Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 08, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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    Capital Women
K.l.ted b MARIAN LHHRT FISCHtB
6 Capital Journal, Salem. Oregon, Friday, April 8.
IjVisitor Is
IiGiven Party
1949
Late Week
Events Set
Several events mark the
week-end.
Tonight brings the season's
concluding concert for the Com
munity Cone e r t association,
Eleanor Steber, soprano, to be
the artist for the evening.
Salem chapter, Order of
Eastern Star, is to hold its re
gular meeting Saturday evening
at 8 o'clock in the Masonic tem
ple. This is to be the birthday
observance for the chapter.
Among hostesses of the week
end will be Mrs. G. A. Reeher,
who has invited friends for a
luncheon Saturday at her home,
honoring Mrs. Karl Steiwer,
who returned recently from a
slay at Palm Springs.
Miss Elizabeth Lord has In
vited members of the board of
directors of the Salem Art as
sociation to meet at her home.
645 Mission street, Monday at
8 p.m.
On Committee
University of Oregon, Eugene
(Special) Miss Donna Kletz
ing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Ralph H. Kletzing, Independ
ence, is chairman of the publi
city committee for the annual
YWCA sponsored junior-senior
breakfast which will be held
Sunday morning, April 10, on
the University of Oregon cam
pus. Miss Kletzing is a junior ma
jor in journalism.
VISITOR here is Mrs. Adele
Kudner of San Francisco who
flew here to be guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Hug. Mrs. Hug.
the former Patricia Lee, made
her home with Mrs. Kudner
while residing in San Francis
co. During Mrs. Kudner's visit
in the northwest she will be en
tertained at luncheon by Mrs.
Sherwood Hancock at the Uni
versity club in Portland.
Engagement Announced The engagement of Miss Joyce
Arletha Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Davis, to
Charles F. Golden, ion of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Golden of Hills
boro, was announced last week, the wedding to be August 14.
(Kennell-Ellis studio picture)
THE PEP CLUB held its re
gular meeting with a dinner at
Nohlgren's Wednesday evening.
Speaker for the evening was
Mrs. Ruby Koh, whose husband
Is an exchange student from
Korea. She gave an account of
the life of women in Korea be
fore and after their liberation
from domination by the men.
She also told of life in Korea
during both Japanese and Rus
sian rule. Besides Mrs. Koh,
those present were: Mrs. Wil
low Evans, Mrs. Inez Green,
Mrs. Ethel Sundlie, Mrs. Elsie
Carpenter, Mrs. Letty Genre,
Mrs. Mabell Drorbaugh, Mrs.
Cleora Parkes, Mrs. Iva Ander
son, Mrs. Vestal Matter, Mrs.
Hazel Read, Mrs. Arvilla Boy-
er, and the hostesses, Mrs. Al-
ta Simmons and Mrs. Lauretta
Martin. Plans were made for the
next meeting which will be
chicken dinner at Salem Heights
school.
THE SPANISH club is meet
ing Friday evening at 8 o'clock
in the YWCA. Ed Randle is to
show pictures on Rio de Janeiro
also a travelogue in color.
Honoring Mrs. James Taylor
(Barbara Rickman) of Astoria
with a miscellaneous shower.
Mrs. Clifford Herman and Mrs.
Albert Brant were hostesses on
Wednesday afternoon in Mrs
Herman's home. Mrs. Taylor is
visiting in the A. A. Taylor
home in West Salem and the Ol
iver Rickman home at Four
Corners,
Yellow and white spring flow
ers provided the decorative note.
Following the social hour re
freshments were served. Invit
ed guest were Mrs. Waldo Mil
ler, Mrs. Jess Mcllnay, Mrs. Wil
liam Futrell, Mrs. Oliver Rick
man, Mrs. A. A. Taylor, Mrs.
Robert Taylor, Mrs. Lloyd Reil
ly, Mrs. Thomas Richey, Mrs.
Rex Hartley, Mrs. Charles Dunn,
Mrs. Fred McKinney, Mrs. Carl
Weldner, Mrs. Homer Bales,
Mrs. Leonard Remmington, Mrs.
William Fiester, Mrs. Henry
Benz, Mrs. Harvey Gray, Mrs.
Ernest Walker, Mrs. L. J. Stew
art, Mrs. Ross Chrisman. Mrs.
Willis Shipman, Mrs. Hardie
Phillips. Mrs. E. M. White, Mrs
C. R. Ashburn, Mrs. Everett
Smith, Mrs. Marvin Rungbaug,
Misses Evelyn Benz, Noama Leo
wen, Verlain Walker.
