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r The OREGON STATES11AN, Saknv Orr gcn Friday Mornlnr, Alarch "17,
Olive M. Doak, Society .Miter
Anniversaries Are v
A ranch enjoyed surprise event
wu that ot. Wednesday night
when members of Jason Lee choir
called at the H. R. McWhorter.
home following choir practice;
there to eelebrate the 73 d birth
day et Mr. McWhorter and the
15 th wedding annireraary of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Bigersstaff. Both
ot these anniversaries occur today.
An impromptu program was
given by Mark Wilbur, whistling
solo; Mrs. A. F. Christensen, pi
ano solo, and group singing led by
the choir director, Herman Clark.
Refreshments were terred
which had been 'arranged for by
Kd Ellis. About 24 guests were
present for the delightfully Infor
A celebration of Founder's day,
and the 41st anniversary ot the
Columbia Rirer branch ot the
Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety was the occasion of the meet
ing ot the Leslie Methodist church
group at the home ot Mrs. W. J.
Liafoot Wednesday - afternoon.
The district superintendent; Rer.
M. A. Marcy. led the deyotlons.
The district corresponding secre
tary, Mrs. R. A. Feenstra of Sher
idan, gave a talk on stewardship.
Mrs. A. S. Mulligan talked on the
history of Founder s day. Mrs.
Mason Bishop sang, accompanied
by; Mrs. S. Darlow Johnson. Tea
was serred by the hostess. Pres
ent were Rer. and Mrs. M. A.
Marcy and daughter, Rev. and
Mrs. 8. Darlow Johnson, Mrs. Em
ma Wheeldon, Mrs. H. C. Leaven
worth, Mrs. A. S. Mulligan, Mrs
R.' A. Feenstra ot Sheridan, Mrs.
Daisy Mclntyre, Mrs. B. E. Otjen,
Mrs. Sarah Lowry, Mrs. Alma Bar-
cus, Mrs. Jessie Bertleson, Mrs.
A. C. Bohrnstedt, Mrs. Mason
Bishop. Mrs. Olive French, Mrs
Adelaide Henderson, Mrs. Eliza
beth Ingry, Mrs. Flora McShane,
Mrs. Smiley, Mrs. Grubbe, Mrs.
Viola Burton, Mrs. Vicary, Mrs,
Mooney, Mrs. T. E. Meeks, Mrs,
Clark Will and daughter, Mrs.
Ash, Mrs. E. A. Rhoten, Mrs. J. W.
Ritchie, Mrs. Marguerite Rose-
man, Mrs. Fred Scott, Mrs. Anna
Sharp, Mrs. Alma Ulrlch, Mrs. An
ca Viek, Mrs. Anna Koorman,
Mrs. Ylcy Moorhead, Mrs. Mana
Conner, Mrs. Anna Garnjobst,
Mrs. 'Bertha Lucas, Mrs. Ruth
Laws, Mrs. Vernor Sackett, Miss
Jennie Darby, Mrs. C. T. Mcln
tyre, Miss vesta Mulligan, Miss
Nichols, Miss Pearl Scott and the
hostess, Mrs. W. J. Llnfoot.
The eleventh birthday of young
Robert Boatwrlght was observed
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. R.
E. Boatwrlght, his mother, with
an afternoon party. Games pro
ceeded a pretty tea hour. Miss La
JVerne Proctor and Mrs. Tom Doty
assisted Mrs. Boatwrlght. Guests
Included Bob Pitzer, Mervyn Hur
ley," Edward Boatwrlght, Eugene
Doyle, Charles Jackson, Allen,
Donald and Irene Boatwrlght.
Friday, March 17
Toung People's Forum. First Methodist church,
heme ot Miss Willa and Miss Barbara Ames, 1141 Mar
lon street; social evening
St. Patrick's tea by members of East Division of
First Presbyterian church, home of Dr. and Mrs. H. J.
Clements, 360 North 14th street; 2 to I o'clock; pro
gram planned; all friends invited to call.
Degree of Honor Protective association, Women's
Women of Calvary Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock
with Mrs. Earl Race, 1771 Market street.
St. Patrick's day tea. for all patriotic organiza
tions, Hal Hibbard auxiliary, hostesses in armory from
2 to S o'clock.
Sewing club of Business and- Prof esslonal Wom
en's club, potluck supper, at home of Miss Lois Ohmart,
with Mrs. Lillian Cadweli as assisting hostess. Each
bring own table service.
Woman's Alliance of Unitarian church, one o'clock
luncheon, Irish program in Emerson room of church.
Y. M. C. A., annual Irish program, in lobby of
T. M. C. A. 'building, 8 o'clock; open to public.
West Side Aid of Jason Lee church with Mrs. Fred
Prince, 1545 North Commercial street.
