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Tti OREGON STATESMAN. SaleeL Oregon.' TKnrrfay Morning. Jannary Iff. 1931
ociety News and Club Affairs
Jessie Steele, Society Editor
I Spinsters Will Be
N compliment to the Spinsters
and their provisional memoers,
natronesses of the club will
entertain with a buffet supper and
evening ot bridge tonight at the
home of Mrs. Frank Spears.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Curtis
Cross, Mrs. Margaret LeFurgy.
Mrs. Homer Smith, Sr., Mrs. Ho-
mer Gouletf Mrs. William McGil
- Christ, Jr., Mrs. C S. Hamilton,
Mrs.George White and Mrs.
Spinsters invited are: Miss Jean
W 1 1 s o. Miss Kay Laughridge.
Miss Dorothy Moore, Miss Jose
phine McGilehrist, Miss Iris Jor
gensen, M I s a HenHette White.
Miss Cled RHner, Miss Priscilla
Vrtr. mm Katherine Corey, Miss
.largaret Corey, Miss rtouy wugu-
lin Miss Virginia Holt, Miss Peg
gy Goodfellow, Miss Margaret
Heltzel, Miss Rovena Eyre, Miss
xivra Relt. Miss Margaret Wag-
ji,r Mirnrrt Rnrdette. Miss Mar
garet Wilson, Miss Virginia rew-
, lasd. Miss Ruthita Hoftnell, Miss
i Margaret Drager. Honorary mem-
bera Include Mrs. Charles Clag
, gett and Mrs. George Elmer
2v . Emlgh; Jr.
Provisional members bidden are
the Misses Barbara Evans, Jean
Prober!, Lucy Fisher, Emily
-r-xjriggs, Doris Drager, Anita Wag
S. -t ner, Virginia Cross, Betty Lou
TBurdette, Barbara MacDonaid,
Frances and Jean Doouuie, Bar
bara Pierce and Ruth Jean Garn-
Jobst. - -
Party Honors Recent
The Lucy Ann Lee Aid society
ot the First M. E. church gave a
party last week In honor or Mrs
Charles Hill and Mrs. O. L. Jew
ett. recent brides and members
ot the society. The affair was
held in the home of Dr. and Mrs
. R Blatehford.
Conversation and games were
enjoyed after which refreshments
r were served.
Present besides the honor
vupttt wer. Mr. and Mrs. II. I
"Standley, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Marsters. Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Legge, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lee,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Abrams. Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Meeker, Mrs. O.
W. Emmons, Mrs. Lena Cherring
ton, Mr. and Mrs.-W. C. Keck and
Dr. and Ms. B. Blatchford.
The Loyal Builders class ot the
'"' Court Street Christian church
will present the Mauna Loa Man
dolin and Guitar club la a pro
gram Friday night in the bunga
low of the church, Russell Mow
will give his acrobatic and con
(j; I Pattern i
Thursday, January 18
The Hayesville Woman's club meets at home of
Mrs. Davey Willus, 2 to 4:30 o'clock.
Merry Minglers club at home Mrs. C. L. Snyder,
2 p. m.
Liberty Women's club at home of Mrs. C. W. Sta
cey, all day quilting.
Aid society, W. R. C, aJtairgrounds, all-day meet
ing with potluck luncheon at noon.
0. N. S. club with Miss Dorothy Taylor at Amba.
Woman's Benefit association, practice tor installa
tion and regular meeting. 7:30 p. m. at K. P. hall.
Capital assembly, Artisans, potluck dinner, 6:30
p. m.. Fraternal temple. Drill team to be organized.
Silver tea, given by ladies of First Congregational
church, at home Mrs. W. E. Hanson, 820 N. Church.
Mrs. J. J. Roberts, speaker. 2:30 p. m.
Priscilla club, 1 o'clock luncheon at home Mrs.
C. M. Epley.
F. L. club at home of ETelyn Naderman, 1024
Highland, iu evening.
Friday, January 19
Unitarian Woman's Alliance luncheon in Emerson
room. 1 p. m.
Calvary Baptist missionary society, at 2:30 p. m. at
home of Mrs. W. C. Pickens, 140 N. 17th street.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary social at home Mrs. Eliz
abeth Greene, 1815 South Church, 2 p. m.
Calvary Baptist missionary society, at home Mrs.
W. C. Pickens, HO N. 17th, 2:30 p. m.
West side circle of Jason Lee church at home Mrs.
