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'Iha OSEGOtl STATESMAN, Sales." Oregon. Tuesday Motsiag, Jurn II. ISO
Miss Sehon '
To Be Wed
At An 8 6clock ceremony,
. read by Dr, Bruce R. Baxter,
.' and Dr. J. C. Harrison at the
First Methodist church tonight,
j Miss Elva Sehon will become i the
bride of Mrf Alfred E.Pietlla
. The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James M. Sehon and
v the groom Is the son of Mrs.
Mr. Sehon will giro nls daugh
ter In marriage. Her white
moussellne, de sole sown la
made with drop shoulder. Ions;
hishop sleeves and a I fitted bo
T dice. The neckline Is outlined
with handmade flowers, centered
r: with seed pearls. The floor
' length skirt Is very full and her
. fingertip Tell will be caught with
a. coronet of pearls. She will
. carry a , prayer, book with gar
denias and streamers of lilles-of-the-Talley
and will wear her
T mother's pearls.
. Mrs. Edward Fraatz of Nevada
City, Calif., will attend the
. bride and will wear pink mous
teline de sole and a flower hat
; to match. . she, will carry a nose
' gay of pink rases.
Bridesmaids -are Miss Gwen
Hunt. Miss Frances' Stewart,
wearing peach taffeta and flower
hats. Their nose gays will be
of roses. Jackie McCabe will be
. ring bearer.
Mr. Edward Franyz will attend
the groom and ushers will be Mr.
James Sehon, Jr., of Portland and
Mr. Kenneth Manning.
Mr. Esthel Benner will play
- the wedding marches and Mr. Er
Tin Potter will sing.
At a reception in the home of
the bride's parents Mrs. William
Fry of Portland will geet guests,
Mrs. James Sehon, Jr.. will cut
the bride's cake and Mrs. Frank
Lilburn will pour. Mrs. Norval
Edwards. . Mrs. Warren Keeney,
Mrs. ; Kenneth Manning. Mrs.
Dwight Aden of Spokane, Mrs.
Howard Sehon and Miss Mar
garet Sehon will assist.
The bride's mother will wear
For going away the bride will
wear a powder brown dress and
accessories, and a princess coat
of aqua tone. The couple will
motor to Seattle after the wed
ding and Mr. Pietila will attend
summer school at the "University
Both the young couple are
I graduates of Willamette. She is
d also a graduate of Oregon Col
lege of Education and he has at
tended TJnlTer8ity of Washington.
Guests Call on
Mrs. Jennie Martin received
' ' nearly a hundred friends at her
home when she celebrated her
70th birthday. The followed call
ed during the afternoon:
lira. Km Voris, lin. Georg Viesko,
Mr. W. A, Cladek, Mra. Fred L. Swan
Sou. Mrs. Bessie Edwrdi, Mrs. Elaia
Townaend. Mr. Elizabeth Perkett, Mrs.
Crrle Beechler. Mra. J. H. Frrtf, Maud
Chittenden, lira. Ben Eppera,- Mra: Rose
Harlead lira. Julia Smith, Mra. Louisa
Loselaad, Mra. O. H. Uttleiield. Mra.
Beaaie Martin, Mra. Mary Aekerman,
lira. Satah Petersen, Minnie Humphreys,
Mra. W. T. Hogg, Mra. 8. Heekman,
Mra. TVark Orr, Mra. Merritt Daria,
Mra. Pearl Nichols, Mr. and Mra. Pee
Himee, Mrs. R. B. Pepworth, Mra. H.
J. Klasten. Eonald . Klaeaen, Shirley
. Klaaaea, Airs. J. N. . Robertson, Grace
- Robert tm, Frances Kyle, Helen and
Iollie Frohmader, Mra. G. A. Froh
snader, Pauline Clark, Goldia Kyle, Laura
Koyea, .Mra. Carrie Bonn, Mra. Charles
Lueaa. Phebe. Mcidimi, Mra. Bertha
'. toeland, Mrs. Addie Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs.: Clande Martin. Mra. Edith He
" Xlroy, Mrs. Margaret Kirk wood, Opal
Eppera, Mrs. E. T. Barkos. Mrs. Effie
Imnlap, Mrs. C. 7. Breithaupt, Vra.
Mary A. Curtin, Gordon Ainiworth, Mra.
Aba Henderson, Mra. Harry Smart,
. Mra. Barley Smaller, Mra. Lou Aldrieh,
Mrs.. Sorena Anderson, Mra. Roods
Kagle, Bella Carlson, Ethel Branch,'
Amends Crura, Josephine Erikson, Lelia
Ohlaen, Anns Hu maker, Clara Shields,
Helen Pearce, Wilda Siermund, Dors
r" Pratt, Carrie Letteriek, Florence Shipp,
ElUa Darling, Mrs. Penninfton, Ran
C.-jwford, Mrs. S. Richter. Mrs. M.
