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Miss. NancyThielsen and Hiss Ida
Saalfeld; ; together with numbers
by the' choral class and by the Sa
cred. Heart Academy orchestra, win
ire added diversity to , the ere-
W ? 1 ;plete program -will ; be
Fantasle de. Concert (Hummel)
Sacred. Heart "Academy " orchestra;
Polonaise (Hoberg) ; ; Minuet;
(Beethoven) ; Dahte . of - the
Gnomes (Van Veagntofl Rogers),
Mary Jean Porter.,
: Reading (a)' The' King's Pic
ture, Bostwlck I (b) Grandma; Ida
Saalfeld;' , " .
r The Swan "(Sain: Saens-Pinto;
Mary Jean Porter.S J?Iand, Thelma
E. Porter. """ ' y ' '
Springtime (Dorothy ."Watiins)'
Choral class. ...
j Reading,' t Aeolian, ' from' Arn
old' "Light t Asia?' Nancy Thiel-
Aeolian ' Harp.J
Prayer (Hasselmans) ; " Caprice
(Nlcoletta)r Mary Jean porter. . .
At, UmiBim t The
pianofp'apils "in. an interesting; re-
ciiai ar ine. - aitMcuve y.tiooeru
njio oa- Summer street on "Frl
day renInJ8:. " The program which
follows waa executed with clear
ness of tone l ad, ease of action
which showeffVsincere application
br each pupCL
. The dftncg nnm5rs by; Cynthia
Trimmer were' dalnty"ami i bythlc-
al, glrlng, e.Tidenca of, her owxi con
scientious worK as weu as spie.icua
Instruction, . : ' V ;
Stephen Whltf ord Awho ' last
monjth returned, iron study lit
Parts charmed.', the, audience with
his wo numbers, pTomptu In
F Sharp," by Chopin, -and. the Mac
Dowell "Polonnalse." Aa an en
cora he gare a pleasing rendition
of Chopin's "Butterfly. EJiude.-r
. The program for tne erenlng:
.Whit the Bell Says Lerman
Mary Popejoy -'
Orer the WaTes .Grant-Schaefer
v i . George Rota
Arlene' Trlmm, - .,
Andante Pastorale JLHunten
JackJPowers .- -
sGuitar Serenade Gaynor
- The Race .Gaynor
J 1 i ? ; ; Jeane Oeder ' ' T
lt-WIen 'L ... ;.: . :,4;i-3bdows1cy
TL-Spse Dance :,T--T'.r.
. k! Cynthia Trimmer- '
(Cynthia is a pupil of Miss Alpha
I wmiamsy ; "
holly's Lullaby ;.. ; ; Trma
Little -Soldier Boy . r Tierman
I k l i .Ruth O'Neill
butterfly Dance Friml
j. I i, . Carol Schcrene -; -vr '-'
March ..4. .. Gaynor
I s J - - Richard .Cooley -
Muftlc Box l,....,,.1....;. .
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I - f r, Dorla rDrager
The Mocking Bird
I ... Y; Dorrft; Howar
ong the Beaten Path. .Gaynor
Laneta Bellinger" .-' ;
1 Stephen Whitford' '-
ountu Federation to Meet vr-
in Salem onl Thurscfafr " l '
he three women's clubs of Sa-env-the
Etokta club, the Salem'
i Heights T, Woman's ; Progressive
club, and the alem Woman's club
4 Will act. itt the) capacity of bos
iesies at the contention of all f ed
eraied groups in"MarIon county
; When they meet 'at the Woman's
! clab house Thursday..., .
j More than 100 delegates; In all
arej expected to be in attendance,
representing Aurora, Woodburp,
' Hubbard, Sll verton, Aumsvllle,
Jefferson and - Salenv -1 ,
Mrs. W. W. Allen is ; president
Of jlhe county federation and. will,
' preside at the sessions.- -Both the
Liberty Woman's dub and. the
cluii at Sydney will send, guests
to the county conventlon: -h ll.
I The opening session will be held
at 10 o'clock. at the club house.
