The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 13, 1949, Page 9, Image 9

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    Mrs. Kildee
Installed
Salm Rebekah L1? No. 1
.hf-l i the last meeting of the term
Monday with installatijn as the
ft-atured event.
Activities announced included:
Silem F.C. Club No. It. Thursday
at H p.m. at the home of Miss Lor
aine 'ick, 2090 Ferry with Miss
Dessie McClay as assisting host
e. Social evening of Willamette
Encampment No. 2 has been post
poned until July 22 at the IOOF
temple. The annual past noble
grands picnic will be held Tues
dy at 6 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Glenn Adams, Rt. 1, Box
121. .
Immediately following the
Lode meeting, over 200 wit
nessed the installation ceremonies
of Salem Rebekah lodge, and Che
meketa lodge, in rooms decorated
with baskets of hydrangeas, hol
lyhocks. Queen Ann's lace, and
sweet peas.
Installing officers included: dis
tiict deputy president, Mrs. W. J.
B-3rd: district deputy grand mas
ter, Lloyd Wood: deputy grand
"marshals, Miss Hazel Price, and
Rsy Webb; deputy grand war
dens. Mrs. Robert Henderson and
Msrion Curry; deputy grand sec
ietaries, Mrs. Gustave Erikson
and Jim Smith; deputy grand
treasurers, Mrs. Charles McEIroy
and William Beard; deputy grand
chaplains, Mrs. Roy Bremmer and
William Gardner; deputy grand
Inside guardians, Mrs. Ralph Hor-'
niday and Clarence Kimble; dep
uty grand musician. Mrs. Walter
Larson; right scene supporter,
Mri. N. R. Thornquist; and left
oene supporter, Mrs. Gavin Hill.
The newly installed officers in
clude: noble grand, Mrs. Justina
Kildee and Arthur Girod: vice
grands, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Apple-g-ite;
tecretaries, Mrs. Clem Ohl--n
and Joe Madison; treasurers,
Mn. Howard Hunsaker and Chris
Sompter; wardens, Mrs. Theo
Warken and Luther Melton; con-d-Ktois.
Mrs Gregory Schmidt
nd Harold Young; inside guard -i-tns.
Mrs. Fred Barker and Ray
F'mih"; outside guardians. Mrs.
Lloyd Wood and Lloyd Hockett;
right supporters to the noble
grands. Mrs. Fred Shafer and
William Beard; left supporters to
the noblej&rands, Mrs. Virgil Par-k-r
arrd Ray Webb.' chaplains.
Miss Hael Pri e and Willis Hales;
musicians, Mrs. J. I Teed and
Bilker Cornforth; right support
ers to the Vice grands, Mrs. M. W.
Rfady and George Bean; left sup
porters to the ie grands, Mrs.
Lawrence McC'lure. 3nd F'red
Psinter; past noble grands, Mrs.
Lloyd Pepper and Ernie Finch;
and for C'hemeketa ' Lvlge only,
right scene supporter, Gregory
S-hmidt; left scene supporter,
R-ilnri Myers.
The staff of grand officers of
Mrs W. J. Beard wore corsages
of hand crocheted flowers, while
tin new officers of Salem Re
"tk4h Iidge carried -nosegays of
mixed summer flowers..
A -brief program was given by
Miss Beulah Graham of the Sa-l-m
Civic Theatre, the Rebekah
Dull team under the dirction of
Mrs C larence Townsend. and a
tiibute to the Past .Noble Grand
by Salem F L. Club N j. 14.
Luke Home Scene
Of. Family Picnic
A group of relative and friends
eHebmted the fourth of Julv with
a picnic at the home of Mr. and
Mn. Leonard Luke an i familv.
There were 136 in attend nce nd
most of them came to Oregon
from South Dakota
Piesent with their chili ren were
Mi. and Mrs Elmer Luke. Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Luke. Mr. and Mrs.
Forrest Luke. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Luke. Mr. and Mrs. Lerov Luke.
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Luke. Mr.
ani Mrs. Oscar Ellinsjson. Mr. and
Mm. Gaylon Brut baker, Mr. and
Miv John Fiersall. Mr. and Mrs.
INnk Gillispie Mr. and Mrs. Fos
It W'edmore, Sir. and Mrs. Dean
BlikHy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Weddle,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wolverton. Mr.
au i Mrs. Lloyd Last. Mr. and Mrs.
