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THE " OREGON STATESMAN, , SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1928
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Members of American Legion Bono Tempo Club Members
Will Speak at Memorial
Members of the American Le
gion will participate in Memorial
day exercises at the Salem schools
Friday, May 25. 1:30 p. m. Mc
Kinley Junior high school, . Ruife
Friday, May 25, 2: SO p.
Leslie Junior liigh school.
Friday, May 25, 1:30 p.
Lincoln, Dr. Lee Woods.
Friday, May 25. 2:00 p
State School for the blind, Willis
Friday, May 25, 1:15 p. m.
Yew Park, Irl S. McSherry.
Friday, May 25, 1:30 p.m.
Richmond, Lyle Dunsmoor.
Friday, May 25, 11:30 a. m.
Willamette UniTersity, Harold Ea
kin. Friday, May 25. 2:30 p. m.
Sacred Heart Academy. Dr. B. F.
Friday, May 25, 10:30 a. m.
.Salem. High school, Fodd Maison.
W Friday, May 25, 2:00 p. m.
Friday, May 25, 1:30 p. m. Gar
field, Breyman Boise.
Friday, May 25, 9:00 a. m.
Tuesday. May 29, 1:30 p. m.
St. John's Lutheran, Lloyd Payne.
Grant, Lloyd Payne.
Yiday, May 25, 2:20 p. m.
Parrish Junior High, Frank Dur
bln. Friday. May 25, 10:30 a. m.
St. Vincent de Paul, Lloyd Payne.
Friday, May 25. 1:30 p. m.
Highland, Ray Bassett.
Tuesday. May 29. 1:30 p
Englewood. Hobart Dade.
Friday, May 25, 1:00 p.
Liringston. Dr. B. F. Pound. "
Wednesday, May 30, 10:00 a.
m. Chemawa, Dr. W. Carlton
Mrs. King Bartlett, president of
the American Legion auxiliary, is
making arrangements for the
. transportation of the veterans of
tht Grand Army of the Republic
to the Tarious schools.
Women of Dakota Club En
tertained at Lausanne Hall
Miss OliTe M. Dahl enterUined
the women of the Dakota club
.Tuesday afternoon at Lausanne
hall. Assistant hostesses were
Mrs. C. F. Riley, Mrs. George G ip
so n, and Mrs. Stanley Qaumy.
The following officers were un
animously elected for the year:
Mrs. K. J. Lathrop, president;
Mrs. J. Burton Crary, vice-president
; and Mrs. Stanley Quamy,
It was decided to hold no eve
ning meeting In July because of
the all day meeting on July 4. The
club will meet, however, on June
6, with Mrs. John Robins, Mrs. E.
S. Prescott, and Mrs. Hoffma as
arrs. Morarity has, invited the
Promen of the club to meet at her
. home near Chemawa Tuesday aft
ernoon and evening, June 19.
A social hour followed the busi
ness session. Refreshments were
served at the tea hour.
Thirty members of the club
were included in the guest group.
Miss Lillian Schroeder Hon
ored With Pre-Nuptial
Mrs. Susan Varty entertained
with a delightful shower Tuesdr
evening in her home on D street
in honor of Miss Lillian Schroeder
whose marriage to Wendell Van
Loan of Eugene will be an event
of June 10.
Miss Schroeder was presented
with a large basket j containing
many lovely gift covered with Ce
cil Brunner roses, i
A mock wedding-was the fea
ture of the evening, with Emily
Howard as the bride; Mrs. Mona
Yoder, the groom, and Miss Grace
Gilliam, the minister.
Mrs. J. O. Turner assisted Mrs.
Varty in serving refreshments.
The guest group included: Miss
Schroeder. Mrs. Emily Howard,
Mrs. Josephine Shade! Miss Doro
thy Taylor. Miss Signe Paulsen
Miss Lina Heist. Mrs. Peter Phil
ippi. Miss Julia K. Webster. Miss
Grace Gilliam. Mrs. Nora Baird,
Mrs. Blanche Isherwood. Mrs. J
O. Turner. Mrs. Mona Yoder. and
the hostess, Mrs. Varty.
Mrs. Brown Will Entertain
Mrs. A. L. Brown will entertain
the Priscilla club this afternoon
in her home at 1759 South Com
Entertained With One
O'clock Luncheon r
Mrs. Robert Wyatt entertaintd
members of the Bono Tempo cclub
with an attractive one o'clock
luncheon Tuesday afternoon. '
Mrs. Harold Hjort and Mrs.' By
ron Lleuallen were special 'guests.