Lu icheon will be aerved ;at noon
at 3t, Joseph's auditorium ; X ;
ilrs. C. S. Hamilton, who has
ben nominated president for the
- new year is general chairman for
th4 day. ' Miss Mattle.Beatty is in
charge of the program, arrange
. - mebts. ' :. ; ; -; -' -, ; ';-,
t Two outstanding speakers who
win ; appear on the program are
' Mrs. Millie R. Trumbell of Port
larid, who is well known for her
welfare work, 1 and -Mrs. Richard
Scfcolx, dean of women at . Reed
college. -. - i -
White Shrine-Hom ' i v '
of 'Installation 1 ' t
t Officers in. Willamette Shrine
Nou 2, Order of the White Shrine
of Jer ' . llem, for 192 S , were for-
rsallyV--stalled last . Tuesday eve
; ningSfl the Masohie 'temple, with
Mrs.; V!zaDeta Shaf er acting as
installing officer. .
jEvery detail was carried, out In
the most impressive manner, , Fol
lowing the entrance of the. newly
. elected officers, 'theres.cort of the
national colors tool: "-place with
Mrs. Olga Miller as color bearer,
asisted jrWlnlfred , Jones .and
Lccetta Miller; with MIsS Elizabeth
4 Levy, as TlollnistanCMis'J.Iargar-
ei j.iogg at tne piano- gmng tne
iatroductory musical number;
I ITfag JIinnie Moeller, ";SamueLB-
' cred :: Hexmwdetjehsti
worthy chaplain,; Mrs." Hazel - GU
lette.; worthy; herald; -Mr. Susan
"Tarty;": worthy scribe, and r'. Mrs.
Marie Flinei McCaaV organist, as-
slated Mrs Shafer.v : Mnslcal nam
bers daring the ey enlng " were glt-
en by Mrs. Mabel Oupper.and Mrs
Rose Babcock. .
m Judge Burnett miade the preseQ
Utlon of . the , past? t. worthy , high
priestess Jewel r tot 'Miss Minnie
Moeller for ; h?r 1 la-odable evlces
of! the past ' year. 1 She was "also
made the recipient of "hosts df
flowers. ; : r p-" "
: Shrine" members t Jfrbnf points'
tendanos" for the' ;1nsta3IalIoa,tof
the following offleersf; Pearl Speer ,
worthy high ; 'prlestiessi William
Nelmeyer, watchman rot shepherds;
w nnrrea ; tierricK, . njooie propnet-?
ess Amios i.y4ss":.wthy aerjbflr;
Catherine Bermtrdi,'.;rorxhy . treas
urer; Grace Ba,bcock,iwoithy chap
lain: Mad Scottri'pr ort by : shep
herdess ZeUa Nelm pyer worthy
guide; " Jayne Wjtatt,l worthy-her-,
aid : -Arthur s "EawarcQs, : first wlse
man; Hugn Atoagers.teecona wifie
man. Charles Ratcliif, thrd,.w3e
man: : George Burnett . king;
Pearl 4 Pratt, apeen ; Ruth Law
rence, ' nrst nana maia ; iiaays
Adams,'. second hand .maid; Ethel
Nfles, third ap4.5naJia Mc-
Ethaney, organist: Florence, Pugn,
worthy, guardian:, Peter. .Rasmus-;
sen," worthy, guard ; , Edna j Raibp,
Tourinff in Eurove - , .
W H. Steusloff and their, dau gh-
tet, ; Miss Dorothea Steiisloff , tells
of ja trip a '?reek ago today In the
Madeira Islavnds. The party land
ed at Cadi2, Spain,; on April ' 3
Their:, itinerary : abroad vas . now
planned will icorer a period of
more than three mopthsir 1rlngltig
them home someUme :in JTulyi $;
Woman's Club Plan ' K
The 1 5,0 0 0 club women of -re-
eon are already keenly: interested
in the twenty-edxth' annual conven-
tion' of the Oregon Federation of
Women's Clubs tb be" held in. La-
Grande, May 3,,. 4,. fr,;ana it
Is expected.' that! practically? errery
one" of the 175t clubs . afffllated
with the federation will be repre
sented, and the rotlng body I will
be between; 200 .and, 300. A ..
