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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1921)
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property south of Phoenix, to
morrow at 2:80 p. m. This monu
ment has been 4-rected by these
groups of patriotic women of
southern Oregon to commemorate
the work done by the first pood
roads builders in this part of the
The dedication address will be
rehools in the state. He has ex-! ,
pt.-d the hope that in ever j
rihoolhou&e where tlie school is in ,
Mission the program will r-
ti nted -Kvery boy or ffirl who '
learns of the migiity Jafiuence of j 9
the uns.lfih devotion of the lat
American educator and reformer
to a f;reat cause, wilt appreciate -
delivered by C E. dates, mayor jitu opportunity to join in the oh-
Quantities of autumn . foliajre,
autumn flowers, and twinkling
Uj.hU will form the background
of the annual Junior Guild dance
tonight in the armory. An orches
tra of unusual size and considered
of unusual ability will furnish the
music for Salem folk to dance.
Tho women of the Jason Lee
rhurch will be guests of Mrs. L.
H. Roberts at an afternoon coffee
this afternoon. The hostess will
be. assisted by JIrs. Emma Rob
erts. Mrs. M. V. Robertsand Mrs.
C. M. Roberts.
Honoring Mrs. Breyman Roise.
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. R .H.
Boise will be hostess at an after
noon' tea next Wednesday. More
than 250 guests have been bidden
to the affair which will be be
tween the hours of 2:20 and 5:30.
Mr. and Mrs. Breyman Boise
have Just returned from their wed
ding trip to the beach and are at
home to their friends at 254
North Church street.
Mrs. Catherine Brown was hos
tess for tho South Central Circle
of the. First Methodist church on
Wednesday afternoon. More than
20 women were present and a de
lightful social hour followed the
Refreshments were served and
the hostess was: assisted in serving
by Mrs. Kenneth Brown and Mrs.
H. P. Shank.
The Womert's Catholic Order of
. ForesterB 'will begin a series of
card parties with a party in the
K. C. hall tola evening. Other par
ties will be, held in the hall by
the W.C.O.F.ftieh first and third
Friday of the month-
Tho Southeast "circle of the
Methodist Episcopal church met at
the Old People's1 home for a short
business session and social time.
In the absence of the president,
the vice-president, Mrs. G. F.
" The Store for
The Store of Housewares
food which, has
for 63 years
Johnston had charge. After the
business was disposed of there
was a short program consisting of
readings by Mrs. Ibold. Mrs;
Johnston and Mrs. Halverson. and
Jongs by Mrs. .Maxwell, with Mi4
Eugenia Savage at the piano.
After this dainty refreshments
were served by Mrs. Savige and
Mra. Lebold. !
More than 30 women were pres
ent at the regular meeting of the
Count-On-Me clas3 of the Firt
Baptist church Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. T. A. Rafferty wa3
hostess and wa3 assisted by Mrs,
K. H. Pickens.
Devotional exercises were in
charge of Mrs. S. L. Willis, teach
er ot the calss. Mrs. T. W. Dav
vies gave a musical reading and
Mrs. Charles Patterson gave a pi
ano solo for the program which
followed the devotional exercises,
Mrs,- C. W. Oglesby was chairman
of the program committee. Mrs.
Spence Wortman is president of
the class. Refreshments were
Those present included Mrs. F.
Willis, Mrs. Spence Wortman, S.
W. Oulesby. Mrs. E. Hikes. Mrs.
Sara Vail, Mrs. T. A. Rafferty
Mrs. K. H. Pickens, Mrs. iJ. Melr
linger, Mrs. J. Estes, Mrs. Mable
Bergie, Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. T. W.
Davies, Mrs. R. A. DeWitte, Mrs.
J. Moser Mrs. J. Farmer, Mrs.
Fred Peterson, Mrs. Philip Turner.
Mrs. Mark Skiff, Mrs. i Lowell
Tweed ale, Mrs. E. C. Sigmond,
Mrs. J. Edwards, Mrs. J. Scott,
Mrs. Harry Rolph, Mrs. A. Byork,
Mrs. Charles Neptune, I Mrs. J.
Blake, Mrs. D. IT. Swan, Miss A.
Miss Marguerite Hollie lias just
returned from a visit with Albany
friends where she formerly attend
Mrs. E. F. Underwood of Salem
is visiting for a few days in Al
bany with the P. P. Underwood
Mrs. Myra Shank, has Just re
turned from a short visit with her
daughters in Albany.
