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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday, June 8, 1933
Smart Luncheon is
- Jlrs. Chandler Brown, nee El-
anor Plamendon, a recent bride
who has come to make her home
In Salem, was the Inspiration for
a smartly appointed bridge lunch
eon at the R. P. Boise home Wed
nesday afternoon with Mrs. Boise
The small luncheon tables were
beautifully arranged with early
lummr flowers in pastel shades.
Mrs. Frank Snedecor assisted Mrs.
,' Guests bidden to compliment
- Mrs. Brown Included Mrs. Willard
Marshall. Mrs, Richard Stolx, Mrs.
; Homer Smith, f Jr., Mrs. Bruce
; Spaulding, Mrs. Clifford Brown,
Mrs. Breyman Boise. Mrs. Charles
! Claggett, Mrs.! Charles Robertson,
Jr., Mrs P. D. Qulsenberry, Mrs.
Gas Hixson, Mrs. Asel Eoff, Mrs.
Wolcott Buren, Mrs. George Wel
ler, Mrs. Gordon Hadley, Mrs.
Richard Slater,' Mrs. John Caugh
11, Mrs. Bert Ford. Mrs. Dolph
Craig, Mrs. Frank Chapman, Mrs.
Kenneth Wilson, Mrs. Carl Nel
son. Mrs. Hollls Huntington, Mrs.
William Brown, Mrs. Frank Sned
ecor, Mrs. R. F. Prael of Portland.
Miss Elizabeth Keene and Mfss
Frances Keene of Silverton, Miss
Josephine McGilchrist, Miss Jose
phine Cornoyer, Miss Rosalie Bur
en, Mis Rovena Eyre, Miss Jose
phine Baumgartner, Miss Kay
Goulet and. Miss Henriette White.
"Mrs. Walter Spauldiag will en
' tertaln with' a six table bridge.tea
-''at the Spaulding residence this
- afternoon in compliment to Miss
Caroyl Braden- and Miss Roberta
. . - .'
By Music Teachers
Miss Dorothy Pearce will again
bead the Salem Music Teachers
association as a result of the elec
tion of officers held at the home
of Mrs. Mabel S. Powers Tuesday
Other officers for the year will
be Mrs. P. F. Thomas, vie presi
dent; Mrs. Bertha Junk Darby,
secretary; Mrs. Marjorie Rat
;. cliff e, corresponding secretary;
and Mrs. Joy Turner Moses treas-
" nrer. ; ,
Unusually satisfactory reports
were made concerning the work
and programs accomplished by
the organization this past season.
Mrs.' Walter A. Denton made an
' excellent report concerning the
work of music1 week and especial
" mention was made of the music
- festival given by the Salem public
. schools as a contribution to mu
. sic week activities.
The sponsoring of the local mu
' sic contest, the first of the kind
to be sponsored In Salem, was
discussed by Miss - Elma Weller
and" the excellent standing of Sa
lem students who competed out-j-
side of the city as a result of the
local contest. . "
Mrs. Frank Churchill extended
an invitation to the association-to
hold the annual picnic in the gar
dens ot the Churchill home. This
' picnic at the . Churchill home is
- an annual affair for the associa
tion. . Refreshments and a delightful
Informal social hour concluded
the last meeting of the season for
the Music Teachers.
Kappa Delta Alumnae
- Miss Wilma Coursey entertain
ed Tuesday night for members of
1 the Kappa Delta sorority alum
nae. ' A short business meeting
was followed by an Informal so-1
cial hour and refreshments.
Present were Miss Eloise
Wright, Miss Edna Prescott, Miss
Florian Hrubetz, Miss Lois Riggs,
Mrs. Harris LIets,,and Miss Cour
sey. -' - . ,. '
Guests of Mrs. Meier
Mrs. Julius Meier entertained
with : . luncheon at - her .country
home near Portland Tuesday aft
ernoon. To - this matrons from
Portland and Salem were invited.
- Motoring down from Salem
were Mrs.- ,T,"r A. : Uvealey... Mrs.
Frits Slade, Mrs. .William Walton
and Mrs. Keith Powell of Wood-
burn. t !
