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Th 03SG0N STATESSf AN. Saien.
Oregon, Sunday Mornlflg, Jane 4, 19i3
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emeketa Chapter of
Hold Final Meeting
PAGE SKVKJC V
Charming tea Meeting Marks Installation of Mrs. JoKn F. Carkin as
fpHE annual installation and social afternoon of Chemeketa chapter, Daughters of the
Saturfav nftSSSUti0n wf ?bseiTe? at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Jones
at whth ttaTSS ?'h ?,roTfusion f loreIy flowfs a a beautifully appointed tea hour
vLLf -1 ?! ? T' Love' rt-Snng regent, and Mrs. John H. Carkin, in-cominir
V?reSn ed' featured the installation servirk ' m-comm?
it tk?7S' 9 Clark had charge of the installation and used a service written by her
self. This proved so popular with the chapter members thato written py ner
t 'w w "Hve " Prmtea ana sent to all the chapters
of the state.
A prominent visitor at the Saturday afternoon meet
ing was Mrs. John H. Hall, state president of the D. A R.
who spoke briefly and interestingly before the business
meeting of the chapter. O
Annual reports showed an p-
ceueni amount or work accomp
lished by the chapter this past
year. Plans are being made for
a similar year under the regencv
of Mrs. 'John H. Carkin.
An unusually large attendance
was present for the Saturday
meeting with chapter members of
Woodburn, Dallas and Salem
It was announced by the com
mittee which has been at work
on the laying of the Abiqua
marker that hopes were held that
the marker could bo placed this
month. Mrs. C. C. Geer. Mrs. B.
L. Steeves and Mrs. H. T. Love
make up this committee.
Assisting Mrl Jones at the tea
hour was the hostess committee,
which Included: Mrs. V. L. Pot
ter, Mrs. W. C. Conner. Mrs. A.
A. Under 1 ill, Mrs. W. H. Byrd,
Mrs. Clnud E. Ellison, Mrs. F. E.
Sherwin, Mrs. J. G. HeltEel. Mrs.
J. G. Gei?lemau and Mrs. L E.
Mrs. Stearns Cushine. .Tr
(Maxine Ulrich) arrived in Salem
yesterday from Evanston. 111., j
where she and Mr. Oushing have-j
"cu Muucuis at xsormwestern
this year Mr. Cushins Is a stu
dent in Garrett Bible Institute
while Mrs. Cushing has - taken
some work there and is working
toward an adranced degree in po
litical science in Northwestern
proper. She will be the guest 6f
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B.
I'lrich for several months. Mr.
Cushlns is remaining in the
university city during the sum
mer. Both young people are pop
ular members of last spring's
.lass at Willamette.
Mr. and Mrs. William Walton.
Mrs. James Walton and Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Sackett win motor
to The Dalles today to- be present
for the wedding of the grandsou
of Mrs. James Walton, James
Walton and Miss Kathryn Brigh
am 6f Eugene. Mr. Walton has
a large ctrcle'of friends, in Salem
where he has visited many
times with his grandmother. Mrs.
James Walton. Both young peo
ple are graduates of the Univer
sity of Oregon where they were
prominent in college social activi-
ties. Mr. Walton is a member of
Sigma Nu fraternity. The wed
ding will b a smart event at
2:30 o'clock at the P. J. Stadle
raan home in The Dalles.
The Sigma Nu Delphians will
meet at the public library Mon
day afternoon at 2 o'clock and at
this tim will take up study con
cerning the aspects of mediae
val social life.
Topics concerning this study
will presented by Mrs. G. E.
Tryon, Mrs. C. Roblin. Mrs. Fred
erick Deckehach. Mrs. R. D. Paris.
Mrs. Oscar Cutler, Mrs. Floyd
White. Mrs. J. C. Perry and Mrs.
Following the regular study
period the sroup plans to visit the
churches of Salem in order to stu
dy the various types of architec
ture to be found.
