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g,-.-,... i TITS OIinG Q?STATTi2I AN, SAIJSM, OIlE(U)N - - - .vU WEDNESDAY MORNINGfiAH1l-47f 4&24--..w' '
I r-rVw -irfi'" - l, JJl' - if tributed, Informal , music; ,- through-1 t Reading, Mrs,-, Donna II.: Aline. I ' ;;,;,, .r.VlV limrmmm T-, ,, ;, i,T, tii ,rffmiiiimMffl Tn-mmlnmm...- k:,,,immmm m n 'ii i' " """"""r 1 '"" r- ' '"1 ''""T j
f Mrs. Prince Byrd Is
Hostess f orJUridge . .
Club on Tuesday
J , Th$ St.- Patrick
charmingly - featured . at th.;
o'clock- luncheon ai afterpoon of
bridge at which Mrs. PrJnc Vr.
. Bjrrd yas hostess yesterday for thh
pleasure of "her " club group ao4
nine incited uesta. The 1 'o'clock
luncheon-was served " at ; small tai
bles.each made "attfactiVe ylt
srallax--and reen candles burAtof
In crystal holders :Mrs.' "Frederick
Lamport 'tron the guest .'prize,. p(
the afternootj,- Iijvlted to iiicet
with thJolWe Mrs. Paul Wal
lace, Mrs. tioyBTMrr."Tknioa
Meyers, Mrs. PhliJs'ewmyer, Mis$
Ellen Thielsen, Mrs. Henry W;
Meyers, Mrs." T. 3. Kay, Mrs. T,
A. Livesley and Mrsl FredericH
Lamport.. . 1 j
. -At the next meeting of the clvjb
on March 23, Mrs. 'Cennelj
Dyer wilt be the hostessj,
CoTem at yesterday's 1 luncheon
were placed for Mrs. Wftilace, Mrsl
Byrd, Mrs. Newrayer, Miss Thiel
sen, .Mrs. . ; Milton x Meyers, ' Mrs.
Henry Meyers, Mrs. Kay, ; Mrsi
- Liresley, Mra-Mamport Mrs. Har
ry Hawkins,. Mrs. Frits SJade. Mrs.
v T. Roberts, ; airs. " W, Connell
Dyer Mr s. Arthur J.- Rahn, ' JlTat
It. 5T Hofer; Mrs Keith .Powell',
Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Jr., and the hos
tessMrs: Prince W.. Byrd.-' ' . ..
. . ' ; - "
! Ctaira Wiley 'Becomes Bride -
Miss Clara Wiley,' daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Wiley, be
came the bride of Mr.. Albert XGI
rod an, attractre ;eddlnff per
formed at the home of the bride's
parents at Aumsville. -Miss Juan
ita irdctett attended the bride as
maid of honor, while Henry Girod
was oest'man. The groom Is the
son of Arthur Girod. ;
- ThV'cereinbn'y was performed
under a bower of spring blossoms
and greenery, with Rev. Thomas
A. Acheson officiating. The bride's
gown "wa of terrapin satin back
crepe, while her bouquet was of
calla lilies kttd carnations. Yellow
ana ; green were tne colors pre-
, dominating, throughout the rooms.
Immediately preceding the cer
emony' Miss Gladys Gilbert sang
"1 Lore Yoia Truly, with a Violin
obbligdto JLby Harold Rupert.
Many attractire gifts were receiT
ed and on. display. !
Serentjr-lsht quests were pres
ent for tlu'pedllafi wWca wa
solemnized" at high, noon'. A re
ception followed t - the ceremony,
with Mrs. Roy Fucoa assisting the
hostess. " " if
Those .assisting the serring were
Alene Ritchie, . Tclma Du , JJolS.
Warmila' Gernaond Mr a. Janet Jar
rison, C Dorothy .Van De . Walker
Bessia Taylor,. Kuth-VUaviscm, Eu
nice Lewi, ii'Mrs.v . Roy , Porter,
Violet ' Bod man , i and.. , Margaret
StnrdeTact. - . ,t
Among, the ou of town. guest
present for the wedding wer Mrs.
Anna Jlate "of Toledo. Margaret
Sturdevant of Toledo, Mr. .aad
Mrs. Lester .Cook o. Portland, Mr.
and Mrs. Roam Knowles of Wendr
ling, and Glenn TrusscU of Port;'
land. ::.. . -f
Mrs. Joseph II. Albert and Mrs.
J. C. " Griffith are being welcomed
home by their many friends after
a three months 'absence inr the
Hawaiian Islands. Mr. Albert
motored' to San Francisco ten days
ago to meet them.
