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fTpIIE spring advances and the
closo of school, to near at
hand and with this lUU of
affairs tbs annual plans for Camp
Saataly and a summer- vacation
tor tho Qirl Reserve of Salem get
under way. . -
Already a committee of Mrs.
David Bennett Hill, Mrs. 0. 8.
Hamilton and Mrs. Claude Glenn
hare been working- on the needs
of the camp to put It Into condi
tion for tho summer life there.
A meetlnf Is being called for
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the T. W. C. A. tor discussion of
camp plans. All advisors and camp
leaders will meet with the Girt
Reserve committee. Mrs. Floyd
Miller, chairman, will have charge
of the meeting.
One announcement has been
made and that Is that a profes
sional borne economist will - have
charge of the preparation of food
for the eamp.
Dates for the camp include July
8-15 for grade school Reserves;
July 15-28 for Junior high Re
serves; and July 23-29 tor high
Mrs. Elisabeth Gallaher. local
T. W. C. A. secretary, will speak
concerning camp at Parrish school
Wednesday and at Leslie Thurs
Hume Downs Will
Of Interest to a large circle of
friends will be the announcement
of the presentation ot Hume
Downs, 11 year old son M Dr. and
Mrs.' O. A. Downs, Friday night
at the Roberts studio.'
The young student of violin has
been studying for the past three
; years and Is being presented by
Miss Mary Schultz. He will e
accompanied by his sister, Miss
The urogram Is an Invitational
Numbers to be presented-lfl-
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Air Tfor B string) ..BachVWllhelni
Concerto A Minor . Bach
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The Bee Schubert
Obertass Masurka Wienlawskl
Each year as many, of the Ma
sonic chapters as possible visit
the Masonic home in Forest
Grove. Each Sunday certain
chapters attend and . one of the
chapters presents a program.
This Sunday the chapters of
Marlon county are attending and
Donald chanter will present the
program. A number from Salem
Chadwlek chapter plan on attend
J At an attractive party of the
week the engagement of Miss
PrisclUa Baumgarten to Ronald
Friszeil was made known. Ne
date was set tor the wedding.
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rpHB spring-of many weddings draws to a belated lummer
X and still the number of nuptfel occasions grow. The past
week saw the mamaee of Miss Fae DriscolL daughter of
Mrs. Kathryn Driscoll. to Hubert Ashbr. son of Mr. amd
Mrs. Joseph Ashby in a' 4
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an altar of beautiful simplicity O
created by the use of cathedral t
tapers and white flowers.
Only immediate members of the
family and Intimate friends were
bidden. Soloist was Miss Lillian
Scott and the wedding marches
were played by Donald Allison.
Mrs. Ashby wore a gown of El
eanor blue crepe with turban of
matching color and slippers of yel
low. She carried yellow roses and
lilies of the valley..
Mrs. Carroll Ford, sister of the
bride, was matron of honor. Her
gown was of peach crepe and she
wore a turban of peach color, and
her accessories were of peach.
Robert Ashby served as best
man and Robert Driscoll, brother
the bride, gave her in marriage.
Carrol Ford and Robert Judson
Following the wedding a recep
tion at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Ashby greeted Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Ashby. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Ashby, Mrs. Kathryn Dris
coll and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Mrs. William Knower ana Mrs.
Raymond Archibald of Albany as
sisted about the rooms. Mrs. Car
roll Ford and Mrs. Robert Dris
coll presided at the serving table.
Miss Lillian Scott and Miss Hasel
Johnson assisted In serving.
Immediately following the re
ception Mr. and Mrs. Ashby left
for a motor trip Into the north and
Hrlll be at home after May 25 at
their home, 1705 South 12th
street Mrs. Ashby wore a charm
ing white ensemble tor her going
And with this wedding closing a
series of affairs planned for the
popular bride there comes more
parties this week for Miss Irene
Brelthaupt, whose engagement to
George VanNatta of St. Helens
was made known this week at an
fif "ffay 1 tha hom ot
Miss Loretta Varley,
While no date tor this wedding
has been set it Is understood that
it will be soon. Mrs. Percy Kelley
will entertain for Miss Brelthaupt
Thursday night at the Kelley home
on State street, and Mrs. Ronald
Craven will be hostess in her
honor Saturday night.
And it Is understood that a
popular member of Salem social
circles is wearing a diamond and
that soon a party will announce
one more engagement and ap
The weekly meeting of the
Salens Photographers' association
was held at the Cyn Cronise stu
dio on North Commercial street
last Tuesday evening.
Reports were heard from the
various committees and specific
plans were made for participation
in some photographic exhibits of
the early summer.
The next meeting of this asso
ciation will be held In the Eby
studio May S3, at S o'clock.
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Mrs. . Hubert Ashb'y,
o'clock service at the Knight
Stover read the service before
aeiigntiui evening was en-
Joyed at the home of Dr. and Mrs
D. X. Beechler Friday night at
which the officers of Chadwlek
chapter. Order of Eastern Star en
tertained 1 n compliment to the
birthday of the worthy patron,
An Informal evening of cards
was concluded with the presenta
tion of a gift to Mr. Crawford and
a refreshment hour. '
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Har
ry Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. George
King, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mohr, Mr
and Mrs. Charles Gabriel, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Gibson, Dr. and Mrs.
