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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thnrsday Morning, September 28, 1933
and Club Affairs
Jessie Steele, Society Editor
Zontas Will. Meet
The Salem Zontas club will
tneet or luncheon today at the
Marlon hotel. Dr. Helen Pearce.
president, will preside.
Mrs. Hannah Martin, lieutenant
general of the NRA, will be the
principal speaker. She will talk on
the National Recovery Act.- Wen
dell Robinson will present vocal
Business of the afternoon will
Include a discussion of the district
six Northwest division conference
to be held at the Heath man hotel
in Portland October 7 and 8.
; . .e
Lodges Celebrate 82nd
The Rebekahs and Odd Fellows
met jointly Monday night in the
Odd Fellows hall in honor of the
(2nd anniversary of Odd Fellow
ship, with a good attendance of
members of the orders and their
families and friends.
The program committee of Ger
trude Cummings; Luella Engstrom
and Christinia Cladek had the fol
lowing program arranged: read
ing, history and advancement of
Odd Fellowship, by Evelyn Hese
man; vocal solo by Ronald Cra
ven, accompanied by Ruth Bed
ford; toe dancing by Jeanne
Adams, accompanied by Jeanne
Cladek; readings by Beulah Gra
ham; marimba solo by Ha Hoffer;
reading by Veva Garrett
At a late hour the committee
of Iviadeen Hubbard, Helen Mc
iLeod and Daisy Hayden served
' refreshments in jthe dining rooms.
T The Rebekahs enjoyed a joint
f meeting wlthlthe Odd Fellows
: Wednesday evening for an !ent-
j tuinment. -'
Mrs. Vernon Douglas
j A group of prominent South
Salem matrons were entertained
Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Vernon A. Douglas. Bas
kets of bright fall 'flowers deco
rated the guest rooms and the af
ternoon was spent' informally.
-Mrs. E. S. Oliver v. as a special
guest: Others bidden were Mrs. C.
A. Downs, Mrs. Knight "Pearcy,
Mrs. Carl Emmons, Mrs. Robert
Boardman, Mrs. L. B. Endicott,
Mr3. Oliver Huston. Mrs. II. R.
White, Mrs. Edwin Viesko, Mrs.
Michael Panek, and hostess, Mrs.
A. A. U. W. Classes to
The educational division of the
A. A. U. W., under the direction
of Mrs. H. B. Reilly. will hold an
open meeting Friday night at
the public library ror anyone in
terested in enrolling in French,
German or grammar classes.
The classes are sponsored each
year by the A. A. U W. There is
Thursday, September 28
Faculty woman's club meets, Lauanne hall, 2:30
Westway club of the Woman's Benefit association
meets at home of Mrs. Avis Perrine, 776 N. Cottage.
2:30 p. m. Good attendance requested.
U. S. Grant circle No. 2r ladles of G. A. R., to be en
tertained at home of Mrs. Sarah E. Oliver, 340 S. Winter,
2 to 4 p. m. , '
Woman's Relief corps silver tea at home of Mrs.
Louisa Koon, 465 Marion St., 2 p. m. All friends invited.
- Friday, September 29
. South Salem W. C. T. U. meets 2 p. m., Leslie hall.
Election of officers, speaker and tea.
Sketching class. Salem Arts League, open meeting in
fireplace room of public library, 7:30 to 9 p. m. Mrs.
Ella Hathaway, leader.
Past Matron's association of Chadwick Chapter meets
with Mrs. Ida Godfrey. 7:30 dinner.
Hal Hibbard auxiliary business meeting, 2 p. m.,
Lions ciub benefit dance, old-time and modern.
Tuesday, October 3
Bridge classes under direction of Mrs. William H.
Quinn, beginners at 2 p. m., advanced 3:30 p. m. Tourna
ment at 8 p. m. Marion Hotel.
Succinct Questions, Answers, Rules
On Bridge Tourney; Starts Tuesday
To answer an increasing num
ber of questions concerning the
contract bridge tournament and
school which will be held in Sa
lem each Tuesday beginning next
week, October 3, The Oregon
Statesman today lists the most
commonly asked questions, to
gether with answers. It also out
lines the basic rules for the tour
nament. Who can register?
Any person, living In Marion,
Polk or Linn counties who is in
terested in contract bridge.
Where can we register?
At'The Oregon Statesman office
or at the Marion hotel.
Can we register as a mixed
Yes. Any two people may reg
ister, a man and a woman, two
women, two men.
