The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 25, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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    t Tho S totman. Balom. Oregon. Friday April 2S. 1917
Mrs. Collins
Is Elected "
SlrsT Harry V. Colliru was elec
ted president of Town and Gown
Jar the ensuing year at the club's
last regular meeting of the sea
son Thursday afternoon In, the
Carrier Room . of the Methodist
church. Officers elected to serve
with Mrs. Collins are Mrs. Silas
Caier, vice president; Mrs Olive
i n&tol. secretary -treasurer; Mrs,
Harold Jcry, program chairman;
Mrs. A. A. Schramm, music chair
man; Sirs. William L. Phillips,
- hosDitaUtr chairman; , and Mrs.
Walter Spaulding, membership
chairman. i
Father Alcuia Hebel of Port
land as the guest speaker and
his subject wa -Central Europe'.
Professor Frank Fisher played a
group cf violin selections with
Josef Schcelker the accompanist
Prwkiing at the tea urns were
Mrs. Melvtn Geist and Mrs. Rob
ert Moulton, Gatke, outgoing pre
scient and vice-president -of Town
ar-d Gcun. The table was covered
with a white satin cloth with a
garden scene as the centerpiece.
On green grass was a white wheel
barrow filled with purple and
white lilacs with a- white water
ing can, rake and packages of
flower seeds arranged in front
Grem tapers in green flowering
-pot EarJied the centerpiece.
Miss Elva Brown
Nov Mrs. Riha
OAK POINT Mi Elva Brown
daughter tf Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Brown, bersme the bride of Rob
mrt RJi. son of Mir, and Mrs.
Adoiph R-ba, Friday, April 18 at
7:30 p-ffl. at tne rresoyrenan
church at Independence, with the
Immediate family as guests..
Th Rev, John W. Hood, read
the dcvbie ring ceremony before
an. alts decorated with palms,
aptrea, brocra and booeyaucme.
Terr ir wedding, the bride
wnre a w Kite wool Suit With
. white accetaories and a corsage of
ftraeuam and yellow roses. Miss
Louis Barker of Independence
was brkies maid and wore a brown
and hit checked suit with white
rresorie -td a corsage of car
nations. E4ward Bnwn, brother
xf the br&e, was best man.
For her daughters wedding, Mrs
Brown were a pdwder blue suitj
rut Mr. Kifca dHe,a black suit.
Unit wore corsages of varigated
carnstirnr. . ;
A reception was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.' George
Graves. Greeting the guests at the
S r were Sirs. Retta Dodson, cou
sin of the bride, and Mrs. Faye
fcm'th, cowin of the groom.
Music was played by Margaret
Mix. and Cfclar Brown sang the
anniversary song dedicated to the
trt-ide fee her birthday. Mrs. Argie
Badway sar.g "Always.
Mrs. A. G. Byers. aunt of the
bride, cut ttae cake and. Mrs. Oil
er Kosta. aunt of the groom,
toured. Cutting the -ices were
Mrs. Allen Purvine, aunt of the
bride, witK Hazel Hughes aad
lUxel Byers assisting. Clara
Bown was in charge of the guest
book and Mildred Kosta the gift
. table. - ,
For going away the bride topp
ed her white suit with a blue coat
After a hcrt wedding trip to Ore
gon beaches the couple will be at
feome m independence.
Woodcraft Will
Install Officers
Silver BU Circle Neighbors of
Woodcraft mill install officer? m
public ceremony it 8 tonight
In the woman s club house. Gladys
-Edwards, part guardian neighbor,
" wilt be installing officer, assisted
by Jennie Winchcomb. Russell
Winchcesnb and El ma Dickey.
Officers to i be "installed are:
guardian neighbor. Hallie Lynch;
tost ruar&Lsn neighbor, Evelyn; advisor, Velnta Teeson;
anaeician. Josephine Berry; atten
. slant, Mina Olmsted;' captain of
- guards, Rurtell Wincbcomb; flag
bearer, PauJijae Clark; clerk. Pearl
Bajreyj-barJter. Eva Caven;. musi
cian, Cora Smith; managers. Dr.