0, L. Blodgett, Dr. and Mrs. Leon
Barrlck, Mrs. Alma Thompson,
Mrs. Reha Kestley, Miss -Grace
Babcock, Mrs. Belle Brown, Mrs.
Ruth Rhoten, Mrs. PearKGrote,
Mrs. Ruth Ohllng, Roy Grote and
Dr. and Mrs. Beechler.
Mrs. James 8. Bushnell of
Seattle Is a house guest of Mrs.
Jessie C. Singleton, 347 N. Church
street. Mrs. Bushnell Is a descen
dant of early settlers In the
Prlngle neighborhood. Her grand
father, Jesse Ward, and family,
came from Kentucky to Oregon
la the early '50's and took up
land claim. Her father, D. B.
Ward, later located in Seattle and
was a pioneer school teacher
there, teaching In the first state
university. Mrs. Bushnell's sister
Is the wife of Prof. Edmund
Meaner, noted historian of
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Sunday, May ft
' Play, !He Came Seeing, at First Congregational
church in Joint, sorrier with Knight Memorial sharchi
publle invited. ' .7 :
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R&bexahs-m&st" tor Yegutar btwtnm meeting at t
o'clock 1b Odd Feilewa hail; all Rebekahv vliltiag ta eity -cordially
Invited te attend. ! f . ,
High School Reserve to hear Dr. Mary Purvia at
4 o'clock la Dean Robertson's room; all high school girl
invited. . I ; . - , . ;.
; Luncheon to Women of Rotary postponed.
Alpha Phi Alpna alumnae with Mrr. Leonard Heis
ler, 11 JO Wilbur street: Informal evening.
Beginner sad Primary Tsaehers Guild, with Miss
Cora Talklngton, 64ft Center street, T: JO o'clock.
r Chapter AJ B. otP, E. O. Sisterhood with Mrs. R. J.
Hendricks, at Pant Hendiieksf home on Fairmount -Hin.
7:45 o,doclt; last meeting of season. , .. , ' . -
Sigma Nu Delphians, hostels to Chi Delta chapter at
Camp Santaly; .leave Salem at :S0 o'clock 1 plcnla lun
cheon; program. ..-
:':V Tuesday, May 23 "
Mother's day observed by Business and Professional
Women's club with dinner and program at Marion hotel;
special music and program; Misses Brelthaupt to present
flower, arrangement talk. '
Mrs. L. Sllngman. 1040 South Liberty street, hostess
tor circle of Spiritualist church; Mrs. Edith Soott of Eu
gene special guest; meeting at $ o'clock.
Chi Delta chapter of Delphians with Mrs. B. V.
Wooten, : JO o'clock. ,
Chadwlek chapter. Order of Eastern Star, guest of
Ada. Chapter, Independence.
, Salem Women's Press club with Mrs. E. S. Brown;
dessert luncheon at 1:30-o'clock followed by card after
noon. t. , '. ' f
. Wednesday, May k '
First Presbyterian . Ladies Aid society, with ' Mrs.
Max Buren, 745 Court street. 2: JO o'clock.
Thursday, May t5 ,
Town and Gown dub at Lausanne hall, 2:30 o'clock.
Keizer Ladles Aid. all-day meeting with Mrs. Sey
mour Jon&s. . . . .
Friday, May 16
Daughters of Union Veterans ot Civil War, regular
meeting, 8 o'clock. Women's elubhouse.
Miss Melton Will
Make Home in Salem
Miss Frances Virglnie Melton,
who for the past nine years has
endeared herseir to a large public
in Salem through her musical ac
tivity as director of the depart
ment of theory and practice In
Willamette university. - will make
her home In Salem following her
resignation from the university
with the closing of the spring
Miss Melton who has been very
active in both college, city and
state musical circles, will open
studios In Portland and Salem
and will instruct In piano culture
in both cities. She plans to open
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This summer Miss Melton will
spend at her summer home on
Puget Sound, leaving here imme
diately following the close ot the
Mrs. Max Buren wilt entertain
members ot the rirst Presbyter
laa Ladies Aid society at her
home Wednesday afternoon be
ginning at 3:20 o'clock. The
committee la charge Includes
Mrs. L. R. Chambers. Mrs. Oro
ver Birtchett, Mrs. .Minerva Hol
comb, Mrs. H. M. Svaas, Mrs.
L. M. Purvlae, and Mrs. B. F.
Schmoker. A. program will be
presented and a social hour will
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COMING as a complete surprise to even their most Inti
mate friends waa the announcement of tha engagement
of Miss Mildred Miller, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Henry O.
Miller of Salem, to Samoel Bowe, son of Major and Mrs. D. J.