C. P. Givens, 15G5 N. Commercial.
Degree of Honor, entertainment at 8 p. m., K. P.
hall for members and friends.
Saturday, January 20
King's Herald. First M. E. church, at home Mrs.
A. A. Lee, 1515 State. 2 to 4 p. m.
In the Valley
Auburn Mr. and Mrs. Ben II.
Hawkins entertained the mem
bers of the Loyal Berean class of
the Court street church of Christ
at their home Friday night. After
the business meeting, a social
hour was enjoyed consisting of
games and music. The hostess as
sisted by Susanna Hawkins, El
oise Hawkins, Connie Wodell, and
Mrs. Kirk Simpson.
Those enjoying the evening
were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Priem.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Slack, Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Wegner, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Winkenwerder. Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Weller, Mr. and Mrs.
Delmer Wodell and daughters
Dolly and Connie: Mr. and Mrs
Kirk Simpson, Mrs. Arthur Priem
Mrs. Lee Tennis, Mrs. Hugh N.
McCallum, Mrs. Bessie Updegraff,
Special guests were Mr. and Mrs,
Robert Klemple, Mr. and Mrs. J,
P. Aspinwall and Mr. and Mrs.
Delbert Daniels, Mr. and Mrs
Ben H. Hawkins and daughters.
Susanna and Eloise Hawkins
Aumsville Jim and Ruth Star
rett were hosts at a party for a
group of the high school students
Saturday night. Part of the eve
ning was spent enjoying a show
Later they returned to" the Star
rett borne where various games
Those attending were Antion-
etto Irish, Josephine Snodder, Vio
la Bradley, Angeline Fieber, Al
fred Amos, Cletus Lebold, Sam
Bradley, Frances Lott, Mozart
Tappen and the hosts, Jim and
Ruth Starrett and Mrs. Starrett
Monrtouth St. Hilda's Guild
Episcopalian, will sponsor a bene
fit card party Saturday night,
January 20, in the club rooms ot
Legion hall. Mrs. Ardie Parker,
preceptress of dormitories at Mon
mouth, and Miss Maude McPher
son, Oregon Normal school librar
ian, were hostesses to the Guild
Thursday night at Jessica Todd
Mehama. Mr. and Mrs. Maur
ice Cothren entertained with a 6
o'clock dinner Tuesday in honor
of the birthdays of Keith Phillips
and Mrs. Cothren. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Phil
lips, Mrs. E. L. Cothren and the
host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
Luncheon at 1:00
MRS. C. M. EPPLEY will open
her home to the Priscilla
.i-i. 11.1. - . . . . .
cms iuis alteration lor a x
o'clock luncheon. A low bowl of
j violets will center the attractive
ly appointed table. The afternoon
will bo spent informally.
Miss Priscilla Try and Miss
Juana Holmes will be special
guests. Club members bidden are
Mrs. Fred Steusloff, Mrs. Dan
Fry, Sr., Mrs. W. S. Mott, Mrs. A.
T. Wain, Mrs. J. B. Craig, Mrs.
A. L. Brown, Mrs. Kittle Graver,
Mrs. Walter F. Buchner, Mrs.
George Dunsford, Mrs. Ida M.
Babcock and hostess, Mrs. C. M.
I Executive Board Has
The executive board of the La
dies Guild, American Lutheran
church, will be In charge of the
i Sunday night services this coming
weekend it was decided at the
guild meeting Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Oscar Se
Miss Louise Miller, returned
missionary from India will be the
I speaker. The women's chorus will
sing and Mrs. J. Albert Scholseth
will appear in vocal selections.
Present for the meeting Tues
day were Mrs. B. A. Koble, Mrs.
C. H. Glenn, Mrs. John Dyrland.
Mrs. P. W. Eriksen, Mrs. Max
Gehlhar, Mrs. A. G. Anderson,
Mrs. R. C. Arpke, Mrs. W. J.
I Hagedorn, Mrs. C. C. White, Mrs.
E. J. Coward, Mrs. J. A. Sholseth,
Mrs. W. C. Clare and hostess.
Mrs. Oscar Sedarstrom.
Iem met Monday night tor xvr . . o
potluck supper at the Masonic Writers oectlOn
temple. A feature of the eve- LI-- Vyf .
ning's entertainment were toasts las lvieeiing
and stories given by the worthy ... ,.,,,,.,. u
high -priestess, Mrs. Marie Flint Jl'--V;,-'.:
iter TV . . . I a v i. v i ttici
juci.au. ami w.e section of the Arts League Tues
Honor guests were Minnie Moel-LccompanIed by LcTui3 Magin. Mis.
