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Th; OREGON STATESMAN, SaWm, Oregon. Thursday Morning, March SO, 1S33
: Farewell Dinner is
.'Jtfra. Mildred Waters, who Is
t:avln shortly to make her home
it California after seTeral years
i.pent in the motor rehicie depart-
l-vent of the secreury of state's
office, was the inspiration for a
v alarming dinner party Tuesday
might at the Bohemian. Gayiy
'toned place cards suggestire of
Rprlnfr marked corers for SI peo
ple. Bowls arranged with daffo
dils and fern and green and yel
low tapers completed a lovely
At the close of dinner amid ex
pressions of appreciations from
: her feltaw staff members, Mrs.
Waters was presented with a fare
well token from the department.
Present were Mrs. Waters,
guest of honor and Miss Alene
Phillips. Miss Audra Wlnship,
Miss Viola Lottia, Miss Ruth Cole.
Miss ViTian Leffingwell. Miss Do
rath Manning, Miss Velna Gil
liam, Miss Mardette Heenan, Miss
Lena Cherrington, Miss Wilma
Giese, Miss Trances Feller, Miss
Elaine Steingrube. Miss Elisabeth
Schotthofer, Miss Lena Cox, Miss
Uasel Harper, Miss Pauline Eyer
ly, Miss Bernlce Humphreys. Miss
Esther Erickson, MIbs Velma Rp
minger. Miss Cleo Walker, Miss
Marguerite Crossen, Miss Ruby
Weiderkehr. Miss Edith Libby.
Miss Cora Randle, Miss Viola Mo-
riarty. Miss Leolyn Barnett, Mlssj
Irene uraaiora, mjs snjru dui-
fhardt, Miss Rosena Kerber, Miss
Dorothy Bjork. Mlss Mildred Mul-
l:ey, Miss Rose Peterson, Miss
Uuda Quartme, Miss Grace Quack-
rnbush, Miss Hester Hlllpot, Miss
-Kathryn Reinhart, Miss Louise
" Bryan, Miss LaVern Kantner,
:Jlss Cora Talklagton, Miss Cora
fhrapp, Miss Mary Chadwick,
Mrs. Lila Bier, Mrs. Ruth Mont-
p -.ornery, Mrs. Charlotte Fake. Mrs.
Martha Bergman, Mrs. Sam Burk-
.iart, Mrs. Lily Vaughn, Mrs. Lot-
l"3 Robbins. Mrs. May Moores and
T rs. M. G. Klttredge.
Cards and Jigsaw
Members of the student body
(.1 Capital Business college will
eatertain this evening with a card
?d jigsaw social evening in the
r.uditorium of the college. Spring
(lowers are being used for a dec-
ratlve note for the guest room
r nd will also be used for the serv
General arrangements are in
charge of H. H. Clement, presi
dent of the student body. He is
being assisted by a committee on
arrangements. Miss Mildred Kiss
ling, John H. Farrar, Miss Jean
Woodard, H. A. Leeper and J.
Richard Renttro; entertainment,
Miss Colene Mennis, Mrs. Ruth
Norris, Paul Forrette; refresh
ments. Miss Winifred Rowland,
Miss Mabel Jacobsen, Miss Mar
r caret Marsland, Miss Helen Hol
' ford and Harry Erickson.
Nancy Thielsen Will
t Direct Broadcast
Miss Nancy Thielsen of Salem
will direct the Albany college
"Polyphonic choir in its third radio
concert at 11:30 o'clock Saturday
v over station KOIN. This concert is
. one of the six college concerts
sponsored by the Portland Coun-
ell of Churches during Lent.
, ij Numbers will include Cherubim
- Song (Bortnyanski), Hymn to the
-.Trinity (Gretchaninotf), Gallia
' .'(Gounod), Victory (Alsatian Eas
ter . carol arranged by Harvey
iGaul), Christ is Risen (Kapoly-
' off). Legend (Tehaikovski) ; Mor
ning Hymn (Henschel).
i' Lincoln. An interesting' affair
of Sunday was the joint birthday
dinner given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Gust Heyden of Salem in
honor of Mr. Heyden, whose birth
day was 28, his two daughters,
. Mrs. H. J. Neiger of Lincoln and
Mrs. Paul Fuhrer of Salem, whose
birthdays were March 27 and 23,
- -and a granddaughter, Miss Helen
i Neiger of Lincoln; whose birthday
,was March 22.
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OLIVE M. DoAX,
Skinner-Bennett Nuptials Pretty
Ceremony at Independence Home
Odd Fellows- and Rebekaha at Jefferson are
Jointly Feted; old Timers Gather
Independence. Alice, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Skinner,
was united in marriage to Dr.
