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The OREGON STATESMAN, Eaa, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, Acyixst 17. 1932
Society News and GluB Affairs
lOuye M. Doak, Society Editor
Brilliant Part yl
. Planned For
tnr tonlrht as an Informal 1 -
reception in compliment to maids
planning on enterinr Willamette
university thia fall. .-
.The alumna association of Be
ta Chi' sorority are sponsoring
the pari at the sorority hom on
State streeC Miss Era Roberts,
president of , the association;, is
general - chairman for arrange
ments. Guests --.will be . relved
at S - o'clock. . .
. Sneclal eaests bidden ' Include
Miss Dorothy . Alexander, , Miss
Alice Speck, Miss! Josephine Cor
oyer Miss Jean Eastridge, Miss
Peggy Wagstaff, Miss Theresa TJ1
rich. Miss Beth DeLapp, Miss Betty-Mae
Hartung, Miss Rbberta
Mills, Miss Margaret -Rosebraugh,
Miss Virginia Wassam, ana Miss
. Alumnae members include Miss
Caynelle- Beckett, Miss Florence
Power, Miss Loretta Fisher, Miss
BosaUnd Van Winkle, Mrs. Lor
lel Gillette. Mrs. Carolyn Simp
ton. Miss Dorothy Thomas. Miss
Minnie Shrede, Miss Marrelle Ed
irarfls. Miss Mary "Lou Aiken,
Miss Josephine Albert, Miss
Evangelyn Blatchford, ' Mrs. Jen
nelle Morehead, Mrs. Mildred Em
mons, Miss Josephine Baumgart
Ber and Miss Era Roberts.
- House members who will assist
with' receiving Include Miss Eloise
White, MUs Lila CaUon. Miss
FayeCorantt, Miss Caroyl Bra
den Miss Helen Boardman, Miss
Florence Marshall, Miss Margar
et' Parrlne. Miss Hattle Ramp,
; Miss ' Eleanor Henderson, Miss
Isabell Morehouse, Miss Barbara
.Elliot. Miss Saville Phellps, and
Miss Rath net.
An .interesting visitor in Sa
lem who Is always much enter
tained is Mrs. Alice Dodd. Mrs.
Dodd arrived this weekend from
Portland and will remain for at
least a week. Monday night she
was a dinner guest of Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. , Hendricks, Tuesday
night Miss Elizabeth Lord and
Miss -Edith Schryrer entertained
her at dinner and so the week
V SOCIAL CALENDAR ; .
; Wedresday, August 17
- Knight Memorial women hostesses for tea at home
I of Mrs. Homer Harrison, 840 Union street, between hours
of 2:30 and 5 o'clock. v'.;'v: .''' '
Women's "Foreign Missionary society, Leslie Metho
dist church, 2 o'clock with Mrs. E. T. Barkus, 890 Sag
inaw street. -"-..:'?.' '.-...--' .
- Royal Neighbors Sewing club with Mrs.-Mary John
son at her home at Four Corners; all-day meeting; cov
ered dish luncheon at noon.
. -Thursday, August18 '
Fid el is class of First Baptist church, covered dish'
supper, at home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Blessing. 825
North 15th street; each family to bring own table service,
- - Friday, August 19 - :
Mrs. E. C. Vesper, 1900 North 17th street, garden
party for members of Hal Hibbard auxiliary, U. S. W. V.;
guests will begin calling at 2 o'clock.
Sterling W W. G.
Members of the Sterling W. W.
G. of Calvary Baptist church were
entertained at the home of Mrs.
Kenneth Graber .Monday night
with an attractive lawn party in
the, back garden of the - Graber
home. - An open fire in the oat
door fireplaee added charm to the
evening. .Y. '-
Miss Jean McElhlnny presided
and Miss Zelda Marian had charge
of the devotions for the business
meeting. Miss Ruth McCalllster
presented the program. At the
business meeting plans were made
for the September meeting with
Miss Mildred Taylor in her rural
home near Woodburn. .