Helen Lytle and Miss R e n s k a
White Shrine Enjoys
The White Shrine of Jerusa
Iem met Monday night for
The Eugene Gleemen are for
tanate to have such a splendid di
rector, such fine soloista and last
bnt by no means least, a president
whose ability throughout the six
years that he has held this post
tion has been proved ot the high
Dr. Charles E. Hunt Is a fine
singer himself, having been a
soloist In the First Methodist
church of Eugene and having
sung with numerous ' quartettes
and small ensembles. He sent a
greeting to the people of Salem
which contained the following ex
To Our Salem Friends:
It is with a great deal of pleas
ure and anticipation that the 80
business and professional men
constituting the Eugene Gleemen
are returning to your city on Jan
nary 19th to again bring greet
ings and good will to your cit
izens from the people of Eugene,
and the present to you an eve
ning of song. . . .
We have been organized for the
past seven years for the sole pur
pose of rendering community ser
vice and extending good will to
our neighbors. We are not or
ganized for profit but wish to aid
worthy charitable and other or
ganlzations wherever we have an
opportunity. . . .
in the last analysis we sing
because we love to sing and each
and every member ot our club
is looking forward with great
pleasure to an enjoyable evening
with you on next Friday night.
(Signed) Dr. Charles E. Hunt,
All proceeds from the concert
to be given in the armory Friday
night beginning at 8 o'clock will
go to the Boy Scout council of
the Cascade area. Service clubs of
the city are sponsoring the affair
and state employes are cooperat
ing in making the concert a suc
Miss Zwicker Honor
ler, Grace Babcock, Winifred
Lyle Thomas Feted
Monday Night ! -
Lyle Thomas was honored en
his birthday anniversary with a
surprise birthday dinner given by
Mrs. Thomas Monday night. An
attractively decorated cake pro
vided the centerpiece for the
Covers were laid for Mr. and
Mn. I. W. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Akers, Tommy Akers,
Miss Ruth Thomas, BUI Thomas
and "Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thomas.
Dr. Cliarles E. Hunt, pres
ident of the Eugene Glee
men, who will appear icith
them in concert Friday
night at the armory. Pro
ceeds go to the Boy Scout
council of the Cascade afea.
Herrick. Mabel Settlemelr, Maude Swart aS8l8ted at the gupper h0Ur
Those present were Dr. and
Mrs If CI PranlrHn Mr nnd Mr
C. Kantner, William Nelmeyer. j M rMffnrA Prf4f AnA Mrs
Arthur Edwards. Charles Ratcliff. E. Peck Mrs. Wuilam Fordyce
junas Aim. carnations were pre- Fargo, Mrs. Ora F. Mclntyre, Mrs
sentett tO eacn. LTaslU C;n,Wnn PlanHio
mi. l m t 4. I
ine supper ana enienammeni j0nes. Mrg. Juanita Paulus Dr.
were in charge of the members Marv Rowland. Mrs. w. D. Smith.
from Woodburn. Maude Scott and Mr8t c A- Lytle, Miss Helen Lytle,
uaiays Aaams, cnairmen. Miss Grace Elizabeth Smith. Miss
I T?pnsta Swart. MIbs Grace Gilliam
Hayesvme. Mrs. rea steuier, Qnd perrv Reieelman.
fir., was agreeaDiy eurprisea xues- i
aay nignt wnen some or ner can- n ri i a ji .
dren and their families gathered UnCinitlS VlUD IVleetS
at her home to help her celebrate T?nr r)inrtfr
her 73rd birthday. Those particl- 1 ur ""1C
paung in tne occasion were mo T)l. rpmtar ilinnor mPPtinir of
honored guest, Mrs. Fred Stettler. the Enclnitl3 ciUD v83 neid Tues-
br., rea bieiuer, br., Mr. ana day nlgllt at the y.W.CA. Miss
Mrs. Arch Claggett and sons Ray- Kathrvn Gunnell gave a talk on
mond. Willard and Warren, Mr. photography. Special guests were
asd Mrs. Fred Stettler, Jr., and Rratiel. Kathleen EnEle.
