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THE ALBANY D!MOCRAt-tt ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1936 LOCAL AND DISTRICT SOCIETY NEWS :" 'music " COMING EVENTS CLUBS - LODGES PATTERNS ' 1ANTHE SMITH, Editor Telephone 16 PAGE TWO POPULAR TWIN SWEATERS Lh Trdisieme Ends Season Chi Sigma Is Entertained IsabelleVan Waning Tells' Wedding Date at Charming Breakfast Sunday Morning One :af the roost charming weddings which js announced for early summer is that of Miss Isabelle VanWaninj?, daughter of )U-e. A, J; VanWaninj? and Kenneth Mayer of Hermwtoii, son, of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mayer of Lebanon. The wedding date was revealed last Sunday morning at a ' breakfast, at. which Miss YanWaning was hostess , at the Hotel Albany- The wedding, which, is to be a garden 1 affair, is scheduled for June 28. , ,.."v. ',. . . . ,. Albany Branch A.A.U.W. To Give Fashion Benefit Tea Saturday tit Barrett's The American Association of University Women will present a pummel' fashion tea on Saturday, May 12, at the home of Mrs. VV. A. Barrett, 710 West Fifith street, as a benefit for scholarships. Albany women are invited to enll at 3:30 o'clock as the fashion parade will start at 4 o'clock. The senior girls of Albany high school have received invitations to attend the tea and fashion revue at 2 o'clock. Yah y, 14 f;4r ir iX the serving of a , light . luncheon. Fifteen were' present. The April group enjoyed a 6:30 o'clock "dinner at the home' of Mrs. Roy T. Worley Wednesday evening with Miss Opal Jarmon as assistant hostess. Seventeen members were present. Miss Lcttie Pratt led the devotional service and Miss Evelyn Worley sang two numbers at the close of the evening. i ' Sj S. S. Members At Hancock Home. .' Mrs. E.. F. Hancock was hostess to the members of th S. S. S. club at her home in Sunrise last Friday afternoon. - Mrs. A. R. Hart, guest, was added to the club's membership during the business meeting. Fraunmayer are graduates of the University of Oregon. Miss Braden is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. Baker Home Scene Of Dinner Party. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker of East Front street, entertained a group of their friends for dinner Thursday evening. Covers were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newport, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Engeman, Viola Burck. Peck, Shirley Engeman, Grace Burck, Marilyn Baker and the host and hostess. Contract Club Has ' Party Tonight.' : ' Mr. and Mi's. Walter Kropp of Albany and Mr. and Mrs. John Summers, jr.. of Lebanon will entertain the members of the Junior Contract club and husbands of the members tonight al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kropp on West Fifth street. Three tables of bridge will be in play during the evening hours. Poppy Sale Plans Made by Committees. Plans were made by the executive committee of the Albany post r , j . .A? jrfAVvf-j fit.- I The announcement of the wedding date was concealed on small cards fastened to fuvqrs of red carnations. Both Miss VanWnninK and Mr. Mayer arc well known in Albany and Lebanon. Miss Van-Waning was graduated from Albany high school and from Oregon State college and is a mem ber of Kappa Kappa Gamma na tional sorority, Theta Sigma Phi and Mortar Board honorary. For the past year she has been teaching secretarial science at the Woodburn high school. . Mr. Mayer attended the secondary , schools in Lebanon, was graduated from Die- University of Oregon and is a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He is employed in the First National bank of Hermiston and was in Portland until two months ago, engaged in the banking business. .The guest list at the breakfast included: Miss Marybelle Barrett, Miss Edith Caluvan, Miss Mary Louise Ollivcr, Miss Betty Stuart, Miss Esther Neburgall, Miss Clare Stewart and Miss Mury Valpiany, Mrs. Marion Fitzpatrick Thomas, Miss Charlotte . Lambcrty and Miss Laura Margaret Smith.. Group' Meetings Held By' Women's Association. Several of the groups of the Women's Association of the First Presbyterian church hold interest ing meetings last Wednesday. The October and November groups were1 entertained by the .December group at a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. L. L. Swan. A feature of the program was a mission talk given by Mrs. QuirinuB Brecn. Her talk dealt with work being done in Africa by the chucrh. Miss Bessie Merrill of Pacific Grove, Cal., a former Albany resident, gave an account of the work being done in the Japanese missions in California. Mra.. .W. C ,Michp!l had ..charge of the devotionuls and Mrs. Daniel-Freeman presided over the business session. Twenty-five members of the three groups were present.