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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. MORNING, JUNE 15, 1923
Hood River was solemaued at fonr
o'clock yesterday Afternoon in the
;f Willamette TTni-enit- h.iwl with
u Dr. Carl Gregg Doner, assisted by
Ffter. Fred C. Taylor, officiating.
1. Mrs. Black, who graduated from
Marriage of Miss Gladys Wil-.Violin Students of Miss Eliz
, son and Emerson P. Black J abeth Levy Presented in
Solemnized 1 Interesting Recital
The marriare of Kiss CL&dra ! Ml. Elizabeth Lew nresen ted a
-jV" Wilson and Emerson P. Black of J group of her violin students in n
interesting recuai wwaewij
ning, Juno 13. at the First Con
Assisting on the program were
Professor T. S. Roberts, organist;
and Miss Margaret Hogs and Miss
Mildred Abbott, pianist.
Numbers, of particular interest
were "Sonata A Major" played in
tour tempos by Miss Fare Irvine;
The Wild Indian" (Severn) nlar
ed by Ralph Branch who was
University with the
class of 1922, is the elder daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wilson
Of Salem. She has been a member
.-. at the hLrh ahool facultv at Hood
River for the past two rears. MtA picturesque Indian
! h. .nn r Mr .a r a costume; "Serenade" (Schubert)
v a nt.v of r ,'m, a ..- hy Miss Yvonne Pickell. with
. . .1 -ine organ accompaniment played
" ul 01 vrago- mate coi I professor Roberts; numbers by
.wp, eorrauis. He is now in ousi
i nese in Hood Rirer where the
HTOir fnnnl will mika thlr
! -A number of out-of-town guests
were present for- the lovely cere
mony which m-as followed by an
informal reception at the C. F.
Wilson home Jon North Cottage
Several attractive pre-nuptial af
lairs were given in Mrs. Black's
i : . honor.
).-:. Mrs. U. O. Boyer and Mrs. B
i fi"v E. Carrier enterUined with a de-
i 'Iightful ' shower Tuesday evening
i?.:t the Carrier home on Court street
; In compliment to the bride-elect.
i The evening was spent infor-
I mally. Miss Onna Mclntyre, attir
!f? ed as a gypsy fortune teller, nre-
l i vented the honor guest with many
?.. - ... .
lolin choir, which is the largest
organization of the kind in Salem,
wd has the following personnel
Faye Irvine, Tvonae Pickell. Peg
Kj Wagstaff, June Director. Hor-
tense Taylor. Joyce Phelps. Ber
nice Blakeslee. Henrietta Blakes-
iee, Agnes Poellner. Tommy Set
tlemier. Ralph Branch. Percie
Miles. Mildred Thompson, Norma
Greene. Ruth Butler, Dan Quick.
Robert Huston, Esther Heckart.
Barbara Walker, and Margaret
The complete program included
Gypsy Love Song Herbert
Swing Song ,.,.....-..Zamecnik
May Flowers Zamecnik
The Duck Pond Severn
Tommy Set tlemier
The Wild Indian Severn
, Social Calknoak
High, school Epworth League.
First If. E. church. Miss Helen
Breithaapt, 7S5 North th street
Frf-Nl-Da club. Picnic dinner
and dance. Hasel Green.. Dinner
served at six-thirty o'clock.
West Side Circle, Ladles' Aid
society, Jason Lee church. Mrs,
Frank CotlhM, 1790 North Com
mercial street, hostess. 2:30
Hal Hibbard auxiliary. Mrs. If.
W. Baker, 1125 Hines street hos
Business Men's Bible dans and
Woman's Bible class; First M. K
church. Picnic. Hagers Grove.
Meet at church at 1:00 o'clock.
Advanced pupils of Profeasor T.
3. Robert. In recital. Roberts'
ttudiot 605 North Summer street,
8: 00 -o'clock.
Oregon Shrine. Banquet. Port
land. Local members may make
reservations with Amos V
Art section, Salem Arts League.
Dr. Mary Rowland, Court street
hostess, 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs, W. Edington
Boyd Receive Con
. Salem friends are sending; mc
sages of congratulation to Mr. and
Mrs. W. Edington Boyd (Danta
Robins) of Long: Beach, California
who are the parents of a son horn.
