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Tbe Royal Neighbor lodge met
In regular session Monday. Arter
a short business meeting a pro
gram and miscellaneous shower
was given honoring four recent
brides. Mrs. Katherine Parson
Lichty. Mr?. N'adine Long, Mrs.
Lucille Hoisington. Mrs. Mae, j
A miniature wedding was giv- ;
u by the juveniles. After the j
ceremony,' Oracle Frances Hoyt
Introduced the wedding party, j
The bride. Anna Hoyt; the groom. !
Kldon McCully; the maid of hon-j
er, Ruth Walker; the best man,
llaurice Walker; flower girls. ;
Barbara F.ottss and Marjorie Pe- ,
terson; bridesmaids Betty Jean j
Fersons, Lucille Corbin, Lois ,
Hoyt and Phyllis Walker; ring j
bearer. Frances Aline Hoyt; min- !
ister. Dorothy McCully.
The little folks were dressed
In frocks of pastel shades of pink,
blue and orchid. The bride was
lovely in silver and white as was
the tiny ring bearer. The maid
of houor wore pastel green. The
groom and best man were attired
In conventional black.
Doris Corbin favored with in
Ftrumental and vocal numbers.
Betty Jean Persons, accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Helen Par
sons, gave a vocal number, as did
Lucille Corbin. accompanied by
her sister, Doris Corbin.
Marjorie Peterson and Laura
Cheney gave readings.. ' Barbara
Walker accompanied by Lucy
Klein gave several violin num
ber. j The distiict deputy, Mrs. Sarah
Feterson. was called upon for a
few remarks, extended the con
gratulations of the camp to the
four honor brides. After the pro
gram the party led by the four
brides marched to the dining
room where lunch was served.
The luncheon tables were beau
tifully decorated with late fall
flowers and a lovely big brides
cake. A clever idea for the
shower was worked out with a
garden umbrella for tbecenter
piece and a table for each of
the bride's gifts arranged around
Those enjoying the evening be
tides the honor guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hoyt, Mr. and
Mrs. Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. Cash
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
fiunn, Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Speed,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Punzel, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Walker, Mrs. Eli
zabeth Coates, Mrs. Mary John
son, Mrs. Mary Ackerman. Mrs.
Ollie Sample, Mrs. ouisa Spauld
1ng, Mrs. Laura Macklfn, Miss
Virginia Ahalt. Mr. Many Aplin.
Mrs. Vivian Ellis. Mrs. Edna
Bhepard, Mrs. Minnie Nelson.
Mrs. Frances Mahula, Mrs. Sarah
Peterson. Mrs. Elizabeth Cheney,
Mrs. Ida McCully, Mrs. Azzle Hix
son, Mrs. Laverna Fiala, Mrs. Su
sie E. Parmenter, Mrs. Myrtle
Henderson, Mrs. Daisy B. Evans,
Miss Laura Cheney, Miss Ger
trude Cheney. Mrs. Anna Lewis.
Mrs. Zola Peterson, Mrs. Cather
ine Botts. Mrs. Helen Persons,
Mrs. Julia Blodgett, Miss Mildred
Abbott. Mrs. R. Wadsworth, Miss
Doris Corbin. Mrs. Hazel Elliott,
Mrs. Sarah Harter, Mrs. Rose Ab
bott,. Mr. Hicks. Mr. Wright. Mr.
Stover. Mr. James and -Mr. Wal
Mrs. Leon W. Gleason w
Hostess for a luncheon followed :
by bridge at three tables Friday, i
n"i weie wemners er tne r rl
ay bridge club.
Miss Mary Schultz who has
been Bpenin her vacation in San
Francisco, is now back in Salem
Wednesday, October 8
Woman's Home Missionary society, Leslie church,
1 o'clock. Mrs. John Bartel.-on, llo West Lefelle street.
Mrs. I.. (V McShane vr be assistant hostess.
Ladies Guild of Anieric.fn Lutheran church. 2 00
'clock, church parlors.
