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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Wednesday MortSng. Jidy.17, 1929
Socidty News and Club Affairs
Reunion B r i n gs
4 Mrs. Ethel Poling Phelps will
leave today for Portland .where
the will attend the house party
honoring the Re. and Mrs. Dan
Poling hefore they leave Saturday
tor their home In New York where
Dr. Poling is the pastor of the
Marble Collegiate church. Fifth
avenue, the oldest Protestant
church in North America. Other!
guests at the house party which
will be given at a summer cottage
just out of Portland on tfee Sandy,
will include Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Good. Mrs. Walter Wood of Port
land, Dr. and Mrs. D. V. Poling of
Corvallis and Harold P. Poling of
Dr. and Mrs. Dan Poling made
the trip west for the interesting
reunion of students and faculty
members of the old LaKayfctte sem
inary, LaCreole academy; and the
Dallas college held at Dallas last
Sunday. These three institutions
were consolidated about i 1900 to
form the oldest Evangelical school
in the northwest and, although the
Dallas icolkge was discontinued In
lftll, many alumnae hope that
thp college may eventuaSy be ,fe
tuilt. The reunion wasUuch an
Interesting occasion . that those
present voted to make ihn event
an annual affair. j , ,
A basket dinner was served at
noon. Dr. C. C. Poling, ipastot-of
the East Side Evangelical church
of Portland, presided. The pro
gram included speeches by Ralph
i;. Williams of Portland. Checter
P. Gates, district superintendent
of the Evangelical church, and
Clifford W. Kantner ot Seattle,
who was head of the mmsic de
partment in the Dallas college.
Dr. D. V. Poling of Corvallis led
the. singing, accompanied by Ethel
Poling Phelps of Salem. Miss.
Katherine Kantner ot Seattle
played a number of viotfn solos.
Initiates New Members
The Auxiliary to the American
Legion met for an interesting
meeting at McCormack hall Mon
day evening. The meetiag opened
with the initiation of four hew
members into the AuxiMary. The
newly initiated Included Jtfrs. Carl
Abrams. Mrs. Mabel Bitte, Mrs. ;
Delia Hofstedter and. Miss Helen
The Auxiliary quartet gave a
group of musical numbers as the
program of the evening. The mem
ber3 of the quartet are Mrs. Walt
er Zosel, Mrs. B. J. Bowe, Mrs.
Harle Robertson, and Mrs. Rob
At the business session which
followed. Mrs. Ruth White, presi
dent of the Auxiliary directed the
discussion of the evening to plans
to rthe American Legion conven
tion which is to be held in Salem
ecrly in August. Mrs. King Bart
lettv the auxiliary chairman for
the convention, outlined her ex
tensive plans., I
Mr. and Mrs. Farmer!
Entertain at Dinner j
31uvr M. DOAX. Socittv Editor
Chicago Heiress Arrested
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Alpha P h i Alpha
The Alpha Phi Alpha, sorority
members of Willamette university
were hostesses at one; of the
prettiest sorority affairs of the
season when they entertained at
a formal dinner at the Spa, Tues
day evening for a group of girls
who will enter the university this
Single tapers of orchid tint and
centerpieces fashioned of sweet
peas, in orchid shades and baby
breath were effective at the tables
where the main light was cast by
the numerous tapers. Old-fashioned
corsages in pastel shades were
presented to the guests of honor.
Covers were laid for 24. The
sorority members present includ
ed Dorothy Gordon, Irene and
Helen Breithaupt, Helen Curry,
Lucille Cummings, Dorothy East
ridge, Benita Edwards, Grace
Henderson, Helen Hanke. Maxine
Ulrich, Rosetta Smith and Muriel
Miss Ulrich and Miss, Scheldt
made the arrangements for the
Honored at Dinner
Sigma Kappa Affair
At Country Home
With almost half of the vacation
period already a matter ot history,
sorority girls tarn none too lightly
to thoughts "of entertaining the
sub-freshman girls who will be
entering school In the fall, and
any number of charming sorority
affairs are making their appear-'
One of the interesting events of
the coming week end will be, the
Sigma Kappa affair at the Birrell
country home Just out of Portland
Saturday evening. A large" number
of Sigma Kappa girls and their
guests wilj attend. ' The main
features of the evening wlll a
picnic lunch on the spacious lawns
and a launch Tide on the river.
