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The OREGON' STATESMAN, Saltsu Oregon, Tuesday Morning. : Jane 23, 1931
Olive U. Doak, Society Editor
Mrs. Henry. Lee to
Present Class '
. In Recital
Mrs. Henry Leq will press a her
fmpils la piano recital, Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock, in the Wom
an's club house on North Cottage
? street. AU parents and friends in
terested re cordlaly inTited.
Mrs. Lee -will be assisted by
Mrs. A. J. Arehart. vocalist , and
the Salem string quartet, compos
ed of Delbert Jepsen, 1st violin.
Chris Seeley 2nd Tiolin; 'Tiola.
Saul rollnofsky and cello, Henry
Leo. The program will include:
Duet, Santa ' Lucia Kuchen
meister LuCile Wilson, Patsy
The Toy Maker's Dream, Gold
en Janet Fryer. .
Holland, Thompson Patsy
Dance- of the Robins, Deppen
Trio. Falry Dance, Mattingly
Barbara Miller, Mary Louise Ritt
ner, Jeanette Arehart. .
Serenade, Lange Luclle Will
son. France, Thompson Barbara
Germany, Thompson Mary
Trio, In High Spirits, Sartono
i Ruth, Wilson, Betty Boyle,. Anita
Vocal Solo, Youth and Spring,
Stelned Mrs. A.-J. Arehart.
Minuet in G, Beethoven Bar
bara Compton. - -
Dance of the Rain Drops, Ad
ams Norma jean oiiDerison.
j Frolic of the Winds, Dixon
" Ruth Alice Grant.
String Quartet, (a) Romance,
Mozart; (b) Spanish Dance, Al-benlz.
Pizzicato Garotte. Bellbes
Duett. In the Arena, Engel
mann Betty Boyle, Ruth Wil
son. Dance Hungrolse, Duval An
ita Savage. .
Woodland Frolics, DIxoH
Duett, Royal 'March, Sousa
Anita Savage. Mary Allen.
: Scarf Dance, Chaminade Ruth
The Myrttes, t Nachs Delia
Rhapsodic Mignon, Koller
Duett, Dance of the Imps, Hit
ler. ' . ,
Silverton Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tln Hatteberg were hosts Sunday
In observance of their 15 th wed
ding anniversary. Mrs. Hatte
berg's brothers and sisters and
their families gathered for the
-day and in 'the evening a num
ber of other friends surprised
them with an "old-time cheravarl.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Satern and family, Mr. and. Mrs.
Hans Jensen and family, Mr. and
Mrs. John Moe and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Funrue and family.
Rev. H. L. Foss, Miss Thea Jen
sen, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knnevol
mb, Mr. " and Mrs. Adolph Ilau
pen, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Iverson,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gotten berg,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin TIngelstad,
Marie TIngelstad. Mr. and Mis.
Martin Tinglestad. V
I -Mrs. Harry Hawkins and small
i daughter. Harriette, will leave
i during the week for Neskowin,
where they will spend the sum
mer at their beach cottage. Mrs.
W. R. McMurray, Mrs. Hawkln's
sister, and small son, Bobby, of
Portland, will accompany Mrs.
Hawkins to the. toast. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Rahn will occupy
the Hawkins home on Fairmount
Hill during the months of July
and August. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
J." Scellars - have : just recently:
purchased the . Rahn home and
xpect to "be at home to their
friends after July 1."
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Mrs. Paul Burris will enter
tain members of her bridge club
Thursday , evening in her home
on North 'Summer street. Those
In the group include. Mrs. Ed
Viesko. Mrs. George .Kelson, Mrs.
Karl Hinges. Mrs. Clifford Town
send. -Mrs. Kenneth Belle, Mrs.
Max Flannery and the hostess,
Mrs. Paul Burris.. Mrs. Henry
"Schmal will be an additional
guest for the. -evening. ; j
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! Mr. aid Mrs. V. B. Herrlck. ac
companied, by Miss Bernice Cow-'
flen, spent the week end in Sea
side. . as guests of Lieutenant W.
C. Clark. On Sunday the party
motored to Fort Stevens where
they visited friends. The group re
tprned to. Salem, late - Sunday
night. -' r -I-.-- . ,
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" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson
motored to Neskowin Saturday, to
spend the weekend with Mrs.
