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SALEM WILL entertain for the state convention of Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs on May 7 and 8.
Mrs. George Rossman of Salem is the state president.
' Some of . the committee heads arranging convention details met this week at the home of Mrs. Rossman, who
showed the group through the gardens at her home.
Plans for her May 11 wedding are being told
by Miss Patricia R. Ullman.
She is to be married the evening of that date to
Lt. Bruce Erwin Davis of Fairmont. West Virginia.
The service will be at 8 o'clock in St. Paul's
Episcopal Church with the Rev. George H. Swift
Miss Anita de Urioste of San Francisco is to
be maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Stan
ley Johnson, Mrs. Robert E. Ullman of Portland,
Sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Sharon Brown.
Second Lieutenant John C. Custer of Chicago,
now at Ford Ord, Calif.) is to be best man. Among
the ushers will be the bride's two brothers, Donald
W. Ullman and Robert E. Ullman, the latter of
The reception following will be in the church
Miss Ullman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Ullman and Lt. Davis is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Davis of Fairmont, West Virginia.
ONK OF the new week's special events will be (hp annual parly given by Rolarian Women for all members
and hushandrThir year's affair he "Moulin Rouge" party will be next Wednesday night at the Marion Hotel.
Some ol the committee to prac ice out the French cafe theme met this week ami Included in the picture above,
leTfo r ght Mrs Re nolds Allen, Mrs. William Bush, Mrs. John Croekatt, Mr,. Dale Parker.
Ladies Auxiliary to Willamette Encampment ol
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, plans a busi
ness session, practice for initiation and a social
houi -"riday evening. May 3, at 3 o'clock, at the
Hostesses are Mrs. Charles Bowman and Mrs.
Xiyrna Stewart, the latter of Turner.
For the regular meeting of Salem Rebekah
L'-'se No. 1 Monday evening. April 29. members
o' Ladies Auxiliary to Willamette Encampment of
1'iOF will provide the program. The group also
will sell refreshments as a fund-raising project.
Golden Ace Club is featuring a "Luncheon is
Served" program for Friday. May 3. The meal
will be served at 12 noon at the YWCA preceding
the business session.
Plan for State Federation Convention
GALA evening is planned by members of
Candlelite Dance Club next Saturday
night, May 4, the party to be the windup
of the season for the group.
First, members of the board and committees
will gather at-the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Spencer for a social hour at 6:30 o'clock, then go
to Chuck's Steak House for a dinner and business
session at 7:30 o'clock.
The dance will be in Four Corners Community
Hall at 9 o'clock, with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gilmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Flory, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. William Hicks on
Englewood Woman's Club meets' Friday after
noon, May 3, 'at the home of Mrs. D. B. Simpson,
1550 Norway, with Mrs. Arthur Flint and Mrs. J.
Fred Pugh as assistant hostesses.
Mrs. Orrin Chase will talk on her recent Mexi
can tour. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Lloyd
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THEY WORK ON ROTARIAN WOMEN'S PARTY
Laurel and Priscilla Guilds of Knight Memorial
Congregational Church are joining in sponsoring a
benefit turkev dinner at the new church basement
dining room. Friday evening. May 3. Church mem
bers and the public will be served continuously
from 5:30 to 7:30 o'clock. All proceeds will go to
augment the building fund for the new basement
Overall planning for the dinner has been han
dled by Mrs. Arthur Fisko. chairman of Laurel
Guild and Mrs. Roland Brown, chairman of Pris
cilla Guild, assisted by Mrs. Clarence Binger. Mrs.
Emery Feller. Mrs. Mait Welch. Mrs. Wesley
Corning and Mrs. Harold Halzenhuhler.
Co-chairmen arc Mrs. Richard Smart and Mrs.
Paul Nieswander. with other committee chairmen
including Mrs. N. E. Edwards, Mrs. Binger, Mrs.
Lewis Mitchell and Mrs. Erwin Batterman. Mn.
Charles Neubauer is in charge of ticket sales.
