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Rr Hartman, Mrs. Fred i Brock.
Urm Ben Pound. Mn. A. C. F.
Parry. Mrs. C. S. Hamilton, Miss
Margaret Schumacher, M r a.
Cluuies Bowen,- Mrs. E. H. Ken
nedy. Miss Marian White or Port
land; and Mrs. McDervett. Mrs.
Mark Bowen, Mrs. Patterson and
lira, Wahner all of Corrallis.
The bridge prizes were won by
Mm, Fred Brock and Mrs. Rex
Baskets of lilacs and tulips were
arranged about the living rooms
and on the tea table. Mrs. E. F.
Smith and Mrs. Irrin assisted the
hostess In serving.
Vested Choir of Knight Mem
orial Church Gives
The vested choir of Knight Mem
orial church . sang a concert of
sacred music this evening in the
church auditorium, beginning at
Donald J. Allison, organist
contributed three organ numbers:
"Adagio" (Beethoven); "Lato."
(Handel); and "Marche Romaine"
The following program will be
"O Thou Almighty One" ....Petrie
Incidental solos, Leonard Chad
wick. Mrs. Taylor
"Out in the Fields" Bliss
Two-part women's chorus
"Gain' Home" Dvorak
-Trust Ye In the Lord" Petrie
Obligato solo, Mrs. Taylor
Violin solo Selected
"Jesus, Thy Children Keep" .
Incidental solo, Mr. Meade
Dr. Ozora S. Davis, president of
the Chicago Theological Seminary,
and Moderator of the National
Council of Congregational church
es of America delivered an ad
dress following the concert.
Afternoon Affair at Reed
Rowland Home an Event
of the Week
Mrs. Reed Rowland. Mrs. Edwin
Armstrong, and Mrs. William Gos
ser entertained with an attractive
tea Wednesday afternoon in the
Rowland home on Leslie street.
One hundred and twenty-five
guests called between the hours o:
three and five-thirty o'clock
Lilacs, tulips, iris and deroni
rnm in lovely combinations decor
ated the living rooms. A bowl oi
spring flowers in shades of yellow
and rose and tall tapers in silvei
holders centered the tea table.
Mrs. E. H. Kennedy cut ices and
Mrs. George Nelson presided at the
serving urns for the first hour of
the afternoon. They were succeed
ed later by Mrs. Laban Steeves and
Mrs. Merrill Ohling.
Miss Bertha Babcoek, Miss Cyn
thia Delano, and Miss Isobei
George assisted in servinc.
Mrs. Karl Becke, Mrs. E. C.
Charlton and Mrs. Earl Paulsen as
sisted about the living rooms.
Musicale Given Recently by
Students of Miss Elma Weller
An Interesting musicale, of the
pact week took place at the residence-studio
of Miss Elma Weller,
CSS North Liberty street, when,
atlas Weller presented a group 01
her advanced piano students in re
ItaJ. The assisting artist for the eve
ning was Mrs. R. H. Robertson,
soprano. Miss Lucille Ross accom
panied Mrs. Robertson.
The program included the fol
"Sonata Op. 2, No. 1" ... Beethoven
(a) "Adieu to the Piano"
(e) "Little Bird" Grieg
"Birds are Singing" Thomas
Mrs. Jean Pearcy
"Second Valse" Goddard
Barbara Barham Loree Barham
(a) "Catch Me If You Can"
(br "Important Event" Schumann
(e "Knight of the Hobby Horse"
"The Year's at the Spring" Beach
Mrs. Jean Pearcy
"I Love the Spring" Terry
"Polonaise-A Major" Chopin
Barbara Barham Virginia Bright
Artnur Boeschen Lore Barham
Institutions Department of
Woman's Club Will Spon
The Institutions department of
the Woman's club, of which Mrs.
S. M. Endicott is general chairman
will sponsor several programs in
observance of Better Muai wtov
Wednesday evening. May 9. the
aiasic section of the Salem Arts
League, under the direction of
1 Mrs. Martin F. Ferrey will present
a program at the Girls' Industrial
Kuthvn Turnev of the rhomawa
Indian school Is arranging a pro
gram to be given by the students
A croun of the violin iurfnt.
f Miss Elisabeth Levy will play
a concert at the Boys' Training
icnool at Woodburn, Thursday eve
alag, May 10.
Regular Meetiug of Christian
Young People s Union
The regular meeting of the
Christian Young People's Union
ae held Monday evening at the
r. m. c. a. i
A short business session preced
ed the supper which war served at
fcs-tblrty o'clock. A program which
included a talk; by Miss Esther
Lisle, was enjoyed later.
