The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 15, 1938, Page 3, Image 3

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Pythian Sisters District Weeh. Silverton
Th OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Simday , Morning, May 15, 1938 1
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Nine Temples
To Take Part
Many Events on Program;
Over 200 Expected to
" Attend Banquet
SILVERTON The twenty
ninth annual convention of rythl
an Sisters of District Koi 3 com
prising the temples cf Alpha
No. 1, Albany Oitral'a! No. 11.
Salem; Leodas of Scio, ! Home
Temple of Silreiton; Hc'metta
of Eugene; Alietta of Coivallis;
Will amette of Independence;
Santiam of Lebanon and! Dalore
of Dallas, will be held at fci'ver
ton Thursday at the Kninbts of
Pythias hall with Nada Le
Grlnde, DOBC, presiding.
The convention will open at
1 o'clock for registratio i and
at 1:30 for the eneral sotsion.
Invocation will be given by Ella
.Knight of Silvertou. Mrs Essie
Specht. will give the addrtps of
welcome with a reaponse from
Ethel Murphy of . Albany Or
chestra and octette numbers will
be offered by the public school
under the direction of Miss Ber
tha Aim. Miss Jean MeCIana
than will play a piano solo. There
will be horn and taxopbon num
bers by high school boys. Wil
lamette temple of independence
will exemplify the Ballot March;
Pearl Kinzer of Salem, senioi su
preme representative, will give
the report of the supreme tem
ple .meeting at Detroit, - Mich.
Mrs. William M. Swift wi l give
a violin solo.
Banquet Arranged
The banquet will be he'd In
the banquet room of he Knights
of. Pythias at 6 o'clock. Over
200 guests are expected to at
tend this. - In charge of general
arrangements are Mrs. Elizabeth
' Cooley. Leola Bentsoa and Olive
Morely. assisted by Ida Wil slow,
Elsie Nelson, Henrietta Loe. The
toastmistress for the evening
banquet will be Lucinda de
Burgh, grand senior of Eugene,
with Cobu deLespinasse of Hub
bard as pep song leader.
- From 7:30 until 8 p. m.. a
band concert will be given by the
American Lesion Junior 5 band
with Hal Campbell as direrior
, The evening sessions will open
at 8 p. m... with C. Eastman,
former mayor, representing May
' or Wilbur Moffett who plans to
be out of town. J- -
A short program will be given
consisting of instrumental num
bers by Violet Herigstad Byberg;
violin solos by . Irene -Morley
Franke, vocal selections by Fran
ces Nelson. Clara 'Moss, grand
chief of Oregon, win speak.
. Among the - outstanding offi
cers expected to bp present is
Past Supreme Chief Cora -M.
Davis of Portland. "
Offer Dejcree- Work
The Knights' initiation will be
exemplified by the offlors of
Santiam temple of Lebanon, as
sisted by the degree staff of II el-,
metta temple of " Eugene. The
women's Initiatory ceremony will
be exemplified by the officers of
Dalore temple of Dallas, assisted
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Grangers' News
LIBERTY The Grange Home
Economics club held an all-day
quilting at the grange hall Thurs
day. A contribution to the Spence
memorial fund, the grange's
scholarship loan fund, wis voted.
Luncheon was served to Mrs,
C. D. Curtis, Mrs. Oscar Dencer,
Mrs. Fred Nor tin-up, Mrs Wil
liam Zosel. Mrs. Franki Kolsky.
Mrs. Victor Ballantyne Mrs.
Grant Teter. Mrs. V. R. tiallas.
Mrs. John Dasch. Mrs. Bc-rhow,
Mrs. Voigt and Mrs. Anna Rob
bins. : j
FAIRFIELD Monitor grange
was well represented Friday night
at the regular grange meeting
held at Fairfield. IS members and
several 'guests attending. Other
visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jones
of Macleay. - ) .; ' -
During lecturer's hour the fol
lowing program was presented:
songs. Hobo trio: reading. Mrs.
Nesson: piano selection, Virginia
Watts; harmonica,: Grover Pom
eroy, Frank Smith; songs, Mil
dred Livingston; stunt by five
members; music. Hobo trio.
The committee members for so
cial night announced that a pub
lic dance would be an event of
Friday night. May 27, with Paul
Winslow and his orchestra.
Pratum Graduates
Two on Tuesday
PRATUM Marion Beutler and
Elsie Roth will graduate from
Pratum school at ceremonies
Tuesday, May 17.
