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The OHEGQtf STATES1IAN, Satoa. Oregon, Friday 'Morning; December is, 193
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Saturday night will mark the
formal and J Informal entertain-1
ments given each term by fratern
ities of Willamette unlversitr. '
Sigma Tan will be host for a
formal dinner at the Marlon hotel
at 7:30 o'clock. A. ship motif will
be carried oat with a large plaque
o? the fraternal i ship enshrined
above the toastmaster and email
models on the table. Cedar ear-
lands will be festooned along the
walla glistening with silver "icic
les." Blue flood lights will play
on tae wans and on the table dec-
' orations,' - j f i j
Prof, and Mrs. E. S. Oliver are
patrons for the affair. Following!
the- dinner the house qnartet will
serenade. Frank Haley is 1n '
charge of arrangements.
; Alpha Pat Delta members: and 1
their guests will be entertained
with an informal Banquet at !
Cole's cafe. Fraternal colors of
yellow and purple will be used
In decorating and there will be I
a program between courses. Prof.
and Mrs. W. C. Jones are acting
as chaperones. .
Kappa Gamma Rho has Invited
a bevy of the university .set to a
gay cabaret party at the chapter
house. Small tables, centered with
a modernistic motif of red, black
and white, will be . used. There
will, be feature numbers. Mr,
and Mrs. Otto K. Paulas are pat
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' Eagles Auxiliary Has
The auxiliary to the Fraternal
Order , of . Eagles met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Hazel Magnasen on North 18th
street.: . !
A business meeting and sewing
occupied the afternoon with re
freshments served late. Fall flow
ers and fern were placed about
In attendance were Mrs. Rose I
Harland. Mrs. Margaret Filsinger,
Mrs. . Gussie Shaw, Mrs. Hazel
Marshall. Mrs. Keoekan Heatn,
Mrs.. Lucille Tumbleson, Mrs.
Florence Hanenkraut, Mrs. Ruth
Bressler, Mrs. Julia. Smith, Mrs.
Frances Boyt, Mrs. Rachel Lantz
end hostesses, Mrs. Magnasen.
Rainbow Girls Meet
The Order of Rainbow for Girls
will have.; an initiation meeting
Saturday night at the Masonic
temple, beginning at 7 p. m. Mem
bers of Chadwick assembly, O. E.
S., will be special guests. A recep
tion will follow the meeting.
Novitiates include the Misses
Alice ; Chandler, Sedonla -Keith,
Florence v Utter, Ruth tHUlman,
Roberta McGilchrist and Mary
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When sister begins to wonder
about "what to wear' it's time to
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showing' her how to tastefully
select J the patterns and fabrics.
We had these youthful beginners
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Sigma Tau Mother's meeting, chapter house, aft
ernoon. Unitarian Women's alliance luncheon at home Mrs.
. Claudius Thayer. 255 N. Capitol.
Englewood Woman's club, at home Mrs. Watson
Townaend, 1115 N. 19 th, 2 p. m.
Mock trial program, Calvary Baptist church, 7:30
. p. m Public lnrited.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary, annual Chrlstmaa party,
home Mrs. Leroy Hewlett, 515 N. Bummer, 2 p. m.
Thimble club. Neighbors of Woodcraft, home Mrs.
Jane Wallace. All day meeting, potluck luncheon at
. Saturday, Decerrber 16
Executive board meeting, B. P. W. club at 5 p. m.
Masonic temple. Regular dinner meeting 6:30 p. m.
AJLU.W. luncheon meeting. Masonic temple, 1p.m.
-.Mrs. Richard Seholx. dean of women at Reed college,
Woman's Relief corps, 2 p. m., Millers hall.
Order of Rainbow, Initiation meeting. Masonic tem
ple, T p. m. Chadwick assembly, O. E. S., special guests.
Pythian Sisters Elect
Central ia temple No.' 11, Py
thias Sisters, elected officers at
their meeting Wednesday night.
Miss Lettle Ray was Initiated into
the order. Refreshments were
served late in the evening.