First Presbyterian church. 2:30 o'clock, prayer
meeting r.m of church. Mrs. Gordon to speak on ex
periences in Sheldon Jackson school in Sitka.
Daughter's of Nile, all day meeting; covered dish
luncheon at noon.
-South Section of Woman's Union, FirM Congrcga
tional cliurch. Mis. ItiiPiei .1. Fry. Sr.. 60fi South High
Executive Board of L;ides Aid society. First Meth
odist chircli. church parlors. 2 t'clock: every circle
president uii-ed to be present.
Thursday . October 9
Lad'ts auxiliary Patriarch Militant, regular meet
ing. I. o. O. F. hall. S o'clock.
Reception for Salem Heights grade school staff. 8
o'clock, in school house: women of Salem Heights hos
tesses. Willing Workeis class, of First Christian church,
Mrs B. V.". Macy. 4 14 Nonh ISth street. 2 o'clock.
West W.ay club, of W. B. A. Mrs. Thomas Maple
thoip. South l!2nd street, all club and lodge mem
North Sal?m W. C. T. 1T., Or. Emma Rogers. 2345
North Chur h street: 2:H) o'clock.
Friday, October 10
Daughters of Veterans, S o'clock. Woman's club
house on Cottage street, regular meeting.
Wisteria dancing club. Cailillian hall. First dance
Reception for Dr. and Mrs. (5 1 over C. Rirtchet. new
pastor of First Pieshyterian church, beginning at :00
o'clock; church members and friends invited.
Salem Heights community chih. community club
house. 8 o'clock.
Ship of Joy reception. Jason Lee church, f o'clock,
for all Willamette freshman.
One o'clock covered dish dinner. South Salem divi
rion. First Presbyterian church, in church parlors. Old
members and new folk of church invHed to be present.
Woman's Home Missionary 'society. First Baptist
church, Mrs. C. H. McCulIah. 325 Mission street. 2:30
Salem Woman's club: board meeting. 2 o'clock;
business meeting 2:3 o'clock; program, 3 o'eleck.-Prof.
Morton E. Peck, speaker. I Tv--'
Saturday, October 11 1
"Open House' at Ronald Jones home eenjU
ruent to golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Jones;
hours 4 o'clock until 8 o'clock. " . '
News and Club
:OfivB M. DoAK,
Arthur Witcomb, first cornetist and assistaU leader j
hi the United States Marine band which vjill nlail here, Octo '.
ber 13, is shown above in a
pectation is being stirred by the appearance of this superb
musical organization which so seldom leaves its home in
Washinton, D. C. There is to be both a matinee and evening
performance of the band at the horse show partition at the
state fairgrounds. The concerts are being sponsored by the
Lions's club of Salem. ,
Mrs. E. S. Prather
Turner. Mrs. E. S. Prather
entertained a group of friends
from 8 to 10 o'clock Saturday
evening, for the pleasure of her
friend. Mrs. Medelle Eves, who
has recently returned from a
year's stay in Honolulu.
Mrs. Eves showed descriptive
pictures of the islands and told
very entertainingly of the life
and manners of the Hawaiian
people. Games formed a diver
sion for the evening's entertain
ment. Refreshments were served at
the close ol a ery pleasant eve
ning. Those present were Mrs.
D. S. Riches, Mrs. Clifford Ens
ley. Mrs. J. McKinny. Mrs. T.
Whitehead. Mrs. V. S. Talbot,
Mrs. L. C. Ball. Mrs E. Ball.
Mrs. W. S. BnrRoyne. Mrs E. C.
Bear, Mrs. D. B. Parks, Mrs.
Xeal Edwards. Mrs. Madeile
Eves, and the hostess. Mrs. E.
Middle Grove. Rev. H. R.
Scheuerman and family, Birney,
Cecil, Opal and Milton, of Sa
lem, attended birthday surprise
given at the W. H. Scharf home
Sunday. In honor of the birth-
.,, IV rv
w; fT. gcharf
The table was made beautifnl
with two huge cakes, one with
pink and one with green candles.
