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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 5. 1928
Marriage of Miss Hatfield
and Paul E. Davies Solem-
nized at Bellevue
5 The marriage of Miss Arvie
Hatfield and Paul E. Davies was
quietly solemnized Saturday after
noon, June second, at the par
sonage of the First Methodist
church in Bellevue, Oregon.
Rev. Empey. pastor of the
church, read the service in the
presence of a few intimate friends
The bride wore a lovely gown
of orchid georgette trimmed in
silver. She carried a shower of
Ophelia roses, white sweet peas,
Miss Ruby Hatfield was her sis
ter's only attendant. Raymond
Casey acted as beet man.
Mrs. Davies is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hatfield of Bel
levue. She is a graduate of the
- McMinnville high school.
Mr. Davies. who is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Davies
of Salem, attended Willamette
University Yollowing his gradua
tion from Salem high school. He
iTTiow employed by the mainten
ance department of the state high
way department with offices in
Mr. and Mrs. Davies left imme
diately after the ceremony on a
wedding trip to southern Oregon.
They will return to make their
.hCT-e In McMinnville.
Mrs. S. M. Endicott Announ
ces Membership of Institu
Mrs. S. M. Endicott, general
chairman of the institution's de
partment of the Salem Woman's
club, has announced the follow
ing committee memberships for
the ensuing year.
Dr. Fannie A. Brown has been
appointed general institute chair
man; Mrs. C. ( E. Stricklin. secre
tary; and Mrs. E. E. Kennell,
The eight divisions include the
following: state hospital Mrs.
Estella G. Ford. Mrs. R. E. Lee
Sttiner, Mrs. D. R. Ros3, and Mrs. Adams . read interesting clip-
Regular Monthly Meeting of
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary
The regular monthly meeting
of Hal Hibbard Auxiliary, U. S.
W. V. was held at the armory
Following the business session,
the following members were for
mally initiated: Mrs. H. S. Car
ter, Mrs. W. E. Lukinbeal. Mrs.
Sherman Nelson, Mrs. A. T. Jairl,
Mrs. R. A. Horn, and Mrs. Fran
for tne department encamp
ment which will take place in Mc
Minnville in July delegates were
elected as follows: Mrs. Carle,
Abrams, Mrs. Lulu Humphrey,
Mrs. E. E. Buckles, Mrs. Francis
Welch. Mrs. B. W. Waleher. Mrs.
Charles McKinley; and alternate
Mrs. V. E. Newcomb, Mrs. John
Seymour, Mrs. Frank Alley, Mrs
H. S. Carter, Mrs. R. C. Churchill,
and Mrs. Arthur Welch.
Refreshments were served at the
close of the social hour.
One afternoon of the previous
week, the auxiliary was delight
fully entertained at the country
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Buck
les on the Wallace road.
Members motoring out for the
afternoon included Mrs. J. H. Ar
nold, Mrs. A. T. Woolpcrt, Mrs
Fred A. Thompson Mrs. B. W.
Walcber, Mrs. M. A. Estes, Mrs.
M. W. Baker, Mrs. Jay Woodward,
Mrs. Frank Alley, Mrs. Charles W.
Brant, Mrs. Charles Kinzer, Mrs
E. J. Raymond. Mrs. V. E. New
comb, Mrs. Edward Maier, Mrs.
John Seymour, Mrs. Charles Mc
Kinlty, Mrs. Carle E. Abrams, Mrs.
Lulu Humphrey, Mrs. Henry O.
Miller, Mrs. Albert Abel, Mrs. An
na Shank, and Mrs. Albert Brad
ford. Xetc Members Initiated at
Meeting of W. R. C.
Mrs. Mary Johnson. Mrs. Myr
tle Henderson and Mrs. Margaret
Weaver were initiated at the meet
;ng of the W. R. ( last Saturday
afternoon at McCornark hall.
The patriotic instructor, Mrs.
