The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 10, 1931, Page 6, Image 6

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Prominent People
Will Present
mAma tUn front the de-
I mands of everyday and
. forrettina- social affair In
reference to the romance "of
drama, large number of Salem
roans people hare teen busy
with the reduction of "Cymbe-
llne", a romance of love and In
trigue written; many years ago
by William Shakespeare.
Costumes of the sixteenth cen
tury are worn with more Joy by
the actors and actresses of the
little theatre group than tne
modern clothes into which they
change followiag rehearsals.
A Shakesnearian stage is now
under construction In the Capitol
theatre where the play will be
nresented Thursday night. It Is
a duplication of the old Globe
theatre in London. It has two
stories and many wings and cur
, - tains so that no waits occur be
tween acts. As soon as one act
Is concluded two little curtains
draw one curtain and raise an-
other and the show- goes on,
Ralph Schomp, art director for
the play, has painted all the ricn
lr colored tapestries and cur
tains which will be used in the
production. Just now Miss Sally
Lansing and Mrs. Edna Reed are
" Tery busy completing costumes
which had to be made to take
- the place of several lost by fire
Friday night.
James Beard, director of . the
play, . announces a complete re
hearsal for Monday night at
which time Ted Oaborn, of the
Duffy players, will be present to
take his part as leading man.
Mr. Osborn and Mr.- Beard are
the . only members of thLast
who Is not local talent. w
A brilliant production Is being
anticipated and many of the
prominent people- of Salem are
acting as patrons-and patroness
es. These are Mrs. Julius X.
Meier, . Dr. and Mrs. Carl O.
Doney.' Miss Elizabeth Lord, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Burghardt, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Wallace, Mr. and
.Mrs. C K. Spaulding, Mr. and
Mrs. Monroe Gilbert, Mrs. Clif
ford Brown, Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Lytle, Miss . Mable Robertson,
Miss Edith Scbxyrer, Mrs. Helen
Hamilton, Dr. Henry Kohter, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. Hal Patton, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Richards. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ericsson, Miss Frances
Virginle Melson, Mr. and Mrs.
William Walton, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Lauterman, Dr. and Mrs. F.
G. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. George
Aldin, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cox,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hendricks.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albert, Mr.
and Mrs. Willis Roughton and
Miss Alice Brown.
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Chi Delta Chapter
Luncheon Guests
, Members of the CM Delta
chapter of the Delphian society
will be guests of Mrs. Cart Nel
aon at her cottage In Neskowin
Tuesday. Luncheon will be served
at 1 o'clock and the meeting will
follow this.
The new study opc, "Renals
cance Paintings", will be taken
up at this meeting. Topics will be
taken by Mrs. R. M. Waltx, Mrs.
Dean Adams. Mrs. L. D. Lambeth,
and Mrs. J. H. Brady. Mrs.
George- Lewis, newly elected su
pervisor, will be In charge.
Members, of the Missionary so
ciety of the First Presbyterian
church will meet In the church
parlors Wednesday afternoon at
2:20 o'clock. Latin America will
be the topic for discussion. Dr. D.
Schulse will be the speaker. Mrs.
Earl Cooler Is to be soloist and
Mrs. Willi Moore la chairman of
the social committee.
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is my soar.
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Before her shrine, to. whom all
things- belong.
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Their dally oread.
From "The Little Book of Terse.-
In tribute to "mothers", Mr. M. C. Findley, left,
Mrs. At Adolph and young son, vpper center, i
Miss Julia1 Query
To Give Recital
Miss Julia Query, contralto.
pupil of Lena Belle Tartar, will
be presented la recital Thursday
erening in Waller hall, Willam
ette unirerslty at 8:15 o'clock.
Miss Jnne Director, Tlolinlst,
and student of Elizabeth Lery,
will assist. Miss Marjorie O'Dell
4 MIm Margaret Hogg will be
accompanist. - A general inrlta
tlon is extended to the public for
this recital,
The program to be given is as
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The institutions department or
the Woman sclub of which Mrs.
