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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday : Morning, June 11, 1932
Younger Persons to be Hon
ored in Song and Poem
' At Many Churches
Children's Day will be observ
ed la several Salem churches to
day, with special programs out
lined for either morning or even
At 8 o'cloc at the First
Evangelical church, the entire
evening worship hour will be
given over to songs, readings and
skits by and In honor of chil
dren. At the Court street Christian
church, the new pastor, Rev.
Hugh N. McCallum, announces a
children's program at the regu
lar Sunday-school hour, 9:45
o'clock, and at' llvo'clock Rev.
McCallum will develop a theme
appropriate to tne earner pro
gram, "Rearing Children."
Jason Lee Memorial Methodist
church will observe a combined
children's day service of the
church and school at 10:45
o'clock, with ' each . department
contriDuting . recitations, songs
and exercises. A special feature
will be a short drama written by
Mts. E. W. Cole- and presented by
junior members of the daily va
cation bible school.
All the Baptist churches will
honor Children's day. Program
at the Temple Baptist will be at
9:45 o'clock; at the First Ger
man Baptist the program will be
at 8 o'clock Sunday night; at
the First Baptist at 9:45 'clock;
and at Calvary Baptist at 10:20
The Remormed church's pro
cram for the occasion will be
held at 11 o'clock tomorrow
morning, with special music by
the choir and male quartet also
Children of the First Chris
tian church" Sunday school will
present their annual program
Sunday night at 8 o'clock, with
all deDartments of the bible
school to participate in the var
The Sunday school members of
St. John's Lutheran church will
hold a picnic Sunday afternoon in
A glimpse of the work done by
the Marion county Sunday school
council of Christian Education is
contained in the following state
ments from the presdent, Fred de
Vries of Pratum:
"Since" Oregon has no general
secretary to supervise the work of
the state, Marion county council
works as a separate unit, is not
receiving help from the interna
tional council and is pot support
ing it in any way. County and dis
trict council officers receive no
financial return, but travel hun
dreds of miles each year in the
Interest of the Sunday school
work in the county at their own
"All that is asked is a small
contribution from each Sunday
school, from a dollar to five dol
lars a year, according to size and
ability of the school to pay. All
money received is used for print
ing and postage, except, in a few
cases of paying traveling expenses
of outside speakers.
"Thousands of copies of help
ful literature are distributed ev
ery year among the Sunday
schools in the county and at the
state fair. This year, the council
will add 1000 gospels of John to
the supply of literature as soon
as funds for such are received.
Hayesville district s still at the
head of the list with the largest
number -of Sunday schools and
also with the largest contribution
by one school, the Mennonite hav
ing naid $5.
"Much more can be done, for
wherever we go, we find people
whoso heart Is in the work. So,
deoresslon or no, the work of the
council is going forward promot
ing sound scriptural doctrine.
Th Luther league of the Amer
lean Lutheran church here will
entertain other Leaguers of the
Colombia district Sunday auer
.aih fit H&eer's grove with i
strawberry festival, to which all
yonng people of the church and
Interested friends are Invited.
Transportation from the church
will be provided at 3:30 o'clock.
rtowr.Hnna.la will be held at 6 p. m.
at the groTe, with officers of the
district assisting the local pastor,
Rev. P. W. Eriksen, who will be
the leader. -
In charge of general arrange
ments for the picnic are tiaroiu
and Mildred Toeiie.
Marion and N. Liberty Sts.
BRITTON ROSS, Minister
11 A. M. "The Christian's
8 P. M. "The Millennium or
The Golden Age"
Special Music by the Male and
Mixed Chorus The Ordin
anceof Baptism will be Ad
ministered at the Close, of the
r ; Evening Service
In the Churches
CHUB OH OT.TEB VAZASEXZ
13th and Center 8ta. Bar - Pletur
Galloway, pastor. Band? Scaaot B:S a.
Morning worship " 11 clock: nb-
Ject: "MoTinf- Forward with God",
preached by J. Q. Vinton, who will ting
iota, "Too Beantifnl Gardaa of Pray
er". Evening worship 8 o'clock: subject:
Peter's Grtat Confession" by Bev. Mln-
ton, who is preaching daring the pas
tor s absence at the ran oral assembly.
Yonng People's meeting 6:4 o'clock. At
Sunday school hour, the Freiien children,
will sing a special song.
