The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 02, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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SOCIETY ' CLUBS
National President to Arrive
- I Mrs. Hubert. Goode, Portland, national president of the
American Legion auxiliary, who will arrive in the capital
this morning to be a guest at. the annuil state convention of
the Legion and auxiliary opening in Salem Wednesday
night through Saturday. Mrs: Goode will' make her head
quarters atthe Senator hotel and will deliver her main con
vention address Friday afternoon at the state senate chambers.-
She will . also share honors with Perry Brown; national
Legion commander, at the grand convention banquet Thurs
.day night at the Armory. .Today Mrs.' Goode will be a guest
at the opening business session of the Eight and Forty
rriarche. (Blackstone btudios.
lita Heenan
To Marry
Mr.-and Mrs. Edward Heenan
re announcing the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
daughter,' Rita, to Wallace E.
Rosa, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Elfin
Ross of Salem. The wedding will
be celebrated in St. , Vincent dt
Paul Cathollo church on Septem
ber 2. I .
In honor of the bride4to-be Mist
Minnie Dauenhauer, Miss Ann
Bartole and Mr. Henrietta Bailey
entertained with a linen shower
Friday, at the "Dauenhauer home.
Games were played and several
.times during the evening, the hon
. or guest had to locate a ringing
alarm'; clock with which her gifts
were hidden. Later, a supper was
served.
The guest list Included Miss
Rita Heenan. Mrs. Edward He
enan, Mrs. Elfin Ross, Mrs. Ralph
Meyers, : Mrs. Arnold Claassen,
Mrs. Charles Nelke, Mrs: War
ren Miles, Mrs; Ernest Gerig,Mrs.
V"try Poole, Mrs. Ned Burris,
Mn. Alvin Stein, Mrs. John Stal
naker, Mrs. Monty McCarger, Mrs.
Dona Ritchie Miss Irene Lough,
Miss - Kathy Haskins, Miss Cathy
Cooper, Miss Errna Cowden, Misj
Connie Michaels, Miss Mary He
enan, and the hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Goldt
have returned to heir home after
taking a fishing trip to Montana,
Yellowstone park. Grand Teton
Canyon and Glacier National park.
MUa Deaaar Trindle entrained
for Chicago Sunday, and after a
ctay in the eastern - city will go
couth to ML Mulla, North Caro
lina, where she will visit with
friends. She plans to be away a
month. .; '
p Mr. and Jblrs. Jahii Steelh&mmer
and daughter Jam, are vacationing
"at Neskowin for several weeks.
Mrs. Nirmu Beebe and
daughters, Marilyn ' And Bonnie,
re leaving "Wednesday by train
for their home in Sioux City, Iowa
after a month's stay in Salem and
Eugene with relatives. Here she
was the guest of her brother and
sister-in-law, Dr." and Mrs. Hor
ace McGee,
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Anirtna- In Salem Wednesday
for the. American Legion state
convention will be Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Leneyille of Portland, who
will be house guest of his cou
sins. Mr. and Mrs. C. W Parker.
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TUESDAY
Ladies of GAR, YWCA I p.m.
WKDNCSDAT
Central Lutheran Ladlaa A14 plcnla.
Olinncr park, X p.m.
Oregon Grape camp, Koral . Neigh
bors of Amer!4a, meet at VTW hall, I
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DAV auxiliary with Mxa. Evelyn
Bremmer, 2493 State at.. p m.
Supper, Gqme
For Birthday
Neil Lancefield will celebrate
his eighth birthday tonight. He
has Invited a group of his friends
to a supper party at theF airmount
Hill. home of lus parent's. Dr. and
Mrs. Stuart Lancefidd, after
which the group will attend- th
ball game' between thej Senators
arid Victoria. j
Neil's guests include Al and
Jimmy King! Tommy iDurriham,
Larfy McCargar and Pener Man
ning. ; , ' -
Mr. and Mrs. William He sly are
leaving todav for Ash!
fguests at the Shakespearian Frsti-
vmi wnicn ODens tonight and t.
tend the. banquet in honor of Gov-.
ernor and Mrs. McKay at the
Lithia hotel. While in Ashland
the Healys will be guests of Dr.
and Mrs. W. W. W e 1 1 e r. Mr.
