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Society News and Club
OUVE 1L DoaK, Society Editor
At Pretty Dinner
PATCHWORK QUILT PATTERN
Bridge Benetit is! f
The-American Legion Auxiliary
Will entertain again this spring
prlth its -annual bridge benefit
which is anticipated as one of the
mart affairs of the spring sea
son. Mrs. King Bartlett ia general
chairman for the' arrangements
and Trill soon have 'plans ready
for announcement.' The date has
been set for May 15.'
The general plans for the affair
srere made at the Monday night
meeting of the Anxiliary.
Another plan announced Mon
day night was that the Auxiliary
will entertain the War Mothers
with an evening party May 15.
This will be in compliment to
Mother's day. Mrs. A. M. John
son is general chairman to work
out plans tor this and will be as-"
listed by Mrs. Christopher Butte.
Mrs. Henry Fournler, Mrs. Glenn
rorter. and Mrs. P. N. Waters.
A group of Salem Auxiliary
women will motor to Portland
Thursday to attend 'the luncheon
which Is being given by the Fort
land nnlt In compliment to Mrs.
6. Alford 1 Blackburn, national
president of the Auxiliary visiting
the west from her home in Ver
Those to motor down Include
Mrs. J. T." Delaney, Mrs. William
Watklns, Mrs. Albert Gragg, Mrs.
Pascal Tragllo, Mrs. f". N. Waters,
Mrs. A. N. Johnson, Mrs. Leif
Uergsrik, Mrs. Ted Knhn, Mrs.
Nota 'Henderson, Mrs. H. -R.
White, and Mrs. Mem Pearce.
The national championship trio
of Salem will also attend this
luncheon and will sing. The trio
includes Mrs. D. T. Bowe, Mrs.
Robert Wyatt, and Mrs. Walter
a a a
Ticket Sale Starts for
The ticket sale for the final
concert of the Salem Philharmon
ic symphony orchestra has begun
in earnest and much interest is
being expressed according to the
' sales committee.
Assisting the orchestra will be
the Willamette Philharmonic
choir which will leave later in
the spring for Chicago, where It
has been designated by Governor
Meier to represent Oregon In the
' Wednesday, May S
Leslie M. E. Ladles' Aid, 1 p. m., church parlors.
Women's Missionary societies ot First Congrega
tional and Knight Memorial churches at Knight Memor-
lal church in afternoon to. hear Dr. and Mrs. Franklin
Spring Valley Home Missionary with Mrs. Charles
Women's Foreign Missionary society ot Jason Lee
church at church parsonage, 860 Jefferson street; tea
Dakota club, V(. C. T. 17. hall, corner of Ferry and
Commercial streets; potluek supper at t:30 o'clock; all
former Dakotlans invited; special program for children.
Mrs. Ruth Sherman, 710 North 20th street, hostess
to Royal Neighbors Sewing club for all day meeting;
potluek luncheon at noon; bring own table service.
Willamette Auxiliary, No. 2031, Fraternal Order of
Eagles, Fraternal temple; election of officers.
Thursday, May U
Women's Missionary society of the First Christian
church, regular meeting church parlors.
Liberty Women's club at William Zosel home, pot
luck luncheon at 12 o'clock; last meeting of season.
Brush College Helpers, regular meeting at Triangle
Mrs. O. T. Seeley, hostess to Pringle Pleasant Point
Keizer Ladies' Aid, all day meeting with Mrs.
- Friday, May 5
Young Peoples' oratorical contest. Knight Memor
ial church, 19th and Trade streets, 7:30 p. m.
Card club of B. & P. W. with Miss Edith Burch and
Miss May Cleveland at Miss Cleveland's apartment, 241
Friday night lobby program In T. M. C. A., illustrat
ed talk by Miss Gwladys Bowen of Portland; t o'clock;
open to public.
Saturday, May 6
Regular meeting of Woman's Relief Corps, 2 o'clock
at Miller's hall.
Mrs. J. Lyman Steed and Mrs.
F. Grossing were hostesses Mon-
4w tka )imI trim tfc1
Formal Dinner toi9a,t ln comDiim,nt omen t
rffinnr Hnri Zi I V I time the engagement ot two of the
-artxr I manner.