Attractive Float in University of Oregon Canoe Fete
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Visiting Relatives in Cor
vallis For Several Days
Mrs. E. G. Banee, Mrs. Walton
Appelman and Duane Appelman
are spending several days in Cor
vaJlis with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Fegley. Mrs. Barzee and Mrs. Ap
pelman are Mrs. Fegley's mother
Spend the Week-End
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jessup of
Mollala spent the week-end in Sa
lem with Mrs. Jessup's mother,
Mrs. W. P. Babcock.
Missionary Society of First
Baptist Church Will Meet
The Missionary society of the
First Baptist church will meet at
two o'clock Friday afternoon in
the church parlors.
Ail women of the church are
urged to attend.
City, Farm Sales Promising,
Say Bectel and
Rt flurn and th T)r.nmn " nil flf th Blixft-winaiBff XlOatS IB tfi
University ef Oregon anaual eaaos fete held on the pletnresqss mill race
that -rtuis through the campus. It was designed by itadesU si Baensl
ordon fraternity and Hendricks Hall.
Outlook for a full season for lo
cal real estate dealers is promis
ing, with spring activity in these
lines well under way. declare
Louis Bechtel and J. D. Sears, lo
Farm business, particularly.
shows well already with, with
these two dealers reporting a
number of deals closed this week.
with more anticipated next week, i
Property which Bechtel and !
Sears handled last week includes:
sold a 2 4 -acre farm in Yamhill
county for Claude Munkers for
$4800: J. Whitney purchased
Earl Tucker's SO-acre farm near
angling fish, and their several
stomachs were offered in evidence
that, theywere honest and respec
table citizens of the tide water
The board of Judges, a special
committee named by Warden Clif
ford to investigate the gastronomic
habits of the much maligned
striped bass, viewed the exhibits
as introduced by the defense and
found that three of the bass,
males, had nothing in their stom
achs which indicated that they
had sot yet started to feed and,
DKMAVD FOR HELP DRAINS
SUPPLY; NEEDS MORE
Arrival of the fruit picking sea
son has brought a change In the
weekly report of Sim Phillips, di
rector of the federal employment
bureau here, with approximately
three helpers wanted to every one
Coos bay. The fourth member of ."7" , . " A -.mn
the visiting delegation, female. Ub . bnt 204 men and 90 women
w Anr,TA a fish, hut it was available for the jobs.
found to be a flounder.
MIEN KET FLY
Nil U S
POTSDAM (AD Black, red
and gold, the colors of republican
Germany, are hardly ever seen on
the lakes and rivers surrounding
. n.n. i . i : ;
Santiam station at a $6,000 con-!reaier "r"a- ,B lue
sideration: R. E. Wolden. of Can- the "Reiehsbanner. or Republl
jada, bought the 26-acre tract of can League. To see to it that the
Wolden near Aumsvllle- old monarchist colors now mostly
F. 11. Southwick; Tuberculosis
hospital .Mrs. Ray L,. Farmer,
Mrs. - G rover C. Beiiinger, Mrs.
John L. Rand. Mrs. J. 11. Lauter
man, Mrs. C. P. Bishop, Mrs. L.
O. Clement, Mrs. E. M. llcffnell,
and Mrs. F. G. Bowersox; deaf
school Mrs. G. L. Forge, Mrs. J.
.LymlD Steed, Mrs.- Roy H. Sim
mons, Mrs. F. L. I'tter, Mrs. Ross
Bidwell. Mrs. Ben F. Pound.
T.t 11 a .1 H i r
WIS. r.rt-myt n . J UUCI BUU, -1 I
W. V: Crandall; blind school Dr.
Fannie A. Brown, Mrs. Helen S.
Howard, Mrs. Ida F. Shade, Mrs.
Josephine Davis, Mrs. A. A. Un
derhili, Mrs. Maude H. Pointer,
and Mrs. Mary Bteyne; Feeble
Minded Institution Mrs. J. M.
Devers, Mrs. W. II. Byrd, Mrs.
Norman K. Tully, Mrs. R. E.
Downing, Mrs. V. W. Looney,
W. B. Johnston, and Mrs. T.
A. McBride; Boys' Training
jgchool Mrs. David Bennett Hill,
Irs. L. Mi Gilbert, Mrs. E. E. Ken
nell, Mrs. Harry H. Belt, Mrs. J.
