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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, February 6, 1931
OUVE M. DOAK, Society Editor
A program which will be anticl-
- pa ted with much Interest, more
: than ordinary Interest no doubt,
. will be the program to be -given
by the Salem Symphony orches
tra, February 17, In the armory.
ThU will mark the first public ap-
pearance of the senior symphony
orchestra organized this past fall
under the direction of Dr. R. W.
v Hans Setts. Several appearances
. before small audiences hare been
rj made and have met with sincere
i praise' for the work which has
been accomplished in the past
- The program which will be pre-
sen ted In the coming public con
cert is planned as follows:
'flw4iB Festival Hare .Albert Perfect
"Kalate Edward Elfar
"A 4 Mi Patketiqoe" Bnjaaia Godwd
"Kaaerai Harea" Fidrie Cheyia
First SMVesMBt trmm Bymfttauj
1 C Xajar L. aa BUtrB
- .AHegr era bri
tie epera "Flan
. - Vraaia Tea Suppe
'CiriMrikia Walt" FaaUloiaa
U law-van: Laacka
Bridal chora from "Iiokintria"...
i Richard Warner
"la a Ptntaa Market" Albert W,K
Via a Peraiaa Market :
Albert W. Ketelboy
Marrk from the opera -0. Vetdi
The program will close with
America, sung by the audlenee
and accompanied by the orches
tra. The program has been planned
to meet the tastes of . the whole
audience. The first part of the
program represents heavier num
bers and Interspersed 1 is a group
of lighter numbers to balance the
Mss Gladys Miller
Gomplimenting her grand
daughter on the occasion of her
sixteenth birthday Mrs. W. G.
Miller entertained Miss Gladys
Miller at dinner Sunday. Din
ner was served at 12:30 o'clock
at a table made gay with a pret
ty centerpiece of pink carnations
and an artfully decorated birth
day cake. Following the dinner
the honor guest was presented
.with attractive remembrances of
Covers were placed for Miss
Gladys Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
W. ' Miller. Miss Helen Miller.
Mis Dorothy Miller. Ralph Mil
ler and Mrs. W G. Miller.
An attractive luncheon and
bridge afternoon was enjoyed by
members of Mrs. Elmer Scellars
"club Tuesday afternoon when she
eutertalned In her Royal Court
apartment. xMrs. William Evans
and Mrs. George .Alexander held
Friday, February 6
T M. C. A. program, 8 o'clock In auditorium of T;
children giving program; .publie Invited.
Mrs. W. C. Joues, hostess to Y's Mlnettes club, 1000
Capitol street. Apt. 12; 2 o'clock; Mrs. Ralph 'Winn,
' speaker. . I '
first Spiritualist church circle, 8 o'clock, Mrs. Lu
cille Baker, 590 Union street.
Brush College grange at Brush College school
house; representatives of Dallas chamber of commerce
present. " !
United Spanish war veterans auxiliary, regular
meeting, Friday, 2:30, armory. ,
Mother's meeting, 3 o'clock; Leslie Junior high
Eagle wood club will meet 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. L. W.i
Biddle, 1743 Nebraska. R. R. Hewitt will be speaker. -?
Salem Heights Woman's club, community club
house. 2 o'clock.
Unitarian Woman's Alliance, 2 o'clock; Emerson,
room of the Unitarian church.
Camp Fire Girls swimming class. 7:30 o'clock..
TT M C A
Thimbie club of Neighbor of Woodcraft, meet at
Fraternal temple; election of officers.
- Saturday-, February V
Illjhee country club will sponsor Valentine dance
at club house.
D. A. R. will meet at Woman's clubhouse; regular
Woman's Relief Corps, Millers hall at 2 o'clock.
Delta Phi tea, 3 to 5 o'clock,' home of Mrs. C. P.
Formal Tea Charming
Thei formal tea given at the
home iof Mrs. Henry B. Thielsen
with Mrs. Thielsen, Mrs. T. E.
Rilea,! Mrs. James Mott, and
Miss Thielsen as hostesses was
one of the loveliest events of the
spring; About one hundred
guests called during the tea
hours aid the charming infor
mality of the formal occasion
made a memorable note in the
The guests were greeted by
charming little Sybil Spears in a
piquant frock of blue. After the
line In which the hostesses stood.
the guests were greeted by Mrs.
C. P, Bishop. Mrs. Seymour
Mrs.t Jones, Mrs. E. E. Bragg,
Mrs. James H-mphreys, Miss"
Mabel: Robertson, Mrs. Frank
Spears, and Mrs. W. Connell
Mrs. James Young, Mrs. Ern
est Bonesteele. Mrs. Curtis
Johnson, -Miss Charlotte Zeiber.
and Miss Rovena Eyre assisted
In the dining room.
Presiding in turn at the serv
ive table during the afternoon
were Mrs. Russell Catllu, Mrs. R.
J. Hendricks, Mrs. George A.
White; and Mrs. U. G. Shipley.
The table was beautiful with Its
centerpiece of marigolds, Jon
quils, lavender seetpeas and la
vender tapers. Pussywillows;
and greenery were used as the;
decorative note for the reception
This, afternoon the same group
of hostesses will receive tor an
afternoon of bridge followed by
a tea. Cards will be In play at
several tables and additional
guests will come in for tea.
Given for Lionesses
-The social afternoon at the
Ralph Kletzl-ig ho-ve with Mrs.