V' I A large white bell was suspend-
I m a a Mm . m I
a .Vi.rmr n.t n&pi fn tt orer ino dinner toi ana irom
mir wtiioii ft KAmniimMtiA I streamers ran to each cover.
Miss Josephine Albert before her i corner w.. .
Tn.riH.r. n Pmn. Smnidinr mt I tiny scroll bearing the names of
. . o- - o I . i r n.ltf M . I
I will be the formal dinner for I ri i"r "u"
wTilMi Kin AlKnrt w11 fc linataaal rTmCT. SUd or Mrs. Dorothy
im.a,, -i, t mt.a. Graves Striplln and Floyd Ellis.
tel following practice for the wea-l """rAT J
iing ot Saturday night, mlniatu-e church with tiny brides
Members ot the bridal party ,inm I
111 V a . va I w vs,a aw my m j m eaavu etaav wmt- i
, J.l Iter of the white cloth also added
auair. nmaou are ar. ion nil. i..f. n .ffi..
Asel Eoff, Mr. and Mrs. Ournee .m n4 i.tf.
Flesher, Mr. and Mrs. Garlan mi.. c.in- i.
r. tx M m ml I r, - - uuw i
Diu.i,0u. r. mr. ""v In Sulphur, Oklahoma, has been a
Carter of Portland, Mr. and Mrs.
John Griffith, Mrs. Winsor Cal
kins, Miss Genevieve Thayer, Miss
Casilda Mayotorena, ot Los Ange
les, Miss Rosalind Van Winkle,
Miss Grace Jorgensen ot Portland,
Miss Martha Patterson of Bu-
teacher in the school here for sev-1
era! years. Mrs. Striplln whose
home is ln Talladega, Alabama,
has been here for the past two
No dates were announced tor
the marriages but it is expected J
V mmmmmmm ' ' '
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Hie Pinwhcel No. 401
By Laura, Wheeler
Old patchwork auilts show the
gene, jacs: Hinto. Lucien cobb or l tnat tny wiu g0metime ln the I ingenuity of the needlewoman
Medford, Ed Stadter, Bru M.i. ummr Both Vr. Frrnrlof the early nlnteenth century.
and Mr. Ellis are connected with both ln tneir quaint designs ana
a Salem business firm.
n Mai m
Spring Golf Pairings
Mrs. Fred Ritner, captain, has
announced the spring pairings for
spring handicap for the women of
the Salem Golf club. These in
Class A flight, Mrs. Curtis Cross
vs. Mrs. Guy Vincent Smith; Mrs.
R. H. Baldock vs. Mrs. O. C.
Locke;- Mrs. H. H. OUnger vs
Mrs. Ercel Kay; Mrs. A. DWood
mansee vs. Mrs. W. A. Johnson;
Mrs. Ed Gillingham vs. Miss Mol-
Th tfcket rnmm!ttiM Inelnd lie Schwabbauer; Mrs. J. H. Garn-
Mrs. Charles Sherman. Mrs. W. Joost vs. Mrs. Tea miner; Mrs
H. Lrtle Mrs. C. A. Kells. Mrs. Fred L. Bernardl vs
W. T. Jenks, Mrs. Leslie Spring
er, Mrs. Frank LUburn, Mrs. V.
E. McMechan, Mrs. T. A. Livesley
and Mrs. Henry Compton.
. v V JlLjp
Mrs. B. F.
Pound; Mrs. Ed Baker vs. Mrs.
Class B flight Mrs. Roy Byrd
vs. Mrs. A. S. Hussey; Mrs. A. L.
Skelley vs. Mrs. Bob Savage; Mrs.
Alton Hurley vs. Mr. J. T. De
laney; Mrs. Graham Sharkey vs.
Mrs. Van Sellar Welder; Mrs.
Kate Bell vs. Mrs. William M.
Hamilton; Mrs. Howard Hulsey
vs. Mrs. F. J. Gilbraith; Mrs. Har
ry Wledmer vs. Mrs. Prince Byrd;
Mrs. Russell Bonesteele vs. Mrs.
