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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1933)
Society News and Club Affairs
Jessie Steele, Society Editor
An interesting affair of tonight
tiU bo ttao dinner and Informal
.evening given by the ladles' aux
iliary of the Marion-Polk-Yamhill
Medical association in honor of the
.physicians and surgeons who ara
members of. the association, their
Dinner will bo senred at :30
o'clock in the Masonic temple with
100 guests expected. The Thanks
giving motif will bo nsed with
bright fall flowers and tapers dec
orating the tables. This is the first
affair of its kind that the aux
iliary has ever siren.
-:.r Aa hoar's - Informal entertain
meat and a tratel talk by C. W.
Noble will follow the dinner.
, Cards and dancing will be enjoyed
; later. - "
Mrs. Carl Emmons, president -of
the auxiliary, is chairman for the
. vent, assisted by Mrs. V. A.
. Douglas, Unu C. A- Downs, Mrs.
Burton Myers, Mrs. Prince Byrd,
Mrs. La ban Steeres and Mrs.
I Mother's Club Gives
A beautifully appointed 1 o'clock
luncheon was given by the Delta
Phi Mother's club at the home of
Mrs. Rob Babcock Monday after
noon. The affair is a traditional
Guests were seated at one long
table centered with a basket of
cardinal and gold chrysanthe
mums, flanked by tall orange tap
ers. I Mrs. O. W. Emmons spoke in
, formally on books, and Mrs. C. P.
' Bishop gave a history of Ihe
' founding of the Salem public lib
rary. Plans were made for a
Christmas party "at the chapter
Special guests were patronesses
of the sorority and included Mrs.
R. J. Hendricks, Mrs. Roy Hewitt,
Mrs. W. T. Jenks, Mrs. Hal Pat
ton, Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs.
C. P. Bishop.
Members present were Mrs.
Fred A- Well, Mrs. A. . L. Dark,
Mrs. M. C.Findley, Mrs. Lillian
Hagman, Mrs. A. M. Chapman,
Mrs. J. F. Ulrich, Mrs. Edward M.
Wunder, Mrs. L. O. Clement, Mrs.
W. H. Brets, Mrs. C. F. Gillette,
' Mrs. Elisabeth Gallaber, Mrs. A.
C. Haag, Mrs. O. W. Em men s,
Mrs. H. R. Worth, Mrs. Gordon
Blach, Mrs. L. L. Laws, Mrs. H. S.
Bosshard, Mrs. W. R. Speck, Mrs.
Jessnp, Mrs. Lee Unruh and Mrs.
Gerrais Mrs. A. B. Adklnsson
entertained recently with a sur
prise birthday dinner in compii
ment for Mr. Adkinsson. Bridge
was the pastime. Present were
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Mackenzie, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Rodgers and Dr.
Victor Morris, all of Salem, Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Cutsforth, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Harper and Miss Eth
el Conway. Mr. Mackenzie and Dr.
Morris were high bridge players
Miss Lois Rlggs has returned
from Portland where she attended
the wedding of Miss Freda Stadter
and George Barron. Miss Riggs
and Mrs." Barron were classmates
at the University of Oregon, where
both were affiliated with Kappa
The Chemawa grange and home
economics club will sponsor a sil
ver tea Wednesday afternoon from
: 2 to 5 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Walter Oldenburg, West Keizer.
Interesting heirlooms will be on
The Woman's Missionary so
ciety of the First Evangelical
church will hold a thank offer
ing meeting and silver tea Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. J. A. Tem-
togton, 218 1 Chemeketa.
Molalla. Mrs. George Gregory
won first prixe for women and Dr.
Leon Holder-for men at a bridge
party jflven Thursday night by the
MasoTSI for Eastern Star members
. and friends. Nine tables of cards
Tuesday, November U
Chi Delta chapter, Delphlani meet with Mrs. Brady,
. Royal Court apts., 9 a. m.
Beta Chi mother's club, chapter house, 1:30 p. m.
Junior Guild. St. Paul's Episcopal church, 12 o'clock
no host covered dish luncheon at home of Mr. Homer
Smith, Sr 75 N. Summer.