Can we choose the section
in which we wish to play? For
example, North and South, East
No. that would be impractic
able. Tickets will be printed, num
bered by pairs and sold in con
Can we use any system we like
Yes. The different systems add
zest to the bidding and play.
How large will sections be?
Nine tables in each section. The
sections are kept small to avoid
confusion and delay.
What laws will govern the tour
imiitent? It is only recently that a code
of laws has been promulgated for
duplicate play. Thkt-tode was pre
sented by a joint committee rep
resenting (1) American Bridge
league, (2) United States Bridge
association and (3) American
Whist league. No effort was
spared to formulate laws which
would be adequate in every situa
tion, and yet would impose no un
necessary restrictions to interfere
with the enjoyment of the game.
.The code of laws will be published
in full in The Oregon Statesman.
Does one change partners in an
He does not. The same couple
plays throughout one evening. In
asmuch as individual scores are
play, the same pair progresses to
gether. The following general rules con
cerning the tournament have been
drawn up by The Statesman in co
operation with Mrs. Qulnn and
1. Play will begin each Tuesday
evening promptly at S p. m. at
the Marion hotel, and will con
tinue each Tuesday night from
October 3 to November 21, in
clusive. 2. No experience in tournament
play whatever Js required but
players are limited to residence in
Marion, Polk and Linn counties.
3. Entries must be made in
pairs and the same pair will play
together throughout the evening.
As the tournament awards will go
to individual scores, pairs may
change from one evening to an
other. 4. Play will be In sections of
not to exceed nine tables each
with prizes for high players and
runners-up In each section as well
as for high scores for entire eve
ning. 5. In submitting scores for
grand prize, any six evenings'
scores out of eight may be en
tered, so failure to play one or
two nights will not disqualify a
player or a pair.
6. Hign scores will be an
nounced from week to week in
7. Play will be on duplicate
boards under nationally accepted
tournament rules; each player al
ter he has bid and played a hand,
will have opportunity to see what
the preceding player bid on the
same hand and what was made. j
8. Each player must secure a
ticket before the play from the
Marion hotel. Tickets cost 50 cents
a player and from this sum prizes
and all tournament costs are de
frayed. 9. Mixed pairs a man and
woman, a man and man or a wom
an and a woman are all welcome
10. The ticket you secure will
give your assignment to your table
and your position, i. e. north and
south or east and west. Groups
who wish to play in the same sec
tion can buy tickets simultan-
The Oregon Federation of Wo
men's Clubs met last week end
in Portland at the Heathman ho
tel for a state conference. Mrs.
Hannah Martin, corresponding
secretary for the board of the
federation, was the Salem dele
gate. Department and division chair
men met with the board nd re
ported activities of the past year
as "well as plans for the future.
They endorsed the 'stop clause"
of the retail NRA code, and dis
patched numerous messages of
: Among them was a telegram
to Arthur Henderson, president
of the disarmament council in
Geneva, expressing the hope that
the Geneva conference 'starting
October 18 will bring about sub
stantial reduction In armaments.
A message was sent to President
Roosevelt urging that no change
be made to effect the original
plan for the Bonneville dam, the
construction of which means so
much to Oregon power, transpor
tation and unemployment relief.
A report on scholarship loan
activities of the past year reveal
ed that 81 girls had been helped
through college with a total sum
of $12,000 loaned to them. Out
of this number, 61 have already
paid back over 38000 of the
money. Thirty - seven girls were
given a start in school this fall
from the fund.
J. Y. P. L. Club to
Have Rally Oct. 7
Michio Ito Lauded For
, Michio Ito, who has seen call
ed ; "Japan spiritual ambassa
dor in the Occident,' and a group
of noted ' solo dancers who are
scheduled to! appear at the Grand
theatre October 10 under the
auspices of the MacDowell club
have received extravagant praise
wherever they have presented
The New York Herald-Tribune
says: "Michio Ito's mastery of
technique and projection of an
individual style in the dance hare
made him one of the most inter
esting figures now before the
public His presentations are
marvels of spontaneity, of spirit
ual and Physical accord. His cos
tumes are beantlfnl and appro
priate." The Musical Courier character
ises Ito's adncing as follows: "It
it true Japanese art; imaginative,
but yet very definite. His work
Is that of the finished artist, ev
ery detail of movement apparent
ly having been worked out with
the greatest care. In his Chines
group his face was used most ef
fectively for phrasing some
thing which must be seen to be
Miss Markham Guest
Miss Helen Markham was com
plimented on the occasion of her
birthday anniversary with a fire
side bridge party at ther home of
Miss Vonda Forster Tuesday
night. Gladioli, zinnias and asters
in mixed bouquets were used for
the decorative note.