Officers Installed by the Zonta
club Thursday at home of Nellie
Schwab include: Helen Pearce.
president; Kathryn Gunnell. first
vice president; Helen Yockey,
second vice president; Hazel
Cook, third vice president; Eliza
beth Gallaher. secretary Mabel
Committee ' appointments an
nounced by Dr. Pearce: Program.
Belle Brown, Haiel Cook, Helen
Louise Crosby, Dorothy Pearce;
finance. Frances Wright Jonas
son. Winifred R. Herrick, Mabel
Brownell ; publicity, Nellie
Schwab. Helen Yockey, Alene
Phillips: attendance. Hazel Cook,
Winifred Herrick. Robert Butler;
membership and classification,
Alene Phillips, LaVerne Winkler,
Elizabeth Gallaher; service, Hel
en Yockey, Lena Belle Tartar, Ma
bel Brownell, Kathryn Gunnell;
fellowship and intercity, Ora Mc
Intyre. Kathryn Gunnell and Bar
bara Barnes; International rela
tions. Helen Louise Crosby.
The Salem club will be repre
sented at the convention of Zonta
International In Chicago in June
by a delegate according to action
taken at the Thursday meeting.
The appointment will be announc
The club will meet for lun
cheon at the Marlon hotel Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gregg en
tertained about 30 members of
the Berean class at their home
Friday nfght with a charmingly
arranged social evening which
began with a potluclc supper. Mrs.
G. Ed Ross Is president of the
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'At Home' is
DELIGHTFUL affair of to
day will be the "at home"
for which Mr. and Mrs.
William Everett Anderson will
entertain between the hours of 2
and 5 o'clock at their homo on
Court street, in compliment to
their 25th wedding anniversary.
Friends are invited to call in
formally during the receiving
hours. Alternating at . the urns
during the afternoon hours will
be Mrs. C. D. Gabrielson, Mrs,
Frank G. Myers. Mrs. Max O.
Buren. and Mrs. Max Page. Mrs.
Otto Paulus and Mrs. Verne Mc
Intyre will be in charge of the
dining room and a group of
young maids will assist In serv
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were
married in Salem 25 years ago at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. 3.
Beckner. Rev. Paul Bandy was
the officiating minister. Mrs. An
derson's older sister who is now
enroute from Florida on a long
motor tour which will lead to Sa
lem In July Is the only person
now living who was present for
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson came
to live on Court street shortly af
ter they were married and lived
there ever since. Mr. Anderson
was born on Court street.
This evening following the
vopen house" hours a dinner will
be served with covers placed for
20 guests. The list will Include
old friends of the hosts.
Monday, June 5
Sigma Nu Delphians, 2 o'clock at city library plan
tour of churches of city following regular stady meeting.
Rebekaha meet for regular business meeting. 1:00
o'clock In Odd Fellows halt
Alpaa Phi Alpha alumnae association guests of
Miss Dorothy Eastridge, 370 South 19th street.
Tuesday, June 6
American War Mothers, 2 o'clock at. American Lu
theran church, all urged to attend to make plans for
visit of national president.
Salem Music Teachers, with. Mrs. Mabel 8. Powers
on Court street; last meeting of year; election of offi
cers. Mrs. Prince Byrd hostess to members of Yomarco
class of First Methodist church, at her home 2991 East
Center street: election of officers.
Public invited to graduation xerelsee of state
school for deaf. S o'clock In school Auditorium.
Salem W. C. T. TJ. at hall corner of Ferry and
South Commercial street. Miss Jessie Martin In charge
Wednesday, June 7
Dakota club in W. O. T. U. hall, corner of Commer
cial and Ferry streets; last meeting of season; potluck
supper, 4:30 o'clock; bring ewn table service: all Da
Thursday, June 8
Faculty Women's club, el fresco dinner in Robert
M. Gatke gardens, 5: SO o'clock; husbands special guests
last meeting of year.
Mrs. Elisabeth Skewis, 1797 Center street, hostess
for tea in eompliment to Daughters of Union Veterans
of Civil War, 2 to I o'clock.
Regular meeting Daughters of Union Veterans S
o'clock in Women's clubhouse.
