Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on August 9, 1945 · Page 6
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Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon · Page 6

Salem, Oregon
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Thursday, August 9, 1945
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111 1 ! 11 : . 1 . . ' "! . I.I ..... I 9'' a The? ORSGOn Scdamv Oregon, Thursday Morning, August 9. 1343 I i STATESMAN. GodleysWill Entertain For Dyers f Captain and Mrs. Willlani a ' Dyer, Jr., wOl bt tht honor i .guests at a gala 4nformal party: Saturday night - when Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Cooler entertain Captain Dyer la home on) leave after a rear in Europe with the 104th Timberwolf dt-j vision. ; ' - - f The affair wOl be held In the' garden of the Ralph Cooler home on North Summer street. A late supper will be served on the terrace by the outdoor Art-place. :" . . -: Bidden to honor Captain and Mrs. Dyer are Mr. and Mrs. : Richard Devers of Portland, Mr, and Mrs. Robert ; Needham, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kanx, JJL and Mrs. Stewart Popp, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Heise, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heltzel, L.L Jack Mo-Cullough, Mrs. Claybourne Dyer, Miss Dorothy Bardie, Mrs. Robert DeVtieg, Mrs. James H. Nicholson, Jr., and Mrs. Lewis P. Campbell, jr. j f ;i ' . . i North Salem WCTU will meet with Mrs. W. W. Chadwick at her home on North Winter street Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Neda Buck will speak on Teaching Total Abstinence by 'Visual Aid." Mrs. Clara Cooley Is In charge of the devotions. In the News ' Russians Contribute Practical Ideas In Cooking to American Housewives - ; . J ' ! 1 .By Maxine Baren ! Russia, top news for today, contributes something in a culinary way to Americans too. Let's Just take a little trip Into a Russian kitchen for adventure's sake. - , ; It seems that Russia, like other Baltic countries is characterises in eating habits more for the un- limited number: of cold dishes that preceeds the main meal than for any one "national dish." Smoker fish, game and vegetable salads are served before the meat course. Black rye bread is the, staff of life, cabbage soup the staple dish. Potatoes too j are Important with the Russian diner, who has them either boiled or roasted at every meal Here are several staple dishes with the Russians, not so very different than some of ours, but mighty good for American tables. . , j Borsehi ltt pounds beef 1 cup grated raw beet ' 1 carrot cut in strips I 1V4 cups shredded cabbage 1 cup canned: tomatoes 4 cups cold water Salt and pepper Sour cream Combine all ; the Ingredients but cream In a large kettle. Bring to a boil and simmer gently for three-hours or until meat is tender; When ready to serve, remove meat (to be served as a separate course) and serve soup topped with whipped sour cream. Beef a la Straginoff appears a all Russian: restaurant menus and is popular with Americans as well as the Russian diners. Beef a la StragiawH 1H pounds fillet of lean beef 5 tablespoons butter v H pound mushrooms 1 tablespoon flour Todays Menu An occasional Jar of chipped beef has . appeared in markets recently, try ; serving some (or creamed salmon or shrimp) with waffles, baked especially for the meaL r : - Tomato salad , j ' . Waffles with dried j beef . Scalloped squash Fresh peaches and cream nollovcd In wood cparldlag claar tit Society ;.plip Music .... The Home Maxint Burt WmrmI Utter Mrs. Smith To Honor Sister Mrs. H. O. Smith will preside at a smartly arranged dessert luncheon Friday afternoon at her Center street residence for the pleasure of her sister, Miss Fran-, ces Mallotte of San Francisco, who la a popular visitor In the capitaL Guests will be seated at small tables covered with green satin cloths centered with pastel summer bouquets. Contract bridge will be In play during the afternoon. Covers will be placed for sixteen guests. A visitor at the Smith home this week is their daughter-in-law, Mrs. William Mallotte Smith of Corvallls, who will also be a guest at the party. 