' A crystal bowl of roses center
ed the table with covers placed for
Mrs. Hjort, Mrs. Lleuallen. Mrs. D
A. Schmidt. Mrs. William, Yarhell.
Mrs. C. T. -Moffitt, Mrs. Frank
Nieswapder, Mrs. L. B. Endicott,
Mrs. A. J. Wheaton, and the hos
tess. Mrs. Wyatt.
Bridge was the diversion of the
afternoon. The high score prise
was won by Mrs. Wheaton. Mrs
Moffitt received the second award.
and Mrs. Hjort and Mrs. Lleuallen
each a guest prize.
Mrs. William Yarneil will en
tertain the club in a fortnight in
htr home at 1005 South Cottage
Mrs. O. A. Olsen Compliment
ed With Attractive Affair
Complimenting Mrs. O. A. 01
sen who left Tuesday evening for
Fergus Falls, Minnesota where
she will visit for several weeks
members of the Daughters of the
Nile club entertained with an at
tractive dinner, parr at the Salem
Heights Community hall. Hus
bands of members were included
in the guest group.
Covers were placed for. 50; at
the long dining tables centered
with iris and Cecil Brunner roses
The hostess committee for the
affair included Mrs. David Wright
chairman; Mrs. Glen Niles. Mrs.
V. E. Kuhn. Mrs. George Burnett,
Mrs. W. J. Linfoot, Mrs. John Rot
tie, Mrs. Fred Ellis, r1 Mrs
George Hubbs of Silverton.
Miss Patterson Entertains in
Honor of Recent Bride
Miss Prudence Patterson enter
Uined with a delightful bridge
luncheon one afternoon recently,
complimenting Mrs. John R. Caug
hell (Lenta Baumgartner) whose
wedding was an event of May 5.
iavenaer ana paie yellow lrtr
and tall lavender tapers centered
the luncheon table. Favors mark
ed covers for the honor' guest
Mrs. Caughell; Mrs. Dolph Craig
Mr.ftex Adofph.'Mrs. KfG Pur-
vine, Miss Ruth Griffith. Miss Al
ice McKlnnon of Eugene, Miss Ir-
ma Bolander, Miss Eunice Rob
ertson,' Miss Helen Ramsden, MIsf
Margaret Breitenstein, Miss Pau
ine Knowland, and the hostess
Attractive Farewell Affair
Honors Miss Frances Ftr-
In compliment to Miss Fran
ces Virginle Melton who will leave
Friday morning from San Francis
co by boat through the Panama
Canal for New York. Miss Ada and
Miss Lucille Ross entertained with
an Informal affair Saturday eve
ning in their home on North Lib
erty street. Miss Melton will spend
some time in Cuba enroute east
where she will visit until early
Intimate friends of Miss Mel
ton's were Included in the gnest
Ladies' Aid and Missionary
Society of American Lu
The Ladles' Aid society and the
Missionary society of the Ameri
can Lutheran church will meet to
morrow afternoon in the parlor;
of the old Presbyterian church.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Fred De
Wits and Miss Emily Fandrich.
Town and Gown Club Will
Meet This Afternoon -
The Town and Gown club will
meet at two-thirty o'clock this aft
ernoon at Lausanne hall. Hostess
es will be Mrs. Frank Erickson.
Mrs. F. A. Legge, and Mrs. R, J
This will be the last meeting of
the club tor the season. a
Town and Gown club. Lausanne
hall, 2:39 o'clock.
: Important business meeting
North Salem W. C T. U., 2 p. m.
at home of Mrs. McCarrol, corner
Maple and Highland. All members
urged to attend.
Kensington club. Mrs. N. C. Ka
foury, 7 SO North Summer street
hostess. 2:30 o'clock.
Priscilla club. Mrs. A. L. Brown
1759 South Commercial street
Salem Council of church women.
First Christian, church. All-day
meeting. Luncheon served at 12
Women's Bible class. First ' M
EL church. Mrs. B. L. Steeves,
1594 Court street hostess.
. Council of church women of Sa
lem. Spring meeting. First Chris
tian church 10:30 a. m.
"The Master Builder," presented
by Theta Alpha Phi Willamette
University. Capitol theater. 8:00
Pupils of Miss Elma Weller,
Program. Y.'M. C. A. 8:00 o'clock.
San Souci Card dub. Mr. and
Mrs. George Clinton, hosts. 8:00
Englewood Community club
Miss Bertha Schrieber, 2305 Ne
braska avenue hostess.
Memorial Day programs. In
charge of W. R. C. Salem Public
Hal Hibbard auxiliary, U, S. W.
V. Mrs. E. E. Buckles. Wallace
road hostess." 2:30 o'clock.
