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SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1936 OREGON THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT" H ERALD, ALBANY, PAGE TWO tf'OKiir COMING EVENTS CLUBS - LODGES PATTERNS t t w mm LOCAL AND DISTRICT SOCIETY NEWS MUSIC Telephone 16 IANTHE SMITH, Editor Mrs. Chester Wyman, chairman; Mrs. Homer .Powd, Mrs. Jennie PARIS EXPECTS GATHERED JACKET TO BE BIG FASHION WINNER Interesting Papers Given Beat, badge; Mrs. R. M. Russell. chairman, Mrs. C. C. Curry. Mrs C. H. Murphy, Mrs. C. H. Burggraf For Thursday Club Women r A club, in which 8 number of prominent women of Al bany are ,'nteregted. ifrthe Thursday Study club and dur c D.A.R. Members to Attend State Conference Meeting A number of Albany women, who are members of Linn chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution plan to go to Portland this coming week to attend the twenty-third annual conference of the Oregon Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. The meetings are to be held March 24 and 25, with delegations from the 29 chapters in the state being present. Mrs. Mark V. Weatherford, Albany, state regent, wilt preside over the meetings. Wahkeena chapter, of Portland, will , be the hostess group. "": ' ' - - - - ' : ing the past week an interesting session of the club was held at the home of Mrs J. W. Swank, at her residence on Sixth and Ellsworth street. Mrs. Swank served luncheon at 1 o'clock. " Two interesting paper were given at the close of the not dry. Boil karo until a little forms a firm soft ball when tested in cold water. Pour syrup slowly over egg whites beating all the while. Add lemon juice and vanilla. Beat until mixture will hold its shape. Fold in egg yolks which have been beaten until thick and light colored. Fold in sifted dry ingredients. Bake in large un-greased 'tube pan in slow oven, (325 deg. F4 about 45 minutes. A "Trifle Square" xk cup sugar -' '-i cup brown sugar. 2 tbspj. white karo . Vanilla ice cream h tcasp. vanilla. Vs cup cold water. l'.j tbsps. butter Pecans. Cook white and brown sugar, karo and cold water together until a little dropped in cold water becomes brittle. Remove from fire, beat in butter, hot water and vanilla. Make a "sandwich" of sponge cake and ice cream, top with hot sauce and pecans. luncheon, with Mrs. I). S, McMilliams presenting her pa Mrs. W. H. Watson, Mrs. J. H. Allison, Mrs. Robert Shannon, Mrs. G. W. Wright, and Mrs. A. L. WJ1-ber. reception and welcome. - Mrs. Homer Dowd, Mrs. Ward Cyrus. Mrs. J. H. Allison and Mrs George Ken dig, corsages; Mrs. C. H. Burggraf, Mrs. Bessie Cyrus, joint chairman; Mrs. Myra Robnct, Mrs. Sam Frager and Mrs. John Bryant, decorations; Miss Ianthe Smith, publicity; Mrs. Glenn M. Junkin, Mrs. Jennie Beal, Mrs. Rose Newport: Mrs. Lucito Dowl-ing Hulburt, Mrs. Albert Lester Senders and Mrs. Charles Evans, dance. Mrs, Fred Hoflieh, chairman; Mrs. William Hoflieh, Mrs. E. G. Arnold, Mrs. M. McAlpln, refreshments; Mrs. Robert Shannon, Mrs. William Hoflieh and Mrs. George Kcudig, banquet; Mrs. Sclma Kelly, chairman, Mrs. Julia Dowling. per on "Modern Literature and Playwrights, and gave a sketch of the comedy, "The Late Christopher Bean," by ."'''' . i Outstanding interest will? bidney Howard. Miss Kate Barrett gave a tees working under her direction review of the book, "Now in Symphony Directors Plan for Concert. Monday evening of this week the board of directors of the Albany November by Josephine Win 4 f i now Jonnson. After the program the mem ben spent the remainder of the Symphony orchestra met at the n Mrs. Ernest Hallcr, Mrs. Alice Wil- ber. Mrs. J. H. Allison, Mrs. Win- afternoon socially. The rooms of the Swank home were attractive In their decora-tions of early spring flowers. Additional guests for the meeting were: Mrs. Cleetus Curry, .Mrs. M. C VanLeuven, Mrs. Charles Straley, Halsey, Mrs. Victor Yates and Miss Nancy Cleason. ' AM.' ;, t - S 1 ' , i. - ! 