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The OREGON STATESMAN; Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, Jane 9, 1933
Society News and Glub Affairs
Olive M. Doak, Society Editor
Club I President
I 'A meeting of the year book
1 committee of the Salem Women's
club was held In the board room
of the clubhouse Wednesday af
ternoon. At this time Mrs.-Clifton
Mudd, president of the club, an
nounced standing committees for
The year book committee in
cludes Mrs. Leif BerpsTik, chair
nSn. Mrs. Percy Keltey, ffs. J
A Brownson. Mrs. George R. K.
'. Moorhead, Miss Eula McCully.
Mrs. Claude T. Ellison. Mrs, Milo
Rasmussen and Mrs. William P.
Press committer includes Mrs.
Clifton Mudd. Mrs. Milo Rasmus
sen, and all chairmen of depart
ments, and commutes chairmen.
Club history committee includes
Mrs. Mary Bayne and Mrs. W.-C.
Dibble. Mrs. Dibble is one of
the few charter members of the
club and she it was who Inspired
the Idea of keeping a club his-
Legislative committee, Mis3
Helen Louise Crosby. Mrs. George
Rossman, Mrs. J. U. Campbell.
Mrs. Ronald Glover, Mrs. W. D.
Smith, Mrs. Hannah Martin.
Friendship. Mrs. TT. G. Shipley.
Mrs. J. M. Devers. Mrs. Seymour
Jones, and Mrs. Albert Hunter.
Mrs. U. G. Boyer was again
placed on the house committee for
the year. Other members include
Mrs. George Swift, and Mrs. Mary
Hospitality committee includes
Hannah Martin, past president,
and Mrs. Mark McCallister, pres
ent vice president.
As a result of the year book
committee meeting Wednesday it
is reported that about a fourth of
the work Is ready to submit to
the printer and it is expected that
the work will be accomplished
speedily- this year.
A delightful compliment paid
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lO -irs. r . v . Diunn at uci huiuc
on North Cottage street were the
calls paid by many friends offer
ing felicitations on the occasion
of her 80th birthday recently.
Many flowers and pifts were ad
ded to the good wishes.
Mrs. P. F, Thomas jvill present
a group of piano ajro violin pu
pils la recital at the American
Lutheran church Tuesday night at
8 o'clock. The public is invited
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Thomas will
spend the weekend in Corvallis.
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Friday, June 9
Regular meeting of Daughters of Union Veterans, I
o'clock in Women's clubhouse.
Englewood Women's club, with Mra. D. O. Lear,
1075 North 20th street.
Sewing club of Business and Professional Women's
club, 6:30 o'clock potiuck supper, with Mrs. Lillian Cad
well. 1196 South lUh street and Miss Daisy Hayden.
Brush College community club, at club hall; even
' Sedgwick Relief Corps, officers and members. Mil
ler's hail, 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
Pringle Pleasant Point, social club, annual picnic,
all-day event at Hager's grove.
Mrs. Scott is Club Speaker;
At Forbes Luncheon Guests
Weddings Take Important Place in Valley
Social Affairs of Week
AS 42 YEARS AGO
25 dunces for 254
No Slack Fillinq
Silverton Hills Mr. and Mrs.
Al Forbes were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. V. C. Murray Tuesday at
luncheon. The Forbes were re
cently married in Idaho and were
on their way to Eugene to attend
a class reunion at the University
of Oregon of which they are both
Mrs. Forbes will be remem
bered here as Miss Mary Largent.
She formerly lived at Silverton
with her parents and Is a gradu
ate of the Silverton high school.
Since her graduation she has been
teaching in Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Forbes have tak
en over the management of the
Bristol hotel in Boise Idaho, and
after a short wedding trip here
in Oregon will return to Boise to
take up their work.
Mrs. Forbes brings the news
that her sister. Mrs. Maude Co
sho, has just been elected to a
two year term as city treasurer at
Boise. Mrs. Cosho will be re
membered here as Maude Lar
gent. She taught at the Hult
school here for two years, going
from here to the University of
Oregon from which she graduated
shortly before her marriage to
Harrison Cosho who was killed
In an accident a year ago.
W o o d b u r n An Interesting
wedding took place at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Riches, 24th
and Lincoln street, Portland.
