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The OREGON STATESMAN," Salem, r, Oregon, Thursday Morning, November 1. 1934
Mrs. Findley Has
MRS. M. C. FINDLEY ot 2 2 5
North 20th avenue return
A ed Wednesday from a trip
across the continent to' Washing
ton. D. C. She left Salem October
2 tor Seattle to attend the Colum
bia River Branch meeting of the
W. V. M. S. of the First Methodist
church. After the - two-day con
clave. Mra. Findley con tinned east
She Tit I ted with Mr. and Mrs.
George direr at Yakima and
spent two days at the World's fair
in Chicagc. In Baltimore, Md.,
Mrs. Fiadloy attended the Sesqui
Centennial commemorating the
founding of the Methodist church
tn Imrrirf On a rfa nt t n a ron.
tennial was 'devoted entirely to
women's work, with a luncheon at
the Baltimore hotel for 1000
guests. The conclave dosed with
. From Baltimore -Mrs. Findley
went to Washington where she
represented ; as an official dele
gate the Columbia River branch
of the W. F. M. S. at the 64th an
nual .General Executive of the so
ciety. Sessions were from October
17 to 21 and delegates were in
attendance from the 11 branches
In- the United States.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wulf (Pan
line - Findley) entertained Mrs.
Wolfs mother in Philadelphia for
sv delightful visit. After stopping
ever In Cincinnati, O., Mrs. Find
ley returned home by way of the
Great Northern. She reports
heavy snows in the Rocky moun
tains and extreme desolation in
the middle western states, some
ot which nave not yet felt fall
Potluck Supper Given
- Members of the Tri-V class of
the Calvary Baptist Sunday school
met in the church social room
Tuesday night for a potluck sup
per followed by a business meet
ing and social hoar.
Special guests were Rev. and
Mrs. W. Earl Cochran and Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Emerson. Mr. Emer
son gave an interesting talk on
Class members attending were
Miss Mina Gile, teacher. Miss La
sTinia Buirgy, Miss Eva Cochran,
Miss Lola v Dale Pickens, Miss
Clara. Jane Harms, Miss. Loree
Barham, Miss Velna Alexander,
Miss Ila Mills, Miss Catherine
Banta, Miss Phyllis Bunnell, Miss
Janet McAllister, Wilbur Harms,
Kenneth Pickens, Elmer TJarkus,
Kenneth Hanson, Ralph Coulson,
Elmer Ainundson, Addison Foster
and Edward Schunke.
Button trimming, as you prob
ably knov, u one ot .the mcst im
portant trends in the style notes
of the season. - Where could it
be used to better advantage, than
to set v off the . unusual lines of
this smartly; tailored afternoon
dress? - The raglan sleeves are as
fashionable as they are comfort
able and for those .who prefer
them, short sleeves are indicated
In the -pattern. '".-.Although the
scarf -collar tied, high beneath the
chin certainly gives the frock a
spirited air, the ' drees may be
made with a simply rounded neck
line. And notice the slenderis
ing effect of the diagonal motif
which is repeated in the - seam
across the front of the skirt!
Pattern 2054 is available .In
sizes 14, 16, 1820, 52, 34, 26,
38.40 and 42. Size 16 takes 2
yards 54 inch fabric. .' Illustiated
$tep-by-step sewing instructions
included. : .
i. Send. Fifteen cent' (15e) :i etaa
or staap ( coins preferred); lor this
Anne Adams pattern. - Write . plainly
lut, address & style Bomber. Be
..are to state sise. " "
v Order yeor Winter Patten Book.'
Older- it Nl Tk aew- Anna Ad-"
ma models are atanaiac. and se cat?
Uh Basket' Designs for alt aes sad,
aU ccaaioaa.- Price ef Book, la tent.
Book and Pattern, together, 25 eeats.
! Address 'ders ',-to The nflnfos.
