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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, November 6, 1 932
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ifBjilMnt Reception is Planned; Okb Wome
ays Draw Into Shut-In
i Honor of
? - TTHS week ahead is one that suggests the train of many interests. There are club affairs,
r I i :i m.o navfiAR hiTnr nlanned and there is thevery lanre
I ; recerSion being given fos Dr. 0.
I - by Cladwick chapter, Rainbow lor girls ana d outr
JCfo the tea for which members of the Beta C hi Mothers club
nooniiomplimenting 17 new members will b e one of the large
weerain oraanizauon circles,
o'clock at the sorority home.
: : Quests Have been bidden
h fc,v K I
yer, ajp oiner.mearoy towns.
: i-'ThntBday night the reception
s for D Olson will take place in
' the,hftquet rpom of the Masonic
i temVfoilowing the presentation
jT ; pi tbenly honor given by the De
WtbliyMdiior arid rarely presented
''. - to any man. It comes from the
j j national eouncU and is presented
'.r ' for surerlor service.
f.Jh TheSpnhlic is inTited to attend
ji the sTTlce which begins at 8
ji:'tVcJoc!tt the lodge room and for
Si . whichlat least 400 people are ex
1 ' pectel Dr. W. J. Kerr will make
i the presentation.
1 At W o'lock the reception will
j ! heginBtfr. William Gahlsdorf, Jr.,
j i Is ia charge of the reception plans,
j I" : Mrs. Oarles S. Pratt is to be host
; eas an3 fin. Darid Wright is act-
! ing aadrisor.
I : Thijline will Include Howard
; Mills, fc'master councilor of Che
j -''''meketbt chapter. William Mills,
rp Dr. Oijfon, Dr. Kerr, actire mem-
2 :. ber fwm Oregon on the Grand
Ij ' Coanojjl.'E. L. 'Weider, most emi-
: nent itan'd commander, K. T., D.
' X ' B. Strt, grand high priest, R. A.
:.JB., A,'M. o. tiaiienaen, t. ana o.
5 M-, falter C. Winslow, most
worslifipfal grand master, A. F.
and i$ M., Miss Eleanor Wright.
j granctfworthy -adrisor of Order of
P: Raialyw, hoads of local orders,
r Gdreirjtpr Meier or his representa
tile, oTited heads of other Wil
jametlp ralley lodges.
i Assisting in serving will be Miss
Esthq Gibbard, Miss Alice Speck,
: Miss ftfargaret Hauser, Miss Eli
p. no re tMndle, Miss Iris Jorgenson,
' , Miss if argaret Sarage, Miss Eliza
; beth &Kleinsorge. Miss Eleanor
i Norb$jd, Miss Peggy WagsUff,
v and IMss Ruth Johnson,
r T All) peMolay will be'in uniform
!andi'doubt there will be many
eolorff 1 nniforms worn by the va-
rlous Masonic officers present.
' , Speci tnuslc is being arranged.
; V ' Onftbf the most colorful and so-
elal m the meetings of the year
for thje Salem Women's club will
; be a erent of Saturday at the
; clubhouse at which time special
j : trlbu will be paid the state pres
! - IdentjMrs. Charles Bilyeu.
i A: iso-host luncheon is being
; : serret In the club dining room at
22: lC o'clock. Elaborate decora
i "'. tions re being planned and a mu
sical Iprogram will add beauty to
' v - the day's program.
Mm Hannah Martin, club pres
i : Identwlll preside. The commit
iitee lQi charge for general arrange-
; mentit include Mrs. Frederick H.
Crosby. Mrs. Hal Patton, Mrs.
Frank! G. Myers, Mrs. Leif Bergs
rik. Sirs. Walter Pennington, Mrs.
Ronald GlOTer, Mrs. Wilson Dar
by Mrs. Ray L. Farmer, Mrs. D. B.
Jarmnin, Mrs. ClUfton Mudd, Mrs.
EL C.lfcroas, Mrs, Walter. C. Wlns-;low--jlra,iF:
A. Hurd, and Miss
'2 Paj presidents of the club who
will the honor guests are Mrs.
