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Albany, Oregon
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Saturday, May 23, 1936
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fWf- AttANY DEMOCRAT-M ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1936 LOCAL AND DISTRICT tf OKI flan flF T COMING EVENTS CLUBS - LODGES PATTERNS SOCIETY NEWS' MUSIC t IANTHE SMITH, Editor Telephone 16 PAGE TWO !' Cove red Dish' Pnscillas! At Pate Home Mar Abel Braden Guest of Honor at Pre-Nuptial Tea j ' ' - ENVIABLE: ENSEMBLE - . ' ' 1 JJZt ... 1 At E. C. Fisher Residence Thursday Study Club Has Last Regular Meeting of Season at Stocker Horne Mrs. Mortimer M. Stocker. and Mrs.:Da'vid'Frb'rnaftyere hoste.-ws at a 1 o'clock luncheon Thursday at the. Stocker home, with the members of the Thursday Study ijtalp.js guei-ts. This is the last regular meeting of the club this season. The last meeting of the 'club until next fall, Will be a "covered dish" garden supper held early in June at the home of Mrs.' H. J. Warner, with husbands of the members as guests. Miss Maf Abel Braden, 'whose'approaching marriage" to into tyonnmayer, Is 01 interest to Albany people, was an honored igiiest at an informal tea at the home of her aunt. Airs. Everett C. Fisher, at Sixth and Washington streets last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Walter Kronr and Mrs. John Surnme-rs Jr., cousins of Miss Braden were joint home were resplendent' in group and ten. guests enjoyed the Is Entertained An interesting club meeting of the past week was held Wednesday when "The Covered Dish" club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Junkin, 313 Washington street. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock with the guests seated about small tables. Later in the evening six tables of bridge were in play with prizes going to Mrs. C. H. Murphy, Mrs. L. H .Fish, L. G. Lewelling and F. M. French. Bouquets of cut flowers were used about the rooms to form the decorations. P. N. G. Club Hears Convention Reports. Members of the Past Noble Grand's club were entertained last evening in the I. O. O. F. hall with tableaux representing different characters in Rebekah lodge work and reports by members just returned from several days spent in Roseburg, attending the Rebekah Assembly of Oregon. Later in the evening refreshments were served at tables decorated with vases and baskets of cut spring flowers and greehery. Mrs. Sina Early was a complimented guest. Mrs. Lucille Curry, Mrs. Laura Farlow and Mrs. Amanda Baltimore were the committee for the evenings' arrangements. JOY Girls Hear Chinese Missionary. Miss Virginia Miller was hostess to the members of the J. O. Y. Circle of the United Presbyterian church Tuesday with a "covered dish" dinner being served at 6:30 o'clock. Miss Isabelle Ackerman led the devotionals and Miss Doris Beight also took part in the devotional service. The group then attended the meeting at the Baptist church where a missionary from China was speaking. O. D. O. Members : At Stenberg Home. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Al Stenberg opened her home to the members of the O. D. O. club, with ten members being present. Mrs. Carrie Montgomery was admitted as a member during the business session. A social hour was drawn to a close by a no-hostess luncheon served at 4 o'clock. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Chester Ed-holm. June 4. Three papers were pre-1 sented following the business meeting. Mrs. S. V. Smith read her review of "From the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, to the Hanging Gardens of New York." Mrs. E. T. Boucher, gave a review of "These Rolling Years," by Agnes Slith Turnbull. Mrs. R. W. Tripp read, "The Story of American Furniture." Complimented guests for the luncheon and afternoon were: Mrs. J. J. Barrett, Mrs. E. C. Fisher, Mrs. O. B. Stalnaker and Mrs. Roy T. Worley. Members of the club are: Miss Kate Barrett, Mrs. E. T. Boucher, Mrs. J. F. Braly, Mrs. E. C. Brandeberry, Mrs. C. C. Bryant, Mrs. Alton B. Coates, Mrs. W. F. Dawson, Mrs. Hazel Ewing, Mrs. W. L. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. David Froman, Mrs. G. T. Hockensmith, Mrs. Thomas Howard, Mrs. J. H. Irvine, Mrs. D. S. McWilliams, Mrs. C. R. Nokes, Mrs. Victor Olliver, Mrs. J. B. Patterson, Mrs. J. H. Ralston, Mrs. A. G. Senders, Mrs. S. V. Smith, Mrs. M. M. Stocker, Mrs. J. W. Swank, Mrs. R. W. Tripp, Mrs. H. J. Warner, Mrs. E. B. Williamson. Honorary members are: Mrs. C. E. Childs, Mrs. D. L. Parker and Mrs. E., M. Pugh. Mrs. Houser's Mission Group Meets. Mrs. Roy Houser's Missionary i group of the First Christian church met Thursday, May 21, for a "covered, dish" luncheon at the home of Mrs. Fred Veal. The tables were decorated with roses and each guest was presented a corsage. Following the luncheon there was a short program. Miss Betty McAfee and Master Wallace Eakin played a violin duet, with Master Eakin also playing two violin solos. A short devotional service was led by Mrs. William Dehm, and later a short business session was held. Twenty-three members of the afternoon. The guests were: Mrs. Chester Veal, Mrs. Dehm, Mrs. M. L. Sanders, Mrs. B .E. Lee, Mrs. Paul Acquisto, Mrs. May Miller, Mrs. F. Pruyn. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs: Susie Douglas, Salem road. Wesleyan Members Elect Officers. Tuesday evening the members of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist ' Episcopal church met at the home of Miss Virginia Tripp. Miss Lillian Bear had charge of the devotional' service and Mrs. Henry Otto led a discussion on "Child Welfare and a Life of Service for Mankind." . Election of officers was held during the evening with Miss Ida Mitzner being elected president; Miss Virginia Tripp, vice-president; Miss Charlotte Allen, recording secretary; Miss" Frances Bray, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Hazel Harnisch, treasurer, and keeper of the light' , Miss Eleanor Yarnes. ' Roll call was answered by the members giving quotations from favorite poems. ' Miss Lillian Bear in charge of the program presented a game. ; Bringing the program to a close the hostess served a light lunch eon. College Fraternities ' ' Give Dance. Preceded by a formal banquet at the Hotel Albany givtn by Kappa Kappa Phi fraternity of Albany college, Omega Zeta and Kappa Kappa Phi fraternities last night held their annual spring formal dance at Colorado Lake on the Albany-Corvallis highway. To the strains of Gus Meyers and his eight piece orchestra from the University ' of , Oregon campus, approximately 50. couples nA Turn t Pugp Thr I "I. FOR smart luncheon wear, a white silk whipcord jacket worn over a navy silk dress with a printed white silk taffeta scarf knoted thorugh the front will attract envious comment. This one is worrt with' a sailor in navy and white. Kitchen Appetizers Hostesses. ' The rooms of' the Fisher their decorations ol cut spring flowers. ; The tea table was covered with an imported linen table cloth, which was hand em broidered. A large bowl of Japanese lilies formed the centerpiece. Tall, white lighted candles were placed about the centerpiece. Mrs. Lester Wilcox and Mrs. Frank Mayers, sisters of Miss Braden poured. Twenty-five were bidden to the affair. ' Miss Braden recently announced her wedding date as being June 10, to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayer in Lebanon. Miss Braden has made her home in Albany and Lebanon. She is a daughter of the late Mrs. Ethel I. Braden. She was graduated from the Albany high school and University of Oregon at Eugene, where she; was . a member of Kappa Alpha Thcta and Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary sorority. In music. for the. past three years she has been teaching in Medford and McMinnville high schools in the department of music. . . . ' Mr. Frohnmaycr was graduated from Medford high school, the University of Oregon and University of Oregon law school, lie is a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity and Phi Delta Phi, honorary fraternity in law. He is now associated in the Porter Npff law offices in Medford. Althouse Hqme -Opened To Club. Last Saturday ' afternoon the members of the Modern Travelers club were entertained at the home of Miss Anna on East Fifth street, with 24 members answering roll call. A memorial service was hold for Mrs. J. K, Weatherford, sr., who was a member of., the Modern Travelers club for more than 30 .years. Mrs. .J. C. Irvine and Miss Lettie Pratt were appointed as a committee to write u tribute to be presented at the next club meeting, to honor Mrs. Weatherford. The first paper during the program was presented by Mrs. J. L. Bray on "Old Oregon Industries.", She stated that lumber held first place for being the most important industry of the state. In 188S more than 200 saw mills were in