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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morning. May 2V 1933
School .of Music f
I- An appealing recital has been
arranged for Wednesday night in
Waller hall at which time stu
dents from the school of music
ot Willamette university will be
The program begins at 8:15
o'clock and is open to the public.
Miss Ruth Ingrid Schreiber, pupil
of Frances Virginie Melton, is be
ing assisted by Maurice Dean,
fctndent In voice under Prof. Cam
eron Marshall. Miss Clara Wright
will be accompanist for Mr. Dean.
The program includes:
Bach-T-Bouree f rom 2nd English
Each Sarabande from th Eng
lish Suite. . -Schumann
C.'-.' '. VI '- Scherrino "" .'
- Ruth Iagrld Schreiber
' - ! -..: IL
Handel Wbere-e'er You Walk
- (from Semele).-
Balfe The 'Heart, Bowed Down
(from The Bohemian Girl).
Chopin Nocturne Opus 32. No. 1
Chopinl...Etude Opus 2S, No. 12
Debussy.. Gardens in the Rain
' Moszkowshi Malaguena
Ruth Ingrid Schreiber
Wagner To the Evening Star
Mendelssohn It is Enough (from
Orchestral part played by
Jefferson A group of friends
f athered at the, home of Mrs.
ulia Ann Vaughn on North Main
r.lreet Thursday evening in honor
U her daughter Flora's birthday
. anniversary. It was a complete
rjrprise party. At a late hour re
reshments were served to the
onor guest Miss Flora Vaughn,
: rs. Julia Vaughn, Miss Mary
onohue, - Miss. Anna Klampe,
. ::rs. R. A! Buchanan. Mrs. E. J.
Alexander, Mrs. R. W. Curl, Mrs.
little Reeves. Mrs Emma Whed
!ce, Mrs. H. E. Jones and daugh
ters', Geraldine and Shirley, Mrs.
Virl Case and daughters, Rita
Anna and Constance of Dever;
- r.nd the hostesses, Mrs. Paul
Kotthoff and Mrs. W. A. Kott
Clear Lake The Ladies Im
provement club met for an all
day meeting Wednesday and it
was announced at this meeting
that there will be one more meet
ing this season, May 24, before
the season closes. At this last
meeting plans will be made for
the annual picnic and all mem
bers are urged to be present.
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SOCIAL CALENDAR .
Tuesday, May S3
, Mother's day observed by Business and Professional
Women's elub with dinner and program at Marlon hotel;
'special music and program f Misses Breithanpt to present
flower arrangement talk. . , r:' '
Mrs. L. Slingman. 1040 South Liberty street, hostess
for circle of Spiritualist church; Mrs. Edith Scott of Eu
gene special guest; meeting at 8 .o'clock.
-'.CM Delta chapter of Delphlans with Mrs. E. V.
Wooten, 9:30 o'clock. -
' '-Chadwick chapter, Order of Eastern Star, guest of
Ada Chapter. Independence. .
. Salem Women's Press club with Mrs. E. Thomas;
dessert luncheon at 1:30 o'clock followed by card after
noon. -. . '
Sons of Union Veterans and Auxiliary at home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Perrine, 775 North Cottage street,
6:30 o'clock pot luck dinner. "
. Women's Council of First Christian church. In
church parlors. 2 o'clock. " -. . " "" j- ; .
r , Regular dinner meeting for B. and P. W, elub. Mar
lon hotel, g:30 o'clock. Mothers will be complimented. '
Wednesday, May 2 .
First Presbyterian Ladles Aid society, with Mrs.
Max Buren, 745 Court street, 2:30 o'clock. '
Progressive Health club, St. Paul's parish halL 8
Maccabee Thimble club, with Mrs. Myra Dot bob,
1109 Union street, 2 o'clock.
Thursday, May 25
Town and Gown elub at Lausanne hall, 2:30 o'clock.
Keixer Ladies Aid, all-day meeting with Mrs. Sey
U. S. Grant circle. Ladies of Grand Army of Repub
lic, armory af2 o'clock; business and social meeting.
South Salem W. C. T. U., 2:30 o'clock; Mrs. Necia
Buck, special speaker.
