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The OREGON STATESMAN, Saleny Oregon, Tuesday Morning February 24, 1931
Woman's Club Will
t " v
- One of the most interesting
meetings of the year Is belnj plan
ned for the Friday meeting of the
Salem Woman's club at the club
bonse on North TJOttage street. ,
Tho "program Is under th direc
tion of the picture library torn
tnittee of the fine arts department,
whoso chairman is Mrs. Clifton
Mudd and perronnel is Mr3. Mllo
- Rasmussen, Mrs. Roy Burton, Mrs.
V.. G. Shipley. Mrs. Herbert Ost
lind, Mrs. Thomas : A. McBride,
Mrs. lu. Mickelson, Mrs. W. D.
Clarke; Mrs. F. C. Collins. Mrs.
L C. Marshall, Mrs. W. B. Johns
ton. Mrs. C. F. Turner. Mrs. JJd
win Klssen, Mrs. Martin Roth and
Mrs. Edward Weller. . --
Members of the Arts league are
being invited as special guests and
the members of the woman's clubs
.of the county which are affiliated
with the federation" are being in
. vlted to attend thi3 meeting
through the county art chairman,
who Is Mrs. Mudd. . .
Mrs. . C. Milne of McMlnn
vilje, chairman of the art depart
ment of the third district of the
f.niinn will be present and
tiv An her work. Mrs. William J
Dielschnelder. also of McMlnnville.
will contribute an interesting
reading to the program.
The Western Picture. Framing
company of Portland is sending a
special exhibit of pictures, many
-line prints, some very large .ones,
whichwtll be on display and will
be explained by a Mr: Morrison,
who will accompany them. Mr.
Morrison will also talk on "Cor
rect Framing., " ' ,
In addition to this program Fri
day is also the day set apart In
the social calendar of the club for
a reception for new members. This
will.be obsenred and tea will be
served. 1 - .
Mrs. John Brophy Is chairman
of the tea committee and assist
ing her are Mrs. E. T. Barnes,
Mrs. Ronald Glover, Mrs. E.- E.
Gilbert. Miss Luella Baker. Mrs.
D. A. Hodge. -Mrs. B. E. Carrier.
Mrs, David A. Hill. Mrs. F. E. Cra
dlebaagb. Mrs. Roy Hurst, Mrs.
J. H. Lauterman and Mrs. V. A.
A. board and business meeting
will precede the program and re
ception. ' -
I ; o " Place
IC11C; vail -w vxoc
Leslie Can Do. class of the Les
lie Methodist church .announces
. that the regular Wednesday night
meeting has been postponed until
Friday night at which time It will
meet with Rev. -and Mrs. Dar
The committee in charge is Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde French, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Darlow Johnson, and Mr.
and Mrs. C. S, Orwig.
- By ANNE ADAMS
A perfect fitting foundation
garment is essential under the
new frocks,. In order to avoid un
necessary bulkiaess and wrinkles.
slightly moulded to the -
The. model presented today is
slightly moulder to te figure, and
adds its skirt fullness well below
the snug hipllne.. The back is
perforated for a backless garment
? to be worn under evening gowns.
Pattern 2081 may,be made of
crepe de chine, wash satin, rayon
or a fine cotton fabric. Favorite
colors are tea rose, flesh, pink,
eggshell and orchid. Ecru lace is
attractive with any of these
shades. . ' -
May be obtained only in sites
34, 38. 40. 42. 44 and 4 Size
3C requires 3 i yards of 39-inch
: N drpinskoc &rene It
c$sar te mk Itiii tt4l WHk
or pattern. THar fr r
U. and timpla. axact , Inttrna
tia ara rives.
8aa4 fift ceata eoina -ar- :
fally wrapped, or itimoi l aark
petiera. Writ plaial voor aaiva.
addresa and ityla aaoibar Ea (are
te UU iia wanted. , - .
Our new fall and winter fathlos
took t-oatatoiar- axqaifita ndala
for adulta . and childrea ass aa
ttealleat ' innrtmnl at traaafer
4attjTe aas-atanipa4 oaltiaa..ia.
radr. Priea fiftaea anta.
Book arith- pattern SJ cania. Ad
dreaa all mail tad ordera to utaa-
Patter a . Denewtmat.
Wet 17ta ttreet. New .yerh Citv'
K)uve M. DflAK.