Mrs. G. S. Johnson
Mrs. L. D. Waterman entertain
ed with a luncheon Monday at 1
o'clock for Mrs. G. S. Johnston,
who will leave soon with Mr.
Johnston to make their home in
Covers were placed for Mrs.
Johnston, Mrs. C. A. Mulkey, Mrs.
Cordelia LaBare, Mrs. Bertha
Woodworth, Mrs. Ben White and
Mrs. Waterman, all of whom were
fnrtni TPfdr1nnt nf T.Tnna.
The afternoon was spent ln sew- Address Society
Spauldlng and Miss Albert.
Miss Albert will lesve for Seat
tle Friday night where she will
sing ln contest Saturday morning
ln the young artists division of
the district contest of the Feder
ated Musie clubs, and will return
early Saturday afternoon by air
plane. Miss Albert's appearance ln
Seattle Is the result of her win
ning the state contest conducted
ln Portland recently In connection
with the State Muslo Teachers as
sociation meeting held there.
Given at Meeting
Reports from the recent county
convention of the W. C. T. U.
were made at the regular meeting
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Beulah
Ratcliffe, Mrs. R. V. Wilson, Mrs.
Woodard, and Miss Luella Baker
gave this series of Interesting re
Mrs. Necla Buek discussed keeping with the idea. The teach- tlon ln June.
piaui ior raising iudui tor me
crusade celebration. Plans were
also discussed for future work ln
the Salem union.
It was announced that a sHver
medal contest will be an event of
Friday evening at 7: SO o'clock ln
the Knight Memorial church, lsth
and Trade streets.
names. The PINWHEEL Is one
ot the popular old patterns. It
has a feature that is only co
caslonally found In patchwork
quilts the blocks when Joined
form an interchanging design
with the plnwheel repeated ln
the background ln another color.
This design Is easy to make
because the pattern .includes com
plete simple instructions for cut
ting, sewing and finishing, yard
age chart, diagram ot full size
quilt to help arrange the blocks
for single and double bed size.
diagram of block which serves
as a culde for niacin r the nitrhM
ana suggests contrasting mater
ials and clearly outlined draw
ing of the patch pieces.
Send lOe for a pattern of this
design to The Oregon Statesman
Needlecraft Dept. 82 Eighth ave
nue. New York city.
GERVAIS. May 2 John Bu
chanan was elected president.
Mrs. Robert Harper, vice-presi
dent and Miss Ethel Martin, sec
retary-treasurer, ( re-elected - ot
the Parent-Teacher association
for next year at the meeting held
at the auditorlnm Monday night.
Outgoing officers are Mrs. Berts
Barker, president and Mrs. Ida
. The meeting Monday night was
preceded by a dinner, the men do
ing the cook lag and serving.
O". T. Wadsworth was head man
In the kitchen and Mr. Bachanan
was head waiter. His assistants
were A. H. Tumbleson. Homer
Wadsworth. Alfred Bowler. Roy
Kuhn and Maurice Stokx.
About $5 was realized from the
dinner, which will be used for mu
sic week expenses.
A short program was given aft
er the business meeting: Rev.
Graflous spoke, closing his re
marks with words of appreciation
of the association for the work of
the retiring president and regret
at her leaving the city. Bonnie
Miller gave a piano solo, Mrs. Nel
lie Ramp, a vocal solo and Mrs.
Ray Derochea with a group of
boys from Brooks gave a cowboy
skit entitled "Lone Star Camp."
Team Conducts New
AMITY, May 2. May .Day,
sponsored by the Junior class will
be presented this year May 19
The program is not as yet com
plete, but a tentative schedule has
been suggested. The Juniors hope SUBLIMITY, May 2 Twelve
to make this May Day fete the new members were Initiated into
best that Amity has ever known, the Catholic Order of Foresters
The. queen and her court are: at Portland by the degree team ot
Queen Ruby; Bobble Mitchell, the St. Boniface court or sunum-
maid of honor; Ruth Christensen ity, these members being aaaea to
and Lois Vincent, attendants. the membership of tne suoumuy,
Friday was "Kid's Day" at the Portland and other lodges in Ore-
Amity high school. All the stu- gon. Verboort was seiectea as me
dents came to school dressed in place tor the annual state conven-
Band and Trio to
Be Honor Guests
Of Silverton Post
. m i .a Ma
or. mrm.rm. rMnlr lan In Hu The graOe SC&OOI pupil OI l.