Mrs. C. A. Park's bible class, 2 p. m., at.her home,
1589 Chemeketa street.
Ladies of McCormick class, First Mi E. church, aft
ernoon meeting at home Mrs. Marion Curry, 2455 Trade.
Sons of Union War Veterans and auxiliary meeting,
8 p. m. Woman's clubhouse. Installation of officers.
Ladies to wear white.
Bridge tournament, 8 p. m., Marion hotel.
Wednesday, November IS'
West Central Circle, First Methodist church, at
home Mrs. Ronald Glover, 635 N. Commercial St
Executive board, A. A. U. W-, 8 p. m., home Mrs.
Frank Spears, 1309 Chemeketa.
Woman's Union, First ' Congregational church, at
home Mrs. W. E. Hansen. 820 N. Cburch, 2:80 p. m.
East central circle. First M. E. church, at home Mrs.
T. D. Tarnes, 1151 Chemeketa St., 2:30 p. m.
Silver tea, home Mrs. Walter Oldenburg, West Rei
ser, 2 to 5 p. m.
Lucy Ann Lee circle, First M. E. church, home Mrs.
H. I. Standley, 1725 State, 2:30 p. m.
Hanna Rosa court, order of Amaranth, 6:30 dinner
at Masonic temple. Meeting 8 p. m. Visiting guests.
First Evangelical church, W. M. S. thank offering
meeting and silver tea, 2 p. m. with Mrs. J. A. Reming
ton, 2186 Chemeketa.
Potluck dinner, 6:30 p. m. followed by illustrated
lecture. Court Street Christian church.
Thursday, November 16
U. S. Grant circle No. 5, LadieB of G. A. R., at
home Mrs. Lena S. Taylor, 1795 Fairgrounds road.
Faculty Women's club, 2:30 p. m. home Mrs. E. C.
Richards. 9S6 Center st.
Chapter G, P. E. O., dessert luncheon at Delta Phi
house. 1610 Court st.
Hayesville Woman's club with Mrs. Hans Christof
ferson, 2 to 4:30 p. m.
Friday, November 17
Talk at Y. M. C. A., 8 p. m. by C. W. Noble on re
cent tour of China. Music. Public Invited.
Mrs. C. A. Park's bible class party In church parlors,
2 p.m. s
Unitarian Women's Alliance, "Swedish" luncheon,
Emerson room of the church, 1 o'clock.
Neighbors of Woodcraft, Fraternal temple, 8 p. m.
Gervais. Mrs. Romeo Gouley
was hostess at her home Friday
afternoon fori a charming tea for
the Past Matrons club of Gervais
chapter, O. E. S.. when members
of the Woddburn and Salem chap
ters were special guests.
Chrysanthemums and tapers
were effectively arranged about
the room and on the serving
tables, with snapdragons on the
piano offering a pleasing note.
Musical numbers by Joy Turner
Moses, violinist, and Mrs. Nellie
Ramp, soloist, were enjoyed.
Pouring were Mrs. Monnie Hou
ser, grand worthy matron of the
O. E. S., and Mrs. Mabel Settle
meier, first hour; Lana Beechler,
matron of Chadwlck chapter, and
Lilly Bitney, second hour, and
Elizabeth Brown and Claire Ells
worth, third hour. Hatty Ramp
and Kay Gouley served.
Aurora A notation on the cal
endar of those who enjoy a game
of bridge was a 12:30 luncheon
given by Mrs. E. S. Bradtl, Sat
urday, in compliment to her
bridge club. Honors to additional
guests were awarded to Mrs. P. O.
Ottoway, Mrs. Arthur Keil, and
Mrs. A. L. Strickland. Mrs. Bradtl
was assisted during the afternoon
by her daughter Martha.
Pleasantdale. Mrs. J. W. Sims
entertained the Plasantdale Needle
club and four guests at her home
Friday afternoon. Guests were
Mra. R. L. Clark, Mrs. J. B. Crab
tree, Mrs. Vernon Foster, Mrs.
Lewis Nichals. Annual election of
officers resulted as follows: Pres
ident, Mrs. Clarence L. Fowler;
vice-president, Mrs. George Fos
ter; secretary - treasurer, Mrs.