- At the coffee hour Mrs. Graber
was assisted by Miss Lois Cochran
and Miss Zelda Harlan.
Present wereJSva Cochran, Vel
ma Alexander, Lola Dale Pickens,
Jean McElhinney, Clare Jane
Harms, Mildred Taylor, Marie
Barham, Mrs. Leo Graber, Edith
Starrett, LaVlnia Buirgy, Rath
McCalllster, Janet McCalllster,
Carol Stoddard, Edith Mae Jenks.
Mrs. Dave Willis, Mrs. Earl
Gregg, Mrs. H. S. Gile, Zelda Har
lan, Louis Cochran" and Mrs. Ken
Mrs. Dorothy Walker
stretches, on with afternoon
tfilna-a In adrilHnn WhlU her
. Mrs. Dodd is at the home of Mrs. Entertains Club
. ffi. j. ewaiiora.
r . .
Mrs. Cal Patton entertained
Tuesday with an attractive lunch
eon complimenting Miss Melva
Mrs. Dorothy Walker entertain-4
ed Monday night in compliment
to members of the J. TJ. G. club.
Attractive arrangement of gladi-
Belle Savage, guest from Stock-J oil made the "guest rooms espe-
lon. cau here with her grand-1 dally pretty
mother. Mrs. W. N. Savage. 'Cov
ers were placed for Miss Savage
and for Miss Daisy Var ley. Miss
. Julia Johnson, Miss Virginia New-
land, Miss Helen Worth. Miss
Maxlne Myers. Miss . Catherine
Headrlck. Miss Eleanor Trindle,
Miss Alice Speck, Miss Theo Beck,
A short business session was
followed by several hours of
bridge and - then Mrs. Walker
served a pretty lunch.
Present were M lna Olmstead ,
Dela Steward, Hallle Lynch,
Florence Bressler, Vona Herron,
Lenore Dennis, Lillian Kayser,
Miss Garguerite Beck and Miss! Rath Dake, Eva Goff, and Mrs.
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Is Planned Sunday
The bi-annual picnic of District
No. 21, Neighbors of Woodcraft,
will be held Sunday, August 21,
in the Silverton pane The picnic
dinner will be at noon.
A varied program is being ar
ranged for the afternoon with
Grand Advisor Edith Parks as the
Marlon Circle No. 814 will be
the hostess. .Circle and District
Advisor Velma Teeson of Salem la
All Neighbors of Woodcraft
and their families are invited.
Silverton Mrs. L. G. McDonald
was hostess at a pretty little tea
at her home Saturday afternoon.
Pink gladioli were used about the
rooms and bouquets of gladioli
were given for prises in the guess
ing contests that Mrs. McDonald
arranged for the amusement of
her guests. Prizes were won by
Mrs. Elbert DeGulre, Mrs. Alvin
Legard and Mrs. Chris Horn. ,
Pooling during the hours be
tween 2 and fi o'clock were Mrs.
Lewis Hall and Mrs. Adolph Han
gea. Calling were Mrs. DeGulre,
Mrs. Legard, Mrs. Horn. Mrs.
Martin Hatteberg, Mrs. Hans Jen
sen. Mrs. Carl Haugen, Mrs. C.
Ennevoldsen, Mrs. Arthur Gotten-
berg, Mrs. Elmer Olsen. and Mrs.
L. M. Larson.
Mrs. Mary Johnson will enter
tain members of the Royal Neigh
bors Sewing club at her home at
Four Corners today. A pot-luck
dinner will be served at noon.
, Mrs. John Robins, presiding In
the absence of 'Mrs. Lydia Leh
man W. C." T. U. president,' ap
pointed committee heads to take
care of arrangements for ..the
county picnle planned by the or
ganization for September 9 at the
Municipal auto park.
