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The OKEGON STATES31AN, Salem, Oreron, Tuesday Morning July 12,-1932
Society Mews and Glub Affairs
OlJTE M. DOAK. Society Editor
Ecclesia Club Enjoys
Th Eccleala club enjoyed on
ot tn outstanding social events
of the year for its ealander Sun
day when member -were enter
tained with a picnic at the borne
ot Mrs. Rntua Holman near Mo-
Many special eventsVaad been
planned tor the irtfan. Startln
the afternoon ol ton was a
treasure bunt thrown 4b wood.
The fortunate tinder was smaU
Robert Herr. Followed In happy
succession cam swimming, voi
ley ball, baseball and then a
picnic dinner served under tn
trees In a pretty srove.
The day was also the birthday
ct Mrs. Holman and In compli-
i mh Holman nresent-
ed the group with a lovely (WrtJ-
day cake. wnicuws w
. nnrnnria.tei ceremony.
Following the dinner games
mere enjoyed, for which inter
esting Prts were awarded. Utter
h. MMilne a bond flr adaea
.. it. . a fhA nicnlc.
l rtltowW custom of the
5or them. VhT Ecclesia club sel
ected a tree wblcb was given tbe
nt th a r.lnb.
Special guests tor the day were
ur. Dena Herr ai
.w M-rr. MrB. Susie Prosser.
Rrhmidt and Jai
fetoiit. Mta. Doris Huber. Ml"
Ruth Cole. Miss Verda Olmsted
and the host and hostess. Mr. and
Dnfm r. Holman.
Club members to attend were
t- Sutherland. Emma Dell
Schwabbauer. Elinor Dorrance.
MawSla Caspell. Ester Erlckson.
J.IaI?J2iS a,V, Velma Romlnger,
Flo WraVuU. Charlotte Honj
f . T.uie. Golda Wheel-
1D5, - rF,v.neyr-the
latter tour of whom bad charge
of the arrangements iwr
Tuesday, July It
Sons of "Veterans and Auxiliary, Women's club
house, S o'clock; all urged to attend for Important bus
iness meeting. 1
Englewood Women's club picnic, Hagera Grove,
supper at f:S0 o'clock; tor transportation call Mrs.
J. H. Ryan, 4S79.
Artisans plcni supper at bom of Mr. and Mrs.
Ivan Martin, C:30 o'clock. Each family bring en bot
and on eold covered dish; dancing, cards and music
to follow supper. Friends may b invited.
Yomarco club picnic, bom of Mr. and Mrs. I. B.
Millard; 1:30 o'clock supper.
Weekly Beta Chi sorority meeting, wltb Margaret
Purrlne. 7:80 o'clock.
Mrs. Hand Pointer, hostess for Missionary tea.
at residence. 150 North 15th street; 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. William McCauley of " Breys avenue, hostess
to Philathean bible class of First Evangelical church, 2
Security dub, potluck supper at V. H. Straw borne.
1830 South 13th street; 7 o'clock.
Women's organizations of Jason Lee church pic
nic at Dallas park. Cars leave church at 10 o'clock.
Wednesday, July IS
Maccabees' regular meeting, t o clock, Fraternal
temple; installation of officers; program and dancing
to follow.' J
Mrs. E. E. Dent entertaining women's organiza
tions of Leslie Methodist church, at her rural home for
all-day meeting. Cars leave church at 10 o'clock.
Friday, July 15
Sewing club of the Business and Professional Wom
en's olub with Mrs. Maud Pointer. 1050 North 16 th
street; 0:30 o'clock picnic supper.
Sunday, July 17
Press club picnic, Rirerdale park. 1:30 o'clock.
Make reservations with Mrs. A. L. Lindbeck by Friday,
Hewett Clan Meet
For Annual Reunion
Following the custom ot tbe
members ot the Hewett clan.
which has been observed for
several years, the group met Sun
day at the bom of Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Savage.
The memory of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Hewett, ' who ; crossed the
plains in 1879, was honored at
this meeting. Mrs. Frances Hew
ett Branch is presldent-secretray
of the group.
Present were Mrs. Effle Hew
ett Gage, Mr. and Mrs. 1. A.