V leaks, Mrs. Perry Wright, Mr. George
Edwards, Mrs. Ida MeAdama, Cheater A.
Xichola,' Mrs. Ets Martin.
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Gelst left
Saturday for the east where they
will spend the summer. They plan
' to stop in Chicago before going on
to New York.
Seemingly afloat over Nob
Hill, above blinking China
town .and bridge-gossamers
glittering across the Bay, the
Top Of le Mark" Cocktail
Lounge is a bright star over
San Francisco. ,
It is"1 favored location for
lecping alive San Francisco's
hospitable tradition. No won
der living at the Mark brims
to higher levels. Rates from $5
per day. Garage in building,
Los Axcxtis Ornct: Glen W.
Tswcett, 510 W. 6th St,TK 3671
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CLUB CALENDAR j
Iota Sigma, WCTO 2:15, reg
ular meeting at ball.
Betba Chi Mother's club
with Mrs. Walter Minier, 1:15
7 Junior Guild of St. Paul's
Episcopal church, no-host lun
cheon, Argo hotel, 1:15 p.m.
Ladles Guild of American
Lutheran church, 2 P. m.
Home and Foreign Mission
ary society of Jason Lee church
at church, 2:15 p.m.
Woman's Foreign Mission
try society of First Methodist
church, 2 p.m.
Neighbors of Woodcraft
Thimble club, with Mrs. Nora
Busey, no-host luncheon at
NALC auxiliary, with Mrs. J.
W. Bolin, 449 North Capitol
Kappa Delta Alumnae asso
ciation, with Mrs. Richard L.
Russell, 325 South 23d street,
Maccabee Thimble club with
Mrs.' Elma Brooks, 260 North
15th street, 1:30 p.m.
An Informal dinner will be
given by members of- the private
duty section of the Oregon
Nurses' association in the Argo
hotel at 7:30 o'clock on Wednes
day. The meeting will complete the
activities of the Graduate Nurses'
association In Salem for the sea
son. Mrs. Louise Arneson is
chairman of the private duty sec
tion. Guest speakers are coming
from -Portland. All graduate
nurses are invited to attend and
reservations are to ' be made be
fore 3 o'clock today, at 4326.
Reports will be heard on the
biennial convention of the Ameri
can Nurses association, held in
Philadelphia. Talks will be given
by Miss Amelia iFeary, supervisor
of the social service department
of the University of Oregon, who
will , discuss social security for
nurses, and Miss Jane Doyle, ex
ecutive secretary of the Multno
m a h chapter, American Red
Cross, who will epeak on the con
ference held in Washington.
The regular meeting of King
wood American! Legion auxiliary
was held Thursday at the Legion
hall with Mamiib Dickson presid
The nominating committee sub
mitted the names of Hazel Lacey,
president; ' Mariin Jessup, first
Ice president; Gladys White, sec
ond vice president; Amelia Diets,
secretary-treasurjer, Ida McClen
don, chaplain. 'r
A group representing the auxil
iary took part in the opening
exercises at thet Ford Memorial
church on Sunda. Marian Jessup,
Americanism chairman and Lil
lian Williams, fhalrman of na
tional defense, 'were In charge.
At the, meeting were: Mrs. Eu
gene Diets, Mrs! E. A. Dickson,
Mrs. Karl Mobfey, Mrs. O. B.
Long, Mrs. Charles Adams, Mrs.
D. A. Williams, Mrs. Ray Lacey,
Mrs. George Combs, Mrs. L. B.
McClendon, Mrs. Ed England,
Mrs. Frank Lightfoot, Mrs. Ken
neth Abbott, Mrs. Marian Jessup,
Mrs. Floyd B. White and Mrs. Ted
Lengels. Visitors Included Mrs.
Bob Hinz, Mrs. Mary Adams and
Mrs. G.i F. Hastings.
The final meeting of the year
will be held June 20, when elec
tion of officers is scheduled.
Missionary society of the First
Baptist church will meet Thurs
day afternoon at 1 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Harry Stilwell, 230
South 21st streets Mrs. George
O'Neil will lead the devotions
and Mrs. Mark Skiff will be in
charge of, the program. Dr. Irv
ing Fox will ' continue with his
reports. Hostesses Include: Mrs.
