The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 19, 1933, Page 7, Image 7

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INviTATIONg through the press
ar being extended friends ot
Salem DeMolsy chapter to At
tend the benefit "500" and auc
tion bridge party for which it will
I. boat Thsrsdar nigat in the
orial rooms of Masonic temple.
Formal invitations are toeing ex
tended the Eastern Star, Order of
tuinbow and U Maeonts organ
izations. It is expected that the
ffalr will be one ot the largest
of the spring social affairs la Ma
0nic circles.
The committee in charge which
includes Charles Emeries, Albert
Boardman, Harry Mohr and Del
Tin Durham, are taking charge ot
reservations which are being made
br the table or individually.
A program has been arranged
4nd will include Tiolln numbers
by Dalbert Jepsen. rocal solos by
Maynard McKlnley, and a com
edy skit by Harold Jepsen and
orman Sumners.
Playing will begin at 3:3ft
o'clock. Mrs. O. A. Olson has
charge of the tables.
A beautiful Valentine recital
consisting of piano solos, duets,
and ensemble numbers was siren
at the Roberts' Studio Wednes
day erening by pupils of Prof.
and Mrs. Roberts. The first part
of the program was siren by the
Dunning pupils of Mrs. T. 8.
Roberts, one of the outstanding
numbers being the two-piano
piece played by four little girls.
Kathleen Broer, youthful vio
linist, assisted on the program
Valentine rerresnments were
nerved by some of the advanced
students.
Those appearing Wednesday
evening were Rebekah Putnam,
Iiarld Putnam, Miriam Becke,
Janette Wleder, Mary Elizabeth
Patterson, Patricia Waters, Nera
ramp, Nancy Jean Strickliu, Eli
zabeth Lewis, Dorothy Butte,
EI anor Aspinwall.
A program by another group
will be siren In the neer future.
A pretty bridge afternoon ot
Thursday was that tor which
MMs Lorena Leboli and Miss
Nadine Linn were Joint hostesses
at the home of Mrs. R. H. Bal
lard. At the tea hour Mrs. Bal
lard assisted the hostesses in
serving. Mrs. Flelda Johnson and
MUa :rac McCoy held winning
8 ores for the afternoon.
Mrs. Dorothy Perrine of Rose
hurg whe has been a guest in
Salem this past week, was com
plimented with an informal Val
entine tea at the home of Mrs.
Harry Ross with Mrs. Ross and
Mrs. Kate Smith as hostesses
Thursday.
Mrs. Cal Patton was a special
guest for the attractive bridge
luncheon for which Mrs. 0. A.
Olson was hostess at her home
Friday in eompliment ; to mem
bers of her club. Mrs. TJ. S. Page
held the winning score for cards.
iSOCIAICAUiNlR
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ions!? f ?H b.ool
" Irani uiS:lf r tuat: 4aress by
' nlar SnU DIpWBI' l9eUoa lrs and rsg
i ttt "ernoon program at city library.
erofLi9-.!0 fIeaf" f Mr Mrs. Isaiah Bee-
J 1 U90 treet tettog Slit wedding annl
- rvrsary. , ,
uia-J!1 i Sto" Auxiliary 'l Fraternal temple:
Sidney Qeorge will deliver address ot evening. "mp"'
' John KJTi lz m
John ClWord 1585 Fscry strseti T;30 o'clock.
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V Tuesday, February Ml -
f C. i. U. to hall at Ferry tad
South Commercial street. V .
lodge, 151 North Capitol street,
..JW of First Christian church at
ehurch. a o'clock; all -women urged to attend.
American War Mothers, covered dish dinner; Cold
Star Mathers special guests; Valentine affair. ll:ts
o clock, American Lutheran church. Program te follow.
vt 5v' B aad r ub card Prt7 t K. P. hall, til
North Commercial street.
Wednesday, February it
West Way club ot Woman's Benefit association,
with Mrs. Basel Newgeat, West Salem; night meeting.
