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Thi OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Sunday Morning. February 4, 1934
Sunday Society, Clubs and Music Page of The Statesman
ion A uxiliaries M eet
In Conference Here
SALEM will play hostess Monday to officers of the state
department of the American Legion auxiliary and mem
bers of other units at a conference of district No. 2.
A luncheon for all visitors is scheduled for 12:30 o'clock
at the fraternal temple with members of Capitol unit acting
as hostesses. Immediately following the luncheon a business
session will be beld taking the
form of a school on general ac
tiTities 'with discussion of plans
for tbe coming year.
A no-host dinner at the Marion
liotel at 1:30 o'clock will pre
cede the mass meeting at 3 p. m.
to be beld in the anditorinm of
, Salem high school. The public is
' Invited to attend the mass meefc
' lng which will Include both the
Legion and auxiliary. Later the
" guests will go to the legion bail
for dancjng and refreshments.
The American Legion auxiliary
- Is the largest patriotic organisa
tion of women in the world with
its 8000 units of which 89 are
In Oregon. Women eligible for
membership in the auxiliary are
Especially invited to attend tbe
Among the distinguished guests
who will attend are Mrs. Dorothy
Eakin of Dallas, department
president of Oregon; Mrs. Mable
Mclntnrff of Marshfield, depart
ment secretary and treasurer;
Mrs. Ella Deiner of Newberg, dis
trict president; Mrs. Callie Hei
der of Sheridan, department fi
nance officer; Mrs. Elsie Graham
cf Portland, department c b i 1 d
welfare chairman; Mrs. Gladys
Turnbull of Portland, district
president of district No. 1; Mrs.
Marion Delaney of Salem, state
historian; and Mrs. Gayle Krea
son of Dallas, department legis
Daughters of Nile
A charming affair of Thursday
night was the Daughters of tbe
Nile club dinner t the Willam
ette Lodge country club. Hus
bands were special guests. The
table was centered with a mixed
bouquet of spring flowers flanked
by yello wtapers. Marigolds and
fern were used about the rooms.
Bridge was the diversion of the
evening, high score going to Mrs.
Davis Wright and Clare Vibbert.
The committee in charge of' en
tertainment was made up of Mrs.
M. C. Petteys, Mrs. B. B. Flack
and Mrs. Wayne Henry.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Clare
Vibbert, Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Ol
son, Dr. and Mrs. D. X. Beechler,
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. LeGaricJdr.
and Mrs- B. B. Flack, Mr. and
Airs. M. C. Petteys, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Henry, Mr and Mrs. Wril
liam LUjequist, Mr. and Mrs. Oli
ver Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Card Club Honored
at Moore Home
The Card club of the B. and
r. W. club met Friday night at
tbe home of Miss Ruth Moore
with Mrs. Mona Yoder assisting
the hostess. Contract and auction
bridge were in play and refresh
ments were served.
MUs Genevieve Marsters was a
f special guest. The March meeting
will be at the borne of Miss Ruth
Members present Friday were
Miss Lois Oh mart. Miss Edith
Burcb, Miss Ruth McAdams, Miss
Clara Witt, Miss May Cleveland,
Miss Helen Breithaupt. Miss
Helen Louise Crosby. Miss Juana
Holmes. Miss Daisy Haydeu, Miss
Merl Dimik, Miss Ruth Buckner.
Mrs. Amy Adams, Mrs. Lillian
Cadwell and hostesses. Miss Ruth
Moore and Mrs. Mona Yoder.
Roberts The women of the
G. T. club were entertained by
Mrs. Robert Judson, Mrs. Joe
ftfngwald and Mrs. John Orsborn
- at the Orsborn home Saturday.
Mrs. B. D. Fidler won the prize
for writing the best piece of
Members present were Mrs. W
C. Pettyjohn. Mrs.. B. D. Fidler.
Mrs. O.1 McGee, Mrs. Forest Ed
wards. Mrs. George. Higgins. Mrs.
L. Zlelke. Mrs. Buster Kleen.
Mrs. J. P. Bressler, Mrs. Roy J.