T SOCIAL CALENDAR . -
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 . v . I-
Washington and Lincoln program given by Sons of , r
Union Veterans of CItII war- and auxiliary; Woman's j
clubhwcser 30 o'clock, potluck dinner. - - ' ' -' ' .
r Eastern Star social club. 2:30 o'clock. Masonic? tem- .
pie social rooms; sewing, afternoon and program.
Salem-Woman's Press '-club,' Mrs. Addison Lane.
1440 i Liberty street;. M.rst M. Thonfas : assistant i .
hostess. ' '-. '' '- '"".' ". " - ' "' .
a A P. W. club. :30 o'clock dliher. meeUng, Gray .
Belle:: Prof. Ralph Winn, speaker.-, - , ' . . ;
" -Mrs Carrie Bunn, hostess te Royal Neighbors sewi
"ing club, at her home 2235 Haxel avenue. All day mee.-.
;'laJ i'--'J " : I
5 1 r i "-' WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 25 " V - .
t-dies "Aid of First Methodist church; 2:30
, oVldJk; Miss Elsie Miller will preside. ' 1
i- Presbyterian Aid. society, In church parlors, Mrs,,
George M.. Brown in. charge. . . ,
I THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2 ,
Town and Gown club. Lausanne hall, 2:34 o'clock.
North Salem W. C. T. U., Jason Lee Methodist
church. 2 o'clock; Dr. L. E. Barthnress lecture on nar-
CtiC Woman's Alliance will be hostess for informal eve-
nlng of cards and social time at home- of MraTJ. -AtVDev- v y
era. 1375 Market street. Friends of church welcome.
Capital auxiliary No. .11. Patriarch" Militant. L O,
O F1 kali, 8 o'clock. All members wear dress uniform.
Ladles Aid of the Woman's Relief Corp, Fair--grounds,
for all day meeting. Potluck dinner at noon. .
, M FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27 ." -
Leslie Can Do class, with Rev,, and Mrs. S. Darlow t
Johnson, 7:30 o'clock. , - " ; ; ; ; , f-
Nebraska association, 6:30 o'clock, potluck. dinner,
St Paul's parrlsh house on ChemekeU street; bring own
table service; program planned.-
-Mrs. Nellie Raho hostess to Woman's Bible class of .
First Methodist church, at her home 835 D street. '
Salem Woman's club, board meeting 2Jbclock; bus-
iness meeting 2:30 o'clock; program in charge of art ,
department end tea meeting 3 o'clock. y , r . :
First Spiritualist church circle. George II. Stod- .
dard home, 1420 North Fourth street, 8 o'clock.' ? .
Salem Folk Win Praise
i One of the outstanding musical
events of the year at the Univer
sity of Oregon was the winter
concert of ' the polyphonic Choir,
given last Thursday evening, and
in which Salem students . took
prominent parts. The choir, un
der the direction of Arthur Board
man,, and accompanied by the or
gan and piano gave a spirited and
powerful program which drew
praise from all over the campus
and Eugene. ;
Nancy Thlelsen, one of the most
popular and tale ted etudenta at
the University, sang first spprano,
Helen Ashlimen sang second so
prano, Margaret Simms, first
Lcontralto. Marjorle Marcus, sec-
ona contsaito and Edward jrisner
sang bass. Miss Thielsen is also
one of the directors of the choir.
which undertakes a type of sing
ing very beautiful butvery diffi
cult, because eight parts are sung
Instead of the customary four.
Toe program was varied, in
cluding the Bach chorale. -"Deck
Thyself. My Soul'; , Tschaikow
skiX "Hymn to the Trinity;
Beethoven's joyous "Alleluia";
Plantation Days", a choral cycle
by N. Clifford Page; and Gou
noud's "Gallia. .which contains
the magnificent song of praise;
Jerusalem."; , : :
A second distinction, to be won
by a Salem 1 woman In the uni
versity was the ovation given Miss
Thielsen for her work' as "Viola"
in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night
presented by dramatlc'department
of the university. . ; . ; .
Perrydalel The Women's club
met in the basement o the church
for their program Friday after
noon. Each member' gave a
short talk on George Washing
ton and the rest of the afternoon
was spent in sewinr. Those
present ' were Mrs. William Sta
pelton, Mrs. I D. L. Keyt, Mrs. P.
Ribbers,, Mrs. MaHood, Mrs. E.
Jennings, Mrs. H. G. Keyt, Mrs.
Molenaar. Mrs. Van Staavern,
Mrs. Gilliam. Mrs. Earl. Mrs. O.
A. Woods, Mrs. Paisley, Mrs. P.
Zumwalt, Mrs. H. A. Lee. Mrs.