Friday, May 26
Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War, regular
meeting, 8 o'clock, .Women's clubhouse.
Unitarian Womens Alliance, 1 o'clock luncheon In
Emerson room of church; reservations with Miss Ethel
Fletcher or Mrs. F. A. Weil.
To Meet Friday
The Unitarian Women's Al
liance luncheon will be an event
of Friday at one o'clock in the
Emerson room of the church.
This is a postponed luncheon the
former date having been set for
the past Friday night.
Miss Ethel Fletcher and Mrs.
F. J. Goodenough are in charge
of arrangements. Mrs. Fred Alban
Weil or Miss Fletcher are receiv
ing reservations for. the luncheon.
Gervais Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Cutsforth were hosts for a three
table bridge party at their home
Thursday night. Prizes were giv
en Mr. and Mrs. K. Wilson. Re
freshments were served to Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc
Ilheny, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mac
Kenzie, all of Salem, and Dr. and
Mrs. A. B. Adkissom of Gervais
and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Cuts
forth. Monmouth The final meeting
for this year of the Social Hour
club was held at the home of the
Misses Maggie and Alice Butler.
Election of new officers Tesulted
on these being chosen, Mrs. Ho
mer Dodds, president; Mrs. J. F.
Santee. vice president; Mrs. Da
vid Riddell. secretary-treasurer,
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Pleasantdale. The , Aloha
Needle club met at the Owen Hol
liday home Thursday afternoon
and quilted for the hostess. Ten
members were present and Mrs.
Marlon Boulden was a guest. Mrs.
Holliday served refreshments,
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Mrs. Joseph! J. King of Port
land has been the house guest of
Mrs. Carey F. Martin for the past
3 for $JX
All Merchandise is
From Our Regular
Reduced --for This
Mrs. S. E. Coates
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Coates were '
hosts at their house Saturday i
night in compliment to the birth
day anniversary of Mrs. Coates.
Cards were in play at five tables
with winning scores at the end of
playing awarded to Mrs. Frank
Clark. Clifford Jones, Mrs. Henry
Wechter and George Grabenhoret.
Guests bidden for the evening
by Mr. and Mrs. Coates Included
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Clark. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Clark. Mr. and Mrs.
Orin Whitney, Mr. and Mrs.
George Grabenhorst. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Wechter. Mr?. J. M. Co
burn, Miss Evelyn Coburn.
Riverview The Thursday
Thimble club met at the home
of Mrs. James Rieley in Crab
tree Thursday, with Mrs. Ken
neth Coulard as Joint hostess.
Eighteen members were pres
ent. The day was spent !n tying
comforts, embroidering aprons,
crocheting and making sheets
and pillowcases for the hostesses.
The club will hold Its annual
husband banquet May 27th.
The rlub will meet at the
home of Mrs. Fred Sommer with
Miss Lucille Sommer as Joint
hostess June 1.
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Grand Island The Mothers'
Circle club was delightfully enter
tained Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Morton Tomp
kins. Mrs. Elsie Yaden was a
special guest. Final plans were
made for the school picnic to be
held on the school grounds the
last day of school, Tuesday, May
23. Games were enjoyed" under
the . direction of Mrs. Tompkins.
This was the last meeting of the
circie ro ne field until next fall.
SHIPLEY'S : :.
White Stocks Last
Miss Thelma McCullough was
the inspiration ' for a delightful
party Saturday evening at the
home of Miss Mabel Jacobson
with a group of friends of Miss
McCullough as hostesses".
The honor guest will leave soon
to make her home In Amity.. A
feature ot the Saturday party was
a shower of pretty farewell gifts.
An evening of cards waa conclud
ed with a late coffee hour. As
sisting In serving were Miss
Jacobson, Miss Melissa' Adsitt and
Miss Lucile Beechler.
Present In compliment to Miss
McCullough were Miss Nina Spur
lock, Miss. Cora Spurlock. Miss
Magda Jacobson, Mrs. La Verne
Bodney, Hiss Lucile Beechler,
Miss Melissa Adsitto and Miss
Mabel Jacobson. . . ....
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Woodbur'n. "MrT and : Mrs. A.
C. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Harris
Nelson who are leaving Woodburn
to .reside In Newberg, were hon
ored with a surprise party at the
George Jones residence, Thursday
night, with Mrs. Jones and Mrs.
Hartley LeFelvie as hostesses.
The Nelsons were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jones for dinner, after
which a group of friends called
to spend the evening. "Five hund
red was played with Mrs. H. W.
Bladorn and Claude Galen re
ceiving, high score, and the low
score going to Mrs. Harris Nelson
and Henry Miller.
Refreshments were served to
the following guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Brochmann, Dr. and
Mrs. H. W. Bladorn, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Freeburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Hovenden, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nel
son, Mr. and Mrs. hartley Le
Felvie, Mr. and Mrs. George Ball
webber, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Free
man. Mr. and Mrs." Ross Rider,
Wylas Freeman, Claude Galen and
Mr. and Mrs. George Jones.
Pioneer Woman's club visited
the blind school at Salem Wed
nesday. They left here about 9
o'clock and were gone for all day.
The pupils at the school gave an
Interesting program of songs, or
chestra numbers and readings.
Those who went from this club
were Mrs. G. McBee. Mrs. Frank
Dornbecker, Mrs. Chris, Mrs.
Frank, Mrs. Richard and Mrs.
Wil Domaschofsky, Mrs. L. Plum
mer, Mrs. M. Blodgett, Mrs. R.
Middleton. Mrs. Raider, Mrs. E.
Harris. Mrs. Geo. Cooper. Mrs.
Gus Curtiss and the EUendale
club was represented by Mrs. Ta
maris, Mrs. Forest and Mrs. Les
ter Martin, Mrs. Van Satin. Mrs.
Archey Brown, and Mar Armond
Hubbard Mrs. L. A. Bra
den entertained the members of
her bridge club Friday after
noon. The spacious rooms were
pretty with early summer flow
ers. Mrs. Elmer Stauffer and Mrs.
Julius Stauffer won high hon
ors. Present were Mesdames
Lester Will, Orlie Boje, Elmer
Stauffer. Albert Smith, Kenneth
Grim, Neva McKenzie, Hush
Wells. Waldo Brown, C. H. Clea
ver, JuliuB Stauffer, Anna Scholl.
and W. H. Monday.
Klngwood Mrs. D. H. GilH
land of West Salem was the in
spiration for a recent delightful
dinner party, when Mrs. Ray
mond Compton entertained, com
plimenting her natal day at her
home on Glen Creek road. Cov
ers were placed for the honor
guest, for Mrs. Burnett, Miss
Vivian Grant, Miss Elberta
Causey, Miss Betty Lee, the
hostess, Mrs. Compton and Jo
Special Prices n
Ace High Club
The final meeting of the year
for the Ace High elub waa ' an
event of Sunday night at Cole's
cafe. At this time a banquet waa
erred and this waa followed by
cards. Attractive . floral decora
tions added to the enjoyment of
Winning scores were held by
Mrs. LoreaV Howe and Lloyd Mil
ler. This was the last regular
meeting of the year for, the club
for this season.. but. it Is planned
that picnics and Informal "get-togethers-
will be enjoyed during
the summer, and in the fall or
ganisation will again be made.
Miss Charlotte La Due. and Miss
Florence Walker were, special
guests for the evening. : Members
include Mr. and Mrs. A E. Dll
man, Mr. and Mr. Lloyd. Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Howe, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Hendrle, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Wilbur. .Mr. anil Yfr
Arlo Davjj. and Mr. and Mrs!
Mill City Next to th
. mv iwavo Ul .
m Aim city women's -club waa
held Tuesdav -.
home of Mrs. A. I. Baker, with a!
majority of the members pres
ent.; The last - meeting la to be
held June at the home of Mrs.
Fred OHn and is to take the form
of a lawn party.
For the meeting Tuesday ev
ening the members had the
pleasure of hearing Mra. Hannah
B. Martin of Salem, atatn nr.
sentative. While Mrs. Martin In
ner talk touched upon the bank
ing laws, unemployment relief
measures, and hunger marches,
the chief part of her address waa
on the sales tax bill.
Mrs. C. J. Johnson nloaned
with a reading and short busl-
uess session was neid. after
which the hostess served an in.
