Events in the Social World and News of Varied Club Activities Week-End Parties Fill Willamette Schedule THE Beta Chi formal carried out the roof gacden motif with a formal dinner at the chapter house where lattice en twined with ivy and flowers form ed an attractlre background for the two long tables lighted by a number of seven-point candelabra. Music and feature dances enter tained the group between courses. Spring flowers in shades of or chid, yellow and pink centered the tables. Faculty guests at the dinner In cluded Mrs. Alice H. Dodd, house mother. Dean and Mrs. F. M. Eriekson, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Richards, Prof. Roy Lockenour, and T ,e 1 a n rl Chanln. With the last course the sur prise of the evening was announc ed with tine "Cat-out-of-the-Bag" cars which announced the engage ment of Miss Mildred Pngh and Clarence Scott Emmons. Mr. Em mons is a freshman in law and be longs to the class of '31 from Wil lamette, and an Alpha Phi Delta fraternity. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Emmons of Sa lem. Miss Pugh is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Pugh of Salem. She is a member of the class of '31 and a member of the Beta Chi sorority. THE Alpha Phi Alpha formal carried out the Egyptian mo tit with a garden party at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Kafoury. The garden sloping down to the Mill stream was deck ed with varl-colored lights and numerous palms. An interesting musical program entertained the guests throughout the evening. The guests were greeted at the door by Mary Kafoury. Dorothy Gordon introduced to the receiv ing line which included Mary Clanfield, Al Page. Mrs. O. P. Hoff, President and Mrs. Carl G. Doney, Mr. and Mr3. J. H. Lauter man, and Mr. and Mrs. N C. Ka foury. Among Qther interesting af fairs in University circles will be the tea at which the local chapter of the American Association of University Women will entertain the women of the Senior class Wednesday afternoou at Lausanne Hall. President and Mrs. Carl G. Doney will hold their annual re ception to the members of the se nior class Friday evening at Lau sanne Hail. THE Delta Phi sorority enter- j tained with a garden party Saturday night at the Delta Phi house. Colored lights shed oft shadows over the garden and room3 of the house where iris, li lacs, wisteria and palms made a beautiful background for the most successful party ot the year. Miss Marjorie Miller, vice pre sident of the sorority, introduced to the receiving line in which stood Buneva Culvertson, Ronald Craven, Mrs. John Reed, Miss Frances Virginie Melton, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Sherman, and Miss Lois Latimer. Progressive bunco was the feat ure of the evening.' Refreshments were served picnic style. During the luncheon hour lovely electric ally lighted roses were given away as favors by Miss Dorothy Uosh ard, who lead the girls in singing the new Delta Phi Sweetheart sor.g. Just at this time Mrs. Reed, house mother for the girls came in carrying a large basket with flowers and containing gold letters which Fpelled ov,t the names of Miss Doivxhv Pember ton and Gurnee Allen Flesher. Mr. Flesher is the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Allen A. Flesher cf Salem, and .Miss Pemberton is the daughter of the Rev. G. Parker Pemberton, of Hood River. Mr. Flesher is a senior and a member of the Al pha Psl Delta. Miss Pemberton is a member oi the Delta Phi soror ity. Mrs. R. C. Hunter Bridge Hostess Mrs. R. C. Hunter was hostess at an attractive bridge affair in her home last Wednesday even ing. Assisting Mrs. Hunter dur ing the evening were Mrs. P. E. Fullerton and Miss Macyle Hun ter. Pretty spring flowers in pas tel shades were arranged about the rooms. Included in the guest group were Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Fuller ton, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. White. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Halik, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lilequist. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jarman, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Staley, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Loose, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rafferty, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Butler, Mr. and Mrs O T. Vlihir VO anI Mm. F. E. Needham, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Orr, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Doughton and Dr. and Mrs. Bur ton Myers. High score awards of the ev ening were won by O. L. Fisher and Frank Loose. Last Institutions Program is Sponsored The last program of the year to be sponsored by the institutions department of the Salem Woman's club under the .chairmanship of "Mrs: S. M. Endicott will be given at the school for the deaf Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock by Salem school students from the depart, ment of physical education under the direction of Mrs. Grace. Wolf a -mott, head of the physical educa tion department of the Salem schools. There will he about 40 girls taking part In this demon stration. The program Is a follows: tumbling act. Girls Letter clnb; toy soldier dance, pantomlne clog dance,. "Raggedy Ann and Ragge dy Andy", Sailor's elog dance; Horn Pip dance, a "twin poney dance, Irish jig by six girls, tar antella dance, and Italian dance. lAf, : ryr: r:r ofe v ill wmm$m mmmmm A! s " -v m ;- F .f s 1 ' 'sf:f 4 :' : Mrs. Fred Turner, who will take the part of Barbara in the play The Pip er the next Salem Drama League production to be given for the first time June 2. Bridge Afternoons Are Elaborate Affairs Mrs. E. H. Kennedy and Mrs. H. H. Hulsey were joint hostesses for two of tha most elaborate and attractive bridge parties of the season at the home of Mrs. Ken nedy, 10 6 West Washington street Friday and Saturday after noons. The guests rooms of the Ken nedy home were beautiful in a gay and attractive arrangement or spring flowers. Bridge was In piay at nine tables each after noon. Friday afternoon Mrs. P. NT. Gregory won high 6cors and Mrs. Otto Hillman held second high score. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Paul Burris held hih score and Mrs. R. A. Myers had second high. Mrs. Kennedy was assisted in serving Friday afternoon by Mrs. E. B. Grabenhorst, Mrs. T. F. Mesch. Mrs. Paul Hauser and Mrs. A. C. Smith Saturday Mrs. Paul son, Mrs. Jack Johnston and Mrs. Rood Rowland assisted in serving. The guost list for Friday in clud:d: Mrs. Lee Canfield. Mrs. Elmer Daue. Mrs. J. C. Perry. Mrs. Wil liam Hamilton, Mrs. W. L. Phillips, Mrs. Geraid Newton, Mrs. Rex Sanford, Mrs W. J. Liljequist, Mrs. C. E. Stricklin, Mrs. O. A. Ol-en, Mrs. Paul Hauser, Mrs. A. L. Wallace, Mrs. George Forge, Mrj. C. I. inman, Mrs. C. F. Pat ton, Mrs. Leon Gleason, Mrs. James Imlah, Mrs. Oliver Huston, Mrs. J. R. Humphreys, Mrs. T. S. Roberts, Mrs. Roy Mills, Mrs. A. C. F. Perry, Mrs. Lewis Lunsford, Mrs. p. M. Gregory, Mrs. Eugene Grabenhorst. Mrs. Walter Fage, Mrs. F. E. Halik, Mr3. Ross Bid well, Mrs. H. K. Stockwell. Mrs. B. B. Flack, Mrs. Lawrence Ober cr. Mrs. Hans Seitz, Mrs. T. F. Mesch, Mrs. Harry Wiedmer. Mrs. Otto Hillman, Mrs. V. F. Kuhn. The guest list for Saturday in cluded: Mrs. Earl Paulsen, Mrs. William Brann, Mrs. Reed Row land. Mrs. Sterling Smith, Mrs. William Gosser, Mrs. George Nel son, Mrs. Otto Hoppes, Mrs. L. Imlah, Mrs. Earl Daue, Mrs. Paul Burris, Mrs. L. J. Newman, Mrs. R. A. Myers, Mrs. Kenneth Ship ley, Mrs. Carl Armstrong, Mrs. Edwin Armstrong, Mrs. Ellis Cool er, Mrs. Cllrton Mudd, Mrs. Ly man McDonald, Mrs. Elmer Arm strong, Mrs. Jack Johnstone, Mrs. James Jennings, Mrs. Albert Gragg. Mrs. J. R. Brady, Mrs. John Stimpson, Mrs. Jess George, Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mrs. Miles Mc Kay, Mrs-. Oscar Olson, Mrs. A F. Hayes. Mrs. Barnay Brunk, Mrs. Cecil Swope, Mrs. D. W. Gib son, Mrs. Roy E. FoHis, Mrs. Fa ban Steeves, Mrs. A. T. Anderson. Council. of Church Women May 3 1 The annual spring council of church women will be held at the Knight Memorial church on the afternoon of May 31. The coun cil will meet for a 1 o'clock lunch eon for which the ladles of the church will be hostesses. This will be followed by the afternoon session which wilt b a combina tion of the executive committee meeting and. the regular'-meeting. Mrs. E. D. Cannady of Portland will be the principal speaker of the afternoon. Any additional information may. be obtained by calling Mrs. Edwin Mlsson, president of tha council. Mrs. R. J. Hendricks enter tained with a Una party In honor of Mrs. E. Hofer at the Capitol theater Saturday afternoon for the matinee production of "Show Boat." Monday Pupils of Miss Melton in recital at 8:15 o'clock in Waller hall. White Shrine of Jerusalem at Masonic Temple, meeting and cards. Tuesday War