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. . . ...... - . frfca UlIIXON STATESMAN, Saksu . Oregon, Sunday Morning. April 21. 1932
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Observed This Weele
? Women's V Christian Temper
ance circle - are Interested this
Miss iladellne Southmayed
tertained Informally at her bom
on North, lltu street. .Thursday
with an evening of bride. Spring
blossoms And : i pretty novelties,
made-an i attractl re background
week In the annual contention ot tor the guest rrooms.r Following
the organization to be held In cards, Mrs. Roy. Sottthmayed,"mo-
Woodbarn Wednesday all day' at ther ot tae hostess, serred refresh-
the First Methodist church. r U t ments. Present were". Miss Minnie
Adding to the general Interest Neufeld. , Miss Helen Newberry,
in' the meeting' Is the tact that MIs Helen "Johnson, Miss Helen
the Woodburn unit Is celebrating Putnam.. Misu Alice Detlefs, Miss
the 40th anniversary of the or- Jane Loekrldge, Miss Georgia
ganlxatlon of the -Marlon county Sonthmayd, and Miss Madeline
union which was . effected In Southmayed.
Woodbnra, , December - 7. 18 9 2, --l':: "t:V ."-.V. ;bs. :.
with Mrs. S. H. Spangler of Jet-1 X Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newburgh
ferson as the first president. Mrs. j entertained with an - attractire
Hawk of Jefferson was first cor-1 social evening In compliment to
responding secretary and Mrs. B. the 76th birthday of Mrs. New-
A. catnay or woodburn was first bargh's lather, Robert Hemming,
secretary. The organization was The Informal eTening' was ' con-:
completed with a membership of eluded with refreshments. Pres
40. ": J ,- v l'"-: ent to compliment the honor guest
' The program follows. In addi- wero Mr. and Mrs. & Conser and
tlon to numbers gWen three will Miss Helen Conser of Albany, Mr.
be special music, ' and ' In . the and Mrs. . Harold Gobeen, James
evening a special session, Is' being Delaney and Mr. and Mrs. New
held at which time the ."patriot- burgh.. .
fo weddlne ciren sereral times . ' .." '
before appreclatlTO-audiences. It Mrs. W. F. Foster wta , hostess
Is a colorful, pageant arranged by for the April meeting; of the G.
Mrs. Sherman W. Thomnson' of r. cmo at ner nome Monday
nignc dinner was. served before
TB M.tOAK Society Editor v"
Portland, The characters will be
mainly residents "'. ot ;s Woodburn
. The program. Includes:
10:00 Devotions, by! Mrs.
. 10:20 Address ot -welcome,
Woodburn Union. Response by
Mrs. Lydia Lehman, president
Salem Union. . . , . j .
10: JO Appointment of com
mittees. - 1 e : 3 S Minutes of the last
meeting, and also ot the execu
tive meeting in January, i
10:50 Introducing new
Unions;' White Ribbon' salute.
11:00 Old Business,! new
business, election of .officers.
12:00 Noon-tide prayer.
Ludch, social hour and meeting
ot ezcutlve board to appoint di
rectors of various departments.
1:30' P." M. Memorial service
the business and social meeting.
Sewing was enjoyed during 'the
evening hours. All club members
were present and. Mrs. Ed" Bin
genheimer was a special guest.
Mrs. H. S. Giie will be hostess
to the club tor the May meeting
at her home on Nob Hill.
Mrs. John Robins will entertain
members of the Sons ot Union
Veterans and Its Auxiliary at her
home Tuesday evening beginning
with a potluck dinner at 6: SO
o'clock. The dinner hour will be
followed by a program, and . In
formal social evening. All mem
bers are urged to attend.. .
Members of the Oregon State
Graduate Nurses association ot
District No. -3 will meet Tuesday,
2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
on Page 12
and dedication White Ribbon Re-. W. B. Anderson, 157T Court
emits; ' honoring old members street. Miss Anna Boehrlnger will
and county presidents. History ol w tae assUUng hostess.
Nthe organisation of . the County
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2:00 Reports of officers and
directors 3 min. each. .
3:00 Lecture n Toung j Peo-j
: pie's .branch work' by -Mrs. C. B.