Benefit Card Party j
The fifth card party in the series
of benefit affairs being sponsored
by the Woman's Benefit associa
tion, of the Ladies of the Macca
bees will be -held -Thursday, after
noon in Frtternal temple. '
Members, of the association hare
recently; organized an . interesting
luncheon club which' meets every
second Wednesday, of-the month.
The first meeting -was held at the
Salem r eat aur ant, with: Eletnor
Thompson pt the Child , Health
Demonstration, the, speaker' of the
hour, - The. table .was decorated
in the colors of the order with a
beautiful, basket of carnations as
the centerpiece. -
Pupils of Lincoln School
Hold Open, House
, An "open hoaise" that was both
educational and ; delightful was
held from. 7: la to 10 o'clock on
Monday at the Lincoln school with
a demonstration. of the classwork
of every grade on exhibition.
Throngs of patrons visited . the
class, rooms where the (eachers,
assisted by a group of hosts and
hostesses, were In charge. .
, lumbers on the p,anatrope con
tributed Informal . music, through
out the evening.
A -number1 of extremely Inter
esting special exhibits of cocoa.
Iron, flax, rubber, etc, -'were
shown. W.t A. -Davenport Is prin
cipal of tho host school.' : 1'
Fatuity Women's Club
, The Willametto University Fac
ulty Women's club will meet on
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. W. B. Kirk. Assistant hos
tesses for the : afternoon will be
Mrs. B. C. Rictsards, Mrs. N. &
Savage and Mrs. Roy Harding. v
Trip ta Puget Sound
- JUr. and Mrs. J. M.' Clifford are
enjoying an interesting motor trip
to Pugetf Sound points. In the
very near future Mr. - and Mrs,
Clifford plan, to settle In their new
borne la Portland. Mrs. Clifford
has een particularly prominent
in. the work of the Salem Arts'
league and will be greatly missed
by .a host of friends, i . -.,'..
Mrs. Thayer Receives
Mrs. Claudus Thayerr In appre
ciation of her recent hospitality to
the club, has received word that
she has been made an honorary
member of the. Northwest Poetry
society of which Bob Swayze, edi
tor of the Book page of the Port
land journal, is president.
The most interesting activity of
the club this season will be the
appearance in Portland on the last
Monday of the month of Harriet
Monroe, one of America's most
prominent poets and editor of
Ppetry, A Magazine of Verse."
Ringers in Concert Tonight
An unusual and extremely in
teresting concert will be heard at
S o'clock this evening, at the First
Congregational" church when the
Swedish American Bell Ringers
will give a delightful program un
der the auspices of the Woman's
union of the church.
Donna H. -Aline will introduce
some - diversity in the program
with her readings. The complete
program has been announced as
(a) "Under the Double. Eagle",
(Wagner); (b) "The Blue Bells
of Scotland." (de Ville) with vari
ations; (c) "Ring the Bells of
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24G NORTH COMMERCIAL STREETs
Central circle of the Jason Lee
Methodist church. 2:30 o'clock.
Royal Neighbors' "Sewing'soci-
ety. Mrs. C. H. Peterson, 235 W.
Wilson street, hostess.
Barbara Frietchie Sewing club.
Mrs. F. G. Stearns, 180 S. 19th
street. "... ,-. . j
Men's Bible class. Dinner, and
social hour. First Presbyterian
church. ' w-
oweaisn American tseu hungers
in concert. First Congregational
church, 8 o'clock.
Young Married People's 'class.
First Baptist church. Pqt-luck
supper, 6:30 o'clock.
Willamette. University Faculty
Women's club. Mrs. W. E. Kirk,
i. Benefit card party. Woman's
Benefit association. Fraternal
: Friday V
Capital Auxiliary dance. Me-
Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's
church. Mrs. G. E. Terwllliger,
hostess. AH day meeting.
Colonial tea. . Chemeketa. chap
ter of the Daughters of the Am
erican 'Revolution. Mrs;. U. ' O
Shipley, 148 E. Washington. 3 to
A. -. A U. W. Elks elub. Lun
cheon. Dr. Carl Gregg Doney,
speaker. . .. .
Reading, Mrs.., Donna 11. Aline.
' (a) MLast Rose of Summer";
(b) t '.'Spring hymn," (Zlcoff);
Glassopbone, by J. Beckstrom. .
?:'(a) "AliU Woodland WUdflew
eri'.' (Losey); (b) "Minuet in G,"
. (a) "Swedish Wedding March."
(Soderman);t "From Brolleppe
pa Ulfasa"; . (b) "The Northland
ers Longing for Home," (Hanna,)
. Reading, Mrst Donna H. Aline.
(a) "Old Irish Song," (Daven
port); (b) "Home, Swoct Home,'
(Bishop); Glassophono, Beck
strom and Anderson.
