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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning.' July 14, 1932
oeiety News and Glut Affairs
Oltve M. Doak. Society Editor
Gay Aiiairs Honor
fioeietT will be all astir dur
ing the remainder of the month
i jot -July with ... delightful affaire.
' some formal and others Informal,
which are being arranged in com
pliment to Mri and Mrs. I. W.
1 Davidson who are planning .- to
leave Salem August 1st. for Med
ford where they will make their
home.'..'' ' !'. - : .
i On Friday of this-week the
-festiTlUes will begin with an at
tractively appointed bridge tea
with Mrs. - Reed Rowland, as
- hostess . in . her home on Leslie
street Four tables or aueuon
hridge will be in play during the
:- ' Friday evening Mrs. Roy .Stewr
art. and . ber 'sister. Miss Ruth
Kolbe,-hero InTited friends for, a
'dessert ' bridge" la compliment
to Mrs. Davidson. Pink and white
-will predominate throughout the
room 'and table decorations with
the- covers being -placed at one
Urge table which will be center-
: ed with a stlrer howl of pink and
white sweet peas, guarded by
pink tapers In green holders.
" Guests for the evening will in
clude, the honor guest, Mrs. L. D.
Davidson. Mrs. Paul Stockard of
Conrallls. Mrs. AI Adolphson.
Mrs.7L. L. Jensen, Mrs. John
Beakey, Mrs. Reed Rowland and
"the ' hostesses, Mrs. Roy Stewart
and Miss Kolbe.
; A number .ot other smart af
fairs are being planned for Mr.
and Mrs. DaTidson during their
short stay in Salem.
Miss Vera McCune
Honored With Shower
f . i '
j in honor of Miss Vera McCune;
whose marriage to Chiiies Neu
bauer of Lebanon, will be an
rent of Saturday, the Misses Et
ta White and May JFlauch. enter
tained with a smarts pre-nuptlal
shower and evening of cards,
Tuesday evening in the Rauch
home on Center street,
f At the bridge tables, were
i marked for, the honor guest Miss
Vera McCune, Miss Mary Cupper,
Miss Lillian Davis. Mis Lena
' Belle Tartar. Miss Jennie McCune,
Mrs. Catherine Slmms, Mrs. Wil
ms Wright, Mrs. Clara Thomp
son, Mrs. Catherine O'Neill, Mrs.
W. H. McCune, Mrs. J. P. McKln-
Jay, Mrs. Russell Beutler, Mrs. T
W. Creech and the hostesses. Miss
Etta White and Miss May Rauch
I High score cards was won by
Mrs. Russell Beutler and consol
ation award went to Mrs. Clara
- t The regular meeting of the La
dles Auxiliary of the Hal Hibbard
" - i . ' '
Thursday, July H
Artisan picnic supper at home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ivan Martin, :S0 o'clock. Each, family bring, one hot .
and one cold covered dish; dancing, cards and music to
follow supper; friends may be Invited.
Keixer Ladles Aid with Mrs. W. E. SaTage, 2
o'clock. ..: j - - - ,
Willing Workers class of First Christian church,
meeting at home of Mrs. C. C Cole, Rt. 8, Thursday,
at 2 p. m. '
, Juvenile organization of Neighbors of Woodcraft
meeting, Thursday from two until five o'clock, at the
lfth street playground". All members expected to attend.
. . Friday, July 15
Sewing club of the Business and Professional Wom
en's club with Mrs. Maud Pointer. 1050 North 15th
street: V:30 o'clock picnic supper.
; Picnic supper and evening program for Calvary
Baptist Women's society Md their friends at "Boulder
, Knoll the home of Mr. nd MrsH. S. Gtle, , '
'-,.v.V . f" ' ' "-. -"-"
Sundav'S.Jvly "If '. ...
' tress club picnic, BJverdale park, . "J: 30 o'clock.
Make reservations with Mrs, A. L Lindbeck by Friday.
Miss Emma Evans
To Wed C. Jansen
S m a r t Luncheon
Probably, one of the most out-
Miss Emma Evans of Aurora,
was the inspiration for a prettily
appointed pre-nuptlal shower,
entlrtainrd ?orThenVrTrTdel l1" f ""V!