Savage. Lloyd ' and i Lois Bell
Savage. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Sav
age and daughter Joanne, Mr.
and Mrs. Delbert Savage and
daughter Beverly, Mary' Effie
Frances and Charles Devault,
Frank Devault, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Martin, Kenneth Martin.
D. Himes. Surena Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Branch and son
Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Branch
and son Ralph. George Forgard
Adam and Alvin Burns and Dal
phlne Witzell. all of Salem; Mrs.
Frances Hewett. of Dayton, Mrs.
T. G. Hewett and daughter Naomi
of Independence. Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Kuts and son Harlan Hat
ter, Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Shel
lev and family. Canhy, Mr. and
Mrs. William Stapleton. Harold
Virginia and Ai Stapleton. Dallas
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Branch and
daughters, Beverly and Leota, ot
Airlie, Mr. and rMs. George Bales
of Corvallis, and P. R. Gage ot
I Popular Guest
To be Complimented
Evening Tea is
Sande and Miss
Faye Drlscon were hostesses for a
hntween the hours of ft
and 8 o'clock Sunday evening at
the Sande residence.
A large number of the younger
maids of Salem called during the
tea hours. Mrs. Harris Llett and
Miss Cynthia Delano and Miss Kay
Goulet and Miss Katheryn Laugh
ridge presided in turn at the tea
table during the tea boors.
mi Rande and Miss Drlscoll
were assisted in serving by Miss
Claudia Buntln and Miss Margaret
tia Emma Phlllippe of Van
.nnr ta here as the guest of ber
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Phll
lippe. She will remain iot m
weeks. Mrs. A. I. Turnbull and
Misa Marian and Phyllis Turnbull
of Wlnterhaven. Fla., are also
- Ih. Phlllnna VmTTIA The
f... . m r-om.in tnr the about the home,
" t Present were the honor guest.
At least 10 years ago Mr. and A visitor to Salem whose ap-
Mrs. E. B. Millard began what pearanee never falls to Inspire any
has developed into a charming I number ot formal and Informal
custom greatly enjoyed by mem- I affairs is Miss Winifred Byrd.
bers of the Tomarco class of the I niece of Mrs. L. H. McMahan, and
First Methodist church. They at ( a concert pianist of not who has
that time entertained with a pic-1 spent most of the past few years in
nic on the lawn ot their home and New York City in concert work,
each year since that time this Miss Byrd arrived last week and
social meeting of the class has her many friends have given her
been observed sometime during I jnst enough time to rest a bit
the summer. I f ollowinr a wearrinr trio and are
The 1932 picnic will be an event now makinc plans to welcome her
of tonight. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. socially.
Millard will be Mr. and Mrs. Har- Mrs. Henry Meyers will compli
ry Swafford, Mr. and Mrs. William ment Miss Byrd Thursday at the
Pennington, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers home with a one o'clock
Zimmerman and Mrs. Fannie luncheon with covers placed for
Campbell. 1 10 guests. The affair will be one
The supper will be served at of th deliarbtfuUv smart affairs
8:30 o'clock and th evening 0f the earlv summer.
hours following will be enjoyed other thlns are beinz nlanned
informally. and Miss Byrd and Mrs. McMahan
are planning to spend some tln.e
very soon at tbe beach.
placed for Miss Rodgers, Miss Ir
ma Bolander, Miss Dorothy White,
Miss Marmion Connor, Miss Helen
Marcus, Miss Zarelda Rodgers,
Miss Alice C. Brown and Mrs.
Gordon Wilson. The cross country
ride with members ot the Salem
riding academy followed the
Hubbard. Complimenting Mrs.
Harold Moomaw of Santa Ana,
wi inn. u a. crettea eaurwu- Turner Methodi.t larii. niA
ed Saturday night at her home SOCiety held their monthly silrer
with an informal evening of toa at tne home of Mri. c A-
Dnage. Bear Thursday afternoon. fllaA.
ueipmamm ana larkspur in iol and lirkmnr irnnrul
pastel shades were artistically ar- Ubotit th room. Th.... tkin
ruiiscu wiiu uuiuijr gypaopun D-rt ln thft nroeram vera Mr.
H. S. Bond, Mrs. Gayette Bar
nett. Mrs. Roar and Mm Small
Mrs. moomaw; jars. Alice weaver. Mr. Amh1 neft- lnH R,.
