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Program of Weeks Ahead
Crowded With Music
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rIS week will be crowded with ll manner of social and
musical events.' Starting out this afternoon with a
weddin? at the Hignland Friends church and an ensemble
musicaleiat the .studio of Prof, and Mrs. T. 5. Roberts
events crowd! upon jthe heels of each other. . . i
. Tuesday! the I Y iiWL! 'CAJ mil hold open house between
the hours of 3 to ! 5 oclock and from 7 to 9 o clock. Promi
nent matrons of the city will assist in making this onejof
the most successful social functions of the sprmg. Mrs.
Julius L. Meier and Mrs T. A. Livesley will preside at the
, , .. o tea-table during the after-
w-pETWEEN 300 and 400. club
r women are expected In Salem
tnf! th ilth annual conven-
tlon of the Oregon Fed1-1101 ot
Business and Professional Wom
en's elnbs. to be held May 22, 23
and 24. and local committees are
busy with plans for the entertain
ment of the visitors. Mrs. Mona
R. Voder, president of the Salem
Business and Professional Wom
en's club, has as her assistants
In convention preparations the
following local members: "
Miss Merl Dimlck, Miss Ruth
Moore. Miss Josephine Shade, Miss
Phebe McAdams Mise Ruth Mc
Adams, Mies Julia K. Webster,
Mss Laura V. Ilale, Mrs. Susan
Varty, Dr. Mary B. Purvine,.Miss
Alene Phillips, Mrs. Myrtle Gil
bert. Mrs. Winifred R. Herrick.
Miss Clara McNeil, Mrs. LaMolne
Clark, Miss Lois Ohmart, Mrs.
Emily Howard, Miss Irene Brelt
haupt, Mrs. Esther Hagedorn, Mrs.
Helen Goplin. Mrs. Mabel Need
ham, Miss Grace Elisabeth Smith,
Miss Olive M. Dahl. Mrs. Delia
B. Hayden, Miss Grace Gilliam.
Miss Helen Louise Crosby Miss
Clara Urlaub, Miss Ellen Thielson,
Mrs. Hester Adams, Mrs. -Grace
Sehon, and Miss Grace L. Taylor.
galem is represented -on the
state organization by Mis Josephine-
Shade, who is a member of
the -board of directors and chair
man of the State committee of
education, research and .health;
Mrs. Madalene L. Callin, edttor of
the federation magazine. "The
Oregon Business Woman"; and
Miss Grace Elisabeth. Smith, who
is state parliamentarian.
Miss Martha Cascb, of Port
land, president of the Oregon -federation,
has outlines for the pro-'
gram and business sessions well
under way. Clubs of the organ
ization are located at Albany, As
toria, Bend. Coos Bay, Coqnllle,
Corvallis, Eugene, Grants Pass,
GreBham. Hlllsboro, Hood River,
Klamath Falls. McMInnvMe,-Med-ford,
Monmouth, Oregon City,
Pendleton, Portland. Roeeburg,
Salem and The Dalles. In addi
tion to delegates from each club,
a large number of visitors will at
tend the sessions due to the cen
tral location of the capital city.
-''Plans for the three-day pro
gram include a reception Friday
evening for the delegates and vis
itors, at which state officials will
be special guests of 9 honor; a
"Know - Your - Oregon -luncheon,
Saturday, and the annual
banquet at which the national fed
eratlo nwill be represented by a
speaker; and a special emblem
breakfast Sunday morning. Other
' breakfast and luncheon programs
are being arranged and recrea
tional features will be provided
for the visitors.
Mrs. H. V. Compton enter
tained for members of the Jun
lor music club, whose mentor is
Mrs. Henry LeeFriday night.
After a business meeting a mnsl
cal program was given and this
was followed by refreshments.
Present for this meeting were
Janet Fryer. Jeanette Arehart,
Barbara Miller, Barbara Comp
ton. Francis Mott, Dorothy Motl,
Alice Ann Wlrtifc Ruth Alice
Grant, Ruth Wilson, Luclle Wil
son, Anita Savage. Mary Allen.
Delia Locke. Marlorle Wlnken-
werder. Mary Louise Bitter, Bet-
. SOCIAL CALENDAR
. Monday, April 20
Invitational recital being given by Billy TJtley at
studio of Prof, and Mrs. Roberts. (
Junior Symphony orchestra, 7 o'clock: St. Paul's
parish hall; any new members desiring to enter at this
time report at the hall and consult with Pror. W. W.