Saturday, Jon e.-
Both Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
TO 61 IE PH'
Officers Elected at Meeting
of Missionary Society of
fason Lee Church
At the meeting of the Woman's
Home Missionary society of Jason
Lee Methodist church Wednesday
afternoon, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
president. Mrs. P. J. Voth; yice-
. J. Burt Burton of the Maahat
tan Flayers la speaking of the
! tA Ka n I 1 jut. .J
graduates of Oregon Stato college. I crd.- .t T. wi.i .Tm
mJt U T M m , . 1 -
Z Y TlJ mam flBrl"One of the greatest difficulties
w.BrWVaBrw,- venn lit VUTIAA"
Professor Roberts WO. Pre- kaTe a sufficient degree of origin-
sent Aavoncea Students lal and spontaneous comedy. This
til Recital 1 play, "The Push," Is one of the
Professor T. S. Roberta 1 nN. best comedies we hare been able
ntln hi. ..1... . I io secure m tne past year, it
-.lfr-t ,T w.l" 77: I Just released and we were -one of
. ,7 Jr. " " m,, first to secure a production
suiaw. v nana simmer street, leas af th oari
rrifnds of the students will be Irison. the author of "The Pnsh
muaded in the guest croup. I has never set Broadway wild with
Assisting on the program will any of his plays, and yet he la ac-
be Mrs. Malcolm R&mn ! icreauea with having wruten some
Leonard CJtadwlck, vioUnlst; and he lt plays of late years and
ProfManr nak4, til .i.. F"' 01 mesa nave oeen seen in
rro lessor Roberts, who will play ntlw M
m I - riw,Mvwy wvaj vu WavaX7 va
several organ, numbers. . I New Tors-. n wma "Sointi
Salem Ministerial Union "-"The Only Road.-The Awaken-
joys Pientc at Hager's GrovelD 01 John slater." and "Other
The Salem Ministerial Union IPOP1' Business" and undouht-
their families 'and friends. ath- , Jur . t . B . Z,r
rei tH, . , in thia city. Just as I believe it
ared for a picnic Tuesday evening ..na . wV tn tn kv ..
.1 TI r, I
red distinct Darts. Verb forms,
principal parts, selection of rer-1
bala la sentence, slaguiar ana
possessive of noun, adjective and
adverbs, prepositions, verb and
noun constructions, kinds of sen
tences classified as to meaning and
structure, pronouns, composition
and letter writing war the theme
of some of tha major questions.
But one of the reosxaphr anes-
Uons was on the United State.
the Klondike, black-seeded tut-
iety and am sweet melons. The
trad Is taking them rapidly at
4 H cents per pound in large lota.
Cantaloupes ham shown a slight
decline this week, the fancy stock
now quoted at anywhere from
$1.7S to 3.25 per crate.
Willamette Professor to
Spend Ten Weeks Study
ing Social Conditions
On Sunday moraine Dr. Frank
G. Franklin of Willamette univer
sity will sail from 'Seattle for a
ten weeks' tour of the Orient. The
tour is under the direction of Dr.
Josef Washington Hall, better
known aa Upton Close, of the de
partment of sociology of the Uni-1
rersity of Washington. There I
will be 45 in the party.
It seems to be a principle of
uttar-modera music that the best
Instrument Is the one which will
make the most noise. -
THS FIELD!" '
Oft. COMPAMV or
The party will first go to Ja
reafl the iMt rktittur nitl T 1mi i" wuma wu wtrc&s wm uo I m
Various outdoor games were en- believe it detracts xrota the en-ltDent tudying various social llAsOLIhlr
I.J , 1 , I j . . . . . . I (tn n 1 1 in 1 "mm T.n.n , K a
(" iu uw evening. uofmeai 01 m piay 10 announce Uiei. - -" '" COlm
Corers were arranged for 30 atl,torT bore the performance Is " "m ouangaa .wen w.
the picnic dinner table,. ?r hut I cnaalely sr S'-T "
n. t r .i , . iiais iui anyone woo uoesn 1 1 --
r a- McConaIck' ReT- E- laugh hundreds of times while Throughout the Oriental tour
J. Ascnenbrenner and Rer. S. Dar-I-Htnin- -n --.t, -.. w. I the party will use native means of
low Johnson were in charge of the! In an awful state of meljehl-. I transportation. d has been
affair. I Seldom does a nlar onset the I warned to be prepared for many
equilibrium of our acting cast, but I kind of inconveniences.
