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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1927
A VTTOT Ik
Mrs. Brickell JIostess at
Meeting of Chapter
AB. P. E.O.
m. I Mrs. -Louise- P. Briekell was
l" hostess at the second fall meet
V Mntt of jChapter AB of P. K. O. Sis
terhood, In her home at Cheraa
Miss Grace Elizabeth Smith,
president of the chapter, , presid
ed at the business session which
F; MrW. K.fylrk ePOke teX-tfie
Jproii1taklDi Ja; ,her, subject,
tj'rtects, and Aams of P. E: 6.",
JerfVoX ' Lo Angeles,''.'-'' California
ppke briefly of. her life in the
south. - i . .-'
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. Additional guests of the chap
ter were Mrs. O. H. Lippe, wife
of the superintendent of the Che
mawa Indian school, Mrs. Kate
Brewer, and" Mrs. Mary1' Ranch
The next meeting of the dub
will be in" the form -of a Hallow
e'en costume partv to be held Oc
tober 24 at th hoW of Mrs. Mild
red Pv Flags, 1331 North Seven
The regular , .meeting ot.tne
Royal NelghlKirs" of America'! vfs
W. F. M. S. Will Meet at
Three Thirty o'clock
The-Woman's Foreign Mission-!
ary Society of the First Methoi
dlst churcn will meet ai meBome
of Mrs. J. M. Canse1 this after
noon at three thirty o'clock In
stead of tjpJiHyHifSio'iisiVr
announced The vfy2L$fe$ hSS
been made'toetumtfrf the itinera)
services of Mrs. JB. M. Vandervort
which will be held ftt jtbatj&onr.
"Mother" VandCTyotj4sone f,
tne oiaest memDers-joi ;jnt; aux
iliary. 'Mrs. Wilson- Will Entertain
Kensin gton llu b . ;
Members of the Kensington
flub wilj be entertained Thursday
afternoon at the home of "Mrs. Ot
to J. Wilson, 1336 State Street.
Miss Vinton and James Rick
ard Married in Portland
The marriage of Miss Ruth
Vinton and James Rickard of
North Howell was solemnized
Sunday, Octiber 9, at-high noon
In the First United Brethern
Church of Portland. The single
ring sertjce Jas read Ty Ray. C.
W. Corby., i , ., ! ;
The bride wcrea wedding dress
of rose crepe de chine and carried
4 show,er bouquet of pink carna
tions and roses-
Miss Mary Vinton was her sis
ter's , maid ; of honor. She wore
blue crepe de chine and carried
Mr. Rickard acted as best man.
A reception at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. G.
W. Vinton, followed the service.
After a short wedding trip the
young couple will return to North
Howell to make their home.
Standard Bearers Class Will
Meet This Evening
"The Standard Bearers Class of
the First Methodfst 'Church will
meet this evening at seven thirty
o'clock at the home of Mrs. II. M.
Durkheimer, 165 South Fifteenth
Miss Eugenia Savage will have
tfhfcrge. of the devotions and,? Miss"
fcat'h&r Litde. the lesson.
Mrs! Albert Hisey who . attend
ed the branch meeting recently
ei ISeaUleviWill give a re
oii Vt ttti youiig people's work
dlcusmd, atthe "convention."
Miss Esther Cook is chairman
of Kthe?xefreshment committee.
" ; . ...
Ms.. Albert Will Entertain
The Thursday Afternoon Club
will be entertained at the home
of Mrs. J. H. Albert, 1089 Court
Streti Mrs. Charles K. Spauld-
ing and Mrs. W. E. Kirk will be
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. ELSINORE THEATER
First Time at Popular Prices
j Wedding of 31) ss ucIle Moore .
a4cl XS&jdnei "Knapp jit high; noon.
v;' f V M. Sj f- First etj&oilst
chnreh. Mrs. John M. Canse; Kim
ball college, hosteBs.' JhSO O'clock.
Ladies' Auxiliary of Veterans of
Foreign Wars, t Mrs. Oeorge . E.
