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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, July 24, 1932
isitors in City Inspire Entertaining; College Rush Parties Popular
Attention of Large Groups Drawn Toward
Jolly Fascination of Benefits
Summer Society Stirs" to Step Forth and in Large Numbers Assist
Club and Church Alike
BENEFITS seem almost too strenuous for languid days of summer but the weather
man this year conspired with ambitious matrons and the result that July will have to
its credit two very large bridge benefits, one for church and one for club assistance.
The benefit planned for this week is that to be given Wednesday by the members of
Junior -Guild of St Paul's Episcopal church. The affair is planned for the beautiful gar
dens of the rural home of Mrs. Homer Goulet.
, Bridge will be in play during the early afternoon hours, Mrs. Wallace Carson is tak
ing care of the reservations. Guests will bring their own card and table accessories.
At the tea hour which will follow bridge Mrs. Margaret LeFurgy and Mrs. George
Swift will preside at the- tea urns and Mr. V. R. Griggs, and Mrs. U; G. - Shipley
will ttif lrp ' 1
i Mrs. John Caughell. Jr.. Mrs. Rex Adolph. Mrs. Frank
Shafer. Mrs. Richard StoltzMiss Dorothy White, Miss Ro
vena Eyre, Miss Margaret Wilson. Miss Kay Goulet, Miss
Zora Farnsworth, Miss Emlyn Griggs, Miss Eleanor Swift,
Miss Alice Swift, and Miss Bertha Babcock will assist in
serving. o r-
The second benefit of the
fortnight was that sponsored
by the women of Illahee Golf club
In the spacious and picturesque
- clubhouse Friday afternoon. Cards
were In play at 25 tables arranged
on the wide sweeping veranda and
In the club lounge.
Gladioli in regal bouquets made
effective flower arrangements
: bout the Teranda and lounge and
.low baskets of sweet peas 'added
The tea table was centered with
a pretty combination of sweet
' peas and larkspur and this flank
: ed with green tapers.
Mrs. E. A. Skelley and Mrs.
' Tom Wolgamott presided at the
tea table and Mrs. Earl Burch,
Mrs. Brazier Small, Mrs. Robin
Day and Mrs. S. W. Starr assist
ed in serving.
winning scores for auction
bridge were held by Mrs. Max
Rodgers and Mrs. D. D. Blatsford.
In contract Mrs. H. G. Smith and
Mrs. R. H. Baldock held high
, Guests for the bridge and tea
Mrs. Fred Duncan. Mrs. H. D.
Leinlnger, Mrs. C. Butte, Mrs.
; Fred Bernardl, Mrs. Marvin Roth.
Mrs. Gordon Thompson, Mrs. L. E.
White, Miss Gladys Conner, Mrs.
- Max Rodgers. Mrs. Webster Ross,
Mrs. Lewis Stanley, Mrs. Ruskin
' Bla.teb.ford, Mrs. Otho White
A. H. Wilson, Mrs. Connie
aard, Miss Evelyn Kertson. Clara
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Mrs. Barbara Arnold
Hal Hibbard Hostess
A delightful afternoon was
enjoyed by members of Hal Hib
bard Auxiliary Friday afternoon
when Mrs. Barbara Arnold en
tertained the group at a garden
party at her home on North 21st
The lovely garden of the Ar
nold home made a perfect place
for the informal afternoon of
conversation and later added an
attractive setting for the tea
hour at which time Mrs. Arnold
was assisted by Mrs. Susa
Litchfield and Mrs. Lula Hum
SOCIAL CALENDAR j
Monday, July 25
District meeting for "Royal Neighbors of America,
at Fraternal temple; .closed lodge meeting I o'clock;
program open to public to follow.
Tuesday, July 26
Business and Professional Women potluck picnic,
honoring .retiring president, Merl Dimmick, Silverton
park; meet at Cottage street entrance to Willson park,
6 o'clock. ,
East division of the Ladies Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church, with Mrs. L. O. Clement, 345 North
17th street; one o'clock potluck luncheon.