Flans were made at the meeting
'or a picnic to be held la the near
Week-End Guest From
Miss Rosalie . Jones spent
the week-end la Salem with her
Btather, Mrs, W. A. Jones, and her
aunts, Miss Mabel-Cralghton and
Mrs. W H. Dane?. Miss Jones Is
student at Oregon State College,
Corrallis, j "; -
Faculty of Leslie Junior,
High School Presents
The Wednesday noon urogram
at Leslie Junior high school was
presented by members of the iac
ulty before an appreciative audi
ence. The following numbers were
given: reading, Mrs. LaMoine R
Clark; vocal solo. Miss Gretchen
Kreamer, accompanied by Mrs.
Hanna: a dance. Miss Echo Bal-
derree; and a violin solo, played
by Miss Ruth Hopson. accompan
ied by Miss Balderree.
The Leslie school has raised the
sum of $66.86 for the near East
Zenas Olson Will Be Speaker
at Meeting of Congregation
Zenas Olson who Is now on a fur
lough from Jiis missionary work In
India will be the speaker at the
meeting of the Woman's Mission
ary society of the First Congrega
tional cliurch Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. A. N.
Moores. 855 Chemeketa street.
Assistant hostesses will be Mrs.
M. M. Chapman, Mrs. William Mc-
Gllchrist. Sr.. Mrs. Emil Carlson,
Mrs. Vera Shattuck. Mrs. F. W
Bailev, and Mrs. L. O. Smith.
Mrs. George Rossman will con
duct the devotional.
Committee Announced For
Social Meeting of Chadwick
Mrs. Winnie Lewis is chairman
of the committee in charge of the
social meeting of Chadwick chap
ter. Order of the Eastern Star
Tuesday afternoon at the Masonic
temple. She will be assisted by
Abbie Farrar, Cleo Cashatt, Rose
Church, Stanis Rock, Mary Craw
ford. Dena Jennings, Ethel Head-
rick, Lore na Burnett, Rita Gam
ble, Mildred Hansen, and Melissa
Cards will be the diversion of
Mayor and Mrs. Livesley
Spending a Month in the East
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Livesley left
Thursday evening for San Fran
cisco where they will be guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy S. Sargent for
After visiting their daughter
Miss Dorothy Livesley who is a
student at Mills College, Mr. and
Mrs. Livesley will leave for New
York where they expect to remain
for several weeks. ,
Enroute to the east they wii:
Livesley who Is attending Culver
Military in Indiana this year.
Mrs. Livesley's mother. Mrs. G
W. DeBeck of Vancouver, B. C.
will remain in Salem until the
spend several days with Tomm
Mrs. John J. Roberts Enter
tains Her Bridge Club
Mrs. John J. Roberts entertaiu
ad her club Thursday afternoon In
her home on State street with a
lelightful bridge tea.
Special guests were Mrs. James
Linn, Mrs. Asahel Bush, and Mrs.
A. B. Galloway. Club members in
the group were Mrs. George F.
Rodgero, Mrs. Henry Meyers, Mrs.
William Walton, Mrs. Harry Haw
kins, Mrs. Dan J. Fry. Jr., Mrs
Frits Slade, Mrs. Oliver C. Locke,
and the hostess, Mrs. Roberts.
Mrs. James Linn won the guest
prize In bridge.
Music Demonstration Given
at Hazel Green School
A music demonstration of the
Moore Fundamental system was
Siven at Hazel Green school Frl
lay evening by pupils of Mrs. Har
ry styles, Mrs. Ethel Phelps, and
Mrs. Henry Lee.
Children taking part were Fran
ces Grote. Dorothy Browning,
ueorge Pnelps, Gretchen Spencer,
r ranees and wuamlna Hilrlker,
Doris and Raymond Lundeen;
Marie Hirsekorn, Anita Savage,
raisy Lee. Helen Engel. Wilma
holyce Wlrtz, Marie Chase. Fran-
Ms ChriBtensen, and Ruth Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. East Return
From Southern California
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. East have re
turned to their home in Salem aft
er spending the winter in southern
W. H. M. S. of Jason Lee
Church Will Meet Wednes
The Woman's Home Missionary
society of Jason Lee church will
meet at two-tnirty o clock Wed-
nesaay arternoon. May 9, at the
;hurch. Mrs. Belle Roberts will
lead the devotions and Mrs. A. J.
vlck will have charge of the pro
gram. This will be the annual mite
box opening meeting.
Barbara Frietchie Tent Will
Meet Wednesday Evening
Barbara Frietchie tent. No. 2,
will meet at eight o'clock Wednes
day evening at the Woman's club
house on North Cottage street.
House Guest From the East
Miss Lucy Stoughton of Detroit
Michigan is a house guest at the
home of Mrs. Henry Meyers. Mrs.