Dolph Craig and children. - who
are spending the summer in 'the
Patterson cottage. r
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- One of the interesting-events
of the week is the Fraternis club
plcuic supper and dancing: at
Hazel Green, Thursday evening.
The affair la fn compliment to
the wives and . sweethearts of the
rroup.-i ;- i -; .- . , , - ; j -,
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Mr.- and Mrs. U. G. Shipley ar
rived home Sunday evening from
a ten day motor trip to San Fran
cisco. They returned to Salem over
the new Redwood' highway and
report a most delightful trip i
NICE MOTHER, NICE DAUGHTER
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Maybe you didn't know it but Irene Rich, film actress, has a grownui
daughter who is just about as nice. looking as her famous mother.
This interesting picture was taken at Smith College, Northampton,
Masa- when Frances, the daughter, was graduated. Proud mother,
Irene journeyed all the way from California to attend the eommenee
Star Social Club Will
- Members of Chadwick chapter.
Eastern Star social club will hold
their . regular meeting Tuesday
afternoon In the Masonic temple.
Both bridge and! -500" will be
played with play starting prompt
ly at 2 o'clock. f
Mrs. Thelma Green, general
chairman, will have as her as
sisting committee, Mrs. Nellie
Tsylor, Mrs. Leila Palmer and
Miss Gussie Nlles. Miss Bertha
Babcbck, Miss Dorothy Bosshard,
Miss Elva Nissen, Miss Margaret
Smith and Miss Hazel Johnson.
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Silverton Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Storruste entertained at dinner
Sunday in honor of the baptism
of their daughter and the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanne-
rud who have been visiting here
from Bend. The Storruste baby
has been : named j Ragnhild Ger
trude Storruste wh-ile the Sanne
rud daughter was named Marilyn
Mae, - j ;
- Covers at Sunday's dinner were
placed for Rev. and Mrs. H. L.
Foss, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, Mr.
and Mrs., John Goplerud and fam
ily,. Mr. and Mrs.! .Andrew Haere,
Sylvia Haere. Mrs. Marie Gople
rud, Peggy Goplerud. Mr. and
Mrs. Sannerud and Mr. and Mrs.
Storruste. t i :
Thursday night. Mrs. Marie Go
plerud entertained in honor of
her daughter and son-In-law,-JMr.
and Mrs. Harry Sannerud. At this
time covers were? placed for Mr.
and Mrs. Storruste, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C Goplerud r and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Haere, Miss Syl
via Haere, Mr. and Mrs. Sanne
rud, Miss Peggy Goplerud and
The Sanneruds who have been
uests of Mrs. Goplerud left Sun
day afternoon for Bend.
Mrs. Elise Hamble and daugh
ter, Jean, left Monday for Chi
cago to spend the summer. Mrs.
Hamble expects to attend sum
mer school at the University of
Chicago during a part "of her va-catfon-later
going on to New
York where she will be the guest
of relatives and friends. Mrs.
Hamble and daughter will return
to Eugene in time for fall regis
tration, of city schools,, of which
Mrs. Hamble is a member of. the
Mrs. Arthur i Gibbard and
daughter, Esther, have taken a
cottage at Neskowin for the sum
mer. The GibDardg have recent
ly moved into a home on North
Summer street, which will be oc
cupied during the summer by
Mrs. J. Norine Fick and daugh
ter, Ruth, while the Gibbards are
at the coast. :: i :
Salem camp NoL 118. W. O. W.,
was well represented Monday eve
ning in Silverton, when four au
tomobile loads of members, in
cluding lodge officers, attended"
the regular meeting of the Silver
ton lodge. i
.'Honoring''. Mrs.! Herehei - Power
of Portland, who is- the house.
guest of Mrs. WtI. Staley, Mrs.'
H. R. Worth has: Invited, a group
of friends for luncheon- on Fri
day. Three tables of bridge will
be in play during the afternoon.