The program:-
Invocation., i ;....Re. J. M. Frm
Son ..: 4 School
Plj Lower Grade,
Exercise "Flower and Dew"
..Betty Jean Harlor, Aleda Rehni
Trimarr cextette "On th Way to
School." "Tli, Polliwog''
Play ;. .1 tpper Grade
tper Grade ckora"Iear Old Oreeon"
Graduation inarch ; ..Pearly Jenaon
"The Joya of School Life". .
..4 3Iariori Beutler
Valedictory i; Elgie Both
"Our Bonnie Graduatei" Carman Roth
Address Rer. Orral Whitman
Preientation of . IMplomai John Roth
Chairman of School Board
Beredjction ...... .Rer. J. M. Franx
- Mfes Grace Klampe, teacher,
will also bo here next yeari
by the degree! starf of He'metta
of Eugene.
Convention j officers are DD
GC. ;Nada Lee Grinde; DDPGC.
Helen M. Wrightnian; DDS. May
Wyman of Albany; DDJ, Azile
Hixton of Salem; PGP, Queen
Wood of Independence; DGP,
Gladys Leffler of . Scio; DGG.
Jennie Jones of Scio.
Convention j committees are
law committee, Clara Moss, GC;
Pearl Klmer.i 3SP; and Susie
Parmenter, PSR; reception. Hel
en!. Wrightman. Goldle Pown.
Ella Knight; I registration and
badges, Henrietta Loe, Emma
Kaufman, Myrtle Eastman and
Myrtle Mehl ? -corsages. "t Sara
Adams; Emma Kaufman; enter
tainment, Irene - Roubal. Helen
Wrightman: program end print
ing, Henrietta. Loe. Emma Kauf
man, Nada Lee Grinde; banquet;
Elizabeth Cooley, J,eola Bet t son;
I Olive Morley. Elsie Nelson, Hen
rietta Loe and Ida WInajow
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50th Year of
Sodality Today
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Mt. Angel Students Plan
Golden Jubilee With
Service at 10:50 !
MT. ANGEL- ThV golden Jubi
lee of the founding of the Blessed
Virgin Sodality among the stu
dents of Mt. Angel college will-be
celebrated Sunday, May 15, at
10:50 a. m., with outdoor relig
ious services. f
The Mt. Rev. Abbot Thomas
Meier will officiate at the solemn
benediction to; be held at the
grotto on the college grounds.
The abbot and his assistants will
vest in the seminary building and
students and religious will march
in procession to the grotto. Here
"Salve Mater" and "Emitte Spir
itum Tuum" will be chanted after
which Rev. Joseph Heesacker of
Woodburn, an alumnus of the col
lege, will deliver the occasional
sermon. j
After' the benediction the stu
dents will sing the sodality hymn
and will then place their promises
on the shrine altar before return
ing in procession to the seminary
building. i
. The celebration is expected to
be outstandingly beautiful. f
Sander Oratory Winner
George A. Sander, ' sophomore
from Tillamook, was adjudged
winner In the Mt. Angel college
oratory contest, it was announced
Friday. Sander's subject was "The
Case for Decency," In which he
attacked t the obscene literature
flooding the country.
Judges were the Rev. John
Dunn, pastor of St. Vincent's
ehurch, Salem; Carl Herbring,
Portland attorney; and Edward
Weber, bank employe of Portland.
Sander will be awarded the gold
medal for oratory at the college
commencement exercises June 5.
The other three contestants in
the oratory finals were Ivo Baii
man, Gregory Lair and Thomas
Marion Class to
Graduate Monday
. MARION ' Graduation exer
cises for Marlon class have been
set for Monday iljht. May 16. in
the WOW hall. Mrs. "ary Ful
kerson, county school superin
tendent, will speak and diplomas
will Ira presented by Mrs. Fred
Schernacker, chairman of the
board. "j. '
The annual school picnic will
be held on the rchool grounds
Friday, May 20. There will be
a basket dinner at noon with
field sports in the afternoon.! All
patrons of the district are j es
pecially Invited. . :
The woman's sewing club was
pleasantly entertained at ; the
home of Mrs. V. M. Philips. Work
on the two club quilts occupied
-the day. V :
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West Salem News
i WEST SALEM The West Sa
lem school will cave an exhibit
Thursday night. May 19, from 7
to 9 p.m., this will take the place
of the usual May day. AH rooms
in- both buildings will be open.
Parents and friends are invited
to attend. ; - '
: As in the state at large re
publicans . -predominate in West
Salem. There are 512 republic
ans, 472 democrats and 1. mis
cellaneous. '
'1 The West Salem Woman' club
held their last meeting of the
season Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. T. J. Shipler. .Seventeen
members and' six guests t were
present. Mrs. R. L. Foster, out
glng president, gave a summary
of the activities of the club the
past year. Mrs. J. M. 1 isher.
club treasurer, gave the Lnnuai
report. ' ' . "
a The Womans club has voted to
have as their project the co ea
rning year: "To aid the other
organizations in the improme
ment of Rosemont Park, located
on Rosemont avenue.
