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THE OREGON STATESMAN: SI' NO AY, MAItTIl 2. 1020.
By RUTH LEXOKK FISHER
HE presence in Salem over the Old Sweet Song" and "Mighty Like
-week-end or the young folk
from the University of Oregon
and from Oregon Agricultural col
lege baa caused ia larjre number of
informal affairs for the younger set.
The O. A. C. students will return
tonight to their studies at Corvallls
bat the Eugene folk will remain dur
ing the week and help to stimulate
society from its pre-Easter lull which
has been evident recently. Miss
Marjory Kay is one of the popular
young maids of the city who Is
spending the spring vacation with
her parents. Miss Ethel McGilchrlst
is also here for the week, as is Mi as
Doris Churchill. Miss Josephine
Baumgartner arrived home Friday
for the week at home.
' i ) . ;
pne of the very Celigbtful assem
blages of the week was Wednesday
etenlng when the Daughters of Vet
erans entertained at the armory,
members of the G. A. R. and their
Wives, and the Sons of Veterans and
The evening's entertainment con
sisted of a program which opened
with a community sing of "Ameri
ca." J. Fred McGrew of Willamette
university gave a reading, the Salem
high school orchestra gave "Love's
Girls! Battermilk Creates
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The first application of Howard's
Buttermilk Cream , will astonish, you.
It creates beauty almost like magic,
but the moat wonderful thins about It
Is the fact that whilst it turn the
dullest ana most lifeless' complexion
to radiant beauty and makes red or
rourh arms snowy white, yet there is
not the slightest sign of its use aft
er application. It actually vanishes
from slffht and the most heated atmos-
fiber will not produce the least shin
nies or rreasiness of the skin.
It is absolutely harmless and. will
neither produce or stimulate the
srowth of hair. Within 24 hours this
wonderful combination called Howard's
Huttermilk Cream will work a marvel
Oet a small quantity today at any
rood dm a- store or toilet roods coun
ter. The directions are simple and it
costs so little that any rlrl or woman
can afford it. In addition the manu
facturers authorise every druggist to;
return me purcnase money unless the
first application shows noticeable Im
provement, so be sure to try It at our
r Rose." A community sing: of all
the old war songs was a feature of
the evening. Mrs. Konald C. Glover
gave a reading and Miss- Elizabeth
Waters gave a group of vocal solos.
Singing the "Star Spangled Banner"
by all. accompanied by the Sal-in
high school orchestra, closed the
evening's program. Cards and danc
ing were enjoyed later.
A light repast was served by the
committee to about 60 guests. For
the evening the rooms were decor
ated with ferns and rose popples,
while in another room yellow spring
flowers and ferns were used.
The many friends of Mrs. Henry
J. Bean will be glad to know that
she is improving well, following a
major operation at the Portland
Surgical hospital, the first of the
week. Judge Ian and Miss Grace
Bean left yesterday for Portland to
spend a few days with her.
Karl Becke Is spending the week
end in Portland attending the annual
Sigma Chi fraternity banquet held
at the University club in that city.
A. N, Moores returned Friday
from a few weeks' business trip in
Taking her guests back to the old
school days. Mrs. E. E. Carlton en
tertained a company of friends on
Tuesday evening for a "country
school dinner." which preceded the
Tillicum dancing party at Moose
hall. Preceding the dinner each
guest recited a "piece" or sang a
song. A good old fashioned chicken
its Girl Reserves. Each club will
meet during this week to complete
the organisations and to elect offi
cers. Mrs. Charles Lisle and Mrs. Fred
A. Legg entertained the mothers'
class of the First Methodist church
Tuesday afternoon at the Legg
home on State street for the regu
lar meeting of the clas. At the
lea hour a repast was served.
Charles Robertson, a prominent
Sigma Nu man of the I'nlverslty of1
Oregon is home for his spring va
cation with his i.ar M8. Dr. and Mrs.