- lAnothcr gathering was. that of the .February group, which entertained the January group ut the homo of Mrs. D. V. Puling. The committee in charge of the entertainment was comprised of Mrs. DeJ Alexander, Mrs. Harry Mikklo-son and Mrs. Poling. Mrs. G. A. Flood arranged the decorations. At 1 o'clock a "covered dish" lunch-con was served. Mrs. Hugh Walkup had charge of the program. Twenty members of the two groups enjoyed the afternoon. (Mrs. Wallace Howe Lee extended the hospitality of her home to the June and September groups, with the June group in churge of the program. Mis. L. llowells, chairman of the June group, presided over the meeting. Mrs. Wilfred Mandlcy was chosen as leader of the September gtjpup to take the place of the late Miss Flora Mason. Mrs. John Simpson was selected to be Mrs. Mand-lef's assistant leader. Mrs. Lee had charge of the devotional service. "Miss Anderson sang two numbers as a part of the program, wfcieh was brought to a close by - NO. 3792 TW.I'N SWEATER SETS are still maintaining their enor-imous popularity of past seasons. There is nothing quite like them for golfing and other sports, and when they are made of the new cotton and rayon nubby-knit as is this one, they are comfortable without the usual excessive warmth. If you discard the cardigan during a close game, you sfill have the flattering matching pullover. . Send a stamped self-addresscnvelope to Albany Democrat-Herald for the complete, knitting directions. Kitchen Appetizers This part of the afternoon is to be in charge of Mrs, Raymond Tomlinson and Mrs. Vernon McVey.. Albany women are evincing much interest in the tea. The "Fashion Parade," will be opened by Miss Betty Fitzpatrick, Albany high school carnival queen. Mrs. Vernon McVey and Mrs. Jack Pearce will model sports, afternoon and evening gowns from the Smart shop; Mrs. Erlin Brevig and Mrs. Roy Phillips will show summer costumes from Bikman's; Miss Margaret Jean Arthur and Miss Beverly Arbuth-not have been chosen to present the J. C. Penney company's garments; Mrs. D. V. Poling, Miss Opal Jarmon and Little Miss Alice Alison Kropp will model clothes fromthc Hamilton store. Dresses, coats and hats will be shown from the Montgomery Ward store by Mrs. John Rhodes, Miss Marie Bragg and Miss Elaine Warner. Swimming suits will be shown by the C. C. tsore. Miss Kate Jameson, state president of the A. A. U. W and dean of women at Oregon State college at Corvallis will pour during the tea hour. Albany women who will preside at the coffee and tea urns will' be: Mrs. Rex Putnam, Mrs. Victor Olliver. Mrs. Fred Ward. Mrs. C. C. Cathey. Mrs. Everett Fisher and Mrs. Anna Hunt. Those who will assist about the rooms are to be Mrs. Edward Lawrence Barrett, Mrs. Otto Lance, Mrs. Orval Doerfler, Mrs. David Froman, Mrs. Raymond Tomlinson, Mrs. Mary VanDel. Mrs. W. P. Canning, Miss Lillian Ernest and Miss Lillian Gatchell. Assisting with the general arrangements and decorations for the tea is the following committee: Mrs. William Mickelson, Mrs. Arthur Palmer, Mrs. Philip Lehman, Miss Wilma Spence and Miss Ruth Bryant. Hall's Floral shop and Walker's Floral shop will furnish corsnges for the dinner and evening gowns. The tea table will be arranged by the Albany Floral shop. - Walker s Beauty Shop, Bunion s Beauty shop, the Castle Perman ent Wave shop, the Terminal Beauty shop and Mildred s Beauty Salon will arrange the coiffeur of the models. Miss Braden Given Informal Tea Today. Mrs. E. C. Fisher, Mrs. Walter Kropp and Mrs. John Summers, jr., of Lebanon are entertaining at tea this afternoon to compliment Miss MarAbel Braden. The tea is being given at the home of Mrs. Fisher, Sixth and Washington streets. Miss Braden has set her wedding date, early in June, when she is to become the bride of Otto Fraunmayer of Medford. Both Miss Braden and Mr. 4 DEU& Jat too .vi t ' .. .m v .. 