Saturday, March 18
A. A. U. W., one o'clock luncheon, Masonic temple;
George W. Hug to speak on "Crisis in Education"; art
exhibit; special music.
Woman's Relief corps, Miller's hall, 12 o'clock, pot
Marriage is Announced;
Old Timers Club Meets
Valley Church Social Groups Busy With
Gervais. "Church in Japan"
was the foreign topic for discus
sion at the Presbyterian Wom
en's Missionary society held at
the church Wednesday afternoon.
Articles were read by Mrs. Kath
erine Marshall, Mrs. Ella Harper
and Mrs. A. R. Siegmund. Mrs.
Alta Adams spoke briefly on the
gains being made by atheists in
New York and San Francisco.
During the devotional part of the
program Mrs. Adams .and Mrs.
Edna Brown sang "Watchman,
Tell Us of the Night," Mrs. A. B.
Adkisson accompanying. Mrs. Cla
ra Jones led the devotional and
business meetings. The society
planned an "antique" exhibit to
be held at the April meeting and
also a membership and attend
ance drive with Mrs. Brown and
Mrs. Adams as captains.
Independence Tne Golden
Rule class of intermediate girls
of the Baptist Sunday school had
a party Saturday night at the
home of Marie Edstrom. Those
who attended were: Marcella
Bush, Marie Edstrum, Genevieve
Bossuet, Marion Boyd, Mildred
Howard, Ada Wells, Helen Gee,
Mrs. K. A. Nelson.
The Crusaders are to have a
party in the church basement Fri
day night. The Regulars will also
have a party at the home of lone
Moore, Friday night.
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Woodburn. St. Mary's Episco
pal guild met with Mrs. Nona
Yergen at the George Miller home
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. H.
L. Gill presiding. Devotionala were
in charge of Mrs. Frank Wolfe.
Plans were made to hold a cooked
food and apron sale in April.
Four members, Mrs.' S. R. Kallak,
Mrs. Susan Livesley, Mrs. H. L.
Gill and Mrs. Frank Wolfe were
honored with gifts In remem
brance of their birthdays.
Independence. Mrs. Grace
Wlicox wa3 united in marriaze to
Robert Libka Tuesday night at
the Baptist parsonage. Rev. H. A.
Nelson oiilciating. Witnesses for
the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Carey. A single ring
ceremony was used.
Mrs. W. H. Byrd. Mrs. Alice
Fisher. Mrs. Ray M. Waltz. Mrs.
H. K. Stockwell, Mrs. Phil New
myer, Mrs. Burton Myers, Mrs.
Prince Byrd, Mrs. Vernon Doug
las, and Mrs. F. E. Brown motored
to F ortiand to attend the lunch
eon Wednesday for which the
Portland Medical Auxiliary enter
tained in compliment to the pres
ence of Dr. Morris Fishbein of
Chicago, editor of the Journal of
the American Medical association.
The women from the Salem Auxil
iary were amone those from manv
other auxiliary members of the
state to attend.
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The regular Drama Guild meet
ing of the First Methodist church
was preceded by a dinner party
in tne cnurcb parlors Wednesday
night. A delightful musical pro
gram incladed violin solos by Dal-
bert Jepsen, and vocal solos by
Ronald Craven accompanied by
Martin Anderson was presented.
After dinner heads of Guild study
groups presented the work which
various committees are accom
plishing. About 40 members and
guests were present for this
The benefit card party given by
the Knights of Pythias and Pyth
ian Sisters in the K. P. hall Wed
nesday evening was well attended
Wednesday night. Cards were In
play at sixteen tables. Winning
scores were held by Mrs. Fannie
Bard, Benjamin Farrow and El
mer Scheelar. Following the re
fresh meats hour dancing was en
joyed until midnight. The next
benefit card party will be March
Xh Thimble club of the
Neighbor of Woodcraft are en
tertaining at Fraternal temple
this afternoon between the hours
of 2 aad 4 o'clock with a bene
fit v card party. All Interested
friends are invited to omeaadJ
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Dun
lgan are receiving the congratu
lations of their many friends
npon the arrival of a daughter,
born March S. Mrs. Duntgaa was
I formerly Miss Helen Yarnell.
