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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
. WEDNDAY MORNING, JUNE 15,! 1927-
By Rozella Bunch
Daughters of American
Revolution Observe t lag ,
aw lr"nv Install Officers
Observnace of Flar day and the
installation of officers made up
the program of yesterday's meet
ijig of the Daughters of the Amer
ican Revolution, which was held
at the home of Mrs. Seymour Jones
an the River Road. A picnic
lhncheon at 1 o'clock, was served
on the porch and lawn of the
fauntry, home. ' .
i The Flag day program,, annu
ally given by the group,' was feat
Cifo this year by a reading, "The
vkiifinr nf th FlaK." eiven by
James G. Heltzel. and a vocal
solo" by Mrs. Molly Styles.
i ' Mrs. Seymour Jones, past state
regent, presided at the installa
tion. Those installed were Mrs.
S Homer Goulet to succeed Mrs. C.
C. Clark, who has held the office
j of chapter regent for the past two
jears; Mrs. W. H. Byrd, vlce
' regent; Ruth Rulifson, secretary;
j- Mrs. J. G. HelUel, treasurer; Miss
I Morris, registrar; Mrs. W. E. Han-
sen, librarian, and Mrs. Blanche
i Fa kin director.
Those attending yesterday's
I meeting from Chemeketa chapter,
which now Includes both Salem
and Dallas members of the orgaal-
Sat ion, were Ida R. Scofield Fargo,
Blanche Eakin, Mrs. .Harry TV
kove, Mrs. Angella Hoi mstro in
Mrs. Frances Conhell, Mrs. CC.
fcest, Wilma E. Orr, Mrs. W. H.
yrd, Mrs. C. B. Sundkeg, Mrs.
Jiomer Goulet, Mrs. Karl Steiwer,
Jluth Rulifson, Mrs. Caroline Un
derbill. Mrs. James G. Heltael,
lrs. La Moine R. Clark, Lillian G.
i -vifplegate. Marguerite Lqoney,
rs. J. Lyman Steed. Mrs. Joseph
Sibley, Mrs. Charles C. Camp-
L7H1, Mrs. Cora E. Boyer, JNma
VicNary, Mrs. W. T.StoIz. Helen
Jtchfield, Mrs. Bertha M. Mars,
Ssther Morris, Mrs. Harriet Jeane
Jtcipelnian. Mrs. Mollie Styles, Ola
Clark. Mrs. Roy Mills, Mrs. Al-
on Hurley, Mrs. Hoffnell, Mrs. A.
Hurley, Mrs1. Lewis Mills, Mrs.
C. Dyer, Mrs. U. G. Shipley and
airs. Seymour Jones.
Guests attending the luncheon
and program from other chapters
vere Mrs. Fred B. Sackett, Mrs.
Walter C. Miller, v Mrs. Jesse T.
Irvine, Mrs. J. L. Shumaker, Mrs.
H B. Cartlidge, Mrs. E. C. Apper
s n and Mrs. James Kurwood of
the Y Viitf chapter of McMinn
ciile: jf- Isaac Lee Patterson of
the afuhnomah chapter of- Port
i. i d and honorary member of Che
n cketa chapter; Mrs. Evelyn H.
Hoover of Roseburg, Mrs. O. P.
Hoff of Multnomah, Bertha M.
(.uffin of Tuscon, Ariz., and Miss
J sephine Turner and Mrs. C. F.
Turner, visitors. . ,
i regents' pins should be presented
ry a feature of yesterday's pro-
ram, but because. or tneir xaiiure
o arrive, tne presentation win
t?Xe place at a future meeting of
Kenneth Allen to be
Presented in Recital
French and Italian songs, negro
spirituals, modern compositions,
md character songs make up the
iMiuHuai repertoire of Kenneth Al
len. 18 year old Salem tenor who
wiljJm presented in recital by Miss
MiJfietta Magers at. the FirBt Bap
tint church Friday evening, June
17. r ... I
The young singer has made him-1
self one of the best known of the
younger musicians of the state.
appearing in many programs in!
