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New Music Society
t Mrs. C. S. Hamilton m&s made
president of tbe board of direc
tors of a new musical auociation,
a. chamber music society, organ-
i ized Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
; "William Lytle. and which will be
under the direction f Mrs. Susie
: Other orflcers of the board are
Mrs. I. L. Patterson, honorary
president. MIm Sally Bush, first
vice president. Miss Elizabeth
! Lord. Eecbnd rice president, Mrs.
'William Lytle. recretary and
I treasurer, and Mrs. .T, A. Lives-
' ley. Mrs. Walter Denton, Mrs. C.
I Rl.hoD. Mrs. C. K. Spaulding.
1 Mrs. John J. Roberts, Miss Eliza-j
eth Lew. Mis?, Lena Belle Tari-!
sr. Mrs. Frand Snedec-or. Mrs.
William BurRhardt, Mrs. Clifford!
1 Brown, Mrs. iUonroe Gilbert. Mrs. (
W. Council Dyer. Mrs. Carlton
Smith. Mrs. Frederick Thlelsea,
Mrs. Paul Wallace. Mrs. George
i Rodgers. Mrs J David B. Hill, Mrs.;
Homer Smith. Mrs. C. E. Nelson, j
If . Ctior . mitt '
mini i-n tr. --. J
The membersnip as the name
cag&ests will be small, the total
fbmber not to exceed 200, In ord
4t that concerts may be plven In
I rmall auditorium or In a home.
' Plans as arc under way now
ill mean three concerts to be
'presented this T.inter,' tne . first
4ne to be given the early. pajt of
tober in tne woman s nuu-
The Idea of a chamber music
bclety is not new. Portland has
tad such a society for a number
years, as has San I ranctco.
Among the newer groups and
dialler towns where chamber so
deties now are in successful oper
ation iz Albany, Corvallis, and
Cugene. The purpose of these so
cieties is to make it possible to
epjoy and cultivate quartette mu-
rj Mrs. Piper, and the members of
her quartette will tour British
Columbia. Washington and Ore
CPn this coming spring.
J The personnel of the quartette
1 of artists who are well known
In northwest music circles. Mrs.
Susie Fennel Pipes is he first
Violinist: Lawrence Skipton, sec
ond violinist; Alexander Vdovin.
v)ola; and Ferdinand Konrad,
I Mr. Tdovin recently returned
from China where he has spent
le last two years. He is a Kuss
tCn by birth. Mr. Konrad is a
Jtrman musician. The three men
ae members cf the Portland
nym phony orchestra. i
t Mrs. B. B
Bushey has just re
a week of visiting
yhth relatives and friends in Cor
vallis, and Brownsville. While in
Brownsville Mrs. Bushey attended
5e Old Timers picnic.
i Dr. and Mrs. William Lytle were
(Tearhart tueists over the last week
end. While there they attended
tfc,e military maneuvers at Camp
Clatsop, and later attended the
riilitary dance for which the city
of Seaside was host at the Seaside
Ian, Saturdav night.
f . TliuiMlay
i Mary and Martha circle,
t First Christian church. 2
5 o'clock to 5 o'clock, silver
Aid society of Woman's
Relief Corps, potluek dinner
jjand all day tewinp,- falr
fgrounds. N. Sr.km. W. C. T. l. 2
S o'clock, Mrs. Mary Wooton.
Priscilla club. Mrs. Ida
iBabcoc):, picnic dinner. .
. Joy Turner Moses inter
's, mediate and 'Dunning stu
dents in recital, First Evan
Lad if", ot First Presbytcr-
ian church, silver tea Friday,
home of .'-Ire. George F.
Pearce. 2 67 N. Winter street,
will be postponed.
Past Matrons' club, Mrs.
. Englewood community club,
Mrs. F. M. Scharrr. 2037
-WHAT A JOY
( FLAVOR BRINGS
A Little Sugar Can Put Plea- j
cure Into Eating Many Foods
S Foods can be bland, tasteless and
appetizing, or they can be. so
. Jtwwl Oiat vrvane at the table.
both children and adults, will be
tfmnted to cat enough of them;
And aV annetizme that they, will
- -tft-omot the health of the country, 4
f aaoareiy up to women,. IV xaaes
iBtelligencj and thought to prepare
vf supervise varied, delightful diets.
w Realizing- this, group of na
tionally known women cooking- ex
perts recently conducted a series
of now notable experiments high up
in a New York skyscraper kitchen.