Statesman Fatter PepW 315 South'
Commercial street, Salem. Make -rusmrj
nrloor. Toar -,: order wlU
be pronptir atteaded iev:"
Orders eostomarily are filled within
forir dy from tile time received
The 6ta.teaisB. -. .'
News and Club
Thursday, November 1 :
Junior Woman's club, 7:30 p. m. at Women's club
house to organize.
Merry Minglers with Mrs. J. E. Woodburn, 2 p. m.
Nile club all day meeting at Masonic temple.
Woman's Benefit association, 8 p. m. at K. P. hall.
U. S. Grant circle. Ladles of G. A, VL, business meet
ing at armory, 2:30 p. m.
Hayesville Woman's club with Mrs.'D. Grelg, 4:30
F. L. club with Miss Dorothy Hauge, 1420 N. Com
mercial, 8 p. m. Sewing.
Delta Phi alumnae with Miss Avis Love, 444 N. Win
ter, 7:30 p. m.
Raphaterian club with Mrs. Ronald Glover, 635 N.
Commercial, 2:30 p. m.
Friday, November 2
Card club of B. and P. W. club with Miss Edith
Burch, Moore apartments.
Rickey Sunshine club with Mrs. W. F. Carothers,
Talk by Miss Grace E. Smith on ballot measures,
tor Woman's club and husbands, 7:30 p. m. at club
house. Unitarian Woman's Alliance, business meeting and
tea, 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. W. E. Feldman, 940 Parrish.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary business meeting at armory,
2 p. m.
Salem district institute of the Woman's Missionary
society of the Evangelical church, all day at the church.
Englewood Woman's club with Mrs. J. J. Nunn,
$40 N. 19th, 2 p. m.
Brush College grange, 7 p. m. dinner at schoolhouse.
West side Ladies Aid of Jason Lee church, 1 p. m. at '
church. Business and sewing.
Y's Menettes, 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. V. A. Douglas,
1740 Fir street.
Saturday, November 3
Inter-club council of Y. W. C. A. meeting at 4:30
p. m. at Y. W.
Chemeketa chapter, D. A. R., luncheon at Tea
House. Res. at 8613 or 9631.
Mothers of Salem high school band members will
organize at Y. W. C. A., 2 p. m.
n I he Valley
Kingwooa Mrs. G. E. Vos-
burgh was hostess Tuesday, aft
ernoon for the Laurel Social Hour
club. Guests were Miss Barbara
Whipple and Miss Mona Vosburgh.
The club voted to purchase the al
lotment of Red Cross Christmas
seals. A lengthy discussion was
held, with no definite decision
concerning a reading course for
Woodburn A beautiful wed
ding ceremony took place at St.
Luke's church Tuesday morning
at 9 o'clock when Miss Rosalia
Gilles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Gilles of Woodburn, be
came the bride ot Robert Sonnen,
son of Mr. and Mra. Joseph X.
Sonnen, sr., of near Hubbard.
Nuptial high mass of the "Guard
ian Angel" was performed by Rev.
J. E. Rubis ot St. Luke's.
The children's choir sang, as
sisted by Mrs. A. F. Hanauska
and Miss Ernestine Nathman who
also sang the "Ave Maria" as a
duet The wedding music was
played by Sister Clementine. The
bride was lovely in a tiptoe length
dress of white lace with tight bod
ice. Her veil was held in place
by a cap of lace and orange blos
soms. She carried a shower bou
quet of pink rosebuds and fern
ery with silver ribbon streamers.
Miss Amanda Gilles was brides
maid for her sister. Jake Sonnen.
brother of the groom, was best
man. Little Dolores Welle of Sa
lem, was flower girl.
After the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was served at the home ,
of the bride's parents. A wedding
dance was given at the Broadac
res hall Tuesday night. After a
short wedding trip the young cou
ple will reside on the Frank Fel
ler farm near Donald.