4 1 ' - - ' ' . - : i v 1 1 t ' I : & - if , ' nifred Oiling, quilt or prize riffle and Mrs. C. C. Curry. Mrs. J. H. Allison, Mrs. Luetic Hulburt and Mrs. Amos Uiester, entertainment. home. of Mrs. Walter Kropp, West Fifth street for a business and social evening. During the business meeting it was planned to give a concert at the close of Music Week. It is tentatively planned to hold the concent in the armory. At the 'close of Monday's meeting Mrs. Kropp served light refreshments. D. of H. Members Have Sr. Patrick's Party. Wednesday evening following the regular session of the local De i I; Methodist Women Plan Dinners. be the election of new officers for the 1936 and 1937 term! Election will be held Wednesday morning. Another feature of the session will be the opening meeting on Tuesday which is to be a National Defense Program. Addresses are to be given by Mrs. John Y, Richardson, reporter general to the Smithsonian Institution, on "National Defense," and Dr. R. Staub will speak on "Wanted Adequate Offensive Defense for the Northwest." A number of distinguished guests will be honored at this meeting, among them are: General Creed C. Hammond, Lieut-Colonel Randolph Coyle, Commander W. D. Faus. of the U. S. Navy, Reverend William G. Everson, ex-chief United States Militia Bureau. Mrs. James H. Turnbull, suite president of the American Legion Auxiliary and George L. Koehn, state commander of the American Legion. Among those going from Albany will be: Mrs. Weatherford. Mrs. G. Glenn Holmes, - state corresponding secretary; Mrs. Alton B. Coates, regent of Linn chapter, Mrs. Wayne Dawson, Mrs. J. C. Irvine, Mrs. Leo Michele, Mrs. Lester Horton, Mrs. Edmund Barrett and from Lebanon will be Mrs. T. G. Cowgill. Mrs. Dennis Spring f flowers and ereenerv" formed an attractive background were Mary Sliui invitations; Elizabeth Larsen and Betty Richardson, program; Florence Miller, Emma Maiquart and Frances Bryant, refreshments; Pauling Hara-der, Lucille King and Elaine Lylc.-decorations? Martha Bibb, Easter Fixon, and Margaret Ashe, clean up. ' .-v- Phi Lambda Chi Sorority Has Porty Recently. Phi Lamda Chi, Albany college sorority, entertained with a party at tire home of Prof, and Mrs. Quirinus Breen Friday, March 13. The evening was spent playing games and in making candy. Present were: Mrs. Edholm, Mr. L. O. McAfee, Miss Delia Froman, Mrs. Q. Breen, Miss Margaret Ashcy, Miss Ester Fixsen, Miss Betty Breen, Miss Marie Hubble, Miss Mary Ingram, Miss Edith .Waiquart, Miss Bernice Morton, Miss Betty Richardson, Miss Mary bi.ui, Miss Pcgeen Sylvester and Miss Katherine Schampicr. Mr. Froman Given Birthday Dinner. Frank Froman, 838 W. Seventh street was pleasantly surprised last Sunday, the occasion being his 79th birthday. At high noon a dinner was served, with the dinner table being, centered with a for the meeting of the Ladies Aid II society of the First Methodist Episcopal church, when that group met Wednesday afternoon gree of Honor lodge a St. Patrick's party was enjoyed. Late in the in the social hall of the church. It was decided during the busi evening a luncheon was served in the dining room of the K. of P, hall, where the meeting was held by Mrs. Frank Musgrave and Mrs. ness session to serve two dinners when the district Epworth League t J La Troisieme Members At Palmer Home. Thursday evening of this week, Mrs. Arthur Palmer was hostess to the members of "La Troisieme" bridge club, with three