Bible Classes of First Meth- tWa on did and It was I Mr- Close made a similar trip
. ' - ' -clrl , v i ... ii I in at mi mm or with - irrriii r nt mi-r
bctciiii icararuii oeiore luey I -
- THIS WEEK-END
I. At 25c a lb.
v-t DRUG STORK Vi
Original Candy Special Store
185 X. CoinT St.
The Peculiar Store
w . , i . , wr . . I seven
president. Mrs. A. J. Vick: record-P"?' nurcn nwnave trxcnxc I could compose themselves suffi- University of Washington men.
ing and corresponding secretary.! ne Business Men's Bible class ciently to give proper reading and and the tour thIa year 18 heing
Mrs. C. T. FoUon; treasurer, Mrs. I luo womu" "ej class of portrayal of their parts. If it's uireciea in sucn a manner mat
V. W. Chad wick: mite box seere-rnB irst "etnoout church will I fun you seek, "The Push will fill I1" pay miy oesi see a cross-
Ury. Mrs. Emma Roberts: stew-Pold tneIr anBna P'cnic at Ha- the bilL
lrdshlp secretary, Mrs. Ella Ty- " U,U'D ims evening.
er; temperance secretary, Mrs.
Emma Hocking; and birthday sec
retary. Mrs. Mickleson.
All members planning to attend
ire asked to meet at the church
at six o'clock as transportation I
will be furnished.
li Miss Ruth Bedford and Miaa Ku-iL Cinquantaine ... Gabriel Marie
IfcV.renia Saraee eah nlflv.H vi Hortense Taylor
-i . I Andant Cantabile ..P. Tschaiwoski
Ifi T"l " . .... Prom Violin Quartette Arr. Kreis-
m " ' aiciaire a ler. Joyce Phelps
;: Bertnn Rowan of Spokane. Wash- Duet Indian Love Call Friml
ffc'JiMngton assisted Mrs. Carrier andlBernice and Henrietta Blakeslee
trs. uoyer in serving. I iuuiui tosiume;
45n5. .The. guest srroun included Mr. I WTilliamette Blakeslee at the Pianc
5EiTlnw.k- Mr. t,i. M.Ja) Habanera Zamecnik
liz , """:. b Tn Rry enn
lrWrenn, Miss Ruth Bedford. Miss Serenade "Schubert
aavage, miss ueryi Holt, xvonne Pickell
?Mfoa Gladys Mclntyre, Miss Orma To a Wild Rose MacDowell
aiclntyre. Miss Grace Holt, Mi Percie Miles
i Arn, Emmel. Mi u.nnrio Polonaise Bohm
I ler. Miss Eloise Reid. MiM p.-,,! HenrietU Blakeslee
it-TtKnark. Mr. .'.Jl-oncerto Rondo Seiti
;aK.,.r ".. Margarett Hogg
5e- "T, . n i-mn i concerto No. 1 De Beriot
Vl suverton; auss iva Dell Crozer.l Bernice Blakeslee
Miss Gladys Crozer Moore. MissGyP"y Airs Wier
Faith Pridav. Miss Mariorie Rlake I Agnes Poellner
Miss Elizabeth Taft. Mrs. Howard A,,ero Brillante Ten Have
George. Miss Louise Bryan, Miss F,Tesi nanf"ne Director k
Carolyn Wilson. Mrs. C. F. WIl- SZS.ZIIZZ
-, r,. George raooreneaa. Mrs. I Mildred Thompson
Lyda Fake Brown. Mrs. Carl I CansonetU D'Ambrosio
oregg Doney. Mrs. John M. Canse.l Mazurka Wieniawski
Mrs. Lora Belle Miles. Mrs. Oral rsorma Greene
F. Mclntrre. Mia. Naomi t.i-I00414 A- Mar Handel
tid tb.hn.t..... D.--; A"esro-Adagio-AIlegretto
f Dr. and Mrs. Blatchford En
l. tertain in Honor of
to Faye Irvine
Marching Song Ambrosio
ronsn i?oik Tnne Arr. Auer
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Biatch- j National President Will At
flord entertained with a deliehtfnl I c n .
iir ho. "r:' ,f 5
.3sv'- . . - - ' .1 The national nresident Mr Id.
-uqui ci i nr. q n n upa a- 11 --! -e - -
... v.r.rr.::: : r:-g,"kow or Grand Rapid. Michi-
co""' v-a.nu. um who are ineiri ran. will he In ttnrf-. . k,
1 . ' - . mv-
nouse guesis tor. several weeks. I ;tate convention of the O. A. R.
ir. uevris is superintendent of the I d allied organizations which
Jl.i.l.. . . .w. ..... .. .1111 K kaM u T, I nr.j
uuHiti oi IUO iWeinOalStl " "- nuscuurg neuBDB-
conference. The affair also honor-lIa3r Thursday, and Friday. June
iei Dr t n M.r.--,iAw f I1'. . ana zin.