Iran Bennett, son of Rev. and Mrs.
Charles Bennett of Lebanon, at
the home of the bride's parents,
Sunday at 2 o'clock.
Miss Ruth Bedford of Salem
played a piano solo, after which
she accompanied Mrs. M. J. But
ler, who sang, "Beloved, It Is
Morn." Miss Bedford played the
The bride entered on the arm
of her father, to meet the groom
before an improvised altar -in a
double bay window - gorgeously
decked with huckleberry green,
yellow forsythla and daffodils, and
at each end were plaeed tall can
delabra which burned yellow ta
pers. Here the couple were pro
nounced man and wife in an im
pressive ceremony read by the
groom's father, Rev. Charles Ben
nett. The bride was charmingly dress
ed in a gray traveling suit, trim
med with gray fur, and carried
A reception followed the cere
mony, and in tne dining room,
which was attractively decorated
in white and yellow, a luncheon
was served. At the table on which
were tall yellow tapers and a cen
terpiece of plum blossoms, Mrs.
Joe Smith, Mrs. O. D. Butler and
Mrs. J. W. Smith poured, and Miss
Eleanor Calbreath, Miss Doris
Krieg, Mrs. Wayne Mack, Mrs. El
sie Bolt, Mrs. Ivan DeArmond,
Mrs. M. B. Butler and Mrs. Clar
ence Harwood served.
Guests included Rev. and Mrs.
Charles Bennett of Lebanon, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Smith of Suver. Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Mack. Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Smith of Suver, Mr.
and Mrs. Clareuce Harwood, Dr.
and Mrs. M. J. Butler, Dr. and Mrs.
George Knott, Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Wal
ker, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Walker,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tallent of Cor-
vailis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cra
ven. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Mix, Mr.
and Mrs. Ivan DeArmond of Suver,
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mort, Mrs.
Frederick Krief?. Mrs. O. D. But-
, Mrs. Doris ' Riddell of Mon-
mouth, Mrs. Elsie Bolt, Miss Dor
is Krieg, Miss Eleanor Calbreath,
Miss Ruth Bedford of Salem, Miss
Dora Hall of Monmouth, Miss Nel
lie Dale Sneed of Marshfield, little
Alice Elaine Smith and Gae Payne,
and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Skinner. The young couple left
shortly after the reception for a
wedding trip to Portland. They
will reside here at the corner of
C and Second streets.
Waldo Hills. Mrs. Edson Com'
stock had invited members of the
Silverton Methodist choir to her
home Monday night for a practice
and social hour, so great was the
surprise of Fred Baker when the
party proved to be a surprise for
him and his wife on their 13th
wedding anniversary. J. B. Alfred
in behalf of the choir presented
the honor guests with a large,
lovely pewter pitcher.
Mr. Baker is director of the M
E. church concert orchestra.
Independence The Sigma The-
ta chapter of Delphians met at
the home of Mrs. A. B. Robinson
Monday to study French opera.
with Mrs. R. D. Elliott directing
the entire lesson. Mrs. R. D. Elli
ott and Mrs. E. M. Wunder played
a piano duet; Mrs. Elliott played
a piano solo; Mrs. Robinson show
ed several pictures of main scenes
from operas, and Mrs. Hoag told
of the assassination of Abraham
Lincoln as told her by an eye wit
ness of the tragedy.
Woodburn. The St. Paul's
Episcopal Guild met at the home
of Mrs. John Nolan Tuesday af
ternoon, March 28, Mrs. H. L.
Gill, president, presiding. Mrs.
Frank Wolfe had charge of the
devotional. The hostess was as
sisted by the Misses Carol and Ro
ma Kallak. The next meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. H. M.
Austin April 11.
Special Advertising Sale
Preaent this advertisement and 99 cents and receive one $1.00
box of May Qneea Face Powder, one 1.00 bottle May Queen
Exquisite Perfume, a $2.00 Genuine Rock Crystal Necklace strung
on silrer-flnlsh chain and TWO PAIRS of LADIES' 8O0 needle
chiffon $1.00 HOSE. Remember, yon get 2 PAIRS f hosiery. If
yon cannot come, send someone to onr store Thursday and leave
9c and your set will be laid aside.
Present This Ad
POSITIVELY SO SETS SOLD AFTER CLOSE OF SALE
SHOULD ORDINARILY SELL FOR $6.00
Opera House Phasrnaacy
Court and High Streets '
. Special Advertising
Woodburn. Mrs. Frank Aicher
entertained with a birthday din
ner Sunday for Joseph Aicher, who
celebrated his 70th birthday. Cov
en were placed for Mr. and. Mrs.