TIEST CHTJECH 07 CH1I8T,
Chemeketa A Liberty streets. Sunday
services at 11 a. nv and 8 p. n. Subject,
"Uod the Preserver of Han." Sunday
School at 9:45 and 11 a. as. Testimony
meetinr Wednesday at 8 p. as. Reading
room at 406 Masonic Temple open from
11 to 5:30 except Sundays and holidays.
F&EE METHODIST CHXTKCH
Market N. Winter Sts. J. B. Stew
art, pastor. Sunday School 0:45 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock. - Evening
worship S o'clock; sermon by Evangelist
K. W. Winn of Sooth Haven; Minn.
Yonng People's meeting 7 o'clock; sub
ject Education. Leader: Fleet Satter.
TIBST GERMAN BAPTIST
N. Cottage I) Sts. O. W. Ratseh, min
ister. S. School 0:45 a. m. Sam Srhirman,
8upt. Horning service 11 o'clock. Rev.
O. Schonke will bring the message. Choir
sonr. Women's -Missionary society meets
at the church at-2:30 p. m. The annual
Children's Day program will be given st
8 p. m. Regular mid-week prayer service
at 8 p. m. Wednesday.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Church school at 9:40 a. m. Mrs. W.
A. Barkus, Sunt. This will be Children's
Day program during the assembly period
at 10:20 o'clock. Preaching services at
10:50 a. m. and 8 o clock 9. m. B. X.
U.'s at 7 p. m. The seniors are planning
for a reception for those returning from
college from to 7 o'clock. A. M. "When
God Goee Out to Sow". Anthem: "Praise
Ee Thine" br Mendelssohn arranged hy
Wilson. P. M. "The World Drama". Two
piano, aeeordfon numbers by Geo. fleie
man. Anthera: "Come Thorn Almighty
Kins" bv Petrie. This week: Monday:
W. W. O. pienic. Tuesday: Loyalty class
nirnie. Wednesday: Prayer service at B
o'eloek. Thursday: Choir rehearsal at
7:45 o'clock. Friday: Missionary meet
ing at the home of Mrs. W. A. Barkus.
1115 No. Winter street. Mrs. w. r. ros
ter in charge of program. W. Earl CoeV
Winter and Chemekta streets. Grover
C. Birtehet. pastor. 9:30 a. m. Church
School directed by Mr. L. M. Ramsge
Snr.t. 11:00 A. M. Morning worship. Ser
mon: "Christian Development". Anthera
hv the choir snd mecial numbers on the
orgtn. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor
societies'. 7:30 n. m. Fvening service,
"Without Christ" is the subject of -the
pastor s sermon. Congregational singing
of "Spiritual Life Songs ' led hy the
CITY GOSPEL MISSIOH
Service now conducted in the tent on
JJorth Commercial across from Marion
Square. Evangelistic meetings every night
exc.'Tit Slnridav at 7:45. Young reopie s
meeting Saturday night at 7:45. Sunday
school at 1:45 p. m. Preaching at 3 p. m.
Evangelistic serice at 7:45 p. m. Evans.
.Tohi W. Broirn is conducting these serv
CirSIST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
1 th scd State Sts.. Rev. Amos JS.
Minncman, A. M.. pastor, (iennan serv
ces 9:45 a. m. Subject: 'Humble xoux
selves Under the Mighty Hand of a Lov-
nl snd Just God . Knelish services 11
ti. Sur.jeet: "Your Adversary, tne
Devil Goeth Ahont as a Roarine" Lion.
Seeking Whom He Msy Devour . Sunday
Sch lol 9:40 a. m. Mrs. Amos E. Minne-
man, Rnpt. Iuther League 7 p. m. Martha
Bat erman, leader.
Cnter and Liherty Sts. J. R. S;mond.i,
astor. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Mom
Tir worship 11 o'clock: subject: "Such
As I Have".
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Marion and North Liberty Sts. Britton
Rnai:. minister. Bible school 9:4d. Fred
BnxT, Supt. The Bible school ' Children's
Day program at this hour. Morning wor-
hin at 11 o clock, sermon lhe Lnm-
ian's Vision" 7 o'clock. Jr. and Sd. B.
V. T7. will meet. Prayer meeting at 7,
45 Orean Prelude Miss Miller, onan
t. 8 t. m. Evening service. Sermon The
Millennium Or the Golden Age". Special
mnsie by the male and mixed chorus at
both services. The ordinance of Baptism
will be administered at the close of the
ever ing service.