Lewis. 1180 North 'Winter ktreet,
hostess. ' i
, General .reception for all tea
chers. Leslie Junior High School
W. II.! M. S. of Jason Lee
M. ! E. Church. f Mrs.. Mary Mohr.
694 N. 20 St., hostess, 2:30 o'
clock. Golden Hour Club. Ofte o'clock
luncheon. Mrs. Carle Abrams.
W. H. M. S. Leslie M. E.
Church. Mrs. Mason Bishop,
1350 S. Commercial St., hostess.
Card Party, sponsored by St
Monica's Altar Society. St. Jo
eeph's Hall Playingr will begin at
Swiet Briar Club. Mrs. M. C.
Pefteys, "Wallace Road, - hostess. .
Reception In honor of Rev.
dnd Mrs. S- tarlow Johnson. Les
lie Church, 7 : 3 0 . o'clock.
North Salem W. C. T. U. Mrsi
Mary.Wooton, 2255 N. Church St
hostess 2 o'clock.
Salem O. A. C. Club. Woman's
Club-house. 8 o'clock.
Barbara Freitchte Sewing Clubi
Mrs. Pi L. Waters, 1599 State St.
Eveready Birthday- Club. Mrs
Julia Strand, 241 S. 16 St. host
Thursday afternoon club. Mrs;
J. H. Albert. 1089 Court St. host
ess. " ; i"
Capitol , Assembly, No. 84,
Rummage Sale, given ;by Con
gregational Church. 226 N. Liber
Demonstration Of Moore Funda
mental school ' of music". First
Evangencai effdrth.--TJefilefr a,n4'
Liberty streets. 7:30 o'clock.
Rummage 1 by Ladies' AM
society of Iirst Methodist church,
4 60 Ferry street.
. Brush : College Commtmlty
Club. School house. 7:30 o'clock.
Aubunn Community Club. El
ection of officers. 8 o'clock.
Rummage Sale by ladies of
Congregational Church. 226 N.
Wistaria Dancing Club. Castil
ian Hall. 8 o'clock: . .
Rummage sale. Ladies' Aid of
First M. E. Church. 460 Ferry
A. A. U. W. Gray-Belle. 12:30
o'clock. Reservations, call Mrs. W.
Rummage Sale by ladies of
Congregational Church. .226 N.
Liberty St. j- y
Regular meeting, Wy R. C. Me
Cornack Hall. 2 b'clock.
praerfuiect ijompumejiiea. iv
NorB. ;whd5e"llnarri&ge to GtofdoBi
Bartm tie solefifill odV
Mrs. btUkiHoppes d- Blra. X P?
A sh;oweT was given" for MfealMpHeneon entertained .one even-
Vivian Nelson whose marriage
to Charles Ellis of Dallas will be
ing IasCweek with a miscellany
: Oua. shower." ' '!
ali evtnt of Saturday iefatq5a, Th living rooms of the Hoppeaj
Immediately following the busi
ness session. t
Musical numbers were given
by Peal Lickiss, Ida TUeCullough,
Virginia Ahalt, Mina SaupderS.
and Mary Aplin.
A "Cypsy wedding' was the .fe
ature of the evening. The fol-.
lowing were members of the wed
Mrs. Sarah Peterson, minister;
Ida McCulioagh, bride; Mina
Saunders, groom; Mrs. Arnold-
home were very attractive with
baskets of gladioli and dahlias. (
, Miss Korb received many love-1
ly and useful gifts.
The hostesses were assisted at
tbe tea hdnr by Miss Eulalia Lind-i
The guest group included: the
honor guest. Miss Korb: Miss1
.Gladys Flesher. Miss Marlowe Mil-j
ler, Mrs . J. W. La Bare. Mrs4
David Korb. Mrs. Amos Barker.
Afrai K"AthHnft Korb. Mrs. W.. Vi
.Te8, Virginia Ajan Linlseyt MrB. Homer Harrison
maids; and Pearl Lickiss,' best
man; -. . -
Refreshments were served at
the close of the' evening by Sar-
ah Peterson, Azzl Hisxon, Pearl
Mrs. Carl Scttaefer. Mrs. - Frank
Martin, Mrs. WilburMcCuhe. Misd
Olive Biirnard Miss Vera McCune,;
Miss Jessie McCOne. Miss Eulalia
Lindsey, Mir s Mabel Harrison j
Lickiss, Ida McCnilough, Virginia iMisA Gfac& Welborn, Miss Myra
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Re- 1
are" receiving th congrattHatloria,
oi their friends rtoa the .bjitth f
St son, Oetober i,-6t in Portland,
.Whom they have . yarned Charlefj
W. H, M. S. Will Meet
The Woman's Home Missionary
Society of the Leslie Memorial
church will meet at 2:30 o'clock
this . ..afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Mason Bishop, 1350 South
Ahalt. Mina Saunders, and, Mrs.
