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fhe OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, - Oregon, Thursday Morning, Febroary V 13
k Benefit Tea Plans
v Are Announced
V Plans Cor the benefit tea (or
which girls of the Salem high
V school Ctrl Glee club will be
hostesses Friday afternoon be.
' Cween the hoars of 2 and 6
o'clock at the home of Mr, and
llrs. C A. Downs are now com
pleted and Indicate a delightful
afternoon In store for those many
friends of the young maids who
i will can that afternoon.
Mrs. Gerge Hag and Mrs. Fred
'i Wolf will preside at the urns
from S to 4 o'clock; Miss Mabel
't Robertson and Misa Dorothy
Pearca from 4 to 5 o'clock and
; - Mrs. W. S. Levens and Miss Lena
Belle Tartar from 5 to 6 o'clock.
;; Girls who will serve include
Joyce Phelps, Emelyn Griggs,
Doria Barnett and Cora Edgell.
Girls who will assist about the
rooms are Eva Cochran, Mary
" Elizabeth Kellu, Flavia Downs,
and Fraaces Ellis.
A masical program has been
planned for the afternoon hoars
1:15 Flavia Downs.
4 : 0 0 Maxlne Koss.
4: IS Section 1 of the glee club,
composed of Rachel Pem-
V berton, Eva Cochran. Cora
Edgell, Ila Hofer, Kath-
V erlne Scharf, Velma Wag
N ner, Leona Llesy, Ann Tar-
tar, Flavia Downs. Frances
Ellis, Guinivere Wood,
Ruth Welty and Mary
4:30 Ila Hofer.
' 4:46 Flavia Downs.
1:00 Girls' quartet.
g: IS Section t of the glee club,
Gwen Gallaber, Doris Hart,
Esther Horning, Shirley
Knighton, Lillian Potter,
', Lillian Rushman, Emelyn
Griggs, Joyce Phelps, Dor-
, is Barnett, jean McElhin-
xtey and Mlna Turner.
U S:30 Ila Hofer.
6:45 Maxine Ross.
Woodburn Friends of Mrs.
Hiram Overton and Mrs. O. F.
Larsen helped them celebrate
their birthdays at the home of
Mrs. Overton Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Larsen had prepared an In
terestlng program, which includ
ed reading of a poem written by
Mrs. Maude Mochel.
Mrs. S. W. Maupln presided at
the tea urn.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rhoten
and Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Knapp
were hosts Wednesday night in
compliment to members of their
dinner club and to Mr. and Mrs
E. A. Brown as special guests
Guests were received at the W
W. Moore home where dinner was
served and following the dinner
hour cards were in play.
FINANCE-FOOTLIGHTS ROMANCE I
Gilbert Kahn, eldest son of Otto Kahn, Wall Street financier and art
paw-on, is snown with his bride, Sarah Jan Heliker, lovely Broadway
showgirl, soon after their marriage at the palatial Kahn residence ia
ew iqik. ibis is second marital ntirr. Hla flmt
to Anne Whelan, cigar fortune heiress, was abrogated ia Reno last
month. The new Mrs. Kahn has retired from the stage.
Because of numerous conflict
ing dates it has been necessary to
indefinitely postpone the dinner
party for which Salem Zonta
members were to hare been host
esses to Portland Zonta club Sat
The Salem club will meet for a
lirhcheon meeting today at the
Marlon hotel for the regular
meeting which was to have been
foregone in favor of the Satur
day night dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Brod
nansky are among the hosts of
the week having received a num
ber of friends at their home for
an evening of "BOO". Mrs. Ray
mond Nekuda, Mrs. Wenzel Sem
erad, Frank Nekuda and Frank
Sevick. Daughters of Mrs. Brod
nansky. Miss Mary, Helen and
Anne Brodnansky assisted in
serving a late supper. Guests in
cluded Mrs. Mary Cernik, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Nekuda, Mr. and
, Mrs. Anton Krepela, Mr. and Mrs.