Graham. . . - - - .
Recital in Waller halL by students ot Miss Frances
Yirgrnie Melton, t o'clock. Public invited.
. Tuesday, April tl J j
War Mothers will meet 2 o'clock in' American Lu
theran church; special program planned. j
Eastern Star reception in compliment to past ma
trons and patrons in Masonic temple. j
TUllcum Daactn club. Hazel Green j last dance of
season. .- . j -- .
Uobl Grands association, Mn, Anna Hunsa
ker, 190 South 12th street. -
. . S?Jem J1!0 lu. o'clock, homsl of Mrs. J. A,
Jelderks. 1SS4 Center street. - h , ' , '
Y. W. C. A. "open house" S to I o'clock in after
noon and 7 to o'clock In evening. . , , .
, -W. C. T. U. tea meeting beginning at S o'clock la
Union hall on Ferry and South Comzaerclnl street,
Drama class of Mrs. Gustar Ebsea, xmblie Library,
t o clock.
i Wednesday, AvrU St I : ;
Mrs. Sarah Patrick, 8weet Briar club, at her homo
on Wallace road, April 23. . ,
General Aid society, at First Methodist church: one
'dock luncheon. r
' Thursday, April 3 j
Town and Gown club, 2:20 o'clock; Lausaane hklL
8Uyton conrenUon of county federation ot eluba.
Friday, April j "
Salem Wo man "a club, election of officers: tea meet
ing following election and program, j '
moon and Mrs. Prince Byrd
and Mrs. Milton Steiner will
greet the guests.
In the evening Mrs. E. C.
Cross and Mrs. E. T. Barnes
will preside at the tea tables. A
group of younger girls will serve
and conduct the guests through
the rooms of the Y.W. C. A.
. Mrs. Arthur Rahn, Mrs. Ercel
Kay and Mrs.. Dan J. Fry, Jr..
will be hostess to members of
their club at the Fry home Tues
day afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Ham
ilton wiU be. hostess for a bridge
tea Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
Roy Hewitt and Mrs. A. A. Sle
wert will also be Tuesday host
esses with a Kensington after
noon at the Siewert home. .
. Wednesday hostess for social
affairs will be Mrs. W. IT. Dancy
with a bridge tea; Mrs. William
Lytle and Mrs. David Bennett
Hill, bridge afternoon; Mrs.
Ralph Hamilton, bridge tea host
ess; and Mr. and Mrs. George
Rhoten will be hosts to their
dinner dab Wednesday night.
Mrs. U. G. Shipley and Mrs. J.
E. Law will entertain again with
another of the -series of parties
for which they are being host
esses Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Hewitt and Mrs. Siewert will be
hostesses for a dinner party
Friday Miss Edna Savage and
Miss Margaret Savage will be
hostesses -for a dance for about
300 of the younger set at Cas-
Prominent ; among the coming
events of the weeks ahead is the
Quilt tea which is being planned i
by members of the Daughters of
the American Revolution at the
Woman's club house April 25.
Quilts whose history reaches
back into the lives of the Braces1
of Scotland will be on display at
National music week May 3 to
May 10 is also creatine more in
terest than- ever before accord
ing to Mrs. Mary A. Denton, di
rector for the state and city mu
sic week plans ot the Federation
of. music clubs. Unusual pro
grams of outstanding merit are
already on the schedule of the
week, which 1 Includes something
for every night ot the week and
many programs are having to be
doubled, i i
vThe -MacDowell spring, pro
gram will be presented April 27.
It is a choice- offering and will
be anticipated with - much satis
faction. The Portland String
trio will play as guest artists
with the chorus and Jean Miller
Rahn will be artist soloist.
Mrs. L. H Tarpley to
Be Glut Speaker
Program for fhe Town and
Gown club ! meeting Thursday
afternoon at Lausanne hall. MIsa
Helen Cochran, senior at Willam
ette TJ.. will sing a group of
solos. ! -i"
Speaker will he Mrs. L. H.
Tarpley. Her topic win be "An
afternoon in the historic museum
of Hew York wi' Spanish art".
Mes. Wayne Pettit left Friday
for Jackson. - Miss., - where she
will remain -for some time. , She
will return by way ot Los An
geles. . Mrs. 1 Pettit plans to be
gone about three weeks.
ty Bo,le. Norma Jean Gilbertson.