Immediately following the din
ner the party motored to Turner
to attend the Marion county
Christian Endeavor convention.
pose With his cornet. Much ex-
Hubbard Folk are
Hubbard. A delightful event
was the celebration honoring
Mrs. Mary Ryan and her daugh
ter. Mrs. R. V. Parrott, on their
birthday anniversaries at the
home of the former in Butteville
Sunday. Many friends and rela
tives called during the day to ex
Mrs. Ryan is a sister of Mrs.
James Platz of Hubbard and of
Mrs. Clara Case of Donald, also
an aunt of Mrs. George Knight
The guest group' included Mrs.
Ryan and Mrs. Parrott, the
guests of honor, William Ryan
and daughter. Miss Billie Ryan,
Mrs . Ida Yergen. Mrs. Glena
Yergen, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mat
thlew, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Scheurer, Mrs Nona Yergen,
Mrs. Grace Ryan. Mrs. Jennie
McConnell and Mrs. Cora Win
kle, Butteville; Mr. and Mrs.
(Jeorge Knight and Mr. and Mrs.
James Piatz. Hubbard; John Fel
ler. Mrs. Clara Case. Harold
Case, and Mr. and Mrs. James
Ryan, Donald; Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Shad. Mr. and Mrs. Epper
ry, Mrs. L. S. Taylor. Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Wright. Charles
Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lee,
Miss Madge Taylor, Dr. and Irs.
Charles C. Calavan and Miss
Jennie Calavan, Portland; Mrs.
Joyce Madden, Los Angeles,
Cal.; and Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Emmet, and Joe Scheurer, Hills
boro. Wood burn Miss Hazel Jack
was complimented with a delight
ful wedding shower at her home
Saturadj afternoon. Before the
shower gifts were presented pia
no selections were given by Mrs.
Lowell Davenport, and little Max
ine Case; a vocal selection by Phyl
lis Koenig. and readings by Phyl
lis Koenig and Lois Seely complet
ed the program.
The gifts were presented small
Keith Koenig and Shirley Seely,
dressed as bride and groom. The
happy afternoon closed with a re
freshment hour. About 65 guests
called during the afternoon.
Make dresses look new!
DIAMOND DYES are easy .to
use: go on smoothly and evenly;
make dresses, drapes, lingerie
look NEW. Never a trace of that
re-dyed look when Diamond Dyes
are used. Just true, even, new
colors that hold their own through
Highest Quality -for SO Year
Those of you who were
here Saturday might
whisper to your neighbor
Plenty of bargains for
everyone. . 0
OREGON STATESMAN. Satem. Oregon, Wednesday Morning, October 8, 1930
Miss Pauline Jtanson enter-;
tained in compliment, to Miss :
Macyl Hunter, bride elect for Oc
tober 19. at the Johnson home
Monday night. A bridge evening
followed by a kitchen shower in
compliment to the bride made
an unusually attractive social
The guest rooms of the John
son home were beautifully ar
ranged with autumn leaves and
..nil... Amtcirm, II i itU r. . r f;iT
j rnu 1, viaijro. infill " imc iui j . .
the evening was won by Mrs. At- j Active
min Berger and the guest prize j Therf has ben on foot for
went to Miss Hunter. At a late soniP time in Salem at enthu
hour Miss Johnson assisted by i sjasti- organization for junior
her mother. Mrs. Clyde Johnson, i symphony orchestra. Various
served supper, and Miss Hunter
was presented with her m':iny
Guests for this affair
Miss Hunter, the honor
and Miss Charlotte Marti
Wilma Coursey. XTis Laura
WTright, Miss Ruth Skinner. Miss
Gladys Miller. Miss Dona Hailen,
Miss Ruth Gill, Miss Rita Clag
gett, Mrs. Armin Berger, Mrs.
Burton Myers. Mrs. R. C. Hunt
er, Mrs. Ralph Kinzer, Miss
June Jackson, Miss Mildred Sex
auir. Salem Heights
Salem Heights The Woman's
club of Salem-Heights met Fri
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at- the
community hall, with Mrs. BeTIe
Douglas, president, in the chair.