1 Andrews, : state director ' of ; Y.P.
B. work. -
4:00 Adjournment. "
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Waldo Hills Miss Lois Ann
, Riches 'was a delightful hostess
; Wednesday when she entertained
for the play cast, ot the! "The
Mystery of the Third Gable" and
a few additional friends, , in 'the
Waldo. Hills club, bouse, which
. was prttily decorated with bas
kets . of spring flowers. Games
, were " played .nd dancing . fol-
lowed with -Mrs. Ferae- Davenport '
K Late in- the evening-the guests
were seated for supper at a long
table decorated in green ; and
yellow with dainty, hand painted
slace cards. Guests for the even-
r ing were: Ruth Geer, Julia Cur
rie, Elaine Clower, Yalda Davis,
Beryl Ottoway. Lillle Madsen,
Cathalene Cuddy, MlldreoT Egan,
Ferae Davenport, Francis Welsh,
Walter Hisel, George Berg, all of
Salem, Leroy and Waldo Rue,
Ted. Bob. Harry and Frank Rich
es. Henry HJorth, Jim Gilliam.
Eddie King. Ralph Egan. ! Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Ramseyer and
son. Buddy. Mr. and Mrs. Ches- j
ter Mulkey., !
' Orchard Heights. Mrs. Adrian
withAra and Mm. Carl Leotev en
tertained Thursday afternoon at
the Withers home at the regular
meeting of the Orchard Heights
Women's club. The business -session
was followed by a mirth pro
TnHnv puma Intrddned br Mrs.
r'rarn c.ua and Miss Helen Bliss
in which the guests wrote a prog
, Mrs. John Simmons and Mrs.
Cash Roberts assisted the host
esses in serving refreshtments.
k Present were Mrs. Frank Farm-n-
xtwm wniiam Knower. Mrs.
Ammon Grice, Mrs. Prudence
Bouffler Mrs. Philip uouiner.
xfr 'Wrrv McDowell. Mrs. Roy
McDowell, Mrs. C. H. Fisher. Mrs.
n.i, D.hDiifa Mm. Bnrnam South-
wlck, Mrs. Grace Bliss, Mrs. Al- j
bert Boutfler, Mrs. Fred WHon. !
Mrs. Ernest Anderson, Mrs. John
Simmons. Mrs. Ralph Wilson,.
w t7aw AarriR Mrs. Wilfred
-nrii.n ...mi.m Helen Bliss. Miss
Mary Walt and the hostesses,
- Mrs. Withers andVMrs. Lepley;
v Mrs. Harry McDowell will be
. wAneda.v. .Mar AJ at
which time Miss Margaret GHUs
will be uresent and win ouuxne
her work as rPolk county health
Salem' Royal Neighbors ot
America attended In a large body
the -district rally held r Friday
evening In Chemawa. at which
"time the. Lablsh camp was hostess
to the entire dlstrlctThls was In
honor of the 25th anniversary ot
Labish 'auapfAV ;U-.vv.i
: Kacn eamn nresent : resoonded
on? the program.1 The minutes of
the first meeting of Labish camp
was read hy the ; recorder. Mrs.
Beckner. Plns were given to the
five .remaining, charter members,
Mrs. sarah Peterson, district aep
uty of. Salem .gave an address.
Those attending from Salem In
cluded IMr. and Mrs. George W;
Walker,' Mr. and Mrs.';. George
Speed,, Mr. and Mrs. i. Berry, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Parm enter, Mrs.
Ida McCjilly, Mrs. LaVerna Flalla,
Mrs, Sarah Barter, Mrs. Bell Bcho
ple, Mrs. Rodgers,' Mrs. Julia Ge-
flgary; Mrs. Nellie : Pierce, Mrs.
Ruth Sherman,; Mrs. Helen Per
sons. Mrs. Sarah Peterson, Mrs.
Mildred ' Lash",- Mr s.. Carrie ' Bunn,
Mrs. Anna Lewis, Mrs. Alta Cum-
mings, Mrs. Hazel Elliott, Mrs.
Sarah Woodburn, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs.
Blanchard, ' Mrs.. --Watson, Mrs.
Mina Saunders, and Mrs. Bertha
Loveland.r. .-; -
Miss Helen McElroy, Miss Ha
zel McElroy, Miss Lnlu McClay,
Miss Myrtle McClay. and Miss
Dorothy Franks are delegates to
the state " convention - ot , F. ' B,
clolbs ot Oregon at Gearhart this
' They were elected at the
Thursday night meeting of the
Salem F. L. club which was "a
guest of Evelyn Heseman; Fol
lowing the business meeting a
miscellaneous shower was held
complimenting Mrs. Chester
Lanktree, nee Adallne Seymour,
a member of the club, ; whose
marriage was a recent event.
