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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
r5535r TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1927
Annual President's Reception
Is Attractive Feature of
Willa mette Commencement
.V-Vif of In ouJHtanding feat-tii-hw
tlift S2nd annual com--l-noemc-nt
at WUIamettV univers
ii. Prc-slrffrit and Mrs. rarl Cre?
In-y with Iiii.sls Jo Moine
siiilnlrt. alumni and friend of
the university at Lausanne? Hall
Saturday night. Member C the
graduating class, attired in taj
:.() gown, were present through
out the evening and mingled with
Hi other guests in flie large draw-
room of the hall, which was
J ml Mi
ira,.iitv,i ft.fnrated with roses.
'i j iui-i....v u.l flnu-prx and other
W . 1 I1C1II1IU1UIII. -
pleilSlng n0Oruimils. n" uuiiiih
room, where refreshments were
served, was also decorated with
large? iiuantjties of flowers, includ
ing an immense eenterpiM- of
pt-oiiies anil roses.
tireeting the- guests at the door
v.f-r Mrs. 'harles Sherman, Miss
t,ail Currie. Miss Florence Lati
mer. Misa Avoea McMlnnis, Mrs.
Jiurwin Hurroughs and Mrs. Koy
Harding. Mrs. Ceorge If. Alden
. ,t nut in-e. 1 to. th' linf. ami Mrs.
A lien llochl stood at t h end of the
I he line itself eonsi.sted of Dr.
rs. Honey. Miss Frances
rds. Dr. and Mrs. M. u.
v;ivt.Hi r-an and Mrs. V. M.
Ci-ickMtn and President and Mrs.
.lolm M. t'anse of Kimball Sehool
At the entrance to he dining
loom were Mrs. K. T. Barnes, Mrs.
J'lorian Von Kschen, Mrs. C. A.
Downs and Mrs. Robert J. Hen
iiri.ks. Others who were assist
ing were Mrs. Uoy Kene, Mrs,
Uobert Catke. Mrs. K. T. Brown,
Miss Winifred MMIill, Mrs. Uoy
Darding, Mrs. JL D. Burroughs,
Herman Clark and Miss Lu
Assisting in the drawing rooms
vere Miss Kdith IVnise, Mrs. J. O.
Hall. Miss Trances Virginie Mel
lon. Mrs. J. O. Goltra. Mrs. A. N.
.Moores, Mrs. F. G. Franklin, Mrs.
!,; Moine Clark. Mrs. T. S. Rob-r-rls.
Mrs. E. W. Hobson, Mrs. S.
D. Laughlin, Mrs. Robert Dann,
Mrs. N. Savage and Mrs. N. Say
The drawing rooms had been
f orated under the direction of
Mrs. Gust a v Ebsen, Miss Nina Mc
;.';iry and Mrs. Morton E. Peck,
Mrs. V. K. Kirk and Mrs. E. C.
i.ichards had charge of decora-
in the dining room.
esiding at the urns m me am-
ing room during the fiflrst hour
were Mrs. T. B. Kay and Mrs. W.
C. Hawley. Mrs. Paul B. Wallace
ami Mrs. C. P. Bishop presided
during the second hour. Assisting
vere Mrs. E. C. Richards, Mrs. W,
i:. Kirk. Mrs. Gnstav Ebsen, Mrs.
.V A. Ie and Mrs. Morton Peck:
Junior girls of the university
1 About 400 neonle were present
reception during the even
I. tiff Its Aid Circle Meets
Mrs. W. L. Lewis wili act as hos
iss for the Central circle of the
Ladles Aid of Jason Lee Memorial
church at a circle meeting )ta be
held at her hoflnv 19 Fifth
lit e, on Wednesday arternoon at
2: 30 Vlwk. i Mrs, C. F.- llage
mann and Mrs. Clark will assist
with the tea. . : t . :
Athletic Teams Entertained
The officer and teachers of the
Presbyierian Stmday school enter
tuintHl memU'rs of the basketball
:i:d baseball teams of the church
at a special chicken' pie dinner.
Friday evening. In addition to
the dinner a short program was
rendered and a regular jollifica
tion thoroughly enjoyed.
The boys present were Charles
Bachelor, Bussel Daughead, Phil
Delzell, Jack Ranage, Wayne Kai$
tola. Allien Freeman, Andy Byrd.
Willow P-nl.leree, Howard Adams.
Dwight Adams, Lester Colgan.
Francis Colgan, Harold Colgau.
Iloward Siemund, Donald Sieg
l iund. Wilson Siegmund and Scot
The Business and Professional
Women will go on a picnic Wed
nesday evening of this week. All
are requested to meet at Willson
park at B p. m. Anyone who can-
not go at that time is requested
to inform Miss Phoebe McAdatu
Auxiliary of Sons
to Hold Mwtinu
The auxiliary to the Sons of
Union Veterans of the Civil War
will meet this evening in the
rooms at the Women's club house,
4 (Jo North Cottage street. Presi
rVnt Gertrude Remington urges
every member to be present. A
large class will be initiated. This
will be the last meeting before the
convention here this month.
