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THE riRttflON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON.
SUNDAY MORNINfl. OCTOBER 31, 1920
big basement, where the party TiIUSIC lovers are Happily an
v&s held, Into aa out-door bower. I VI ticipatlng the first number
There were Hallowe'en -novelties, on the Salem Lyceum course
pumpkins, garlands in yellow atid which will be Lieurance's Little
black, feathery asparagus ana au- Symphony, ana wnicn win De pre-
nAn.nTV cftn In thellunn lonage Hi uriiiutm cvwuu. senieu a. lue Aruiuij ucu i IMP
ROBABLY no visitor in tne PaRtlmeft aDDronriate to tbeL,v nrM. T
Capital City this weK. rf date were participated In. and the This symphony, organised and
supper, wnicn was serrea ai coached by Mr. Lieuranr. comes
interesting nor Inter
ested than Mrs. Maria Campbell
Smith of Portland, whose part in
the Jason Lee exercises in the
house of representatives Tuesday
afternoon, was really the feature
nfthe afternoon. Aimougn a
long tables, featured a menu oil, tne result of a widespread
doughnuts, apples, nuts ana craVing for the best In music. It
pumpkin pie. is an all-string combination which
Sixteen girls were present. Diays sketches from a representa-
Dr. Don Byrd' of Portland is
ire number of symphonies, to
gether with a wide repertoire of
best in music can satisfy the de
mand of the real American music
Miss Margaret Perry, the solo
ist,: is the possessor of a voice of
remarkable range and sweetness.
claring that she was seventy-nine spending the week end with his . . . comDosUioll U 1- a com
years old, it was difficult ior we parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. wyra. Qf &rtlata wno ,QTe onl the
audience to believe nv coming over oy juivun music: an organization
And her birthplace was iaaiem, where he went to auena me w. . . ,.ht th nlHf nt,ta
her arrival marking the advent a. C.-U. of C. football garnet noted dlrector and impliclteiy be-
of the first wnue cmia " thieves that nothing short of the
fniir ranltal of Oregon. Her miss urace iiny uu Mt,f
parents were Hamilton and Har- letta Kraus of Portland came up
riet Campbell, who sailed from yesterday to be the week-end
New York on the Lausanne, Oc- guests of Mrs. R. J. Hendricks.
tober 9.' 18S 9, under the leader-
ship of Jason Lee, arriving at Ft. Mr, and Mrs. Monroe Crouse
Vancouver, June 1, 1840. ,in Ieil rTiT 1 n,nT,.!Z Hd Harold fLewis. the conductor
speaking ;bf them Mrs. Smith where they will be unt 1 Tuesday and pianlstJ Is one of the young
m H' "thpv were creemmeniiy ine Kuesia ui men cuu-m- "u mni!.i,n iho vt whr, ia r.n.
fitted for ;thelr mission; endowed daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas idly winning recognition for his
beytond measure with resource- ueawico. exceptional artistry.
fulness and optimism, tbejr had J . ' The nrograme and personnal of
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do delicateesons.' in tnose times, airs., i imiv the evening will be as follows:
an institution unknown to them; tage Grove ana Mrs. tnen uunuu MJss Margaret Perry, soprano
hence the! necessity of; that prac- ot .u gene are guests at uc Miss Lora Teshner, cellist
tical common sense that Is some- of the former s son. ana auers Mr. Harold Lewis, pianist and
times called 'gumption that en- 1 nepnew, wauer inompsou, . diretcor.
abled them to supply on short or- corner or Jaoutn cnurcn street aua Proeram.
"der the necessary food and shel-1 Rural avenue. - IFrom the Canebrake .... Gardner
. j Poem Fibich
Mrs. Francis Gray of Cottage J Symphonic Sketches
ter required by .those mission-1
aries, of which Jason Lee and
his compeere were types.
"When 1 look back upon air
the primitive conditions in this
fair valley,, I am reminded of the.
great contrast between the past
and the present. Then preach-
, era traveled on foot from station
Grove was a guest at the home of
her son, Clare Gray, on North
Capitol street, this week.
The- reception for . Rev. and
Mrs. Blaine E. Kirkpatrick. newly
annotated pastor ; of the First
i f station or rode upon a "cayuse l Methodist church, and his wife.
cjaitans, weary., hungry and fre
i iMuch interest was manifested
by the feminine representatives
la the audience, in the quaint
gown which Mrs. Smith wore. It
had served as a bridal robe for
her sister, who had I made the
journey to Oregon with Jason
Lee on his .second trip: The gown
a deep majente was of pure Lion
silk, in a- remarkable state of
a. In a Garden ..... Gold mark
b. Valse Bluette Drlgo
c. Canzonetta W . Schuett
d. Ballet from Faust No. I . . .