Reports were heard on the cook
f00j sai6 which was held last
week, on the canned fruits, which
this club sends to the children's J
iarm flouie at ioryaiiiis. i
The following were appointed
delegates to the Marion county
federation of Women's clubs to
be held at Hubbard October 17:
Mrs. Belle Douglas, Mrs. Eliza
beth Bohrnstedt, Mrs. Stella Cald
well, Mrs. Myra Sawyer and Mrs.
Mrs. Fordyce Fargo gave a very
interesting talk on the District
Federation of Clubs, explaining
the various features and extended
a cordial Invitation to the club to
attend the institute to be held In
Salem November 14. Mrs. Wei( -mer
was also a guest and gave
greetings from the Salem Wom
Following the business session,
Mrs. Ruth Chapman took charge
of the program. Miss Josephine
Alberts, soloists, accompanied by
Miss Doris Corbin gave two num
bers and Miss Elma Nell gave two
Mrs. Ivan Martin of Salem ex
plained the various issues and
measures that are to be voted up
on at the state election. Her talk
was amusing as well as instruct
ive and was thoroughly appreciat
ed by the club. After this Inter
esting program refreshments were
served by the hostesses Ruth Sen
ter. Myra Sawyer, Emma Zinser
and Olga Davenport.
Mrs. Frank B. Windsor was a
recent hostess to members of the
Spring Valley missionary society
at which time 33 members met
for a social and business meet
ing. During the business meeting
a Pollyanna club was organized
which will act In cooperation
with the Missionary society. Mrs.
Charles McCarter. president of
the society, presided during the
A program was given In which
appeared Mrs. S. C. Crawford.
Mrs. W. N. Crawford, Mrs. W. T.
Scott of Salem, and this was fol
lowed by reports from Mrs. R. H.
Scott, chairman of the visiting
committee. A satisfactory 'report
was given by Mrs. W. Frank
Crawford concerning the recent
food sale. Plans were also made
for a gift to be presented to Cor
rine Beatrice, ibfant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W K. Henry as a
customary token of remembrance
of the society. Mrs. Helen G.
Craig, was welcomed as a new
member of the society.
A penny march and refresh
ments concluded a pleasant meet
ing of the society.
the hardest wear and washing.
Diamond Dyes owe their an
periority to the abundance of
pure anilines they contain. Cost
more to make ? Surely. But you
pay no more for them. All drug1
c tores ioc
Mrs. C. Paulas
J5 1a Luncheon
Mrs. C. W. Paulus nterUtned
with a luncheon at her apart
ment in th Royal Court Monday
In compliment to the contract
bridge club of which Mrs. Pau
lus mother. Mrs. T. A. Livesley.
is a member.
j The 1 o'clock lunchtou was
i followed bv bridge for several
hours. Mrs. J. H. Callaphan as-
sis ted Mrs. Paulus.
Guests for this affair were,
Mrs. T. A. Livesley. Mrs. A.
Bnsh. Mrs. Harry Hawkins. Mrs. j
William Boot. Mrs. O. C. Locke, j
Mrs. Dan Fry. Jr.. Mrs. Fritz !
Slade, and Mrs. James Linn.
ones interested have been work -
in on the organization of this
group forthe past sevetal weeks,
r were! A second symphony group v:0ik of Milinetta Magers for
guest..! to be discussed Tuesday nnht at!.,. , .
n. Mlssffhe V. M. C. A. social rooms. ! this fall and tender season,
Tim leader, it has ben an -
nounced, will be Prof. Hans R -
W. Seiii. long a niembef of Sa-
lfIU music i:jltt inT-riai
sons ago Prof. Seitz directed a
. - i 1 ,,
symphony group in several amoi-
j No definitf plans have been
announced hy Ihe firs:, group
who are intr steil in organizing
a sympbon? orchestra. Prof.