Two tables of bridge were In
play, with honors going to Miss
Vida Forster and Miss Alberta
Heckinger. Miss Vida Forster as
sisted her sister at the refresh
Present to honor Miss Mark
ham were Miss Virginia Goldade,
Miss Ruth Geer. Miss Edith
Markham, Miss Alberta Hecking
er, Miss Vida Forster and hostess.
Miss Vonda Forster.
As Schools Open in Bethany,
Evans Valley and Brush
At a business meeting of the
J. Y. P. L. club Saturday night
announcement oi iub annual mi- i ,.
ly to be held October 7 was made. Danquet compliments
Hoshie Watanabe will be in I
kept, a person may play with aieously; otherwise your position
auierem partner at a subsequent j will entirely depend on your ticket
ening but during one night's 1 which is sold in numerical order.
charge of arrangements for the
program and Emi Yoda and Tom
my Ogura directors of the social
Plans for the J. Y. P. L. bazaar
to be held in November were also
discussed and the following com
mittee appointed by the president,
Jessie Fukuda: Tommy Agura,
general arrangements; Martha
Okuda, foods; Hoshie Watanabe,
entertainment; Hiroshl Kaneko,
Proceeds of the bazaar will be
used to send delegates to the J.
P. C. C. in Seattle the last of
November. A joint Halloween
party of the J. Y. P. L. and the
American Lutheran league will be
held at the home of Gladys Edgar
BETHANY, Sept, 27. Thirty
five pupils were present at open
ing day at Bethany school Monday
when Mrs. Enrol Ross as princi
pal and Mrs. Stewart MeClure In
charge of the primary division.
Others are expected before the
end of the week. The entire en
rollment is expected to be between
40 and 45.
There were 42 at the school
last year. Of these eight were
graduated and of the eight six are
attending high school at Silver
ton. The six are Alma Carpenter,
Marvel Grinde, Alice Koster,
Goodrun Walen, Lloyd English
and Floyd Ellertson.
The patrons of the school are
busy now building a new wood
shed to the school, so arranged
that ! it will also accomodate the
cars driven by the teachers.
The. community meeting of the
Bethany district will begin tb
third FHWay night in October. An
ton Dahl will act as secretary.
teer of Salem Installed th fol
lowing officers tor the Legion
naires: First Tice-commander, Sim
F. Etxel; second. Tice-commander,
Earl Allen; finance officer, Fred
Albus; chaplain. Dr. W. VJ
Adams; historian, Percy Hiatt;
sergeant-at-arms, Frank Bartson;
executive committee, Herman
Hassler, John Bodeker, Se Jmer
Brown, R. V. Carlson and George
The auxiliary officers who were
installed by Mrs. Fred Diner, dis
trict president, were; President,
Sue Tnel; first rice - president,
Florence Adams; second rice-president,
Eva Humphreys; secretary
treasurer, Tresa Duncan; histor
ian, Evelyn Jordan; sergeant-atr
arms. Gladys John; chaplain, Ben
Joe L. Pounds was chairman
of the program and address of
welcome was given by Harry
Humphreys. Various visitors
Mrs. W. V. Adams and Mrs.
Gweneth Mielke favored with vo
cal duets and Max Hurlbutt and
Max Christensen of Salem also
gave applauded numbers. Follow
ing th. meeting dancing and re
freshments were enjoyed.
28 at Evans Valley
EVANS VALLEY, Sept. 27.
School in the Evans Valley dis
trict opened Monday with 28 pu
pils on hand. More are expected
to enter during the week or at
the beginning of next week. Miss
Delia Ballangrud is the teacher.
This is her first school and she
drives forth and back from Sil-verton.
Eight at Brush Creek
BRUSH CREEK, Sept. 26.
Brush Creek opened Monday with
but 8 pupils. Miss Inga Goplerud,
daughter of John Goplerud, is the
teacher. Miss Goplerud is a grad
uate of the University of Oregon,
finishing with the class of 1932.
Last winter she attended classes
at the academy at Mount Angel.
A farewell banquet in honor of
Mrs. Arlene Brown and Byron
Lleuallen was held in the audi
torium of Miller's department
store Wednesday night. B. E. Sis-
son was In charge of arrange
ments. Seventy - five employees
of the firm attended.
Musical numbers and skits
were presented during the dinner
hour which was followed by an
informal social evening.