. . . Gounod
a. Aria from Madame Butterfly
b. Bird of Lovo Devine Wood
Valse Triste' (Waltz of Death)
Second Waltz Godard
u.a. uc. .w 6 - popular number selected
was. one of many delightful af
fairs of the past week's record.
It was held In, the parlors of the
church, which were filled to over
flowing throughout the receiving
i the evening, t
An elaborate and striking de
corative scheme was worked put.
with feathery asparagus- and rose
a. Dreaming Squire
b. La Fileuse ........ Dunkler
Prelude Op. 3 No. 2 Rachmaninoff
Negro Spirituals. .Arr. Lieurance
tips much in evidence, the scar
iet berries of both material form- Xhe (Ml8ses Cnase and Shef
ing ongm punciuauona 01 coior. , field) Schubert
wun mis. empnasizing me rea ipunn
charming background of i color note was arranged bowls! ri.u r a
Hallowe'en decorative material and baskets ol dahlias and sal- . ""v"" " OremTieurance
vouneVrS w1 SL n ?IVia;, T . . Allahs Hol'idiy" Arr. Harold Lewis
!??'SwTJ T!!!."-?? Mrs. J! A. Mills was In charge Air De Ballet Chaminade
rkni i TfrUrT... 7? 01 ener" linm.m?e F Medley. Light Opera Sketches..
r..': " "". various! circles oi ine juaaies- Aia Arr. Trinkhanj
i.Mii vair U1! lodeties of the church, working Soprano -
SHJl"2n?.;r!!L .ffiMr1 to perfect every de- aP By the Waters of Minnetonka
r;r,V I I. r . Jl-- ' tor the big affair. Mrs. Ray Lieurance
Autumn leaves, ros? tips and I T . t Z. V. L, "" f"s weurance
flowers in all their rich coloring. rere oy in rsi ana sympnony azetcnes
in jardinieres and hanging bas- LC3r.An" Lee circles in decor-I .v. ...Arr. Ueurance
kets, and Jack-o -lanterns and K" " tomiuinCT - Aiiegro coo moio, na sym-
Hallowe'en novelties converted was maae BD OI ine we8t en"
the lowertfloors into an Elf land tral circle; the program comrnit-
bower. The big attic where witch- tee f the South Central and Nao-
s, hobgoblins and other strange mI circles, with Mrs. E.- E. Gil-
ana learsome folk held forth, was eri cnairmtn; reiresnment
decked with most attractive of- committee, Yew Park and South
ferings of forest and field. Here East circles, with Mrs. W. B.
after the guests had had their I Summerville chairman. Mrs. C.
past and future revealed and had C. Clark directed the program.
traversed the Hall ' o? Horror, I which was opened by mass sine-
they were refreshed with a flagon ling and followed by Mlsi Gert-llinists: Misses Teshner and Muel
ot apple .cider. , . ' rude Aldrich, who gave vocal.se-Jler 'cellists; Miss Margaret Per-
tter in tne evening, auer ai- lections. Dr. Gilbert received the rT .soprano; Air. Harold Lewis,
versions lining jio tne occasion newcomers in the name of the director.
Church. Prof. James T. Matthews
welcoming them in behalf of the Tne members of the Junior
university; .Walter Winslow. In Gaild of st- Pal church will be
behalf of the officii board, and entertained by Mrs. Homer Smith
Dr. "W. C. Kantner representing ue" lue8a anernoon
phony ..... . Tschajkowsky
b. Nur, wer die sehnsucht kennt
c. Largo from New World Sym
d. Finale from Oberon Over
ture . . Weber
The personnel of the orchestra
s as follows: Misses Chase.
Sheffield. Morley. Stephens, vio-
had been participated in, around
the fireplace, where burned shim
merlng fairy fuel a more substan
tlal supper was served in the big
dining room, including old-fashioned
, pumpkin pies, chicken
sandwiches, and hot chocolate.
the. Ministerial board. Both Rev.
Th. i,r t'.M. w.. r.nr with and Mrs. Kltkpatrick responded
an effective mound of autumn J5 the receiving line were Mrs.
fruits.! and all th other annolnt- B- F- Steeves. Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
ments carried out the principal Lee Rev. and Mrs. Blaine E
motif t 1 Kirkpatrick. Dr. and Mrs. E. E
Guests for this delightful af- Gilbert, Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney
fair were: Miss Lucille Moore, and Mrs. Charles Lisle.
