Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, January 30, 1954, Page 7, Image 7

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BRIDE at a service In St. Joseph's
Booze (Rosa Lee Coffel), above. She
Coffel. Mr, Booze is the son of Mr. and
CALENDARED for Tuesday is the
monthly fashion show at the Marion
hotel. "Continental Valentines" is the
theme for the event, the fashions to be pre
sented by Johnson's store. Resort wear for
the south as well as early spring fashions at
home will be featured.
Models will include Mrs. James R. Phil
lips, Mrs. Thomi Roberts, Jr., Mrs. C. A.
Schaefer, Miss Sue Ferguson, Mrs. Thomas
Joseph, Mrs. Willis Ross, Mrs: Robert B.
Ebersole, Mrs. William R. Shinn. Mrs. S.
D. Wiles, Mrs. Oscar Christenscn, Mrs. Jack
The luncheon will be at 12 o'clock, the one
hour style show at 1 p.m.
A benefit card party is to be sponsored
by Willamette Shrine No. 2, White Shrine
of Jerusalem, next Saturday, February 6,
at Masonic temple, at 8 o'clock. There will
be prizes and refreshments will be served.
Guests are asked to take their own table
accessories for the card games. The pro
ceeds will go to the funds for charity proj
ects carried on by the group. Persons un
able to obtain assistance from local and
stale facilities are aided by the shrine.
Recently, the group has supported a sur
gery for eyes case, purchased a Braille
typewriter, and supplied a hospital bed for
l rheumatic fever patient.
The committee in charge of the party
Includes Mrs. Dorr M. Shreve, Mrs. Ed Dim
bat, Mr. and Mrs. George Thomason, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Rupp, Mrs. H. P. Grant, Mrs.
Frank Wilhclm, Miss Gretchen Krcamer,
Mrs. Madeline Hanna, Mrs. Pearl J. Spcer.
VFXT hie nrnirct for Salem General Hospital auxiliary Is the annual rummage
u ; .latid for Kfbruarv 12 and 13. A big "Rummage Man" has bren fixed up to
Ilrilw the event In picture above. Mrs. William Udberk shows eff Mr.
Rummage Man' the iiu?e being made by her daughter. Mis, Nancy Lldbeck.
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Catholic church today was Mrs. Conrad
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omar
Mrs. Clarence Booze.
PLANNED for Tuesday, February 9, is
the annual Lincoln day tea of Daugh
ters of Union Veterans of the Civil
The tea will be "between 2:30 and 5
o'clock at the Salem Woman's club. Mrs.
Mary Hilborn is general chairman.
All interested friends are invited.
Special invitation has gone to all other
patriotic societies in Salem.
Mrs. E. E. Bergman heads the invitations
committee. Mrs. Jack Simkins is chairman
for the program. Mrs. Henry Hiday and
Mrs. W. A. McCoy are on the decorations
committee:- Mrs. J. Ulrich, Mrs. Don Stup
ka, Mrs. Elmer Ray, all on the table com
mittee. Mrs. Jack Nash and Mrs. William
Gardner are on the refreshments commit
tee. Mrs. Walter Persons is president of
the group.
One hundred or more are expecting to
attend the inter-city meeting for all wom
en's service clubs of Salem on the evening
of Monday, February 15.
The dinner will be at 6:30 o'clock in the
Gold room of the Marion hotel, arranged by
Altrusa club. There will be special music,
but no speaker or other formal program
features, the evening being planned as a
get-acquainted one lor memberships of the
service clubs.
On the committee arc Miss Arlcne Shol
seth and Miss Minnie Just, Altrusa club;
Mrs. Marie Ling and Mrs. David Bennett
Hill, Soroptimist club; Mrs. Tom Wolga
mott and Mrs. William E. Smith, Znnta
club; Mrs. Darrell E. Walker and Miss
Vada L. Hill, Rotana club.
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Contestants in the good citizenship con-
test will be guests along with their mother
on Saturday, February 6, at the monthly
meeting of the Chemeketa chapter, Daugh
ters oi American Revolution, at the Salem
Woman's club house. The meeting will be
at 2 o'clock.
The Salem Civic Players will present the
program. Serving on the committee will be
Mrs. J. W. Shipley, Mrs. Alfred Vick, Miss
Georgia Shane, Mrs. E. T. Taggart, Mrs.
B. H. White, Mrs. George Turner, Mrs. W.
A. Parish, Mrs. Nell McCue, Miss Elizabeth
Russum, Mrs. S. L. Minard, Mrs. Roy 'Rico,
Mrs. C. W. Prigge.