Many lovely alfta were re
ceived by the 'bride who will
leave Salem '- soon to - make her
home in Portland.
At the tea hour the birthdays
baugh, and MUdred Martini were
-Preseai were Deena Hart. LUa
McClay.; Evelyn iNadermkn, WU-
dai Fleener. Hazel McElroy, Ada-
turn MjmawLito, .a.jmm 1
Dorothy Franks, Ttuth Harbanghv
Jlelea McElroy, -Mildred Martin.
and Ef elra -Heseman, ;,
ii-oxxianoL? ixecicai or
' 'The 'appearance ot 20 promrn-
ent- pllnlsta at: fifteen Jprand 'pi-1
anoa la oneen as ue paoim aua-
tortnnx. ; Thursday evening, Is (be
ing eagerly awaited by local masle
lovers. The Ensemble, conducted
by Fereas Stein er, is presented, by
the Monday Musical club.
A program of Symphonic mcsls
being' presented In a manner
that win prove a Job to students
and lovers of the piano. Air the
richness and beauty ot this lnstra
ment will be brought out. "Among
other numbers, Les Preludes' by
Lfsit Is being offered. ThlS was
written 'originally tor the -Piano
nd will be heard as Liszt Intend
ed it to be. ' Mr. Stelner Is 4 grad
uate- bf the Royal 1 National. Academy-
of Budapest, - the school ot
knusio founded by -the -immortal
Frahs Llstt.' Mr.-Stelner, who Is
a- Hungarian- oy Diixn, presenu
the works of this master with par
ticular understanding and sympa
The musical lite of Portland
will be enhanced by this ensemble
which hopes to become a potman
ent organisation. Part ot the net
proceeds of the concert will go
toward a student scholarship. The
ensemble will be supplemented by
the club ehorus, singing' under the
direction of Mr. Ten Haaf,
- Mrs. Carl Nelson will enter
tain members of Chi Delta chap
ter ot Delphlans at her home
Tuesday morning at 3:2t o'clock.
This will be the last meeting ot
the current year and officers will
be elected. The regular program
will follow the business meeting.
Topics concerning the- art ot Il
lumination will be presented by
Mrs. R. M. Waltz, Mrs. Ralph
Kletrlng, Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mrs.
L. D. Lambeth. Mrs. B. A. Co!
Music Week Plans " i I Yomarco Club Has ;
Made by G.R.1 Groups Delightful Evening7; n
Music Week to making Itself 1 One of the most pleasant social
felt La Girl .Reserve circles where.meettBgl to be enjoyed by memV
acuve wera is eeta ameio-1 ben of tha Tomareo dub of the
ward in preparation lorxne pro- First Methodist chureh, xwas that
gram;t beglven .by the . GW Jt Friday night at whlca time the
Scents,. Rainbow girls, and Oirt gron- entertained their husbands
pesenres in-compliment to oin-rwtth a dianer ia the downstairs
wa uay. . v . ' . v - dlnlnv.room &t th T. M.-C.
This programto"tobe'gtvea" liand - followed this wltk . a "Seta
o'clock. May 8, ' la the pros by-1 Psrker evening with H. 'R.
terian church. "The Girl "Reierve 1 While' presiding aa 8eth " Parker
or their part will present the or-1 Covers- were, placed tor about, so
ginti eeremonui. of 'How we f guests. ; v
Grow" eem piled by Mrs. Ruskln I - Mrs. Edgar Fortner gave spe-
Blatchf ord.r advisor-; tsr the- S eiaf vocal , numbers and quartet
Uandna club ef the senior , high numbers also added to the pro
kchooL, Music -for' the' ceremonial gram la addition to'group sing-
has been arranged W Mrs.., Fran-1 in. Mrs.-A. A. Schramm presided
ilM Dellarport, music ehalman of fat the organ which was Vsed to
the Girl Reserve cemmiftee. rf ' I carry out the reality ot the Seth
Rehearsals for this ' .win Uke Parker evening. -
place Wednesday at -4 o'clock in ! - -The committee in charge ot this
Ihe Presbyterian church. All grade I Interesting evening was Mrs. R; R.
and! junior high schooU Reserves j Boardman, Mrs. A'. 1 A Schramm,
are asked to be there; . 'j I Mrs.- Fraak ' Miajer, Mrs. H." R.