Leslie Can Do class with Mrs. Mason Bishop. It 51
South Commercial street.
Washington Colonial tea. Ladies Guild of American
Lutheran ehurch, hostesses, in church parlors, from t
to 5 o'clock; heirlooms will be on display; all who wish
te dress in colonial eoBtume asked to do so.
Presbyterian Aid society, church parlors. ti9
o'clock; Mrs. R. T. Bo a is, chairman of hostess commit
tee; program and social hour.
Thursday, February it
Technocrscy forum, eity library, T:tO o'clock j any
one interested welcome; John Clifford leader.
Town and Gown club at Lausanne hall. 8:3ft o'clock.
Friday, February Si
Junior Guild of St. Paul's church, card afternoon
at home of Mrs. Wallace Carson.
Daughters of Veterans at Women's alubhoase, reg
ular meeting, g o'clock.
Faculty Women's club with Mrs. Carl Gregg Don
er, 828 South 12th street, 2:80 o'clock.
Mrs. Milton Steiner entertained
for members of her club in Port
land Saturday afternoon. Those
motoring down for the pretty
bridge luncheon Included Mrs.
Wallace Carson, Mrs. Wolcott
Buren, Mrs. WHlard Marshall,
Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, Mrs. Rex
Adolph, Mrs. Jerald Backstrand,
Mrs. Frank Chapman, Mrs. John
Caughell, Jr., Mrs. Kenneth Pow
er, Mrs. Frank Deckebach Jr
Mrs. George Weller, Mrs. Don
Prltchett and Mrs. Vrn Miller.
The regular business and social
meeting: will be enjoyed by mem
bers of the Rebekah lodge Mon
day night at the hall. Thomas Mc
Leod. Gas Erickson and James
Smith will be in charge of enter
tainment numbers and the social
hour which will follow the busi
ness meeting.
The Writer's section . of the
Salem Arts league will be guests
at Willamette lodge, home ot
Mrs. Claudius Thayer, for the
February meeting to be held
Tuesday night.
Miss Mildred Martin entertain
ed at her home Thursday night
for members of the F. ET. club. At
the business meeting plans were
made for a play which will be pre
sented soon and which is being
coached by Miss Wilda Flee nor.
The late supper menu was a gay
suggestion ot St Valentine's day.
There were It in attendance at
this meeting.
Miss Lena May Dotson and
Miss Mable Dotson will be among
those to motor to Portland Mon
day night to hear the program
being presented by the world
famed pianist, Rachmaninoff.
Officers Named
PorW.B.A:-ri;;.;.
Officers were"" kslane4r by the
Woman's Benefit- association - at
the Women's clubhouse Thursd.iv
night, Mrs. Julia V. Ward, stale
naia - , director, addressed ,.thel
group as a special-visiter.- Mrs.
Florence Casement acted as In
stalling officer. r
Taklag office were Mrs, Ler-
osa HIU. president:.. Mrs. Avis
Perrine. viee-president: Mrs. Blair
Smith, -treasurer: Mrs. : Mrrtt
Johnson, secretary; , Mrs. Ethel
Hammana, recording . secretary;
Mrs. Bessie Boehrtnger. past pres
ident; A1U Scott, ehaplaia; Ba-
enei Eppere, lady of. ceremony;
Bertha Smart, sergeant: Aria Per
rine. press coTTesnondentLHasel
Newgent, musician; F 1 o r o a o e
Casement and Mabel Hammond,
eolozhearers; Agnes Colonborg,
outer hostess; Anna Borkmaa, in
ner hostess: Mar Hampshire. Miss
America; Mrs. Shumaker, Miss
N. b. A.; Mrs. Maplethorp, offi
cer of the day; standard bearers.
Mrs. Berry and Mrs. Carroa; cap
tain display guard. Jennie Miller;
president or. west Way club. Arts
Perrine.
Aa interestinf program follow
ed the installation. Tap dancing,
muslo and a reading were given
by Bob Smith, Patricia Smith and
Mrs. Wayne Greenwood.
