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' '. THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1928 - g
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Marriage of Miss Kruger
and Edgar Brock Takes
The marriage of Miss Echo
Kruger and Edgar Brock was sol
emnized at four o'clock Sunday
afternoon at the Court street
Her. R. L. Putnam of LaGrande
read the service, with Rev. N. J.
Reasoner assisting, in the presence
of 3 00 friends.
The bride wore a wedding gown
and shoulder veil of white silk
crepe trimmed with rhinestones
and lace. She carried a shower
bouquet of carnations and sweet
National Meeting of B. and
P. W. Clubs Will Stress
Programs of Education
NEW YORK. N. Y. July 6.
The tenth annual convention of
the National Federation of Busi
ness and Professional Women's
clubs at New Orleans, La.. July
9-14, will probably be the most
important from the angle of pro
gram building that the organiza
tion has yet held.
The occupational survey of
menibtrs of the federation carried
on the past two years by the Uni
versity of Michigan through Mis
Margaret Elliott, federation chair
man of personnel research, is ir.
Miss Helen Kruger, sister of ! process of tabulation. It will short-
the bride, as the maid of honor
wore white georgette over apricot,
and carried an arm bouquet !
The two bridesmaids; Miss Opal
Kruger and Miss Violet Kruger.
wore ; pink and blue flowered
frocks with corsages of sweet peas
in pastel shades.
Clyde Brock acted as best man.
The ushers were Albert Park and
Miss Doris Allen sang "Garden
of Happiness" preceding the cere
latsy. Mendelssohn's "Wedding
March" as a duet was played by
Miss Mary Kruger and Robin Mo
ser. A reception was held following
After a short wedding trip, Mr.
and Mrs. Brock will return to Sa
lem to make their borne.
Mrs. Bernardi Hostess at
Delightful Meeting of
Salem War Mothers
iy make available a flood of new
lata regarding the vocational
problems of business and profes
sional women which will be made
the basis for an extension of the
educational and vocational pro
gram of .the federation.
Miss Frances Cummings of New
York City, who has just been add
ed to the staff of the federation
as its educational secretary, will
be at the convention and will out
line her plans for increased activ
ity along educational and voca
tional lines. A series of occupa
tional round tables dealing with
the varying occupational prob
lems of the 2000 delegates will be
held on July 9, the opening day
of the convention, and on the suc
ceeding day a dinner will be held
attended by the chairmen and sec
retaries of these various round
tables at which Miss Cummings
will preside, and at which the sal
ient facts brought out at each
round table will be presented
These facts will be correlated
Mr t a rwnarrfT wa hnot.io and ar thelr Prt in the de-
, jliilw... i , o. ! velopment of the vocational pro-
at a delightful meeting of the Sa-
i n TO
lem chapter of American War.' Th; twofold object of the fed.
Mnt hora Tnaaittkv sftarnnnn in nor .......
' u:oij . . . "".erallons crtllMtlnnal nnrt vnrn-
MXIX STKEET METHODIST
1.1th aad Hill i recta. Patrik X. Iah
liu. paster; Alta M. Gentry, actio- pan
tor, 15th and Mill streets. SerTire:
II a. m. Sermon topic: "UiaC he
I.ii-ht" Sunday icbool: 8:45; Mils K.
taer Kricksoa, Supt. Young people's
't t: Kpworth League p. m. Miss
Either Erickeon. leader. Topic: Hymns
and Pray era of the Social Awakening.
Not early hour. The league plana to go
' croup t the Chautauqua Jeetarc on
the Wi!!amet)e rampus. Week-day aer
icea: Wednesday evenicf H o clork, pray
er aneeliDf. Subject under diaeuaaios
will be "BuiMiag Character." Women's
Foreifa Uitionary focety will meet
Monday ereniBf at 8 o'clock at the home
of Mill Amanda 0!aon, 235 Strand Ave.