H. J. ElUott. Mrs. Herman Mai
ler, -Mrs. ( Ned row. These club
meetings are-held the third Fri
day of each month and ell ladies
in the community are asked to
come and enjoy the afternoon."
Fiiift KaiMlwH, Bread
. Wheat Cereal aad Cream
Poached JL'gT Havered Toast
Fnait Bread Sandwirbca
.. . " . Ti Of - Milk
-. :' Peach -Saac. '
- Dinner . .
Cora i5foffla Baked Potato
Bread ! Peaek Jam
Soar llilk .Cfcorotat Cake. Trotted.
, ; Coffee 1 .
.. r. r- . ;
Fruit Sandwich Bread
' up rrakam floor .. !
1 cop white floar -v'-
S-3 cap aacmr -
1 teaspooa aalt
4 teaapewaa bakiaf powder
M eop chopped natt
4 cap fhopped eaadiei arsnt peel
V rnp raiaiei f -
1 efg . j '- 5 . -
H ps aitlk 1 ; :- -
Mix ingredients and pour into
large, buttered loaf pan. Let rise
15 minutes. Bake 50 minutes. .
Cor Souffle, acrving
4 taklespooaa batter - "
tabletpoona floor - : "f ' 'r- 'l
I teaapoea aalt
5 capa milk .y-.' ''
t eapa eaaaed -eora , -
1 t hies Boon finely eaepped oorion 'J':.
1 tabieapooas chopped pimentos :- '
S Ub4espoaa chopped celery
4 ers 7Ika ; . ' : -
4 whites,' beakea . ' '
Melt butter and add flour, -salt
and milk. Cook until very ihick
sauce forms. - stir constantly.
Add corn, seasonings and . egg
yolks, and beat 'three minutes.
Fold in eft whites. Pour into
buttered baking dish. Set in pan
of hot water and bake 10 minutes
la moderately slow oven., .
- Vegetable Salad r
2.-CBPS chopped cabkasa " " -
l eup koDDed relerv . ; - -r - .
2 tablespoon 'chopped oims'
l'enp grea bean ; . . t '
enp diced cooked carrots 1 : '
1 teaspooa salt ' 7 ,
H teaspoon paprika : . j "
1-3 enp aala4 reinr
Chill ingredients and combine.
Today V Menu
Card Party Plannecl :.
At J. M. Devers Home
A pleasant evening la being an
ticipated ' by members of the
Woman's Alliance' of the Unitar
ian church when the group and
its - husbands together with
friends of the church will ' meet
Thursday night at the J. M. De
vers home. 1375 Market street,
for a social evening of cards..
Plans have been made for. en
tertainment for those j folk: who
do not like to play cards. ? Mrs.
John Pollock Is chairman of the
committee on arrangements. -.
- ' :
-Bethel. A benefit card party,
sponsored by the Bethel' Dorcas
club was held at the home of
Mrs. Harry Boles on the Pen
Road Friday afternoon. Flowers
and greenery were used ' in the
guest rooms where "500" was in
play at seven tables.
The! first prise was won by
Mrs. Josle Fredrickson and Mrs,
F. Kaschio ; won the second prize.
Those present ? were Mrs. W.
Merritt. , Sylvia v Furlough. Mrs.
Ferguson. Mrs. Gladys Eoff, Mrs.
Francis Clark, Mrs. E. .N. Simon,
Mrs. Roy Stevens," Alice Smith.
Mrs. Warren Creech, Mi's, f Josle
FredericksonMre. , Sachler, Mra.
Cass Nichols, Mrs. F. Raschio,
Mrs. W.T Brlnkley, Mrs. J. M.
Nichols. Mrs. H. H. Simon Mrs.
Herman Tasto, Mrs. Pugh. Mrs.
J. A. Gosser, Mrs. Joe .Williams.
Mrs. Arnold Spranger, Mrs. 'John
Haln. Mrs. Sontainl, Mrs. Harry
Young, Mrs. J. G. 1 Lauderback,
Mrs. Mae Herrlll, Mrs. M. R.
Ganter, Mrs. Ed , Kitchen, Mrs.
Brabec, Mrs. Leo ' Raet, Mrs. w.
G. Gerkhe, and Mrs. Harry Boles,
Mrs. J. M. Nichols, Mrs. W. T.
Brlnkley, Mrs. Roy Stevens and
Mrs. Cass Nichols assisted Mrs.
Boles at the tea hour.
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Zena. Wahslnkeeyah, local
campfire - organization, met at
the home of the guardian, Mrs.