WOMEN "PLAN FOR STATE FEDERATION
Medical Auxiliary Plans 6 Coffees
Members of Marion-Polk Medical Society Auxil
iary arc planning a series of six coffees next
Tuesday morning, April 30, the affairs to be given
simultaneously between 10 and 12 o'clock.
Each member is inviting a guest, and the mem
bers arc each contributing a sum, the money to
be used by the auxiliary for its projects.
Following are the hostesses for the affairs:
Mrs. Kenneth D. Gaver, Cottage 25, Bates Dr.,
State Hospital grounds, Mrs. Henry H. Dixon, Mrs.
John Rennebohm and Mrs. G. Donald Beardsley
Mrs. William L. Lidbeck, 3845 Pringle Rd., Mrs.
Harman Harvey, Mrs. Robert T. Boals, Mrs. Ed-
St. Vincent's Altar Society will elect officers
at its meeting Wednesday evening, May 1, at 8
o'clock, at the parish hall.
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Thimble Club. Neighbors ol Woodcraft, will
meet Thursday. May 2, lor a 12 noon potluck lunch
eon at the home of Miss Emma Peters. 425 S.
Winter St. A plant sale will be conducted during
the afternoon's program.
A dessert and a social afternoon are on the cal
endar for Hal Hibbard Auxiliary. United Spanish
War Veterans. Friday May 3, atsl:30 p.m.. at
Meier 4 Frank VSalom Oregon room. Co-hostesses
will be Mrs. Joseph Torbet and Mrs. William Hil
debrandt. Barbara Frielchie Tent, Daughters of Union
Veterans, will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul A.
Ficke, 863 Shipping St., Friday, May 3, at 1 p ta 0
At left above, left to right: Mrs. John S. Tyler, Jr., president of Salem
general convention chairman; Mrs. Rossman,-the state president.
In group at right, left to right: Mrs. O. E. Palmatecr, Mrs. Howard N.
Wallace Cowen, the latter of the Salem Zenith Club.
ward A. Lebold, co-hoslcsses.
Mrs. James Haworth, 2776 Alvarado Terrace,
Mrs. Harold Poole, Mrs. George Schrunk, Mrs.
Kenneth Vollmar as the co-hostesses.
Mrs. W. C. Smith, 730 Tillman, Mrs. George
R. Hoffman, Mrs. Merle Brown, Mrs. Hugh Dowd,
Mrs. Richard Upjohn, 285 West Letcllc, Mrs.
S. C. Steneroddcn, Mrs, Don Woodward and Mrs.
Ray Schneider, assisting hostesses.
Mrs. Norman L. Dodds, 255 Church, Silverton,
Mrs. Virgil Pettit, Mrs. Thad Moreland, Mrs. B. L.
Trelstad as co-hostesses.
Circles of the First Methodist Church will meet
Wednesday, May 1, as follows:
Circle No. 1, 1:15 p.m., with Mrs. Frank G.
Myers, 502 N. Winter; co-hostcsscs, Mrs. Cora
Smith and Miss Elsie Miller.
Circle No. 2, with Mrs. Lcona Johnson, 455 S.
High, for 1:15 dessert.
Circle No. 3, with Mrs. George Saunders, 2190
S. High, 1:15 p.m.
Circle No. 4, to meet at 1:15 p.m.' with Mrs.
A. A. Kccnc, 235 Oak Way; co-hostess, Mrs. O. W.
Circle No. 5, 1:15 p.m. with Mrs. Byron Sieg
fried. 1011 S. Liberty St.; co-hostcss, Mrs. Howard
Gardner. ' v
Circle No. 6, in the Carrier room at the church
at 12:45 p.m.; hostesses, Mrs. Sam Pa 111 and Mrs.
Circle No. 7, with Mrs. James Nickel, 2470
Hyde St.; co-hostesses, Mrs. James Miller and
Mrs. Elmer Hildrcth. at 8 p.m.