A. Jelderks, Mrs. J. G. Nadon, and
Mrs. Ray Hartman; Girls' Indus
trial school Mrs. Fred A. Erixon.
lrs. Clara Patterson, Mrs. George
E. Lewis, Mrs. C. A. Lewis, Mrs.
Mark Skiff, and Mrs. F. A. Beard.
Surprise Party Given at
Miles Branch Country Home
Mrs. Miles Branch entertained
with a surprise party Sunday,
June third, at the Branch coun
try home near Pede, Oregon, in
honor of ber husband, the occa
sion being his birthday anniver
ary. A chicken dinner was served at
noon. The afternoon was spent
with conversation and music.
Those present were Mrs. Fran
ces Branch of Newburg; Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Savage, and their
children, Lold and Lloyd of S
lem: Mr. and Mrs. Amos Branch
and son, Ralph, of Salem; Mr. and
Mm. Everett H. Branch, and son,
Irvin, of Salem; Mrs. Jessie Hew
itt, and her daughter, Naomi, of
Independence; Mr. and Mru. Frank
Long and daughter, Faye, of Port
land: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kurtz
and son, Harland. of Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. John Trent, and son,
Daryl, of Newberr: Mr. Adam
Burns of Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
Miles Branch, Miss Beverly
Branch and Miss Luetta Branch.
Recent Guests at W. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner bad
as their guests Saturday, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Notter of Tacoma
Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Notter
were enroute to Eugene to visit
their son and daughter-in-law, who
are leaving shortly to make their
future home to Oakland, Califor
American War Mothers
Will Meet This Afternoon
Salem chapter of American War
-HMothers will meet at two-thirty
o'clock this afternoon at the Y.
M. C. A. for the regular monthly
Spending Several Days
Mrs. George R. Vehrs Is spend
ing several days in Portland with
pi. Vehrs who is now convales
cing st St. Vincent's hospital from
recent serious illness.
pings from newspapers printed 60
Visiting committees from the
Corps gave reports of the Memor
ial day exercises held at the vari
ous schools in and about Salem
and spoke particularly of the dis
appointment of (he schools that
did not bavft old soldiers in at
tendance. This is the first year
that members of the G. A. R. have
not been able to attend Memori
al day observances at all the
achools of Salem.
Mrs. Wirtz was elected dele
gate to the convention in Rose
burg. Mrs. Jackson will serve as
Memorial services for those
members of the W. R. C. who
have passed away within the year
will be held at the next meeting.
The charter was draped Satur
day in memory of Mary Scott
Meyers, past department president,
whose death occurred a short time
Miss Grace Hardman Be
comes Bride at Lovely
Miss Grace Hardman became
the bride of Conrad Beach at a
lovely ceremony solemnized at one
o'clock Sunday afternoon at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Pearl Hardman, 714 South 21st
Rev. Charles Haworth. pastor of
the South Salem Friends church
performed the ceremony as the
bridal party stood before an impro
vised altar of pink roses and
The bride was attractive in a
maize gown of crepe de chine. Her
bouquet was a shower of butter
fly roses and pink sweet peas.
Miss Alice Beach, was maid of
honor, and Ronald Hardman, bro
ther of the bride, acted as best
An informal reception followed
Following a short wedding trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Beach will return to
make their home in Salem.
Guests at the wedding includ
ed: Mrs. Phil Hardman. Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Beach, Miss Alice Beach
Roland Hardman. Miss Norm Da
vidson, Rodney Hardman, Glen
Hardman, and Miss Ruth Stover
B. and P. W. Club Will Meet
For Dinner Wednesday
Members of the Business and
Professional Women's club will
meet at six-thirty o'clock Wednes
day evening for dinner, at the
Gray Belle. Reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Maude Poin
ter, 24 58-R. not later than Tues
Election of officers will be held
and retiring officers and commit
tees will present their annnal re
P. L. E. F. Ckib Will Meet
For Dinner This Evening
The P. L. E. F. dob will meet
this afternoon at six-thirty o'clock.