R. C. Shepard at Zena Friday
night. "Assistant guardian, Mrs.
V.-A. Stratton, assisted in award
ing honor beads to each member.
The girls strung - their beads
while at the Shepard home. Miss
Eula Smith, president, presided
at the business meeting, hearing
reports of . various Zena officers
end committees, and heard dis
cussions on ways - to raise funds
for the campfire work. - Camp
fire songs were sung by the
group under the leadership of
Miss Julia Shepard. song leader.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. V. A. Stratton
Friday, March ty Guests present
were V. A. Stratton and son Jul
ian, R. C. Shepard, Ardon and
Joe "Shepard, Mrs. .W. N. Craw
fard, Wilms Crawford. Members
present were Mrs. R. C. Shepard,
Mrs. V. A. Stratton. Eula and 11a
Smith; Olive and lis Ann Strat
ton, Jl Marie Versteeg. Lois Wil
son. Julia and Ruth Shepard and
Alice Crawford. .
-' ;" : i "'' yy i i -'.
Bethel Friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Doles met for an in
formal "500" party at the Boles
home Friday evening. Mrs.; Boles
and Royc Stevens won. the high
scores. a ' -
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Clearwater and. Billy
of Rickey. Mr. and Mrsk Roy
Stevens and Bertha ot West ."Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Creech.
Isabelle and Ha May, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Spranger and Min
alee, Mr. and Mrs. Cass NkBols,
Mr. and Mrs. John Haln, Mr. and
Mrs. J. o. Lauderback and Mr.
and, Mrs. Harry Boles, Evelyn
and Norma June. Refreshments
were served at a late hour. ;
Independence The ' Kill-Kare
club met .Friday evening for a no
host dinner at the Olson cafe. '
- After the dinner . hour ,the
guests went to the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bus Sloper,' where three
tables of "500" were in progress
during the-evening. High honors
going to the hosts. Mr. and-Mrs.
J. H. Hart were rpecial guests or
the evenlng '.y. . r,. . '.
LIQUID or .TABLETS
Cure Coldsi Headaches, Fever
6 6 6 SALVE
CURES BABY'S COLD
- a. d m . Jk
; Mrs. J". T. BUleter and Mrs. B.
J. Ramseyer were Joint hostesses
for a delightful luncheon, and In
formal -afternoon In, compliment
to Mrs.: Dale Taylor Monday af
ternoon. - , 'y , ' 'm,'
'. Guesta were 'received " for." one
o'clock . luncheon at the ' Bllleter
home.. Artistic arrangement ef
spring if lowers in, pastel shades
centered the luncheon tables.
Following the luncheon hour
the -guests progresses to the Ram
aeyer home where an attractively
Informal afternoon of '.con versa"
tion, swing : and, contest games
was . spent.s Gay spring flowers
were . also used . to give added
brightness to the guest rooms pf
the Ramseyer home, x .
. Guests Invited In compliment to
Mrs. Taylor were Mrs.W?. Earl
Cochran, Mrs. Wi S.. Foster, Mrs.
Charles F. Davis; Mrs. T. A. Raf
fety. Mrs. K. H. Pickens, ; Mrs. W.
J. Nelson, Mrs. H. S. Gile, Mrs.
B. E Sisson, Mrs. W, C, Pickens,
Mrs. Harry Harms, Mrs. Guy E.
Irwin Mrs. . E. H. Bingenheimer,
Mrs. C K. Haynes, Mrs.. Fred
Hersch, Mrs. B. C. Ramseyer. Mrs.
O. H. Pickens. Mrs. Thomas Roen,
Mrs. Newell Williams, Mrs. Rob
ert - Travis of . McMinnville and
Mrs. M. R. Irish of . Euge'ne.
m , . s .i :
Woodburn Tea Aids.
: Woodburn- The annual' Mar
tha Washington tea,' given 'by the
Woodburn Woman's club in the
Woodburn St. Luke's community
ball Friday night was a success.
A program and supper were the'
main attractions at the tea.
Piaao duet. ClaoAia : Donnely avnd
Mary. Elisabeth Weia. .
Readlnira, Viola Mills.
Reading by Thelma A"bury.
Tap dan-e 3lta Ma Hunt. '
Iia.Het Bernlc Kuenatinpr.
SsxUt by. Glrla Glee club.
Piano solo. Miss Helen McPher-
son. .. '
Dance by Kathleen Shore t, Rita
Bckr, Lola-. Proctor anil . Ursula
I ianc, uonni conyne. :
Trio.- Girls Glew club.