tables being in play during the evening. Mrs. C. H. Murphy tubstituted for an absent member. Prizes In cards went to Mrs. Walter Stuart and Mrs. Glenn Junkin and Mrs. Murphy received a guest prize. At the close of the evening Mrs. Palmer, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Harry Eagles, served a light luncheon. Entre Nous Club Enjoys Luncheon. Neely. " Mrs. Neuman Hostess To Happy Hour Club. Mrs. Joe Neuman opened her home to the members of the Happy Hour club Tuesday evening with 10 members responding to roll call. Two contests were staged during a i . . ; . , . . . Cormier, Mrs. George Smith. Mrs. Multicolored shaded wool fabric with the dominating tones red, green, yellow and brown is used by Creed for this jacket with the new gathered . back and sleeves. A giyen felt hat trimmed with a red and) green ostrich tip, completes this smart, semi-tailored the past week was the meeting of' - hv M Winnl Luther and won by Mrs. Winnie Luther and the tntre Nous bridge club at the home of Mrs. James Cawlfield Wednesday with a luncheon being served tat 1 o'clock. Green institute or the Salem district is held here May 1, 2 and 3. An enjoyable program was given during the social hour with Mrs, C. E. Williamson singing several vocal numbers and Mrs. R. A. Talbott reading several poems. Both the offerings of Mrs. Williamson and Mrs. Talbott were in keeping with St. Patrick's day. Miss Edith Gilchrist closed the program with several piano numbers. Hostesses for the afternoon were: Mrs. John MeChesney, Mrs. W. G. Stanford and Mrs. R. Hac-kleman. Mrs. L. E. Gllkey led the devotions and the committee in charge of the refreshments was comprised of Mrs. M. C. VanLeuven, Mrs. Glenn Holmes, Mrs. Albert Randall, Mrs. Martin Eastlund, Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett, Mrs. Rice Ash-ton, Mrs. W. T. Nichols, Mrs. Albert Gillett and Mrs. Mox Hoflieh. At 4 o'clock tea was served to SO. Fellowship Program Held by A. A. U.W. An interesting fellowship pro lighted candles and bouquets of Seeck and Mrs. O'Hara. Miss Markie Weatherford will go and will act as page during the sessions. Annette Club Has Pleasant Session. One of the most interesting club meetings of the past week, was the meeting of the Annette club In the Masonic temple, Tuesday . turge birthday cake, presented to ! him by -his sister, Mrs. Mary Wal-j ier. I Those who attended the dinner ' were: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wal-Uer. Vivian Waller, Mary Waller, ' Glen Wollcr, Mrs. Joe Jacobs, Jim-j mie Glen Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Trank Froman. Kitchen Appetizers ONLY A "TRIFLE" BUT IT'S A GRAND DISH! K College Sororities afternoon. Mrs Proverbs Tease Cooks to Make Edible Trifles Mrs. Dear and Mrs. T. E. Hurley Announce Pledging. Trifles are important, if they served with 30 members seated ; Sorority pledging on the Albany about a long attractively decorat- I W? completed ed table. Daffodils and a large V , u"ura:". w"'" are the kind we eat! According to a favorite proverb of Napoleon himself, "men are led by trifles," and whether or not he meant the desserts called by that name makes no difference; Trifles are delicious! gram was given by members of the Albuny branch of the American Association of University Wo A "Trifle" as nearly as can be with honey and salt, Then return 0. double boiler, stir and cook until mixture thickens. Strain and chill. Make a rice ring, pour custard in the center and serve with macaroons or cookies. To make rice ring Cook I cup riCe in 2 quarts of boiling water (to which 3 teaspoons salt have been added) until rice is tender. Turn into colander or sieve and "fluff" over hot water until each grain