William Wallace Grah?m had
been mentioned because of the
work done by him last spring
1 during the. "music week'' com-
I miinltv nrnrramc ThA niiclpns
for a Junior orchestra that was
gathered together at that time
did such work as to suggest at
the continuance of the gioup this
It will be still more interest
ing musically in Salem if there
is to be both a junior and sym-
Pjony orchtr to be Presented
tne programs wnicn are oumnea
for the winter there will be little
doubt but that music will be a
big part of Salem's social life.
One of the outstanding presen
tations of the winter and one
which should augment tbe sym
phony concert idea will be the
United States Marine band which
will play in Salem next Monday
afternoon and evening. .
This outstanding musical or
ganization of the United States
does not often travel afar from
its home in Washington, D. C,
so that for those who do not ex
pect to be able to make a trip
east the privilege extended by
having tbe band come here is
The Lion's club is sponsoring
this excellent program.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Scellars
and Mrs. Flora Thomas, mother
of Mrs. ScellarB. accompanied by
Mrs. George Bernhardt, motored
to Seattle the past week where
they spent several days. On the
return from Seattle the group
stopped at Tacoma where they
were the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Clark. Mrs. Clark was
formerly Miss Margaret Hand of
Mrs. Verne Mclntyre. who was
called east by the death of her
mother, has again returned to Sa
lem after an extended visit in
Phoenix Arizona, and in Holly
wood where she stopped over on
her way from the east.
Mrs. Minniedel Baker has just
returned, to Salem after having
spent the past six weeks in Los
Angeles, Long Beach, and Van
Mr. and Mrs. James Humphrey
are now occupying their new
home on Fairmount hill.
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Salem to Have New
Because of ber recent illness,
extending through the summer va
cation, Minett Magers wJl be at
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Liiiiniimit Vianiwim itue
i , n i i. -i
i Mark Darnels, baritone.
j tfJlo Will take charge of thef butter.
i ... . .
, Willie Mage r.S US leciip-
erating from a set iot(S ill-
j .. ir nnnUli ocru,Vx
; 1 ' r
, . t
I Miss Mageis stuato
able to resume her voice classes in
Salem this year, and has chosen
t Mark Daniels, baritone, to fill her!
postion as teacher and coach here,
Mr. Daniels is now a staff art-
ist on KGW and is soloist for the;
First Church of Christ Scientist in
Portland. For the past several ,
years Mr. Daniels has been a mem-
ber of the American Grand Opera
company, appearing in Chicago
and New York.
He will te in Salem each Sat
urday at the studio of Miss Ma
gers. War Mothers Make
Armistice Day Plaris
The local chapter ' of the
American War Mothers started
plans for Armistice day at the
regular business meeting of
Tuesday afternoon at tbe Amer
ican Lutheran church. Nothing
definite is yet ready to announce
concerning the Tuesday discus
sion. Hostesses were also appointed
for the social meeting which will
be October 21. These are Mrs.
Elizabeth Waters, ' Mrs. Clara
Farmer, Mrs. Rose Hagedorn,
Mrs. Minnie Peetz, Mrs. May B.
Salsbury, Mrs. Ella Wilson, and
Mrs. Laura George.
A committee of two. Mrs. Val
leda Ohmart and Mrs. May B.
Salsbury, were appointed to call
those members who have not yet
leported at the chapter meetings
since the conclusion of the sum
mer vacation. This committee
will also cfcll on. those members
who are reported 111.
Members of the Westway club
of the W. B. A. will meet Thurs
day at the home of . Mrs. Thomas
Maplethorpe, 295 South 22nd
street. All members of the club
and also members of the lodge
are invited to be present for this
William Wallace Graham
Concert Violinist and Teacher - Head of tbe Violin Depart
ment, Willamette University
Jlr. ftraham ha returned from a concert tour in Alaska and
will he at the Studio in Ralem on Mondays and Thumdayg
STUDIOS IN NELSON BUILDING
Cor. IJflerty and Chemeheta St. Telephone MO
HALIBUT SLICES FOB DINNER
Stuffed Halibut Slices
Bread Currant Jelly
Head Lettuce Frnit Dressing
Grapes Fruit Cookies
StufftHl Halibut Slks
Salmon also may be -used)
S slices halibut (about 2-3 pound j
1 teaspoon salt
i teaspoon paprika
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
2 tablespoons butter
Wipe off steaks with a damp
cloth. Sprinkle with salt and pap-
rika. Place one slice in baking
pan. Spread with dressing. Cover
with the other slices and sprinkle
with" lemon juice and parsley.
