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Tha OH"GQ?f STATC3MAi;t Saiga, Oregon; Taesiay Mondng Jasoary 23 1934
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Events Given for
The Sooth Willamette District'
conference of the Oregon Federa
tion of Business and Professional
''Women's clubs will convene In
the . Masonlo v temple. ; January
14th. The tales. B. and P. W.
club, - as the . hostess. Is : busy
planning to make the conference
an outstanding.' one Mrs. Wini
fred R. Herrick, president has
appointed several committees for
' the conference already. '
The - sessions will open with a
meeting of the executive council
: at 8:80 ajn., with the sUte pre
ldent. Urs. Leda Parker of Kla
math Tails, presiding. Aiu open
forum, in - the ' form of a panel
discussion, will follow at 10:30.
.The topic to - he discussed is:
Whr is economic planning essen
tial to national security." Salient
features of the NRA, PWA, and
-CWA will. he Introduced bjrprom
.fnn members. '
Luncheon will be served in .the
Masonic temple dining room at
12:30. The outstanding teaiure
of the luncheon will be; an ad
dress on some timely subject.
: Special music is being arranged
for the pleasure of the visitors.
The South Willamette district
- .fit. Onlnm tl. - elnhft
larre delegations. The Oregon
Federation Is- divided - Into tiTe
'districts w!th a conference In
each district during the year.
The Southern Oregon district had
Its conference in Klamath -Falls
this full and the conferences In
the other three districts- will be
.teld this spring In the following
places: Coos Bay district confer
ence at Marshtield; North Wil
lamette t HlUshoro and Eastern
Oregon at The Dalles. The year's
work will be completed with the
state -convention which convenes
in Portland on May 18, 18 and
On. the state executive council
nare three members of the Sa
lem dab which are Mrs. Winifred
R. Herrick,. president of the local
club who Is also state treasurer,
Dn Helen Louise Crosby, chair?
man of the state legislative com
mittee, and Miss Faith Kimball
of Independence, ch-Jrman of the
state research committee.
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New Officers Seated
New officers were Installed at
the last meeting of the women's
council of the First- Christian
church when the group met In
the church parlor of its regular
business session-The jnew presi
dent is Mrs. J6hn Humphrey, the
vice president, Mrs. Rich L. Rel
mann, the secretary, Mrs. r B. H.
Holllngsworth and , the treasurer,
Josephine Hull presented two
readings and Mrs. Reimann told of.
her trip to Europe- Refreshments
were sedved at the close of "the
Mrs. Jensen to Fete
A prettily appointed affair of
Thursday afternoon .will be a
bridge tea given by Mrs. Luther
Jensen In honor of her contract
jclub.'' : -
Bidden are Mrs. L. B. Endlcott.
Mrs. John Beakey, Mrs. Carl Em
fcaoos, Mri. At Adolphson, Mrs. Es
til Brunk, Mrs. Kenneth Waters,
llri. Gail Jones, Mr; Frank Need
ham and hostess, Mrs.. Luther Jen
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Sflrerton. Sllrerton friends
liave been Interested in learning
of the wedding of Farwell Booth
of Medford to Miss Helen M.
Burke of Portland Thursday. Mr.
Booth formerly lived at Stlverton
and was graduated from the Sll
rerton high school.
The Woman's Benefit associa
tion will meet next Thursday night
at 8 o'clock in the Knights of
Pythias ball. '
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Falls City Miss Anna May
Teal was hostess to a group of
her : friends at her home New
;,Year' Eve.' "--
The Tournament of Roses Qneeit pictured with her esort in their costmnee of the coronation ban. Among
the costumes in which "Queen of the Seven Seas4 and! her court appeared at Tariona functions of the
celebrated floral festival are these effective .gowns. Each of the princesses represents ene of the great
oceans. Left to right, standing: Mary Beth Gnnter, Virginia Petriquln, Be s e I y Britt and Vivian
BXoore; ."Queen Treva" Is seated. Kcseliag r Jane IHstcka, left, ud Elizabeth Rankle. Intcraatkm
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News anH Club
. . : SOCIAL CALENDAR . .
Tuesday, January t .
Order of Eastern Star, Installation of officers fol
lowing business meeting. Installation at 9 p. m.
Mrs. J. D. Foley, 845 D. street, entertain Tomarco
class, 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. Park's bible class, 8 p. m. at her home.
y, -,: . Wednesday, January 3 '
:-." Leslie Ladles' Aid, silver tea in church parlors, 8
p. a. Short business meeting, social after. , .
The Woman's Home Missionary society meets Wed
nesday. 2:15 p. m. In the First Methodist church parlors,
the program in charge et Mrs. A. B. Evans and group. -
' Salem DakoU club, f:30 p. m., W.C.T.U. hall, pot
luck supper. ' s .