Their results are being- announced
to women throughout the country
in behalf of more tasteful vege-
. table foods. Cook vegetables in
little water. Do not overcook. Add
m little sugar to the vegetables while
thry are cocking.
iTry these Glazed Onion recom
lasndcd by one of the experts. Peel
enough medium-size silver-skin
onions to make a quart. Prick onions
rough centers to prevent breaking
. w!iile cooking,. Place in boiling
'entlcd water to jghich tablespoon
f sugar per quart has been added.
(S'.nncr until tender and brown.
M:1i.It?o tablespoons of butter in a
pf.H. Add a dash of granulated
, urar. Cook to the bubbling stage.
-Add the onions and stir until well
.'frlazcd. - i: '
' For bealth eat fruits, vegetables
-trd cereals, sugar-flavored for en
joyment. Remember the value of
-andy for dessert. A bit of sweet J
wtakes the meal complete. Tbe
Magar Institute. !
News and Club
luv M. DOAK.
WOODUBRN Thelma Haugen.
attractive daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Haugen, of this city,
became the bride of Stanley
Brown, son of Burton Brown, of
Los Angeles, California, Wednes
day evening at a beautiful garden
The garden of tne Haugen home
wa attractively decorated with
lattice entwined with pink and
white roses on a background of
greenery. Japanese lanterns hung
from the lattice and trelises shed
ding a soft light over the im
pressive ceremony. The bride,
dressed in a white satin gown
with tight bodice and bouffant
skirt covered with tulle, carried
a shower bouquet of white rose
buds and white sweet peas, came
to the altar on the arm of ner
father to the strain of Lohengrin,
played by Mrs. J. E. Snell of Yu
The maid of honor, Miss Gladys
Haufcen, sister of the bride, wore
a gown of green organdie made
with a tight bodice and bouffant
skirt and carried a shower bousuet
of pink sweet peas and rose buds.
The attendants. Misses Alice Lin
foot, of Salem, Myra McGrath.
Thelma Aronby and Myrtle Ash
land, of Woodburn, wore dresses
of coral pink and yellow organ
die and carried garden hats fill
Metropolitan Chain Stores, Inc.
Invites you to attend Salem's
Bargain Dav Sales
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'.".I West 17th street, New York
ed with pink sweet peas and rose
Hazel Haugen, flower girl, tiny
sister of the bride, was sweet in
a yellow organdie. .The best man
was Wilford Linfoot, of Salem,
Oregon, and Bishop E. I. Harring
ton of Salem, an old friend of the
Haugen family, performed tbe
ring ceremony. Mrs. W. J. Lin
foot, of Salem, sang as the pro
cessional, "I Love You -Truly,"
and as the recessional, "The
After tbe ceremony, a buffet
supper was served In the dining
room of the "Haugen home, which
was attractively decorated in pink
and. white. Mrs. C. D. Smith pre
sided at the urn and was assisted
by Mrs. H. Paulson of Tacoma,
The bride is a graduate of
Woodburn high sfh-ool with the
elass of 1927 and Mr. Brown has
lived in this city for some years
and i has been employed at the
Woodburn Independent office.
Both young people are very pop
ular in this city and their many
friends extend their felicitations
Mrs. Mary Gustafson accompan
ied by her daughter, Theadora.
and son Charles, recently motored
to Yakima, Washington for a
week's visit with relatives nd
friends. Charles will continue hv
I bus to Colville, Washington wrier?
! he will spend his summer vaca
tion with relatives.
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Mrs. Misoiedel Baker was
elected delegate to the national
convention of War Mothers to be
held . in Louisville, Kentucky,
September 24 to 28, and Mrs.
William McGikhrist Sr.. was elec
ted alternate at a special meeting
called at tbe home of Mrs. Car
rie Fowle by the president of the
Salem War Mothers. Mrs. Mabel
Lock wood, Wednesday aft er
noon. Others attending the national
convention will be Mrs. Mabel
Lockwood and Mrs. Mark Skiff.
The election of delegates inadesup
the principal part o"t .the business
meeting which was foUowed with
a seciat hour at which time Mrs.