,oau scnooi or Theology who was a
!t .classmate of Mrs. Lewis' at Ham
Miss Vera Prudhomme An
nounced June 30 as Date of
Miss Vera Prudhomme daurh-l'lM;r"wrV
ler of Josenh Prudhomme of Pnrt.l Mra- M. W.
Afrt?. i?aA:cr PFt. i?e Hostess
at Meeting of Hal Hibbard
OF STATE MEETING
section of Oriental life as Mr.
Close found it on his previous
The party will keep out of the
Chineee war zone, but will make
an attempt to get a first hand view
of actual living conditions of Ori
ental people. The trip will not
resemble the ordinary tourist
Journey at all.
Baker will be hos-L Salem Grang No; 7 7ttl hold
- ' WW 111 L-3 UUB I . .
!and. whose engagement to Dr. tess at the mo-thly social meeting i" refu,r mfe"ng featuraay. June
Dard Auxiliary. U. 8 v'" tv o, "v,. ".""'
Dr. A. Slaughter will give a re
port of the Oregon state grange
meeting in Rainier. Other mem
bers of the Salem grange in at
tendance were Seymour Jones,
state market agent. Mr. and Mrs
C. H. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. A. E
Watermelons and cantaloupes
are getting to be almost an old
story to the habitual downtown
Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Milton shopper for they have been in the
hich Miss Mildred John-1 tensively entertained
un ana Alias Martha shull will he I departure east.
nostesses Wednesday afternoon at
Milton Steiner was annonnred nlf Hal Hibbard
February has chosen Satnrdav I"- V. this afternoon in her home
June 30, as her wedding day. Dr.u 1126 Hines street.
sterner is the son of Dr. and Mrs. It r- . . . '
It. E. Lee Steiner. The ceremony Leav Eor Extended Eur
will take place in the evenine mtopean Trio
the Unitarian church. I Mrs. Mark S. Skiff. Jr. fThelma
A number of affairs are nlan-1 Dykes) of Portland will n jnn.
ned tnr tha hrlilU. l il. .IK If A. , t . . ..
tnrtnirht r , 1..- v r". fcVttUCU Brown, Mr. and Mrs. w. L, Smitii. store windows ior over a weei
"-w iuvui en lUllCu - v).nu U1U. Ol 13, ftKlir WBJl PT. I r m ----. . ,1 I
aon for which Miss Mildred Jnhn-I tensivelv entertaiB-d iJrZr ZlA- nd M, F. F- Towii6end and and by now are moving out quite
Miss Ethel Fletcher. I read il v. The watermelons are of
ine xoiiowing program win De
giren during the lecturer's hour at
1:30 o'clock Saturday.
Song, "What Shall the Harvest
Be? Salem grange.
Song, Robert McGUchrist
Address by Iran Stewart.
Vocal duet, "Springtime," Carol
Cummines and Ernest Saraee.
Thursday afternoon at the home of i.-h. ' Song, "The Dear Old Farm.'? Sa-
rs. e. E. Bergman, 601 Cheme-I . . 7 ' . ,,me8 lem grange
keta street comnlimenHn- ,k I "ullUMUa na meir small son
ious patriouc organizations of thel Visiting Relatives in
-u women or the G. A. R.. the Mrs. F. X. Albrich and h-
" iuo w. k. u. mem ber 1 1 rank, have --.- n-.n,
-.. I . . '""
-. .. Bu.u.rj pr bod or veter-l wasnmgton, where they will re- LARGEST NUMBER
the Campbell Court Hotel.
Daughters of Veteran nf
Civil War Sponsoring Tea
The Daughters of Veterans of
the Civil War will sponsor a tea
from two-thirty to five o'clock next
Mrs. George Rodgers Will
Spend Summer in British
Mrs. George F. Rodgers left ear
lier In the week for Vancouver. B
jU, where she will spend the sum-
"r wun ner unn-fn-isw .ni
149 TEACHERS WRITE
rv some l
ans. ana the G. A. R. veterans, are Jmain for several days as the guests! TIME; GRAMMAR TEST LONG
r Mrs. Albrich's sister, Mrs. J. B
all Invited to attend the affair.