.Miss Mildred Nye and Miss
Helen Marcu are among the Sa
lem girls who plan to attend this
. FCTES GUESTS
SPRING VALLEY. July 16.
Mr. and Mrs Carl Alderman en
tertained as their guests Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall ot Salem
and Mrs. Alderman's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Angus Stevenson, Miss
Ruth and Shirley Male Stevenson
of Salem Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Wilson
and their daughter Dorothy were
Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George Pjamsden
near Macleay. I
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hoven and
their children Ronald. Loren and
Frances and a group of their
friends were'Sunday picnickers at
Brush College park.
Miss Ethel McKinney spent
Satnrrtav ntrht at Aurora with hpr
Daughters of Veterans i uncIe and aunt- Mr-and Mrs-
Honor Campfire Girls
A blood transfusion was necessary Jin efforts to save the life of Doro
thy Wilson, inset, Cliicago society girl, who was badly injured in an
auto accident with Miss Helen Hertz's car. . Helen Herts, above, at
the wheel of her car, daughter of John Herts, owner of Heigh Count
ami many millions, is being 'hold by the Chicago police. Police say
that Miss Herts ran by a stoplight, ramming the Wilson car, wreck
ing both autoa. . lu case MJss Wilson died. Miss Herts will be held on
charge of manslaughter, says Chief Freeman.
SOCIAL CALENDAR j
, ; Wednesday
. Campfire girls meet I to
leave for Sahequanna camp at
8:30 a. m. in front of YjM.
Past Noble Grand club, fea-
lem Rebekaha, 7:30 o'clock
with Mrs. Fleener, 710 IN.
W. F. M. S. Leslie M.I E.
church, meet at 10:30 o'clock
at the church. I
Daughters of Union Veter-
ans meet in Y. M. C. A. lobby
at 8:30 o'cloek for flag pre-
Ladies Aid Society ofW.
-R.'C. meets at fairgrounds for
all day Quilting and potluck
dinner at noon.
Degree of Pocahontas eve
ning meeting at Union hi.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barkus en
tertained Mr. and Mrs". Frank; Rock
nd their son Frank, Jr. Miss
Thielma Bestle and Miss jHelen
Ceremony In Medford
Miss Myrtle L. Weise of Pase
dena, California, and Prof. John
D. McCormick of Salem were
united In marriage at a quiet serv
ice in the Methodist church at
Medford, Oregon, Tuesday morn
ing at high noon.
Following the ceremony Mr.
and Mr3. McCormick left on a
wedding trip to Crater Lake.
After September 1, Mr. and Mrs.
McCormick will be at home at
1231 Marion street.
Dr. McCormick has for a num
ber of years ben a popular pro
fessor at Kimball School ot Theol
ogy and Willamette university,
where- he will resume his work
this fall. Dr. and Mrs. McCormick
are both former
Professor and Mrs. E. C. Rich
ards are entertaining Miss Lucille
Beason of Castle Bluff, Iowa, and
Mrs. Richard's father, J. W. Mil
ner, as their guests guests at their
home on Center street. Last week
end they entertained their guests
with a motor trip to Neskowin and i
Professor and Mrs. Rionards
were hosts at an attractive dinner
in their home Tuesday evening. A
pretty arrangement of summer
flower scentered the dinner table
where places were laid for Dr.
and Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney. Dr.
and Mrs. Paul Doney and their
small daughter, Jean, Miss Fran
ces Richards, Mlas Lucille Beason,
J. W. Milner, and the hosts, Pro
fessor and Mrs. Richards.