Mothers' exercises in- definitely postponed. Etoka club trip fo Chil- dren's home at Corvalli3 lear- ing from Mrs. Mason Bish- op's. Mizpah class at 8 o'clock with Mrs. E. J. Ayers, 2:45 South Cottage. Dakota club at 2 o'clock with Mrs. H. J. Linfoot, 3 60 Fawk street. W. C. T. IT., 2:30 o'clock in the hall at Commercial and Ferry streets. Wednesday Ever-Ready Birthday club with Mrs. Ida Shoesmith, 1480 Bellevue. Knight Memorial women will sponsor a silver tea in the social rooms of the church. First M. E. church aid so ciety, in church parlors, Na- orai circle hostesses. Thursday Miss M. S. Creishton's Col umbine gardens oicn to the public from 2. until 8 o'clock. Mrs. Fletcher Hostess At Attractive Tea Mrs. Aubrey Fletcher, Sr . and her daughter. Miss Mayre, enter tained at tea Wednesday after noon for Mrs. Elliottt Fletcher who is visiting here from Moscow, Idaho, and for the members of the Delta Phi sorority. Receiving with Mrs. Aubrey Fletcher, Sr., were Mrs. Aubrey Fletcher, Jr., Mrs. Elliott Fletcher Mayre Fletcher and Mrs. Charles Swan. Presiding at .the tea table be tween the hours of four and five were Mrs. John Reed, Delta Phi house mother, and Dean Olive Dahl, and from five to six Mar garet Bolt and Buneva Culbert son presided. Gladys Taylor as sisted in serving. The guest group Included MlsS OliTe Dahl, Mrs. Alice H. Dodd, Irma Sawyer, Dorothy Eastridge, Beneitta Edwards, Josephine Al bert, and Gladys Taylor and the members of the Delta Phi sorority. Farewell Party Given at W. W. Hill's Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hill enter tained a group of friends at their home Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Irwin who plan to make their home In Van couver, Washington. Spring flow ers were attractive about the rooms. Music, games and conver sation were the diversions of the evening Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Edwards, Mrs. Harry Ross, Mrs. J. E. Lucas, Mrs. J. D. Berwick, Mrs. May Irwin and her son Paul, Robert Irwin. Miss Rnth Davidson, Mrs. Dorothy Van de Walker, Mrs. Leah Weir, Mrs. Dora Peebles of Tamer. Miss Frances Walker, Miss Beatrice Kurtson, Mrs. Mabel Wilson and Mrs. Anna McDonald. Mrs. Ida L. Nlles has returned to Salem after a few days spent in Forest Grove where she was called to attend the funeral of her cousin, the Reverend Dora Barber, an ordained minister In the Congregational church who with her husband, also a minister, had served tho church for many years fa Oregon In the home mis sionary service -Phone 500 OLIVE j-iti' "il'! it'i '- ' V:"- i . jvv-r-iy,1 nil 'l'i; M- 3 A Ni I Vi-ir sl ?i ' - r--: mit''r h ; '-w ' Mir S , . f K ' 4v v V'" ' lit lw ?- : f s - li r-- Miss Fay Janice Irvine, to be present ed in violin recital Thursday at the Woman's clubhouse. A. A. U. W. Holds Last Meeting Of Year MRS. Virginia Bacon was the principal speaker before the members of the local chap ter of the American Association of University Women at their last luncheon meeting of the year at the Gray Belle Saturday after noon. Mrs. Bacon's subject was "The Library and Adult Educa tion." Concerning the importance of the library to adult education, Mrs. Bacon spoke of the present place of the library as only a pi oneer accomplishment as compar ed with its aims and ideals as an ultimate peak of success for a real and great Influence in com munity life. Victor Wolf sang a group. of se lections that brought hearty ap plause. The final reports of the stand ing C0mmittee3 ot the A. A. U. W. concerning the work of the vari ous divisions throughout the year were highly satisfactory. Miss Frances Melton Presents Students Miss Frances Virginia Melton, director and professor of piano and theory at Willamette univer sity, will present a group of her advanced students In recital at Waller hall Monday night at 8:15 o'clock. This will be the last gen eral rectal of the school year.. Miss Helene Price who appears on this program will also appear May 27 in a solo recital at Wal ler hall. The program for this Monday night is as folows: Valte Polonaise Arensky Edith Findley. Lucille Cumming3 Rustle of Spring ....... .Sinding ' Grace Henderson Polonaise D Sharp Minor. Chopin Arthur Shwart Valse Chromatique Godard Helen McPherson Etude Mignonne Shuett Marie Dunlavy Sonate Pathetique-Grave Alle- -gro Beethovan Passacalia Cyril Scott Doris Corbin Sherzo a Capriecio. .Mendelssohn Lois Fellows Polonaise La Major Chopin Song Without