Union Hill The Woman's club
met Friday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. q, C. Carter. Mrs. Hugh
Hurt presided. Mrs. George Scott
gave an Interesting review on a
book of pioneer history by Sarah
Tne hostess was assisted by
Mrs. w. H. Tate and Mrs. B. E
Bower. Mrs. W. R. Heater will be
hostess at the meeting, in two
M. A. Nicely of Portland spent
Saturday night and Sunday at the
nome or A. E. Robertson in Tur
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fowler.
Nora Heseman and Oran Robert
son or Salem were dinner gests
a tne Kooertson home Sunday.
Miss Kaye Goulet and Jack Mc
Cullough were two TTnivprit f
hCfegon students who visited In
rrj. m .
of tern over the weekend.
PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS
League to Meet
The Salem Arts league will hold
an open meeting tonight at 8
o'clock In the auditorium of the
public library. A council meeting
at 7; 30 p. m. will precede the gen
H. C. Leavenworth la the speak
er of the evening and will talk on
his recent Journey across the
northern part of the United States
with special .reference to yellow
stone park and the Black - Hills.
Mra. F. H. Van Trump, chairman
of the program committee, will in
troduce the speaker.
Mrs. Jessie Singleton will re
view an anthology t short stor
ies by Lawrence D'Orsey which
the league has presented to the
city library. - - .
. Mrs. William Fordyce Fargo,
president, requests the writer's
lection under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Singleton, the history sec
tion' under Mrs. John Clifford,
the sketch class under Mrs. Ella
Hathaway, and the creative the
atre group under Perry Reigle
man to be in attendance as the
meeting is of special interest to
Portland Art Exhibit
An exhibition of old Italian
paintings is no wbeing shown at
the Museum of Art in Portland.
This is the first opportunity
given m the northwest to -see
many original examples from the
great period of Italian art begin
nlng with the 14th and 15th cen
turies. These are from old altar-
pieces in tempera on panels of
wood. Oil paintings of the High
Renaissance are also shown. Some
fine portraits are included.
The paintings are from the col
lection of Samuel H. Kress of
New York, to whose generosity
the museum is indebted for the
Art lovers and study groups in
neighboring cities will undoubt
edly be interested. .
The art museum. West Park'
and Madison streets, is free and
open daily from 10 a. m. to 5
p. m., Sundays and holidays, 2
to 5 p. m.
The exhibition will close No
Liberty. The Women's club
will hold its annual child welfare
silver tea Thursday at 2 o'clock
at the community hall as a bene
fit for the school hat lunch pro
ject. Vegetables are solicited and
everyone is invited to attend. In
addition to the program to be fur
nished by school children, there
will be several numbers by chil
dren from the state blind school
and a demonstration of their work.
The Salem Credit Women's
Breakfast club will bear Miss
Augusta Notdurft tell of her re
cent month's tour of Europe this
morning at their 7 a. m. meeting.
"Mum Show to Open
The Salem Heights community
club will sponsor s chrysanthe
mum show today and Wednesday
at the clubhouse. Entries may
be made this morning. Exhibit
ors are to furnish their own con
tainers and have flowers arrang
ed before 1 p. m. this afternoon.
Ribbons and prises will be
awarded in each of the eleven
classes which are as follows:
Class A: Large chrysanthe
mums disbudded, 1. Best single
bloom; 2. Best vase or basket.
Class B: Anemone flowered
chrysanthemums, 1. Best stem of
blooms; 2. .Best vase of three
stems; 3. Best basket.
Class B: Pompons. 1. Best
single stem; 2. Best basket.
Class D: Disbudded pompons.
1. Best vase of 3 blooms; 2. Best
rase or basket.
Class E: Pompons of the baby
or button type, 1. Single stem;
2. Best vase of 6 stems; '3. Best
Class F: Single chrysanthe
mums, 1. Best vase of 3 stems;
2. Best vase or basket.
Class G: R a g.g e d Japanese
type, 1, Best vase or basket,
Class H: Best vase or basket,
any size, of mixed chrysanthe
Class I: Best chrysanthemum
arrangement for table decoration.
. Class J: Chrysanthemum novelties.
Class V.: Chrysanthemums in
Sans Souci Club Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dencer en
tertalned members of the Sans
Souci dub at their, country home
in the Liberty district recently.