Pythian sisters and their families
and Knights of Pythias and their
families are invited to attend.
Mrs. Georgia Skeels Is chairman
of the dinner committee.
A social hour will follow the
dinner. Later Pythian Sisters will
J meet in regular session.
State convention of P. E. O. Sis
terhood. Corvallis. 2:00 o'clock.
P. L. E. F. club. Fraternal temple.
Dinner served at 6:30 o'clock.
Salem War Mothers. Y. M. C. A.
W. H. M .S., First M. E. church.
Church parlors. 2:30 o'clock.
Novelty ballet. Presented by pu
pils of Julia R. White, under aus
pices of American Legion auxil
iary. Bligh's Capitol theater. 8:00
Dakota club. Dinner. Leslie
Methodist church. 6:30 o'clock.
Ladies' Aid society, Leslie M.
E. church. Silver tea. 2:30 o'clock.
W. H. M. S., First M. E. church.
Church parlors. 2:30 o'clock. Tea
Missionary society, First Con
gregational church. Mrs. W. F.
Buchner, 1310 Court street, hos
tess. 2:30 o'clock.
B. and 1. W. club. Dinntr. Gray
Belle. 6:30 o'clock. Reservations,
phone 24 58-R. Election of offi
Westway club, W. B. A. Mrs. J.
A. Bernardi, 485 South High street
hostess. 2:30 o'clock.
Missionary society. First Bap
tist church. Church parlors. 2:00
Novel Ballet WiU Be
Presented Under Auspices
of American Legion
Theater-goers are promised t
rare treat when Mrs. Julia R
White presents her classes in a
colorful and varied program at
eight-fifteen o'clock Wednesday
evening at Bligh's Capitol theater.
This biennial event, which is al
ways eagerly anticipated in Salem,
this year promises to overshadow
any previous efforts of the young
One of the highlights of the
evening will be the novel dance
presented under 'the direction of
Miss Vivian Hargrove by ten mask
ed dancers Jean Eastridge, lia
ble Eastridge, Roberta Mills, Mary
Hackett, Myrtle Burke. Clarice
Dow, Rosezella Gabbert, Siviter
Horn, and Howard Cross.
Two hundred children will take
part in the ballet which is being
sponsored by the American Legion
Annual Convention of P. E. 0.
Sisterhood Will Open Today
Members of P. E. O. chapters
throughout the state will gather
at Corvallis for the annual state
convention of the sisterhood which
will bo held in that city today, to
morrow, and Thursday, Jane fifth.
sixth and seventh.
Mrs. Bessie Mickey, of chapter
F, Portland, is president of the
Oregon State chapter. Other offi
cers are Mrs. Mattie Bo Dine, chap
ter C, Portland, first vice-presi
dent; Mrs. M. Etta Dobbin, chap
ter R, Enterprise, second vfcej.
president; Mrs. Mary H us ted
chapter M, Portland; organizer;
Mrs. Grace K. Magruder, chapter
T, ciaukanie, recording secre
tary; and Mrs. Lola H. Taft, chap--
ter A. Portland, treasurer.
Attend Graduation Exercises
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bark us mo
tored to Sllverton last Thursday
evening to attend the graduation
exercises of the Silverton high
school. Their grandson, Edgar
Tweed, was a member of the grad
Guest in Salem For.
Mrs. John Crandall Watson
(Beverly Roberts) of Portland is
the house guest of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roberts this
Interesting Meeting of Mis
sionary Society of Congrega
An interesting meeting of the
Missionary society of the First
Congregational church will be held
Wednesday afternoon at the home
it Mrs. Walter F. Buchner, 1310
Court street. Assistant hostesses
will be Mrs. Harry Belt. Mrs. S. S.
East, Mrs. James Stewart, Mrs.
Ivan Stewart, Mts. Edwin M. Hoff
nell, and Mrs. D. R. Ross.
Mrs. C. H. Fake will oenduct the
devotional. Dr. Fannie A. Brown
and Mrs. Mark McCallister will
give reports of the conference in
Mrs. Dan J. Fry. Sr., will speak
on her trip around the world, and
Mrs. Ivan Stewart will sing.