Mt. Angel St. Mary's church
was the scene of a charmingly
simple wedding, Tuesday morning
at 8:15 o'clock when Miss Dolores
Kruse, daughter of -Mrs. Kather-
Ine Kruse became, the bride of
Louis Sebwab, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Schwab. Rev. Father
Alcuin officiated at the nuptial
St. Mary' choir sang accompa
nied at the organ by Miss Helen
Keber, who also played the wed
ding march. -Two solos, Gounod's
"Ave Maria" and "Mary at Thy
Feet is Kneeling," were sang by
Mifs Agnes Walker.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her brother, George
Krnse had her sister, Miss Char
lotte Kruse, as her only attend
ant. The bride's dress was a
beautiful' model of ivory trans
parents velvet, made with long
sleeves nd floor-length skirt. Her
long tulle veil was fastened in
the back with a spray of-orange
blossoms. She carried an arm
bouquet of Talisman rosebuds And
lilies of the valley. :-.
'Mr. Schwab was .attended by
his nephew, Louis LeDooiV
The wedding dinner was -served
to 30 relatives and friends at
the Krnse home. An informal re
ception followed, after which Mr.
and' Mrs. Schwab left for a wed
ding trip to southern' California.
They will return to reside here.
" AmityThe members of the
Epworth League! were entertained
with a Hallowe'en party Tuesday
night in the parlors of the M. E.
chureh.": '.The: rooms were decor-1
ated in autumn foliage, Jack o'lan
terns, black cats, owls, bats, etc
Games were played and fortunes
told.- The -committee in charge
was Mrs. F. L. Cannell. Mrs. Roy
Freeman, the Misses Edna Coch
ran and Iris Stephens. Abbnt 30
were present. ' , -
, ; -'. f .
' Brush College Mrs. Paul1 Wal
lace opened , her "lovely country
home to members of the Brush
College Helpers . for the Initial
meeting of the tall, Thursday aft
ernoon. The, hostess was assisted
by Mrs. Sam Rirett, Mrs., Louis
Singer and ; Mra. Joe . 8inger. ' r
Mrs. Audrey Ewlng was elected
presidents Mrs. Frank Rivett is
vice-president and Mrs. V. L. Gib
son,: secretary-treasurer. Mr Fred
Ewlng was Uncharge of the pro
Miss Vernita JBatson
Mrs. Ellis Batson was hostess
to a group of young people recent
ly in honor of the 10 th birthday
of her daughter. Miss Vernita.
Owls, witches, cornstalks and
pumpkin men decorated the
Dinner was served at 6 o'clock
and Hallowe'en games occupied
the evening. The guest of honor
received many gifts.
Those Invited to fete Miss Bat
son were the Misses Margaret
Wonderlick. Phyllis Baltimore
Marjorie Peterson, La urine and
LaVelle Cross, Elsie Kook, Doro
thy Hoar, Barbara Lutz, Betty
Robinette, Ilona Batson and Ray
mond Kook, Keith and Emerson
Silverton Mrs. George Abel
and her daughter. Miss Julietta
Abel were honored at a nartv riv
en by St. Monica '8 Altar society of
St. Paul's church at the home of
Mrs. Frank WeyerB, prior to the
A Deis leaving for Los Angeles to
make their home. George Abel,
well-known here in the young cir
cles, son of Mrs. 'Abel, left recent
ly for southern California. Mrs.
John Frank (Frances Abel) who
has been visiting here since Sep
tember, will leave for her home in
San Francisco soon.
Present at the party were MrB.
Abel, Miss Abel, Mrs. Frank, Mrs.
C. B. Weatherill, Mrs. A. Cole,
Mrs. Bud Cross, Mrs. E. A. Dom
ogalla, Mrs. ' Elizabeth Uphoff,
Mrs. Johannah Schaefer, Mrs.
RusseLLuckey, Mrs. Clara Witt of
Salem, Mrs. William Fitxke, Mrs.
L. Cahoy, Mrs. L. Rose, Mrs. Jo
seph Gander, Mrs. T. St. Ger
maine.'Mrs. J. Hopfinger, Mrs.
