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Thg OHEGON STATESMAN. Safer. Oregon, Friday Morning, ucioper
Society News and Club
Ouve M. DOAK. &vety Editor-.
Mrs. A. E. Robins
A pleasant afternoon was spent
la the regular meeting of mem
bers of Chapter G. of the P. B. O.
sisterhood at the home of Mrs.
A. E. Robins, Thursday. Mrs.
Pred Tooze was assistant hos
tess. The guest rooms were beau
tifully decorated with greenery
combined with great yellow
During the business meeting
reports were made from the rum
mage committee and the apron
committee. Mrs. Herald Hughes
made the report for Mrr. Walter
Smith, chairman of the rummage
Bale committee and"Mrs. C. K.
Logan, chairman of the apron
committee gave - her report.
Mfs. D. X. Beechler read a pa
per on "Pacific Fur Trading,"
which made one more article n
the seriea which is comprising
the chapter's study of Oregon
A social hour with tea served
by Mrs. RoWina and Mrs. Tooze
completed the afternoon. Special
guests-were Mrs. Wolf of Chap
ter X, Mrs. O. W. Love, Chapter
A. K. and Mrs. Parker of chapter
N all of Portland, and Mrs. Earl
Cooley and Miss Betty McMillan
Faculty Women's Club
Has Interesting Meet
The first meeting of the Fac
ulty Women's club to be held in
the home of a member this year
was that for which Mrs. George
A Idea vrss hostess Thursday in
her home on North Church
street. The club members have
decided to meet in the homes of
the members for the remainder
of this year instead of at Lau
sanne hall where the meetings
were held last year.
In all about 35 members of the
club were present. No formal
program was followed but a so
cial afternoon was enjoyed and
several of the new members
were made acquainted with the
otip. Mrs. Alice Dodd of Port-
and was a sneeial truest nf the
club of which she formerly was
At the tea hour Mrs. Alden
as assisted in serving by Mrs.
C Jones, Mrs. C. Monk. Mrs.
erman Clark, and Mrs. C. C.
Miss Gladys Walker of Pomo
na, California, who has been vis
iting her brother, Rev. LeRoy
Walker of St. Helens, is the guest
of her uncle, E. B. Purvine. and
her grandmother, Mrs. S. M.
Walker. Miss Walker, who was
formerly a resident o( Salem,
will return to her home in Pomo
na when she leaves Salem.'
Friday, October 17
Woman's Mission society of Calvary Baptist church,
Mrs.. Wayne Henry, Zena, 2:30 o'clock. Meet at church
at -2 o'clock, cars waiting.
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary, U. S. W. V., with Mrs. E. E.
Buckles, for monthly social meeting.
1 Barbara Fritchie social club, Mrs. Pearl Ralth, 434
Union street, 8 o'clock. All club members urged to be
Saturday, October 18
Knights and Ladies of Maccabees, Fraternal tem
ple. 8 o'clock; Great Commander Sherwood of Portland
Woman's Relief Corps, Miller's hall, 2 o'clock.
Luncheon complimenting Miss Emily Loveridge,
Elks temple one o'clock; all graduates of Good Samar
itan hospital, Portland, invited to make reservations.
Mrs. Sam Brown
Mrs. 9m H. Brown and Mrs.
John H. Harper were hostesses at
the home of Mrs. Brown Tuesday
for the first meeting of the win
ter season of the Past Matrons'
club. A one o'clock luncheon and
social afternoon W3S enjoyed by
Covers were placed for Mrs.
Romeo Goulet. Mrs. Georga Ramp,
Mrs. C. T. Brixey, Mrs. Sot: Jones,
Mrs. Sumner Stevens, Mrs. M. D.
Henning, Mrs. G. T. Wadsworth,
Mrs. Virginia Booster, Mrs. C. E.
Naftzger, Mrs. Louise Lambertsen,
and the hostesses.
Hand decorated1 place cards,
suggestive of Hallowe'en and fall
flowers were used as decorations.
The president, Mrs. Gouley, pre
sided at a short business meeting.
Hubbard William Wolfer cel
ebrated his 83rd birthday Tuesday
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Albert Spagle, where he was tbe
honor g-est at a dinner.
