The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 06, 1932, Page 6, Image 6

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PAGE SIX '. ' - ' ' , " The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon Thnrsday Morning, October 6, 1932 -
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Society News and Glub
: Olive M. Doak, Society Editor'i
Name Committees
For Delphian
- Tea t
The tea for which Sigma Na
Titp -of thai Delphian society
will bo hpstess at the home of
Mrs. E. T. Pierce October 14
promises to be one of the smart
est affairs of tne eariy ran rea
son. - - -
Thl la an annual affair with
the chapter and for it many guests
outside the. city are Being in
vited. The hours are from 2 to 6
Mrs. O. S. Paxson, Mrs. W. G.
Stacey, Jr., Mrs. C. L. Newman,
Mrs.- Oscar Cutler, and Mrs.
Floyd White, officers of the chap
ter will make up the receiving
Mrs. V. A. Erixson, and Mrs.
Van Sellar Welder will pour the
first hour and Mrs. C. K. Spauld
Inr and Mrs. E. C. Cross will pre
side at the urns the second hour.
The third hour Mrs. W. T. Jenks
and Mrs. Hugh Latham will be at
the urns.
Mrs. George Rossman, Mrs. A.
C. Gragg, Mrs; U. S. Page, Mrs.
R. H. Cooley. Mrs. C. S. McEl
hlnney, Mrs. D. A. Wright. Mrs.
Harold Hughes and "Mrs.- R. W.
Hart man will assist In the draw
ing rooms. '
' In -the dining roomlwilltbe
Mrs. . Ronald Jones, vMrs. 'Freder
ick Deckebach, "" Mrs. Breyman
Boise. Mrs. Lewis D.' Griffith and
Mrs, R. D. Paris. " -
Mrs. Hal Hobs and Mrs. jCIaude
H. Glenn have charge of the pro
gram which will add attractive
ness to the afternoon hours.
Guests will Include the Chi Del
ta chapter of Salem, the Joint j
chapter, from Independence and
Monmouth and the Dallas chap
ter. Women's Club Plans
Special Tea Meeting
Salem Women's club will be
hostess for a special tea meeting
8 a t ur d a y complimenting the
teachers of Salem who will be the
guests of the club that after
noon. -
This la not a regular tea after
noon bat Mrs. Walter Spaulding
and her committee will serve in
compliment to the special guests
of the day.
Prof. Thonias Gentle, promin
ent personage in educational cir
cles of the west, will be the
speaker of the afternoon.
: - j Thursday, October's i v
iSouti Salem W. C. T. U. at Leslie hall, i o'clock
business meeting; 2:30 o'clock address by. Rev. H. Mc
Callum on "Prohibition from International Angle.'
; Aid society of Woman's Relief Corps with Mrs. Rose
Hagedorn. 1405 Fir streetf take South' Commercial
street bus to Meyers street! AH women of W. R. C. in
vited to attend; guests come early.
Women's Benefit association, at . Salem, Women's
clubhouse, f o'clock; Important meeting.
Regular dinner meeting of Salem Zonta club, 6:30
o'clock in Marlon hotel; Don Upjohn speaker.
P. E. O. Sisterhood, chapter G, with Mrs. A. T.d
Woolpert, .1197 South High street t one o'clock luncheon.
Sketch class of Salem Arts league, 7: SO o'clock In
auditorium of city library; any one Interested Invited
to come; model will pose.
Ladies of Grand Army of Republic at the armory at
2 o'clock.
Friday, October 7
Card club of Business 'and Professional Women,
with Mrs. Winnifred Herriek. 296 Richmond avenue.
Englewood Women's lub with Mrs. R. B.' Wilson,
1745 Nebraska street. Prof. R. M. Gatke speaker on
Early Oregon History.? -,' : ' ' '
Y's Menettes with Mrs. Fred Duncan; political Is
sues to be discuBsed.
Women's Alliance of the Unitarian church, in Y. W.
C. A. social rooms, business meeting 2:30 o'clock; pro
gram at 3 o'clock; Miss Gertrude Savage hostess.
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary of United Spanish War
Veterans, 2:38 o'clock,' at armory. .
Red Hill's Grange, Booster's, night at Liberty hall;
Mrs. Hannah Martin speaker on political subjects.
Card club of Business and .Professional Women's
club, with Mrs. Winnifred Herriek, 296 Richmond ave
nue; Miss Josephine Shade assistant hostess.
" Thimble club of Neighbors of Woodcraft, Fraternal
temple, 2 o'clock. -- ' '
Woman's Home Missionary society. 12:30 o'clock
potluek dinner; program meeting; C. A. Sprague speak
er on election measures; Mrs.. Roy Lockenour speaker.