Healy was executive secretary of
the festival when it was revived
several years ago.
The Rev. and Mrs. George II.
Swift and daughter, Miss Jean
Claire Swift, are vacationing at
Gearhart, where last week they
attended a conference of clergymen
their wives and families. They
plan to return to Salem on Tri
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Miss Joanne:
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Today's exciting romantic news
is announcement being madelbjr
Pex Adolph of the Imarriage of
his daughter, RKss Jpanne Fran
ces Adolph, 'to Frederick Howard
Field, son of Mrs.. Frederick H.
Field of San Francisco, on Thurs
day, July 28 in Carson City, Ne
vada, i
The marriage of -the young cou
ple comes as a, complete surprise
to the bride's many friends in Sa
lem, where, she has made her
home until this spring. Since May
she has been living in San Mateo
and San Francisco, j
Miss Ruth Jackson and Bart
Delavan of Scaramento attended
the couple. For her wedding the
attractive, brunette bride wore a
beige suit with forest green a-
cessories and a corsage of brown
orchids. i
Immediately after the ceremony
the newlyweds drove north to Sa
lem and were here over the week
end at the" home of her father.
The couple left Monday for San
Francisco and in the fall "will
go to- Los Angeles, where he will
attend the University of Southern
California. !
The new Mrs. Field is a gradu
aie or aaiem scnoois and a mem
ber of the Spinsters. Her husband
received his -education in the bays
city and attended Menlo Park
junior college. He Is well known
in " athletic circles as a football
player. " ' -
Betrothal
Is Told
Adding her name to the list of
brides-elect is Miss Lavina Har
der, daughter of Mrand Mrs. D.
H. Unrau of Dallas,! whose en
gagement to Edward Friesen, son
of Mr .and Mrs. John S. Friesen
of independence, has been an
nounced. The wedding is planned
for this falL j.
The bride-elect is a! graduate of
the Salem Bible Academy and is
now employed at the United,
States National Bank In Wtst Sa.
lem. Mr Friesen attended schools
in Monmouth.
Allen Wright '
Has Birthday
Allen Kay WrightJ son of the
Al Wrights, celebrated his sixth
birthday on "Saturday 'afternoon at
a party at the Wright home on
North 4th street. A pink, blue and
white color scheme was carried
out and Refreshments were served
after games.
Honoring Allen, were Sharon
Wright, Roberta and: Bobby D
Weese, Gill Roger Vaughn, Joe
Chapman, Susan Chapman, Lynn
Farbrother, Donna Nelson, Linda
Nelson .and Donnie Dyer. Addi
tional guests were titrs. Keith
Dyer, Mrsv Donald Nelson, Mrs.
Clarence Farbrother, Mrs. Blaine
Chapman, Mrs. Clarkson Vaughan
and Mrs. WrightJ
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the Leslie Meth
odist church will meet Wednesday
afternoon ar S pan. In- tha chOrch
parlors for a business session to
bo followed at 6:30 by a no-host
supper at which the members and
friends of the church will BT
guests. Mrs. S. M. Laws will pre
sent the devotional ! service. Mr.
and Mrs. Byunx C Koh will be
guests on the program. The Kohs
are Korean young people and Mr.
Koh la attending Willamette uni
versity. Mrs. Koh will talk on
Korea and Mr. Koh! will present
vocal numbers. j
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black-and-whft pictures.