Meyers and Miss Stoughton epent
yesterday in Eugene as the guests
of Mrs. Charles Gray.
Professor and Mrs. Reefer
Professor and Mrs. C. M. Reef
er are receiving the congratula
tions of their friends on the birth
of a daughter Friday morning.
May 4. whom' they have named
Piano Students of Willam
ette University Will Present
Students in the piano depart
ment of Willamette University will
present a program of Schubert mu
sic Wednesday evening at eight
fifteen o'clock at Waller hall, un
der the direction of Miss Frances
This nrorram ha tu
ed as a feature of Music Week In
Salem. $e general public is ln-
viiea io aiiena. -
Y. M. C. A. Will Present
National Music Week
The Y. M. C. A. will present a
national Music Week program Fri
day evening. May 11, in the audi
torium. Mrs. Joy Turner Moses has ar
ranged the program which will In
clude vocal solos by Miss Hnlda
Hammond and Miss Viola Violet ot
Independence; and readings by
uiaa r.nrine Hackett. Violin en
semble members will be played,
as well as violin solos and num
bers by a trio composed of J. B.
Rde relloiat: Jov Turner Moses,
pianist; and Delbert Jepsen, vio
American Legion Auxiliary
Will Meet Tomorrow
The American Legion auxiliary
will meet at eight-thirty romorrow
evening in McCornack kll.
Thirty new members w.'l be in
itiated at that time.
STOCK HIT SEES
NEW RECORD RUn
Buying Orgy on Wall Street
Boosts Prices up to Un
heard of Levels
1 (Special.) Homer VBray of
Salem. Junior la " agriculture has
been pledged to Alpha Zeta. na
tional honorary fraternity In agri-j
culture. This iraienuiy recog
nizes special achievement "by stu-Jeoo
tnts In SCnOiarsuip, ieucruip
i In the funeral notices of the
Oregonian of yesterday the fol
lowing appears "At 262 Park
st.. May 4, 1928 Annesley M. Boz
brth. age 66 years, wife of John
O. Bozorth, mother of Mrs. H. F.
Hamilton, St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs.
G. Vernon Nelson, Oswego Lake,
Ore.; Inez V., Ann Arbor, Mich.,
and Ada W.. Portland. Or. Fun
eral will be at the M. E. church,
Bay City, Or., at 2:30 p. m., Sun
day, May 6.
The Bozorths were for years
well known residents of Salem.
For a long time, they have been
living at Bay City.
Mrs. Bozorth was a fine Christ
ian woman, helpful in all good
ways to her community. She will
be sadly missed from the home
circle and by her neighbors and
friends and she numbered all
who knew her in her list of
BUI mm in
He Is Soloist in Largest
Play House of Kind in
Blair Stewart is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Stewart of Salem,
and a brother of Ivan Stewart,
super county agent for the Salem
district. Blair Stewart has re
cently been1 given the position of
tenor soloist in the Chicago thea
ter, the largest moving picture
bouse in that city. The place was
awarded on the first tryout.
though there were hundreds of
applicants for it.
Blair Stewart Is etill a student
cf the Chicago College of Music.
He studies in the forenoons and
sings at the theater in the after
noons and evenings. . He graduat
ed from the Oregon Agricultural
college In 1926. He had been
majoring on studies that he In
tended should prepare him for
the law. He had earned the high
school state championship In de
hate before going to college.
While in college he was on the
debating team for fdur years, and
one year was with the team that
toured the whole country. In a
series of 12 debates, in which
there was only one adverse deci
sion. Changed His Career
But Blair Stewart sang with
Ted Roy, since become famous.
while they were students together
at OAC. Professor Paul Petri,
who developed Ted Roy, ''the
singing blacksmith," trained Blair
Stewart at the same time. And
good Judges advised him to turn
from the law to music; predicted
great things for him. He switch
ed to music, and with his bride
who had been his college sweet
heart, went to the Chicago College
of Music. They started by auto
the day after they were married.
Jim and Mrs. Jim, the proud par
ents, live at 1582 Court street.
Any one who has ever heard Jim
Stewart sing will say Blair got
some ot his talent from his father.
By STANLEY W. PREN'OSIL
Associated Press Financial Editor
NEW YORK, May 7- (AP).
The outside public literally ran
away with the etock market today.
A steady stream of buying orders
York stock exchange from all sec
pouring onto the floor of the New
tions of the country and several
European capitals carred more
than hree score, issues to record
high leveVa. Gains, in many in
stances, ranged from $5 to nearly
25 a share. There were 780 in
dividuals traded in, a new high
Total sales of 4,451,300 shares
were the fourth largest in the his
tory of the exchange, the record of
4.762,000 shares being establish
ed on March 27.
