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- " ' ' Hg pl .-x i nn - nil u i Johnson. Dr. W. H. Dennli. and Mr.
-Svk Mlkf " " 5 A n-not dinner of the week Jr
TGo'X VSKCy?S' VAv" 1 i A-aAfc which was especially delightful was '-r "J5v.
if 1 HSXrTTK- wS2- C the one Thursday evening when Mr. w '
lWJfrr- . r,Qt?TC3?,,: and. Mrs. L. Geer. Mr. and Mrs. II A 3 '. i
, W .V1JX C. II. Webb. Mr. and Mra. Frank My- 14 efTi nO If fr S. V
.. : - ' ,m tiff4f 111 Tl fTm mhim 'iH era. Mr. and Mra. Arraln Steiner and II Vfl II K U VVw 1
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By Buth Len pre Fisher
N THE March number of the De-. Goose Girt." In the early work of
,lot Pf?f: parting Indian character Mr. Conse
ti vi iuk. me exmoii i naa conilriorthla tmnt.1. u ..i-.
is the work of the Taos society of
artllts living at Taos. New Mexico,
ona-of whom is J. Irring' Couse. who
will be remembered as visiting here
teTtral times. Mrs. Couse, nee Mis
Vlrjinia Walker, is a former Salem
glrL She Is a sister of Mrs. Jacob
Kamm of Portland, and of C. H.
Walker, formerly of Salem but now
of Kewportr and an aunt of Mrs. W.
Connel Dyer of this city.
Mr. Conse spends his winters in
New ''York city and his summers in
Taos where he has converted an old
Spanish convent into a fascinating
home and rtudio. He is a member
of the National Academy of Design.
Mr. Couse has been painting Indian
characters for almost 20 years, be
ginning his work with the Klicka
tate of Oregon, lter he risited In
Salem many times and did some
painting here. The W'alkera now
hare one of his paintings, "The
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the Indians to pose, as they believed
mat sudden death would come to
the one painted, for to them the
ftoul of the sitter passed on to the
painting. Overcoming these super
stititiona took time and patience
with the artist.
The two paintings which were
ahown In this group were "The Tom
Tom Maker" and "Prayer Plume."
The exhibit was shown in the Milch
galleries of New York city the last
two weeks of January, but will be
shown in aJI the larger cities Of
America, being in Portland in the
near future. This Taos exhibit has
become an annual event with the
The following, taken from the De
signer's account of tho exhibits of
Mr. Couse has a charming Idyllic
quality combined with 1 strength and
dignity. It is poised, yet full of
warmth and color. '"He interprets
the peaceful side of Indian life
the poetry of the primitive lover.
hunter and seer. He sees the inner
iountains of Indian thought and
color and makes these as appealing
as the surging passions or dramatic
action which marked the work of
many of the older Indian saintera.
Slender aspens form a' graceful and
decorative background Tor ' flute
playing youths and gentle, golden-
"The Voice of the Falls." "The
Magic Forest." "Klk-Foot.r "The
Song of the Flute," are titles which
suggest the romantic "themes of
many of his pictures. Beautiful leg
ends and customs are -sympathetically
interpreted. There is "The
Brides I Gown," showing .the Indian
loTer weaving a bridal dress for his
betrothed.: There is the wooer play
ing his flute before the gorl's, tee
pee. If she comes out It meanrthat
sh favors his suit.- - If not. he plays
to the wind. "Prayer Plumes" are
arrows mounted with eagle feath
ers and planted beside a spring, so
that the water will never fail. In
these primitive themea Mr. Couse
shows classic restraint, together with
barbaric color and. vitality. -. .
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71 tr R.-AND MRS. F. W. Spencer
1 11 opened their Attractive home
Tuesday evening to the mem
bers of the Merry-Oo-Round club,
whose meetings are always informal
and devoted to cahrs. At the latest
meeting Mrs. John McNary was suc
cessful in scoring high and won the
Johnson. Dr. W. II. Dennis, and Mr.
and Mrs. Spauidlng.
A no-host dinnsr of the week
which was especially delightful was
the one Thursday evening when Mr.
and. Mrs. L. Geer. Mr. and Mrs.