Has strwrp; shutter rsloass bar sbr sharpsr, stoadisr
xpoauroa. Loos prssst no focusin? roqulrod. Tou
harm a cholcs ol lour openings for. Tarying light condS
fioos. TakosL bladc-and-whllo Kodak 620 Films and
Kodacolor 20 FUm xisgatiTss. 2Y x 3Vi. OrscstM
'black-and-white) and Kodacolor Prints, about 3l x S.
Camcva, tlLSOi nasholdor,
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CAPITAL DRUG STORE
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acationing
' By Jeryme English j
;. ' Statesman Society Editor
I Mr. and Mrs. William Everett
Anderson returned to the capital
Sunday night from a most interest
ing vacation which included, musi
cal festivals, - operas and ' sym
phonies on their intinerary of three
weeks. Their main destination was
Aspen, Colorado where they at
tended the Goethe Bicentennial
and -Music - Festival, where they
heard the Minneapolis Symphony
in concert and lectures, by Dr. Al
bert Schweitzer, famed philospher,
doctor, musician and author, who
came from French Equatorial A
frica to deliver an address in Ger
man and another. In French on
Goethe's message for today.
The ghost town of Aspen, 7,930
feet high in the Rockies;; is - ri
marily a ski center, but this year
money was raised for a summer
festival with buildings and hotels
remodeled and an open air am
phitheatre erected for the occasion.
The crowd overflowed the; amphi
theatre for Dr. Schweitzer's ad
dress, and on the opening day
when it rained a tent was put up
to cover the entire theatre.
While at Aspen the Andersons
took a ride on the ski lift- for three
miles straight up, a gorgeous view
atop the Pwockies. Sitting at the
same table one day in a small rest
aurant was Gary Cooper, who has'
a winder cabin; in the mountain
ghost town.
Warren Downs in Symphony
' The Andersons spent a week in
Denver and attended a concert of
thf Denver Symphony in the
failed' Red Rock theatre, the only
open-air theatre of it kind in the
world; While waiting for the mus
icians to assemble the Andersons
caught a glimpse of Warren Downs,
son of Dr. ' Chester A. Downs ol
Sialem. and later talked to him
Warren, who graduated in June
from Oberlin, now -has a contract
for (fhe winter with the Denver
Symphony as a cellist Concerts
are Waved once a week in the
open air theatre during the sum
mer,-often- to capacity crowds of
26,000. ' .
. Another unusual music event in
Denver is the opera presented two
nights a' week. anj one matinee in
Chessman Park during the summer
months. There is no admission
charge and often the crowd is over
2,000. Singers are mostly of local
talent with Just a few brought in
from the outsider Lights outside
the park are dimmed during the
show and oiie nice feature, accord
ing to the Andersons, that after
wards there is no scurry or scra
mbling in leaving as ten or more
outlets and so easy to get to one's
car and drive away.
Onera In Mining Town
In. Central City. Colorado, a
mining town, the Andersons at
tended the opera sponsored by the
Central City Opera association in
a rebuilt opera hose complete
with eoreeous old crystal chande
lier. One night Hedda Hopper of
Hollywood was In the seat in front
of them and readily recognized by
the Anderson, r The seats, 850 of
them, are actually kitchen chairs
with the names of those who had
contributed to the association,
carved on the backs. Ushers ring
an old school bell between acts
and are all dressed Identical and
most n.brunettes. In the afternoon
there is folk and square dancing
and ballet for the visitors.
In Chevenne the Salem travelers
attended the "Frontier Days" and
visited her aunt and from there
went on -to Yellowstone National
P-k before returning home.
Shower for Bride-Elect
Urs. Clayton Gibb and Mrs.
Harold Holler we-f hostesses for
a kitchen shower for Miss Iris
Proudfit at the Gibb home on
Hollywood drive Thursday. Hon
oring Miss Proudfit were her
mother, Mrs. Russell M. Proud
fit; Mrs. Paul Barham, Mrs. Ken
neth Sides, Mrs. Oscar Forgard,
Mrs. Melvin La Due, Mrs. Walter
Fisher. Mrs. Lyold Laudie, Mrs:
Cecil Fram, Mrs. Wilson Biles and
the hostesses. .