- Wednesday, May 25, the club
will give a silver tea at the home
of Mrs. R. L. Forster; the jublic
is invited.
r Following the business meet
ing a program was presented. ,
Assisting Mrs. ' Shlpler were
Mrs. J. M. Fisher, Mrs. J. R.
Bedford, Misses Ruth and Betty
Bedford. '
: Zarell Brown has returned
from. San Francisco where he
was a delegate to the national
Junior Red Cross conference.
Mrs. Rose Pfeifauf left Thurs
day night for Twin Falls Idaho,
to visit her daughter and family
the C. E. Greens.
:: Mrs. R. L. Forster will enter
tain with a silver tea Wednesday
afternoon at 2:00, May 18. As
sisting her will be Mrs Carl
Pyeatt, Mrs. William La Due,
Mrs. Arthur Hathaway, Mrs Ida
The Jolly Time Quilting club
met Tuesday all day at the home
of Mrs. Phil Hathaway for their
last meeting this season. Meet
ings will be resumed again 'd the
fall. The. president, Mrs. Matha
way, was surprised with, a hand
kerchief showed. Member? pres
ent were: Mesdames Hosier Har
rison, W. F. SJxton, Martha Rier
son, E. A. Dickson, W. D. Phil
lips, G o r g e Laythrop. E. S.
Coots, Rohent Kitterman and the
hostess, Mrs. Hathaway.
Norwegian Fourth
Will Be Observed
SILVERTON The Norwegfan
"Fourth of July," May 17 will
be observed Tuesday night af
Trinity church with a program
given by the Trinity Ladles' Aid
society.- Program nurabera will
include a reading hy Althea Mey
ers, a vocal duet by Annabelle
Jensen and Eunice Fuhr; a piano
solo by Loia , Legard, a vpcal
solo by Raymond Dahlem, and
an address by Rev. M. Andres
en. Norwegian cookies and ,"Rom
me Grot" will be among the re
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May Festivity
Draws Throng
Exercises Are Colorful ;
Lilith Neal Crowned as
Queen of May
SILVERTON McGinnls field
was packed Friday afternoon for
the annual May Day festivities
given by the Silver ton schools.
Eighth grade pupils from rural
schools and Dallas school were in
vited to attend and many accept
ed. The entire program was tarried
out beautifully , with Lilith Neal
as Queen of May. Her princesses,
In pastel gowns, were Eleanor
Bolme.'Betty Francis, Ruth Nel
son and Beatrice Leonard. George
DeClark was the crown bearer
and.; Wilda Fanning and Patricia
Regele the flower girls. Jim
Busch served as prime minister.
- Many Participate
The program Included Garland
dance, by girls' physical education
class; trumpeters, Maurice Sta
nley and' Harry Baker; queen's
procession; crowning of Quee'n
Lilith; queen's proclamation;
Starr-Reigger'a "Tale of - Vienna
Woods" by girls' glee club direc
ted by. Bertha Aim; May pole
dances, girls': physical education
class; .Brownies: and Fairies
dance, first grade; Flower dance,
second grade; Norwegian moun
tain March, third grade; Tantoll
dance, fourth grade; Irish. Jig,
fifth and sixth grade girls; Ox
dansen, .fifth and sixth grade
boys; tumbling, boys' physical ed
ucation class; Jack and Jill dance,
seventh and eighth grade girls.
The May Dajr festivities-closed
with the baseball game between
Silverton and Dallas, won by SU
verton 4 to 0.
Lyons Rebekahs
Choose Officers
LYONS The Rebekahs Wed
nesday ' night elected the follow
ing officers: Mrs. Lois Cortforth;
noble grand; Mrs. Elizabeth Wes
tenhouse, vice grand; Mrs. Hazel
Lewis, secretary, and Mrs. Clyde
Bressler, treasurer.
, At the social hour garnet and
refreshments weref furnished by
the committee, Mrs; Hazel Lewis
and Mrs. Theresa Crabtree.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith re
turned home Tuesday from their
trip in the south. They said Ore
gon looked good to then and
were glad to see the trees and
rain again. ;
i Mr. and. Mrs. oii Brothtrton
left Thursday morning for Min
nesota, where tbey will visit rel
atives. t I '
There was a good attendance
at the Ladles club Thursday.