Kenneth Boyle, Richard Chase.
Patsy Lee. i .
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... A group of prominent women from the Salem Ma cDowell chorus which will sing its spring concert April 27
in Waller hall of Willamette university.
In the center is Lena Bell Tartar, popular director of the chorus; to the left is Mrs. David Bennett Hill, a
member of the chorus, who is also a prominent hostess of the fortnight, entertaining with Mrs. W. H. Ltyle for
several large affairs.
. To the right is Mrs. Vernon A. Douglas, vice president of the Salem McDowell club and a member of the
chorus. All Photos by KenneU-ElHs.
Salem W. C. T. U. to
Sponsor Silver Tea
The Salem W. C. T. U. will
sponsor a silver tea at its meet
ing which will be Tuesday begin
ning at 2 o'clock, in its hall on
Commercial and Ferry streets. A
special invitation has been ex
tended to the presidents of tbe
missionary societies of tne Salem
churches. The devotional leader
at this meeting will be Mrs. W.
H. Robins, wife of Rev. Robins of
the First Baptist church. Miss
Elizabeth Ogden will favor with
a group ' of vocal solos. A talk,
followed by discussions, will be
given concerning temperance and
missions. The decorations are in
charge of Mrs. Rachel Reader. :
Following the program, dainty
refreshments will be served, by a
committee consisting ot Maud
Tallman, Emily Prescott and Mrs.
To be Interesting
Monday night in the armory
the members of Hal Hlbbard
post, United Spanish War Veter
ans and the Auxiliary to the
Veterans will observe the fif
teenth anniversary ot the organ
isation of the auxiliary. !
Special decorations and a fit
ting program will be arranged
for this evening which will be in
special compliment to the charter
members of the organization.
Charter members include the
names of Louis Quail, Lillian Mo-
Klnley, Myrtle Horton, Myrtle
Ross. Josle Bunte, Marie GIrod.
Lulu . Humphrey. Effie King,
Marie Baker. Catherine Bablng
ton, Minnie Hnrst, Grace Cheno
worth.; Gertrude R, Wilson. ;. Ida
Seymour, Vlletha . Bort. Bertha
Knmrow. ' Selma Knmrow, Flor
ence. Kumrow, Euen L. Carson,
Ruth Brant, Nell Aaseln. Myrtle
u. Abrams Carrie M. Cahse,
Grace Pugh, Helen. Southwick,
Ellen Thompson, Fanny Millard,
Mrs. W. B. Landon, Catherine
Hewlett. Verna Via.. Lolita Dons,
Stella Hardwlck. Laura Hard
wick. LeMoine Clark, Marr Ray
mond. Georgia Davis. Ruth Wil
on. Minerva WMson. May Smith
Perrydale The Sew and Sew
club of Ballston held its regular
meeting Thursday. The afternoon
was spent in sewing and social
hour and lunch followed.
. The ladies discussed during
the business meetinr. tHelr
otery project, these ladies hater
iencea me cemetery and are con
trolling scotch broom and sweet
brier roses that cover a portion
of the land.
Those present were: Mrs. Frank
BlsseH. Mrs. Lens, Mrs. Irwin,
Mrs. William Fudge, Mrs. David
Bowman. Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Sha
fer, Mrs. Melvin Ford. Mrs. Her
man HIU, arrs. H. S. Fudge. Mrs.
Carrie Gregg. Mrs. H. L. Sechrtst,
Mrs. -Fred Edson, Mrs. Shriver,
Mrs., a F. Gregg-. Mrs. H. But
ler, Mrs. Martin Van Gross and
vial tors were Edith Leas and
Mrs. Robert Mitchell. -
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Birtriday Party f
Hubbard Mrs. Waldo I.
Brown honored her son, Wallace,
at a lorely birthday luncheon
served in the music room at the
Hubbard school house Friday af
ternoon. , :
The ublo was cantered with a
largo birthday cake made bril
liant with 19 candles. Covers
were placed tor tfcfrtv-tive rwst-.
third and four grade pupils and
Miss , Frances Hatch school
mates and teacher of the honored
- Mrs," Brown was assisted by
her daughter. Miss Betty Brown,
her eon. Boyd Brown, and Ay
members of the 4-H sewing clnb;
of which she is the leader.
Olivjs M.; Doak,
TODAY WE PRESENT . .
