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Society News and Club Affai
Couple to Marry
, Aa engagement of much Inter
est to Balem. folk Is that ot Miss
Francos Reld, daughter of Mr. and
: Mr. E. T. Reld, to Jack Dutro,
eon ot Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Dutro of Oakland, Cal. The couple
will be married Christmas day.
The - announcement was made
known at a party Friday nlgit
girea by Miss Reid in her home.
- Miss Madge Reld assisted the
hostess at the refreshment hour.
Orange and yellow chrysanthe
mums provided the decorative
note. - : 1 ! .
Bidden to the party were the
. Misses Alta Johnson, Lottie-Nash,
Georgia Nash, .. Constance Krebs!
Dorothy Krebs Joyce Anderson,
. Phyllis Hange, Alberta Mills,
Wllma King,. Doris Quamme, De
lores Mills, Madge Meld and Mrs.
Clair Gilbert, Mrs. Elmer Rabene,
Mrs. Don - Sodeman and hostess,
Miss Frances Reld.
The bride elect attended Wll-
. lamette university where she was
. pledged to Delta Phi soroity. Mr.
Dutro is a graduate of Oregon
State college and Is affiliated wkh
Pi Kappa Phi. He is the district
dairy and milk inspector of Oak
land, where the couple will make
Elks Lodge to Have,
A memorial service will be'held
by the Elk's lodge. No. 336. la
their temple Sunday afternoon at
2 p. m. The public is invited.
I Following is the program of
Funeral march. Elk's orches
tra, C; J. Kurth, director; open
ing ritualistic ceremonies by
lodge officers; invocation, Bro
ther O. W. Emmons; "Hymn to
Night'' by American Legion auxi
liary, quartet; address by Bro
ther George Rossman, justice1 ot
the supreme coart; ;"The Long
Day Closes" by American Legion
auxiliary quartet; eulogy,1 Bro
ther August Haekestein; closing
ritualistic ceremonies by lodge of
ficers; march. Elk's orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Otjen were
. boats at a happy family dinner
Thanksgiving day. Covers were
placed for Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Otjen, Rennie Otjen, Miss Monica
Blades, Miss La Yerne 1 Proctor,
- Orien Otjen, Miss Elizabeth Ot
jen. Daryl Otjen, Miss .' Beatrice
. Ctjtn and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Otjen. '
Jessie Steele, Society Editor
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By ANNE ADAMS
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. JThe honeymoon Is over, but these newlyweds still bold hands, even when
the cameraman is looking. They are Marshall Daffield, former grid star
f the University of Southern California, and the former Dorothy Lee,
of screen fame. They are pictured at their table during the recent
TkaSau dinner in Los Angeles. i
Bertha C. Haener and . L. Klum
United at Thanksgiving Nuptials
Another Wedding of Week Makes Rose Dit
rich Bride of William Eickoff
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ParkersTille A 'wedding of
much Interest was solemnized in
Sacred Heart church of Gervais
Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 when
Miss Rose Ditrlch, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. John DItrich. be
came the rblde of William Elck
hoff of Monitor. Rev. Father
"Walsh officiated. Miss Gertrude
Weis played the wedding march.
The bride was lovely in a white
satin gown made in princess style
floor length. She wore a full
length veil with lace cap. caught,
with orange blossoms. Her bou
quet was white chrysanthemums.
Miss Bertha Eickhoff, sister of
the groom was maid of honor.
She wore blue satin and turban
to match and carried gold chrys
anthemums. The bridesmaids Miss
Elizabeth Kuhn wore pink crepe
and Miss Agness Prantl wore or
chid taffeta, with matched tur
bans. They carried orchid chrysanthemums.
Mr. Eickhoff was attended by
John Ditrich. brother ot the bride.
Ushers were John Doran and
George Hauptman. In the evening
a wedding dinner was served to
100 guests at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John Ditrich. Those assisting in
the dining room were Miss Lu
cille Prantl, Miss Freda Prantl,
Miss Madge Doran, Miss Gene
vieve Hauptman and Miss There
Out of town guests were from
Portland-and Monitor. Mr. and
Mrs. Eickhoff will make their
home at Monitor.
