The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 06, 1933, Page 5, Image 5

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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morn! ncr, J one 6, 1933
Society News and Glub Affairs
.Olive M. Doak, Society ftftior
Pretty j Party is
Compliment to
Bride -Elect
Mrs. William E. Pennington
entertained at bet home Monday
night complimenting Miss Dor-
thy Taylor, her niece, who will
become be bride of Dennis Patch
June 9.
An Informal evening was spent
."and before the late supper hour
a shower of miscellaneous pre
iiuptial gifts were presented Miss
Taylor. Mrs. Pennington was as-
- listed In serving by. Miss Gladys
" Taylor. !
Bidden in compliment to Miss
Taylor, were Miss Helen Brelt
liaupt. Miss Loreta Varley, Miss
Koberta Varley, Miss E d w y n a
Eroadbent, Miss Marjorie O'Dell,
Miss Margaret Townsend. ' Mrs.
.Margaret Dumas, Mrs. Willard
fja IKuacha, Mrs. Donald Taylor, Mrs.
Harold Pest, Mrs. Ronald Craven.
Miss Anna Lankey, Miss E f f i e
r Crimea, Miss Dorothy Rose, Miss
Velleda Ohmart, Miss Muriel
whltA. Miss Ruth Schreiber. Miss
Gladys Taylor; Miss Hazel Shutt
and Mrs. James layior, motner
" of the bride-elect.
' Wedding Anniversary
Is Complimented
The 26th wedding anniversary
. nt Mr and Mrs. Fred Kubin was
the inspiration: for a pleasant sur
prise party at tne KUDin nome on
Kingwood Heights road bunaay
Tho afternobn hours were en
invaA with folk dancinar and this
j" - - .
was followed by an Informal buf
fet tunner. The evening hours
uprA net nlavine "500" witn
winning scorea going to Mrs. An
ton Krepela and Frank caiaba.
Mrs. Wenxel gemerad and J.
Present for the affair in com
pliment to Mr. and Mrs. Kubin
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank seve.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwab, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Horsky of Albany;
Mr and Mrs. Kavmona iseKuaa:
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Krepela; Mr.
and Mrs. Wenxel Semerad, Mr.
cnri Mm FranV Caiaba: Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Nadvornlk, Mrs. Marie
rrnik. Miss Mae Horskv. Frank
Jsekuda. Fred Krepela, Virgil Ku
bin and otto sevicic. .
Mrs. William Einilg, 250 East
Lincoln street, leaves today for
southern California with her
three children. She will spend two
months of the summer season
there, being a guest for the time
with Mr. Einzlg's - brother and
two sisters who reside in Los An
teles. Mrs. Ei&zlg will make the
t trip south by boat.
Jefferson Mrs. Elmer Curries
entertained Thursday with a din
. ner party at her country borne,
honoring the birthday of her son
Elmer. Covers were laid for the
xw honor guest Elmer Curries, Mr,
and Mrs. J. A. Colgan, Mrs. Blak
ney, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Colgan and
daughter Barbara, and the hosts
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Curries.
Tuesday, June 6
American War Mothers, 2 o'clock at American Lu
theran church, all urged to attend to make plans for
visit of national president.
Salem Music Teachers,' with Mrs. Mabel S. Powers
on Court street; last meeting of year election of offi
cers. Mrs. Prince Byrd hostess to members of Yomarco
class of First Methodist church, at her home 2991 East
Center street; election of officers.
Public invited to graduation exercises of state
school for deaf, 8 o'clock in school auditorium.
Salem W. C. T. U. at hall corner of Ferry and
South Commercial street. Miss Jessie Martin in charge
of program.
Committee meeting for planning G. A. R. encamp
ment. 8 o'clock in chamber of commerce rooms.
P. L. E. and F. club, one o'clock potluck luncheon,
home of Mrs. I. H. Vinson, 1895 North Cottage street;
regular business meeting followed by sewing.
Executive board meeting of Women's council of
First Christian church, with Mrs. Guy Drill, 660 North
Cottage street.
Wednesday, June 7
Dakota club in .W. C. T. U. hall, corner of Commer
cial and Ferry streets; last meeting of season; potluck
supper, 6:30 o'clock; bring own table service; all Da
kotians Invited.
Monthly meeting, W. H. M. S. 2:30 o'clock in par
lors of First Methodist church.
Aid society of Knight Memorial church, 2:30
o'clock at home of Mrs. F. E. Brown.
