Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, January 12, 1954, Page 6, Image 6

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    Pact I
Tuesday, January 12, 1954
Capital Women
Leaving for Alaska Mrs. Bert A. Walker tnd daughter,
Judy, above, will be leaving eoon with Mr. Walker for Kodiak,
Alaika, to make their home. Several affaira have been given
In farewell to them, including a coffee for Mrs. Walker on
Monday and a brunch for her thii morning. Mra. Walker haa
been active in aeveral groups while living in Salem, eipectally
the American Legion auxiliary and affiliated groupa. (Ken-aell-EUia
atudio picture)
Peg in Washington
Farewell to Mra. Bert A.
Walker were expressed by a
Urge group of friends who called
Monday morning for the infor
mal coffee given by Mrs. Rusael
Beatler and Mrs. B. W. Stacey
at the home of Mra. Beutler . . .
Mrs. Walker with Mr. Walker
and their daughter, Judy, will
leave Una month for Kodiak,
Alaaka, to make their home . .
Heralding the coming of spring
waa the affe table with its
raspberry cloth and low ar
rangement of violets and yel
low fornthla blooms, vigil Bghtt
in erysUl candelabruma at the
back of the table , . , Other early
spring flower decorated the
Among those greeted during
car visit: Mrs. Carl Snyder, Mra.
Otbel Lee, Mrs. Fred Gahladorf,
Mrs. Glenn 8. Paxsen, Mrs,
Carl Cover. Mrs. E. F. Kirkwood,
Mra. Arthur Ericsson, Mrs.
Chester Frits, Mrs. Kay Rholen,
Mrs. E. H. Kennedy, Mrs. H. B.
Conorer, Mrs. Richard Chase,
Mrs. George Spaur, Miss Hattie
Bralael, Mrs. Sidney Hoffman,
Mrs. Edwin Keech, Mrs. Albert
C. Gragg, Mrs. Harris Lletx, Mrs.
Merle D. Travis, Mra. Guy N.
Hickok, Mrs. George Alexander,
Mra. Loll Keeney, Mrs. William
Hugh Adams, Mra. Francis T.
Wade. Mrs. Farley Mogan. Mra.
Claude H. Post, Mrs. George
Schrorher. Mrs. Leon Brown,
Mrs. Gordon Skinner, Mrs. Ivan
Merchant, Mrs. Wallace 8. Whar
ton, Mrs. Philip M. Brandt, Jr.,
Mrs. William C. Dyer, Jr
From Washington, D.C., comes
a special release from a former
Salem resident, Mra. Ernest
Koitrl, who heads public rela
tions for the American Hearing
Society with headquarters in the
national capital . . . Mra. Koitel
announces competition for the
Kenfield Memorial scholarship,
awarded annually by the Ameri
can Hearing society to a pros
pective teacher of Spreading,
will open March 1 . . . Applica
tion blanks may be obtained by
writing to the society's national
headquarters, 817 14th Street,
N.W.. Washington s, D.c. .
Deadline for returning completed
applications ia May 1 , , . Funds
for the scholarship were sub
scribed in 1937 in memory of
Miss Coralie N. Kenfield, San
Francisco, nationally known for
her methods in teaching II Dread
ing . . . Winner o' (he award is
entitled to take a teacher train
ing course in lipreading at any
school or university in the
United States acceptable to the
teachers committee of the so
ciety. ...
, ...
KENSINGTON club is meeting
Thursday for dessert at 1:13 o'
clock at the home of Mra. Cora
B. Hartzell. 1000 North CapitoL
SPIRITUAL Sunflower club Is
meeting Thursday between I and
4 p.m. at the First Spiritualist
church. 1320 Madison. Mrs. Mildred
Bliven and Mrs. Myrtle Bruijn are
2 Alumnae
Groups Meet
On Monday
Two sorority alumna clubs
met Monday evening, the Alpha
Phi group and the Alpha Delta
Pi alumnae.
Elect Officer
New officers for Salem alum
na (roup of Alpha Phi alum
nae were elected wben toe group
met at the' home of Misa Antoin
ette Kuzmanich. The nominating
committee reported the follow
ing slate:
Mrs. Bruce F. Pickett, presi
dent; Mrs. Lloyd Mason, vice
president; Mrs. Sydney Kromer,
secretary; Mra. John A. Heltiel,
treasurer; Mrs. Robert Schroeder,
Quarterly correspondent On the
nominating committee were Mrs.
; Harry S. Dorman, Mrs. Ralph Bol-
liger, Mra, Homer L. Goulet
1 The group ia to work with
alumnae groupa of Corvallis and
Medford for the decorations and
entertainment for one evening of
the national convention of the
sorority at the Empress in Vic
toria in late June. Mias Kuzman
ich ia on the committee working
on mis project.