like a youngster tor halt a day. Boniface's Catholic school lost to
Kangaroo court was held by the "e aiayxon ,rui ,y, v L" ,t.
member of the "Amitr InklinaV a. "T wuuuc km.ui
..... fx-i. . - the bovs and girls' baseoau
a i games, r riuar tueruoua i
task around tha school house. . in? "ror? ?':jr:Tl
The sericulture ahon was . na Bcurc l"r luc
sieged with flames Thursday
morning, when several ot the Ag.
SILVERTON, May 2. The Sil
verton school band, twice winner
ot the Class B championship of
the annual state high school band
contest, and the ladies' anxiliary
trio of Salem, winner of the na
tional championship at the Amer
ican Legion convention at Port
land, are to be co-featured at Sil
verton Friday, May 5, when the
Delbert Reeves post gives Us an
nual vaudeville and dancing.
Other numbers on the program
will Include offerings of the Hay
wire orchestra of Salem and the
Barbara Barnes school ot dance.
Chuck Biers of Salem will be mas
ter of ceremonies. The event will
begin at 8 o'clock.
Of Library Books
Reported at 1608
SILVERTON. May 2 TUr
monthly library report submitted
to the council Monday night show
ed 1608 books parsed across the
circulation desk in April; 22 new
readers added; 20 books restored
from circulation; one book donat
ed, 2 4 books purchased; 11 books
rebound and 121 magazines pass
ed over the circulation desk.
Donations durlae the month
are credited to Vern Ashur, Mrs.
Llda lTsber. Mrs. Reber Allen.
Mrs.-Victor Madsen, Mrs. R. A.
Cowden, Mrs. II. L. Latham.
DI luvruuas. hiqu bvicim ui iu Jkg. m
I boys were doing some fire bor- XOUng People Ot
Ing ln a block of wood near the n . rl I
Members of the Women's Relief
Corps will be hostesses for a bene
fit bridge party Friday afternoon
between the hours ot 2 and 4
o'clock. This will be given at Mll-
The Women's Home Missionary
society of the First Methodist
church will meet this afternoon at
2:30 o'clock and for the program
hour will be addressed by Dr.
Vernon Douglas of the Marlon
county health unit concerning the
ing in a block of wood near the
wall. The fire department was
summoned, but the boys had it ln
haud before the engine arrired.
Meet to Organize
Given by Infantry
".'."lLM11!!164 hitory and treatment of tubercu-
Campbell-Kahle Marriage Vows
Taken at Pretty Home Ceremony
Miss Agnes Lulay, Bride-Elect, is Honored
By Group of Sublimity Friends
wnnnmipw Mow a -
The Card club of the Business -uzt 'l T, -.. Vl-.v! I pecially good program was given
and Professional Women's club I .,vt- t the Woodburn armory under
will be entertained at the home of " w th auspices of the Howitzer Co.
Miss Edith Burch. Miss MaT w""- and CapUln P. M. Blenkinsop,
Cleveland, and Miss Burch will be !? r7lc WIUca P" ot chaplain of the 18th Infantry.
in" ouerauon yrusrira. i pHdav night.
jl genenu invitauon u being ex- rant! Klhnrn t. mm intro-
tended to all women of the dueed CapUln Blenkinsop. The
cnurcn xo aiiena mis meeung.
INDEPENDENCE. May 2 A
convention for the Baptist Young
Peonle of this association district
was held at the Baptist church in
Uf IN atlOnal liuard organizations represented. The
purpose ot the meeting was to re
organise. The Independence group
sponsored the program.
About 200 were in attendance
at the convention. Representatives
were from McMinnvllle, two lea
gues. Newberg, Corvallis, Mon
mouth, Albany, Eugene, Salem
GAY APRONS FOR
, : By ANNS ADAMS
A new season . . . some new
aprons! YouH want the two at
' i tractira models Included in this
,Y pattern, to help you along your
busy way. Slip on the captivating
bound apron when doing tne ruu
lion and one things that pop up
""Tjduring the day then change it
S for tha dainty lace trimmed model
!'- .:'t '
and, once again fresh and neat,
youra ready to serve Hubby with
a tempting dinner.