Words, No. 21 Mendelssohn Impromptu op. 90-2 ...Schubert Rosalind Van Winkle Fugue V from Well-tempered Clavichord Bach Etude, op. 10-3 Chopin Lucille Cummlngs Romance Sibelius Edith Findley Etude op. 25-7 Chopin Elizabeth Boylan Rondo Beethoven Helene Price (Orchestra pans on second pi ano, Doris Corbin). Mrs. W. J. Linfoot To be Hostess The Dakota club will meet with Mrs. W. J. Llnnfoot, 360 Fawk avenue Tuesday afternoon. Be sides the program which has been arranged, there will be the annu al election of officers. Assisting hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. W. J. Hagedorn, Mrs. R. A. Blevlna and Mrs. W. Cochran. Tha present officers of the club Inelade Mrs. Casper Lathrop, pre sident, and Mrs. Stanley Quamy, secretary. The Brer-Ready Birthday clnb will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ida Shoesmith in her home at 1480 BeHevue. The hon or guests at this affair are Mrs. Ida Shoesmith, Mrs. Mary Hall. Mrs. Pauline Clark and Miss Doris Strand. DOAK Society Editor Camp fire Circles The members of the Otakuye campfire were entertained by Miss Edna Holder, a returned mission ary from India, who gave an in teresting talk at the regular meet ing held this time at the home of the associate guardian, Miss Eli zabeth Clements recently. Miss Holder chose to speak upon some of the differences between the In dian life of India and the Ameri can m'ode of living. Otakuye members present for this meeting were Maxine Se.ho maker, Marjory Schomaker, Evan geline Voth, Ruth Roberts, Mar guerite Clark, Marguerite Gab bert, Maxine Stout, Mrs. W. H. Gilbert, Mrs. Dean Schomaker, Mrs. P. Voth. Mrs. C. M. Roberts, Mrs. George Clark. Mrs. L. O. Cle ment, and Miss Edith and Eliza beth Clement. Following the talk by Miss Holder an impressive "Mother's Day" program was given consist ing of song3, readings and each girl presented a flower to her mother. Refreshments were served late in the afternoon. The tea table was centered with Iris, and spring flowers. These flowers also were about the rooms in profusion. Mrs. W. L. Phillips Entertains Mrs. W. L. Phillips has been hostess for two charming affairs this week. Wednesday afternoon from three to six Mrs. Phillips re ceived 50 guests who were bidden to informal tea, at her home on West Lafelle street. Mrs. Roy Keene and Mrs. Dan Fry, Jr., pre sided at the tea table, which was beautifully arranged with pink, lavender and white spring flow ers. Mrs. Wallace Bonesteele, Mrs. Merrill Ohling, and Miss Sal ly Lansing assisted in serving. A one o'clock luncheon was the second attractive affair for which T . . w, . 3 jiru. runups was nosiess rnurs day. Low stemmed flowers in soft shades of lavender, pink and white centered the luncheon table where covers were laid for Mrs. G. S. Chambers, Mrs. Sterling Smith, Mrs. Douglas MfKay, Mrs. Earl Gilbert, Mrs. Charles Olson, and Mrs. Phillips. Patterson-S mith Wedding Announced The recent announcement of the marriage of Miss Julia Lenore Smith of Portland and Frank George Patterson of Salem which was solemnized last January In Dallas is as much of a surprise to Salem friends as it was to those on the campus and in Portland. Mrs. Patterson Is the daughter of Captain and Mrs. James Smith of Portland. She is a graduate of St. Helen's and a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority at O. S. C. Mr. Patterson Is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson of this city. Mr. Patterson is a graduate of Salem high school and will graduate from O. S. C. this June. He is a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson plan to make their home in Corvallis for the summer. The W. C. T. U. will hold the regular business meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In the W. C. T. U. hall at tho corns of Ferry and Commercial streets. Mrs. .Arthur Welsh will have charge of the devotions. Dr. Es tella Ford Warner of tho Public Health Clinic will be tho speaker of tha afternoon. Additional numbers on the program are being arranged by Mrs. Florence Long, county director of social morality. Tho public is welcome' to the meeting. Miss Margaret Burroughs who will take the part off Veronica in 'The r City Beautiful Contest Under Way Tho Salem Garden club has for some time been promoting a "City Beautiful" contest and will con tinue with the contest on through the summer. With the fall time the contest will close and it is hoped that it will have accomp