Art Section of Salem Lea-
Tue Will Meet Mondau
The Art Section of the Rai.ml
Arts League will meet at seven-
Returns From Breiten-
Mrs. Olive 'Williams of Portland
tate president, and Miss Julia
Webster and Mrs. Mary Entress of
Salem, past state nrealdentii. will
A crystal bowl of canterbury (Also be present for the convention
iC'f hells, larkspur, sweet Williams, andl "lons. Mrs. C. N. Need ham who
mariarolds centered th inn di-J1 a national officer and the only
! Vln- tahu rn.r. . -.1- -lan a the state, plans to attend
. o . no.o ummo. iui . , m .. .
!,-, .,. I oi interesting attain
'i?. rr ' " OT,B are planned for the convention.
Le al Dr. McCormick; Dr. and Umong them the dinner which wS
: 4. - Mr. Tnin Uirtln rnnao ..Jlk. . aw- . . .
it " " -"ot , ncv. suuiu (iiu mi ms umpqua notei non
i - & N . M . I f . r ,
fcV Mrs. Fred C. Taylor. Dr. and Mrs.lorine Mrs. Glasgow.
1 TV.- O Ut... Mi Tf . .
if :elmer, Mrs. B. E. Carrier. andMl Laura Austin Gives In-
. 55 the host and hostess. Dr. and Mra.terfttflr lalK at Meeting
3j vBlatchford. ; " I Of VV, rV M. S.
i; 4rOn Tuesday morning Mrs. Dufk-I Mla Laor Austin who has
J ieimei- in.i. . I spent the past 23 years enrared in
y..-f.",-- . u-ww. i.iwcieij ot tne nrst Methodist
t-'-nnti Mrs. Blatchford were addi-l church Wednesday afternoon.
;ianai guests. I mua Austin suggested that a
, I I clear picture of India, the conn
j Wedding of Interest Takes trT a,d !t mhabitanu. could be
Pcure Ml Portland iaen-ea rrom reading the three
, iMce in rtrnmna i book8 Christ of the Indian w.d
'f-ftThe: wedding of Mrs. Chloel "Mother India;" and "An Await-
isr' jsasnor wero ana Daniel E. Crow- ing world." An interesting report
'ft'i;iey of . San Francisco was solem I0' her work in Bombay was giren
if nixed last might at the heme of I0' in speaker.
jlfte brlde?s mother, Mrs. K. Bashor Lv. 5," c; 1J,,or conducted
r i Portland Ithe devotionaL Miss Margaret
sr JStt.therUnd U4 1o gave
. . . viu" ot ne general con
Exactly 49 men and women who
wish to teach in Marion county
next year were writing on one or
more of the state teachers' exam-l
;n--.n. -,. ,-i- - - r ,i
A ft-- --.J .U , j..!.. ,vo,u.,, V1UUIJ
. Duu,us lures weeKS ail SUDerlntendent F'tilkersnn
Kmtftnkii.l. 0.1 . . I m. i . ... . .... I
thlrtv nV unni.. ... r .1 """" opuago, air. j. t.i inis numner is the largest tnat
the itndfo kf Ste-Tr?1" MWk hM turned to his home has gathered since the new lawre-
land ' ww-i-n salem. iulring one year of Normal work I
cor teacning went Into effect.
Three years ago 99 teachers wrote.
superintendent Fulkerson looks
All persons interested are invif.l
;J to atten. bringing sketch pads "Girl in Every Port"
Miss Ruth M
Brautl is section
Film Nnu of rnn!Al or .nl7 a d?zen or " to appear
- vpi.ujiror tne examinations in
iue to the fact that most teachers
Fox Films' "A Girl in Evervlw111 be busy teaching then and not
Port," will have a showinr to- worrying about a future year.
night at the Canitol Thi i. .1 TodaT " the last day those who
Out-of-Toum Guests Attend
Meeting of Barbara Friet-
f I splendid romance of a deen .la.re 8eekinS one and year cer-
Mrs. Tillie Rodgers. Mrs. Adam l..n. J ?J . eep. ,ea I tif icates will write. Saturdav onlv
uoltra. Mrs. R. E. Knapp; Mrs. Ad-KJe ZZ ZZ'T those who are taking the life ex
ams, and Mrs. James Arnold all of if WOrld,'rom Am- Umlnations will be in attendance.
loany, ana Mrs. George C. Lane : 7 victor mc- une man has been writing on all
of Seattle. Washington were spe- t"111 haa the stellar role with I examinations to secure this certif
cial Quests at the meeting of the a c&mt ot e'sht screen favorites. I icate and at least two others are
oaroara jneichie Tent Wednes-wno e in the femlnene leads isxpected to appear on Saturday,
day evening in the Woman's club-1 I Two of the examinations civen
house on North Cottage street. I Boys in the navr don't have yesterdy were grammar and geo
Two Bew..memo". M". Keith much libertv. efth, V FaPhy. The former was one of the
f."""" te8ta: w!.th . Questions
lurmany initiaiea into membership I .7 . ana two optional, filling a care
of the local tent. m,u'Bt iuP out of airplanes and half with small printed mat-
i. au & r
For the snappy youngr business man
Put the stamp of good taste on
THE PRICE SHOE CO.