L. A. Dunn, Mrs.' Jessie Hayes,
Mrs. W. E. Parks and Mrs. Jack
I Dr. sind Mrs. Glean Prime en
tertained a group of Salem
friends' at their .home at Devil's
lake over the weekend on the
occasion of their Sth wedding an
niversary. Guests were Dr. and
Mrs. Frank Prime, Dr. and Mrs.
V. E. Hockett, Mr. nd Mrs. L. ;V.
Benson and Dr. and Mra. R. A.
WcJte up your
at Yoar Grocer's
Class Meets for
Members of the class of 1925
of Willamette, met for a. 15th re- G. Manning, Miss Helen Board
union dinner on Sunday at the' man, Mrs. R. C. Barnett, Miss
Quelle. George Moorhead, presi
dent of the group,, presided at the
business session. ,:
' Later In the day, a group of
close friends met at the Moorhead
home on North Cottage street for
a supper and an
Present were: Mr. Claire Aus
nan of Asotin, Washington, Mr.
Jack Hansen and Miss Frances
Hodge of Portland, Mrs. E. M.
Wygant of Potlatch, Idaho, Dr.
and Mrs. Jack Vinson, Miss Lola
Millard, Mr. William Ross, Mr.
and Mrs. George Rhoten, Mr. Val
Clear and Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Beal Weds
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Miss Mary
Miss Helen May Beal of New- Saddler of Bremerton, Washing
berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ton; Miss Lois Herman of Med
Edward D. Beal of Newberg, mar- ford. Miss Hattle Ramp of Brooks;
ried Mr. Gerald M. Gastlneau, at Miss Miriam Armltage of Md
a ceremony on Saturday night at MinniiP mm mn... J
The bride wore white chiffon
made with shirred bodice, short
sleeves and sweetheart neckline.
She carried sweetpeas.
Her attendant. Miss Cecilia
Beal, was gowned in peach taf
feta. Edene Beal was ringbearer.
Mr. Hal Cattler was best man and
Rev. H. A. Chamberlain was the
minister. A reception was given
imTv,niinni. .e,A , ,
tor ei daShte . T wedding
Both bride and eroom attended
wint fr.0 wC
member of Alpha Phi Alpha and
he of Alpha Psi Delta. She is also
a member of Tau Kappa Alpha.
.They will lire at Chemawa.
The annual concert series pro
gram presented by the education
al activities board at Oregon
State college will include six at
tractions in the 1940-41 season.
The series will open November 4,
, according to an announcement
this week from Paul Petri, direct
or of music and chairman of the
The complete program Is: No
vember 4, Paul , Robeson, bari
tone; December 2, Emanuel Fuer
aman, celloist; January 13, Don
'Cossack chorus with Serge Ja
roff conducting; February 12,
Richard Crooks, tenor; Febraury
28, Dorothy Maynor, soprano, and
April 15, Luboshutx and Nemen
Ticket sales will open Septem
ber 15, but reservations for sea
son tickets may be made at any
time at the office of Percy Locey,
educational activities director,
Oregon State college.
Oak Grove Aid
The Oak Grove. Ladies Aid met
at the home of Mrs. Alf Vernon,
with Mrs. Frank Farmer and Mrs.
Claude Hickerson as joint host
esses. The aid voted to contribute to
the Red Cross and to make up the
deficit in the minister's salary.
The program consisted of piano
solos by Irene Dalke, Lola Row
land and Billy Fawk; tap dances
by Marjorle Letteken, vocal solos'
by Lorraine Taylor, vocal duet by
Shirley Lewis and Juanita Kessel.
The following were present:
Mrs. Emll Stevens, Mrs. John Ver
non, Mrs W. E. Knower, Mrs. Er
nest Brunk, Mrs. E. C. Young,
Mrs. E. A. Letteken, Mrs. H. D.
Kartemeyer, Mrs. Frank PIcha,
Mrs. W. B. Allen, Mrs. W. Cw Lew
is, Mrs. A. W. Bartlett, Mrs. Clyde
Picha, Mrs. Clara K. Brunk, Mrs.
Alexander Bradfield, Mrs. Ruby
Hayden, Mrs. J. R. Fawk, Mrs.
Lena A. Boone, Florence Rags
dale. Mrs. O. C. Walt, Mrs. K. K.
Clark, J. G
Howard, Mrs. John
Penner, Mrs. Darrel Hewitt, Mrs.
xjuis icifici, anu. j, jj. aijcu, Mia.
Austin Taylor, Laverne Rowland
ana liene Alien.