They tied a quilt for the Bradys
who lost everything by fire. It
was decided that the club give
the election dinner and a com
mittee of .three was appointed to
take charge "Mrs. Clyde Brtssler,
Mrs. ' George Huffman and Mrs.
Floyd Bassett.
Eighth grade ' graduation exer
cises will be held in the Re sekah
hall Wednesday night, May 18.
Driving School Is
May 24, hilverton
SILVERTON Day and night
classes in safety driving school
will be conducted locally and
sponsored by the Silverton safety
council beginning May 24. The
night sessions will be held from
7 to 8 o'clock on. the school
grounds, with Chief of Police O.
W. Halverson cooperating with
state officers in charge.
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Bethany School's
Program Monday
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BETHANY Harold Satern will
present the .diplomas to the eighch
grade graduates Monday night at
Bethany school. Those completing
ing their work for diplomas in
clude Eunice Torvend, Luci!e
TschantS, Lois Frink, Hugh
Locke, Howard Nyseth, Stanley
Torvend, Elizabeth Granger, Del-
bert Kleen.i Levina Starzl, Ray
mond i Cook John Semb, Maryln
Dahl and Joan Bergan. Mr. Satern
Is chairman? of the school board.
The closing day of school has
been set fori Tuesday with a com
munity pienfe to be featured. .
Polk Dairy Tests
FulllTime Basis
Ray Iloblon Appointed to
Devote J Efforts
Member Herds
DALLAS4-Officers for ths Polk
County Republican club were
elected at a- meeting here Thurs
day night is follows: J. G. Mc
intosh of Independence, presi
dent; Roy E. Barker, seci etary.
and Frank Coad of Dallas, Rich
ard Van den Bosch of Pedee;
Mrs. Elmer Cook of West Salem,
Frank . Crawford of Zena. Ira
Powell of Mpnmouth, Perry Wells
of Bueha Vista, Dave Payle of
Buell and .George McCullorh of
West Salem vice presidents rep
resenting the eight districts in
the cpunty. f - - .
Several republican candidates
for office were present and spoke
at the meeting. M. S.-Schrock,
candidate for governor, - Walter
Norblad, candidate for. congress;
Edward J. Hines and Ralph
Howe, candidates for county sur
veyor; Lyle Thomas, candidate
for representative i-i state legis
lature. George Penson o Cor
vallis spoke in behalf ot the
candidacy of Dean Walker and
a talk was also given in behalf
of the candidacy of Clarence
Wagoner, candidate for gover
nor. Ladies of GAR Meet
Ladies of GAR met in the arm
ory club rooms Thursday after
noon with the president, Mts. El
mer Ray In -charge.
Four candidates were initiated:,
Mrs. T. L. Parsons, Mrs. Ralph
Howe,! Mrs. Andrew Siefarih and
Mrs. Melvini Cutler.
A memorial .service for Mrs.
Amy McCann, former member,
was held duHng the af terr.oonr.
Plans were made for placing
flags On-, thi graves of departed
comrades and sisters on Memorial
day. .!.!: . ----- - -
An jiinlvtation from the U. S.
Grant circle:; of the Ladies of the
GAR at Salem for a lunrneon
and afternoon meeting on June
2 was accepted by the group.
Hazel Dell Plans
Gracluation Event
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BETHAN Y Eighth grade
graduation program will be given
t fhdi Hazel Dell school Tuesday
night with those to refceive their
diplomas being Joan Satern and
Ruth ,CQbefly. Wayne Harding
will beiguest speaker.
The ' annual community school
picnic will be held Sunday at the
school i grounds.
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Former Scio Woman Gets
Assignment From Digest
. SCIO A S long distance call
from Mr. Joe Miller of San
Francisco: tqt her mother, Mrs. J.
F. Wesely, " here, revealed that
the Millers' plan to visit Scio
relatives in the near fdture. They
haev been assigned to write a
series of articles for the Headers"
Digest, an eastern monthly maga
zine. .
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Phone 6022
IHS Girls Plan
Carnival Friday
Betty Addison to Act as
"Snow White,; in Skit ; -
Plays Presented,
dison was selected to play the
part of MSnowwhite', in the IHS
Girls League carnival to bj held
in the gymnasium Friday night.
May 2l)J1toy Weaver was elected
to represent. "Prince Charming."
The dwarfs, msde up it the
girls' tumbling team, are to be
Jean Ellen Irvine and' Darlene
Hargin, Barbara Ruef and June
Brooks. Mary Aldrson ani Jean
Parks, Gloria Smith and Wanda
Crabtree, Eloise Larson and Lil
lian Holechek, Beth Purviur and
Caroline Syverson,. and Ma.-garet
Hassler and Margot Syverson.