All women of the congregation
are invited to attend.
Mrs. Bertelson Entertains
Her Sunday School Class
Mrs. John Bertelson entertain
d her class of second year junior
;irls of Leslie Methodist church
Friday afternoon in her home on
A picnic supper on Fairmount
hill and outdoor games were en-
Members of the class are Mar
orie Pruitt, Janice Murray, Gwen-
lolyn Hertzog, Margaret Wilcox
Betty Baker, Jessie Stover, Eliza
beth Bird, Flavia Downs, Arline
Cross, Lena Kokubu, Helen Ack
cy. Yvonne Zimmerman, Martha
Xreikenbaum, Mary Jane Schook
Cecilia Hanson, Jean Hewitt, El-
.ina Erthune, and Edith More
V. H. M. S. of First M. E.
hurch Will Meet
The Woman's Home Mission
try society of the First Methodist
hurch will meet Wednesday aft
moon at two-thirty in the church
This will be a tea meeting with
VIrs. George H. Alden, president,
in charge for the afternoon.
Motor Party Returns From
Tour in Washington
A motor party consisting of Mrs.
Anna Lewis, Dr. and Mrs. George
ewis. and Mrs. Otto Schurtz has
recently returned from a tour of
Washington, including visits in Se
ati, Bellingbom, Yakimka, and
Motor to the Beach For
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse George spent
ihe week-end at Newport return
ing over the Roosevelt highway
by way of Neskowin.
There is nothing better
thaa a dish of ou de
liciows lee Oeam. It is
pure, beltlifnl and tasty.
Tow choice of flavors and
135 North Commercial St.
The OHgf1 Yellow Frowt
Will You Help Salem's New
Memorial Park to Select a Name?
An ad on this page tomorrow will give
details of a cash prize.
through the two local men
Purchase price of the F. M.
Lasche five-acre tract near the
Keizer school was $3,800; Claude
Munkers is the new owner.
Through the Salem realtors, a lo
cal business man invested in the
Winter, was transferred, Glenn
Seele being the purchaser.
K. C. PREPARES FOR MEET
Gavel For G. O. P. Convention
Falls Weak From Tneoday
More adequate recognition of
theological schools was one of the
results of the recent Methodist
Episcopal general conference that
most vitally interested Dr. John
M. Canse, president of Kimball; four acres near Machleay belong-
School of Theology, he reported on ing to W. C. Stevenson.
his return to Salem. The enact- One Salem residence, that of
ments of the conference were' Mrs. Ida M. Steele at 944 North
highly satisfactory to the Metho
dist board of education in general
and to the theological schools in
A larger budget responsibility
for this work was placed on the
entire church. This will not tend,
said Dr. Canse, to lessen the requi
sition on Oregon friends of Kim
ball school, but will encourage
them by providing support from
the other areas of the church In
establishing a larger program.
Religious education and the
Wesley foundation came in for
their share of the enlarged pro
gram. Dr. Canse was especially
interested In the memorials be
fore the conference with reference
to more adequate interest in the
history of the church. He at-
ended a large celebration at the
site of the early Shawnee mission.
ocated near Westport, now a
part of Kansas City.
The vote which Dr. Canse re
ceived for editor of the church
school publications, lacking only
8 of being enough for election.
was based, he explained, on the
desire of many to spiritualize the
iterature in keeping with the
vote of the general conference on
he doctrines of the church, with
he idea of avoiding controversies
over fundamentalism and modern
7 HURT IN AUTO CRASH
Portlaad Girl Taken to Hospital
In Critical Condition
KANSAS CITY, Jane 4. (AP)
Looking forward to the open
ing of the republican party s big
quadrennial show the national
presidential convention leaders
of various factions as well as the
central organization speeded up
preparations today to be ready for
business well in advance of the
call from the gavel a week from
Members of the national com
mittee began taking up the hotel
space allotted to them in anticipa
tion of their preliminary task
Monday when they start hearing
various delegations contesting for
seats on the convention floor.