operation. The miinufac- I lure ol Hour was ranKea as inc second major industry. In 1868 a cargo of Oregon flour was sent to London, England. Salmon was one of the three great exports. Wool was also exported from this country. The first cloth made on the Pacific coast, Mrs. Bray stated, was at Salem, in 1857. Pottery, soap, tanning, wagon factories and mining were among some of the other early Oregon products and industries. Mrs. C. E. Williamson sang two numbers following , Mrs. Bray's paper. Mrs. P. A. Goodwin presented the second paper, her subject was "Rayon, Laslcx, Ramie." Mrs. Goodwin staled that man-made silk was produced when it was desired to reproduce worm-silk, the rarest and most costly of textiles. The production of rayon was first discovered by Rumour in 1874. It was a gum-lac product made from pine and cedar bark. As a feature' of the business session Mrs. Thor-as Bibb was taken into the club as a member. Mrs. Franklin Holman presented the book, "Life of Juab Powell," by Nichols to the Modern Travelers club, which Is to be given to the Albany Public-library. A history of Modern Travelers club was outlined, by Strawberry Month Is Here, Many Delectable Dishes , i Made Famous by Fruit Mrs. H. F. Merrill, honorary member, with reminiscenses by Mr?. L. E. Hamilton and Mrs. J. C. Irvine was read. This writing will also be placed , on file in the library. Late in the afternoon the host ess served a light luncheon. ' Complimented guests for the afternoon were: Mrs. Orah Hark- ness Buhl, Mrs. J. L. Stuart, Mrs. Estella Kendall, Mrs. Mortimer Stocker, Miss Mary Althouse and Miss Elizabeth Merrill, of Pacific drove, cal., former Albany re sident and former librarian at the Albany public library, were guests. Miss Merrill is visiting her aunt, Miss Anna Althouse, . Julia McAuley's Engagement Told. Announcement of the marriage of Julia McAuley, Albany college faculty member, to Homer Bursell, June 20, was made at a luncheon and linen shower in honor of the bride-to-be in the Rose room of the Greyhound Tavern, Wednesday, Mdy 13, at 1 p. . m. by Mrs. Keith Bryant. Covers were laid for 14 guests. , Special place cards and favors announced to the guests the date of the wedding which will be solemnized in Portland. Carrying out the bridal idea, the table was attractively centered with a white wedding bouquet and white tapers. Miss McAuley, a graduate of Albany college in 1031, was added to the faculty last full as head dietician of Woodward hall and director of women's athletics. While on the campus she was prominent in student affairs, being a charter member of Delta Kuppa Phi sorority, and May queen in her senior year. Mr. Bursell, a graduate of Oregon State college in 1926 from the school of engineering, is employed, in the Adme Engineering Service of Portland; While on the Corvallis campus he was affiliated with Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. Guests present at the luncheon were: Mrs. (J. (J. Bryant, Mrs. Clco Von Hickman, Mrs. Wulter Johnson, Mrs. Harold Bilyca, Miss Isabellc MuLood, Mrs. G. Glenn Holmes, Mrs. Thomas F. Mundle, Mrs. Carl Sox, Mrs. Joan Stewart, Miss Dcna B'romm, Miss Mildred Ransdcll, Mrs. Harry Franklin Duy, the honored guest and the hostess. Contract Bridge Has Evening Party. Members of the Junior Contract club and their husbands, met last Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krupp and Mr. and Mrs. John Summers jr.. at the Kropp home on West Fifth street. Four tables of bridge wore in play during the evening, with honors going to Mr. and Mrs. Curl Elling-sen. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Reetz were complimented guests. At a late hour a luncheon was served by Mrs. Summers and Mrs. Kropp. Neos Numphe Members Enjoy Luncheon. A pleasant afternoon was spent last Thursday by the members of the Neos Numphe club at the home of Mrs,. Fred Forster, with luncheon being served ut 1 o'clock. The committee in charge of the luncheon was comprised of Mrs. Pearl Hector, Mrs. M. V. Looney and Mrs. Carl Cunnct. , Following the luncheon the afternoon wns spent Informally. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Homer Dowd in Lebanon. Mrs. F. C. Pate and Mrs. Wallace C. Eakin were co-hostesses to the members of the Priscilla club at a 1 o'clock luncheon aj f the home of Mrs. Pate, Thursday. Twenty were scaetd at small attractively" decorated tables for luncheon. Bridge was played during the afternoon with Mrs.' Walter Stuart and Mrs. Homer Dowd receiving the prizes. Complimented guests for the afternoon were: Mrs. James Bird, Salem; Mrs. M. D. McPherson, Mrs. O. D. Austin, Mrs. ' Burl Ingram and Mrs. Loyd Scriber. Methodist Women - Meet With Mrs. Holmes. Wednesday afternoon the Ladies Aid Society of the' First Methodist Episcopal church met at the home of Mrs. G. Glenn Holmes on the College Heights, . with Mrs. Clark Kendall and Mrs. Ernest Haller as assisting hostesses. Mrs. M. C.Vfln Leuven was in charge of the devotional' service, with preceded the business meet ing.' ' It was announced that the next project of the society will be the serving of a dinner next Wednesday evening at the church for the Salem district of the Mens' Brotherhood. The com mittee in charge of arrangements for the dinner consists of Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Chester Wyman and Mrs. William Hobbs. The proceeds of the dinner will be used in improving the class rooms of the beginners department. The committee in charge of super vising the improvements is made up of t Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Ralph Roberts and Mrs. G. T. Hoeken- smith. A short program was given with Keith Holmes giving two readings and Mrs. C. E. Williamson singing several selections. Al 4 o'clock tea was served and presiding at the tea urns were Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Lee Doer-fler. " .., Those on the tea committee were: Mrs. William Mickelsen, Mrs. Sam Frager, Mrs. J. S. Rankin, Mrs. C. E. Williamson and Mrs. Thomas D. Yarncs. i Tea was served to 40. N. O. W. Members To Entertain Lebanon. Manzanita circle of the Neigh bors of Woodcraft met last Monday evening in their hall in the McDowell building, with a social hour following the regular lodge session. Later in the evening a luncheon was served to 20 members by Mrs. Winnifred Ohling, Mrs. E. T. Stiles and Miss Carol Chance. Lebanon members are to be in vited to attend the next- meeting. June 1. B. P. W. Elects Convention Delegates. Election of delegates to attend the state convention of the Business and Professional Women's clubs to be held in Roseburg soon, was a high spot of the meeting of the Albany Business md Professional women Tuesday evening. The home of Mrs. Alma Brandshagen on ; West Fifth street was the scene of the mooting, with Mrs, Waller Ten- brook and Miss Lillu O. McCoy assisting in the entertaining, A "covered dish" supper was served at 6:30 o'clock. Miss Merle Strador and Miss Wilma Knngiis were the delegates elected. Miss Harriett Hamilton, Miss Vera Williamson and Mrs. Keilh Bryant were named as a committee to nominate officers. Nomination will be held at the next meeting. Miss Lonore Powell gave a dramatic reading and Mrs. Eva T. Nieholls gave, a travelogue, using her recent trip to Mexico as the background of her talk. Thirty members and several guests wore present. w w Camp Fire Girls Plan Out-of-Door Meeting. The Odakauga Camp Fire group of Albany met recently at the Albany Public library, with Miss Pcgocn Sylvester as the guest speaker, She Tjave a talk on the costums of the French and also sang some French folk songs. The group is planning n handcraft exhibit for Wednesday, May 26 in the Halimton store, Second and Broadalbin streets. It was also planned to hold a wiener ronst, May 28 at 4:30 o'clock at Bryant park. Jane Osgood Circle Enjoys Mission Talk. j The Jane Osgood Missionary circle met with Mrs. William i Osgood for a no-hostess dinner last Tuesday evening at 6:30 : o'clock. Mrs. W. G. McLaren led the devotional service and Mrs. Elmer Junker gave a talk on the state j convention which was hold by I the Baptist churches here last j week. Mrs. June Osgood, for j whom the circle was named, and ! who is here on a furlough from mission work in India gave an interesting tulk on the work accomplished in the foreign field. Mrs. Osgood was assisted in serving dinner biOiMrs. Blanche Reserve about ',4 cup whole strawberries for garnish; cut remaining berries in small pieces and sweeten slightly. Separate halves of hot shortcake; spread bottom half with soft butter and part or strawberries. Adjust top and spread with butter and remaining berries. Garnish with whipped cream and whole berries. Serves 8. "Cake" Shortcake : l'-j cups sifted cake flour 2 teaspoons double-acting baking powder s teaspoon salt 2-3 cup sugar 4 tablespoons softened butter or other shortening 1 egg, well