Mt. ngel A charmlnr wed
ding took place in St. Mary's Ca
tholic church at 8 o clock Thanks
giving morning, when Miss Ber
tha C. Haener and Jos. Leroy
Klum of Canbr were united in
marriage by Rev. Fr. Berthold.
The sanctuary was lavishly dec
orated with ferns and chrysanthe
mums in pastel shades. The bride
was beautiful in a white satin and
lace floor length dress with lace
veil worn in cap effect and held
in plac2 with Orange blossoms
Her shower bouquet was of pink
and white carnations and yellow
chrysanthemums. Miss Elizabeth
Haener. who wore turquoise blue
satin and carried yellow and white
chrysanthemums was her only at
tendant. Alfred M. Haener, bro
ther of the bride, was best man,
St. Mary's choir sang the nup
tial mass accompanied by Miss
Helen Keber, who also played the
weddinr march. Gounod's "Ave
Maria" was sung by Miss Clara
Both reception and wedding
dinner were held at the home of
: Kelzer Mr. and Mrs. G. N.
Thompson In company with Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Ostrander. son
Leiand and Robert and Donna
Unruh motored to Portland for a
Thanksgiving dinner at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paippa and
children. Porter and Donald
Phipps. Other guests were 'Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Unruh and Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd K. Kester and son,
Kicgwood. Enjoying Thanks
giving dinner at the B. B. Flack
home on Cascade Drive were Mr.
and Mrs." Mose Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E.' Hanson, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Crawford, ail t faaiem,
and tor Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Flack.
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. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark had as
Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr.
and Mrs. Robert E. Clark, Mlsa
Mildred Clark. Leo E. White,
Mrs. Nellie Knox, Miss Maxine
Clark and Ronald Clark.
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The Endnltis club will enter
tia with, an informal tea Sun
day afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock
at the Woman's clubhouse. Miss
Nell TniUen, counselor for the
club, will be the honor guest.
Zena- The Thanksgiving spirit
was manifest in numerous Zena
hmes where bountiful family
dinners were features of the day
Among those entertaining were
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Purvine who
had as their dinner guests. Mr,
and Mrs. George Reid. Jordan
Purvine, Miss Olive Skip ton,
Charles Thompson and Mlsa Mar
garet Purvine, all of Portland
Mr. and Mrs. James A. French
gave a Thanksgiving and birthday
dinner combined, John French of
Salem, being hono- guest and oth
er guests include Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde F. French and children,
Frances, Margaret, , Richard,
Clyde, Jr., and Alfred, Leora &nfi
Marie Manning and Miss Orsa
O'Flyng all of Salem and Harold
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walling had
as their dinner guests, Mrs. Flor
ence Toner, Toledo, Mr. and Mrs
Jam v Mott and children Dorothy
and Francis, Salem, Harold and
Gertrude Walling, Portland, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Walling, Lincoln
and Jesse, Jr., and Ellis Walling.
Rainbow Girls Plan
The Order of Rainbow for Girls
will hold an initiation meeting to
night at the Masonic temple. A
short business session beginning
at 7 p. m., will precede the initia
tion ceremonies at 7:45 p. m.
Miss Iris Jorgensen, worthy ad
visor, will preside. A reception
honoring the new members will be
held after the meeting.
Novitiates include the Misses
Helen Rodgers, Marjorie Knox,
Audrey Fehler, Eleanor Perry,
Dorothy Kibbe, Elaine Easton and
Miss TV Boesen
The betrothal of Miss Thora V.
Boesen to George F. Taylor will
be made known in Eugene at Miss
Boesen's home this week end. The
date for the wedding has not been
The bride - elect is very well
known in Salem In her position
as executive secretary of the Red
Cross and case supervisor of the
Marlon county relief work. She Is
a graduate of the University ot
Mr. Taylor is connected with
the -Interstate commerce commis
sion with offices in Washington,
D. C.',.and is a graduate of West
Mrs. McCall Hostess
Mrs. Marie Flint McCall enter
tained a bevy of friends on
Covers were laid at the 1
o'clock dinner for 16 at a table
centered with a bowl of yellow
and white chrysanthemums guard
ed by yellow tapers in silver holders.
