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. , ." IK OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. , Oresroa. Friday Momini. October 14.' 1932 ' " ' ' '.'" -f
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Society News and Gliib
Olive M. Doak, Society ditor
Program Dates are
. Changed for
The program date for. Salem
Women's club f or October 22 and
November 12 have been trans
posed In order to meet a conflict
on tbo part of the state president,
Mrs. Charles N. Billeu.
November 12 was planned Ma
. legislative institute day and Oe-.
tober 12 was to bate been past
presidents day with a luncheon as
a feature of the meeting. Mrs.
Blllen was unable to be present
for October 22 and so the legis
lative Institute will be held on
that date and the past president's
program will "be given November
The legislative institute will be
an all day meeting. The morning
session will convene at 10 o'clock
and will have for its topic "Child
labor and Allied Problems" with
C. H. Gram, member of the state
labor commission as speaker. An
open forum and general discus
sion of the problems Involved will
conclude the morning session.
A no-host luncheon will be
served at noon and the afternoon
session will begin with the execu
tive session of the Salem Women's
club at 1:30 o'clock. This will be
followed by the regular Sunday
afternoon business meeting at 2
o'clock and this will lead to the
address of the afternoon which
will be given. by Miss Grace Elis
abeth Smith of the attorney gen
eral's office on the subject of
"Legislative Measures to Appear
on the November Ballot".
Music to brighten the program
will be a piano solo by Mrs. Ivan
Hadley and vocal contributions
by Earle Jennings accompanied
by Mrs. Earl Pearcy.
Miss Helen Louise Crosby Is
chairman of the legislative com
mittee which will have charge of
the day's program. Other members
of the committee include Mrs.
George Rossman, Mrs. J. U.
Campbell, Mrs. Ronald Glover,
Mrs. W. D. Smith and Mrs. Sey
Other plans for the day are be
ing worked out and will be an
nounced as soon as completed.
Women Meet Today
Friday, October It
8igma Nu Delphians hostess for annual tea at home
of Mrs. E. T. Pierce, 1610 Fir street; 2 to S o'clock.
Woman's Union of First Congregational, church
hostess to women's board of Congregational churches of
state; opening session 10:30 o'clock; Mis Marthlne
Grimsby la charge. s
Women's Missionary society of First Baptist church,
with Mrs. Mackey, 191 Highland. 2 o'clock.
Sewing club of Business and . Professional Wom
en's elub, 1:30 o'clock potluck supper with Clara Ur
laub, IS 8 2 Court street.
Women of the Salem Dakota club with Mrs. George
Cummlngs, 1396 North Fourth, street; election of of
Daughters of Civil War Veterans, regular meeting
at Women's clubhouse, 8 o'clock.
Colorful Tea Event
Of This Afternoon
The beautiful home of Mrs. E.
T. Pierce at 1110 Fir street will
be the setting for the annual tea
given by Sigma Nu chapter of
Delphians this afternoon between
the hours of 1 and 8 o'clock.
The line to greet the guests will
Include officers of the chapter.
Mrs. G. S. Paxson, Mrs. W. G.
Stacey, Mrs. C. L. Newman, Mrs.
Oscar Cutler. Mrs. Floyd White
and the hostess, Mrs. Pierce.
Mrs. George Rossman, Mrs. A.
C. Gragg, Mrs: U. S. Page, Mrs.
R. H. Cooley, Mrs. C. S. McEl
hinney, Mrs. D. A. Wright, Mrs.
Harold Hughes and Mrs. R. W.
Hartman will greet in the draw
Mrs. F. A. Erixon and Mrs. Van
Sellar Welder will preside at the
tea urns the first hour; second
hour, Mrs. C. K. Spaulding and
Mrs. E. C. Cross will preside, and
third hour, Mrs. W. T. Jenks and
Mrs. Hugh Latham.
The program for the tea hours
as announced by Mrs. Hal Hoss,
Chairman of the program commit-
Contract Club Meets
At Siegmund Home
Mrs. Floyd Siegmund and Mrs.
Alex Jones were Joint hostesses
for their contract bridge club at
the Siegmund home Wednesday
The guest rooms were attrac
tively arranged with tall flowers
for a decorative motif and at the
dessert luncheon hour each of
the small tables at which the
guests were served was centered
with a charming arrangement of
fruit and lighted red tapers.