Wednesday, July 27
North Salem W. C. T. U. Garden party, 2:30
o'clock; Mrs. William Spiers, 1435 North Summer
Leslie Can Do class of the Leslie Methodist church,
garden party at home of Mrs. W. C. Connor, 765 Rural
Child is "Fair
o i a tr
ege Circles Busy With. "Rus
O ' . ... e 2 ..,
Parties for Maids Entering School
This Coming Fall
Maids are Enjoying Busy Days With Parties of alL? Kind' Being
Planned for Their Happiness
CHARMING additions to the summer social events are the "rushing parties sponsored
by various sorority groups of the city and by those in adjoining cities.
Groups of Salem maids are motoring to Portland to attend luncheons and teas giv
en there by sorority groups, and not a few maids of Salem are being entertained with a
round of teas, suppers, luncheons, swimming parties, and picnics, formal and informal af
fairs that delight and make the summer a gay memory.!
The largest affair of such kind to be pla nned for this week in Salem will be the buf
fet supper planned for Tuesday night at the Delta Phi sorority home on Court-street.
t Miss Gwendoly Hunt is in charge of the general arrangements and . assisting with
program and supper plans is Miss Elizabeth Clement, Miss Sarah Dark, ; Miss Gertrude
oOehler, Miss Marion Bretz, and Miss Edith Fndley.
The Beta Chi sorority have already been hostesses for
a very large formal tea and the same group has entertained
through its Portland resident members with other affairs.
The coming weeks will see the culmination of "rushing"
plans of the Alpha Phi Alpha sorority.
o All in all a large part of
YII i Di'AV nrnr itne summer social nours win
SATURDAY proved a brilliant ending to a week that has
been full with all manner of social activities.
One of the charming affairs for the weekend was the
luncheon for which Mrs. George R. Moorehead was host
ess at her home in compliment to Mrs. L. C. Kimsey, a vis
itor here from Burns. Mrs. Kimsey, daughter of Mrs. George
Especially enjoyed were two Moorehead and sister-in-law of Mrs. George R. Moorehead,
guests, Mrs. Percy Pugh, a nlans on leaving soon for her home.
Mrs. H. B. Reilly assisted Mrs. Moorehead. Following
the luncheon hour bridge was in play.
O Guests in compliment to
Mrs. Kimsey bidden by Mrs.
Moorehead included Mrs.
Kimsey and Mrs. Phil Pitt
man, both of Burns; Mrs.
Donald Mars, Mrs. J. A. Jelderks,
Mrs. E. E. Thomas, Mrs. Gardner
Knapp. Mrs. Max Rodgers, Mrs.
H. B. Rellly, Mrs. Horace J. Thom
as, Mrs. George Rhoten, Mrs. Ken
neth Waters, and for the hostess
Mrs. George R. K. Moorhead.
Miss Phyllis Day, whose return
from the east has been an immedi
guest here from Washington and
who has not visited here for five
years, and Mrs. C. O. Wilsdfi of
Springfield, Oregon, who had not
met with the group for the past
Other guests included Mrs.
Ada Hull, Mrs. Adline Lamk
tree, Mrs. Ida Seymour, Mrs.
Lillian McKinley, Mrs. Ella
Woodward, Mrs. Ethel Welsh.
Mrs. Edith Woolpert. Mrs. Ellen
Thompson, Mrs. Ruth Brant, Mrs.
Jessie Bertelson, Mrs. Grace
Mickelson, Mrs. Catherine Hew
lett, Mrs Lucy Newcomb, Mrs.
Susa Litchfield, Mrs. Grace Car-
ter, Mrs. Anna Alley, Mrs. Lulu
Humphrey, Mrs. Bessie Baker,
Mrs. Iris Arnold, Miss
Arnold, and Mrs. Arnold.
Way . . .