"Preparation, 'Partlcipa t i o n ,
Progress' is - the slogan lor. the
convention anaaronna tne tneme,
Enlarged opportunities t tor-: wo
men challenge better preparation
and r utmost participation," a 'pro
grams of interest andJ Instruction is
being l prepared, by la , committee
headedl by Mrs. : C. WU Hsjhurst
of Portland,; assisted by Mrs. C."
H, Scranton, president of the La
Grande "Neighborhood club, the
hostess organization: IMIss . Cor-
m 1 1-1 inn tii "fn' 'T 1 " ""rnr m "' '" 1 ""i 1 p i iiii'iiiiTiiiiiiiisynrrTiiiimimBj,jiiu.j-.'.i..L..--JL.,.,. ,,m,wi'mnu.-.-J,-.u iiuujiiissiiiiiririiniiiiiiiiiiiwuiii"
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The All- Purpose- Garment
1. ::.' if, -
wbrKb enibrb BeJbaci;v
singl e protAleJ breasted . witii tvU
lars, cuff si and patcK bbekets- of'Tidvelr-
uiiiucu iamiu, ?"i ,
An ideal thoroughly practical garrneni Xof--1. f
Business Women '
'To He wbfealbne. or as an over-b!ress.
Made in two sizes nedium and large,'
'Come at onc6to see' the beautiful hand-embroidered
models on display in our needlework department
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William Krasslg "of Oregon City,
chairman of the dlrislon. of.muslc;
anL Mrs. Punbar, state president.
Dr, E. O. Holland, president! of
Washington State College at Pull
man, will address the conrentlon
of v "Education and r Iemocracy
and: "Dr Alfred' H. Upham, presi
dent of the Unirerslty of Idaho, Is
the other "big'f attraction In the
way of a speaker, v ; s
. , i Each of the sereral large work
ing departments trthe federation
are ' being giyen . time to . present
their . work . by ; means, of .outside
speakers, reports anL 'discussions.
: , The department of fine arts, as
its part of the program will pre
sent a three act play; "The Cir
cle.::- Mrs.tB.-p: Mossman of La-
Grande, chairman of .'the.' dirision
i)i arfad Mrs. Krassig," chairman
of the dfrislon'of "music, will be in
tharge.; Dr: Horned P. Ralney,
associate -professor brf education at
the. university .of Oregon. '.wIH
speak ; on' the programo! - the de-
which Miss" Grace H. Chamber
lain of Ashland is chairman. '
A.' AT Sniith, s ' former member
of the state legislature from Ba-
Ker county,-win De tne speaker on
the program In charge of the leg
IsIatlVe department of ' wti ich 'Mrs,
Alexander Thompson of .Portland,
is cnarman. . 4 ne. American v;iii-
zenship department, Mrs. Charles
fL.Castner,. Hood RlTer, ' chair
man will ' present vMr. A. C,.
Strange, executive secretary -of tne
Oregon Americanization . commis-
sioii.;; ' .; , ... .... ,
Mr. - Frank B... Appleby, editor
and ; publisher , of . the. ? LaGrande
Observer, .will,, speak at the ; ses
sion conducted . by ,the department
of press and publicity, Wednesday
evening -. at Baker. , The depart
ment of public, welfare MIsa Grace
Ihelps of Portland,, chairman, an
nouncea three speakers,, .Chaplain
W.:S. Gilbert, a, regent of the Uni
versity , of Oregon, who will speak
en the, Doernbecher Hospital pro
ject in which, the. federation is in
terested, having pledged !2tr.00Q
at the .convention last year; W, J,
Herwig, president of the Oregon
Anti-narcotics League; and Miss
LIda C. Bowler of San Francisco,
executive secretary of the Indian
Defense league.. .
