PAGE EIGHT The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon,. Thursday Mornln sr. "August 27, 1 931 ociety Prominent Salem Folk To Leave ; This Week - . ' 1 r. All Interest among the college and hi school set' of Salem so ciety. Is being centered on the for- - mal lea given Saturday anernoon from 2-6 -at the Delta Phi rororlty house, by a group of Intimate friends of tne nonor guesis. in nTnni!mftt.toMi83 Mildred Rob erts and Miss Roberta Smith, who ar leaving Salem within the next week.' 1 Mis Roberta Smith, accompan ied by her mother Mrs. Dean Ad - ams, are planning to leave Sep tember 5th, for Salt Lake City. TJtah. where they will make their home. A" number of delightful in formal are being arranged to - compliment Mrs. Adam and-her daughter neiore leaving. , . Uln T?Virt tn rnmnaiiT with lier mother. Mrs. John J. Roberts arrived la Salem daring the latter Dart of June, from Dresden. Gef " many, where Miss .Roberta has been doing Intensive violin work at " the Dresden conservatory of music for the past two years. Dur ing their stay in Salem numerous distinctive Informal and formal " affairs have been arranged In compliment to the prominent Sa lem people. The greater part of their summer vacation was spent In their summer home at Agate - beach where a number of smart informal affairs were enjoyed. Mrs. Robert and daughter Mll- . dred are making plans to leave Salem Monday for New York, where they will sail for the Ger man music center for an indef inite stay. Friday evening Miss Roberts has Invited guests for six tables of bridge at her country home at Robert station," where he will entertain In the form of a fare well to her many Salem friends before departing. for the Europe an continent. Those bidden are: The Misses Beulah Bailey. Iso bel George. Lorraine KInzer. Cyn thia Delano. Viola Crozier, Maxine Myers. Gwendolyn Stollker, Es ther Wood, Roberta ' Smith, Jean Eastrldge, Margaret Burdette. Margaret Evans. FrancI Marie Cupper, Ruth Brledweil, Margaret En gel, Dorothy Corey, Margaret Corey, Phyllis Day. Betty-Read. Hazel Johnson, Claudlne ' Guef froy. Kathryn Hay ward, Francis Martin and the hostess, Mildred , Roberts. - ; Mrs. Gwendolyn' Stollker will - also, entertain In 'her home on High street during the latter part of the week In compliment to Miss Roberts. Jefferson Mr. and Mr. E.'F. - Powell and children. Donna June and Gene returned the first of the week from a - vacation trip to , Tillamook. Pattern . By ANNE ADAMS .Here Is a frock that combines many of the most complimentary features of the new mode, youth ful short sleeves,-a softly draped neckline, a suggestion of slender m o 1 d e d-to-the-f iguf e lines in slanting seaming,, a front panel - on the skirt, and a, soft sash that marks, the waist without defining it too sharply. The sheer fabric such as georgette, chiffon, voile, or batiste are very attractive for this model, or for more general service it may be made in print ed flat crepe or canton. A. dainty print1 or one of the lovely pastels would be attractive. . Obtainable only in sizes 14, 1C. 18. 20. 32. 34, 3$. 38, 40 and 42. Size 34 requires 3 yard of 39 Inch material. 7-8 yard of 3 Inch ribbon. " Yardage for everv size. and simple, exact Instructions are ' given. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model witn our pattern. Ha areaiaaklnc aaparltnea U mat ' Mr 7 ta make tbia dmmUI with ear palter. Yardage for ear aiM. tad aimpta. exact laatraetiaaa ara g1t. 8ad fiftaaa eaiua lor each paitera. Writ plainly your Ban. aiiraa and tyte aaaibar. B isrt to iui aiae aataa. The aew spring aal (am mar pat ter eatalog featarea aa aieelleat a tort man t at aftrraoaj. a porta aa4 honaa dreaaes, liDRaHa, paiaaaae aaa kiddiee' etothaa. alaa dalishtfal aeee anrj patteras. I'rtre nf rataloz ftftrea .con I a. CaUla Ub pallara., iveaty fie eeats. Addrara alt nail and or der ta Stateanaa Pat tars Depart vra. 13 Waal I7ta alraat. Maw Vara CUT . s News and Club Olive M. Doak. W. C. T. V. Farm Home meeting Thursday, August 27. 