PEDEE Mrs. Lyle Rltner was
honor guest at a shower when
Mrs. Glen Edwards entertained in
the garden of her home on' Wed
nesday afternoon.
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S11XS. Pricoa lncludo rod-
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TUICY AND PLENTIFUL
berries, such as afe found so plentifully by the roadside, are
quickly picked and .easy to make into juice for drinking or
jelly. The seeds are large but need be no problem when
run through a strainer. or a lood mill.
By Maxtne Bnren .
Statesman Woman' Editor
Rolling Hills Farm There are only a few days during the entire
rear evergreen blackberries out here are popular. And these are
the days when we temporarily give
friends with them.
Try as one will to get a good
crop "of anything else, (except of
course, Scotch broom, Canada this
tle and wild morningglory) you
get an excellent, stand of, ever
greens any day, without even try
ing. This year I have the spray gun
poised to spray with the new and
highly recommended 2, 4, 5. T, but
pause to pick them from vines that
are literally black with lai&e,
juicy berries.
Always for the brief interlude in
disliking the berries, I feel a little
ashamed, for the flavor is good,
and they bear so heavily and so
reliably.
Himalayas or evergreen berries!
(maybe they're the same, and any- j
way they are hard to. distinguish
between) have fine flavor for jams i
juices and for jelly. Their only)
disadvantage is the size and abun
dance of seeds. .
Wot being a- big jelly or jam
eater, I'll confine, myself this year
to making juice for drinking pur
poses. Last year in a few mom
wits of picking, we had enough to
fill all the spare bottles on hand.
This year I intend to double the
picking time, and therefore have
twice as much juice.
The berries will take consider
able water, because they are po
tent in flavor. They should be
mashed, and cooked just enough to
start the juices, then run through
a food mill if for Jam, or drip
through a cloth bag if for juice or
jelly. '
Last year we spiced some of our
Juice and found it wonderful as a
winter beverage when served
hot or cold. Wo merely added
some cinnamon, cloves and nut
meg when boiling the juice up pre
paratory to bottling.
Jelly is easily made from the
Juice, just don't add too much wa
ter to the berries, and be sure
C0TT0M
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REDUCED TO
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BLOUSES
Wonderfully cool
Summer Crepos and Sheers.
How in Progress . .
FINAL CLEARANCE SALE ON COATS & SUITS I.
Jul Received!
W bar hat rcehrd a npaQ
shipment of foul skirt cmd-blous
combinations ... in three- styles
only! Com in and select yours
today!
the little trench shop
llSN.!BakSL
NpW! We have a complete selection e-f fall raits
Everaren or Hamalva black
up fighting and go out and make
there is a proportion of green
ish ones. '
AWe round that filling up bottles
such as coke or root beer bottles,
to within 1 M inches . of the top,
capping and then processing in a
hot water bath was the most prac
tical way of bottling. Be sure ample
space is allowed at the top to care
for expansion of juice while pro
cessing. Alumnae Picnic at
Sullivan Home
Alpha Gamma. Delta alumnae
and their families enjoyed a pic
nic on Sunday at the summer
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley
Sullivan at Lincoln Beach.
In the group were Miss Eliza
beth Odle, Mr. 'and Mrs. Stuart
Thede, Jifhmy, Janet and Jody,
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Peterson, Kent
and Stephen, Dr. and Mrs. Estill
Brunk, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Groff, Janice and Steven, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Tieman and Kent,
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Flory, Karen
and Paul, Mr. a nd Mrs. Maynard
Nelson, Gary and George, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Dilatush and Vicky,
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan, Nancy and
Steven.
tittle Girl Welcomed
A daughter, Jill Ann. was born
to LL and Mrs. Lynn F. Crone
miller, jr. on Sunday at -the Salem
Memorial hospital. The little girl
has an older sister, Nancy, and
her father is . now in Japan with
the air force. The grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Lynn F. Crone
miller, Dr. Frederick Hill Thomp
son and Mrs. Nora Thompson, all
of Salem. Mrs. Cronemiller and
her daughters plan to Join Lt.