Will continue their services during
June in the Xelson hall 381 Chemeketa
street with a circle from 5:30 to .7:30,
after a short song service the lecture at
8 p. m. Tha topic for June 12 will be
'Spiritualism Whence and Whither
Mary Schwedel. pastor.
WEST SALEM ,
Mornir.r sermon at Summit at 9:45 a
m., followed by the bunday scnool a
10:45. Subject of the morning discourse
Life. Through Hn- Name." The Snnda
school at the Ford Memorial church a
8:45 a. m., followed by the morning aer-
mon at 11 a. m. Epworth League at 7 p.
m. The evening sermon at 8 p. m., on
The Pace That Kills".
FIE ST EVANGELICAL CHTTECH
Marion and Summer streets. Dr. E. W.
Petticord, minister. Services Sunday,
June 12. as follows: Bible school 9:45
m. Morning worship 11 a. m. Dr. C
Poling will preach. Subject, "The Man
With a Vision". 8 p. m. Evening wor
ship. The Sunday school will give the
Children's program in the interest of
missions. Christian Endeavor will hold
their session at 7 D. m. Subject : Get
ting the most out of our leisure time".
Leader. -Lee Kudin. Midweek service
Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Leader, Q.
K. Stover. The newly elected pastor win
preach next Sunday.
COURT ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Court street at Seventeenth. Hugh N.
McCallum, pastor. It is Children's day in
the Bible school, with a special program
at 9:45. Morning sorviee at 11, "Rearine
Children . Special dnet by Clarence ana
Chester Fatt. Christian Endeavor socie
ties, at 7 p. m. Evangelistic service at 8
. m.. when the Oospel male quartette
will sing. Sermon theme: "A Treasurer
Finds a Treasure". Mid-Week service on
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Corner Haxel and Academy afreets.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Lesson: Ruth
3. Caps. O. L. Hall will preach at U
o'clock and Bro. C. D. Saucy at 7:30 p.
m. Mid-week prayer and testimony meet
ing Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
TENT MEETING '
elnr enn ducted bv E. K. Bailer in
Prace Oospel Tent. So. Commercial and
Oaks street. Meetings strictly orthodox.
6onday afternoon at S there will be an
address an "Pentecost. What about it!"
Sunday evening is "The Two Destinies''.
Meetings nightly except Saturday at 8.
Hirhland Friends. Corner Highland
and Church streets. Edgar P. Sims, pas
tor. No services on Sunrtay on account oi
the Yearly meeting of Friends now in
session at Newberg. Oregon, ins regular
Mid-week Prayer meeting on Thursday,
June 16, at 8 p. m.
WENT ECO ST AL ASSEMBLY
420 State street over Man's shop. Sun
day school 10 a. m. Evangelistic service
7:45. .Meetings Tuesday, Thursday and
ALLIANCE GOSPEL TABERNACLE
635 Ferry street. W. H. Caldwell, pas
tor. Phone 8693. Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. Mrs. Gilbert White, Supt. Morning
worship at 11 a. m. Communion service
following. Fvening Evanrelistic service at
7:45 n. m. Subject "God'a Sealed Ones".
Prayer meetings Tueaday and Friday
eveninrs at 7:45. Toung People'a night
Thursday at 7:45. Servica at BeTlesTja
church on Sunday at 11 a. at. Sunday
school at Hair a Ferry school house an
Sunday .at 8 p. as.
XT. JOHN'S LUTHERAN
Hissouri Synod, comer 16th and1 A
streets. Rev. H. W. Gross, pastor. English
nervice at 9:45. German services with
Holv communion at 11 o clock. Prepare
tory service at 10:45: Sunday school at 9
o'clock. IVu. O'Neill, superintendent.
Sunday school pienic Sunday afternoon
in Wendland t grove.
TURNER CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Ell more J. Gilstrap, pastor. Bjble
school 10 a. ss. Communion ll'a. mv. A
the moraing church wori)ilp tour. Chris
tian Endeavor Cowsee ration prayer meet
lag 7 p. si. This will he a special rally
planning the summer work. Tha pastor's
evening sermon abject la "The Influ
ence at Vision Upon Ufa", There will ba
REFORMED CHURCH .
Corner Caaitol and Marion streets. W.
J. Lien k semper, pastor. Sunday school
10 a. m. W. K. Krase, Supt. German serv
ices 10 a. m. Subject: "Tha Conditio
of Fruitful Activity." English services
It o'eloek. Children s Bay exercises. Spe
cial music by choir ud mala quartet.