Weddinq on
pr 24
Honoring Miss Patricia Jane
)rth, who has announced April
14 as the date for her marriage
o Wilbur Ervin Dodd. Jr. of
"Jervais. Miss Cynthia Needham
.vas hostess at a miscellaneous
'hower at the home of her par
ants, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E.
Needham last week. A late sup
per was served, Miss Rita Lan
caster pouring. Varied spring
flowers decorated the home for
the party. A group of 20 friends
t Miss Orth was invited for the
evening.
The wedding of Miss Orth and
Mr. Dodd will take place at 5
o'clock in the afternoon, April
24, in St. Joseph's Catholic
church, the Rev. T. J. Bernards
officiating.
Miss Cynthia Needham is to
be maid of honor. Miss Rita Lan
caster, Miss Carmen Givens, Miss
Patricia Burrell, Miss Phyllis
Ladd will be the bridesmaids.
Young Miss Susan Ladd is to be
the Junior attendant. Lawrence
Orth will give his sister in mar
riage. Thomas Dodd of Gervais
will be best man for his brother,
the ushers to include William
Dodd, Richard Swain, Robert
Meaney and Robert Ladd.
The reception following will
be at the home of Miss Orth's
mother, Mrs. Maxine J. Orth.
Mr. Dodd is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur E. Dodd of Gervais.
WOODBURN Gerry Popp.
small son of Mr. and Mrs. Stew
art Popp, was the guest of honor
at a party April 3, celebrating
his second birthday anniversary,
at the home of his parents
the Pacific highway near Belle
Passi. An informal afternoon
was spent with refreshments and
gifts to the honor guest.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Davis, Pamela Jean and
Billy; Mr. and Mrs. John Dietz,
Carol Ann and Gwendolyn of
Salem; Mrs. Louise Pfaffinger,
Arthur Pfaffinger, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Pfaffinger, Mr. and
Mrs. Stewart Popp, the guest of
honor, Gerry Popp, and his
brother Ricky Popp.
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Alumnae
Entertained
Kappa Alpha Theta alumnae
met Thursday evening, Mrs.
Wallace Carson, Miss Sally Mc
Lellan and Mrs. Donald Fisher
entertaining the group at the
Carson home. A "white ele
phant" sale featured the meet
ing and two boxes were packed
to send to the French orphan
assisted by the alumnae here.
Attending the meeting were
Mrs. Donald McCargar, Mrs. O
T. Mansfield, Mrs. Victor Mur
dock, Mrs. Victor Gibson, Mrs.
Willard Marshall, Mrs. Richard
Slater, Mrs. William E. Deeney,
Mrs. George Hoffman, Mrs.
George Hug, Mrs. James Sears,
Mrs. George Schwarz, Mrs.
Charles Heltzel, Mrs. William
Smith, Mrs. Frank Burke, Mrs.
Clifford Robinson, Mrs. W. W
Baum, and the three hostesses
Birthday Event
Kathy Allen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Allen, ob
served her second birthday, Fri
day, In celebration of the day,
Mrs. Allen entertained a small
group this afternoon at their
Luther street home, guests in
cluding Mrs. Courtney Jones
and Linda, Mrs. Arnold Gagnet
and Chrissy and Stevie, Mrs
Robert Gahlsdorf and Chuckie.
Mrs. Donald McCargar and Eli
zabeth, and the little girl's
grandmother. Mrs. M. J. Cahill.
who is a visitor here from Astoria.
Musicale, Reception Given Honoring Nathan Crossman of
Spokane, a former friend in high school, Darrel de Chasby was
host last Sunday afternoon at a musical and reception in the
YWCA. Nathan is a talented pianist and played several num
bers during the afternoon. Here is a group at the event, left
to right, Miss Lena Belle Tartar, Darrel de Chasby, Nathan
Grossman, Dan Graves, Miss Patty Baer, Miss Martha Taber,
Miss Edna Marie Hill, Miss Dorothy Pederson.
sc Boots and Spurs
By GLOUIA ROBINSON
Bales and bales of exciting news about horse shows, ro
deos, roping meets, trail rides and other colorful events
are proof that the horseman's calendar this spring will be
more than overflowing with events to see and take part in. The
most thrilling news of all is the fact that Salem will this spring
present a truly sensational
horse show for the pleasure pflMrs jack RandaU. The occasion
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Shcwer Given
Mrs. Stanley Parton and Mrs.
Robert Reed were honored re
cently at a shower by Mrs. Mel
vin Pavlik at her home.
Invited were Mrs. George Da
vis, Mrs. Ed walz. Mrs. Martin
Chassman, Mrs. W. F. Foster
Miss Helen Randle and Miss Do
ris Albin.