Mrs. Neva McKenxie, Mrs. Herbert ...kti th .n.ta.. t
UTeaver, miss Men uimica, jars. inr
tanon aicjaugaiin, mrs. waiaoi
jjrown, jura, ursuie woiier, airs. jlss Kathleen Rodgers of Se-
Ivan Stewart, Mrs. Orlle Boje, attief a visitor in Salem, was the
Miss Frances Weaver;; Miss Ruby inspiration for a pretty breakfast
Crittenden, Mrs. A. C. Malloy. at tne home of Mrs. Ida Godfrey
Mrs. uianae Moomaw, Miss bor- Snndav morn in Covers
rame craaen ana Mrs; lu. a. era
High scores for the evening
were won by Miss Ruby Critten
den and Mrs. Elton McLaughlin
A guest prize was presented to
Mrs. Moomaw. Mrs. Brad en was
assisted in serving by her daugh
ters, Mrs. Ursule Wolfer and Miss
Hubbard Miss Mildred Ott.
I only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Ott, became tbe bride of
I Ralph Hulburt, only son of Mr.
and Mrs. Will Hulburt, of Don
aid Sunday .at a beautiful cere
mony performed at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson at
Hillsboro. Mrs. Johnson is a sis
ter of Ralph Hulburt. The
Woodworth read the service
high noon before the! members ot
the two immediate families.
The ceremony was performed
a tt ...
Deiore tne rirepiace which was
banked with ferns and flowers.
The spacious rooms were a bow
er of flowers. The bride's gown
was-tiptoe length and of silk, and
she carried a mixed bouquet ot
flowers in pastel hues.
After the ceremony a wedding
dinner was served. The gueiits
were seated at two S prettily ap
pointed tables. Tbe bride's table
was centered with a! lovely wed
ding cake and the flowers were
blue tor-get-me-nots ! and snap
Mr. and Mrs. Hulburt are dcd-
ular members of the 'younger net
and are well known ! here. Mrs.
Hulburt has lived in Hubbard all
her life. The young! couple wil
live at Donald where Mr. Hul
burt is engaged in farming with
To Meet Visitor
Miss Virginia Holt has as her
house guest, Miss Marian Suther
land of Portland, a Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority sister. This past
weekend Miss Holt entertained ber
guest with a beach trip to Wald
port. Monday afternoon Miss Peggy
Goodfellow Invited in an intimate
group to meet Miss Sutherland
and enjoy a few hours of bridge.
Mrs. Maude Pointer
To be Tea Hostess
Mrs. Maude Pointer will receive
members ot the Missionary society
of Knight Memorial church at her
home, 10S0 North 15th street, for
a missionary tea.
Serving will begin at 2:30
o'clock. Mrs. Pointer will be assist
ed by Mrs. Charles Eyre and Mrs.
E. 8. Busbnell.
Mrs." H. S. Gile
A delightful social event of
Sunday morning was the break
fast for which Mrs. H. S. Gile was
hostess at her home. Bowlder
Knoll, In compliment to members
of. the Sterling Guild.
The breakfast table was arran
ged in keeping with a -nature"
idea. Colonial corsages bad at
tached to them dainty little place
caids suggestive of the outdoors.
Painted programs- carried on
their covers a quaint little sil
bo'ett of an old-fashioned glrL
hiss carol StJddard was toast-
mistress and responses were giv
en by Miss Jan-rt McAllister. Miss
Lcrain e Graber and Miss LaVlnla
Bulrgy. Miss Zetda Harlan was
Covers wer placed for Helen
Alexander. Zelda Harlan. Mrs.
Alma Willis, Janet McAllister.
veima Alexander, carol Stod
dard, Louis Jennings, Lole
cocbran, Mrs. Earl Gregg. La
Vlnla Bulrgy, Mrs. Lor&lne Gra
ber. and Mrs. H. 8. Gile.
Jefferson Mrs. Ernest Pow
ell and Mrs. Charles Loveland
were hostesses for the Woman's
Foreign Missionary society ot
the Christian church Friday. Mrs.
Guy Aupperle was the devotional
leader. Mrs. Ernest Powell con
ducted the brief business session
and was also in charge of the
program. Mrs. Sherman and Mrs.