LABISH CENTER Church school 10
m. W. A. Starker. Supt. Worship at 11.
Subject "Gifts for Building". Q. E. at
.7 p. m., topic "(-retting tha Most Oat of
Oar Leisure Time". Mid-week aervico
Thursday at 8 p. .
. CLEAR LAKE Church school 10 a.
nV W. P. Collard, 6upt. Jr. E. L. C. E. at
11. Intermediate E. L. C. K. at 7 t. m
Evening worship following: Subject "Tha
commandment of Love . Bible study
Tnecday at 8 p. as. W. M. S. Thursday 2
MIDDLE GROVE Church school 10 a.
ns. T. P. Walker, Supt. Jr. E. L C E? at
7 p. m. Mid-week devotions Wed. 8 p. as.
W. M. S. Wednesday 2 p. m.
H. B. SCH EC hi KM AN. Pastor.
1181 Union St., Salem.
ST. VINCENT BeFAUX.
Highland and Myrtle avenue. Rev.
Theo. V. Kecnan, pastor. Phone 6511.
Sunday masses or 7 and 9:30 o'eloek.
Week-day services at 8:15 o'clock.
Thirteenth and Perrv street. C. Q.
Weston, pastor. Sunday school 1:45 R.m.
R. C. Ferguson, Supt. Church aervico at
a p. m. tvaagelistic service at 7 :4s p.m.
Special music in each service. Tuesday
evening Bible study at 7:45 p. m. Wed
nesday afternoon prayer meeting at 2:30
o'clock. Fellowship and Prayer service
7:45 p. ra. Thursday. Yonng People's
service at 7:45 p. m. Saturday.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
B. Earle Parker, minister. Stat and
Church streets. 9:45 a. m. Church school.
11 a. m. Moraine worshin. Willamette
Baccalaureate address by Dr. Carl Gregg
Doney. 6:30 Young People's Forum. 7
High school Epworth League. 8 p. m. Fi
nal aervico by Willamette Christian asso
ciations. Dorothy Rose and Eugene Smith
in charge. Address by Rev. H. C. Stover.
Solo by Elizabeth Ogden.
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH
19th and Breyman streets. Sundav
school 9:45. Albert Page, Supt. Sermon
10:40, two B. Y. P. U.'s. 7 i. m. Evenir.
worship 8 o'eloek. Children's day pro
gram will be held in place of the Sunday
school, llev. J. H. Briscoe will bring the
messages of the day. Special music. Prav-
r meeting Thursday 7:30.
North Cottaee and Chemeketa streets.
Rev. Fred Alban Weil, minister. Church
service at 11 a. m. Sermon: "Am I Mv
Brother's Keeper!" Organist, Mrs. Walt
er A. Denton.
ENGLEWOOD UNITED BRETHREN
Cor. N. 17th and Nebraska streets. Rev.
R. V. Wilson, pastor. Sunday school 9:45
m. Morning worship 11 o'clock; sab
lect: "Be Still and Know". Anthem:
"Let the Heavea Be Glad" by Wilson.
Evening worship 8 o'clock; subject: "Re
spectability and Sin". Yonng People's
meeting 7 o'clock; subject "t-etting the
most out of our leisure time". Leader,
Mrs. Shepherd, sponsor.
19th and Ferry streets. H. C. Stover,
minister. Morning worship st 11. Sermon
"Safely Through Another Week". San
day school at 10 a. m. C. C. Harris, su
perintendent. No evening service.
LESLIE MEMORIAL CHURCH
8outh Commercial street at Myers. 8.
Darlow Johncon. pastor, 348 E. Myer St.,
phone 9687. Morning worship at 11
o'clock. Topic, "The Bishops View Pro
hibition." Anthem. "Son of My Soul"
(Heyser)". Solo by A. M. Hammer. Happy
Evening Hour Service begins at 8 p. m.
under the leadership of C. S. Orwig. The
junior choir will sing "Sweeter as the
Years Go By," and a quartet number will
be sung by Pauline Livesay, Carla Wil
liams, Carl Mason and Alfred French. Ser
mon by the pastor. Church School at
9:45 a. m. Stearns Cashing, Supt. Two
Leagues at 7 p. m. Leslie Learue in Live
Wire room. Asbury League in Leslie hall
led by Esther Homing. Mid-week prayer
and study hour Thursday evening at 7:30.