Miss Edith Berry, danarhter of
Mrs. Wilbur Berrr. a student at
the Traphagen School of Fashion,'
New York city, was awarded first
prise for a mother-and-daaghter
design which she adantedl from
the painting, "The Milkmaid," by
Van DTtr. from the maatfrTtnra
of art at the world'a fair.! Miss
Rosemarv Sheehan who rtinrn-
sentea tne rasnion department of
the world's fair is judging the en-
tries, and commented favorably
on Miss Berry's' originality and
execution of her Ideas.,1 These
designs by Miss Berry are being
exhibited with her other work
in the 17th annual exhibition at
the Traphagen school's penthouse
June t ; through
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Pro-A mertca met yesterday aft
ernoon at the Marlon hotel for a
regular meeting. Mrs. f R. L.
- Wright gate reports front ! the
convention held in Portland ; last
' week. -The speaker for the after
noon Was.. Dr. P. O. Riley on
"America Now and Forever. Sa-le-j.
will hold a joint meting with
Wood burn on June 28. Reserva
tions can be made by calling Mrs.
I Ruth Noland, 5280. . .. :
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The , DeMolay motbera picnie
wblcbi vu . scheduled for Thurs
day, has been .postponed. .
, The annual , meeting of staler
association of Bet' CM waa held
Sunday! morning when the aluih
nae entertained with a breakfast
at the I Marion hotel. The affair
honored the senior girls and the
president and house manager 16t
next year. Mrs. Merrill Ohllng,
president of the association, pre
sided during the meeting. The
following officers , were ' elected
for the coming yearr Miss Fay
Cornutt of McMlnnville. president;
Mrs. Jack Bllii of Solo, vice
president; Miss Elma White of
Portland, secretary. j
Thosa attending were: Mr.
Manford Savage, Miss Melva Belle
savage, miss Pauline Winslow,
Mra. Joseph Harvey, Jr Mrp.
Wheeler English, Mrs. Kenneth
Charlotte Eyre, Mrs. Russell Mef
ford, Mrs. George Scales, Miss
Lola Millard, Miss Marjorle Chris
tensonj Mrs. George R. K. Moor
head, Miss Leila Johnson, Mrs.
P. WJ Morse. Mrs. Kdwln .
Thomas. Minn Mreart MnnltAn
Mrs; Merrill Ohllng, Miss Char
lotte Kallander, all of Salens,
Miss Charlotte Litchfield, Miss
Marion Averill, Miss France;
Hodge,! Miss Elma White,' Mrs. El
sie G. Jackson, Miss Jessie May
Ruhndorf, Miss Barbara Holling
worth, iMiss Dorothy Cutler, Miss
Betty 2ook, all of Portland, Mlds
Margaret Hinkle, Berkeley, Cali
fornia,; Mrs. Francis McGilvra
Litchfield, Toledo; Miss Lorettja
Fisher, Corvallis; Mrs. Gaynellje
Beckett Alfred of Heppner, Miss
Faye Cornutt of McMlnnville,
Mrs. Fay Perlnger Thomas of
Forest Grove and Mrs. Jack Bliss
of Sclo. , j
-. . 7. .
Delta Gamma alumnae met at
the home of Mrs. Carl Collins oh
stevart trot it nirht f, .
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meeting for this season. Follow-
tog the supper the evening was
?ent Informally. Small bouquets
f5L ? "ower8 ! decorated the
Covers were p 1 a c e d for Miss
Ruth Ford, Miss ! Jean Martini,
Miss Vivian Chandler, Miss Olive
uani, airs. s. isiDier, Mrs. euu
gene Booth, Mrs. Philip Hayter
of Dallas; Miss Mary Marley, Mrs.
Arthur Rogers, Mrs. Silas Galseri,
Mrs. Parker Wickwire, Mrs. Leon
Perry, :Mrs. Edward Savage, Mra.
Henry j Hathaway, Mrs. Irene
Adams and Mrs. Carl Collins.
There's nothing j like a trim
shlrtwalster to start off the sea
son with a flourish! This Anna
aoidu siyie, raitern uo, is
perfect! for day-lohg, every-dajf
wear, made on in linen, cotton ot
one of! the new rayons. TWO
wide fiiont panels give nice skirt
lines, with additional 'stvle in on4
tlonal button-trimmed pocket efj
fects. The bodice is softened
with gathers above the waist and
below the yokes. Yon miarht like
that youthful notched collar lri
m. rrlsn contrast. terha.ra 'with
cuffs of matching fabric on the
short sleeve stvle. The illns4
tratea sewing instructor wm save
you time and effort in making;
this attractive style
Pattern 4408 Is available in
misses ; and women's sizes 12, 14
16. 18,120. SO. 32. 34. 36, 38. 40
and 42J Size It takes ZZi yards
35 Inch fabric.
Baad nrrris curra (is) ia
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Order the AKNS ADAMS
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a complete wardrobe for either a
traveller or aa "at home" nsnir.