This Week .
A QUIET wedding was sol
emnized at the parsonage
home of Rev. D. J. Howe
Saturday evening at eight o'clock
when Miss Mabel F. Porter,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Porter of Junction City became
the bride of Joseph J. Fisher, of
Portland, son of Mrs. Carrie Fish
er of Salem. Only immediate
friends and relatives wero pres
ent, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Kit im
mediately following the service
tor British Columbia and after
May 4 they will be at home at
329 East 37th street, Portland.
where Mr. Fisher is in business.
Mrs. Fisher is a graduate of Ore
gon Normal school and Mr. Fisher
has attended the Oregon Law
A second wedding ot interest
will be solemnised today at 3
o'clock in the Highland. Friends
church when Miss Evelyn Emery,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Emery, became the bride of Rev.
Robert Shattuck, son of Mrs. Ruth
Moon of Dayton.
A third recent marriage was
that ot Miss Ruth Bartruf f, daugh
ter of C. J. Bartruf f, and W.
Franklin Walter of Corvallis,
April B in the Willamette Boule
vard Evangelical church. Rev. G.
L. Lovell officiating. Both young
people attended Oregon state col
lege. They will, make their home In
Corvallis where they will be at
home to their friends after "May 1
at the HIckert apartments.
Mrs. Harry Bonney
; Brush College The Brush
College helpers were ' entertain ed
Thursday at the- homo of Mrs.
Harry Bonney. Taking part In the
program were Mrs. A. R. Ewing,
Mrs. W. F. McCall. Mrs. C. L.
Blodgett and Miss Margaret Gil
lis, county health nurse who gave
an interesting . 'and Instructive
talk on her work with school
children. Mrs. Frank Fawk also
gave a talk on her work as a
member of the health committee
of the federation, of rural wom
en's clubs of Polk county.
The' next meeting will he held
at the home of Mrs'. Ferdinand
Singer. Mrs. Oliver Whitney will
conduct the patriotic program as
sisting Mrs. Bonney at the tea
hour wero Mrs. Arthur-; Bonney,
Salem and - the .. Misses . Blanche
and Ethel Bonney.
Special guests Thursday were
Miss Margaret Gill is, Dallas, Mrs.
Frank Fawk, Rlekreall, Mrs.
Mary Sehon, Miss Ruth Bennett.
Mrs. Arthur Bonney, Miss
Blanche' Bonney and Miss Ethel
Bonner. Members present, were:
Mrs. Paul Wallace and daughter
Nancy Lou, Mrs. Ferdinand Sin
ger and granddaughter, Juanlta
Johnson, Mrs. Barbara Foeh. Mrs.
Esther Oliver,' Mrs. John Schin
dler, Mrs. Victor Olsen, Mrs. Fred
Swing, Mrs. Fred Olsen, Mrs. TJ.
J. Lehman, Mrs. W. F. McCall,
Mrs. C L. Blodgett, Mrs. Joe
Singer and daughter Josephine,
Mrs. A. R. Ewing, Mrs. Louis
Singer, Mrs. Oliver Whitney, Mrs.
W. Rock and son Orvllle and the
Scio. The Westoics club met
with Mrs. Emma Brown Thurs
day afternoon. Tho time was
spent In conversation. Fosr
guests wero present, ; Mrs. Carl
Bragg.' Mrs. Albert 8belton, Mrs.
Traaen; Mrs. Geo. Christiansen.
- Refreshments wero served by
tho hostess assisted by Mrs.
Bragg. Members - present were
Mrs. E. 8- McCrao, Mrs. Chaa.
Whlto, Mrs. Thos. Quigley, Mrs.