Miss Katherine Vincent, Miss At the door were J. H. Baker,
Gladys. Jensen. Miss Lolo Millard, Ralph Barnes, Mrs. I. L. McAd-
Miss' Leah Ross, Miss Frances ams. and Mrs. E. V. Ryder. As-
Hodge, Miss Genevieve Endicott. j sisting .about the room were Mrs.
Miss Junette Jones, Miss Myrtle E. E. Upmeyer, Mrs. Walter
Martin, -Miss Miriam Lovell, Miss
Thel ma Young, Miss Fay Spauld
ing. Miss Ruth Ross, Miss Helen
Cory, Miss Mildred Hansen, and
Miss Faith Jones, Miss Bonna
belle Kent and Miss Glenna Fish
er, all of Portland; Messrs.: Rob
ert Littler, Jack . Randall, Fred
Winslow, Mrs.. Fxed . Zimmerman;
Mrs. J. B. Littler. Mrs. J. H. Ba
ker and Mrs, Ralph Glover.
Miss Ruth Moore left yester
day for Corvallis to spend the
week-end with her sister. Miss
wlA'eL'.J"".'""uk Helen Moore, at the Delta Zeta
Flndley. William Ashby. Herbert S?U,' an4na t oJk TwS0
sooirrf.w wm bia.v Wilma Labb at Waldo
Merwin Stolzhelse. Alfred Mnnt-
fOmrr. Paul Stalav- Miltnn I ' .
Steiner. Ellis Von Eschen. Claire r- and W"i,am Brown
Aummn w.iiaro r.rirfath . Kvan ana Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown
Jones. Richard Kreisel, Ivan and their children, ' are visiting
Blngman, Frank Chapman and relatives ana mends In Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jones mo
tored to Portland yesterday whre
they planned to spend the week
end with friends. Upon their re
turn they will be Joined by their
daughter. Miss Alia Jones, who
has been the house guest for the
past ten days of Mrs. James Mc
apartment for the winter in "'Ul"ra lo faJna l 8Pnd
of thesa places. . Thursday , and Friday, returning
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Ravage have
returned from Portland where
they spent the past three week"
with relatives and friends, and
are passing a few days' with their
son in law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. William McGilchrist Jr.
They wll leave in a few days, go-
ig to California, where they will
be the guests for sometime of
relatives In Berkeley,; Oakland
and San Francisco, later opening
Friends here of Miss Margaret
Putnam are rejoicing in the news
of her proposed return to Salem.
She is expected to return during
the mid-week from Pendleton
where sh has ben for the past
four years, during the time that
she has been identified with a
big business house. -
She will make her home with
her mother at 1145 Chemeketa
At the Monday night Sunday
School Teacher's Training class
Miss Bess Shinn will tell Bible
stories in the children's division,
the hour to be 8:15 o'clock. All
Interested in progressive and in
dividual Sunday School work are
invited to be present. The place
Is the public library.
A croup of merry young girls
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enJoyon a aeiiK" "
party. Friday night at the Frank
Jaskoski home. 1051 Chemeketa
stret given by Miss Pearl Kap
TtahanV Miss Pauline Marnach and
an the insignia of the season
-was utilized. In transforming th
to remain over the week-endr
The Musical Study class of the
Salem Wbman's club will meet
at the home of Miss Dorothy
Pearce: Monday evening. This
class, which accomplished so
much that was worth While last
winter in the way of progressive
musical study, including historyJ
appreciation and individual re
search, is expected to be larger
nnd even more interesting this
Any member of the Woman's
club interested may join the class.
Mips Frances Wilson of San
Francisco is the house guest of
Mrs. Ted Mescb , at her apart
ments: in the Electric building.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ll Meyers
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Smith,
who recently disposed of their
home here, left Friday for New
port where they will spend the
New arrivals who will be ex
tended a most cordial welocme by
baiem rolk, will be Mr. and Mrs
Andrew Gould Duncan and An
drew Norwood Duncan of New
York City, who are expected to
reach Portland todays
They plan to loc&e permanent
iy in tne Capital City, for the
present being the guests ef. the
former's son in law and dau enter.
Mr .and Mrs. Goodrich Moir. and
another daughter. Miss Jeaa. Nor
wood, who have resided "here
about a year.