M. Endlcott is chairman, will
sponsor tne 31m jamooree pro
gram of Salem senior high scnooi
students Tuesday night at the
school for the deaf. Mrs. Tom
Welgamott is In charge of this
group. v !
' Miss Ruth Engelhorn, daugh
ter of Mrs. B. K. Engelhorn,
Kingwood Park; West Salem, has
returned 'to her home following
an Illness In Willamette sanltor
lam. ... r
Sunday, May 10 j
. All Camp Fire Girls and Blue Birds guests In uni
form for Girl Reserves, at First Methodist church May
10th. at 4 p. m. r , !
Mother's day program, 4 o'clock In First Methodist
church: Girl Reserves giving the program, t
Nominating committee of Encinltls club, with Miss
. Bessie Tucker, at her home on West Wilson street
Monday May 11
Chapter A. B. guests of Mrs. Louise Brickell at
v home of Mrs. O. H. Llpps, Chemawa. Chapter O fpecial
guests. Those going from Chapter Q meet at home of
: Mrs. W. H. Byrd. 7:15 o'clock. - - I V
Delta Phi Mother's club, Mrs. L. L. Laws, Mornlng
; sid 2 o'clock. i
v. ' Tuesday, May It
Junior Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal church, wltfc
airs, canton smith in Roberts apartments. 1:10 o'clock.
Social afternoon for Eastern Star social club in Ma
sonic temple. Cards will be in play at 1 o'clock.
1 1 Salem Arts league, election of officers and annual
reports; Salem public library. f
Auxiliary to Sons of Union Veterans, Woman's
clubhouse. ?:3q o'clock. j ; . -
Institutions department of Salem Woman's club
sponsoring jamboree program given by high school at
- in' for deaf; T: SO o'clock. .
. Regular meetln- Encinitis club. 6: SO o'clock, T. W.
C. A.; report of nominating committee.
, M.D?lt5 chater o Delphians, luncheon guests of
Mrs. Carl Nelson, at her cottago la Neskowin.
- Wednesday, May IS
Regular missionary meeting of First Presbyterian
church. 2:30 o'clock. Prof. D. Schulse, speaker. .
' Waconda community club, home of Mrs. F. P. Run-
corn; potluck luncheon. served at noon. i
t Mrs. E. B. Taylor;wllI be hostess to Woman's Home
Missionary society, Jason Lee church at her home, 17S
- rMir&rounds road. 2: JO o'clock. j j
! Friday, May 15
Neighbors of Woodcraft, social afternoon and cards.
Fraternal temple, 2 o'clock. . .
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Saturday, May 18 .
Miss Mabel Crelghton to hold "open garden" at
Jonesmere Farm, 10 miles north of Salem on Wheat-,
land-Waconda cross road In Mission Bottom.' .
Marion county P. T. A will meet In SUverton for
, all day meeting beginning 10 o'clock. i '
Card Afternoon
Planned for Tuesday
A social . afternoon is being
planned - by the committee ' In
charge for members of the East
ern Star social club Tuesday aft
ernoon in the Masonic temple.
Cards will be In play at 2 o'clock
and those wanting to play are
requested to be there at that
time. For those who do not
want to play cards there will be
The committee In charge" Is
Mrs. Lena May Pennington,
chairman. ' Carrie Fowler, Bertha
Kuhn, Julia Lytle. Delia Mohr,
Kitty Rowe, Edna Doughton,
Molly Dancy, Dorothy Dane, Hul-
da Jewett, Eva Hulsey, Marian
Girl Reserves Mothers
Program Today !
One of the most attractive
tributes to 'mothers' today will be
the Girl Reserve program to be
given at the First Methodist
church at 4 o'clock. All Girl
Scouts. Bor Scouts. Campfire
girls and like organizations are
Invited as special gtteets. 'The
program is open to the public.
Music, Reserve ritual and trib
utes to. mothers will be the pro
gram numbers offered.
The West Salem Reserve are
planning a mother-daughter Ian
euet for Monday night In the
Methodist church. Program num
bers 'will be given by Hazel Bru
ner, advisor. Naomi Alsop. Reva
Clarke, Margaret Caster. Mar
tha and Ruth Maers, Masie Rad
key. "
Regular meet In ra for the rar.
ious groups will be held, this
week. Work la being comnleted
and plans are beta made to con
clude the year's work with the
closing or schools.
