The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 09, 1933, Page 5, Image 5

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salerno Ortgoru Tuesday Morning. May 9,
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Society News and Club
Aff
airs
OUVX M. DOAK, Society 2itor
' Mrs. Join t Catkin
' Heads D.A.R.
As Regent
Mrs. John H. Carkin was eleet-
Od to the ; regency of ChemeVeta
1 chapter of the Daughters ot the
American ReTolutlon in its annual
meeting held in the auditorium of
the city library Monday afternoon.
Airs. Cark In succeeds Mrs. H. T.
Love who has Just; completed a
. successf ul year.
Other officers elected Include
Urs. John W. Harbison, Tice re-
sent: Mrs. W. G. Johnson, chap
lain; Mrs. Louis Griffith, record-
ing secretary; Mrs.; C. C. Best,
corresponding, secretary; Mrs. H.
i 7. Ostlind, treasnrer; Mrs. J. E.
Sibley, historian; Mrs. V. E. New-
f comb, registrar; Mrs. 3. L. Min
ora, uorarian; airs, u. V. uer,
musician; Mrs. C C. Clark, par
limantarlan: and Mrs. r. W. Set-
s. tlemelr. to the board ot directors.
At this meeting a, social after
noon was planned for members of
cthe chapter' at the home of Mrs.
John H. Carkin for May 23.
In compliment to the library
Mrs. O. G. Clark presented in be
, half of the chapter an American
flag. Mrs. W. F. Fargo gave an in
teresting history ot the memorial
elm tree planted in "Willson park
by Chemeketa chapter. Plans had
i been made to have this memorial
service In the park bat because ot
weather conditions it was held in
the library.
As D. A. R. participation in Mu-
' ale Week Mrs. C. C. Geer, musi
. ciaa. had arranged a program of
" chorus numbers. One hundred
children from Leslie Junior high
school made up the chorus under
the direction ot Miss Gretchen
Kraemer. Enthusiastic praise was
given the chorus from the cbap-
. ter members.
Installation of officers will! be
a held in June at the home of Mrs
- Seymour Jones. This Is an annual
. affair at the country borne or. Mrs
Jones, one anticipated by the
Daughters.
' Aurora Music week was ob
served In Aurora at the Presbyter
lan church Sunday night. Beside
the especially good music the
choir had prepared Rev. Graflous
spoke on the place music takes In
character development ana unris
tlsn living. The Woman's club has
made Its contribution to good mu
sic and the Pythian Sisters will
, observe the national week at their
next regular meeting.
Guests for dinner Sunday with
r Mr. and Mrs. Vernor M. Sackett
1510 South Winter street, were
' Rev. 1 R. Snauldlng of Hood
' River, and Mrs. Charles Swan of
Newberg. Both were here to at
tend the AlbertrSpaulding nup
tials Saturday night.
! I Pattern
SOCIAL CALENDAR
Tuesday, May 9
Past President's club of Women's Relief Corps, with
Mrs.. Sarah Peterson. West Wilson street; all-day quilt
ing; covered dish luncheon at noon.
Mrs. Alton D. Hurley, hostess to Junior Guild of
St. Paul's Episcopal church at her home, 1321 North
lth street, covered dish luncheon, on 'dock.
Salem Arts League, chamber ot commerce rooms.
8:15 o'clock; special program, annual meeting and elec
tion ot officers.
Alpha Phi Alpha Mothers club with Mrs. Carl Gregg
Doner.
Sons of Union Veterans and Auxiliary, regular
meeting in Women's elub house.
Association for Childhood Education. 1:4 o'clock
in music room of Garfield school.
Credit Women's Breakfast club. 7 o'clock, Marion
hotel; H. R. Crawford, speaker.
Social afternoon club of Eastern Star, meeting in
Masonie temple; short program and social hour.
Board of Directors of T. W. C. A 19 o'clock; all .
directors urged to be present.
Girl Reserves program for Music Week, .4 o'clock
in Parrlsh Junior high school, parents and friends In
vited. State school for blind. Music Week program, 8:00
o'clock in school auditorium on South High street.
Progressive Health club; St. Paul's parish house,
8 o'clock.
P. L. E. and F. club, card afternoon at K. P. hall;
cards in play at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. C. A. Parks bible class, at her home, 158
' Chemeketa street, 2 o'clock.