Mrs. J. F. Smith has just moved
into her new home at 434 North
High street. This is the house
formerly used as the Salem high
school practice house.
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Miller are
occupying the S. S. East home dur
ing the absence of the Easts in
California. Mr. and Mrs. Miller
are new comers in Salemj
Mr. and Mrs. Allyn G. Adams
left yesterday for Albany where
they will visit with their son, Stan
ley Adams. They will return to
their home in Portland Friday,
Mr. Adams' solos at the Com
munity sing Wednesday; evening
were especially appreciated. He
sang "A Thousand Years i My Own
Columbia" and "Nancy Lee" was
given as an encore.
Miss Mary and Miss Eileen Ste
vens of Portland will be week-end
guests of Miss Margaret! Putman
at 1145 Chcmeketa street.
I Women's Activities
MEDFORD, Ore.. Oct. 20. -
Crater Lake chapter of, Medford
and Mount Ashland chapter of
Ashland, Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution, will formally ded
icate the monument or marker
erected by them on the Pacific
highway near the historic Culver
of Medford. and Mrs. Gordon Mo
Cracken of Ashland, regent of
Mount Ashland chapter, and Mrs.
Bert Anderson of Medford. resent
of Crater Lake hcapter, will un
veil the monument.
Frances E. Willard day will be
observed in Oregon public schools,
on Friday. October 28. This is in
accordance with the action of the
J. A. Churchill, state superin
tendent of public instruction, has
prepared a program for
servunoe of this day which was.
set apart by the stat, fegislaiur, v
says r. Churchill.
The program as suggested by
Mr. Churchill includes patriotic;
soups, addresses, readings, essays
; and quotations from Miss Willard
: by the pupils.
Jones Women certainly go by
Bones That's the truth. You
tell a woman she is dull and she
will turn round and cut you.
the j Cartoons Magazine.
Women of Jason Lee
church, gnests at afternoon
coffee at home of Mrs. I- H.
Roberts 137 North Winter
Women's Catholic Order of
Foresters, card party i,n K. C.
D.A.R. meets with Mrs. C.
C. Clark. 733 Marion street.
Ladies of g:a.R. will bold
social meeting with Mrs J.
W. Pratt. 1936 North Com
mercial street at 2 o'clock.
St. Paul's Branch of the
Girls' Friendly society will
meet with Miss Henrieta
White, 345 Bellevue street at
TO CHE HELP
this state jplas an equal amount of
state funds under the dolUr-for-dollar
This in substance is tho reply
ot the suite highway department,
on behalf of CSoveroor Oicott. to
Herbert Hoover, secretary of com
merce, who telegraphed the gov-
ernor yesterday to find out what
Oregon could do : to furnish em
MonCV ComCS I Ployment ;in road ironstruction.
' i Mr HiwwerV mMJFA km 1.1 that
RoadS Wi'I Be Built tO the president's ). unemployment
. rr j r I x t conference had reoo in ended tha
AtlOrtl employment (expediting of road construction
X ? during the present period of o4-
v j employment, and wanted .to know
I how much road f work could be
If additional federal apropna- j staTtHi jtt this state if add'tional
tions for ihighwav work in the! federal aDDroDriatlons should Re
state? are made available bv Con- made available by: congress within
press tmecnateiy. uregon will oe
able to expedite road work, to en
hance the federal administration's
! unemployment program, to the
full extent of money allotod to
Work begun in Oregon prior to
th opening of tiie rpring season
could furnish employment for
rractically all kinds of road con-
strnctlon with the exception ot int
laying of pavement, whkli is not
don dari&s h winter season.
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Personnet Announced lor
T'v Willamette Glee Cub
The Oirls Glee cTt ot IVIllani
ette university is organised, the
personnel announced and 'rehear
sals have been held. The coining
season will mean much work for
the members; one and sometimes
more than, one rehearsal each
week will be held. Extensive trip
are being planned and much Inter
est Is shown, i' ;s
The following members -were
selected: Misses Cook, Hunt.
Strevey, Shannafelt. Mclnterf,
Bralnerd. Sparks, Joughln, Tar
ker. Palmer. 'Frances Suiler. Phy
Rs ' SUUer, ! Mason. x trhelps.
"La Rante, Thompson. Bros, Mil
lard and Blatchford. y-
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