Mrs. Homer Smith, Jr., and
Mrs. William Moses were special
guests for the afternoon. Club
members present were Mrs. A. Ad-
klsson of Gervais, Mrs. T. T. Mac
kenzie, Mrs. George Hug. Mrs.
Earl Cooley, Mrs. Fred Wolf, Mrs.
George Rhoten, Mrs. Max Rogers,
Mrs. Keith Brown, Mrs. O. D. Ad
ams, Mrs. Fred Duncan, Mrs. Ver
non Duncan, Mrs. James Burgess,
Mrs. Alex Jones and Mrs. Floyd
Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Rogers
will be hostesses for the next
meeting of the group.
The Women's Missionary society
of the First Baptist church will
meet with Mrs. Mackey at (91
Highland Friday afternoon at 2
Urn. nnltnn will IiSta nhareA ftf
the devotions. The program In Thursday Club is
on medical missions. I Entertained
Mrs. Otto Engdall and Mrs.
Hutcheson will give a duet. Mrs.
Clifton Ross, Mrs. Meeks, Mrs.
Wimer and Mrs. Walter Lottis
will assist Mrs. Mackey.
tee, and Mrs. Claude Glenn who
w"!LheTT: 'SSi Mrs. Paul Rewman
panied by Miss Eve Cochran. Miss Addresses CluD
iioier win Bing as one numoer,
"Sing. Sing, Birds on the Wing."
Mrs. Frits Weisser will give a dia
lect reading, and a group of three
violin numbers will be given by
Dalbert Jepsen, accompanied at
the piano by Emory Hobson.
Guests will represent Chi Delta
chapter of Salem, Dallas chapter
and Independence and Monmouth
chapters, in addition to the host,
Sigma Nu chapter.
The Woman's Republican elub
was honored at its meeting Tues
day by a visit from Mrs. Paul
Rewman of the United States
commission of labor and immigra
tion, and state committee woman
of south Dakota. Mrs. Rewman
gave an instructive talk, from her
own observations at Washington,
of the work the president has ac
complished this year In meeting
the greatest industrial and finan
cial crisis of the nation. Mrs. Rew
man has been called to eastern
Oregon, but expects to spend
more time in the Willamette, val
ley next week. The club also en
joyed a visit from Mrs. Pat Allen.
national committeewoman for Or
egon, and Mrs. Lee Davenport.
-. Ma. P . a
Aiier listening to ine radio
speech of ex-President Coolldge,
at the Bishop home, the visitors
were taken to the W. C. T. TJ. ban
quet at the Methodist church.
From there, accompanied by Mrs.
F. B. Southwick, state committee-
woman of Oregon; Mrs. C. P.
Bishop, club president; Mrs. Han
nah Martin, Woman's club presi
dent, and Chris Kowitz, county
chairman, they called On the
Toung People's Republican club at
the courthouse, where Mrs. Rew
man gave an encouraging talk to
the young republicans of Marion
A large number of friends and
members of the Court Street
Christian church gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Weller Tuesday night to bid fare
well to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Shoe
maker, who are leaving for Scotts
Mills, where they will take leader
ship of the Christian church.
A pleasant evening was enjoy
ed After a number of games some
novelty music of the old-time va
riety was appreciated. Both Mr.
State Board Meet,
Is Today .
The state board meeting of the
Woman's department of the Con
gregational churches win meet at
the First , church . tomorrow at
10:80 o'clock with Miss Marthlne,
state president, in charge. After
the business session, there will be
a round-table discussion upon
"Methods" led by Mrs. J. R. alm
onds of Salem. A state committee
of which Mrs. Simonda was chair
man has been working upon the
subject for several months and
this discussion will be Is the na
ture of a report from this com
mittee. Mrs. Clay palmer of Eu
gene will have charge of the de
votional period. At soon, lunch
will be served by the women of
the local ehureh.
An interesting feature at tie
luncheon hour will be soma "In
terpretative Indian Numbers" by
Mrs. Mae a Gingrich. She will
assisted by Birndette Clark at the
piano and .Violet VanCleave with
the violin. .. -
At two o'clock, the meeting
will adjourn to Chemawa Indian
school where a tour of school will
be made under the direction of
Miss Gertrude Eakln. The morn
ing session and the luncheon are
open to all women of the Congre
gational churches of the city.
