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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 23, 1928
guests at the F. M. Kgan home
Mrs. Edson Comstorv w-.
F. E. Sylvester of Sllvertoo were
Joint hostesses at a delightful par-
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vj jumusjt nonoring Mrs
a. K. Ostergaard of Silrerton.
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"Friendship" Caravan To Be
Entertained By Cher
rians, C. of C,
two daughters were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs n- a,sv-.i
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ou renon one evening last week.
W. J. Haberly 4s planalnr to
YaKiilM V- . . . . .
stroyed by fire two weeks ago.
LOXGVIEW. March 22. (Spe
cial, Southwest Washington's
"Friendship Tour," is starting
V Monday noon with the opening
luncheon in the new Evergreen ho
tel at Vancouver, with the Vancou
ver chamber of commerce at their
. 1 a .
forum meeting, wno wui parun
pa?e in the "kick off" meeting.
the party will cross the Vancou
ver bridge and for the better part
of five days will be in Oregon.
The Portland chamber of com-
the Portland Hotel
ACTOR KNOWN HERE
Men's association will stage a din
ner Monday evening and the party
will spend the night in Portland.
The Corvallis chamber of com-
.m hm-a a lnnrheon TueB-
zne 1 " it " " ' -
day noon at the Hotel Benson, and
Tom Wise Had Relatives
Salem and Visited In
. In the afternoon a brief stop will
be made at Albany. That evening
the Salem chamber of commerce
and the Salem Cherrians are hav-
frr the Washington
lane. While a Salem they expect
to rail on Governor Patterson and
ether state officials.
The McMinnville Kiwanis club
-m ha hnta af the. citv on Wed
The Eugene chamber of com-
tiiprrp will meet the tourist
hosts" at dinner Wednesday eve-
Tfcw Cottage Grove Lion club
and chamber of commerce will
meet the caravan at luncheon
Thuf-dav at that city. President
J. c. Harding of tue itosenurg
chamber of commerce is also man
a-er of ihe hotel Umpqua. will
preside at a community dinner at
RosebiirK that evening.
On Friday the Grants Pass
chamber of commerce and the
Lions club will have luncheon
with the group, who will learn of
the Redwood highway at this im
portant junuion point. Friday aft
ernoon the iarty goes to Ashland
This is the farthest point south
the party w ill go. and after spend
ing a number of hours with the
Ashland chamber of commerce Will
return for u dinner with the Med
ford ihainbtr of commerce in the
I'r- : ier;- Pari E. Morck. Pres
ident ' f thf southwest (Washing
ton h .il M-n's association, states
Hjjui.ini, Aberdeen, Olym
Tacomii. I.ongview, and Van
are' -ending delegations
others are expected. A
-f n:a! ive group from ad
. .1 . oinmunitiea will attend
i s he ofi at Vancouver iat noon
i !ii- dinner in the evening at
i;:;!on.ij invitations have been
: I t :m Klamath Falls and
i i 1 1 r. turn by way of The
.-. Ind. California highway
roi:te is being given some
- purpose of the visit is tc
face to face the people in
on who greet the tourists on
trier way north. While It is the
fii t endeavor alonsr ' this line.it
has been greeted everywhere as a
(Lnder yesterday's date line an
Associated Press dispatch of yes
terday reads as follows:)
Broadway today mourn.H Thm
as A. Wise, Shepherd of the Lambs
club and one of the great character
aciors or the American stage
He died last night In a hotel
uoor to the cluh nf ,tiK u-
was head, from the effects of a
oroncniat and heart attack suf
The 63 year old actor had been
m railing health for a year, a
month ago he became 1H mi, -.
pearing in Chicaeo in "n-hi
w- - uvuusu tue
Dreamer, ' and returned to New
i or to recuperate.