New officers are as follows:
P.C., Mrs. Lettle Hansen; M.E.C.,
Miss Myrtle Burk; E.S., Mrs. Jen
nie Gould: E.J., Mrs. Florence
Shipp; manager. Miss Lettie Ray;
M. of R. O. C, Mrs. Lucille Comp-
ton; M. of F., Mrs. Mae Gohlke;
protectory Mrs. Mamie Calloway;
guard and trustee, Mrs. Azzle
Hixson; installing officer, Mag
gie Knighten; captaiu of degree
staff. Bill -Gould; musician, Mrs.
Frances Greenwood; press corres
pondent, Mrs. Florence Shipp.
Presidents of V. F. W.
The Past Presidents' club of the
V.F.W. auxiliary was entertained
at the home of Mrs. Carl Abrams
Wednesday night. Time was spent
in sewing on Christmas sacks for
the party to be given Wednesday
of next week. Refreshments were
Present were Mrs. Onas Olson,
Mrs. Dsn Woelke, Mrs. Roy Rem
ington, Mrs. Wm. H. Rush, Mrs
Bryan H. Conley, Mrs. Henry
Sims and hostess, Mrs. Abrams.
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Lutheran Guild Elects
The ladles' guild of the Ameri
can Lutheran church met Wednes
day afternoon with the largest at
tendance of the year. Seventy
members were present.
The following officers were
elected: President. Mrs. W. J.
Hagedorn; first vice-president,
Mrs. 0. Sedarstrom;. second Tico
president, Mrs. R. C. Arpke; sec
retary, Mrs. W. C. Clare; treas
urer, Mrs. George Fake; financial
secretary, Mrs. C. C. White; mis
sionary study chairman, Mrs.
Claude Glenn; pianist, Mrs. A. A.
Miss Martha Floer gave a group
of vocal Selections and Mrs Claude
Glenn led the missionary study
hour. . v-
Hostesses were Mrs. Max Gebl-f
har. Mrs. E. H. Thompson and
Mrs. W. C. Clare.
Miss Six Announces
The engagement of Miss Muriel
Six to David K. Friesen was an
nounced Monday night at the
John Huston home. The occasion
was a large party given by the
Nazarene ypung people.
News of the betrothal was con
tained in a telegram. The evening
was spent informally with 75
guests in attendance. The date for
the wedding has not been Set.
Miss Six Is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. M. Six and has attend
ed the Northwest Nazarene col
lege at Nampr.'Ida. Mr. Friesen
makes his home in Salem and is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Frie
sen of Dallas. He attended Salem
high school. - r
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4 ONLY NOVELTY
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To Dine, Dance
The first of a series of smart
formal dinner dances will bo giT
en by the officers of the national
guard stationed In Multnomah
county. Saturday night in the
ball room of the armory at Port
land. National guard officers of
neighboring cities and their guests
are bidden to the affair.
Among those going up from
Salem are Major - General and
Mrs. George A. White, Brigadier-
General and Mrs T. E. Rllea,
Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs. Ray
mond R. Olson, Lieutenant-Colo
nel and Mrs. Joseph B. Schnr,
Major and Mrs. Elmer Y.Wooton,
Captain and Mrs. Willie E. Vin
cent. Captain and Mrs. B. V.
Pound,' Lieutenant, and. Mrs. Ar-
mia Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Earl W.
Sneil. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiddle,
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas. Mc
Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bone
steele, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Comp
ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Buslck,
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill oaling and
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Johnson.
Program to Be Given
At A. A. U, W.
A splendid program is antici
pated by members of th'e A. A. U.
W. for their Saturday luncheon
meeting at the Masonic temple
at 1 o'clock.
Mrs. Richard Scholz, dean of
women at Reed college, will be
the speaker. She appeared In Sa
lem two years ago at a similar
affair and was so enjoyed that
she is returning by popular re
Two Krelsler numbers for the
violin will be played by Mary Tal
madge Headrick, accompanied by
Fram.es Virginie Melton.