' Mrs. Gertrude Remington and
Mrs'- E. , T. Prescott will have
charge of arranging the tables;
Mrs. Rowe heads the coffee com
mittee; and Mrs. - Lena Lisle,
chairman of . decorating committee.-
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' - Announcement was - made fat'
this meeting of the Sunday serv
ice in Willson park at which time
the W. C. T. U. will have charge.
Mrs. Lena Lisle had charge of
the devotions and spoke interest
ingly concerning her topic of "The
Ten Commandments". ;
Mrs. - Lorelle B. - Gillette was
soloist and was accompanied by
Mrs. Charles Fessenden. Dr. E.
8. Hammond traced - an interest
ing history of the "History and
development of the liquor traffic
and. its control." Fred J. Tooze,
Jr., spoke on the general topic of
Mrs. H.,E. Spencer, early Cru
sader,, now temperance director
Knight Memorial church, whs In
Held at Orenco
The annual reunion of the Grab-er-Rich
families was held Sunday
in Orenco, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Cliff Rich, with about 70
members of the families present. .
Those who attended from Sa
lem Included Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Price, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Graber,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Graber, Mr.
and Mrs. David.-Ramseyer, Mrs.
Joe Ramsey er, Mr. and Mrs.' Ben
Ramseyer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ram
seyer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ram
seyer and Fred Hersch.
Covers for the attractive gar
den supper party sponsored by the
Alpha Phi Alpha sorority Monday
night in the gardens of the N. C.
Kafoury home were placed for
Roslta Smith, Edwina Broadbent,
Harriet Adams. Beneitta Edwards,
Mildred Drager, Josephine Ander
son, Eleanor Tarnes, Mary White,
Velleda Ohmart. - Bernice "Hick
man, Mable Kafoury, Helen Ka
foury, and for the hostesses Miss
Helen Kafoury and Mrs. Leo Kafoury.
TO BE TH,
'.LIBERTY, Aug.; 18. The Hoff
man house On the Liberty road is
being vacated and -Harvey -Hoffman
will have -the house - torn
down.' He is at present undecided
about when he .will build a new
house, and may build only , a small
cabin for the present to live in
until he builds on the site. ,
: The house to be wrecked . Is a
very old one." among the first: to
be built here." It was at one time
moved 'down the road and added
to the house now occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. John K&lbler. Another
owner moved the four-room house
back up to its original site. .
. After, a" number of years the
complete performance was repeat
ed moved down and up to the
corner again in a few years.
When the Hoffman family "pur
chased part of the land they built
an addition to the bouse; They
have owned the place for 30 years.
The, Frank Judds, who are va-cating-the
house, will live for the
present in the residence part .of
the storevbuilding recently vacat
ed by the I. O. Alsmans, who have
moved, to Salem, v
Mrs. K. Schmidt, Sabina and
Isaak Schmidt spent Sunday In
Marlon at the home of Alex
Schmidt and "Tfamlly. The 80th
wedding anniversary and a birth
day was the occasion for the fam
Meeting: Success ;
40 Persons Attend
LABISH CENTER, Aug. If.
The second of the four special
meetings put on by the organised
committees of the Christian En
deavor society was held Sunday
night when the group went to the
Earl Harmon woods and held a
bonfire service by a small stream.
Over 40 persons enjoyed the meet
ing. Mrs. Charles Hinds was honor
ed on her birthday anniversary
Sunday with a luncheon at the
family home. Those present be
sides the honored hostess were
Miss Margaret Sewell of .Salem,
Mrs. Leonard Grelg of Hayesville,
Jim Sewell and Mr. Hinds.
HOLDEX IS HOME
SILVERTON, Aug. If. Ed
Holden, who had his right arm
broken late In July and who has
been at the Silverton hospital
since, is now at his home. For
two weeks it was impossible to
put the shoulder in a cast the
arm was broken right at the
shoulder but it was placed in a
NUN IN FILM "THE MIRACLE .4
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It was this pose that won for Loretta Young the coveted role 'of the
mb 1 in the film of -The Miracle. Carl Vollmueller's famous play staged
kr Max Reinhardt. The picture will be done in color and Bernhardt has
beam asked to go to Hollywood from Germany to stage it.
