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THE OREGON STATESilAN, SALEil, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, -APRIL 8,-1927"
Solent MacDoweU Club
Chorus Wilt Appear in
Much interest is expected to at
v nd the annual spring concert to
n.sht in Waller HalJ Of the Salem
y acDowell club chorus. Assisting
ti," chorus will be Alfred Keller,
hriliant Portland violinist, who
V-u recently returned from extens
ive staudy in Europe. Mr. Kellsr
i i concert master of thd Portland
SMnphony orchestra, and many
i,lt the significance of his work
; tint time. -
F-of. W. II. Boy?r. conductor
r.f i he chorus, has -.brought this
-Lr.RinR organization to a high
j 'jr.f of achievement.
The personnel of the chorus in-clucl"-.
First soprano, Mrs. James
Fitzf.-rald, Mrs. E. .H. Hobson,
y.i-. Leonard Nelson, JJisa Vivian
Whi-tler, Mis Hulda Hammond.
un-i Mrs. Phil L.'Newmyer; second
-i.pruno. Miss Alpha? Wflliams,
Mi- Helen Mcllerron. Mrs. Carl
W. I.I). Mrs. G. C. Bellinger, Mrs.
i: H. Robertson, Mrs. S. W. fCash,
Mrs. Findley; first alto, Mrs. J. E.
Law, Mrs. Charles Sherman and
Txm Galloway; second alto,
Mrs. Arthur J: Rahn, Mrs. George
Alien, Miss Inez Wood and. Mrs.
Merle Uosecrans. Miss Dorothy
r .n c is accompanist.
1 lie complete program will be as
Y.-nezia, (Cycle of Four Love
h ii Gondolien
f ("anzonc Amoroso
id) Kuonna Notte.
nm crto in D Major.. Pagauini
(a Moonlight Meadows.. CzibuLha
1 1) i I,ove' Benediction Silver
Incidental solo, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
io) Springtime Watkin
(a) On Wings of Sons
(lit Midnight Bells Kreisler
i ) Hungarian Dance No. 1.....
iai By the Waters of Babylon
( b Seraphic Song Gaines
.Mrs. Rahn, Mr. Keller, and
Linn and Lena Heist, Who
Are Traveling in Old
World, Writes from Algiers
Salem friends Jiave been await
ing eagerly for the first word from
i he Misseit Lena and Lina Heist,
who left the middle of February
tor a six months' absence in Eu
rope, on the Mediterranean, and
in the Holy Land.
Mrs. W. W. Emmons, sister of
tly tourists, received interesting
eymmunications" early this week
m Algiers. The Salem girls
vX.V that they had an exceeding
ly pleasant crossing. In fact, even
the captain admitted that the
summer months could never have
riven them a smoother passage.
According to their itinerary, the
Misses Heist are now in .Egypt. A
week ago Monday they met Miss
Laura Heist in Jerusalem. Miss
Heist is on her firs! furlough in
the mission field of India.
Judrc Thomas, A. McBride
end Mrs. Lottie M. Chappelle
Are Married xesterday
t'oming as a complete surprise
in the news of the marriage of
Judge Thomas A. JUcBrlde, chief
juytice of the Oregon supreme
court, and Mrs. Lottie M. C nap
pe ile. w hich took place at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at the First
Christian church in' Portland.
The bride has been head clerk in
ttie registry division In the Port
land postoffice for several years.
ItirtKe and Mrs. McBride will
prohably make their home in Sa
State Officers Are' Guests
at Meeting of Salerp, War
Mothers on Tuesday
state officers were guests of the
si!tm chapter of American War
Mothers at their regular meeting
r. Tuesday, which was In the form
i a luncheon In the Chinese room
tin- Gray Belle at 1 o'clock, fol
l' W'd by the regular meeting.
The guest list included' Mrs.
t'i' i i in Carver, state president;
' Johnson, Junior vice pres-i
i'bi.i; Mrs. E. A. Peck, corre-.-pondiug
secretary; Mrs. .Anna
Vp.i'-t, treasurer;. Mrs. .John Eu
' I' ks. state organizer: Mrs. Jennv
( "...rues, musician, all of Portland;
l s Isaac Lee Patterson, state
l-iii i iamentarian; Mrs. ' Robert J.