Willamette Aerie and Auxiliary No. 2081, Frater
nal order of Eagles, installation of officers; Portland
visitors expected.
Thursday, June 8
Faculty Women's club, el fresco dinner In Robert
M. Gatke gardens, 5:30 o'clock; husbands special guests;
last meeting of year.
Mrs. Elizabeth Skewls, 1797 Center street, hostess
for tea in compliment to Daughters of Union Veterans
of Civil War, 2- to 5 o'clock.
Regular meeting Daughters of Union Veterans, 8
o'clock in Women's clubhouse.
Artisans plan open meeting, 2:30 o'clock, Fraternal
- temple: program and dancing; r
Willing Workers class of First Christian church
will meet with Mrs. W. H. Gardner, Route 5, for its
monthly class party.
Artisans Plan
Open Meeting
Salem Artisans are planning an
open meeting for the organization
Tnuraday night at Fraternal tem
ple. To this meeting all Artisans
are invited and all friends of Ar
tisans who wish to attend. Tha
meeting hour has been set for
8:30 o'clock.
A program has been planned
and in addition to other numbers
there will be a play presented en
titled "Bob Upsets the Calendar"
under the direction of Mrs. Clifton
MUdd. The cast includes Doris
Hicks. James Kirkland. Phyllis
Selander. Ellen Morley, Lawrence
Morley and Billy Muda.
Dancing will follow the rro-
gram hour.
Announcement Party Reveals Date
For Looney - Regester Rite as 25th
Pleasant Hour Reading Club Invites Guests
For Final Session Until September
Jefferson One of the most
delightful affairs of the week was
the announcement party at the
Christian church Thursday night
with Mrs. W. F. Gatchell, Miss
Durfee and Miss Dillon as host
esses. In a very clever way, the wed
ding date for Miss Geraldine Re
gester and Mr. Gilbert Looney was
announced for June 25.
Miss Regester is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Regester of
Lebanon, is a graduate of the
Lebanon high school and later of
Normal school. Miss Regester was
a teacher in the Jefferson schools
last year, and taught in Lebanon
grade school this year.
Mr. Looney is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walton Looney of Jefferson.
He is a graduate of the Jefferson
high school, and since that time
has been working with his father
in the management of a dairy
Dayton Sixty women attended
the last meeting, until October, of
the Pleasant Hour Reading club
held at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Orr C. Goodrich Friday afternoon.
It was also the annual guest day
each member was accompanied by
a guest. Tne snort program ieai-
ured a play by six students from
the Linfleld college dramatic club,
readings by Miss Constance Fish
er; piano solo, Miss Lucille
Pioneer Four rural clubs, El
lendale, Oakdale, Dallas Commun
ity and Pioneer sewing clubs met
at the home of Mrs. John Martin
Thursday afternoon for a special
legislative meeting to hear a talk
by Mrs. Hannah Martin. Owing
to a misunderstanding the speak
er failed to appear and the time
was spent in visiting.
Dainty refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess assisted by Mrs.
Lester and Mrs. Forest Martin
and Mrs. Eunice Cuttler.
Turner A full house was pres
ent Thursday night for the Turner
high school graduation exercises.
with four young people receiving
their diplomas. The processional
of Turner high was given by an
orchestra, E. E. Hedges. Russel
Denyer, George Cm me, Mrs. Wal
ter -Miller, Miss Lillian Peterson.
Varnal Denhern, L. W. Robertson,
Henry Ahrens, director and Miss
Halite Thomas, pianist. Invoca
tion, Rev. N. Sherman Hawk; vo
cal music by the high school
quartet, Anna and Edna John
son. Marion and Leone Cook;
with Ruth Gilstrap, piano accom
panist; salutatory by Alvln Gar
ner; address by Dean Frank M.
Erickson of Willamette univer
sity; valedictory, Leone Cook;
presentation of the class. Prof. J.
R. Cox; awarding of diplomas by
chairman of the school board,
C. A. Bear; vocal solo, "Farewell
Turner High", by Mrs. Jean Pear-
cy; piano accompanist, Mrs. May
The senior class Included Leone
Cook, Alvln Garner, Audrey Sho-
en, Jessie Myers. Leone Cook won
a scholarship awarded by Albany
Jefferson The Woman's Mis
sionary society of the Christian
church was held Friday in the
church parlors, Mrs. Charles Love-
land in charge of the program.
Numbers on the program were
given by Mrs. S. A. Pease. Robert
Terhune, Mrs. Ernest Powell, Mrs.
