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TTnnir lift: Mrs. P. M. Erickson. np.wlr-elected resident. of Salem Woman's club. Upper right:
Mr. Rvron Arnold (Audred Bunch) whose weddin? took place Friday evening at the First Congrega
tlbnal cluirch. Upper center
rvnior Hfhf Mia Fiiiso vv'ri?h who has hppii installed as worthy advisor of the Organization
nQiiuia niris f loft Mr ial K-nllpd rRvlvia Marsters) whose wedding was an event of the
weeWiLowcr right: Miss Mildred LaNore West whose engagement to Parker E. Branin of Pendleton
ras announrea i nursaay ai a iormai lea.
club for the coming; year, at a
recent business meeting.
; Other officers will be: Mrs.
Grover C. Bellinger, trice presi
dent; Mrs. H. S. Pindley, treas
urer, and. Mrs. Tom Galloway sec
The program copnmlttee has
not been appointed. .
Col. and Mrs. Percy Willis
Hosts at Country Home
Col. and Mrs. Percy WilliB were
i hosts to the members of the Sa
lem clu2 of Portland at their
country home in Sprtag valley
yesterday. "Many members mo-
I tored down for the meeting.
Mrs. Rodaers Entertains
Her Bridge Club at Mehama
Mrs. George F. Rodgers enter
tained the members otf hr bridge
i club with seven additional guests
at Mehama Friday. After the 1
o'clock luncheon the afternoon
' was spent in bridge.
Members of the club included
Mrs. Henry Meyers, Mrst Jonn J
Roberts, Mrs. William Walton,
Mrs. David Byre, Mrs. Harry H
Hawkins, Mrs. Dan J. Fry Jr.,
Mrs. Friti Slade, Mrs. O. C. Locke,
Mrs. John McNary and the hostess,
Mys. George F. Rodgers.
Two guest prizes were given
the first being won by Mrs. Earl
Flegel of Honolulu, and the sec
ond by Mrs. Asahel Bush.
Mrs. Earl Flegel
Honored at Luncheon
Mrs. John H. Carson and Mrs
Hollis Huntington were hostesses
in the Carson home on Wednesday
at an attractive luncheon honoring
Mrs. Earl Flegel of Honolulu.
Twenty-eight guests were bidden
to the luncheon and the afternoon
of bridge which followed.
The luncheon table was centered
with a bowl of vari-colored sum
mer flowers. Covers were placed
for Mrs. Flegel, Mrs. R. E. Lee
Steiner, Mrs. Asahel Bush, Mrs.
Harry Hawkins, Mrs. Paul Hen
dricks, Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mrs.
William Rinehart of Eugene, Mrs.
Don Young, Mrs. Clifford Irwin,
Mrs. Homer Egan, Mrs. Clifford
Farmer, Mrs. Milton Meyers, Mrs.
John J. Roberts, Mrs. Guy Sarg
ent of San Francisco, Mrs. T. A.
Livesley, Mrs. Henry Meyers, Mrs.
Frederick Lamport, Mrs. James
Linn, Mrs. T. B. Kay, Mrs. Ercel
Kay, Mrs. Dan Fry Jr., Mrs. Fritz
Slade, Mrs. T. A. Roberts, Mrs.
iw. Connell Dyer, Mrs. R. M. Ho
fer, Mrs. Arthur Rahn and the hos
tesses, Mrs. Hollis Huntington and
Mrs. John Carson.
A guest prize was won by Mrs.
Flegel. High honors for the af
: ternoon were won by Mrs. Guy
Sargent; second by Mrs. John J.
Miss Aileen Raffetu
"Mrs. Wade Ellis (Mabel Cpppock )wbBe -.marriage was solemnized Announces Enpagenysntj
Center left: Miss Frances' M. Richards,"" recently honored with a tea. fo ranfc Shirley '
Miss Aileen Raffety, stenograph
er in the office of the state en
gineer here for the past two years,
will be married to Frank Shirley
Tell all the world that summer's here again
With song and joy ; tell them, that they may know
How, on the hillside, in the shining fields
New clumps of -violets and daisies grow.