High and Center streets. D. J. Howe,
pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn
ing worship 11 o'clock; subject: "Mag
nifying Our Task'', tha pastor preaching.
Special mutie at each service. Evening
worship 8 o clock; Children a Day pro
gram given by the Toung People'a meet
ing 7 o'clock; Departments of the Bible
school. Mid-week service prayer and bi
ble study Wednesday 7:30 p. ns.
ST. PAUL'S CHTTECH
Church and Chemeketa streets. Rev.
Geo. H. Swift, rector. Holy Communion
7:30 a. m. Morning prayer, confirmation,
and sermon by Bishop Sumner at 10 a.
m. Services during June, July and Au
gust 10 a. m.
Church street between Chemeketa and
Center. Rev. P. W. Eriksen. pastor. 11
m. What Characterises That Far Off
Country f Special music: Anthem. Solo by
Mrs. M. M. Trindle. Sunday school at
9:45, A. A. Krueger, Supt. Luther league
picnic in afternoon. Church Council wij
meet luesday evening a p. m. ctiurca
JASON LEE MEMORIAL M. E.
Winter and Jefferson streets, Hugh B.
Fooke. Jr.. minister. Children's Day Sun
day. Services of promotion in the various
departments at 9:4a a. m. 10:45 a. m.
Combined Children's Day service of-the
ehureh and school, with the program giv
en by the young people. Each depart
ment will contribute recitations, songs
and exercises, and. a short drama written
and directed by Mrs. E. W. Cole, will be
presented by the juniors of tha Daily Va
cation Bible school. 8 p. m. Evening wor
ship service, sermon by tha pastor, "Pass
big Grades in God's School". Happy
singing of familiar hymns and fellowship.
7 p. m. Three young people'a groups.
JEFFERSON, June 10 Chil
dren's Day will be observed by the
churches in Jefferson with appro
priate programs. At the Methodist
church the following program will
be given at 11 o'clock: Prelude;
song, Junior choir; responsive
reading. Dr. J. O. Van Winkle and
the adult class; Invocation solo.
Mrs. T. H. Downs; male quartet;
song, primary, department; special
song, Junior choir; exercise, in
termediate boys; male quartet;
musical reading, Geraldlne Davis;
exercise. Intermediates; song, Jun
ior ehoir; male quartet; benedic
tion. The program at the Evangelical
church will be given Sunday night,
and includes the following num
bers: song, choir; scripture; pray
er; welcome, Barbara Weddle;
recitation. Mary Wilson; song.
Edith Wilson; exercise, primary
department;, recitation,. Marjorie
Weddle; eoag, ehoir; recitation.
Gladys Oakley; recitation, Fran
ce Weddle; song, juniors; dia
logue, Beulah Wilson . and Flor
ence Uening; piano solo, Shirley
Jones; recitation, Virgil Wilson;
recitation, Elsie Doughty; song,
choir; reading, Rosalie Pnllea;
exercise, juniors; song, Florence
Uening and Mary Jane Phund;
reading. Helen Klhs; song, choir;
DAY FOR CHILDREN
NEWBERQ, June 10 Oregon
Yearly meeting of the Friends
church. In its 40th annual session
here, put Itself squarely behind
the 18th amendment and the Vol
stead Act Thursday by the unan
imous passage of the following ac
tion: "Oregon Yearly meeting o!
Priends, with over $000 members
in Oregon. Idaho and Washington,
views with' extreme concern and
disapproval the etfots toward the
repeal of the Eighteenth amend
ment and supporting legislation.
Recognixing the evils that exist
today through disobedience to law
and failure of perfect enforce
ment, we recall that laws for the
Control of the liquor traffic have
always been largely defied and
disobeyed, and have in many plac
es ' been inadequately enforced,
and sometimes disregarded by of
ficers of the law. The evils of the
present situation are not due to
prohibition but to the same law
lessness which has always been
associated with the liquor traffic.
"We urge the president of the
United States and his cabinet, our
representatives In the house of
representatives and the senate of
the United States, and our political
representatives, to stand true to
our ideals of law enforcement, and
to resist all efforts for the repeal
of the Eighteenth amendment and
its supporting legislation."
Vigorous resolutions were also
adopted calling on the member
ship of the Yearly Meeting resid
ing 'in Oregon as well as all
friends of good government, to
rally to the support of Oregon's
Bone Dry Law and promote the
defeat of the efforts of its repeal.