H'-tsiirieks, historian; Mrs. John
A, t'.trson, past president; Mrs.
aik skiff, president; Mrs. C M.
U'lkw.od. vice d resident: Mrs.'J.
A !! rnardi. treasurer; Mrs. A, A.
L' ( or-responding secretary; Mrs.
' T. Humphreys, auditor; ;,Mrs.
Minnie Baker, parliamentarian
i.d magazine correspondent, and
L. Hobson, Mrs. FrantTodth
'i r,. and Mrs. Carrie O. Fowle, di
rectors. , I
Th. business meeting took place
i i he JV'MCA. Baskets, of Oregon
-iape. daffodils and; pussy willows
:ccti rated the rooms. :Th meet
ins adjourned In order to allow the
ii. embers opportunity to attend the
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funeral of Ben Roberts, in a body.
The group returned to the YMCA
where a short program was given.
followed with a social hour.
Mrs. F. L. Waters sang "An Old
Fashioned Town," and gave an in
Kenneth McCormick played two
piano numbers, "Japanese Sun
set" and "The World is Waiting
for the Sunrise
Tea was served at the close of
the afternoon. Forty ladies were
Dr. Verne L. Hamilton
A group of out-of-town people
spend Wednesday, April 6, in Sa
lem to assist Dr. Verne L. Hamir-
ton In the celebration of his birth
The day was spent on the golf
links at the Illihee Country club.
At 7 o'clock Mrs. Hamilton enter
tained with a birthday dinner at
the Hamilton home at 515 North
Summer street. An Easter decor
ative scheme was used through
In the guest group were Mrs.
Fannie L. Hamilton, mother of Dr.
Hamilton, Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Ham
ilton, Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Hamil
ton, all of Portland; Dr. and Mrs.
C. W. Hamilton of Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. Mert Humphries and'ano duets. Mrs. Carrie M. Chase,
daughter Dorothy May,, of Eugene,
and the honor guest and hostess.
Dr. and Mrs. Verne L. Hamilton.
Raf Burton Hmne Is Scene
of Enjoyable Five-Hundred
Party on Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burton enter
tained a group of friends on Wed
nesday evening with five tables of
five-hundred. A beautiful potted
hydrangea gave the chief decora
tive moitf in the room. The flower
was awarded to Mr. and Mrs Ralph
Glover as the first prize.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Newmyef re
ceived the consolation aw,ard.
The hostess served delicious re
freshments late in the evening.
April Meeting of Datjpta
Club Is Held on Wednesday
at First Methodist Church
A committee of three, Mrs. W.
J. Linfoot, Mrs. Heine and Mrs
Kimple, took charge of the excel
lent program which was a feature
of the April meeting of the Da
kota club on Wednesday evening
at the First Methodist church.
The program opened with T. S.
MacKenzie leading in the singing
Mrs. Kimple's "kitchen orches
tra" made its initial appearance at
this time, after which T. S. Mac
Kenzie sang two especially enjoy
able numbers, with Miss Margaret
Miss Marguerite Blumenberg de
lighted with a piano solo, after
which Mrs . Van Eaton won the
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Salem MacDowell club choras.
Lecture on" ar. ProL Leo Fair
banks. YMCA Jobbyl Auspices
of Salem Arts league.
North section of the Woman's
union of the First Congregational
church. Mrs. W. I. Staley, 271 Jf.
Summer street, hostess.
South section of the Woman's
union of the.FIrst Congregational
church. Mrs. Mark .McCallister,
J.433 S. Liberty street, hostess.
Woman's Relief corps benefit
five-hundred party. Armory, 2 to
Auburn Community club. School
house, 7:30 o'clock.
Baptist Women's society. Gold
en anniversary. Church parlors,
2:15 o'clock. i
Three Link club will meet in
the ladies' club room of the IOOF
hall on Friday afternoon. There
will be a program.
house, 2:30 o'clock.