I Theatre: Section bf "" 1
Arts League" Meets
Potluek Luncheon
Planned for WHMS
The Woman's Home Missionary
society of the First Methodist
church will meet at the church
Friday at 12:30 o'clock for a pot
luck dinner and this will be fol
lowed with a program. Each guest
Is asked to bring a covered dish
and sandwiches.
For the program hour C A.
Sprague will speak on November
election issues and Mrs. Roy Lock-
enhour will speak informally. Mrs.
Charles Lisle will have charge of
the devotions and special music
has been planned.
Miss Ruth DeMoude
The 49th wedding anniversary Married Monday
oi Mr. ana Mrs. vv. n. isner was
celebrated with an informal "at
home" to their neighborhood
friends Wednesday afternoon, and
again In the evening they enter
tained with an Informal family
party. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher were
married at Baker. Mrs. Fisher
was Sylvia Sophronia Lents.
Miss Ruth DeMoude, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Da
Moude of Salem, became the
bride of Edward Rudlshaufer of
Silverton Monday at Vancouver,
Rev. Joseph T. Keating perform
ed the ceremony.
Mrs. Rudlshaufer attended Sa
lem high and later graduated
from Dallas high school. She was
a member of Chadwick chapter
Rainbow for Girls and is well
known here.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudjshaufer will
make a brief stay in Portland and
will then make their home in Cor-
Aurora Mrs. Fred Dental hon
ored her mother, Mrs. George
Gooding, with a delightful noon
dinner Tuesday, in observance of
her 7 2d birthday anniversary,
Mrs. Gooding, wco is Just recover
ing from a long illness, greatly
enjoyed getting out and appreci
ated the attention shown her on
the happy occasion. Motoring out
to the attractive Dental home were
Mr. and Mrs. George Gooding
Mrs. Lou Erbsaland, Mrs. Anna
Beck, Henry Beck, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Gooding and two children
and Mr. and Mrs. Will Gooding
The Adolynk club met for its
first session of the season at the
home of Mrs. E. H. Kennedy Wed
nesday afternoon. A dessert lunch
eon was followed by an afternoon
of contract bridge. Included In the
group Wednesday were Mrs. How"-
ard Hulsey. Mrs. George Nelson
1 Mrs. James , Teed, Mrs. Albert
.Gragg, Mrs. Roy Hurst, Mrs. Law
rence Imlah. Mrs. Harris Llett
and Mrs. Kennedy.
Delphian Tea
nvitation Accepted
Independence. Delphian chap
ter here, in session Monday, ac
cepted the invitation of Sigma Nu
chapter of Salem to Its yearly tea
October 14.
Mrs. Frankle Saunders of Mon
mouth was accepted as a new
member, and other business in
cluded the following appoint
ments: Mrs. J. H. Hart, assistant
supervisor to fill vacancy caused
by resignation of Mrs. O. D. But
ler; Mrs. C. O- Sloper, parliamen
tarian; Mrs. Ellen Davis, word
Stories from Egyptian litera
ture were the afternoon study
theme, with the following taking
part in the program: Mrs. D. A.
Hoag, Mrs. J. H. Hart, Mrs. E. M.
Wunder, Mrs. W. H. Cockle, Mrs.
C. O. Sloper, Mrs. H. N. Marriton,
Mrs. E. M- Ebbert, Mrs. O. D. But
ler. Mrs. M. J. Butler, Miss Ma
bel RIddell, Mrs. H. W. Hagmeler,
Mrs. Ellen Davis, Mrs. A. B. Rob
inson, and Mrs. H. G. Hanson.
Mrs. R. D. Elliott played several
piano solos.
Zonta club members will gath
er tonight for the regular dinner
meeting at the Marlon hotel at
6:30 o'clock. Don Upjohn will be
the speaker for the program to
follow the dinner. This will be the
last meeting before delegates
leave for the sixth district conven
tion to be held in Olympla October
7-8. Miss Helen Louise Crosby,
Mrs. Winifred Herriek and Mrs.
Ora F. Mclntyre will attend from
the Salem club. The club will also
have a board meeting at the home'
or Miss Dorothy and Dr. Helen
Pearee Tuesday night.
Bethany Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Torvend were hosts Monday night
to members of Trinity Sunday
school faculty at their home here.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Hatteberg, Mrs. Elmer Olsen, Miss
Lillian Block, Mrs. Alvln Legard,
Denzel Legard, Samuel Torvend,
Mrs. M. G. Gunderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Jelmer Refsland. Mr. and I
Mrs. Silas Torvend, Rev. C. L.