: Rice, Mrs. ' Esther Query, Mrs.
Alice Coolidge, Mrs. Flora Hoi
ley. Mrs. E. A. "Goodrich. Mrs
. J. P. Blankensbip, Mrs. Gordon
Bowman, Mrs. Albert Blanken
ship, Mrs. William Meier. Mrs.
N. P. Kugle, Mrs. Bud Stutesman,
Mrs. S. C. Davenport, Mrs. G. T.
Jungwirth, Mrs. Carl Heyden and
Union Hill. The Union Hill
Woman's club met at the home of
Mrs.' Charles Heater and Miss
Florence Potorf f . Following the
. business meeting a very interest
ing book review on Oregon tree-
end shrubs was iven by Miss
Florence Potorff. The remainder
of the afternoon was spent in
Quilting on a quilt for tbe hostess.
Those present were Mrs. B. E.
lowers, Mrs. Will Rabens, Mrs.
George Scott, Mrs. Hugh Hurt,
Mrs. Henry Peters. Mrs. Walter
Heater, Mrs. Dolph Heater, Mrs.
Douglas Heater, Mrs. David Pot
orff. Mrs. Verny Scott, Miss Alice
Jaquet, Misg Edna Morley and the
the hostesses, Mrs. Charles Heat
er and Miss Florence Potorff.
. The next meeting will be in two
weeks at the home of Mrs. W. H.
Jlollet. y -
. Miss Mabel Dotson will be host,
ess for a costume party of the O.
N. S. club Thursday night at her
borne. 1109 Union, at o'clock.
All former students - of Oregon
formal art welcome. . .
'0 ..;' i 1-1
Mrs. Dorothy Eakin of Dai
las department president
of the American Legion
auxiliary, tvill be in the
chair for the conference
Monday . in Salem. Ore
G. C. Will to Receive
Tuesday night the Knights of
Pythias will have the honor of pre
senting to George C. Will a 50
year jewel, Mr. Will having been
a member of the order for 50 con
secutive years. The ceremony will
take place in the K. P. hall, 248
North Commercial street. The fol
lowing program has been ar
ranged: Address of welcome, William
Gould; song. "My Oregon," Dr.
H. C. Epley; piano duet. Miss Gen
evieve and Miss Catherine Scharf;
jewel presentation by Leif Finseth
of Dallas; vocal selection. Miss
Maxine Fergerson; tap dance,
Miss Virginia Hart; selections,
Barrick quartet; four-minute talk,
"Why I am a Pythian," Lieut.
Walter Lansing; "America," led
by R. Wright; reading, Mrs.
Wayne Greenwoodi Scotch songs,
Robert Hutcheon; accordion and
guitar duet, Mrs. Greenwood and
Curtis Fergerson; song and dance
by the little McClintock twins,
Gloria and Barbara; short address,
Judge Charles Thomas; vocal solo,
Dancing will follow, with guests
expected from Dallas, Silverton,
Aurora, Independence and Hub
bard. The meeting is open to all
Pythians and friends.
Miss Stockton Back
Miss Zoe Stockton has return
ed from a three months' visit in
Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Former Salem residents who
entertained in honor of Miss
Stockton during . her visit were
Mr. and Mrs. Fret! Cornell (Matil
da Eckerlin), Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boogs,
Mr. and Mrs. Houston, Miss Mar
tha Milbert. Mr. and Mrs. Mack
O. Potter, Mrs. Benedict, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Lopey, Dr. and Mrs. A.
B. Gillis of Hollywood, Mrs. J. P.
Reed of Burlingame and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Haskins of Pasadena.
The Dakota club will meet in
the W. C. T. U. haU on Commer
cial Wednesday night for a 6:30
o'clock potluck supper. Those at
tending are asked to bring their
own table service. There will be
a program and everyone is re
quested to bring an old photo
graph of himself, wedding or oth
erwise. Dr. and Mrs. Fred E. Gulick
and son George of Portland were
luncheon guests Saturday at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Roben J.