Ladies Aid aoriety will meet at the
homo of Mra. fttrenatrom, 1895 Arade
trert. on Tuearlay afternoon t 2 o'clock.
A atory hour for the children will be held
Saturday a f tern no o at the chureh. 8triea
will becin at 2 o'clock. Garnet will fol
FIKST CHKISTIAN SCIENCE
Corner of Liberty and Cnemeketa Sta.
Sunday morning aervicea at II. Sunday
evenina; aervicea are diarontinued during
July and August. Subject of leaon aer
mon. "Sarrament." Wednesday evening
.t 8 o'clock. Sjnday achool ia held at
CHElfXKETA 8TBEET EVAHOEUCAX
Corner of Chemeketa and N. 17th Sta.
G. C. Erakine. paator. 28 K. 17th 6t.
Phone 1008 W. Kervicea: 11 a. m., and
S p. m. Sermon toplca: morning. "The
Duty, aad Helpfalneaa of Worahip." ra
ning. Evaogeliatic. Sunday achool: 10
a. m. : O. Jt. Btrauabacgh. Bnpt. Cfaria
tian Endeavor. 7 p. m. ; Eff i Grimea,
loader. Mid-week prayer aemea: Thurs
day eTeaing at 8 o'clock; T. Kara, leader.
home on South High street.
tional program is to see that each
The program Thursday evening
included greetings by Dr. W. J.
Kerr, president of the college; a
brief talk, by Dr. J. R. Jewell,
dean of vocational education; and
musical numbers given under the
The afternoon was spent sewing future business girl achieves at
on a quilt which will be sent to least a high school education by
the Veterane' hospital in Portland. ' means of scholarships, and Miss
Refreshments were served at' t'urnniings will map out a pro-
the tea hour. Hydrangeas and -rani for tne achievement of the
fern arranged in combination with -alu?r bv Placing at the disposal
pink and blue tapers or silver; ofhe 90 clubs in the federation
r,m.i .w ,..ricr0 information as to the best voca-
..... . j . . i tional guidance experts whom they
he a ract.vely-appo.ntedea ta- their membeis can conUct y
Die-. Mrs. AiarK sum cut lee-s anui
Mrs. c H. Lockwood assisted in Stoddard King Speaker at
Tnegroup included: Mrs. F. E. SiMirner Session Banquet
Shafer. Mrs. F. A Elliott, Mrs. C. 0,1 - A- C- Campus
M. Lockwood. Mrs. W. C. Hawley,1 Stoddard King, writer of light
Mrs. J. S. Humphrey, Mrs. A. A.;verte' was the "Peaker at the an-
Lee. Mrs. W. J. Hagedorn. Mrs.' "ual 8"mmer sfssion ban?,u; 1 hld
Mary E. Watson, Mrs. Mark SkiffJ ''""n; "'tng tIISne" ha" D
. t tne Oregon State College campus.
Mrs. C. W. Beechler. Mrs. Joe Mr K,ng ,s known througnout
Martin. Mrs. Lemuel Hobson. Mrs. lne country for his writing. His
E. M. Croiean and the hostess lwo books, "What the Queen
Mrs. Bernard!. j Said," and "Grand Right and
There will be no business meet-. Left," will be followed this Sep-
fngs of the chapter through the lember by "Listen to the Mocking
Mr end Mrs. Jascn Hoover
Visiting Friends and Rel
atives in Salem v
Mr an1 Mra Jasnn llflOVPr and
Iheir three ,ons: Alfred, ciark i1?"0? f Petrl d,rector of
tnd Roy, of Blsmark, North Da-ru"v "l v"
kr are visiting f.iends and rel- Vw,7ori in Oregon
tles in Salem. r, . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bismark and their r e w
.... . . , I Mrs. C. E. Clowe and her son,
rhildren motored west, covering .. " , ,,, . '
.. .. , . , . . . (Carlton, of Dexter, Missouri, are
ver 2300 miles on the trip which, guestJJ th week of Mr9 CIowe.8
Included visits to the Black Hills slsteT.f Mr8 E T Reld 670 North
of South Dakota and to Yellow-' Liberty street. While in the west.
stone National Park. Mrs. Clowe and her son will visit
Mr. and Mre. Lloyd Stlffler en-,. Mrs. Harry Dunkin in Portland
tertained Monday evening with an' and also Curtis Kelley In Corval-
attraclive dinner party honoring Us. They will return to the east
the visitors. Additional guests for; by motor early In August.
the evening were: Mrs. Henry!