not with the butter. Add the
water. Cover and halve 1 ' hours
in moderate oven. Baste fre
quently. If de?ired. slices of bacon may
I be placed on top the fist instead
2 cups soft bread crumbs
i tHhie.-noons cnonnen parsiey
j tablesp0i,n finPlv chopped
! u tcnnnn .-it
2 tablespoons butter
'4 teaspoon celery sal;
: 'i teaspoon paprika
Mix the ingredients and spread
on the fish.
Social Service Glib
! ivieeis III AAIIUiy
; Amity T h e Social Service
club held a meeting at the Meth-
odist church Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. George Patty. Mrs.
Loop. Mrs. Raleigh Massey and
Mrs. Fred Vincent were the hos
tesses". A unique program, was enjoy
ed. Seven ladies had an exhibit
of antiques, some of which were
100 or more years old.
Mrs. Morrison had a wonderful
paisley shawl. Willow ware dish
es, fine embroideries and Jewel
ry. Mrs. MeGowan had pictures
of old homes in Great Britain,
brass candle stocks; Mrs. Taylor,
an old christening robe more
than a century old.
Mrs. Canned had an antique
quilt, bible and song book; Mrs.
McNeaJy a very old black wal
nut rolling pin and a pewter
plate, wedding presents to her
grandmother. Mrs. Thomas had
pictures of the Guthiie Castle,
from Guthrie, Scotland, ancestral
home of the Guthrie family of
which Mrs. Thomas's mother was
The hostesses served refresh
ments as a conclusion to an en
Willing Workers class of the
First Christian church will be the
guests of Mrs. B. W. Macy at her
home 4 44 North 18th street,
Thursday afternoon beginning at
2 -o'clock. Assistant hosesses for
the afternoon will be Mrs. Mary
Lou punn, Mrs. J. C. Turner, and
Mrs. Kinton. Mrs. Will May,
teacher of the class, will be pres
ent for this Meeting.
Salem Woman's club will have
a busy meeting this Friday at the
clubhouse at which time thre
will be a program -and in addi
tion plans will be made and dele
gates elected for the county fed
eration meeting in Hubbard. Octo
ber 17. An executive board meet
ing will precede the business and
Prof. Morton E. Peck will be
the speaker for the program hour
and will take as hla topic. "Old
Edinburg." andMng in this talk
first hand information asd impres
sions gathered by him and Mrs.
Peck while they were Tlsltinp there
in the course of their European
tour a year ago.
An additional attractive event
; for tne program will be the group
j nf songs to be presented by Mrs.
: Gladys Collins of Independence.
Ths first nicetine of the win-
ter season tor the south division
of the First Presbyterian church
women will be Friday at one
o'clock In the church parlors. A
covered dish luncheon will start,
the afternoon. All members cf
last year and any new member of
I the church who lives in this dis
trict is invited to come and Join
the Friday meeting.
Mrs. George L. Forge end Mrs.
A. L. Wallace will entertain this
afternoon with the last of a'ser
ies'of three parties for this week.
Monday a luncheon was given,
Tuesday an afternoon bridge tea
and cards again this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Jarman of
Chelan. Washington, are receiving
4 congratulations on the birth of a
girl born the last week in Septem
ber. Mr. and Mrs. Jarmen were
formerly of Salem.
would want if you
knew all the faffs
Fact No. 15.
The finest things usually come
from those Mho make fine things
exclusively. Schilling makes only
fine coffee so can anyww else
but only Schilling does it.
Cheap coffee never enters nor
leaves the Schilling roasting rooms,
for Schilling believes that "cheap
ness" is contagious.
Facts No. I to No. 43.
There are 42 other facts equally
illuminating about Schilling
Coffee Tea Baking Powdt
49 Spices 32 Extracts.
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