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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1920)
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THR annual meeting of the Sa-
lm Woman's club was one" of
the most 'successful held in r
cent years. The muic consisted of
a program of clever songs given uy
OUoWedemeyer, Portland baritone,
and Mr, Yv'iedmeyvr In enthusiasts il
ea lly praised a a concert finder by
the: matrons and maids present. The
selections were well arranged in in
teresting groups. Three songs; by
Orleg were, particularly liked and
, "The Violet"; by Mozart was skillful
ly lnlerpreted. There was a group
of Russian songs that were much
I enjoyed; including ;A Khaki ld"
which, maue a di-ep impression.
( Mr. Wedemeyer is a rare interpre
tive artist with adequate voice or
'good quality and a pltasine nersonal-
, ity. The tne?ts enjoyed hia inform-f
al, manner of presenting his songs.
Ills program was as follows:
Itecltative and Aria Trom "The
. . Saons" , . I layden
The Violet . .' .Mozart
f Three Songs J ,-Urieji
"My Mind is Like a Teak Snow
"With a Water Lily" '
Two Russian Songs
'The Desert" . . Rafcirew
The Sleeping Princess . .liorodlne
, ".Morning" Ilarhmoninoff
; "The Free Lance-' . . Kleanor Smith
VMopaa" ...... Stanford
"A "Khaki Iad" Aylword
Mrs. J William Hurghardt, Jr., ac-
anipanied Mr. Wouemeyer a the pi-
ano, ' Mr. wedemeyer in his- praise
, for her work said "The success' of
the program was due to Mrs. Hars
. bardt's beautiful acompanying."
t - After be program the tea " hoar
was enjoyed The members and
i guests, for yesterday-was guest day
at the club, remained for the tea.
Mrs. Cirl Gregg Doney and Mrs. Wil
liam ( fe.. Kirk presided at the tables
and assisting them were Mrs. Fred
M. Tiompi-on, Miss Ruth' John's, Mia
.Dorothy Pearce and Miss Ada Mil
ler. : ' i
- t The club with the annual meetins
yeaterdjir elosed - a very successful
year and much has been accom
plished cy this1 organization during
this ytar. t Mrs.'Zadoc Riggs, the r?-
, tiring' president, gave her report a
did the leveraPcbrnmittee chairman
j and the officers. . ...
J .--The" officers for the comtrfg' year
were elected 'with Mrs. William Ham
ilton, vice, president 'for' this year.
belngr chosen -president; Mrs. Lawr
ence T. Harris was elected vice-pres
ident. MraF. G. Bowersox financial
hy Kuth Lenore Fisher
fecretarr. Mrs. Grover C. Rellineer
reasurer and .Mrs. K. C. Hdwarda
director. .Mrs. Oeorew J.
Mrs; Clarence Itamllton and Mrs. A.
Lnclerhill -were appointed chair
men of the committee in charge of
ne luncheon for the countr federa
tion which is to be here Mar 19.
Mrs. Kn?d Thompson 'was appointed
to be in charge of the arrangements
for the- confederation. Five ; dele
gates were also "chosen -for the fed
eration. The business meetinz
hicn ofiicially doped the club vear
preceded the concert by Mr. Wedemeyer.
ANY prominent Salem matrons
DOVT, ON THE
Ai29 Court Street
Carries the Aristo Hosiery in fine
mercerised and pure silks and fibre
at reasonable prices.. .
,W BONE CORSETS
Mrs.' naymnna Walsh aii.l tlaufrhtpr, PrixeilU.
who have rpinVtu SaUmii to mak thtrhoine.
gathered . at the
. Spanldlng . home
white that wrre used throughout the
evening. At the cards honors for
the women fell to Mrs. Carl Webb
and Paul V. Johnson won the awards
tor the men. In serving a supper
Mrs. Spatilding was assisted by Mrs.
Roy 11.- Mills and Mrs-. Paul Johnson.
The invitation list included be
sides the honor guests the names of
Dr. and Mrs. Wilson . II. Darby. Dr.
and Mrs. Grover Bellinger. Dr. and
Mrs. Chiries Rates. Mr. and Mr.
Bliss L. Darby. Mr. and Mrs." L. L.
Miller. Mr. and Mrs. E. Skelley. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter J. Kirk .Mr. and
Mrs. Craijc Marvin.' Mr. and Mrs, Roy
II. Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Webb.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyers. Mr. and
Mrs. P. K. Fullert on. Mr. and Mr.