Crawford and Miss Eleanor Craw
ford, also of Bismark, North Dakota.
Local Club Croup Enter
tained With Picnic at
Hazel Green Park
Members of the Pinochle club
and a group of their friends met
Wednesday for a picnic dinner at
Hazel Orea Park.
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Follis. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Follis, Gibson Follis, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Shirley, Dr. and Mrs.
Lee Wood, Mi.is Esther Wood,
Mice Dorothy Bosshard, and
Charles Raffety, all special guests,
and the following club members:
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Raffety, Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Darby, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Abst, Mr. and Mrs Ira Follis,
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Darby. Mr. and
Mrs. Laird and Mr. and Mre. P. J.
W. R. C. Regular meeting. Mc
Coxnack hall. 2:00 o'clock. Instal
lation of officers.
Need lec raft club. Mrs. I. L. Mc
Adams, 245 D street, hostess. 2:30
Salem O..A. t. club. Picnic. Ha
zel Green Park. Afternoon and
Chemeketa Chapter, D. A. R.
Mrs. I. L. Patterson, hostess. Covered-dish
luncheon, 1:00 o'clock.
CASTLE CHAP EX. HOTTED B1ETHREX
Corner N. 17th and Neb. At. W. '.
Blodgett. paator, 1743 Neb. Are. Phono
'2022 J. Service: 11 a. .. and 8 p. m.
Sermon topica: "The Oca Thing Need
ful," a. m. No aervica p. m. Sunday
achool: 10; A. E. Bradfield. Bupt. Toung
people ' meetinga: 7; Floyd Bailey, prea
ident; J-uor C. E. 7: Mra. Working.
Supt. Week-day terricea: Proyer meet
ing Thuradar erening at 8 o'clock. La
diea Aid Wednesday; W. hi. A. Toeaday
at 'I p. m.
OLAJJ TIDINGS ICSSIOK
343 Court 81 C. 8. Johnaon. paa
tor. 431 8. Cottage. Sereicea: 3 and 8
p. m. Sunday achool: 2 p. m. Week-day
service: Tueacay," Thuraday and eatur
Members of Beta Chi Soror
ity Will Meet Each Week
Six members of the Beta Chi
sorority of Willamette University
whose homes are in Salem will
meet for luncheon each week
throughout the summer months.
The group, which includes:
Miss Mary Lou Aiken, Mips Rose
Huston. Miss Helen Ashliman.
Miss Mildred Pugli, Miss Florence
Power, and Miss Grace White,
met Tuesday afternoon In the
Green Gate room of the Spa.
LESLIE MEMORIAL CHURCH
Method lat Eplacopai)
South Commercial and My era atreet.
8. barlow Johnaon, pafctor. 848 K. My
era. phone 2764. Morning won! ip 11
o'clock. "Thoughte from tha Episcopal
Addrefc. Anthem, ''Sun of My Soul
(lleyser). Happy Evening Hour begin
(Continued on page 7.)
Return From Extended Mo
tor Trip in the South
After motoring for the past fort
night in southern California and
Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glov
er, their daughter. Miss Maxlne
Glover; and Mr. and Mrs. John
Brophy, have returned to their
homes in Salem.
Spending the Week-End
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lainson
and their small son. Earl Freder
ick, are spending the week-end at
Guest in Portland For
Mrs. B. J. Miles is spending sev
eral days in Portland. She is the
guest of her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Knight.