Mrs. Carle Abrams, hostess to Tomarco class of
First M. E. church,, at her home, 1547 Chemeketa
street. 2:30 o'clock.
Wednesday, May 10
Women's Foreign Missionary society of First Meth
odist church. 2:15 o'clock in church; celebration of
48th organisation .anniversary.
Women's Home Missionary society of Jason Lee
church with Mrs. P. L. Frazier, 745 North Capitol
street.
Women's Missionary society of First Presbyterian
church, 2 : S 0 o'clock, in church parlors.
Parent-Teachers association at high school, 8:00
o'clock; election of officers; excellent program.
Women's Home Missionary society with Miss Faith
Pridy, 435 North Summer street; mite box opening.
Thursday, May 11
Willing Workers class, with Mrs. Curtis Cole, river
road; those desiring transportation be at church 1:30
o'clock.
Nile club entertains Nydla temple. Portland, with
luncheon and afternoon of cards at 'Masonic temple;
luncheon, 12:30 o'clock.
Women and girls of Knight Memorial church, plan
ning Mother's and Daughter's banquet in social room
of church, 6 o'clock; reservations with Miss Mary Eyre,
Mrs. Edwards or Mrs. Balnard.
Friday, May 12
Three Links club Mother's day program, no host
luncheon at one o'clock; all Rebekahs invited to attend
and bring a mother with them.
Daughters of Veterans, 8 o'clock, Women's club
house. Women of the Neighbors ot Woodcraft, hostess for
social evening of dancing at Fraternal temple.
Northwest Division of Ladles Aid of Presbyterian
church, spring birthday party at home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Linfoot, 360 Falk avenue; 7:30 o'clock; public
invited.
Women's Missionary society of First Baptist church,
.with Mrs. E. A. McAdams, 245 North Church street.
2:30 o'clock.
Mother's and Daughter's banquet, sponsored by
Women's council of First Christian church, 6:30 o'clock
in church dining room. For reservations call Mrs. Guy
Drill.
Saturday, May IS
' Chemeketan dance; Dr. O. A. Downs and Miss Dor
othy M. Taylor, committee in charge.
Executive board of B. & P. W. club, 7:30 o'clock
with Miss Ruth Moore.
Dancing Party is
Pretty Weekend
CT'U: Affair
Miss Eloieo Wright eatertaiaed
at her home Saturday night with
an attractive dancing party for
which members of Kappa Delta
alumnae were hostesses. ' v
The guest rooms where dane
ing was enjoyed until a late hoar
were attractively arranged with
many bowls ot spring flowers.
Cards were in play at several
tables. A. midnight sapper con
cluded the informal evening.
Guests included Miss Florian
Hrmbets. Hasel Ptaillippt, Wilms
Ceursey, Harriett StlmmeU, Edna
Preseott. Elolse Wright. Lola
Riggs. Dr. and Mrs. Elmer John
son, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Uets,
Dr. Louis ScholL William Ashby,
Ralph SrupprelL Eniil Hamel.
Boh Ford. William Smith and
Kenneth Brown.
Arrangements Made
To Honor Mothers
Plans have now been complet
ed for the combined Junior weekend-Mother's
day celebration to
be held on the campus of the
included Miss Margaret Steven- I University of Oregon May It, 13,
son. Miss Helen Hank Miss 14
. The campus luncheon, to be
held on Friday from noon to
2:30. will be enlivened with sev
eral features. Friars, senior hon-
Betrothal is Told
At Large Guest
Dinner Party
The betrothal of Miss Dorothy
! Rose, president of the Alshl Pal
Alpha sorority, and Irwin Smith
of Portland, was made known at
an attractive guest dinner Satur
day night at thesorority home on
North Summer street.
The announcement was made
at the dessert course when small
Jean Bar ham passed tiny May
basket favors to the guests and
in each basket among the flowers
were the names of the betrothed
couple. While th baskets were
being presented. Miss Bernic
Richman sang MAt Dawning.
The table was arranged with
flowers and tapers In n color
scheme ot orehld and yellow,
house colors.
Special guests for this dinner
Estel Chancy. Miss Viola Barker,
miss Helen Rose. Miss Betty Mo-
uonaia. Miss Margarita Huggins.