Isabel? Geer, Mrs. Marcia Cnsick,
Mrs. fybil Catltn, Mrs. Luln Bush,
Mrs. Edna D. Raymond, Mrs. Hel
en PM Gatch, Mrs. Ida H. Kirk,
Mrs.-Qda Fleming, Mrs. Florence
CartiVight, Mra. Alice H. Dodd,
Miss Wattle Bcalty, Mrs. Marguer
ite Elliott. Mrs. .Elizabeth M. Al
bert.ffrs. Louise Rlggs, Mrs. Hel-
' en BHamilton, Mrs. Nora L. An
dersi1, Mrs. LaMoine R. Clark.
Mrs. lnixabeth P. Jones, Mrs. Lo
rah aulding, Mrs. Ida Rath S.
FaxgT" Mrs. Jessie S. Hamilton,
; Mrs. pHarrittt S. Erlckson, Mrs.
Dora.'i'attflrnnii Wallace. Mra. ITpI-
I en Faarer Wledmer, Mrs. Fay
". Roafuck Wright and Mrs. Els a
Olgaipeyers. 1 '
r Rtbekahs and families plan "Harvest Home' din
H ner, 1:30 o'clock; I." O. O. F. hall; each family bring
U covered dish.
H .Sigma Nu chapter, Delphians, at .city library for
U regular meeting; Mr. John Vinton Scot wilt speak con
j P: i Wesleyaa Service Guild of Jason Lee church, 7:30
y - o'clock irUh Mrt H.'G. Humphrey, 860 Jefferson street.
. ?: Junior Guild of St.
;fa Mrs. U. G. Shipley, 1:30
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Aiucimu iiC(iuu AujLii j wui. uiel lot regular
meeting in Fraternal temple and later be guests of Le
gion for dancing and program. Mrs. A. M. Johnson, will
preside in the absence of Mrs. J. T. Delaney.
' ; North Salem W. VT. U. prayer band, meet 3 o'clock
! at home of Mrs. William Spiers, 1435 North Summer;
f. Mra PI ark lane KA4h rhiiV
Tuesday, November 8
Eastern Star Social luh aftornnnn msctincr ar Vfa.
' sonic temple. . .
I vuitu4 ui, jitvAiruucK ciass ol irsi iiemoaisi
ehurc. with Mrs. John Marr, 1620 North 19th street;
Safem Arts league postpones meeting because of
election. - ;'y - ,-v, . ,
Sons of Union Veterans and Auxiliary oostDone
3 meeting because of election.
K Beta Cbi Mothers club tea., to .welcome new mem
Ft : here at' sorority home, . - ' .j . - ;
. .Than vorfering meetipg of Ladies Gaild"of Ameri
can Lutheran church, 2:30 o'clock' in church;; program
Turn to Club Events
Will Observe Interesting
President; Sority Mothers
A. Olson by C hemeketa chapter,
ixie anaur w"
from Dallas, Portland, Vancou
Is to Hear
SALEM GARDEN CLUB keeps
faith with the spring and
and schemes to while away the
winter days and work up enthu
siasm for planting and spring
A timely subject for the De
cember meeting of the club is the
culture of chrysanthemums and
there will be a aisplay to be
brought by any one wishing to
contribute, of these lovely things
of the fall according to report. A.
A. Donbrava, expert in this cul
ture, will be the speaker. He
will speak Monday night at the
chamber of commerce.
Mr. Donbrava will be remem
bered by many as the manager of
Paradise view fruit farm at
Sheridan. He is probably the
owner of the largest acreage of
chrysanthemums in the state,
with over 300 varieties.
A short talk on the growth ani
choice of tulips will also be a
feature of the evening and this
will be given by W. C. Franklin.
Mrs. O. A. Chase opened her
home for a delightful afternoon
iur me jngiewuoa women ciuo
Friday. M5 ManrtA rnYinirtnn
gave an interesting and instruc-
tive account of Oregon artists,
oiio spu&e esyH;iiiny ui Anurew i
vinsoa s aunsei on ue wuiam
ette." Kenneth Grant accompan
ay"- oJTi!Seia stWdard
At the social hour a large birth-
j one " 0.0 dci iru tuuiya
ment the sixth birthday of the
club's organization. Mrs. Henry
bcnuiiz ana Aire. w. A. iteeves
were assisting hostess.
Guests were Miss Bertha Schrei-
oer, airs u. i,ear, Airs. VMiison
S'V:,.- r'iT'; -M"L"
D. Travis, Mrs. Robert A. Fort
ner. Miss Anna Wenx, Mrs. L. M.