Tell all the world that summer's here again
That white, clouds voyage through a sky so still
With blue tranquility, it seems tD hang
One windless tapestry, from hill to hill.
Tell all the world that summer's here again:
Folk go about so solemnly and slow,
Walking each' one his" grooved and ordered way
I fear that, otherwise, they will not know !
Miss Audred Bunch Becomes
the Bride of Byron
A mnli. cm Jump 10
Miss Audred Bunch any Byron
VK Arnold were united in marriage
at 8 o'clock Friday evening, June
10, at the First Congregational
thurch.' Kev. Charles Ev Ward,
pastor of the church, was the of
ficiating clergyman, using the sin
gle ring service.
The altar was transformed into
a rose-bower with tall cathedral
candles burning, in brass candela
bra before the lattices.
Miss Oda Chapman arranged
Preceding the ceremony, Dan
iel Bryant, Jr.. of C'orvallis, played
Schubert's "Serenade, as a vio
lin solo, with Miss Lucile Ross
accompaning on the pipe organ
j Professor Paul Petri of . Cor-
wall la onni, "wn-..a nua ' with lira
, J Till ;UUIlUIUg & l IU yMUir
T a e Menaeissonn weaaing
inarch was used both as the re
cessional and the processional,
M las Lucile Ross . was the organ
tet.v - '
Miss Rozella Bunch,' sister of
the "hride. ' was maid of honor.
while Miss Margaret Arnold, sis
tef of the groom, was bridesmaid
nnfh ' nra' nfnlr f InwjiroH rhiffan
With 'deep lace collars, and both
carried ; showers. r of , pink roses.
Canterbury bells, and sweet peas.
with pink streamers. . , .
. I Mr. Verne JFerguson of Corval
lis aUended 'the jrroom as best
11(11.1 , ,-' ; ' " " ."
The-' flower,grrl was Dorothea
Kletilhs; " itaoghter of ; Mr. " "and
Mrs. Ralph H. KleUlng, whb wore
blue froWered" thlffon'ahd carried
a basket of rose petals' which she
eratfored in' the path of thft'bride;
. The bride wore white georgette
and lace with" k full-length tulle
veil, held in place 'with a wreath
at orange blossoms. She carried
a' shower of Ophelia roses, while
sweet peas, and lilies of the val
Wellington Gault and Lester
Gault of Corvallis were the ush
ers. " v -
Following the ceremony a re
ception was held in the Green Gate
room of the Spa for the members
of the wedding party.
After a ten-day motor trip to
Vancouver and Victoria. B. C,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold will.be at
home at 228 North 23d street,
Mrs. Arnold is the daughter of
Mrs. Stephen L. Minard and for
the past three years has been so
ciety editor of the Oregon States
man. Mr. Arnold is the only son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Arnold of
Vancouver, Washington. He. - is
an instructor in Conservatory tf
Music at the Oregon Agricultural
College. Both are graduates of
Willamette University with the
class of '24. 4 .
V. C. T. U. Meeting
Held Tuesday, June 7-
A meeting of the W. C. T. U.
was held Tuesday afternoon in
their hall on the corner of Ferry
and Commercial streets.
. The special topic for the after
noon was flower mission work.
The leader was Mrs. Rachel Reed
er, superintendent. , Readings,
short talks, and reports -of work
done in regard to hospitals, shut
ins, and the poor were given dur
iqg . the afternoon f Appropriate
music , was contributed by the
Misses , Mildred. , and. Genevieve
MnlkeyV' Vt ' " V' "'.J'
'A horf hridlnpss m(f tnr . fnl-
I lowed" with -Mrs'. ;Jhnie Nunn,
presiding.' - .'The election '.of trus
tees .resulted in the follqwing be
ing "onanimous'ty ' chosen Mrs.
Bowernxan,; ! Mrs.. Sarah Oliver,
Mrs.( J.., N. Duncan, Mrs. Mary "V.
Charlton, Mrs. Rachel Reeder.1
-, It was also .decided at this
meeting to serve dinner and sup
per at the convention of the G. A.