X? did you feel the ate event, was the Inspiration for
Ruth thrill Of once more dressing ? attractive lawn bridge tea at
for the theatre, and arriving Saturday afternoon, a group of
early enough to watch the au- the younger set acting as hostess-
?5in 1 H MTT?Z rr.CTIPP R TT P. Rrroorf IM, dience cather? The fun Of with Miss Sande
Mrs. VI vxtp d in7. -"6B"- UnAW tn thi friend and Miss Sande. Miss Margaret Bur-
ItZL0!' Zr Zt Sather Announced "iSd: The .J"P!?
n as to wno was et En gel served at the tea hour
":n ."' ?nl? Z"'J-h Tnot ;i-Prtv,;fir, of Miss Marguerite Gwendolyn with Marv and who with Cards were In play for several
urover ueiunger, airs, uurion aiy- " ?:,-- a. --a t.i. . .i..- 1.1-. hours durlnr the afternoon.
Mrs. J. Nilwn of Riverton. Ore- A"I. 1 XTZ Hostess and guests who greet-
gon, was announced at a charm- c.. ? v r" ed MlM at tb, pretty DartT
Mrs. Percy R. Kelly, Mrs. H. A. ing little party given by Mrs. mailing ior xne curiam w gu ineiuaea Mrs. Frances Burgy. miss
en, Mrs. Prince Byrd, Mrs. Wil
; liam Phillips, Mrs. B. Gibson, Mrs.
David Wright. Mrs. James Hardle.
' Mrs. 2. N. Bishop, Mrs. G. N. King,
Mrs. O. C. Locke, Mrs. F. C. Rlt-
er, Mrs. A. D. Woodmansee, Mrs
C. C. Schneider, Mrs. Walter Zo-
1, Mrs. D. J. Bowe.
Mrs. R. M. Walker, Mrs. M. C
Hard, Mrs. Roe Drager, Mrs. R. A. Sather at the Sather home Sat- up while music echoes in the Margaret Burdette, Miss Maxine
Yacom, Mrs. . A. uraDennorst, uraay nignt. A color scheme hitrh vaultpd theatre? So did I TJ ' " tww,
Mrs. S. B. Walker, Mrs. M. C. Wil- I of yellow and white with a "r argar". JS,?ei'..Mls" M&rarcl
Hams, Mrs. William Stacey, Mrs. I daisy motif was used and the
Harry WIedner, Mrs. Fred Brock, I tally cards at the bridge tables
TITI 1 , . All 1 - A M A. w
W111ab Mn T A MrRrM un I BiiEB must vouney, jars. Aiito 1 iiiiut mcu gueii 01 in en'
ii t on n M vfc t BUki BuU, Mrs. F. G. Myers, Mrs. gagement
TT iwvu- u, mis. 1 KUi tfvuueyu, I a t. uuiug uh lo una uwu Bv
Mrs. F. G. Bowersor, Mrs. Ralph for August 10 at Trinity church
Wirth, Mrs. Edmond A. Lebold, at Silverton.
Mrs. Carl Armstrong, Mrs. Hal
We. Corey. Miss Claudia Buntln. Miss
And it reminded US I Fae Driscoll. Miss Isobel George,
that after all the mechanical M,f Je" Wilson, Miss Cynthia
nrw,:,inn nf piriPma can Deln. Ml8 Flavla Downs. Miss
precision 01 ine cinema can mnv., vci.. i--. sm.k.
not furnish that intimate in- Miss Frances Martin, Miss Maxine
terest that comes from the McKiiiop. Misr jean Eastndge,
Miss Sather is a former stu- stage production by fellow J188 Virginia Cross Miss Franees
Wiley, Mrs. H. J. Bean, Miss Bea- dent at Oregon State college human beings, be they even visa Bnia Bailev ml. a?
trice Olin, Mrs. R. W. Davis, Mrs J where she Is affiliated with the L,,, Uaa prfl Zl"- J" , w i" A. . A?"