MissaniSor SS marriagl o'llociTuncheon bng" 17ringe5
by Miss Evans for her marriage Henry Meyers
to Cornelius Jansen. which will vk
take place at the home of the 1. " . u utc wir.
ijh.. .... i. Ant-n i street,-In compliment to Miss Wln-
brldes parents in Aurora. I tfre4'BTrd who nas recently re-
Gueats for the occasion lncludr turned to Salem to pass the re
ed, the honor guest, Miss Evans, mainder of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans, Mra A lovely low bouquet of mixed
Bertha Evans, all of Aurora; Mrg. garden blossoms will center the
L. Lehman, - Mrs. John Robins; luncheon table where covers will
Miss Lorraine Robins, Miss Lydia be placed for a few intimate
Chllds, Miss Gussle Niles, Miss friends of the honor guest, Miss
Laara Marsh, and Miss Margaret winafred Byrd, and Mrs. L. M.
Marsh of Dallas and the hostessv McMahan, Mrs. Paul Wallace,
MIbs Prlday.- . j Mrg b. O. Schucking, Mrs. Shel-
The Misses Lorraine Robins don Sackett, Miss Mable Robert-
and- Margaret Marsh assisted the son, Miss Elizabeth Lord, Miss
hostess In the serving of a dainty Edith Schryver, Miss Marie
luncheon. Churchill of Portland, and the
hostess, Mrs. Henry Meyers.
j Following the luncheon the af-
An Interesting vacation is be- ternoon will be spent informally
ing planned by a group of the Wnh conversation,
younger set, which will include a
two weeks' stay at Rockaway.
Those who , will make up the 1 Mrs. Clifton C. Mudd and
party are, Betty Baker, Florence, small son Billy, will motor to
Utter, Jean, Marshall, Laneta Chemawa Thursday afternoon, to
Bellinger, and Marguerite Smith, help celebrate the birthday an-
Miss Eleanor Tonsirg of Port- niversary of Sammy Rainey, son
land will accompany the group of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rainey of
as chaperone. They plan to leave that district. A group or young
Salem Sunday by motor in com- playmates of the honor guest
pany with Mrs. G. C. Bellinger, wlH be entertained during the
and return home a fortnight later afternoon, with a number of the
with Mrs. F. L. Utter. i guests motners calling at the tea
A "slumber party"
Mrs. G. Hadleyi ik
Members of . the ' Wednesday
bridge clcb and a few additional
gueS ts were honored Wednesday
afternoon with a smartly arranged
one o'clock' luncheon followed by
an afternoon of contract hridge.
when Mrs. Gordon Hadley enter
tained the group In her. home on
Market street.- f ; " ..;.-, r
. The luncheon tables were cen
tered with French bouquets In
delicate pastel tints, which car
ried out the color scheme in both
table and card accessories. ,
Guests hoen for the afternoon
were. Mrs. Frank Chapman. Mrs.
Rex Adolph, Mrs. Wallace Carson.
Mrs. George Weller. Mrs. Willard
Marshall, Mrs; Vem Miller. Mrs.
Jerald Backstrand, Mr Rkhard
Stola. Mrs. John Coughell, Jr.,
Mrs; Kenaeth Power Mrs. -Ken
neth Wilson, Mrs. Wolcott Buren.
Mrs. Frank Deckebaeh, Jr., ' and
Miss Rowena "lyre. - ,
.; Mrs. John Caughell. Jr.. and
Mrs. Willard Marshall assisted the
Picnic at Riverdale
Fraternis club members, their
wives and guests will motor to
Riverdale Friday evening where
they will enjoy a picnic swim and
sports program. Dr. Verdon
Hockett, chairman of the social
committee for the year. Is being
assisted by L. W. Davidson, Deryl
Myers, L. V. Benson, Vernon
Perry and .William . Kapphahn.
This is one of the most popular
Informal social, events of the
An interesting weekend vaca
tion is being arranged by Mr. and
Mrs. Rnssell Bonesteele and their
house guests, Mrs. Bonesteele's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph H. Briggs and daugh
ter Barbara of Taklma, Wash.,
when they will leave by motor
Thursday morning for southern
Oregon, to enjoy -a few days of
fishing in the Rogue river. Grants
Pass, Gold Beach and other points
of Interest will be visited before
their return home Monday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Briggs and
daughter arrived in Salem Wed
nesday to renew acquaintances
with former Salem friends. They
expect to return to their Washing
ton home the latter part of July.
