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Fhe OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon Sunday Morning, Jtrfr 30, 1933
Attention on Brilliant
BRILLIANT and smart will be the garden party -which L
planned as an event of Thursday: in the gardens of Mrs.
Clifford Brown with the American Legion Auxiliary as hos-
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The affair has been delightfully planned and .will in-
clude in addition to cards and tea, a unique feature an in-
teresting quilt display. Elaborate plans are being carried
forward for decorative .effects
loveiy garaens wmcn win iorm
Tne event is being planned, as a Denem lor tne Auxi
liary Trio which will go too- :
Chicago for the American L
gion convention in September
as a representative of Oregon
at' the convention and at the
Century of Progress fair. '
: Musical organizations of ; the
eity have been lnTited -to send
representatives who will assist la
receiving about the gardens.
These Include Mrs. W. S. LeTens,
51 aeDo well club; Mrs. C. A.
Spragne, Phllharmonie Orchestra
association: Miss Dorothy Pearce.
Salem Music Teachers associa
tion; Mrs. Susan Varty, Business
and Professional Women's chor
s. and Mrs. R. W. Hans Seltz,
Salem Symphony orchestra. Sa
lem Madrigal club will choose a
representatiTe early this week.
Mrs. King Bartlett is general
chairman and is being assisted
by a large committee. Mrs. Wal
ter Zosel Is chairman of the tick
et committee and the tables and
arise committee j includes Mrs.
Mem Pearce. Mrs. Albert A.
Cragg. Mrs. i Willis I Vincent, Mrs.
Glen Seeley, and Mrs. J. T. De-
laney. . - I" . , M
The tea committee is headed
by Mrs. Lelt Bergstik assisted by
Mrs. A. M. Johnson, Mrs. C. K.
Logan. Mrs. R. D. Woodrow, Mrs.
Van - Seller Welder, Mrs. J. E.
Marcroft, Mrs. Curtis Johnson,
and Mrs. T. L. Kuhns.
; The qunt display will be in
charge of the War Mothers and
mill include some rare specimens
of handwork. Mrs. Llsbeth Wa
ters la chairman of the commit
tee in charge and Is being as
aisted by Mrs. J .A. Bernardi,
and Mrs. Carrie Beechler.
. Other , plans will be announced
early in the week.:
Mrs. Caroline Hrubets Loebner
ef New York City! was the Inspir
ation for a prettily appointed
luncheon with Mrs. .Ray Smith as
Jiostecs Friday at her home.
Dr. Drirer of Portland will
preach at the CalTary Baptist
church today, both morning and
Mrs. Millie Currln and Mrs.
McCounel of Estacada, were visi
tors in Salem Friday.
By ANNS ADAMS':
Everf housewife wanta maaiffot thie affair were J membere
pretty aprons ; an the model
sketched -todav affords ODOOrtan -
Ity for doing lots of t r 1 e k y
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hieaed of contrast or may be
earning iad .'trim the pockeU or
be omitted. .Cotton nrinU , ara
lust the thing: to use.
Pattern SC29 may be ordered
only in sizes Small, medium and
large, smair sue, as niustratea,
:requlrea 1 7da eh-f
lustrated step-by-stea sewing in
- atractlons Included; ith this pat
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, e&4 firtMa erts III) ta elas
r tUmr teetas ptrfm; tn tais
AnM Ateata ttra. Write ' slalalr
T1 aaaiv Mdrtas aaa
ss, B sore te state sis waste.
Tka aw auBH aditea ef U Aaa
-A4ml Vtters bMk la nady. Alter.
aea. iporte, otf, tennli Arm,
Jasm, babm fneka, spaelal atfta
Mn Mttersa, atyUa tor Jvatece, aa4
moI clatkaa far- VMaastera. aa4 ta-
atnettn tn auklag a cate sweater
in uuxtf tha fmniitt1a ttesu. aa4
tor yanr oopr. Frice eatelog,
tetm Mnta. Cateloa ea atttaca te-
gUcr. twty-ttr etate. '..f"
- AIImo n ma araua te Tae Oaa.:
tea ItttUMi fatten aerpattawat,
849 Wart !7tt atetet, Tw Tarh dta.
to properly compliment the
uie setung ior xne party.