R. W. Davis. Mrs. J. H. McCul
lough, and Mrs. Ben Zollner.
Silverton "The Witches Grot
to" made a charming setting for
the seasonal party given Monday
night at the Masonic and Eastern
Star orders at their hall. The in
formal program consisted of a
violin and piano duet by Ethel and
Edith Knight; banjo selections by
Oliver Carpenter; vocal solos by
Mrs. Harry Riches and Mrs. W. P.
Scarth; violin solos by Mrs. Wil
liam Swift; harmonica selections.
Bruce Skinner; and group singing
led by Mrs. Scarth. Mrs. Fern
Davenport accompanied the .aoup.
Following the program a pa
rade of the costumes was held and
Mrs. George Hubbs won the cos
tume prize. Cootie was played dur
ing the evening with Mrs. Bruce
Skinner winning the prize.
Silverton Elizabeth Earls re
ported Monday night at the regu
lar session of the Junior Women's
club meeting on the federation
meeting held at Gates last Fri
day. . , 5
A discussion of changing the
meeting date of the club from
Monday night to some other night
during .the week was also held.
No decision, was reached however.
The announcement was made
that Dr. P.. A. Loar would speak
at the Monday night meeting of
next week. Miss Emylin Frazler
Is in charge ot this meeting.
Rickreall Mrs. Chester c fill-
lam Miss Mildred Raker and If tea'
Edith. Hezeltine- were- hostesses
lor a card nartv Satnrdav nis-ht
at the home of Mrs. Gillam. 1
Guests were Mr." and Mm. TtnK.-
ert Kutch, Mr. and Mrs. Charles'
uocnran, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Teft, all of Dallas, Mr. Stanley
Walker, Salem, Miss Lillian Von
finnon. Amity; Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell Boyce, McGillam, and the
hostesses, Mrs.-Gillam, Miss Ba
ker and Miss Heseltlne,
- Dayton Miss Beatrice Milford.
daushter of Mr, and Mrs. Floyd
Milford became the ibride of
George 'Deibel, ion, of "Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Dibel at 2 - o'clock
Saturday, - October -26', Vat the
Evangelical parsonage. Rev. F. E.
Fisher officiating. Arlo Hill and
Mr. Milford were attendants, Mr.
and - Mrs. Diebel will be at home
on the Lyle Stephens farm In the
Miss Cheshire is
A wedding; of Interest to the
f young set will be that of
Mine Rlltihilh Ann fh
shire, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
W. B.. Cheshire of The Dalles, to
Dr. Eugene P. Tupker. son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Tupker of Lewis
ton, Ida., which will be solemn
ized this .morning at 9 o'clock.
Father Thomas V. Keenan will
officiate at the St, Vincent de Paul
Miss Cheshire has chosen a
black tunic frock trimmed with
novelty buttons, and a velvet tur
ban for her ensemble. Her corsage
will be of orchids.
Miss Bernlce Croner and Miss
Blanche Leobo will be bridesmaids
and will be gowned in green and
wine colored frocks respectively,
wearing rosebud corsages.
, Dr. Tupker will be attended by
Raymond Ludwell of Portland and
Ellis Harris will act as usher.
After a wedding trip to Victor
ia, B. C, the conple will reside at
the Stratton apartments.
The bride attended Long Beach
Junior college and Willamette
university where she was a pledge
of Delta Phi sorority. Dr. Tupker
is a graduate of the University of
Idaho and the Crelghton Medical
school in Omaha, Neb., where he
was affiliated with Phi Rho Sig
ma. He is resident physician at
the Oregon State penitentiary.
Raphaterians to Meet
An afternoon of sewing will be
enjoyed by the Raphaterian club
today at the home of Mrs. Ron
ald Glover. Chrysanthemums, as
ters and autumn foliage will add
to the attractiveness of the guest
rooms. Mrs. Effie W. Dunlap
will assist at the tea hour.