Mrs; Vernon Day
Guest of Honor
Complimenting ' M r's. Vernon
Day, her sister. Mrs. Edwin Thom
as entertained -Tuesday evening
at the Thomas' home on North
Fifth street, with a prettily ap
pointed shower, followed by an
evening of auction bridge. An ef
fective color scheme of pink and
white was. used In the table de
corations and card . assessories.
High honors for hridge were won
by" Mrs George Rhoten with con
solation prize going to Mrs. Gar
land Simpson. i
Those included in the group
were the honor guest. Mrs. Ver
non Day. - Mrs. George Rhoten.
Mrs. Earl Cooley, Mrs. Garland
Simpson, Mrs. Raskin Blatchford,
Mrs. George Moorehead. Mrs. Hor
ace Baker, Mrs. Howard Miller,
Mrs. Roy Stewart. Mrs.' J. DeHar
port. Miss Beatrice -Hartung, Miss
Loretta Fisher, Miss Gladys Fish
er, Miss Florence Power and the
hostess, Mrs. Edwin E Thomas.
, Mrs. Garland Simpson assisted
the hostess with the serving of a
late supper. .
;Caltary Baptist Women'r se-i
elety are Inviting their . husbands '
and frteed &' a 'picnic- supper
WHO SAID YOUNG MAN'S FANCY? J:
-next Friday at C:3 on the lawn , It appears that love not only laughs at locksmiths, but also indulges ta
of" Boulder Knoll" the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Glle. During ld unriw of old Co. L, 12th Indiana Cavalry, shewn
L b iuw awn i uwDugn to wea lo-vear-oio Mrs. Kiizabatn Uaarlin
at Los Annies. Woolpert, retired Indiana farmer, is the father of tea
(children. He once had his horse shot from under him In the Civil War
the evening a splendid program
will be given, including music,
readings and a one-act Play "Mrs.
Rip Van Winkle Wakes Up" giv
en by Mrs. Wayne Henry, Mrs.
Elma McCalllster. Mrs. Addle Cur
tis and Mrs. George Rhoten, with
G. E. Ross as coach. Musical num
bers will be given by Mrs. Ray
Fawk and Mrs. Harry Harms,
with Mrs. W. F. Foster as accom
panist. A three part song will be
given by six of the choir members
Mrs. Dale Taylor, Mrs. C H. Dav
is, Miss Josephine Evans, Mrs.
guff aw at Father Time occasionally. Here is Charles Woolpert, 91
and was twice wounded. The venturesome couple appears supremely
nappy. - ;
K. H. Pickens. Mrs. McCalllster
and Mrs. Mina M. Glle,
Mrs. Glie will be assisted at
the supper hour by Mrs. Ed Blng
eheimer,' Mrs. D. R. Peteson, Mrs.
Earl Gregg, Mrs. Ed Schunke and
Mina M. Gile.
the supper and program will be
given In the church.
The Toung Married Peeple's
class and the Senior B. T. P. U
of the First Baptist church will
1 hold a Joint picnle. Friday ef en-
President's Club ;; -
Guests at Shipp Hcim6 1
Members or- the Past lTesi-v"
dent's elub of the Woman's Re-.
Ue Corps,-, were honored TVed- .
nesday afternoon at ,th- Jiome- ,
of Mrs! John Shipp on Saginaw V
street. An Afternoon of eonrer- .
satloa . and sewlnr .followed hr;
tea was enjoyed by the group. ;
Roll call was answered by Mre.
Llxzie W. Smith. Mrs. Beesif
Martin. Mrs... Mary Aexermaa.
Mrs, Louise King. Mrs. Rose Vor
Is, Mrs. , Sarah. .Peterson. Mrs-.
Bertha Loveland, Mrs. sine uun-,
lop. Mrs. LeunvMcAAams. Mrs. v
Jennie F. B. Joaes, and, the host-,v
ess, Mrs. John Ships. Mrs. s. P-,.
terson assisted the. hostess at tne
tea bout ."-
I The Christian" Efideavor socie
ty of the First Evangelical church
held their monthly business
meeting. Tuesday - night with a '.
picnle at Riverdale. - Swimming
and boating were enjoyed. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Victor
BaHantyne. Gladye and Wine-
mina Hilflker,. Ruth and . Irene -
8tover, Geserlv and Irma Mar v ..
tin, Helen ,Rex, Mildred Zosel. .:
Esther" Hllmer.' - EXfla Grimes, i ,
Joyce Phelpv - Klva Ault, - AdoW - .
phus Ballantyne. Jean .Rodin, ;
Ivan Ostermaa. Francis a-1 Ken
aeth Belter who are visiting here
from Los Angeles, California:;
Emery Pettlcord. Norral Gleason.
and Ralph Foster.