RAicr Wondraw. Mrs J. H. Hunt. Karma. Delta, aororltv Dnrlne the .w. " ration,
u - .. ... 1 wr " 1 m m m
Miss Beuy Thomas, Mrs. u. v. ey- past winter sne nas been stuay
WHEN you are
all dressed up
this afternoon or early even-
Miss Jeanne Patton. Miss Mary
Frances Henderson, Miss Barbara
MacDonald, Miss Laneta Belling
er, Miss Hazel Johnson. Miss Ed'
ith Moorhouse, Miss Lorraine Kln
ser. Miss Rath Cullen, Miss Dor
otha Cannon. Miss Helen Wied-
ans Mrs. C. W. Brener, Mrs. Ethel Ing vocal musie under Prof. E.
McFarland. Mrs. Lois Morris, Mrs. W. Hobson of Salem and she
Odile McFarland, Mrs. Lois Blais- is a member of the Madrigal club
McCullough. Dr. Johnson is a graduate or d th(t ,-fanda wait
at the door steD. in with er. Miss Cleo Rltner. Miss Betty
Ralph lover, Mrs. T. H. Norm- Delta Sigma Delta fraternity. He JJad and tne iamiiy and mo- V. 1 7 1
and. Mrs T. Coneler. Mrs. E. N. ha been Dractidnr at Silverton V ' ""' uu
, - 1 lAjt uuwii 1.11c aiict ucbnixu i uin irarhwm tt. w. . j m T?t
S. Walton, Mrs. Walter Funrer. young couple will make their ,ww " Ur . , . . JL. Z
r. xr n' TLrt,. t t v. Slimmer crro-t Tht hack I entertainment of Saturday.
mil. n. vf. tt hik, mim. . w i uvura unn l - - . . . ,
laney, Mr Eart Mortry. Mrs. H. Assisting Mrs. - Sather at the vards in this block are well I D1W pie"
H. OUittM Un Krl OUltnphajn. linnnHiii-fnint 'nartv wr- Mn ai .v i. T I " " wrm amy. jne
' rT,7, oIVv"; uV. ulii;u 7" ;'Y I w"rtu me enwu aiuwiik aocb gau affair was a plcnte at
Baldock, Urn. E4 Kwnedy. kr' gard" Other guest, included Vlr- gardeners to make this alley RTrdal Pk which partici-
Joe Bernard!, Mrs, Joe DeSousa. giaia West, Maxine Allen, Jane stand Out in prominence are ..V? rOBP of th0 ytnin
Mrs. H. O. Smith, Mrs. Frances M. Opsund, Verda Oeder, all of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Riches "inderi amon, (hnfl .nln.ln.
Malode. Mrs. W. E. Chandler. Mia Portland ? ILloise Whirht of Sa- j ir j if- r W inc,nao mong those enjoying
" - - - i m nil i vi r . Miii iv 1 1 ja ri . i rna an( wawa. AKa m r
Mary Ballenger, Mrs Deryl Burris, lem and Mable Dlgerness. Betty 17 " ; .7 " Q .v 7h. . ' "u"
MrsT Betty Krueger. Miss Doris Kleinsorge. DorU Turrell. 'Elea- Moon. In their respective Frank Chapman Mr. a4 Mn
ThnniMnn f r , nTKrf ChwH- I T.n. T).lI.nrTn TVnll. RiL I VaTnS theV haVe OOTie DrSC- I Jera UaCESiranQ, Mr. and Mrs.
r , , . I - - : . I r.nr, TCllt l .. ,
Un rrl . Pct,n Tr i linrrnrl . rM r.nn nii nf Kn all ThAiv ninn iurfr ATI I " .
Ford and Miss ' Molly Silverton. ' iofi cUnin. -mKi- 57. C?5 .''
I w a.t,wauK M-IB. AC1 AOOIDO. Mr. lia liTI.