Charles Hart, Mrs. Hugh Bilyeu
and Mrs. Pratt gave a reading on
the work in South Gate Nanking.
Students Present
Mrs. Mabel 8. Powers present-'
4 a group of her students la a
pretty recital at the Robert's eta-!
dio Saturday night.
Those who appeared on the
program included Phyllis New
meyer, Mary Simmons, James
Boydston, Jane Crider, Betty
Simmons, Mirxel Mohr, J a n 1 e e
Myers, Jean Myers, Beverly Arm
strong, Alice Chandler, Sybil
Spears, Donald Pinkerton, Leana
Saveraon, Jerry Wolf, Ruth Van
Orsdal, Dorothy Cady, Jane Fow
ler. Edith Mohr, Ann Tyson and
La neta Bellinger.
Encampment Group
Called Together
Final plans for the state G. A.
R. encampment which will meet in
Salm Juno 20, 21 and 22, will
be discussed at the chamber of
commerce by the general com
mittee tonight beginning at 8
The meeting is being called by
G. R. Stover, general chairman,
and all committee members are
urged especially to attend this
Preparations are being made
for at least 1000 people from all
over the state to attend this en
camoment. -Guests will include the
O. A. R. members and all associat
ed patriotic organizations.
Brush College. Mrs. Ferden-
and Singer. Mrs. M. Focht. Mrs
Joe Singer and Mrs. Walter John
son delightfully entertained
Brush College Helpers at the For
denand Singer borne Thursday.
Mixed bouquets of varl - colored
flowers were effectively arranged
about the cuest rooms. Final
plans were completed for the pic
nic tor which Brush College Help
ers will be hosts to the Federation
of Rural Women's' clubs of Polk
county at the community picnic
grove, June 21.
Mrs. Oliver Whitney, president
of Brush College Helpers, ap
pointed as a reception committee
for the picnic: Mrs. Paul Wallace,
Mrs. Fred Olsen, Mrs. A. E. Utely,
and Mrs. V. L. Gibson; dinner
committee, Mrs. A. R. Ewing and
Mrs. C. L Blodgett; coffee, Mrs.
John Schlndler and assistants;
parking, Mrs. Victor Olsen, Mrs.
Joe Singer and Mrs. George
Meier The last meeting of the
Helpers will be held at the school
house when officers will be elect
ed and an Interesting exhibit of
needle work done by the Individu
al members of the club will be on
display, June 15.
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f r f ' . v tl.ui UJi (MfW, H.t
The regular monthly meeting
of the Woman's Home Mission
ary society of the First Methodist
church will be held Wednesday J.
afternoon at the church at 2:30
o'clock. Miss Hortense Taylor
will be violinist for the program
which will be presented.
Rev. Qulggley will have charge
oi devotions and tne annual re
port from the national president
will be made by Mrs. George Al
den. Mrs. E. J. Maple will give
the national secretaries report.
Others appearing on the program
will be Mrs. L. D. Waterman,
Mrs. D. H. Mosher, Mrs. Harry
Park, Mrs. T. D. Yarns and Mrs,
E. C. Miller.
Musical numbers will be pre
sented by Miss an Cleeve, a trio
of male voices, and Miss Eleanor
Moore A playlet will also be pre
Officers will be selected at this
meeting and Installed following
the program. The afternoon will
close with a tea hour.
Dayton Miss Audrey Crawley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Crawley and Lloyd J. Massey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Massey of
Amity were married November
24, 1932, at the Christ church ca
thedral at Vancouver, Canada, it
has been announced. Rev. IV H.
Wilkinson officiated.
Mr. Massey is employed in his !
father's garage at Amity and they
have gone to housekeeping in
home prepared by the groom npon
the completion of Mrs. Massey
term of school in the Oak Ridge
Hollywood. The regular meet
ing of the Merry Mlnglers club
was held at the home of Mrs. E.
S. Barker recently. At the busi
ness session it was decided to dis
band for the summer. Plans were
made for holding the annual elub
picnic the last Sunday in June.
Dishes dishes dishes! No
housewife can get away from
them, whether she enjoys this
household task or not. Just as we
have fonnd that an attractive
kitchen makes the work to be
done in It more pleasant, so dish
washing could be made a great
deal more agreeable by using such
jolly towels as are shown here.
They, are so simple te do for they
are to be embroidered In outline
stitch in a color to harmonise with
the kitchen accessories. Barely the
bride-to-be would be happy to
have such a set of towels In her
om Uair Wheeler
hope-chest, for on each day they
would add Just the proper touch
of gaiety to one of her many
household tasks.