' Congratulations are being seat
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strata of Port
land, upon the birth of a daugh
ter, Jacqnline Ana, bora July .7 .
at the Emanuel, hospital la Port
land. Mrs. Stutx will be, remem
bered among Salem people as
Nina Logan. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Struts are graduates of the Salem
high school and were popular
If the weather is unfavorable, ing at o'clock at Hager's grove, memoes of the younger set.
uiumiT ut cue? iiai niuuaiu I i. . i .... . . . . I -
. .. .... . . i iuo cuure truun win da npin si
tamo or tne united soanisn wari.v. T... -
Veterans, which was announced ,Tr r.t t 7rT Tne annual Oklahoma picnic
for Friday of this week, has been Jjf; i kt fi5 wlU b held Sunday at Silyerton
postponed l one week at which 5S f.1. Ur re5Id.enV
;tlme Mrs. J. Arnold will be hos- v " u ' oi iexas as joint nosts ana nost
.... 1 UCtttll,
tess for the group.
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esses. W. A. Delzell, president of
the Oklahom clan will : have
Mrs. George L. Dutton and chli K116. of "' Iot tn
talks, music and numerous, out
door sports is being planned.
Mr. and Mrs. William Watklns
are now "at home" to their
friends, in their new residence,
1940 Virginia street in the Engle-
Aaaiuonai guests at tne unc- wood district.
er home during the past week end
were Mrs. Bud Frailer and chil
dren of Lewis ton, Idaho. They I
made the trip by motor returning
home by way of Portland where
they will visit with relatives. j
dren Nancy Ann and Albert, mo
tored to Salem Tuesday to enlot
the day with Mrs. Dutton's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert RL
Hunter on South 24th street. The
Portland visitors returned home
Tuesday evening. i
Honoring the birthday of Miss
Venita LaBranche, a pleasant
surprise party was held recently
at the Felix LaBranche home
east of town.
The young people who enjoy
ed the event Included the. honor
guest, Venita " LaBranche," Marie
and Antheia Elfstrom, . Grace
Rasmussen, Leona . LaBranche,
Roland Rassmussen, Roy Crabb, '
Earl . Grlepentrog, Kenneth Can-.
Waldemar Roemhlldt. . i
Talbot Mrs. C. F. Johnston
was the Inspiration . for a lovely
shower given' at the Ankeny
Grange hall Friday afternoon, j
Guests were .Mrs. George Mar-
latt, Mrs. E. J. Freeman, Mrs.
Delmer Davidson, Mrs. A. E. Cole,
Mrs. A. L. EmmoDB, Mrs. R. H.
Fsrr, Mrs, L. B. Smith, Mrs. G. M.
Beianap, Mrs. e. 1 Todd, Mrs.
Charles Meier, Mrs.1. George Potts,
Mrs. Nelson Gilmore. Mrs. Taylor,
! Misses Janet .Belknap. Violet Me- j
Cormtck and Sylvia Todd.
Mrs. Jennie S. B. Jones, in
company with Mr, and Mrs. Ed
ward Weller. and Miss Anna
Flshback, motored to Falls City I
Sunday where they attended the !
Bv ANNE ADlMR I anniversary or the Christian
! A 'charming warm weather e&rch. Mrs. Jones was amons
frock for the matron, and one that Ube seven .surviving member
will flatter her figure. The deep bnrch was first orgaa-
cape collar U dlscreeUr fastened f 7rs ago. a pleasant
under the belt: ths bin is snnciday of informal talks and musie
and the skirt flare Joined in a WM nJoyed by the group after
well proportioned downward flare which the Salem party motored
This model, is lovely fashioned of I borne.
4 georgette, chiffon, voile, dimity
er flat crepe In blue or black with
! "White print, -r
Pattern 23(1 is obtainable on-
' ly In sizes 38. SS. 40. 41. 44 48.
' Sizes 3 requires 4 yards of 3-
. incn raoric.