The afternoon was snent In
formally, a late supper was serv
ed and the evening spent at
Bidden were Mrs. M. M. Cnsirk.
Dr. Willis Morse, Mr. and Mrs.
Corydon Blodget and son Cory
don, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Utely and
son Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Allen and daughter Betty, Henry
aicuaii, miss Edith Ross, George
Baker and the hostess. Mrs. Marie
Miss Chapman Fetes
Miss Ruth Chapman was hos
tess to members of her bridge
club Friday. Mrs. Charles Clag-
gert is instructing the group in
Chrysanthemums In shades of
yellow and bronze were about the
rooms. A late luncheon was serv
ed by the hostess.
Present were the Misses Betty
Mae Hartung, Velma May, Grace
Elizabeth Holman, Iris Jorgen
sen, Josephine McGilchrist, Mar
garet Nunn, Elizabeth Looney,
Hazel Johnson, Cynthia Delano,
Viola Crozler, Fern Harris, Mrs.
Charles Claggett and hostess,
Mrs. Hattie Given and son,
Harry Given, are spending a week
in Newport, where they were for'
. Mlsa Mary J. Llttlefield. Girl
Scout camp advisor for the Pa
cific coast, la .a visitor in Salem
this week.' She is staying at the
Marion while conferring with
Scout leaden In the city.
Miss " Llttlefield believes that
there is a splendid field for scout
ing in Salem that baa not been as
yet developed. The camp she has
visited at Lebanon la one ot the
finest she has ever seen, the ad
Miss Llttlefield has been In Girl
Scout work for 13 years and has
been a member of the national
staff for the past two years. In
summer she visits camps and de
velops their programs and im
proves the standards ot camps.
During the winter months she
gives training, organizes groups
and confers with leaders on local
She is an ardent football fan.
I having been 1 Interested in the
game ever since she was a stu
dent at the University of Cincin
nati. Ohio. She Diana to be In the
south"at the time of' the Rose
i Bowl game.
From Salem Miss Llttlefield
will go to Albany,. Lebanon, Eu
gene and thence south.
remit Road Work Permis
sion for the construction of a
grade crossing of the Columbia
River highway, on a spur track
of the O. W. R. & N. In Umatilla
county, was granted the highway
commission yesterday by Public
Utilities Commissioner C. M.
Thomas. The highway commis
sion was ordered to pay the. costs
of necessary work.
' SOCIAL CALENDAR
Saturday, December t
Woman's Relief corps, regular meeting, I p. m.
Order ot Rainbow for Girls, Initiation meeting-, T
p. VLi Masonic temple. " .
NIG LOATH TO MOVE
Firemen's Cat Can't Understand New Home
HAMBURGER IS BRIBE
It was just toot much tor Nig,
big, black feline mascot of the
Salem fire department when fire
men attempted to take him along
with them yesterday to their tem
porary quarters at 272 North
High street. Nig, who came to the
department six years ago, a wet,
whimpering ball ot kitten fur,
When the CWA crew undertook
the task of tearing np the wood
en flooring at central station. Nig
fled. Fireman W. H. "Bill" Bech
tel had to buy a nickel's worth of
hamburger to entice Nig from the
hideout he retreated to under the
floor of a nearby building.
Today was Nig's yowling day,"
firemen said. Not even the fact
that he was in the familiar hands
of a fireman kept fear from well
ing up In the feline heart ot Nig
when he was carried into the fire
men's new sleeping room. He let
out many loud meows.'
Once inside the new quarters,
Nig remained perched through
out the day on the cushioned
bench by the stove, refusing to
get down and walk about on the
cold concrete floor.
The five fire trucks and the
runabout rig will be kept in the
garage facing Chemeketa street:
firemen will sleep and lounge in
the old Valley Motor company
showroom on High. Alarm tele
phones have been connected up
here but the alarm siren will be
rung only when there is a fire
man available to dash over to the
old central station switch. Chief
Harry Hutton said.