Foss, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Meyer,
Mrs. J. C. Larson and Mr. and
Mrs. Torvend.
Aurora. -The meeting of the
Aurora Woman's club, scheduled
for Wednesday, has been postpon
ed until Thursday because of the
funeral services of Mrs. Byroa
Grim Wednesday afternoon.
- Creative theatre, of Salem Arts
league commenced. work Wednes
day In the auditorium of the elty
library , on two original one-act
plays and give an. opportunity, to
persons seriously Interested -. la
dramatics to create roles never
before portrayed on' any staze.
"The Answer to a Maiden's Pray
er", a comedy, of the modern girl
with a swift revelation of sincere
qualities, by 'Mrs Julia E. Lytle.
and a serious drama by Mrs. Edna
Dally, "The Alibi," the story of a
home threatened by : an un
scrupulous crook, are the two
plays. ...
, Men and women, particularly"
young men, are invited to affil
iate with this group. The object
of the section ; Is experimental.
While the authors of the plays se
lected -are both members of the
Writer's section of the league,
scripts from others Interested will
be considered.
The group meets Wednesday
evenings in the library auditorium
from, seven until nine o'clock.
. Creative - theatre last season
produced six one-act plays. Of the
first three, two were by -classic
French authors . and one by a
German. The last three were or
iginal with Salem writers. . .
New Studio Opens
In Salem
ui interest in Salem la the an
nouncement that a new studio of
dance opened in Salem Wednesday
uuuer me direct supervision of
Alta E. Travis. The studio is In
me cnambers bulldlnr.
Mrs. Travis, who has long been
ociatea witn civic clubs and
nose Festival activities la Port-
iana, plans this studio as a branch
activity with her Portland studio
8 nurd street.
There will be classes for ehll.
dren and adults In ballet. Up, and
acrobatic dancing. There will also
be reducing classes women and
business girls as well as the latest
steps In modern ballroom dancing.
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"Home Coming' is
Tne annual "homecoming" held
eacn year by the Women's Benefit
association will be planned at the
regular meeting of the association
tonight at the Women's clubhouse.
The homecoming Is planned this
year for October 20 In the Salem
Women's clubhouse. Mrs. Julia D.
Ward will be one of the distin
guished guests present for the af
fair. Members are urged to attend
this meeting tonight In order to
complete plans for the homecom
ing. Waconda. Miss Cora Jacobs,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ja
cobs became the bride of Lv B.
Wllkerson of Lake Labish at a
ceremony in Salem Monday. The
couple will make their home at
Lake Labish where Mr. Wllkerson
has employment.
Dinner Compliments
Mrti A. ; J. Richardson, Polk
county pioneer ef 1846, was the
Inspiration for nappy birthday
party at the home of Mr. and -Mrs.
Wilbur .Weeks Sunday at which
time her 89th birthday was cele
brated.. The affair was given by
nephews and neices of Mrs. Rlch-
ardson. - ' .
Mrs. . Richardson crossed the
plains and her stories told from, a
store of memories that are clear
and fresh, made one of the high
lights of the day's celebration. '
Covers were placed for Mrs.
Richardson, and for Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Joffray. Mr. and Mrs Har
ry Barker, and Mrs. Vila Pentland
all of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Da
vidson and Miss Elizabeth David
eon of McMInnrllle; Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Weeks; Mrs. Emma Sam-
uals, and Mrs. Alberta Morrison
of Salem. ,
iNonost owimmmg
Party Tonight
A delightful party has been
planned for tonight at the Y. M.
C. A. when a group of maids will
enjoy a -no-host swimming party
with Mrs. George , Rbotea and
Mrs. Bruce Willis as chaperones.
Following the swim, games and
food will be enjoyed In the social
rooms. .The swim will be between
9 and 10 o'clock.
In addition to the patronesses
the guest list will Include Miss
Helen R. - Miller. Miss Phyllis
Miller. Miss Marjorle , Pickens,
Miss Barbara Krites, - Miss Alice
George, Miss Carolyn Hunt. Miss
Marian Ross. Miss Frances Sher
man,. Miss; Elvira Rosenthal, Miss
WHma Stortx, Miss Jean Claudec,
Miss Betty Dotson, Miss Doris
Schunke and Miss Florence Fob
Federation Meeting
Plans to be Made
Hubbard The Woodburn Rur
al Woman's club will have Its
first fall meeting at the lovely
country home of Mrs. Louisa Da
vis, October 12. There will be a
round table discussion on prohi
bition led by the president, Mrs
E. Matson.
Tentative plans will be discuss
ed for the fall meeting of the
county federation October 27 aa
the Woodburn rural will be joint
hostess with the Woodburn Wom
an's club for Its entertainment.