Four tables of 500 were in play
during the evening, with high
scores going to Mrs. Joy Turner
Moses and- M .P. Dennis. Second
high honors went to Mrs. M. P.
Dennis and Guy Wiliams.
At a late hour luncheon was
sered by the hosts.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. William Moses, Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. M. P.
Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles An
dresen, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Case,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Auman, Mr. and
Mrs. Lyle Rains.
Jefferson Miss Margaret Coch
ran, whose marriage to Charles
Hart, Jr., will be an event of the
near future, was the inspiration
for a miscellaneous shower Satur
day night at the home of Mrs.
Charles Hart, three miles south- j
east of Jefferson.
Present were Miss Cochran
Zone Seipp, Pauline and Eleanor
Looney, Lucille and Calista Pratt,
Jean McKee, Frances and Mar
garet Goin, Vera Watkins, Mrs.
Wesley Barnes, Mrs. Lincoln Wa
terman, Lucille Barnes, Gladys
Calahan, Mrs. K. S. Thurston and
daughter Mickey, Vivian Chain,
Mrs. Norris Looney, Jessie Hart,
Bubbles Hart, Royal Hart, Mrs.
Cochran and her niece, and the
hostess, Mrs. Hart.
Miss Gwendolyn Davidson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davidson
of Wheatland, whose marriage to
Kendall Kobban of McCoy has
been announced, Miss Viola Se-
tala and Misa Eloise Badger en
tertained Sunday afternoon with
a miscellaneous shower at me
home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wil
son." Attending were the honor
guest. Miss Gwendolyn Davidson,
Ellen and Eloise Baager, vioia
Setala, -Helen Parvin, Eleanor
Maaser. Helen Gibba. irma mica-
ell. Myrtle and Mildred Petri, Cleo
Odom, Jean Johnson, Lois Vin
cent, Lois Wllsoa, Lorene Tomp
kins, Mrs. Lois Newman. Mrs. Ste
phens, Mrs. Roy Davidson, Mrs.
Clarence Badger and Mrs. Eugene
Chapter G, P. E. O., will be en
tertained by. Mrs. Lillian Hagman
at the Delta Phi house witn a aes
sert luncheon Thursday afternoon.
Miss Josephine Gray will be as
High School' Faculty
Salem high school library was
the scene of a delightfully infor
mal tea yesterday afternoon when
LMiss Alta Kershner, high school
librarian, Miss Mabel P. Robert
son, dean of girls, and Mrs. Eula
Creech, head of the , home eco
nomics department, entertained
the high school faculty and" ad
ministration. . Jardinieres of pur
ple and bronse - button chrysan
themums on the wide, low book
cases beneath the windows, to
gether with a specially prepared
table of books added to the color
of the cheerful book-lined room.
Miss Robertson and Miss Car
lotta Crowley presided at the
long service table centered with
a bowl of roses. The Misses Mu
riel Wassam, Carolyn . Hunt, Bet
ty Dotson, M a x i n e Gahlsdorf ,
Eleanor Cnrtis and Alice Chand
ler assisted with the! serving.
The tea was surprise event
for the guests, who were called
together for a -faculty meeting
apd served to call attention to
the opening of book week in the
city's schools. Jn the office of
Assistant Principal R. W. Taven
ner, adjoining the library, an uni
que display of doom was
The Banna .Rosa court. Order
of Amaranths, will hold, a :3
o'clock diflaef la the Masonic tem
ple Wednesday flkt in honor of
visiting 3n4;efieers and mem
bers of various courts in Portland
and Eugene. A paaiaeaa session
will follow the dinner at I p. m.
is that a bi
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.VDiSL MEN'S SOX BROKEN LINES CLOSING OUT LADIES'
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low price of . i high grade dress sox well . and suede. Also Mandruka mh black and brown straps' top handles un'
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LADIES' SPORT SHOFS LADIES' LADIES' GIRL SCOUT
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All leathers in brown,
black and gray. Values to
$8.50 go at one low price
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Dr. L. J. Williams, Chiropodist
Regular lines of Archpttierven and
children's Proper Bilt shoes are the
only exception in this sale.
We have a long line to se
lect from and practically
all sizes in the lines. $8.50
Brown, black and gray. A
big value ".at $10. Get a
pair while they, last at
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