Bowe of Salem; which was made at the Delta Phi informal
party, Satuidar-iiijriiC After a treasm"hnnt over Hilarity
Officers of Chemeketa chap
ter, D. " A. R. will be hostesses
Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. John Car kin In compli
ment to members of the chap
ter for an informal affair,.
Officer hostesses Include Mrs,
H. T. Love, Mrs. J. W. Harbi
son, Mrs. NW. B. Johnston, Mrs.
Lewis Griffith. Mrs. C. a Best,
Mrs. J. J, Ostllnd. - Mrs. Carl
Steiwer, Mrs. Clark Elliaon, Mrs.
8teven VInard, Mrs. V. L. New.
comb, Mrs. O. C. Geer, Mrs. C.
C. Clark. Mrs, B. I. Steeves, Mrs.
Frank Settlemlar of Wpodburn:
Mrs. J. E. Sibley and Mrs. R. T.
Morrison of Dallas.
Much Interest Is being enter
tained concerning the recital
which will be given tonight In the
First Evangelical church begin
ning at 7:30 o'clock.
Exceptionally enthusiastic have
been the comments concerning the
organ work of Mr. Harkness and
the vocal work ot Mrs. Harkness
who will sing among other things
several songs, yet unpublished,
compositions of Mr. Harkness.
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pirate cave In .which was found a
large treasure, chest. From this
each guest received clever favors
of money bags filled with candy
and pirate men. During the supper
hour the Delta Phi trio. Elisabeth
Clement, Naomi Hewett and Rath
Mort sang and Miss Alice Speck
found an additional treasure chest
in which wss inclosed the
nouncement of the engagement of
Miss Miller to Mr. Bowe,
Miss Miller is a graduate of Sa
Jem high school and .will graduate
in June from Willamette univer
sity where she has been very sc
ut ia campus aiiairs. una is a
member ot the Delta Phi sorority.
Csp and Gown honorary, president
ot 'Women's Athletls association
and active in women's sports. Mr.
Bowe graduated from Dallas high
school, and the school of liberal
arts of Willamette university in
1931. He will gradnate from Wil
lamette school ot law in Jane. He
is a member ot Sigma Tau frater
nity. No date has been set for the
Special guests for the ere slag
Mrs. Lilian R, Hagman.
housemother - and Mrs. Helen
Hamilton and Miss Lois Latimer,
honorary members ot Delta Phi.
- The hostess group lacluded:
Mildred Miner. Betty-Mae Har-
tung, Theresa Ulrica, Gwendolyn
Hunt, Alice. Speck. Ruth Chap
man, Esther Black, Doris Unrah,
Pauline Moore, Ruth Toung, Betty
Martin. Betty Badley. Dorothy
Minnick. Janet Well. Cynthia De
lano, Lois Wilkes, Bealah Cramer,
Evelyn Shields, Ruth Clemeat,
Margaret Height, Frances Stew
srt, Wanda Land on. Winifred
Gardner, Mary .Banning. Elisabeth
Clement, Lois Underwood, Bea
trice Hartung, Velma May, Ger
trude Oehler. Margaret Haag.
Elaine Chaney. Betty Moffatt,
Alene Blekford, Betty Bowlan,
Naomi Hewett. Margaret Notion.
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N unusually scholarly lecture
was enjoyed by the mem
bers ot the American Aaaoei-
sUon ot University Women at the
regular luncheon meeting held
Satarday at 1 o'clock la the dining
room ot the Masoale temple.
Dr. Victor U O. Chit tick ot
Reed college English department
was the spesksr and chose as his
topic the place ta literature occu
pied by Virginia Wolfe, modern
novelist, and according to hts
opinion ranking woman novelist
of the time. : ,
Musical numbers were present
ed by Miss Eleanor .Moore accom
panied by Miss Virginia Thomp
son. At the business meeting officers
were elected and Miss Leila John
son will serve the organization as
president for the coming year.
Other officers to serve include Dr.
Helen Pearce. vice-president; Mies
Isobel Childs, secretary; Mrs.
Frank Spears, treasurer; Miss
Lois Latimer, scholarship chair
man. The north Salem W. C. T. TJ.
will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon at the home ot Mrs. H.
G. Humphreys, 8S Jefferson
street. Mrs. John Vinton Scott
win speak on W. C. T. U. work fn
Marjorle Wander and Ruth Mori
Escorts: Samuel Bowe; Ronald
Hudklns, Lee Rudln. Earle Car
kin, Donald Burch. Leander Quir
ing, Edward Frantx, Earl Potter,
Gerald Sherman. Wayne Dough
ton, Chester Banta. Kenneth
Fleming. Ray McKey, Thobura
Hattsn. Charles West, Arthur
Fisher. John McLenuon. Bruce
Eckman. Joe Scott. Donald Egr.
William Thome, Paul Hauser, Gas
Moore, Parker Gies. Garfield Bar
nstt, Lawrence Tarnes. Robert
Mayne, Jack Grant, Howard Berg
man. Bert Rusk, Eugene Smith,
Robert Logna, Fred Harris, Frank
Haley. David Moser. James Bar
dstt and Lowell Eddy.
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