7 ., " - , 0" . Stf"-' A clever system of roll call was used to open the meeting, with each member responding to the call by telling the place of her birth. I lie places ranged all the way from Norway to the Far East. Closing the pleasant alternoon the hostess served refreshments to fourteen. She was assisted in serving by her daughter, Mrs. E. G. Mclteynolds. The next' meeting will be held at' the homo of Mrs. George Laubner on May '42, ' Mite Boxes Opened At Missionary Session. Mrs. G.. T. Hockensmith of Maple street opened her home to the Women's Foreign Missionary society .of the First Methodist Episcopal church last Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Hazel Ewing as joint hostess. , Miss Volena Smith led the devotional service and a feature of the business hour was the annual opening of the mite boxes. Mrs. Lulu Miller gave a reading during the program and inter in the afternoon lea was served to 21 members. Legion Auxiliary Tea Held Sunday. . An Interesting social event of the past week was the tea given lust Sunday afternoon by the American Legion Auxiliary for Gold Star and War Mothers of Albany, at the-Veterans' Memorial hall at Fifth and Lyon streets. Tea was dispensed from a prettily decorated table, centered with a large bowl of lilies of the valley and forget-me-nots. The flowers were arranged over a large mirror. Tall lighted candles guarded the flowers. Mrs. O. A. Archibald "and Mrs. Gleeda Spoor poured. Assisting in the serving were Mrs. Wallace C. Eakin. Mis. G. Glenn Holmes. Mrs. William Haoon and Mis. Joseph Neeley. Mrs. Paul Dawson was in cluuge of the refreshments. Mrs. Pague Has Buffet Supper. ; Sunday evening the attractive country home of Mrs. Hazel Harta Pague. which is near Albany, was the scene of a buffet-supper, with 20 friends of Mrs. Pugue's being bidden. Supper was served between 5 and 6 o'clock. . An interesting club meeting of the past week was that of the Chi Sigma club, which met at the home of Mrs. R. L. Roberts Thursday. evening, with Mrs-Rice Ashton as assisting hostess. Two contests were held during the social hour with Mrs. William Luther and Mrs. Everett WiUai'd winning prizes. At the close of the evening a luncheon was served to 15 members and two guests, while they were seated about small attractively appointed tables. The guests were Mrs. Elmer Lowe and Mrs. William Pendleton. Rebekahs Elect Officers Friday. Election of officers was a special feature at the regular meeting of Beulalv Rebekah Lodge No. 55, in the I. O. O. F. hall last evening. Those selected to fill the offices for the next term were: Mrs. Abbie Bennett, noble grand; Miss Florence Herman, vice grand; Mrs. Laura Farlow, recording secretary; Mrs. Lucile Curry, treasurer. The appointive officers will be announced later and will be installed at a joint meeting with the Odd Fellows the first part of July. Mrs. Edna Goer told of a visit of several of our members to the lodge in Jefferson last Wednesday evening at which meeting the president of the Rebekah Assembly of Oregon, Mrs. Cora Heaton, of Hillsboro, made her official visit. For the program of the evening, Mrs. Vclma Covey gave a humor ous reading and Thomas Swan gave a short talk. The members were then invited to the banquet room where refreshments were served. Mrs. Joanna Beard was chairman of the committee that made the arrangements for the evening's entertainment. Twentieth Century Club Meets. Mrs. G. T. Hockensmith opened her home to the members of the Twentieth Century Book Club last Friday, with a feature of thb business meeting beinj the initiation of three members into the club. Those joining were: Mrs. Orah Buhl, Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Rialto L. Wcatherford. As a part of the program Mrs. Buhl gave a dramatic reading and Mrs. Hazel Ewing sang two numbers. At 4 o'clock the hostess served a luncheon to 12 members and Miss Starr, who was, an additional guest. Mrs. Stark Has Cardette Club. Mrs. A. Shirk of 1213 Washing-Ion street extended the hospitality of lier home, Thursday afternoon of this week to the members of the Cardette club. At 1 o'clock a luncheon was served and places were marked for eight at a charmingly appointed table. Bridge was played following the luncheon and Mrs. C. N. Barrett won high score. Mrs. Aletlia Starr of Brownsville was a complimented guest. Birthday Party At Brenneman's. Miss Eileen and Miss Nancy lirenneman celebrated their birthdays on May 13. with a party, at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mis. Dan Bronncman. Six were bidden to enjoy the afternoon, which was spent in playing games. Late in the afternoon Mrs. Bren-neman served a luncheon. Attractive favors were presented to each guest. The Early Bird Shops on Penney 's Lay-Away Plan The Early Bird is a wise old bird who selects what she wants AHEAD OF TIME, and pays for it in weekly payments BEFORE SHE NEEDS IT. The advantages, she says, are these: 1 No first-of-the-month bills. 