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THEfOItEGON WAtCSlAIi; SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1927
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Jm eHcan Legion A uxiliary
If olds Formal Initiation
One of the most important meet
ings of the week was that held by
the Americas Legion auxiliary on
Monday evening at McCornack
hall when the organization for
mally installed the officers of the
new year. Mrs. Harold Rich of
Dallas served as Installing officer.
Those who took office are Mrs.
Jesse George, president; Mrs.
King Bartlett, first vice president;
I Mrs. Stanley
I secretary; Mrs.
J urer; Mrs. Fra
W) Mrs. Albert A
Mrs. Willis Vi
Mrs. Stanley Qstrander. second
ice president; Mrs. Beryl DeGuire
Mrs. Elma Lfbby, treaa-
Frank Jirak, chaplain;
incent, seargeant at
arms; Mrs. Brazeau and Mrs. Mc
Kinley, color bearers; Mrs. Rich
ard Meyers, musician.
Heads of committees have been
chosen for the new year as fol
lows: Executive, Mrs. Albert
Gragg, Mrs. Lloyd Demarest and
Mrs. Allan Clereland; .finance,
Mrs. Paul Burris, Chairman; pub
licity, Mrs. Earl Paulsen, chair
man; child welfare, Mrs. Albert
Gragg, chairman; guardianship,
Mrs. Stanley Ostrander, chairman;
hospital, Mrs. John Rottle, chair
man; memorial and poppy, Mrs.
Richard Meyers, chairman; mem
bership and sold star, Mrs. Albert
Anderson, chairman; constitution
and by-laws, Mrs. Robert Budrow,
chairman; emblem, Mrs, H. R.
White, chairman; cooperation,
Mrs. Laban Steeves, chairman;
sick and relief, Mrs. Lyle Duns
moor, chairman; unit activities,
made up of the chairmen of all
The retiring officers served as
hostesses for an enjoyable social
time following the installation.
Included among the guests were
It ten visitors from Dallas.
f A program of interest Included
solos by Lyman McDonald and
dance features by Miss Marjorie
Webb and Miss Elizabeth Waters.
Delirious ' refreshments were
served, in the banquet room. Lav
ender cynerarea centered the ta
bles on which pink candles
burned in crystal holders.
Brush College Debaters
Will Appear in State
Mrs. Wayne Henry and Mrs.
,5Jmer Cook, both of the Brush
$"$llege grange, will have the hon
or bf competiag for a silver loving
cup this evening- when they uphold
the negative at the state grange
debate in Corvallis on the subject',
"Resolved, 'that the federal gov
ernment should not begin the de
velopment of any new reclamation
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price that will pay the cost of pro
duction, plus a reasonable profit."
The Brush college competitor,
who were chosen following the
final elimination, have the nega
The debate is a feature of the
state grange meet which is fn ses
sion in Corvallis. Mrs. W. P. Mc
Call, lecturer for the Brush college
group, is spending the week in
Corvallis. Yesterday she gave an
address on the subject of music.
Amigas Club Will Meet
Mrs. Glenn .Gregg will be hos
tess on Thursday afternoon for
members of the Amigas club.
Will Meet Tonight
Members of the Amperette club
will entertain their husbands with
an evening of cards tonight at the j
home of Mr. and Mrs. Mason
Bishop, 1350 South Commercial
A committee consisting of Mrs.
Merle D. Travis, Mrs. Glenn Seeley
and Mrs. Earl Chapel will assist
All members of the club and
their families are invited.
Salem Woman Receives
Office in Woman's Army .
and Navy League
The election of Mrs. George A.
White to the -office of national
guard vice- president in the Army
and Navy League for Women will
be of interest Jn Salem. The Port
land Telegram names the officers
The annual meeting of the
Portland Woman's Army and Navy
League was held Monday after
noon at the University club, and
was attended by 50 army and navy
women. Following luncheon, the
annual election of officers was
held, and Mrs. G. W..C. Whiting,
who has been secretary treasurer
of the league for two years, was
elected president. Other officers
are: Regular army vice president,
Mrs. R. T. Colmer; navy vice pres
ident, Mrs. 0. K. Davis; reserve
vice president, Mrs. L. D. Howell;
naval reserve vice president, Mrs.
Byron J. Beat tie; national guard
vice president, Mrs. George A.
White; secretary- treasurer, Mrs.
Dallas D. Dennis.
Jaston Lee W. H. M. S.
Members of the Jason Lee Wo
man's Home Missionary society
will meet at 2:30 o'clock this af
ternoon at the parsonage, at 1060
Jefferson street. Mrs. C. T. Follon
will have charge of the devotions
and Miss Hockett of the lesson.
The Pbilathea Bible class of the
First Evangelical church will meet
for a business and social meeting
at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. A, Remington,
2070 Chemeketa street.
Card Party Today at
St. Joseph's Auditorium
A benefit card party will be
sponsored by members! of the Al
tar society this afternoon at , 2
o'clock at St. Joseph's auditorium
at the corner of Chemeketa and
North Winter streets. A 25 cent
admission lee will be charged.
All are invited to attend. "
Mrs, George Patterson, chair
man of the affair, will be assisted
by Miss Cashmere. Dr. Theresa
Shotley. Mrs. Redding and " Mrs.