2 p. in.; In Jason Lee church. Miss Altla Hoeket, di rector of Farm Home work, in charge of program. . Reception at Leslie Memorial church - honoring Rev. and Mrs. S. Darlow Johnson, Thursday, 8 p. m. All friends invited. i Ladies Aid of W. R. C. all day meeting, Thursday at Fairground. , ' Friday, August 28 - i .. j : :; Barbara Frietehle Tent No. ! 2. Daughters of the Uuion Veterans of the Civil War, regular meeting. Fri day. 8 p. m. at Woman's club house on North Cottage street. ' ' , . I Woman's Home Missionary society all day meet ing, Friday, in First Methodist church parlors.. Skelton F a m i ly ; Enjoy Picnic Sunday Jefferson. Aug. ! 28 -The annu al reunion of the Skelton clan was held Sunday In the grove on John Calavan's farm on the Jefferson- Marion road. At me noon nour a picnic dinner wa served. The men enjoyed a game of horse shoes, while the others bad a general good time visiting. Members of the elan attending were Mr. and Mrs, R. H. Bye and aa ar 3m. M M ntl . iir. iioueri j. uye ol ssuvBrion; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hllliker. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hllliker and baby. Mrs. Minnie Davi and daughter, Mrs. Annie Skelton. of Albany: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harnlsch and baby. Mr. and- Mrs. Thomas J. Skelton, Mr. George Skelton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox. and son George, of Dever; Miss Lena Cox. Salem: Mr. and Mrs. John Cox. Turner; Mr. Cecil Cox and daugh ters. Joan and Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. William Skelton and chil dren. Betty and Jack: Russell, Lois-and Doris Miller. Jefferson.. Invited guest were Miss Edna McClain. Albany; j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wooldrldge, Mr. ajid Mrs. Joie Wooldrldge and children Roy and Arleta: Dever; . Mrs. ; Charles Barker, St. Helens: Mrs. Lora Livingston and daughter. Lorene, Oregon City; Betty and, Buster Cox. Portland; and Mrs. Emma Miller, Jefferson. It was decided to hold next year's picnic on the second-Sunday In July, at the Bluff west of Jefferson. Japanese League Enjoy Busy I Week . The Japanese young . people's league will meet Sunday evening. August 30,, with Selka Watanabe' ai the leader. The .feature of the evening's program will be a talk by Margaret W., Stevenson who Is the director of religious education at the First' M. E. church. She will speak on f'Why Go to College" a subject that Is of vital Interest to all young people. Lucille Miles, a junior at Willamette university will give a vocal nolo "How Love ly Are Thy Dwellings." She will be accompanied by Hoshie Wat anabe. The league will meet Friday evening, August 28, for its month ly business session, with vice-president - Jessie, Fakuda presiding. (President Ross Knotts is at his home in The Dalles, Oregon, at present, but he will be with the league in September -again.) The main part o the business will be given over to! the nomination and election of new corresponding secretary, the discussing plans for Sunday school project to be ex hibited 'at the state fair and the making plans for the 'big mis sionary soclil" which will take place October 20J - Salem Girl Returns From Switzerland Word has been received in Sa lem from Professor and Mrs. A. I. Newlln (Eva. Miles). 