Group to Give Tea
Barbara Frietchie tent No.
Daughters of Union Veterans
the Civil War will be hostess for
an Informal silver tea Thursday
afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock at
tho home of Mrs. Elizabeth Skew
is on Center street.
Mrs. Marguerite Elliott, Mrs.
Euleaa Bales, Mrs. Alice Horn
ing, and Mrs. Madeline Nash will
alternate at the urns during the
All friends and members of the
Tent will be welcomed during the
The Auxiliary to the Sons of
Union War Veterans and the Vet
erans organization enjoyed a visit
this Tuesday from the national
president of the Auxiliary, Mrs.
Jean Bowers Thompson of Elgin.
111. The national guest attended
the memorial services conducted
by the two organisations and
Tuesday evening was honor guest
with Mrs. Louis King, national
instituting and installing officer,
for a pretty banquet served at
Hunt's oafe. Mrs. Thompson left
that night for Portland and from
there continued to Seattle to con
tinue her official visits to the var
ious organizations of the states.
Mrs. King accompanied by the lo
cal president. Mrs. Alice Adams,
were among those to welcome the
national president in Portland up
on her arrival Monday. They ac
companied her on the teur of the
Columbia highway and the veter
ans' hospital and later attended
the banquet given In her honor
at the chamber of commerce Mon
An Interesting and pretty pro
gram was presented by a group
of piano students of Lena May
Dotson Friday night at the Cal
vary Baptist church. Small Pat
ty Green assisted n the program.
Those who presented numbers in
cluded Virginia Tomklns, Jean
Newman, Estelene Smith, Jean
nette Clarke, Mona Greene, Ruth
Ostrin, Wilson Clarke. Mary
Prime, Betty Anunsen. Effie Vair,
Loretta Smith, Marie White. Ora
McDowell, Betty Dotson. Bonnie
Belle Miller. Neva Smith, Helen
Schulz, and Doris Schunke.
Junior Philharmonic Group
Will Present Program
rtE Junior Philharmonic orchestra will give a program
at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday evening June 13 beginning
at 8 o'clock. This group, which is composed of students
preparing themselves to take a place in the regular phil
harmonic symphonj drchestra has been under the direction
of Wesley Roeder, Miss Mary Schultx and Raymond Carl
during the past symphony season.
For the program June 13 the director will be Raymond
oCarl. Rehearsals are being
held each Tuesday and
THE BENEFIT bridge party
given by the Graduate Nurs
es association, Mrs. Margaret
McAlphlne, chairman, was a very
successful affair, attended by
many prominent matrons of the
city. Two violin solos were pre
sented at the tea hour by Miss
Helen Purvine, Miss Eva Cochran,
Prizes for high scores were
awarded in contract bridge to
Mrs. A. J. Hayes; auction bridge,
Mrs. C. W. Emmons; five hund
red, Mrs.- Marcia Cusick. Award"
for Jig-saw puzzle went to Mrs. C.
The nurses were ess'sted in
serving by a bevy of young maids:
Misses Mary Yeager, Dorothy
Hardie, Lucy Fischer, Jean Pro
bert, Betty Hamilton. Elva Sehon
and Frances Stewart.
The Junior Harmonj club met
Friday afternoon at the studio of
Mrs. Walter A. Denton, club
counselor. A musical program
waa given by the members and a
discussion on musical subjects
and a musical appreciation con
test were features of the after
noon. Those present for the afternoon
were Geraldlne Frigaard, who Is
president of the club, and Lncy
Fisher, Phyllis Fisher, Marjorie
Knox, Margaret Clare, Helen Os
trin, Emma Miller, Doris Qute
kunst. Marylee Fry. Dan Fry III,
Jackie Lachele, David Smith. Jr.,
Roy Oeterin George Outekunst,
Zoma Barnholt, "Martha Cox. An
toinette Lambert. Mrs. Walter
Denton and Mrs. David Smith, an
Thursday nurhts at
o'clock and nrenaration are
being made for an impressive pro
The personnel Includes: first ;
violins. Elaine Sherman. Maxine
Coodenough. Georgia Harrington,
Kathleen Broer. Mary Easen, Car
ol Potter, John Mars, Tatsy
Schramm. Phyllis Keith. Mabelle
Lilburn; second violins. Jack!
