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The OREGON STATESMAN, Satan, Oregon, Thursday Bloraing, June 5, 1930
Society News and Club Affairs
Olive II. Doak, Society Editor
Mrs. A. A. Siewert
Mrs. Albert A. Siewert has been
recent hostess for two affairs in
compliment to Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Hewitt who will leave Saturday
for New York city and South
- Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Sie
wert entertained in compliment
with a bridge tea in compliment
tft Mrs. Hewitt. At the tea hour
the hostess was assisted by Mrs.
Guy Smith and Mrs. C. A. Spra
gae. Invited guests for this affair
were Mrs. Hewitt, Mrs. Harry
Belt. Mra. Sam Laughlin, Mrs.
Walter Pennington, Mrs. C. F.
Giese. Mrs. Guy Smith. Mrs. C. A.
Sprague. Mrs. Walter Minler.
Mrs. B. . Sisaon. Mrs. J. D. Fo
ley, Mrs. W. E. Hanson, Mrs. Lee
Unruh, Mrs. E. B. Milliard. Mrs.
Janres "Heltiel, Mrs.' A. A.
Schramm, Mrs. E. R. Heise.
Mr. and Mrs. Siewert were
hosts for a dinner the past week
in compliment to Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Hewitt and Dr. and Mrs. J.
Ray Pemberton. Dr. and Mrs.
Pemberton left Wednesday for a
two m'onths tour of the east by
motor. Covers were placed for this
dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt,
Dr. and Mrs. J. Ray Pemberton,
Mr. E. R. Heise, Ronald Hewitt,
Allan and Bess Siewert. Rachel
apd Mary Esther Pemberton.
. The evening following the din
ner was given over to music fur
lhd by the young folk of the
Summer Camp Plan
By Camp Fire Girls
Extensive plans are being
made by the Camp Fire members,
and their guardians for the sum
mer and camp activities.
The Klahanee Camp Fire group
will have a meeting Thursday at
the home if its guardian, Mrs. W.
J. Mlnkiewitz. Block printing
work will be discussed and a sym
bol for the group will be cho
sen. " The Otakuye group met Mon
day and presented their assistant
guardian. Miss Edith Clement,
wirh a beautiful gift in appreci
ation for her work with them.
Those who serve as assistant
guardian for one year In the Camp
Fire work gives the rank of Torch
Bearer, and Miss Clement will
tak this rank at the summer
camp which will be held at Camp
Marjorie Schomaker won the
prize on the observation . hike
which closed the activities of the
Otakuye group until fall.
Most of the Camp Fire groups
will continue meetings during the
B. & P. W. Club Plans
Elaborate plans are being made
for the first biannual Pacific re
gional conference of Business and
Professional Women's clubs which
will be held at Seaside, June 13,
14 and 15.
Eleven members of the Salem
club have signified their inten
tion of attending the convention
and it is hoped that others will
decide to go. All who will go are
ske.I to notify Mrs. Susan Varty
or Mrs. Madalene Callin as soon
Mrs. Frank Lilburn presented
I group of her students at the
Congregational church, Monday
evening before a large audience.
The work presented made an at
tractive and accomplished pro- i
gram of piano numbers profes
sionally played by the small stu
dents. Those presented were Barbara
Collier, George Alexander, Louise
H3yes, Virginia Gilbert, Ruth An
tinsen, Charles Ward, Barbara
Scott. Jean Hoss, Donald Scott.
Phillip McKinley. Gladys Craw
ford. Donald Ward. Eleanor Sher
The wee tots of Mrs. Mulkev's
kindergarten will give a recital
Friday evening at 7:45 o'chock in
t.e auditorium of the Nelson
building. The program will be a
demonstration of the work cov
ered by the kindergarten during
the school year and will include
eurhythmies, action songs and
gamesdances and individual pi
ano numbers. There will also be
a display of the handwork done
by the kindergarten. Those taking
part are Fenton Ford. Jimmie
Tryon. Allan Richardson, Velma
Weinstein, Maxlne Smalley. Phyl
lis Ford. Janet Halik. David Ber
ber, Donnie McAllister, Beverly
Boydston. Kathlene Hillman. Pat
ty Murphy, Virginia Rider. Donna
Louise Mars, Dickie Purvine, An
Woman's Relief Corps members
re requested to be present for the
regular meeting to be held. Sat
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock in
Millers hall. It is important that
11 be present because at this
time it must be decided who of
the delegates will be able to at
tend the W. R. C. Convention to
be held in Eugene June 23-24-25-2
Thursday, June 5
Woman's Benefit association, evening card party,
Salem Woman's clubhouse.
Zonta organization. Mrs, Ruby Morris, dinner meet
ing; business and social hoars following.
Raphaterian club, Mrs. ' H. S. Glle hostess at her
borne on Liberty road; election of officers.
Chapter G. of the P. E. O. sisterhood, one o'clock
luncheon guests of Mrs. H. S. Hughes, 94S E street.
Commencement exercises, Oregon school for blind,
school chapel, 8 o'clock, address to.be made by Carl G,
Doney. Public invited.