O. L.x Scott, Florence Bressler,
ClaireIaminang: sentinels, Agnes
, Havre iaad Gladys Edwards; cor
respondrat. Vera lUmmack; senior
guardian, Evelya Vutnaw.
Mrs. Linerode to
Attend Conference
Mrs. Arthur linerode, director
af the Tri-Y and Y-Teen work
art the SaJem YWCA. will be in
Portland text Tuesday and Wed
nesday to attend a northwest
rurd-table conference of Y-Teen
walkers.. The meeting will be at
the Portland YWCA.
Members of the Rhoda McCul
lough chapter of Trl-Y is to meet
. M jnday night for a weiner roast
art the TW and for election of of
ficers. The bridge claaws at the Salem
YWCA are continuing, meeting
eh Tuesday eight at the YW.
tills Jane is instructor. Ad
vanced -iM&yert alao are welcome
.-. Vi these sesciona. A nominal fee
is charged.
Saaraa chapter. Order af East
em Star will meet Saturday night
t the Majcnie Temple at 8 o'
clock. Following the regular meet
ing a d&nce and social hour will
follow, la charge of arrangements
. for the affair are the men of the
cnrrm mys m as tar
Tlu great medtetae ta- fwoma to
. teuere paJBTut Ofcitreas aad Ured.
acrno, lm labia f eeUasa. of such
aays mttrn e ta feanaJe t une
ttaaaf asoatfcjy atatorkwaoasl
Society.... Clubs
Music .... The Home
AAUW Music group with; Mrs.
Ceors AOen. ISIS N. Jlrt St., 1 :0 p.m.
Part PraaidenU club of USWV with
Mrs. Sherman Nelson. 1S11 ChetnekeU
at.. 12 o'clock luncheon. j
Salem chapter. OES. nt at Masonic
temple; S p.m. j
Oreeon State, college mothers meet
at YWCA. 1 p m. !
Salem Junior Woman's club, special
Dullness meeting. 7 30 p.m.. ciuonouse.
aocial hour following. ;
Chapter AH, reu. wim Mrs.:Lsiw
Sparks. IMi N. 14th sU tf m-
Salem branch. AAUW meet in Car
rier room, rirst Methodist cnurcn.
Au Revoir
Mr. and Mf. Bertram thorn-
son will be the honor guests! at an
au revoir party Tuesday j night
when Mr. and Mrs. John .linto,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brown and Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Heinlein entertain
at the Minto home on Saginaw
The Thomsons are entrsining
May 3 for New York City.! from
where they will sail on May 9
for the British Isles for aisum
mer visit with relatives.
Thirty of the Thomsons' friends
have been Invited to a 1 o'clock
buffet supper with an evening of
cards to follow. Arrangements of
spring garden flowers will provide
the decorative note. j
Shower Honors
Ivliss Becker !
JEFFERSON Mrs. M. f. Se-
lander and Mrs. M. H. Schrager
were hostesses Saturday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W.Tti Ter-
hune for shower honoring; Mist
Dorothy Becker of Coryallis,
who marriage to Robert Ai Ter
hune has been announced forj June
Miss Becker is the daughter of
Mrs. Florence Becker of COrval
lis, and will graduate in i June
from Oregon State college, j
Bidden were Mrs. Florence
Becker. Mrs. Jessie Smith, Miss
Bette Terhune, and Miss 'June
Bernhardt all of Corvallis;! Mrs.
David H. Looney and Mrs. George
P. Griffith of Salem; Mrs. M. A.
Hutchings, Miss Sara Hutchings,
Mrs. Herbert Looney, Mrs. FJmer
Knight, Mrs. LU1 Hammack,! MUs
Marguerite Looney, Mrs. Marion
D. Looney, Miss Eleanor Looney,
.Mrs. Karl Steiwer, Mrs. James
Pate, Mrs. John Terhune, j Mrs.
D. C. Terhune, Mrs. Ida Becker,
Mrs. Delbert Cox, Mrs. W. R4 Ter
hune, the honor guest, Miss Dor
othy Becker, and the hostesses,
Mrs; Selander and Mrs. Schrager.
Salem Women at
The fifth annual convention of
Delta . Kappa Gamma, honorary
fraternity for women teachers,
was held in Grants Pass, April
19. One hundred women, repre
senting nine chapters from j Ore
gon, were present.
