The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 11, 1932, Page 8, Image 8

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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon; Friday Morning November 11, 1932 .
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jKTh Church Record
Tl writer now takes op a cur
torrfWeYiew bt the historical first
recoitt book of the church; : - -Ffom
the first page ot the book.
headU "Minutes of, Session and
Cnufti Record:'. "At a meeting
confined for the purpose of, tak
. in j fto consideration the propria
-: ty oorganizlng a Congregational
church, held at the Central school
: houV Salem; Oregon, on Satur
daylhe 10th day ot July, A. D.
- 185 ; the following named; per
v sons were present: v '
:hi "ItN. Gilbert of the Congrega
f : tlonip church of Oregon' City,; Al-
bertfUI. Tellews of the Congrega
' tlonlll church of Oregon City Mrs.
s Marietta Gilbert. IdU E. church,
r, Baleen; Mrs. L. L: Williams, Pres-
" p. lytKian. Findlay, Ohio.
: 4sfter consultation and prayer
; ;, for khe dlrine blessing, and re-
; inariji by- Rer. G- W. Goodell, it
; wash !-' -
, resolTed, That we now pro
ceed to organise ourselves into a
ehafia of 'Jesus Christ, to main
tain His worship and ordinances,
andvfO be called the First Congre-
gatitAial enure h ot Salem.
. "le following articles of faith
jprenant were adopted." (This
taent covers oyer four pages
record book;) (Note, later
jfcrrection of date to July 4,
: . . .
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. TF next entry follows:. "The
church 'held a meeting for busi
ness fter the preparatory lecture,
en Saturday, April 30 1853. at
whlty after due consideration it
was U r '
"Besolved ' to undertake the
erection of a church edifice this
aumuer, provided funds can be
proclired'hy subscription of suffi-
denf (amount for the purpose.
" "brother Brooks, Gilbert and
FU&rs offered large subscrip
tions! and Rev. O. Dickinson was
desiruated to circulate a paper for
subscriptions in Salem: and its vi-
dnltR
. "brothers Brooks.' Gilbert and
daughter relate their experience;
wheupen it was voted that they
be received as members of the
hurt&r on the coming Sabbath.
"Ji-thn.B.. Stowell and Nancy
Btowijtll also intimated their wish
(and
rata
. of t
en,
:im:
Society
Encinitis Club ,
Meets 3
fhm -tHnltU 1uW met Wed-
TkAmliiv liitht at the T. W. C. A.
and enjoyed a program of book
reviews presenxea ny iwrow
Franks and - Gertrude Chamberlain.
vMiss Marie Schindler was a
iiuHti ' riMt for the meeting.
and Mrs. Helen r Hamilton advi
sor, and Mrs. Elizabeth uauaner,
local Y. W. C. A. secretary were
also - guests.
umhr nrMnt included Ma
bel Currie, Ruth Stover, Esther
Rickey, Betty Elorsen, Anna re
t.r, 'Mnrifll Rata. Leila Park,
Helen Richardson, Bessie Tucker,
Dorothy Franks, Gertruae tnam
berlain. Alice Falk and Mildred
Judson.
Kingwood Members of the
Laurel Social Hour club met Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. Theodore
Bernard, at her home at Brush
College. Much routine business
was trfl ncart(l with Mrs. J. B.
Smith presiding. A committee
consisting of Mrs. MODiey aara.
Hall and "Mrs. Bernard was ap
pointed to arrange for Christmas
cheer from the elub to some needy
family. An unusual social period
was enjoyed when Mrs. Karl P.
Mobley offered for solution, data
on criminal cases each of which
contained an obscure clue.
Mrs. Bernard Benson will be
hostess Tuesday, Nov. 22 at her
home at 2224 North Liberty street
Salem, with Mrs. Mobley again in
charge of the social hour. -
A Jolly surprise party was that
which complimented Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Dencer at their attractive
rural home Tuesday evening when
to join by "letter on the following
day.
(Signed) "O. Dickinson. Mod
erator and Clerk."
: (Continued tomorrow.)
a group of close friends called un
expectedly for an evening of cards
and a social time. The wedding
anniversary ot the Deneers was
the Inspiration for the event. Mrs.
O. E. Maselwood and Lyle Rains
held winning score for cards.
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Contract Bridge Glub'
Is Entertained
A pretty 1 o'clock luncheon fol
lowed by an afternoon of contract
bridge complimented members of
their contract bridge club and a
few additional guests Wednesday
afternoon when Mrs. Fred Dun
can and Mrs. Gardner Knapp.wer
joint hostesses at the Duncan
home. .
Special guests were Mrs.. T.
Paulus, Mrs. George Reynolds,
Mrs. Luther Jensen, Mrs. Estill
Brunk and Mrs. Kenneth Waters.
Independence The topic of
study at the last Delphian pro
gram Monday was the Stories of
the Greeks.
Those who recited on ' various
subjects were: Mrs. H. O. Hanson,
Mrs. Hoag, Mrs. A. B. Robinson,
Mrs. Frances Saunders, Miss Ma
bel Riddell, Mrs. R. D. Elliott,
Mrs. O. D. Butler, Mrs. L. L Bur
sell. Mrs Ellen Davis sang vocal
solos accompanied by' Mrs. R. D.
Elliott, ot Monmouth.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Vinton Scott
entertained about 30 gnests at
their home Wednesday evening
with motion pictures of China
where they spent about 10 years
and from where they have only
recently returned. Chinese curios
were also an interesting feature
for the gnests.
Members of her club were the
guests of Mrs. L. P. Aldrich at the
Market Coffee shop for luncheon
and cards at her home Wednes
day afternoon. Mrs. A. J. Elliott
will be hostess to the group in a
fortnight.
Prof. Tillson" Guest
Artist in Portland
Prof." Edward W. Tillson was
presented as a guest artist by the
Allied Arts' club la Portland Wed
nesday night at the home et Dr.
and Mrs. Lester. T. Jones en Ar
lington Heights. ' '
. Prof. -Tillson played numbers by
Grieg, Strauss, Chopin and Schu
bert and won for himself unstint
ed praise from the audience, made
up of many prominent musicians
ot Portland.
A double trio from the Allied'
Arts club, assisted with a group of
songs. Following the program a
reception complimented Prof. Till
son, who was introduced to the
many guests as not only an artist
but also the director of the Allied
Arts club of Portland.
Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Miller were hosts at their home in
Salem Wednesday night compli
menting Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fisch
er, nee Valrae Williams. Those
present included Mr. and . Mrs.
Henry Tolves and daughter Max
lne, Mrs. L. E. Fischer, Irene
Fischer, Mrs. Fred L. Scott. Miss
Pearl Scott, Mrs. A. D. Williams,
Mrs. Glen Robertson and son Bil
ly, Mrs. Lola Foster, Mrs. E. R.
Fredricksen, Miss Florence Fred
rlcksen, Howard Musteen, Palmer
Williams and the hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Miller.
Jefferson The members ot the
Millersburg Wednesday Embroid
ery club were entertained at the
country home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
N. Barnes Saturday evening. Mrs.
Floyd Hilliker gave an Interesting
political reading.
Mrs. James E. Arnold and "Mrs.
Dale Arnold will be hostesses to
the next meeting Wednesday
night; November If.
Mrs. W. l. Staley was hostess
at her home for 11 tables of
bridge Thursday afternoon.'
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