The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 30, 1956, Page 22, Image 22

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    H2-(Sec; III) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Sun., Sept 30. 56
SoropHmist Club Silver Tea at
Eyerly Country Home October 7
; On of the Urn events of the early fall season will be the
5 eilver tea to be riven by the Salem Sorootimist Club at Flvins
Ranch, the country home of Mr. and Mri. LeeJU. Eyerly, on Sunday,
1 1 vciooer 7. invitations to tne evnt were in tne man inn past wee k
ana calling hour are from 3 to 6 o clock. The proceeds from the
. ' ' tea will be used toward the continuance of the club's park de
velopment program. --
Invited to pour are Mrs. James T. Brand, Mrs. Douglas Mc
Kay, Mrs. William L. PhUlips, Mrs. Robert White, Mrs. Kent
Mathewson, Mrs. G. Herbert Smith, Mrs. Elmer 0. Berg, Mrs. Rob
ert LEHstrorn, Mrs. Walter Norbald, Mrs.. Lee Ohmart, Mrs.
Charles Hcltiel, and Mrs. Charles A. Sprague.
In the receiving line will be Mrs. W. W. Goodwin, president
of the-, Soroplimist Club, Mrs. Therese Hanks and Mrs. Donald
Relnke, cohairmen of the tea, Mrs. Lee Eyerly, Mrs. Wheeler
R. .English, Mrs. Marjorie Gabriel and Mrs. Robert M. Fischer Jr.
: A Service Orgaaiaatloa
; The Salem Soroptimist Culb was chartered in 1943 as a wom
an's service organization and in an endeavor to live up to the high
Ideals set forth in the charter, the club has carefully chosen service
objectives each year that would benefit the community.
. Among the outstanding community service objectives success
fully completed are three sets of playground equipment, two of
which were installed in Bush Park and one in tne Jtoyai btreet
Playground; furnishings for the YWCA office in their new build
Ing; installation of the historic courthouse clock In the city hall
tower; several teaching scholarships; and aid to needy juveniles so
they could remain in school.
- , Assisting Mrs. Reinke and Mrs. Hanks with plans for the tea
re Mesdames Marie Ling, Paul Heath, Nels Tonnlng, Henry Millie,
Marjorie Charboneau, Glenn McCormick, Miss Mary Brady, Miss
Lena Blum and Mrs. Eyerly..
Sojourners
Elect New
To Visit
Off
icers
- C Sojourners named new officers at
their Thursday dessert luncheon
: and bridge party at the Salem
Woman's clubhouse. Mrs. A. L,
Leonaitls was elected the neti
president for the ensuing six
months term. Mrs. Burton Dunn is
t&e retiring president.
i Other officers selected to serve
with Mrs. Leonaitis are Mrs. A. M
. Titus, vice-president Mrs. William
; Dobson, secretary Mrs. Robert
Wallace, treasurer. Installation will
be oo October 11.
'Mrs. .Norman Hogenson was
Chairman of the committee for the
day. Assisting were Mrs. Ed Lewis,
Mrs. L. C. Pfeiffer. Mrs. Al Lulay
and Mrs. Don Hanna. Fall flowers
predominated as centerpieces on
the individual tables and the club
, rooms. .: y ... .
Mrs. Harry C. McCrae was a
guest. New ' members welcomed
into the club were Mrs. Herbert
R. Weston and Mrs. A. J. Cavan-
: augh. : ; .,
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Parliamentarian
Guest Speaker
- An educational meeting of Beta
eigma chapter, Esilon Sigma Al
pha was held at the home of Mrs.
Clifton Boehmer Wednesday even
" ing. Mrs. Harry Sappenfield, re
gistered parliamentarian, present
ed the first of three lectures.
Later in the year the chapter
will- take up civil defense. Plans
are also being made to sponsor th
. Blood-mobile in the early spring.
' A fifty dollar check was given to
the welfare department for read
ing glasses for a needy child.
! Chapter CB. PEO will held a
dinner meeting Tuesday night at
the home of Mrs. Frank L. Guy
in Dallas at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Ethel
Hough, state organizer, will bj a
special guest and make her of
ficial visit to the chapter.
Orra B. Cole of Cannon Beach
and Mrs. William C. Pritch-
ard of Portland, grand ,royal
patron and matron of the
Grand Court, Order of the
Amaranth will make their
official visit to Hanna Rosa
Court Monday night.
Home Economics
Graduates Will
Meet Monday
Home Economics graduates) who
are now homemakers, are plan
ning a get-to-gether in the Con
ference Room 85,- in the Court
house, Monday, October I at I .m.
The meeting it being planned to
talk otter the possibilities of a 5a
lem Homemakers' Group, to be af-
filiated with the Oregon and Amer
ican Home Economics Assoication.
Mrs. Emma Rogness, president
of the O.H.E.A. of Portland, and
several members of the Portland
homemakers' group will attend the
meeting to tell about the program.
The County Extension Service
will have a new sewing center on
display that will be of great inter
est to homemakers. '
Home Economics graduates in
terested in having information
mailed to t h e m" concerning the
meeting and the possibility of a
Salem Homemakers Group are
asked to call Mrs. Bjarne Erick
sen or Mrs. Millard McFarland.
Members of Willamette Shrine.
White Shrine of Jerusalem will
meet for a covered dish dinner
and social evening on Saturday,
October C at the Masonic Temple
at :30 p.m.
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