Fiihing is Great
" At Westlake, so v
Zena Men Discover
ZENA, Aug. If. W. F. Craw
ford and son Frank, Jr., of Zena
and Duane Gibson of Salem re
turned Sunday from a successful
fishing trip to Westlake. They
caught a number of bass, trout
and salmon. The largest salmon,
which weighed 28 pounds, was
caught by Duane Gibson.
Mrs. Laura Eaton and daughter
Katherine and son Arthur and
Mrs. Eaton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Bates, all of Salem, were
guests at a picnic supper at "Mc
Klnlay Orchards," country home
of Mr. and Mrs. 1. P. McKinlay of
Salem. Monday night. Mr. and
Mrs. McKinlay and children, Ev
angeline. Phillip, George and Al
bert, are occupying their summer
home here for several days this
Elnora Johnson, who has been
a guest here for two months at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Kennedy, left here for her home
at Laeomb Monday. She was ac
companied by Myrtle Kennedy,
who will make a short visit at the
Untended Fire Cost
Skei and Nary $35
DALLAS, Aug. If Kenneth
Skei and Harold Nary were fined
83 S each in justice court here
Monday for leaving a campflre
wnich caused the recent forest
tire at Black Rock. The two
were found guilty Saturday af
ternoon after a trial before Jus
tice of the Peace Gregory. The
fire which they were responsible
for was along the Little Luckia-
mute about a- half mile east of
Black Rock and was confined to
driftwood and brush along the
JANZ VISITS HOME
CENTRAL HOWELL. Aug. If
A. E. Jans, who has been work
ing for the state highway depart
ment in Baker county, is at his
home here for the present. Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Werner, Jr., and
Marianne have been spending
few days at the coast.
orchard Heights. 'Aug. if.
Swimming,; horseshoes and a.
ball game furnished the entertain
ment Sunday at. the annual plenis
of the Orchard Heights women's
club, held at the river beach on
the Louis Hlmmel farm on Wall
ace road. Club members ' aad
guests, exceeding 75 in number.
were seated at a long table where
a' raid-day pot luck dinner was
Present were Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Reed and eon Donald, - Mr: and
Mrs. Ben Blets and daughter An
nie, Mr. and. Mrs. Guy McDowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell and
sons Armon and Jimmy, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilfred Wilson and son Don
ald, Mr. and Mrs. Amnion Grire
and daughter Irene, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Bou frier and children Dor
othy and William, Mr. and Mr.
C. S.- Robblns, Mr. and Mrs. Walt
er Thompson and son Verdon. Mr.
and ' Mrs. Fred Gibson,- Mr. and
Mrs. William McDowell, Mr. and
Mrs. Cash Roberts. Mr. and Mrh.
U D. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. H. K.
McDowell and . children Ora and
Rosa, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Tansty.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlmmel and
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Worthlngton
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Jones, Mrs. Roscoe Clarke and
children Wilson and Jeanette, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Adams and Child-'
ren Ammon and Shirley. Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Sehneller. Mrs. Philip
Boaffler. Mr. and Mrs. N. p.
Wines. The Misses Ethel McDow
ell, Frances Lynch, ' Nina Tansej.
Marie Tansey, Elaine Lynch
Clandtne Ferguson, Theodora
Bouffler, Jean Tansey, Lorralce
Bouffler. Larkin Grice, Cecil Lep
ley, Jamea Lepley. Charles Rob
erts, Victor Lynch, Paul Willi.
Roy Tansey and Rex Tansey.