. Members may bring guests and
anyone eligible for membership in
the association is Invited to at
tend the luncheon. All are asked
to make reservations as soon as
possible with Isabel Childs, 7206
Sllrerton. The Modern' Wood
men were hosts to the Royal
Neighbors at a social night Wed
nesday night. Dancing and games
were featured and at the close of
the evening the men served lunch.
During the evening Otto Dahl
gave a group of readings.
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Rebekahs Honor State
a.' Terr r vieasani: evening, was
soent br the Rebekahs and their
families and friends that attend
ed the potluck .dinner served la
the dining room of the Odd Fel
lows' hall, Monday night in honor
of thestate president, Esther Fris-
bee Bond, by the committee of
Jessie Moored, Dora Hill, Ina
Fischback, Helen McLeod, Sadie
McClain, Pearl Swauson and Ar-
During the dinner hoar Mar
garet Thompson sang, accompan
ied by Agnes Moisen; Alena and
Emily Bremmer gare a violin
duet, accompanied by Mary .Sny
The decorations carried out the
Christmas motif with red tapers
placed about tie rooms and ever
green of red and green In bas
kets. Decorations were taken cars
of by Anna Hunsaker, Lora Mc-
Gee and Carrie Jennings.
Officers that were introduced
by Elsie Townsend, Jessie Moored
and Helen McLeod. were: Esther
Frishee Bond, state president" of
the Rebekah Assembly; Grace
Christlanson, vice-president of the
Rebekah Assembly; Cora Heaton,
warden of the Assembly: Anna
Kruse, conductor of 'the Assem
bly; Ora Cosper, secretary of the
Assembly; Ethel Fletcher, past
president; Mildred McMahen, past
president; Mrs. Eva Lytell, the
matron of the Odd Fellows' home
in Portland; coral McNeill, dis
trict deputy president of Salem
lodge; Chas. P. Poole, deputy
grand master of Oregon; Sig.
Harris, grand junior warden; ZZ
G. Henderson, past grand patri
arch; Alma Henderson, marshal
of the Assembly.
A gift was presented to the
president from the Salem lodge
by Coral McNeill and the F. L.
girls put on a fancy drill at which
time they presented a gift to the
The entertainment committee
of Alma Henderson, Adeline Lank
tree, Yerda Olmsted and Victoria
Stiffler had the following pro
gram arranged: the Barrick quar
tet in vocal numbers, vocal trio
from the Knight Memorial church
accompanied by Rev. Stover, Char
les Poole Quartet from Eugene,
Rebekah orchestra and trio with
readings from one of the mem
bers George Meisinger, A i 1 e e n
Moorea gave vocal numbers ac
companied by Alena Bremmer,
reading by the president on Odd
Rayon Panties, Bloom
ers and Vests
Full Fashioned Chiffon
or Service Weight Hose
Five -Tear Diary, Lock
Table Covers, novelty
Our Glassware and Crockery
Departments Offer Many
Assorted Flame -shaped
bulbs, wire and plugs in
complete ... Wa7l
We Have a Special
Values to 50c,
Values to $1.00
Special : .
:Stay ton; Complimenting Mr.
and Mrs. .Herman DeTley, newly
weds, -Misses -Beulah Weddle and
Blrdeen Toemen, entertained with
a delightful dinner party at the
Weddle home Tuesday night. Cor-.
era were laid for the honor guests,
Misses Eleanor Tonkin, Blrdeen
Toe man and- Beulah. Weddle and
Deryl Shelton. Walter Bell and
Fernando Smith; Following the
dinner, the evening was spent
Mr. and -Mrs. Oliver Lesley or
Spokane are guests this week at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Lesley. They are ac
companled by Mrs. O. Lesley's sis
ter, her husband and son, and are
on their way to San Francisco.