Harold. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Irene st0Ter and Mr3 Elizabeth
stettler, w imam cnaeiier ana i Qallaher
Robert, Mr. ana Mrs. Albert Members present were Vivian
Stettler and children Jean, James nurir. Jf.Rsi rnnnor. Mahftl Cnr-
and Elsie, Mr. and Mrs. Carl rle Betty Ei0fsen, Agnes Emmel, games
o1"11" "llu "ivuo, Alice Fane, Dorothy rranics, June
and John Stettler. I n4n MUrimri Jiidsnn. Rerna-
dlne T.edfors. Lenore Naeell. Leila
Woodburn The Federated parv. Anna Peters. Laura PhlDDS
Women of the Methodist church vvVn Poulsen. Helen Richard-
ueiu intfir momui) suuiui auu ue- sont Esther Rickey, Muriel Rowe,
votional meeting Tuesday after- Marie Shindler. Harriet Stimmel.
noon, at the home of Mrs. George RUta gtoner Bessie Tucker, Olga
Beechler. Assisting her as host- Gath, Gertrude Chamberlin and
esses were Mrs. Burton iunn. tna counselor. Miss Nell Thielsen
auss jacK ivenneay ana Airs, tx
Miss Marian Zwicker was com
plimented on her 14th birthday
anniversary wltlr a surprise party
given by her sister. Miss Margie
Zwicker, Tuesday night. Games
were played asd refreshments
were served with Miss Agnes Le
Boeuf and Mrs. Eva Zwicker as
Those bidden were the Misses
Gertrude and Grace Steinka, Pan
line and Ethel Craven, Noima and
Jeanette Zwicker. Mary Bailey,
Virginia Poulin, Frances LeBoeuf
and Marian Zwicker. Escorts were
Buster O'Rielly, Clayton Balding-
er, Delbert Zwicker and Freddie
M.E. Young People
The King's Heralds of the First
M. E. church will meet Saturday
afternoon at the home of Mrs
A. A. Lee, 1515 State street. Jo
sephine Morse and Jeannfe Jud
son will be hostesses.
Bernice and Vernon Wadsworth
will be honored at the refresh
ment hour with a birthday cake.
Ernestine Frederickson will give
the devotions and Betty Childs
will tell a missionary story. Mrs
Neet will lead the study hour,
Vern Scott is in charge of the
Yield quicker to
double action of
aganism Topic for
Mrs. J. F. Billeter will lead a
discission on "Modern Trends
Toward Paganism" at the Friday
afternoon meeting of the Calvary
Baptist missionary society. Mrs.
D. R. Peterson will lead the de
votions and Mrs. Harry Harms
Mrs. W. C. Pickens. 140 N.
17th street, is opening her home
for meeting, assisted by Mrs. Pe
terson, Mrs. O. H. Pickens and
Mrs. Cora Behrens.
Woodburn. The J.U.G. club of
rural teachers held their January
meeting at the home ot E. F.
Wohlheter with Mrs. Helen Miller
and the Misses Alice and Leila
Davidson as hostesses. The eve
ning's program consisted of a
talk by Mrs. Mary Fulkerson,
county school superintendent; a
reading by Miss Esther Aline. Har
monica practice followed. Miss
Bostrick, president ot the Pep
club south of Salem, was a guest.
Ask CWA Approval
On City Hall Work
Application for the first part
ot the proposed city hall -CWA
1 remodeling project, the prepara-
! tint! rt nltn, and natlmstao uHll
be filed with the Marion county
CWA board today, according to
E. C. Bushnell, city building in
spector, who with Mayor Douglas
McKay, Aldermen Paul Hendricks,
S. A. Hughes and V. E. Kuhn will
select an architect for the job.
The architectural fee is estimat
ed at $1000.
Filing of this application, In
place of Immediately hiring an
architect, is necessitated by a new
CWA ruling which denies funds
for draughting plans when such
work is done before its expense
is allotted by CWA authorities.
The city committee was informed
of the situation when it confer
red yesterday with Chairman J.
N. Chambers and County Com
missioner M e 1 s o n of the local
FOR HOT HT
Members of the Marlon county
court had not been advised of the
exact date when a further confer
ence on the matter ot a tempor
ary county agent here would be
discussed with County Agent
Leader Ballard and W. L. Tentsch,
his assistant, both of the state
college. A visit from the two men
was expected some day this week.
Six candidates are nnder con
sideration tor the job. Funds
1 would be furnished by the wheat,
hog and dairy control production
. 1.1 1L. . J 1 '
cuuiuimeea, me ieaerai govern
ment, and perhaps a portion by
the slate college and by the fed
eral government from funds other
than those of AAA work.
Men who have filed formal ap
plications include W. H. Baillie,
J. O. O'Reilly, Eddie Ahrens, Lu
ther J. Chapin and P. W. Geiser.