Hugh Bilyeu gave readings
Mrs. Sherman, who was a dele
gate to th Turner convention
gave an interesting report. Mrs.
Warner also gave a report of the
two Missionary sermons that
were given at the convention.
Tbe members present Included
Mrs. w. H. Sherman, Mrs. W. W
Warner, Mrs. Hugh Bilyeu, Mrs
Guy Aupperle, Mrs. Harry Kes-
sier. ana th hostesses. Mrs.
Powell and Mrs-. Loveland
uuests present were Mrs. Dora
Humphrey. Mrs. Joe Vasek. Miss
Eliiabetb Auppei. Donna June DrM pl.J-jAYJll
Powell, and Miss Wright of eSS lUDj Will,
Olvmnla .!Wi sister of Mr. Kea- 1 1'' C..'J.. "
- - " - i iuuc ijuiiua
At the next meeting on August ,
S. the society will bold its an
nual picnic, th place to be an- Riverdal park. From past picnics
The womens' organizations ot
the Jasoa Lee church are plan
ning an all-day meeting at th
park la Dallas Wednesday.
Dallas Methodist ladies will Join
the group. Pot-luck lunch will be
served, with everyone asked to
bring their own table service. Cars
will leave Jason Lee church at 10
o'clock. There has been planned a
program for the afternoon. Mrs.
Hugh B. Fouke, Jr., will give a re
port from general conference.
The Salem Press club twill en-
Joy its annual, picnic Sunday at
Mrs.. Ida Pooler MeMannus ot
Honolulu. Hawaii, will leave for
her bom August 1, according t
present plans. Mrs. MeMannus has
been the guest ot her sister. Mrs.
Effle Back, since her arrival in Sa
lem in ApriL Mrs. MeMannus is
an instructor in a girl's industrial
school in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McKinlay
have had as their guests for th
past few days Dr. A. P. McKinlay,
member of the faculty of the uni
versity ot Southern California, and
Miss Muriel McKinlay of Los An
geles. Dr. McKinlay left for the
south this week end.
Mrs. Willis McCauley will en
tertain the Philathean bible class
of the First Evangelical at ber
home, 855 Breys avenue, Wednes
day afternoon beginning at 2
o'clock. Rev. E. W. Pettlcord win
give some Incidents of his trip in
the holy land.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dancy write
that they spent the Fourth of
July in Sitka, Alaska. They re
port an excellent trip. July 5 they
were taking the old 1898 trail by
train to Lake Bennett
this one is being judged a success
In advance, and anticipation runs
high for a pleasant time.
Each family ' is requested to
bring a picnic basket and tbos
1 coming ar asked to notify Mrs.
" I , . I- .. mw m m. . -m mm-t
day. Th dub will furnish ice
cream and coffee for th picnick
ers. Dinner will be arranged at
Members of th Security club
will enjoy a potluck supper at th
V. H. Straw home, 1330 South
13th street Wednesday evening.
Th snpper Is being served at 7
Mr. and Mrs. Emll A. Scbaefer
entertalned with an attract! r din
ner la Portland Sunday at which.
time the marriage ot their daugh
ter. Miss Bonnie Mia nett Scbae
fer, was made known. .
ENTERTAIN POR VISITORS
TURNER, July 11 The Miss
es Helen and Helena Witaei en
tertained with a party Thursday
night in honor ot their brother
Adelbert and his wife, and ber
sister. Miss Madge Anderson of
Saa Francisco. Th trio arrived a
few days ago to spend their vaca
tion at th Wltsel homeiAboqt
21 young people and oldsr
friends enjoyed the event. !
FORMER RESIDENT VISITS
JEFFERSON, July 11. C. A.