All of these contests which in
volve 73 seats, have been brought
from southern states except for
two delegates from Porto Rico; in
the case of Texas. Louisiana and
Mississippi they affect entire state
displayed by yachts, launches and
sailboats are replaced by the re
publican colors, will be one of the
chief tasks of the "Reicbsbanner"
during the spring and summer
As a further means of making
propaganda for the republican
idea on German inland waters the
"Reichsbanner" has lust launched
two eight-oar and one four-oar
skiffs and has given them the
names , "Deutsche Republik,"
"Reichsbanner" and "August Be
bel" the latter after the famous
late Socialist Leader.
The dedication took place in the
presence of Prussian officials,
trade union leaders, and the wid
ow of President Ebert.
MAX, 104, OX JURY
MEDFORD, Ore., June 4.
(AP) George F. Damon of Ash
land, Ore., aged 103, years, was
inadvertently called by the sher-
But 131 men were on hand to
satisfy the 256 requirements for
agricultural workers, while in this
division the women registered
showed a little better ratio, 82 to
125. though still below the de
mand. Of those available, 100 meu
and 60 women accepted jobs..
No calls came for the six cham
bermaids, five paper mill hands
or two mechanics, the report
ihows. Two housekeepers were
sought, lraving three without em
ployment and one cook of the
three secured a Job; the six can
nery workers were narrowed to
four and a casual worker and
and truck driver also have em
Twenty-six common laborers
went to jobs; there are still 15
on the list. Seven farm hands and
five woodsmen were also sent out.
U. S TYPEWRITEBS
SHEFFIELD. England (AP)
American typewriters have been
chosen in preference to British or
any others by the Sheffield city
council, which bas just adopted a
proposal to give a fve year's
contract to an American firm of
typewriter manufacturers to sup
ply all machines for the the coun
cil during that period.
The controlling majority of the
council is socialist and the choice
of American machines was due ti
their being less costly than othen.
The non-socialist minority put rp
iff's office to serve as a juror dur-a right against the proposal, but
ing the present term of the cir-jtne majority wouldn't budge. It
cuit court. The centenarian, hale! also turned down an amendment
and hearty, was willing, but the
law fixes the age limit at 70
to give British makers another op
portunity of tendering.
Train of White and Gold
For Afghanistan's King
PORTLAND, June 4. (AP)
One girl was in a critical condition
in a hospital here tonight, another
girl suffered serious injuries and
five other persons were badly
hurt In. an automobile accident
here eaTly today when a car con
taining three young couples
crashed into a milk truck. Those
Miss Borkhild Eggo, 20. frac
tured skull; condition critical.
Miss Nina Carlson, 22, internal
injuries, condition serious.
Miss Helen Aldrich, 21, hip frac
ture, fac elacerations.
Richard Nelson, 22, fractured
E. S. Fowles, 22, face and arm
G. G. Gibson, 22, broken arm.
The youths are all dental stu
dents. John Hinkle, driver of the
milk truck suffered an injured
knee, and lacerations on his face
QUETTA. India (AP) Th
beautiful white and gold painted
train which carried the King of
Afghanistan and his suite across
parts of India, bas teak coaches
adorned with gold-bronzed fit
tings, silver fitted and tiled bath
rooms, electric fans and stoves.
This train 280 yards long needed
four great engines to haul it over
the mountainous section between
Quetta and Chaman.
- A 1M"V In the Sun
Hark To Nature BOSTON Jerry pine'.ll ol
BOSTON Ice company trucks J Revere always sees the celebrities
call daily to serve tourists who are who vltit Boston, no matter h w
"roughing It" in Boston's camp 'great the crowds. He carries a
for motorists. collapsible box on which to stand.
Do you fear middle-age?
BASS PRESENT EVIDENCE
Examination of Stomach Made;
Some Contain Fish
PORTLAND, June 4. (AP)
Fonr striped bass, weighing from
five to sight pounds each from
the waters of Coos bay appeared
as mute witnesses in behalf of
their kind at a silent hearing held
here today in the office of Harold
Clifford, state game warden.
The bass were brought up from
Coos county to answer charges
that they prey on commercial and
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