Miss Mildred Huggins. Miss Dor-
otBy Arms. Miss Beatrice Abel. I or society lor men, ana Mortar
Miss Marjorie Wilkerson, Miss
Ann Knight, Miss Ardella
Schreiber, Miss Mary Brooks.
Miss Carol Jordan. Miss Alls
Fairelough. Miss Mary Roberta,
I Miss Marjorie Parbarry and Miss
Vivian Widmer.
Miss Rose Is s senior in Wll-
Board, senior women's society,
will file about in caps and gowns
"tapping" those seniors selected
for membership In these groups.
The university band will play and
other entertainment will be offer
ed. Queen Margaret I, Miss Mar
garet Wagner of Salem, will also
j PATCHWORK QUILT PATTERN T
lamette university and is major-1 be crowned queen of Junior week
ing In mathematics. Her home Is I end at this time. 1
in Portland. No date was set for I A baseball game, a tennis court
the marriage. . . I dance and a tea for the mothers
will all be events on the program
fnr tK. afttrnnnn Th annn&l
High School P. T. A. M0LebrI !.!,!
JrlanS ODeCial Meet Court for the evening.
I Saturday morning at 8 o'clock
An exceptional program has I the Oregon Mother's executive
been prepared for the Parent-1 committee will meet, and the
Teachers association meeting at freshmen will arise at this hour
the High eehoel Wednesday ev- nd Put the huge "O" on Skin-
enlng. May 10th, at eight o'clock. aer'B Butte. At 9 o'clock the
One of the main features will freshmen and sophomores will
be the presentation of the for- have their annual tug-of-war
estry program that has beea n. across the mfll race, and from 10
ried on throughout the tat an, to 12 a water carnival, with
ing the past seven years by the 1 awimmlng, fancy diving, canoe
state, federal mil nri-wmt- r... I tilting and water polo will be
try Interests. George E. Griffith Mothers will also hold ft
of the publie relations depart- ma, ae"ng at 10 o'cock to
ment of the TJ. S. forest ser- transact business,
vice, Portland, win be assisted Saturday evening from 6:30 to
by W. V. Fuller of the state for- S:S0 tke annnal Mother s Day
ester's offlee. in carrying out the baut wia held and prepar-
evenlng's entertainment. Mr t,M to. take care of more than
Griffith Is not only a forester KC B80tnr nd msny sons
but s speaker of note, having ap nd auatera have been made.
pesrea oeiore many gatherings in vuv iuo '
the northwest including a sea- coirful and unusual events ot
son on the Chautauqua circuit He th yer' wlM uke nlce on the
will give the address of the even- bUtorlc m1 ra at 8:30 p. m.
Ing. In addition, there, win Sunday morning the newly
presented a number of reels 1 elected executive committee of
motion pictures, all r tfem rr I the Oregon Mothers will meet and
gon scenes. Thr tnrtn. .. I &t 11 o'clock all churches will
coast highway, forest and forest 8014 apeclal Mother's day services
fire scenes, as well as rttAn I Each 11 ring organisation will hon
Musie, high school quartet. Bill I or mothers at dinner on this day
juason. pasi Ffikti Tr.nmm a...
age and Delbert Aadram
Program will be follow Miiqi ' WMlr I IKcArvAH
election of officers. .
At institutions
One ot the attractive devel
opments of mull week this year
Is the interest whieh is being tak
Tulip Wreath No. 413. by
Laura Wheeler. A wreath design
has been a favorite with quilt
makers for generations. The de
sign ranged from a simple
wreath ot a few flowers to ela
borate arrangements of the flow
ers, buds and leaves of one kind
of flower or ot a collection of
flowers. This simple tulip wreath
is decorative and easy to do at
the same time. The material used
for the flowers is repeated in the
corners of the block while strips
of plain material give a lattice
effect to the quilt. The wreaths
could be need on other things be
sides a quilt, the separate sprays
easily lending themselves to
adaptation.
This design is easy to make
because the pattern includes com
plete simple instructions tor cut
ting, sewing and finishing, yard'
age chart, diagram ot full alse
quilt to help arrange the blocks
for single and double bed site,
diagram of block which serves
as a guide for placing the
patches and suggests contracting
materials, and clearly outlined
drawing of the patch pieces.