Kletzing, Mrs. Newell Williams,
and Mrs. Harry Scott as host
esses in compliment to wives of
Lion club members, was both
unique and charmingly informal.
The guests came In house
dresses and carda were discarded
for a number of original and
amusing informal games. Mrs.
Frank Doollttle and Mrs. Carl
Emmons won the prizes for these
The Idea of St. Valentine was
carried out with many - red
hearts and Valentines about the
rooms, and also at the ' lunch
hour. Lunch was served cafeteria
style and In an amusing ITaihlon.
Twenty five guests were present
for the afternoon.
"West Salem Mrs. Leonard
Burgoyne will be hostess, Wed
nesday, February 11, to mem
bers of the Women's Missionary
society at their regular monthly
Mrs. Julius Meier
Will b e Tea
I Mrs. Julius Meier will entertain
at tea at the Elks club Tuesday af
ternoon between ; the hours of
three and six o'clock,
I . Among the guests will be wives
of members of the state senate
and house of representatives,
wives of state departments and
state Institution heads, and wives
and daughters of former gover
nors of Oregon.
' No formal Invitation list is be
ing made up for Salem, bnt a cor
dial invitation is extended to all
f Salem women to call between the
hours of three and six o'clock dur
ing which time Mrs. Meier will be
happy to meet and greet maids
and matrons of the capital city.
For B. 6c. P. W. Clubs
National Business Women's
week , will be observed by Bus-,
fness and Professional Women's
clubs from March 9 to It, ac-
cording to announcement from
national headquarters of the or
ganization in New York.
I The 20 B. P. W. clubs in Ore
gon are making elaborate plans
for the observance of the week
during which public relations
dinners, friendship teas and in
dustrial exhibits will be fea
tured. . .
The chorus of. the Salem Bus
iness and Professional Women's
club is planning to appear In
several local programs but other
local plans have not been an
nounced. Mrs. Madalene Callln.
editor of Oregon Business Wom
an, official magazine of the-
state federation and a member of
the state federation and a mem
ber of the Salem club, will be the
speaker at the public relations
dinner given, by the Corvallis
Club on the evening of March 9.
At this dinner business men and
representatives of civic organiza
tions will be the guests of the
Mrs. L. L. Jensen was. hostess
for an - attractive party at her
home Thursday afternoon. Bridge
was in play during the afternoon
hours and tea was served as a
orettv conclusion- to the social
event. Violets made a dlstlnctive-
lv lovelv decorative note for the
tea table and were need about the
meat rooms. Mrs. John Beakey
and Mrs. Reed Rowland assisted
at the tea hour.
Mr and Mrs Thomas Ro:n of
Court street have as their guests
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Griffin of
Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. The
a - --A AnrnutA tinmet follow-
ing an extended visit In Los Angeles.
Mrs. Gardner Knapp
Mrs. Gardner Knapp . enter
tained In compliment te mem
bers of Chapter G cV the P. E.
O. sisterhood at her horns Thurs
day afternoon. The regular busi
ness hour and this followed by a
delightful: social hour and 'tea,
made up the afternoon meeting.
At the tea hours Mrs.-. Knapp
was assisted by Miss Helen Gunn
and Miss Betty MeMillian. .
Among . special guests were
Mrs. W. E. , Burke of chapter L
of Newberg; Mrs. Ralph O. Otis,
also of chapter L; Mrs. Colon R.
Oxman of chapter A. F., Ontar
io.; Mrs. C. H. Eberhard of chap
ter t of La Grande, all her dur
ing the legislative session Miss
Betty McMlllian of Lebanon and
Miss Helen ,Gunn of . Corvallis
were also special guests. 'Mrs.
Earl Cooley eame In for the tea
! Mrs. Alice Fisher will be the
next hostess to chapter G In a
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! Another one of the' charming
aeries of Informal affairs to be
given by Salem hosts in compli
ment to legislative visitors is
that which Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bi
shop began' Wednesday evening
when they entertained at dinner
for Senator and Mrs. Joel r C
Booth and Senator and Mrs.. L. L.
Mann. ,? . . ' . ;
Thursday Club is
Mrs. McNary's Guest
"- . .1 -
The regular meeting of the
Thursday club' was a luncheon
meeting with Mrs. John McNary
as hostess. Luncheon was served
In the Marion hotel at one
o'clock. Color nd charm were
lent the luncheon table . through
the use of many gay valentines
and!; red carnations, and this
same-Idea of decoration was re
peated In the guest rooms of the
McNary . home where following
luncheon cards were in play.
Mrs. James Linn, Mrs. Louis
Lachmund, Mrs. Ereel Kay and
Mrs. William Boot were addi
tional , guests. Club, members
present ; were , Jlrs. Dave Eyre.
Mrs. Henry Meyers,! Mrs. Georgs
Rodgers, . Mrs. William Walton.
Mrs. i Harry Hawkins, Mrs. Frits
Slade and Mrs. Oliver Locke.
i Miss Lucille Lange who ' for
the past few weeks has been a
guest of Mr.' and Mrs. Fred
Lange, left Monday morning by
way of Los Angeles, El, Paao.
and Chicago for Detroit, Michi
gan, where she will be the guest
of Mrs. L. BCase. her sisteri
Members of. U O. N. S. clu
will meet In the lobby of the El
sinore theatre.Tweiday evening. at
7 o'clock. iThoeevrhCf plan on at
tending this aiae party will call
Mrs. Fred Duaean. j
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