Trading facilites of the ex
change again proved Inadequate
to the task of promptly taking
care of the flood of business, the
final quotation being printed on
the ticker tape 55 minutes after
the market closed.
The averages of 20 leading in
dustrial and 20 leading railroad
issues, compiled by the Associated
Press, established record high lev
els for all time.
Redio Corporation common
stock returned to the speculative
spotlight by soaring $22.25 a
share to a new high record at
$205.50. The stock, which paye
no dividends sold as low as $85.25
earlier in the year.
HOMER BRAY HONORED
OREGON STATE AGRICUL
TURAL COLLEGE, Corrallis, May
New Fraternity to Aid
D-H Club Work in
TO WRITE 8TH GRADE
TESTS MAY 16 AXD 17
Now that the second annual
honor roll parade has been suc
cessfully staged, the county super
tatg intendent's office will begin pre-
iianug lor me eignm graae exam
inations to be held May 16 and 17,
Superintendent Fulkerson said
The examinations, originally
scheduled for May 17 and 18, have
been set ahead on eday because
from that place bat: its advance
has been Interrupted by the de
struction of the railway.
General Toakura, when report?
of the severe fighting in Tsinan
reached him, collected every man
who could be spared from the
Tsingtao garrison. With a body of
2,000 men be began forced
marches into the Interior. Al
though the army has advanced
nearly 100 100 miles in little less
than two days, it is thought here
that the hardest part of the move
ment is still before It. J
OREGON STATE AGRICUL
TURAL COLLEGE. Corrallis, May
7. (Special.) Homer Bray of Sa
lem, senior In agriculture nas neen
chosen as a charter member of Mu
Beta Beta, local professional hon- many of the school houses will be
orary fraternity in 4-H club work. used as voting places for the pri-
O M. Plummer, manager or me, manes May is.
Pacific International Livestock ex
nnaftion. announced the founders
and charter members to the Ore
gon State 4-H club.
Members were chosen on a basis
nf scholarships, character and
Superintendent Fulkerson esti
mates about 600 eighth graders
will write in the state finals. Ap
proximately the same number are
expected to take the seventh grade
geography examinations and the
leadership. Previous 4-H club6lxth grade hygiene and Oregon
training, membership in the Ore- history tests,
gon State 4-H club and colleg eac- will be nearly 1
tivltv were also considered in the'supplied with
selection. Nu Beta Beta will work
in conjunction with the local club
for promotion of the club movement.
800 students to be
The customary county eighth
grade graduation exercises will be
held June 9 this year, Mrs. Fulker-j
son also announced. While many:
schools hold their own eighth
grade exercises at the end of each
school year, the county event is
open to all eighth graders who1
wish to participate. Between 250!
ROSEDALE, May 7. (Special.) ! and 300 pupils usually take part!
Elvin Frlck underwent a second! in the annual county graduation.
operation on his ear Saturday aft- The June eighth grade examina-!
ernoon. The first operation took tions, for those students who
place several weeks ago. failed in one or more courses in!
Mrs. Bllnston. who ha been ill, the May writing, will be held the
Rosedale Youth Undergoes
Second Operation on Ear
for a number or weeks, was re
moved to a Salem hospital Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bates visit
ed their eon, C. Bates, and family
at Tillamook over the week end.
A number of Rosedale people
attended the Sunday school con
vention at Liberty Sunday.
two days preceding
the county ex-
JAPS MAKE RAPID HIKE
It cost $4,000,000
to film "Ben
TSINGTAO. China. May 7.
(AP) The small army of Jap
anese troops under Major General
Toakura which has been hasten
ing to the relief of Tsinan, has
reached Fangtse, about 150 miles
Plant Sweet Clover
MAKES A WONDERFUL PASTURE, POSSIBLY
PRODUCING MORE FEED THAN ANY GRASS
OR CLOVER KNOWN
Should be sown alone in May or June
With every lot of 25 lbs. or more we will furnish free,
inoculation for treating the seed
Special Low Price
To introduce this great clover we are making very low
GIVE THIS GREAT PASTURE CLOVER A TRIAL
-Also, builds the land up better than other clovers, vetch
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261 State St.
' SATISFIED ORPHANS
HIAWATHA. Kas. Incubator
chicks, which Mrs. H. A. Falrchild
sheltered with a feather duster,
later scorned a hen which wanted
to mother the brood.
NO CHALK TO WALK
PARIS. Police are the sole
judges of drunkenness in Paris
and when arrests are made, which
Is seldom, the prisoner Is freed a
soon as be Is sober.
One of the Finest Cough
Gives Immediate Relief
From Coughing and
Sold only at
135 North Commercial St
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