6t their recent arrival- in ; New York City, from their former home in Gene va, Switzerland, .where their mar riage was solemnized more than a year ago. , . i , 4... ; Tey will spend a short time In New York, after which, they will go to Philadelphia for a few days, going from . there to Guil- iora college, - North Carolina, where both Professor and 'Mrs. Newlln Trill teacH" dnrlna- - the coming year. Professor Newiin will be connected with the history department of the college while Mrs. Newiin has accepted a posi tion as instructor In French and German. . Mrs. .Newiin will be re membered as Eva Miles, daugh ter -of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Miles of this city. They plan to return to Salem at the close of the school year next spring. - Mrs. Gordon MacCracken. ex- state regent of the Daughter of the American .Revolution ; and Mrs. Emil Peil of .Ashland,' rere Wednesday guests of Mis Lillian Applegate on their return from the D. A. R. convention recently held in Portland. The Ashland ladles attended the reception for Mrs. Lowell Fletcher Hobart, na tional president, of D. A. R., who has been in Portland, making her annual official visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. "Moore have returned home from an interest ing motor trip through southern Oregon. Crater Lake and Klamath Falls, returning by way of Bend, Government Camp and Portland. They were accompanied on the trip by Miss Dorothy Moore and her. house guest. Miss Evelyn Kerr of Corvallis. who will be a guest at the Moore home Until Sunday. . .. :. . Mis Alice Putnam is expectea home Sundar from .Victoria and Vancouver. B. C where she has been spending- a-week's vacation from her duties in the state high war deoartment. MIm Pntnim was accompanied 6p - the motor trip north by her sister and brotb-er-in-Iaw. Mr. and Un vvtn mun or. tugene, lomer Salem residents. - - - ' Society Editor SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday, August 27. . . ' Prominent Fotk Honored At ;. j Dinner. i . Members of the Progressive Dinner club of the First Presby terian church . entertained Tues day evening with a beautifully arranged surprise dinner, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Bar rick, la compliment to Prof, and Mrs. William H. Wright, who are leaving Salem September 1, for Ithaca. New York where they will make their home for the next two years. " 1 ' 1 ' At the table, which was lovely with Its centerpiece of pink and cream colored baby glad iolas and garden greenery, flanked on eith er side by tall lighted tapers, cov er were marked for, the honor guests, prof, and Mrr. William H. Wright. Rev. and Mrs. Glover T. Birtchet. Mr.i and Mrs.. Leslie Springer. Mr.i ani Mrs Ralph Scott, Mr. and Mrs. James L Teed, 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leach, Prof, and Mrs. Frank E. Churchill and the host and host ess. Dr. and, Mrs. Leon Barrick. During the evening, which was spent Informally In conversation, a lovely golng-away gift was pre sented to Prof, and Mrs. Wright. Pythian Sisters Honor Official Honoring Mrs. Josenh Ptunn of Portland, but formerly of Sa lem, the Pythian Sisters enter. talned Tuesday Evening with an miormai "get-togetber" to wel come the out-of-town visitor. Mrs. Pa xso n was & charter member of the Salem organization 1 25 years ago and last winter was presented with the 25th year jewel at which time the honorary degree of Past Most! Excellent Chief van rnn. ferred upon Mrs. Paxson. ; A snort Informal program con sisting of a reading by Mr. Fran cis Greenwood and a nlann by Mrs. Cornels t Stuttaford and Miss Charlotte Stuttaforri wa n. Joyed after which the group were Joined br the Knirht Tmr.iar for refreshments. Those Dresent to rtet Vri Paxson. the honor ?npt Mr. Norma Terwillfo-nr. ir Francis Greenwood, AM able Erick- son. aiable Forkner. Lillian Mar shall, Mrs. Leila Vincent. Mrs. Cornele Stuttaford. Charlotte Stut taford, Mrs. Susie Parmenter, Mrs. Mary Marshall, Maggie Knighton, Mary Aplin, Mae Rad cllff, Mary Pugh. Lettie Hanson, Laura John Jon, Lucile Compton and Jessie Arnold. Pre-NuDtial Shower J Honors Bride-to-be L One of the Informal affair nf the week was the m!artnanonji shower given Tuesday evening at me florae 01 Mrs. John Fuhrer on North Church street, compliment ing miss Claudia Plank., whose marriage to Walter Fuhrer will be solmenixed at a formal wed ding, Saturday. September 12th in the First Presbyterian church. . The evening was spent infor mally In conversation and visiting- after which refreah served. Those In. the group were: iwrs. u. a. fratt. Mr.