Reunion of Elgin Family
The descendants of George Mel
vin Elgin, Oregon pioneer, enjoy
ed a family reunion one day re
cently at the fairgrounds.
nrfJle ar,ernoo wn Motor to Woodburn
conversation and games, following! n
the picnic dinner. 1 l" ""i
Among the grandchildren pres- Mrs- RoD(?rt Mnia and Miss
ent for the reunion were Judge Avon Smith were guests Wednes-
O. A. C. Club Will Have
Picnic Friday Evening
The Salem O. A .C. club will
hold a picnic on the afternoon and
evening of Thursday. July 12, at
Hazel Green Park. All alumnae of
the college are invited to attend.
and Mrs. 11. H. Hewitt of Albany;
Russell Sewell of Portland; Mrs.
Clayborne M. Walker of Salem;
Mrs. Craven of Alameda, Califor
nia; Russell Sewell of Portland;
and George, Harry, and Clifford
Elgin, all of Salem.
Guests in Salem Earlier
in the Week
Dr and Mrs. H. H. Olinger had
as their guests earlier in the week
Mrs. Lloyd Shlssler and her daugh
ters, Barbara and Frances, of Har
risburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Felker
Will Make Their Home
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Felker and
their daughter, Dorothy, former
residents of Seattle, have arrived
in Salem and are making their
home on Superior street. Mr. Fel
ker is connected with the Elsl-
nore theater of Salem.,
Motor to Eugene on
Brigadier-General and Mrs.
George A. White and their two
daughters, Miss Dorothy and Miss
Henrietta White, motored to Eu
gene Wednesday, remaining for
day of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Return From Fortnight's
Stay at Seaside
After spending a fortnight in
their summer home, "Steevescote,"
at Seaside, Dr. a,nd Mrs. B. L.
Steevee and their guest, Mrs. F. A.
Legge, have returned to Salem.
Guests of Parents For
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Martin have
as their house guests for several
weeks, their son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. -and Mrs. William R.
Lynn of Washington, D. C. Mrs.
Lynn was formerly Miss Tbelma
Spending Sveral Days
at the Beach-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emmons
are spending several days at New
port and Agate Beacb.
Spending a Fortnight at
Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Anunsen,
their children, and their house
guest, Mrs. H. G. Carson of Sas
katoon, Canada, are spending a
fortnight at Cutler City.
Chemeketa Chapter, D. A. R.
Will Hold Final Meeting ,
0tvf the Season
unemeKeia unapier, uaugmers
of the American Revolution, will
tiold its final meeting of the year,
Friday afternoon at the home of
Governor and Mrs. I. L. Patter-
eon, west of Salem.
A covered-dish luncheon will be
served at one o'clock and a busi
ness meeting will be held later.
Mrs. Homer Goulet regent of the
chapter, asks that all members be
V present for the afternoon as plans
will be completed for the enter
taining of Mrs. Alfred Brosseau,
president-general, who will visit
the west In September.
Girls at Industrial School
Mrs. S. M. Endicott and Mrs.
George E. Lewis motored out to
the Feeble-minded school Thurs
day afternoon to deliver a collec
tion of scrapbooks which have
been completed by the girls of the
State Industrial school under the
direction of the Institutions de-
Pclub of which Mrs. Endicott Is
general chairman. The pictures
were taken from magmslnea con
' trlbuted by members and friends
of the Institutions department.
The FR ENCH SHOP
Now at the close of this Spring and Summer season we
thank our friends of Salem and the Willamette Valley for
the most successful business ever experienced in the his-
tory of this store.
In a few days we will be showing advanced fall styles of
dresses and coats, particularly coats. The styles for fall
are very pleasing and the prices will be exceptionally rea
sonable. At this time we are showing the very newest dresses at
prices ranging from $12.75 to $19.75.