C. II. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Frank My
ers, Mr. and Mrs. Arraln Steiner an-1
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirk assembled
at the Illahee Country club. The
dinner was followed by cards and
Miss Estelle Graybill of the Ore
gon Agricultural college is spending
the week-end with one of her Alpha
Chi Omega sitters. Miss Dorothy
The Julius Caener club, one of the
prominent rlubs of tbe younger set.
was host last niant to the eighth
annual formal dancing party to th-lr
friends. The party was held in the
Moose hall which was beautifully
decorated for the occasion with
Oregon grape and with pink artific
ial popple; the dights were sub
dued with pink crepe paper, and al
together it produced an enchanting
effect. At midnight an elaborate
supper was served. The Revelation
orchestra played during tbe evening.
The club now has 25 active mem
bers, and ai any of the alumni who
have been away at college were In
attendance, making about 43 couples
to form tbe party.
An event In Portland on Wednes
day which Is of especial Interest to
many Salem folks was the celebra-
prlze. Dr. C. II. Robertson scored
high and won the men's prize. After
the play the hostess served a lunch
iw. tienry w. Meyers was a
charming hintess Wednesday
when she assembled the mem
bers of the Bridge Luncheon club at
her beautiful Summer street home.
The occasion was the close of a ser
ies of bridge luncheons of the club
and to award the prizes. Mrs. Wil
liam Boot won the prize for the
highest score daring the series. A
charming custom of the club is to
give a prise to each member of the
club at the close of the series.-At
the tea hour Mrs. T. A. Llvesley.
who scored the highest presided at
a smartly appointed tea table. Mrs.
LIvefley will entertain the club at
the next meeting which will open
HE Salem chapter of the Amer
ican War Mothers held a most
interesting - meeting yesterday
afternoon in the Commercial club au
ditorium, which was Dresided over
by tiie Salem War Mother. Mrs. John Uon bT th McUchan family, of
Carson. During the afternoon
Mrs. Jean Morris Ellis spoke inform
ally to the mothers. She told of
her work and ambition for better
conditions for the ex-service man.
Also of her work to help them re
adjust themselves to the conditions
following the war in an Intensely In
teresting and instructive manner.
An unusually large number of
War Mothers from the county were
present, ' a ' large nnmber attending
for their first time, and It is thought
that every mother of a son or daugh
ter enlisting from Marion county
will soon become active In memor
ial work. By doing so. the, name of
the mother Is emboesed on the hon-
the 80th birthday of Phil Metschen.
Sr., and also the birthday of Phil
Metschan Jr. Tbe Metschan family
are former residents of Salem and
when 'living here were active in the
social and civil life of the city. Mrs.
L. F. Griffith and Mrs. Frank Mere
dith are dauRhters of Mr. Metschan.
Sr.. and they with their famlllles
were in Portland for the occasion.
The following clipping taken from
the Portland Oregonlan of Thursday
gives an account of the day.
"Telegrams, letters and flowers
were showered on Phil Metschan. Sr.
yesterday in honor of his 80th birth
day. Last night Mr. Metschan'a chil
dren and grandchildren, assembled
in the Elizabethan room in the Im
or roll which win be Pin pertal and celebrated the occasion,
ward and which will show that the ft wat aUo the blrlhday of Phli
mmJj nsnt T IT ,n ino nV" Metschan. Jr. Telegrams were re
pltal. "No war mother, name In the celTed among others, from C. U Mc
county should be lacking frrfm the NaiTi Uniuj states senator: Hiram
run n tor no omer rfwua. mib - Johnson. United States senator from
prominent War Mother yesterday California, and Frank Lovell of 8a
afternoon after the meeting. iem. Colonel Doschl an old-time
Plans were started for a large t ri.nd. iiMird with a baaauet. and
County Fair" which the War Mo- jndre Henrr E. McGinn drooped In
fhers will give In the last week In on the octogenarian to pay hi re
May to raise money to furnish the t pec t a. -
ward. The fair will last three days air. Metschan arrived la Portland
and will have entertainment of some I jn 09 $oa and later went to Can-
sort every evening as well as a gl- I yon ICty. then a raising camp in
gantie bazaar and utility sale. The central Oregon. While there he was
mothers plan to have it something twice elected state treasurer. Re-
like tbe county fair which was giv-j tiring from public life, he came to
en daring the war by the Red Cross, I Portland and ecqulred the Imperial
hotel and until his recent Illness kept
ia close touch with the management
of tbe i establishment.