Scharf, Miss Maude Covington,
Mrs. J. G. Marr, Mrs. A. R. Tar
tar, Mrs. G. C. Gardner, Mrs. H.
C. McWhorter. Mrs. F. A. Smith,
and Mrs. Earl Chappel.
Mrs. J. H. Ryan will be hostess
for the December meeting.
Hollywood The regular
meeting of the Merry Minglers
was held'at the home of Mrs. C.
C. Colwell Thursiav afternoon,
The meeting went political and
a lively discussion of candidates
and measures followed. All
greatly enjoyed the afternoon.
Those present were Mrs. J. J.
Ackerman, Mrs. L. B. Malm, Mrs.
E. S. Barker, Mrs. A. W. Fletch
er. Mrs. E. J. Woodburn. Mrs. F.
P. Phipps, Mrs. Ted Leonhirdt.
Mrs. R. Shaw Mrs. Geo. Tharoe.
Miss Fefh Colwell, and Mrs. C.
Mrs. Norman Hamilton was
hostess for a pretty luncheon at
her home on Garden road Wednes
day afternoftn. Covers were piaced
for Mrs. A. Holmstrom, Mrs. Ra
chel Reader, Mrs. N. F. Hamilton
of Turner and Mrs. Hamilton.
Paul's Episcopal church, with
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day Given Over to
Order of DeMolay, asssited
will be hostess Tuesday after-
and attractive affairs of the
if. t- . , TI7 . , .
Mr8' David Wright who ts
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ception plans being worked out by Chemeketa chapter, order
of DeMolay, for Thursday night complimenting Dr. O. A.
linens beason Mondav
' With the approach of the open-
insr 0f the Portland Symphony or-
chestra's 1932-33 season, music
lovers are waltlnr eaaerlv for
rnnAa- mtry,t t wn
effort is D6lng spared to U8hr ln
the "Music Festival" with the rec-
ognltion that It deserves. Willem
van Hoogstraten, who commences
his eighth year as conductor here,
haa chosen Beethoven's 7th Sym
phony for the first concert.
The Portland season will be
two concerts shorter than last
year, but the excellence of the
programs has in bo degree been
A new plan announced Is the
pre-concert Informal gatherings ln
the south wing or the auditorium.
which will te held 45 minutes
proceeding each program, and
open to all ticket-holders. At these
gatherings, persons less familiar
with symphony music may he in
troduced to the melodies so de
lightfully and easily that their en
joyment at the concert Itself will
I be greatly increased.
rkilHri rf Amariran
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KeVOIUtlOn tO lVleet
An interesting party of the
week for an exclusive group of
younger people will be the party
for the Children of the American
Revolution at the borne of the
senior president, Mrs. C. C. Geer,
Miss Graee Elizabeth Hoiman
is junior president or tne group
which includes about 16 direct
descendants of the American Rev
olution. To be a member it is
necessary that this lineage be
The evening will be especially
I In observance of the bicentennial
of tbe birth of George Washing
The Union HU1 Women's club
' met at the home of Mrs. Jessie
Carter Thursday afternoon. The
program for the afternoon was a
study of -taxes, with Mrs. Elsie
1 Tate and Mrs. Martha Bowen giv
ing interesting talks.
Mrs. Evelyn Robens was made
a new member of the cldb,
Interesting reports were made
i by different members on the fed
eration meeting at Woodburn last
week. Mrs. Bower told interesting
points ln Anne Shannon Monroe's
The club will start two quilts
for the Children's Farm Home at
the next meeting with Mrs. Gloria
Heater, November 17,
Qulnaby The Royal Neighbor
lodge members went to Dallas
Thursday to assist Dallas In en
tertaining Salem. Those from
Chemawa R. N. A. were Pearl
Harris.- Alice Zielinski, Mrs. John
ZielinskI, Mrs. R. B. McClay, El
sie .Boston and Mrs. G. N. Camp-
. bell. At last lodge meeting here.
It we decided - to hold lodge at
Mis.- G. N. Campbells the' rest of
A . straw .jrote , was
l taken, for president and Hoover
won bjT a large majority.-
The .R. N. A. sewing: club will
meet, next Wednesday at Mrs. J.
Mrs. Leon Gleason
Is Club Hostess . -
Mri. Leon Gleason entertained
with 1 o'clock luncheon follow
ed by an afternoon of bridge at
her home Friday, lira. Harley
White and (Mrs. B. A. Kurta as
aiated at the luncheon hoar.