Leave your breakfast dish
es and follow the crowds to
Johnson's. Speaking of val
ues, look at these:
BLOUSES in our regular, $1.00
values O (M Aft
at for vl.UU
SWEATERS, our entire stock
NEW MESH SHORTS, regular
values, now. . 2 for $1.00
One group of HATS, values" o
Limited Bupply of Oakbrook
95c HOSE, O prs. Pi Art
.... 1 for VW
i ii ii ii ii
tmi tilt a at ' (tSc)
cola or i tamps (cin pnlarrti),
far set patters. Wliu UIb'j
mr . MrM and ctyl ao
t B tor to ctau ! wasted.
Ioar Meimr wardroba aa. h
Slaaaed aaiily aad tosipeiiiively
wfth tba aitlntaaea of aar carraat
3 paCa (aihloa eatalos. -Ta beat
mt tba aaaaoa'a aftnoon. porta
and araainr iroeka, Hasaria. kat
dretMS aad kiddiaa' BMdcla- all
Swraoiiallr ennsaar by Aaaa Adaaia,
ara nada avaliabla tbroafb Uiia
baaatlfal book. 8aad (or 7or aapy
tadar. Priea af catalog. . tiXU
aaala. CataSoi: aad pattern tofath
r. twentr-(ia eeata. I .i rtti all
all. and ardara ta 8ttewisa Pat
tra Oapartmeat, 3S Waat ITU
Etraet, Kaw l'aik City. -
-East Woodburn Miss Audrey j
Seely who will soon be married.
was honored recently with a pre-1
nnptlal shower at the home of her
parents. . About 75 guests were
present. She received many - and
varied lovely gifts.- Miss Seely
formerly taught the Grassy Pond
'. a a
The juvenile organization" f
the .Neighbors ot Woodcraft wfll
meet on Thursday, from ' X until S
I o'clock, at the 14th Street play"
ground. All members of the or-
! ganizatioa are expected to be pres
The Willing Workers class btl
the First Christian church will
meet Thursday afternoon at 3 e'-l
clock at the home of Mrs. C. C.
Cole, TRotite, S. . I
MORE and more women
are thus greeting each
other in the piece goods de
partments of our stores? lo
fact, the piece goods depart
ments are rapidly becoming
the, headquarters of modern
women who have found that
modern, simplified patterns
enable them to take advan-
vantage , of the wonderful
- values in materials the stora
In these days of developing - .
and capiulizing feminine tal- 1):
eats, the woman who does not
"tew is actually ca'led "oil ;
- fashioned" by her more pro-- :
gressive sbters who buy their ;
, fabrics at the current bargain 't
s t rices, and in no tune at all 1
flaunt beautiful frocks per- j
lectTy fitted to thjeir person- :
tlities as,well as their figures. ; ;
Anne Adams Patterns ot- ; .
.V fered wery day in this news- :-,
? eaper are the favorite patterns
- of all tf those discriminating
talented . women you see at - -:.
their sewing machines. Watch . :
for them every day in ;.-
New shipments of GENUINE,
CALFSKIN PURSES, e Aft
values to 3.50. at ltlU
Large, assortment of SCARF8,
formerly 9 8c,
2;.; $1.00 1
1 assortment of BRASSIERES,
special now n , A(
U f or Wlivu
AT 508 STATE STREET
We bought this stock at less than one-third
of its actual wholesale cost and we are.
passing a large portion of this saving on .
to our customers. Thousands of slioe buyers
have already visited this sale and there is
still more of this wonderful stockfto be sold
at a small fraction of its former icost. We
have arranged these shoes in four prices
SO BATHING SUITS, 31.95 to
TUB FROCKS of gen nine In-'
dian Head broadcloth A A
and pequot at ..... IaUU
All Jewelry - at r
Vz Price -
1?S DRESSES In washable
crepes, prints, chiffons.- satins,
etc., values' to . QC
I10.4S ....... $0iJD
-Many other items space
does not permit to mention.
JOHNSON'S FOR HOSE
JOHNSON'S for GLOVES
No, Charges, No Refunds' an d
No Approvals at These Prices
The Store for Ladiee"
. 464 SUte '
. tadtes' Silk Hps ;
Regularly $1.50 to $2 Values, 79c
; 3. p4rs-325
There is included in this stock, broken line from our Liberty street store, ranjr- : Ej
ing in pnee irom fo.u 10 y i wjucu wm uo uutca out u uio tamo io, pncei N
Being Sold by the Price. Shoe Go.
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