There jars town and eodntrj tail-
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sheers jaad eottosa. ahehaatiBK tcb
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"My maid Just doesn't realize how many dishes she's broken she says
she thought I was keeping score !"
Tour success story will read like your social security number
when you saunter out in this beautifully designed grey and white
print ... a long coat over a dress of the same print with a fire red
straw blazing atop your head. With her hands deep in huge pockets,
the lady on the right has made a wise choice of a light weight coat in
the fascinating new "Golden Martini" shade.
In the Valley Social Realm
-Miss Bernice Gil-
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JleB daugnter OI -JVir. ana aars.
Charles GUles, became the bride
0j ptjer cigier, tonui airs, usuc-
line Bigler, in St Mary's church
Saturday morning at 8 o'clock.
Father Alcuin officiated.
Miss Helen Keber presided at
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the arran ana at. aiary a cuuir
m ftKoitertory Mis. Ag-
Tne bride was given In mar-
H hT her father, wore a white
marquisette gown with fitted bo-
dice, short punea aieves ana ions
train ' fashioned by deep lace in-
erts that extended up Into the
skirt. Her fingertip-length tulle
Ten till from a little cap of seea
pearls. She carried a bouquet of
paie yellow rosebuds and white
The bride was attended by her
two sisters. Miss Kathleen Ullles
as maid of honor wore a gown
of white organza with tiny niaca:
lace trim and a white flower hat.
The bridesmaid. Miss Geraldlne
Gilles wore white
with white lace trim and hat
Gordon Bickler, nephew of the
room, acted as best man.
Mrs. Al Saalfeld was hostess to
the bridal party at the wedding
breakfast that followed the cere-
mony. The wedding dinner was
held at the Mt. Angel hotel.
An Informal reception was held
at the home of the bride's par-
ants at 2 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Bigler lett the
same day for a wedding trip to
the Oregon beaches. For travel
ing the bride wore a white ahark-
skin with royal blue accessories.
They Wlfl make their heme in
Corvallis where Mr. Bigler is em-
ALBANY On Sunday at an
early morning ceremony, Miss
Nea Edgar, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Edgar of Stay ton be-
came the bride of Eugene Rich
ards, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Richards of Aumsville,
The4 marriage was solemnized
In the First Methodist church
of Albany. Rev. Thomas D.
Tames performed the ceremony
inJ? P8.e.nAe LJn"!f!
wedding marches were played by
Mrs. Hazel Ewing.
The bride wore a tailleur of
dusty ; rose crepe and carried a
white prayer book with a white
orchid and a shower of bouvardla.
Her only attendant, Mrs. Harry
fl0BJ; r f hi. ,
wore a irocic oi pasiei diub crepe
Horning, sister of the groom.
and a corsage of rose buds and
sweet neas. Mr. Horning was
best man for the bridegroom.
Miss Deata Whitney, was host
ess at a reception In her home
iouowing me ceremunj-.
aroui we rooms were ',Z
and Mrs. Elmer Richards.
Mr. and Mrs. Richards are
graduates of Oregon College of
Education and are both teachers
In Marion county. Mrs. Richards
is the Primary teacher and. prin-
cipaiv i iu -"""'
and Mr. Richards, the prtncal
of Gervais graae scnoot. .
The ; couple left for a wedding
trip to Victoria and Vancouver,
BC. and will be at home in Sa-
lem after June 1C. '
Tor traveling, the bride wore a
topcoat of lightweight tweed with
pastel blue accessories and a
ROSEDALE JAt a church wed-
dins Friday night, Miss Lucile
Lenman Became pa nue vl m.r.
Lawrence' McCracken of Sootta
Mills, f The blid wore a dress
white lace over satin and carried
a shower bouquist of white sweet
peas and rose buds.. She was at
tended by her sister, Mrs. Emily
Thomas. ; NadmB Themes - was
flower girl, Mrs. Ruthanna Hamp
ton; "sister of the : groom, and
Miss Esther Carntmack ; were at
tendants. They jwore coronets of
flowers and carried, bouquets of
sweet peas. '" f... 1; v
The ; bride was , given in mar
riage by her maternal grand
i fatker. Rev. Walter Cook, as
f slated i by Charles Haworth f Sa
lem officiated. The groom was at
I tended! by Ur. Lorance . Lehman,
; brother of the bride; also , Rex
; Hampton and Lester - Thomas.
i Frecedinf 4 the v ceremony a
. quartet of the bride's : uncles
song. Later Forrest Cammack and
' Mrs. P-byllla Cammack; sans solos.