Officers of the federation- and
heads, of the departments will be
guests of the Rotary club on ' the
opening .day of the convention.
That evening the formal opening
will take, place, this being a , re
ception at which the women of La
Grande Willi be hostesses, "cow
boy" breakfast" is .scheduled, for
Thursday, morning , with the busi
ness men's .clubs asqsta,,.Tn re
sponse to ! an ' Invitation - from Ba
ker, the convention Will be moved
to ;that.ttty for. the . Wednesday.
evening session,' which will be pre-
of the popular
season s Hbest
r ., .v;';:,,.n s iJi
nella Spencer of Portland;,
' ' 'ajL'
ceded by.a dinner given-by the
people of : Baker. vrKr?i-'t..-"i; 4
: The chief item.' of business.' to
come before the convention will be
the - election, of I ..of fleers; .. Club
leaders have expressed the desire
that- the delegates, ge into -convention
without- a slate'appralae the
women and make their' choice Jto
fill the several vacancies -accord
tally; ,v -t v -"j i j.viov
i Mrs.' Sadie Orr-Dunbar- of Port-'
land, president of ,the federation,
and members j of, ;the ' board,' and
department chairmen will preside
Season With d
Eniovable Program ; 4
Salem concert-goers hive found
Increasing 'Joy Lin the ; programs
sponsored this' season by the 6a
lent. Macpowell, club,; the .program
committee haying delved for both
the educational and th. intrinsic
caliy,. charming.. n,Jth.elr selection
of numbers and contributing ar
tists. - - : r.
Last Monday's program -; was of
particular interest' to- Salem folk
fori the reason that if introduced
Miss Margaret Fisher who literally
made her platform - debut "at t hid
time. Miss Fisher's second .num
ber, Lisit's "Gondoleria," was one
of the loveliest things on the en
tire program. In addition to the
uonaoieria c ner -orst groups m-;
eluded MacDowell's "From, a Wan
dering hi Iceburg" and Mokriil's
Valcik. Miss Fisher places with
excellent 1 tone..: and V reassuring
rhythms. . Her second group, both
numbers; charmingly executed, in
cluded one of the. most ;pleasing
numbers in piano. literature,. Bra
ham's "Cradle Song"j and Liszt's
Concert Etude in D laU; r.: .
1 . Sylvia weinstem Marguiis, a
facile violinist, .charmed; the audi
ence with every: note , she 'played,
Yitali's u'Cbaconne' was ably done
witb. firm, . Tital , tone, Rreisler's
Midnight "Bella" was. given with
brillant . and , authentic effects.'
. Rodney Johnson of Pprtjand, tne
te,nor soloist of the eyening, was
greeted by a large yolume of ap
plause at, the.closeof I his, .first
group, featuring old country songs,
-r-one in old . French, one In, old
English, and pne in pld Jtaliah.
His voice, one of the. sort, .that 'is
exceedingly good to, hear,, made
most as " lovely a number as pos
sible. HuertejC vpreara': ChUd
ren"k was followed .with. .''Just, a
Cottage Small" as an. encoje, ,
As .one writer once put , in Jta.
speaking; of the Chckerjing Amplcp
re-prbducing plino "eyenin. this
age of . mechanical) , marvels' 'there
Is, still, something' -uncanny ..In
watching. a- piano play" by? Itself.
That I was exactly the, V feeinr of ;
the. good-sized, audience , .whlh
Oiled'. Waller Bial ; onMonday ever
ningt The numbers, glyekby' the
aid , of ' the instrument,' including
;.; ; . - -J. ...
spme: ofc the. most masterf ul'piano
compositions f the ageV waalnl
deed st -pleasing; diTersity. , Thanks
fori the Joan of the instrument, go
to'the G.' F.' Johnson Piano' com
f" ' - ,v-.,-.
Mtepah Clash, of 4 Jason --
tteSSunday School ' .