Attending the meeting Monday
were Mrs. Pickett, Mrs. HelUel,
Mrs. schroeder, Mrs. L. C. Mer-
Ham, Jr., Mrs. Theodore Flook,
Mias Kuzmanich, Mrs. Dorman,
Mrs. Chester Loe, Mrs. Robert
Freiss, Mrs. Norman Sergeant
T Seek Charter
The Alpha Delta Pi alumnae
met at the Dome of Mrs. William
Zenger. The group voted to peti
tion for a charter for an associa
Attending the meeting were
Mias Marguerite Gleeson, Mrs.
Lewi D. Clark, Mra. J. A. Jel-
derka, Mr. Alfred Pfeifer, Mrs.
Richard Buckovic of Scio, Mra.
Allan W. Gray and the hostess.
Rotana Hears
Insurance Talk
Rotana club member met last
evening at lb home of Mra. Rob-4
ert Hanaa.
Allan Lunt, claims examiner of
the AU State Insurance company,
Piftland, speaking for the public
service organization. Western In
surance Information service, talk
ed oo "Drivers and Your Dollars."
He discussed safety, also insur
ance costs, and other phase in
A joint meeting with other
women's service clubs of Salem
is planned in February. Also
planned waa the luncheon for the
club oa January 28.
HOSTESS to the Modern
Drama elaa for a aupper and
meeting thia evening will be Mrs.
Robert M. Gatke.
Grant Mothers Meet
Grant School Mothers club
plana a white elephant aale at its
meeting on Thursdsy at 1:15 p.m.
at the school.
Mrs. Jess Daugherty ia to talk
to the group on the conference
method of grades.
A notice earlier gave the name
of another school group but it
is the Grant mothers meeting at
this time. Fourth grade moth
ers will serve refreshments.
Annual Luncheon
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sho-
Iom sponsored ita annual no-host
lunchen last week at Chuck's
Steak House to honor the outgoing
president, Mrs. Theodore Linn.
Mra. Robert Golden and Mrs. Har
ry Perlman were in charge of
arrangements. Mrs. Aleck Cohen
presented a gift to Mrs. Linn in
behalf of the Sisterhood members.
Cards were in play following the
Party for Class
Hostess at a buffet dinner at
University House on Wednesday
evening will be Mra. G. Herbert
Smith, entertaining in honor of
her daughter, Misa Margaret
Smith, and other seniors in the
University of Oregon Medical
school of nursing.
The affair is a "black stripe"
party, a traditional event for
young nurses-to-be wben they
are seniors. Hereafter, the group
will wear a black atrip on their
caps. The group will come from
Portland for the party. There
are 18 in the class and the ad
viser. Miss E. Duffy, coming for
the supper.
For Burins
Honoring Lt Comdr. and Mr.
George T. Bunn, who are leaving
soon for California to make their
home, Mr. and Mra. Buel Ward
are to entertain on Sunday ev
ening at at open house. Guests
are invited to call between 7 and
At Highland School
Highland Mother club an
nounce it meeting for 1 p.m.
Thursday at the school building.
The mothers will visit classes, to
observe classrom procedures,
snd a business session will fol
low the visitation period. A pre
school nursery is to be main
tained for amall children ac
companying their mothers.
Refreshments will be served
the cafeteria, Mrs. Denver
McComb and Mrs. Hugh McKee
heading the committee.
The group is planning a car
nival soon.
AUXILIARY tp United Spanish
American War Veterans will meet
at the W. T. McDerby borne. IMS
South 12th, Wednesday, a no-host
dinner to be aerved at 6: JO o'clock.
; . .
VISITORS in Salem over Mon
day were Mr. and Mrs. John Stev
ens of Boise, Idaho. They visited
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ficke.
ers will meet January 14 at 1:30
p.m. for dessert at the home of
Mrs. A. M. Zahara, Route 2.
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40S Stat Corner of Liberty St.
Dance for
Club Dated
Date for the annual Salem Jun
ior Woman club formal Valen
tin dance ia announced for Sat
uray. February ( at the Ameri
can Legion club with Ursule
Wolfer's band. Mrs. Ted Tibbutt
is the chairman of the dance.
Plana for the affair were outlined
on Monday night at the club'a
The club also voted on Mon
day to snonsor bicycle safety
campaign. This campaign will last
four weeks and be in cooperation
with the city council, police and
schools. Seotchlite will be applied
to bikes after school hours by
the club members, and a safety
slogan contest and parade will be
other hiehliEhts of the campaign.
Mrs. Wesley Goodrich ia chair
man of the project
A rummage aale Is aet lor !at-
urday January 23 from I a.m. to 6
p.m., at 338 North High street
Mrs. Fred Joenhke is the chairman.
At the social meeting on Mon
day, January 25, the club will
tour the new YWCA building. Re
freshments will be served follow
ing at a member's home.