Those who gathered to celebrate
last evening were: Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Metschan. Mr. and Mra. Phil
Metschan Jr., Mr. and Mr. O. W.
Metschan. II. A. Metschan. Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Flanders and Dr. and Mrs
l- f. Ututi,n all nf Portland: V T.
charmingly ami Mrs. Frank Meredith and Dr.
on s large scale.
Mrs. George H. Pendle was a
charming hostess Friday afternoon
at the Hotel Marlon when she enter
tained with an informal tea Mrs.
A. J. Rahn, Mra. Arm In Steiner and
Mrs. Charles G. Miller.
'Mrs. Russell Catlin
entertained the members or the and Mrs u E. Griffith. Salem, and
uaugnter or tne American Kevoiu- Mr Ann, Cattanach. Canyon City
tlon at her attractive home yester- Ia .ddltlon there were 10 of the 17
day arternoon with a large nnmber grandchildren. Mrs. K.M. C. Nolt of
of the members In attendance. Mrs. Grants Pass. Miss Anna Metschan of
F. K. Davis of Portland, a member Tacoma. a sister: Miss Anna Blessen
of the state board of the D. A. R-. and Miss Valeska Blessen also were
waa a guest of honor and spoke in- 1 present.
terestingly to the women.
At the tea hour Mrs. LaMoinel Miss Constance Cartwrlaht of For-
Clark presided at the beautifully ap-1 est Grove has arrived home to spend
pointed tea table and was assisted her spring vacation with her parents,
by Mrs. Frank Spears. In the ab- Dr. and Mrs. Richard Cartwrtgnu
sence of the resent for Chemeketa I
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chapter, Mrs. Seymour Jones, who
Is 111 at the Salem hospital. Mrs. IT.
O. Shipley, vice regent, presided.
About 18 matrons were present.
Members of the TUllcum Dancing
club gave a second to the last of
the dancing parties which they will
give during the winter season Tues
day evening at Moose hall. ' For
the occasion the hall was artistically
decorated with orange and white.
with spring flowers used to -carry
nut the color plans. A large num
ber of the club members were pres
ent and a group of guests of the
club enjoyed the evening with them.
Of Marked Charm
Willi Easier ho rapidly approachinjr, you art no
loubt, thinking or the costume that you wish for
that morning. Do you prefer a suit or a combination
of now frock and coat? If a suit i what you de
hire, jou will enjoy hearing of the extremely at
tractive anil inodixli spring auits we arr showing.'
Materials arr trirotine, Hcrge and olher light weight
wool mixture in shade of nary, eopen, taupe, tan
and brown. They are new in styles and of excellent workmanship.
Miss Pauline Hemmlncton is en
tertaining over the week-end Miss
Ulda Ilannlcr of the Unlvedslty ot
Oregon who is on her way to her
home in Portland for spring vacation.
Mrs. E. J. Burchell left Friday fori
Pendleton where the will spend a
month visiting with ber daughters.
Miss Frances Hodre will entertain
the Cecellan Music club at ber home
Wednesday evening tor the regular
meeting. An interesting mueicai pro
gram has been arranged whlcn win
add to the enjoyment ot the meet
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Kay are enter-
talntng as their house guests, the
O. P. Coshow oi
MRS. E. T. ALLiEN. a mission
ary from Armenia who at
vtju v to usaaaaaa a us uvtuv I a wa tuv m v. a ,
in walla Walla, and who has been Roseburg
viaiUntr In Salem dnrine the week. I
was tbe honor guest at a prettily ap- The many friends of Mrs. E. Cooke
pointed dinner given by the Business Patton are happy to near mai sne
and Professional Woman's league of is convalescing ai ner noun nui
Salem, at the Y. W. C. A. rooms on illness of several weeas.
IUT veninr Thu Ivn nnr ta- I
hio wa,a Haintiiv anrnewt with a I Miss Elizabeth Waters, the win
number of small crystal vases which. ome llul dalter ot Mr. and Mrs.
h.M A.rttu. inn..n. F. L. Waters of State street, enter-
lowing the banquet Mrs. Allen spoke Ulned a company of friends at the
very Interestingly of her experiences "omo l "V, l-Zv ,K.T;.dn;
t- -i- .a ...fr0rj.. f from 4 until 8 o clock, the occasion
it. neoDles Plates were laid or being her 10th birthday anniversary
Its peoples, nates were lata tor hanoUy passed win
To celebrate the birthdays of Mrs.