Miss . Mary Schultz
Returns From Study
Miss' Mary Schults': returned
home this week from risking in
San Francisco : and at Mills Col
lege, v v .r .-. .'-" ...
' While In the south Miss Schults
took intensified violin work with
M. Onnon, mentor of the Pro Arte
Quartet which is appearing in a
series of concerts at Mills College
Miss Schults is enthusiastic for
the work of this organization
which is said by critics to be the
best string quartet in either Eur
ope or the United States. She was
able to hear several of the con
certs presented at the college. The
quartet has so far not been heard I
on the coast except at Mills college
where they are appearing in a
series of programs for the second
time in two years. It is anticipated
that it will be possible for them
to appear in at least one concert
at San Francisco this year and
perhaps next year they may be
secured for other coast engage
While at Mills College Miss
Schults was the guest of Miss Ru
by Ann Lorence of Monmouth who
has been a member of the music
faculty of Mills for several years.
One of the delightful affairs or
the year for Yew Park circle of
the First Methodist church is the
birthday garden party given each
year by Mrs- A. A. Underhill In
compumem xo ner moiaer, jars,
The party this year was observ-
ed Friday afternoon la celebra-
tion of 94 years of life for Mrs.
An laiormai luncncuu w
wrveu ii .,U1'".T '. "...
preuy garoen ox me unoermu
nome. owers in p r oib lion
aaornea me laDies ana i ioe non-
or guests. oie wu uwumui
Dirtnaay caae. .... -
An informal business and so-
eial afternoon followed the lunch-1
eon hour. At the business hour of- MariePattbn, Miss Jeanne Pat
ficers for the coming year were too. Misi Franeei Martin, Miss
elected .with the following women M Jane Adams, Miss Lorraine
" ?L'"L ""T" T-:iKinser. Miss Bnla Bailey, Miss
vis. president; jars ippin, vice
prwsiaeni; ir. u- v.
treasurer; and Mrs. Ida Shade,
Special guests in addition to 29
members of the circle and Mrs.
Mary Litler, honor guest were Dr.
and Mrs. B. Earl Parker, Mrs.
G. W. Fox of South Bend, Ind-,
Mrs. J. C. Tibbets, and Miss Bald
win. Miss Cells Penny of Kalamazoo,
Michigan, who is the house guest I
or Miss Leaa Cherrington lor tnei
summer was . the inspiration lor
an attractive evening of cards
and music recently, uuests ow-
den to meet Miss Penny included
Miss Gertrude Mishler, Miss Mary
Heenan, Miss Mardette Heenan,
Miss 'Martha Hutt of John Day,
Miss Ruth Moore. Miss Hazel
j Shutt, Miss Mobel Lindqulst, Miss j
Carolyn e la Sioux Miss Erma
Swaddel, Mlsg Mabel Harrison,
Mrs. Veryl Graves, Mrs Charlotte
Fake, Mrs. Edna McCllnntock,
rington. . ..
JVJZ: l'o.f 2f,
en West, of New York City will
arrive this week to spend some
time , with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Os West in Portland.
Miss' Louise FindlfT, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Findley is
home from Berkeley where khe
has been- attending the UniversV
ty of California. 8he will remain
only a short time berore return
ing to Berkeley.
An unusually happy time was
enjoyed by members of the ' Wo
men's Benefit association Thurs
day night when they motcred to
Rlverdale park and there enjoyed
a picnic sapper preceded by
swimming v and games.
ad friend of. the association..
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P"iv r. ana mn. w. r.atwvr
r brother have mettn H y
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"I Plaited other eastern iotnU. '
Mrs. H. F. SchiUiBK of Loa An
geles has teen a guest of her par
ents, Mr. andrMrs. R; K. Ohling.
She left Friday tor a visit In Bend
before returning, to her home.
Monmouth Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Deming -of Monmouth have", re
ceived announcement of the mar
riage of their son, .James Den
ning, to. Mise Anna Mae Oglesby,
July is, at Payson, Arizona.
.Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lew ell en of
Portland are "spending the week
end with Mra. Lewellen's mother.
Two marriages were .observed
in St. Joseph's parish -Saturday
with rather Buck reading the
nuptial mass. h-- . .V-cj
Miss Emily Folk bee am the
bride of Mathew Burgemelster In
a quiet' ceremony in St - Joseph's
AinmtK ' Ca f ti a mnm Inaf . 1tiakw
are both of Salem but -will make
home in Folk coonty. Miss
Folk, brother or the bride attend-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Burgemelster.
miss Edna Snyder of saiem be-
came the bride of Floyd Johns of
Junction city at $ o'clock $satur-
K - aTSiSSS
Donald Cabler acted as brides-
maid and best man. Mr. and Mrs.
Johns will make their home in
A TTBACTIVE affairs continue
l to feature .the weekends of
the capital city and both
the younger sets and the older
circles. The out-doors continues
the favorite for entertaining and
picnics and garden parties take
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Iaehmund
entertained with a garden supper
party at their home Friday night
a number of Salem people to meet
Mrs. C. W. Shants of New York
City, Mr- and Mrs. E. R. Spencer
of Portland and Dean Walker of
Independence. Salem guests in
eluded Mr. and Mrs. Lynn C.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S
Lamport, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fry,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Carson,
Mr. and Mrs.: James R. Linn, Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Livesley, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Meyers, Mr- and Mrs.
Harry Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Don
Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H.
Spears, Mr. and Mrs. William
Walton. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McLel-
lan, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Locke,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor R. Grlrzs.
Mt. and Mrs. Curtis 1 Cross. Dr.
and Mr w. H; Lytle, Miss Flor-
ence IrwIn MI wlnifred Byrd,
MUa EiiiaDeth Lord, Dr. W- B.
Morse, George Putnam and John
tinl and nvtmminr nartv
of interest Friday afternoon . was
that 8ponBored by a group of the
younger set at Rlverdale park. In-
cluded jn this gTOUP Were MISS
Margaret Engel, Miss Jean East
rldg6i Ml3i Margaret Burdette,
Ml8g Frances Sande, Miss Margar-
et Corey, Miss Anita Wagner.
Mlg, Dorotha Cannon. Miss Cyn
thla Delano, Miss Isobel George,
MIgl E8ther wood. Miss Kathryn
m.. tv niM...
Haxe, Johngonf Miss Lois Wilkes
MfM viola Crozier. Miss Dorothea
Corey, Miss Claudia Buntin, Miss
Cathrin Headrick, Miss Cleo Rit
ner, Miss Barbara MacDonald,
Miss' Jean Doollttle, Miss Fran
ees Jansen, Miss Helen Weldmer,
Miss Maxlne McKiUop, Mrs.
Charles Claggett, Mrs. Robert
Ramsden and Mrs. Hubert Ashby.
The Senior Christian Endeavor
Society of Enalewood United
Brethren church held its month-
7 business meeting at the home
of Mrs. Bessie Shepherd Friday
The early nart of the evening
waa Bpent transacting business
an(j mafcing- plans for a picnic
t he held Anrust 12. Each
immmk - r nr th witv i tn hrinc
Games were nUved af-
ter the business . meeting. Later
refreshmenU were served.
Thos nt were G a r n e t
hU'kbk Lauretta Fish. Sam
Saunders, Clelcnd Fish., and the
hoctKi. Mm. Rtmlii Shtihrd. .
be held at the home of Garnet
Larkins. , .
A . happy, surprise party .was
that planned by music students
of Mrs.: George Melslnger Wed
nesday evening when they coop
erated with Mrs. Melslnger in
honoring the birthday of Mr,
Melslnger. An informal evening
was spent in music and conversa
tion. Present in -compliment to
Mr. Melslnger were Mr. and Mrs.
Louise ' Preim. Mr. and Mrs.
arlea McElroy. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Garrett and Nadra Garrett
and Mrs. Tennis, and eons Deryl
and Dalton Tennis, Luly McClay,
Verda Olmstead, Flora Turnbull,
Ella Smith.. Haxel McElroy, Jes-
mim snui;, ntnt iiuiini;, w
trade Badeau, Robert Garrett.