Cronemiller in Japan this winter.
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Luncheons,
Dinners on
Agenda
Entertaining is informal
the mid-summer season with xar
den parties and luncheons on the
agenda.
Mr. and Mrs. , Linn C. Smith
were hosts for a garden : supper
on Saturday at their Chemeketa
street home in compliment to a
group of their friends.
Mrs. Elmer O. Berg was hos
tess for a luncheon on Monday
afternoon at her Center street
home. Covers were placed for
eight and bridge was in play dur
ing the afternoon.
Kirs. Harold O. Schneider and
Mrs. Edward -Williams will en
tertain with a 1:15 dessert lunch
eon on Thursday afternoon at th.e
former's Mornings ide home. Cov
ers will be placed. for sixteen and
bridge will be in play after the
luncheon hour.
Jean Fries Now
Mrs. Hunt
Willamette university friends
will be interested to learn of the
marriage of Miss Jean Fries, who
became the bride of Leigh W.
Hunt, Jr., on July 9 in Covington
House, Vancouver, Wash., at an
evening ceremony before family
and friends.
The bride was graduated from
Willamette university, in 1945 and
has been attending the University
of Minnesota on a fellowship.
During the summer of 1947 she
lived in Mexico on a student ex
change arrangement and last sum
mer toured England. Denmark and
the European continent with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fries
of Vancouver.
Following the wedding Mr. and
Mrs. Hunt drove to Minneapolis,
where both will in the next month
complete work for their : master's
degrees, Mrs. Hunt in journalism
and Mr. Hunt in politicah science.
Then they plan a motor trip to
Alaska for- their honeymoon.
Among the wedding guests were
Mrs. Lila V. Moser of Tacoma who
presided at the punch bowl, Prof,
and Mrs. Herman Clark of Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith of Van
couver and Mr. and Mrs. Hale Ta
bor of Kalama, Wn., formerly of
Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Wicks,. Salem.
Miss Norma Jane Cass and Mis
Mavis Eggens I were ' bridesmaids
at the wedding of Miss Jean Mc
Mahan and Lewis Sturgis in Mc-
Minnvule on Sunday at- St. Bar
nabar church. Miss Ramon a Evans
assisted In serving and Mr. and
Mrs. Luis Cass also attended the
n:s from here. The girls are all
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sis
ten of the bride at Oregon State
college.
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Ri ggs Family to Visit I
: fr i
Dr. and Urs. Lawrence Riggt
and two sons of Green castle, Ind!
ra to" arriv In Salnn frvi. v Mn
a ID-day visit with ,Dr. Riggs'
mother. Mrs. W. A. Riggs. They
will then visit Mrs. Riggs par
ents in California. Dr. Riggs was
dean of students at Willamette
university until a year ago, when
he accepted a similar position at
DePauw university. i
Clark-McClaskey I
Rites of Interest ?
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Salem frieijds of Mrs. Louise
Wheelhouse MeClaskey will be
interested to learn of !her.mar
riage to Ora J. -Clark of Portland,
which took place on Jily 25 at
the Mt. Taber Congregational
church, Portland. A breakfast fol
lowed at the Multnomahp hotel. ;
The newlyweds -wiut live in
Portland, where he Is art engineer
with the Archer-Danieli-Midland
Co. Mrs. Clark formerly lived in
Salem and -attended VVillametta
university. She is a niece of the
latl flovernnr Fart Sn!l nnH nu,4a
her home with the Sneil uhll
living in Salem.. j "
Mrs. William McGilfhrist. jr,
and her nephew, Wallace .Hard
ing of Portland, have returned
from a week's trip along- the Ore
gon coast to Coos Bay. s "
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