O. A. Hall, Mrs. Kenneth JPunty,
Mrs. -. Lylo Shelton : and tho
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Young' Students Will
Miss Frances Laws and .Miss
Elisabeth Clement, pupils of Fran
ces Virginia Melton will giro a
piano recital In Waller hall Mon
day ovening at 8 o'clock. '
This is one ot the series of Mon
day recitals to be given by stpdents
from the scboot of music of Wil
lamette university. The public is
The program follows:
Bach, Saint S-cn , .. G.TptU
Beethoren Son-Ut, Opus 10, No. 3
Ohopla Prelude, Opus 88. No. 10, S 8
Chop i a .,. , . . Troia Eccosaise
Bach Preludia and Fag-etta, No. S
Indiaa , Laaeaat
O. Merlkaato. Finiia Folk Sons
Ls- Itaa Aitlat
"Mother Don't Cry"
BeethoTcn So -ate. Optus 1. Ha. t
Debnaay' Ieuieie. i.rab-qe
M-cDovell ... . ,., In Amtnma
-UeDowoU To a Water Lily
tieste-iUky ..... Intermaiie ia Octaves
Von Weber Overture to Oberoa
Frances tws and Elizabeth Clement
Camp Fire Girls
The Shukenkata group of
Camp Fire girls met at the home
of Mrs. Irene Douglas, their
guard lap, the past week and dis
cussed plans for the coming sum
mer season. Mrs. Scharuff, who
has recently returned from ' a
world tonr, was a special guest,
and told of her experiences .with
the Camp Fire girls in Manila.
Present for this meeting were
Marjorie Vande ' Waler, Marian
Rydo, Mabel Lord, Betty Lou
Burdette, Helen Wilson, Aleen
Douglas, Delma Bunn, Mrs. Irene
Members of the Camp Fire
who have received tho highest
ranking of tho organisation will
organise a "Torch club", first, of
its kind to be organized here.
Members will be Mrs. Luther
Stout, Esther Hunsaker, Maxlno
Stout. Mae Gingrich. Wanda
Rose, Evangeline Voth, Miss Lil
lian Black and a few additional
ones. - .
Mrs. K. It. Allgood, , a new
guardian, . win he introduced , at
the next guardian's - meeting and
will meet with, the Klanhanee
group next Monday at her homo,
1137 Union street,
Charter members of the Salem
Royal Neighbors ot America at
tended the social meeting of the
Dallas Royal Neighbors .Thurs
day ovening. A program and
dancing made an enjoyable even
ing for the guests..,-
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A. A. U. W. Has
The one o'clock- luncheon meet
ing of thflTA. A. U. W. at the Elks
temple wss an event ot Saturday.
Miss Mabel Robertson presided at
tho business meeting, which- In
cluded only routine affairs.
Program was given by the high
school people who will enter the
musle tournament in Forest
Grove next Saturday, April ,25,
ana included a vocal solo by Wil
liam Skewlsr- boys' quartet, Wil
lard Moses, Earle Potter, Fred
Wolfe and William Skewls; vocal,
solo, Helen Benner; and a vocal
solo by Wlllard Moses. Miss
Eva Cochran was the accom
. The group .of young people
responded gracious encores at the
enthusiastic demand of their
Program at Studio
What promises to be a delight
ful ensemble program and which
is being sponsored by. Miss Alicia
McElroy of Portland will be given
this afternoon at the studio of
Prof, and Mrs. T. 8. Roberts, be
ginning at 3:15 o'clock.
The young people taking are
Portland maids, many of whom
are now members of the Portland
Symphony Orchestra and have
been members of the Junior Sym
phony. Ernest Crosby, tenor, and Prof.
T. S. Roberts will assist.
Patrons and patronesses for the
afternoon of music are Miss Sally
Bush. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Bates. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Wallace, Loyd T. Rlg
don, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rahn,
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Patton, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. McElroy,. Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. O'Reilly. Mr. ' and Mrs. D.
A. White. Miss Frances Virginia
Melton. Miss Helen MacHlrron.
Miss W. J. McFadden, Miss Rita
Clark. Madame June Reece. and
Mrs. W. A. Thompson.
Girl Reserves to
The Olrl Reserves of the Leslie
junior high school will present
"Alice Through the Looking
Glass" Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock in the little theatre on th
thlrd floor . ot Waller halt , -
Those taking part In the play
which 'has been coached by
Beulah Graham, are Mary Elisa
beth Keils. Evelyn Propp, Mar
garet Ann Kells. - Marguerite
Smith, Barbara Nelson, . Betty
Parker, Martha Kreikenhaum.
Franees Kells, Margaret Burke,
A slight admission will be
charged for tho play.
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Billy Utley Will Give
A recital ot mora than ordi
nary Interest will bo that given
Monday night In tho studio of
Prof, and Mrs. T. Sx Roberts by
Billy TJtley, young attendant ot
Prof. Roberta, '
" Tho program is called n
evening of opera and- will be
played . entirely from memory.