The dining hall was decorated,
with baskets of bright autumn
leaves and vari-colored flowed
Semi-Anmial Session of Mar
ion County Council of Patents
and Teachers " :'
The semi-annual session of- the
Marion County Council of Par
ents and Teachers -was held last
Saturday at McLaughlin school.
Mrs. Specht of Silverton, presi
dent of the organization; presid
1 The progratri' consisted of mla
sical numbers and.f report of
the. National Convention, held a
OaklandTat JuneJ. given by. Mcs.
Jt-obd of Stay ton. ' .
It -was decided to hpld an Insti-t
tuts in the near future ftr those
Interested in-parent-teacher, work,
Mrs: Wobd will he" in charge of
HousetGvest at l
Kimball Home )
After visiting for the past fort
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs
S. P. Kimball. Mrs. J. M. Morgan
left Monday for her home' in'Star
buck, Washington. j.
Mr. and Mrs. Kimball and their
guest spent the past week-end $t
the beach. i
Mrs. Abrams Hostess at -j
Golden Hour Club Meeting J,
Mrs. Carle Abrams will be hos
tess in her home at 1465' Cheme-
keta Street at' the one o'clock
luncheon meeting of the Golden
Gleeson, Miss Ruth Gilmore, Miss
Gladys Lai Bare, Miss Laura Yan
tis.' Miss Clarice. Ritchie, and the
hostesses Mrs. Hoppes and MrsJ
"A. A. U. W. Will Meet at
tpe Gray Belle Saturday
.The regular October meeting
Of the American' Association of
University Women will be held
at twelve-thirty o'clock next Sat-
urday at the Gray Belle. h
Miss Olive Dahl, dean of womj'
pn at WHlame.tte University will
be the speaker. ' : )
' " The 4 e jJeeutlv v'com msttee haai
elected Mrs. W. W. Baura as eec-
retary. Reservations for thetlun-;
chfeom must be made- "'not later,
than 'Friday evening - with " Mrsi
BaTO telephone1 222. '
Anyone who wishes to beepme.
a . member of the association
should QQmmunicae with Mrsj ,L.
F. Cronemlller, chairman of fthei
merwbersMp "committee, by - Cele
phoning' 16 35 M or calling 'at her;
home. 16 60. South Winter StreetJ
EienReady Birthday Club
WiUMeet at Strand Home
Members of the Ever-Ready
Birthday Club will be entertained!
Thursday afternoon, at the home;
of Mrs. Julia Strand, 241 South
Sixteenth Street. Mrf. Lizzie Smith
will assist Mrs. Strand.
W. R. C. Will Meet
p" The regular meeting' of htet
Woman's Relief Corps will be held!
in McCornack Hall Saturday aft
Dinner. Honors. Dr-
Members of the Y. K. K. Class
of the f'ifst Method iy t Church en
tertained ItfondaytvenfoTe irith?k
dinner' in honor of -Dr. -J D. Mc-
Cormi?k and his oni Kenneth Mc
Cormlck; who have r recently re-
turfaed from a tour; bt the ' j holy
land. V-s '? " '
The long tables were arranged
to form a square' and were center
ed wjth autumn floweTs anJ deep
rose tapers; Covers were placed
for the honor guests. Dr. McCor
mick and Kenneth .' McCormlck,
Dr. and Mrs. P Cl Taylor, Emmet
Welling, Marhl Welling, LEUen
Nelson,: Leonard Nelson, Ralph
Kletzing, Helen Kletcing, Ada
Lee Lloy Lee, Paul Actonj, Ser
enaj Acton, ' Margaret twls,
George -Lewis, Klonale McMWil
lanj Harold McMillan, Foster, Od
om. Blanche Odom, Margaret
Sutherland, Mr, and Mrs. Shanks,
Annette Lang, Fred Lang, Martha
Steeves, Carl Miller, Ruth Miller,
Waldo Marsters, Lorena Marsters,
Loia Scott, Harry Scott, Knafflei
Haynes; Loriana Haynes, Muriel
Curry, Marion Curry, Ruth Pow
ell, Oscar Powell, arid Gertrude
Paul Acton, president of the
class, acted as toast master. The
address of welcome was given by
Margaret Lewis. Short talks
were also given by Dr. P. C. Tay
lor, H. F. Shanks, and Margaret
Ada Lee and Kenneth McCor
mick each played a piano solo.