Maaske. They will also have tea i
at the Maaske home this after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Plane
who have been guests at the home
of O. A. Noyes for the past month
are now visiting with Mr.' and
Mrs. C. C. Chaffee on the Wallace
road. They are leaving next week
for their home in Colorao.
Zenith The Spring Valley
home missionary society will meet
at the home of Mrs. L. Frank
Matthews Wednesday for . a 1
o'clock luncheon. Assisting host
esses will be Mrs. S. V. Crawford
and Mrs. Hugh Craig.
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Bride Elect i
MISS MILDRED MILLER,
whose marriage to S. M.
Bowe will be an event of
February 17, was the recipient of
a spice shower Friday when Miss
Betty-Mae Hartung entertained
her contract club. Daffodils and
acacia were used about the rooms.
High score was won by Miss Viola
Mrs. Robert Eyre assisted the
hostess at the tea hour. Special
guests were Miss Jean Eastridge,
Miss Elizabeth Clement and Miss
Club members bidden in honor
of Miss Miller were Miss Josephine
McGllchrist, Miss Hazel Johnson,
Miss Cynthia Delano. Miss Viola
Crozier, Aiss Grace Elizabeth Hol
man. Miss Elizabeth Looney, Mrs.
Robert Eyre and the hostess, Miss
The Pringle Community club
met Friday night at the Pringle
school house. The program was
In charge of Clifford Jones and
Mrs. F. R. Clerk. It opened with
community singing, followed by:
1. Instrumental Music Mrs. E. 8.
Cotes, Mrs. P. R. CUrk, Mr. O. T.
I. Reading. "Uncle Josh's Ground Hot
Story," Mary Alice Jones.
S. Song- Ines Bitfiker, Hvlen Fabry.
Roberta Ann Grabenhorit.
4. gongs Waldo Clark.
5. Skit Anthony and Warn Kunn.
6. Piano Solo Ruth Stapleton.
7. Story Tellinj E. G-. Clark, J. B.
8. Recitation - Elsie Furrer.
9. Swiss Yodelini; Records Ed Fnrrer.
10. Songs J. M. Coburn.
11. Piano Solo Virginia Costes.
12. Tableau Mr. and Mrs. Naslin, Mrs.
E. S. Coates. Mrs. W. H. Graben
horst Mrs F. R. Clark, Miss Vir
13. Harmonica Solo Jack Vaa Clear.
14. Tableau "The Old Spinning
Wheel." Mrs. Naslin. Mrs. W. M. Co
barn. Mrs. E. 8. Coates, Mrs. W. H.
Grabenhorst, Mrs. F. R. Clark, Miss
15. Swiss Yodelinit Recwrds EfcsjFurrer.
16. Play "How the Story Grew, ' Mr.
E. G. Clark, Mrs. Clifford Jones.
Mrs. W. H. Grabenhorst, Mrs. 0. T.
Sealey. Mrs. Lloyd Sweet Mrs. W.
H. Propst, Mrs. Jr. K. Clerk, Mrs.
George Adams. Directed by Mrs.
Miss Veltna Ross and Mrs.
Mabel Ross were joint hostesses
Friday night for a linen shower
in honor of Miss Margaret Rose
baugli, bride - elect of Bruce
Cooley. Games were played and
Miss Ruth Reasor sang, accom
panied by Miss Joy Cooley.
Cyclamen and primroses pro
vided the floral note together
with pussywillows. Refreshments
were served at a late hour with
Miss Joy Cooley, Miss Gladys Ross
and Misg Mary Ross assisting the
Bidden were Miss Margaret
Rosebraugh, guest of honor, Miss
Juanita Walling, Miss Frances
Harlan, Miss Hazel Ross. Miss
Ruth Reasor, Mrs. E. W. Cooley,
Mrs. S. P. Kimball, Mrs. Dean
Shoemaker, Mrs. A. J. Flint, Mrs.
I. E. Murphy. Mrs. Clifford Bow
en, Mrs. Albert Noth, Mrs. Mayme
Cochran, Mrs. D. B. Simpson, Mrs.
A. J. Arnett. Mrs. Will McMorris,
Mrs. B, E. Hollingsworth, Mrs. A.