C. H. Robertson.
Millard lJourhton was host Tues
day evening for a birthday dinner
at his home on Summer street, hav
ing as his quests a prcup of men
from the university. Siriug flowers
held In an art basket centered the
table around which were seated Paul
Doney. Kenneth Legg. Robert Story.
Merril OhMng. Henry Spies. Myron
McKittrirk and Mr. Itoughton.
Miss Margaret E. Durkin of Se
attle.' who has been In Salem during
the week supervising the organisa
tion of the home service nursing
class In the Red Cross chapter, left
yesterday afternoon for her Wash
ington home. While here Miss Dur
kin was a guest at the Marlon hotel.
Mrs. E. T. Buseile entertained a
group of senior boys of the Salem
high school at her home Monday
evening for a jolly musical party. As
sisted by Mrs. A. J. Green and Mrs.
F. L. Waters she served a light re
past late in the evening.
Mrs. E. T. Buseile and Mrs. C. J.
Green have issued Invitations for a
stepping party to be given next Fri
day evening at the Green home in
South Salem. The affair Is planned
for a group of the senior boys ot
the Salem high school and about 2s
Invitations have been sent out.
The Order of the Eastern Star
met Tuesday afternoon for one of
Its enjoyable times. During the af
ternoon Rev. II. N. Aldrich gave a
The free way 4s
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tfacuue af vaichi aaaS af
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dinner was served in lunch baskets
to the guests who were seated at group of readings which wer3 very
real school desks. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Stiff, Dr.
and Mrs. Fred Ellis, Mr. and Mrs.
Claire Vibbert. Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Green, and Edward and Blondell
Miss Inez Cook, general secretary
of the local Y. W. C. A., has been
working this week with the organi
zation of the Girl Reserves tn the
public schools. Monday she visited
the Lincoln junior high school where
25 girls joined the club. At the
Grant junior high school Tuesday
60 girls gave their names and re
ceived the little blue G. R. triangle.
Thursday the Washington junior
high school began organization for
wtta aalia. eta.t
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Julie fee staple, aaar karate mr
nm see fiaw is
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baste, add yaars ta jraae IMat tMaM as
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much enjoyed. Mis Lois Geddes al
so gave a pleasing group of readings.
Dnring the luncheon hour the com
mittee which urenlded wat Mrs. Lor
ena Wise, chairman. Mrs. Amos
Vass. Mrs. Ralph Thompson and
Mrs. L. J. Vibbert. Daffodils and
spring Mowers were artistically
used to decorate the rooms.
Mm. II. W. Street formerly of
Spokate is visiting for a few weeks
at the home of her mother. Mrs.
John W. Corner, in this city. Mrs.
Street will go from here to Seattle
where she and her husband will
make their home in the future.
Mrs. F. N. Derby graciously enter
tained the women of the Past Ma
trons club of the Order of the Kat-
ern Star at her borne on South High
street Friday evening. An Informal
social time makes these meetings
most enjoyable to the members and
the social hour was augmented with
dainty refreshments served by the
hostess. The members present were
Miss llaiol Bishop. Miss Minnie Mh
ler. and Mesdames Myra Burnett.
Josle La fore. Ida Babcock. Alice
Meyers. Ida Godfrey. Josephine Bass.
Lena Cherrington. E. V. Johnson.
W. H. Brunk. J. E. Wltchell. II. A.
Cupper. Ellxabeth Shafer. Estelle
Smith, t'la Moore and Marian Derby.
The Kapna Sigma fraternity men
from the Gamma Alpha chapter at
the University of Oregon and from
the Gamma Sigma chapter at the O.
A. C. gave an elaborate dinner last
night In the banquet room at The
Spa as one of the events of the
spring vacation for each school. The
prettily appointed tables were, cen
tered with Jonquils which were held
In art baskets. Plates were set for
Messrs. Paul Hendricks. Donald Ran
call. Leon Culbertion. Arch Crowd
er, of Sllverton. Breyman Boise.
