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tllulu ,5Iease Damozel." a
song cycle," presented yes
' terday afternoon as the clos
ing program of tha Salem Women's
club is one of 'the " most modern
pieces of music which has ever been
heard In Salem. . As sung yesterday
by the chorus of women's voices
nnder the directori of Miss "Lena
Belle Tartar, it waits an unusual suc
cess. "The Blessed Damozel is the
title of a picture and a poem, both
by Rossetti, and jot music by the
modern French composer, Debussy,
(o which the poem has been set.
' The chorus wai conmnspii .
first soprano. Missi Ada Miller. Miss
liott. Mrs. R. M.
prano, Mrs. H. M.
Galloway, Mrs. a
Miss Lucille El-
llofer; second so-
Stiles, Mrs. T. M.
J. Rahn. Miss
and Miss Dorpthy
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Pearce: first altoi Miss l.ucn Rar
ton, Mrs. A. A. Schramm, Mrs. J. J
Roberts. Miss Kate Chatburn; sec-
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auo. miss Lena-Belle Tartar.
Miss. Margaret) Hodge and Miss Ed
na sterling. Miss Ada -Miller took
the solo ' The iBlessed Damozel" and
Mrs. John J. Roberts also took other
fcolo parts. Mrs. William H. Hurg
hardt. Jr.. at (the piano. Miss Shel
don at the organ, and Miss Lillian
Stege, violinist, played the pre fide
and accompanied the chorus. Mrs.
Hurghard't was in charge of the en
. This meeting of thj club closes one
of. the. most, successful years which
the club has ever had. Aid has been
given in thej Belgian relier ffinds
and in the Salvation army drive and
there has als been a marked in
crease in thef scholarship loan fun!
which the clttb maintains.
; Since this was the last meeting.
Guest day was observed and after
Jthe business meeting and program
lea was served In the Commercial
flub reading 'f-oom which was hand
somely decorated with palms and
bouqnets of snowballs and Scotch
broom. A basket of purple iris
adorned the tea table at which Mrs.
J. H.. Albert presided. The social
committee was composed of Mrs. T.
?C. Smith. Jr.; Mrs. Curtis B. Cross.
Mrs. T. A. Llvesley, Mrs. R. K Lee
iSteiner. Mrs.l w. H. Burghardt, Jr..
Mrs. O. C Locke, and Mrs. William
Officers who i will preside when
the club resnmes meetings in Sep
tember are: Mrs. Z. J. Riggs. pres
ident, Mrs. W. I. Staley, vice-president.
Mrs. Clifford Brown, record
ing secretary. Miss Hazel Hazard,
financial' secretary. Mrs. G. C. Bel
linger, secretary, Mrs. U. G. Shipley,
auditor, Mrsl R. J. Hendricks, di
rector. '. .--
.Following is the program of "The
A few words about the composer.
Mrs. William E. Kirk.
Reading Rossetti's "The Blessed
Damozel." Miss Lucile , Elliott.
Prelude Mrs. William H.. Burg
hardt, Jr.. piano. Miss Sheldon, or
gan. Miss Lillian Stege, violin.'
Chorns j - -.
Narrator .(Solo) Mts. John J.
Chorus ' -t
Narrator t-Solo - - . ,
Chonis--ri ' 1 " r
Solo- "The Blessed DamozeU"
Mi?s Ada Miller: 1 " "
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Chorus. ' - t
The pia.no was- furnished by the
Wiley B. Allen company, v
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Governor and Mrs. Ben W. Olcott
were honor guests yesterday at the
annual spring luncheon of the Port
land Federation of Women's organ
izations held at Hotel Portland. Re
ceiving honors with the Olcotts were
Mrs. Alexander Thompson, of The
Dalles, and I Mayor and Mrs. George
L. Baker, of Portland. .-!
-Friends or Lieutenant and Mrs.
Karl Flegel (Barbara Steiner) will
Dc interested to know that they have
taken an apartment near Camp Mills.
New York, where the lieutenant is
asigned to duty. k
Honoring Miss Margery. Marvin
and her fiance, E. Fritz Slade, Mrs.
W. H. Lytle and Mrs. J. L. Van Dor
en were ! hostesses Thursday night
iur a smart dinner party. Cherokea
roses, and masses' of white Scotch
broom together withlgav colored
hearts were used in an artistic-decorative
The guest list Included Miss Mar
gery Marvin. E. Fritz Slade. Gover
nor and Mrs. Ben W. Olcott, Mr, and
Mrs. T. A. Llvesley. Miss Cornelia
Marvin. Mr. and Mrs. William Plimp
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Thiel-
sen, Mr. and Mrs. William Burg-
narai, .Mr. and Mr. Percy Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hofer. and Ward
De Beck, of Vancouver, R. C.
The same hostepes honored Miss
Marvin and Mr. Slade again last
night when a few of the younger set
were bidden for dinner. Those who
received invitations were Miss Mar
gery. Marvin. E Fritz Slade, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederic. Thielsen, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Frv. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Jame
Linn, Mrs. Hollbter McGuire. Miss
Hazel Downing. Miss Aline Thomp
son. James Young, Albert Egan, and
Chemeketa chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution will
entertain Saturday, in honor of
Mrs. Isaac Lee. Patterson, the
newly- .elected vice-president gen
eral or the national organiza
tion. Invitations have, been is
sued to all state officers and'
chairmen of committees for the lun
cheon'and reception but it is not pos
sible yet to ascertain how many 'will
accept. I '
State officers of the D. A. R. ace:
Mrs. F. M. Wilkins. Eugene, regent:
Mrs. W F. Bun-ell, Portland, vice
regent; Miss-Bertha F, Comings, Eugene.-
corresponding secretary; Miss
Edith E. Benedict, Salem, recording
secretary; Miss Ann M. Lang, treas
urer. The Dalles; Mrs. W. F. Wal
ters, Gresham, historian; Mrs. P. A.