"Kin oaicQi Bq -uriiauu, nw
vjis formerly soloist with the
"Whitney boys' chorus, and is well
known as a radio performer. When
J M-vf n years old he appeared be
fore eastern musicians, and his
clear soprano voice was used in
He was a member of this year's
)' graduating class of Salem high
jrtioo, where he has been presi-
ent of the student body for the
f year, and at recent conven-
I of high school student body
punt;!, neia at tne universuy oi
Oregon, he was elected president
oi thf state association of student
body presidents for the coming
year. He plans to enter the Uni
versity of Oregon in the fall.
Miss Mildred Roberts, violinist,
and Clarence Wenger, pianist, will
-pist Mr. Allen Friday " evening.
Mr. Wenger will give two piano
solos, and Miss Roberts will play
Special .fare on
pedal allcoach trains
everyTucsday and Fri
day. Speed, comfort,
safety. Low cost menu
in diner and lunch car.
Leave here 11:43 a in.
Arrive San Francisco
10:30 sunW next day
City Ttekrt CKflo, 4S4 ' M.
Ubrty. Fboaa So
a .group of solos' and violin obli
Methodist Ladies Aid,
Circlek MeeV Today' .
Seven circles of the L idles Aid
society of the First Methodist
church will meet-' today l and are
scheduled as follows:
South central Mrs. Yarnell,
south Pacific, highway, ; at 2:30
o'clock. Families are invited lor
a picnic supper.
West central Mrs.. Louisa
Koon, 465 Marion.
East central Mrs. W. T. Rig
don, 299 North Winter.
Southeast Mrs. E. C. JarmOn,
Yew Park Mrs. Shade and Mrs
Davie, 796 South High, with a
pot-luek lunch at noon.
Naomi -circle, will meet at the
church parlors at 4 o'clock, and
families are'. Invited for supper.
Lucy Ann circle Mrs. . F. A.
Legge, 1499 State. The circle will
go to Graber's parlc for a picnic,
and the families' are invited for
Miss Levy Presents
Violin Students !m Recital
Miss Elizabeth! Levy presented
her violin students and violin
choir in recital last evening at the
First Congregational church. The
three numbers in ' four-part har
mony., given by the violin choir of
16. students under the direction of
Miss Levy, came as an interesting
feature at the close of the even
Those comprising the choir are
Fay Irvine, June Director,,. Aileen
Ryan. Yvonne Pickell, Mildred
Thompson, Dorothy Singleterry,
Barbara Walker, Margaret Hogg,
Norma Greene,. Margaret Ryan,
Joyce ... Phelis Katherine McLinn
Wolley Hortense Taylor, Anna Ed-
iger and Ruth Dickinson Fuller.
The programAfollows: .
The Corn Gift.'.:.- Mattingale
La Cinquantaine.... -Gabriel-Marie
Barcarolle, from "Tales of Hoff
Tommy Settlemler, Keith
La Paloma Yradier
. Dorothy Singleterry.
Russian Lullaby Zamecnik
H or tense Taylor.
Melody in XF 1 Rtfbenstein
Cavalleria Rusticana Mascagni
Ave Maria Bach-Gounod
Duet, Herd Girl's Dream.
Minuet in G -Beethoven
Margaret and Aileen Ryan.
Robin's Lullaby Krogman
The Little Patriot Krogman
Melody of Love . Engleman
Orientate -. Cui
Katherine McLinn Pankalla.
Elves Dance, moto perpeto..Jenks
Prieslied from "The Meister-
Midnight Bells Hueberger-
Coin Home, Largo.......... Dvorak
Rosetta Maham Wooley.
Violin choir (four-part har
In ona group are straw, Etere.are soft sport silk yj J.
braid and'silk combinations. hats ' in the .pasjfcel shades - i isR
Green blue .. lavender, and.nnn ;
black f orm the array of col- placed in most original : ' td
prs. style. - 4
(a) Minuet - . . Bach
(6) Intermezzo Pizzicato. JCe'ur
( c) Caprice yiennoisr..Kf eisler
AccompanisU". for" the e yenin g
were Mildred Jaeger, Ruth Ful
ler and Katherine Sibley, pfano,
and Mi3S Jaeger,' orgah.
Miss Chandler Is
Miss Gertrude Grace Chandler
of Albany has been the house guest
of Mr. and 'jfrs. Charles Hudkins
for the past week.