We are Featuring Dresses
$16.75 and $19.75
That for smartness and value are not excelled by any store
in the Willamette Valley.
See Our North Window
The FRENCH SHOP
b Located In the llaeonlc Temple on High Street Salem
ANNOUNCE A SALE OF SPORTS AND
For the Vacationist and
General Utility Wear
We just opened up a big shipment of early fall
Coats that will interest you These are made of nov
elty woolens in cashmeres, homespuns, tweeds, etc.,
checks, plaids, jacquards, in combination colors such
as black and white, tan and orchid, jade and navy,
beige and brown. Straight line and belted models
with contrast linings. All sizes 1 4 to 46, and unparal
leled values. For a short time only.
Salem's Leading Department Store
(Continued from page 2.)
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To Whom Issued
T. O. Kester
Chas. A. Bear
B. W. Macey
Mrs. K. H. Mieft
E. A. Prultt
F. P. Krunkalla
A. L. Clearwater
Francis E. Gray
First Nat'l Bank
P. H. Raymond
N. B. Coffman
Nancy A. Perkins
F. G. Blumhart
M. J. Mahoney
Ianthe J. Sehlbride
A. H. Byers
Ellen E. Kunpy
J. B. Baxter
W. L. Cummings
W. L. Cummings
H. W. Vixby
M. E. Taber
Mrs. Frank Goodwin
E. C. Kester
E. L. Johnson
E. J. Franham
J. J. Wiley
John & M. Lutz
H. M. Sayre
B. & M. E. McKinley
G. & R. Schlag
A. S. Swift
Max J. Lebold
Geo. H. Bell
Margery C. Ferguson
F. M. Brooks
J. J. Kluppengger
Rolla M. Baker
M. T. & B. Miller
J. W. & M. E. Covey
C. D. Troudt
G. E. Wilhelm
Joel A. Grover
R. M. Ryer
E. ft C. Myers
T. B. Kay
Lydla I. Slively
D. C. Farrar ft B. W.
Percy ft C. Pugh
J. H. Klene
Fred ft C. Schlag
J. W. Baggett
W. B. Bogue
W. P. Krena
E. E. Parriah
T. HL Taylor -C.
' L. V. Rambos
W. J. Smith
Jbs. Hopf inger
W. II. Schnleder
Aug. 20. 1920
To Whom Issued
H. E. Howe
R. L. Henderson
P. L. Spaulding
A. W. Johnson
David M. Bartlett
R. E. Donahue
Jacob G. Miller (Est.)
B. J., Grim
A. L. Johnson
Francis L. Lawrence
L. A. Wheeler
I. V. L. Knaup i
Nettle M. Goods
Nettie M. Goode
II. H. Ware
L. G. Momerak
G. A. Fisher
G. A. Fisher
N. ft M. Scrltchlow
H. C. Foster
F. E. Foster
Mary E. Blackerble
E. T. Moores
P. L. ft S. Blackerby
Shell Co. of Calif.
T. W. Johnson
S. W. ft N. L. Maupin
S. W. Maupin
C. E. Ross
Earl II. Kocher
Earl H. Kocher
L. H. Seuter
Ida J. Henderson
D. S. Klmsey
D. M. ft Rose Dall
E. D. Alexander
M. H. Edwards
A. R. Slegmund
A. R. Slegmund
C. W. Forrest
BenJ. F. Beringer
B. A. Borrevik
H. H. Smith
P. W. Noftsker
B. W. John
Florence ft J. B. Parr
A. C. ft A. Lee
A. W. Johnson
L. J. Murdoch"
A. ft A. Arnper
A. Aim per;
C. E. Cashatt
J. E. Blakeslee
B. M. Croisan
E. M. Croisan
.E. M. Croiean
E. M. Croisan
P; W. Freeman
H. If. Hall ,
John O. Sehaffera
J. W. Culley
Hugo ft C. Kraemer
A. 8. Lohnbakken
P. E. Roberts ,
on page 4.)