Mrs. Paul Rice
Inspiration for Party
Mrs. Paul Rice, nee Esther Keu
scher, was the honor guest at a
surprise shower given Wednesday
night at the home of Eleanor
Barth. The popular bride, whose
marriage came as a complete sur
prise to her many friends, was
the recipient of many lovely gifts.
Late refreshments were served
after an evening of cards and music.
Friends surprising Mrs. Rice
were Mrs. Claude Mathls, Mrs.
George Settlemeir, Mrs. Gordon
Boden, the Misses Agnes Miller.
Eleanor Henderson, Lenna Mae
Mattson, Helen Miller, Mildred
Zehner, Doryce Ross, Katherine
Adlard, Jean Bahlberg and Elea
Word has been received in fi-
le'm of the marriage of Ella Rogn
stad Henderson and Martin Paul
ziellnskl. in Portland September
28. They are at home to friends
at 147 King's road, CorTllis.'
A charming and beautifully col
orful breakfast party was that
which began the season for the
Thursday club at the home of
Mrs. Marie Flint McCall on Wal
lace' road, Thursday morning. This
affair is a custom for the club and
was one of the most delightful of
the many that have gone before
Assisting hostesses Included
Mrs. M. M. Cuslck and Mrs
George Brown. Several hours of
informality followed the break
fast hour which wa3 at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. T. A. McBride, Mrs. W. C.
Hawley and Mrs. Emily Cromley
were special guests for the meet
Club members include:
Mrs. John Albert, Mrs. Henry
Bean, Mrs. A. N. Bush, Mrs. C. P.
Bishop, Mrs. R. P. Boise, Mrs
William Brown, Mrs. George M
Brown, Mrs. E. C. Cross, Mrs.
Richard Cartwright, Mrs. Russell
Catlin, Mrs. M. M. Cusick, Mrs
Alice Dodd of Portland, Mrs. Carl
Gregg Doney, Mrs. S. C. Dyer, Mrs
F .A. Elliott, Mrs. R. B. Fleming,
Mrs. R. J. Hendricks, Mrs. W. E.
Kirk, Mrs. B. C. Miles, Mrs. Ma
rie Flint McCall, Mrs. A. N
Moores, Mrs. Charles A. Park,
Mrs. George Pearce, Mrs. C. K
Spaulding, Mrs. Frank Snedecor,
Mrs. Frank Spencer and Mrs. Hen
and Mrs. Shoemaker spoke of
Church Drama League thelr many pleasant associations
By ANNE ADAMS
At last, a fashion trend that
can be called the matron's own . . .
the coat dress. The lines Invar
iably : slenderize and numerous
ways are created for added flat
tering details. The model sketch
ed, yoall agree, is the smartest of
smart. Its contrasting banding, be
coming fevers and new sleeves are
just some of, the Interesting de
tails. Attractive either in prints
or solid shades.
Pattern 2380 may be ordered
only fn sizes 30 to 48. Site 36 re
quires 4 yards 39-inch fabric and
yard contrasting. Illustrated
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Included with this pattern.
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frocks eiererly designed styles "
far large figures and beautiful,
practical models for juniors aad .
kid dies. ' Lovely llngsri patterns. ,
aad suggestions for rifts that cm.'
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tea cents. Catalog sad patters to
gether, twenty-fire cants.' Address
U sasil orders to fita teaman Patt
tare department, .243 . W. 17 tk
street. Kew York elty. - -----17ta
street. Haw Tork City.
Officers were elected at the or
ganization meeting at the First
Methodist church Wednesday eve
ning for a church drama guild.
These include: Secretary, Laura
Cheney; director of worship, Eliz
abeth Hughes: readinsr plays. Vel-
leda Ohmart; music, Ronald Cra
ven; publicity, Irene Breithaupt;
finance, Ronald Hewitt; general
chairman of interest groups. Mrs.
Ruth Versteeg; worship materi
als. Elizabeth Hughes; acting. and
pantomime, Mrs. Herbert Rahe;
stagecraft. Wilburn Swafford;
scenic effects, Blanche Grentzen
berg; costume designs and prop-
ernes, Mrs. Ronald Craven; light
ing directs, Forest Holladay.
