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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Sunday Morning, January 25, 1931
ews arid Club Affairs
:Oive M. Doak. Sexuty Editor
l Is Complimented
ONE set of the younger crowd
hat ben very busy this
weekend entertai-l-g Mia
Ana RMd Biru, of Portland,
and bottieitteat of Miss Alice
Saturday afternoon Mrs. W.
:R.- Speck entertained la compll
' ment to her daughter and her
young house guest with a bridge
i luncheon. Corers were placed
for Miss Burns, and Virginia
Cross. Margaret Sarage, J Edna
Sarage. Jerym Upston, Jeanne
Patton. Marie Patton. Marie
Statesman. Daisy Varley, Kath
ryn J-Iayward, Josephine Cornoy
er, and Alice Speck.:
; Miss Burns was again a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "W.
T. Jenks Saturday night when
Mrs. Jen ks entertained with a
dinner party in compliment to
the birthday of Win Jenks. The
color scheme of the dinner table
was In pastel shades. Sweetpeas
and daffodils combined withyel
low tapers to make a beautiful
centerpiece for the table. Soft
lights added the final note of
Covers ere placed for the
honor guest. Win Jenks. and
Daisy Varley, Alice Speck. Ann
Reed Burns, Josephine Coraoy
er, Edith .Jenks home for the
weekend from Linfield college.
McMinnrille; Wayne Doughton.
Ralph Stearns, ; Norman Speck,
Ralph Stuller of McMinnrille.
and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenks.
Sunday afternoon an informal
Alnnpr will ha rlren in coraDli-
ment to Miss Burns at the; home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Cornoyer.
Covers will bo placed for Miss
"Barns, Alice Speck, Josephine
Cornoyer, Norman Speck, Win
Jenks, and Ralph Stearns.:
Mill City. The home of Mrs.
LeRoy E. Dike was the scene of
a happy gathering this weekend,
when she- entertained for her
daughter. Miss Gweneth Dike,
who came home for a visit from
her studies at Monmouth normal
bringing with her as quests ten
of her school mates from Mon
mouth. Saturday evening a din
ner party was enjoyed at the
home of Miss Janice Duniran
with the following young ladles
present: Miss Wilms Hardman.
Miss Catherine Allen. Miss Helen
Osbornj MiM Lucille H Inkle, all
of Portland. Miss Eva Fuegy.
Miss Quingley of Monmouth.
Miss Beulah Cramer of Salem,
aad Miss Josephine Hardy of As
toria. Miss Janice. Dunivan, Miss
Mary Holthouse and Miss Gwen
eth Dike, of Mill City.
After the dinner the group so
journed to the Dike home where
a merry evening was enjoyed.
Miss Meldon Raines joined the
party for the evening and Mrs.
Dike presided at the refreshment
table. , '
Gervais - Th Past Noble
Grands' club met; Saturday night
at the home of Mrs. Mary Sawyer.
The ereninr was scent in auilting
on their Rebekah name quilt. De
licious refreshments were served
at the close of the meeting, a fea
tur of which was a large birth
day cakej decorated with pink
rosebud candles, in honor of the
birthdays of Mrs. Ida Schwab. Mrs.
Mlcjn Alaup and Mrs. Gladys
Member present were: Mrs.
Rose Collins, Mrs. Ida Schwab,
Mrs! Anna Dunlavy, Mrs. Minnie
Alsfp. Mrs. Jessie Coomler, Mrs.
Adojlphtne Harris, Mrs. Florence
Shields and Mrs. Mary Sawyer.
Visitors were Miss Lois Coomler.
Miss Lavonne Harris and Miss
i i i
! North ! Santiam. The Wom
an's Sewing club met -with Mrs.
George B. Howard Wednesday.
MrS. Howard, president, presid
ed I at the business meetln at
which time the annual election
of officers was held.
't The following officers were
elected to serve during the com
ing! year: Mrs. Myrtle Howard,
president; Mrs.) Frances Mc
Laughlin, secretary-trea surer
G. Rhosdes became a mem-
of the club.
The afternoon was spent sew
ing for the Turner Boys' home.
Members present were Mesdames
D. E. Bond, F. Guenkle, L. C.
Keifhley, A. Hammer, G. E. Mc
Cleljan, J. S. McLaughlin, G.
Rhokdes, G. Howard.
Tljie united circle of the First
Christian church will meet at the
church Tuesday for the regular
quarterly meeting. There Will be
a pojtluck dinner at noon with a
business meeting at 2 o'clock and
this will be followed by a pro
gram. The Mary and Martha
circty wil lserve as hostess. A11
ladleis of the church are urged
to attend.! I
Mrs. Arthur Bailey
With Party ' -!
MRS. ARTHUR BAILKT, nee
Mary Miller, was com.