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Hayesville Woman's
Club Meets
Hayesvllle The HavtimrtnA
woman's club met at the home of
airs, unaries Andresen Thursday
afternoon. Following the busi
ness meeting the afternoon was
spent in social conversation.
Guests present for the afternoon
were Mrs. Edna .O'Nell of Salem.
MrsP. N. Andrews. Mrs. Frank
Marshall and. Miss Evans.
Mmbers Present were Mrs. E.
M. Bailey, Mrs. J. L. Batdorf.
rvT." V. ,faweu, Mrs. Robin
I Day. MISS Ida riAnnv M tttji
11am Fitts, Mrs. Berrilla Halbert,
RwMcA6' Mrs. J. L. Mor
rlson. Mrs. Charles Reed. Mrs.
n ?v. Stttle'' A Mrs. , William
Rlckman, Mrs. Clarke Ritchie.
MifhiKeiineih Tall5e. nd Mrs.
Charles Andresen.
i.ilffr8hment;" were served by
the hostess. aalsti k, a w"
and Mr P. u. Andresen: "
4v ? nt and last meeting of
the club will be at the horn of
ff - "L66 May "ero will
Iaceon t 12:80 and elec
tion of officers for the ensuing
year. James Rnaaoii t,.
from the State roiw. fr!
to the club matnhoM mt
lor DecoraUng AUier
e . . :
Hazel Green . xtrm .i.v ..1
Sfw" i'Sf to th Sunshine
i7g - b rsday afternoon.
trt wer mad8 or a picnic to
park. Husbands and children of
members to be guests.
. Jh sfternoon was spent In sew
ing and conversation.
Mrs. Worden. assisted by Mrs.
Kobow, served refreshmenU. The
next meetln win k& 4.i.
- CT w j va u , iuco
ing with the Nemo Sewing dab
hostess, at the home of Mrs. Dom
nique La Rosa, Lab la h Center.
Mrs. Ora Mclntm will 'nnd
Sunday with her daughter. Miss
urma mui aicintyre, who Is at
tending Oregon State and Is a
member ef the Alnha namma
Lower center, Mrs.
Palmer C, MacDonald
and wee son and right, Mrs.
G. L. Murray. All Photos
High School Spring
Concert Friday
Two hundred young musicians
from Salem senior high school
will appear' May 15 in the high
school auditorium, in the annual
spring concert sponsored, by the
music department of the school.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar Is direct
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The program will be presented
oy mixed choruses, trays' glee
club, girls' glee club, girls' quar
tet, soloists, orchestra and of
special interest will be-the num
bers - which . represented Salem
high school In the recent musical
tournament In Forest Grove.
Among these will be Kathleen
Phelps, first prize In low voice:
Wlllard Moses, first nrize in htzh
voice: Helen Behner. medium
voice; Mary Jane Leu, high voice;
Elizabeth Lewis, third nlaca In
piano. Also the boys', quartet and
tne girls' quartet which each
took first place in the contest.
v Accompanist ior tne nrorram
will be Eva Cochran. Charlotte
Eyre, Rachel Pemberton. Helen
tenner, and Bob Read.
Choral Bach US85-175A1
Minuet from "The Would-be
Gentleman'. Lullv VlC3z-l7i
Minuet Da Boeuf
...Haydn f 1722-1809)
Death and the Maiden ...... .
- .Schubert (1727-1828)
of the Flonsaley quartet) '
(Arranged by Alfred Pachon
Vocal solo, "Wings' . .d'Hardelot
Helen Benner
Hunting Bliss
Ride Out on Wings of Song
........... .Berwald
xacnting Glee ...... Culbertson
Boys' Glee Club
Sleep Little Lady ........ Salter
My Lady Chlo' . Clough-Lelghter
uiria' quartet
Night Son?, from; the "Mound
Builders" . .v. ......... Bliss
Serenade from the "Mound
Builders" Bliss
Mixed Chorus
Vocal solo, "I Just Stay Home"
.......... Hof fmeister
Wlllard Mosea '
Nursery Rhyme Suite . .Custance
Hiawatha's. Lullaby ..... . Heald
Coquetry i ..Oregor
Girls' Glee Club
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Vocal solo, "Shadows Across
My Heart" ....... ... . . . Flick
Kathleen Phelps
'Skipper Ireeon'a Ride" (a can
Mixed Chorus
X .