Miss Frances Richards and Dr.
and Mrs. Paul Doney are also Sa
lem TiEi'or? who are being enter
tained extensively during their
The wedding of Miss Eunice
Vivian Parker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John C. Parker of
Springfield, Oregon, and John B.
Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Bell of Eugene was solemnized at
the home of the Rev. and Mrs. C.
E. Ward Saturday evening, the
Rev. Ward officiating. The young
couple were attended by Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Skade. They are both
former students at the U. of 0.
Following a wedding trip to Brit
ish Columbia and California, they
will be at home In the Peterson
apartments -at Eugene.
Salem Daughters of Veterans
have been Invited to attend the
Joint meeting of the Eugene and
Corvallis tents at 1 o'clock Sunday
afternoon in the Corvallis park.
The Daughters ol Union Veter
ans of the Civil War will hold a
flag presentation in the lobby of
the Y. M. C. A. this morning at
8:30 o'clock honoring the Camp
fire girls who are leaving for
camp Sahqueana at that time.
The lovely silk flag which the
Daughters -cf Veterans have pro
cured for this occasion will be pre
sented by Mrs. Melissa Persons.
All Daughters are requested to
be present at the crrrmony. All
others who ; e interested are wel
come to atU:i:.
Mrs. C. M. McMillan and Mrs.
Oliver Cook have returned to their
home in Seattle after spending
their vacation in Salem at the
home of Rachel Reeder. Mrs. Mc
Millan is a niece of Mrs. Reeder.
The Kappa Gamma Rho frater
nity of Willamette university will
be hosts at a beach party this
week end for a number ot men
who will enter the university this
Mrs. Genevieve Gray and her
son George left Monday for a six
weeks' trip through the East.
They plan to visit with relatives
in Philadelphia and New York.
The descendants and relatives
of Jesse and Ruby Vend Liooney
wm meet lor their annual reun
ion Sunday, July 21, in the! San
tiam park at Jefferson.
Mrs. J. H. Young of Kelsj.
Washington, is spending a week
as the house guest of her niece,
Mrs. F. E. Aline.
Eldon Eberly returned home
this week after spending several
weeks in St. Vincent's hospital in
Portland suffering with an infect
ed hand caused by an accident in
a logging camp near Carson,
Washington. The young man is i
still quite weak and has his hand
bandaged, but is able to be up and
shocked to hoar of the death ot
Jas. Smith of Lincoln .Monday
morning. Mr.JSmitn had many
friends here as- he had resided
near here for many years.
C. S. Teeple is having a Myers
electric water system installed at
their home in Spring! Valley.
When taps are opened fat house,
outbuildings, or on the 'lawn the
motor is started, always Insuring a
fresh supply of water.
Miss Grace Childers was a Mon
day afternoon caller at the home
of Mrs. A. E. Chenoweth.
ly who has been employed at Car
son is expected nome mis wee.
The vounr people are theon.and
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harvey
Olive, Ha Ann and Julia Strat
ton are helping Joe Willwert har
vest his loganberries. Mrs, Anna
Wriu- m1b Velma Woelk of
Brush College, Misses Anna , Mae
and Imogene Alsman, Miss Irene
Bradford and Jack Bradford of
Lincoln. Miss Sadie Schubert and
William Holman are picking lo
gans for Ted Damm who has a
verv nice patch of berries and has
set out more than an acre ior iu
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson
and family of Brush College and
Mr, and Mrs. D. D. Wallace of
West Salem were- Sunday Visitors
at the Fred MrKinney" home. In
the morning the group motored to
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chenoweth ! ROSEBURG. Xre . JulyJ 5 -
has as their Sunday dinner (AP) umiea P"
guests Mr. and Mrs. George Vorls erans and members of
of Morning-side and their very iary, here at the .twenty-first an-
small grandson. Kenneth Voris. nual encampment today, heard.
Mrs Voris and 'Mr' Chenoweth Representative awley. Governor;
were girlhood schoolmates. Patterson and "State Budget Direct-
Mr nnd Mrs. Goree Snead . or ivozer : -
who reside on tip Roy Bremmer
ranch, are parents" ot a son weigh
ing eight and one-half pounds,
Vets of Spanish
War Meet For
. Big Convention
program which started this morn- .