It is expected the job of re
placing the present central station
floor with a reinforced concrete;
one will be completed early In
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AURORA, Dee. 1. Funeral
rites for George Miller, 78, who
died here Thursday, wilt be held
Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock at
the Miller chapel.
Mr. Miller, son ot William and
Catherine Miller who were mem
bers ot the pioneer Aurora col
ony, was born in , Bethel, Mo..
October 8, 1855, and came with
his parents to Aurora at the time
the colony was founded.
Miller was engaged In the ser
vices ot the Southern Pacific rail
way company from October 1,
1883, to November 1, 1925, when
he was pensioned. He was a mem
ber of the Order i of Railroad
Telegraphers when i retired, and
also belonged to the local .Knights
of Pythias lodge. I
He leaves the widow, Emily
Miller, a .daughter, Mrs, George
E. Askia of Aurora; fonr sons,
James A. of San Francisco, An
drew F. .of Aurora,! Alvin W. of
Portland, and George W. of Pres
cott. A sister, Mrs. David Wolfer
liTes at Molalla. j
FEWER CO IDS
,Vjck$ Hose Drops
O (Fan details of Vicks Colds -Control Plan in each Vicks package)
Credit Group to
Nominating committee looking
toward annual election of officers j
of the Salem Retail Credit asso
ciation was announced yesterday
at the weekly meeting, and in
cludes: Phil Holmes, ; Ralph Glo
ver, George Averett,! Miss May
Seely and Miss Kathryn M. Car-
The annual election will beheld
at the dinner meeting Thursday,
December 14, when the member
ship and attendance contest will
come to an end. So far the men
have an 83-poInt lead on the
women in the contest.
Accident Reported F. Lane,
828 Marion street, reported to
city police yesterday, ! the car he
was driving at Mission and High
streets collided with an automo
bile operated by A. N. Doerfler,
of Silverton. No one was in-lured.
Unusual Gifts to Make for Christmas
1. 461 Monogram in three
sizes, center letter measuring 1,
2 or 3 inches. The letters are
given separately; the right and
left side initials form a diamond
when grouped with the center in
itial. 2. 482 Complete Illustrated di
rections for crocheting boutoa
nieres, also suggestions for other
arrangements of the petals and
leaves and direction for making
them of bought lace or fabric
8. 52 4 Yardages and detailed
directions for making . accessory
bag, cover for a receipe index and
four markers for the silver bags,
with transfer 'pattern tor the
simple embroidery motifs. -
4. 4S2 Transfer patter of Jig
saw picture, with guide and f uli
directions for making it. Price of
pattern, 10 cents. Package of felt
In seven harmonious
6. 604 Detailed directions and
yardages for making laundry
bag. clothes bag, hanger cover,
shoe bag and a transfer pattern
of the flowers and lea? sprays.
8. 525 Yardages and detailed
directions for making clothespin
apron-bag, three pot-holders and
three ice-box-bags, with transfer
pattern tor the simple embroidery
7. 484 Transfer pattern ot em
broidery motif for the bag, face of
the pincushion and the floral
shapes ot the pot-holder and com
plete directions for making the
Send 10 cents for each pattern
(on ordering 462 send 18 cents
additional for felt) to The Oregon
Statesman Needlecraft Dept., 215
South Commercial street. .
Buy them now while this price is in e&Sect
Other well-known brands have already ad
vanced. When this stock is gone we will
have to pay more and get more Sor Florsheims i
Over 500 Pairs on Sale sit
GET THEM NOW AS THEY WILL SOON BE HIGHER. MANY OF OUR CUS
TOMERS ARE BUYING TWO AND THREE P A I RS I N ANTICIPATION OF
THE GENERAL RISE IN ALL PRICES. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF,
BLACK AND BROWN OXFORDS AS WELL AS HIGH SHOES; THE HIGH
SHOES ARE $7.85.
2 RUBBER HEELS PUT ON YOUR SHOES ANYDAY 2g