Present were Mrs. White, lira.
Kurt. Mr, Walter Pennington,
Mrs. Fred Delano, Mrs. Clare Vib
bert, Mra. C. A. Sprague, Mrs.
Scott Page, Mrs. Erie Butler, Mrs.
Elmer Dane. Mrs. O. A. Olson and
Mrs. David Wright.
Mrs. Leon Gleason is chairman
of the program committee for the
Eastern Star social club afternoon
meeting to be held Tuesday in
Masonic temple. Sewing and a
program will occupy the afternoon
, . . . ...
acting as advisor lor the re
Open House at Schools
r or Kducation Week
Plans are under way to make
national education week from
November 7 to It a social obser
vation as well as strict program
observation in Balem schools.
Informal receptions will be
given in most of the schools and
parents and teachers will meet
and chat daring the open house
The teachers of the high school
will greet the parents, each in his
own room, Wednesday night.
program will be given ln the as
sembly following the open house
Highland and Leslie schools
will also hold open house during
the evening Wednesday and Rich
mond will receive the parents
during the afternoon Wednesday.
At this time a musical and dra
maUo pr0Kram will be presented.
McKlnley will receive its guests
Monday evening between the
hours of 7 and I o'clock and
Grant will hold open house Tues
day at 8 o'clock.
Exhibits have been arranged
for these open house hours and
erfinnl wmV will ttm i11ariisMl
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Prof, and Mrs. Frank Churchill
entertained with a musical at the
I Churchill studio home Friday
I night. The younger students of
I Prof. Churchill presented the pro-
gram. A soeial hour and refresh-
ments conclnded the evening to
which parents and friends were
invited. Mra. Herbert Stiff and
Mrs. Phil Barrett assisted at the
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Doney en
tertalned with an attractive lafor-
mal dinner at their home Friday
night. Covers were placed for Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Schramm, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Lauterman, Mra. Lena
Snedecor, and Prof. James L.
Matthews and Dr. and Mrs. Do
Oar Prescription Service is the Best Service We Render
p 405 State St.; corner Liberty
MONO the interesting college
social functions are those
sponsored by the Interna
tional house members. Colorful
and charming are the events
which this group have given and
another la being planned which
promises to be very pretty. "
This event will be a tea be
tween the hours of 3 and S
o'clock and invitations have been.
sent oat to a large number of
those people who have especially
aided the members of the house
and the organization as a whole.
About 100 Invitations have been
Miss Seiko Watanable is ln gen
eral charge of the affair. E. Cort-
nell has charge of ' the refresh
ments; Frances' Maeda, is pro
gram chairman; Helen Johnson
has charge of arrangements:
Betty Moffatt. invitations and
Virginia A. Sprague, decorations.
salem Girl Reserves are al
ready thinking of the Christmas
time and will, through their re
presentatives, start plans for their
charity and program work for
Two delegates from each tri
angle will meet at the Y. M. C. A
social rooms Saturdav mornlnar
at 11 o'clock and as an inter-club
council discuss forthcoming plans
for Christmas and charitable pro
Monday the high school Re
serves will meet for a lecture con
cerning the Ideals of the Girl Re
serve and this will be leading up
to the approaching recognition
service which will be an event of
the near future.
The 8th grade Reserve group
of Parrish will meet for a prac
tical demonstration session during
which time under the direction
of Esther May DeVore they will
learn the correct way to intro
duce friends to all the members
of their families. Each girl will
hdress to represent a member
of one large family and the in
troductions will be attempted.
Tuesday the Leslie Reserves
will meet for a craft session with
Miss Rosetta Smith, and Wednes
day the 7th and 9th Reserves of
Parrish will meet in the room
of Miss Helen Prang and there
follow a project for music appre
ciation. Thursday, Garfield and Engle
wood will both meet to continue
projects of interest.
Three new grade advisors have
been annonnced. Miss Luclle
Brown for Washington, and for
Grant, Miss Virginia Heath, and
Miss Florence Zwlfel.
Guest Day For
t ft A a
The Woman s Foreign Mission
ary society will have a guest day
Wednesday at 3:30 o'clock in the
church parlors, each auxiliary
member bringing a woman of the
congregation as a guest.
Devotions will be led by Mrs.