Hunt. Thelma Anonby, and Geraldine
The Martha-.Washington tea
has been used . as a method - of
raising .money ' for the library
board by the" Woman's club for
24 - years. The growth of the
Woodburn library through the
help of the club has been Teessur
lng. At first, the library was sit
uated, over the old bank of Wood-
burn building, a donation by
John Poorman. Later, it was
moved to an old 'building across
from the post office. "In June,
1914, the library was moved to
the present brick structure.
Large Party Given
At Hubbard Home .
Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Braden entertained at "500" at
their country home east of Hub
bard Saturday evening.
r High acores were held by Mrs.
Charles Moore and John Smoln la
ky' and second place went to Mrs.
Albert Smith and C. H, Cleaver.
The proceeds of the party . were
added to the general fund of the
Hubbard Woman's -club. -
Refreshments were served by
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ella
Stauf fer, Mrs. Neva McKensie and
Mrs. Louise Crimps.
Present were Mrs. Alice Weav
er, .Miss Frances Weaver, Mr. and"
Mrs. A. J. Smith, Mrs. Julius
Stauf fer, air. and Mrs. Elmer
Stauf fer, Mr. and,-Mrs. '.Lester
WilL Mr. and Mrs. Edward An
derson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fobert,
Mr. and Mrs. Elton McLaughlin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smolnlsky, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. Ne
va McKensie, Dr. and Mrs C. J.'
Ebner. ' Mr, and Mrs. ' George
Grlmps, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Moo-
maw, Mr. .and-Mrs. Waldo F.
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clear
er. Mr. and -Mrs. Orlis Boje, and
Mr; and Mrs. L. A. Braden. -
- - -
of the KVanitles'
New. York sets
JRIENDS are sure to admire
your hair when you begin doing
it like so many of New York's
smartest girls are doing theirs!
- A little Danderine on yeur
brush each time you arrange
your hair is all It takes. But how
Your : hair becomes softer,
fluffier, easier to arrange.-' It
stays In place.. Oily film Is re
moved from- the hair. Ita full,
natural color is brought out. It
is given new life and sparkle!
v A' Danderine hair cleanse apd
your halr'iooks Its loveliest!
Waves" -set" with tt look nicer;
stay in longer. . v , - V"
.The worst crust of dandruff if
promptly dissolved 1y Danderine.
It cleanses, soothes. Invigorates
the' scalp-. -Jenger,' thicker, more
abundant hair- invariably . follows
Its regular use. More than five
million bottles are used a year!
71 One AC nut e Hair Deautiper
At All Bras Stsras Thirty Five Cantf
Nebraska People : .
Meet Friday; . ' ,
, All folkseither llvlag here now
or - visiting - here who are from
Nebraska z are Invited to attend
mid-winter meeting of the Ne
braska association Friday! night
at the parrlsh hall of St.
Paul's Episcopal church on Che
meketa street. . -
- Each family is asked ; to' bring
Its 4jwn table service and the 4:
30 o'clock dinner la a potluck af
fair." Coffee will be furnish ed.'.
. A program which has been ar
ranged by William Neimeyer,
president.- Mrs. Sylvia Harxey,
and Mrs. Mary J, Wlrta.. will be
presented , following the . dinner
nour. ' ' .- . .s. . .
E; RfNiles Are
Sunday Hosts' 4"
,:t . !- ' - , ..- j.- -.
- Mr; and Mrs. E. R,. Niles were
Sunday . dinner hosts at,, their
home In compliment to out . of
town guests. y . y "
Covers were " placed for . Mr.
and Mrs. Lester . Teinery of ' Eu
gene. Robert Wain of Portland,
Mr. and . Mrs: -Don Poulln. A. T.
Waln..,R.i W. - Niles, Richard
2lles, -" and Mr. and; Mra. E. R.
Niies,..! yyyt':y:yy -Degree
of I Chivalry .
Will be Conferred y r r
Capital auxiliary Np. 11, Patri
arch Militant: will meet la the L
O. O. F. hall Thursday night at 8
o'clock. All members are asked
to wear full dress, uniform. '
-The degree of ehlyalry will be
conferred upon several candidates
by Colonel watklns and his staff
from Newberg. ! '.
P r a t a m A miscellaneous
shower was given Thursday aft
ernoon ,ln honor of; Mrs. Virgil
Bernard, nee Llllie Shut, at the
noma of Mrs. WULLIchty of Cen
Among thoe present for ; the
afternoon were the honor guest
Mrs. , Bernard; Mrs. Joe Ramsyer,
Mrs. "Claude .'Ramsden, ' Mrs.