Addie Curtis sang.
Refreshments were served by
tbe hostess assisted by Mrs. Curtis.
The guest rooms were unusually
beautiful with their arrangements
of Paul scarlet rosea.
The group included Mrs. Ma
bel Lockwood. Mrs. Mark Skiff,
Mrs. C. W. Beechler. Mrs. Carl
Meyers. Mrs. Carrie ONeil, Mrs.
Jennie Martin, Mrs. J. F. Humph
reys, Mrs. L. E. Bradford, Airs.
Jessie Crosson. Mrs. Minniedel
Baker, Mrs. A. A. Lee, Mrs. 17.
K'obson, and Mrs. Addie Curtis.
Later in the afternoon the group
attended the funeral of J. Jtobin
An impressive ceremony at St.
Joseph's church Wednesday morn
ing made Miss Gertrude Bartosz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
A. Bartosz, the bride of Guy H.
Domogalla, son of' Mr. and Mrs.
Vincent .J. Domogalla. Reverend
J. R. Buck officiated at this cere
mony. The bride was attended by her
sister, Miss Selma Bartosz and Al
bert Kufner acted as best man.
The bride wore a white satin
gown with bodice waist and bouf
fant skirt over which was silk lace
with uneven hemline. Her veil
was full length and was caught
back about her head in cap ef
fect with orange blossoms.
The bridesmaid wore a gown
of rose pink crepe with lace, and
wore a picture hat to harmonize.
She carried a bouquet of sweet
Following the ceremony a din
ner was served at high noon at
the home of the bride's parents.
Covers were laid for 45.
After a short honeymoon trip
the young folk will be at home in
The Priscilla club will meet this
afternoon with -Mrs. Ida V- Bab
cock for a picnic dinner in the
Babcock garden. The hostess com-
' mittee is Mrs. Babcock, and Mrs.
' S. S. East, and Mrs. A. L. Brown.
SEE OUR WONDERFUL VALUES
' IN LADIES' RAYON UNDIES
Special Friday Only
Harmony Phonograph Records Latest
Mrs. G. Rodgers
Mr. George Rodgera enter
tained for trie last meeting of the
Capitol Hill elub for this summer
at her home Wednesday afternoon.
A one oclock luncheon was served
followed by an afternoon of
This club gives its membership
prizes at the end of the year.
.Grand prizes for high scere were
announced yesterday. Mrs. E. L.
Baker was awarded first prise and
Mrs. William Dancy received sec
Special guests for this afternoon
were Mrs. Frank Snedecor, Mrs. R.
P. Boise, and Mrs. Louise Chapin.
Club members present were Mrs.
E. L. Baker. Mrs. W. H. Dancy.
Mrs. L. F. Griffith, Mrs. O. C.
Locke, Mrs. Milton L. Meyers,
Mrs. H. H. Olinger, Mrs. R. E.
Lee Steiner, Mrs. W. Carlton
Smith and Mrs. George Rodgers.
The Salem Daughters of Union
Veterans were favored with a visit
from the national president of tbe
order. Miss Hazel-L.- Riley, tt
Chieage,. Tuesday.- In -compliment
to her a reception was held at the
borne of Mrs. F. A. Elliott, Tues
day evening at which time more
than 50 daughters called to greet
their highest national officer.
Mrs. C. I. Needham. president
of the Salem Tent, presided at the
punch bowl, and assisting about
the rooms were Mrs. J. W. Nash,
Mrs. O. H. Horning, and Mrs.
Out of town guests were Miss
Marie Bennett, past state presi
dent. Miss Maude Stevens, newly
elected state president. Mrs. Mabel
Gordon, and Mrs. Iday Brandon,
all of Portland; Mrs. Mabel Men
del of Woodburn. and Mrs. Mary
M. Laine, of Seattle.
Joy Turner Moses presented
her advanced students in a very
pleasing recital Wednesday night
before an interested group of
friends and parents at the First
The following program was
Second Valse Op. 5tf . . . . Godard
2 Pianos Margaret Burns
(a) Nocturne Karpasch
(b) Reve D'Amour Dupre
A Family Friend
See ttBaao Atmtoimnatin IEeSipflgeaatoi?