Mrs. Cecil Hawley of San Fran
cisco will be a special guest. Those
invited are Mrs. Carle Abrams,
Mrs. C. E. Bates, Mrs. G. C. Bel
linger, Mrs. Phil Netmeyer, Mrs.
H. S. Giles, Mrs. James Heltzel,
Mrs. Floyd Utter, Mrs. Charles
Sherman. Mrs. Elliott Colony,
Mrs; Waldo Mills, Mrs. A. A. Sie
wert, Mrs. Otto Wilson, Mrs. Roy
Hewitt, Mrs. A. A. Schramm, Mrs.
Ray Smith, Mrs. Eller Fisher,
Mrs. Tinkham Gilbert, Mrs. M. E.
Peck, Mrs. Lee Unruh and the
hostess, Mrs. Ronald Glover."
Mrs. Hawkins Fetes
Mrs. Harry Hawkins was a
bridge luncheon hostess of Tues
day afternoon when she enter
tained for her contract club. Chry
santhemums made up the attrac
tive table centerpiece.
Special guests were Mrs. Jack
Callaghan and Mrs. Roy Simmons.
Club members are Mrs. Frits
Slade, Mrs. Prince Byrd, Mrs. W.
Connell Dyer, Mrs. Arthur Rahn,
Mrs. Keith Powell. Mrs. T. A.
Roberts, Mrs. Frank H. Spears,
Mrs. David Eyre, Mrs. Dan Fry,
Jr., Mrs. John H. Carson and the
hostess, Mrs. Harry Hawkins.
Mrs. Mohr Presides
Mrs. H. J. Mohr will preside at
a beautifully arranged luncheon
this afternoon at her Portland
home In Laurelhurst. The Ken
sington club from Salem, of which
she is a member, will be her
Those Invited are Mrs. F. S.
Anunsen, Mrs. I. M. Doughton,
Mrs. Herbert Hauser, Mra. Charles
Hudkins. Mrs. A. A. Ke?ne, Mrs.
F. K, Power Mrs. C. S. Pratt,
Mrs. T. S. Roberts, Mrs. Albert
Smith. Mrs. Otto J. Wilson and
Mrs. George M. King.
Mrs. W. T. Jenks of 635 N.
Summer returned to Salem late
Wednesday from a two months
visit in the east. She went back
to Boston to meet her daughter,
Mrs. Kenneth Wade Thompson,
who had just returned from a
year abroad. Mrs. Jenks spent
three. weeks -with her daughter,
one. week in New York, visited
Washington, D. C, stopped over
in Chicago and Milwaukee and
came home by the Canadian
Mrs. Lloyd Mitchell entertained
at her home Saturday night with
a500 party, carrying out the Hal
lowe'en motif in accessories and
refreshments. Guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Krehbiel, Mr. and
Mrs. George Witte, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy. Hammer, Mr, and Mrs. Eldon
Johnson, Mrs.. Hendricks, Miss
Bertha Jorgenson and the hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd MitchelL .
The Ensrlewood Woman's dub
will meet with Mrs. J. J. Nunn,
940 N. 19th street, Friday after,
noon at 2 o'clock. Silas Gaiser
will speak on the tax limitation
bill.- . ,
Mrs. T. E. Given and small
daughter, Vephne of Silverton
were weekend guests for Home
coming of Mrs. Ronald Glover and
Mrs. Effie Dunlap.
; Important adjourned meeting of stockholders .of. Ore-"-
, gon Linen .Mills to be held at two" o'clock; Saturday.
: afternoon, November 3rd, Chamber -of Commerce,
Salem; Oregon, for the purpose of ratifying action of
s Board "of Oregon Linen Mills. It is of great importance
for all stockholders to either attend or be represented
by Proxy. . , . ? : - " : v
Can Do 8 Entertained
, A jolly Hallowe'en party was
given for the Leslie. Can Do club
in the church, parlors Tuesday
night, Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Ubrich,
Mr. and Mrs. John Bertelson and
Mr. and Mrs.: Mason Bishop were
hosts. . . . ,
Witches, ghosts and cats in
corners and nooks, together with
orange and ; black decorations
about the rooms made a delight
ful background for. the festivities.
