The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 14, 1949, Page 9, Image 9

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    Guests Present
For Installation
SrLVERTON Anion the dis
tinguished American Ivsion wn
llmr guests present Monday
niHt for the installation f orfi
ecu of Delbert Reeve unit 7.
wie past department president
n( the state of Oregon. Mn. Jack
Aikn, Dal!a?: Mrs. Robert S.
K'?son, Dallas president of di-tri'-t
2. and Mrs. Marion Miller,
fv l t. past president of district 2.
Mrs Kreason was the install
ing of firer. assisted by the Stay
t n team direc ted by Mrs Mabel
Zn. Scio. and conducted bv Mr.
Mtt Beaver s acting srneant-at-arm
Others participating were
Oiace Kiersy. Mis. Leonarjd Titus.
Mr William Fair. Mrs. Alice
KiMsr, Mrs Norma Wells. Mrs.
Mlel Knight and Mn. Betty
Mrs. C. E. Hipinbothum was in-;
lUlled as president. Her assisting
afficers for the vear will h first :
ri president. Mrs. Wesler Gro-'
second vice prei'lent, Mn
Mvo Robinson: secretary. Mri j
Funk Porter; membershio serre-;
tcy. Mrs. Ralph Franci-i; treai-j
urr, Mrs. George Town: histor- '
ii. Mis. Poycoe Reeves', ser-jjnt-at-arm..
Mrs Fred Evans: j
rhlain. Mrs. Bruce Billing:'
Mt. George Towe, junior past
president.
Mrs. Hixinbntham submitted
h?i committee chairmen pooint-i
m nt to include Americanism.:
Mm. I.arry C?rpenter; child we!-;
fie. Mrs. Hs'ry Kuch: consti-j
tuMm. legislation, piibli'-it v. pub-1
li: relations. Mrs C H. Dicker-!
a-hi and Mrs. F. M. Pnfll: com
nvmity service. Mrs. John Dcma:
p-ppy, Mrs. Charles Morey; ponoy
pnler. Mn. Ernest Ekman; past!
pi -"iident s parley. Mrs Arthur
G ttenrerfr: rehabilitation com-'
minion. Mis. A. J McC'annel.j
Mis. William Sherman and Mrs.
Ki '(( L Starr: junior ai-tiviies. j
Phvllii Greer.'ield: mfmbrhlp.
M: . Weslev Grogan: music and;
Pn Amei iianism, Mn. Oscar
Edlund; pirls' state. Mrs Roscoe
Pves; national seuntv, Mrs
W. Miethka.
Mis Jejinrel Gottcnber4 ao
pred in two readings following
th installation ceremoniej.
Out-of-town visitors a guests
f relatives attending the Monday
nlht meeting of tho American
I.egton auxiliary. Delbert Reeves
unit 7. were a sister of Mrs. Jake
Ktufman. Mr. Elizabeth Bach of
Frest City. N. C. a brother-in-U
and aister of tha installed
piident, Mrs. C. E. Higinboth
am. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kelly
(MtrgaretSei fling) of Rivarview
In Linn county: a daughter of
M. Hicinbotham. Mrs. V. Man-
nrt and ton. Leonard, of As-1
toria: Mri. Arthur Anderson of
Kf cktori, Cl;f . sister of the jun-
lir past president. Mis. George!
T Ae; and a lai jje group of mem-b-r
of t-.e Stayton unit includ
ing Jtirffr George Duncan and
Mrs. Dur.can.
Silver -Wedding
Day Observed ;
A garden party wu held Sun-,
Sir at the home of Mr.' and Mra i
I.rll ,A.Spagle in cel-bration i
of their 25th wedding anniver-i
s-iry. Mrs. Leslie Spagl and Miss:
Btrbaia Spag'.e made dinner ar
rangements. Guests wet Mr. and Mn. I.es-'
li- Packard, Salem. Mr. and Mrs. j
A J. Spagle, Mi. and Mtv Man-'!
nre Spagle, Judy and Larry or;
- Wburn. Mrs. O H Miller, j
HiWurd. Mr. and Mi Rav
Single. Karen. Ronnie and K. C.
all of Portland Mr
H Packard, Judy and Stevie. and
Mr. F. Brown of Lebanon. Mr.