Eugene Doyle. Alvift Burns. Mrs.
vsag wsnar. Mr riai,iua.
Culver.- PrisciUa Melslnger and
IY - tp. at last weekend as
ruesu Jf MrJ-JS wlltS
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I3- Kirk at Newport.
r Kraiwfiiia ruumi ki Nani
I and Seuth DakeU er those r.i-
deal, visiting here are asked to
I be held Anmst 13 et McMinnvtlle
Oregon., A basket Juneheoa wjn
rved atnoon. t -iT;
OUR PRICES i
.. .will not- be
" " September 1st. ' '
Court aad Commercial Bta. :
V Sunday, July SO v .
Jones-McAlpin reunion, Sllverton Park.
Oregon branch of Engle clan, reunion at Silvertoa
Prk. ',;. .; .'-v'-:'";
. " ' Monday, July SI .
Willamette Shrine No. 2, White Shrine of Jerusa
lem, annual picnic, evening, on the. lawn of E. B. Mil
lard residence, 181 D street, , for members and famil
ies. Bring picnic baskets. ' 4.. ... . '..u
. ReciUl of students of Prof. William Wallace Gra
ham, 8:30 o'clock at Ralph Scott home, 500 North Cap
ltol street; for reservations call 0549.
Rebekahs to meet for regular business meeting, t
o'clock in Odd Fellows hall; all visiting Rebekahs in
vited to attend. -
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. Tuesday, August 1
Three Link club "and Encampment meet for potluek
dinner, : 30 o'clock. E. B- Millard residence. 181$ D
street. Bring' table service. - '
W. C. T. U.,.l o'clock In hall at Ferry and South1
Commercial 'street; 'program, and tea' meeting.- "
, ; Indoor picnic 'for: Daughters-of Nile and families,
t:SS o'clock In Masonic temple; bridge te follow din
ner hour. -
v Thursday, August S - : : . ,
Marion County ' Veterans association, Silverton
park; basket dinner. .
- Women's Benefit association, f o'eloek in Women's
Friday, August i
Joint picnic Berean - and Sterling chapters World
Wide guild, 'Hat el Green. Leave ' First Baptist chureh,
1:30 p. m., Mrs. J. Vinton Scott, speaker.
AMONG the smart affairs of
the week was the garden
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Junior Guild at the country home
of Mrs. Homer Goulet.
Resplendent In the beauty of
flowers and shrubs In natural set
ting the small tables were attrac
tive invitations for bridge and la
ter tor a charmingly served tea.
The tea service table where Mrs.
Louis Lachmund and Mrs. George
Swift presided was a pretty study
in blue and yellow. .
.Scores for the afternoon were
won by Mrs. Harry Crain and
Mrs. J. H. Wlllet, .
Guests for bridge and tea In
cluded Mrs. W. T. Jenks, Mrs. Tom
Roberts, Mrs. S. de Lisle, Mrs. C.
E. Wagner, Mrs. James Hum
phrey, Mrs. Frank. Durbln,. and
Misa Irene de Lisle. Mrs. H. H.
Olinger, Mrs. T. A. Livesley. Mrs.
A. M. Jerman, Mrs. George A.
White, . Mrs. Romeo Goulet, Mrs.
Jay Upton of Bend, Mrs. P. C.
MacDonald, Mrs. T. L. Kuhns,
Mrs. H. G. Malson. Mrs. Homer
Smith, Sr Mrs. Homer Smith, Jr.,
Mrs. Margaret Le Furgy, Mrs. T.
H. Galloway, Mrs. Ronald Jones,
Mrs. Karl Becke, Mrs. Max Car
man, Mrs. Frank Shaf er, Mrs.
Richard Stole, Mrs. Arthur Knox.
Mrs. James Laidlaw, Mrs. James
Odell, Mrs. Harry N. Crain, Mrs
Phil Newmyer, Mrs. Willis Rough
ton, Mrs.-Seymour Jones, Mrs. J.