1 cup sour cream Salt and paprika Have meat cut in cubes. Melt 1' tablespoons of the butter (or substitute) and add meat. Cover skillet and allow to cook slowly for IS minutes. Add sliced mushrooms and continue cooking for 10 minutes. Remove meat and mushrooms, put remaining table-spoon of butter In skillet and when melted add flour and stir until blended; add sour cream and cook until mixture becomes thick. Season with salt and paprika. Pour mixture over meat that has been kept hot in a double boiler, and cook for 10 minutes. Halibut would substitute nicely for haddock in this Russian recipe for - Zrasy eae Rlbt cup milk S cups diced bread (stale) Butter or substitute 4 large onions . 1 eggs Salt and pepper 1 pounds fillet of haddock Flour Crumbs Pour milk over diced bread and let soak for 20 minutes. Melt about 1 tablespoons butter or substitute in a skillet and cook onions In it until golden brown. Drain and add to the , bread and mix welL Beat S eggs and add to bread mixture. Sea- son, spread over the fillets and roQ, fastening with skewer or toothpicks. Dip in 'flour and beaten' egg yolk and then in breadcrumbs. Fry in hot fat and serve with melted butter or mayonnaise. . nob M Wave .... Extra for Finger-wavt or Halrdress Open Thurs. Eve., by Appointment rhtat 166S t Castlt Perm. Wavers m First National Bank BMg. 'lm St FN Jtryme English : gCter ; VdltOV CLOT CALDJDAB THUBSDAT I I ' i Missionary society. First! Bap I tot church panonafa, picnie t lunch.. : i i ; i i1 WRC aid society, wtth! MnJi Gotdi Krte. S63 Uorth ISth ftrt, covered dish luncheon, i f . p Sojourner' club. 1 p.m. 4e sert luncheon at the Qtialla. t EnfWwood missionary aociety wtttt airs, j ueorga para, two o street,' 1 pm. FBIDAT ! B.Um 1 1 5 W. W. Chadwick. ilMt North:' Winter at S pjn ! Mm. Buck, peaker. ,-. Mecia Guests Are 1'. h - i i ; Bidden to Party 5? I I i t Mrs. Craig coyner wul be party hostess Friday night when sht entertains ji i group of her friends at the home of her! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Batty Cooper, on Brdaday stjeeti ! A dessert supper will bt served by , that hostess with several hours of contract bridge follQw-lng. $ou4uetsbf paste gladl-oluses, will provide the decorative note about the rooms. Mrs! Cqyner'iguests jwlH be Miss Roseisuurypeut pDu Ma-jorie Reeves, Mils Grace Covert, Miss Bernlce Epin, iMiss Muril Lindstirona MisajMargaret win. Miss Barbara jan Vincent, Mi. Dean fTrumbo, Mrs.' Zane : Rus sell, Mrs.; Victor Collins, Mrs. Marion Krebs, jilrs.) George L-VattailMrs. Gecge Kellogg ard Mrs. Sumner Gallaher. I ! I i I ! Bridge Party at Shdfer Iomejj I j; Miss Geraldine and Miss Dosj na Shafer! were hostesses for in informal party Wednesday night at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Shafer, on Knapp streak I . 1 If ! Guests were Invited to a d sert supper with several hours of contract bridge following. Arrangements of j summer flowers provided the decorative note. Guests of the hostesses' were Miss Bernlce Elgin, Miss Marine Bach, Miss Enid Nelson, Miss Betty Jeanne Smith, Miss Dolores Nichols and Mrs. George Kel- logg. I I RATION CALENDAB MKATS. fATS. ETC. I ( book t i oi ttirougn uj good through Auj. 31; VI through Zt good through Sept SO; Al through XI vHd through October Si; ri through Kl gooa wouga nov.fso, PROCESSED rOODSl YS. ZS 'throufh;: CI 1 good through August : Jl; l Dl through HI good through: Spt. 30; Jl through Nl good through Oct! 31; PI through Tl vad mrougn not, SUGAJII t : Book pound through August 31. SBOBSl r Book 3 H Airplan (tamps ,1. li and 4 valid j indefinitely. - r. H OASOUNBt .. A It coupons food vrywher tor six gallon Mch through September l. rusx OO.t : h a -s, f Period l-S (Mel) eoupotii : valid mrouga Aoguat u Stamp M valid tor five t 1 1 ij " 'I I " 11 1 - itfPSA.'; 1 BE CONFIDENTI Correct! Fittings Graduate abovt certincatc of merit ! . ili ; d i . i i. ' li cortatiere when shr has ! Icoune of training Brute problems to her knows how to btjoHi beautifu!!r comfurtaMjr, perfeccfjrt. Fomtdxtkmj 2.SS to 10.C0 Hi State Street Miss Beck of JIM Christian church la tcouver. Wash, was the set-' for the wedding of Miss Betty Bee, daughter of Mrs.' ielma Wood of Salem, and Ser- it I George r William Foret.1 Ited States marine corps, son Mr; and Mrs. G. I. Forge of, itUe, formerly of Salem, Wedi ly night. v. i -. - church was I lighted by idles and the altar was bank er with' bouquets , of white and pink gladioluses. - Rev. O. AJ Cooper performed the double-' ring ceremony. Mrs.! George Wj Bowen of Salem sang "Ah Sweet