GroTwr C. Bellinger and Dr. W. II.
Darby, which fell on Wednesday, a
group of friends gave a community
dinner at the Walter I. Spauidlng
home that evening. A beautiful sil
ver candlebra, holding yellow can
dles, centered the table, and yellow
Jonquils were ngd artistically In the
rooms. After the dinner dancing
and cards were enjoyed and at mid
night a supper was served. Those
who made up the party were Dr.
and Mra. CI. C. Bellinger. Dr. and
Mrs. W. II. Darby, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss
Darby. Mr. ahd Jdrs. Roy II. Mills,
Mrs. Lloyd Mfttt. Mis Ava Miller.
Miss Margaret Graham. Paul V.
The time was happily passed with
games and In the dining room where
alnncheon was served everything was
carried out in yellow. Small Eatter
baskets filled with Easter eggs were
favors which were at each plate. The
table was enhanced by a white birth
day cake with 10 small yellow can
dies. Those invited were Misses Cyn
thla Delano. Catherine Mulvey. Ver
nit Edwardi. Mary Kafoury. Elolse
Wrifcht. Eleanor Wright. Gwendolyn
Hubbard, Evelyn Cummlngs. Isabelle
Newton and Paulino Ilcrron
Mrs. A. B. BrownlBg and Mrs. J
F. S'oipp entertained the Jolly club
of South Salem at the Shlpp home
Wednesday afternoon. Yellow daffi
dlls and spring woods flowers were
used effectivefy in the rooms. After
the business meeting and social hoar
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They are asramHy itcanLif la lis irA detla U
ahadea of reindeer, taupe, ropen, bint aa4 tr-own. Ttf
x Leila are narrow, of leather or of tie taalrriai, wL2
the collars are pleatgotly fla ric f . They coat ia par
tially lined, completely lined acd cnlwed saodcla, Ta
wear with the new pleated and plaid aklrU, collbf
i more attractive than one of thee thre-piarter
lrnglh or short coat a.
Tbat add a note of altxrement to onc't Easter Hat
A veil i the finishing toiK-h to a correct emtunr ami great
earr khould le taken in rhoing oik. Here you find a IfTTat
variety of pallrrn and mehra, each equally pleaaiofr ami
every one different.
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I US Liberty Street
a light lunch waa served. The club
members present were Meedame O.
Martin. G. E. Ackerman. W. II. Hagv
dorn. F. J. Boehiinger. A. C. Ma gee.
J. F. Van Ostrol. W. L. Hatch and
The Monday Night Dancing club
Aaa planned one ot the dancing par
ties which tbe club gives each month.
The members and guests will be as
sembled in Moose hall which will be
attractively decorated for the eve
The many friends ot Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Kellog will be Interested to
know that tbey have moved from tbe
Culbertson home and are now domi
ciled on North Winter street.
Mrs. F. I Waters entertained the
women of the Three Unk Needle
club at tbe Waters home on Sate
street Friday afternoon. A short
program was given. Darin the bus
lnes hour it was decided that tbe
club hold its meetings In the Odd
Fellows hall since the club member
ship Is so large. At the lunch hour
the hostesses were agisted by Me-
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dames David Wright. Alma Header
son aad E. Will. About mem
bers of the clab were present.
Rev. and Mrs. G. L. Lovell. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Camming. Mr. and
Mrs. William Hardy and Mrs. Albert
Peebles attended a get-together
meeting of the Women's Missionary
society of Auburn Wednesday even
ing which was something new la tbe
Ufa of the society. The affair waa
attended by about CO persons.
Mr. and Mrs. U W. Gleason enter
tained at a prettily appointed sapper
Tuesday evening following the TU
llcum Dancing club party at their
home on South Fourteenth street.
The table was centered with a lovely
big basket of Royal Ann cherries, and
plates were laid for Dr. and Mrs. O.
A. Olaoa. Mr. and Mrs. P. 11 rtlr-
foa. Mr. aad Mrs. J. C Ferry. Mr.
aad Mra. Elmer Dane aad Mr. aa
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