Miss . Juliet - Glen
who will sing in red-.
tal here Monday night
as the-first guest art-
ist to be presented this
year 6jy. the Salem
MacDowell club. A
prominent soloist and
one who is highly land
ed by those critics who .
have heard her, Miss
Glen s appearance
here is one to anticipate.
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Mrs. E. E. Lindsay entertained
with a pretty birthday party at
th Lindsay home oa State street
Tuesday afternoon complimenting
the birthday of her six-year-old
daughter, Patsy. Assisting Mrs.
Lindsay at the tea hour were Miss
Elsie Jacobson of Corvallls, Mrs.
Emil Hallk, Mrs. Hager and Mrs.
Wallace Griffith.
Mrs. Charles O'Brien was host
ess Tuesday for the first meeting
of the year of the Daughters of
Elisabeth. Mrs. O'Brien was assist
ed la serving aa Informal lunch
eon by Mrs. George Uabbefeld,
Mrs. T. A. Wlndishar and Mrs. S.
J. Gentxkow. At the business
meeting it was announced that of
ficers for the coming year would
be elected at the November meet
ing, to be held at the O'Brien
Mr. and Mrs. George C. El ford
have had as their guests for the
fair and week end Mrs. Elford's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L- Peacock of Portland.
Announcing the Opening
of the
Ballet - Tap Acrobatic for
Children and" 'Adilta
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IPett eeo (Soctionimne
IPar?ale 2
Saturday, October 8th
Sttouott mitt TTrou? IBoctt Pett amnfl I?aH...
So bring him on, and hope your hardest. If you haren'l
a pet dresa op in a costume . . . clown suit or any
old thing. Dress up your wagon or bicycle. . . Prizes for
everything. . . So be there and join in the FUN ... II
and win a prize for yourself. He may be a thorough
bred, a pooch, a mutt, harum-scarum, playmate, or a
la-de-da lap dog. He may be as big as a Shetland pony
or as small as an Easter bunny. Whatever class, color,
size or shape he is, he has a chance to win one of the
DAY) at 9 A. M. Everyone will meet in front of THE OREGON STATESMAN buildinV -withVthelr
pets, or in costumes . . . ready to form in line for the biggest ALL KIDDIES parade SALEM?lihs ever
seen. The parade will finish at the court house grounds and there judges will select the winnersrUThe
winners, will be announced and prizes awarded at the regular Mickey Mouse Meeting at WarnerrJlros.
tre at 1 P. M. . Now c'mon kids . . . make this the world's finest Pet and Costume parade
Elsinore theatre
. . . Someone will win these prizes . . . why not you?
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cylinder Friaidair a product
of General Motors. It gives
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or poorly constructed 1
refrigerator voder the impres
' aion voa are getting gtmimt
' Frigidaire. Such a refrigerator.
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lever the twain shall meet, said Kipling, bat he was wron. Hera's the
result when the Occidental daschand, owned by Marian Nixon, movie
star, eagaged in a romance with a Hollywood neighbor's Chinese chow.
Miss Nixon calls the offspring of the East-West alliance "Berpeips."
which name she fashioned out ef the first syllables ef the words Berlin
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List of Prizes
One Pair of Dress Shoes' from Kafateria Shoe Store.
Pocket Watch from the Salem Sporting Goods Store.
FOR SMALLEST "DOgI : ' J;' " . -
Photograph of owner from" Gonnell and Robb Studio.'
FOR SMALLEST PET (otker than n dog).
One box of eandy from P. D.' Qnbuenberry Drag store. ,
Model airplane that flies from Hamilton Furniture Co.
Story book from Commercial Book Store. - - ' .
Fountain Pen from Schaetfer'g Drag Store,
Dress Wool Sweater from Bishop's.'
. V V A choice of gift from The Oregon Statesman. "
. BEST BOY COSTUME.- - " : -
. .v . Corduroy 8eho6l Pant from The Golden'. Rule Store.
Mickey Mouse Doll from Miller Mercantile Co. ' -VEST
GIRL COSTUME. . ; : - - - t V.
One pair of dresa shoes from Kafateria Shoe Store,
aUaJaUa y iUai e " f m
Eycpy-Entrant in Pet and Coihime
Parade ;3VflJ Recchrey Candy" Free
, :iFnrh the Metropoutah Store!
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