TO TALK POULTBV
SILVERTON, Feb. 8. Charles
Brewster of the Hodgson-Brewster
Feed company of Portland will
be guest speaker at the Thursday
night vocational poultry class at
the Smith-Hughes building at 811
verton, George Isrealson reported
on return from Portland Tuesday
night. Mr. Brewster Is wall known
at Silverton, having been Judge at
the local poultry show a number
The poultry classes, arranged
chiefly for adults, hsve been ex
ceptionally popular this wmtec
and as many as 12 people have at
tended the class, held each Thurs
day at 7:30 p. m. Anyone Interest
ed Is Invited to come Thursday
and hear Mr. Brewster speak, an
nounces Warren Crabtree, local
Frank Sevick, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Calaba. Mr. and Mrs. Wentel Sem
erad, Charles Brodnansky, John
Nekuda, Lois Brodnansky and
Miss Mary, Miss Helen, Miss Anns
and Miss Adeline Brodnansky.
Daughters of Union War Veter
ans will entertain with a Lincoln's
day program at the Salem Wom
en's clubhouse Friday night.
Members of the various Salem pa
triotic organizations are being es
pecially invited for the evening
and the Interested public is -also
Invited to attend. The program
will be musical and will include
numbera by the Salem Symphony
orchestra, the American Legion
trio, Willamette university trio.
and William S. Levens will give
the address of the evening,
Hubbard Guests for dinner at
the Carl home Tuesday evening
were Mrs. Jennie Price of Co-
ouille. Mrs. Lillie Hartlg of Ban
don; Mr. and Mrs. John D. Carl
of Arago: Mr. Arthur Ellingsen
On Work of Home
TURNER, Feb. S. The Metho
dist Men's Brotherhood had srood
attendance Monday night at their
monthly meeting. Rev. H. 0.
Humphrey of Jason Leo Metho
dist church, Salem, spoke on "The
Christian Home, Its Influence and
Responsibilities." He showed the
handicap of the young who do not
have the proper home influence.
The program Included numbers
by the harmonica band: duet, Mrs.
I Hadley and Alrla Garner; duet.
Mrs. Anna Kunke and daughter
Joyce: duet. Ivan Hadley and son
Lowell: devotions led by A Ma
It was planned to prepare
special Easter feature, with F. O.
Gunning. H. S. Bond and J. i
Webb as the committee in charge.
Ernest Robinson and Walter Pe
terson were named to assist the
Cross - Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
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I ASTOR SCION AND BRIDE-TO-BE I
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Despite denials of the lady's family, reports persist that Donna Cristlans
Torlonia, daughter of Prince Torlonia of Boms, and John Jacob Astor Sd.
(both above) scion of America's famous financial family, win wad ia
April. Young Astor will coma into a $3,000,000 inheritance next Augvat
when he will have attained the age of XL His father. Colonel John Jacob
Astor, perished ia the Titanic disaster. Donna Torlonia is 20. She ia
aa outdoor girl, iilviding her time between Mew York, Palm Beach, Fla,
and fashionable foreUrn resorts.
Brides. Mrs. William Teath
wright of Yakima; Mr. and Mrs.
Irl Carl, Mrs. Marshall Dana, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter O. Carl, and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur M. Carl all of
Mrs. Price and Mrs. Hartlg will
spend the week with their sister.
Mrs. Ellen Carl. Assisting at the
Carl home were Mrs. George Lef
fler, Mrs. Ida Garland, and Mrs.
Mrs. W. O. Stacey, Jr., was spe
cial guest for the delightful bridge
luncheon with which Mrs. Karl
Beeke entertained her club at her
of Coquille, Mr.
W. A. Lett of borne Monday afternoon.
Health Clinic Hat
Big Day, With 51
AURORA. Feb. 8. Fifty-one
children presented themselves st
the health center Thursday for
examination; 24 of the number
were from the Aurora district, IS
from the Butterille district and
14 from Donald. Half at the Aur
ora children were turned away
but will return for examination
March S when an all-day clinic
will be held beginning at :S0.