The descendants of Simon and
Jefferson The Woman's For- Mary Ann Doerfler gathered for
eign Missionary society of the their third annual reunion at Ha
Methodist church was held at the ger's grove near Salem Sunday.
borne of Mrs. . C. M. Smith on I Leo Doerfler - wa elected presl-
south main street. The president, 1 dent: J.- M.- Doerfler, ylce presi
Miss Addle Lib by conducted the I dent; Mrs. Hal Russel, secretary;
s yern Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
wwv a rTTTc w I Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. Wolcott
'r . Buren, Mr. and Mra. Don Prltch-
JL no ena 01 per- ett, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stols.
netual nonderinirs about "1 44 r- nd Mrs. Wallace Carson. Mr.
n-n oKtTt.liTTn otiVI wliof nl Mrs. John Caughell, Jr.. Mr.
conauctea tne aeni; Mrs. Hai uuasei, secretary; i j .- .. ,A?M-"U WIUUU n-mey, miss
brief business meeting; after Margaret Doerfler. historian. The iiX ' wf" v v "ore" Eyre and Miss Marie
Miss Emma Evans
Bride of C. Jenssen
Aurora At a pretty garden
ceremony Friday night July 22,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Evans, Miss Emma Evans
became the bride of Cornelius
Jenssen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Jenssen of Swan, Oregon..
Preceding the ceremony, "Oh
Promise Me." was sung by Miss
Anna Schlappl of Portland, to the
soft strain of the wedding
march. Rev. H. L. Grafious read
the impressive service before an
altar of gladiolus and greens,
at the end of a starry lighted ar
The bride who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
simple tip toe gown of white
crepe with tulle veil caught at
the neck with orange blossoms.
She carried an arm bouquet of
Cecil Brunner roses and sweet
peas. Miss Edith Evans .sister
of the bride and maid of honor.
gowned In ruffled pink silk
voile, carried a bouquet of pink
sweet peas. Little Shirley Mae
Evans in a fluffy green organdie
dress was ring bearer. The groom
was attended by his oldest bro
ther. John Jenssen Jr.
A reception followed. A ta
ble for the bridal party was cen
tered with pink sweet peas.
guarded by tall tapers. Assisting
Mrs. Diana Snyder in serving the
60 guests were Hazel Stienhoft
of Portland, Mrs. George Fisher
of Gladstone (nee Peggy Sadler).
Veva Garrett. Evelyn Grim. Bet
ty Kraus, Lotus and Maxine
Giesy, Elolse and Dorothy Hurst,
and Itha and Mary Hunt, all
former members of the Camp
Fire group of which Miss Evans
was guardian. After a wedding
trip to the beaches, Mr. and
Mrs. Jenssen will be at home at
Swan, near Klamath Falls.
' Mrs. George K. Moorhead, 780
North Cottage street, was hostess
yesterday afternoon at her home
at a "dessert luncheon," the
guests having luncheon before ar
riving but finishing with dessert
at the hostess's home. Mrs. L. C.
Klnsey of Burns, a sister-in-law of
the hostess, was the guest of hon
or. Auction . bridge was played
during the afternoon, high score
being taken by Mrs. Max Rogers.
The guest prise wet to Mrs. Kln
sey. Guests included Mrs. George
Rhoten, Mrs. Donald Mars. Mrs.
G. A. Jelderck. Mrs. H. B. Riley.
Mrs. Kenneth Waters. Mrs. Max
Rogers. Mrs. Edwin Thomas. Mrs.
Gardner Knapp. Mrs. Gladys Me
Intyre Thomas and Mrs. Phil Pit
man of Burns.
Wallace. Road Mrs. Marie
Flint McCall of Wallace Road ar
ranged a pleasant picnic party
honoring her friend. Miss Jennie
Bulck of Cupertlna, Calif., at
Bauers lily farm Thursday. Miss
Bulck and Mrs. George Sewell of
Roseburg are guests of Mrs. Veva
Poorman of Salem. The picnic
group included Miss Jennie Bulck.
Mrs. qeorge-Sewell, Mrs. George
crown. Mrs. M. - W. CnsLCk. Hn
H JflSS LUCILLE BRUCH,
ItA grand niece of Compos
er Max Bruch, who unU: ap
pear as violinist in connection
with Dr. Stanford Kxngsley
be spent with parties for the
young maids entering college
this year. And who the hap
piest will be, the entertainer,,
or the "entertainee"?