: , Auuui. . v memDen ana guests
of the" MIzpaV class? of Jason i Lee
Sunday school! met. at. the parlors
of ; the ; chhrch.. Friday e.Vening for
ay social . time. A short husinen
meeting was. held, in the early part
of. tneevening. after .whlch.a xery
pleasant . time c wa spent With
Karnes - and music, Mrs.W Ai
fipna. had ; charge of the games
while; Mrs, C A. Glea entertained
delightfully with TOUsiCi . Men
ber? of .the class who assisted wfth
the retrealiments .-were. Mrs. W. p,
Miller, Mrs. Furr, Mrs. C. Av Gels,
MrsEnh and. Mrs... A. Fustman,
president of the class. - ,
Chapter AB of PEO
Delightful in every detau'wasv
toe meeting or Chapter AB of the
PEO- Sisterhood on "Monday eve
ning"; at; which Mrs. William; E.
Kirk was the' hostess." Tulips and!
marigolds ' weir e lovely, n r,the liv
ing room ana. in tne liorary. Mrs.
William Hughes and 'Mrs: Bolght
were' special guests for" the eve
ning .';. r' V. . : - ' 4
H Td-7TOTyW axg6 was
nitlated into, chapter membership
i 1 ne., special, program , consisted
of "a. paper, on . the. Shakespearean
stage by .MIsa.jMay .Ranch, presi
dent of .the chapter., , ; VJ
'VAithe;. tea''.h'9ur' ,.Mr5. Alice
Thontpsoq , assisted' the.7jhostv"
"' Members of, the chapter present
for, the evening, were. Mrs, E. C.
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iv,:-'C 'Bbk-TKred V j 4 Mail V j :
.i;.:f""; : Pairs-Assorted?-. .. ,. Orders ?
Pure TKreacl Sill from
?wrT jg telng tKe wfiolelstbi
FRENCH NUDE All i
Richards, .Mrs. .Mary Elisabeth
Smith," 'v Miss Grace - Elisabeth
ith,rir. tJMollie Hill Sayles.
Mrs. H.' IL Belt, Miss Lena Belle
Tartar,- Mrs." Alice Thompson, Mrs.
Grace Osborne, y Mrs... Mildred
Flagg, Miss Ranch and the hostess.
Mrs. Kirk." v "- -
First Methodist Church
Ladies Aid Sponsors ,
Reception "'xs- iia
An extremely: delightful affair
of the cast week' was the reception
at the J First Methodist church
which; was held on Friday evening
in tne cnurcn parlors under., the
Sponsorship of the Ladies Aid so
ciety. .The affair was planned ; for
the pleasure of all members and
friends of the church,.: 'the hours
being' i from ' f 7 13 ay ttnttt 5 10 : 3 u
o'clock ! XS'.-i:$J'f ?'. -4-
The, first part ot Tne evening was
devoted to the. f ormalreception of
the .gdesta.-while the- latter part
of the .evening, was In the form" of
a social f hourwith refreshments:
A short program gave a delightful
interlude.. Mrs. Grant. Day and
her assistants greeted the guests
at the door,' .while, those in. the re
ceiving llna.Included Mrs. .H. . H.
Vaudeort, president of; the gene
ral aid ,pr. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor,
and the ."presidents of the circles.
as f follows. Mrs. C. A.' Downs,
South Central; Mrs. I. L. McAd
ams, West Central: Mrs." F." B.
Southwick, East Central; Mrs." EI
C Miller, Southeast Circle; Mrs.
E E. Emory, Yew "Park ; Mrs. Wal
ter Pennington; Naomi, and Mrs.
F. A. Legge, Lucy Ann Lee circle.
The program ot the evening in
cluded two groups-of readings by
Miss Katherine Goulet and piano
numbers by Miss Margaret Fisher!
, The decorations for the evening
Were unusually lovely, a colorful
. ri f. it
j , '7s?-r 5p5f :
.;; . 'rhdkm-mm--
profusioh"of flowers being'arrang
ed lthrouenoutl the church D&rlors
in tall art baskets and on the; win
dow ledges. Sheaves of golden
Scotch - broom j gave the predom
Inating note,' the .. ; art-, baskets
which stood at! either., side of-the
pillars that made the approach, to
me piauorm oemg parucuiartjr vl-fecUve-:'Xix
. The programiof the evening was
in charge of Mrs. E. B. Einory;
and the decorations, of Mrs. C. A.