The table was centered by a
birthday cake. Covys were placed
for William Wolfer, Fred Wolfer,
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Miller, Will
iam Barrett and daughter, Miss
Orra, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spagle
and son Maurice, all relatives, end
Mrs. Media Nendel. of Wooibarn.
Sunday. Mr. Wolfer was honor
ed by his granddaughter, Miss
Orva Barrett at a dinner at her
Sflverton The Rebekah lodge
will hold a Hallowe'en party at
its hall on October SO. The lodge
is divided into two groups, the
married women who have as their
club the Tripp'.e Ling and the
girls who are Tryphena Girls. The
supper tor the evening will be
furnished by the Tripple Link
members while the Tryphena
Girls are sponsoring the night's
Mrs. H. C. Hamilton
Is Birthday Hostess
Mrs. H. C. Hamilton was hos
tess in compliment to the eighth
birthday of her young son, James
O'Leary Hamilton, Wednesday
afternoon at her home. Games
and puzzles entertained the
young folk until a late hour In
the afternoon when a birthday
luncheon was served. Hallowe'en
decorations added joy to the oc
casion and small wooden air
planes used as place cards gave
much fun to the hour following
luncheon during whlck time the
young guests flew their air
planes. Mrs. Thelma Woodress
assisted Mrs. Hamilton in serv
ing the young guests.
Guests Invited in compliment
to Master Hamilton were Jerry
Mulkey, Dorothy Burns, Keith
Burnerr, Imojean Woodress, Mar
jorie Price, Robert Price, Leon
ard Nelson Jr., Elbert Thomas,
Howard Leigh Hamilton.
Brush Creek. Mrs. O. S.
Hauge was hostess at a charm
ing afternoon Tuesday when a
number of her neighbors were
her guests. The occasion was
Mrs. Hauge's birthday. The aft
ernoon was spent in social con
versation and at 4 o'clock Mrs.
Hauge, assisted by her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jack Randall of Seat
tle, served lunch. Bouquets of
autumn leaves and flowers add
ed to the festiveness of the af
fair. Those present were Mrs.
Christine Hansen, Mrs. M. J.
Madsen, Miss Lillie Madsen. Mrs.
Anna K. Jensen, Mrs. Martin
Jorgenson, Mrs. C. I. Benson,
Mrs. Hauge, . Mrs. Randall, and
Mrs. Beckey Smith of Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Steusloff
and daughter Martha have re
turned from two weeks spent in
LaGrande where they were the
guests of Mrs. Steusloff's par-,ents.
A pretty party and one greatly
enjoyed by the guests and the
guest of honor was that for
which Mrs. George Croisan was
hostess Thursday afternoon- in
compliment to the second birth
day of her daughter, Marian.
Hallowe'en set the decorative
note and following a social after
noon for the mothers and
games and fun for the babies,
Mrs. Croisan was assisted in serv
ing by little Miss Barbara Comp
ton and Miss Barbara Evans. A
gay birthday cake with two
glowing candles was the center
of attraction for the small guests.
Guests for the afternoon In
compliment to Miss Marjann
Croisan were Mrs. Sterling Smith
and Douglas; Mrs. Roy Keen
and Madaline Glee; Mrs William
Buslck and Jean; Mrs. Henry
Compton and Stewart and Bar
bara; Mrs. Willis Raughton and
Elinorlu; Mrs. Claude Steusloff
and Martha; Mrs. Ralph' Colley
and Margaret; Mrs. John Carson
and Jane; Mrs. Karl Becke and
Miriam; Mrs. Ronald Jones and
Ronald Jr, Mrs. J. C. Evans and
Barbara and the. hostess and
George Croisan, Jr.
Friday Club is
Mrs. F. G. Delano entertained
with a delightful luncheon at the
Elks temple Thursday to compli
ment members of the Friday club
and several additional guests.
Bright colored fall flowers made
lovely splash of color for the
luncheon table where covers were
placed for 12 guests.
Following the luncheon hour
cajs were in play at three ta
bles. Mrs. Leon Gleason held high
score for the afternoon. Special
guests were Mrs. Frank Myers,
Mrs. Clyde Johnson and Mrs.
Burton A. Myers.
Mill City Two boys. LeroT El
liot and Calvin Jones, were made
happy the past week by parties
celebrating their birthdays.
Calvin celebrated his 11th
birthday and his mother, Mrs. I.