Set o Christmas decorations
predominated ? at the nicely ap
pointed and delightfully informal
meeting, of the Scio "500" club at
the home of Mrs. Arch Ray Tues
day afternoon. Mrs. V. J. Philippl
and Mrs. J. A. Withers, substi
tuted for Mrs. Burl Betzer and
Mrs. Frank Sens. Mrs.' Fhfllppi
cored high while Mrs. E. Phil
lips held the record In the oppos
ite extreme. -
An ovening party is to be held
Friday of this week at the J. F.
Weselr home, with. Mrs. Wesely,
Mrs. E. Phillips and Mrs. Fred
Roadarmel as hostesses.
Pleasantdale. The Aloha
Needle club are sponsoring
Christmas party with a 7 o'clock
chicken supper, a feature, for the
members and their families at the
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Edwards home
Thursday night, December 21.
Dayton. Seventeen members
attended the Christmas party of
the Dayton Rebekah lodge Past
Noble Grand club and regular
monthly business meeting at the
Carl Mitchell home Tuesday. Mrs.
Herman Louis was joint hostess
with Mrs. Mitchell. The next meet
ing will be held at the Scott Ed
wirds home in Pleasantdale.
Summit Hill Mrs. Le Nora
Corder left for Oakland, Califor
nia, after spending two months at
her ranch with Mr. and Mrs. G. F
Booth. Mr. and Mrs. Booth gave a
number of dinners in her honor
during her visit.
inns Avdiii ii.
.Always a UseiM Gift
Ladies' and men's sheepskin
lined house slippers, all 7Q
slies, reg. SI, now, pair iZfQ
Ladles' and men's Indian bead
all sises, pair "ft
Children's bunny faced, fleece-
lined, sixes small I to .
large 2, reg. 69e now pr.
counters are janimedV witlt thousands of gift
i of wearing apparel, glass ware, etc. All are
Y, many of our specials won't last long.
v ; ; 1 " 148 North liberty St
Escalero Club Meets
.The Junior Business Girls clnb
met Wednesday night at the Y.
W. C. A. and decided to call their
organization the VEscalero'Vclab.
A program on personality' was giv
en and plans laid for a Christmas
party December 27. v v .
The group will meet every two
weeks on Wednesday nithts. Miss
Marie Linpold was named chair
man ox publicity; Miss Lucille R al
low,, social Chairman: Miss La-
Verne Homier, chairman of the
constitution conrmtttee, and; Miss
Beatrice Burton,' . program chair
Present were the Misses Agnes
Moore. Marie LIppold, Inn a. Mar
tin. Rachel Gardner. Janet Frye,
Lucille Rolow, ' Blanche Roddy,
Beatrice Burton. LaVern Homyer,
Dorothy Tucker." Hazel McElroy
and advisor. Mrs. Elizabeth Galla-
Oak Point Mrs. Grove Peter
son entertained the Independence
Rural Woman's clnb at her home
Tuesday afternoon for the annual
Christmas party: "Mrs. Hugh Rog
ers. Mrs. LaVant Pease, Miss Ruth
Allen. Mrs. Ellis Lauderback, Mrs.
Leonard Peterson and Mrs. Starr
from Corvatlis. were guests. Vio
lin solos by Miss Allen, a reading
by Mrs. Rogers and a radio talk.
"The Prerschool Age" of the Child
and a group of songs by eight
pupils from Oak Point school with
Miss Pearl Eyre at the piano com
orlsed the program.
A decorated tree held a gift
for each one present.
Woodburn. Each member of
the Ladies' Aid society of the
Woodburn Presbyterian church
rave an account of her most mem
orable Christmas at roll call at
the meeting Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. H. F. Butterfleld gave a reci
tation of O. Henry's "The Gift of
the Magi." Devotional services
were led by Mrs. Maude Mochel
She read Mark's Christmas story.
Hostesses were Mrs. Bert By
ers. Mrs. Frank Wright, Mrs. Emll
Debau and Mrs. Henry Layman.
Bethel. Christmas carols,
greenery and stockings hung at
the fireplace, marked the Decem
ber meeting of the Bethel Dorcas
club Wednesday when the . club
was entertained at an all - day
meeting at the home of Mrs. E.