is distinct and separate. Arrange in ring with spoon (or put into ring mold) and chill. Macaroon Trifle cup cream ' 1 pkg. coffee kreinel 2 cups hot milk 2 eggs. , ' 4 cup macaroon crumbs. Dissolve kremel in cream, add hot milk and stir until it comes to a boil. Remove from stove, add slightly beaten eggs. Cool two minutes longer stirring constantly. Roll the macaroons, and 'add to determined from the scanty information obtainable on the subject, is of British origin and in some form or other, has always daffodils were used on the small tables as decorations. Bridge waa enjoyed during the afternoon with Miss Kate Barrett winning high score. ' October Group of Church Meets. The October group of the First Presbyterian church Women's association, headed by Miss Flora Mason, met Wednesday afternoon for a business and social hour at the home of Mrs. C. H. Murphy. Miss Mason led the devotional service and during the lesson hour, Mrs. Cleo Von Hickman sang several numbers. Bringing the afternoon to a close tea was served with Miss Mason presiding at the tea table. Mrs. Murphy was assisted in serving by her daughter, Miss Doris Laneve Murphy. Election of Officers Held by Mission Women. Election of officers was a feature of the meeting of the Missionary society of the United Presbyterian church last Wednesday afternoon, when Mrs. Chris Miller, Mrs. J. E. Blair and Mrs. E. A. Canning were hostesses. Another high spot of the program was a talk by Mrs. Elder, who was born in Japan. She spoke about Kagawa, Japanese missionary to this country. The officers elected are: Mrs. Ralph Knott, president; Mrs. John Bryant, first vice-president; Mrs. David Froman, second vice-president; Mrs. William Millhollen, secretary; Mrs. Spencer Griffith, trea- Mrs. Arthur Coughlin. Rounding out the evening's entertainment a committee served refreshments, those on the committee were: Mrs. Neuman. Mrs. Sam Fragcr and Mrs. H. Luther, 0. D. O. Club in Session Thursday. On Thursday afternoon of this week, Mrs. Ed Shaw, East Fifth street was hostess to the members of the O. D. O. club with eight members and two guests en-Joying the afternoon. The guests were: Mrs. Carrie Montgomery. Mrs. Mildred Mcintosh. At 4 o'clock a "covered dish" luncheon wds served. Pythian Sisters Prepare For Convention. Plans for the district convention of the Pythian Sisters wan the main topic of discussion when Alpha Temple No. 1 of the Pythian Sisters met Tuesday evening of this week in the K. of P. hall, Second and Lyon streets. Mrs. Lulu .Brotherton, Albany is district deputy grand chief and Mrs. Clare Kinsey also of Albany, is district deputy grand, mistress of records and correspondence. Mrs. Brotherton will preside over the convention. The, convention will be held May 5, with delegations coming from Salem, Eugene, Cor-vallis, Dallas, Silverton, Scio and Lebanon. . Following " Tuesday's "' meeting light refreshments were served in the dining room .to 30 by 'Mrs. George Wire, Mrs. Margaretta Whinery and Mrs. Chester Wy-mam Mrs, Brotherton has announced the following committees to function in preparing for the convention: Mrs. Ernest llaller; chuirmun, Mrs. - Anna G. Archibuld, Mrs. William Hoflieh, Mi s. Pearl Hack-U-man and Mrs. W, 'W. Dickson, registration ui delegates; Mrs. Clara Kinsey, chairman. Mis. Ethel Murphy, programs and printing: Program Slated For Monday Night, On next Monday evening at the United Presbyterian church a benefit program is to be given by a group of Albany people for the W. C. T. U. Children's Farm Home, with the program being sponsored by the local W. C. T. U. The public is invited to attend the program and during the evening a free-will offering will be taken. The following