L. Jones, invited 16 of his young
friends to her home to spend the
afternoon. Game3 were played and
late in the afternoon Mrs. Jones
served a birthday supper to her
son and his friends.
Leroy is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Elliott and his party was
planned as a surprise for him. He
was ten years old Sunday and 16
of his young friends joined in
showing him a good time. After
several hours passed In playing
games, Mrs. Elliot, assisted by her
daughter Helen, served a dinner.
Both boys were the recipients of
Wallaes Road. Mrs. Ralph
Allan and Mrs. O. Mercer of Sa
lem, were recent hostesses at a
meeting of the Willamette
Heights country club held at
Willamette Lodge. A profusion
of autumn flowers and foliage
were artistically arranged about
the spacious rooms. This meet
ing was in the nature of a get
together or home coming and
members and guests enjoyed a
pleasant social evening follow
ing a 6:30 o'clock supper and
short business session.
' Present were Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. K. B.
Kugel, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Gib
son, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Blodgett,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Utley, Mr.
and - Mrs. Charles McCarter, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Henry, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Gibson, Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Pettys, Mrs. James Imlah,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chaffee, Mr.
and Mrs." W. C. Franklin, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Smart, Mr. and Mrs.
C. C Mercer, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Allen. "
Stayton. The marriage of
Mabel Dorothea, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fery. and
Leo Odentnal, son of Mrs. Simon
Boedlgheimer, of Sublimity, was
solemnized at St. Mary's Catholic
church Tuesday morning. The
ceremony was performed by Rev.
Father Frank Scherbring and
was witnessed by many relatives
The bride wore an Ivory satin
gown, lace trimmed and a dainty
veil arranged In cap effect, and
carried a shower bpuquet of
bride's roses and carnations. She
was attended by her sister, Miss
Edna Fery, who wore a rose
crepe dress and carried an arm
bouquets of asters. The best
man was Lawrence Boedlgheim
er, brother of the groom.
Following the wedding dinner
at the Fery home on the West
Stayton road, the Mr. and Mrs.
Odenthal left for a trip to south
Stayton Wendell Weddle. only
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Weddle
of this city and Kathryn Grady,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. P.
Grady were united in marriage on
Saturday, at 2 o'clock at the
Grady home in Woodburn. The
ceremony was performed by Rev.
W. H. Lyman of Stayton, in the
presence of-relatives and close
home. Mr. and Mrs. Weddle will
make their home in Portland
wher Mr. Weddle Is In business.
Stayton. Complimenting. Mrs.
J. C. Moreland, wife of the state
vice commander of the American
Legion, Mrs. Dave M. John en
tertained a number of the Le
gionnaires' wives on Monday
evening. Cards and a Jate sup
per were enjoyed.
One Hundred Salesman's
Sample Hats in a Sale
Be ginning Today!
Regular5.95 and $7.95
A lucky purchase of one hun
dred salesman's sample hats go
on sale today at about half
their true value! These are all
labelled hats . . . VANITY and
JEWEL their quality shands
unquestioned and at this price
Salem women who wear Vanity
or Jewel hats will be interested
in the. saving.
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COLORS to MATCH
These are mostly genuine fur
felts and quite decidedly Winter
-1930! Off-the-face models that
tip-tilt to BhoNr that "alluring
carl"! Tip on the right and down
on the left modls that have
that "come hither" appeal. Mod
els with all sort of trims such as
' cluster stitches, applique designs
achieved with embroidery, velvet
trims and ribbon.
Mostly fur felts
In this sale youH find the smartest Fall shades
such -as cricket green, brown leaf, lighter than
naVy, winetone, maroon, beaver tan, black, etc.
,A color that will match your ensemble . , k a la
beled hat that spells real value!
These are the coats smart
women are choosing.
Nothing is missing to make
this a comprehensive pic
ture of the Fall mode.
Leading fabrics, important
style details and excellent
tailoring have combined to
give you the fashion types
for every occasion.
The Furs caracul, wolf,
fox, beaver, squirrel, bad
ger, lynx and others.
The new cuffs, the Prin
cess silhouette, great up
standing fur collars, bo
lero backs, Moused effects
these are style details
you will note. Luxurious
new materials, warm win
ter color3, trimmed in
Paris ways with the choic
est furs of the season. A
fashion and value eventl
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