Raymond Walsh. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
street Thursday afternoon for one of , Johnson.' Miss Carrie Hurst and
the - smartest assemblares at the! Miss Ava Miller.
week, to meet Mrs. Frank An'drae I
who has Just come to Salem from! Mrs. E. S. Tillistia:. aisoon! a
yir. Frank Atulreacvrho hat errm from IxrnTon, Knplainl. trr male
hr Ihmiu' in Salem
MrW.Walter L. SruiulJmir.o
for two 1jt rani partie of ti
.; ivrek. for.Mn. Atulreaci
cak whUbi hld IS ea.. T
gwts wi r - Jeroase 'lIsaAta. TTaal
)verX(,ha' Todd. J r' Ollfer -K-
pr. HtaalyrWalers. lUvard Waurv
Hoaald nalnr. Ray ford. IaJJ.-Ivs
Whit. Ralph Walker aad ta loar
et. . : . ....;
hostess, assisted by a group of . ma-Jthe'"Spf ing Song. and Ml Kugen;a
trons. itr fd refreshments. Savage played the "Midsummer
For t.er senior class of dancing
pupils. Mr?. Ralph White enterialn-d
with a lfrhp year dancing party l
nesday evening in Cotillion-halt. Gold
Refresh m-nts wer
London. England, to live. For the
occasion the "rooms were elaborately
adorned with Scotch broom ana
white narcissi which were fashioned
together In huge art " baskets - with
fluffy tulle bows.
Mrs. Andnreae, who will be re
membered as Miss Georgina Lead bet
ter of Portland. : is a fascinating
young matron "of charming manners.
She is a delightful addition to the
social set in Salem.
Cards were the entertainment ot
the afternoon and after the play Mrs.
Russell Catlin was awarded the prize
for high scoring. Assisting about the
rooms were Mrs. Fred Stewart. Mrs.
Roy H. Mills. Ms. Ercel Kay, Mrs.
Will Mott and Miss Ava Mirier
"The guest listincluded the follow
ing: Mr. Andrae and Mesdames Wil-
' ia etery atyle and for every figtire. Ham Brown, W. H. Eldridge, Clifford
1 Phone Sag ' SALEM. OREGON . Brown. R. P. ' Bolle. L. T. Harris.
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Special attention to fitting Frolaset
RENSKA L SWART
116 Liberty Street.
- 1 Edgar Hartley. Dan Fray, Sr.. Dan
. . jp Jr Eare coulson Flegel, R. U.
Steiner, Frank- Durbln, R. E. Down
ing. Charles II. Robertson. Thomas
II. Kay. Ercel Kay, Charles iv.
Spaulding. Roy II. Mills. Grace Eoff,
B. S. Tilllnghast, William Hamilton.
W. T. Grier. Harry Hawkins. Robert
MeMurray. W. S. Mott.-Will Mott.
Robert J. Hendricks, Fred Thomp
son. II. Franklin Pound. J. H. Garn
Jobst,' Ray Pomeroy. W. Carlton
Smith E. H. Sou rman, Joseph McAl
lister, John II.-Albort. Ixtuis Lach
mund. Zadrw Riggs. Roy Burton. Ho
mer Gouley. IT. G. Shipley. C D. Gab
rielson. 11. Iywe. Fred Stewart. Rus
sel CatPn. Iwis Ieadbetter. Henry
Cornoycr. John Coughell. J. B. Craig.
H. Pilklngton. Fred I-am port, Hal
Patton and William Bell.
RS. Henry W. Meyers was a
hostess Tuesday when she en
tertained the members of the
Bridge cliib at her beautiful Sum
mer street home. Rose and laven
der' tplips ere held In dainty bas
ket to adorn , the rooms. Aflw
cards tea was served. Besides the
club members Mrs. Oliver C Locke.
Mrs. Edwin L. Baker and Mrs. Will
II. Bennett were Invited to share n
TO honor Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Andrae. Mr. and Mrs. WTalter L.
Spaulding entertained with a card
and dancing party at., their Court
street home Friday evening. Scotfh
hrnnm onrt white narcissi In a beau-
Hfui nrofusion graced the rooms and
ih. rninr notes of yellow and
charming hospitality . Thursday af
ternoon wben she entertained the
members of tbe Piety Hill club at
ber attractive home at-the Oregon
School for the Deaf. During the
artcrnoon Mrs. J, H. Walker de
lighted the party with several songs
and Miss Lillian Stangle gave a
group of piano' solos. Two tables
or five hundred were enjoyed. . Nar
cissi and lavender lilacs 'were' fash
ioned together to adorn the rooma.
In serving luncheon the hostess was
assisted by ber daughter.' Miss Hilda
TUlinghast- Guests besides the club
members were Mrs.-W. HV Eldridge,
Miss Lillian Stangle. Miss" Florence
Pntman and .Miss Margaret Hann.
To honor Mrs. A. L. Johnson who
coon leaves Salem lor New York,
Mra. O. P. Hoff entertained a com
pany of friends Thursday afternoon
ta her home at cards. Dainty white
summer blossoms gracefully adorned
the rooms, and formed the center
piece for the large table where the
hostess served a supper. At the
cards Miss- Dorothy Buchner re
ceived the awards for high scoring.
was assisted in ' serving
See what $1.00 will Jmy. Tneslay only
NEEDtECR AFT SHOP
Phone 958 '429 Court SL
byvMiss Rucbner. Guests made rip
three tables of 'fire hundred.
' Mrs. T. C. Smith. Jr.. entertained
the women of the LUihee auxiliary
at her home Friday afternoon' for
the 'regular Informal gathering of
the club. At the closs of the after
noon informal tea was enjoyed.