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Mr. and . Mrs. A. L. Skewis
made a weekend trip to Camp
Clatsop to visit their sons. Billie
and Robert, who are , attending
summer camp, j
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Mr.and Mrs. A. E. Mack and
sons, Austin . -and Roy, plan to
leave Wednesday for a two weeks'.
motor trip to San Francisco.
j ; V SOCIAL CALENDAR j
Wednesday, June 2i
Leslie Can-Do's will meet fnr n m r,i..u
at C. S. Teeple home, on Wallace Road. All families ahd
friends Invited. .. ; . , . ,
Presbyterian Ladies Aid society will meet Wednes
day, 2:30 p. m. at home of Mrs. W. N. Savage. 1133
Friday, June 26
Women's Auxiliary St. Paul's Episcopal church at
home ot Mrs. U. G.. Shipley, 148 E. Washington street,
Fairmount Hill, Friday 2:30 o'clock. i i ,
Aumsville Club Guest
At McClellan Home
- Aumsville The last meeting
of the Aumsville - Women's club
was held Thursday afternoon in
West Stayton at the home of,
Mrs. Jennie McClellan.' Boquets
of early summer flowers were ar
tistically arranged about the
guest rooms. ,
Mrs. Jennie McClellan, the pre
sident, was in charge of the busi
ness session during which the fol
lowing officers were elected for
the ensuing yearr Mrs. Kitty
Towl, president; Mrs. Ben Ran
som, vice president; Mrs. Gladys
Claxton, secretary; Mrs. Mary
HIghberger, treasurer. -
r At the closing hour a dainty
lunch was served by the hostess
who was assisted by her' daugh
ter, Mrs. L. R. Neal and by her
granddaughters. Merle and Gwen
I Special guests for the afternoon
were: Mrs. F. M. Williams and
Mrs. J. B. Bourne, both of Salem
and Mrs. L. R. Neal and small
daughter, Pauline, of Silverton.
- Club members present were:
The hostess, Mrs. Jennie McClel
lan. Mrs. Lutie Fuson, Mrs. Mary
Hem, Mrs. Mary HIghberger, and
small daughter. Virgeane. Mrs.
Margaret Martin and daughters,
Merie. Gwen and Charlotte, - Mrs.
Millie Martin. Mrs. Ursula Pierce,
Mrs. Bess. Ransom, Mrs. Susan
Ransom. Mrs. Irma Speer, Mrs.
Kitty Towle and Mrs. Gladys
Brush College Mr. and Mrs.
Charles McCarter were compli
mented with a surprise affair, on
their 25ta wedding anniversary
Wednesday evening. A specially
interesting feature ot the event
was a five-tiered, beautifully dec
orated wedding cake, made by
Mrs. V. Lee Gibson. A pleasant
social evening was enjoyed, fol
lowed by delicious refreshments.
The guest group Included the hon
or guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D.
Henry, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy E.
Barker, Mr." and Mrs. L. Frank
Matthews and Daughter Marjorle,
Mrs. w. F. Crawford and daugh
ter Hilda,- Mr. and Mrs: Ralph H.
bcott and son Donald. Mr. m1
Mrs. W. W. Henry, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Ewjng i and two children,
Mr. and Mrs. John . Schindler,
Mrs. Esther Oliver, Dr. and Mrs.
C. L. Blodgett, Burl Oliver. Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Smith and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Buell,
Mrs. D. N.- Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Smith and family, Mr.
and Mrs. V. Lee Gibson, Mr. and
Mrs. Canoy. Mr. and Mrs. ; Cash
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs.- A. L. Ken
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver. Whitney
and children Margaret and Loyal,
and Mrs. Ed McDonald.
The Women's Auxillay of the
St. Paul Episcopal , church, will
meet .Friday ; afternoon - at the
home of Mrs. U, G. Shipley. 148'
E. Washington street, .Fairmount
Hill. . .
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Miss Doris Clarke will return
Thursday from Seabeck. Wash
ington, where she has been for
the past ten days attending the
annual Y. W. C. A. conference, i
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Mr. and Mrs. A. E. ' Utley and
son Billio left a . few days ; ago
for a two weeks' motor trip td
Los Angeles,; California. :
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid so
ciety will meet Wednesday at 2:30
P. m. at the home of Mrs. W. N.
Savage. 1433 State street. - j
Civil Service is -.