D. Wagner, Mrs. Phoebe Powers
of Michigan, Mrs. T. L. Lind, Mrs.
Charles Emerlck, Mrs. E. J. Rea
sor, Mrs. O. C. McDowell, Mrs.
R. C. Blaxall, Mrs. Roy Kenyon
and hostesses. Miss Velma Ross
and Mrs. Mabel Ross.
Merry Minglers Meet
Mrs. George Tharpe opened her
home to the Merry Minglers club
Thursday afternoon. Following
the business meeting an informal
social time. was enjoyed.
In attendance were Mrs. J. J.
Ackerman. Mrs. E. S. Barker,
Mrs. C. C. Colwell. Mrs. A. W.
Fletcher, Mrs. Robert Fromm,
Mrs. L. B. Malm, Miss Orlie Mitch
ell, Mrs. Allen McCain. Mrs. F. P.
Phipps. Mrs. Fred Schatf, Mrs.
Hans Seitz, Mrs. C. L. Snyder,
Mrs. J. E. Woodburn, Mrs. J. I
Wagers, Mrs. Robert Wagers and
hostess, Mrs. George Tharpe.
Mrs. Homer Vent will enter
tain the club next on February
The Unitarian church will have
a special vesper service this after
noon at 5 o'clock. A boy's quar
tet from the Crescendo club will
sing and a philharmonic trio of
Doris Barnett, Georgia Childs and
Kenneth Robinson will appear in
a group of numbers. Rev. W. G.
Eliot of Portland, Church of Our
Father, will give the sermon. A
social hour and tea will follow the
service in the Emerson room of
Centralia temple No. 11. Pyth
ian Sisters, will sponsor a benefit
"500" party Monday night in the
K. P. hall starting at 8 o'clock.
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Mrs. George A. White who with Major General White will
be the guest of honor at a formal military ball to be given
F ebruary 16 in the armory by the Marion and Polk County
Reserve Officers association.
F ormal Ball Will Honor
General, Mrs. White
On February 16
TiiTlDST gala decorations of flags, bunting and palms the
J.TJ. iteserve Ufticers association of Marion and Polk coun
ties will dance formally Friday night, February 16, at the
armory. Major uenerai and Mrs. George A. White are the
guests of honor for the affair which is strictly invitational.
Boots Grant's orchestra will play.
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Mrs. William H. Lytle and Mrs.
David B. Hill were joint hostesses
Friday afternoon at the Lytle
residence for a smartly arranged
luncheon in honor of Miss Gert
rude Hanger, bride-elect of James
A striking arrangement of
white flowers in blue vases and
white tapers in silver holders was
used on the luncheon table. The
afternoon was spent at contract
with honors going to Mrs. H. G.
Bidden to compliment Miss
Hanger were Mrs. Jack Elliott,
Mrs. H. G. Maison, Mrs. Jack Cal
laghan, Mrs. -Wayne Loder, Mrs.
T. A. Livesley, Mrs. Peter Mac
Donald, Mrs. James Young, Mrs.
Clifton Irwin, Miss Virginia
Bright, Miss Dorothy Moore, Miss
lone Jordan, Mrs. Ercel Kay and
hostesses. Mrs. Lytle and Mrs.
Aid Society Will Meet
The Ladies' Aid society of Les
lie Memorial church will meet in
the church parlors Wednesday at
2 o'clock. After the business'
meeting there will be a surprise
musical program and Mrs. J. Vin
ton Scott will talk on Japanese
Mrs. W. J. LInfoot is chairman
of the committee for the after
noon assisted by Mrs. W. M. Ashe,
Mrs. S. Darlow Johnson and Mr.
Wm. F. Garnjobst. All members
and friends are invited.
Mrs. M. B. Gilmore of Milady's
shop, left for San Francisco Sat
urday night to attend the whole
sale ready-to-wear buyers and
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at Military Ball
A reception will precede the
ball, in the line will be Major
General and Mrs. White. Briga
dier uenerai and Mrs. James K.
Parsons of Vancouver barracks,
Brigadier General and Mrs.