Members of Alpha Phi Alpha
. Alumnae association met at the
home of Miss Dorothy Eastridge
Monday nizfct for a. huxfnpw
meeting followed .by a delightful j
social nour. flans were made at
. the business meetinr for observa
tion of the "ten year" reunion ob-
. served by this sorority.
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and surely. In
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No Powders '
Consultation Free - -Opea
Tuesday Eves. Till 1 P.M.
04 1st Katl Bank, Salem
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send ma a copy bt literature
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News and Club
Ouve M. Doak,
. SOCIAL CALENDAR
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 Skewis, 1797 Center street, hostess
for tea in compliment to Daughters of Union Veterans
of Civil War, 2 to 5 o'clock. ' .
Artisans plan open meeting, 8:30 o'clock. Fraternal
temple; program and dancing.
Willing Workers class of First Christian church
will meet with Mrs. W. H. Gardner, Route 5, for its
monthly class party.
Last business meeting of Kile club, regular lunch-
eon followed by afternoon of sewing for Shrine hospital.
Senior piano recital of Miss Elizabeth Boylan at
Waller hall, 8:30 o'clock; public invited.
Woman's Relief corps, all-day meeting at fair
grounds; potluck dinner at noon.
Friday, June 9
Regular meeting of Daughters of Union Veterans, 8
o'clock in Women's clubhouse.
Englewood Women's elab, with Mrs. D. O. Lear,
1075 North 20th street.
Sewing club -of Business and Professional Women's
club, 6:30 o'clock potluck supper, with Mrs. Maude
Pointer and Miss Daisy Hayden at Pointer home, 1050
North 15th street.
Brush College community club, at club hall; even
Sedgwick Relief Corps, officers and members, Mil
ler's hall, 2 o'clock; drill practice.
Women's Missionary society of First Baptist church,
with Mrs. Walter Lotis, 135 Luther street, 2 o'clock; all
wishing transportation be at church at 1:45 o'clock.
Saturday, June 10
Willamette Lodge country club, evening meeting at
Prlngle Pleasant Point, social club, annual picnic,
au-uay evem n wagers grove.
A group of members of the En-
tre Nous club held a gay ho-ho6t
party Saturday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hummel.
Five hundred was in play at
four tables with first prizes going
to Mrs. W. G. Gehrke and William
E, Moses, and second honors go
ing to W. G. Kreuger and Mrs.
H. A. Smart. Spring flowers were
used effectively in decorating the
rooms. Later in the evening sup
per was served.
Members present for the even
ing were Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Smart, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gehr-
or two for
.ke, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kreuger,
Mr. and . Mrs. William Barl, Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Hampshire, Mr.
and Mrs. William E. Moses, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Trommlitz, and Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Hummel.
Mrs. Frank Clark and Mrs. Or
vil Leffingwell held winning
scores for the benefit "500" party
which was held at the home of
Mrs. Ray Smith on West Nobhill
Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon
was sponsored by the Women's
Shirt. Frocks of Sport Knit-
Silk PimiPS - - Prints Ftp-.
Famous "Stehli" WashSilk
in Newest Summer Fashions!
' v : : ' . -;' :.r;. . ;
l,Just arrived! And placed :fn the window, daplays for,
vYoday'a selling eVent. A real sale with wanted; iummer,
wash silks aplenty. Plain pastel Stehli" in Awhite; blue,
. pink and yellow washable silk crepes. White and hair
- line stripe silk piques. , Prints in light grounds. The
very newest sleeves, cap or cape also no sleeve. Action
pleats, belts, etc All sizes 14 to 44. Come quick for"
these. Choose from. the 'window then come early for
your fitting. -
For Pretty Tea
Mrs. Enoch Dumas and Miss
Roth Schreiber entertained Wed
nesday afternoon at the Alpha Phi
Alpha, sorority house In compli
ment to Miss Dorothy Taylor
whose marriage to Dennis Patch
will be an event of June t.
The afternoon was a tea and
shower for the bride elect." Syrin
gea and Iris were used in profu
sion about the room and for the
prettily appointed service table at
which Mrs. Dumas presided.
Miss Edwyna Broad bent assist
ed Miss Schreiber in serving. As
an attractive feature ot the tea
hour Miss Marjorie O'Dell sang a
group of solos.