' Mra. Lowell Spagle. Lowell,
Jr. and Barbaia.
Beauty May Extend Past
First Youth
B Max Fartor. jr.
(Tamous Make-up Aator to the Strrem Stan)
HOLLYWOOD, July 13 (INS) - Don't try to be both a working-girl
and "play-girl" if you are at all serious about really1 being
the former. If you are intent on being a success in Whatever kind
of work or career you have chosen for yourself, you can'l be a
full time play-girl at the same time. These two fields of activity
juit don't mix on any such basis. i
Mot working women who are at all ambitious realize! these
facts; and govern themselves accordingly. But there are a few,
generally Very young ones, who endeavor to do thir day's work
and then go on to be the "Life of the Party" for countless sleepless
hourj, night after night.
In more ways than one this is a serious mistake. The work of
such fcirls: is not as efficient as it should be, and their chances of
making a career of their jobs is consequently that much les
Then, too, as a veteran observer of the feminine glamour scene.
I can state positively that these girls are greatly endangering their
good looks. Beauty and appearance appeal can't stand up for long
undr the "double life" involved in work, and too much play, and
not enough rest.
More Than Make-To Deep
: Feminine beauty is a quality which should be considerably
more than make-up deep. Make-up should never be considered as
the sole source of appearance appeal. Make-up should be regarded
onlv as a device to refine, dramatize and accentuate natural beauty.
And, such natural beauty, if it is to survive more than the few years
of a' woman's extreme youth, demands lafe-and-satie living prac
tice, and the abundance of healthwhich goes with these.
Practically every woman possesses glamorous; and beautiful
feattiifs in great measure when her womanhood is new and young.
Not all of them, however, continue to command these same powers
of attraction after a few years have goneby. and the very first bloom
of their natural beauty is a thing of the past.
Don't assume, however, that your good looks must pass along
with the departure of your first youth. A little thinking about the
beautiful stars of stage and screen will prove to you that his isn't
necessarily so.
;Many of the stars whom you find so glamorous today were
probably jmprwising you in the sama manner ten or even more
vesn ago. The reason such stars present such beauty and appeal is
because thev work at maintaining and guarding these qualities.
After their work, they see to it that they obtain sufficient rest.
Thev make sure that their diet nou rushes them just enough but not
too much. If the hard physical work of long hours of exercise is
needed to maintain their beauty they work at that too.
Neic Professor
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Quick Cooking Meats Most Popular
Of All During Warm Weather Periods
By Mixta Bares
SUtwnM Woman Editor
Quick-cooking meats especially welcome during warm summer
months perk up appetites and boost homemaking morale. One of
the easiest to prepare and by far the most popular, is ground beef.
universally known as hamburger
Claude Johns
New President
Claure M. Johns will serve as
president of the Monday Nigh;
Dancjn'g club for the coming year.
Officers uere elected at the an
nual summer picnic of th club
held Tuesday night in the gar
den of the country home of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert M. Fitzmaurice.
Officers elected to serve with Mr.
Johns are Duane Gibson, vice
president: Russell Kelly, secretary-treasurer;
Robert G. Brady
and Dr G rover C. Bellinger, di
ectoif. David H. Cameron ti the
retiring president.
Seventy attended the picnic
dinner. Dinner dances for tht elub
will be resumed in tha fall.
On EtiqtiPlte
By Roberta Leo
Mrs. Clorinda Too pint
Portland Musician
Appointed Voice
Teacher at WU
Mr. Clorinda Tooping. Portland
musician who taught pjit-time at
Willamette university here lat
year, will become an associate pro
fessor of voice at the iiii i city's
College of Muic this fall
Announcement of the appoint
ment ws nvr'- Wednesday by uni
versity officials.
As a soloist, teacher and oratorio
society leader, Mrs. Topping is
widely known to Salem and the
northwest. She .studied voice in
Denver. Chicago and New York
u n d e ri leading instructors, and
since has been soloist with the
Denver civic opera, the Portland
symphony and New York. Los An
geles and Denver- radio programs.
She has operated a private studio
in Portland.
. If a woman is on an elevator,
what should she say when a man
holds back other men to allow
her to leave the elevator first?