An attractive event of the week
was the birthday party observed
at the Old People's home Thurs
day afternoon. This Is a regular
quarterly tea observed at the
home. It proved to be one of the
prettiest of such recent events.
Three birthday eakes were served,
a pink one for January, a red one
for February and green for
March. Each member ot the horns
whose birthday comes within
these three months invited special
gaests tor the tea hours between
three and five o'clock. A program
given by members of the home
was gracefully complimented by
musical numbers sung by Miss
Eleanor Moore, Mrs. N. P. Gill
man was In charge ot the affair.
Mrs. Josephiae Eriksoa, Mrs.
Helen McLeod, Mrs. Anna Hun
saker, and Miss Etta Smith en
tertained the Past Noble Grand's
club Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Eriksoa. Present were Sara
Hatton, Etta Hodge. Amy Mills,
Louise King, Blanche Saunders,
Edith MeElroy, Gertrude Kirk
patrlek. Bertha Wolfe, Eva Mar
tin, Florence Shields, Dora Hill,
Christina Cladek, Lenora Kriesel,
Eugenie Siegmund, and new mem
bers, Selma Gram, Ethel McClay,
and Myrtle McClay. Visitors were
Lore McGee and Sally Curtis.
Miss Marjorie Sanders enter
tained the graduation class and
teachers of the Oregon School
ot Beauty culture at the home
MRS. ROOSEVELT
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RS. SARAH DELANO
ROOSEVELT, mother
of President-elect Roosevelt.
will not find her affiliation
with the White House a nov
elty. Her family is getting
used to being connected with
that edifice.
ot her parents Tuesday night.
The erening was spent playing
cards after which a waffle sup
per was serred. Those Inrited
were Mr. and Mrs. -James Gor
den, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Payne,
Miss Clara Jane Harms, Pearl
Anderson, Clara Burson, Agnes
Bradfleld, Dorothy and Kathar
ine Janette, Happy Spies, Ellea
Ray, Dorthy Tucker, Mable Fow
ler, lola Bronson, Anita Snell-
grore and Lena May Payne.
Mrs. 0. J. Atwood of Seattle,
returned to her home yesterday
after baring risked the past
week with her sisters, Mrs. F. L.
Utter, and Alma Pohle and her
brother, W. F. Pohle.
Mr. and Mis. Loren Howe will
entertain for members of the
Ace High club at their home this
erening with a supper party fol
lowed by eards.
Miss Hendrickson
MUs. nelrn 7ans Hendrleksoa.
daughter of Mr and 'Mrs:' John
Hendrickson became the bride ot
William Savage 01 :Yaneouvef7 B.'
u-. aia very ziuiat cersmonv la
the rectory ot St Joseph's church
Wednesday evening at v .tt 19
e'cloekv Her.; Father- Buck officiated.,-,.
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MlssConsuela Mollne of Port
land attended the bride as brides
maid, ancT Henry Hendriekson.
brother ot the bride, acted as best
man for Mr. Savage.
The bride wore a . beautiful
gcrwn of water blue lace with tur
ban and jacket to match. Her
corsage was ot Talisman roses and
rreesias. Miss Molina wore a gown
of. pale yellow crepe with turban
and Jacket to match. Her corsage
was ot Talisman rosea alone.
Following the ceremony a re
ception wss held at the homo of
the bride's parents after which
Mr. and Mrs. Savage left tor a
short trip in which they will visit
Portland aad ML Hood.
They will re turn to Salem for
a short visit before leavlag for
Vancouver where they will make
their home.
Wedding Anniversary
Is Observed
Lieutenant and Mrs. Walter
Lansing entertained with a din
ner party at their hoaa Friday
night complimenting their lfth
wedding anniversary. Aa ea Joy-
isle evening was spent ta con
versation. Tho invited guests were Mr,
and Mrs. Wm. Levens. Dr. and
Mrs. I. N. 8anders and Mr. and
Mrs. George Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Swift
of McMinnville win be Sunday vis
itors at the W. J. Stow home. Mrs.