Send 10c for a pattern for this
design to The Oregon Statesman
Needlecraft Dept.. 82 Etghth
Ave.. New York City.
Hadley Puxcha&ci r
Dayton ReiUurant
From J. WdwfieltJ
FVAJU?rt)ALE, May I.
Gerald Hadley has mad ft deal
whereby he became owner of the
Daytoq restaurant business which
for the last also months has been
conducted by Mr, and Mrs. James
Wakefield.
Mr. and Mrs. SUaa Johnson ot
Dayton, are moving into the
George Foster farm home that
was recently vacated by William
Skooner aad children.
A Mother's and Daughter's has.
quet is being sponsored by the
Women's council of the First
Christian church Friday sreaiag
at 6:30 o'clock ta the church din.
ing room.
To make reservations call Mrs.
Guy Drill at the church study. An
excellent program ta helag prepared.
Y.W.C.A. Musical
Benefit Program
The T. W. C A. will sponsor
the first annual benefit program
in which the musie pupils ot Prls
cttla Melslnger will be presented
to the public
The entertainment is scheduled
for May 16 at Waller hall and
should be of particular Interest to
those who are fond of the Ha
waiian and Spanish guitar, man
dolin and banjo.
The entire evening promises to
be different, delightful and of an
entertaining nature.
The entertainment will consist
of solos on the guitars, mandolins
and banjo besides various com
binations ot these Instruments In
duets, trios, quartets and orches
tras. These numbers will be se
lected from the five clubs known
ss the Silver Stringed orchestra.
Killma club, Rebekah orchestra.
Begtnnera and Advanced Guitar
clubs which will combine la an
ensemble finale of 52 instruments
The enthusiasm and growth ot
this nartleular phase of the T. W
C A. has become quite marked
from ' ft small beginning in Sep
tember until that ot the present
two active clubs. The enrollment
has reached a total ot 76 mem
bers in the various musical clubs
Eightieth Birthday
Celebrated
Mra. Ellis Batson entertained
in compliment to the 80th birth
day of her mother, Mrs. Frances
Hautead, Sunday afternoon. A
Seth Parker idea was carried out
in the entertainment. Special
masle was presented by Mrs. C C.
Geer and Miss Ruth Geer and
Mrs. A. A Harmes.
Old autograph albums were
passed about for the interest et
the guests and to the other auto
graphs there the guests ot Sundsy
added congratulations and per-
sonel thoughts in compliment to
Mrs. Halstead.
Guests in honor of Mrs. Hal-
stead Included Mrs. Stolhelse.
Mrs. Templeton. Mrs. Sanders.
Mrs. Bobb. Mrs. Peterson, Mrs.
Roberts, Mrs. Lowman, Mrs. Mar
shall, Mrs. Harms. Mrs. Kook.
Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Geer. Miss
Ruth Geer. Miss Jean Templeton,
Elsie and Raymond Kook. Mar
jorle Peterson, Lucile Harms and
Hona and Vernlta Batson. grand'
daughters ot Mrs. Halstead.
A shower ot attractive sifts
was presented the honor guest.
Nile Club is
since the opening registration last Nycl ja Temple Guests
Aurora Women's Club Benefit
Proves Successful Affair
Pythian Sisters Convention for District 1 1 is
Held in Independence
Aurora The Aurora Women's
club held one of its successful
benefit "500" parties Fridsy night
at the office of the Molalla Elec
tric company to raise funds to
help finance the tennis court
which the Woman's club and oth
er organizations are sponsoring.
Twenty tables were in play. Prizes
were captured by Mrs. F. O. Otto-
way, Miss Nina Kitts, Mrs. Stanley
Pillette, Stanley Plllette U. Eiler
and Chester Gllbreath. A table of
trophies won by Mrs. W. H. Steph
ens, who was state tennis cham
pion tor ft number of years, and
who is now a member of the
Woman's club, was on display.
The committee appointed by
Mrs. Strickland to work with the
entire membership of the club for
the. success of the undertaking
were Mrs. Loran Giesy, Mrs. M. H.
Evans, Mrs. E. E. Bradtl, Mrs. TJ.
Eiler, Mrs. W. Grim, Mrs. Ben
Stoner and Mrs. George Ehlen.
This party will be followed by
others in behalf of the tennis
court.