Pattern 2247 may be ordered
only la sizes small, medium and
large. Small size, bound apron,
requires 11-8 yards SS inch fab
ric and 11 yards binding. Small
size, lace trimmed apron, requires
1 s-4 yards 31 Inch tabrio and
yards 1-1 Inch lace. Illustrated
ttep-by-etep sewing instructions
Perry dale Aladine Campbell
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Campbell of Perrydale, became
the bride of Loel Kahle, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kahle ot Sa
lem, at a simple home wedding
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. Mr. Campbell of Amity offi
ciated. Mrs. August Rhode sang
"I love you truly" accompanied at
the piano by Roberta Mitchell
who also played the wedding
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, was dress
ed ln a gown of white silk crepe
and carried a bouquet of pink
rosebuds and sweet peas.
Delores Kahle was bridesmaid
and wore a dress ot pink taffeta
with a corsage of pink rose buds.
Jack Shearer acted as best man.
The bride's going away costume
was an olive green heavy crepe
dress and tan coat with beaver
trim and a small tan hat, with
At the reception assisting about
the rooms were Virginia Engle-
son, Macel campoeii, ueiores
Kahle, Roberta Mitchell and Car
Guests from a distance were:
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Campbell and
daughter Macel, Mr. and Mrs. En-
gle Engleson and daughter Vir
ginia ot Portland; Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Lewis of Vancouver, Wash.;
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Flanery and
Carrie of Corvallis; Floyd Flanery
and daughter Dorothy of Spring
The newly weds left immediate
ly after the ceremony for a week
at' Oregon beaches. They will be
at home to their friends after May
8 at the Campbell country home.
ot their daughter, Mrs. Ira Fish
er, of Hopewell, nee Miss Thelma
Walling, Sunday. Dinner guests
included the honor guest, Mrs.
Fisher, her husband and daugh
ter, Ira Fisher and Iris. Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Miller of Portland,
Miss Mary Freezon of Salem, Dor
othy, Marlon, Genevieve, Juanlta
and John Walling and the hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Walling.
Sublimity A miscellaneous
shower was given ln the hall Sun
day night for Miss Agnes Lulay,
bride-elect to Nick Heuberger.
Many beautiful presents were re
Those present were: Mr. and
' mtHl euli (15) la Mint
mr staatpa (oUa ptfTre4), for
this sttera Writ plaialy you
am. ddrM an ttyl naW
Be cars t ititi alsa vaatad.
aa far tba Anna Atans fa
aUaa beok. It eoataiat S3 aalorfal
sagas af Tlr Paria-iaiplra
eta Ut evary avwiag aaad. aa
ahawa haw to la ahl at vary how
ef tto ay. Xrurj otyla Is practic
al. amsy awko. Then mtm
asocala tot tha- Urea titwa aa
vagaa of illhtfI Jaaloa aaa Ma
lta atylaa. Lorely Uaccrla. aai ae
aataary pattaraa, too. Priao of aata
lot, tUtaaa rata. ttUkt aai pat
tor togothor, tvaatr-fira satita.
JLddraaa an Ball orders to Tha
: Oiaresi Stateeaaa PatUra Depart
tent, 4 W. ITth atreet, Ktw
St. Monica's Altar
Society to Meet
Members of St. Monica's Alter
society will meet this afternoon in
St. Joseph's hall at 2 o'clock. A
business meeting will be followed
by aa informal social afternoon.
The committee ln charge of the
social hours includes Mrs. T.
Marsland, Mrs. O. W. Nabbenfeld,
Mrs. Frank O'Brien, Mrs. Eugene
Eckerlen, Sr., Mrs. John Meyer,
Mrs. W. H. Clowes, and Mrs. H.