Ladies' Aid and Missionary so
ciety, American Lutheran church
Old Presbyterian church. 2:30
Wives of Salem Lions Club
Members Will Entertain
The wives of members of the
Salem Lions club will entertain
the wives of Lions from all parts
of the state who will come to Sa
lem for the convention to be held
here this week-end with a bridge
tea Friday afternoon at the Elks
Mrs. John W. Orr is chairman
of the committee in charge of the
affair. She will be assisted by Mrs
Merrill D. Ohling, Mrs. Carl Em
mons, Mrs. Harry Scott, and Mrs
Mrs. Buckles WiU Be Hostess
it Meeting of Hal Hibbard
Mrs. E. E. Buckles will be hos
tess at the meeting of Hal Hib
bard auxiliary, U. S. W. V. Friday
afternoon in her home on the Wal
All members planning to attend
should meet at the Oregon Elec
tric depot at 1:45 o'clock.
This will be the regular month
ly social meeting of the auxiliary.
Miss Grace L. Taylor Will
Attend Convention in
Miss Grace L. Taylor, school
nurse with the Marion County
Health demonstration and secre
tary of the Oregon State Board
for registration and examination
of nurses, will leave May 30 for
Louisville. Kentucky to attend the
biennial conference of the Amer
ican Nurses association and alj
of the National league of nursing
which will be held June fourth to
Miss Taylor will be a delegate
from the state as well as local nur
Salem GirU Honored on Ore-
ion State College Campus
Miss Rosalie Jones, daughter of
Mrs. W. Al Jones of Salem, and
Miss Eloise Wright, daughter of
Yfr. and Mrs.: David Wright, al30
if Salem, were among the 10 girls
on the Oregon State college camp-
is, Corvallis, to be elected to
nembershlp in Spur, national hon
or society. - -
Memorial Day Will Be Obser
ved Friday by Patriotic Order
Friday, May 25. will be visiting
day for all-patriotic orders of the
city. .The-Woman's Relief Corps
and the American Legion are ar
ranging Memorial Day programs
to be given at the schools In ob:
strvance of Memorial day. ,
Mrs. Kafoury Will Entertain
Kensington Club .
. Mrs. N. C. Kafoury will enter
tain the Kensington club Thurs
day afternoon in her home at 750
North Summer street.
Meeting of Englewood Com-
munity Club Tomorrow
A meeting or me ewwwoou
Community dab will be held to
morrow afternoon at the home of
Miss Berth Schrieber, 2305 Ne
Dr. Vernon A. Douglas of the
Marion county health demonstra
tion will speak on "The Necessity
of Immunizing young children for
Guest From Portland
Mrs. Johan Krabbe (Winifred
Gamble) of Portland spent yester
day In Sajem with her mother.
Mrs. Rose Gamble.
San Souci Card Club Will
Hold Last Meeting of the
The San Souci Card club will
meet at eight o'clock Friday eve
ning at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs
Georze Clinton on McCoy street.
As this is the last meeting of
tht season, all members of the club
are urged to be present.
Justice and Mrs. McBride
Return From the South
Justice and Mrs. Thomas A.' Mc
Bride have returned from a mo
tor trip of several weeks in Cal
ifornia. The greater part of their
time was spent in Los Angeles
with Justice McBride's brother.
Dr. James McBride.
Spend the Week-End at
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Eyre,
their daughter, Miss Rovena Eyre,
and son, David, spent the past
week-end at Neskowin. They re
turntd to Salem over the Newport
highway through Newport.
Motors to Portland For
Mrs. W. F. Daily motored to
Portland -yesterday morning, re
maining for the day.
Centerview Woman Will
Make Trip to Michigan
CENTERVIEW, May 23. (Spe
cial) Miss Louise Medlar, a mem
ber of the Silverton high school
faculty, spent the week-end at the
A. A. Geer home.
Mrs. L. B. Haberly expects to
leave this week for a visit to her
parents in Michigan. She will
spend two weeks at Ellensburg.
Washington, where her brother
lives and where she taught in the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowers and
little son Sammy accompanied by
Vesper and Reba Geer attended the
circus in Salem last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson Comstock
had as their guests Sunday, Mrs.,
S. J. Comstock. Mr. and Mrs. F.
E. Sylvester and daughter, Shir
ley of Silverton. In the afternoon
they motored over to the Sll-Mar
Iris gardens east of Silverton.
Mr. and. Mrs. Ernest Havernlck
of McMinnvIlle. spent Sunday at
the home of the former's parents
Frank Eean is vainting his
Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Solie were
visitors in the neighborhood Mon
Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Rue drove
to Woodburn Sunday to visit at
at the home of Mrs. Rue's broth
er, Adolph Nevison.