The bride is tne danrhter -of
Mrs. jPreda Lehman and the
groom the son of Joseph Mc-
rf-, 1 . C i i UM1. A 4
vrac&.ea i ocuub xuiiis. aucr m
brief honeymoon trip they will
mo e, w o . av
SILvERTON At a ceremony
at :su xn tne Meinoaisi cnurcn
o .v. tih., cw.if.
o uuua; uijui, iuoa . io
daughter of Mr. and Mrs J Roy
Skalfe of Silverton. became the
bride of Dr. Robert Moore Stew-
art of Yreka, California.
Mock orange, Madonna lilies.
uamernury Deus, peonies ana
candlelight formed the decorative
background. The ceremony was
read by Rev." D. Lester Fields of
Lebanon. Gertrude Slade Cameron
presided at the organ and Fred-
riCk Graten of Portland sang
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TJafA& ras will wleilf Va A M it.
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Ui:WiU a,aaf naia vaoat vuv
Loughlin house. The group plans
to study the museum in prepara
tion for the Salem Centennial.
Mrs. William Lid beck is in
RKVm Ul Mrs. George H. Swift
wm have as guests this week Mrs.
John L. Snow, Miss Suzanne Snow,
UI Mn s payson Smith of North
Hollywood. California. Their
daughter, Miss Alice Swift, has
arrived home from the University
of Oregon for the summer.
Mrs. Ida Chenoweth Rogers, of
Bloomlngton, Indiana, is a guest
lha rftaldencft of Dr. and Mrs
jr. J. Clements. Mrs. Rogers will
be here for several weeks. She Is
a niece of the late Mrs. Ethel
Clements, and a cousin of Dr.
Charles S. Campbell.
The Beta Chi Mother's club will
be entertained this afternoon
at 1:15 o'clock when Mrs. Walter
Minier serves a picnic luncheon In
her garden. Mrs. S. B. Giilett and
Mrs. Arthur G. Upston will assist
Ladles of the Grand Army are
meeting, in Eugene on June 19
20 and 21 for the department
convention. Mrs. Ethel M. Mott
of Dallas la the department, presi
dent, and will preside .at the
Mrs. Lillian Todd of Los Ange
les, who has been a guest at the
home of Mrs. W. S. Simpson on
a-rn, .trt -ariii
for British Columbia, before re
turning to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Jerman had
as ineir guests mis weekend, Mrs.
W. W. Winterbottom, Mr. Bud
Winterbottom, Miss Jean Winter-
bottom of Los Angeles and Miss
Lila Farrell of Portland.
' Mrs. J. A. Mills viewed the
floral parade In Portland and
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Oreron Medical school
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j-,k, n. a. r--l
v.hrl, win iaV thia w.h- fn
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I Miss Jean Wiley of Rose
burg will be the guest of Mr. and!
Mrs. Robert Forkner for several
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nrofhrniaHs Have .
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Drorbaugh
celebrated their 30th wedding an
niversary, with an "at; home'
Saturday night from 8 until 10
o'clock at their Court street resi
dence. Invitations were extend-'
d to 80 friends. Mrs. Gerald
Parnent-r of Cakai. - Wash..
daughter of the Drorbaughs,
greeted the guests at the door,
Assisting about the rooms were
Mrs. W. G. Ross, Mrs. Roy Beard-
aley. Mrs. Charles Eyre, Mrs. Emit
Carlson and Mrs. Fay H. Collins.
Mrs. Leslie Marcy- was in
charge of the guests book.
The serving table was covered
with a laee cloth, centered with a
SSt 1 'US iTSes0
th. rfr.l ' h and Mr. " Bewif
Miss GeneRoss, Mrs. Harry
Carlson and Miss Maxene Dror-
baugh served. ! f .
During the evening Mrs. Robert
Hoyser gave several piano solos.
Mrs. Emll Carlson a whistling
solo and Mrsj H. J. Thomas sang
several numbers, accompanied by
Mrs. Emll Carlson.
Grand assembly, Order of Rain-
bow, for Girls will be held In Sa-
lem June 14-15. Thursday morn-
Ing registration of delegates will
be open in Lausanne hall rooms,
when about 400 girls are expected,
Thursday night a get-acquaint-
ed sport dance will be held at Ma-
sonic temple. Friday morning the
convention will convene in the
Willamette gymnasium. Miss Bet-
ty Milne, grand worthy ad-
visor, will preside.
highlights of the two-day meet-
, ' ,, . ,,. tiow
iuH iIll rl
at the Marlon hotel with Miss Ci-
yilla Reeher, acting as toastmis-
tre8- . ' , t
Saturday afternoon a tea will be
given in Lausanne hall, compll-
menung me grana oincers, witn
Miss Elizabeth Ann Herrlck and
Mrs. Arthur Utley in charge. For
mal dance at the armory Satur
day from 10 to 12 o'clock will
close the convention.