Meetings will be held each Wed
nesday night between the hours of
7 and 9 o'clock in the church par
lors. Those between the ages of
17 and 35 who are interested in
the work are invited to make in
Unusually interesting things are
being planned, the first ef which
will be, a religious play entitled
"Bread." October 30. Miss Mar
garet ftevenson is directing the
work of too guild.
Reports from the delegates to
the district six conference held In
I Olympia the past week end occu
pied the attention of members of
the Zonta club at its noon lunch
eon Thursday at the Marion. The
conference plan will go back to
; the twice a year schedule as of old
according to the delegates and the
next one will be March 18-19 in
Everett, Wash. Mrs. Katherine
Maddox of Chicago, national
; president, will be a special guest
at this meeting. ' -
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A number of Salem people are
receiving invitations to the formal
reception, being tendered Chancel
lor and Mrs. William Jasper Kerr
October-21 in Gerilnger half by
,the faculty .of the University of
Oregon The hours are from 8; SO
to 10:JO o'clock : .
Date for Wedding
The wedding data of Miss Ruth
RockhDL, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs-J, H. Roekhill and Oscar
Beckman, son 6f Mrs.' Anna Beck-
man,; was announced for Novem
ber I at an attractive shower
Wednesday night at the home ef
Mrs. Hans Hoffstetter. :
Cards formed a delightful di
version 1 for .'. the early j evening
hours and before the refreshment
hour the bride-elect was present-
ea witn a lovely assortment of
lifts. .. : ...
Guest la compliment to Miss
Roekhill included " Mrs; Elmer
Klein, Mrs. . 1. Roberts, Mrs.
Conrad Eggler. Mrs, 'Alfred Lane,
Mrs. Herman Xkerson, Mrs. Katie
HOficker, Mrs. Ennald Owen.
Mrs. Clifford Parker, Mrs. Walter
Roekhill; Mrs. Harry Bronchul,
Mrs. Rodney Stlenke, Mrs. Gordon
Burr ell, Mrs. Anna Beckman, and
Miss Gladys and Miss Wlllamlna
Hllfleker an of Salem; Mrs. J. H.
Roekhill, and daughter, Cora Mae
and Mrs. a A. Rsckhlll and
daughter. Belle of Dayton, Ore
gon; Mrs. Albert Beckman of
Woodburn; 'Mrs. Floyd Edwards
and Mrs. Ralph Sehlndler of Cor
vallis. Mrs. Claude Glenn
juaaing ar turunda one
apart in those of the years past, a
group of friends planned a happy
surprise party complimenting Mrs.
Claude Glenn on the- occasion of
her birthday anniversary Wed
nesday night st her Witter street
Following a delightfully, infor
mal evening refreshments were
served and gifts were presented
the honor guest. I
Present in compliment to Mrs!
Glenn were Mr. and Mrs. Frits
Weiser,' Mr. and Mrs. John Pol
lock, Mr. and Mrs. John Karst,
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles South, Mrj and Mrs.
Archie Elliott, Carl Weisser, and
Mrs. Fred Weil! Heads
Delta Phi Mothers
The opening meeting for the
season of the Delta Phi Mothers'
club was held at the home of Mrs.
L. O. Clement. Devotions were led
by Mrs. M. C. Flndley.
Officers for the ensuing year
were elected as follows:; President,
Mrs. Fred Alban Weil; (vice-president,
Mrs. E. E. Gilbert; secretary,
Mrs. W. R. Speck. A committee
was appointed to arrange for a
luncheon meeting. Tea was served
by Mrs. Clement.
Honors Betty Dotson
A group of high school maids
were guests at a surprise birthday
parry given zor miss uetty Dot-
son by her mother, Mrs. U. 8.
Dotson, Saturday night.
Cards and 'contest games were
enjoyed' and prises were won by
Ann Tartar, Margaret Mackenzie,
Jean Aunusen, Clarice Kolbe.