Mrs. Brown Is a member of the
American Legion auxiliary quar
tet and Mr. Lieuallen-ot the le
gion drum corps. They will leave
with the respective organizations
for Chicago today.
LEGION IT SM0N
BPW Club Has Dinner
J. U. G. Club Feted at Tuesday Night
STAYTON, Sept. 27. The an
nual joint election of the officers
of Stayton post American Legion
and the Auxiliary was held Mon
day night with about 50 present,
including visitors coming from
Salem, Silverton and Newberg.
District Commander E. Palma-
SUNDAY SCHOOL HAS
H OFFICERS M
SILVERTON, Sept. 27. Instal
lation of officers at the Methodist
Sunday school was a feature of
the Sunday morning service, with
Mrs. C. J. Hall in charge of the
Those Installed were Mrs. E6V
son (jomstocK. superintendent.
primary department ; Mrs. Albert
Grinde, teacher, primary pupils;
Mrs. M. S. Chandler, secretary
treasurer, primary; F. J. Roubal,
Mrs. Roscoe Langley, Mrs. George
Isrealson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Davis, Fred Baker, I. B. Alfred,
C. F. Folsom, Mrs. G.-W. Loomis
and Mrs. Hugh Small, teachers in
the junior and senior depart
ments; officers: Miss Orma Day,
secretary; Miss AHcj Miles, as
sistant secretary; Kerineth Isreal
son, treasurer; Miss Grace Fol
som, choir director; Miss Mar
garet Langley, pianist; Miss Kath
ryne Morrison, librarian, and Miss
Elaine Clower, superintendent.
Promotions in Sunday school
followed the installation of officers.
G S U
Plas and Hettwer Join In
. spection Tour of Coun
ty Potato Growers
SCOTTS MILLS, Sept. 27.
Hugh Magee was pleasantly -surprised
at his home at Crooked
Finger Saturday night, the oc
casion being Jils birthday. Cetera
were laid for Hie honor guest, Mr.
Magee, Mr .and Mrs. Georte
Haynes, Mrv and Mrs. W.' T.
Hogg, Mr. and Mrs. John Pias
and Mrs. Hugh Magee. ,
Panl Shepherd, who has been
with the CCC camp near Prine-
ville since June, -visited bis -far
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shep
herd, over the weekend. Paul
states they will be leaving there
soon, presumably near the coast
Averitt 'Donagan, a senior at
O. S. C. this year left for school
John Plas and Albert Hettwet
joined an. Inspection tour
Clackamas county S a t n r d-i
sponsored by the Clackamas
County Potato Growers associa
tion. Mrs. A. A. Gersch, who had
been In the hospital for several
days, following an auto accident
in which she suffered a broken
collar bone, was able to be meved
to her home at Noble Saturday.
LA UGH LIN'S MOVE
SILVERTON HILLS. Sept. 27.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Laughlin,
who have been living here for the
past year, have moved to Silverton
where they are living at 637 West
Main street, known as the old Lin
IS REAL PROBLEM
SUNNYSIDE, Sept 27 Prune
picking is on with rain every dsy
which is uad on the prunes vand
workers. The haulers in the or
chards aro alost mired down in
getting tne prunes to dryer-the
growers ep riencing one of the
most try'ng seasons of rodent
years. Fruit has ripenei in a most
freakish fashion with some picked
and in the dryers and others-Vail
green on the trees.
The county road work no- be
ing done in this district has put
the road in such a condition that
it is almost Impossible f jt ilia
prune men to pet tne prunes to
the dryers. Every thing conceiv
able is being used to move the
crop. Some gowers are hauling
out with tractois. Tt.e prie or
wage for picking has neccesarily
School Is In full sway with
about 30 pupils and one teacnei.
A new system is being tried out.
Past Matrons and Patrons of Star
Chapter at Woodburn are Honored
Lola M. Mulkey Bride of Kenneth Dickinson ;
" "Dress ' uj3M day Enjoyed by Club
The J. U. G. club of Neighbors
of Woodcraft met at the home of
Mrs. Mildred Forgey Monday eve
ning for an Informal affair.
Besides the guests of honor,
Miss Bessie St. Clair and Miss
Claudia Townsend, the following
members were present: Mrs. Nora
Busty, Mrs. Jennie Shelton, Mrs.
Sarah McNeil, Mrs. Lena Schultz,
Miss Irma Walker, Miss Marjorie
Liviker, Mrs. Hallie Lynch, Mrs.
Florence Bressler, Miss Mary
Maley, Miss Ruth Drake, Miss Eva
Goff, Miss Lillian Kayser, Mrs.