THIS IS THE
On the Lake Williams
(a) Meditation S pence
lb) Figaro's Wading Fan
tasiaT . . . VY? . . Dancla
- Jrene Bush
La. Princess Merx
Ann Louise Horton
Admiration .Y . . De Beriot
March of The Noble Keats
Ann Louise Horton
Tone Poem Keiser
Lustspiel Overture . . .Keler-Bela
Garotte Op. 562, No. 4
Grande Polonaise de Concert..
Violins Harold Rupert. Pal
Violins Harold Rnpert, .
Dalbert Jepseo, Dwight Arm-
strong. Piano. Mrs. Moses,
(a) The Old Refrain ..Kreisler
tb) Pizzicato Ernst
Poupee Valsante . Kreislr-Poldinl
(a) Grande Marcbe de Concert
b) Grande Valse Caprice....
ta) Concertina In G Maior ..
Allegro Moderate. Andante,
(b) Wiegenned . Elman-Schubert
Dwight 'Armstrong. ,
Oood-bye ; . . . . . SaengerTostt
Marjorie Wunder. Glenna HIIti
Mrs Moses accompanied these
Mrsv Clifford Taylor
Mrs. Clifford Taylor was hon
ored with a surprise evening par
ty Saturday. "Five hundred' was
in play: and at the close of cards
honors were held by Mrs. Taylor
and Mrs. Fred Drager.
Guests were Mrs. Clifford Tay
lor, honor guest. Fred Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Cummings, Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Swanson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Maddison. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Drager, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Hammer. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hen
derson. Mr. and Mrs. William Yar-
nell, Mr. and Mrs. George Viesko. !
Miss Mozelle Hair will edit aj
special issue of the Oregon Bus
iness Woman which will be sent
to all members of the state federa
tion of Business and Professional
Women's clubs by July 1. i
Miss Ruth Mae Lawrence and !
Mrs. Ira Follis will drive to New-j
port today and return Friday witn
Mrs. Lawrence Douglass and
small son Larch Curtis. 1
Ix I I I'" I mi ii ill
It Will Protect Your Food
The Old-Fashioned Ice Box
Interest to Salem
Miss Mildred Shakleton. form
erly popular member of the Ma
rion county- health demonstration
staff, who left here to take ad
vanced work in Columbia univer
sity, became the bride f Paul
Palmer Bushnell of New York
City at the home of her parents,
Mr.r and Mrs. Walter P. Robin
son, Toronto, Ontario, Wednes
Miss Mildred Ihrig. present
member of the Marlon county
health demonstration staff as
the bride's only -attendant. Miss
Ihrig will return to Saleca early
jai. iuu " " " i
spend tbe next few months trav- ;
eling in Europe.
HUBBARD, June 26. A colli-;
dnn between a coime belonging ;
to Mel Malone at Hubbard and a
sedan belonging to John luck,
a farmer, living one. and half mile
north of Woodburn on the road
west of the railroad track be
tween Woodburn and "Hubbard,
occurred Saturday, evening as
Mrs. Malone and her mother. Mrs.
Elizabeth Grimm, were passing
the farm" on their way home from
the Ray Brown cannery at Wood
burn where they are employed.
Mr. Utiok was entering the road
from his barnyard when the ac
cident happened. The occupants
of both cars escaped without in
jury. The fenders on the left side
of the Malone car were damaged
but the Utick sedan was not
TO CONTROL "GLORIES"
Control of wild morning glories
and Canada thistles with sodium
chlorate spray has proved effect
ive in Benton county, according
to County Agent Briggs. who has
examined spots he sprayed last
HUBBARD FARMER IN !
SIUIASHUP OF CARS:
Cooked or liv crabs fresh every day.
Outside orders promptly filled.
Salmon eggs for trout fishing.
or Just an Ice Box?
P 1 Til-
Air Traffic to
Be Curbed When
Governor Patterson. Secretary
of State Hoss and T. A. Rafrety,
chief of tbe state traffic depart
ment, will attend a conference cf
officials of western states at
Boise, Idaho. July 8. to study aero
nautical traffic regulation. Gov
ernor Baldrldge, of Idaho, called
the conference and will be the,
principal speaker. It was said that
uniform laws regulating air traf
fic wcuM be rccomiutnded.
IT TO OTHERS
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