Whitney GUI. Wallace Carson. Am
ory Gill. Laird Wood of Dallas. Wil
liam Aihby. and Robert McMurry
from the University of Oregon, and
Frederick Deckebach. George Crol
san. Frank Deckebach. George Wei
ler. Earl Shafer. Baynard Nutting.
Arthur Ross. Clauds Steusloff. Rich
ard Slater. Jack Randall. Orris Fry.
Milton Stelner. Paul Staley, John
Chamberlain. Jack Eakln of Dallas.
and Claude Paulus. .
Mrs. E. II. Walker entertained the
women of the Rebekah lodge Friday
afternoon for a pleasant tea. at her
home on State street. Games and
readings provided the entertainment
for the afternoon and at the elos.
the hostess assisted. by Mrs. R. (1.
Henderson served light lunch.
About 0 women called during the
Mrs. W. A. Tettlt entertained with
a delightfully Informal party at her
home yesterday complimenting Mrs.
Don H. Upjohn. The afternoon was
happily spent with social chat and
(HJfL-J T i',.
For, the little kiddies -in
Patent, Brown or Black,
! button or lace, the best
, pattern for looks, fit and
comfort of those growing
i feet are there at all rea
Pumps, Black Kid, French
heels, Cuban heels, baby
French, Military or school
heels and priced Jfrom $11
Are On Display In Our Big
You can advantageously spend a half hour in studying the
wonderful displays of shoes. Pomps and Oxfords in the
late designs, high qualities and low prices thereon.
We are Now Showing
in the proper designs both low and high shoes for spring. The ele
gant boot in "Hearer Brown" or "Camel" color the new pencil toe
and they are only $15
In either Patent or Kid New Pencil toe3 or shorter vamps $14.00 down
Either All Brown Kid or with Beaver Brown tops, French, Cuban or
Military heels $14.50 down to $5.95,
Tn the standard stylish lines, Black, Brwnl Kid or Calf and priced
from $11.00, $10.00, $9.00 $8.50 and down?(o $4.00
Salem's Satisfactory Shoe Store
"Plamates," the bet
child's shoe made, never
hurt a foot, fits good, al
ways pleases, and "Broad
walk" dress shoes for
girls, brown or black.' You
will like them once you
Brown Pumps in French,
Cuban or Military heels.
Kid or Calf, styles right,
priced $12 down to $4 95
167 North Commercial Street . Littler & Upmeyer
At the Electric Sign "SHOES"
I III11 " sts I f I n sm i iii i ii mm l Si af
I II l s- I I I J i I i
The small, medium and
large chambers develop
high, intermediate and low
Tones are reflected from fiat
urfaces the distortion re
aultinc from reflection from
curved surfaces is avoided.
This original invention ia
the Cheney is of great ixn
portance in keeng all tones
in proper relations to-the
of Tone Control
One ccroetist, in aa orchestra c a hundred
pieces, could destroy the maiterful work of the
others by playing his part too loudly.
Similarly the most beautiful musical rrprodac
tion loses its charm if the component parts cr
the original are not held in pt-Jpcx fraiar-
Tone control ia The Cheney has been brought
to a high state of perfection through the in
venooa of a series of resonating chambers,
Not only is the rich quality of the original
brought out ia all its beauty, but every part
- ruir.r :r, tes relieve tccal value,
C S. HAMLT0N
540 Ccnrt Street
st tb elos. Mit PindBe Patter
soa and Miss Allc ifrKinnnn
a dalntr laneboa. Yellow daffodils
saava meir etisrras to the rooms,
and carried oat lbs yellow color
scbera whlcii was nsd. Tbos who
wer bidden were Mesdames L'pjobn.
Stephen Stone. A. U Unbeck. Kmmi
Head. Edward O. Patterson and Wil
To show their rratltnd to Miss
Edna Sterling-, head of the Ensllsa
department at the RaJem high school
and who coached them In their "The
Prince of Liars" which they save In
the high school audltoflam. th4 J3
llas Caesar men who were In the cast
presented her with a beautiful read
The library lecture recital which
was planned for an evening some
time ago and was postponed will be
m vi U'ln.... .. ..