B. E. Parker and a playlet, "Ways
and a Way," will be given by Mrs.
B. Blatchford, Mrs. Ada Miller,
Mrs. George Lewis, Mrs. B. L.
Steeves, Mrs. Ronald Glover, Mrs.
Elizabeth Gallaher, Mrs. John
Robins, Mrs. E. E. Gilbert and
Mrs. Oren Stratton.
The program includes: Violin
solo, Miss Hortense Taylor; vocal
solo, Miss Eleanor Moore; "Lady
Fourth Daughter of China," Mrs
C. F. Breithaupt.
The affair is ln charge of Mrs.
Josephine Davis, general chair
man, assitsed by Mrs. F. A. Legge,
Mrs. C. F. Wilson and their com
mittee. Mrs. J. H. Missler, nee Minnie
Anderson, was hostess to a group
of her Salem friends Thursday
evening at her Stayton home com
pllmenting Miss Myrtle Shelley of
Covers were placed for Miss
Shelley, Mrs. Elisabeth Shelley,
Mrs. Peral Ling, Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Hilke. all of Salem, and Arthur
Elder, and Mr. and Mrs. Missler
Added Interest , was given the
dinner party because it was also
the occasion for observing the
birthday of Mr. Hilke.
Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Franklin
have received an invitation to
attend the reception November
17 being given by the Portland
public library in compliment to
Oregon authors. This -reception
Is being planned ln compliment to
good book, week.
Helpful Hints for
That is a question that is being
asked today. We suggest that
you vote for good health. Take
every precaution to have and.
J. H. Wfflett
Playlet Will be
"Our Foreign Cousins." a play
let, 1a to be presented by the chil
dren of Miss Mable Dotioa's sixth
grade room at Grant school, Tues
day evening, at 7:30 o'clock. -
The following program will en
tertain the guests:
"PUT. "Aro.ad tka WarttSrltk Ckil-
dm"; Mat, "lisllabx," Kunie John
on eas, IUlin By," eharva; 4ae,
"Ac mt Diamonds" r recitation. Keith
Clark; aoag, Betty Anmaeea; book, "Jap
anese Lot Sons, Tiriaa Aspiawall aad
Elisabeth lis ton; aae, "Shoemaker's
IHnee"; eonfc'The Owl aad the Patsy
eat,' quartet; recitation, Betty Annnaen;
sang, ''The Eskimo," Rntta Stewsrt;
sons;, "Little Chink," ehorns; play, "Our
Parents and friends are invited
to attend this program given dur
ing national education week.
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Miss Eleanor Norblad, who uill come up from Eugene
where she is attending the university this year, to be one of
the group of maids to assist
Dr. O. A. Olson.
Miss Agnes Meyers
rnostess for Party
Miss Agnes Meyers entertained
ith a Hallowe'en party at her
home on Maple avenue Thursday
evening. The rooms were beauti
fully decorated in orange and
black. Dancing and appropriate
Hallowe'en games were enjoyed
throughout the evening after
which a dainty lunch was served
by the hostess with the Misses
Angela and Katherine Meyer as
sisting. Miss Meyer's guests were the
Misses Mary Ellen Hammond.
Honora Reidy, Agnes Moisan, Lu
cille Doerfler, Vivian Hendricks,
Adeline Coffey. Angela Meyer.
Catherine Pillette. Hilda Braun,
Florence Moisan, Betty Hammond,
Clara Weslowski, Pearl Beary,
Winifred Weber, Dorothy Pillette,
Carol Hampshire, Bernice Doer
fler, Hazel Hendricks, Catherine
Meyer, Agnes Brown, Theresa
Moisan. Martha WeslowskI, Vir
ginia Van Fleet, Marie Pillette,
Margaret Thompson, Sarah Mois
an, Margaret Bellinger, Gertrude
Kahute, Juliana Scharbach and
the hostess Agnes Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Millard,
accompanied by Miss Lola Mil
lard, Miss Evangeline Millard,
and Mrs. Stuard Klbbe will motor
to Portland today where they will
attend the baptismal service of 6
months old Richard Clarence Ord
way, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Ordway, nee Marguerlta Millard.
The service will be ln the home
of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Avison of
Miss Helen White is spending
the week end in Corvallis where
she attended the Oregon-Oregon
State game. She is the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. A. W. Marker.