T. Whittig, Mrs. Joseph Beveridge.
Mrs. U. G. Shipley. Mrs. V. E.
Kuhn, Mrs. Harry Willett, Mrs.
John Brophy, Mrs. Harry Wied-
mer, Mrs. A. C. F. PerryMrs. Don
Roberts, Mrs. Josephine Parrish
Stewart, Mrs. Russel Catlin. Mrs.
James Young Mrs. Frank H.
Spears, Mrs? F. M. Jordan of Se
attle,: Mrs. Henry W. Meyers, Mrs.
W. H. Lytle, Mrs. Louis Lach
mund.' Mrs. J. V. Schur, Mr. Wal
lace Bonesteele, Mrs. Thomas RI-
lea, Mrs. B. F. Pound,' Mrs. R, E.
Downing, Mrs. Arthur Moore,
Mrs. James Lewis, . Mrs. Frank
Bowersox.' Mrs. William Hamil
ton, Mrs. Roy Hurst, Mrs. John
Hunter, Mrs. Reed Rowland, Mrs.
Curtis B. Cross,' Mrs. O. C. Locke,
Mrs. William Walton, Mrs. Victor
Griggs, Mrs. C. F.1 Patton, Mrs.
Charles .Jory, Mrs. Claire Simeral,
Mrs. Alton D. Hurley. Mrs. E. K.
Kennedy, Mrs.'E. B. Gabriel, Mrs.
Lawrence Imlah, Mrs. R. H. Stew
art. Mrs. George Welleftf Mrs. Ed
win Keech, Mrs. Raymond Bone
steele, Mrs. Don Pritchett, - Mrs.
Homer Egan, Miss Page, Miss Hat-
tie Ramp, Miss Margaret Wilson,
Mini Margaret Drager, Miss Ruth-
ita Hoffnell, Miss Virginia Holt.
Mlsa Margaret Wagner, Mrs Hen
ry Cornoyer, Mrs. Percy R. Kelly,
Mrs. Wallace Carson.. Miss Rovena
Eyre and the hostess. Mrs. Ho
mer Goulet. .
-Word has reachedr Salem ef the
b 1 r t k of a son 1 to - Mr. and.
Mrs. Oral Hageddra.f . Portland
Friday. Mr. Hagedorn Is a bro
ther ef Mrs. Paul H. Haoaer and
formerly made hia kome In' Sa
lem. - - '
.L . e . - -
of Mr. aid Mra.:C Orwig has
been called to Peruana by .the
serious illness of her. grandmoth
er, Mrs.. Adallne Young. -rr .' V -
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FcmlaliM Hygienic 'AjrtlscpUe.' A
Health Bafldim .Medixm. TJRU
KOL la safe.- Imw siileble, eCld
cient eaiieepUc w Peedaet at 'the
America ' Bwreasi , -ef Personal
Hygiene. -'-ft..v uKir- .
Mr: K.;mhfar BeprecnUtrve
1342 Capital St. "- Pbae S283
. : Don't Neglect Yotr ; ;
Eyes--To Do So :- r
May Mean Trouble :
We will test your eyea and fa
the proper prescription Into
j smart looking frames for sal.
' extremely moderate eoeC Con?
i suit with us todayr-H wm pay
MONO the pretty affairs be
ing given In compliment to
Miss Sibyl White, bride-
elect of A. Leon Redfern. whose
wedding will 'be an event of
August 11. was the informal
party, given by Miss Joyce An-
oerson at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Missler In Stayton Sat
The party motored to Stayton
early in the evening and enjoyed
swimming before . an evening of
bridge concluded by a late sup
per. Miss Anderson was assisted
at the supper hour by Mrs. Don
ald Deckebach. A color scheme
of pink and Ivory was used for
the guest rooms and for table
.rreaem ior me aiiair were
Miss White, Mr. and Mrs. Don
aid Deckebach, Miss Dorothy
KreDs, Miss Dorothy Moore, Mlsa
Phyllis Hauge. Richard Devers.