Charles1 Meyer, Mn. Fred "Cornu,
Mrs.- Herman Kleen. Mrs. John
Altnff, Mrs. Oscar Meyer, Mrs.
Magdelena 1 Meyer, -Mrs. Elmer
Hansen. Miss Jessie GTazner, Miss
Pearl Glazner, Miss .Nettle Shutz,
Miss Myrtle Meyer1 Miss Mary
Dale, Miss Mildred Meyer, Mrs.
Alma ShutxJJUs Edith LIchty
and Mrs. Will Lichty. J
. Independence The Woman's
club held Its regular meeting
Tuesday- afternoon. , Mrs.: Delia
Butler gave an 'Interesting talk
on her trip abroad. i -..r
- Mrs. Lesley Clem's gave two'
solos, accompanied ' by Mrs. Val
in Guild, i., 1 i-j' ,
Hostesses serving were " Mrs.
O. G. McConnell. Mrs.' George
Knott and Mrs. -James Collins. -
The club la having a member
ship drive, and the next meeting,
there will be a one o'clock lunch
eon to welcome the new mem
bers. ; .'
' Independence- Mrs. Pearl Hed
ges entertained the U-Go-I-Go
club Friday afternoon, The aft
ernoon hours wefe spent In con
versation and needle work. A
dainty lunch - was served. The
service table was centered with
early spring decorations. I
Members present I were Mrs.
Lee O'Kelley, ' Mrs, Mary Beal,
Mrs. Wlllard Craven, Mrs. Elmer
Busby and Mrs. P. Jj Dickinson.,
Mrs. J. J. Fallahee of Minnea
polis, Minnesota, - la the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs: O. F. John
son. Mrs. Fallahee; who is a sis
ter of Mr. Johnson, plans to be a
guest In Salem for a fortnight.
y-r- ?-: i :
I 1931,Licgstt k Mvrss Tobacco Co.
Mrs. Nellie Rahe.
The Woman's Bible class of
the First Methodist church will
hold Its regular monthly meeting
at the home of Mrs. Nellie Rahe,
835 D street, Friday afternoons
- Mrs. , Effie Dunlap will hare
charge of devotions and Mrs.
Edna Waterman and Mrs. E. E.
Roberta' have arranged the pro-
The Royal "Neighbors sewing
club will -meet with Mrs. Carrie
Bunn at her home 223S Hazel
avenue, for -An all day; meeting
today. JL potluck luncheon will
be served at noon.
:y. . v ;:; ..
The First Snlritiialfar ohMmh
circle will be held at the home of
ueorge . Stoddard, . 1420 North
Fourth street, Friday at 8 o'clock.
-, Fewer Chicago children were
killed by automobiles In 1930
than- any year since 191S.
. TThis is the hosiery that is making
- Johnson's famous . . Join the j
. . satisfied customers.,
a new and fine assortment
'-'j:. - ; ;j.;'of y -'y:f
Costume . Je welry
EYIS LV1AY FOOL Yy
:..-y- , r -:ly ' . , ; : . ' ,- y-: - , ."
tAsti tells the Truth!
STi'GE SCEflfli IS
HE 0? STIEiiTS
If one should happen to go up
the steps to the fourth floor of
Waller . hall on . the Willamette
university ampus any day and
some nights, he would probably
hear the sound of pounding ham
mers, grinding . saws, and enthu
siastic yolces. .-''Jf '-v.,'
y In" answer to any Inquiries, the
visitor would probably be inform
ed that members of the Tbeta Al
pha Phi dramatic fraternitx were
in their workshop knocking to
gether or apart various ilts" of
scenery or stage properties. - :-
The workshop occupies a room
about 30 feet by 4 0 . feet in size
and is fitted with hammers,' brace
and bitts. g, saw. a wood chisel and
an odd assortment of nails, car
pet tacks, glue, and paint. A few
464 State Street
The Store for Ladies
Is there a crash coming!
Will the inside cars side
swipe when they pass? Look
again before you leapt.
poxes oftinsel and the like ire
on the shelves. '
Four sections of stage scenery
are under construction and it in
hoped by members that at least
12 sections will be completed Vy
the end of the year. Twelve- sec
tions wll Icomplete a new stage
setting which will be in the form
of-a room which can be knocked
down and changed at the desire or
the directors. .
A plan is under way for adop
tion of uniform traffic ordinances
In all Texas-towns of the Rio
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