Mystery bf Life- and "Because" id Mrs. Lloyd Kingen was the organist i . :,i ; . ! The bridt, who was given In image by her grandfather. Mr. William W. Allsup of Ger vais, wore a beigt silk afternoon dress fashioned with a ' wide peplum and a V neckline. I Her ill pink straw , hat was trim- ied in veiling and her accessor werej brown. She carried a Ite Bible marked with an or4 id and white satin streamers. Mrs. Frank Guerln of Port- was the bride's honor at- ulant. She wore a powder blue rternoon dress with pink ac cessories; and carried a nosegay of pink rosebuds and sweet peas, Serve aa Best Haa , j Mr. Frank Guerln stood with' Sergeant! Forge as best man. V I For her daughter's wedding tin. Wood chost a royal bhit i! S-!ea . t ress lasnionea wiin appuqut fim on I the shoulders. Her ac- ries were black and I her tck hat was enhanced with ichsia feather. Her corsage was gardenias. Mr. and Mrs. Forgt came down from Seattle j for their son's marriage. Mrs. Forge rore a grey dressmaker suit and itching hat with pearl trim. She wore pink gloves and black :cessorles. Her flowers Wert gardenias. : " . ' " The newlyweds were honored ax a weddina receotlon at the hbmr of Rev. and Mrs. R. Li Putnam in Portland. Assisting were ' Mrs. George Bowen i and Miss .Theona Putnam. j When the couple left for the nbrth on their wedding trip the bride: wore a green wool gabardine dressmaker suit with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. Sergeant and Mrs. Forge wUl reside at Whldby Island, Wash where he Is stationed. He recently returned from 34 months of duty in the South Pacific I weekend guests el Mr. and Mi. I Homer Goulet, sr., were Drl and Mrs. Hugh Williamson of Portland. They were Joined Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. XL C Apperson . of McMinn villa and t the day at the Dorchester Hi S-T-R-E-T-C-H! S-T-R-E-T-C-H your supply of this home-grown sugar as far aa possible. It's a materiel of war. Don't waste it, i by Coricticrcs! it sWardeJ to a Scare i :,. - i completed, an extensive in hitmg corsetry. Bnnj pur Yowcan be confident she Bras Wc to 2.SS Bride seen ouse. i -h.: - ar avw ' Eev. Pan! Lindholm win shew two reels of motion pictures taken In the Philippines at a meet ing in the First Presbyterian church . on Thursday night - at T40. Jeanettt Scott wUl ; play ; violin solos and Mrs. X. T. Bar nett will sing. Worship win bt led by Mrs. W. W. Eosebraugh. Mrs: Mills A Hostess Friday ..... - i i Mrs. Boy H. Mills wUl preside at a one o'clock luncheon Friday afternoon at her South Winter j street home for the pleasure of a group of friends. j : Several ' hours of contract bridge will bo in play after the luncheon hour. Bouquets of gladioluses will provide the decora tivt nott about ' Cot guest rooms and on the luncheon table. Covers will be placed for Mrs. David Wright, Mrs. William New myer. Mrs. Erie Butler. Mrs. R. O. Doege, Mrs. Elmer Daue, ivirs. Hariey o. White, Mrs. Frank Loose. Mrs. T. W. Creech and Mrs. Roy Mills. ; J Visitors Leave For Alaska Mrs. Norman B. Cook and he daughters, Paula Kay and Nor ma Dee, are leaving Friday for Seattle where they will sail on August 11 for Juneau. The visitors have' been in Oregon for two jmontha as the guests of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrsv Oscar L Paulson, sr, and in Corvallia with her two sisters and their families, Mrs. Earl Putnam and Mrs. George Adams, f " Weekend visitors at the Paulson home were their son-in-law and. daughter,. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hayes and daughter of Portland, and their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Oscar I. Paulson, Jr., and son, who are Spending the summer at Cutter City. Mrs. J.lj. Nona will leave U day for San Francisco and Oakland tovisit her son, Joseph Nunn, and daughter, Misa Margaret Nunn. She will bt gont until the first of September. Mrackle Si Sing's I Buster Brown Shot Star r . '. i wea? A New Standard of Shoo Value We are pleased to bring j you these values just when you need them most Benefit Will Attract I A number of additional reservations have been made by Salem I matrons for the Spinster benefit bridgt tea on Saturday . afternoon in tht Homer H. Smith gardens.! L Tables for bridge will bt arranged In the gardens with playing to start at 2 o'clock. Guests art asked to bring their own . table accessories. During tht tea hour a fashion show will bt presented with a group of Spinsters modeling fall styles.; Reservations i for . tht j affair may; still be madt by calling Miss Anne Huston at 4388 or Miss Dorothy Vandeneynde. eois. j- .