program will be presented: Prelude, Prof. Justin Miller; scripture and prayer, Rev. J. Boyd Patterson; silver medal vocal contest for children of ages, 5, 6. and 7. "The Windmill," Justin Miller, jr.; "Touch Not," Geraldine Holt; "Thinking of Others," Elane Wid-mer; "A Wise Old Man of Japan," Joan and Rose Mary Marquis; "Who Ever Heard of a Poor Old Horse," Charmion Hood; "Look Out," Patricia Holt. "King Solo-man," Oren Hornbeck; "Children's Prayer" Vida Lee Willard. Judges are to be Miss Oleta Cooley, Mrs. Roy Worley and Lural Burggraf. A play is to be given by the high school students, directed by Mrs. Charles Childs. Violin numbers are to be given by Mrs. Sven Eliassen, the numbers are: "Con Amore," and "Barcarolle" from Tales of Hoffman. Mrs. Norval Reitz is to be Mrs. Eliassen's accompanist. Following Mrs. Eliassen's numbers the offering will be taken. Miss Jerry Lee Miller will give a reading. "L. T. L.," following the intermission. Hep reading will be followed by a play, "Open the Gates of the Temple," and Mrs. W. R. Augsburger will sing. "The Vocal Telephone," and "Open the Gates." Rev. Patterson will pronounce the benediction in closing and Prof. Miller will play the'postlude. Mrs. Parker and "Mrs. Pettibone Honored. The North Albany Thimble club met at the home of Mrs. George Olsen, Wednesday, March 18, with a "covered dish' luncheon at noon. The luncheon table was centered with a large bouquet of carnations and daffodils. Mrs. Hiram Parker was the guest of honor, the occasion being her birthday. Another feature of the affair was a kitchen shower for Mrs. Kenneth Pettibone, (nee Marion Kennelly). Eighteen club members and the following guests enjoyed the event the guests: Mrs. Sam Frager, Mrs. C. B. Kendall. Mrs. Olin Shook, Mrs. Si Linn, Mrs. Russell Jones, Miss Linn, Mrs. Billy Peacock, Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Russell Parker. . The next meeting will held. April 1 at the home of Mrs. Fred Dixon, 433 Denver street, Mrs. Nygren, mother of Mrs. Dixon is to act as hostess. Asbury Club Hears Lebanon People. Last evening at 6:30 the members of the Asbury club of the First Methodist Episcopal church Sunday school enjoyed a "covered dish" supper at the churchand a program given by members of the Lebanon Methodist Episcopal church. Opening the program a short talk was given by Rew Wemett of Lebanon; Miss Dorothy Bohle played accordion numbers; Melvin Gilson sang. A trio from the Lebanon Wes-leyan Service Guild sang. The trio is comprised of Miss Violet Gil-son, Miss Jessie Skinner and Miss Ora Chilcote. with Mrs. 3. Elliot as accompanist. Miss Charlotte Bohle gave a clarinet solo: Miss Violet Gilson and Miss Jessie Skinner sang a duet: Melvin Gilson played a saxophone number; Miss Violet Gilson, piano selections: numbers by the Wesleyan trio and a play ' Dumb as a Door Knob." with iliss Yclma Horton and Miss Lottie Simons taking part. Spring flowers formed the table decorations. Teddy McKee Has Birthday "Party. " Mrs. Harry E. McKee entertained at her country home near Jefferson, Friday afternoon of last week, in honor of the fifth birthday of her son. Teddy. Bowls of spring flowers were used about the rooms as decorations. Afttjf an afternoon spent in playing games, the hostess served light refreshments. Miss Patricia McKee. daughter of the hostess, and Mrs. Alvin Robison assisted in serving. A large birthday cake, bearing five 'lighted candies centered the tables and favors of toys and bal-hvns marked places for the fol- been a favorite "sweet in England. Originally it referred to a dish of sponge cake soaked in wine and served with fruit sauce or cream. Later a Trifle became a delicious combination of custard pudding, combined with fruit. Nowadays a Trifle is usually a sort of combination of the two a creamy custard combined with fruit and served on sponge cake, lady fingers or cookies, with whipped cream. Date-Ginger Trifle lMi cups pasteurized dates. 