If O Howe. Mr. anl Mr. P.
Sinner, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Mc-F-iiljnd
and Bernard. Mr. and
Mn F. C. McFarlar.d.. Mr and
Mrs John Reese, Mrs. Marv Gros
min, Mrs. Delia Black, and Jerry.
Mi. iiid Mrs. Bob Rjunef and Mr.
Albeit Lidkie all of Silm; Mrs.
Emma Luke Lawlis. Mr and p,r.i.
H'ltner Luke. Mr. and Mrs. yiirl
Luke. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L'ike,
Mr. and "Mis. H. J. Luke. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Mchanev. Mr. and
Mis Everett Graves. Mr and Mrs.
Vernon Enger. Mr. aril Mrs Ben
Tavlor. Vancouver. Wuh.: Ralph
MClanahan. Corvalhs; Mr
Mr Kenneth MarhJM.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Skeel
"TJot. Montana.
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Woman Detective Knows Work
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By Adelaide Kerr
AP Newfeature Writer
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NEW YORK When the New York police narcotic bureau beard
reports ttiat teen-age youngsters in the Bronx were taking mari
juana sortie time ago, it sent Detective Winifred Hayes on the case.
She put on the slacks and shirt that are her working clothes, climb
ed into hftr bright convertible and wheeled uptown.
There she watched and waited, hidden in her parked car or ming
ling witrf children and people of the neighborhood till she had
learned vyhat she needed to know to clamp down on men who wtere
selling drugs to youngsters.
You wfluld never dream to look at Miss Hayes that she is a de
tective. She looks more like a woman who would scream at sight
of a burglar. Her dark blond hair curls softly around her young
iace, her .eyes are deep blue, her smile is warm and quick. Dressed
in her street clothes, she is a sight to turn any man's head, f
She had two years at Hunter college and worked at the New
Yoik radio station of the Paulist fathers, before her father, who
was on the police force, suggested she would make a good detective.
She joined the police force in 1940 after a brisk training in city
laws, and lifting 40 pound weights. In time she became one of about
20 New York women detectives, and finally was placed on the nar
cotic squjjd a unique assignment for a woman.
She arid Detective Sherman Willse work together as a team in
a constarit search for the seller, of heroin, cocaine and other drugs
and for their "plants" (caches). One seller fastened his dope to the
backs of mirrors and picture frames with adhesive tape. Others
hide it irj their shoe or" under bricks in the cellar.
Sometimes Willse does the front work, sometimes it's Miss Hayes,
depending on the case. Hayes is particularly useful at trailing peo
ple on stjbways or at searching women sellers who carry the dope
in hair, girdle or stocking top. More than once she has done stellar
work arjd some of her biggest hauls have followed hunches.
There if as the time the narcotic squad was tipped that 56 ounces
of cocainje could be found in a certain Cuban's apartment in New
York. A tare fill search failed to reveal it but the Cuban left town
in hate.iSome days later when Hayes and Willse were trailing an
addict, they picked up the trail of a seller and followed him to the
awriing-cjbvered door of a bar and grill wherehe mysteriously dis
appeared, Search in the grill failed to reveal him. Suddenly the sel
ler reappeared with a companion carrying a package. Willse nab
bed, bothjand found ten ounces of cocaine in the package.
Search of the man's apartment, however, revealed nothing more
interesting than a bunch of keys. Questioned about one of the keys,
the seller said that it belonged to an apartment in Cuba. Suddenly
all the pieces of the puzzle flashed together in Hayes' mind to make
one complete picture. She realized that the Cuban's apartment which
she had searched fruitlessly was near the awning covered door of
the grill where the dope seller had disappeared. He must have gone
to that apartment! She took the key there, tried it on a hidden door
and opened it to find 48 ounces of cocaine. With the 10 ounces they
had found on the seller, they had the 56 ounces they had been tip
ped: about. ,
Miss Hayes job keeps her working long-hours, sometimes more
than 24 at a time. So she cannot make dates' far ahead. But she sees
movies anyway. SiRe owns a movie projector, rents tilms and runs
them at home. Dressmaking is her real hobby, though. After a hard
day in the dope racket she turns to the sewing machine and runs
n hne nsfthe dresses that help make her such a pleasant view. And
if things' get dull at home, she has one sure cure
tective yarn. - ,
-she reads a de-
Riches Reunion '
'i
On Sunday
'
Event of- Sunday at the Elden
Molkev plare on the Silver Creek
Falls roadliwas the 20th annual
reunion fit the George P. S. Riches
and Charles Riches families. A
picnic dinner was served during
the afternoon. Thomas J. Riches
of Salem was elected president for
1950 and ! Frank A. Riches, of
Buena. Wajfh. served as president
the past yir
Arenrling the event were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Riches of Buena.
from Silveiiton. Mr. and Mrs. C.