TURNER. June 10 The fol
lowing Children's day program
will be given Sunday morning at
the Christian church here:
Song "Jesus Loves Me"; com
munion song "Stepping In the
Light"; communion, collection,
announcements; recitation, Gert
rude Cook; recitation, Eloise Fow
ler; object talk. Velma Brittell;
recitation. Blossom Bates; play
and drill by the primary and cra
dle roll; recitation, Patsy Bowers;
promotion service, conducted by
Dr. Epley and Mrs. Gil? trap; duet
"Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead
Us", Louis and Kenneth Fowler;
and benediction by the pastor.
St. Paul's church is to have a
special visit from Bishop Sumner
Sunday morning. He will confirm
candidates presented by the rec
tor, the Rev. George H. Swift, and
deliver the sermon. The aervices
in St. Paul's church are held at
10 a. m. during June, July and
Miss Loretta Varley
A Jolly evening was that which
complimented Miss Loretta Var
ley on the occasion of her birth
day Thursday night. Mrs. Alfred
L. Coote of Silverton and Mrs. R.
H. Varley were Joint hostesses for
the affair which was a surprise.
An informal evening was fol
lowed by an attractive luncheon.
Guests complimenting Miss Varley
included Miss Irene Breithaupt.
Miss Dorothy Taylor. Mr. and Mrs.
Harmon Garrett, Mr. andn Mrs.
R. C. Magee and Mr. and Mrs.
R. H. Varley.
Friday afternoon Miss Varley
entertained with an informal tea
at which time a group of Willam
ette university students called and
renewed old acquaintances.
The party was enjoyed in the
gardens of the Varley home.
Guests included Miss Esther
Lisle, Miss Gladys Taylor, Miss
Dorothy Taylor, Miss Malda Cald
well, Miss Margaret Hogg and
GARDEN TEA 5
Garden Tea is
one of the attractive parties
planned for the week ahead Is the
garden tea with which the mem
bers of the MTCormick class of the
First Methodist church will com
pliment the Yomarco of ass mem
bers Tuesday at the rural home of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Acton.
Hours for the tea are from 2:30
to 5 o'clock. The gardens of the
Acton home will be a colorful and
fitting background for the Infor
A urogram is being planned by
Mrs. Ralph Kletslng and will In
clude a pantomime, reading and
special- musical numbers. Mrs.
Harold McMillan has charge or
the tea plans.
Cross Country Ride
A rronn from the Salem riding
academy will take advantage of
the summer mornings and enjoy
a cress-country ride Sunday morn
ing. They will leave the stables at
8:30 o'clock and ride an indef
inite length of time. They will be
accompanied by John Newman,
The group which will nae in
cludes Mr. and Mrs. George Al
lan, Mrs. John Hunt, Miss Kath
leen Engel. Miss Esther TlDDeti,
Miss Anna Karat. . Miss Pauline
Monarch. Miss Minn Ott, Miss Nan
Putnam, Russell Woodry and
Clayton Toung. -
Mrs Com Hendry presented a
group of. her piano students Tues
day night as tne nrsi uapusi
church. -.Those appearing on the
program included Eunice Johnson.
Ellen : Robins,' Vernon Johnson.
Juanita, Kllnger, Courtney Jones,
Virgil Sebern, Jewell Turner,
Joyce Lively, Elsie Sebern, Helen
Hartman, Lorraine Sum, and Lil
i Han Parsons.
, The approaching wedding of
Miss Hester Davis to Robert Cos
grove of Pasadena, CaLi Jane H
is inspiring some of the most out
standingly beautiful parties of any
social event In some months.
The marriage date was made
known at a brilliant tea last Sat
urday afternoon at the -home 'of
Mrs. Percy Kelley.
This afternoon a smart bridge
luncheon with covers placed for
24 guests will be given by Mrs.
Milton Meyers "at her home on
Court street. -
Tuesday Mrs. Harris Lietz and
Miss Eloise Wright will he hosti
esses for an evening bridge affair
complimenting Miss Davis.
Miss Mary Cupper will enter
tain with an evening of bridge at
her home this coming weekend
and Mrs. Jack Porter will enter
tain with a bridge luncheon at
the home of her mother, Mrs. W.