Downa.' ; -: - : 'X:r'f:?;-
' Refreshments were served from.
two. beautifully j decked tables, one
on -either side j of I the -7 room.. In
charge of; one table was Mrs. E.
C. Miller ?and jin' charge I of the
waa. -Mrsj - Walter Pennlng.
One table was -lovely, .with
Its centerpiece of "white lilac, pur
ple Iris,. white columbine, narcissi
and : spireaj ! while on the." other.
purple iris, pink roses .and clema
tis were combined in an extreme
ly; attractive manner, ; -v :
at Pdde Home4'
Six -tables of five hundred were
in 4lay during j the evening,' aa' a
diversion - for toe guests who ac
cepted Mr. andj Mrs. Ben Pade's
invitation for. Wednesday. . A jpro
fuslonj of, flowers and fern decor
ated the roomsJ
van, G. E. ScQuneman and Jesse
Savagwon.the ihonors ,of the evp-
ninK.while the Iconsolation award
went to .Mrs, Savage and Mr.
Schuneman. J ' I .-
A four-course luncheon was
served; late 'in Ithe" evenjng. with
Mrs. 'Leon Barrick.'-Mrs, Donald
Krueger and. Mrs. Clarence Town-
send assisting the hostess.
The group for the evening In
cluded! Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Schune-
tbe and rmiaranteed f ull fashioned chiffon
? -ii ! - . .i
ny, for ; uiese nose are just tnat ana ? priced
r cblors-BLUE POX, CHAMPAGNE, SKIN;
mfn; Mr?and Mrs. Howard -R
Mr." and MrS. C'arence Townee
Mr.; andM"- Joseph. De, Jarc.
Mrp. C. J.'.Healy, Mr. and J6 !
Donald : Krueger, Mr.' and M
Jesse Savage, Dr. and Mrs. L
Barrick. - Mr. and ; Mrs. ,Alfr
Propp, Mr. and Mrs. Irrls Ra
and the hostsr Mr. anMra. B.
pade.r, "v-; ;' "- t;v:,?f
TKuf&daif, Bridge Lnneheoiv
s - $ -
uioses ' seasons v v
i , Mrs. L. p; Aldrich was a char
Ing; hostess in' Iter home Thurs
afternoon for'the. pleasufe of j
members of the Thursday- Brie
Luncheon . club and. three spec
guests: A.lorely bowl-of Irla a
tered .the luncheon table.
Mrs.' Cfyae- iohnson won 1 1
bridge honor of the af temopjiJ
In the. group for the; last m
Ing of the spring, season yere JJ
John Krebs, ; Mrs. 'Paul; Ech
of Portland Mrs. R E-CIark; f
Portland, .Mrs. .O. I. Fiber, M i
RTC.Hunler; Mrs." A. E. Hucl
stein, MrsCIalt; InmahrvIi
Clyde Johnson, ' Mrs.. Ernie "iCap
hafih, Mrs; 'W.' I.4 Needhani, Mr
Cat Fatton. " Mrs. RV? W:. Hai
Seltiand the'hbstessJfrs'; L.V
Aldriflu? , . " :. . :r -" V
Eniertai?ie Qt.K&ntz Home 3
: tMrstPi JJCtintr was, a deiighj
ful:Jiostess do, Thursday? for jitlv
membera-of -Chapter O.j'PEO.SI
terhood, entertaining as addltjdi
alguesU Mrs. 'Boighti a menibe
of a' chapter in Nebf-aika; Mts.Vi
RoblhsV who - is'afflliated 'wiOi '.
Washington group; andrMrs. Tem
The. s afternoon- otpllpwlng th;
business meeting, was 'delightful!.
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r:ilettef Mrs, Josephijie "JTass,