A. She should thank him, or
nod her head in acknowledgment
of the courtesy.
O. Is it all right to use the ex
pression, "I want to make you
acquainted with "when making an
introduction?
A. No: this phrase is extremely
awkward.
Q. What is customary to use as
a centerpiece for the wedding
breakfast table?
A. The wedding cake.
Garden Party For Mrs. Bower to
Mrs. Scott Entertain
SILVERTON Mrs. L. C. Fast
man and Mrs. Norman Eastman
entertained at a garden dessert
bridge; Tuesday afternoon for the
pleasure of Mrs. Peggy Scott, who
will leave .shortly to make her
home in Portland. The party was :
held in the Norman Eastman:
gardens. !
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. am Gtauman of Los An
geles and Mrs. H. M. Turteltaub
Portland, aunt and sister of Mrs.
Norman Eastman, and Mrs. H. R
Irish of Eugene.
Eighteen (Irk who will ga on;
the teen Trek with YWCA staff;
members in, spent the weekend !
at Crest wood becoming oriented
to outdoor living Misi Jean
Clerics accompanied .them.
Vacationing this week at Circle
M ranch oil the Metolius are Mrs.
Mary IThorhas and dau5hter, Sus
an. Miss Echo Yaater and Miss
Elise Schroeder.
Mrs. Donald Bower will preside
at a bridge luncheon on Friday
j afternoon at her Howard street
home for a group of young ma-
! Irons.
Covers will be placed for Mrs.
: Roger M. Schnell, Mrs. John H.
: Johnson. Mrs. Robert W. Gormsen,
i Mrs. William Shinn. Mrs. Rollin
Haag, Mrs. Donald Batnick. Mrs.
Lester Pearmine, jr.. Mrs. H. E.
: Guests Bidden
To Bridal Party
! Miss Marilee Qlson, brH-oleit
of Dale Morgan, will be t-ted at
a shower and desstrt givvi in her
honor Sunday. July 17. by Miss
Geri Bowles at her hom in Port
land. The couple graduated from
Willamette university in June.
Inch.ded in Ihe guest lUt are
the bridal party and Portl ind anrf
Sa!?'in member of the college set.
Among Salem friends of the
bride-elect bidden are the Misses
Prudence Craig. Beverly Briggs.
Sally. Smith. Diane Proctor, Max
ine Meyers. Mary Lonie Lee,
Barbara Mil'er. Avis Roberts, Lois
I Mulcshv, Addse Lne, F.dith
Fairham. Mrs. Robert Scott, Mrs.
Heriir-rt Lucas and Mrs. Dale Mc
Lellan. Woman's .Missionary society of
the First Banfist church will
m?t today with Mrs. W. 11. Mot
ley, 3790 Cen!-r street The meet
ing begins at 10 am A picni'
lunch will , be served. White Cross
work is to le done.
Since grinding makes the meat
fork-tender, less tender economy
ruts of meat may be used. Pur
chase quality beef already ground
by your meat dealer, or, if you
prefer, have him grind special
cuts such as boneless chuck, to
order Available at some meat
counters are 12 oz. packages of
frozen hamburger patties ready
for cooking and 10 oz. canned
hamburger, patties pre-browned
and cooked in the can.
A word to the wise a bout
ground meat from the experts
who really knows. Youll find a
more tender and juicy product
results from grinding only once,
they say. Extra grinding makes
a compact meat pattie which is
less juicy. To protect its full fla
vor, keep the meat w ell-wrao-ped
and refrigerator -cold, and do
use within two days after pur- j
chase. i
For -a variation c the. usual i
hamburger patte theme, this
time serve seasoned cooked j
ground beef piled loosely atop
toasted buns. Brown t he season
ed ground meat just long enough
to cook through to retain its full
juicy goodness. In the following
suggestion, crisp dicd celery adds
texture and flavcr contrast which
family preference may change to
green p epper strips or chopped
mushroom. So r-m he meat
sauce be varied to include vour
favorite, whether it is catsup,
horseradish. mustsrd or chili
sauce. It's fun to experiment for
different flavor surprises'
Serve savory beef-on-a-bun
sandwiches v.ith golden-brown
french-fried or nn rinss, f-ick
to mato slices and plenty of hot
coffee or iced tea. Or mike a
tempting meat loaf served hot as
a main dish suggestion or c old.
sliced for ""ready made" kitchen
snacks.