Ydung. Albany, consulting registrar;
and Mrs. Aygie Mr. Gould, Marsh
field, cnaplain. "
An; effort is being made to send)
Invitajtlons to every woman In Salem
who is eligible to membership In the
D. A. R. to attend the receMion on
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Covers were laid for 16 at the
dinner table of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Mills Friday night when they enter
tained at one of the most elaborate
dinner parties of the week.' Two
cut glass bowls In which were a mass
of Marchal Neill roses and baby
breath topped with bows of . yellow
tulle adorned the table and yellow
shaded candles made perfect the col-
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MISS? MAROEItV MARVIN, whose wcuding to Kdmoinl Fritz Slade
will be one of the smartest events of early summer. June 7 has
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or scheme of pale .yellow and white.
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ocmru inn .-nr. ana sirs, aims
were Mr. and Mrs. Rov Burton Mr
and Mrs. J. p. McKinnon, Mr. and
airs. Paul Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Meyers,, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Webb, Mr., and Mrs. Walter Spauld
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carnoyer.
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Pale pink sweet peas centered the
dinner table at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. John J. Roberts Wednesday
night. The dinner was followed by
dancing at the Country Club. Mrs.
Roberts' guests were Mr. and Mrs.
T. A. Llvesley. Miss Catherine Slade.
and Ward' De Beck.
Miss Etbelwynne Kelly, Salem's
talented young dramatic reader, ac
cepted an invitation to appear at
Oregon City,. Friday evening. May 2.
The program given at that time, wat
an operetta staged by 70 Bmall child
ren at Shlveley opera house. The
entertainment was sponsored by the
Woman's club of the First Congre
gational r.hurch and was- under the
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this wonderful little girl. While In
Oregon City Misa Kelly received ur
gent invitations Mo appear at two
other programs the following even
ing but as a Short Visit to Portland
was included in : her plans for the
aa sne could not accept these hon
ors. This little artist has long been
a great favorite In Salem and her
musical talent as well as her won
deriul readings have delighted score
or Salem and Portland audiences.
Miss Keliey is a pupil of Orville
Crowder Miller, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Buxby and
little son of Portland are guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ev
ans. Mrs. Buxby will remain for the
week but her husband will 3tay only
ove- the week-end.
Mrs. John A. Carson is visiting
with her daughter in Seattle.
One of the coining events of great
interest is the concert to be given by
the Clee club of Willamette univer
sity in the armory May 23. The
men's club concert Is an annual
event in Salem, and is always one of
the most important musical features
of the year.
A slight departure from the cus
tom is noted that the concert is to
be piven in the armory this year.
In place of presenting it In the opera
house and charging fairly hij?h pric
es the club has voted unanimously
to charge a uniform admittance fee
of 23 cents.
Because 'of aneettVed Conditions
and the S. A. Tt C. the club began
is practice later 'this year than usual
which necessitated rutting down the
usual extended schedule of out-of-town
.dates. Ii rrite of this, the
club has a number of concerts booked
in the valley towns nd will fpend
each week-end away from Salem un
til the close of the college year.
The personnel of the club that
took the 2000-aiile trip into Wash
ington and eastern Oregon a year
ago is very little chanred. Several
of the men who have been in the er
ice have, returned and two or three
new members have materially
strengthened the club.
One of the features of th club
will le the work of the varsity quar
tet which is well known throughout
the state. In the last four years the
quartet has sung in over l.'iO towns
in Washington and Oregon. This is
to be the last year of the old quar
tet with the present personnel, and
Hie concert wfil probably le their
last public appearance in Salem.
The quartet has been 'making a
number of short trips this spring
and one long one into southern Ore
gon, almost to the California line.
They have been gladly welcomed
wherever they: have gone and the
shortness of the season compels them
to refuse many offers of dates.
The program is entirely new and
tinder the direction of Prof. John R.
Sites, the club fully expects to sur
pass any of their previous concerts.
The; last concert about a year ago,
was' given in the opera house and a
good many people were turned away.
As accompanist, piano soloist and
reader the clab has Miss Florence
Shirley, a senior" in fne college of
music. This is Miss Shirley's second
year with the club. She Is well
known in musical circles as well as
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Liberty Street, Salem
public speaking and oratory, havln;
represented Willamette in the state
oratorical contest this year.
The club is composed of 18 mem
bers, practically all of whom have
had a good deal of experience In
male chorus and quartet work. A
number of special attractions In the
way of readings and solos will be in
cluded in the program. 4.
Miss Irene-Robison, a sophomore
at O. A. C. is the weeVend guest
of Miss Elsie Casper at 405 North
Liberty street. Miss Robison Is a
member of Alpha Chi Omega soror
ity. Miss Leon a Wiedmer Is the guest
or Miss Gertrnde Camfpll at - the
T. K. Campbell residence" In Port
land. Mrs. Holllster McGuire. who was
the house guezt of her bister. M.
R. M. Hofer, for several weeks. U
now visiting with relatives fa Port
land. The Portland Telegram says
of her visit. ;
A charming visitor In the city, who
is being extensively entertained la
Mrs. llolliater McGuire (Tessa Dent)
of .Oakland. Cal., who '$ the bouse
guest of her sistevin-Iaw. Urt
Charles E. Stolte. of Mt. fTabr. Mrs.
McGuire visited her tibter. Mrs. R.
M. Hofer, in Salem, for several weeks
on her way to Portland. Many to-
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a la-e dancing party, at which Mrs.
Hofer was hostess. Mrs. 6tolt Las
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MUa Mildred Harding is a week
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Mrs. Charles Hardtnr ntrt. in4
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man of Wood burn.
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