Mr. Moir and Miss Norwood
went to Portland this jnorning to
greet the newcomers. ).
Mr. and Mrs. A. L.-"Brown left
for Newport during thejnid-week.
expecting to remain there for the
winter, in the hope that the
change or climate will be bene
ficial to Mr. Brown's health.
Fully one hundred gils. all
members of the Girls' Reserve of
the Young Woman's Christian
Association, participated in. one of
the gayest Hallowe'en partes of
the week last night Jn the Asso
ciation rooms. Miss Eya Scott, the
Girls' Work secretary,; supervising
general plans for the affair.
Each of the several corps of
the Reserve were responsible for
difrerent details of the entertain
ment, some centering th-?ir ef
forts around the decora tions. oth
ers the refreshments and others
the programme. Th? splendid
rooms had been transformed tftih
festive decorations . in keeping
with Hallowe'en.-Witches journey
ed on the proverbial broom han
dles around windows and doors
and found their way around the
mantle while tha wierdest of jack
lanterns concealed the lights.
Hunt and Miss He'en Hunt in
compliment' to the einpoyee3 of
:,'. ui.vk' tu 1 M 21 Hunts'
Bank af Stayton and Stanley
Stewart, deputy state bank exam
A big pumpkin oowl centered
the board filled with marigolds,
favors and additional appoint
ments sugsting the Hallowe'en.
Covers were laid toe th fol
lowing Mr. anl Mr. alter
Mayo, Mr. and Mis. J. M. Kingo.
Mr. and Mrs. 'George Bell. Kd
ward Hell, Mr. Stewart and the
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith were
others who motored to Corvalli3
for the game. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Mayers
were among Salem folk visiting
in Portland during tne week.
A "Society Circus," to be given
November 16th was the chief top
ic discussed at the last regular
meeting of the Daughters of Isa
bella, held this week. Gaiety
mirth and laughter ran rampant
throughout the whole evening
when the different committees de
scribed the wonderful variety of
subjects they had secured for
their .side shows. One committee
reported it had been negotiating
for the past year with a firm in
India for a most charming "snake
charmer" and had ;! secured one
that promised to exceed their ex
pectations. ,- . .
Another committee bad tne
promise of Senor Perdone Her-
mano to exhibt his sixteen-year-old
three headed daughter.
A modern Tom Thumb and his
wife will draw young and old.
They are only thirty inches in
heighth. can sing like nightingales
ana aance an me latest. ew ivm
steps. Tom is noted for his sup
pleness as well as his diminutlve
ness. There will be at least a dozen
or more sideshows that will make
oneforget all trials .troubles and
tribulations; brighten one's eyes
enliven one's step and lift twenty
years off one's age.
And after one has laughed all
care away one will have an appe
tite that can only be appeased by
the famous chicken noodles made
by the Daughters of Isabella.
These- chicken noodles will be
served with the necessary accom
paniments at the noon hour, dur
ing the afternoon and again in
I After many details for the cir
cus" had been discussed the mem
bers numbering thirty-five re
paired to the peacock room at the
Gray Belle where a delicious re
past was served.
The reason . for all this gaiety
is: First and most important, so
ciability; second, to start a fund
to purchase the necessary equip
ment that enables one to enjoy
the good dinners the ladies of St.
Joseph's church serve. 1 '.
By this time next year the par
ish of St. Josephs Catholic church
will have completed a parish hall
8nd school on the corner of Che-"
meketa and Winter streets. Un
der the able management ot Rev. s
J. R. Buck this effort will be
ters of Isabelle have started with,
this "society circus" as a begin
ning of many other such features.
to assist in the furnishing of this
new hall, which will prove not
only an added attraction to th
rity'of Salem." L:u a meeting place
where tall may mlnirle, with the
purpose of piving to ach other
an inifTtive to a higher and bet
ter r"Stetfin unity life.
Minnie Mohltr fr Wi. L .
rZut "t?fl Shfr. Mrs.
l.lclla Smith. Ur.
With Benno Moir.eivviFch. the
Russian piano-star, as soloist, naid
Friday's Oregouian. the Portland
Symphony orchestra, Carl Denton.
conductor, appeared W ednesday
night in the Hellig theater in its
first concert of the 1920-21 sea
son and . gave such a satisfying
concert that all good friends of
the orchestra and they are many
The audience was a responsive
one and made up of all sections
of the music community, even out
of town visitors' being present. It
was also a large audience, every
seat being occupied. Both soloist
and orchestra were liberally ap
plauded. It is gratifying to note
that the Portland Symphony or
cbestra Is playing with greater
and better finished ensemble than
formerly. This is ierhapa due to
three or more causes: the musi
cians hav played so long together
and o harmoniously that con
stant association makes the spirit
of "one for all"; the fact that
these musical enthusiasts are at
last under a permanent conductor
for the season, instead of a dif
ferent conductor at each concert:
and the great happiness they felt
in being associated in the creation
of the i;ame programme with such
an accomplished artist as Mr.