Friday, June 6
Rhythmical kindergarten demonstration, auditorium
of Nelson hall, 8 o'clock. Open to public.
First Spiritualist church, circle at George Stoddard
home. 1420 North Fourth street, 8 o'clock.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary, United Spanish War Veter
ans, will meet, 2 o'clock, armory.
Saturday, June 7
Brush College annual ''Home coming" picnic, all
day at Brush College school,
Mrs. Seymour Jones, hostess to Daughters of Amer
ican Revolution, at her country home.
Little Light Bearers party, 2:20 o'clock, First
Woman's Relief Corps, 2 o'clock, Miller's hall. All
members requested to be present -
Helen Jean Newman
Is Birthday Guest
Mrs. T. B. Newman of Fair-
mount avenue entertained In com
pllment to the fifth birthday of
her young daughter, little Miss
Helen Jean Newman Wednesday
afternoon at the Newman home
Mrs. Newman was assisted by
Mrs. C. C. Foreman.
After an afternoon of games
and a merry time the young guests
and Miss Helen Jean were seated
at a large table centered with a
glorious birthday cake adorned
with pink candles, and a low bas
ket of pink rosebuds on either
side of which stood tall pink ta
pers In crystal holders.
Guests for the afternoon were
Helen Jean, and Marylin Wyatt.
Phyllis Ford. Betty Simmons,
Mary Jane Simmons, Dorothy En-
glebart, and Arthur Englebart.
Mrs. J. W. Keys
Mrs. J. W. Keys entertained
the members of the Pringle Pleas
ant Point Social club in her home
Thursday. This was the last meet
ing of the season. Luncheon was
served at noon. In the afternoon
the members and guests were en
tertained by a circus troupe.
Members present were Mrs.
George Adams, Mrs. Charles
Crabenhorst, Mrs. J. W. Yates,
Mrs. L. W. Potter, Mrs. J. N. Rob
ertson, Mrs. Rue Drager, Mrs. J.
M. Coburn, Mrs. W. H. Graben
horst, Mrs. C. T. Jones, Mrs. E. G.
Clark, Mrs. W. H. Propst, Miss
Grace Robertson. Mrs. Harry
Wechter, Mrs. W. M. Coburn, Mrs.
Homer Harrison, Mrs. O. E.
Meeks. Mrs. O. T. Sealey, Miss
Margaret Jones and Mrs. J. W.
Guests present were Mrs. KJm
ple, Mrs. George Guerne, Mrs.
Costello, Mrs. McCarroIl, Mrs.
Stuck. L. w. Porter, Harry
Wechter. E. G. Clark, J. W. Yates,
J. W. Keys, Mary Alice Jones,
George Clark Warne and Anthony
Mum, Bobby Ann Crabenhorst.
Bouf fet Supper
An attractive event of this
weekend was the bouffet supper
for which Mrs. E. E. Gilbert en
tertained In compliment to her
daughter, Miss Evelyn Hartung,
who will be a bride of June 16.
Following the supper hour the
evening was aDent in musir and
The guests were Miss Evelyn
Hartung, honor guest, and - Ber
tha Babcock, Margaret Bdlt, Betty-Mae
Hartuner. Lillian Rmtt.
Helene Price, Beatrice Hartung,
Gurnea Flesher. Rmra Qna Hi
ding. Wendell Gilbert. Ernest
Knapp, and Mrs. Gilbert.
Card and Dance
Party to Be Given
Members of the St. VI
Paul's society will be hostesses
for a card and dancing party Fri
day evening at th hall. Th ni
be the last of this series of par
ties wnich nave been a gay note of
activity for many folk during the
The committee on arrange
ments Is Mrs. A. E. Wickert. Mrs.
C L. Hampshire, Mrs. E. A. Pru-
i. Mrs. v. woouruir, Mrs. Art
.Loders. Mrs. F. L Hiihpr. .nrl
Mrs. J. Mahula.
Mrs. John Clifford
Mr. and Mrs. John Clifford en
tertained with dinner followed
with an evening of bridge at their
home Wednesday evening In com
pliment to Mr, and Mrs. R. R.
Hewitt, who will leave Saturday
by motor for New York City from
which port they will sail for an
extended tour of South America
during the summer months. They
expect to feturn to Salem this fall
shortly before school opens in
WDlamette university where Mr.
Hewitt Is dean of the Willamette
On this tour the Hewitts will
go by steamer through tha Pan
ama canal to Santiago. Chile, and
from there they will crss over the
Andes mountains to the east
coast of the continent and return
by way of the Bermudas.
The dinner table at the Clif
ford home Wednesday night was
centered with huge red" roses
gracefully arranged in a low bowl.
Covers were placed for Dean and
Mrs. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Sey
mour Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. E
Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Spra
gue and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford.
The evening hours following
dlaner were spent in bridge.
The certificates of honor giv
en by the Oregon Federation of
Woman's clubs as a result of the
art contest entered by a group of
Salem grade school children dur
ing the recent convention in Sa
lem, were presented Wednesday
by Mrs. Clifton Mudd, Marion
county art chairman, and Mrs. U.