Easter concert. First Methodist
church, 7:30 o'clock. Vested
"Hell and the Way Out." Film
at the First Congregational church
approval of the group with her
original reading, "My Last Will
Two promising young nrusicfans,
Miss Gertrude Oehler and Miss
Ltorothy Bpsshard, played two pi
of the popular Phelps-Chase trio,
gave a reading. Mrs. W. J. Lin
foot sang two Scotch songs, "The
Hills of Bye," and "Laddie."
Mr. Crary gave the appreciated
reading, "The Empry Wood box."
Miss Naomi Phelps, soprano
member of the Phelps-Chase trio,
which has pleased innumerable
audiences, eang a group of seven
old-fashioned songs In costume.
She was accompanied at the piano
by her mother, Mrs. Ethel Poling
Mrs. Chane completed the trio
with her musical reading, "The
Little Red Cradle."
The Moriarity family gave in
teresting orchestra numbers. Six
members of the family participate
in this worthy organization.
On Tuesday, April 19, Mrs. W.
J. Linfoot will entertain the ladies
of the group. The next club event
wijl be on Wednesday, May 4.
LADD& BUSH, Bankers
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Office Hoars from UX a--m. to 8 p. nau
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Leslie Mcthoditt Ladies'
Aid EjijoW Successful
Meeting on Wednesday
Ttie : Ladies' Aid society of Les
lie Methodist church held a par
ticularly enjoyable meeting Wed
nesday in the church parlors. A
committee of six from the Leslie
Can-Do class took charge of the
meeting. Those assisting in this
manner were Mrs. J. Willard De
Yoe, Mrs. Ivan Corner, Mrs. Fran
cis Hoeleth, Mrs. F. M. Haberman,
Mrs. James Cran and Mrs. Wayne
The church parlors were lavish
ly decorated with many bowls and
baskets of white and yellow spring
A beautiful centerpiece of jon
quils and narcissi was arranged
on the tea table. Mrs. B. F. Pound
and Mrs. F. M. Haberman presided
at the urns.
Especially delicious were the
home made cakes, of which a large
variety were served. A table full
' of the cakes was sold at the close
of the meeting. Orders are being
taken for the confection.
Fifty members attended the
Interesting Program Features
Planned for Woman's Club
In addition to the annual nom
ination of officers, the meeting of
the Salem Woman's club on Satur
day will feature a talk by A. C.
Hyman, superintendent of the
Children's Farm Home, near Cor
vallis, and a film series on meth
ods of combatting diphtheria.
Mrs. F. A. Elliott, general chair
man of the public welfare depart
ment, will have charge of the
child health demonstration film on
the old and new ways of fighting
Jason Lee Young People
Plan' Entertainment. 1 on; g lit
The high school department of
the Jason Iee Methodist Sunday
school will sponsor an interesting
entertainment tonight at 7:30
o'clock in the church. The "Old
District School" will be one of a
number of interesting features
planned. The program will . be
free to the public.
Interesting booths have been ar-j
ranged, one for candy, one for an
tiques, as well as for other items
A smajl admission fee will bq
charged to these. I
Afr. H. R. Carnenter is the ad-
visor of the high school depart
Ale aria Club Is Entertained
Wednesday at Buckles Home
Mrs. Kusseil KucKies and Airs.
Harry Kroner were hostesses of!
the Alegria club at the Buckles
Brilliant ; Violinist
it f -r
V Mh 7
Courtesy PortTfhul Trlpgratrt.
Concert master of the Portland
Symphony Orchestra, who is a
violinist of note. Mr. Keller will
be assistant artist on the Mac
Dowell club program tonight at
country home Wednesday. April 6.
The rooms wore beautifully dec
orated with baskets of daffodils
A short business meeting was
held. Later, the hostesses pre
sented a short dialogue, "Sidewalk
Conversations." The balance of
the afternoon was devoted" to mu-
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Members present were Mrs. Ho
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Professor Fairbanks Will
Speak at YMCA Tonight .
An interesting lecture ors art
will be given at S o'clock tonight
in the lobby -of the YMCA when
Prof. J. Leo Fairbanks will speak.
Ttie lecture on "Art in the Home"
i3 open to the general public.
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