BF.EF-ON-A-BI
Yield: 4 servings
1 pound ground beef
2 tablespoons shortening
1 cup diced celery .
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon Worcef 'erstn're
sauce
Brown beef in heavy skillet in
small amovmt of shortening. ArM
diced celery and seasoning. Cover
and steam 5 'minutes. Serve in
hot buttered hamburger buns.
Serve with French fried onion
rings and tomato slices or sauce.
WESTERN RANCH MEAT LOAF
Yield: .4 servings
1 pound ground beef
2 tablespoons chopped onion
-s cuo diced celery
2 tablespoons shortening
lli teaspoons salt
1 egg
1. cups soft bread crumbs
v4 cup w ater
li cuo tomato juice
1 tablespoon! butter or margar
ine
Brown onion and celery In
shortening. Combine with salt,
egg. bread crumbs, and water to
make a dressing. Add half of
the dressing ( cup) to the meat,
mixing well. Pat out half tte
meat mixture in a 1 -quart loaf
pan Cover with remaining meat
mixture. Bake m in a moderate
oven (350 decree F.) 1 V4 hours.
Baste twice with tomato juice and
melted butter to keep moist.
Th StaUsanan, Salom. Oregon. Thursday. July If J 19493
Mia Eltubeth Johaoo left, spend a week in the bayjcity with
Salem on the new Shasta daylight j her sister. Miss Marjoi ie Ana
for San Francisco on Monday to Johnson. ; !
PRESENTS
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Borgardus. Mrs. William Duncan
of Silverton and the hostess.
Conscientious, Digniiied
Service
J45 North Capitol
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Salem's Betail Packing Plant
351 Stale Street
"Now I Inow. And Now I Shop tha Midgot" acrid a Salom Hou&ewiio. Thtr ax torn things that you hava to
find out lor yourlL Several o( my friends told mo that Midget prices war lower, but I wai a Doubting Thomas.'
Now I know, because I hava actually compared quality and price- to find out for myolL"
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Tndr Cuts oi
Young Bf lb.
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Tender Blads
Cuts
NO LIMITS. BUY ALL YOU WANT FOR YOUR LOCKER OR DEEP FREEZER. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE
WONDERFUL VALUES. ANY SIZE CUTS.
FRESH PURE PORK . PURE PORK
GROUND BEEF SAUSAGE LITTLE LIIIKS
PToporod from trash cuts of inspected meats.
USELESS TO PAY MORE RISKY TO PAY LESS
MCLK FED PICNIC YOUNG PIG
VEAL STEAK PORK iROAST FORK STEAK
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LONG BOLOCIIA
LUNCH IIEATS
TASTY LDIICH COLD IIEATS
LIVER SAUSAGE
SHALL FBAIIES
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Attention Ladies!
PLAN TO BE AT WARDS
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JULY 14rh 15th 16th FOR THE BIG
COOKING and BAKING
DEMONSTRATION
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Mr. T. n. Lnrett will be in oar
appliance drpl. Irotu 12 to 4 p. in.
iodar. 4 to S p. m. Friday mmd It Lm
4 p. m. Saturday to droit strite
and give helpful hints fix quirk
and easy rooking.
SEE THIS DELUXE RANGE
... actually at work during this Cooking Demonstration I
See how food com be cooked so quickly, witltout waste I
M-W DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE
FOR CLEANER, EASIER COOKING
On Terms: 1 0 Dowmt
24 Months to far
A fCW Of MANY HATUKtS fOtt DLUXt COOfffNft
Automatic Timer Clock and Minute Minder
Fluorescent Lamp, lights entire Cooktoo
Automatic Oven Pre-Heat Control
Giant size Oven. Roomy Storage Compartment J
Smokeless Broiler. Non-Tilt Oven Kack
6-Quart Prosfo Pressure Coolror, Regular
$1 5.95 Included at no Extra Charge).
Fits Electric Range shown and also
No. 2086 Supremo Electric. This offer
good for the entire month of July I
WHEI7 YOU SEE IT HI ODH AD, IT'S SO
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