Isidie to Hold Festival
The ladies of St. Vincent De
Paul parish will hold a .strawberry
festival on the grounds of the
school today beginning at 5 p. m.
A . large attendance is desired.
Ilirthday Club to Meet
The Ever Ready Birthday club
will hold a regular meeting on
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Carl Ahrens of 950 Electric ave
nue. Those attending should take
the South Commercial street bus
and get off at Gervis street. The
honored guests for this meeting
will be Mrs. Aherns, Miss Doris
Strand and Mrs. Pauline Clark.
Alliance to Meet
The business meeting of the Al
liance of the Unitarian church will
be- held on June 17 at 2:30 p. m.
in the Emerson room of the
church. A large attendance is
Eastern Star Holds
Cards, sewing and other activi
ties will be features of the local
Eastern Star party to be held this
afternoon. The committee in
charge has been named as fol
lows: 'Estella Henry, chairman;
Amanda Gueffroy, Florence Herr
en, Verna Barrick, Letta Loose,
Florence Ferry, Wilmina Gleason,
Grace Johnson, Florence Purvine
Crystal Mathews and- Mayme
Class of '25 Holds
Fourteen former .members of
the class of 1925 of Wilfamette
university met at the New Salem
hotel for a reunion breakfast. The
time was spent largely in recalling
former episodes of college life in
which the class participated.
Visit in Salem
Among the many visitors here
Monday for the Willamette uni
versity commencement exercises
were Mrs. Kate P. Staples of Port
land and her niece,. Mrs. Raymond
Stewart, of Plainfleld, N. J. Mrs
Stewart -is a sister of John Bus
st 11, president of the Kappa Gam
ma Rho fraternity and member
of uWfcr&duatiiifc class.
-Today. . r. .-
Eastern" jStar party. Cards and
sewing, 2 p.m.
Junior piano pnplls of Miss
Lena Dotson In muslcale. Waller
hall. o'eftiric. ' 1 '
Child study class of A A IT W
meeting. 7L30 p. m. in Salem
tiinic office First National bank
Past Matrons Grand associa
tion. Mrs. Lillian Fleetier. North
ir.th street. Evening.
Advanced piano pupils of Miss
Lena Dotsoa n muslcale. Waller
Hall. & o'clock.
Meeting of Central circle. Ladies
Aid of Jason Lne Mettwidist church
at 2:30 pv m. 10 90 North Fifth
Miss Lena .Belle Tartar's song
recital.. Woman's club, 8 o'clock.
YWCA board meeting. YWCA
hall, 12:15 o'clock.
Rapheterian club meeting at
i7S.r Center ptreet.
Awaiting your election
Urn gorgeou aiscm-.
blage of new neckwear
fromWiUon Brothers, in
gay as well as subdued
patterns to contrast and
harmonise with your
Many oftSiese scarfs are
imported, with a distinc
tive touch of foreign color
that gives you a bit of in
dividuality in that part
of your dress in which
you take the most pride.
$1.00, $1.50 and
1 fllasonic Temple
W. F.M.S. to Meet
Mrs. 'Mason Bishop will he hos
tess to the Women's Foreign 'Mis
sionary society of Leslie Metho
dist church at 2:::0 o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon at her home.
L'tSW South Commercial street.
Mrs. Mary Smith will lead the de
votions. Mrs. A. S. Mulligan will
be lestder for the lesson, and Mrs.
Ivan Corner will lie In charge of
the May and Join- "mvsterv box.''
Miss CLapin Visits
Miss Lois Chapin. who has been
a resident of Keetlsport lor the
past year, is visiting Miss Elva
Nisson, an instructor in th; Grant
school. Both were formerly class
mates at Willamette university.
'loday they will go to Woodburn
.-. guests or Mrs. Donald tirr. a
ullege friend now residing in that
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Silrcr Bell Circle
Attends Silrerton Meeting
.Members or the- Silver Bell cir
cle and the juveniles of that circle
motored to Silverton Saturday
night where they participated in
the ceremonies whieh featured the
closing of the district convention.
Drill teams from Albany, To
ledo, Dundee, Dallas, Silverion and
Salem put on a competitive drill
before one of the largest audi
ences that ever assembled in this
district under like circumstances
The guards of different circles
wore suits of white satin trimmed
in lodge colors.
The Salem guards, composed of
eight couples, the captain, Mina
Olmsted, and flag bearer .wore
beautiful costumes of rainbow col
ors of satin back crepe, the local
team put on a complicated drill
in a very creditable manner. Their
work was letter perfect.