Mrs. Clark Will Take
Part in Junior High
Mrs. La Moine R. Clark, prin
cipal of the McKinley Junior high
school, has been invited to take
part in the discussion of the jun
ior high 3chool curriculum next
Saturday afternoon when the Ore
gon congress of junior high
schools is held in Eugene. The
conference will take place in the
education building, beginning at
3:30 o'clock. Following a dinner
in the evening the program will
The McKinley junior high school
in Salem ' has the distinction of
having had a, 100 per cent rating
in local, state and national teach
ers' associations for the past five
years, a record whfch fey schoels
in the state-have attained.
Mrs. Oral Lemmon will be hos
tess this afternoon for : members
of the Adolynk club.
Willing Workers' Class
Mrs. Clifford Bowen will be
hostess today for members of the
Willing Workers' class of the First
Christian church at her home at
1070 North Fifth street. A one
o'clock luncheon will be followed
by a business session. '
Mrs. Hixon Entertains
Mrs. Azel Hixon was hostess on
Monday evening for members of
the Royal Neighbors of America
lodge. After the regular business
meeting a social time was enjoyed.
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Dorcas society of the Lutheran
church. Mrs. H. D. Watson. 1894
N. Church street, hostess, assisted
by Mrs. Jacob Weizel. 2 o'clock.
Story telling section. Mrs. Clif
ton Mudd, hostess, 7 o'clock
Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of First Methodist church.
Mrs. J. H. Baker. 545 Court St.
Philathca Bible class Of First
Evangelical church. Mrs.; J. . A.
Remington, 2070 Chemeketa St.,
hostess, 2 o'clock.
Amperette club. Mr. and Mrs.
Mason Bishop, 1350 South Com
mercial street,, hosts.
Benefit card party, St. Joseph's
Adolynk club. Mrs. Oral Lem
State grange debate, Corvallis.
Broadcast over station KOAC.
Barbara Frietchie tent. Daugh
ters of Veterans. Installation of
officers. Salem Woman's club, 8
Willing Workers' class of First
Christian church. Mrs. Clifford
Bowen. 1070 North Fifth street,
hostess, 1 o'clock luncheon.
Jason Lee WHMS. Parsonage
at 1060 Jefferson street, 2:30
Brush College Helpers. Mrs.
Fred Ewing, hostess.
Chemeketa chapter, Daughters
of the American Revolution, Mrs.
Lewis D. Griffith, 1364 Court
Mrs. Ed Keene was chairman of
the evening, with her assistants,
including Mrs. Cora Hunt,! Mrs.
Lelia Sharp, Mrs. Leona Witzel
and Mrs. Margaret Jentxkow.
The next meeting of the ! lodge
will be held on Monday, Jan. 17,
at the home of Mrs. Katie Shott,
860 E street.
Installation of Officers
Barbara Frietchie tent. Daugh
ters of Union Veterans of the Civil
War, will meet at the Woman's
club house tonight at 8 o'clock for
the formal installation of officers.
Leaves for Los Angeles
Mrs. George Savage has gone
tc Los Angeles to visit a daugh
ter. Before returning to Salem
Mrs. Savage will be the guest of
another daughter at San -Francisco.
She plans to be gone a
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Vteftors ati'Saturday ' " 1
Mrs, Scott Bozarth and Richard
Dearborn of Portland were visit
ors oit Saturday at the home of
Mrs. S. C. Dyer. ''
Chemeketa Chapter Will
Meet on Friday
Instead of Saturday
On account of the state board
meeting !n Portland on Saturday,
the "regular meeting of Chemek
eta chapter of the Daughters of
the American. Revolution will be
held on Friday, Jan. 14. insteac
of on the usual day. Mrs. Lewis
D. Griffith and Mra. Roy Mills will,
be joint hostesses at Mrs. Grif
fith's home at 1SG4 Court street.
The meetihg will open at 2:30
o'clock. A musical program,
with Mrs. MoMie Hill Styles in
charge, will be featured.
First Methodist W. F. M. S.
Mrs. J. H. Baker will entertain
members of the Woman's Foreign
Missionary society of the First
Methodist church this afternoon
at her home, 545 Court street.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Mock
are the parents of twin daughters
born on January 8. The Mocks
live at 1510 North Liberty street.
Baptist Organizations in
Convention in Portland
A joint meeting of the Baptist
City Missionary union. State Wo
man's society, Columbia River dis
trict and World Wide guild will
be held in the First Baptist church
(White Temple), Twelfth and
Taylor streets, Portland, Wednes
day and Thursday.
The city union will open the
meeting Wednesday at 9 a. m. with
Mrs. J. F. Huckleberry in charge
of the devotional service. City
and state reports will follow at
the business meeting. Lunch will
be served at noon in the' dining
room of the church. In the after
noon, addresses will be given by
Mr. J. H. Kerr, home vice presi
dent of the Columbia River dis
trict of Edmonds, Wash.
An all-day business meeting of
the district officers, to which all
Baptist women are welcome, will
be held Thursday. Devotionals.
ltd by Mrs. P. A. McDairmaid,
missionary just returned from
Sona Bata, Africa, will open the
session. Mrs. Herbert Low of the
Chinese mission will lead the af-
ternoOa'4 devotional service. At
6:30 p. m. a banquet will be
served for W. W. G. girla and the
women, at which Mrs. Edker Bur
ton, president of Columbia River
district. of Moaeow, Idaho, will
apeak. At 7:45 a mas. fheetlng
for men. lis well as women' will be
held, (Ja the evening program
will be i pageant by the W. ,V.
G. girts of the Sellwood church,
music by the double male quar
tet of the Grant Park church, a
reading by Mrs. Daniel Bryant,
and an address by Miss Minnie Ar
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