I pllmsnted by a group of
ber friends Friday night who en
tertained her with an Informal
party and post nuptial shower.
The) guest, list i made up i mem
bers of the staff ef the telephone
office. .. i .";! j :",
Hostesses for the. event were
Mrs. Lena Victor, Mrs. Margaret
Haynes, Mrs. Jessie Faught, Mrs.
Helen Wlntermute. and Mrs.
Margaret Rush. The evening
was. "Pent Informally In games
and, music. At a late hour re
freshments were served. ;
Those who called In compll
met to Mrs. Bailey- were Miss
Bertha Williamson, Miss Mildred
Williamson, Miss Daisy Hay den,
Miss Clara Dickson, Miss Marie
Fallia. Miss Hasel Cook, Miss
Jerrr Driscoll. Miss Ruth .Thom
as, j Miss Thelma Andrews. Miss
Mildred SimoBS. Miss Veda Park
er, Miss Constance Smart, Mis.j
Sophia Hart, Miss Eleanor Boyle.
Miss Marie. Bertram. Miss Hasel
Moran. Miss Ella Starr. Miss
Helen Wesley, Miss Nora Ritch
ie. iMIss Daisy Varlev and Mrs.
Leona Boelens, and the hostesses.
Valsets A- bridge party was
given at the home of Ir, and Mrs.
Richard Lefener Saturday ; eve
ning. Three tables were in play.
High score was won by Jim Dod
son, avid Hilda Johnson, and low
score by Vesta Ross and Lester
Green. 1 ;
j ;e e e . - j j
Slverton Mrs. H. B. Jorgen
son and Mrs. ; Oscar Overland
were joint hostesses at the : Jan
uary meeting of the Immanuel
guild. The ' group was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Jorg
enson. Miss Hilda Olsen is pres
ident of the organization.
For Guild Girls
The Fidells chapter World
Wide Guild girls entertained the
Sterling chapter , with a progres
siva dinner party Friday eve
nlag, January li, 1121.
The first coarse was served at
the home of Mlsa Florence Fos
ter, 104 If. 8th street. The sec
ond coarse at Miss Marjorie
Pickens'; 140 N. 17th street. At
the home of Miss Doris Schunke
24 N. Church street, the girls
received their third course. Then
a trip to j South . Salem at the
home of Miss Vera Jeas Huber,
365 Oweas street, the fourth and
last course was served.
Among those, prese&t were
Mrs. Earl Gregg, Sterling chap
ter advisor, Mrs. H. S. Glle, as
sistant advisor, Mrs. Carl Huber,
Fidells chapter advisor, Mrs. W.
F. Foster, Mrs. W. C. Pickens,
and Mrs. Edward Sehunke.
Aa event toward which the
members "of the Royal Neighbors
of America are looking; forward
with great anticipation is the vis
it of the supreme executive offi
cer. Mrs. Alice Nash of. Rock Isl
and, Minn., who will be a guest
in Portland March j. At this
time a mass meeting will be held
in Portland of the various groups
of Royal Neighbors of the state.
Auxiliary to Sons or Veterans
will have a specially interesting
regular meeting at the Woman's
clubhouse Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock. There will be an
initiation service and this will be
followed by a special McKinley
The Oregon Graduate Nurses'
association, district No. 3, will
hold its regular meeting at the
home of Ms. M. Snyder, 475 S.
18th street, on Tuesday, January
27, at 2:30 9. m.
Mrs WJ. Lehman
Entertain Helpers :
-1 Brush College The i Brush
College Helpers were entertained
at the home of Mrsi U. J. Leh
man of Salem Thursday I afternoon,-presided.
Mrs. A. E.i TJtley
led devotlonais and r Mrs. C.5 L.
Blodgett read a patriotle j poem,
concluding with the I flag ; salute
in which all participated, Mrs.
Charles McCarter and Mrs. A. L.
Kin ton in charge of entertain
ment, provided a flower content
which all enjoyed and for which
Mrs. Fred Ewinr won a prize. y
t Mrs. Lehman was assisted at
the tea hour by Miss Ethel Leh
man, Mrs. Oliver Whitney and
Mrs. Grace Lehman J Mrs. C. L.
Blodgett will have charge of en
tertalnment for the next meeting
February 5, which win be ! held
at the home of a former member.
Mrs. R. o. Lewis at her f home,
2.55 Richmond street Salem.
! The guest group Thursday In
cluded Mrs. Ralph f Allen, Mrs.
Ella Gull, Mrs. R. O. Lewisand
Mrs. Walter Lehman, Miss Ethel
Lehman and Mrs. Grace Lehman,
all of Salem; and ' Mrs. Otto
Schlndler and Mrs. Ferdinand
Byers, of Brush College, r
Members present were Mrs. A.