This annual carnival is put on
to raise funds for the Girls'
Leagua activities.
The public speaking el ah pre
sented their annual three one
act plays Thursday night before
a large audience. The plays
were directed by students -under
the supervision of Mrs. Anita
Davis, v '
"Moon on the Bog." fartasy.
by Alexander Winston ' wts di
rected by. Marr Marie Williams
The players were: Miles Olsen.
Doris Creason, Alan Hunnicutt,
Helen Cooke, Eileen Cook. Vir
ginia Cooper, Delbert Tsylor,
Orville Cllne, Hairy Williquette.
Frankie Mae Lane. Benny' Cox.
Elsie Baker, Donald Wells, Bill
Stryker ' and - Harold Engblr m. '
"A Way to a Man's Heart," a
comedy, directed by Anna Mae
Ramey. was the second play.-The
cast: Glen Cole; Marvin Jenkins,
Marjorie Travis, Geraldin Pri
mus.. Maxine - Williams, Betty
Addison, Joe McGee and Deris
- "Two ' Gentlemen of the
Bench," a comedy, directed by
Marjorie. Travis, was acte - by
Gerald ine Primus. Harold Eng
blom, and Bill Stryker.;
Over $31. SO was taktr In
which will be used to - aid in
'paying for the public address
system purchased last fail..
Airmail Plane to
Alight, Silverton
SILVERTON Special honors
will be paid to National Air Mall
Week at Silverton, May 19 when
the first airplane ever to pick up
mail at Silverton will stop at
the local airport at 1 p. m. to
pick up letters. "The Silvirton
chamber -of, commerce is under
writing the cost of the plane
stopping at Silverton.
The Silverton cachet has been
provided by Dr. C. W. Keene and
pictures a plane flying near the
Main South Silver Creek Falls.
Above and -below the plane will
be the words: "Silverton, Oregon.
Home of Silver Falls State Park.
Gateway to Scenic Cascades. Na
tional Air Mail Week May 15-21-
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Club at Heights
All-Day Picnic and Other
Summer Activities Are
Planned at Meet
munity club held its last meeting
of the year, - Friday evening at
the hall. New officers eiected
are: President, H bart Smith, re
elected; vice president, Byron
Matlock;- secretary, Mrs. D. D.
Dotson ; treasurer, Dan v hite- -
sell. " The club voted to h.ld an
all-day picnic later, with Mrs.
Russell Kelly chairman and to -
sponsor a skating party ui tne
Capitol. rink north of towu, Mav
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The club Is sponsoring a base
ball team and preparing a lot on
Laurel avenue. The learn played
at Jefferson last Sunday
An interesting program was
presented: The tallest yar com
petition by Carl Waddle. Ray
Maddyi Mrs. Doorman, A. E. Nel
Johnson, honors going to Mr.
Johnson. Skit -'Is it Raining?"
by Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Craig;
guitar solos,' Ruth Pierce ani
Bobart Smith; leadings, Mar
garet Baker and Mrs. A. Stev
enson. Refreshments were served'
to a large number. .
rvnla- Wllnon nf Miles Citv.
Mont., arrived Thursday, lor a
visit with his aunt, Mrs. Harvey
Peterson and family.
, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Larson
have as their guests, their chil
dren and families, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Lewis and Mr. - and Mrs.
Harvey Larson, air of Ashland,
Ore. r
Mr. Larson ana Mr. Lewis nave
sold their theatre at Af bland
and are seeking a new location.
The " Social Sewing division of
the Womans club will hold an
all-day meeting at the , home of
Mrs. Amn aiewari. on wfnnta
day. May 18, with covered dish
luncheon at 1 o'clock. Finishing
a quilt and work on articles for
ha.ftiF Tlrin o- f n A it and'
Minnesotans Buy
Farm at Liberty
LIBERTT Mr. and 1It. Ar
thur Voigt and five children have
movea mio iub wuuaa
apartment. : The Voigts came
from Minneapolis last fall and
have purchased a ten-acre tract,
part of the Zosel ' farm fronting
A T !L n.l B r
The James Cruzens. aTe to re
main in the -cabinon this tract
fori the summer after which the
Voigts will "build cn addition to
the house and take up occupancy.
Staryl Austin of Salem has
purchased the 35-acre Otto Timm
farm in . west Libertv ner the
canyon road. The ; house is be
ing remodeled .and the lamlly
will move In about May 19.
there are four chljdren, two in
grade school and-two in high
school. - , ' .
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