Guests in complimeat to Miss
Taylor were Mrs James Taylor,
Mrs. A. A. Lee. Mrs. George Ol
iver. Mrs. C. H. Schreiber, Mrs.
Franees DeHarpport, Mrs. Her
man Rehfuss, Mrs. Stearns Cnsh
ing, Mrs. Wilmer Wells. Mrs. W.
V. Johnson, Miss Dorothy Hutch
ason. Miss Maida Caldwell. Miss
Lydia Childs, Miss Isabel Childs,
Miss Gladys Taylor, Miss Marjor
ie O'Dell, Miss Sarah Jane Dark,
Miss Edwyna Broadbent, and Miss
Mrs. Frank Lilburn
To Present Students
Mrs. Frank Lilburn will present
her fifth annual kindergarten re
vue at the clubhouse of the Salem
Women's club Saturday night at
The revue will include 20
youngsters of the city between the
ages of three and one half to six
years of age.
Dancing, musical solos, read
ings and rhythmic orchestra num
bers will be presented on the var
Of interest in Salem is the
marriage in Portland Tuesday
night of Miss Katherine Addink
of Woodburn and Farley Mogan.
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mo
gan. Mr. Mogan Is a state patrol
man stationed in Salem.
Mrs. John Wiles
To Present Pupils
Mrs. John Wiles will present a
group of her piano students Fri
day night at the Wiles studio at
S o'clock. ,
Friends and parents of students
are invited to attend the program.
John and Martin Mahula will as
sist with Tiolia numbers and Bet
ty and Joan Twedt wlU present a
group of vocal numbers.
Piano pupils being presented
include Frances Mahula, Marjorie
Whlttlngton, Dorthy Koschmider.
Margaret Lehman, Eunice and
Vernon Johnson. Marjorie Price,
Nadlne Lenls, Stewart McElhln
ney, Florence Elasser. Doris Jean
Cutler, 'Martian Zeller, Frances
Dewey, Dorthea Fellows, Bobbie
Suing, Joice Betty and Dale Live
ly, Gertrude Maranda, and Jewell
Beta Chi Alumnae
Have Dinner Meeting
Members of Beta Chi alumnae
association met at the Spa Tues
day night for a dinner party. Iris
in pastel ahades and green tapers
madfl a pretty table decorative
motif. Plana for commencement
activities were made at the bus
iness meeting following the din
Covers were placed for Miss
Florence Power, Miss Leila John
son, Miss' Frances Hodge, Miss
Lila Cation, Miss Eloise White,
Miss Gaynelle Beckett, Miss Flor
ence Young, Mrs. Clarence Em
mons, Mrs. Russell Mefford, Mrs.
Oarlen Simpson and Mrs. Merrill
MADE BY "CENTRAL SHOE COMPANY"
For MILLER'S BASEMENT Shoe Dept.
Are Unbelievably Low Priced For Such Smart
Style, Good Quality Shoes!
SUMMER IS ALREADY UNDERFOOT . . . YOUR FEET ARE AT THE FOOT OF THE MODE UNLESS
YOU ARE DECKED OUT IN THESE NEW LIGHT SUMMER FASHIONS. AND YOU'LL SAVE MONEY,
TOO. WHY, JUST HAND US A TWO DOLLAR BILL FOR THESE AND GET SOME "CHANGE" BACK.
These are not on sale. Just an example of Miller's resourceful buying
Old Officers Reelected ;
Falls City Marriage Told
Church Groups of Valley Busy With Many
Silverton. At the annual
meeting ot the Women's Home
Missionary society of the Metho
dist church, held Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. George Webber, the
old set of officers was retained.
Mrs. H. J. Iverson is president;
Mrs. C. F. Folsom, vice - presi
dent; Mrs. A. Grlnde, recording
secretary; Mrs. Will Lynn, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. W.
Graham, treasurer. Assisting Mrs.
Webber as hostess was her daugh
ter. Miss Maggie Webber.
Mrs. Iverson gave a report on
the recent councU meeting held
at Portland. Announcement was
also made ot the lecture open to
the public to be given at the
Methodist church Friday night b
Mrs. Necia Buck of Salem.