Tuesday evening at 9 o'clock
when Miss Catherine Addink,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. J
Addink of the state training
school, became the bride of Far-
I ley E. Moean. son of Mr. and Mrs
Frank Mogan of Portland. Rev
John Beard, pastor of the Mt. Ta
bor. Presbyterian church, ofnci
The bride was becomingly at
tired in an afternoon frock of
blue crepe and wore a corsage of
gardenias. Her dress accessories
Mrs. James Gardner of Van
couver was her attendant. Mr.
Riches acted as best man for Mr.
A reception was held at the
Riches home after the ceremony
with Mrs. Lee King of the train
ing school and Mrs. Gene Forsyth
of Portland serving.
After a short wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Mogan will reside at
1585 Jefferson street, Salem.
The bride has been employed as
secretary to Superintendent
Laughlin at the training school
the past two years.
Mr. Mogan is a member of the
state police department located at
Woodburn Mrs. J. Vinton
Scott of Salem was the speaker
of the Woman's club at Its regu
lar meeting held at the city li
brary Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Scott's subject was "China." She
presented a different impression
of the country than one usually
gained from an routine traveler.
Mrs. Scott spent several years in
China and displayed a beautiful
Chinese costume and several
pieces of art needlework.
A regular business session was
held before the afternoon pro
gram, at which time the follow
ing officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. Eunice Burnett; ylce
president, Mrs. J. J. Hall; secre
tary, Mrs. E. J. Allen; treasurer,
Mrs. Maude Mochel and corre
sponding secretary, Mrs. W. J.
Hostessess for the afternoon
were Mrs. Nellie Muir, Mrs.
George Clark, Miss Helen Allen,
and Mrs. R. L. Gulss. Those
serving on the hospitality com
mittee were Mrs. R. E. Burnett,
and Mrs. Mabel Ballard.
Silverton The local firemen
gave an old time charivari for Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Carpenter,
newly married, Tuesday night.
Mr. Carpenter is a member of
the Silverton fire department.
Mrs. Carpenter was- before her
marriage. Miss Dorothy Neal. The
young people are making their
home on Adams street.
The young couple were taken
on a ride od one of the fire
trucks about town Tuesday night
Smart Bridge Tea
Miss Roberta Mills and Miss
Caroyl Braden were the inspira
tion for one of the most attrac
tire bridge tea of the late spring
at the home of Mrs. Walter
Spaulding Thursday afternoon.
with Mrs. Spaulding as hostess.
Quests were greeted at the door
by Miss Leone Spaulding and in
troduced to guest rooms which
were a delightful study In pink
and green flower arrangement.
Cards were In play for several
hours. Favors for the card tables
were distributed by Jesslmine
At the tea hour Mrs. H. L. Bra
den and Mrs. Roy Mills, mothers
of the honor guests, alternated at
the urns. The table was a color
ful study. Silver candle holders
bore pink tapera and arranged in
silver bud vases were single or
chids In orchid color. Assisting
in serving were Miss Ha Mills,
Miss Josephine McGilchrlst, and
Miss Dorthy Dalk.
Bidden In compliment to Miss
Braden and Miss Mills were Miss
Henrietta White, Miss Margaret
Drager, Miss Myra Belt, Miss
Kathryn Rowe, Miss Ruthlta
Hoffnell, Miss Wilda Fleener.
Miss Virginia Bright, Miss Clau
dia Buntln, Misg Cynthia DeLano,
Miss Harriet Adams, Miss Dorthy
Dalk, Miss Jeryme Upston, Miss
Esther Glbbard, Miss Josephine
Cornoyer. Miss Josephine McGil
chrlst, Miss Margaret Savage,
Miss Dorothy Alexander, Miss
Hattle Ramp. Miss Elizabeth Cle
ment, Miss Ruth Chapman, Miss
Beneitta Edwards, Miss Maxlne
Glover, Miss Kathryn Goulet, Miss
Sue Pringle. Miss Ruth Fick. Miss
Faye Cornutt. Miss Lois Wilkes,
Miss SaTilla Phelps, Miss Mar
garet Purvine, Miss Genevieve
Emmons, Miss Margaret Wilson,
Mrs. H. L. Braden, Mrs. Roy
Mills, Mrs. Clifford Spaulding of
Newberg, Mrs. Dan Schreiber,
Mrs. Frank Shafer, Mrs. Homer
Smith. Jr., Mrs. Charles Claggett,
Mrs. P. A. Elliott, Mrs. C. K.