Mr. Denton conducted with con
summate ability, and with so
much success that he was publicly
complimented by Mr. MOisei
witsch. The next concert ot the sym
phony series takes place Decem
ber s, with Jose I Lhevinne as
Those attending from here were
Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Denton. Mrs
William H. Burghardt. Mrs. W.
Everett Anderson. Miss Dorothy
Pearce and Miss Eima Weller.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holman
and daughter. Grace Elizabeth re
turned yesterday from their three
month's visit to England and the
Continent. On. their return they
came by way of Kentucky. Ten
uessee and California, making so
journs Hn each place.
Past Worthy Matrons of Chad-
wick Chapter. Order of the East
ern Star were entertained inform
ally in the lodge room ii Manonlc
Temple Friday nih. bv Mr. W
Carlton Smith. General bnslne
flatters of itner"st,to the organl
.Uon were discus khI. the princi
pal reason for these a.T:.irs.
which are annual, being to bring
tho past officials into a frloMlr Mrs. Ruth Brown, Mrs Lo'ilso
conclave, who. in thi way t-t ve 1 Hmnk Mr Iona fh-rrm:i'.n.
as a more eubstantal support to Mrs. Alice Coolidge. Mrj. Cordel-
the chupt-r. WJiH.-r. JUrua y. Airs. jr.pbiae Vass Mrs.- M-.
Women who have th honor oi Mrs. an- rum, .Mrs. r-izfiui. nrn witxbta and y
teing eligible U the iNt Worthy : " -x -'lt rv. : ri?ht. 1 '
'jr"n gri.up .r: Mm. Ma ,wrs, jaary jonnson, iirs. jotic ia
Babcock. Mrs. Miriam Unrrett. ' . . mvt. 1 !tmm cuiried Ad-i
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owners, the Republic Grande
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That it is more than living up
to Republic reputation for
longer life is a source of satis
faction to us.
A Republic Grande Cord on
your car will show how far
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"IF i WERE KING"
Tn . f The Oreflrori
for A Two Platoon System
Friends of the A. J. Rahns are
interested in their change of res-
mence. inev are removing frnm
the Electric apartments to the
home which they have recently
purchased and are remodeling in
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop were
(dinner hosts last night, enter
taining In compliment to Miss
Elizabeth Lord, and Mrs. Bessie
Bailey, both $t Long Beach. Cal..
who have been passing the sum
mer in Salens and who are leav
ing for their! home this week.
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Mrs. Pauline- Josse returned
home the last of the week! from
uiiia.ua wnere sh
days with her daughter.
vrtrurKB MaacK. and son
daughter In law, Mr. and
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Miss Gertrude Hartman is ex
TiTt J J Monday froii
Portland where she baa T
tertaiaed by Irlends for a week or
LjvIy-hued autumn folUge was
empltjyed.. in an original and at-
iraciiTe way ana ?verytuin pos
sibl done to make aa appropri
ate stage for the event.
Diversions and rt'mts of vari
ous description were enjoyed hy
the girls, . who came in ghostly
attire, as gypsies, as witcl'C3, and
as various other characters.
Culminating tbis delightful
party was the serving of substan
tial pumpkin pies and apple cider.
Mrs. Wallace Sears spent the
mid-week with friends in Albany,
returning hoims Wednesday night.
Miss Agnes Bayn is the guest
over th9 week end of ber sister.
Miss Mary Bayne, -at the Tri
Delf house, going fver to attend
the big football gam?.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hathaway
motored over to Cjrvallis to at
tend the game. iud to attend a
.A Ibvel contriouticu to fast
night's programme was the ain
ner given by Mr. cd Mrs. J. T.
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IT GIVES 100' EFFICIENCV AND 100 RESERVE FORCE AT ALL TIMES
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CITY C0UNC1LJC0MMERCIAL CLUB, UB0R COUNCIL, BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE
IT GIVES A FIREMAN A 12 HOUR DAY INSTEAD OF 21
It Does Not Double The Amount of Men
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