An enjoyable evening was spent
at the Leland Scott home at Lib
erty Saturday evening when a
group ot friends called as a sur
prise to them. Quests Included
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Grabenhorst,
Mr. ana Mrs. -A. A. Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Scott, Mr. and Mrs
C. B. Allm, Mr. and Mrs. George
Aaama, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Portland Scottish pipe band play- pnrMa Clubber
ed. followed by numbers by the r OreSliy Vluooen
following artists, Everett H. Cra
ven, Arthur Draper, Jack Web
ster, Mrs. Clara Rleman, Miss Al
iens Conor, and Charles W. Oat
en of the Canadian Legion who
gave a brief talk.
Mrs. Joseph Lular and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Nicholas Lulay and fam- Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sweet,
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Breiten-
stein and -family, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Heuberger and family, Mr.
and Mrs. John Heuberger and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heuberg-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graben
horst,. and Mr. and Mrs. O. T.
o a a
Mrs. James Imlah will have as
er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred her Beat Wednesday her sister.
Albus and family, Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Gehlen, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Lulay and family, Mr. and Mrs
Ed BelL Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Heuberger, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bell
Zuber, Mr. and Mrs. John Frank,
Mrs. Jake Frank and family, Mrs.
Philip Albus and children, Mar
ine and Doris, Mrs. Pete Cries,
Mrs. Hanna Wledner, Joseph and
Marie Wledner, Mr. and Mrs: Al
Hassler, Henry and Lawrence
Heuberger, Mr. and Mrs. John Al
bus, Christine Shulte, Phllomena
Mrs. Julia B. Ward, who eomes aa
state field director ot tha Wom
en's Benefit association, to attend
the rally being held by tha asso
ciation Thursday la Salem.
a a a
Tha Mother's group of the 10th
B grade in high school will have
its regular meeting Monday after
noon in room id. A special
speaker has been engaged for this
a a a
The regular meeting of the En
Scotts Mills Miss Doris Hogg
was pleasantly surprised Saturday
night, the occasion being in hon
or of her birthday which was
Tuesday. The evening was spent
in dancing. Those present were:
tha honor guest, MUs Hogg; Miss
Grayce Dunagan, Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Hill ot Salem; Averitt Dunagan,
Paul and Boh Shepherd, and Mr.
and Mrs. Hogg. "
Mrs. Clara Gouthier was sur
prised Friday, when a group ot
her friends came In to help her
celebrate her birthday. Those en
Joying tha day with Mrs. Gouthier
wara Mrs. Annette Hicks, Mrs.
Norma Ettlin and daughter, Mrs.
Delia Byron; Mrs. Sylvia SMlts,
Mrs. Leila Heinz, Mrs. Tom Dun
agan, Mrs. Wa. Fry. Mrs. Wm.
Saueressig, and Mrs. Harold
.. .. : v.-: e e "
Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Tracy
Walling of Lincoln were hosts at
a' birthday dinner given In "honor
and Bernadlne Shreve, Alma Has-1 flswood Women's dub scheduled
Bier, Benlta Hassler, Wllma Dlt-
ter, Katharine Toepfer. Matilda
Etzel, Adeline Riesterer. Dorothy
Starr, Annie Gescher, Mable Schu
macher, Isabel Riesterer, Alma
uuter, jenny Mind en.
a a a
Zena The Spring Valley Home
Missionary society will meet at
tha home ot Mrs. Charles McCar-
ter ot Brush College Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. McCarter will he
assisted by Mrs. Fred Muller. Mrs.
W. D. Henry, president, requests
tor Friday night at tha home ot
airs. a. R. Tartar has been post
poned until May iz.
Mrs. O. T. Seeley will entertain
members of tha Pringle Pleasant
rout social dab at her home
Small Child Dies
As Result Illness
MISSION BOTTOM, May 2.
Funeral services for Betty Eva
Lander, two-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Lander,
were held Saturday afternoon
from the Clough-Barrick chapel ln
Salem. Interment was in Pioneer
cemetery, near here. Complica
tions from measles caused her
Besides her parents, she is sur-
vlred by grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Lander, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Rickets, Salem.
All is Not Snow-
That Causes Bad
TALBOT. May 2 The Talbot
4-H Forestry club held its
achievement day program Friday
afternoon; This club has Is mem
bers and the work has been very
interesting this year under the
leadership of Clair Calavan. The
Roads to Valsetz Lror J?cAadt?..brlft SlkSJ7
Mrs. Fred Jorgenson and Mrs. El
mer Hampton were Judges tor the
Prises were won by. James Jor
genson, first. Ilene Bllnston sec
ond and Virgil Calavan third.