A: second large affair being aT-1 White and Mrs. B.XE. SIssouj
ranged by the 9th grada Parrlsh j - ;.:r?
Reserves , ls the Mother - and t Ci.: O Zt. -
Daughter -banquet which will be I 1VCWW
II w-0 A-.Krtl I Interest
ti t o cioc. i.n group wui man
ot Hasel McElroy, Ruth . Har- iter and Mrs. F. S. Anunsen.
Mr. N and .Mrs Harry " Cine
were aWi' at . their bsme .Satur
day night tor4 bridge and 'a late
supper. Mr.- and Mrt. Larry
Flagg, Dr. and 'Mrs. AjtD, Wood- Mrs. Gail Jones were guests.
Tuesday at the school to practice
the play which win be given as
part of therprogrant to be present
ed Ik compliment -to the Mothers.
f 4ua ,uwau a . -
tainfd with a delithtfully inform
St ica i$aiQr(uiy,axiraoon cwnpw
menting Mrs. E. E. Bragg who hss
been a guest . ot, her daughter's;
lace 'Carson Cor the past few days.
A few Intimate .friends of Mrs.
Bragg were Invited in for a "cup
ef tea." Mrs. Bragg returned, to
Portland Saturday evening accom
panied by Mr.. and , Mrs. "Wallace
Carson..- . 'J..
e ' - -
Members ot the -H club en-
Joyed a jolly party at the home
ot Clem Denning recently.' This
was the regular monthly gather
ing ot the group. Contest prizes
were. won by Jean Pound and
-. Aa - attraetlce ' studio : recital
was given 1 by : the younger - stu
dents - ot ": Prof.'" Frank 'Churchill
at his studio Saturday afternoon.'
Following -; the recital ctnmbers
lea ; war, serred. ;
Thos ' taking part' 14f the :at
fair were Ruby Wilson Margaret
Barrett. . June VLlnd,: -'Margaret
Brltchett. ' Margaret. . Rannells;
Herbert J3tif f ' Jr. Lyle Leach.
Phil Barrett, jr., David Bartruff,
and Donald Fearcy.
- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dencer
were hosts Friday night to mem
bers of the San Souci club. Cards
were la play at three tables.' Mrs.
Charles Andresen and L. M. Case
held winning scores. Mr. and
Mrs. Andresen will .be hosts to
the group May 13.
Mrs. E. A. Brown will be host
ess to members ot the Salem
Florence Upjohn.. Refreshments bWoman's Press club at her home
were served at the xlose ot the flSTS Fir street Tuesday afternoon
; - .
The . Merry Go Round elub
which was to have met this week
has been postponed until May 2
at which time Mrs. E. C. Cross
will be hostess.
Miss Evelyn King. Miss Phyllis
Hauge, Miss Dorothy. Jones, Miss
Daisy Varley and Miss Helen New
berry motored 'to Corvallis to
spend Friday. .
at 2 o'elock. . The afternoon will
be.speat Informally with a busi
ness aessloa preceding several
hours ot cards and tea.
mansee, Mr., and.Mrs, tmilam
Merriotu'l. an$t Mrs. .Tsd De
Tenaencourt, Mr. and Mrs. Bls-
wrorta Hartwell. -and-Hr. .and
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CONTINUED MONDAY l .
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Women's club win meet Tuesday
night tor a dinner meeting and la
ter election ot officers and an ad
dress by Dr, H. H. Wro. psychi
atry department Of University of
Oregon meaicni bcqwy x
land. ' The dinner will be held at
the Gray Belle. .
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' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pattlson
wlU be hosts to the Leslie CaniDo
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st their home . 231 Klngwood
. , n.-A , eiUiii wdnesaay
Bigh at 8 o'clock. Mr. nd Mrs.
Mason. Bisaop wu .1
hosts. , Ir '-i
' Among those taking spring tva
eation trips will be , Bernard
White, , Edgar King and Arthur
, Btueberaeia wno wm.-" .
. . f VineoiTtr.
nesaay uj my - z.'
B. C. They expect to return San-
' ! Mr. and Mrs! Clifton Madd aod
Mrs. Loren - Howe,, entertained
with a charming-spring party
at me uuoa uu"o"""-' -
Bridge was in play , at seveu ;ta-
: e':V r-'t
' 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. y Jones of
Tugena are .weekend nestsot
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