The regular meeting of Chad-
wick assembly. Order of Rainbow
wi" XL SSXwa-JS;-
Anyone having room and inter
ested in helping entertain the vis
iting Rainbow delegates Is asked
to call Mrs. C. C. Gabriel, phone
9191 or Mrs. Albert Cohen, phone
Wally Carson, son of Mr. ; and
Mrs. Wallace Carson, was hosi to
16 six-year-olds on his sixth birth
day yesterday afternoon. Assist
ing his mother were Ann, Jane
and Marian Carson, cousins.
Guests w e r e: Plum Brown,
Sharon Brown, Michael Deeney.
David 'RhOten, Judith Page, Jeff
Walton, Carolyn Deckebach, Jim-
Beverly Blssell, Betty LOU Smith,
aiepnen Mercnant, uwignt Kirk-
land, Donald Martin, Jeannie
Smith and Wally Carson.
Tea Given for
Mothers : I
Mrs. Milo Taylor was hostess
at a tea on Saturday afternoon In
her North Cottage street home,
for Kappa Gamma Rho mothers.
m ni.v... a
u-ib. vusun oiKaueri uvureu,
Especially honored were Mrs.
me Wheeler of Sydney, Mont,
Mrs. Reuben Dutton of Living
ston, Mont, and Mrs. Bickford.
The latter guest was celebrating
her birthday. j
The Woman's Foreljrn Mission-
ary society of the First Methodist
church will meet Wednesday af-
ternoon at 2 o'clock in the church
parlors. Mrs. C. L. Wilson will lead
devotions. The theme, "The World
Family and Adult Education,"
will be presented by Mra C. F.
Breithaupt, Mrs. A. A. Lee and
Miss Adona Cochran. Miss Yaiko
Saito will play several solos. Mrs.
J. Edgar Purdy and Mrs. Effie
Dunlap will speak.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Benner
and family were surprised by a
visit on Sunday, from Lt, C. E.
McPherson, an army flier from
Hamilton Field, California. The
Benners had never met Lt. Mc
Pherson. who married a cousin of
Mr. Benner'a. Mra. M M. Hnin.
of Eugene, Mr. Benner'. sister,
was a weekend guest.
Miss Helen AnKell left jester-
dar hv motor for Mackinaw Mirh
where she will attend the Delta Bf,f,or ftet.urnJln Kt SKm ibe
Delta Delta national convention, will visit in ew York,, New Or-
Following the convention she wMVJn,, Angeles and San
go to Chicago and then to New Tncisc . '
Orleans, where she will visit with
friends. ' 'Mr, IL C Lottie and daatghter,
- i-- . i Miss Annette of Klhne, Kauai,
Miss Lena Belle Tartar win ?IawaIi rrlved In Salem Friday
leave on Friday for Wasco, Idaho, to Pfnd the summer with her
where she will take personal les- Prents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fos-
sons from Rollln Pease of "the ?r nd other. relaUves. Mr. and
University of Idaho. Miss Tartar Mrs. A. L. , James of Sacramento
is working toward her Master of
Arts degree in education In music.
v. ", .-'
The Oak Grore Garden club
will meet at 2 o'clock this after
noon with Mrs. M. J. Carr, Route
4, Eola. . ' -
from your Grocer Today
One of the most interesting af-
fairs of the early summer, season
was a large) reception held at the
Salem Art Center, Sunday after-
" celebration of the . third
Founders Day. Throngs ;of peo-
pie passed through the gaUer ei
workshops. Tlewed the Pcian
xhibiUons. listened ta the .musi-
program which started be Art
COtU tone, broken , by an
emphasis of soft green walls.' Th
dren.B ftrt from the public schools
arraBsed )ln thU second gaUery,
showed off to colorful adfantags
, asaIn.t the green background.