Circle No. 8. with Mrs." Thad Moreland, 2020
Alvarado Terrace, 8 p.m.
ONE OF TIIF, Spring's larger benefit parties comes next Tuesday afternoon April 30, the one given by Salem
Club, Daughters of the N4le. Among the committee members working on plans are the five above, left to right:
Mrs. Norman Fletcher, Mrs, W. Clark Rachman, Mrs, Leonard Rowan, Mrs. J. Earl Cook, Mrs. Kennel W.
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Woman's Club; Mrs. Clark C. McCall,
Huusakcr, - Mrs. Carl Goldsby, Mrs.
HOWARD W. RUNKEL, head of the
department of speech at Willamette Uni
versity, will speak at the no-host luncheon
of Chemeketa Chapter, Daughters of the American
Revolution Saturday, March 4, 1 p.m., at the Mar
ion Hotel. Tho musical program will be presented
by Betty Starr Anderson.
A memorial service will be conducted by Mrs.
Philip T. Boulflcur and Mrs. J. O. Farr. Mrs.
H. M. Broadbcnt, regent of the chapter, will pre
sent a report on the 66th Continental Congress of
the organization in Washington, D.C., from which
she has just returned.
Election and installation of officers will follow
Hostess committee for the afternoon Includes
Mrs. L. O. Arcns, Miss Elizabeth Russum, Mrs,
F. J. Wied, Mrs. David H. Looncy, Miss Margaret
Looncy, Mrs. Edwin A. Jory and Airs. Homer
Convention delegates were named by the Wom
en's Society of World Service of the First Evan
gelical United Brethren Church at its meeting
Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred
Scharf. The annual meeting is set for May 14 to 17
at Jennings Lodge.
Named as delegates were Mrs. Charles L.
Franklin and Mrs. Royal T. Hayes. Alternates are
Miss Charlotte McLean and Mrs. Ralph M. Eyre.
Miss Dorothy Knglcbart talked on Hawaii and
showed pictures taken thcrei Devotions were led
by Mrs. H. L. Budd.
Gnosis of the society were Mcsdames Dorothy
Wooldridgc, Lois Sorensen, Doroihy Bair, Enrlene
Gallhcigh, Effie Verstccg, Don Howell, and Mar
joric Rose, all of Clear Lake; Mrs. Denn R. Dav
enport, Mrs. J, E, Davis, Mrs. Max Swink, Mrs.
Arnold Jacobson and Mrs. Mary Walling.
Refreshments were in charge of Mrs. Kenneth
D. HiKiker, chairman, Mrs. Eugene E, Hilfikcr,
Miss Ruth Stover and Miss Helen Austin.
ANNUAL NILE CLUB PARTY NEXT TUESDAY
Mcm')?rs rf th? mothers clubs or the two Salem
charters o.' LtMoV- OT'e'- for. Boys are to ba
hos'.csF-s at a tea next Friday afternoon to honor
all girls vho are candidates or the title of state .
The tea will be at the home of Mrs. Mike Stein-'
bock next Friday, between 3 and 5 o'clock.
Ten girls will be honored, each representing a
district"" in DeMolay for the state conclave. Miss
Kathy Archer is the candidate from Capitol dis
trict, including the Salem chapters, Chemeketa and
The slate sweetheart is to be announced at the
the downtown armory. John H. Johnson, Gerry "
Frank and Joan Ross are the committee of judges '
for the contest to name'the state sweetheart.
Pouring at the Friday tea will be Mrs. Julius
Jacobson and Mrs. Charles W. Ronk. ,
Mrs, Frank Withers, chairman; Mrs. Ernie
Scharf, Mrs. Dick Orcy, Mrs. Lloyd Davenport and .
Mrs. Leonard Rowan are the committee from the
Mothers Club of Chemeketa Chapter, DeMolay,'..
working on the tea. ;
Mrs. Joseph Renault, chairman, Mrs. Thelma
Southwick, Mrs. Bingham Powell, Mrs. Bruce
Crandall. Mrs. Tom H. Dunham, Mrs. Charles W. ,
Ronk are the committee from Mothers Club of
Willamette Chapter, DeMolay.