Ferguson of Portland was renew
ing acquaintances la- Jefferson
Friday. He was In business her
six years ago. when he operated ja
barber shop in the location occu
pied by Joe Goln. j
Now you may enjoy beach
WITHOUT PAIN OR IN
CONVENIENCE WE WILL
from both legs,
to bathing line,
leaving the skin
For This Week -
The Marton System destroys
balr roots without nse ot
liquids, needles, powder or
Opn Tnesday Evening till 1
fMVt First National Bank Bkltr. rhone 4427
I III: ty-J I
Folks, through some very,
very special purchases we
are offering yon for Tues
day and Wednesday several
items at prices that win
make yon wonder how we
By ANNE ADAMS
On of those indispensable
frocks that ar suitable from noon I his father, William Hulburt.
to midnight. It Is made of printed
sheer crepe and is bright and gay I Mrs. Mark McCalllster left Mcn
and essentially feminine. The nar- day for Hlllockburn where she
row lace edging lends a festive air will be camn matron for the
that is really charming, accenting Young People's conference ot the
as it aoes the graceful shouiaer i First Congregational church. This
capes and the attractive skirt la a state meetins: and will be at-
seaming. Uended by a large number ot young
Pattern 2290 Is obtainable only nnnl. Mrs. UeCallister has been !
in sizes 14 to 20 and 32 to 42. j cmn matron for the rroun for
BU II requires 3 yards of 39- aATera seasons. Thei conference
inch fabric. 3 yards ot 1-Inch lace. wln ciosa jui, jg. Young people
from Salem attending the confer
ence include Marjory, Humphreys,
Joyce Newcomb, .Franklin Van
Pelt and Daryl Wlesner.
At least 42 members of the
Lewis Pooler clan met at Silver
ton park Sunday for th 10th re
union, at which urn honor was
paid th memory of Lewis Pooler,
who with his family; crossed the
plains in 1862. Ivan! Pooler, one
of tbos present Sunday, sow lives
in the old donation! : land claim
I near Pratum of Lewis Pooler.
Mrs. Ida McManus of, Honolulu,
daughter ot Lewis Pooler, : was
also present for tbe1 Sunday re
, 6ad flfUca caata , (lSe) is
etna r ataaipa (aoina preferred),
tor aaeh patter,. Writ plainly
Kar nana, addraaa aoi atyli tum
r Ba sura to auts alia waatad.
Tar aaamer a-ardroba eaa ba
plaaaad aily and laaxpaaaival?
.with tba asaictaaea of oar aarraal
SS-par f tab toe eaUlof. Tha Mat
f tba aeaaoo'a aftsraooa, a porta
aad avaaing frock i, Hasari. beni
draataa aa4 kiddiea' aaadala all
praoaall7 aheaaa by Aan Adaiaa,
ara nada availabla . thraafb Uiit :
baaattfut book, fioad for yaor copy
today. ?iieo t eiuloj, ifta
aaata, Cauios sad pattara totatk
ar. tvaaty fio aaata. fldreaa all
mail aad ordara to SUtwaa Fat
torai Oapartmeat, t43 Waas 17tk
Straat. Kav Xork City. ,
when made from fresh
full flavored berries and
Gone are the days when
it was necessary to use
fruit that was under ripe
in order to be certain of
success. Not only are you
insured against failure
when you use
bat try the simple cap-fbtvcop
. method you tu oly mmm aia.
.. pie recipe for aU fradta. N
compUcmted book of tedpc .
A trial will convince yo. Fesv
Jal is sold under a saoacy-back
tiatSAt(abMC tailor, n
1 1 it m I "
110 dresses, all
while they last,
215 dresses, all
and styles, reg
ular values to
10 dozen Panama hats at
the give-away price of
JOHNSON'S FOR HOSE
You can't beat Johnson's
for values. 12 dozen purses,
just unpacked, genuine calf
skin in white and otner
shades, regular $2.95 and
$3.95 values, Tuesday and
JOHNSONS for GLOVES
No Charge, Ho Refunds and
Ka Approvals ai Tfc.es Prices
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1 I n mi iTTata i ..n
Tbe Store tor Ladle
. 464 State
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DttdDim SDns SG!?
508 State St.
Friday and Saturday the two best days in
the history of the store and the sale is still
poms at full blast
FOR THIS WEEK - we have made fur
ther reductions and w'11 Hese out the entire
pfri-p within the next few dvs- We have
added broken lines from our Liberty street
store at a small fract;on of their wholesale
cost. Entire stock
pced in four quick
L9diVs' Fullfashioned Pure Silk Hose
regular $1.50 to $2, go at 95c
-- Sale at Corner Stale and High --
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