Miss Edith Bork, Ashland,' pre
sided. Miss Florence . Beardsley
state supervisor of elementary ed
ucation, a member of Delta Kap
pa Gamma, gave the principal ad
dress, j
Present from Salem were I Miss
Mathilda-Gilles and . Mrs. i Car
melite Weddle, and Miss Helvie
Silver and Miss Irene Roubal from
Silverton. j
'Hobo Furlo' foil
Camp Fire Girls
A Hobo Furlo has been planned
for all Blue Bird and Camp Fire
Girls In Salem for Saturday at
Hagers Grove. i
Cirls will meet at the court
house at 930, buses will be loaded
on High street A police . escort
will be provided for those on bi
cycles. i
An afternoon of games and king
ing will follow lunch. Mrs. P. C.
Anderson and Mrs. Leslie Morris
are in charge, assisted by Mrs.
M. W. Ready, Mrs. Ray Sanford,
Mrs. Raymond Olson, Mrs.! Jo
seph Kelly. Mrs. Richard Kriesel
and Mrs. Ray WestphaL j
Screening ...
Don't wait until summer jfor
screens. Have your win
dows measured now . and
first class screens made j to
order in a few weeks.
Call 5953
Woodworking Co.
1225 Cross
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Saali. Detail Millwark
Betrothal of i i
Romance has come again to the
Gamma Phi Beta house on the
University of Oregon campus.
At dinner Thursday night Miss
Josephine Kennedy surprised her
sorority sisters with the announce
ment of her betrothal to James
R. Kern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Kern of Albany. The brunette.
bride-elect Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Kennedy of Al
bany, .formerly of Salem. The
wedding is planned to take place
in the falL
The ; coeds learned the. news
when they found pictures of the
engaged duo on cards : at each
place at the dinner table.' -
Miss Kennedy is a graduate of
Salem high school and a soph
omore at the University of Ore
gon. Her fiance attended Oregon
State college and pledged Sigma
Alpha Epsilon. During the war he
served in the navy and is now in
business in Albany with bis
father. -
Is Revealed
Adding her name to the list
of brides-elect is Miss Mildred
Rothweiler, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Rothweiler, whose en
gagement to Roy Sherwood, son
of L Sherwood, is being an
nounced this week. No plans have
been made for the wedding.
Miss Rothweiler is a-graduate
of Salem schools aynd is now as
sociated with Western Paper Con
verting Co. Her fiance attended
aaiem scnoois ana is now a stu
dent at Oregon College of Edu
cation. He also is employed at
the Oregon Statesman.
OSC Mothers Will
Meet Monday
The Salem chapter of the Ore
gon State college mothers will
meet Monday afternoon at the
YWCA at 2 o'clock. All mothers
of students and mothers of pros
pective students are being . in
vited through the press to attend.
The Kuest speaker will be Dean
J. W. Gleeson, head of the school
of engineering . at Oregon Stat
college, who will discuss oppor
tunities for the OSC graduates in
the school of engineering.
Mrs. Carl Emmons will preside
at the meeting. Plans will be made
for the Oregon State mothers
weekend to be held on the campus
May 9. 10 and 11. A discussion
will also be held on the student
grants, to which the Salem moth'
ers group contribute. Hostesses
at the tea hour. will be Mrs. Geo
rge Hug, Mrs.. L. Ray Clark and
Mrs. W. Larson.
Past Matrons
The Past Matrons club. Order
of Amaranth met at the home of
Mrs. Ruth Heckinger on Tuesday.
The following members were
pesent: Mesdames Myrtle Walker,
Burnis Farrar, Carrie Wood, Mary
Crawford, Elsie Mercer. Maude
Presnall, Florence Taylor, Gene
Aston, Ruth Heckinger, Edna
Following a no host dinner and
business meeting the evening was
spent Informally.
New Babies Are
To Mr. and Mrs. George P.' Roth
go congratulations on the birth of
a daughter, Nancy Louise, Thurs
day morning at the Salem Gen
eral hospital. The little girl, who
weighed seven pounds and two
ounces, is the granddaughter of
Mr. . and Mrs. Theodore Roth of
Salem and Mrs. Louise Forbes of
Portland. Her great-grandmother
is Mrs. Frank Damain of Port
Mr. and Mrs. George Kingan
of Salem, are the parents of an
eight pound one ounce son. Tim-
othjr Gilmore, born April 19 at
the Emanuel hospital in Portland.