Annual homecoming of Ladies Auxiliary to Pa- ,
triarchs Militant, Canton Capital No. 11, was ob-
served by the organization Thursday evening
with a polluck dinner preceding the program and
Mrs. Walter Larson was in charge of the pro- "
gram presenting- Debbie Hockett in baton twirling,'
Mrs. Erma Cooper In readings, and instrumental '
music by Roy Pease, George V. Naderman and
Gregory Schmidt. !
Mrs. Charles Bowman was elected as delegate
to the state association meeting in Bend May 20. '
Mrs, Vallerie Grace Webber was received as I
Baptismal services for Annette Rcnce Zigler,
two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Zigler, were conducted Easter Sunday morning in ,
the First Presbyterian Church. Dr. Paul N. Poling1 :i
officiating. The little girl is the granddaughter ol
Mrs. Wayne Price. . ;
Annual bazaar and cooked food sale of the
Royal Neighbors of America Sewing Club has
been set for Friday, May 10, at 147 N. High St.
Mothers Day gifts will be featured.
Interest of members of the First Methodist' . ',
Church is centering in the "Loyalty Dinners" on
Wednesday,' Thursday and Friday, May. 1, 2 and 3..
The three complimentary turkey dinners for the, ".
entire membership of the church will be given in .
the church dining hall at 6:30 o'clock each eve-';'
Consideration of the annual budget is the pur-,;;
pose of the dinners and C. Ronald Hudkins, finance.
commission chairman, has announced that the , -presentation
will be made in dramatic form.
Members arc being invited to sit at specified
tables with designated co-captains assigned as
hosts at each table. i .;
Co-captains on Wednesday evening will be"
Messrs. and Mcsdames Harvey Aston, Hub Harris,-'
Lloyd Clark, Warren Clark, W. F. Dodge, Willis
Gates, D. A. Goodridgc, Howard Grimms, K. W. -'
Hamilton, E. E. Hill, A. L. Lindbcck, Floyd Mc
Nail, Everett Meier, C. L. Mink, Georgo Pcnson, '
Ervin W. Potter, Myron C. Poguc, Earl Saling,,i
Harold Smcdloy, Joe Van Cleve, Earl Wiper and
L. A. Warner, tho Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Empepi-
Colonel and Mrs. Willis Vincent, and Dr. .andyMfs.-.!
F. D. Voigt. ..-,:
At the dinner on Thursday serving as co-captains
will be Everett Wilcox and Messrs. and Mcs
damos Darrell Crosslcr, Preston Doughton, Fred
Humphrey, C. A. Jordan, Walter B. Minicr, Den
nis Patch, Elmer J. Church, L. K. Richardson,
Frank Tomic, Don Walton, S. A. Whcatley, Jerry '"
Whipple, Vernon Wiscarson, Don Fulton, Ed Tag
gart, Sam Pahl, Stearns Cushing, Henry Otto,"' '
Wayne Schrunk, Harry W. Scott and Robert Coe;1"!
Drs. and Mcsdames R. M. Gatkc, Thad Moreland '
and W. C. Zcller.
Friday's co-captains arc Messrs, and Mcs
dames Fred Halvarson, Ralph DaMctz, Lloyd A.
Lee, S. W. Marslcrs. Elmo M. Mills, James A.
Nickel, Don F. Smith, Robert Zcller, Dwight
Phipps, William A. Leeper, John Fessnnt, Olcn M. ' ',
Williams, Glenn K. Barge. H, B. Rothrock, John '
W. Carr, Fred Clausscn, Henry G. Carl, Ollie Wil
liams and Virgil T. Golden, Drs. and Mesdamcs
P. D. Baker, D. II. Schulze, Burton Bastuschcck
and Roy M. Loekcnour. "'
Commanders of the teams of hosts for the three ' '
evenings aro Richard Gillis, T. R.- Hobart and
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