Al Jones, at Jonesmere country
The following week is also al
ready taking shape with plans-for
Very Busy One
One of the busiest weekends of
the university year will be this
one at which time graduation
program is in full advance. The
seniors-will breakfast at 7:30
o'clock this morning on the
green sward in front of the gym
nasium. Tables will be covered with
white cloths and white roses and
bine delphiniums will be used to
center them. Miss Maxlne Ulrica,
vice president of the class, Is in
general charge. Covers have been
placed for about 100 guests.
Saturday night at 6:10 the
alumni banquet will be served In
the gymnasium. At this time Burt
Brown Barker will be the main
speaker. He attended Willamette
academy. Miss Faye Sparks and
Lestle Sparks are in charge of
Sunday morning alumnae
breakfasts will be served in each
of the sorority homes.- Sunday
afternoon at S o'clock Daleth
Teth Gimel will entertain with a
senior alumnae tea at Lausanne
These are the larger things
which will precede the graduation
exercises Monaay morning at me
old "First Church."
Miss Frances Huston who will
leave soon for Albany and then
for Walla Walla, Wash., and Miss
Ellen Hemenway whose engage
ment to Edward Roth has recently
been announced were the inspira-
tion for a pretty dinner in the
banquet hall of the Marion hotel
Covers were placed for the hon-
or guests and for Miss Iri9 Jor -
gensen. Miss Yvonne Smith, Miss
Josephine McGilchrist, Miss Doro-
thy White, Miss Kathryn Corey.
Miss Margaret Wagner, Miss Vlr-
ginia Holt, Miss Kathryn Lough-
ridge. Miss Ruthlta Hoffnell. Miss
Margaret Wagner, Miss Marie
Bones. Miss Allda Olsen. Miss
Mura Belt, Miss Doris Drager, and
Miss Margaret Drager.
Will Leave Soon
Among visitors in Salem this
past few weeks have been Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Coffey, nee Kather-
hie Gearin of Santa Cms, Cal.
They have been visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Gearin, parents of
Mrs. Coffey and with Mrs. John
COffey, mother of Mr. Coffey as
well as with their many friends.
They plan to leave for their Cali
fornia home Mondav.
Mrs. Coffey has been the in
spiration for several attractive
affairs among which was the
evening of bridge Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. John Coffey
wnn iuibs nonora neiay ana miss
Margaret Davidson as hostesses.
Last weekend a motor trip to
Seattle was enjoyed by Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Coffey, Mrs. John
( errey and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Loyal Women's Class
Meets For Session
The Loyal Women's class met
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. H. A. Keene for their nnaay. a. wegner roasi was en
monthlw hnin mwtirr After Joyed at the open fire place and
a short business session i pro-
f ram was given Dy miss Barbara
Yonnar and Helen Rs Tj in-
eluding both vocal and instrumen-
tal selections. Refreshments and
a social time followed. Sneeial
guests for the afternoon were
Mrs. May Patton, Mrs. Haberly
and daughter Miss Mildred Ha
berly. Hostesses were Mrs. Keene I
Lee, Doane Hanson, Ryan Arm-!
priest, Carlton Lunger.
Others present were Mesdames
Mauk, McDonald, Moore, Osborn,
Townsend, Radcliffe, Cornette,.
Reid, Crabtree, Headriclu. Hart,
Miss Ilene, Miss Martha Morten-
son, Helen Rose Lee and Barbara
Mr. and Mrs. John Marr, jr..
entertained Wednesday night at
their home with a delightfully In
formal evening In compliment to
their 13th wedding anniversary.
At the close of the happy even
ing refreshments were served with
an elaborate wedding cake as the
niece de resistance.
Guests for the Informal affair
included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Acton.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott. Dr. and
Mrs, George Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Golden. Mr. and Mrs. James
Taylor. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Klet-
ilng, Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Lausch,
and Mr. and Mrs. Marr.
News and Club
Olive M. Doak.
Saturday, June 11
Spiritualistic circle, Saturday, June 11, t p. m. at
home of George Stoddard, 1420 North Fourth street.
Mrs. Mary Schwedel of Portland will be present. Every
Miss Elma Weller
Will Present Pupils
A v program or interest will be
the recital given by the beginning
and advanced students or Miss El
ma Weller at her studio on North
Liberty street, Tuesday night at 8
Two young students will gradu
ate from a four year Dunning
course at the end of three years
and will be presented with pins
and certificate. Their work is a
promise of unusual interest.
Demonstration Dunning work
will be presented as wrll as piano
work of the regular recital style.