R. and the W. R. C. , The com- s Angeies on June t, ac
mittee appointed on arrangements cording to an announcement made
was: Mrs. Grace Carruther, chair- nere loaay.
man; Mrs. Jennie Nunn. Mrs. Mr. Shirley previously lived in
Seifarth, Mrs. Tallman'l Mrs. Jar- Salem, but has resided in Los
men, Mrs. Waterman. Mrs. Reid, Angeles for more than a year,
and Mrs. Reeder. The "money Miss Raffety is a daughter of Mr.
that is raised for the meals -served and Mrs. T. A. Raffety of Salem.
will go toward paying , for the pi-1 Mr. Raffety is chief inspector for
ano recently-purchased by the Sa-tthe state motor vehicle traffic de-
leni Union. ' fdartment.
The W. C. T. U. has a large Prior to locating in Salem Miss
membership in Salem and they do Raffety made her home in Rose
much mercy work both in the city burg, where her father was em
ployed as deputy sheriff for a num
ber of years.
Eastern Star Will Hold
Party Tuesday Afternoon
Members of the Eastern Star
will hold a party on Tuesday af
ternoon. Cards will be played,
and those who do not wish to play
cards are asked to bring sewing
as other entertainment will be
and in the country.
Bertha Junk Darby Presents
Pupils in Recital June 8
Bertha Junk Diarby presented a
group of her pupils in a very in
teresting program at her studio on
She was assisted by Mrs. W. H.
Fischer who sang "Would God I
Were a Tender Apple Blossom,"
and "Lilac Tree." She was ac- provided.
companied by Mr. Fischer.
An interesting part of the pro
gram was the number "Polish
Dance," by Scharwenka, given by
the rhythm orchestra accompan
ied by Mrs Darby.
Pupils contributing numbers
were: Margaret Siegmund and
Jenlce Higglns, beginners; Sophia
Lenz, Rosma Tully, Wallace Guth
rie, Margaret Purvine, Erna Bat
terman, Rosalie Evans, Marjory
Walling, Wilson Siegmund, Clar
ice Haines, Evangeline Heinick
and Lillian Lynam.
Mrs. Louis Green of Portland
Guest of 'Dr. Mary Rowland
Mr Lotus Green . of Portland
has-been, for. a, short time, the
guest of her. mother. Dr. Mary C
Rowland. Mrs. Green. , with a
group of her friends, will motor
on to Eugene where they will at
tend the .commencement exercises
of the University.
Mrs. M. B. Parounagian
Mrs. MjB. Rarounaglan, branch
president ", of ' the. Women's "Home
Missionary, society of the Metho
dist Episcopal church, was ; hon
ored', recently,' when she was pre
sented with a life, membership in
herf own society.' r The, presenta
tion, spec)!, wasVmaxe . by ,Mrs.. A.
A. Lee., Many beautiful' flowers
were given' to'MrsParotinagian at
that ; time. : , " ' , "j - OX 7
The society,.wil!.vbold no" meet
ings during' the" month of August.
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MacDbwellClub Names .
Mrs. Arthur 'Rahn as - -
President for Coming Yearr
Mrs. Arthur Rahn was elected
president of the Salem MacDowell
All members of the Eastern Star
Mrs. Clarence Mundinger
Entertains Recently in
Honor of Her Son
Mrs. Clarence Mundinger en
tertained a group bf relatives and
friends at ' her home recently,
honoring her son Ersel - Mundin
ger. A color scheme of pink and
white was carried out in the rooms
which were lovely with bowls of
roses and other summer flowers.
Music and games were the di
versions of the evening. Late in
the evening refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Gusts for the evening included:
Mrs. C. A. Bones, Mrs. C. F.
Bones, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bones,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Standlfer, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Scott, Mr. and Mrt.
A. L. Bones. Mr. and Mrs. V. N.
Bones. Mr. and Mrs. John Beiver.
Mrs. G. C. Farmer. Mr. and Mrs.