Return From Trip
to Southern Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Crain
and their daughter, Barbara, have
returned from their two weeks'
trip through southern Oregon,
where they spent the greater part
of the time visiting Mr. Crain's
parents in Klamath Falls. The
trip was made by motor.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Johnston Visit From Condon
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Johnston
and son Dale of Condon, Oregon,
have been Salem visitors at the
home of W. . Johnston. The
two families motored to Corvallis
Sunday, where Mr.' Johnston, bet
ter known on the campus at "Pat,"
renewed old campus acquaintance
ships. He was a member of the
1915 graduating 'class of O. A. C.
and was affiliated with Alpha Tau
Omega. Mrs. Johnston (Dorothy
Tassmore) was a member of Al
pha Chi Omega sorority. The fam
ily motored to Portland yesterday!
where they will visit before re-!
turning to their home in Contn
Leaves for Summer
Mrs. W. Y. Richardson left last
week for Salt Lake City where she
will spend the summer months
visiting with her son Paul K. Rich
ardson. Dorothy Morton
Miss Dorothy Morton of Vic
toria, B. C, and former piano stu
dent of Marjorie Walked, local
teacher of piano, voice and stage
craft, recently won the gold medal
for the highest marks in the open
pianoforte solo, donated by the Do
minion Academy of Music, and the
Wilis Piano challenge cup, offered
for the highest marks in all piano
classes, at the Victoria Musical
Festival. After three years of
study with her first teacher. Miss
Morton took up the Virgil Clevier
method under Mrs. Walker. Of
late years she has been studying
the same method under Miss Mar
In Portland Yesterday
Mrs. S. Levy and her daughter,
Miss - Elizabeth Levy, were Port
land visitors yesterday.
To Sail for Honolulu
Mrs. -Lewis Ralph Jackson of
Honolulu, mother of Miss Dorothy
Jackson, who is graduating from
Willamette university this year.
has been a Salem visitor during
the commencement season. She
will leave for Seattle Thursday
with her daughter on their return
to Honolulu where Miss Jackson
expects to be engaged in YWCA
work. After a ten-day stay in
and about Seattle where they will
visit Rainier National park and
other points of interest, Mrs. Jack
son and her daughter will sail
from there for the islands.
Mrs. Mason Bishop Is Hostess
Members of the women's for
eign Missionary society of Leslie
Methodist church will be enter
tained by Mrs. Mason Bishop at
Past Matrons" Grand assocla
tion. Mrs. LiUian Fleener, North
15th street. Evening.
. Advanced piano pupils of Miss
Lena Dotson in musicale. Waller
Hall, 8 o'clock'.'
Meeting of Central circle. Ladies
Aid of Jason Lee Methodist church
at 2:3t p. m. 1090 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
1785 Center street.
The Brier Rose circle fit Knight
Memorial Church will sponsor an
old-fashioned strawberry1 festival
at the church Friday evening.
Chapter B of the PEO will meet
at the home of Mrs. Mabel Temple
in West Salem.
.United Artisans open meeting,
McCornack hall, 8 o'clock. Pro
gram in commemoration of Flag
Liberty Women's club will meet
in the Community hall at 2 o'clock.
An interesting program has been
planned and all women of the com
munity are invited to attend
2:30 o'clock this afternoon in her
home at 1350 South Commercial
street. Mrs. A. S. Mulligan will
lead the discussion of the lesson
and Mrs. Mary Smith will have
charge of the devotions. Mrs. Ivan
Corner will be in charge of the
May and June mystery box.
Miss Tartar to
A cordial invitation is extended
the public to attend an interesting
song recital at the Salem Woman's
club Thursday evening at 8:30
o'clock. Eleven vocalists from the
studio of Lena Belle Tartar will
be presented. They are Josephine
Albert, Fred Btumhart, Neva
Cooley, Lucile Cummings, Billy
Cooper, Mclba Davenport, Eugenia
Flsch?r. Jewell Gardner, Rena
Hartley, Mildred Mulkey and Lil
Lucile Cummings, - Lois Plum
mer, Mary Cupper and Claudia
Lewis will serve as accompanists.
Visits -in Portland
Mrs. Harold S. Hughes is spend
ing the Rose Festival week in
Portland as the house guest of her
Leaving for California
Miss Maude Covington of the
Salem public library is leaving
today for California where she
will spend the greater part of her
two weeks' stay in Los Angeles and
Planned for Friday
The Interdenominational Mis-
sionary council will meet at the
Leslie M. E. church June 17 at
1:31 p. m. for a program to con
sist of music and instructive talks.
Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick wiU give
a review of'rrThe Christ of, the In
dian Road, a book that has been
causing considerable discussion of
late, and Miss Gertrude Eakin and
Mrs. II iff will discuss and answer
questions regarding" the work car
ried on among the Indian students
at Chemawa. ' 1
Irs. D. H. Talmadge. Mrs.
Shatk and Mrs. Molly Styles will
give solos during the' afternoon,
and Miss Nona McNary will lead
Sewing Club Meets Today
The Barbara Frietchie Sewing
elub will .meet at the South 12th
street home of Mrs. C. M. Lock
wood this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mrp. Emerson Is
Guest From Los Angeles
l. Ars." Latifa A. Emerson of Los
Angeles will be the house guest
6t Mrs. A. L. Brown for several
Voice, Stagecraft, and
Piano Pupils in Recital
The pupils of Jessie F. Bush and
Marjorie M. Walker were present
ed in two recitals on June 6 and
13 at their residence studio, 1363
South Commercial street.
Those participating in the junior
recital, - June 6, and representing
the three departments of voice,
stagecraft, and piano were Gwen
dolyn and Frederick Hertzog,
Carlton Boehringer, Brenice Can-
linger, Philip Martin Rosemarie
Corey, John Van Osdol, Pauline
Drager, Martha Louise Krieken
baum. Norma5- Speck, Margaret
Smart, John Krauss, Dorothy Da
mon, Russel Scott, arolyn Hunt,
Vera Jean Huber. Jean Hewitt,
Mildred Clark, Bernice Schafer,
Rex Rhoten. Dorothy Schirmer.
Dorothy Kibbe, Cleone Casement,
Flavia Downs. Betty Martin and
Jack and William Bush, senior
pupils, gave readings.
Senior students presented last
night were Betty Martin, Gwendo
lyn Hunt, Flavia Downs, William
and Jack Bush, Frederick Hert
zog, Melba Hodge Esther Wood,
Ruth Falk, Rachel Pemberton,
Doris McAllister, Katherine Earl
Assisting on the program were
Miss Aiii Brunstrom, soprano of
Hoquiam. Wash., and Genevieve
Junk, reader of this city.
FLAG HONORED BY ELKS
IN IMPRESSIVE SERVICE
(Continued on page 7.)
mony which followed.
Led by the Australian national
band, the Elks' parade was an im
pressive procession, with the na
tional colors prominently display
ed. Following the- band came two
troopb of Boy Scouts, troup 2 and
troop! 6". of the Jocal area, with the
colors and colbr guard; then the
BIks in double file, with the offi
cers in the lead and each member
carrying a small flag. Midway of
tbe lodge procession came the
Elks'' band, which also had a share
in providing music for the occa-
When Glasses Are
"APPEAL TO O'NEILL''
Dr. G. B. O'Neill
First National Bank Banding
sion, and after the iodge members,
the' American Legion drum and
bugle corps 'marched and took its
turn at playing for the marching
procession. ! ;r ' '
Crowds Turn Out
All of the downtown eorpers and
the streets ; between intersections
were lined 'with people who turned
out to honor he flag and the Elks
as a patriotic organization.
At the lodge temple, the annual
Flag day address ' was delivered
by Judge Harry H, Belt of the
state supreme court. Respect to
the flag, he emphasized, means
more than standing at attention
with bared head when the colors
pass by;, it meane .Joyalfy. at. all
times, and it also means tolerance
and adherence to the nation's prin
ciples and institutions, and oppo
sition to any influence which tends
The eulogy to the flag was de
livered by Harold H Eakin, and
the ritualistic service- Was con
ducte'd by the officers of the lodge!
Patriotic songs were presented by
the Harmony quartet, members, of
which are H. I. Pearson. first ten
or; E. H. Leach, second tea6r;"Dr
L. E. Barrick baritone and J. J
Moritz bass. Lyman' McDonald
sang a solo, with' Mrs. McDonald
August Huckestein was chair
man of the .committee, which had
charge of the parade and ritualis
tic observance of the' day. . 1
The Elks in the parade included
a large percentage of the Salem
?iem.bers. and numerous members
rom other towns in the district.
On the platform during .the ser
vice in the lodre room was John
Knight, who in 1896 was the first
exalted ruler of the Elks lodge
here. .. .
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