' The program Includes:
Dunning Gay nor 1 Class Song. .
We are a Merry Children's Band
Folksong-2' Solo. .
Mind Your Mother
Jenkins-2 Solo. Bird In the Woods
,. ..Walts of the Manikins
I Keyboard Transposition
Gordon Marriott - Kay McGuIre
Hatch 4 Solo Triplet Waits
Schafer 4 Solo
Three Little Chickens
5 Solo March of the PLxes
Steinhelmer 5 Solo
On the Deep Sea
Melody, Melody Ring
S .Facts In the Mfe of Weber
Gaynor 2 Duet (two pianos)..
Mabel McGuire - Elma Weller
Franke 10-Solo Boat Song
Hatch 10 Solo . .Chromatic Waltz
11 Song . Tonic Chord
Kay McGuire, Elaine Murray
Durant 12 Solo.. Waltz in E Flat
Steabog 13 Duet (two piano) . .
On the Green
Bernice Elgin. Dolores Parker
Thompson 14 Solo. Witches Dance
Thompson 14 Solo Serenade
Thompson 14 Solo Hungarian
Jcnkins. .Memories of a Carnival
15 Facts In the life of
1C (a) Cadences, Plagel,
Played and written by
Bernice Elgin - Dorothy Barham
Clementi 17 Duet (two piano) .
tina-Allegro, Adagio, Presto i
Maxine Holt, Elma Weller
Grieg 17 Solo. . Watchmans Song
Grieg Norwegian Melody
Poldinnl Dancing D11
1 Dana 18 Solo Fairy Walts
Crawford 18 Solo. Arpeggio Waltz
Clement! 19 Duet (two pianos)
I Una Allegro-Andante Vivace
Dorothy Barham, Elma Weller
Cadman 19 Solo. .Alabama Cabin
Barbour 10 Solo
.... Wooden Shoe Dance
20 Song Rhyths
1 Quadruple Rhythm Umbrellas
2 Sextuple Rhythm Moonboats
4 Duple Rhythm Teakettles
21 Presentation of Pins and
Beethoven 2 2 Duet (two pian
os) Turkish March
Naida Carroll. Elma Weller
Johnson 23 Solo
..Hark! Vesper Bells
Morrison 23 Solo Meditation
Beethoven 24 Duet (two pian
Dorothy Dallberg, Elma Weller
Crawford 25 Solo. .. .Speed Boat
Mendelssohn 26 Solo. Spring Song ,
Chopin 26 Solo Walts D flat
Brahams 26 Solo Waltz V flat
Eggeling 27 Quartet
Lorna Barham. Ruth Armpriest
Alice Barham. Janice Murrav
Miss Marguerite Smith enter
tained with auhappy evening party
in the garden of her home Thurs
day night. The affair was in com-
PH""t to June Johnson and her
th birthday cake was cut with
plimented guest, June Johnson,
nd Bett7 Baker, Betty Parker,
I Betty -Utter. Jean Marshall, and
I Marguerite bmttn.
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Salem Golf Club
Today Salem Golf club will cel
ebrate its third 'anniversary with
an afternoon of golf on the splen
did course on the River road and
in the evening beginning at
o'clock a picnic with each member
and family bringing its own pic
The picnic dinner will be en
Joyed outdoors and members and
families and special guests are in
vited to attend. There will be no
tournament play. Ercel Kay and
Graham Sharkey ara-a- general
charge of arrangements.
Special J J
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Caps, Sandals. Belts, 'Slacks, Jackets,
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Jantzen Swim Suits. v
Mrs. W. S, Levehs
Is Dinner -
Aa attractive dinner party was
that given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Levens Thursday sight.
Dinner was served at 7 o'clock at
a taale made attractive with whit
tapers In crystal holders, tea roses
and columbine In pastel shades.
The guest list Included Judge
and Mrs. John Rand, Judge and
Mrs. Henry Bean, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Devera. Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Moore,' Attorney General L If.
Van Winkle, Mrs. T. A. McBride,
Mr. and Mrs. R. D Woodrow and
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Levens.'
The exocntive board of the Sa
lem MacDowell club met at the
home of Miss Lena Belle Tartar
to work out some program plans
for this next season Friday night.
Present were the president, Mrs.
W. S. Levens. Mrs, Walter Den
ton. Mrs. S. W. Starr, Mrs. O. D.
Adams, and Miss Mary Cupper.
Children's Day program will he give at