2 No carryinf charge to pay. 3 Selection f rm frtk. new sch) sail mum 4 The uikawi t knowing that thing's paid for. o M1' Thursday evening La Troisieme bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Z. E. Merrill for a dessert dinner, with bridge being played following' the dessert- course'. Three tables .were in play and prizes went to Mrs. Glenn M. Junkin and Mrs. James Coehran. This was the last meeting of the club until next fall. D. A. R. Chapter Elects Of ficers. ' . " : Election of officers, a report on the Continental Conference, whuh was held recently in Washington, D. C, and a dessert dinner, fea tured the meeting of the Linn chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, when that group met Monday evening ut 7:15 o'clock at the home' of Miss Ruth and Miss Fanny Chase on College heights. The officers 'elected are: Miss Lottie Morgan, regent; Miss Christine Pipe, vice-retrent: Miss Flo Nutting, recording secretary; Mrs. Cecil C. Cathey, corresponding secretary; Miss Zella Burkhart, treasurer; Miss Fanny Chase, historian; Mrs. Wayne Dawson, registrar; Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett, Chaplain and Mrs. W. H. Rohdes, chairman of the board of management. Mrs. Alton B. Coates is the re tiring regent of the local chapter. Mrs. Mark V. Weatlierford, former state regent of the D. A. R.,' gave an interesting and detailed account of the national D. A. R. meeting held in Washington, D. C. An impressive memorial service in honor of Miss Flora Mason was given, and a tribute, written by Miss Lottie Murgan was read. Twenty members, and one guest. Miss Bessie Merrill of Pucific Grove, Cal., were present Miss Merrill is a former member of Linn chapter. Harmony Club Guests Of Mrs. Paulus. Mrs. Peter Paulus extended the hospitality of her home last Wednesday afternoon to the members of the. Harmony club. Mrs. Clee-tus Curry and Mrs. Thomas Ferguson were admitted to the club as members during the business hoiir. In a contest during the social hour, Mrs. Cleotus Curry and Mrs. Leona Zwahlen were awarded the prizes. At the close of the afternoon a "covered dish" luncheon was served. Fourteen members and two guests. Mrs. llenietla Davis and Miss Pearl Turpin were present. Alpha Gamma Group At Jackson Home. Monday evening Miss Olga Jackson entertained the members of Alpha Gamma social sorority at Albuny college at the home of her parents, Mayor and Mrs. W. L. Jackson, 1)06 W. Sixth street. Election of officers, formal initiation and a memorial service for Miss Flora Mason, trustee of Albany college, who had been a patroness of the sorority since its organization on the campus. The officers elected are; Miss Marion Foley, lortlurtd, president; Miss Jane Scott. Albany, vice-president; Miss Lois Hogan. Keedsport, secretary; Miss Sally C'luistner, Portland, treasurer; Miss Elizabeth Williams, Portland, chaplain and Miss Marvel Willing, marshal. Lutc( in the evening a light luncheon was served by Miss Jackson, Miss Kuth Pinkstaff and Miss C'neric Adams'. Twenty-eight memliers of the organization were present. P. G. N. Members Meet Monday. Last ' Monday afternoon the members of the Past Guardian Neighbors club of the Neighbors of Woodcraft nut ut the home of Mrs. FuriTst Campbell, with Mrs. lX'lilah Campbell and Mrs. Edna B. Karstens as hostesses. The afternoon was passed in a business and social hour and lute in the afternoon light refreshments were served to H members. Good Cheer Club Has No-Hostess Affair. A pleasant afternoon was spent Tuesday, by the members of the Good Cheer club when Mrs. C. tl Murphy opened her home to the club. Al 12 o'clock a no-hostess luncheon was served and Mrs. Murphy was assisted in arranging for the affair by Mrs. Glenn Junkin and Mrs. W. H. Watson. Illusions of cut spring flowers wen-used about the rooms and on the luncheon tables for decorations. Following the luncheon the afternoon was spent informally with little Miss Marilyn Luper singing two songs during the social hour. Mis. Frank Walker of Seattle was an additional guest. Twenty-one members were present, Happy Hour Members Enjoy Meeting. Another rtub meeting of the past week, whicn was an enjoyable event, was the meeting of the Happy Hour club, Tuesday evening at the lyyic of Mrs '.Frank Musgrave. Tir? evening hours were spent informally by 1 1 members and at a lute hour Mrs. Musgrave assisted by Mrs. Fr-ii, llockspier und Mrs. T. SkcKy served a dainty collation. Tropical Cousins Ought to Know What's Good to Eat ., When Weather is Uncomfortably Hot Turn to the tropics to know what to eat when it's