Dorothy Walker, Mrs. Bertha Ray
and the hostess, Mrs. Mildred
Mrs. Kaiser Hostess
At Bridge Tea
A delightful bridge tea was giv
en Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
Clyde N. Kaiser. Autumn flowers
In brilliant hues of red and or
ange made the guest rooms at
Two tables of contract were in
play, honors going to Mrs. Malcom
The guest list - Included Mrs.
William H. Rush, Mrs. Elmo W.
McMillan, Mrs. Harvey W. Parker,
Mrs. Clifford B. Bentson, Mrs.
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Address order , to Taa , Orefea
Atstesaaaa ratters Department, 241
West 17th SL, Kew Tork City. j
Woodburn. The marriage of i ton and Miss Sarah Isabell Wohl-
Mlss Lola Marie Mulkey, daughter If jremuth. daurhter of Mr and Mr
of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Mulkey,. Fred Wohlgemuth, of Scotts Mills I Robert B. Brennan, Mrs. Walter
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Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Dickinson, was
solemnized Sunday afternoon at
the First Christian church. Rev.
Conley D, Silsby officiated. The
bride wore a dress of white satin
with long sleeves and full length
veil caught with orange blossoms.
She carried a shower bouquet of
pink rosebuds and fern. Miss Ina
Mulkey, sister of the bride, was
bridesmaid. Elmer June acted as
beet man. MIsg Carol Minaker
sang "I Love You Truly" preced
ing the ceremony. Miss W i I m a
Morrison played the wedding mu
A reception at the church fol
lowed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Dickinson were both popular
members of the younger set of
Woodburn. They will make their
home; in Portland.
KIngwood. Mrs. H. A. Cross
entertained Tuesday afternoon for
the annual "dress up" day of the
Laurel. Social Hour club. Special
guests were Mrs. John Showalter
of San Bernardino, Calif., and
Mrs. Harold Mace of Spokane.
Miss Viola Jennings was assist
ant hostess. At the next meeting.
Tuesday, October 3, election of of
ficers will be held.
Mill City.-M embers of the
Iill City Rebekah lodge enter
tained tne state president, Mrs
Esther Frisbe Bond of Halsey Fri
day night at a special meeting.
Accompanying Mrs. Bond to Mill
City were her husband, B. M.
Bond, and Mrs. Clara LaFollette
of Halsey. The local officers ex
emplified the work, at this offi
cial visit. Saturday! many of the
members and the officers attend
ed the district meeting of the
order at Gates. Ida Fleetwood was
elected to the office of district
conductor and Millie LaVlne" to
the office of right support to the
Sllrerton, Harry R. Turrell
son of Mrs. C. E. Dahl, of Silver-
The Salem B. P. W. club en-1
joyed a dinner meeting Tuesday j
night at the Masonic temple. Cov- j
ers were placed for 32 guests.
Miss Elizabeth Clement pre
sented Tocal numbers on the
musical program The club laid
plans for an attendance contest.
and Mrs. LaMoine Clark parlia
mentarian, gave a drill.
Miss" Grace Elizabeth Smith
spoke on the constitution, which
was the first of a Beries of simi
t talks to be given this winter.
Miss Edith Burch was elected
The next meeting of the B. P.
W. will be held October 23.
The associated charities is ur
gently in need of vegetables of
any kind. A similar call was sent
out a few weeks ago and a liberal
response received but the supply
obb oecome einausieu. ruuiueo
and onions are especially needed.
If donors will call 3557 the vege
tables will be called for.
Mrs. Grant Shelton of Toppen-
ish. Wash., and Mrs. G r o v e r
Conklin of Yakima, Wash., were
weekend guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bosler. . .
Miss Christina Harold has been
house guest of Mrs. Arthur
These wool frocks in Ahe fall colors of
brown, green, red and black come in
plain and many novelty weaves.
1.95 to 5.95
were married at Vancouver. I M. Cllne, Mrs. Malcom G. Smith
Wash., Thursday last, at the home d hostess, Mrs. Clyde N. Kaiser.
of the Rev. Reef e. Methodist naa- 11 .-
nvdf" J"!11 Church Council Meets
street at Silverton. ror DUSinesS. 1 ea
Woodburn, Past matrons and
past patrons, numbering 20, were
honor guests o f the Woodburn
Evergreen assembly, 'Order of
Eastern star, at the Masonic tern
pie Monday night.