WOODBURN Ruby Bus
chowsky, daughter of Mrs. Jes
sie Wageman of Woodburn, and
Fred C. Brooks, also of Wood
burn were married at a quiet
ceremony Wednesday, April 6
at Stevenson, Wash. Attendants
were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brooks
Also attending the wedding were
Mrs. Jessie Wageman. Miss Gail
Buschowsky and Mrs. Essie
Hugill.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks will
make their home in Woodburn.
WOODBURN The Easter
season will be observed at the
regular meeting of Evergreen
Chapter No. 41, Order of the
Eastern Star, Monday evening,
April 11, at the Masonic Temple
Serving refreshments will be
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stroup, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Baldwin, and
Dr. and Mrs. George King.
who has been named to head
the publicity committee and
Graham Sharkey who will be
supervising chairman. Much
earnest endeavor and hard
work will be behind this show
and public reception of this rid
ing extravaganza is expected to
be nothing short of resounding
acclaim. It will be Salem's
first show of the past few years
and both new and old talent
will be displayed. There are to
be many new and different
announcements made in the
very near future.
The Ervin Wards put on such
a rootin' tootin' Fun Night that
all the riders who participated
are still agog. New Saddle club
member Wes Camerson was
pleasantly surprised at being
awarded the door prize. The af
fair was also a planned surprise
for another new member, Joyce
Randall, daughter of Mr. and
evening were in the form of a
birthday cake beautifully dec
orated with a horse motiff and
plenty of steaming coffee. Mrs.
Ralph Gifford was on hand with
her fine photographic equip
ment taking shots of the large
riding group. Copies of the
prints are available by contact
ing Mrs. Gifford in the county
clerk's office.
Sunday the Eugene calf rop
ers met with Salem calf ropers
for an all day session of roping
bucking and much colorful rid
ing. Cowboys Hank Hess, Jim
my Pyeatt, Tommy Allen and
probably fifty other riders and
helpers cut dashing figures in
their vivid riding shirts and
mounted' on some of the finest
western type horses in the Pa
cific northwest. Don McFarlane
did an admirable job of diffi
cult announcing. An interested
spectator was Deputy Sheriff!
Eddie Scott who recently came
Party for
Mrs. Sparks
A party of last evening was
the one for which women of the
Parker Woman's club entertain
ed for Mrs. Marvin Sparks. Dur
ing the evening a shower of
gifts was presented the honoree
The party was given at the
ranch home of Mrs Bruce
Sparks out from Independence.
Special guests included three
visitors from Salem, Miss Mar
jorie Harris, Mrs. A. C. F. Per
ry and Mrs. George H. Swift.
HOSTESS to her bridge club
Wednesday evening was Mrs.
Coburn Grabenhorst. Additional
guests Included Mrs. Harvey
Quistad and Mrs. Peter H.
Geiser,
Party for
Mrs. Shay
Honoring Mrs. Vern Shav.
Mrs. John Emlen was hostess
last evening at a desert party
and shower. Also a special
guest was Mrs. Donald W.
Poole of Redmond, formerly of
Salem, who is here with her
daughter, Leslie, through Sun
day as guests at the Shay home.
Attending the party were
Mrs. Shay. Mrs. Poole, Mrs.
Chester Fritz, Mrs. Robert F.
Wulf, Mrs. Joseph Mat'ujec, Mrs.
Howard Maple, Mrs. Donald
Campbell, Miss Kay Gouley,
Mrs. Robert Reider ot Portland
and the hostess.
Parents Event
Parents of students who plan
to enter the University of Ore
gon in the fall as well as the
parents of alumni and present
students at the school are in
vited to attend the supper meet
ing for the UO Mothers and
Dads clubs next Monday even
ing in Mayflower hall. The din
ner is no-host.
Information about the supper
may be obtained from Mrs. Wal
ter Kirk, chairman for the sup
per planning.
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VISITORS here Wednesday
afternoon as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul R. Hendricks were
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Kern and
daughter, Miss Glenn Kern, who
is on vacation from Miss Finch's
school in New York.
here from Arizona. Mr. Scott
expects to soon become active
in riding circles.
St. Paul recently announced
the definite date of their an
nual trail ride, Sunday June 5
Folks who rode the scenic five
mile trail ride of last year are
vowing they wouldn't miss the
traditional St. Paul hospitality
and the long, pleasant ride for
worlds and will be back with
bells on to participate. Break
fast is to be served at City
hall before the ride with re
freshments later at the half way
point. Games, races and contests
of various nature will set the
scene in the stadium tor the af
ternoon show. St. Paul cordially
extends an invitation to all of
you and your horses to be on
hand.
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