Hark as the Twilight Pale (Per
sian Serenade Blum
Boys' 'Quartet
t.- XI
Piano solo. "Llebestraum . . Liszt
Elizabeth Lewis
The Master of Sunshine and ,
Song .............. Kramer
Girls Glee Club
Vocal solo, "My Lore Rode By1?
............. . .caibreath
Mary Jane Lam
'. : XIV
Welcome Pretty Primrose. Plnsutl
A Spring Romance . . . . .Hosmer
A Gypsy Night .......... Ganne
America . y- .
Chorus and Audience
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Independence A wedding Of
unusual interest; was , performed
br Dr. Charles ! H. Dunsmofe
when he united in marriage Verd
Hill of Independence to Esther
M. Goose of Portland.
The wedding took place at the
groom's home on ' South Main
street, with only Immediate rel
atives being present. The wed
ding was a suprise to the com
Council of Church
Women to Meet
COUNCIL of church women of
Salem and vicinity will meet
Friday at 11 o'clock for an
alk day meeting la the First
Evangelical church. This is the
quarterly meeting of the organ
ization and reports will be given
by Rev. Niwa concerning the
project of Japanese work which
the council is sponsoring.
special music will f open the
session and the devotions will be
In charge of Mrs. O. N. Thomp
son, airs. Ktnei Foiling Phelps
wui oe in cnarge of the music.
The. afternoon session follow
ing the luncheon meeting at the
enurcn, will be taken up with
business, and ; with the address
or Frederick J. Llbby. national
secretary of the council for the
prevention of war. This address
win, be given at 2:16 o'clock
and club women of Salem are In
vited to attend this part of the
An attractive recital: of music
week was given by the students
of Joy Turner Moses assisted by
Mrs. Leon M. Brown reader, and
L. H. Btttner. vocalist; Wednes
day evening at the residence stu
dio of . Mrs. Mosea, Those appearing-
were Mary jAlderspa,
Wanda Messinger, Arthur Bouce,
Blllle June Smith, j Marquis
Jenes, Maxine Goodenough, Mar
jorie Ann Bergsvick, Ruth Walk
er,, Grace Marie Pickens, Ruth
S&eley, Stewart Donaldson, Ruth
Shewey, Jean Beers,! Marlon
Blew. Wallace Beckett,! Marjorie
Wunder. Edith Davis, I Beatrice
Donaldson, Eileen Goodenough,
Esther Calllaon. Sophia Hughes,
Maxine Case, 8ybil Beckett, Mil
ton Beckett. Irene B. Seelev. Jes
sie 81ms. Margaret Mochel, Lau
rence Lloyd. c f.
Independence . Mrs. Robert
White entertained the aid society
of the Christian church Thursday
afternoon. At the close of the af
ternoon the hostess 1 served a
dainty lunch to Mrs. Marie Kul-
lander, Mrs. Quarsdoref. Mrs.
George Glrard and Mrs. Brown.
W. T. Rigdons Return
From Winter in South
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. RIgdon re
turned to their home in Salem
Saturday morning after having
spent the winter months in Los
Angeles and Santiago, Cal.
In compliment to their return
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mercer will
entertain with a family dinner in
their suburban home. Covers
will be placed for Mr. and Mrs.
RIgdon. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fon-
taln of Jefferson and Miss Mar
Jorle Fontaln, Miss Leila RIgdon,
Mrs. H. b. Herrlck, Miss Eliza
both Ann Herrlck, Wintield
Clark, Lloyd RIgdon, Mr. and
Mrs. Mercer and Ralph Mercer,
Pretty Home Wedding
tivent of Today
Mlsa Frances Wlederkehr will
be married today at 2 o'clock to
Ernest Todd, son of Mr. and Mr
E. Todd of Jefferson, In a pretty
ceremony la the F. Weidorj .r
home on North Capitol street.