Mrs. C. M. Green
A very pretty afternooi
bridge party in honor of hei
guests, Mrs. Lucille ' Whitakei
and Miss Fleta Hamman of San
Bernardino, California, was giv
en by Mrs. Charles M. Green
Thursday afternoon. Seasona
flowers in varied shades wert
used in decorating the rooms
At the conclusion of. cards, higl
score prizes were awarded tt
Mrs. Whitaker and Mrs. Mickel ¬
son. Mrs. Grabenborat- receivee
the cut prise favor; Dainty gitu
were presented to the honov
An unusually pretty tea wa
Guests included Mrs. LucllK
Whitaker, Miss Fleta Hamman
Mrs. Walter ZoseL Mrs. Gene
Grabenhorst, Mrs. Walter Min
ier, Mrs. L. C. Marshall. Mrs
L. Mickelson, Mrs. Henry Krappe
Mrs. Nellie Harris. Mrs. Mltr
Wicker, Mrs. J. McNeil.
Felicitation of many friend
are being extended to Mr. and
Mrs. Deryl Myers upon the birth
of a daughter, bora Saturda
morning at Salem General hospi
which the program for the after- next meeting--will be held in the The lives 01 those about US Churchill of Portland
noon was given. Mrs. Mason had J. A. Doerfler grove at Marion on flick Curiosity and Stir con-
cnarge oi the devotional .service.
and Mrs. Charles McKee conduct-
. I sa .sa sa a
those of their sisters who dd ter. Blster' Mr- Lucille Whitaker
snverton It has become A M KV mo uamman or san
known here that Miss Violet Z 1 Z ' ZY il"- -Z"Z Bwnaramo, cai.
Ramsby. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,ne, 89 summer
By ANNE ADAM3
ed the lesson study and mystery
box and readings were given by
Mrs. R. C. Thomas, Mrs. George
Mason, Mrs. D. Y. Hamill and
Mrs. Earl Lynes.
Rev. and Mrs. F. A. Gin a were
guests for the afternoon. -
Jefferson The- picnic of the
W LI. - 7 . . . A
fn, ti,A ;Mivn , unUAI COKl1"0" i especially Mrs. Charles M - Greene has as
for the annual reunion. I 1.'to nf w .... i.. .v "
JFui!S: mJ; lit SZ:iyr':"n
all of Salem and Mrs. Marie Flint
Mccau of Wallace Road.'
Mrs. Paul Bales entertain
Thursday. compUmentrna- Mrs.
Marie Moody of St. Louis." house
guest of Mrs. E. E. Bergman. Sev
eral attractive affairs are being
planned and have been given for
fi;Ws?I- Sr! the middle of Aug
u ino. yuuu uxi) uer vue uu ut vuu rv uiu- i 4-. ci tv...!-
were married at Vancouver, pn fonrtrt aiino- U the au 1 , oan rranci8C
wash.. July u. hy.the Bev. w. J f ? c?5f wl hhS Knf I nnual convention is in
Mothers never tire of making Past Noble Grand clubs of District Lance Wells. Mr.' and Mrs. oiie -Jt"i sion and where they Will meet
. dainty things for their little arirls i No was attni k. ik. n-.
't& rr.lt. . .1.,. I j . iT'. . . Z. Z. m.. I iHW frtn tntn rTanaiia an1 nnnn
- - uwi v .1 nii luuiv 1 lav mNniwri nr iri imai -fa,! xn-i u "
- thaa satlsfTina-. This frort ... I their return will make their home
. 1 ki . ' " r" .biics aic-i ., .
..mymyei. appealing. Doasts oriKee. Mrs. Ezra. Hart. Mrs K. S I r ierwa
" o..B u luurswB, ira. leo smitn, Mrs.
VOU nreier. OB tha f rnnt ,n4 KTr I ta o mv...i . . .. . ..
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Dick left at once for short wed- all in all a book of interest.