2 cups cream Candied ginger. men at the meeting of the local chapter last Tuesday evening, a the home of Mrs. Otto Lance, with Mrs. OrvillC Doerfler as assistant hostess. Election of officers was also a feature of the meeting and those elected, were: Mrs. Walter Kroi; president; Miss Opal Jar-mon, vice-president; Mrs. Sven Eliassen, treasurer. The program consisted of a playlet in which members impersonated Fellows, who have recently received A. A. U. W. Fellowship awards, with Mrs. C. O. Keester and Miss Wilma Spencer directing. Tiiose who took part in , the Fellowship playlet were: Mrs. C. O. Keester, Fellowship and as Fellows were:- Mrs. Raymond Tomlin-son, Mrs. D. E. Freeman, Mrs. J. Boyd Patterson, Mrs. Floyd Edwards, Mrs. Otto Lance. Mrs. Waiter Kropp, Miss Lillian Ernest. Mrs. Mary VanDel, Mrs. Vernon McVey, Mrs. Norval Reiti, Mrs. mixture, keeping out two tables- students joined local organizations. Preferences parties tor the pledges have been scheduled on the social calander by the dean of women, Mrs. C. H. Keeler. Second semester pledges are as follows:' Delta Kappa Phi: Floy Jeanne Speer and Leone .Subirou, Albany; Alona Loomis and Lorraine Grom-achey, Portland; and Eugenia Cheek, Vancouver, Wash. Theta Sigma: Pegeen Sylvester and Audrey Priest, Hood River. Alpha Gamma: Nancy Sylvester Catherine Carson, Sally Christner, Virginia Zander and Wilma Perdue, Portland; and Rachel McLaughlin, Milwaukie. Mrs. Coughlan Honored At Family Gathering. : Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan entertained the members of the Luther family at their home in North Albany. At 1:30 o'clock a birthday dinner was served and Mrs. Morgan's sister, Mrs. Lydia Coughlan was the honored guest. Decorations' in keeping with St. Patrick's day were used on the table and in the menu. - '. Those present were: Mrs. A T. Luther, Mr. and Mrs. C. VV.-Luther, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luther and son, Donald. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fuller and children, Billy ahd Lois Irene; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Coughlan, Miss Patty Knowles, Miss Helen Morgan, Miss Ruth Marie Morgan and Mf. and Mrs. Morgan. . potted hyacinth formed the table decorations. Mrs. J. K. Weatherford Jr., was in charge of a St. Patrick's program following the luncheon and a series of contests were given with Mrs. Alton B. Coates winning first prize. . . Mrs. Pettibone Given Shower. Mrs. Kenneth Pettibone (nee Marion Kennelly) was the inspiration for a miscellaneous shower last Friday evening with Mrs. Francis Olsen and Mrs. Russell Parker entertaining in her honor at the home of Mrs. George Olsen. The rooms of the Olsen home were resplendent in vtheir decorations of cut spring flowers and greenery. The evening was spent socially and was drawn to. a close by the serving of a luncheon to 40. Neos Numphe Members Attend Salem Luncheon. Nine Albany women, all members of the Neos Numphe club, motored to Salem last Tuesday afternoon where they enjoyed a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. E. A. Boyle. North Winter street, with Mrs. Earl Canfield as joint hostess. Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Canfield are former Albany residents, and former members of the club. Decorations bespeaking St.. Patrick's d;.y were used on the luncheon table. Following - the luncheon the afternoon was spent informally. spoonfuls to garnish serving glasses. Chill. Sponge Cake for Trifles 5' egg whites 1 Jbsp, lemon juice 1 teasp. vanilla 14 teasp. salt 5 egg yolks 1 cup flour 1W cups white karo 1 teasp. baking powder Beat egg whites until stiff but THONG SEAMED Whipped cream. ' " ' Place sliced pasteurized dates i and a few bits of candied ginger ; in a glass dish. Pour the cream j over the dates. Chill for one hour, j To serve, arrange a piece of sponge cake on an individual plate, cover j with date arid ginger mixture j and garni.h wilh whipped cream. Top with a pitted pasteurized' date. j Treasure Islands 6 slices sponge cake i 2 egg whites. t l4 teaspoon salt cup. nuts. . ! 2 tbsps. confectioner's sugar, j cup pasteurized dates. Cut sponge cake into 4 inch David Froman. leader of Light Bearers and Mrs. William Millhollen, Junior missionary group. At the close of the afternoon tea was served to 35 Arthur Palmer, Miss Opal Jarmon and Mrs. Sven Eliassen. Mrs. Alfred Trimble presented in review. "Memories oj a Southern Woman." by - Grace. King and a resume of the lives of important people of Grace King's time ( 1852-1931) was given. Those included in the "memories" 'were: Julia Ward Howe, Alice Longfellow. Harriot Beecher Stowe. William Daan Howell, Mark Twain and Profusions of spring flowers were used about the rooms as dec orations, SOCIAL EVENTS FOR COMING WEEK slices or into circles with a round cutter. 'Beat'eug whites with salt ? 3 t is s I S. V. i Joaquin Miller. ' ' ! At the close of the evening, Mrs. (Lam and Mrs. Doerfler served No. I In a series writtten rn the interests of milk consumers. until stiff; beat in the sugar,- fold ! in dates which have been fi iel .V . f '- cut. Pile mixture lightly on the pieces of spongecake. Sprinkle with chopped nuts. Bake in a slow-oven v 300 deg. F.) until meringue I . s 1 about 15 j- . or cow.; 1 f t ; is delicately brown or minutes. Solve warm -Serve ti. Banana Party "Trifle" 2 cups milk, scalded. a luncheon with suggestions of 5 St. Patrick's day being carried out i in the menu, j ' . S. S. S. Club Enjoys ; Luncheon Friday. 1 Friday afternoon of last week. Hie S. S. S. club of Sunrise met ' ut the home of Mrs. L. B. Weaver on Ferry street. At 1 o'clock i j "covered dish" luncheon was sorv-' ed. Narcissi formed the table dec-i orations. j Following the luncheon a busi-jnrss meeting and social hour were 'enjoyed. . Mrs. Erma Hoge and Mrs. John 2 eggs 1 4 cup sugar Few Kiams salt a teaspoon vanilla 2-3 ripe bananas Lady fingers. l run 'cream uliinntf,' Beat egg slightl). beat in sugar! V and salt. Pour scalded milk over ; m f Notice? All social events for the Saturday Womea's ri must be 1b the hands of the society editor not later thaa 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. Albany women are akrd to hand in Items the day following social events, to prevent last minute rush. MONDAY Pinochle party, Women of the Moose, 8 p.m. at Moose Temple." Knights of Pythias Lodge meeting, 8 p.m. K. of P. building. Second and Lyon streets, TUESDAY LOO M. Meeting Moose Temple. 8 p.m. Baizillai chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, 7.30 p.m..' Masonic temple, Mrs. Hazel Ingram, Madras,, gsnd conductress to make official visit, WEDNESDAY Officers club of the local Degree of Honor lodge at the home of Mrs. Bertha Faulk. 