beaten,, "j cup milk ' teaspoon vanilla 1 quart strawberries, crushed and sweetened Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder, salt, and sugar, and sift together three times. Add butter. Combine egg. milk and vanilla and add to flour mixture, stirring until all flour is dampened. Then beat vigorously 1 minute. Bake in two greased 8- Ultra-chic, for the Spring and Vacation seasons are these Modern style creations. If you value the smartness of your wardrobe, by all means come in and look them over now. ire I :.iM MARILYN FROCKS When strawberries get to be plentiful and cheaper, you naturally revel in the joy of eating them "as is" with cream and sugar. But don't lot the strawberry season get by without making some of the delectable dishes which this fruit has made famous. Shortcake, of course shall it be a "cake" shortcake or a "biscuit" shortcake? Why not both on different days, of course. Or, the Sunday vanilla ice cream glorified into a gala day sundae with crushed strawberries and coconut or a strawberry cream pie. These are throe reasons why I the strawberry season is all too short. "Biscuit" Shortcake 3 cups silted cake flour 3 teaspoons double-acting baking powder 1 teaspoons salt W cup butler or other shortening n4 cup milk 2 quarts strawberries, washed and hulled Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder and salt, and silt again. Cut in shortening; add milk all at once and stir carefully until all flour is dampened. Then stir vigorously until mixture forms a soft dough and follows spoon around bowl. Turn out immediately on slightly floured board and knead 30 seconds. Roll 'i inch thick into sheet, 16x8 inches. Cut in half. Fit one half into well-greased 8x8x2-inch pan. Brush with melted butter. Fit second layer of dough into pan. Brush with melted butter. Bake in hot oven (450 degrees F.) 15 to 20 minutes. FREE Replacement of your SNOW PEAK MILK if it sours in less 'than 2-1 hours after delivery! Only the highest quality milk will stand this rigid "warm weather test". That is why, if you are experiencing trouble, we suggest you try Snow Peak Phone 660 Two trucks always at your service Washable Silks in Pastel Shades Shark Skins and striped Crepes Sires 1 2's to 44's. SPECIAL . . . ; . ONE WEEK ONLY $11.77 SOCIAL EVENTS FOR COMING WEEK Flattering Are These Brims Designed for Warm inch layer pans, or two greased 8x8x2-iiuh pans in moderate oven (375 degrees F.) 20 to 25 minutes. To serve, spread softened ri-flfip Turn to r-nyp Thrrtf) it is ,ee but ATMOSPHERE costs money When you buy at Pen-ney's you pay only for what you buy. You DON'T help to pay for a lot of atmosphere. ' We don't charge you for expensive services and fancy decorations. No delivery trucks, no credit office, no plush rugs. That's one reason high quality costs less at Penney 's! O Weather Wear Shade your eyes . . : . cool your brow.'and make yourself more beautiful in the new season brims. STRAWS, FELTS, CREPES AND LINENS in all popular colors. $1.77 to $3.77 Notice: All social events for the Saturday Women's Pace must be In the hands of the society editor not later than 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. Albany women are asked to hand In Items the day following social events, to prevent last minute rush. ' , ,' '.' MONDAY: Class of '36 of the First Presbyterian church picnic supper in Eleanor park, 6:30 p. m. , . Knights of Pyjhlas lodge meeting K. of P. Hull. Second and Lyon streets. i TUESDAY: Loyal Order of Moose, Moose temple 7:30 p. m. Barzillal chapter Order of the Eastern Star, 7:30 p. m. Masonic temple. WFDNESDAY: Officers" Club of the Degree of Honor lodge at the home of Mrs. Clcetus Curry. 725 E. Fifth street. Women's Association of the First Presbyterian church at ihurch 3:30 p. m. ' Woman's Albany College League Luncheon, 1:15 o'clock, at Woodward hall. Delta Kappa Phi dinner in Rose Room at Greyhound Tavern. Underclass members to honor uppcrrlass members. Just Pals club at the home of Mrs. L. R. Reynolds, 2:30 o'clock. THUPSDAY: ' , Mizpah club at the home of Mrs. 1L W. Stratton, Fourth and Lyon streets, 2 p.m. Nets Numphe club members to meet in Lebanon with Mrs. Homer Dowd, 1:30 o'clock luncheon. FIHDAY: ' ' Ycung People of the Evangelical church-will hold a lawn '. party at the home of Mr, and Mn&VEd Heeser, 1420 Santiam Road, - FIRST AND BROADALBIN STREETS ALBANY, ORE. Clausen,, o "Cr

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