A TALK on geraniums by Earl Petty
crew will feature the program for the
meeting of Salem Garden club on
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Salem Wom
an's club.
Donald Madison also will be a guest to
show some films.
Preceding the meeting there will be a ses
sion for the club board. For the general
meeting, members are asked to take flow
ers for arrangements in keeping with the
February holidays.
Mrs. Bryan Goodenough is chairman for
the tea and on her committee are Mrs. Wol
cott E. Buren, Mrs. Lawrence A. Ballmer,
Mrs. 0. E. Snider, Mrs. Max Flohrer, Mrs.
Walter Sieber, Mrs. A. A. Feitelson, Mrs.
W. W. Rolofson, Mrs. W. H. Speck, Mrs. A.
C. Shaw, Mrs. Lyle Urban, Mrs. Chester
Chase, Mrs. Dale Knight, Mrs. Stuart Walker,
Mrs. George Naderman, Mrs. W. C. Gabriel,
Mrs. John Wiles, Mrs. A. J. Eoff, Mrs. C. A.
Committees for the scholarship benefit
card party planned by Salem unit of Oregon
State College Mothers club on Wednesday
evening, February 10, are, being announced.
The party will be in Salem Woman's club.
Mrs. Edwin A. Johnsen is general chairman.
Mrs. Edward Majek is chairman for the
dessert, Mrs. A. 0. Mueller in charge of
prizes. Receiving guests at the door will be
Mrs. Clifford Parker and Mrs. Richard A.
Meyer. Mrs. Elmore Hill is chairman for -decorations,
and others assisting on the gen
eral committee are Mrs. Deral Jones, Mrs.
Walter Nelson, Mrs. Robert Radcliffe, Mrs.
Stanley Baker, Mrs. Adolph Lietuvietis, Mrs.
Wayne Gordon.
Reservations may be telephoned to either
Mrs. Carl J. Wcndt, 36480, or Mrs. Johnsen
at 27547.
The Junior Hi-Y and Hi-Y Mothers club
will meet for luncheon on Tuesday at the
YMCA. Salad and coffee will be served.
Deryl Currie will be guest speaker and talk
on "Vocational Guidance Through the Test
ing of Your Sons." Mr. Currie is with the
counseling service of the state employment
The monthly luncheon for Mothers club,
Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 43, will be
on Thursday at noon at the Masonic
temple. Mrs. Norman Shaw is chairman and
will be assisted by Mrs. Elvin Thomas, Mrs.
Charles Wilson and Mrs. Lloyd Davenport.
Woman's guild of the First Congrega
tional church will meet Wednesday at 2
p.m. at the church to hear Mrs. Chester
Tcrpstra speak on her work in Micronesia.
Mrs. Tcrpstra, who is now on leave in
Portland, spent five years in the Hawai
ian Islands, leaving them three years ago
for Ponape Island in the Eastern Caro
linas where she and her husband work
under the American Board, specializing in
educational work and supervision of native
churches. She is bringing an exhibit of na
tive articles with her. In the early spring,
she will join her husband in Scotland,
where he is studying at present and they
will journey home by the eastern route.
Mrs. Julian Kciscr will conduct the devo
tional service. Music will be a duet by Mrs.
Hoj Harland and Mrs. Richard Smart, ac
companied by Mrs. Lewis Mitchell.
The February hostess committee is head
ed by Mrs. Paul W. Harvey, Jr., and Mrs.
Richard D. Slater.
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IN THE picture above, Mrs. Wilmer C. Page, at left, and Mrs. Charles Musscr
look over some of the articles being arranged for the big sale. The rummage
depot Is In the basement at the home of Mrs. Page. Scores of women are assisting
in plans. Mrs. Musser Is one of the pick-up committee members.
MEMBERS of St. Mary's guild, St. Paul's Episcopal church, are sponsoring a carnival at the parish hall
next Friday evening as a benefit for the new church furnishings. A hat bar is one of the attractions and
busy at work on the hats, and trying them on, above, le ft to right, are: Mrs. Ed Lewis, Mrs. William R. Shlnn,
Mrs. Charles W. Mills, the president, and Mrs. S. D. Wiles, the latter trying on one of the bonnets.
AN event for next Friday evening, Feb-.
ruary 5, will be the carnival spon
sored by St. Mary's guild, St. Paul's
Episcopal church.
The affair will be staged between 6 and 9
o'clock in the main hall downstairs. Supper
will be served, church members and their
families being invited.