The little boy has two sisters,
Sarah and Deborah. The baby's
grandparents axe Mr. and Mrs.
George Kingan, sr., of Buffalo.
N. Y and Mr. and Mrs. William
B. Gilmore of Los Angeles, n
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Rolled Wheat is 'now avail
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flavor. Triangle 100 Rolled
Wheat is made of the finest
cereal grains ... specially
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Mrs Richard Schuma
cher (Dorothy Gescher)
who was married on April
8 at the Immaculate Con
ception church in Stayton.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Gescher of Stayton and
the groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schu
macher of Sublimity. (Jes-ten-Miller)
Tickets on Sale
For Play
Tickets for Ten Little Indians"
which will be presented by the
Willamette university players one
week from tonight, will go on sale
at 11:30 tomorrow at Needham's
Reservations for the play have
been taken all week and this sale
will be one of two at the dowrv
town store.
Those who have not purchased
tickets before the night of the
play may do so at the door. Since
the play is being presented as i
part of the May Weekend festivi
ties, many high school students
from all-over Oregon will be on
the campus as guests of fraterni
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157 S. Liberty St.
Guest Day
Sojourners were hostesses for
their annual guest day dessert
luncheon Thursday afternoon at
the Salem Woman's clubhouse.
Hostesses for the affair were Mes
dames Peter Anderson, Lloyd
Sanders. Gerald Tucker, Arthur
Erickson, Rarph Atwood and Stu
art Thede.
Special guests were Mesdames
George Kettson. S. J. Detnpsie, K.
D. Carlson. Chester Cummings,
Louis duBuy, B. L. Trelstad. Win
ston Burris, Roy Todd, Floyd
Bowers, Calvin Kent, Gordon
Park Keith. Frederick Klaus, Carl
Hansen, Vernon Wiscarspn, Her
bert Rahe. Robert Eyre, E. L.
Graham, Miss Jean Taylor and
Miss Eleanor Bailey.
The tea table and individual
tables were centered with May
baskets filled with pastel spring
flowers. Winning , prizes were
Mesdames Gordon Keith. S. J.
Dempsie, Melvin Cummings, M.
E, Knickerbocker, A. P. Collins,
Roy Todd, Melvin Bedsaul and
Louis dOBuy.
Saturday, May 3 was announced
as the date for the Sojourners
cotton casual dance.
Miss Miller Weds
In Bay City
Mrs,. Lenard Contreras (Flota
Fay Miller) is expected to visit
Salem for' a week during her
honeymoon trip, to visit With her
parent, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mill
er. The Salem girls' marriage took
place at San Francisco and was a
double ring ceremony at the
Methodist church on April 3.
After the honeymoon, the young
couple will make their home in
San Francisco where Mrs. Con
treras is in - business and Mrs.
Contreras Is an accountant for the
Industrial Indemnity Corporation.
Mrs. EstlH Brank. Mrs. Ervla
Peterson. Mrs. A. M. Nelson,
Mrs. J. Wesley Sullivan and Miss
Marian Hess were in Portland
Tuesday to attend the Alpha Gam
ma Delta international : reunion
day dinner at the University club:
Mrs. Harrv 8eheak will preside
at a one o'clock luncheon this
afternoon at her Center street
home for members of the Friday
bridge club and a group of ad
ditional guests. Cards will be in
play following the luncheon hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryaa Goodenoagh
will entertain members of their
club at dinner and bridge Sunday
night at their Market street home.
Additional guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Morrow.
ties and sororities and those who
can are urged to purchase tickets
IIo Not $2C9! HOT
1 vyf II tl
Lesion Unit JMeels
Salem unit No. 158 of the Amer-'
ican Legion auxiliary, meeting
Tuesday night, elected Mrs. Har
old Streeter and Mrs. Harlan Judd
as delegates to the department
convention in Portland in June.
Mrs. Joseph De Filippi was ap
pointed substitute secretary for
May and June. Plans for a card
party in May and rummage sale
and bazaar next winter were ap
proved by the group.