H Given.! Mr. and Mrs Raich
Mulkey. iJloyd Mulkey. Mr. and
Mrs. Charjes Mulkey. Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Warnock. Mr. and i
Mrs. Arthur Nelson. Mr. and Mrs.
Richard N'iflson and Elsie. Mrs.
Sophia Monies. Mr. and Mrs. K.
H. Given, jiMr. and Mrs Harry
RicheS anjj Raymond. Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Riches and Mary
Jane. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riches.
Bnbbv and: Nancy. Winifred and j
Lois Richei. Mr. and Mrs. Elden
Mulkev. Maurico Mulkey. Mr.
and Mrs. Nv. E. Parrish, Merle
Damewoodj; Mrs. Helen Paeet.
Mrs. Leslie!; Ixiwery. Randy Low
ery. Mrs. jVillis Dunnigan and
"Kent: frort: Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
George H.;:Rithes. Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd T ipiches. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Chambers. Mr. and Mrs.
Lvnn Furbjush. Tom Riches and
Susan -Oalie Riches. Miss Betty
Montgomery. Robert L Riches.
John W. Riches: from Tillamook.
Mr." and Mrs Glenn Parrish: from
Stayton, Sjisan Brownell.
The Sooth Salem Woman's
Christian Temperance Union is
holding itsianniial institute meet
ing at the country home of Mrs.
V. E. Billion Friday. This is to
i be an; all day meeting with a no
host luncheon . at noon. Cars will
leav e the Leslie Methodist church
The devotional service
by Mis. Bessie Cooper.
lierest from the follow -
ViaiUnr in Salem Sunday was
Mrs. James T. Chinn of Honolulu,
who was a guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCain. Mrs.
Chinn has spent most of her life
in Hawaii and was returning from
Boston, where she was a delegate
to the National Education conven-
Miss Lang
Engaged
Adding her name to the list of
brides-elect is Miss Jo Ann Lang,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Lang of Rickreall, who has an
nounced her engagement to Hugh
Hickerson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Hickerson of Dallas. The
wedding is planned for next June.
Miss Lang and her fiance are
graduates of Independence schools
and he is now attending Qregon
State college. The bride-elct is
employed in Salem.
Joseph Meyer
Takes Bride
MT. ANGEL St. Marv's Catho
lic church with the altars and
sanctuary decorated with white
gladiouses made a beautiful set- i
ting frr the wedding of Miss Ora i
Mae Koch of Monitor and Joseph
Meyer of Salem at 9 30 o'clock
Saturdav morning. Julv 9. The
Rev. Vincent Koppert officiated at
the double ring ceremony and the
nuptial mass. Miss Helen Keber j
Dresided at the organ and St. j
Mary'j choir sng with solos by '
Miss Pauline Saalfeld and Miss
Eustelle Batman.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tony Koch of Monitor
and the groom's parents are Mr. :
and Mrs. John J. Meyer of Salem. ;
Mr. Meyer gave his daughter in ;
marriage. Her gown was of white,
satin with fitted bodice with sheer
yoke and four-tiered ruffles of j
French lace and full skirt with 1
court train. Matching tiers of lac
edged the tulle veil held'in place
by a coronet of pearl beads. She
carried a colonial bouquet of or- !
chids and white carnations and '
wore a ,hree-strnd pearl neck
lace, a family' heirloom worn by
all brides in the Meyer family.
Miss Caroline Zuber of Wood-
burn was maid of honor in lime !
green marquisette studded with :
gold and bridesmaids were Miss
Ar!ene Zubrr and Miss Clara
Baune. who wore frocks of yellow
marquisette studded wih cold. ,
All three attendants wearing mat
ching hats and mitts and carrying
colonial bouquets of vari gated
sweet peas.
Tl-e best man was John Meyer
and groomsmen. William Hassen
bacher and Alfred Hunt of Slf-m
David Loccik, Lawrence V'ej.sner ;
and Nick We-s were ushers.
A buffet breaklat and ,rcintion
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