lished the many things so ably set out In a recent discussion by Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Sr., in which sho said, "I regard the City Beautiful con test as one of the most commend able campaigns ever undertaken In this- city. "The City Beautiful contest will encourage people throughout this city to improve and beautify their home grounds and once they have done this, men, women and chil dren will begin to enjoy the out of doors, to spend more of their time there, to live more of the'day In the open air and sunshine. "We know the value of. the out of doors but this nier9 knowledge is not enough. We must be at tracted by its beauty rather than be repelled by its barreness. Na ture itself Is always attractive but in cities nature must have our as sistance and co-operation or she can not manifest her beauties. "It i3 to supply this more nat ural environment, as I see it, that we should beautify the yards about our homes by plantng trees, shrubs and flowers. And for growing children such an environ ment is a necessity." Young Couple Wed at Minton Home Miss Margaret Stewart became tht bride of Walter Einfeldt at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Minton Saturday night. The Rev. MlnPon, pastor of the Christian Missionary Alliance church per formed the ring ceremony beneath a great white wedding bell. Miss Verna Einfeldt and Mrs. Robert Savage sang "I Love You Truly" preceding the service. Mrs. Savage played the Mendelssohn wedding march. The young cou ple were attended by Miss Mary Stewart and Albert Barker, gown of bluejdespringel(OT..A The bride was dressed in a gown of blue slik flat crepe and white gardenias. The bridesmaid wore pink crepe de chine. Mr. and Mrs. Einfeldt plan to make their home in Salem where Mr. Einfeldt is employed with the Berger Furnace company. South Circle Guest Of Mrs. W. McMorris Mrs. William McMorris enter tained the South Circle of the First Christian church at her home Wednesday afternoon. A covered luncheon was held at the noon hour. Special guest of the afternoon included Miss Joy Beams of Pay ette, Idaho, Mrs. R. T. Stokes, of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Nowe, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jackson. Mrs. Sydney Lloyd, Mrs. Earl Wood. Mrs. C. J. Emerick. Mrs. E. W. Cooley, Mrs. Perry Walcher; Mrs. S. M. Beaver, Mrs. J. E. Douglas. Mrs. Lloyd Robinson, and Wil liam McMorris. Miss Beams pleased the group with a solo Just after the lunch hour. , -i WRENNSHOP 1309 Court St. Owing to leaving city greatly reduced prices oa all Art goods, Chinese- embroideries, linens, etc v - - i: jjs. Girl Reserve Circles The Garfield Girl Reserves took advantage of one ot the fine spring days and enjoyed a hike and picnic Thursday afternoon. They hiked out to Bush's pasture where, after games and fun they prepared their food. Those hiking were Louis Carl son, Grace Lawrence, Esther Var ney, Dorothy Harlan, Barbara Kurtz, Marjorie Farlow, Juanita Cross, Bonnie Selander, Elva Ter hune, Evelyn Berger, Lillian Roethlin, Helen Wiedmer, Rosle Cheren, Clara Eld, Sybil Johnson, Charlotte Stokes, Alvera Sohey, Maxine McKlllop. Mary Jane Adams, Mildred Crocker, Maxine Murphy, Ruth Kellogg, Doris Schunke, Faye Thompson, Mar garet Stadden, Louis Ferry, Thel ma Paris. Gladys Hawley. and the director, Miss Elois White. Final Party Given By Entre Nous Club Members of the Entre Nous club held the last evening meeting for its season at the clubhouse Wed nesday evening. Mrs. H. Hummel, Mrs. Ronald O. Lewis, and Mrs. Elmer D. Cook were hostesses. The final grand prize for the season was awarded at this time and was won by Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Goodenougb. High score for the evening was won by Mrs. Henry Lvicar and Waldo Mills, for the gusets and for the mem bers Mrs. William Moses and H. Hummel won high score. Following cards Mrs. Hummel, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Cook served, and afterwards dancing was en joyed. Guests for this evening were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lvicar, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wickert. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Mills and Miss Constance Smart. Members present were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smart, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hummel, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Coodenough, Mr. and Mrs. William Moses, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jarobson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald O. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D. Cook. The club will have picnic meet ings once a month during the summer months. Mrs. Harry Smart will be hostess for the first one, Mrs. Frances Smith of Albany is the week-end guest of Mrs. Mary McDowell and Mrs. Osa King at their home on North 15th street. They were once all resi dents of Prineville where they be came friends. A GUIDE TO "SOCIALLY CORRECT" SOCIAL STATIONERY f OR 1929-30 JuueJ hy the "Art-Point" StuJio, proJueen , of SocUlly Correct SoeUl Stationery. . edited by Virginia Courtcnay, s modern authority . . . Detcrihinfr the proper aocial tiMje and ilLstrzt in$ with actual tarn pie. VISITIMG CARD WEDDING IMVnATIOM MARRIAGE ANMOUMCEMEMTr IMVITATIOrty fOR SOCIAL EVENT BETROTHAL ... "AT HOME" ' - Yo r invited to conauk it,moor countcn, witLout ezfrcaac or oUigatMa. .' . PATTON'S BOOK STORE SS40 8TATK STREET Program Is Given For B. & P. W. Convention HE state convention for the Business and Professional women will draw many wom en from all parts of the state to Eugene May 24, 25, 26. Those gping from Salem are Josephine Shade, local president; Dr. Mary B. Purvlne, 1st vice president fur state: Phebe McAdams. Ruth Mr Adams, Ruth Moore, Mona Yoder. Amy Martin, Jessie Martin, Grace Sehon, Edna Purdy, Edith Burih. Merl DImick, Maude Presnall. Mav Cleveland, Laura Hale, L Mo,::. R. Clark. Julia Webster. Si?i.. Paulson. Irene Breithaupt. Estlu r Hagedorn. Lois Ohmart, Joy hhi. Blanche Isherwood. Izora Temple ton, Susan Varty, Grace L. Tayh.r Clara McNeill. The program which will be pre sented tor the three day session h given in full. Friday, May 24 12:30 p. m. Executive Council luncheon and business session. A , full an attendance of tho Count ii as possible is urged in order th.it all business may be attended to before the regular business s. sions of the convention open. 3:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. Open ing session of the Conventual. Reading of reports, anaoun.t ments, etc. 6:00 p. m. Executive Count il dinner and business session re sumed. 8:00 p. m. Reception, Alumni hall. University of Oregon. All members of the State Executi-.e Council (officers, directors ant club presidents), are asked to stand in the receiving line. Saturday, May 23 7:30 a. m. Emblem Breakfa.-t, under the direr tion of the state emblem committee chairman. 9:00 a. m. Regular convention session opens. We are going to jtiy to uke- an hour and one half of this morning period for club committee roundtables. . . In t-j i far as possible each state commit tee chairman will be responsible for the program. These roundta bles should give club members un opportunity to exchange ideas. experiences. The remainder of the morning will be devoted to reports of com mittee work and other business. 12:30 p. m. to 2:00 p. m. In ternational Luncheon. Dean V. Dubach, of Oregon State collet,., will give the main address on the Relation of the United States m the Orient. 2:30 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Con vention session resumes. One , r the most interesting features , r this session will be the Vocati,.; :., Roundtables. There will be inn: , f those as follows: 1. Office Workers, clerieil. ( r fice executives, etc. Chairm Miss Alice Hutchinson, Poi tlan I. 2. Sales Women Any one v i sells. Chairman, Miss Vivian ('.. ley, Portland. 3. Women who own and op i -ate their own business. Chair man, Miss Paloma Randlenuui. Grants Pass. 4. Professional Women-Do.-tors, lawyers, teachers, etc. Chair man, Dr. Lucretta Smith, llo . burg. The convention business, iiu-lud-ing the election of officers, will be concluded during this session. 7:00 p. m. State and National banquet. Main Bpeaker Mrs. .1. K Bowman, first national vice president. Business and Profe -sional Women's clubs. 9:00 p. m. Presentation vt charters to new clubs. Stunts and frolics. Sunday, May 20 9:00 a. m. Complimentary breakfast by Eugene club. Simple, religious service 10:30 a. m. Installation ofS'w Officers by National officer. Im mediately following this will be the joint meeting of the old and new Executive Council. Mrs. W. Connell Dyer motored to Vancouver Friday and will re turn to Salem today. YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT OUR SANDWICH SHOP The Sandwich Shop 275 S. High St.