Reads Are
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read of
Sacramento, Calif, arrived in the
capital Thursday for a several
days visit with his -mother, Mrs.
W. Ludd Read, and brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert C. Cannon. Mr. Read for
merly resided in Salem and is a
graduate of Salem high school. He
is now with the department of
interior in Sacramento.
Mr. and Mrs. Cannon .will be
hosts for an informal at home
Sunday afternoon at their sub
urban residence in Morningside
for the pleasure of her brother
and his wife. Friends of Mr. Read
are asked to call between 3 and
6 o'clock. Assisting the hosts in
formally will be Mrs. Charles
A Surprise
Mrs. Lloyd Myers was hostess
for a surprise party Thursday
night at her home in compliment
to Mrs. Harold Doerfler. The eve
ning was spent informally with a
late supper served by the hostess.
The guests honored Mrs. Doerfler
with a shower. Bouquets of spring
flowers provided the decorative
Honoring Mrs. Doerfler were
Miss Margaret Wagner, Mrs. Kent
Dutton, Mrs. E. A. Johnston, Mrs.
Howard A. Stubberfield. Mrs. L.
C. Carpenter, Mrs. Gordon Bocock,
Mrs. Joseph Gately. Mrs. William
Howard, Mrs. Harold Heitling,
Mrs. Theodore Rainwater, Mrj.
Edward Heinke and the hostess.
SILVERTON Anna Njaa, ex
ecutive secretary of the National
Lutheran Daughters ofy Reforma
tion, will be a guest speaker at a
meeting of Daughters from Can
byw Woodburn and Silverton, at
Silverton Trinity church May 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Shuey hon
ored Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith
wit ha farewell dinner at their
home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Rupp, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krie
ver and the hosts.
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May 'Backfire', Lanke Indicates
By Cenraal Prance
Start Writer. The Sta Unman
Newly-passed laws regulating fees in the county recording offices
will simplify the fee system but leave in doubt the future increase
or decrease of revenue derived from recordings,. Marion County Re
corder Herman Lanke said yesterday.
In 1948 his office- collected a boot $30,000 in fees. Lanke said he
could not estimate just what the total wilt be in 1947, as the new
fee regulations go into effect
July 5.
One big item on his books is
the fees collected from recording
deeds, mortgages and other prop
erty recordings about three
fourths of the recorder's work.
A recent law passed by the legis
lature says that for photostat re
cordings the fee will be 75 cents a
page (a "page" means the front of
the instrument), and an additional
50 cents for a "rider (or the back
Yide of the copy), which can be no
larger than 8'i by 9 inches.
Intended ta Raise Feesj "
The existing fee for photostatic
recording calls for a flat charge of
$1 for up to 500 words .and 20
cents for every 100 additional
words per instrument Obvious
intent of the new law, Lanke said,
is to slap on an extra 23 cent
charge for the recording both
sides of a document - But he an
ticipates an innovation of one
sided instruments (all the printed
matter squeezed onto one side of
the copy) which will slip through
the recorder's office on a 75-cent
Under existing fee systems
many mortgage recordings, due to
their wordiness, often tallied $7
for four pages. But under the
new listing, Lanke mdicated, such
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a four-page recording could cost
only $3.
Other minor fee changes are
also on the books. Lanke said,
effecting only a small portion of
the recording business. One of
them boosts the fee for an affi
davit of annual labor or improve
ments on mining claims from 25
cents per copy to $1. A list of all
new fees will be received by hU
office from the secretary of state's
in about a month, he estimated.
Records 3f lerefilsned
Regarding the new law legaliz
ing the micro-Klming of county
records, Lanke disclosed that all
of Marion county's official docu
ments up to and including 1942
filings are on micro-film and
stored outside the courthouse. Tha
records were filmed during tha
war to safeguard them from pos
sible war destruction.
Although this county does not
micro-film Its recorded .docu
ments, it does make photostatic
copies of them. Photostats do not
save spaced which is the aim of
tha micro-filming practice ' but
they insure accuracy and sava
considerable copying time by .
eliminating typewriter copying.
Marion county has no micro-film
setup as there is no appropriation
made for one.
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