E. Matten and Mrs. J. G. Lauder
We made a lucky purchase of Gen
nine Sheaf fer, Parker and other na
tionally advertised fountain pens and
pencils. Hurry, get your favorite
pen NOW at HALF PRICE.
$3.00 Pens and Pencils Q- ff A
Cotton plaid, C6x7t blan
ket. a real buy at ......
Cotton plaid, double, 70x80 first
A real buy, 66x70, double, part
wool, sateen bound,
White sheet blahket, 70 A A
A real value at .. lvu
and Useful ;
. Children's felt house
slippers, special, pair
items, such as toys, rames,
specially priced during this
Mrs Brunk Hostess: h ;
To Club - v -i
Mrs. Estill Brunk feted 'mem-'
bers of; her contract club with a
smartly appointed affair Wednes
day afternoon. The. Christmas,
motif - was carried out, with . a ;
table centerpiece of red tapers
surrounded leaves and places,
marked with burning candles
placed on leaves.
Mrs. Keith Brown and Mr.
James Burgees won honors at
contract and Mrs. Gardner Knapp
assisted the hostess at the refresh-
Special guests were Mrs. Ma
Carmen and Mrs. Luther Jensen.
Members in attendance were Mrs.
O. D. Adams, Mrs. Keith Brown,
Mrs. James Burgess. Mrs. Earl
Cooley, Mrs. George Hug, Mrs.
Gardner Knapp, Mrs. Charles Mc
Elhlnney, Mrs. Stephen Merrier.
Mrs. Oscar Paulson, Mrs. Fred
Wolf and hostess, Mrs. Kstlll
Miss Harris Will Wed
A pretty wedding at the Knight
Memorial church tonight win
unite Miss Fern Harris, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Harris, and
Robert Eyre, son of Mrs. George
Earl Eyre, at S:30 o'clock.
Rer. H. C. Stover will officiate
and just preceding the ceremony
Miss Martha Floer will sing. Miss
Gretchen Thlelsen will play the
accompaniment and the wedding
Miss Bernlce Croner will be the
maid of honor and Miss Grace
Elizabeth Holman and Miss Vel
ma May the bridesmaids.
Ralph Eyre will act as best
man for his brother, other at
tendants being Ronald Hudkins.
Herbert Hardy, Ellis Harris, bro
ther of the bride, and Chester
Page, Jr. 1
A reception will be held at the
home of Mrs. George W. Eyre on
Mill street after the ceremony.
Following a wedding trip In the
north the couple will make their
home in Salem.
Dr. J. Vinton Scott
Office Phone Home Phone
304-5 1st National Rank Bidg.
Christmas Bard Mixed
2 lbs. 25c
half pound . . .
Candy Canes, lrge. size
2 for 5c and 5 c
Sticks . . . . .
Chocolates . ,
Men's Corduroys, reg.
Men's Suspender Belts
Men's Fancy-Dress Hose,
Hand Rolled Handker
chiefs, 3 in box, reg. 79c
Tie and Suspender Set,
Men's Comb, hair brush, CQr
razor and brush, all for JUC
All wool Slipovers, frl A A
reg. $2 values, now 4lvv
Men's Ties, beautiful
Men's Shirts, good
stripes and broad
DoU Carriage, 10 high. ,S5o
O-in. Dram, X linen head. . .25c
Picture Pozzies ......... ;10o
Popeye Mechanical Man .20o
24" Doable Barrel Pop Gun 59c
Steel Body Car, elec lights 25o
4-piece Toy Laundry Set . ,25o
Toy Brooms 150.
Toy Tractors . . , ...... . . .eOe
election of dolls that WlU.
delight any little girL AU kinds,
big ones, little ones, mostly
dretwed and unbreakable.
10c t. $1.00 i
Brand-new, thrilling games by
the dozens, games of every de
scription. We cant begin to; lis
them cere. . J . ,
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dolls, as well as practical 1
Christinas. Sale. Come in .4,
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