William Harts and family of Scio,
Mrs. Augusta Nlerring, Sr., of
Portland, Joseph Theis. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Aicher, and the guest
of honor, Joseph Aicher.
In the afternoon about 60
friends gathered and the time was
spent at cards and later lunch was
served by Mrs. Aicher, assisted by
Mrs. Fred Reiner, Jr., Mrs. Arista
Nendel, Mrs. Fred Eder, Mrs
Frank Addelman, Mrs. Sebastian
Aicher, Miaa Clara Eder and Miss
Woodburn A Urge attendance
was present at the silver tea given
by the women of the Methodist
Episcopal church Tuesday after
noon as a benefit for the Ladies'
Aid society. Mrs. G. H. Alden of
Salem told of her trip to the orient
and exhibited many curioa and
costumes. Peter Larson sang a
solo, accompanied by Miss Nelma
Saylor, and Miss Marybelle Adams
gave two piano numbers, one com
posed by her grandmother, Mrs.
Carrie B. Adams of Portland.
Mrs. Florence Goulet and Mrs.
Carrie Young presided at the tea
urns and Miss Beatrice Brown and
Miss Lois Swissler assisted with
Turner. Victoria chapter No.
76, Order of Eastern Star of Tur
ner, was hostess Wednesday for
a hard times party and dance in
the Masonic temple in compliment
to members of Acacia chapter of
Stayton. Special guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Peebles, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Schaffer, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Stelner, Mr. and Mrs.
Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ball,
Mr. and Mrs. William Ball, James
Erwin and Baxter Fletcher. Spe
cial program numbers were given
by Marjorle and Dorothy Tucker,
Bobby Jones, Jessie Jones and
Mary Kelly. A kitchen shower was
observed in honor of Mrs. Jessie
Jones whose home was recently
destroyed by fire.
Jefferson Members of the Odd
Fellows and Rebekah lodges en
joyed a party Saturday night in
the lodge rooms. A short program
included numbers by the Ren Ash-
ford family orchestra; songs by
Bertha Dillon and Maude Durfee;
piano solo, Beverly Wells, and a
reading by Russell Miller.
Brush College. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Himmel were hosts at an
all-day meeting of the "Jolly Old
Timers club" at their rural. home
here Sunday. A special feature
was the potluck dinner served at
. . .
All members of the Past Ma
trons club are requested to be at
the home of Mrs. Ida Godfrey by
7:30 o'clock Friday night. It is
especially important that dinner
be served at that hour. The host
ess committee included Mrs. M. C
Petteys, Mrs. Rose Pratt, Mrs.
Rose Babcock and Mrs. Monnie
Genuine Supplies.' guaranteed
"OVER I. W. "DOC" LEWIS
Pkone 6800 21 -V Liberty
10 A. M. to
4 P. M.
TWO PAIRS OF
PERFECT QUALITY FRENCH HEEL
$2.00 Genuine Rock Crystal Necklace
Strung on Silver-Finish non-tarnishinj?
Sale - g
April 15 W.
Tha committee , on - arrange
ments for tha music contest which
la scheduled for April IS at tha
chamber of commerce rooms be
ginning at 7 o'clock urge . all
teachers of music to enter stu
dents at once. The last data for
such entry will ba April 1. Tha
blanks may b procured from El
ma Waller, head of tha committee.
This la a new departure in the
musical life of Salem which la be
ing sponsored by the Salem Music
Teachers association and in which
any teacher of Salem may enter
students, whether or not they are
The purpose Is to give an imme
diate objective to the student; to
stimulate aa artistic attainment
through competition, and to give
the atudeot an opportunity to eval
uate himself by contrast la com
petition. , . v
Much enthusiastic Interest Is
being demonstrated. The program
will include ' piano solo work,
hymn playing, violin and voice
North Salem W. C. T. U. Is
much interested In the silver med
al contest which it is sponsoring
Friday night at 7:30 o'clock In
the Englewood United Brethren
church at 17th and Nebraska
streets. Those who have entered
the contest Include Mrs. Charles
Fessenden, Mrs. Lena Lisle, Mrs.
Ruth Toose, Mrs. Arthur Brown,
Mrs. Lydla Lehman and Mrs. L. D.
Waterman. A program of readings
and music will intersperse the
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MILLER'S WILL OFFER THE MOST
DELIGHTFUL FASHIONS OF THE
SEASON TONIGHT AT THE SHOW !