-W. E. Han son. Mrs.- William'. Walton, Mrs. 1 a. Shields. Mrs. E..V. McMech an, Mrs. Edith Plank of Portland. aira., K. M. Smith of Corvallis, Mrs.' Marie Lftinhrf Mr. c n Richardson, Mrs. E. F. Lipp, Mrs. f. u. acapran. Mrs. Paul Fuhrer, Mrs. Jacob Fuhrer. ui ii.i. neite Lambert. Mia ttt(. k. Welbora, Stanley Welborn, Eddie t-amoert, paulle Fuhrer, and the hostesses. Mrs. John . vnv.r.- miss Aiartna Fuhrer. 1 1 Luncheon Honors Mrs. William Wright I Mrs. C P. Bishop was an Inter estine luncheon hnt in v.. heme Tuesday, complimenting mra. wiuiam wrigut. The attrac tive luncheon table arranged on the dining OOrh OTHnAr!n, Ida garden, was lovely with It dain- u coior scneme of yellow and white, tastefnllv carried n in the table service and flower ar rangement. Those chosen to com pliment the honor guest,' Mrs. Wright, .were Mrs. Oror Pirt. chet, Mrs. George Pearce, Mrs. jonn Harbison, Mrs. L. O. Clem ent. Mrs. A. F. Marcus and the hostess. Mrs. C. P. Bishop. Mrs. uurns uiueue, neice of Mrs.. C P. Bishop, assisted Informally with the serving of the guests. ; -The afternoon was enjoyed in visiting and Informal musical numbers. , - a -. ; f Jefferson Mrs. R. C. Thomas entertained with a dinner party Saturday evening honoring Miss Clara Bodley.who is aruest at the Thomas home. nd also In honors of her daughter, Florence, whose birthday .anniversary oc curred on that day. Other guests were Miss Jane. Daniels of Al bany, Roy Carpenter.' Keith. Dav is and Max Campbell of Corvallis. . ' Miss Jeanne V. Brlggs motored to Portland Wednesday, to spend the day with friends from Seat tle, Wash. Aff airs )rht it nit f?0sarmn Arranged For Wrights To jom-pliment Professor and Mrs. William Wright; who are leaving Salem ' September 2, for Ithaca,' New vTork, where they make their home for the next two years, while Professor .Wright ts taking additional work in: music, members of the choir of the First Presbyterian church will act . as host and hostess at an -informal reception, given Friday evening at 8 p. m. In the parlors of the church, which will be. beauti fully decorated in a profusion of zinnias, gladlola. oalma and gar den greenery. A aoft glow -re flected from artistically- placed flood lam pa will .add to the set ting for the affair. ' .As a "farewell recital" Profes sor Wright has arranged a short informal musical program which will include: - Organ "Evening Bells and Cradle Song" ..-.-.MacFarlane "Twilight" ... Dobson "Sylvelin" ........ .Slndlng "Isn't It True?" L.White ' - Mr. Wright "Andante" (Sonata In D Op. 137) rSchubert Miss Jeanette Scott . Aria "M'appari tutf amor" (Marta) von Flotow "The Fool Hath Said. There Is No God" O'Hara "A Fool's Soliloquy" : ..............Campbell-Tipton Mr. Wright . Organ "The Answer" : .-.Wolstentaolme ReciL: "Comfort ye my people" Air: "Every valley shall be exalted" (Masslah) ..Handel "The Ninety and Nine" .Campion 'The Twenty-Third Psalm" .. . Andrews Mr. Wright Hallelujah Chorus" (Mount of Olives) .. .'.Beethoven i Choir of First Presbyterian Church The accompaniments and organ number will be played br Prof. Frank E. Churchill, organist of the church. 1 ' At the Informal reception' fol lowing the recital,. Dr. Grover Birtchet will Introduce to the line of which will Include, Mrs. urover Birtchet, Professor and Mrs. William Wright, Professor and Mrs. Frank , Churchill. - Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Finkblner. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kenney, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scott. Members of the choir will as sist informally about the rooms during the reception. The decora tion committee will be made up of Mrs. James L Teed, chairman, Miss Helen Benner, Miss Vivian Benner and Mhs Bulkey: Ladles of the aid society will be in charge 01 tne refreshments, .with Mrs. A. L. Brown, chairman. : Mrs. George Pear. Mrs. J. N. Duncan. Mrs. V. W. Hodge and the young ladies of the choir assisting. Mrs. Charles Selgmnnd will act as chairman of the committee for ushers. E. A.' Kenney will be in charge of general arrangements for the event. Numerous Affairs Enjoyed at Silverton Silverton. Aug. 28 A surprise birthday party was given last night for Mrs. Dan Geiserand Mrs. Bertha Morley at the Morley home on Lewis street. Each wo man thought she was helping to get. up -a party on the other, and as a result both were completely surprised. , Members of the Christian church, of which both belong, attended. . - Mrs. Ed Given 3. was pleasantly surprised on the occasion of her birthday Monday night, when friends gathered on the Ablqua river for the evening. A large bonflA was the center of attrac tion. In' honor of her birthday. friends and relatives of Mrs. Au gust Lindholm gathered at her home on West Main street Satur day night. A large birthday cake, baked by Mrs. Earl DeSart, was served the guests. - Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Earl DeSart, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bown, Mr. and Mrs: C. R. Bowen of Tacoma. Mr, . and Mrs. - GId Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bentsoa. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Ax- ley, Batty Lou O'Kane, Frank Bowne, Mrs. Wanda Anderson and Arlene McMullen. Mrs. Florence Ballantyne and Miss Rosella Richardson- were joint hostesses Saturday when they entertained for their house guest. Mrs. E. H. Wetzel of Seat tle, Foar tables of bridge were in play during the afternoon. Mrs. - Wetzel returned to -her home Monday. ;..;.-. a Miss Florence Power Compliments Visitor Complimenting Miss Ada Louise Sweetland. who has been vleiting in Salem from her hbme in Mich igan, Miss Florence Power enter tained , Tuesday evening with aa informal evening of bridge in the Power home on North 13 th street. . N: , The guest list for the evening included Beta Chi sorority sisters who were chosen to greet the out-of-town guest. . - At the ta bles places were arranged for the honor guest. Ada Louise Sweet land. Rosalind Van Winkle, Vir ginia Holt, Mary Louise Aikin. Gunneil Beckett, Lore tta Fisher. Mrs. George .Thompson and the hostess, Florence Power. ' Miss Gertrude Valentine of White, South Dakota, who has been visiting at the home f Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Shields for the past fortnight, left Salem Wed nesday for Portland In company with Mrs.: Shields, where . they will visit relatives and friend for a short time before Miss Valen tine returns to her home In South Dakota. . Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Roberts and son Tommy, have returned from Neskowin where they have been spending the-entire summer . sea son at their beach cottage. Lovely Wedding . AtSundih V. . : Home w At a lovely . garden wedding solemnized Wednesday evening in the attractive garden adjoining the John Sundin home. Miss. An gela Snndln, daughter of Mr. and Mr. John . Sundin, became the bride of George Turner. Jr., ot Los Angeles, Calif. The single ring service, was read beneath as effective improvised altar erected In the grape, arbor, by Rev. Wj Earl Cochran In - toe presence of 40 guest.'' i The" bride was charming In a modish wedding town of white net- and Uk lace made with tiny cap- sleeves, tight bodice and full, ruffled tip-toe length skirt. She wore a becoming tiny, lace hat tn cap effect ,nd carried a shower bouquet' of white rosebuds,' sweet peas and-lilUes-of-the-valley. " . Mrs. D. L. Krebs of Portland, who. was her slater's . only .atten dant, wore pale pink silk dotted net.- a large' pink, mallse picture hat and- carried an arm- bouquet of pastel-colored v gladioli and rosea. . . . '.'';.' J John -Turner-, ot Los Angeles, brother of the' groom-to-be, was best man. "Proceeding the ceremony Jack Randall of Portland sang "Be cause", later giving - a group of vocal solo during the Informal reception in the living rooms ot the Sundin home, following' the wedding service. Mrs. Alta Mel dram played the recessional and processional . marches. Ices were 'cut by -Mrs. Lyman Sundin' with Mrs. John Sundin presiding at the prettily appoint ed service table. 'JUrs. P. J. Stan ley of Los Angeles, and Miss Ros alia Cn nil In gnUl.i) .lutnt Vi' living rooms. 1 Immediately following the re ception Mr. and Mrs. Turner left by motor for Canada before going to Los Angeles where they will make tneir home. For her going away, costume, Mrs. Turner selected . a . smart traveling ensemble of tan tweed with brown accessories. Miss Thelma Davis, well known Salem vocalist, left Salem Wed nesday evening for New York and Philadelphia where she will take additional work in voice culture. Mia Davis has been the Inspira tion for a number of delightful af fairs arranged for her pleasure before leaving. Salem. a . After having spent the past two months In Salem as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Nortne Flck. Mrs. J. J. LIghtner will leave during the latter, part ot the week for her home in Sacra mento. Calif. Mrs. John H. Hunt, accompan led . by . Mr. Stanley Bacon and small son Stanley, motored to Portland Wednesday to spend the day shopping and visiting rela tives. a a a Mr. and' Mrs. Walter Kirk and daughter Janet, 1 left Wednesday for their summer home at Agate Beach . where they will . remain until after Labor day. Red shoes, stockings. . pants. jerseys and helmets will .be the style for North Carolina State football players this season. Bargain Buyers' Big Warehouse Full of Pianos Factory Cost Make and Save the Retail profit Yourself SEE THIS-SNAP $100 ' fS75 Tone Quality, Now 5100 ; OTHER BARGAINS $35 - $50 - $65 - $75 r Terms - . , Only 1 Per Week KIMBALL PIANOS BEST IN THE WORLIT ' - HAINKS CO. GRAND It. 8. HOWARD PIANO HALLET A DAVIS PIANO. GULBRAXSKN PIANO 8TEINWAY GRAND PIANOS Drders Taken Now For Early Fall DeUvery Baby' Grands y Ivaa lm 1 a bvrrywnere RADIOS . Superhetrodyn t Distance Getters ' $143 cut to $690 Kemler-Super 48.50 Featnrlnt Pentode Tube Let ert Radio Oat . : Open Evenings WAREHOUSE B5T Court Street Between Chnrch and nigh - r I 4i fiisyTerms r PRISONER I -O Charles Marvin Rosenthal (above). New York broker and one of three heirs to an estate of millions, has been reported kidnaped for $100, 000 ransom. Police, notified of the young: man's disappearance by relatives, set a trap for the abduc tors, but they became suspicious and eluded authorities. Price Death Is Probed Aboard Vessel Of Navy SAN FRANCISCO. Aug.. 26. (AP) Behind closed doors aboard , the airplane carrier Lex tngton In the harbor here a navy board of Inquiry today investiga ted the death last Sunday of Mrs. Daisy' Price, bride of Lieutenant Commander George D. Price, at tached to the Lexington. The Investigation was to deter mine whether any navy officers should be eourtmartialed as a re sult of the death which was pre ceded by a drinking party. Mrs. Price plunged -fro'm her apartment on the fourth floor of a hotel. Whether she jumped or fell has not been determined. A coroner's jury yesterday returned a verdict that she came to her death In a manner unknown to the Jury. Women Protest x Ban Set Up By Prohi Director BALTIMORE. Aug. 26 (AP) The assertion that women as such, don't need guardians, was the response of a group of Mary land business' women today to prohibition . Director Woodcock's order banning the employment of women a 'Informers or "blinds' in enforcing the dry law. A letter acquainting him of the attitude of the business and pro fessional women'a council . of Maryland was forwarded by the secretary. Miss M. Leclaire Peach. The. president,' Miss Helen Eliza beth Brown, asserted the order was "outraging to all sense of justice and fairness." . I I 1 ' a a Hi 1 1 m 4 Tat" Hagerty - 1 Tlie Pat Hagerty family arrived at Milker's with everyone looking great! SIAR A, ELINDA, PETITE, and ETON all stepping right out of fashion's band. ILLA, box ready to show you We feel quite 5ure you will be favorably impressed with, this season's newest' and sleekest footwear, and so, we invite you to spend a few. interesting mo ments in our new shoe department inspecting the new numbers. Afterthot . . m widths varying from a 1 . t ' ' " ' . ", ; - Miller Mercantile Company. Evening O f Bridge Honors members OfDeltaPhi '- Honoring the -members of Del ta Phi sorority. Miss Viola Croz ier and. Miss Cynthia Delano en tertained Wednesday - evening In the Delano home - on North Church street, with an evening of bridge. A dainty color -scheme of yellow and' pink was carried out by the profusion of gladiolas ar ranged -In lovely bouquet throughout the living rooms of the Delano i. home, , and in" floral table appointments and card ac cessories. - . The honor guests included the Misses Edith, and Pauline Findley, Elizabeth, and Edith.-. Clements, Dorothy Bosshard, Gertrude Oeh ler. Bertha . , Babcock, Marlon Bretx, Jeannette Scott. . Sarah Jane Dark,. Mary Allen Miller. pleasing WHAT OF JELLIES AND PIt.ES E RVES MAY BE MADE WITH METftELY fresh fruits AND1 ; 1 rennaa cane sugar Cook-booki are full of appealing recipes for preserving fruit. And In the majority of these rcpes aall that Is required is fruit and trugar. Rare indeed are recipes In any other class of cookery that call for only two ingredients. . Rtfimd eons tugtxr has long been the standard of home eanners everywhere,. It Insures fine re sults in jellies, preserves, and all 'Flavor and Comes to Town! the way to smartest footwear vogue f6r"Autumn 1931. AAAA to B insur expert fitting. Manila As you will note by the accompanying sketch at the left. Marilla answers the autumn street and sports xrcar need sot mentioning, of course, the extreme comfort' to be found in this high instep number in either bronn 'or black with novel trim on vamp.- t Q(Z flfl Cuban heeL ............ ..... OOallU Elinda Now for a dressy pump that Is "different." Kew pin seal kkl wiUi instep trim In drapery effect. ELINDA hi sure to be a favorite among smartly dressed - fA women. Louis heeL Black only. As sketch..... DUaUl Petite Petite la another favorite for the woman ho needs an Instep support and, who would capitalize this ingenious strap arrangement as a fashionable autumn shoe trim. The novel trim cn strap comes in grey and OO ff beige. Louis heel as sketched OU.UU Eton Eton Is a three eyelet back -kid pump- with pin seal trim and large novelty cut-outs to show a contrasting shade In hosiery. Eton-is an excellent style for the woman who wants smart, comfortable footwear for general wear. , Louis heel. tJC'fl A A sketched at left. Black only 1. .... pUaUU Brenda Savage Beulah Cramer, Lois Wilkes, Mildred Miller, Al vis Love. Marguerite Estudillo, Elizabeth. BoTjan Sylvia Dubois, and Ruth GiUetteThe hostesses were assisted in the serving by Miss Iva Dell, Mrs. James I. Teed, Mrs. , F. G. Delano and Mrs. Frank, Crozier. - - . ' -Mr. R. C. Thomas entertained with a dinner party Saturday evening in honor ot Miss Clara Bodley of Portland who is a guest at the Thomas home, and also in honor of her daughter, Florence, whose " birthday ' oc curred on that day. Other guests were Jane -Daniels ot Albany,; Roy Carpenter,- Keith Davis and Max Campbell of Corrallia-.- . .. i - a Mr. and Mrs. Harry -Hawkins and daughter Harriette, are ex pected home the last of the week from Neskowin where they have been domiciled for the summer season. . varieties Itt prasarvinj fruits, refined cane af is the ation-wid cbotce el borne caiwws kinds of canned products. What's more, yooll find that sugar is sold at a rock-bottom prjee. Take a look at your cook-books -today and choose recipes which call for fruits avow ia season and those which are to come. Put up as many different kinds of fruit as possible next m inter youH be glad. Prtsem with rtfiiud cs lupar. - The Sugar Institute. season with Sugar" , 1 'U , . ; : 1 1 ' . IN 1 t - X!.