Couple Wed Here Sunday
to Go as Missionaries
AUBURN. Ore., May 23. (Spe
clan Followine the regular ser
vice at the full gospel tabernacle
in Salem, Elvina Schurman ana
Rev. Daniel Wllklns were united
In marriage with Evangelist En
glis officiating. The ring service
was used, an dt hceupeloCSc.R
was used and the coupl ewere at
tended by Miss Elsie Rehb, brides
maid and Floyd Stewart, best man.
Besides the members of the church
there were a number of friends
present from Auburn and else
where. The couple' plan to leave
for South America soon, as evan
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home for visit with, relatives and
William Harpole is able to be
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BROOKS, May 23.-(Special)
Mrs. Wills rd Ramp was hostess
to the Brooks Community club at
the home of Mrs. B. F. Ramp,
Thursday afternoon. May 17.
The afternoon was passed doing
fancy work and quilting.
Mrs. Schaeffer of Wallowa was
guest of the club.
a snori Business session was
held with the president. Mrs. Wal
ter Fuller, presiding. Club mem
bers present were Mrs. Jane Cuts
forth, Mrs. Howard Booster, Mrs.
Mary Martin. Mrs. Emma Sturgis.
Mrs. Gene .Manning. Mrs. Al
Wood. Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Walter
Fuller. Mrs. Charles Sturgis? Mrs.
Sylvester Manning. Mrs. John
Dunlary, Mrs. Bingham, Mrs
George Campbell. Mrs. John Ray.
Mrs. George Ramp, Mrs. Cecil
Ashbaugh, Mrs. Archie Bailey,
Mrs. Harry Rhodes, Mrs. B. F.
Ramp, Mrs. George Harding, Mrs,
Frank Sturgis, Mrs. George Fer
rell, Mrs. Virgil Loomls. Mrs. A.
E. Harris, Mrs. Sylvester Harris
and Mrs. Ralph Sturgis.
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Archie Bailey Thursday, May
Mrs. Archie Bailey, Mrs. Cecil
Ashbaugh and Mrs. John Ray as
sisted the hostess in serving re
A family reunion was held "Sun
day, May 20, at the hoie of Mrs
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Moisan of Patton, Cal
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mosian and
family of Mt. Angel; Mr. and Mrs.
G. J. Mosian and family of Ger
vais; Mrs. Rose Nash and family
of Salem; Mrs. Trlsala De Jardin
of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Mosian and family of Salem; Mrs.
Albert Mys and family, Mrs.
Charles Coffindaffer and family.
Charley Mosian and daughter Eve
line, all of Brooks, and Fred and
Herbert Mosian of Portland, and
F. R. Mosian of Mars?fleld.
The Jones school closed a sue
cessful school year with a picnic
on Saturday. May 19, held at the
Smith place. About 80 were pres
ent. A basket dinner was served
at the noon hour with Ice cream
A baseball ry me was played be
tween high school and grade boys
and the men. The score was 15
to 14 in favor of the men.
Memorial exercises will be held
at the Pioneer church Wednesday,
May 30, at 10 a. m. Rev. Graf
fions of Gervais wjll give the ad
dress. There will be special mu
sic. Everyone .is Invited.
. Miss Corinne Wheeler, who has
been employed at the Bluebird
restaurant In Salem, is here on a
vacation visiting her brother, Wil
bur Wheeler, and family.
Mrs. Leslie Roll of Illinois, who
was called home by the illness of
her mother, Mrs. LeRoy Murdick.
is visiting Maragrete De Jardin of
Mrs. Schaeffer of Wallowa, who
has been the house guest of her
daughter. Mrs. Wilbur Wheeler,
for the past three months, left
for her home Sunday. Mrs.
Wheeler accompanied her mother
of Salem were week-end guests
of Margaret and Hasel Magee.
Lettle Wallace, who teaches
near Turner, spent Sunday with
her mother, Mrs. T. Wallace.
The Gray Belle has installed a
number of new electric mixers at
Us fountain. The mixers not only
assist in the saving of time in pre
paring the drinks but their high
speed makes a better and a. more
A new process. Is now being
used for the milk shakes and
malts. A special Introductory
price is announced in the locals
of today's paper for theee drinks.
The new mixers are in plain
sight on the counter and the cos-
turner may watch his drink btlng
prepared. The machines are very
attractive as well as interesting to
Boy's Cooking Club Work
Told in Radio Broadcast
RICKEY. Ma 23. (Special)
Achievements of the boys cooking
club here .which is a 100 per cent
club, were described in a talk
broadcast from KOAC station Mon
Bids for construction of the new
schoolhouse are being received by
the school board.
Mrs. A. L. Baker visited rela
tlves here Monday.
Marjory and Maxine Drorbaugh
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