, Thursday , January 4
Hayesville Woman's club at home Mrs. Claude Tal
mage, 1785 Center street. Rev. Britton Ross, speaker.
Merry Mlnglers club meets with Mrs. Allen McCain
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p. m.
- Friday, January 5
Card club, B. and P. W. club with Mrs. Winifred
Herrick and Miss Helen Louise Crosby, 296 Richmond
Unitarian Women's Alliance tea and business meet
ing. 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. J. M. Devers, 1375 Market
To Meet Wednesday
The regular monthly program
of the Woman's Missionary
irthrtlU held at Wchurcb
Wednesday. at 2:30 o'clock. An
interesting program is being pre
pared on the topic: "Know Tour
Community." Representatives of
six of Salem's organizations will
tell interesting phases of their
work in this community. Mrs;
Elizabeth Gallaher will have
charge of the devotional service
and will also explain how the
T. W. C. A. is filling a very ur-i
gent need for women In the com4
munity. Mr. ' Sechrist. R. - Rj
Boardmaa and Thora Boesen will
Hostesses for the afternoon In
clude Mrs. W. D. Clarke, Mrs. Jj
R. Slmonds, Mrs.' James McGil-
chrlst and Mrs. Henry C. Fox.
Stlverton. Mrs. Albert Sather
and her daughter; Mrs. H. E.i
Johnson, entertained at dinner
Saturday night for a small group
of friends. Covers were placed for:
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lofgren of
Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lof
gren of Hubbard, Miss Agnes Hat-
teberg of La Grande, Floyd Bax
ter of Eugene and Miss Nettle
Hatteberg, WiUiam Hatteberg. Mr.;
and Mrs. Albert Sather, Victory
Sather and Dr. and Mrs. H. E.
Mrs. Martin O. Hatteberg enter
tained tt dinner Sunday in honor:
of Mr. Hatteberg, the occasion be
ing the letter's birthday. Covers;
were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Ole:
Hatteberg, Miss Annie Hatteberg,'
Mr." and Mrs. Jelmar Ref stand,;
Floyd Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin:
Hatteberg, Miss Agnes, Nettle and'
William Hatteberg, Mr. and Mrs.!
Martin Hatteberg and Weldon and
Miss Kathryn Morrison was
hostess at a pretty dinner party at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Morrison, Saturday
night. Red tapers lighted the
table and red favors were used J
Covers were placed for Orma Day,
Grace Fulsom, Helen Hall, Nor-i
man Neagell, Dwight Foote, Ed
win Campbell, Kenneth Isrealson
and Miss Morrison. Mrs. Morrison
and Mrs. Floyd Mulkey served.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mulkey
were the Inspiration of a little
oyster party at their home Friday
night when Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Morrison and Miss Kathryn Mor
rison and Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Hall
and daughters surprised the Mul
Brush Creek. , Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Maere and daughter Miss
Sylvia entertalhecLat a delightful
party Saturday night where six
tables of bridge were in play.
Walter Goplerud won the high
score prize and the consolation
prize went to Miss Luella, For
land. : Present were Margery HI1I
man, Virginia Collins of Albany,
Robert Moe Harland Moe, Lyle
Krug, Elizabeth Hall, Luella For
Iand, Oriel- Moen, Walter Gople
rud, Charlotte Goplerud,, John
of Roses Queen With Her Court
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Goplerud, Viona and Corlnne
Moberg of Scotts Mills, Althea
Mever. Cora GoDlerud. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Sannerud, Helen El
ton, Milo Grace, Elmer Grace,
Viola Larson, Ludvlg Meyer,
Sylvia Haere and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Goplerud enter
talned a group of friends inform
ally Thursday night at their nome
here. Cards were the diversion.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. J. C
Larson, Viola Larson, Althea
Meyer, Ludrig Meyer, Mr. . and
Mrs. Harry Sannerud, Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Maere and Sylvia
Haere, Corlnne and Viona Moberg
of Scotts Mills, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Goplerud, John Goplerud. Inga
Goplerud, Walter and Charlotte
The War Mothers will meet at
the American Lutheran church at
2 o'clock this afternoon, with a
good attendance requested as
there will be matters of special
interest, including installation,
appointment of committees, pay
ment of dues and other business.
Honor Mrs. Ollson
PIONEER. Jan. 1. The wo
men of the Oakdale club honored
Mrs. Hannah Ollson with a birth
day dinner and , handkerchief
shower at the home of Mrs. I.
Dennis Thursday for an all day
meeting. Mrs. Dennis furnished
the dinner. The club presented
her with mixing bow'i.
Those present were , ilrs. Ille
Sellers, Mrs. Murel Sellers, Mrs.
Mildred Fine. Miss Vera Miller.