Thomas E. Rilea, Colonel and
Mrs. Carle Abrams. and Lieut.
Commander and Mrs. John A.
Beckwith of Portland.
Invitations have been sent to
army and navy officers and a
small group of distinguished civi
lian guests numbering 600 in all.
Committee work for the first
strictly military affair to be held
in Salem for several years has
already begun. Colonel Abrams is
military host for the reception
and ball and committee heads in
clude Lieut. Winfield .Clarke,
Lieut. Laban S t e 0 v e s, Lieut.
Ralph Sipperell, Lieut. Don Bay
lor and Lieut. Robey Ratcliff.
Mrs. Marie Cardy entertained
with a bridge party Friday night,
with Mrs. Emma Vesper assisting
the hostess at the luncheon hour.
High honors went to Miss Lola
Schultz. Guests included Miss Ad
eline Thompson, Miss Mabel Ja-
cobsen, Miss Lola Schultz, Miss
Molly Schwabbauer, Mrs. Luella
Fruit, Mrs. Helen Gardner and
Mrs. Mabel Butte.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Merrill of
Portland are weekend guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Leif Bergsvik.
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1 peace program ot the
Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution. It means not only
military defense, an adequate
army and navy, it means the pres
ervation ot our American institu
tions home, school and church.
It means the preservation of the
constitution of the United States,"
said Mrs. Frances Looney Cornell
in a spirited address before tbe
D. A. R. Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Cornell approved of tbe ap
propriation bills . before congress
now for building up the navy, and
defended strong army and navy
as the greatest security for peace,
quoting the late President Calvin
Mrs. H. G. Smith was hostess
for the meeting. A social hour and
tea followed the business session.
The table was covered with a
beautiful lace cloth and centered
with an exquisite bouquet of free
sias and pink rosebuds. Mrs. Oscar
Hayter and Mrs. Frank Settlemier
presided at the urns.
Miss Amy Harding of Woodburn
and Mrs. W. E. Chandler were spe
cial guests. Members present were
Mrs. John H. Carkin, Mrs. C. A.
Sprague. Mrs. U. G. Shipley, Mrs.
Ora L. Cosper, Mrs. H. T. Love,
Miss Edna Mingus, Mrs. W. B.
Johnston, Mrs. W. G. Boyer, Mrs.
C. C. Geer, Mrs. John R. Allgood,
Mrs. Lewis Griffith, Mrs. H. J.
Ostlind, Mrs. W. B. Connor, Mrs.
F. W. Settlemier, Mrs-. Oscar Hay
ter, Mrs. Frances Cornell, Mrs. B
L. Steeves, Mrs. Carey Martin,
Mrs. Russell Catlin, Miss Lillian
Applegate. Mrs. Fred C. Ritner,
Mrs. David Looney, Mrs. Stephen
B. Minard, Mrs. C. C. Best, Mrs.
W. F. Fargo, Mrs. C. B. Sundberg,
Mrs. V. E. Newcomb, Mrs. J. W.
Harbison, Mrs. Homer Goulet,
Mrs. L. C. McLeod and the hostess,
Mrs. H. G. Smith.
Musical Tea Event of
Miss Frances Virginie Melton
has invited all friends and music
lovers to another of her delight
ful first Sunday of the month mu
sical teas this afternoon at 4
o'clock, in her studio at 4 81 N.
The hostess will talk briefly on
Chopin and a piano program of
Chopin compositions will be pre
sented. Greeting guests at the door will
be Miss Shirley Knighton and as
sisting about the rooms will be
Mrs. G. H. Swift, Mrs. R. D. Paris
and Mrs. W. Ludd Read.
Mrs. C. P. Bishop and Mrs. S.
P. Kimball will pour during the
tea hour and Miss Doratha Man
ning, Miss Margaret Siegmund
and Miss Sal lie BcLennan will
C.E. Society Formed
A group of young people met
in the assembly room of the First
organized a Young People's Chris
tian Endeavor society, will meet
every Sunday night at 6:30
o'clock. A social hour followed
the organization meeting.