Those who spoke are, in the
order of their tenance of . office:
Mrs. Mabel Settlemeier, Mrs. Min
nie Richards, Mrs. Maude Mochel,
Mrs. Carrie Young, Mrs. Delia
Overton, Mrs. Maude Scott. Mrs.
caith Mccord, Mrs. Eleanor Vick-
ers, Mrs. Gertrude Beach. Miss
Gladys Adams, Mrs. Carolyn Et-
enden. and Miss Elfa Lvtle. all
past. matrons of the Evergreen
chapter; Mrs; Nellie Mulr. past
matron of Bethlehem chapter No.
342 or Moro, Oregon: Mrs. Ida
Garrison, past matron of Martha
Washington chapter in Arkansas.
Past patrons were Frank Settle-
mier, Thomas Sims, Hirma Over
ton, Robert Scott, Howard SayTe,
ana Jesse Flkan.
There was a short oroirram.
Mrs. Nina Rlngo sang a group of
vocal solos: Miss Barbara Esnv
gave a reading: Miss Muriel Beck-
man and Miss Jean Beers played
a piano duet; and Mrs. Opal Mas-
sey gave a reading.
Mrs. Lytle was head of the com
mittee in charge. -
Silverton. Mrs. M. GVGunder-
on was hostess Monday night tp
members oi-Trlnlty Sunday school
faculty. Present, for the evening
were the Rev. H. L. Fossr Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Olsen, Miss Lllliean
Block, Helen Tingelstad, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Larson, Miss Viola Lar
son,. Silas Torvend, Mr. and Mrs,
Henry Torvend, Mr. aidMrs. Sam
Torvend, .Mr. and Mrs Lv H. Meyj
er ana airs. 'Karen Larson, v v vrt
The Women's C o u n c i 1 of the
First Christian church met Tues
day afternoon in the church par
lors. Mrs. N. J. Reasner read the
devotions and Mrs. Fred J. Tooze
was the speaker of the afternoon.
A musical program made up of
numbers by Prof. Loren Davidson
and Lela Wagner was presented.
Tea was- served after the business
The Salem Professional -Photo
graphers met at the Gunnell and
Robb studio last evening for their
first meeting of the fall season.
Business measures were discussed
and the latest draft of the NRA
code was read. An active winter's
work is .planned . by the associa
tion. The studios s represented last
evening were VCyn" Cronlse, J. O.
Brown. Howard " D. Trover and
Gunnell and Robb studio.
The American Legion auxiliary
trio and quartette will leave to
day for Chicago to defend their
national title and compete for fur
ther honors. Those making the
trip are Miss Lena Belle Tartar,
director; Miss Edith Findley, ac
companist: Mrs. F. Ivan Brown.
Mrs. Walter Zosel, Mrs. D. Bowe
and Mrs. Robert Wyatt,
The senior department of the
First Presbyterian church . school
win honor its graduating classes
with a supper, and program In
the church social hall Friday
night. The' committee in charge
includes Mrs. L. J. Stutt. Mrs. Mc
Gilcbrist, -N. M. Finkblner, Gas
Moore and J. J. Fitzsimons. -
Mr. and Mrs. George W..Met
tler and Miss Jessie Farrell of
Portland were 'house ' guests of
O. EPricej recently 4r c ii-
DAYTON HIGH MS
DAYTON, Sept. 27. Class of
ficers elected by Dayton union
high school students are: Senior,
Annabel . Nelson, president;
George Smith, vice - president;
Evelyn Bond, secretary; Estaline
Mattecheck, treasurer; Professor
Floyd Root, advisor. ,
Junior class: Edward Clow,
president: 'William Hadley, .vice
president r Glay Scion, secretary
treasurer; Miss Mabel Cupper, ad
viser. Sophomore class: Buell Martin,
president; Gordon Duzan, rice-
president: Rose Teague, secret
tary - treasurer;' Velton Goodrich,
councilman; J. L. Wursten, ad
viser. : Freshman class: John Trent,
president; Mason Demaray, vice
president; Muriel Stoutenburg,
secretary - treasurer; Miss Gwen
dolyn Foss, adviser.
Student body officers are: Gor
don Randall, president; Rosa
mond Grabenhorst, recretary;
Dorothy May, treasurer; Verda
Magness, reporter. .
Kay Change Tew ChtWa IJf
XI one or more of your chil
dren falls In an examination
or doesnt com up to .your
expectations tat school. It may
be your fault. An examination
wUl disclose the need for cor
rected vision if that to the
reason, and nay save wear
ing (lasses continuously later.
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