A triple birthday dinner this after
noon Is the one for which Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Weller are to be hosts to
celebrate the 80th birthday anniver
sary of Mrs. Weller's mother. Mrs.
Earah Huehat. and or Judge Oeorgo
H. Burnett, whose birthday anniver
saries 'are today. and of Mrs.' J. W.
Bickford of Portland whose birth
day was yesterday. A beautiful cen
terpiece will be formed of a basket
of large yellow daisies, and three
large birthday cakes for the honor
guests will adorn tbe table, as well
as "yellow shaded candles. Covers
are to be laid for Mrs. Sarah Huelat.
Judge and Mrs. George II. Burnett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bickford. Mr, and
Mrs. W. A. Morria of Berkeley.' Cal..
and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Weller.
. ' ' '- t
Captain Earle Coulson Flegel has
arrived in Salem from Fort Bayarn.
X. M.. and will spend a month's fur-
lough with Mrs. Flegel at the home
of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. K.
Lee Sterner. Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Flegel of Portland are also wek-end
guests nf Dr. and Mrs. Steiner.
Mrs. Ralph White entertained the
pupils of her younger class and those
who participated in the pageant.
The Awakening of Spring." with 1
charming little dancing party jester
day afternoon in Cotillion hall; which
was gaily decorated with streamers
of pink and white crepe paper, and
with baskets filled with lavender II
baskets filled with lilacs and pink
roses were hung from the celling by
long ping and white crepe paper.
Mrs. WillU.ni 11. Prunk. gave a vocil
solo and as the guests danced Mit
Francis Ward sang. The feminine
guests rra.de out the programs and
the party was carried off la true
leap year style. Miss Pauline Mar-
nach and Miss lvelyn Aufranc served
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davey are en
tertaining over the week-end their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Domogalla. Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Nad on of Astoria and ML's
Angle Larociie of Greenday. Wis..
who motored from Astoria yesterday
to visit In Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Da
vey also have as their guests Mrs.
Davey's sister. Mrs. J. N. Pearcy
and her daughter. Miss Hazel Pearcy
The concert Wednesday of Mmo.
Galll Gurci in Portland will take a
number of Salem music lovers to
Portland on that day. Among those
who are already planning to go down
for the concert are Mrs. Walter" Den
ten. Mrs. Milton L. Meyers, Mrs. Per
cy A. Cupper and Miss Beatrice Sh-1-
Mrs. R. E. Lee Steiner and Mr. and
Mrs. Milton L. Meyers returns! home
Thursday from Neskowlu after pass
ing a short sojourn at the Moin r
The Cocilian Miifical club was en
tertained Wednesday evening by MUs
France- Hodge at ber home on North
Twelfth street lor the regular
monthly meeting. A short business
meeting occupied tbe early evening
hours and later the lime was given
over to lh study of Mendelsohn and
current events. A program was giv
en by some of the girls who preent
et well known piees of this com
poser. l!is Mary Gilbert gave hli
"Hunting Song." Miss Lucille Moore
Mrs. iCoia llenikry will r.rfcnt
her Juvenile classes in a piano recital
at the Presbyterian church Friday
erenlng. Mty 14. The program will
consist of old favorite songs anl
piano compositions and the pupils
will appear in costume.
To honor tae xoih birthday aani
verrary ! Mrs. Sanih Huelat th
Junior girls ot SL PaolY Chart en
tertained with a very delightful af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. I. G.
Shipley. Mrs. Huelat hat been a
member, of 'the guild for years aad
sang at the . dedication of the pres
ent rhurra, building. She is tb
senior member of the guild aad is
a much loved member. , After lafor
mal social chat which follow the
short business . meeting a loach was
served in which a large white birth
day cake was the feature.
Tne-gtrls-rf the IWta Cal snDrt:y
trdlf fiemoa.fr . tksir . etjt-cf
towa gsett who 'raise fr ttf Ky
day feUltle. . . A large aassWr
tba toltrie f&lkeaildat .tb TO&m
from "flat) a Z:X o'clock.,.. " .
(CMtlatood a page??.)' '
Mrs. A. A. Lee entertained wltk a
happy little birthday party Wednes
day evening for ber soa Paul whose
birthday fell oa that date. Garaeei
made th4 evening fall of merriment I
aad at the cIom the hostess terted I
refres'jramt. Including a blrthdir
Of the well known II. A. Diz L &6ns line.
Th"w drew art of perrale or finghAmn
in attractive plail ami stripe and com
Line the qualities of wcarabilitj n4
style. They launder iiieely anj make It
m eay for you t always Ik freh aboot
'Parisian' Waist Shop
Our customer always ex
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they always it. Thi
proup of Mouse are especial
ly attractive, incliuliiifr the
veil Mouse, ent, atampetl and
fitted. When finished in a
very elaborate Mouse, at the
exeeptionally low priee of $:l.
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Nurses Costumes Maids Dresses
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Wry ehi and pretty are the maids eo
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kept freh and dainty and add' a frfit
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Attractively Priced Are These Vash Dresses At
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lacs aad pink roses hung fronT.the
ceiling. Late In the 'afternoon the