-. :: j ;v Furthtr reservations havt been made by; Mrs. George A. White of. Clackamas, Mrs. Cur tis B. Cross, Mrs. Douglas McKay, Mrs. Paul Hale,' Mrs. David Eason, Mrs. Donald Burke, Mrs. William L. Phillips, Mrs. Chester Cox; Mrs. Clifford Brown, Mrs. J. H, Ryan, Mrs. George Ar-buckle,! Mrs. George Alexander, Mrs; Fred B. Moxley, Mrs. Walter Barsch, Mrs. Bert Staver, Mrs., W, S. Hanson, Mrs. James B. Young. Mrs. Harry Carson. lr, Mrs. Frank N. Waters, Mrs. Cart S. Nelson, Mrs. Glenn Woodry, Miss Esther Baird, Mrs. Walter; Snyder, Mrs. George Hoffman, Mrs. William F. Leary, Mrs. Robert DeArmond and Mrs. Carl G. Collins. I , i Begin Trip to California: Today Entraining tor tht south Thursday night will be Mrs. Robert W. Duke, daughter; Barbara Let and Mra. Howard S. Boomer and son, John ! Richard. The Duke's are returning to Mojave, Calif,! where they art residing while Sgt Duke is stationed there. They; spent a fortnight in Salem visiting her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. C M. War- res, and Sgti Duke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Duke. 1 Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Boom er and son, are moving to Sacramento to make their home with Staff Sgt, Boomer who rt- Many- The New Price on Naturalizers Now Our Postwar Naturalizer Now is the opportune time to set foot wear of q u a 1 1 1 . Naturalizer Shoe means more wear better style the shoes with the beautiful fit. fA step in the right direction wear the i it '!.:. . l. At -. shoe recognized to shoe satisfaction. cently returned to the states after serving over two years with the air corps In Puerto Rico. Portland Rites Of Interest A wedding of interest to Salem folk is that of Miss Carolina Berg, daughter of Mrs. Charles F. I Berg of Portland ana tnt late Mr. Berg, to Mr. Cyrus Max Adler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Adler. of, Chicago, which took place Tuesday, August 7 at tht home of tht bride's brother, Mr. Forrest Berg, In Portland. Rabbi Henry J. Berkowit performed tht ceremony. L I -1 Tht couple left later for Beverly Hills, Calit, where they plan to makt their home. - i The bridt Ua-graduata otr tht Catlin school, Bryn Mawr and was active In the Portland Junior League. She has resided In New York In! recent years. Betty Cooley -Has Birthday ij Betty Cooley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooley, celebrated her thirteenth birthday on Wednesday. Miss Cooler and her guests enjoyed a plcnie and - swimming party at the Dallas .'park.' - V . i i Betty's guests were Carolyn Graves, Alice Glrod, Susan Per ry, Dorothy Cannon, Beverly Hennes, Bernlce Imlah, Pebble DeSart, Sharon Plunkett, Ana Forristel and Elaine Stanley. Mrs. Earl Cooley accompanied the group. give you' genuine I . 9 V . I : ' - - m TO ITS GOODNESS 'w ! L N':- ' - - 1 ' f 1 :. 1 - . 7 li xzy Plans A Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Brown E. Si; ton were hosts for a family du .. ner Tuesday night at their Center street home In honor of Mrs. t T. B. Groves of Wray, Colorado, sister of Mr. Sisson, who Is visiting between Salem and Mc-Mlnnvillt, where she is the guest of Miss Estellt Sisson, -J I Covers were placed for Mrs. , T. B. Groves, Captain and Mrs. William A. Sisson and son, Billy, Mrs. Gordon Bennett and daughters, Janice and Joan of Rose-burg, Lt and Mrs. Stewart Dow and daughter, Christine, of Portland, Mist Estelle Sisson of Me ' MlnnvUlt and Mr. and Mrs. Brown E. Sisson. j; ; State Council to . Meet Sunday First state Business and Pro fessional , Women's club executive' council meeting of tht year will bt held in Portland on Sunday, August 11 at tht Mult-homah hotaL ' ? 1 Attending from Salem will bt Miss Ida Mat Smith, president of the Salem BPW club and state legislative chairman, : and Mrs. Carmellta Weddle, state education chairman. Reports of state chairmen will bt given and arrangements will bt made for the regional district meetings for tht coming year. All Styles Tormerly 7.75 and 850 Call for More .... .. . ... . I. ... . V for Women ' f ; Salem, Oregon ! 1

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