Rev. D. J. 1 Howe wUl read the
simple ceremony In the presence
of about ft Invited guests.
Miss Weiderkehr will be at
tended by her sister. Miss Ruby
Wlederkehr. Miss Viola Grlebe-
nour will : play the wedding
marches and Miss LaVern Olsea
wUl be soloist. vi
A reception will follow the
weddinar ceremony and then the
young couple will ' leave tor
motor trip into . cautornia. i
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Miss Hester Davis ' of 8alem.
prominent vocalist in the Oregon
State college as well as In Salem,
will be presented in her senior
recital In the Memorial , Union
lounge this afternoon at 2:8
o'clock. She will sing: four groups
or songs. Several Salem people
plan U motor to OorvaUla tor
this program. ; !
North Santlam Mrs. Arden
Hammer delightfully . entertained
members of the North Santianr
Sewlng cluVat her home Wed
nesday afternoon. The time was
spent socially. Delicious refresh
ments were served. Those present
were Mrs. W. Kelthley. Mrs. A. F.
Kelthly, Mrs. George B. Howard,
Mrs. L. C. Kelthley and daughter
Mary Lou. Lenore Hammer, and
the hostess.- f . . j; -
Thil is
Mid-Summer Rices in Ef
fect Thia Week Right at
the Beginning of the sea-
and : JUtWi
Fur Trlnimed j
of Self
. Material
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Camp Fire Girls
Mother's Tea Pretty
The Otakuye aad . Lometakia
groups of the Camp, rire girls
aratei a nrettr .tea In eomnlimeni
to heir mothers at the home of
airs.; tu w. 11 ansa a er maay an
ernobn. A musical nrorram and
readings gave added interest to
the tea hours. Mrs. Albert Cox
ana jars. Mae cingnca. poured.
. Mothers present were Mrs. Al
bert cox. Mrs. L. Stout. Mrs. P.
J. iVpth, Mrs. H. W. Hunsaker.
Mr; I J. E. Whitehead, Jr., tirs.
J. J Morris, Mrs. C. E. Albln,
and Mrs. A. D. Rose. Girls pres
ent! ?were Martha - Coz, Maxine
Stott, Merle. Lang, Mary Mor
ris.! J Loralne Vick, Evangeline
Vof hi TVarnl Whlf all t
garet Albln, Wanda Rose,' Mary
Elisabeth Hunsaker. Esther Hun-
sakeiu .
t ' All ;Camp Fire members will
be jruests of the Girl Reserves at
the;! first Methodist church this
afternoon at 4 o'clock when , a
special musical program will
compliment mothers".
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B J! & P. Program
Tor Convention i
I j Interesting; I
The, program ; to be presented
during the convention of the state
Business and Professional Wom
en. HA session here May 22, 22
and;2f , promises to be an Interest
ing one.
National officers will be pres
ent as well as the sute officers
and! about 400 members of the
state clubs. Round tables will be
held each day of the convention.
These wlU concern the occupations
and the opportunities for better
ment. There will he social affairs
In bf nature of banquets, din
ners; I breakfasts and one "mld
nlghtf frolic ;
The emblem breakfast will be
the: most colorful social affair as
It is; planned. It will be given at
Hasel Green park. Mias Helen B.
.Rudnaa will preside. The program
will; include: r ,
Ttnor solo, William Wright, Sa
lem;; accompanied by Frank
Churchill; address. Dr. W. C.
Kantner, Salem; emblem cere
mony' members of hostess club.
Mrs.; Mrs. Maude Pointer, chair
man I assisting Mrs. Belle R.
Gould; Initiating two new clubs.
Hood j River, Miss Marguerite S.
Ferria, president; Heppner, Mrs.
Lenore Ponlson, president. ' Selec
tion. Portland Business and Pro
fessional Women's club chorus.