G. Shipley, a member of the
The award came as a result of
naming 25 pictures and giving the
name of the artists in 69 seconds
time. First place was tied, Vir
ginia Martin, Garfield, and Eu
nice Johnson, Grant, each taking
first place. The other winners
were Jean Moir, Highland; Bar
bara Young. Washington; Rowe
na Upjohn, Lincoln; Betty Sim
mons, McKinley; Irene Warren,
This contest was sponsored by
the third district of the federation
of which Mrs. F. G. Fargo is pre
sident, and with which Mrs. E. P.
Mossman, state chairman of art
work, has cooperated.
Mrs. Fargo, Mrs. Clifton Mudd,
Mrs. U. G. Shipley, of the Wo
man's club, and Miss Ruth Brau
tl and Mrs. Ella Hathaway of the
Salem Arts League are planning
on working out a Joint art project
to further similar contests this
coming winter season, as the one
for which awards were Just made.
In doing this, art work will be
stimulated in all the schools of
both towns and the country
schools. It Is expected that much
will be accomplished in this man
ner. Members of Hal Hibbard auxil
iary. United Spanish War veter
ans will meet Friday at the ar
mory at 2 o'clock.
By ROBERTA LEE
O. Should nni mo vlf. -
the table to cut lettuce?
A. No; salads are eaten with
the help of the fork only. If It
Is necessary to cut the lettuce, use
the edge of the erk.
Q. What is the birthstone for
A. Pearl, moonstone, or agate.
Q. What is one of tie tint
thin53 a child should be taught?
S ' A. Tersonal cleanliness.
Extra Fine Summer
Sizes 14 to 48
Dept. Store H
la taw West
Regular values to
HEWITTS TO LEAVE
At least SO perple. Including
possibly two from Salem, will
leave New York City July 4 tor an
extensive trip throughout the
South American continent under
the leadership of Dean Roy R.
Hewitt of the Willamette school
of law. Dean and Mrs. Hewitt
will leave Salem Saturday, June
14 for the east to Join the cruise.
Hewitt will act as supervisor
and instructor during the cruise
which is similar to the Oriental
trips sponsored, by Upton Close,
noted world traveler. Close him
self will lead three cruises to the
Orient this summer.
The steamship on which the
group sails will leave New York
July 4. for Santiago, Chile, via the
Panama canal. An overland trip
to the east coast will be taken
and the trip to New York again
will be by boat from Bitzil. The
voyage will last about five weeks,
and during that time most of the
continent Will be covered, it is
LAD SHOWS SPEED
Cameron Butte, 10 year Old boy
of route 2, 'West Salem, is the
first lad to sell his allotment of
tickets for the benefit show to
help finance Improvements for the
boys summer camp at Oceanside.
Following the kickoff meeting
of the boys at the "Y" Tuesday
night. Cameron went out and sold
his tickets by noon the next day
Members of the St. Agnes Guild
of St. Paul's Episcopal church met
at the home of Miss Ellen Thiel
sen for the regular monthly meet
ing Thursday night.
Hostesses for the evening were
Miss Sarah Lansing. Miss Helen
Louis Crosby, and Miss Louis Wil
liamson. A kitchen shower was an
event of the evening and was
given in compliment to Miss Ger
trude Williams who is a bride
elect for the latter part of June.
Announcements are being re
ceived by Salem folk of the mar
riage of Mary Alice Gill, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Suth
erland Gill, to John Archibald Is
aac Jr., Tuesday, June 17, the
Church of Transfiguration In Bal
timore, Maryland. Mr. Gill was
rector of St. Paul's Episcopal for
Prof, and Mrs. J. H. Batcheller
of Oregon State college, Corvallis,
were luncheon guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Clifford, Wednesday.
Oregon Grape camp. Royal
Neighbors of American will not
meet Monday as scheduled.
and won a prize of 11.00 for the
first to report a sale of 100 per
The boys are doing their bit to
sell tickets for the performance of
"All Qnlet on the Western Front"
at the Fox EJalnore Jane 18. They
receive half on the tickets they
sell and the money goes to im
prove the campsite at Oceanside
donated by Rosenberg brothers
for summer camps for boys.
Cameron Is one of the boys
who plans on going to the camp
this summer. Other boys hare re
ported in with good sales too.
The committee In charge of the
camp which is under direction
of the Salem Y. M. C. A., is anx
ious to raise a thousand dollars
for improving the grounds and
providing the necessary equip
ment for the camp. The invest
ment is to be of a permanent
State Tax Board
The state tax commission was
reorganized here Wednesday
through the re-election of John
Carkin as secretary. Carkin will
continue at the head of the in
tangibles and excise tax division
of the department.
Earl Fisher will continue in
charge of the utilities division,
while C. V. Galloway will have
charge of the assessment equalizations.
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The wonderful product, known
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It never varies from the oiiginal
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years of practice, and proved safe
and reliable for men, women and
children. It is made from herbs
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is pleasant-tasting, and can form
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