New officers include Ruth Wil
son, president; Meryl Delapp, vice
president; Loyal Zell, secretary;
and Lyle Leach, treasurer. Opal
Siewert was appointed as pianist
and Emory Petticord, song leader.
"Listen to Leon", current pro
duction of the Chemeketa Play
ers, will continue its run every
night this next week starting
Monday in the Nelson auditorium.
Curtain is at 8:15 p. m.
Dr. J. Vinton Scott
Office Phone Home Phone
304-5 1st National Bank BTdg.
Y. W. Finance Drive to
A CALL to all Salem residents to support' the Y.W.C.A.
will be issued this coming week beginning Monday and
lasting through Friday. Mrs. F. A. Elliott, chairman of the
finance drive, has marshalled a corps of workers and can
vassing of the city to raise $4500 will begin Tuesday.
The Y.W.C.A. fulfills a permanent place in community
Appointed as head of the
women's division of the
consumer's advisory board,
Mrs. Tattie Russner Jacobs
is shown as she took over
her new post. She is a
well-known feminist and w
a former head of the Ala
bama division of the wom
en's organization for prohi
Mrs. Florence E. Shipp return
ed Friday night from Portland
where she attended a banquet
Thursday given for the national
and department officers of the
Woman's Relief corps. Mrs. Shipp
is the national state aide and al
so department councillor this
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INTRODUCTORY OFFER: During the appear
ance of our make-up expert from the Colonial
Dames Laboratories in Hollywood, beginning
Feb. 5-19. a large bottle of Colonial Dames
'Beauty Wash" will be included -with any Col
onial Dames purchase of $1.00 or more. This
eminent specialist will give interested women a
complete facial treatment, and teach you many
clever make-up tricks. No obligation. One week
only early appointments are advised.
Contract Bridge Lessons
MARION HOTEL, Tuesday, February 6
Mrs. Wm. H. Quinn
Associate Culbertson Teacher
2 o'clock Review Class
6 o'clock Beginners' Class
7 o'clock Beginners Class - .
8 o'clock Sweepstake Tournament
work as well as serving as an
employment bureau for girls in
the present business crisis, when
so far tbe government has made
no specific provision for unem
ployed women. It 1 the only in
stitution la Salem solely for the
help of women,
. Work of Y. W.
In addition to the many club
activities the V. W. maintains ft
hotel for women with cooking
privileges, an Information service
and a reception room which is
-used daily by an average of 500
Classes in swimming and gym
nasium are offered in cooperation
with the Y.M.C.A. and a summer
camp maintained on the Santiam
river above Mehama. A guitar
and mandolin orchestra is also
Clubs within the Y. W. in
clude' 12 Girl Reserve groups,
the Encinitis club for senior
business girls, the Escalero club
for junior business girls, and the
Cadena club tor girls employed in
The executive committee in
charge of the drive includes Mre.
Elliott, general chairman, Mrs. L.
O. Clement, Mrs. Elizabeth Galla
her, Mrs. F. H. Spears,. chairman
of teams; Mrs.' W. E. Feldman.
publicity; Mrs. J. A. Bronson, of
fice committee; Mfa. P. W. Byrd.
lists; Mrs. C. ft. Hamilton, Mrs. ,
Percy Kelly and Mrs. Claude!
Glenn, hospitality. Mrs. J. A.
Bronson and Mrs. M. B. Wag
staff are the ftadltoM.
The initial gift committee In
cludes Mrs., George Alden, Mrs.
Elliott, Mrs. William Gahlsdorf.
Mrs. William McGilchrist, Jr.,
Mrs. Clement, Mrs. Spears, Mrs.
Harry Hawkins and Mrs. Galla
her. Team Captains
Captains and their teams are
as follows: Mrs. 'William Busick:
Mrs. William Phillip, Mrs. H. V.
Compton, Mrs. Lewis Griffith.
Mrs. Harry Miller and Mrs. Roy
Mrs. Vernon Perry: Mrs.
Clayton Foreman, Miss Catherine
Corey, Miss Peggy Goodfellow.
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