Stow plans to return to McMlnn-
rille with the guests Sunday eve
ning and visit there for this next
week.
A benefit card party which is
being planned for Tuesday is that
for which members of the P.L.E.
and F. club will be hostesses st
the K. P. halL
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Toevs were
recent hosts tor an attractive St.
Valentine card evening. Mrs. Al
bert Cox held winning score for
cards.
Shaw The sewing circle met
Wednesday afternoon at the
school house for the regular sew
ing routine. Those present were
Mrs. Leo Oier, Mrs. Joseph
Horsch, Mrs. Joseph Grubenhotf,
Mrs. John Hlenert. Mrs. Martin
Wessler, Mrs. Mary Schmitt. Mrs.
Edward Amort, Mrs. Peter Klten,
Mrs. Charles Nannaman and Mrs.
Andrew Fieber.
MISS SMITH
TiLONDE and
Valentine Parties p
Held by Children i -In
Rural Schools
WALDO HILLS. Feb. II
Valentine day was celebrated at
Evergreen school with a Vale- ,
tlae box. Following this tho 4-H
Cooking club under tho leader
ship of Mrs. Hsrold Roof served , J
refreshments. At Center View, ?
games " were played, tho ' box
opened and Miss Edna Good
kaecht. the teacher, served homo
made candy.
The Waldo Hills card club met
Wednesdsy. night at the club
house. Three tables of 100 vera
in play. Karl Haberly holding
high score.
beautiful,
Hits Dorothy Smith is
proving that the is also intel
ligent and studious juet to
disprove the old adage.
Woods Get 90 Days;
Paroled to Ferrey
DALLAS, Feb. 18. Judge Ar
ils G. Walker sentenced Ross,
Clinton and Leo Wood to serve
90 days in the county Jail Friday
and then paroled the trio on the.
condition that they leave Polk
county within a week and never
return. The Wood family had been
found guilty last Wednesday on
a charge of assault and battery
after a trial lasting two days.
They were also placed on proba
tion for a two-year period to At
torney Martin Ferry ot Salem.
Cougars Wary But
Bobcats are Victims
Of Camp Hunters
DETROIT, Feb. It Lou and
Jake Myers who have bean hunt
ing cougars in the Detroit area
report that the weather condi
tions are nen-tavorable for cou
gar hunting although they have
bagged eeveral bob-eats. William
Harlan, camp foreman tor tho
Hammond Lumber Co. has also
killed eeveral tlae eats.
A big turkey feed was gives
te the pupils ot the grade school
here by their teacher. Miss An ens
Small tor the maintenance of
good conduct throughout the
month of January. Valentines
were distributed.
6-Cent St Patrick
Show Plan of Band
Mrs. Edward Sovick
Reported Very Sick
SILVERTON, Feb. 18 Friends
here have received word of the
serious Illness of Mrs. Edward So
Tlck who is in China. Rer. and
Mrs. Sorick were at one time in
charge of Immanuel church here.
No hope was held out for her re
corery. The message also stated
that the family would not return
to the states and that Mrs. So
rick's wish is to remain in the Orient.
HUBBARD, Feb. 18 The Hub
bard community band will giro a
six-cent show in March. The en
trance price is flTe cents and the
exit will be one cent. The ad
rance ticket sales will begin the
first week in March, the show be
ing the annual St. Patrick pro
gram by the band.
The guild is sponsoring a play,
"Aaron Slick From Pumpkin
Creek." which will be glren March
4. The proceeds will be nsed to
purchase hymn books for the
church.
ESCAPES SF.RIOC9 INJURY
LINCOLN. Feb. 19 A serious
accident was narrowly arerted
when a bolt which had crystalixed
gare way letting the heary block
and tackle used la painting smoke
stacks fall on George Boyd, in
flicting painful lacerations to the
top of his head end his back. Mr.
Boyd has a contract tor painting
smoke stacks for the Spauldlag
lumber mills of Salem where he
was working at the time of the
accident.
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