C. Cooley, Miss Alma Farmer,
Miss Neva Cooley, Miss Ethel Haz
elton. Miss Ruth Hazelton, Hazel
Bones. Hildrad Bones, Leta May
Bones, Evelyn Bones. Hollis
Bones. Harland Bones, ' Lester
Neil Rones, Herbert Keith Bones,
Darwin Beiver, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Mundinger. and the honor
guest," Ersel Mundinger. '. :
IRC N. A: Sewing Club WiU -
Hold Meeting on Tuesday.
"The R. N. A. Sewing clnt win
hjDid it,s regular meeting Tuesday
at the. home, of Mrs, Rose Abbott,
2690 .Cherry. Avenue. .. Members
may reach her home . by taking
either .bus going- north. ,'AhCpT-
ered-dlsh luncheon will be served
at noon.. . . -
Miss Zoe Stockton
Entertains at Bridge
on Friday Afternoon
Miss Zoe Stockton was hostess
at a bridge party in her home on
North Summer street on Friday
afternoon. Eight tables of bridge
The rooms were lovely with bas
kets of tree-tulip blossoms in com
bination with other summer flow
ers. r A guest prize was received
by Mrs. Walter Abby of Windham,
Conn. High score honor was won
by Mrs. Henry J. Smalley; second
high by Mrs. Lester F. Bass.
The guests for the afternoon
were: Mrs. Walter AbDey, Mrs.
Frank G. Meyers, Mrs. Paul V.
Johnson. Mrs. Lot D. Brown, Mrs.
Harry B. Worth. Mrs. George L.
Arbuckle, Mrs. E. Max Page, Mrs.
Lester F. Barr, Mrs. J. L. Law,
Mrs. Walter L. Spaulding, Mrs.
Sam J. Butler, Mrs. Harry J.
Weidmer, Mrs. Arthur L. Wallace,
Mrs. Robert W. Craige, Mrs. T,
S. Roberts, Mrs. George R. Vehrs,
Mrs. Frank V. Brown, Mrs. Wal
ter J. Page, Mrs. Erwin F. Smith,
Mrs. Kenneth J. Brown, Mrs. Phil
A. Eiker, Mrs. R. W. Hans Seitz.
Mrs. Phil Newmyer, Mrs. Lewis
D. Griffith, Mrs. Dale X. Beechler,
Mrs. Claude Steusloff, Mrs. Paul
H. Hauser, Mrs. Henry J. Smalley,
Miss Marguerite Putnam, Mrs
Lynn Smith, Mrs. Roy H. Mills,
Mrs. James 11. Nicholson and the
hostess. Miss Zoe Stockton.
The hostess was assisted by Mrs.
Roy H. Mills and Mrs. James H.
Miss Elma Weller Has
Musicale Tuesday, June 7,
at Her Studio
A very interesting piano recital
was given by the pupils of Miss
Elma Weller on June 7 at her
residence studio, 695 North Lib
erty street. The evening was de
voted to the junior piano students
and Dnning classes, demonstrat
ing transposition, rythm, and
Of special interest among the
piano numbers was the ensemble
work of these young students in
double quartets, and sextettes
These numbers were given from
memory in splendid time, rhythm,
The following program was giv
en: Dunnlng-Gaynor 1. Class Song.
We Are a Merry Children's Band
Barbour 2. Duets M 1. II.
Kenneth Boyie Miss Weller
Barbour 3. Duet. A Little Song
Betty Boyle Miss Weller
Krogman 4. Keyboard Trans
position (a) Hammock Lullabye
( any key ) ;
Barbara Pjerce Erwin Edwards
5. Facts i the Life of Scarlotta
Hatch 6.s Solo.. Happy Peasant
Jenkins Song of the Wind
Jenkins Up and Over
t Erwin Edwards
$ehaeftr 7 -soo ,. ..i..-...'
..Three Little Chickens
Gaynor By the Deep Sea
8 Triads Major, Minor, Dimin
ished and Augmented....
(a) Played by Loraine Vick, Ruth
Armpriest, Glenn Luther, Dor
othy Blaisdell, Janice Murray.