Lincoln The Jolly Old Timers
were entertained at the home of
Mrs. Anna Neiger of Lincoln Sun
day with a pot luck dinner and a
Bocial afternoon. Those present
were, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mann,
Mrs. Pearl Taylor, Mrs. r. ji
a, all of Salem. Mr. and Mrs.
waiter Rroff and children of
r.iatskanine. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdin
and Singer, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Focht, Mr. and Mrs. John Schind-
lAr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Himmei, airs
F. J. Woelk, all of Brush College,
Mr. an Mrs. J. D. Walling. Mr,
and Mrs. H. J. Neiger and daugh
ter Helen Neiger and the Hostess
Mrs. Anna Neiger of Lincoln,
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Wallace Road The St, Patrick
motif was used exclusively about
th ilnh rooms and in table dec
orations at the meeting of the
Willamette Lodge country cluD
Saturday night. Special guests
wr! Mr. and Mrs. C. Bernard of
Pics. Eleht tables of
hrldze were In play. Mrs. Bernard
having high score. Hostesses for
tha Arpnlnar were Mrs. Marie
citnt McCall and Mrs. W. C
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Aurora. The younger set en
invArt the hospitality ot Miss
Martha Bradtl when Bhe was host
ess recently io uumuci -classmates
of the Canby high
Chapter G Hears
Of Cottey Cottage"
Mrs. D. X. 'Beechler and Mrs.
LQlian Hagman entertained with
an attractive luncheon at the
Beechler home on Court street,
Thursday afternoon in compli
ment to members of Chapter O
of the P. K. O. Sisterhood. Daf
fodils were effectively used for a
Following the luncheon hour.
a program was given and at this
time Mrs. Jennie Huffman gave
an interesting report of the work
of the P. E. O. organization's
school, "Cottey Cottage."
Special guests were Mrs. Wolfe.
Miss Grey, Mrs. W. E. Kirk and
Mrs. F. A. Elliott.
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Mrs. Harry Lucas
A pleasant afternoon waa that
tor which Mrs. Harry Lucas was
hostess at her home Tuesday af
ternoon in compliment to her
birthday. Conversation was enjoy
ed over busy stitches pa a quilt.
At the tea hour Mrs. Lucas
served an attractive St. Patrick's
tea. Guests included Mrs. Rol-
land Rasmussen, Mrs. E. A. Rho
ten, Mrs. Meeks, Mrs. John Bel-
telson, Mrs. John Ulrich. Mrs.
Rodney Bucklin, Mrs, Cecil Coop
er, Mrs. Lydia Wilson, Mrs. A
Stripling. Mrs. Sam Rundlett. Mrs
Althea Pogue, Mrs. Alic Youle
and Mrs. J. L. Heidler.
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Members of the Past Noble
Grands club entertained for mem
bers ot the Odd Fellows lodge as a
surprise event following the regu
lar meeting of the two groups
Wednesday night at the I. O. O. F.
hall. The Rebekah string orches
tra led by Priscilla Meisinger pre
sented a group of numbers, com
munity singing, and impromptu
speeches all added to the enjoy
ment of the evening program. Re
freshments were serred at the
conclusion of the evening by Hel
en McLeod, Lenora Kreisel and
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The birthday of Andrew Hall
was observed by a- jolly party at
the Clyde Harris home Saturday
night with Mrs. Harris and Mrs
Ida Madsen as hostesses. Bridge
was in play at five tables with
Mrs. Andrew Hall and John Bates
holding high score at the end of
playing. An attractive luncheon
was served late in the evening
with birthday cakes a feature ot
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MrB. Vern Miller was an addi
tional guest for the attractively
appointed dessert luncheon tor
which Mrs. Kenneth Power was
hostess at her home Wednesday
afternoon. Bridge was in play fol
lowing the luncheon hour and
winning scores were held by Mrs.
Frank Deckebach, Jr., and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hartman are
expected to arrive In Salem some
time this weekend. They have
spent the winter months In Call
Boy Babies Take big Lead in
1933; Fewer Infant
Nearly SO. per eent more boys
than girls are being born in Mar
lon county this year, according to
Dr. Vernon A. Donglas report to
the health department executive
committee which met yesterday
afternoon. Ot the 69 births last
month, 44 were male and 25 fe
male, while tor January and Feb
ruary there were S3 male and 57
female babies born. A year ago of
124 births In this period SI were
boys and 43 girls.
The death rate la rising for
male persons. Ot 117 the first two
months ot 1933. 73 were male
and 44 female while the same
period in 1932 brought S3 male
and CO female deaths.
Infant deaths, which the health
department aims to reduce in
number, decreased this year from
to 3 in the two-month period.
Maternal deaths were the same,
one In. 1933 and one In January
and February 1932.
While there were nine deaths
due to automobile accidents Jan
uary and February ot last year,
this year there was but one. Oth
er eauses ot death this year have
been: Communicable diseases 19.
one less than laat year; cancer
seven, six less; diabetes one, un
changed; apoplexy 11, two more;
heart disease 33, four more; kid
ney disease 10, one more; acci
dents other than automobile four,
one less; other causes 31, two
The county court has made the
following disposition of a number
ot road matters:
Petition of F. H. Hadley and
others for road in district 14, dis
Continued petition of William
McGilchrist Jr. and others.