Distinctively arranged flowers,
-nntHhntinn f th f?aim Cardei
ciUDf enhanced Ihe decorative ef- 1
iect of galleries, studios, and lib
rary. A continual musical pro-1
gram was planned by Mrs. Mabel
s. rowen. -i
Far exceeding expectations on.
the part; of the reception visitors
was the exhibition of nineteen
original paintings by famous land-
nrana artists, lpnt br the Walker J
rt Galleries of Minneapolis, and
Portland Art museum. This out-s
standing exhibition will be on
view at the Art Center for three"
weeks.' During this time numbers
of club groups are planning to
take advanage of this exceptional
opportunity to see the landscape
paintings. Lecturers on the show
wiH be frequent features of the
exhibition program throughout Its
stay in Salem. ;
Acting as gallery hostesses for
J"?. "f'AAifw eS"
lor v oman s club, AAUW. Busl-
ne8 ia Professional -lub mem-
bg nad charge of serving and
a88l8ted with receiving guests.
Members of the Art Center staff
an board of directors also greet-"
ed tne visitors. Among the out-of-
town visitors were Dr. and. Mrs.
J. E. Vinson, of Seaside, and. from
Portland, Jack E. Kofeldt; Miss
Faye Harvey and Miss' Virginia
Darce, Mrs. Beatrice Walton Sack-'
ett of Marshfield. . ('
Of Davidsons .r.
Members of the" Davidson I fam
ily met Sunday at St. Paul for a
dinner served In the city halL
Those who - attended were de
scendents of W. F. Davidson, a
pioneer of 1852. -
Amour taeie al(D4inc were: 1
ReT. Fatker Hemry Oath, Mrs. Asaelis
aCsi-Bess, Xr. sad ifrs. Ur If admass. Mra.
Uertrade Djiem. aJl of Wheatlaed; Mr.
and Mra. Xongeare, Mr. and Mrs. UareMl
Daridson. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Goodias and
family, Mrs. Stella BaUard. all ef Port.
!: Mrs SBd Ms. Carl Neeaka and eoa
f Eugene; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morris,
and eon of Vanco iTr, Wuk.; )lr. aad
Mra. H. O. Kirbpatriek, Mr. sad Mra.
Jamea F. Pavidsoa, . Mr. and Mra. .Ralph,
Bsvldson, Mr. and Mrs. Jaek IMrLdaon,
Mr. and Mrs. Eurene DaridMO, Mr. aad
Mrs. Cheater Darldion. Mr. aad Mra. G.
J. Goodiof, Mr. and Mra. Rastel Good-
lag-, Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Ooodinc. Mr.
nd Mrs.- Jamea Gooding-, Mrs. Dora Cole-
Cs'rl ZSOtt 2S-'t Mrll
Clnd Smith and family.-MrJaad Mrs.
Hm smith and family, Mr. and Mrs
Mwi .'DsvWaon and family; Mrs. Tes
sie Stiiith sad family. Franres- Murphy,
Alice- Laridioa. Beraira DaTldeon, Helen
Davidson, Philip Good, Fred Fellaad. all
of St. Paul: Carl Brhwab of Gerraia. Ore. ;
Mr. and Mra. ir-d Gearln ief Don mid.
Ore.; Mrs. Mary Kiteon, Mra. (Mary Cole
man. J. K. Jsrkson. Clarh Jaersea, all of
Hubbard; P. F. eidy, Paul Reidy, Fred
Reidy, Honors Reidy, ana GearU. Stella
Mitchell, Kenneth Darldaon, Martha
Baily, J. E. Smith, Edward Smith. Mrs.
daa McKay, all of Salem. i .
The Ml6lonary society of the
.t t Mi a t . , ,
w:n.r.f. . i
me.et 'Jl St y i. " .v V
o'clock tin the e h u r e h parlors.
Miss Antoinette White and Mrs. I
Abner CUne will be. the speakers
for the afternoon. A collection of
Jewelry and baskets made by the
Indians in Ariaona will be dis-
played. The hostesses include:
Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs.
Mrs. Ernest Miller,
Fowler and Mrs. . E.
Mrs. (C. H.
Junior Guild of St. Paul's
Eplcopal church will meet this af
ternoon at 1 o'clock for a no-host ,
luncheon at the Argo hotel. A reg- '
ular business meeting will fol
low the luncheon. Hostesses are
Mrs. Donald Roberts. Mrs. V. E.
Kuhit and Mrs. Louis Lachmund.
and Mrs.. Harry . Wledmer. Those
wishing reservations may call
Mrs. Roberts 12 SI.
Miss fVauices Itoth. da4rhter
of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roth.
came home Sunday from the- Uni
JTt Oregon. Miss Roth will
leave the early part of neit week
for Washington. r DC, where she
Will -attend 'the national meeting '
ot me uamma rni Beta sorority.
nests at the Foster home.
Mrs. James and Mrs. Foster are
sisters, ;, I" ,t , , "
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aches and diauvraa. trenufnt or acanty paa-
sa-e with stnarun ard burnicc sometime
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