Merle Long of Corvallis. Charles
HeltzeL Patt Campbell and Miss
The Three Link club met for
its regular business and social af
ternoon Friday at the Siegmund
home on Lee street. -The affair
was a garden party and Droved
delightful. Small tables were ar
ranged on the lawn and here tea
was served as a happy conclusion
to the afternoon. A color scheme
of pink and green was carried
out for table decorations. Hos
tesses for the afternoon were Eu
genla Siegmund, Murtle Bechtel,
Wilda Siegmund and Mrs. Lucy
Wins Acclaim k
- The Willamette university Phll
harmonie choir sang Its I way to
fame .and favor at the Century
af Progress exposition In Chicago
last week. ' A telegram to The
Statesman from Cameron Mar
shall, director, reads:. ;
"First appearance Philhar
monic ehoir. sang to 40.000 peo
ple. Management asked for two
extra appearances next week.
Chicago Tribune: "This choir got
down to finer things and proved
one of 'the best, small choirs
heard for, some time."
The - choir ' will . start westward
again this week, with numerous
stops, scheduled before reaching
Garden Part v
clever garden party plan
ned for this afternoon will
be that which will compli
ment the first anniversary of wee
Nancy . Lamb, daughter of Mrs,
Helen Lamb, at the home of ' the
wee maid's grandmother, Mrs.
Gay balloons, garden furniture,
small animals floating in the gar
den . pool, together' with many
flowers and the - background of
shrubs will make the setting a
perfect one for the small guests.
Miss Nancy will receive from a
canopied, flower decked corner
of the yard. .
Many older friends are invited
to call during the afternoon and
for those who care to play bridge
small tables have been set in
formally about the garden. Amonc
tnose caning will be Miss Pauline
Johnson, Miss Caroline; Parker.
Miss Doratha Cannon. Miss Nancv
Spurlln, Miss June Jackson. Miss
Jessie Blackburn, Miss Genevieve
Morgan, Miss Thora Boesen. Miss
Marguerite Elizabeth Doak, Miss
Bioise Wright, Miss Ethel Lives
ley, Mrs. Jessie Follis, Mrs. Helen
Hamilton. Mrs. Frederick S. By-
non, jr.. Mrs. Irl McSherry, Mrs.
C. D. Gabrlelson. Mrs. Jennie
Barrett, Mra. Blanche Furgeson.
Mrs. . Cilia Hughes, Mrs. Chester
Cannon, Mrs. Clarke Jackaon, and
inaries cannon, great grand
father of the small maid.
The small folk asked to greet
Miss Nancy on the momentuous
occasion include Janice Jackson,
Patricia Cannon, Frederick By-
non. Ill, Clifford Hughes. Bettv
Hughes, Donnie Evans, Georgia
Evans and Miller Follis.
Mrs. Lamb will be assisted by
Miss Doratha . Cannon, and Miss
Pioneer.. The fifth annual
wiener roast was held by the Live
Wire class of the Dallas Chris
tian church, Friday bight, at the
Bobbins oak grove. The time was
spent In singing and social con
verse after which Mrs. Burt
Curtiss, Robert Dornheeker, Clyde.
Gibbs and Clyde Robblns favored
the group with readings
RlckrealL Mrs. Jennie Demp-
sey, Mrs. Harry Dempsey and son
Ralph are spending the weekend
II. STIFF Furniture
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C. S. HAMILTON Furniture
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University Circles Busv With,
Smart Summer Social
AS the late summer advances and coIIej-aTs gain be
come a matter of immediate plans; 'society; is colored
with gay rush parties, formal
Twodelightful university parties were given-this week.
Beta Chi sorority entertained with a smartly formal bridge
luncheon in the. Green Gate room of the Spa Saturday aft
ernoon asking as special guests Miss Helen. Purvine, Miss
Margaret Doege, Miss Helen Worth Miss Jane Fisher, Miss
Julia Johnson, Miss Edna Savage, Miss. Eleanor Trindle,
Interest In American Legion
auxiliary circles la being centered
on Klamath Falls where August
10-11-1 J the fifteenth annual con
vention of the Legion and Auxil
iary will be held.
Mrs. Alice George, department
president, will preside over the
meetings which will be held in
Fremont school. The state com
mittee in charge includes Mrs. E.