There will be special attractions movie
cartoons, a cake walk, a fish pond, games,
and a booth for cotton candy, popcorn, snow
cones and other carnival features; also a
hat bar.
Decorations will be in the carnival theme.
The carnival is staged as a benefit for the
guild's funds for the new church building.
Mrs. Ed Lewis, Mrs. William R. Shinn and
Mrs. S. D. Wiles are on the general director
ate. Mrs. Charles Mills is president of the
Yomarco group. First Methodist church,
will meet on Tuesday for a 1 o'clock no
host luncheon at the home of Mrs. Willis
A. Jones, 370 Fawk. Mrs. John H. Carkin
and Mrs. Henry Carl will assist the hostess.
Members are asked to bring their own
table service.
Salem Art association plans its annual
meeting next Monday evening at 8 o'clock
in the recital hall of Willamette university
Music building.
Miss Cclia Wolf, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Wolf of Silverton, and Miss
Bertha Gottschalk, daughter of Mr. Henry
Gottschalk, also of Silverton, are leaving
January 31 for Phoenix, Arizona. They plan
on visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf of
Glendalo before establishing residence in
Phoenix. Miss Wolf has been employed by
the state highway department for the past
two and a half years and Miss Gottschalk is
a former employee of the Pacific Tele
phone company.
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Junior Woman's
Valentine Dance
"The Queen .f Hearts" Is the theme for
the St. Valentine's time formal dance plan
ned by members of Salem Junior Woman's
club for next Saturday evening, February
8, at the American Legion club. The party
is a benefit, proceeds to go to the club's
philanthropic projects. Dancing will be be
tween 10 p.m. and . a.m. with Urs Wolfer's
orchestra playing.
Among those making reservations for the
dance are Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bartruff, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam C. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clabaugh,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cowen, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Allen, Mr. and Mrs. L. Keith Bate
man, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Cohn, Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Coolcy, Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Dewey, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Exstrand, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph FranKo,-Mr.
and Mrs. Vincent Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs.
; Howard Elwood, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wal
per, Mr.. and Mrs. Terry Eivers, Mr. and
Mrs. Maynard Eissman, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Damen, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dye, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Denton, Judge and Mrs.
Val Slopcr, Mr. and Mrs. James McFar
land, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Croft, Mr. and
Mrs. Eldon Barclay, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brack.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Struble, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Bowlin, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Young, Mr. and Mrs. William Wessner, Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Grabcr, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hay, Mr.
and Mrs. George C. Huggins, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Jenny, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Joehn
ke, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knapp, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mor
rison, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordon, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilmer Lessard, Mr. and Mrs.
Quentin Murren, Mr. and Mrs. Rollln Page,
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pahl. Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Walt, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wil
liams, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Thompson, Mr.
and Mrs. Mahlon Pengra, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
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THERE ARE to be all kinds of articles at the sale, Including household Iteml
and gadgets as well as clothing. Mrs. Ed Lewis, left above, and Mrs. John
R. Wood are checking over and trying out some of the Items. Mrs. Wood Is co
chairman with Mrs. Floyd L. Utter, general chairman, for the hospital sale.
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Club Arranges '
for Next Saturday
Fred Anunsen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl W.
Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Fan
ning, Mr. and Mrs.- Harry Esch, Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Hicks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles PowelL Mr. and -Mrs.
Lee Gustafson, Miss June Haugen, Gil
bert Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wilt, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adkins, Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Cox, Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Fimmel, Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Reed, Molalla.
Preceding the dance Mr. and Mrs. Mel
Pillette and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Young
will entertain at the latter's home for Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Joebnke, Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Wait, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cowen,
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hay, and Mr., and
Mrs. Ted Jenny. .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen have invited
Miss June Haugen, Gilbert Allen, Mr.- and
Mrs. Wilson Wilt, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Carey to their home for a party
before the dance.
Entertaining at supper following the
dance will be Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bartruff,
who will have as their guests Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs.. Eldon
Barclay, Air. and Mrs.. Ryan Buckout, and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cox of Corvallis.
Also entertaining at supper will be Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Wasser and Mr. and Mrs.
Quentin Murren, who have invited a group
to the Murren home, including Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Lankow, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Jenning, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bowlin, Mr.
and Mrs. Mahlon Pengra, Mr. and Mrs.
Rollin Page and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parlse.
Cascade chapter, National Secretaries as
sociation, plans to meet at the home of Mrs.
J. B. Hanson, 240 North 20th street, Tues
day. Mrs. Lonnle Hughes is the assistant