The convention officially opened
is las tnieht with a memorial
named in which h mmtu" ,
Lester Thomas. participated, i
Friends and neighbors in this'fieer will end the convention
born Monday morning July
The youngster has been
around again. Miss Velma Eber- neighborhood were very
much 1 Wednesday.
Macyle Hunter, Esther IWood,
and Maurice Wood motored to
Portland Monday and speijit the
day there, visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Farmer en- r PaLgborn with a picnic dinner at
tertained to honor a number of
out of town visitors with a 16
cover dinner in their home on
NoTth Summer street Saturday
I Dinner was served at yibfes fir
ranecd in the , gardens aUong the
creek. Covers "were laid for Mr.
and Mrs. James Burke Knappejof
Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Harltness of Sister. Oregon, Mr.
and Mrs. .F. F. Brackett of San
Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Mc
' Median. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pierce.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holman and
the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Fannjer.
Lridge was the diversion of "the
evening hours following dinner?.
Masonic Picnic July 20
At Hazel Green Park
Willow Lake recently. Miss Bes
tle, a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Bar
kus, and her friend. Miss? Pans
born, were visiting here from Ta
coma. Mr. and Mrs. Barkus wie
dinner hosts last Sunday to Mrs.
J. Willard DeYoe acd Paul! Palm
er DeYoe.of Pamosa. California,
and Miss Henrietta Bishop.-
Begins This Week
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore., July
15 (15) Thirty-five hundred
Elks, representing every lodge In
the state of Oregon, will convene
here Wednesday-- for the annual
state convention of B. P. O. E.
A program of boat races, horse
races, golf tournaments, trap
shoots and a' "whoopee" show is
Mrs. Bruce Putnam. Howe and
her smalU daughter Marilyn are
house guests at the George Put
nam home for the summer months.
Mrs. Howe, who has been living in
Chicago, plans to make her home
in New Orleans this winter.
Miss Lucile DeWitt, who has !
for the past week been the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. De
Witt, left Tuesday morning for
Victoria, B. C. where she will visit
for a few aays before returning to
her home in Portland.
GO EAST VIA UNION PACIFIC
' The annual Masonic picnic i'ill
be held this year at Hazel Green
on Saturday, July 20. The park
will be reserved the entire day for
p.ll pranches of the Masonic fraler-.
nity and their invited guests. No
rpcclal invitations are being is-
The Mills orchestra has
secured for a dance in the Eve
ning, and other attractive arrange
ments are being made. f
J. H. Hathaway heads the com
mittee for the Salem lodge No 4,
A. F. and A. M.; Bert B Flack
represents Pacific Lodge No. 50;
and E. A. Rhoten represents! El
Klaraz Grotto. .
STAYTON. July 16. Mrs. G, F.
Korinek and Mrs. Glen E. jfox
entertained several friends vfith
a bridge party at the Koribek
home Friday a fternoon. Tiieir
guests were Mesdaines E. D. (5ab
tree. J. F. Potter, M. B. HuntJ H.
J. Tate, H. Ficklin. O. E. Gardner,
J. W. Mayo, J. W. Smith, Have
John. A. Murphy. H. -A. Bau
champ. C. P. Neibert. Geo. H. jBell
and Gale E. Fox. Mrs. O. E. Gird
cer had high score and Mrs4 It
A. Beauchamp second high. ( I
Wayne Allen of Chicago is vjs
lting at the home of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Allen. Hefwill
not returnuntil August 1 by way
of the southern route. Mrs. Allen
and her younger son Harold jjwill
accompany htm as far as. Los An
geles where they will visit with
another son, Kenneth Allen, who
is a singer there. Mrs. Allen plans
to remain In Los Angeles until
latter part of August.
Friends will be glad to bear
that Miss Margaret Simms Is- re
covering nicely from her recent
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