Send 10 for this pattern to the
Oregon Statesman Needlecraft
Dept., 82 Eighth Avenue, New
York City.
Never has thr baaa allowed aw Utltad ta caoAtiag clothe Ibaa U Benaitted Milady tkla , for
almost anything i permistiblo provided it is perfectly dew and la food taste. Pique, cotton, nlks or
v el rets are fat order at any tiate a long as they are correctly styled with harmonious details. A bo to are
three medals of tho latest creations to come froas tho designer's table. At left is a whit taffeta afternoon
dress, with new drape putt sieeres and pleated fewadatooa nader tho taaic Tho collar. Jabot and top of
Iotos are of black transparent velvet. In center is a bottle green rehret wrap with tho new draped steer
front tho scarf yoke overctre monssolino prin with dark green backgroand. At right is a dark green Tel ret
acarf wrap with fancy ostrich tries. White dots are pasted on tho nds of tho os trick fronds which kavo
keen waxed.
Hazel Green A group of
friends surprised Miss June,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Dunnigan on her birthday. There
were present In addition to honor
guest, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dun
nigan, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Dunnigan and daughters Dorothy.
Margaret and Harriet, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Wanipler and chil
dren Clinton and Marian, Mrs.
Edward Dunnigan. Jr., and chil
dren Lucille and Donald, Ina and
Lawrence Zlellnskl. Hasel Woel-
ke. Stella Cook. Sanford Davis
and Leonard Faist.
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Chemawa The Home Econom
ics Club members and their fami
lies held a social evening Thurs
day in the grange hall. A pot
luck dinner was served at :30
o'clock after which a short pro
gram arranged by W. E. Savage
was enjoyed.
Contributors on the program
were Eileen Hoiden and Dorothy
Hunt, Catherine Bailey, Lester
Evans, Mrs. Arthur Brown snd
Mrs. D. B. Klelhege accompani
ments and piano numbers.
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Willamette Aerie and Auxiliary
No. 2081 of Fraternal Order of
Eagles will hold Installation of
officers Wednesday night in Fra
ternal temple. At this time Port
land Aerie and Auxiliary No. 4
are expected to be special guests.
It is expected that the drill teams
and officers ot the visiting lodge
will present the ritualistic work
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Pioneer. Thursday night
Mrs. Clyde Robblns entertained
with a party in honor of Mrs
Burt Curtiss' birthday. Guests
were: Mrs. Fred Aydelott of Gari
baldi. -Mrs. s. L. Newhouse. Mr.
and Mrs. Burt Curtiss. Mr. and
Mrs. George Curtiss and Mr. an
Mrs. Frank Dornhecker and
and Mrs. Frank Domaschofsky
Refreshments were served at
late hour.
e a
A m i t y A birthday surprise
party waa enjoyed Sunday at the
home of T. C. RIchter's, honor
ing T. C. and W. M. Richter.
Present were: Mr .and Mrs. T. C.
Richter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rich
ter, Gladys and Ralph, H. J.
Richter, Peggy Roblson and Mr.
Commencement exercises at the
University of Oregon will be held
in Eugene next Monday morning.
Dr. Joseph Schafer, superinten
dent of the Wisconsin Historical
society, and former professor of
history at the university in this
state, will be the speaker. Dr.
and Mrs. John Roblson snd son
of Rlckreall.
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Miss Laneta Bellinger won the
trophy cup presented each year
to her advanced and beginning
students by Mrs. Mabel Powers.
Winner of the beginning stu
dent's cup was Jane Fouler of
Elam J. Anderson, president of
Lin Held college, will give the bac
calaureate address on Sunday,
June 11.
Degrees will be conferred on
650 persons who have completed
undergraduate or graduate
courses. Those from Salem who
are listed to receive degrees are:
John W. Creech, bachelor of
arts; Carl Henry Cross, bachelor
of arts; Katherine Laughiige. ba
chelor of arts; Glen E. Walker,
bachelor of arts; Louise Webber,
bachelor of arts; Uiia S. Page, ba
chelor of laws; Iran Kafoury, ba
chelor of science; Julian P. Fres
co tt. bachelor of science; Richard
H. Wilson, bachelor of selence;
Paul W. Ellis, master of arts; Es
ther L. Lisle, master of arts.
and Mrs. Vernon Wilson are the
parents of a daughter born May
SI, at the home of Mrs. Chap
man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Chapman. This is the second child.
Nov yona
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