Mrs. May Richmond and mother
Mrs. Alice Boland, Mrs. B. Lewis,
Mrs. Sansom, Mrs.-Mary Coch
rane, Mrs. Larson, Mrs. Ollson,
Mrs. Keeney of Corvallis and the
Mrs. Alice Boland of Portland
who has been visiting' her
daughter Mrs. John Richmond re
turned home the last of the week.
The Oakdale club held its regu
lar monthly dinner and social
meeting at the home-of Mr. and
Mrs. John Robblns Sunday. Those
attending were Mr. and - Mrs,
James Ross and son Jim, Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Siddons, Lawrence
Pranger, L. G. Miller and daugh
ter Mera, Mrs. Muriel Sellers and
children, Elra Jean and Buster,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Lewis aad chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cochrane
and son Ed, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mur
phey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert OUsson,
Mr. and Mrs. John Richmond, J.
E. Clayton and family, Clyde Rob
bins and Mr. and Mrs. John Rob
blns. After dinner an impromptu
program was given, with Mr. Rich
mond, Mr. OUsson, the Clyde Rob-
bins family and Virginia MeCarter
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sellers
with their daughter, Mrs. Marian
Fine, and granddaughter, Nancy
Sellers, left for California Satur
day. Mrs. Fine returned home af
ter a visit and Mr. and Mrs. Sel
lers will return after a few weeks
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Committees hava bean annonnA.
ed and plans are going forward
ior tne saiem appearance of the
Eugene Gleemen, scheduled for
January 18 la the armory.'
i The Rotary club, Klwanians and
Lions are sponsoring 'the event,
proceeas rrom wucb .win go to
the Boy Scout council of the Cas
Dr. B. F. Pound is chairman of
general arrangements. Clifton
Mudd is vice chairman and Willis
PI a fV uuiHtanJMuieii...
Handling publicity are Mr.
Clark,; Charles. Wilson. Irl Mc-
Sherery and C. K. Logan. Captaih
wuiis Vincent is in charge of
housing assisted by T. E. Rilea,
JT. T, Delaney and Herman Brown.
Lvle Bartholomew 1 chairman
of the property committee with
vneve; uarueu and van Welder.
Ticket sale will be handled by
Walter Mlnler. John Marr. Tom
Windlshar, William McGilchrist,
sr and Dean Alden. Howard Hul
sey Is 1 chairman of the luncheon
committee assisted by William
Gahlsdorf, Ralph Cooley, Ralph
Kletzlhg and Walt Molloy.
A reception Is being planned by
Bill Phillips, Warren Jones, Doug
las McKay, Frosty Olson and Allan
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Mrsi Brown Hostess
At Unique Party
Mrsi Clifford Brown, 1118 Mis
sion street, was hostess at a
unique New Tear's party Sunday
night fwhen guests were bidden
to spend an evening in a Bohemian-decorated
home. Walls of the
home were cleverly decorated to
simulate artist's! quarters in a
city. Guests came in costumes
designed to fit them to the even
ing's scheme. Refreshments were
served' after the New Year was
welcomed. Among those attend
ing were a number of persons
irom out of the city.
Funeral servjices for Mrs. Sarah
M. Smith, 78,1 who died Sunday
at 11 ;a.m. at! the family home.
1210 North 6th street, will be
held Tuesdayj afternoon at 2
o'clock at the!Henkl and Thom
as funeral home pt Dallas.
.. Horace G. Hedges of Chicago,
busy football official, has given
himself kn open date November
25, fori on that date his alma ma
ter, Dartmouth, plays Chicago,
and hlj sbn. Dave, is in the
By ANNE ADAMS
When yov're past the .'"thirties"
the mode has charming fashions
to, offer you. Frocks that reflect
the dignity - and .charm of. your
age. frocks that are gracious and
nattering to the figure fa well as
up-to-the-minute wnh thJc these
are the I prise. winners of - skilled
designers. 8uch a model fa Vetrh-
ed todaji -Isn't it lovely? It boasts
simple ' lines, smart . revere, com
fortable sleeves and slender skirt
seaming; The back is cut in one
piece, so you see how easily the
frock can be .made. Wash silk or
cotton prints are most appropri
ate. ' ! H--- : "
Pattern 1728 is arallable In
sizes S48S, 40, 42, 44. 4, 4S and
60. Size 88 Ukfes 1 yards 38
Inch fabirc and 4 yard contrast
ing. Illustrated step-by-step sew
ing instructions Included. '
SmI ffltoM ewti ClSe 1 oin
r atasiM eiai yrefcmd) lot uua
iuiu iittm. wxtt siauuy
MBL.tUtt and (tyl luta, B
Tfc , wmt. aAitlna at tm Am
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mamtf. vrmmt yvt copy toatji
Mn of estates i IS casta. Vatalag
aaS patMra tectthtr XI caata. .