135 No. Liberty St.
i : ..of Mrs. Nero's, read the service lalference which was held recentl- in
,y' Arthe presence ot Intimate friends of I 'he east.
f.' . the bridal connle. I A sum of two and a half IU
IvMias Ida Loseth was the only at-,lo,Vdo,u7 h" ben led in the
; ;tendant. ' y.'?5 th of the For-
kfrn 1-tltt aw. .Ati.4. aw
. JIT r. IT111 .ln report. Miss Suther
Ruth Creed sang, accompanied bvlland ala innv. nr . .n .
I . Andre Kostelaneta. The bridal mu- the conference which came when
o&a j6c was pUyed by Dr. Emil Enna.pUnly Jones resigned after har-
t-Irs.;Jrowley has many friends I'" "B "wop. : r
f.-.'tk Salem. She has directed the nil"-Pi."."11?? hox opening
tf-;-rt-. k- IWB anernoon. It was
?"- . -.w .-o i -ireponea that 23 members of the
sesoM. ; . Ilocal sodetr attended th. dn-t
r.-i. rfli. rj- i - l . --v-m fc AUM-
touted atM-F. Durham Home Mrs. Ronald Glover. Mrs. W. E.
si--5 rfm.h nthi- i. xM..lMrs. H. F. Shanks d resided m tha
r-A r : "-irin- . v.: .
t Baptist church of which Mr. Rob- i7tVfir mlmh... V ,
f r t.' t. -I. ?rty-nve members were in at
" T ViZ. whi- lenaance for the afternoon.
, II : ed the plcnle dinner held Tuesday -
fv evening at the home of Mr. and Baptist Mission Young Mar-
; j, - Mm. h. F. Durham. rd People's Class
' I Dinner was served at small ta- Entertained. ' , '
' bF a"s4 on the lawnn k & The Baptist Mission Young Jtfar-
i.; Games, cdnTersatlon and music rled People's class was entertaln-
,C i'rt-'rr enjoyed later In the evenlnxll with, n picnic CSt evening-. at
;as -the guests sat around a large the home el Mr. and Mrs. D. R.
i i:; Jonfire. ,t . 1 Peterson in MorninrtddeiT
Af OA.nart Entertains
With Interesting Affair
Miss Veiled Ohmart entertain
ed at dinner Wednesday evening In
her apartment on North 14th
street, complimenting three of her
Alpha Phi Alpha sorority sisters
JSJff far7 Cud, Miss Donna
Hildesheim. and Miss Mabel Flatt,
who are leaving shortly for their
homes where they wOl spend the
Additional guests for the eve
ning were Miss Agnes Emmel and
Mis Lysl SheldL. '
Attend Convention in
the East :
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Steiner
aid Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Fry. Sr..
left yesterday for Minneapolis.
Minnesota where ther will h. in
attendance at the national Rotary
without opening their narachntes Iter and including nearl- h.i 1
T - . i - """" I
FLY A NEW
- Today and Sat,
MA Girl In Every
Action and thrills at
8ee and lore and
Romance with "A
Girl Im Every Port.
SEE AND HEAR
In m Comedy .
- ' Offering
n j a - f r i a . H . n -i I j "-ea- s
H I--; Qa-u-..i-l
A Hiirrleaae of Human)
The most widely dlc
d story of the cewtnry!
SADIE THOMPSON I '
The.sur yow'II nwrer for --t.
ADDED TONIGHT-AJQ SATURDAY
MATJXKK AND MIGHT ; r ' '
in n iLUnrlOHts Donoestle Cooaedy -
"The Push" i
The 'Au-rer to Oonpaudkeanto 'llanlace
Showing picture ot
t "- 4.- . Tft
FLAG DAY. Jim 14fY.'
INDEPENDENCE DAY, Jiil4th
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X Description of tTafj-5r;'';;Xj ,
. " w.np- taot - printed ) and fast cSm, ft
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