Madam Frida Stjerna, director,
and Mrs. Wargren E. Fitch, ac
companist; introduction of new
officers; assembly singing. v
j Mrs. E. B. Taylor will be host
ess to members of the Jason Lee
Woman's Home Missionary soci
ety at her home, 1795 Fair
grounds road, Wednesday after
noon at 2:20 o'clock. Mrs. Hugh
B. Fpuke will lead the lesson and
Mrs.i A. F. Walker has charge of
the devotions. All members are
asked j to bring mite boxes. Tea
will fcOnclude the meeting.
Mrs. Wayne Pettit is again
ome after ha vine soent the oast
several weeks in the south. . .
Mother - Daughter
Banquet is
ONE of the charming compli
ments to Mother's day Is the
.annual Mother - Daughter
baneuet given by the Encinltls
club. This event was observed
Fridajr night la the Silver Grille
room of the Gray Belle. Covers
were placed t three tables ar
ranged In the form of a T. The
two long tables were centered
with graceful arrangements of
snowballs and peonies, and a
long, low basket of mixed spring
blossoms, arranged by Mrs. B. O.
Shucking, centered . the table
which formed the top of the T. A
flower favor marked the place of
eacfl guest.
An 'attractive nrorram of mu
sic, and a comic skit followed the
welcome extended by the presi
dent MLis Alice Falk. Those ap
pearing on the program wer Bet
ty Elofson. Gertrude Chamberlln,
Mildred Judson, Bessie Tucker,
Dorothy Franks, Esther Hllmer.
Helen Richardson, Eileen Gibson,
Lulu Eastridge and Erna Batter-
man. -
Special guests to be honored
were Mrs." Conrad Falk. Mrs. Bet
ty Elofsoa, Mrs. Susie Chamber
lln, Dr. Mary Pnrvine, Mrs. AUie
Roblln, Mrs.: Russell Catlln, Mrs.
Emma Beckett, Mrs. Adelaide'
Spong, Mrs. Martha Batterman,
Mrs. Edna Richardson, Mrs., Matie
Tucker, Mrs. Vlrgle Farmer, Mrs. 1
Edna Waterman. Mrs. Clara East,
ridge. Mrs. Ada Judson, Mr. Jen- :
nie Vincent, and Mrs. Rose Saw-
yer. !
Club members and advisor were
Mrs. Helen Hamilton, advisor, and 4
Alice Falk. Mabel Currie. Ger
trude Chamberlln, Ruth Roblln,
Eileen GUson, Esther Hllmer, Mil
dred Wynkoop. Erna Batterman,
Olga Gath, Helen Richardson,
Bessie Tucker. Marguerite Farm
er, Ruth Waterman, Luly East
ridge, Mildred Judson.-' Bertha
Vincent and Dorothy Franks.
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Arts League Annual
Meeting Tuesday
Members of the Salem Arts -league
are urged to be present
at the annual election of officers
and general business meeting
Tuesday evening in the auditor
ium of - the Salem public library. '
This Is , one of the most Im
portant meetings of the year. Re
ports of the various activities of
the league will be made and sec
tion leaders will report on the
work accomplished by their sec
tions. ' '''.''
, The regular business has been
taken care of by the league coun
cil, chosen for that purpose, but
the meeting Tuesday erening Is
open for all members..
- A group of "Junior live tav-
ersM enjoyed a swimming and
athletlo party at Rlverdale park
Friday. Those who attended were
Doris Hlday, Mary Frances Hen-
derson, Roberta Johnson. Esther
Arnold, Anoka Coates.j Mrs. Van
Slyke and Mrs. Johnson, j 1 i
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Mrs. N. W. Maynard left Fri
day for Post, Montana, to be
with her father who Is ill. Her
return is indefinite. 1 . '
Portland's Largest School
takes pleasure In announcing the opening of their permanent
studios in Salem, -Saturday, May lth, under the personal'
j j . j .';'" supervision of Will Kenton f
For appointment or Information see BILL BRAZEATJ at the
(Wltn Yfbbert ft Todd)
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Pomeroy & Keene
3jT9; State Street j I Telephone 7463
Delta sorority.
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