Monmouth Mrs. B. F. Butler
and her mother, Mrs. W. J. Mul
key, were hostesses Wednesday to
the Social Hour elub at the Butler
home. Colorful tulips were used
about the rooms. The program:
"Living Conditions Today and
Fifty Tears Ago." was In charge
of Maggie and Alice Butler, who
spoke on the topic. Cassie Stump,
another Monmouth pioneer, read
excerpts from Isabella Scott Dun-
iway's pioneer hook. A. J. Whtte
aker was featured with old time,
violin masle, to which a skit of
pioneer time dancing was charm
ingly performed.
Gervais. Sixty-five members ot
the Woodbum and Silverton chap
ters were guests ot Gervais chap
ter, o. B. S., at its meeting Fridsy
night.
After the lodge work was com-
held Thursday. Delegates and re- Guitar duet. Mr. Bain bridge and
presentatives were present from Mr. Ashbaugh; reading. Kretn
Portland, North Plains, Dallas. Fae Ashbaugh: reading. Mrs.
Corvallts, Oregon City, Hubbard, Mary Ashbaugh; piano solo. lone
Ilolyoke, Colorado and Welcome, Turner; skit, "Waiting for the
Maine. Train," Mrs. Pearl Stevens, Mrs.
Grand honors were given to Viola Henning and Mrs. Clara
10 of the sisters: Susie Parmen- Jones. Mrs. Claire Ellsworth la
ter, Hester Hogan, Pearl Kinser, worthy matron.
coble De Lesninasaa. Rmi Ym.!
rington. Minnie RHat. Hmi tti
lenback and Mabel ErteVann WaI. Btayton The Women's club
fall.
An unusual fact collected with
the work has been the wide range
ot interests. The age limit has
been as low as eight years to sev
eral adults past middle age In life.
Seventy-five per cent ot the mem-
The Nile club of Salem, will en
tertain for Nydia temple of Port
land st its regular meeting Thurs
day afternoon in Masonic temple.
Luncheon will be served at 12:20
o'clock end this will be followed
en in presenting programs at the .""j n ! Jlf S 7 aa afternoon of cards
make a serious study of musical T, ..
Carrie Toung, oldest past matron, !
was elected an honorary life
member.
Independence The Third
Annual Convention of the Pyth
ian bisiers, district no. 11 was
various state institutions.
The first of the series was giv
en Monday night by Mrs. Clif
ford Mndd, assisted by Mrs. Clar
ence Bowes, violinist, and Mrs.
Alleen Bremmer, 'cellist. This
program was given at the Old
People's home much to their
great satisfaction.
Tonisht Prof. R. W. Hans Salts
will direct the Salem Symphony I AlluriniZ
orchestra 1c a program at the I
Oregon state hospital. Assisting
on this progrsm will bo Mrs. W.
J. MInklewlU. vocalist, and the
Salem Civic chorus directed by
Prof. E. W. Hobson
A second program ot Tuesday
night will be that to be present
ed at the state tuberculosis hos
pital under the direction of Mrs
Earl Pearcy. The program will
bo given by the Vaady Vlllians
Steel Guitar trio. Hobert Smith,
director; and Arbutus Radio, vo
calist,
A program which had to be
cancelled was planned for the
girls' Industrial school. Sunday
for the first time during Masle
Week's history In Salem a must
instruments or had any knowl
edge ot note reading.
Rehearsals will be held Mon-
dsy and Thursday at T. W. C. A.
and Saturday at 2 o'clock in Wal
ler hall.
It is expected that about 16
guests. Including the queen et
Nydla temple, will be in attend
ance at this affair.
Music Programs
Music week programs are well
under way and thos presented
as Introductions presage well tor
the success ot the week. Tonight
an unusually attractive and in
teresting program will be pre
sented at the state school for
the blind with ft large number of
out ot town talent assisting. This
program is open to the public
An Interesting program is al-i
so Deiag sponsored inis atier-
noon at 4 o'clock at Parrlsh Jun
ior high school by Girl Reserves
In comnllment to parents and
friends.
Mrs. Carle Abrams, and Mrs.