Alpha Psi Delta fraternity an
nounce that Frank Bashor has
been made an honorary member
of that fraternity.
. Roast Turkey
on the Special
Sunday 50c Dinner
Week Past One of Varied
Interests and Shows
THE week is past Charity has had its start with the
charming' and gay ball given by the Lions club Friday
night in the armory. A delightful beginning to what is plan
ned as an annual custom, and also a charming means of warn
ing people that November has gotten well under way and be-
fore anyone is ready the Christmas cheer boxes will be due to
those who have suffered byo
the way this year. frlot met ,8?tf
. tv. i ? u luncheon at the Marion hotel. ThU
, iuk wetA una uteu uue ui
variety. The distinguished group
of Daughters of Founder and Pa-
in serving at the reception for
Point Club Meets
Mrs. C. F. Mumm entertained
for an all-day meeting of the
Pringle Pleasant Point social club
at her home Thursday. A pot-luck
dinner at noon was followed by a
short business session and social
The club will meet in two
weeks with Mrs. George Gurne.
Special guests for the after
noon included Mrs. Ford, Miss
Starrett, Mrs. Sam Emery and
Mrs. Albert Hilfiker. Club mem
bers included Mrs. W. M. Coburn,
Mrs. J. X. Robertson, Mrs. L. W.
Potter, Mrs. J. W. Yates, Mrs. W.
H. Orabenhorst, Mrs. Harry
Wechter, Mrs. George Gnerne,
Miss Grace Robertson. Mrs. E. G.
Clark, Mrs. Frank Clark. Mrs.
William McCarroll, Mrs. Clifford
Jones, Mrs. J. W. Keyes, Mrs. O.
T. Seely. Mrs. William Propst,
Mrs. J. M. Coburn, Miss E?e4yn
Coburn, Mrs. Olive Shafer. Mrs.
Homer Harrison, Mrs. A. Cassel
iius. Miss Margaret Jones, and
Aurora Mrs. Chester Gil
breath presided at a 12:30 lunch
eon Friday for Mrs. R. L. Deavers
and her daughter, Mrs. Richard
Sundelas, Beverly and Caren Sun
delas, of Portland.
Artistic Lightings ...
... Nataral Expressions
Dr. Le Fohn
On Health and Care
Of The Skin
(Cosmetic Section) C ;
TURTLE ODV .
group of exclusive women holds a
prominent place in club life in
Oregon. In order to belong the
lineage of each mast be traced
back to one of those sturdy pa
triots or founders of early Amer
ica. A considerable of the mem
bership of the state organization
is .from Salem.
' Then Saturday afternoon an
other group of very active Ameri
can women met at the Marlon, the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution. This was a lunkeon meet
ing complimenting the state j re
gent, Mrs. John T. Richardson.
Mrs. Richardson was the spesjker
for the afternoon and left ltb
her audience a message to in
crease patriotic endeavor.
A few card parties, many ilu'e
meetings, and the pretty bridge
tea for which Miss Edna Savage
was hostess, together with thej de
lightful musical given by Micaael
Arenstein and the Madrigal 41ub
have with the other affairs n
tioned filled tbe week full and
COLOR affair of Saturday
afternoon for members of
one of the popular younger
sets wa3 the bridge tea for which
Miss Edna Savage was hostess at
Assisting at the tea hour were
Miss Josephine Cornoyer and M'es
The invited gue?t list Included
Miss Jean MoElhinney, Miss Betty
Smith, Miss Claudine G-ueffroy,
Miss Dorothea Corey, Miss Elea
nor Trindle. Miss Catherine Head
rick, Miss Marjorle Kissling, Mie
Julia Johnson, Miss Jeanne Pat
ton, Miss Josephine Cornoyfr.
Miss Evangeline Millard. Mise
Martha Sprague. MissMarguerite
Smith, Miss Ilia Mills. Miss Helen
Worth, Miss Lorena Walling, Mise
Margaret Doege, Miss Iris Jorgert
sen. Miss Margaret Savage, Mise
Charlotte McLary and Miss Helea
The American Legion auxiliary
will enjoy an especially happy eve
ning Monday night, for following
the regular meeting to be held In
Fraternal temple they will be tfce
guests of the Legion for a pro
gram and sevpral hours of danc
Croquinole Ringlet End
307 First Natl Bank Bldg
Branch of Castle Pioneer Per
manent Wavers, Portland
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