Mr. Blackerby, as announcer,
introduced the teams, and the cap
tains acted as commanding offi
cers over the en masse drilling
The juveniles of Silver Bell circle
put on a very clever little drill in
their clown suits and painted
much merriment. A beautiful bou
quet of pink carnations was pre
sented tp the grand guardian from
the Juvenile circle of Salem by
Miss Florence Turner making the
presentation speech. Verda Olm
stead, musician of circle 43, played
for the local drill teams. ,
Miss Case Goes on
Word has reached Salem that
Miss Flora "Case, who was head
librarian of the Salem public lib
rary for a number of years and
has many friends in this city, will
tpend this summer making a tour
of Europe. Since leaving Salem
tiiree years ago Misa Case has had
churge of the city library at La
Porte. Indiana. Upon her return
to this country in the fall she will
assume a similar position at Mlsh
awaka, Ind. x
Misa Covington Will
Tour ' Cfdifprnia '
f Miss' Maud Covington, head lib
rarian at' 'th 'Salejn public ft by
rcr will .spend a two weeks va
cation iii California, leaving here
on Wednesday of this week- She
will visit friends in various sec
tion of the state., including both
San Francisco and Los Angeles
Miss Covington has been head li
brarian here for the past three
Miss Tryor, Mr. Arpkc
The betrothal of Miss Remoh
Tryor ?nd Frederick Arpke was
ucnounced Thursday eveniug.al
the net a Chi sorority honse. Miss
Tryor is a member of the sorority
and attended Willamette univers
ity for tare- years. Her home id
in Crants Pass.
Air. Arpke belongs to the Sigma
T&u fraternity, is a graduate of
Salem high school and maintained
his residence in Salem until a year
ago, when he graduated from tne
i.niversity hvre. During th past
yjar he Mas heen a teaener at ne
public. Wash. He held a number
oi prominent positions on the Wil
lamette campus, including that of
ytl! leader during his junior year.
He was m eompanist for th men's
glee club for one year.
A. A.U. W. Class Meets
Tlie child study class of the local
branch of the American Associa
tion of Cniversity Women will
hold its regular meeting tonight
at T:.1 o'clock. The place of meet
ing has been announced as the
Salem clinic office in the First
National bank building.
v illamette (irads
A mum nee fietrottud
Of particular interest to people
in Willamette university ircles is
the announcement made Friday
evening of the engagement of Miss
Jessie Pybns of Wenatohee. and Al-
vin Hond. who for the past year
has been a member of the faculty
of Turner high school. Both
young people graduated from Wil
lamette 1 university a year ago.
The announcement was made
at dinner time at the Beta Chi
sorority house, of which Miss Py
bus is a member. She is also a
member of the Philodosian liter
ary society. Mr. Bond belongs to
the Sigma Tau fraternity.
Date of the wedding has not
Piano Recitals to
Two piano recitels by pupils of
Miss Lena Dotson are to be given
in Waller Hall this week. The
public is incited to both affairs.
This evening there will be a musi
ci'l playlet by the junior music pu
pils, the older pupils giving a sec
ond recital Wednesday evening.
Delta Phis Reunite
A large number of former mem
bers of the Delta Phi sorority were
present at an attractive tea held
at the sorority house Sunday af
ternoon. The affair is held at
commencement time every year by
the Delta Phis.
Alumni Association Tea
f Using "the lawn of the Beta Chi
sorority, the, alumni of' Willam
ette -university held an attractive
tea Monday afternoon. Mrs. F.L."
Utter, '.Miss Ruth Smith and Mis.
fiertrude Smith were in charge.
Rapheterian Club Meeting
Th:ttaphterian lubswill "meet
at the home of Mrs. Ray Smith u
Thursday of this week... Mrs
Smith's residence is located at
1TKS center street.
Gray Belle Structure
Purchased by Thielsen
Full ownership" of the building
occupied by the (IrayBelle restau
rant and confectionery, on State
street, was acquired by-P: D'. Thiel
sen bf the Kodgers Paper company
through the purchase recently of
the west half of thf property from
Curtis fa. Cross, for $3,6,750.
The purchase wasinade, as an
investment, and no changes in
buildings or tenants are contem
plated. The property covers an
area of 21x1 A'J feet, and extends
west from the alley between Lib
erty and High streets, -on State.
CKt ' t urtiiiiiu unu nciurn
' via . -.
Tickeis On Rain Jane ,11th to 18th
IWnrn Limit Jane 20th
Also $20 Week-end; on sale Friday or Saturday;
Return limit Tuesday . s
Pageant Extraordinary! i.
Stadium, Nightly,' June 13 17
Cast of- 5,000 Actors, Singer, Dancer 150 In Orchetr
PARADES AND OTHER BIG FEATURES DADLiY
r Take the OREGON ELECTRIC trains"
Leaving Salem at 7:10, lOiio a. in.; 1:05, 4:0O, 5:SO, 8:20 p. m.