Issued order for viewing and
surveying in following petitions:
Oral D. Egan and others for road
in Bridge Creek area; A. G. Glatt
and others for road connecting
Woodburn-Hubbard and Boone's
Ferry routes; George J. Rostykus
and others, for road east of Sa
lem; on resolution of county court
for relocation of road in Ankeny
Joint Gathering:. H
Held Dy, Chamber
1 And Women's Club
INDEPENDENCE, March II
The chamber ot commerce and the
Women's club . met for a Joint
meeting Tuesday . night at the
Presbyterian church. The Wom
en's club presented a program
with Mrs. Elmer Bamhart in
charge, Mrs. George Cohrs gar
talk on the history ot Indepen
dence and Mrs. O. D. Butler told
of the founding ot the libraries of
Independence, Other numbers
were by Mrs. Alice Payne, assist
ed by Mrs. Maarie Mitchell, of
Monmouth, -Mrs. R. D. Elliot and
Miss Mary Donaldson gave two
The Women's club will sponsor
a silver tea at the library Tuesday
The Stitch' and Chatter dab
met' at the home ot Miss Blanche
Baker Wednesday. The club -was
formed two weeks ago at the
home of Mrs. Norman Baker. The
officers elected are: president.
Mrs. Norman Baker; secretary,
Helen Brers; scribe, Blanche Ba
ker. Present were Mrs. Norman
Baker, Irene Lane, Mrs. Fred
Marquis, Helen Byers and Blanche
Appraisals Reported George
A. - Rhoten, Hattie Bratzel and
Don E. Trindle have made re
ports on two estates for which
they are appraisers. In the
Charles H. Murray estate, valu
ation is set at 31012; and In the
Otto Nave estate, the appraisers
ST. PATRICK OAT
SEES CHURCH FETE
S1LVIRTON. March II One
ot the Interesting St. Patrick's Day
programs will bo given, at Trinity
church Friday night with John
Goplerud Jr. as chairman ot the
program committee. Included on
the program are . a playlet In
which Mr. Goplerud, Miss Luella
Forland, Clifford Eklund, Fran
ces Nelson, Althea Myer, Peggy
Poplerud, compose the cast, and
vocal duet ot Mrs. Martin Tingel-
stad aad her daughter, Helen dl
A ahadow social and supper
Elaborate plans are being made
for the St. Patrick's day party to
be held Friday night at St. Paul's
church. The party will be the sec
ond of this series of card par
ties. A musical program is being
prepared to take the place ot
dancing. Supper will also be serr
ed. Mrs. W. W. Stirber is in
charge of the program.
C. F. Whitman is
Buried in Family
Plot, Belle Pass!
WOODBURN, March II. The
last rites for C. F. Whitman, who
died at his home here Monday,
were held at the Masonic temple
Wednesday, Rev. Glenn 8. Har
tong officiating and the ritualistic
services ot the Masons witn Miss
Adams at the piano, wero con
ducted. ' J'. '-r
"Both the 1. O. O. F. and Masen
lodgea attended in A body. Two
solos wero swag by Peter Lnrien.
accompanied by his mother, Mrs,
O. Larsen. Interment at - Belle
Pass! cemetery In the family low
Chemeketans to -r
Trip on Sunday
The Chemeketan excursion to
Neskewln will leave the Jenny
Lind store at 7:39 o'clock Sun
day morning, going to the coast
by the Salmpn rirer cut-oft. Pre
parations are made for shelter at
noon. Each person will take his
or her own lunch. II weather
permits, a hike on the beach will
be a feature; if not, a drive to.
other points of interest Is slated.
The trail fee is 29 cent' and
transportation' 11.55. Return is
scheduled for early Sunday night,
says E. M. Hottnell, leader.
Carkin to Address
Ad Men, Merchants
John Carkin. member ot the
state tax commission, will be the
speaker at the Ad club luacbeon
Friday noon at the Marlon hotel.
He will discuss the tax laws pass
ed by the recent legislature, par
ticularly the new Income and
sales tax laws. Merchants and
others Interested are invited to
Word has been received from
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bogguss and
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Zelsdorf, all
of whom reside in Long Beach,
that they were not seriously dis
turbed by the recent earthquake.
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Mrs. Fred Prince win be host
ess to members of the West Side
Aid of Jason Lee church at her
home on North Commercial street
A Real Thrill for the Children
Monkeys, cubby bearsgiraffes, peter .fabbHi, 'neverything
oil the animals they read about in the story book-a thrill
ing place for the little folks to amuse themselves while being
fitted with their new Poll-Parrot shoes.. Bring them in.
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