Twenty-seven club members
were present. Complimented
guests were Mrs. Martin. Mrs.
MeVey. Miss Ethel Hlckev and
Miss Elsie Crall.
Independence Twenty ta
bles of bridge and "500" were In
play at the Eastern Star benefit
party Wednesday evening at the
Masonic hall. The party was In?
Denem or the carpet fund of 'the
ioage. winning honors were held
by Mrs. G. C. Skinner, Dorothy
Young. A. H. Dixon of Salem.
Mr. McKniKht of Dallaa and for
"500" W, C. Wood and Mrs. A.
Hostesses for the affair were .
Vm IT T VTTI1 1 1 x . f P
.u.o. xv. i.. wiiiiams, .miss uma
Belle Emmons, Miss Mary Don
aldson, Mrs. Melford Nelson. Mrs.
M. J. Butler. Mrs. W. C. Wood,
Mrs. Paul E. Robinson, Mrs. J.
N. Jones. Mrs. A. H. Dixon: from
Monmouth were Mrs. p. M.
Schweizer, Mrs. T. J. Edwards,
Mrs. Howard Morlan. Mrs. F. E.
Chambers. Mrs. Carl DeArmond,
Mrs. L. LInderman, Mrs. Rich
ard Van Den Bosch, Mrs. Fred
Hill, Mrs. O. A. Wolverton and
Mrs. James Gentle.
THE ARESS FAMILY, 7125
Things are looking up for
the Arens famfly: Mr. Arena' ,
new bottle-cap is selling fast
And out at the curb is the new'
Is there a thrill in that? The
boys and Mrs. Arens are both
keen as they can be about it.
Drive the Standard Plymouth
awhile and you forget it is priced .
as low as the lowest. '
Patented Floating Power en-EinenxMmtmgaendvibrationfor-
ever. Hydraulic brake are sure.
SOLO BY DODGE, DE SOTO
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Pineapple. No. 420 -B;
lam Wheeler -
.The Pineapple, that . 'popular
motif of Colonial art, can be
found In applique and patchwork
quilts aa well as in elaborate
quilting designs. Its decorative
possibilities Inspired this patch
work quilt in which the strips, in
contrasting materials, reproduce
the spiky character of the fruit.
Though made of a number of
pieces, the block is simple to do,
and makes a quilt pattern that is
among the handsomest of those
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Willamette Valley Flower
Show Discussed at Club
Teacher Bride-Elect is Complimented With
Attractive Party at Mill City
Brush College Edith Schrlber
of Salem, was principal speaker
of the afternoon when Mrs. Paul
Wallace and Mrs. Louis Singer
were hostesses to the Brush Col
lege Helpers at sightly "Wallace
Orchards,'" Thursday. Miss Schrl
ber is an enthusiast for the Wil
lamette valley flower show to be
given June 2, 3, 4 In Salem and
spoke on arrangement of flowers
for the show and stated that more
prizes will be given this year than
Other interesting numbers on
tho program were an old time
community sing led by Mrs. A. E.
Utcly, with Mrs. C. L. Blodgett
at the piano. Mrs. John Kipper,
Mrs Karl Harritt and Mrs. Harry
Bonney gave special numbers.
Mrs. Oliver Whitney, president,
appointed committees for the an
nual homecoming picnic in June:
Soliciting, Mrs. Fred Olsen, Mrs.
Mrs. Focht, Mrs. John Sehindler;
coffee. Mrs. Frank Rivet. Mrs.
N. PAULINA ST, CHICAGO, ILL,
safe. Bodies are big and roomy
and safety -steel construction.
See the Standard Plymouth.
See how Plymouth matches com
petition on price and beats them
on value. And remember . . .
is the lowest-priced 4-door six.
STANDARD PtYMOUTH SIX
lags. Small down
m ik Tenient terms ...
W Safety Glass, at
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AND CHXYSLE1 DEALERS
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that have comt down to us from
the early quilt-makers.
The pattera comes to yea
with complete simple Instructions
for cutting, sewing and finishing,
together with yardage chart, dia
gram of quilt to help arrange the
blocks for single and double bed
size, and a diagram, of block
which serves as a guide for plac
ing the patches and suggests con
Send lOe for a pattern for this
design to the Oregon Statesman
Needleeraft Dept.. 82 eighth Av
enue, New Yrk City.