Mrs. Wayne Greenwood told for
tunes. Aba late hour refreshments
Present were Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Murray, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc
Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jat
tison, Mrs. Ruth Frohmater, Mrs.
W. J. Bates. Mrs. J. L. 'Heldler;
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bosell, Mr.
and Mrs.. Morris and daughter.
Mrs. Norrls, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Stone and son, Bobby, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Linfoot and son, Ross,
Miss Anora Welch, Mrs. Martha
Priesing, Mrs. C. A. Graham. Mrs.
B. E. Otjen, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Or
wig and daughter, Harriet, Mrs.
Wayne Greenwood, Mrs. Rolland
Rasmussen, Dr. and Mrs. B. F.
Pound and the hosts.
Hobo Party Enjoyed
by C. E. Group
The Intermediate Christian En
deavor of the Court Street Chris
tian church held a hoboe party
In the church basement recently.
Games -were played and appropri
ate refreshments served.
' Feme Henseley won first prize
for the best costume and Fred
Dewey, second prize.
The committee in charge ot the
affair included Clyde Randall,
chairman, Dollie Wodell, Bonetia
Walker, Yvonne Walters and the
advisor, Delbert Daniels.
Those present were the Misses
Leora Worth. Jean Hawkins,
Jeanne Walters, Hazel Kruger.
Katherine Moen, Margaret Clare.
Eleanor Bailey, Frances Marshall,
Feme Henseley, Eloise. Hawkins,
Constance Woydell, Bonitia Walk
er, Dollie Wodell, Yvonne Walt
ers, Mary Kruger, Anita Burke,
Mariana Leiby, Violet Kruger,
June Armstrong, Jean Rodgers,
Doris Kruger. Goldie Bloom and
Escorts Included Frank Moore,
Alvin Armstrong, Gordon Randall,
Charles Olson, Herbert Walker,
Daryll Craig. Clyde Randall, D. W.
Daniels, Herbert Walker, Lester
Armstrong, Dalton Tinnis, Fred
Dewey and Virgil Parker.
Over 225 Salem Statesman
mastheads were stitched, gather
ed, frilled and ruffled to fosm
the novel Hallowe'en fancy-dress
costume of Mrs. Robert Schaefer
and Mrs. Victor Bones of Turner,
which they wore last night.
An afternoon's sewing was re
quired to make the costumes
which are composed solely of Sa
lem Statesman mastheads stitch
ed to cotton backing. One cos
tume, worn by Mrs. Schaefer, was
modeled upon the gown of a col
onial dame. The other was the
knee-length fitted at the waist at
tire of a colonial gallant, and will
be worn by Mrs. Bones.
The wedding of Miss Marjorie
Drorbaugh and Gerald Carpenter
was solemnized in Vancouver,
Wash., Saturday. The bride is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Drorbaugh of Salem and a grad
uate of Willamette university
where she was affiliated with Al
pha Phi Alpha sorority.
Mr. Carpenter attended Willam
ette and was a member of Alpha
Psi Delta. The couple wfll make
their home in Camas, Wash.,
where Mr. Carpenter is employed
in the paper mill. - :
Mrs. Hardie Contract
Dessert luncheon and an after
noon of contract was enjoyed at
the home of Mrs. James Hardie
Tuesday afternoon by members of
her bridge club. Mrs. I. A. De
France was a special guest.
Those bidden were Mrs. George
Rhoten, Mrs. Keith Brown, Mrs.
George Moorhead, Mrs. H. B. Reil
ly, Mrs. Rnskin Blatchford, Mrs.