Vs?5i
POYDSER
SAME PRICE
cal program was presented at the I Marr Boeschea will bo Joint host
Oregon state prison. Mrs. W. B. I esses tor the Tomarco class oi tne
T"; 'I"" accompanied Thy Mrs. Norbv and I i7 Rooder and Ons KlempeL
p, "ulTn"' clnIano selections br Roaells Ball A program has also been
- u. u. u US I. i ti.i " Uliiiii tit Mi Kr.n tnlnfnf
Silverton Mrc. Bert Day
and Mrs. Clarence Simmons were
Br ANNE ADAMS
Every little girl Is going to
want it. . . tor it's the most ador
able frock to wear to parties
when one must be "all dressed
up." With the pattern Is ft step- hostesses st the home ot the
by-step dressmaking lesson to former Friday afternoon at an in
ebow clearly how to fashion the terestlnr party for the pleasure
4 i cunning neckband, shonlder rnf- 0f the Loyal Guards of the He-
fles, adorable puffs and tucked thodlst church. The group voted
hemline. so that mother, auntie to hold a. food aale at the Gen-
or cousin won't have the least bit oral Electric store next Saturday,
of trouble making it. The aheer and decided to cooperate with the
cottons such as dimity, swiss, or- Missionary society in bringing
gandio or lawn would be Just the I Mrs. Necia Buck ot the W. C. T.
' thing. And bloomers are included, I tj. to Silverton to speak In June
.too.
Pattern 2551 may bo ordered
only In sixes 2, 4, 6. 8 snd 10. Slse
. 4 requires 3 yards 36 inch fab
ric. Illustrated step-by-step aew-
lnr instructions included with
pattern.;
lowing the rf Thursd.y slternooVwith Mrs. Anderson had charge of arrang- First Methodist church at the Ab-
congss ?h. .ddreeo? we W N- tkl. program which Included ram. hom Vm .mk.U -treeU
come bTqueel WooTwa. gl'en Mrs. Ulen Reynold, a. host- JLfteraoo be"!" t 2:30
with ;n.l L m.. ewes. la keeping with musis week directed by Prof. B. W. Hob- o'clock.
Members of the Alpha Phi Al
pha sorority are planning a tea
for 8unday afternoon at the sor
ority home complimenting mem
bers ot the Mother's elub.
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TO GIVE UP
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aiodals tar tla larrar fifora aad
pataa at daUsktfal Joaiar and Ud
dla atrlaa. Levaly Dararia, sad :
aataary aatUraa. toa. Frtoa at eata
a& fiftaaa easts, aataloc aad pa.
tar togathar, tvaaiy-Ci eents.
Aditata all aull -ardars to Tha
Oraroa Statoamaa Pattara Dapart
maat. S4I W. 171k stoaat Kaw
' Tark alty. ifc r j -
The group will ask other
churches in the city to cooperate
with it In this program.
Present were Mrs. B. Morri
son. Mrs. rrang kudos, mrs.
John Gehrke. Mrs. Lester Green,
Mrs. E. Barker, Mrs. Lewis Mel-
br. Mrs. A. F. Blackerny, Mrs.
Georgo Isrealson, Mrs. George
Lamb. Mrs. C. J. Han, urs.
Georgo Bowman. Mrs. P. W.
Nofskor, Mrs. M. Toots, Mrs. W.
Graham. Mrs. B. C. Ferguson,
Mm. Clarence Simmons, Mrs.
ao - Frlnk. Mrs. Edson Corn-
stock, Mrs. George Brewer. Mrs.
H. Neagli, Mrs. Arthur wiiuama.
and the hostesses.
e -e
- Woodbum Tho Past Ma
trons club ot Evergreen chapter
Order of Eastern Star has elected
these officers: Mrs. Mabel Settle
meier, : president; Mrs. Myrtle
Gill, re-elected Ties president
Miss Ella" Lytlei 'seci;etary. Mrs.
and Teresa BeltcL nnnila of Sis. planned for the
ter Mercedes. Bettv Korlnsk aiull scbool. This wul bo given nn-
Leonn Burmester put on their 1 dor the direction ot Dr. A. F. do-
Mickey and Minnie Mouse num-1 Leapinasse, and tho dste will be
ber. I announced later.
Tne institution programs are
not onen ta the nubile.