Prof. Roberts will assist at the
organ and Corydon Blodgett will
read. : -Guests are being, invited
for the affair. i
.The program is as follows:
Piano Kerch of th Priests. v front
I "Maria Flata" Koxart
Life at the Composer Verdi
Piano Brendiai, from "La Trsvista"
- - : Verdi
Piana AnTl Hare Bisned ta -test Me
from U TVeratore'1 Verdi
Anvil Choree, from "JI TroTaVore 'Verdi
Keadiat--A ratnotis Wian , ,
i n-mAnm Bktdsett
Vera! I Dre-at I VwmH U Marble
iialU frost "Bo-emiaa Oirt" Ma lie
Ortran - sad Piane- Fae-erita T-emea,
from "Bohemian Girl" Balfe
Flano Akl Sa Fair, from "Mart-"
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Piano Taut, from "Boldiera Ctaor-
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Orfaa Bextetta, from "Lneia dl Itai
mermoor' . , , Pooifette
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Dinner j Compliments
. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Eckerson was the scene of
a happy gathering recently when
relatives met to visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin LaBare and children
of Lor 'Angeles. Mr. LaBaro is
the brother of Mrs. Eckerson.
At one o'clock a pot luck din
ner was enjoyed by the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin LaBare and
family of Los Angeles. Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. LaBare of St, Helens.
Mr. and' Mrs L. W. LaBare of
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. 8. W.
Melhnish snd family of Hlllsboro,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Riches and
family and Miss Beryl Ottaway ot
Silverton. Mr. and Mrs. F. LaBare
and family, and Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. LaBare and children of Wren,
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Riches of
MeMinnviile. Mrs. Cordelia La
Bare, Mrs. Eckerson, Sr., and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eckerson.
Mrs. Dick Griffith and Miss
Dixie Deal Griffith of Three
Forks, Mont., has been the gaewt
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Ballard for the past few
days. The visitors are making
an extended tour of the- Pacific
ceast and will leave Sunday for
Seattle, and expect to arrive at
their Montana homo about April
, Continues . .
Is Interesting r
FOLLOWING the regular
meeting of Sedgwick chap- --
ter of the Woman's Relief
corps Saturday afternoon In Mil
ler's hall a memorial service was
held for those of the corps and
tho Grand Army who had passed
away in tho past year. - Six of
the Corps members and three of
the Grand Army were remem- 1
bered in this service.
Mrs. Lizzie Smith, past depart
ment president, gave a brief talk
concerning the work of the corps
and the four surviving charter
members of the corps each spoke ,
and recalled to memory incidents i j
of the past concerning the life
of the organization. These -were.
Mrs. Helen Southwick, Mrs.
Sarah Drager, Mrs. W. P. Bab
cock, and Mrs. Crawford.
In these- talks it was brought
out that- the Relief Corps was
tho first fraternal order in Sa
lem and has had 700 members
during its life with now four
charter members and 154 regu- i
lar members. ' ! ! j; : . --, f , j j
Memories of the G. A. R. de
veloped tho fact that there are
only three charter members left
in Salem and that there are only
24 members of the organization
now. The golden anniversary of
the local G. A. It. will be cele
brated next year.
Mrs. Mabel Lockwood gave an
interesting tribute to the work'
accomplished by. the W. R. C.
and Comrade Harris spoke of the ' .
work of i the two organizations
during the past years. .
Musical numbers were given
by Mrs. J. A. Sholseth accompan
ied by Miss Olive S hurts.
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General Aid Meeting
. A 1 o'clock luncheon meeting
is planned - by members ot the
general aid 6f the First Metho
dist church , for Wednesday.
There will be seven circles rep
resented in this meeting.
Mrs. J. W. Beck ley will be
toastmlstress. A program of rem
iniscences will be given by older
members ot the aid.
An invitation ls being extend
ed to all members ot the congre
gation and friends to attend this
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Many High-grade Dresses Chif
fons, Prints, and Plain,
on 8alo at
In mixed assortment of sizes and
shades. Prices .'
One Growp of Short Coats Lea
ther and few wool salts and
dresses. All at remarkably low
Hat Crepe and Prints, all good
: Dresses .
$10 . $14.75
A Complete Cloee-oat of All
Bloases Flat crepe, knitted and
t dozen ot them' some o ff
prices as lowiM. )!)
From our two outstanding lines.
.Odds and ends sold from 119.76
to S5. On Sale 2f A tt
as low as ........ 10.00