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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON.
SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28. 1920
1 SOCIETY NEWS OF THE WEEK
I AM bo glad to learn; of the"
enthusiastic support wjiich the
federated clubs throughout
Oregon are already giving to the
work of the Oregon Tuberculosis
association in its annual sale of
Christmas seals," said Mrs. Ida
B. Callahan, president of the Ore
gon Federation of . Women's clubs,
hi a recent interview, j
"The .fight against tuberculosis
financed by the sale of seals is
the only volunteer movement of
any magnitude not financed
whollyr'Pr largely by4 the well to
do. The Christmas seal is one
of the most democratic agencies
in this country for spreading the
gospel of good health.
Tb work of the Oregon Tub
erculosis association was present
ed to our club in Corvallis" by the
executive secretary, Mrs, Sadia
Orr-l)unblr, and so interested did
the women become that they im
mediately r volunteered to take
over the sale for Benton county."
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Bulgin en
tertained with a Thanksgiving
day dinner in honor of Mr. Bui
gin's mother. Mrs. W. G. Bulgin
and his sister Miss Adelaide Bul
gin. of Franklin, N.-C, who an
visitors here for the winter. Com
memorating the 300th anniversary
of the Pilgrims and the landing
of the Mayflower yellow pump
kin boats with Puritan dolls op
deck formed the unique center
piece. Puritan dolls also were
used as favors, with the guests',
names attached. j
Cover were laid for 12. the
following being bidden: Iter, and
Mrs. E. J. Bulgin. and William
" Bulgin of Portland; Mr. and Mrs
A. W. Boell. Mrs. W. G. Bulgin
Mr. and Mrs. