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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Wednesday Morning. January 27. 1932
Society News and Club Affairs
Dances Will Feature
two large dances will feature
the weekend In Salem. The first
vM be given by a group of young
Jrialds Thursday evening at Hazel
The affair will be formal and
illl include a very large guest list
v-ith many out-of-town guests in
vited. The decorative motif is
t aid to be a unique one.
Patrons and patronesses for the
. Tance include Mr. and Mrs. Karl
IXeinlein, Mr.'and Mrs. Al Adolph,
Ir. and Mrs. John Brophy. and
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Campbell.
Hostesses include Miss Georgia
Nash, Miss Lottie Na8hMiss Ro
berta Varley, Miss Delores Mills,
Miss Lucille Nash, Miss Jane Har
bison, Miss Wilma King, Miss
Evelyn King, Miss Phyllis.Heuge,
Mrs. Bruce Barrlngton, Miss Dor
othj Krebs, Mi Constance
' Krebs, Miss June Fitzpatrick,
Miss Jewell Fitzpatrick. . Miss
' Clemmle Burch -Mrs.: James By-ers,-
Miss Frances . Reid, Mrs.
Verne; Mathis, Miss LHUe Burcb,
Miss Charity iWatson; Miss Jessie
Cooper. Miss Helen Hauge, Mies
Dorotha Cannon, Miss Eva Keber
and Miss A1U Johnson.
Another dance of the weekend
" will be the Illihee country club
dance at the clubhouse Saturday
night. Members of the club may
bring guests for this, ienoy uara
Is chairman of the committee in
charge of arrangements. Several
parties both before and after the
dance are being planned.
Event of Friday
Members of the South Circle
of the Woman's Union of the
First Congregational churcji will
entertain in compliment to the
women of the church and to any
additional friends who wish to
rail at the home of Mrs. D. J.
Fry, Sr., Friday afternoon be
tween the hours of 2 and 5:30
Mrs. Rupert Simonds, Mrs. J.
C. Tibbetts, Mrs. R. J. Hendricks,
and Mrs. E. A. Miller will assist
Mrs. Fry in receiving. .
Presiding at the tea table will
be Mrs. N. Meyer, Mrs. C. K.
Fake, Mrs. M. E. F. Hulbert, and
Mrs. Newcomb. Mrs. Fake, Mrs.
R. D. Slater, and Mrs. Ellsworth
Ricketts will assist in the serv
. ing. Mrs. Frank Kibbee and
Mrs, J. F. Humphrey will assist
about the rooms.
Mrs. H. J. Clements will en
tertain at her home in compli
raent to members of the Presby
terian Aid society this afternoon
Assisting Mrs. Clements will be
Mrs. A. F. Marcus, chairman,
Mrs. C. A. Mulkey. Mrs. A. W.
Hammett, Mrs. R. T Boals, Mrs
Laura Noble, Mrs. C. C. Lytle
; and Mrs. M. Hogg.
Olive M. Doak, Society Editor
; Wednesday, January-27
Leslie Can Do class with Mrs. G. S. Paxson, -16S5 "
South Winter street.
Reception for Mrs. Elizabeth T. Adair, celebrating
her 87th birthday. All friends and old acquaintances
asked to call between hours of 2 and 5 o'clock at her
home, 368 North Liberty streets
General Aid luncheon at First Methodist church,
one o'clock: presidents of seven circles to act as host
esses; regular meeting following, luncheon; program
planned. - . -
- " North Salem W. C. T. .TJ.: business meeting, 2:00
o'clock; program 3 o'clock. John -Myers, parole officer
boys training school, speak on "Why Boys go Wrong".
Mrs. H. J. Clements will be hostess to members of
the Ladies aid of First Presbyterian church at her home,
360 North 14th street; 2:30 o'clock.
Ladies of Security Benefit association, with Mrs.
F. J. Goodenongh, 270 West Rural avenue. -
v ' ; Thursday, January 2$, . ' -
v Town and Gown club at Lausanne hall, 2:30 o'clock.
Mothers Circle at Leslie school, . 2:45 o'clock at
school; tea at 4 o'clock! -
. Mcs. Louisa Koonv'45 'Marion street, hostess for
tea for Woman's Relief corps.' -
West Way club of W. B. A.; business and social
meeting; with Mrs. Florence Casement, 196 West Rural
Mrs. Albert Smith, 1578 South Commercial street,
hostess to Kensington club; Mrs. Otto Wilson as assist
Friday, January 29
Miss Esther Spiers hostess to Loyal Temperance
union at her home 1435 North Summer street; 3:45
South Section of Woman's Union, First Congrega
tional church, sponsoring tea at home of Mrs. D. J. Fry,
Sr.; all women of church and friends invited; begin
ning at 2 o'clock.
Past Matrons club with Mrs. Ida Godfrey, 7:30
o'clock. , .
An enthusiastic meeting of the
Auxiliary to the Veterans of For
eign Wars was held in the Salem
Woman's clubhouse T u e s d ay
night at which time Mrs. Frank
McNeil, Mr3. Frank Parson, Mrs.
Verne Ostrander, Mrs. C. R.
Mudd, Mrs. Gertrude Sanders,
Mrs. Effie Wetsel. Mrs. Elmer
Wetsel, Mrs. Charles Furlough,
Mrs. J. L. Moorman, Miss Martha
Floer and Miss Mabel Broncushio
were taken into the organization.
Guests from Linn Auxiliary,
Albany were present as was Mrs.
J. E. Aarons of Marysville, Cal.
Following the initiation a bus
iness meeting was held and re
ports were given by S3veral com
mittee chairman. Following the
business meeting a social hour
was held Jointly with the post.
Special guests for the post was
the drill team from Oregon City
Mrs. Vera Gram will be host
ess for an afternoon meeting of
the Auxiliary at her home Feb
Members of the Auxiliary are
working hard to gain membership
sufficient to make the local aux
iliary bring home the membership
cup to be presented at the next
state convention which will come
some time this summer.
Miss Gladys Given
Turner The largest social
event of the season was the mis
cellaneous shower given in com
pliment to Miss Gladys Given, a
bride to be, which was held in
the I. O. O. F. hall Saturday aft
ernoon, Mrs. W. A. Martin. Miss
Mildred Martin and Mrs. Evelyn
Naderman were the hostesses.
with small Cleone and Jack Na
derman assisting about the room
Greenery formed the bases of the
The guest of honor was escort
ed by Miss Martin through a lane
of greenery and white, to the ros
trum ana was seated behind a
group of ferns piled high with
gifts, while ' Behold the Bride
was played by Mrs. Mae Hadley
Appropriate music for the after
noon was given in vocal solos by
Mrs. Jean Pearcy and Mrs. W. S
Burgoyne. with instrumental by
Mrs. Mae Hadley and Mrs. Pearcy.
Mrs. L. J. Rowley gave a reading.
Miss Given is the daughter of
George Given and is a senior high
Guests present were: Mrs. Ber-
niee Baker, Mrs. J. W. Ransome.
Mrs. Harry Stewart, Mrs. Walter
Miller, Mrs. China Bones. Mrs.
Emma Gunning, Mrs. T. T. Pal
mer, Mrs. W. S. Burgoyne. Mrs.
L. Osborne, Mrs. Ella Given.
Mrs. Mary Standley, Miss Hildred
Bones, Mrs. Vester Bones. Mrs.
Stella Miller. Mrs. D. B. Parks.
Mrs. L. J. Rowley. Mrs. R. O. Wit-
Mrs. E. J. Harrison, Miss Mur
iel Salisbury. Mrs. J. M. Bones.
Mrs. Faye Webb, Mrs. L. W. Ro
bertson. M'3S Mabel Walker. Mrs.
Eula Hennies, Mrs. Karl Whipper,
Mrs. Lawrence Edwards. Mrs. Mae
Hadley, Mrs. Frances Whitehead.
Mrs. J. L. Webb, Mrs. E. S. Pra-
ther, Mrs. Lucile McKinny, Mrs.
I. Putman, Mrs. W. J. Denhem.
Mrs. Hester Crume, Mrs. L. D. Ro
berts, Mrs. S. A. Riches,
Mrs. Jack Brooks, Mrs. I. H.
Small, Mrs. Wallace Riches, Mrs.
E. Sappingfield, Mrs. Gladys Vlb-
bert, Mis3 Loita Skipper, Mrs. Jim
Given. Mrs. Walter Harris, Mrs.
Winnefred' Colgan, Mrs. Pearl
Skipper. Miss LaVern Whitehead,
Mrs. C. A. Bear. Mrs. Auna Smith.
Miss Welda Skipper, Miss Mary
Davie. Mrs. C. S. Clark, Miss Ma
bel Tucker, Mrs. Tom Little,
Misses Josephine Gilstrap, Mar
garet Robertson, Anna Johnson.
Helen and Helena Wltzel, Leone
Cook, also Mrs. Margaret Duncan,
Mrs. Deane Tucker, Mrs. Jean
Pearcy, Miss Olga Gath. Mrs. F.
E. C. Vesper of Salem.
Silverton Miss Tbelma Jor
genson was hostess at a pretty
party Frlday afternoon honoring
two of Silverton's recent brides,
Mrs. Lawrence Rosheim and Mrs.
Roy Larson. Assisting Miss Jor
genson were Mrs. C. E. Jorgen
son, Mrs. Helmer Jorgenson and
Mrs. Nels Henjum.
Guests included Mrs. Oscar
Johnson, Mrs. Sarah Jorgenson,
Mrs. Jonas Byberg, Mrs. J. N.
Jorgenson, Miss Ella Brinde,
Miss Clarissa Brager, Mrs. Jasper
Dullum, Mrs. A. Aarhus, Mrs.
Conrad Johnson, j Mrs. Arthur
Dahl, Mrs. E. Overlund, Mrs. An
ton Dahl, Mrs. Harold Satern,
Mrs. John Larson, Mrs. R. O. So
lum, Mrs. C. J. Rosheim, Mrs.
Joe Hopfinger, Miss Hilda Olsen,
Miss Bertha Hatteberg, Miss Sel
An annual event anticipated by
the Scotch f Salem is the ob
servation of the birthday of Rob
ert Burns. This was observed
this year with an informal even
ing at the home of William Mc
Gilchrist. Sr., who has been pres
ident or the club for the past
several years and who was re
elected president at the Monday
night meeting, .
bcotcn Heather was used for
the decorative motif for the guest
rooms, where in all 67 enthusi
asts of Burns gathered and did
him honor is music, song, dance
and stories. Mr. and Mrs. John
Marr were .among the few who
have observed this birthday to-
seiuer ior years, who were not
ame to be present this
They sent greetings.
inose taking part in th pro
gram were Mr; MCGIlchrlst, .Sr.,
Judge P. H. - D'Arcy, one of the
three founders of the Barns' club
au years ago, W.- A. Deliell, Dr.
w. C. Kantner, : Adam Burns,
Sam Earle, Mrs.. Gordon McGil
christ, Mrs. James Barclay, R. A.
Ramond, Robert Hutcheon,
James McGilchrlst, Gordon Mc
GllchrWt. John Charge, Arthur
Hutcheon, and W. Imus.
This program will be present
ed at the Y. M. C. A. lobby pro
gram this Friday night. It is free
to the public.
P. E. O. Chapters
Founders of the P. E. O. Sister
hood were honored in an impres
sive and, attractive Founders' day
prograrm at the home of Mrs. C. A.
Sprague Monday night when mem
bers of chapters AB and G met
in joint session. There were pres
ent 37 P. E. O. members, two out-of-town
memberships being rep
resented, Mrs. LHlIan Hagman of
a Los Angeles chapter, and Mrs.
Walter Robinson, member of
chapter AA of Medford.
The program was given by
Mrs. Frank Churchill, Mrs. W. W.
Moore, Mrs. R. J. Hendricks, Mrs.
A. A. Schramm and Miss Grace
At a late hour Mrs. Sprague
served a pretty luncheon, assisted
by Mrs. Harold Hughes, Mrs. Roy
R. Hewitt and Miss Martha
Sprague. Mrs. Caroline Selee pre
sided at the coffee urn. The serv
ing table was an attractive study
in yellow narcissus, acacia and
yellow tapers being used to carry
out the idea.
Naomi Assembly "
Holds Open. Meeting
Dallas Naomi assembly? Or
der of Rainbow, held Us open in
stallation of officers . Saturday
night at the Masonic ball. Miss
Virginia Tony of McMinnvllle,
grand worthy advisor for Oregon,
was the honor guest and was pre
sented' with a small gift at the
close of the meeting. She was ac
companied by Mrs. Tony, the mo
ther advisor for McMinnvllle, and
several Rainbow girls.
Miss Helen Viers was crowned
worthy advisor by a group og Sa
lem DeMolays. Miss Virginia
Leitch, installing officer, installed
the following officers:
.Worthy associate advisor, Ca
therine Hawkins; charity, Lois
Walton; hope, Hasel Plummer;
faith, Bernlce Staats; treasurer,
Dorothy Dunn; recorder, Helen
Shreeve; chaplain, Irene Guy;
drill leader, Mary Staats; red. My
ra Starbuck; orange, Ruth Plum
mer; yellow, Grace DeGraff;
green, Pauline Hughes; blue, Zel
la Parker; indigo. Edna Bollman;
violet. Bernlce Elle; confidential
observer, Betty Crlder; outer ob
server, Grace Hart man; musician,
Margaret Ellis; choir director,
Carolyn Mellin; mother advisor,
Mrs. W. R. Ellis.
A short program, consisting of
two vocal solos by Mrs. W. L.
Pembertos and an adagio number
by Naomi Hayes, Ted Koelfgen
and Jim Stevenson, was presented.
ELITE IN SOUTH SHOW SUMMER STYLES
While fur coats and galoshes constitute the costume 4 but distinctive street dress of printed silk. lira.
By ANNE ADAMS
A feminine over blouse with
'jabot and bodice cut in one. It
. makes up beautifully in satin, flat
or canton erepe tor dress. If you
need a more, tailored type of
blouse use jersey or cotton in one
of the new meshes.
Pattern 2276 is obtainable only
j ln sizes 14, 16, 18; 20, 32. 34, 36.
38.- 40, 42. 44. Size 16 requires
1 7-S yards of 3$ inch fabric.
SKIRT PATTERN 2276
; tms spring you will enlarge
your wararobe immeasurably by
using skirts with manv blouses.
The grouped pleats are very ta
- shionable and equally suitable for
-.pur, wool or heavy novelty cotton
Pattern 2276 is obtainable only
in sizes Z. 28. 30. 32. 24. 36
i .waist. Size 23 requires 1 5-8 yards
ot ii men iabrlc.
Tk acw wtoUr tataloc U ow
ready. It (taturci th nwet is
afternoon, port and boom
. drasMS, tinjeria. pais mat and kid
die elothta. Alto daligbtfol rift
torraationi io eecaaory and trana
ft pattern!. Price of eaUloc,
fifteen eentt. Catalog eritb pat
term. -twenty fife cent. Addma
aail and order to Too States
Patten Department. 24
WMt 1 7th atrect. New York City.
Bead fifteen cent to eom
tamp (coin preferred), for each
patter. Writ plainly year San.
" . mnw atyio Banner.
ro t Mat aiso wanted.
j "The Official Sy$tem"
ae Adopted by Leading Authorities
By E. V. SHEPARD
Wise doubles are as great point I doubled contract that fails to go
gainers as thoughtless doubles are I JaDe-
s . . Two situations require your
point losers. rrorapuis I continuance of bidding over part
double for penalties quickly putner' business double. The first
the brakes upon reckless overcalls. I sound reason for overcallihg such
n...ui. . u:j nrok. a aouoie u m reasonsoie cerwuty
o " I fttt wAi.v .a. I a im m nr.)4n,V
able ability to defeat it by one I TVv."
viH1 h"U rtsxat from lettiiif; the double
doubled contract means game 00 1 . . nrv. - a
?uIl! ??ZSl??wZ hreaaon. for overcalW yoopart-
. V I rl. ner's business double is the eon-
one tnck; doubling out an adver- opponents will fulfill
sary is one of 4e thmgs that a doubletf contract because
partner finds hard to turn- y9 partner expects yon to win
ABOtner wing wai F"J rwt 0f more defensive tricks that
V" VlfS? a f ?w IJ 7a do not hold. The foUowinj
adverse bid instead of first help- U d inustrates this situation. .
mg aim wnen weu nuic w Q-J-1S-J-7-3-2
XJv Dt uuuuic one ucviiu aliuu uini oo
you can defeat unless prepared to j - r.7 3
-1 j vi. v: - Ctrl :
aisv uuuuic any suixir ui iuuc u. i a
course; y uu may uouini my w-1 .
t y fr ' that mat, fmT it,f,ftf . t 1 d
greater gain than from goint;
e-ame. nravtlMl you'' can alaol '
double any shift for similar tains. I sQJ-t-T
without first . supporting '-, your
partner's make. Maximum scores
are the goal, whether those scores
are made through the collection of
penalties or through winning
games, slams and rubbers.
Press Club Has
A delightful afternoon was en
joyed by members of the Salem
Woman's Press club Tuesday aft
ernoon at the home of: Mrs.
Ralph C. Curtis.
Sewing on garments which will
be used in relief work being car
ried on by the juvenile court oc
cupied the afternoon hours pre
ceding the tea hour. At the
brief business meeting plans
were discussed for a Valentine
Present were Mrs. E. E.
Brown. Mrs. W. C. Conner. Mrs.
Al Lane, Jr.. Mrs. Dennis Lan
dry, Miss Joy Locke, Mrs. Al
Lindbeck, Mrs. Wayne Pettit,
Mrs. C. A. Sprague, Mrs. Steve
Stone, Mrs. Don Upjohn, Mrs.
Murray Wade, Mrs. Fred Zim
merman, and Mrs. Curtis.
The Town and Gown club will
meet at Lausanne hall at 2:30
o'clock Thursday afternoon. A
one-act play, "The Conflict." will
be presented by members of the
play production group of Willam
ette university. Hostesses for the
afternoon are Mrs. F. M. Erick
son, Mrs. Herbert Rahe, Mrs.
George Moorhead and Mrs. Frank
Another of the series of lunch
eons being given by women of the
First Presbyterian church will be
given this afternoon at 1 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. William Mc
Gilchrlst, Jr., with Mrs. McGil
chrlst, Mrs. J. Lyman Steed, Mrs.
C. A. Sprague and Mrs. James
Lewis entertaining together. A
guest list of 20 Is being expected.
Salem Rebekahs Plan
Tear s Work
Noble Grand Myrtle McClay.
appoints first social committee
under the leadership of the vice
grand. Jesse Moored, with Alma
Henderson, Edith McElroy, Eve-!
lyn Heseman and Clara Shields.
They plan new and unusual fea
tures for next Monday evening,
the regular social night.
Monday evening, Grace Taylor,
new degree captain, outlined the
work and drills to be used during
the next six months. The new
team chosen consists of: Lillyan
Fleener, Alma Henderson, Ada
line Seymour, Helen McElroy,
Anna Beatty, Lenora Kriesel,
Anna Hunsaker, Hazel McElroy,
Grace Robertson, Elsie Papenfus,
Edith McElroy. Eugenia Sieg
mund, Elsie Townsend, Ella
Smith, Nettie Williamson. Wilda
Fleener, Ida Hochstetler, Evelyn
Naderman, Coral McNeill, Flora
Turnbull, Evelyn Heseman, Lula
McClay, Wilda Siegmund and
The South Circle of the First
Christian church was entertained
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
George Dunsford on South High
street. A covered dish luncheon
was served at noon followed by
the business meeting at which the
following officers were elected for
the coming year: president. Mrs.
B. W. Macy; vice-president, Mrs.
A. L. Headrich; treasurer, Mrs. C.
F. Reilly; secretary. Mrs. C. R.
Pritchard; assistant secretary.
Mrs. A. A. Carper.
Members present were Mrs. F.
C. White. Mrs. L. Hobson. Mrs.
W. A. Penney. Mrs. F. P. Smith.
Mrs. J. D. Sears. Mrs. G. Kirk-
patrick. Mrs. Cass Gibson. Mrs.
M. G. Viesko. Mrs. D. A. White.
Mrs. C. F. Reilly. Mrs. Stella Gab
bert. Mrs. F. E. Birch, Mrs. W. H.
uardner, Mrs. B. W. Macy. Mrs.
A. A. Carper and Mrs. C. R. Prit
chard who assisted the hostess.
Guests: Mrs. D. J. Howe and Mrs
E. J. Reasor.
of the moment in the frigid North, the Winter col
ony in the sunny South is disporting itself in rai
ment that we associate with June, July and August.
This is the season when fashion history is made, for
what is being worn down amid the palms today will
be all the vogue in northern climes next Summer.
Here are some of society's smartest, pictured at
Palm Beach, Fla., garbed in the styles of the min
ute. Left is Mrs. John Barry Ryan, daughter of
Otto H. Kahn, international financier, in a simple
Frederick Johnson (second from left), prominent
New York society matron, is shown wearing a neat
linen frock with a chic little jacquette. Second
from right is Mrs. Harrison Williams, of New York,
called society's best-dressed woman, in a volumnous
striped jersey-sweater. Note the rakishly tied scarf.
Extreme right is Mrs. Baldwin Brown, New York,
who favors this close-knit woolen costume for mo
toring. Mrs. Brown is carrying the latest thing in
pocketbooks. All favor two-color shoes.
Past Matrons Will
Past Matrons will be entertain
ed at the home of Mrs. Ida God
frey Friday evening beginning at
There will be an exchange of
Valentines, and Mrs. Albert C.
Smith will be Initiated into the
group. Mrs. Smith is the-retiring
matron of Chadwick chapter. Or
der of Eastern Star.
Hostesses are Mrs. Frank Min
tj, Mrs. O. W. Emmons and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rush
will entertain members of their
club at their home Saturday night.
The group includes Mr. and Mrs.
Elmo McMillan, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Fournier, Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Baker. Mrs. Effie Wetsel and
Mr. and Mrs. Rush.
Members of the Tillicum club
danced at Castllllan hall Tuesday
night. Several members were
hosts for parties before and after
the dance. Among these were
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooley.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rush and
Mrs. Effie Wetsel left Monday for
Seattle where they will yisit un
til this week end. Tbey expect to
FILMY LACK HOSE
PARIS. ( AP) Lace hose are
making a bid for fashion's favor
Dr. E. E. Lindsay, secretary of
the state board of higher educa
tion, has arranged a series of
meetings with the faculty of the
state university, Oregon State
college, and state normal schools,
for the purpose of considering
elimination of duplicate courses
in the several educational insti
tutions. The duplications were said to
affect courses in physical educa
tion, education and business sci
ence, architecture and allied arts,
music and pure science.
Reduction of the curricula also
will be considered by the faculty.
Recommendations will be made
in accordance with suggestions
contained in the survey of the
institutions completed nearly a
and coats Is to be carried on by
the Vogue shop, newly opened Sa
lem establishment which begax
business this week. Mrs. Florence
M. Forge and Mrs. Frances Utter
are joint owners and operators of
the shop which Is located on the
4th floor of the Guardian build
ing. Mrs. Forge has extended experi
ence in merchandising women's
ready-to-wear articles while Mrs.
Utter is experienced In needle
work. Mrs. Forge will, handle the
designing end of the business. The
proprietors said yesterday that
they felt the experience the firm
offered, together with prevailing
low prices for their services, made
it possible to secure considerable
trade for such a business in Salem.
One Activity at
The Vogue Shop
Remodeling, designing and al
tering work on women's dresses
V LOVELY HAIR
Is At Its Best Always When
Vou Ift V Care For It.
7 Beauty" U
Oregon Beauty Shop
Oregon Bids;. Tel. S754
AND WE OFFER FOR
Dallas Mr. and Mrs. R. V.
Marrison entertained Saturday
night honoring Mr. and Mrs. I. L.
Smith of Morgan Hill. Calif. Four
tables of 500 were In play during
the evening and the guests also
enjoyed a short dance. Mr. A. P.
Starr held high score for the la
dies and Dell Plaster for the men.
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. V.
R. Boydson, Mr. and Mrs. I. L.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Starr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dell Plaster, Mr. and
Mrs. P. R. Sibley, Miss Iva Stan
ley and the host and hostess.
410 State Street Tel. 0123
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Never shift your partner's make 1 3-Hearts by A; Y bid a spade
merely because he has been j game ; B went 5-TIearts, which Z
doubled, only shift when, either! doubled- Y knew that Z must ex-
you would have done so or could I pect to win at least one spade trick I
nave , reasonably done so naa ne inac couia not oe eaten, x went
not been doubled. . Sometimes 5-Spades, which was doubled and
-your only chanee for game lies m made because A led a heart, giving
having your contract doubled; Y one discard of diamond. Z
' both yot- and your partner will guessed right on clubs and lost
feel disturbed ,m case you shift only one trick there. An opening
him from a doubled contract that diamond lead would have defeated
-would meaa-game-: into an rsp tfcfcJtVL " ., .
Watch Tonight's and
for Details of
A VERY HIGH QUALITY OF
CREPE DE CHENE
Panties, Combinations, Teddies, Stepins, Black Georgette
Combinations and Satin Gowns Your choice at each
(Some slightly soiled from displaying
Plain and printed crepe dresses
in light and dark shades
One and two piece style ailk
erepft dresses, also some
Styles for every activity from Men
. y morning to Sunday nit
A varied group of one and two
piece silk crepe and georgette
Large group of printed and plain
crepe dresses, novelty and
Satin face crepe, plain crepe and
georgette afternoon and
Here Is a rack or very fine one and
two piece afternoon and dinner dress
e of silk erepe and reortetUirTJiere
art many large sizes inafadc-
While we have a large selection we do not
. guarantee stocks to last
This Store Cooperating Salem Days, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. yA Three Day
City Wide EvenU Buy in Salem and Save