Minnie Humphreys Laura ieorKe
R issel Catlin
I. L. Patterson
Mary E. Wallin
Mary K Watson
Mrs. Fred Hester and Mrs.
Charles Standish delightfully en
tertained at bridge Thursday af
ternoon, at the home of Mrs. Stan
dish. The guest rooms were attract
ively arranged with tulips and
Three tables of bridge was in
play during the afternoon. Hon
ers were won by Mrs. Henry
Wolfe and Mrs. Roy Shelton.
Dainty refreshments were served
after cards by. the hostess.
Those enjoying the afternoon
were Mrs. Bert Smith. Mrs. Joe
Beck, Mrs. Roy Sheltoa. Mrs. O.
L. Scott, Mrs. Max Gunter, Mrs.
E. A. Donnelly, Mrs. William
Rioss. Mrs. Ernest Fredrickson.
Mrs TTenrr Wnlfd Mrs V. D. Ga
briel, Mrs. Heater and Mrs. Stand
I. a. Mochel
l; la. Oalfi
Jt. k Hanaoa
K.v O. Wolf
It '-: Waahbnrn
Tlia Thursday clnb members
were guests at the home of Mrs.
Hollis Huntington with Mrs. Hunt
lugtini and Mra. Lawrence Wood
......i. haatesfes Thursday.
Bridge was played following
luncheon with high "core held by
iin Gua Hixson as guest ana Mrs.
t n aniaenberrr as club mem-
i,r Vtnoeiai euests for the after
n.'mn wera Mn Frank Spears, Mrs.
Wavne Loder. Mrs. Roy Keene,
Mr. Rrcl Kar. Mrs. Arthur
Rahn. Mra. H. G. Maiaon, and Mra.
Girl Scouts Will Aid
Music Week Program
Salem Girl Scouts, aponsorea
jointly by the American Legion
auxiliary ana tne Business
Professional Women s ciud, are
nrncressincr raDidlv in the work
rvf nrraniiallntl. according tO MrS.
. ' n . . -
r- a charman enairman oi iub
VJ . " - .
nnmmttteA in rharce.
k traininr school IOr SCOUl
Icsdpra will be conducted In Sa
lm nn Mar 7. 8. and 9 with Miss
tarv McFertuson of Portland
aa instructor. Miss Fergusoa as
lnil Alrai-tnr nt aCnUt Work IB
vninr meetincrs of the train'
ing school will be held in the
Presbvterian church and are open
to th public. It is hoped that
many will take advantage of the
opportunity to attend these meet
ings and learn of the work of the
A Joint committee from the
n.iliar and the B. P. W. C. is
directing the work of the scouts
Old Fashioned Chocolates
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BERT W. MACY
Republican Candidate for
JUSTICE OF THE
FeirlKa and imnartial Admiais
trait Ion of Justice and nforce-
ment f tile law. A IMtlte of
Marion ronntr. 41 vearn ia Saiem
18 years prmctice in tbe comrtsw
f 'Itv AttorneT of Salrm. ltl-
9ri. Pd. Adv.
These chdrraing prints re exclusive with Nelly Don, and even
the silks can be tubbed an important point in hot weather.
The styles are delightfully feminine featutins the new sil
houette with its hisher waistline and longer flared sicirts,
yet retain that youthful simplicity which Is so flattering.
Embroidered dotted Swiss m posi
tively fast colors. Lace collar and
cuffs Princess line. Four
Sheer beAfrta, fine diatities and Dooettn
prints, la lovely colorful designs. As
due and GarcJutty adc as ppeniwt
Gey, swagger trouser ooshaaes (or
happy outdoor hour. Son beck linen or
broadcloth overalls, and nautical effects
of plain or coin dot shanturtf.
For any but dec atost foraaei wear.Linena
wtshablc 1k crepe, hhos, critp dot
tod swiss, exquhitciy iKecr voiles wkk
atpes, boiaroi, and fUrea.
nAverness and Eloauence
Promised The MayBorn
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The name Conde, stands for
all that is new and smart in
coats. See the New Models on
New Shipments of
Shopping for dresses ia al
ways interesting at the Fash
ionette. So many new frowns
are received nearly every day
that one seldom sees the same
nix mat realise
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Qvaea Mary oC
EagUad to an -tramaty
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Klaa Bdvmrd. dJaajUTajraJ Ue Xaat
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MBovsat ta Qaeeaw Ufa
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lortlas a paraoa's f aaUnga,
The aoaamia te u earw
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tte Sowar la Ue hawthonu Am a
tailamaata atona the emerald waa
hlchly regarded try the Max! ef the
Ifjuie Acea who claimed thast It
helped taeo to foreteU event. It
hevamiaa known aa the Oen et la-
taiuoa. ajtd also enjoyed a repata-
ttoa for Ittsplrin eiooaeaea.
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