Of the SI chCdraa examined
nine were found to be without
physical defects. Toxoid immun
isation, will be csaapleted and vac-
dnstleas will a given at the
March clinic Dr. Fred Burk of
Hubbard, exaailalig physician.
was assisted br Miss Neva Lyndes.
eosaty health nurse, and the local
staff, Mrs. A. L Strickland, Mrs
H. D. Evans, Mrs. P. J. Hunt, Mrs.
P. O. Ottoway, Mrs. M . H . Evans,
Mrs. W. P. Wurster, Mrs. John
Kraus and Mrs. James Ogle.
Clinics will be held monthly.
T IS FRDZB
PRATUM. Fab. I. Miss Dor-
yea Ross and Miss Jeanetta Scott
will give a violin and piano re
cital at the Methodist church Fri
Grain which was resowed sev
eral weeks ago is sprouted and
was probably killed daring Tue
day morning's cold weather, which
froze the ground deep enough to
kill at least part of the newly-
sows wheat. It wul probably be
necessary to sow a third time la
order to get a crop.
Already Under Way
By Local Farmers
HATESYILLB. Feb. B The
farmers are taking advantage of
the nice weather to re-eeed the
grain that was frozen. As yet it
is too early to tell much about
the strawberries, but it is
thought they are pretty badly
damaged. A new circulating li
brary has been established in
the school. It is the wish of the
teachers that more patrons would
take advantage of the privilege.
High School Group
At Monmouth Gets
School Speech Too
MONMOUTH. Feb. 8. Major
G. H. Behoof, chatauqua lecturer
and world traveler, appeared Mon
day morning at Monmouth high
school, speaking on his travels la
foreign lands, and displaying an
Interesting collection of rurs.
weapons, implements sad cos
tumes gathered in tar corners of
Threatened with tuberculosis
when a boy la Germany, the ma
jor said he made his way to
America and across the continent
to a sheep ranch in Montana,
where la the high, dry atmos
phere ha recovered his health. He
later went Into Canada and be
came a sergeant major of Alberta
mounted rangers and then to Af
rica and Mexico.
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Wllf CARD PRIZE8
FAIRFIELD Feb. 8. Prizes at
a benefit card party and dance
given by the H. E. club Saturday
were won by Mrs. Short and
Frank Felton, high score, and Miss
Vera Short and Frank Mahoney,
MRS. LAIS VERY ILL
HUBBARD. Feb. 8. Mrs. D,
Ta1 la verr 111 with a heart at
tack at her home la Hubbard.
Placed on Four
Bills signed by Governor Meier
8. B. S, by Upton relating to
incorporation of Episcopal
S. B. 29, by Woodward relat
ing to the time and manner of
holding school elections.
8. B. 53, by Hess relating to
time, place and notice of hearings
held by public utilities commls
g I oner.
H. B. 104, by Scott relating to
the acquisition of rights of way
for state highways.
The house late Wednesday
passed its Joint resolution 10 set-
Almost as elusive as her distin
guished husband, Mrs. Montagu
Norman, wife of the Governor of
the Bank of England, is pictured ia
a London street soon after her sur
prise marriage to the powerful
banker. Mrs. Norman is the for
mer Mrs. Priseilla Cecilia Maria
Worm thorn, rranddaurhter of the
Earl of Abingdon. She is S3, while
her husband is 61.
ting aside February 14. 1134, for
statewide observance of Ore
gon's TSth anniversary as a state.
The resolution provides thst the
official ceremonies take place at
Med ford and Jacksonville inas
much as these communities have
already started plans for the dia
mond anniversary of the state
and have issued thousands of in
vitations to the affair.
Kelty Says Mills
In Klamath Will
Have Larger Run
Eugene Kelty, publisher of the
Klamath Falls News and Herald,
gpent Wednesday in Salem, look
ing in at the legislature and
greeting friends. This is the quiet
season la Klamath basin, but Kel
ty states that lumber mills expect
a larger run of business this year
than last. Relief work is well
organised and the community win
weather the winter all right. May
or Mahoney is now functioning ss
mayor and the excitement that at
tended his election has quoted
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