Spaulding, Mrs. Lewis C. Griffith
and the hostess, Mrs. Walter
Mrs. William Effenberger of
Dallas and Ed Blessing of Salem
will entertain Saturday night
with a birthday party compli
menting Mrs. Blessing and Mr.
A dinner at the Blackbird Inn
at Rickreall will be followed by
an evening of dancing in Dallas
and then a midnight supper party
at the Effenberger home.
House Guest Inspires
Pretty Tea Afternoon
Mrs. Paul V. Johnson entertain
ed with, an attractively Informal
tea between the hours of S and S
o'clock at ber home Wednesday
afternoon complimenting her
house guest and cousin, Miss Mar-
telle Cormier of Olympia, wasn.
The tea table was . gracefully
centered with a mixture of sum
mer flowers. Mlsa Eleanor Trin-
dle, Mlsa Julia Jonnson, ana miss
Roberta Mills assisted In serving
Silverton Mrs. Feme Daven
port will present her piano stu
dents In a unique recital Monday
night at the Methodist church at
8 p. m. The recital la arranged In
playlet form and is entitled "A
Glimpse of Fairyland." The
church stage will be decorated to
represent a woodland scene and a
throne will be erected for the
queen of the fairies.
Beryl Ottaway, violinist and
Fred Baker, reader, will assist
Mrs. Davenport. The program has
piano dnets and trios besides the
solo work. Mrs. Davenport extends
an Invitation to the public to at
tend. Persons taking part are:
Mlrrian Mulkey, Earla Garver,
Dorcey Tweedle, Eileen Stanton,
June Baker, Thomas Hall, Phyl
lis Tweedle. Marie Hall, Marjorie
Inman, Elizabeth Hall, Thelma
Leek, Helen Hicks, Mable Norton,
Margaret Higlnbotham, Francis
Higlnbotham, Marjorie Baker,
Elaine Peterson, Jo Anne Twee
dle. Virginia Case, Bobby Sldwell,
Melvin Heater, Keith Tweedle.
For Pretty Party
Miss Ruth Powell who will be
come the bride of Harold Zwicker
early in July, was the Inspira
tion for a pretty affair at the
home of Mrs. Floyd E. McCarroll
A color scheme of rose buds
and sweet peas in colors of sal
mon pink and white were used
for the luncheon table. Cards
were enjoyed for the early part
of the evening and then a shower
of gifts were presented to the
bride-elect before the late lun
Guests in compliment to Miss
Powell Included Mra. Suzanne
Prnltt. Mrs. Elaine Bettlemler.
Mrs. Marlon Barker, Mrs. Esther
Rice, Mrs. Helen WWon, Miss Ada
Williams. Miss Thelma Strand,
Mrs. Era Powell, Miss Lucille
Roloa, Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mrs.
Margaret BJIlland, Mrs. Florence
Kumler, Miss Bernlce Turemas,
Mrs. Emma Mathls, Miss Gladys
Hansen, Miss Alice Detlef. Mlsa
Mable Ryan, Mrs. Martha Neal,
Mrs. Robert Weir, Mrs. Esther
Lelnlnger. Miss Bea Kertson,
Mrs. Jennie Smith, Mrs. Ruth
Simpson, Miss 8ue Shelly, and
Mrs. E. L. Smith.
Dinner Party Honors
Miss Elizabeth Bishop
Miss Elizabeth Bishop, who Is
leaving for New York city to Join
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Bishop, following her graduation
from Willamette university next
week, was the Inspiration for an
attractive dinner party at the
home of Mrs. Mason Bishop Wed
A 6:30 o'clock dinner was
served. Pink tapers and a bowl of
pink roses carried out the dainty
color scheme. Covers were placed
for Miss Bishop, Miss Bernlce Or
wig. Miss Alma Wattenberg,"Mlss
Mylie Lawyer, Mrs. Stearns Cush
ing and for Mrs. Bishop.