Ia. F. Knowlton, Trar. Psgr.'Agt J. W. Ritciie, Agt.
SIRENS SHRIEK LOUDLY
AS LINDBERGH ARRIVES
( Ceuliinfrtt froDi vajtt 1.)
come, just" d "o'clock "trnia niornlng.
He- flew .eolo'' as h-.flewoB hl3s
great advevture orerseas and he
hind him was a convoy of 21 simi
'- At noon he dropped out of skies
in .his golden noied ptetie ' onto
Mitchell field, close by the Roose
velt field runway from .which he
took off May 20 for France.
While the escorting squadran
circled above the field, Lindbergii
transferred, as a passenger this
time, to an amphibian plane which
carried him to a landing in the
waters of New York bay at Quar
antine. There the city tug Macom
was waiting and he we at aboard,
his welcome beginning with a din
of steamer whistles as he climbed
the 4ug's sides.
On the way up the bay to the
Battery some "500 craft moved
ahead, their funnels laying down
a smoke screen which aloiest hid
the Macom from sight. Behind
were almost as many more and all
hud their whittles tied down.
Other craft all over the harbor
took up the greeting and so with
flags flying and fire boats spout
ing fountains of water in salnte,
Charles Lindbergh'sariie back to
through KEX, between 8 ' and 9
fevery Monday evening, .with-the
clang of flrejiqnga andT blowing
of sirens. At $: 30 , o'clock each
Monday night, there will be talks
by members of the fire ' 'chiefs,
convention committee. The list as
June 13. Battalion Chief Harry
Johnson; June 20, Battalion Chief
William D. Heath; June 27. City
Commissioner C. A.- Blgelow; July
4, Seond Assistant Chief James
DUlan; July 11. Jay W. Stevens;
July 18, Jactfb Kanzler; July 28,
Mayor Ba ker ; August 1 , Jay W.
J3tevens. B .
Portland Fire Fighters'
Orchestra Will Broadcast
ami Washington togetner.
Veteran "shipping men and po
ice said it was greater than the
greetings to Admiral Dewey and
General Pershing, which had been
considered the most tumultuous
Commander. Richard E. Byrd,
Polar flier who accompanied
(..indhergh in his flight today from
Washington, said that there was
nothing n all history-to compare
with this welcome,
Tt was a joyful eelehalion from
dawn io dusk, hut it was marked
by two incidents which might have
proven serious but for "Lindbergh
When the young aviator took
the air in Wanhington in an army
pursuit .plane, after discovering
that his trans-Atlantic "Spirit of
St. Louis" was not in condition,
the gasoline line ceased to func
tion. This left only a small auxil
iary tank with barely enough gas
oline to make the run but. Lind
bergh never thought of turning
back. lie switched on the aux
iliary supply. AVhen he landed
at Mitchell field he tank was al
Almost Falls From Car
The other untoward incident
happened just after he had land
ed at the Battery and started up
to City Hall. The cheering crowd
began to close in front of the car
in which he was standing to wave
to his admirers, and the chauf
fer suddenly increased the speed.
The flier was caught unaware and
10,00 hearts stood still as he was
thrown backward and almost out
of the car to the street. He was
seized by the legs and pulled back
to safety, to continue on his way,
laughing and waving to the count
Lindbergh left Washington,
where he was taken directly from
Europe on a warship, for his wel-
Clare A. Lee. state fire marshal'
announces that arrangements have
been made for broadcasting coh
certs by the Portland Fire Fight
er's orchestra and five minute
talks on phases of the forthcom
ing convention" of fire chiets, to
be held in Portland August 4th to
These, broadcasts are to be made
State Secretary Allots !
$2,522 .Mariorr Fair Fund
The secretary of state Monday
apportioned $55,533.87 among the
various counties of : the 9tate for
county fair purposes. The appor
tionment wa3 based on a one
twentteth mill; tax onkaU. assess
able proprt?.vin the .states --Mar-?'
Ion county receiVea $2,522.89.,
Ad excesa of $3662.06 over the,
flff.OUBttlhowwr Vfor Multnomah
county on- the" basis" of the ,,nf"
twentieth mill tax was divided
equally among the otlier ountles
of the Btate. The tax , was based
on taxable property aggregating.
$1.110,7.3S.85, as equalled by
the state tax commission on De
cember 30. 1926. :
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At My Office!
100 cents of every dollar paid
me for treatments by the
on this day will go for the re
lief I of the flood sufferers.
Thus in this way both are RELIEVED and YOU have an
opportunity to take part in a worthy cause. 1 earnestly
hope you'll make me work overtime. 4 -
AI1 fees turned over to Salvation Army " .
or Red Cross as per wish of patron "
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