Dr. McCormick spoke very in-
tereatlngly jut, brief ly.tjjf, this
Yisrt to the Holy Land -"liTany'pwefenterte
that Dr. McCormlck had"; seen
ert ':p -Lewla, j'4f ormer Salenj
Dpyj wmiQ lo.upng m p rance Mr
Lewis'isnow a guard at the Am
erican Soldier's Cemetery at Bel
)ean Woods, France. .
Solent O. A. C. Club Will
Have First Fall Meeting
The Salem O. A. C. Club will
hold Its first fall meeting Thurs
day evening at eight o'clock in the
The'execuflref board of the club
Is planning the entertainment for
the evening Mrs. A. E. Cum
mings is chairman of the refresh
ment .committee and her assist
ants will be Mrs. G. P. Chambers,
Mrs. H. H. -Bond, Miss Marjorie
Blake. Miss Catherine Barhyte
nd Miss Zelma Busch.
All graduates and former stu
dents of Oregon Agricultural Col
lege are invited to attend. "
Synod Meeting Closes in
Portland, Today .
The ninth annual congress of
the Woman's Synod ical Nationl
and Fiorelgn Missionary Society
of the Synod of Oregon will close
with a luncheon at twelve thirty
o'clock today. Dr. Harold Leon
ard Bowman will be the speaker.
Election and intallatio not off!
cers for the coming year will pre
cede the luncheon.
The session opened Monday
morning with registration and a
meeting of the ' synodical officers,
A dinner in honor of the young
peopewaa,. given in t he ..even in
Speakers for the first evenii
werePreirG- ' Mitchell,' superl
tendent of. Ganado Mission., Gsn
do ;Aritona,i arid Mrs. Barnes. Du
Hid' field jaecretary of the bKii
oc ioreign missions.
Greetings from the Presbyter!
presidents k ana , synodical seer
taries and appointment of,commi i
tees, were i scheduled for Tuesdr
morning and simultaneous eo,
ferencef 'I lead by the pres'ldei
Mrs; A. W. Blackburn, Mrst Ralr
Mort, Mrs. Douglas ' Bates;' ar
Mrs. Joha Wakefield, were fe
tured at the afternoon session.
A play J written and present
by Rer.iC. B. Porter, of Uni.
Church and a-program of mus
by. MrsJ Annie Mathison Aver
Mrs: Mae Tiffany Leland. and Mr
Lillian Gould Bates, was the e'
teratnment offered last evening.'
I i. ''i - -; ;v. i Li- ,
Mr. -and M rs. McMillan
Guests I From Portland -
. Mrsi Crawford!-Newcomb ente
tained Surnday morning in h
home on the Fatrmount Hill wil
a breakfast party in honor of h
week-end I guests, Mr. . and , Mr
Stephen; McMillan ; of - Portlan.
Additional guests were Mr. an
Mts. Frederickj tt. Thielsen, Mb
Helen Rodolf, and Miss Lc
Thompson. : ' J ?. v . '
St. Monica's Altar Society :
Will Sponsor Card Party .
, St. Monica's Altar Society -sponsoring
a card party this e
ening ili St. Joseph' hall; Chen
(Continued on pee 4.)
It Will Announce the Formal Opening of
New Home V
Open Night and Day
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Center and Liberty St.
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1 some Parlor furnace made espefprwad; f J .
; but will burn coal or briquetf
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to late tea. ' ' '-. I
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