Hairy Bonney and Mrs. John Kip
per; table, Mrs. Karl Harritt, Mrs.
Charles Glaze. Mrs. Charles Mc
Carter, Mrs. George Meier. Mrs.
Victor Olsen. Mrs. Ferdinand
Singer will be hostess for the
Mill City. Complimenting
Hilda Favor, whose wedding is to
be an event' of early summer,
Mrs. W. W. Mason was hostess at
a dinner party recently. Miss Fav
or has been employed as a teach
er In the local schools for several
years. Seated at the table were
Miss Favor, Bonnie Haack, Mrs.
Harold Ladd. Mrs. H. M. Aspln
wall, Mrs. Vivian Albert. Melba
Miller. Mildred Noweomh Rnth
Holt, Virginia Thompson and Mil- j
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THE OAKES FAMILY, 9 W. 11ELR
Margaret OAXXS is learn
ing to drive. She'll want
Plymouth. The heavy car makes
Mrs. Oakes nervous. Sie likes
Plymouth', too. But Mr. Oakes
drives to his office. Plymouth
gets him around faster and easier.
Question: Who gets the car?
U doesn't take long to convert
"heavy car owner to the
De Luxe Plymouth. It's the big
gest six in the low-priced field."
Free Wheefing is one thrilL
Floating Power smoothness, is".
DtLmxtPljmmASix, Pmr-DtrS4dmL.ll2mci spsWovaei575F.O&
ptriaouni at aarun sBOTOts mium
Manama A. dinner la honor of
Mrs. Claire Phillips' birthday was
given at the homo oft Mrs. Millie
Monro Thursday sight by Mrs.
Rlllie Wllsoa and' Mrs.' Monroe.
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Phillips and small daugh
ter, Beverley Ann. Ailc Boy In g
ton. Jessie Moe, Beulah Ottinger.
Keith Phillips, Maurico Cothres.
Wava Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Phillips. Harry Monroe, Russell
and Erclll Wilson and Ara Purser.
The women of the Willing Work
ers surprised Mrs. Phillips with a
handkerchief shower aV her home
aa she returned from the dinner.
Present were Mrs. Ledcerwood.
f Wilson, Monroe. Dickson. Teeters,
wagner, Blum, Moe and Miss Ot
, A farewell party was given Cor
nelia. Jack and Bert Card well at
their home Thursday night by the
young people. Cardwell's are
planning to move to Wyoming
very shortly. Present were Alice
Boylngton. Harry Monroe, Rusaall
and Erclll Wilson. Jessie Moe,
Aleen Boylngton. Wilbur Jory,
Gladys Blum, Genevieve Wsgner,
Dorothy Job nson.
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ValaeU. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Heydon entertained with a three-table-
bridge party Thuridsy .
night.-' Enjoying the party were:
Mrs. Harrold Wells. Mr, and Mrs.
Amos Denoo. Mrs. Fred Davis.
Mrs. Martin Rudy, Mrs. Jim Dod-
son.-Mrs. Doug Grout. Mrs.. Bert
Babb. Mra. George March. Mrs.
Walter Raymond, Mrs. M. E. Ray
mond. Waconda Members of the Wa-
con da community club met Wed
nesday at the home of Mrs. Pete
KJenskl. Work on a quilt to be
donated to the Elks for charity,
occupied the time. Mrs. Rosa
Cole presided in the absence of
Mrs. Van O. Kelly. During the
business session plans were made
for the annual picnic at Silverton
park June 18.
25 ounces for2Sf
Use onry half as mvck
eu Is rq wired of som
OSE STn CHEVY CHASE, MD.
-another. Transmission is U1 si
lent andr automatic clutch it
only $8 extra. Springs never need
oiling . ; . valves go 30,000 miles
.without grinding . . . windshields
are Duplate Safety plate glass.
"Plymouth .has the edge on
-other sixes in 30 places 1 It would
be smart to see it today I
DE LUXE PLYMOUTH SIX
ing Power engine
terms... low dc-
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