Asanas - araara - a Xh" Orwa
Siia htun Sapt., S1S aoata
CwuMRUl Stxaat, Salass. Uaka
ssary amdasoraa. Tear aroar wffl be
pmsily sttaaftad ta.
Ordarr eatwmatlly at tfflad wltaia
far Say ttom tha racairaa. ay
Taa SUMaaa. ,. . . ,
BE DOrjE BV STATE
Bids are High; Report by
Sought by Baldock
A TPTinrt aii thm 1 1 mlf,.
. w www mm m M tuuv
grading project between Mill City
and Gates will be sought by R. H.
Baldock, state highway engineer,
from H. O. Smith, danorfm..
construction engineer, before the
cuiuinuwiou aeiermines now It will
v.. wuuv& nuuu uii-
ced this procedure yesterday. He
indicated, there was considerable
uaeiinooa that the state would do
the work on force aecount unless
more favorable contracts could be
i LM4ta..Teek"th department's
lowest bid on the Job, an Integral
part of the North Santiam high
way, was 898,000 or 820,000 more
than allotted under PWA funds
tor the Job. Contractors state that
they could submit lower bids If
the work did not have to be done
during the winter sea-sen.
Low bids on three secondary
road bridges in Marion county
were also referred to Baldock, but
the contracts are being held up
only-until the county has cleared
up matters of right-of-way. Mem
bers of the county court said Mon
day that title had been secured to
all property needed for right-of-way
with the exception of one
small piece of land, for which they
expected to close a deal Tuesday
The bridges are to be located
on the Cascade highway over the
Ablqua river near Silverton; over
Butte creek on the Woodburn-Mt
Hood highway east of Woodburn.
and over Pudding river on the
forDejtlnf Wfrd,DS 019 COntMct
for straightening, widening and
fvJ? Pac!flc highway from
the north end of the Moialla river
i5tEe.tlirouga Caab7 to connect
-ITT i?e Mwly proved "ection
extending north from that town is
alia . TO thm v& it-i.
" v union UlJ
and Southern Pacific company of-
" "os yei signed the
necessary right-of-way agree
ments, Baldock said.
Brilliantly clear silk stockings
made by a special prdcess elim
inating rings and shadows. . . .
Rollins RUNSTOP protects
them against garter runs. . .
Every pair individually packed
A joint conference of the home
economics committee and agricul
ture committee of Marion county
granges will be held at Monitor
Wednesday, January. 3. This is
the last meeting for the present
committees with the economic
meeting, in charge of Mrs. D. W.
Humphreys, and the agricultural
session led by Ray Glatt,
Pertinent Questions will be dis
cussed by both grouos and talks
will be given, on city v. county
topics. There will be a potluck
dinner at noon, f
Feels Like a New GH Now
. T worked la a hotel which
very hard work. Then I got laid off
and I was terribly worried and run
down. My mother told sae to take
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Com
pound to build me np again and be.
lira me I am grateful to her. I fed lika
a new girlmow, always full JIRA
2 Elliott 4 L
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LYDIA E PINKHAM'S
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Tozier Rinzs in
: Year 62nd Time
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Albert Tozier, - well-known In
Salem, pioneer of Oregon and un
til last year, caretaker at Cham
poeg park, rang oat 1883 and wel
comed 1834 for the 82d consecu
tive time at, the Methodist church
In Hillsboro Sunday.
; There were - several historic
events In connection with the wor
ship service before the midnight
Buy the Clothes You
Need Now ...
' Milady's Shop Offers
. Them at i
YOU CAN PAY II
Your big chance to save
is here! CJoata,1 Dresses,
. Millinery reduced! ! .
SaDe C COASTS
Coats in all new styles, for sport and
dress, are unbelievably low priced. '
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$10.75 - $12.75 $16.75 $22.75 - $24.75
and 529.75 jj
Saflo S BDE1ESSISS
Evening, afternoon, street . . . YouTl find L
just the type; of dress you've wanted at a
Worth Twice the Price Quoted
$3.95 - $4.95 - $7.95 - $10.95 - $14.95
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hour, which were In charge of the
Rev. Leroy Walker, pastor. The
speaker was the Rev. W 8. Gor
don, retired Methodist clergyman,
who as a hoy used to help Toiler
toll the bell on New Tear's eve.
Dr. Gordon was converted in the
Hillsboro Methodist church and
Joined its membership along with '
a group of Sunday school hoys
taught by Mother Crandall, who
Is still living In that community.
Abe Mlckal, Louisiana State un
iversity's fine ) sophomore full-"
back made, a perfect record in 24
kicks for extra point after touch
down this year.
and Capital Drug Store