Earl Pearcy is also understood to
be an applicant although his for
mal request for the job is not yet
in the hands of the court.
Baillie was formerly head ot
the boys' training school at Wood
burn and prior to that in charge
of 4-H club work here. O'Reilly
last year had charge of the gar
den relief project in the county.
P. H. Geiser was formerly head of
the Cherry City Milling company
in this city. Chapin once served as
county agent in this territory and
is now a bulb grower in the Keiser
Bottom district. Pearcy is a prune
grower and buyer and a distribu
tor of trees and shrubs.
SENATOR HOTEL BLDG.
Also Many New Prints
SENATOR HOTEL BLDG.
r IS THERE ROOM -
FOR A SECOND GREAT LOVE
IN A WOMAN'S LIFE E
, Br ANNE ADAMS
Here's a frock that is smart
under a coat, but smarter yet for
. etreet wear later in the season
when weather permits. You can
.Mell at a glance it was Paris-in-'
spired the' center-front : button
-closing and chic scarf are in
- genious details. Note, too, how the
Tinni1i1 KMmtnn hclo create the
coveted slim, silhouette. The new
sheer wools, heavy crepes, or no--rolf
weave cottons would make
np smartly with the scarf of con
trasting ribbed silk or satin.
' Arhlevlnr that tailored, look Is
easy. If you follow the Instructor
riven with the pattern.
y 1 &tiern ISO mumum iu
.i,p. li: 14 IS. 18. 20. 20. 22.
- 34, it. Si and 40. Sise if takes
f. 3 yards 39 men fabric ana a
f yards binding.
8n4 IS fvtt a eolas ot sumps
(eolns praftrnd) tot Uls Aaa
Allans pattaca. Writ plainly
4M, atyl Bbr ad sia
aefc yattara ardarW. - "
Tha sew rprtnt, 19S4 dtttoaef U
Aaa Adaats pattna SMrhe 1
wady. All Us bt spring styl fer
ad alts bjU ebildraa la sa intaraattnfc
aslpfnl ook. Sena for mt eopy
aa be cats tats spriag.
migula. IS eants. M01 Pu
Adams artax , to Tie Onjem
CoauMKlal stiM, Salem. 4aJta -tnary
tadosarat. Tow eider wul M
Order eaatoaarily Mt flna
fan days f raai the wd 7
Tae BtatamuL t
W. Bladom. Mrs. Katherine Pow
ell gave a review of the Foreign
Missionary study book and Floyd
Matson entertained with a group
of Hawaiian guitar solos.
Riekreall Miss Henrietta Ott
and Lloyd Turner were married
Sunday afternoon at the home of
the bride. The wedding ceremony
was performed by Rev. George W.
Bruce ot Dallas with only imme
diate relatives present.
Mrs. W. B. Johnston has re
turned from an extended visit
with her sons, Theodore and Ter
ry, at Moro, Oregon.
Large Block Makes Lovely Quilt
SNOWBALL WREATH. "
It Is easy to understand why
Snowball Wreath is so popular,
The wreath, . lovely in the single
block, makes a handsome pattern
as It is repeated In the quilt. The
largeness of the block also ap
peals to the Quiltmaker for It
means that the work will go along
more quickly. The two -colors of
material in the snowballs, with a
third material la the leaves, make
a colorful block on a white background.
Pattern 679 comes to you with
complete, single instructions for
cutting, sewing and finishing, to
gether with yardage chart, 'dia
gram ot quilt to help, .arrange
the blocks for single and double
bed size, and a diagram ot block
which serves as a guide for
placing the patches and suggests
Send 10c for this pattern to
The Statesman Needlecraft Dept,
Make tonight's dessert an
event . . . serve De Luxe
Chocolate Divinity Cake ;
... it's light ... delicately
spiced ... topped with a
creamy chocolate icing.
Made from a nationally
famous Betty Crocker
recipe, with only the very
At Your Grocer's
TRY as she would, pretty
Stanley Paige could not
bring her whole self to meet John
Harmon's love. She was ashamed,
her affection seemed so beggarly
beside the great emotion he felt
for her. . . It had not always been
that way. Once before there had
been another man. Then she could
return those kisses with all her
heart. . . . Was that part of her
destined to remain in her past?
Or would marriage change things,
and would she be able to give
John the love he deserved? Don't
miss this exciting story of what
marriage taught a modern girl.
The new novel by allene CORLISS
Begins Next Thursday
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