Mr. Clinton Ault conducted an
informal panel following the bus
iness meeting and Joan Culbert
aon played several piano numbers.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. F. Peter Larson assisted by
Mrs. Floyd Miles. Mrs. Deryl
Currie and Mrs. Floyd Brod-hagen.
DR. AND MRS. Horace McGee
werei honored Saturday at a
surprise party in their newly
built bom on Bose street -In
the group, who presented the
McGees with a gift, were Mr.
and Mrs. Russel E. Pratt. Dr.
and Mra. Charles Campbell, Dr.
and Mrs. Maynard Sniffer, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Wirth, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer 0. Berg, all mem
ber of the McGees' birthday
club, and Dr. and Mrs. Otto
ST. MARK'S Lutheran guild
plana It regular meeting for Wed
nesday at 1 p.m. at the church.
Mr. Elmer McClean is to show
a film on mission work. Mrs. Ed
Hilstrom is president of the group.
Auxiliary Sets
Coming Drive
The membership drive, an an
nual project, la next on the
agenda far Salem Memorial Hos
pital auxiliary, the event to start
lata in January. Mrs. Parker Gie
u ganeral chairman.
At the meeting of tne group
Monday morniqg, work waa done
on letters to go out for the
membership drive. The work will
be finished at a meeting next.
Monday morning at the home of
the president, Mrs. Kenneth Sher
man, for all officer and mem
bers Interested in meeting to con
clude the work on letters.
At the Monday meeting, Mra.
A. C. Haag and Mr. Arthur
Erickson were hostesses.
Mr. Ohmart Gives
Talk to GOP Club
The work of Interim commit
tees and special commissions was
outlined in a talk by State Repre
sentative Lee Ohmart at the
meeting of Salem unit, Oregon
Federation of Republican Women,
Monday afternoon. The meeting
was at the Senator hotel.
Mrs. Sigfrid B. Unander gave a
report on the recent talk by
Secretary of Intc ior Douglas
McKay to a republican meeting
in Portland.
Visits Lodges
Grand chancellor of the
Knights of Pythiaa, Don Judson,
and Mrs. Judson returned to Sa
lem Tuesday after an official
visit to the Bend lodge. On Sun
day, the Judsons were In Wheel
er for institution of a new lodge.
on Wednesday, Mr. Judson
will be installing officer for the
Centralia temple. Knights of
Pythiaa and Pythian Sisters in
stallation. A 6:30 p.m. no host
dinner will precede the ceremon
ies which are open to the public.
Are Engaged
Announcement was made to
relative and close friends over
the week-end of the engagement
of Mias Phyllis King, daughter of
Mr. and Mr. Harry lung, to Rich
ard M. Reimer, ion of the Rev.
and Mrs. A. R. Reimer.
A late February wedding is plan
Both young people are graduates
of Salem academy.
The mood
is spring!
Esecially when the dress is a filmy rayon sheerl
L'Aiqlon does this one with two shawl collars
the one you see is white pique. For the skirt
vertically stitched tucks all-round. Black or navy.
fi- Sizes 16 to 4. $17.95.
League of Women Voters un
ite will meet Thursday at the
home of Mr. Ben Radcliff. 2080
North 19th street, tor a sack
hinch. and on the aam evening,
at 1:00 o'clock at the home of
Mra. L. E. deWeese, 1875 Fir
street Mrs. Harvey Aston will
be in charge of the refresh
ments. -1
Item 1 on the league'a state
agenda, "Development of Pro
gram o Study and Action to Re
vise the Constitution of the
Slate of Oregon," will be the
topic for these unit meetings.
The historical background of
the constitution and discussion of
some of the individual articles
will be given by Mrs. Randall
Mills, chairman of the study
group, Mrs. Robert May, Mrs.
Clarence Byrd, and Mrs. J. W.
Surprise Given
Mr. and Mrs. George Hanauska
were honored at a surprise party
sunaay evening when Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Foster entertained for
them. In the group feting the
Hanauskas were Mr. and Mra.
Phillip Stephenson, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph DeLoretto, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis DeLoretto, Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Schramm, Mr. and
Mrs. John Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Bartsch. Miss Mary
Lebanon Miss Marlene
Farmer, above, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Farmer,
Lebanon, anounced her engage
ment at the Alpha Delta Pi
aorority house on the Oregon
State college campus, to Wil
liam Schali, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Schalk of Salem.
Feike, Misa Joan L'iiglurd, Miss
Janet Fletcher, Kctert Hanauska
and the Faster.
STUDY group of the Salem
YWCA is meeting at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, at the YW. Mrs.
Charles A. Sprague will talk to
the group on personalities she
met while east with Mr. Sprague
when he was alternate delegate
to United Nations. The interest
ed public ia invited.
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