hot. To the countries just over the equator, hot weather is no novelty but a steady ; diet. It would appear that after years of practise our tropical con- . sins "ought to know' , anil it seems logical to take a look at (and a taste of) their favorite foods. j Of course, lack of refrigeration ; facilities and a scantier variety of: foods makes tropical faro less var- ' icd. We are not so hampered, but: plan our menus from dozens more1 viands and frozen dishes unknown: to our southern friends. ! Our ideas of flavor vary loo. so that manv a native from a south- . ern land would fail to recognize! his pet dish. Hut adaptations and Americanized versions of tropical foods, and our own combinations , of their tropical ingredients are plentiful, pleasing, popular! i The Sun Shines Hot : ''The sands of the desert grow cold" aecordmj to a popular sung.; hut the mhi shines hot in Araln;i ' Snow Peak's Tasty Healthful Chocolate Milk THE RIGHT DRINK FOR WARM WEATHER M-E-A-L-S QUART.... 10c Distributed by us and sold exclusively by the following Albany merchants KunskiH's Grocery Buckley's Grocery Budlomr's Grocery Cook's Grocery East Albany Grocery llolloway's Grocery Huff's Grocery Lackey's Grocery Pay'n Takit Vcrl Miller's Meal Market The Grocervetcria Tower's Grocery Walkup's Grocery Williamson s Grocery Phone Two trucks to W J serve you. 01 TONe Ac .ef i in " jig - Tkr.d )Xiiai." Streets u f L if SOCIAL EVENTS FOR COMING WEEK Notice: All social events for the Saturday Women's Fue -must be In the hands of the society cdltur not later than 1 o'clock Frli..iy afternoon. Albany women are asked to hand In Hrtra the day following social events, to prevent last minute rush. , , .... SOCIAL EVENTS FOR COMING WF.KK IONDAY: . .,. . . Manztnila Circle of the Neighbors of Woodcraft will meet ill ll CSV? ruii; . . .for limited time In that country the palm trees that make' our cooling fans also yield their favorite fare dates, "gold of the desert." Dates and milk, both pasteurized, provide an easy, filling but cool lunclieon for our own summer days. The Arabs like their dates plain and pick them right off the tree, but we. like ours pasteurized in packages, and we put them in salad, desserts, even ice cream. . You'll enjoy these: Tropical Mousse ' i cup chopped nuts 'j cup pasteurized dates, chopped. Grated rind of 'a lemon 1 -j tbsps. lemon juice Few grains salt i teusp. nutmeg 1-3 cup powdered sugar 2 ripe bananas 1 cup heavy cream Mix the nuts, finely chopped dales, lemoiii rind and juice, salt, nutmeg, and sugar. Mash the ba U'L-n- Turn lo Pr AY.'N o 1 50 JL roMl'I.KIK I uiu muuuwni uuiKung o p.iu. ior regular meeting. 1 Knights of Pylhius Lodge in K. of P. hall, Second and Lvon streets 8 p. m. TUESDAY: . .c . ,.. . . v . , ' Alpha Temple No. 1 of the Pythian Sisters will meet in the f. of P. hall, Second and Lyon streets, B p. m. Loyal Order of Mouse, 8 p. m., at Moose temple, i Ladies of the G. A. R., Tuesday at 2:3(1 p. in. at the Veterans' J Memorial hall. Those who have birthdavs within the first " six months of the year will be honored.' WEDNESDAY: k The Ladies Aid Society of the First Methodist Episcopal chin ch I 48 to meet in the Social hall of the church at 2:30 p. m. llost-f esses will be Mrs. Clark Kendall, Mrs. Ernest Haller, and Mrs. Glenn Holmes. The, North Albany Thimble club is to meet al 1 o'clock for t a no-hostess luncheon at the home of Mrs. Oliver Anderson In North Albany. THURSDAY: ' ' ' , Thursday, Study club at the home of Mrs. .Mortimer M. Stocker, with Mrs. David Froman as assistant hostess. A 1 o'clock luncheon is to be served. I H. D. W. club to meet with Mrs. Elmer Ellsworth 2:30 p. m. T O. D. O. club to meet with Mrs. A. Stenberg at-2:30 p. m. A J ., ''covered dish" luncheon will be served ut i p. m. " Alluinv Degree of Honor lodge will meet in the K. of P. hall . at 8 p. hi. At 8 o'clock a pinochle party will be held. The pu'ty is to be the first of a series of six. FRIDAY: The S. S. S. club of Suiuise will meet with Mrs. Hulburt at i 2:50 p. m. I The Women of the Mouse will meet in the Moose temple at I 8 p. m. Past KOble Grand club will meet Friday at the ' I. O. O F. - hall at 8 p.m. O SATURDAY: The Albany branch of the American Association of University Women will hoW a benefit tea at tlie home of Mrs. W. A. I Barrett, Fifth and Vine streets from 3 until 5:30 p. m. The " . public is ffivlled. SALON MAKE-UP TRIO Introducing the new Dorothy Cray "gauzy" make-up for Spring f.iees. It's young, fresh. Kiuarl! 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