..u-vi rirninj, April a .
in ine public llbrmrr. uiu nu.
llolman of Willamette university
school of mnslc will have charge of
e program wnich will be on A mar.
can music. She with the university
glee club and other musicians from
tne college will present the program.
The Salem rluh nf i li nr..n. a..
rtcultaral college ponsored a Jollr
uDcinz party rrlday evening In
Moose hall when about 75 couples
mosi oi wnom are studonta t n A.
C. or have formerly gone to that In-
aiiiuuon assemoicM ror their annual
prlng vacation dance. It was de
cidedly Informal and the young folk
gave themselves over to a happy eve.
nlng before returning to their stud
ies. Doyle Smith, president of the
club, was In charge of fue affair, and
music was furnished by the Revela
The teachers of the Itlrhl.nH
school. IncludlnK MUs UAta Unk
crtson. Miss Flora lluahncll. Miss
Myrtle Alrltht. Miss Uldri
Miss Ilertha Allen and Sliss Ellen
Currlen entertained the mothers of
pupils or that school at an Informal
tea Wednesday aft rnonn In ih.
school auditorium. Daffodils an
Irull blossoms gave a spring-like at
mosphere to the rooms and to tho
prettily appointed tea table, at which
Mrs. II. A. Smart, president of the
Mothers club, and Miss Ellen cur
Hen presided. Following the tea the
guests were taken through the kitch
en for the hot lunches for the pu
pils which the mothers class of the
First Methodist churrh have been
Mr. and Mrs. Will T. Nell! Invited
a company of friends to their home
Krldsy nlcht for an Informal eve
ning at five hundred, which wa
f nil Aw.I V w . .1 I a .
v. WJ m vm,aij .supper, irsuo
dils and violeta. fashlonad together
in a crystal bowl, formed the center
piece for the attractively appointed
table. Guests made up two tables
Airs, wimam Connel Dyer will
entertain the Woman's Mu.Un.r.
society of the First ConrraatlA..i
churrh at her home next Friday af
ternoon. ra, w. d. Clarke will be
the leader for the afternoon and the
subject for the arteraooo's avady
will be "Arrested AsalraiUtlou.- the
fourth chapter of the book "Chris
tian. Americanization." which la be
ing studied by the dab.
The aaalstiag hostess will be
Mrs. 8. C Dyer aad Mrs. Fred Ste
wart. Mr. and Mrs. 11. 8. Clle have just
returned to Salem from a tare
weeks sojourn la California. fUa
Francisco was visited and then Los
Aagele. Uler they west out Into
the desert and spent a week at Palm
Springs, a resort ia the center of a
desert, ramed for Its wlater flow,
eta. They have the most beauttfal
floral display la a quarter et a cen
tury. The F. O. Delano home was the
scene of a community dinner Friday
evening which was etceedlagly en-
joyabi to the members of the par
ty. A basket et frslt eeaured t
table around wnUa covers vert
placed for Mr. gad Mrs. Ertett r
er. Mr. aad Mrs. Jesse Casin.
Mr. aad Mrs. Levis MUhler. Mr. ss4
Mrs. Mr 12 va la. Mr. aad Mrs. Ea-'j
White. Mrs. M. M. Cottev. A. tMl
aad Mr. aad Mrs. Detaave.
Mlsa Leiriadlrr &aJ V
Grace Dowea have roue Le TcrtA
Grove to attend the eoafereace et Us
teeu age girls which ta beiag V:i
la this week-end. Ta.ey ga te rryre
saat their cUse ta the first MrO
edlst church of this city.
Mr. C Hoer. returned yasUrdir
afteraooa fross a week's visit w:U
her daughter. Mrs, Allaa Dyaoa. U
read let oa. aad last might sb aad
Colonel llofer left for Calif era 'a t
a month's ao)osni vlalUag Bsa.ers
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