WHILE we jog
along in every
day routine there are , those
eminent writers from over,
the world; k -
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P."18' "oped edge, on kimono Mr,. R. W. Curl Mri. G W x, ""2" .V few who are reaching Out to - v,r'"t.. ZXS
sleeves, and perky button, tor Hui
trim. Shell be "awfniiv rn I.-7? Z.r.:'i":. wi"w""f rouse guests recently Mr. and universal coruacw. iTi ftrinftlinrinr thA hirth Jnlv
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i ur.e Bioomers are includ- lc next year
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b a it. sue 4 re-
f- Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buell weei, are Mrs Viola Pierce I tV-' i r V,- rTi i x j ,
of portianri mri ?5rtr Bnn and eeK -V3 . f iexv? Dick. Mr. Dick, interested in
to their many o Darrel of Portland. Mr.. ranKlin, Mrs. f lOrence . f. w, mwrtA ftiif fru.
qulreez yards of 36-Inch brit or ft SirJu -h aBmt Moyer is a niece of H. M. Buell Byrnes Cartwnght,
. H cniaDric of the marriage of Ma M nnle and Frank Buell is a brother. Sarah Hunt Stee
automobiles, carried out the
idea of the announcement of
8ad. fifteen ceata (13c) la
toint or lUnpi (coini prfered).
lor (k pattern. - Writs pIjid't
your nitao. addrri ) stylo onm
oor Bo aaro to Uto alio wiuied.
Toot tammerv vartirobo eaa bo
Blaoaeo oaiily aad inaxpcaaivelj
with tho auisuneo of our current
12 pafo fashion catalog. Tho best
nf tho (eaaon's afternoon, tporta
-aad eTtnlnf trsek. .linjteria. house
dreiiet and liiddiat' models all
peraonallT chosen bj Anno Adams,
are aoade available through- this
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today. ?rieo of catalog, fificeo
teats. Catalog and pattern togetb
or, twenty fire eents. t dresa a))
Ball sad orders to KUtrtuii Pat-
,Urm- Department. S43 West , 17th .
Street. Vow Sort City.. .
of 7d u-flU l a new mdel car in teUinghis
of Mr. and Franklin , a poet whose work Lnd Dickrg friendJ of
nas reacnea Anglian nearu ui,.ll,a.M,;j ef
4 . , . , - " I bus TTT UWIVU M. VI IUOVOUWC
Mrs. tanwnwno noiaa "Lightning equipment blue
unique place with Swiunerton automatic dim-
fiu vu j. n. ah sa- scire Buell is a son
r Oi Siavion. Thn rnirr a,, r... -ti
ki . 0lfflJ, JDUCIl.
came as a complete sur-1 o
prise to their many friends, waa
quietly solemnized in Vancouver I Miss Doris Bacon entertained
iv annooiaw a a . .. i itu .41 a
-..o7 Aiwr ij Mr. ho a mrituTW supper party i j r-" uirw i vu t utrviiu.v.v uauc
"d Mrs. Mlssler. will be at home Monday evening at her apartment nd (ssn Perfecting a merg Finish-shell pink. Free
in Stayton. in the Royal Court complimenting 1 form of French verse, and .auPpinP
. 1 the birthday of Dr. Mjtx Moon, now Mrs. Steeves whose work 1-2 Z 1
reiser Misa A1H firntt f VitroTPra wr nlaffll for nr. Mnnii iirm.. t i- - - t v
legal department for the C. R l. Mr. and Mr.. OUo WhltT. iSTrMMrV
railroad at Calgary. Canada,- Is Miss Doria Thompson. Miss Sylvia IS receiving Sale publicity In
expected to arrive here Snndav I Larson. Daryt Evans. Harry Levy the east. ' . 1
for her annual vacation visit atnd Miss Bacon. I ; Each of the three
ome or her brother and sis- O - -O wnmpn hav Keen admitted
a . . i a . .
tcr-ia-iaw. ar. and Mrs. .w. C i
Scott. Misa Scott has visited here
each summer for the -past three
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the strength of their lit-
efforts to the v League
seten. Writers, Inc., and,
Cyn Cronise .
Artltstic Ugbtings ...
... Natural Expressions
TH E SPA
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405 State, corner Liberty