Templar, Mrs. Visa Cozad, Mrs.
R. W. Browning, Mrs. R. C. Dale,
Mrs. J. H. Rhea, and Mrs. L. K.
Ceremonies will open at 9
o'clock in the Pelican theatre.
Mayor Mahoney will give the ad
dress of -welcome, and addresses
will be made by officers of the
Klamath Falls Legion and Aux
iliary and by state officers. Frank
E. Samuel, national adjutant of
the American Legion will be pres
ent and talk at this time.
Numbers will be given by the
Salem Trio and the Salem Drum
Corps and by the Rose City Glee
The annual music contest will
be held at 7:30 o'clock at Fremont
school. It is anticipated that there
will be eight or nine units compet
ing. A convention parade will be
held at night, an original feature
with this convention. It is sched
uled for 9 o'clock Thursday night.
TTls will be followed by a mid
Lunches, tea, dancing and other
social affairs are being planned
for the pleasure of the visiting
Indoor Picnic Plan
Of Nile Group ,
A smartly planned Indoor pic
nic is being arranged for Tues
day evening by the Daughters of
the .Nile for members and fami
lies. Dinner will be served at 0:30
o'clock picnic style and this will
be followed by an evening of
The committee in eharge In
cludes Mrs. Paul H. Hauser.
chairman, and Mrs. David Wright,
Mrs. O. A. Olson, and Mrs. M. C.
W. C. T. U. will meet on Tues
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at
their hall. The program will in
clude reports from the national
W.C.T.U. convention, report from
the children's form home, and a
silver tea for the benefit of the
'We have today signed up to
comply with the President's
wishes in the National Re
covery Act. ..
and informal in the university
' ' '
OMiss Evelyn Haag,Miss Dor
othy Keetciv: Miss Frances
Ellis, Miss Charlotte McQary,
Miss Grace Elizabeth Holman
and Miss Margaret Heltzel. .
The tables at the luncheon hour
were arranged In a delicate color
scheme ef blue and pink carried
out through the medium of sum
mer flowers and tapers.
For cards winning scores were
held by Miss Frances Ellis and
Miss Margaret Heltzel.
Hostesses Included Miss Doro
thy Dalk. .Miss Helen Boardman,
Miss Florence Marshall, Miss Mar
garet Purvine, Miss S a v 1 1 1 a
Phelps, Miss Isobel Morehouse.
Miss Eleanor Henderson, Miss Jo
sephine Cornoyer, Miss Roaalind
Van Winkle, Miss Mary Hazard,
Miss Hattie Ramp. Miss Eloise
White, Miss Jeryme TJpston, Miss
Margaret Savage, Miss Esther
Gibbard, Miss Dorothy Alexander,
and Miss Faye Cornutt and Miss
Another gay party of the week
In university circles waa that for
which Miss Betty-Mae Hartung
was hostess to a group of Delta
Phi sorority sisters at her home.
The tenth -annual Nebraska
Picnic will b' etd in the Cor
vallla city park August 6. Thl
picnic has always Attracted many
former Nebraskans. Last year
over one thousand were in at
tendance, coming from Ashland
on the south to Seattle, Washing
ton, and The Dalles on the nortb
and east. There are 90 counties
in Nebraska and 70 were repre
sented at the Corvallis picnic last
Francis Ziegler, Corvallis, for
merly of Monroe, Platte county,
ia president of the Nebraska Pic
nic asociation and promises an
interesting time to all who attend.
A program of good music ha
been arranged. A prominent "ex
cornhaaker" wiU deliver a 30
mthute talk and short, extempor
aneous talks will be of interest to
alL Coffee is to be furnished for
the basket luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Kuhn and
Mr. and Mrs. John Brophy motor
ed to Portland Thursday night to
attend a performance of Victor
Herbert's -The Only GirL" Whil
at the theatre they met easually
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Riggs, for
mer Salem residents and chatted
with them. Mrs. Riggs Is one of
the sponsorers for the play, th?
Victor Herbert company in Port
land. ' ; .
Mrs. J. R. Payne.