Preliminary petition for an ini
tiative measure- repealing the
civil service law In Multnomah
county was. presented to the sec
retary of state here Monday by
George Bylander of Portland. '
Because , of a minor error the
petition was taken back to Port
land for ; correction. A Bylander
aid It, would be returned here
today.- , - i .' . .
The Itv provides that initia
tive petitions shall contain the
signature of approximately 17,
500 votert anrt thill be filed In
the state department not later
than July l, 1932.
Smart Teja Honors
; Bride-Elect ;
In compliment to Miss Virgin
la' Sisson, popular bride-elect,
whose marriage to Gordon "Ben
nett, will be solemnized at a
large formal church . wedding, 4
o'clock Sunday, Mrs. E. V. Mc
Mechan and Mrs. Clifford Farm
er, will entertain Tuesday after
noon. In the Farmer home, with a
miscellaneous shower and after
noon of bridge, with additional
guests calling at the tea hour.
.,. Garden flowers. In pastel tints,
will be combined in floral decora
tions, card accessories and table
appointments. - ? .
Mrs, B. E. Sisson, mother of the
bride, will preside at the tea ta
ble while the Misses Maxlne My
ers and Helen Olson will assist
the hostesses during the after
noon. Little Mary Elizabeth Sis
son, sister of the bride-elect, will
greet the gnesU at the door.
The guest list for the afternoon
will . include the Misses Ruthlta
Hoffnell,. Catherine Corey, Mar
garet Drager. Mvra Belt. Carolvn
Braden, Josephine McGilchrlst,
Margaret JEVagner, Dorothy White.
Ruth Fick, Alida Olson, Dorothy
Moore. Miss Reed. Lillian Rft.
Margaret Engel, Kathryn Laugh
ridge, . Pauline Flndley, Edith'
jrinaiey, ; wilda Fleener, Rosalie
Buren. Viralnin Holt. Pun
Goodfellow, Esther Wood, and
Miss Beryl Holt, Miss Carlotta
Croley. Mrs. Harrv Miller. Mm.
James ' Tonne Xfra W t a t.
lor, Mrs. A. E. Bennett, Mf. Ed
win Baker. Out of town guests
will be Mrs. C. B. Martin, Port
land, Miss Wanda Reed and Miss
Mildred Mitchell of Lebanon;
Local Girls Appointed
Rainbow Officers 4
At a state assembly of Rainbow
Girls held recently fa La Grande,
Miss Eleanor Wright was appoint
ed 'grand worthv associate advis
or. Virginia Toney of McMInn-
Tiue was elected grand worthy
advisor for Oregon. Mrss Jean
Foot, also of Salem, was appoint
ed to the office of "service."
Other officers Included: Her
berts Chandler, Baker, grand sis
ter of chart tv: Enid Stiff. Port
land, grand sister of hope; Isabel
Waning. Albany, grand sister of
Mary Hammon of Portland waa
appointed grand recorder, and,
Helen Emery of Portland was
made .grand treasurer, both ap
pointments being made by Eliza
beth. Tipton, acting suDreme
Miss Toner annotated ISdna
Brown, La Grande, drill leader;
Edna Haines, Dallas, chaplain;
Helen Hadley, Silverton, organ
ist: Jessie Hulerv. Corvallls. choir
director; Dorothy "Auster, Wood-
ourn, sister of love; Eleanor Suth
erland, The Dalles, religion; Al
lie Simmons, .Vernonia, nature;
Jean Allison. Cottage Grove, im
morality; Harriett Hanson, Port
land, fidelity; Elizabeth Royes,
Portland, patriotism; Jean Foot,
Salem, service: Katherina Cole
man, Eugene, confidential observ
er; .Alice smitn. Rainier, outer
observer, and Alice Ryan, New-
Mr. "and Mrs. W. L. Meeker left
during the weekend by motor for
Baker, where they will spend the
next two weeks vacationing.
SILO Ml LAID
WASHINGTON", Jane Jc-CAP)
A new plan for dealing with
the silver problem will be laid be
fore President Hoover tomorrow,
by Chairman Smoot of the senate
In - advance his discussion
with the 'chief executive Smoot
would not reveal the nature of his
proposal. The senator will be ac
companied to the conference by
W. Mont Ferry, J. O. Elton, E. J.
Radditz and George Snider of Salt
Lake City, all of whom are con
nected with the silver Industry.