These members will exhibit at the
county fair next week.
SIRS. PORTER HOME
SILVERTON, May 2 Mrs
John Porter, who has been at
Portland hospital for several
weeks, was brought to her home
here Sunday. She was reported
as feeling quite comfortable after
HOPEWELL. May 2 Friday
evening at the Falrriew achool-
housa the regular community pro
gram was held. After the general
business meeting a number of
Linfield college students gave an
enjoyable entertainment. This was
the last meeting to be held this
A surprise party was given Mrs.
Howard Stephens at her home hi
honor of her birthday Saturday
night. A large group ot friends
For Grange Heads
In Silverton Area
SILVERTON HILLS. May 2. '
A mass meeting ot all patrons of
the Bridge Creek, Hullt. Moun
tain View, Porter and Davis
school districts will be held at the
community hall here Wednesday
night. May 2. to discuss the nom
ination of a representative from
these districts to the county tran.-
Lsortatloa board. This meeting will
ioiiow tne lecture to oe given me
same night by Roy Hewitt.
VALSETZ. May 2. The moun
tain road to Falls City was cleared
Friday and Saturday of the deep
snow that had been piling up for
the past fire months.
Maay fisherman drove la Sun
day, 15 cars were in the parking
Sunday afternoon. The road is al
ready cut down so that It is nec
essary to have chains to make the
trip. The last two days an Oregon
mist has been falling, making the
road very dangerous. The light
travel has cut deep ruts slready,
May Day Program is
Slated For Airlie Hi
Given Medal For
AIRLIE. Mar 2 The May Day
program will be held at the school
May B. The declamatory contest
for the five zones ln this division
in the try out for the county con
test will be held ln the morning.
Outstanding Work Ruth Ploub as queen. Her attend
ants are aaisses liois nonou uu
Josephine Wilson. Basket dinner
Is slated "at noon, and two base
ball games la the afternoon, A.
H. S. vs. M. H. S. and Alrlle grsae
LIBERTY, May 2 While at
tending the school fair here Fri
day, Mrs. Mary Fulkerson, county
school superintendent, presented
Florence Copley with a gold med
al tor honors won ln 4-H club
work la 1IS1.
Florence won first prises on
bread In both tha county 4-H fair
aad tha state fair last year. She
MISSION BOTTOM. May 2.
Rath Townsend, small daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Townsend
then was aa eighth grade student swallowed an open safety pin last
here, and now attends Leslie Jun- I week, ana last reports war wl
lor high. she was in a Salem hospital.
POPULATION GOES UP
FALLS CITY, May 2 Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Teal are receiving con
gratulations on tha arrival of a
nine pound hoy at their home
that members bring their own I Monday. A baby girl was horn to
sewing as Red Cross work will not 1 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morgan Wed-
be taken .np at this meeting. . ' nesdsy night.
Hair Finger Waved & Dried in Half Time
We now hava anew hair drying system that sc
abies us to do our work ta about half tha time
yet It is ouUter plfra.ianteT not too hot.
-YouH like ft much better."
To Introdaca New Dryer
Finger Wave and Shampoo.
Tuesdays and Thursdays only
MARINELLO BEAUTY SHOP
IREXB SCOTT, Prop.
245.North Hish Street, ,;. ...
i GOLDEN RULE STORE
Wednesday and Thursday
di Silk Graduation Dresses.
J Kelt Dresses
A Come First and set these Bargains
Here in Person
ffey Jim (xn
Kr" I'il T-
International Hax-Drtutr and
Designer of New Coiffures
Loaey Barton In parson eomes to Salem I How utterly an ex
pected I Recognized leader of halr-dressers ln this eoontry.
winner ot first place la International competition, designer
of eolffares worn by fashion leaders ln many Important
cities. He will be at Miller's beauty shop for a dsy or two
beginning this morning at 10. His adrlco Is tree! And Tom
may bare a Loaey Barton coif fare created foryoa at oar
regular prices by appointment.
TODAY BEGINNING AT 10
BEAUTY SHOP COME!
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