Dayton Nineteen members eil
noon. Mrs. James Ogle was an as- lf "on unnstian sauroa mis-1 Delu Phi Mothers club met at
Blatant nnata t ..i biviwj vini uun w iwm- om raaiaanes or sara. Lm. Lb. lawi
art a M-t-a!3i M"r monthly meeting held Thurs-1 for Its rernlar maetlnr. Mrs. Laws
Ti tiinn h .1.1 ntu. I mvwuvwji m a, wutm iuis. i wil UIIIUA IT urs. JOBS W. Ut-
ment, dean ot musie and Virginia "arbert, Willard-s kom rich. At tho tan hour Miss Francos Ufr Look Brighter Since Sh
Ware, head of the vocal depart. E!8.1"' VQ&k- I1 L Miss The TJlriAss- Took T-dU E. Pfakham'.
D. D. M. of R. respectfully after
Oregon City had been chosen as
the city for the 1034 convention.
a a
1!rA1a WAmanM 1
. , vt) v v uuiftu a i
club met at the home of Mrs.
George Ehlen Wednesday after-1
ment of Llnfield collere
guest artists, and charmed their
auaience with their numbers. Mrs.
George Francis accompanied by I
tionals and Mrs. Herman Louis
had charge of the lesson.
Margaret Nots of Portland gave "rvais Mr. ana Mrs. w. m.
tva mi Tr,i. I Cannard were heads of tho oom-
Earl Cobum conducted tho devo-1 sisted In serving. Mrs, A. L. Llnd-
beck was an additional guest for
this meeting. Members present In
cluded Mrs. A. L. Dark, Mrs. R. H.
Scott, Mrs. O. W. Emmons. Mrs.
Fred Alban Well. Mrs. A. M.I
Vesetabl Compound
Dr. Mary C. Rowland ot Salem I m,"f cTf of thoeard par-1 chapman, Mrs. L. R. Hageman.
ira a rfirt.fni w .tv I ty givea Bunaay ugns sy Bsorea I Mrs. J. w. Ulrtclu Mrs. Ross W.
hlbited beautiful block prUaofl ?X Baheoek. Mrs. M. C. Fladley. Mrs.
ner own deslnlnr. and I y " u u. viemenw aars. w. sa. una.
wrourht lewelrr. she w. P1 Ior w m Mrs. A. Oehler. Mrs. Loo M. TJV-
panled by Mrs. W. T. Farra. also -.00 ' "."" Mmsoman. 1 rich, aad Mrs. Gordon Black.
ot Salem. Tho program was pro- I0? uo
s.ntedhy the chatSan of mu5t 2S.
mts. e. c BUier, sad tho chair-1 ,T ' '
a a di
-see
Hubbard Tulips were effec
tively combined with apple blos
soms to make ft lovely setting for
tho auction bridge party tor
which Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith
were hosts at their horns Satur
day night.
High scores vers worn by Mrs.
present. Firs csw members join- Herbert Cleaver, and Mrs. Waldo
ed. Mrs. J. Lawrence, Mrs. NeUia Brows: Elmer Stanffer, and Dr.
Haynes. Mrs. John Gersn. Miss Fred Burks. Miss Mildred Smith
Mary Moberg snd Miss Dora and Mrs. Elmer Stanff or assisted
Geren. M 4,:e r .1 tho hostess in serving,
man of art, Mrs. B. BradtL The
hostesses served ' dainty , rsfrsah-
menu to ons of tho largest gath
erings ox ue year. .
.see
Scotts Mills The R. N. A. club
met Friday t tho homo of Mrs.
Ada Geren. Mrs. Dortha Telfer sn-
tenamiag. Twenty-seven were
Separate
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For Mother's Day j
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could hardly walk. I was about ready
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helD this medicine can s5vs youw Get ft
hntil from mr nearest dmc Store
famwiati.Tak. tt wgularfy accord-
tnc to direcuons.
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This should bt your
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Start your day with
delicious Post Toastlei
a a a and you start It right!
It works wonders with early
morning dispositions a bowlful
of these big; crisp, golden-brown
flakes i i j so gay aad tempting in
cool milk or cream;
And if you want to start the day
in an especially happy frame ot
mind just try PostToasties with
fruit or berries!
Yoo pet more than this tenant
ing delicious flavor, too. You get
energy quick energy from
every bowlful of these tempting
toasted hearts of corn:
Try Post Toasties for break
fast tomorrow. Serve it at home
or order it at the restaurant. A
product of General Foods.
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