McCall is Conducting
Business in Portland
'On a Gastronomic Adventure"
SILVERTON. Aug. If. Gor
don McCall, formerly of Silverton
but more recently of Reedsport,
has gone into business at Port
land and is located on Washing
ton street in the Merchants Trott
building. The McCalls have leased
their home at Reedsport for a
year. Their daughter Katherine
will enter Grant high school thl
autumn. The youngest daughter.
Edna, will stay at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Ed Holden. for two
weeks while her parents are set
tling. Mrs. Holden and Mrs. G. B.
Bentson are sisters of Mr. McCall.
and E. Jay McCall of Silverton !
The Junior Miss mode takes on
a military air! Here a clever ves
tee with snappy re vers and but
tons., and . perky shoulder caps
make a. frock ever ao important.
Of - course the skirt has simple
lines to flatter the youthful fig
ure. The brisk contrast of a white
pique vests -with a lightweight
woolen ; ; . one of the new weaves
. . . brings sheer delight to any
gin s nearw
Pattern, 8411 may be ordered
only in slses 18 to 80. Size. If
requires 8 8-4 yards 4-inch fab
ric ana 1-8 yard 3 -inch con
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droaa an mail ordera to Stataimaa
Patters Departaieat. . S4J (Vaat
11th atraow Now Totk City.' i ;
Mrs. J. H. Brisco entertained
women or the Temple Baptist
church Friday afternoon at her
Chemeketa street home. An infor
mal program of music and conver
sation followed by an attractive
tea hour was enjoyed. Miss Mil
dred Abbott and Carl Lemke, Mrs.
Lee Cross and Mrs. David Ander
son presented . the program. Mrs
Brisco is one of the recent arriv
als in Salem church circles, hav
ing come here only a short time
ago with. her husband, who is pas-
( tor of the Temple Baptist church.
Wallace Road. One of the
most interesting sessions of the
summer season for the Willamette
Lodge Country club was that of
Saturday night when 35 guests
: and members were present at the
clubhouse on the Wallace road.
Mrs. Eleanor Steiner and Mrs. A.
E. Utley were hostesses for the
i 7 o'clock supper served in the at
tractlvely decorated club dining
room. Following the usual busi
ness session at which Dr. C. L.
Blodgett, president, presided, the
evening was devoted to bridge in
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hack were
hosts at their home on North 23rd
I street Sunday with a potluck din-
ner for a group of friends. Covers
were placed for Mr, and Mrs. Van
. Lowman and Burton Strauss, Sa
lem; Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Pendle
ton and daughters Betty and
Emma Jane, - Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Berger and sons, Charles and Ray
mond, Dick Calavan, Vernon St.
Clair and Miss Cloros Toby, Stay
ton; Mrs. Alice C. Cox, Medford,
and the hosts Mr. and Mrs. Hack.
: Mr. land Mrs. J. S. Stelnberger
were additional guests during the
- " -
Bethel. MrsW. L. Creech en
tertained Sunday afternoon hon
oring her little daughter Ha Mae
Ion her ninth birthday.
The birthday cake was gay
I with rosebuds and candles; Games
were played . and at -the. dose of
the afternoon refreshments were
Those ptesent included the hon
or guest. Ha Mae Creech, warns
Froehlick, Coralee ' and - Luella
! Nichols, ... Betty Boling, MInalee
Spranger. ' Elsie and Elinor Bol
j in g, Inabelle Creech and Mr. and
I Mrs. W. L. Creech.-
Mr. and -Mrs. Robert Brennan
i entertained Monday night at their
home In compliment to the birth
day of Malcolm Q. Smith. Dinner
was followed by an - evening f
bridge, for which winning. scores
were held by Elmo McMillan and
I sirs. Harvey Parker.
MlSB Helen tTafrmW fcaa ItaA
aw uoata nail tot uia nau two
I weeks, at the home of her sar-
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Miss Marv P. Hall of Clatakaile
arrived in SaTem - Tuesday to be
the house guest of Mlsr Doris
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Senator and "Mrs. Charles Hall
.who often visit la Salem.
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