The assayed many roles, but is
best remembered for his portrayal
sian m "The Merry Wives
of Windsor" and Senator William
II. Langdon, in "The Gentleman
irom Mississippi." nlav f hi,.h
ne was co-author. A young actor
oy me name of Douglas Fairbanks
-as a member of the cast of that
jlay when It was first produced in
ew lorit in 1908..
Wise toUred the countr- in "Tn
Old Soak" playing the part of
iem itawiey. He also made a two
.ear tour with Mrs. Minnie Mad
tern Fiske in "The Rivals."
He was born In Fannh
Kent. England. March 23. M 8155
)ut was brought to this country at
ihe age of 3, and began to earn
its own living at the age of 9. in
first appearance on the stage wa
n a variety show at Dixon, Cal
n April 1883.'
Relatives In Salem
Tom Wise, as he was familiarlv
mown, was one of the veteran
ictorg of the old school. He was
ervlng a second term as SheDherd
0 . i .
JL IOC UmD3 ClUb: thft e-rmm
vas so well pleased with his work
n that place that thev would not
lear of his stepping down from
Many Salem readers will remem
jer Mr. Wise in his last aDDear
xnce here, about two years ago
with the all star cast of "The
rtivals." He played Sir Anthnnv
bnoIute with Mrs. Fiske as Mala
)rop He often spoke of the eood
epple' he met in Salem, and he
loped to come this way again and
day in the Elsinore, of which he
leard so much.
He leaves a devoted wife, to
vhom he had been married 33
ears. He was a brother of Mrs
L J. Lightner and an uncle of Mrs
Geo. E. Dorcas and Mrs. N'ormi
Fick of Salem. Mrs. Lightner
heard from him often, and was
surprised on Tuesday evening to
receive a dispatch telling of his
dangerous illness, followed later
y a telegraphed announcement
of her brother's death, over which
he is grief stricken.
PROGRAM PI FARING snon,
l HUUimill LinUIHU fin Prirlav Ninht Prnnr.ml
Play ' Old Maids' Conven
tion" Preserved There By
Happy Hour Club
SILVERTON. March 22. (Spe-I
cial) "Dad's Quartet" of Sil-
verton will present a program at
the county Sunday school conven
tion in Salem. Friday evening at
he First Congregational church.
Members of the quartet are A. I
H. Smith, B. J. Day, I. B. Alfred
CEN'TERVIEW. March 22. I nd E. A. Booth, with Miss Helen
(Special) Friday evening. March IComstock as accompanist.
9, the Evergreen school put on a The numbers presented will be
very fine program. Tbey have aj'The Keeper of the Light." "I
school community club called the! want My Life to Tell," "Speak
Happy Hour club and the women My Lord," "Lord I Want to be a
of this organization assisted by I Christian," "Oh How Lovely is
the older grade girls put on "Anz,on" nd "Have Thine Own Way,
old Maid's Convention "! ILora.
The play, which was very suc-j
cessful, was directed by Miss Ida
Wefby, principal of the school.
THE SHORTEST STORY
'Call and answer filled the sum-l
The male 'auartet of SiIvertonlmer wrld alTout them call and
rave the-muslcnl nnmkora a .i. woman s iiome Lom-i
er negro comedy was given byJPan,on-
three boys of the district. A lunch
eon was served later. I iJjijiMVft i ajh
Roger Comstock was host FH- Tne hU1 across the valley is
day night at a pleasant party gT- stecPer before TOU e u,hero than
en at the home of his parents, Mr. "ei ,l ""." uuie " ucBuU
and Mrs. Edson Comstock.
The party was a St. Patrick's
day affair and decorations ' and
games were In keeping. The guests
were high school friends of the
Miss Lorraine Fletcher, teacher
at Centerview pnt on another suc
cessful entertainment r riaay nignt
the ascent. American Magazine.
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who 1 formerly taught at Center-
view. A lunch was served -at
nominal price and cleared Quite a
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The plans of the Wlllard Worn;
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entertainment of the County Fed
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