The Oregon Daily Journal 26 February 1920 -- Augusta Asp and Freida
Women Ushers Are Guests At Breakfast By Helen Hotrhiann MOKK than 25 young women who act as tiHherx In local moving nocture l.ounes were Kuest of honor at the Young Women's ChriHtian association Wednesday morning at a breakfast served by the secretaries of the association association In cooperation with the Oom-lrunity Oom-lrunity Oom-lrunity Service workers. The tables were attractively arranged in the social hall with bowls of yellow Jonquils for decoration. An Informal program of more than usual Interest offerod entertainment for the occasion. Walter Jenkins led the eirln In MinKinjc and (rave a few solo numbers accompanied by Mian Grace J. Brown. Miss Eva OUvotti of the Alcazar Players gave a brlel talk expressing expressing her appreciation of the community community service program and, Mrs. Herbert Oarr Reed gave a well chosen reading, an adaptation of one of O. Henry's stories. The dancing numbers were contributed to the program by Pauline Oarrigues. Hazel Fassett and Eulalia Page. W. D. Longfellow, expert lifesaver with the American Red Cross, assisted by Miss Lillian Hanson of the physical education department and Mrs. Norman Christie, general secretary of the Y. W. C. A., gave a series of highly entertaining and Instructive stunta in first aid and life saving in the swimming pool. Among those present were: The MisHes Marie Young, Claudia Gardner. Melba Kills, Mary McCutchen. Iteba Wall, nnrnihv MufhpwH Mildred Brvan. Olira Gregor, Madge Donley, Cecelia Mr- Mr- Laughlin. Frieda Burwick. Augusta Asp, Gertrude Hivnoe. Meryl Hates, Alma Carstens, Intone Twidwell, Audrey Denniston, He i,ores Hunt. Laurel Al-ford, Al-ford, Al-ford, Janet 1'ende.gast, Audiiah Peetz, Hazel M. Balrd, Mrs. Nelson F. Johnson, Wllbert K. longfcllow. Mrs. Herbert parr Reed. Mrs. John Koss Dukeon, Kva Ollvottl, Grace J. Brown and W. R. Jenkins.