A. W. Grant, Mrs. G. W. Ross
and the hostess, Mrs. James Har
Miss Frances Virginle Melton
announces another of her First-Sunday-of-the-month
this weekend in her studio at 993
Court street, beginning at 4
o'clock. Young piano students
will present the program. The in
terested public is invited to at
The Yomarco class of the First
M. E. church .will meet with Mrs.
Ronald Glover 63 5 N." Commer
cial street, Monday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock. -
Mrs. V. A. Douglas will enter-;
tain the L's Menettes Friday aft
ernoon at 2:30 o'clock. .Mrs.
Ralph Barnes will tell of her ex
periences In Russia. '
The Liberty Woman's club
meeting has been postponed until
next week, Wednesday, November
Gay Towels Add
ssGg M il '
Let your kitchen be gay in
towels embroidered in these sim
ple motifs in outline and cross
stitch. You can do them all in one
color the predominating eolor of
the kitchen in- a color and black,
or In a variety of colors. The
towels will add to the charm of
any kitchen, and are a gift that
is inexpensive as well as practical
and attractive. The girl with a
hope chest will welcome them and
Hot Bread Recipes Dae
At Stalesman by Noon
Good cooks of Salem and vic
inity have until noon today to
bring their hot bread recipes to
The Statesman office. Cash prizes
totaling $2 will be announced Fri
day morning together with a new
Any kind of quick bread recipe
is eligible . . . baking powder bis
cuits, muffins, parker house and
other rolls, waffles, griddle cakes,
etc. The use of fruits or nuts in
muffins adds variety and recipes
which call for unusual combina
tions or flavorings are especially
wanted. Include a menu if you de
sire. Concluding the series on the
eggs are the following:
Baked Eggs in Rice
V cop uncooked rice
1 pint canned tomatoes
1 bay leaf
2 tablespoons melted butter or fat
2 tablespoons floor
3 tablespoons grated cheese
1 enp buttered bread crumbs
. Cook rice in a large quantity
of boiling salted water for 20 min
utes or until tender. Wash in cold
water,, drain and let steam and
swell over hot water. Prepare a
sauce by cooking tomatoes and
seasonings for 10 minutes, strain
and thicken with the blended fat
and flqur. Make a layer of rice
in & shallow greased baking dish,
drop the raw eggs carefully on
the rice, pour on the sauce, and
sprinkle the top with grated
cheese crumbs. Bake in a slow
oven, about 276 degrees, until
the eggs are set. Serve in baking
dish. Makes five portions.
cup bread cubes
4 tablespoons erisco
S tablespoons water
Vt teaspoon salt
cup finely crated carrots
1 tablespoon minced parsley
Melt erisco in large frying pan.
Add bread cubes, cut H inch
square, Fry briskly, stirring un
STARTS TODAY MACK'S
ONE GROUP OF FINER DRESSES
TO BE PLACED ON SALE
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
In this group are silk crepes, wool
dresses and a few velvets. The
styles are mostly, street or tailored
and the colors
Sizes 12 to 40. And best of all a
small deposit will hold any dress.
Regular Values to $16.75
Charm to Kitchen
you will find them made in a Jif
fy. There are six designs given,
though only five are shown.
Pattern 651 contains a trans
fer pattern of six motifs averag
ing 6x9 inches; directions for
making; yardage requirements;
color suggestions; illustrations of
all stitches used.
Send 10 cents in stamps or coin
(coin preferred) for this pattern
to The Oregon Statesman Needle
til cubes are brown. Remove
cubes. Beat eggs slightly, and oth
er ingredients. Stir in browned
bread cubes. Melt one additional
tablespoon erisco in the same fry
ing pan. Pour in the mixture.
Cook slowly until firm, stirring
occasionally. This is a hearty dish
when served with creamed vege
table or fish.
Mrs. W. Oldenburg
Route 8, Box 129
1 teaspoon chopped onion
1 teaspoon chopped green pepper
1H caps cooked tomatoes .
4 eggs, separated
M teaspoon salt
Dash of pepper
1 tablespoon lloor
H cap milk
Cook onion and green pepper
in bacon fat until a delicate
brown. Add tomatoes, salt, pep
per and salmon, flaked. Simmer
ten minutes. Add flour beaten
smooth in milk. Cook one min
ute. Remove from fire. Whip in
the well beaten yolks of the eggs.