Hallowe'en motifs and lighted
tapers added gay color to the late
supper table where a decorative
birthday cake formed the center
piece. Guests bidden were Miss Helen
Schula, Miss Ann Tartar, Miss
Barbara Kurtz, Miss Doris Schun
ke, Miss Neva Smith, Miss Jean
Jtnunsen, Miss Clarice Kolbe,
Miss -Ethel -Abel, Miss Ada. Mse
Smith. Miss June Weeks, Miss
Margaret Mackenzie. Miss Iola
Quesseth. Miss Alice Chandler,
Miss Ruth Ramsden, Miss Isa
bella Creech, Miss Bonnie Belle
Miller, Miss Eleanor Curtis, Miss
Doris Doty and the honor guest.
Miss Betty Dotson.
Chemeketa Players met Wed
nesday night at the heme of Frank
Torgerson and Harold Muhs on
Statesman street and perfected or
ganization of the group. It was
decided to present the play "Back
Seat Drivers," the sparkling
Broadway laugh success "by Laur
ence E. Johnson, on which the
cast is now working, on four
nights the first week in Novem
ber in Nelson auditorium. The
first presentation will be Monday
night, October 21, the second
Tuesday, the third Wednesday
and the fourth Friday.
Material is being gathered to
gether for the construction of a
new and special acene set for this
play. Work on the construction
will probably begin the last of this
week. Rehearsals haye been prog
ressing ana ibis week the cast will
bring the second act down to play
ing time. Selection of players for
the following production "The
Ghost Bird," a mystery-comedy, is
The birthday of small Alcetta
Catherine Gilbert was celebrated
by a charming Informal tea at the
Gilbert home Thursday afternoon
with a number of small guests
and their mothers as guests. Mrs.
J. E. Bllnkhorn assisted Mrs. Gil
bert in receiving and serving st
the tea hour.
In preparation for the annual
inspection which is scheduled for
November all members of the
Daughters of Civil War Veterans
are urged to attend the regular
meeting of the organization at the
Women's clubhouse Friday night
at 8 o clock.
464-466 State SU
The Store For Ladies
The Store That
When Johnson Says a Sale
It's a Sale Folks!
So Here We Go
Friday and Saturday Only
JUST 2 DAYS
Group No. 1
These are Polo
Values up to
Price for 2
while they last
and memories while here for over
three years. Pastor Hugh McCal
lum of the church extended good
wishes for the future as a fare
Following . refreshments the
evening was brought to a close
by the singing of favorite hymns
Early November brings a fes
tival season for music lovers in
Portland. It means concerts by the
Portland Symphony orchestra will
oegin again concerts that com
bine the old and the new, for it
is ever the thought of William
vap. Hoogstraten, conductor, to
present on each program one of
the best-known masterpieces and
also to introduce his audiences to
some work that is new In the or
The 1932-33 season promises
to be a banner one. Into the 14
concerts Instead of 18 given last
year, will go Mr. van Hoogstrat
en's most careful and choice se
lections, tor he is determined that
though the season must neces
sarily be shortened it, shall not
suffer in excellency. It should be
a banner year then for its qual
ity, ana aiso from the pocketbook
standpoint of those who attend.
Prices are lower than ever, which
means more for one's money. .
; The first meeting of the rear
for ' the Salem association for
Childhood Education was held at
the school for the deaf with J.
Lyman Steed, superintendent, giv
ing a talk explaining the work and
Mrs. Steed presenting a demon
stration class for the enlighten
ment of he visiting teachers. A
large number attended the meet
ing- and appreciation expressed
for the excellent study given by
Mr. and Mrs. Steed. The next
meeting in November will be at
the school for the blind. Mrs. Mil
dred Wyatt is president of the or
ganization; Ten program 'commit
tees : have . planned an excellent
series of meetings . for. this lrer
aecoraing to reports available
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with the big
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Friday & Saturday sale
Sale of Pewter
Tree and Well
; GIFT SHOP
New Pottery -
"Doljy Madison pottery cooking utensils and
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will jbe ready for your Inspection today.- For
kltcbjen showers, birthdays,- weddings, bridge
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- 1 !Y' ;
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and still more dresses
Regular Values up to
These are all brand new
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Suede Leather Jackets Are Here That
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Another 100 Dozen
Johnson's Famous Hose
Just unpacked and we must say that
these hose are well worth $1 per pair
Our Price Friday and Saturday only
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'464-466 State St. ;
.The Store For Ladies.