R. Ewlng, Mrs. Ferdinand Sing
er;! Mrs. Fred Ewlng, Mrs. M.
Focht, Mrs. George Meier, and
and children. Gertrude and Myr
tle, Mrs. A. E. Utley, Mrs. C. L.
Blodgett. Mrs. Esther Oliver.
Mrs. Harry Bonney, Mrs.. Oliver
Whitney. , Mrs. V. L. Gibson. Mrs.
Fred Olson, Mrs. A. L. Kin ton,
Mrs. J. D. Walling and the host
ess, Mrs. U. J. Lehman. :
West: Salem. Mrs. Elmer
Martin entertained with a show
er; yesterday afternoon, honoring
Mrs. John Ralph. : The vaest
rooms were beautiful with ferns
and winter greenery. Mrs.
Ralph was the recipient of many
beautiful gifts. Late In the aft
ernoon the hostess served dainty
refreshments. About 20 guests
enjoyed the afternoon. !
r 1 " ' J :,'! -"
Friends of Mrs. Henry Polsell
will be concerned to know that
she la ill at her home In Dallas.
Dallas Folk Arg f J
Dinner Guests" "
Dallas. -The members of the
Cul Btfnl club, one of the oldest
In the ! city, entertained tbeir
husbands at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. ' Oscar. Holmes Thursday
evening.' Dinner was served at
7 i o'clock. . . .-. j -
-The guests .were Dr. and Mrs,
Ballman. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Black, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bowe
of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. E. V.
Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dil-
wy, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Guy, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed HImes, Mr. and
Mrs. i Eugene - Hayter. Mr. and
Mrs.; Frank Hobson, Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. Hawkins, Mr. and
Mrs. R.. T. Morrison, . Col. and
Mrs. Conrad Stafrln.
F01? IHIeallttluinnaS Havficag
Pimples are by no means
Conducive to a happy state of
mind. This condition of one's
jskin hurts j the personal pride
jand canses much discomfort.
Fake physicians and quack
specialists quickly realize the
susceptability of such individ
uals and extract much hard
earned money from them.
The surest and best thing to do is to consult a reliable and reputible physi
cian, llis prescriptions will De carefuipy followed by us. Our prescription serv
ice is the best service we render.-
405 State J. H. WILLETT Tel. 3118 '
THE CHERRY CITY BAKING CO.
THE PORTLAND GAS & COKE CO.
e Cake Baking Schoo
to be held from 2 to 4 p. m.
Tuesday Wednesday and
rsday, January 27 to 29
in the Nelson Building Auditorium
over the Chrysler Garage at the corner of Liberty
" and Chemeketa Streets
Home Economist for
; : i
the Portland Gas
& Coke Co. i
Mr. Renus Verhqgen
Foreman of the Pastry
and Sweet Goods de
partment of the Cherry
City Baking Company,
S i , -
; Miss Celia Gerhard t
of the educational department of the Genera!
roods Lrpo ration
I-..,. ,-.- ,t ',., I J
Practical demonstration and instruction
.r -..-, , 111 . f!: : ... . : --r; t,;,,.,,.,,. ,-- 1 I . :-1 ' " ' ; - - : -Li. : 1'- 1 ': '- : i'.
) 340Court St J
in modern cake baking and Je'corating with special in
struction in the use of the pas ry tube in cake decorating.
DOOR PRIZES DAILY. j REFRESHMENTS
jTb ttidr classetof the Salem
Woman's club will meet Monday
afternoon i beginning at 3:30
o'clock in the club rooms on
North Cottage street. Two
books will be reviewed at this
time, "The Good Companions'.'
and "Angel Pavement" each .by
J B. Priestley. ;
Miss ' Constance Knapp, youth
ful coed at the Uniferslty ot ,
Washington who has been! voted j
one of the ten most beautiful girls
on the campus is a daughter ot
Mrs, Ida Harbord Knapp, formtr
ly of Salem and a niece of Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. Try. Sr., and Mrs. Kit
tie Grarer. Mlas Knspp Is a mem
ber of the Theta Upsllon sorority.
; . ;.T ;
Gerrals More than a hundred
were present Tuesday night at the
third of the series of card parties
and dances being glvsn by th la
dies of Sacred Heart ehurch. Sev
enteen tables of "500" and4 six ot
Pedro were played with prises for
high scores In "5 00" going flo
Mrs. O. J. Molsan and Otto Bern
lng and for low scores to Mrs.
Prank Nosak and -'Frank i Adel
man; and In Pedro to Mrs. Mike
Englehart and D. Cannard I for
high scores and Theresa Schlndler
and Frank Nosak for low scares.
C. WrCutsfortn held the lucky
number and received the door
prise. The ladies will gtre j an
other of these popular parties at
the parish ball Tuesday evening,
February third, j ,
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