Pour into buttered flat-bottomed
skillet. When partially cooked
spread over one half of It the
stiffly beaten egg whites. Fold
the other half over the whites.
Bake in a moderate oven ten or
twelve minutes. Serve at once on
a hot platter.
Mrs. Geneva Biles
Route 3, Box 137
6 tablespoons milk
H teaspoon pepper
i tablespoons butter
1 eop brains
Wash brains under running
water and remove all covering
fibre. Soak over night in slight
ly salted water. Put brains in
sauce pan with about 3 table
spoons water and gently simmer
while preparing egg mixture.
Break eggs into bowl, add season
Ins and beat slightly to mix.
Drain water off the brains and
add with milk to eggs. Then mix
gently. Have ready a smooth, hot
pan in which butter has been
II II i
are the newest.
Street - in Senator Hotel BuHding
Portland Symphony :
Opens Monday -
Monday night will witness the
formal opening of Portland's 24th
symphony season and It is prom
ised that this first concert will
be the gala prelude to a term of
symphonic activity which will set
a wholly new standard for cultur
al achievement in the city. Mon
day's concert, which is scheduled
to commence at 8:30 o'clock, will
usher in the orchestra's tenth sea
son under the leadership o Wit
lem van Hoogstraten, its glf-ed
and distinguished Dutch conduct
or. Mr. van Hoogstraten arrived
in Portland Saturday, October 27
and, commencedT rehearsals witk
his band of, more, than 70 mu 1
cians last Tuesday.
Monday's concert will be under
the auspices of the Portland cham
ber of commerce and will embody
a number of features which,
should command the attention aba"
approval of symphony patron.
High public officials and civic
leaders wlil.be present and will bs
introduced .at the door as they es
ter via a rado broadcast of t;
proceedings. Retail merchants
are cooperating In an effort -te
make this truly a festive event
as two dress and society reporters
will be on hand to record detaila
as to the gowns worn. Another
Interesting item Will be the un
veiling of the. bronze plaque of
Mr. van Hoogstraten, which win
occupy a permanent place In th
Monday's program will include
the premier performance hsre of
Dobnanyl's famous suite for or
chestra, the popular Cesar Franck
symphony in D minor, and the ov
erture to Weber's "Oberon."
Tickets are available at Gill's.
Mental Testing Topic
Parents interested In obtaining
information concerning mesuei
tests for children are invited to
attend the Thursday night sessioa
ot the social psychology section of
the Salem Arts league in the au
ditorium of the Salem public lib
rary. Mrs. L. D. Idleman. for IS
years expert mental tester for the
Oregon Falrview Home, will talk
on that subject.
Mental testa, according to Mrs.
Idleman, have prqjta of excep
tional value to both parents and
children, especially Iri aiding ia
eliminating possible, maladjust
ments in the later life of the
On account of the fact that the
session closes at 9 o'clock, her
talk will begin promptly at 7:3
p. m. She plans to give a part of
the time to questions from the
Cheerio Club Honored
The Cheerio club held a hard
time party Tuesday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett An
dresen. Hallowe'en decorations
prevailed and bridge was in play
with high score going to Harold
Hamlin and Mrs. C. Ward DavU
Mrs. Norman Hastings assisted
the hostess at the ' refreshment
hour. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin will,
entertain in a' fortnight
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Vem
Orey, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hast
ings, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whit
temore, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dq
Boise, Dr. and Mrs. C. Ward Da
vis and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
melted. Be sure that every part of
the surface is coated with butter.
Pour the omelet in the greased
pan. When puffed, creamy and
lightly browned on the bottom,
loosen edges from pan, sprinkle
lightly with paprika and roll. Tip
out on a hot plate from which it
should be served at once.
Baked Applos with Cream
Battered Tasks Coffeo
Mrs. Hal Robinette
1H5 N. 21st St. '
A Small ;