Powers, Hume Downs. Margaret
Rlg&s, Jean Harrington, Yvonne
Smith, Venabeth Clendenning.
Dorethy Kletzlng, Esther Mapes.
Bertha Lou Mapes. Carol John
son, Wendell Johnson, Pearl
Viola. Margaret Zerzan 1 and
Mary Schoettle; cello. Marie Pat
ton, Agnes Moisan, Kenneth Rob
inson; bass, Estil Benner; flute,
Marjorie Broer; clarinet, Frank
Hunt, James Col. Gordon Carl.
Lucy Klein; saxophone, Robert
Guest; horn. Arnold Taylor;
trumpet. Ronald Adams. Win
Laughlin, Oliver Glen. Ted Sher
man; trombone, Bert Broer, John
Laughlin. Catherine Eaton; tym
pana. Ha Mills; snare drums, Fran
cis Lilburn, Elmer Barkus; bass
drum. Doris Haidi; triangle. Jak
Pollock: cymbals, Charlotte 1 1 i I : :
piano, Mary Kelis.
Miss Deena Hart
The F. L. club was entertained
by Misa Deena Hart Thursday
evening. Election of officers for
the coming term was had.
After adjournment of the bus
iness meeting, luncheon was
served by the hostvs to Miss Mai
da Caldwell, Miss Helen McElroy.
Miss Hazel McElroy. Miss Mildred
Martin, Miss Bernice Zielke, Miss
Myrtle McClay. Miss Lula McClay,
Miss Wilda Fleener, Miss Sibyl
White. Mrs. Ruth Harbaugh. Mrs.
Chester Lanktree. Mrs. William I
Heseman, Mrs. Joe Beaty. Mrs. j
Archie Warf and Mrs. George Na-
Two Licenses td.K '
By County Clerk
Two marriage licenses were Is
sued yesterday at the rotBty
clerk's office. Marriage license
business has picked up noticeably
the last few days, due, county
officials think, either to the ar
rival of the spring season of to
the fact that the five-day interim
period for marriage applicants be
comes effective June 9.
Ernest T. Hondrick. 24. 2204
Simpson street, a laborer, receiv
ed a license yesterday to wed
Veda Claire N'endel, 13, Wood
burn, a student.
Kenneth L. Rickman, SI. J$T
South Winter street, a grocery
clerk, received a license to marry
Alberta M. Krosehell, IS, 1S99
South 13th ttreet.
The rites are to be held Jane
11 by Rev. A. E. Mineman.
School for Blind
To Give Program
On Tuesday Night
An entertaining program has
been arranged for the closing ex
ercises of tho Oregon State S' ool
for the Blind, to be held in Nel
son hall. Chemeketa and Liberty
ftreet?, Tuesday nigM at o'clock.
Th? program will include solos
and well-rehearsed numbers by
the Junior and senior choruses
and by the Rhythm band. A fea
ture of the evening will be a",
clever or - act play in which are
cast the four eighth grade gradu
ates and rme of th? high school
students. The boys' orchestra will
offer the concluding numbers.
The public is invited to attend.
imrii:n is fall
SHELBl'RV. June 5 J. f.
-'hIion s'i-tained painful lacera
tions and bruises about the head
and face when he fell from a trail
er Wednesday. Ben Miller who
has been under treatment in the
Albany hospital for a month. Is
reported to be somewhat improved.
TAKES STATIOX JOB
SILVERTONT. June S Amoe
Green, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Green, has accepted a po
sition as manager of a service sta
tion in connection with Chick Inn
N'EW ARRIVAL IS GIRL
SILVERTON HILLS, June 3
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Porter are an
nouncing the birth of a Feven
ponnd daughter Monday at the
Bnnenlow Maternity home at Sa-leTi.
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