Silverton Mrs. J. M. Jensen
was a recent hostess for the plea
sure et Mrs. Louis Hoppe of For-
estvllle, Wis., who will leave soon
for her home after an extended
visit with Silverton relatives.
Guests of Mrs. Jensen were Mrs.
Hoppe, Mrs. E. C. Riches of Port
land. Mrs. Arthur Dahl, Mrs. Otto
A. Dahl. Mrs. O. Jorgenson, Miss
Thelma Jorgenson, Miss Hilda J
Olsen and Halver Dahl. the latter
Mrs. Hoppe's father. Mrs. Hoppe
will visit the world's fair enroute
to her home.
A little better quality at a little lower price. A little more style and a lot of comfort.
CENTRAL SHOES ARE WELL KNOWN TO SALEM WOMEN. SHOP AROUND TOWN . . .
LOOK AT ALL THE $1 88 SHOES THEN COMPARE WITH ST. LOUIS MADE SHOES IN
White - Beige - Brown
Elk - Black
Your Choice at
In this group of dress and utility footwear at
1.98 you will find a shoe for every purpost
. . . from workaday, to sports. From dining
The new whites and beiges are specially
smart for now. Pumps with high heels that
have mesh inserts to keep your feet cool, all
mesh ties, white elk sport oxfords, straps,
tee straps, beige, black, brown and elk shades
in more practical shoes for all service wear.
Cut-outs, new perforated fashions, all man
ner of heels are here in this low priced group.
Come choose a standard brand and save.
Miller's Basement. ,
Boys a ad girls from two to
ten-jean will find these two
tone elks -with- the "tough
soles'' -not only smart style,
bat- really, lone; wearing- ox
fords. Coma be fitted before
the prices advance to fl.lt
Falla City At 1:10 o'clock
Sunday Miss Marie Viniberg and
John H. Will were united in mar
riage by Dr. Bruce in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Anrland. The
attendants were the bride's broth
er and wife from Portland. '
Others present were Mr. and
Mrs. McHustion and Mr. and Mrs.
Anrland. The couple motored to
Newport. Mr. Will' operates a
shoe store here, and she has been
the Oakhnrst school teacher for
the past year.
Bethany Mr. and Mrs. Silas
Tor vend entertained the Sunday
school teachers of Trinity church
at their country home here Mon
day night. Present were Mr and
Mrs. M. G. Gunderson, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Meyer. Rev. C. L. Foss,
Mrs. Henry Torvend, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Torvend, Evelyn Torvend,
John Goplemd, Charlotte Gople
rud, Lillian Block, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Olsen, Thelma Olsen and
the Silas Torvend family.
Silverton Girl Reserve mo
tored to Portland Tuesday to
"see the city" and to be guests of
Miss Lyla Miller at the Martha
Washington hotel. The girls took
pot luck with them and enjoyed
the luncheon at the social rooms
of the hotel. During the morn
ing they visited the Meier and
Frank store, the Dorothy Alexan
These nappy slacks are ideal slack shoes for
outing, beach, hiking, etc. White and beige
in' ties and tee straps. Medium and low heels.
der and other points of interest
about the city. Farnishlnc ears
were Miss Elaine Clower. Mrs.
Elbert DeGolre and Merl'Larson.
Others going to Portland in the
group were Mrs. Frank Miller.
Ml Olivia DeGuire. Buddy Mil
ler, Ella Pfeiffer, Ruth Miller,
Marine Morgan Geraldine Gates.
Benlta Parsons, Mildred Jenkins.
Jean Oeder, Thelma Lincoln.
Gwenevler Taylor, Margie Smith.
Opal Green. Helen Lamb. Evelyn
Stewart, Margaret Thompson.
Virginia Browen and Agnes Bren
den. e e
Gervals. Gervals Eastern
Star will be repfeeeate at grand
chapter In Portland liexl week by
Claire Ellsworth, worthy matron;
Lucille Booster, associate matron ;
Howard Booster, worthy patron,
and C. M. VanZuyen.
Hubbard Miss Rhoda Fisher,
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Fisher, and Kenneth W. Palmer
of Watson were nnited in marri
age Monday, at Woodburn.
Announces a Summer Class
of Six Weeks
Private or group lessons
Phone 9549 or Call at