Officers for Year
on Page 9
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These fine, powerful cleaners
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been replaced with new
parts, x hey look like new
and are fully guaranteed
the same as new cleaners.
Silk wash dresses in
the very newest of
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Whether you want
white, white with com-
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you must see these be
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White and Pastels, '
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were so smart as now. And
you'll agree with ns that
fashion has made it possible
for you to go practical in
these wash frocks. The price
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Phone t4ay far
Salem Hardware Co.
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See the new Jantxen and
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Moulded lit la an the
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Also 'Bodygard" all wool
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Fetes Miss Able
Mlsa Ethel Able was the -hon
ored guest at a "farewell party
giren by Bette Dotson at her
home on Monday afternoon. The
guest of honor was the recipient
of many pretty gifts. Dainty re
freshments were served later in
the afternoon by tbe hostess.
Guests bidden to honor Miss
Able were Mrs. Gallaher, Eloise
White, Clarice Kolbe, Gwen Gal
Iaher, Daisy Wickham. Iola Ques
seth, Margaret MacKenzie and
With the closing of the school
year announcement is made of tbe
new officers chosen by the vari
ous fraternities and sororities.
Alpha Phi Alpha announces Its
new officers as follows: president,
Edythe Glaisyer; vice president,
Dorothy McDonald; secretary.
Gertrude Roenicke; manager.
Margaret Morris; work manager,
Leala Johnson, and member-at-large,
Delta Phi has chosen Naomi
Hewitt, president; Gwendolyn
Hunt, rice president; Betty-Mae
Hartung, recording secretary;
Winifred Gardner, corresponding
secretary; Ruth Chapman, treas
urer; Betty Badley, work man
ager, and Marie Lead better, man
The Daleth Teth Gimel an
nouncas Its new officers as fal
lows: president. Vera Garrett;
Tice president. Harriet Sander;
recording secretary, Marian Pop;
corresponding secretary. Apr
Corthell. and treajurer, Margaret
Salem friends will be IntcrttWd
to know that Richard W. DitrH
sang orer KWJJ Monday night mi
Rer. Exra S. Gerig's hour. Mr.
Dierks was accompanied at tre
piano by Miss Gall McClean.
Those making the motor inp
with Mr. Dierks and Miss Mc
Clean were Mrs. Lucile Starker.
Miss SylTla Mattson, Mrs. Rnfh
Engdahl, and Miss Dorotty
Mrs. Charles Ziegler and Bi.iy
left this morning for Breitetburi
where they will spend the rut
three weeks at their tuirn.tr
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Golden 1-lb cans ... 28c
West 3-lb cans . ...79c
For a Vitalizing
Hoc Cereal Breakfast;
Albers Carnation Wheat
liflfSSlI? Elated 8 lbs.2(f)C
When it Rains it
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Calo Dog Food
J cans 15c
Use the Same as Rj krip
Note the Savin?
Satina, for starching, pkg 6c
La Franc, for silks, 3 for 25c
Bakers Cocoa, the leader, -lb 10c
Calumet Baking Powder, 1 lb. 25c
Headlight Matches, 6 boxes ..23c
Purex, master bleacher, quarts ....10c
Macaroni, elbow cut, 3 lbs 17c
Prunes, No. 10 size cans ...19c
These Prunes are in Heavy Syrup.
Herbox, bullion cubes, 12s jar 19c
Peaches. Mission, sliced or halvas 21?s 12c
Malt. Standby. Lt. or Med. can 35c
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Fresh Firm Heads
5 lbs 11c
3 n 10c
Prime Young Beef
Again we will hare
choice selection of those
milk fattened spring
fryers at lb
FRESH, KETTLE RENDERED
MEATY, SUGAR CURED
Sunny Monday Soap. 5 bars 9c
Peas. Blue Dot, No. 2 cans. 3 for 28c
Bran Flakes. Jersey, special, pkg. - 5c
Yellow Split Peas, for soups. 5 lbs 17c
OsydoL regular 10c size, pkg. 5c
Mayonnaise in Bulk, pt 12rj;c
Pineaple. Solar, broken sliced. 2is ....15c
Margarine. Dinner BelL 3 lbs 25c
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