FASHIONS TO SUIT EVERY WHIM
OR FANCY - -
SPORTSWEAR, AFTERNOON, EVENING
in all the Sparkle and Dash of a Glorious Season
The annual observation of the
hers of tha Enctaitis clan was ob
served Tuesday sight at tha Mar
Tha table appointments Indi
cated tha scope of Interests dis
cussed with the arrangement of
small atlas alternated with spring
flowers aa a central decorative
The address of the evening was
presented by C. .A. Sprague who
outlined la interesting manner
the rise of women In the baslnesa
world. program of musie and
dancing added to the enjoyment
of the evening, the numbers pre
sented by Pauline Zoe Chambers,
Eugene Sewell, dancers, and Mar
tha Floor, Mrs. Darlow Johnson,
Priacllia Melslnger and Albert
Garrett, musical numbers! Mrs.
Agnes Emmel acted as toast mis
tress. Covers were placed for about
40 members and guests. Guests
included Effie Grimee, Margaret
Townsend, Beth Nowland. Mrs.
F. L. Utter, Aaona Welch, Eli
sabeth Gallaher, Thelma Young.
Mabel Eastridge, Mrs. Darlow
Johnson, and Mrs. Priscilla Mels
rnger. Noted Speaker Will
Talk on World Peace
Noted national -lecturer, Fred
erick Libby, will be presented to
night at the First Methodist
church by the National Council
for Prevention of War committee
of Salem, at 7:30 o'clock. This
meeting is open to the public.
His talk is expected to be much
more than ordinarily interesting
because since his last visit in Sa
lem he has attended the Geneva
peace conference sessions and has
made a more extensive study of
the present world peace problems.
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. - SOCIAL CALENDAR
Thursday, March SO
Monthly W. C. T. U.. meeting of South Salem In
Leslie church . parlors: Mrs. Hannah Martin speaker;
special music planned.
- . .- West Salen Foreign Missionary society, 1 o'elock
with Mrs. C. lb Dark, I7i Edge water street.
Maecabee Thimble club, with Mrs. Elisabeth Tay
lor, 121 North lth street; guests to bring sewing work;
finished or unfinished.
Past Guardians of Neighbors of Woodcraft, Silver
Bell circle, with Mrs. Myrtle Walker, 129 North fifth
Frederick Libby, speak on subject of world peace
at Methodist church, 7: SO o'elock; epea to public.
Friday, March 31
Past Matrons club of Order of Eastern Star, reg
ular meeting at home of Mrs. Ida Godfrey; 7:30 o'clock
dinner and business meeting to follow.
North Salem W. C. T. U., matron's silver medal
contest, 7:30 o'clock in Englewood United Brethera
church, 17th and Nebraska streets.
Annual Children's program Y. M. C. A. under lead
ership of Mrs. C. A. Kella; high, school and junior high
school children participating.
All Neighbors of Silver Bell circle. No. 43 requested
for regular meeting, 7:30 o'clock; district convention
delegates to be nominated.
Circle of First Spiritualist, with Mrs. Sliugmau,
1040 South Llbefy street.
Tea and euilfbdisplay at. home of Mrs. Dan Fry, Sr.,
hours 2:30 to 6 o'clock.
Saturday, April l
Chemeketa chapter, D. A. R. to meet in Dallas for
regular monthly meeting.
He will lecture in the morning
at the high school, at noon before
the Lions club, at night for the
dinner meeting of the Fraternus
club and then for the public at
7:30 o'clock in the Methodist
A unique benefit is being plan
ned for Friday afternoon between
the hours of 2:30 and 6 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Dan Fry, Sr.
At least 25 choice quilts made by
Mrs. Fry, Mrs. Kitty Graver, and
Miss Priscilla Fry, will be on dis
play about the lovely rooms of the
home. Any Interested woman is
asked to call. A sliver tea is be
ing served and the funds from
this will go to the benefit of the
First Congregational church.
The Junior Neighbors of Wood
craft meeting has been postponed
until April 7.
on page 10
Mary Ebu McKay .
Hat Birthday Rarr
Six 'years have ticked off for
little Miss Mary Lou lilcKay and
this event was celebrated with a
gay birthday party at the horn of
her . parents Moaday: with bar
mother, Mrs. Douglas, McKay, a
Aa at teroaoa of games and fan
was enjoyed and thea tha pretty "
birthday tea was served with
spring flowers and a festive cake
for decoratlone.and favors tor fun.
Guests la eomallmaat to Miss
Mary Lou lacladed Patsy Varley.
Murray WaAa, -Tr.. iauxa. May
Hose. Elinor la riftif Utpn, Jimmy
Phillips, Medeieie wifcane, Sarah
Ana Ohling, ICwBathVaiaier, Bet
ty Scott and Shirley. McKay.
We are Participating- in
the Style Show at
the Ebinore theatre
tonight at 8:30
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how it stands ftard service.
Lorraine uoderthls are tru
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