8 p.m. Pythian Sisters card party at K. of P. Hall. 8 p.m. Women's Association meeting Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in social hall of the First Presbyterian church. Jut Pals club will meet at the home of Mrs. A. Skuar, THURSDAY Pri-'cilla club at the home of Mrs. Homer Dowd, 2:30 p.m., at the Dowd home in Sunrise. Needlecraft dub at the J. 11. Thompson" home, 105 N. Sherman street.' H. D. W. Club will meet with Mrs. H. C. Dinning, Lyon street. ' FRIDAY Women of the Moose will meet at 8 p.m. at Moose temple. Junior Contract club party which was postponed from March 18, will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clar-ence Hurd. Husbands uf members to be invited. S.S.S. elub will mt et at the home-of "Mrs. Emma Fair in Sunrise. Joint, meeting Kvof P. lodge and Pythiau Sisters, supper 6.3d p.m. Program following. P. N. G. Club, 1. O. O. F. lodge hall, 8 p.m. SATURDAY Las Amigas club luncheon to be held at a place to be named later. egg ana sugar mixture. Return t Nuidgren were additioiuu gueaU Y. W. C. A. Tea Social ! Event on Campus. i An outstanding social even; on, the Albany college second semester I social calendar, was a tea epon-! sored oy the YWCA cabinet, m j honor of all women students. Tuesday afternoon, from 2:30 to 5. iit the home of Mrs. J. Fred Braly. j advisory board member. j The affair which was in honor j of The freshmen women, was also j attended by the YW advisory I board, women faculty .members, women students of the sophomore, junior and senior classes. A special guest of the afternoon j was Mis: Lorna C Jessup dean j .if. women at Oregon State College. ! Featured on the afternoon's pro- j gram were Miss Olga Jackson, j pianist; Peter Larson, soloist; and! Miss liabeUe McLeod. who aive I several dramatic readings. j Presiding at the tea table, v. hicri was attractive in its decoration ' of spring itouers. were Mrs. C. H. j Keeler. dean of women; Mrs, J. Boyd Patterson. Mrs. M. M. Stout- er. and. Mu.v Julia McAuley.. The social. event was sponsoied i by the YW to contact the associ-i ited women students of thv col-les? as a special group, and to better acquaint freshmen women A-m r .heis on'th campus. GoiiiKi.ne ,FotH.'t tugiu.m acted as general chairman, and commit-j IV -2J cusiara 10 top 01 ue aoui'ie Don- fr! stir nvp tint u-atir until held. The next meeting is to be March 27 at the home ef Emma Fai r in Sunrise. , Lural Burggraf Host At Dessert Dinner. Ns-j mixture forms a coating on a me-. 1 tal spoon. Pour immediately into , I a bowl, add vanilla and cool. To -j serve, line a dessert dish with j l-ady fingers, put a layer of ; i sliced bananas in tht bottom of the WHAT SCIENTISTS SAY ABOUT MILK MILK protects health of. Mother and Child. MILK Promotes Grow th. ft MILK Builds Strong Bones and Teeth. 1 MILK Builds Resistance to Disease-. ft MILK Increases the expectancy of life, MILK furnishes ;he best quality . of ih greatest number of necessary food elements the lowest Further information available at our plant. i' kurul Burgraf was host jt a: dish and cover with the chitled custard mixture. Top the whole with whipped cream, meringue Tlw dashing leather costumes' vogue is joined by Kathleen 1 Burke, film star, with this ru?t colored, outfit, designed by Vbns. The suede jacket is accented with j a criss-cross trimming of suede, thongs which match the turned up ' turban of rust suede. The laced seams are made entirrtv bv hand or toasted marshmallow. Rice Honey Cnl.T:' 2-S cup milk 1 egg yolk I W tbsps. honey . ffrw grains sl., ' 1 ip uncooked rice MacarotHis to aivompany St. Patrick's party Tuesday night at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Burggraf.. with a ; dessert dinner being served at 8 .o'clock. Covers were placed for 32 at small tables, with St. Patrick's de. oration oetng used I " St. Patt tck's day v also sug-Igi'stfd tn the games and stunts whuh claimed the guests attention during the evening hours. ' and add interesting detail to the double iH'ald milk in top of 1 boiler; Hur over cgs yolk "mixed .leather cutLt. I tr:s Tan t rt E.kt)

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