The president's action on war
debts and reparations brought
from those who have been seek
ing an international silver confer
ence renewed demands today for
steps to solve the silver problem.
Senator King, . democrat of
Utah, voiced his view in a formal
statement saying: -
"If; it was important' for the
president of the United States 40
cast the influence ot this great re
public into the scales to avert im
pending political and economic
distress In Europe I submit It is
of greater Importance that the
United States should take the lead
In bringing the nations' together
for the purpose of dealing In a
fundamental" way with the money
and. credit system of the world.
King, contended much of the
world's economic trouble Is due
to the demoralization of silver.
h. ma. w. 11
Promotion of Herb Savage and
William Hunt, long-time members
of Salem's fire , department,- to
the rank of captain yesterday
marked the opening of the South
Salem fire station on Lincoln and
Liberty streets. For the time be
ing the men will be assigned to
the North Salem station for
training but within a few weeks
they will change places with Cap
tains C. Thrapp and Robert
Mills who are temporarily . in
charge of the newly opened -station,
At the same time Hutton an
nounced that he had transferred
six newly chosen firemen from
the downtown station to the
South Salem station. These men
are John Olson, Clem Shedeck,
Ray Nash, E. Chamlee, Charles
Elliott; Ialo Smith.
A 600-gallon Seagrave pumper
was moved from the downtown
station to the suburban one. This
is the third sub-station to be
built and, put In operation for the
Salem fire department. The first
one completed was on State
street, the second In North Sa
Do favorite foods sometimes disagree, esualnf
that tamy fullness, burning aournees, belching,
naoaea. upset stomach, etc? TUMS a new
Antacid mint givea almost frri mediate relief.
Simply cat three or four TUMS after meals
often one ia enough. Delicious, sweeten the
breath. At any drag store only 10c :
JELLY AND JAM MAKERS USE REFINED
All 'over the country you will
find housewives nsing refined cane
sugar for making their jellies,
jams and preserves. Experience
proves that cane sugar insures
The housewife who takes ad
vantage of the low price of sugar,
also the bargains in fresh fruit,
can put away preserves for the
winter at a real saving. .
; Canned fruit and preserves of
all kinds belong in the diet. What's
more, they make meals more en
joyable. . JeD ies are fine accompani-
ments for meat as well as a
spread for bread, and canned
fruits make delicious desserts and
salads. Preserve with refined cane
tugar. The Sugar Institute.
Col. Bartramis -r
Here For Visit
Colonel W. B. Bartram, former
manager of tbe penitentiary flax
department and secretary-treasurer
of the Oregon linen mills, was
in the city yesterday. He has just
returned from New York where
he has made a stndy of various
phases of the flax situation. He is
at his home in Dallas. ' , - - .
Miss Lena Belle Tartar Is in
Corvallls visiting at the home of
her parents. She will return to
Salem Wednesday. -
drastic cut in tBe tobacco
acreage is being urged by .farm
leaders In North Carolina. , 1
PORTLAND, Ore., Jane 1
(AP) J. E. Bennett, state aen
ator from Multnomah eonnty, an
nounced today he .would so to
Salem Tuesday to ask: Governor
Julius L. Meier to call special
session of the legislature to, con
sider a legislative program for
improving the economic (Situation
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Senator Bennett's plan propos
es flotation of $50,000,000
bond issue to be nsed for loans
on improved real property; down
ward revision of the automobile
license fee; ft tax on chain stores; 1
legislation to encourage . use ot
home-made products; reduction
In governmental costs; memor
ialization of the Mv?ell-to-doM of
the state to withdraw rrora the
labor market; and to hear, such
proposals as the governor . may
Senator Bennett issued, a
statement In which he said : the
proposed bond issue would mean
neither more debt nor more tax
es but would enable citizens to
save themselves from mortgage
foreclosures or financial distress
by borrowing, money from the
state at not more than S per
cent interest Hi said he be
lieved circulation,, ofc the S50,
000,000 would : bring still more
money into circulation.
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