Jenkins 9. Solo . Young America
Jenkins 10. Solo
Song of the Waterfall
Schuman 11. Solo
Davies 12. Solo
In Hanging Gardens
13. (a) Important Chords, Writ
ten by Max Morrow, played by
(b) Dominant Seventh Shords
Janice Murray, Ruth Pearson
Maxim 14. Solo .... In 'the Boat
EHmenreich 15. Solo
Cadman In An Alabama Cabin
Mendelssohn 16. Quartet.
Ruth Pearson, Ruth Armpriest,
' Janice "Murray, Loraine Vick
.Foster 17. Solo. .Swanee River
Thompson 18. Memory Test
Solo The Street Singer
B. C. Merz. . . .Scampering Fairies
Cooke 19. . Solo. . .Sea Gardens
20. Facts in' the Life of Beetho
ven Dorothy Blaisdell
Verdi 21. Solo... Anvil Chorus
Wright Solo. ....... Tarantelle
Koelling Solo .... Hungary
22. Rhythm The Great Grand
Thought in Music
(a) Test Loraine Vick, Janice
Murry, Max Morrow.
Song and Picture Illustrating
1. Duple Rhythm.
Tulips, by Betty Boyle,
2. Triple Rythm
Butterflies, Dorothy Blais
3. Quadruple Rhythm
Bubble Pipes. Barbara
Pierce. Erwin Edwards
Burginueller 23. Sola....
i -.V ..... . .Martin, Bell
Ray Morrow ;
Beethoven 24. Solo...... : r
-7 is . . .fi ; . . .Hunter's ' Song
Virgil . . The Blind Harp Player
Torjuasen . . . i .To the Rising Son
; r - John Barker it!.H' ' :v.'
Haydn 25. ; Qnretee-. ...
. ... V . . . ,v. Gypsy Rondo
Richard. Pierce,-John Barker '
Werner Brown,- Ray Morrow
Advanced Piano Students
Presented in Recital -by
Miss Weller. j
Wednesday evening, June 8, the
advanced piano students were
presented in recital by Miss Elma
Mrs. Jean Pearcy, soprano, was
the assisting artist. She sang
two numbers and granted as an
encore. "When the Roses Bloom."
She was accompanied by Miss Betb
The following program was
Sonata Op 2 No. I. (first move
ment . . . . 1 . . Beethoven
(a) Adieu to the piano . Beethoven
(b) Toccatina I Bach
(c) Little Bird ..I Grieg
Birds Are Singing. . . . . .Thomas
( . Mrs. - Jean Pearcy - j :
2nd Valse Two Pianos. .Godard
Barbara Barham Loree Barham
kTwo Etudes ' .
Ldylle . . ............ MacDqwell
Arebeske MacDd well
(a) Catch Me If You Can
(b) Important Event. . .Schuman
(c) Knight of the Hobby Horse
The Years at the Spring.
Mrs. Jean Pearcy
I Love the SpiJflg.-..;
Polonaise A Major ... Chopin
Septet .............. Beethoven
Barbara Barham Virginia Bright
Arthur Boeschen Loree Baifham
Pupils of Elizabeth Levy Will
Appear in Recital June 13
Miss Elizabeth Levy will pre
sent a group of her. music students
in recital Monday, June 13, at the
First Congregational church. Be
ginners as well as the more ad
vanced, pupils will participate.
A feature of the program will
be an ensemble of sixteen violins,
playing in four-part harmony.
mrmnv raimpr. on pirpmnnsr
violinist, though only seven years'
old, will play .a group of sevefali
Basket Social Held at
Illihee Country Club
A . "basket social" was. spon
sored by the ladies' social com
mittee of the Illihee Country club.
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In results because Calumet is sure does away with
all filnm pumnri waste of flour, sugar, eggs I
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souvenirs to send to all parts of the world; we know of
some that has gone to Canada, England and Germany and
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The Oregon Linen Mill has to rush this linen to
us off from the loom while it is still damp. SoV
busy have we been that customers stood Waiting
while our scissors were snipping it off "right and
left, and telephone orders are constantly coming
in for linen to be sent here and there.
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manufacturing from domestic grown flax
This Flax is actually grown within a radius of
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