(a) "Intermezra Rnsse," (by
Franke) ; ' (b) . "Bjorneborgarnes
Baptist Young ,
The Ypung Married People's
class of 'the First Baptist , church
will bold the regular meeting on
Wednesday, evening. March 17, at
the church, with a pot-luck dinner
at 6:30 o'clock. All members; are
urged to bo present.
The -Bethel school, which is lo
cated fire miles east of Salem- on
the Penn road, gave a home talent
play and dinner Friday evening,
The program consisted of folk
dances and a flag drill by the
school children; solos by Claude
Creasy and a farce comedy in two
acts, entitled "A White Shawl."
Following is the cast of charac
ters: Dr. Adolpous KaU, Claude
Creasy; Arthur - Clayton, George
Matten; George Ryall, Arnold
Spranger; Katreine Steele, ' May
Boles; Elizabeth Steele, Mary
McElroy; Betsy Briggs, Georgia
Johnson. Nellie E. Hammer,
teacher of the Bethel school,
coached the play.
Art Johnson added much to our
new stage in the way of .scenery.
The ladies of the community serv
ed d splendid feed. Bethel is to
be congratulated on its excellent
home talent and wonderful co
operation.1 The proceeds were
The same play Is to beagiven
in the West Salem church Friday
evening, March 19, ;
Miss Hagman, Bride-Elect ,
Is Honored in Corvallis
'Corvallls March 16.-Miss Hul
da Hagman. of Salem was the in
centive tor a dinner party and mis
cellaneous shower Saturday eve
ning at the home of Mrs.. E. R.
llolliater, 344 North Sixth street,
for which Mrs. Lawrence W.'Park
and Mrs. Clair Wilkes were hos
tesses Covers were laid for 14
guests asked to honor 'the charm
ing bride-to-be, the table being
attractively appointed in Ma yellow
decoration. A low bowl In the
center held dainty yellow jonquils
and green, and- the nut" 'baskets
were in the same color t6ne.''i0Je
low candles, topped with yellow
shades, added to the effective ar
rangement, dinner being served by
candle light. .Hand tinted "show
er". place cards marked the posi
tions at the table. The gifts were
presented Miss Hagman between
the dinner courses and' were varied
and useful. During the later eve
ning hours the guests, each having
previously been presented with a
clothespin, fashioned a miniature
bridal party from materials pro
vided for the occasion. '
Quests at the table were Miss
Hagman and Miss Margaret Mades
of Salem; Mrs.- Carl Starker, Port
land; Mrs. S. D. Atwood,. Mrs. E
R. Hollister, Mrs. R. G. Atwood,
Mrs. Cecil Hollister, Miss Elinor
Wilkes, Miss Laura Turnidge,, the
Misses Ethel, Merle and Dasne
Hollister. Mrs. Park and. Mrs
Miss Hagman's engagement to
Haxlow A-twood of Corvallis was
announced in Salem , last year and
the wedding is to be an event of
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8:30 p. m. March 20th.
the summer. Miss Hagman, whose
home is in Astoria is a graduate
of Willamette university and sec
retary to President Carl G. Doneyi
Mr. Atwood is the son of Mrs. S.
D. Atwood, and a brother of Mrs.
Parkes and Mrs. Wilkes.
Chapter, AB Announces
': . The following officers - for the
new year have- been announced by
Chapter AB of the PEO Sister
hood: President, Mrs. L. - May
Rauch; vice president, Mrs. W. E,
Kirk; corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Alice Thompson; treasurer.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar: recording
secretary, .Miss Grace 'Osb urn;
chaplain, Mrs. H. E. Barrett, and
guard, Mrs. W. D. Smith.
Addresses Woman's Club ; ;
One . of the most informing il
lustrated lectures of the season
was heard and seen on Saturday
afternoon when Prof. A. R. Sweet
ser, head of the botany .depart
ment at the. University, of Oregon,
addressed a large group of club
Flowers of Oregon." Professor
Sweetser,' Instead 'of using a screen
threw the slide pictures on the
east, wall of the club house. In
his talk, given in a pleasing style,
he urged the preservation, rather
than the prevalent, wanton de
struction of wild flowers, A point
which.. he introduced that was of
particular interest,, was the ex
planation that Oregon's so-called
laurel tree is really a madrone,
or an Arbutus, while the myrtle, of
southern 'Oregon is the only true
laurel the state boasts. Professor
women on the subject of "Wild Sweetser particularly ulogized the
writings of Gene , St rat ton Porter
for their absolute fidelity to tho
facts of nature,
At the meeting on Saturday, the
house committee called particular
attention to a group of new pic-
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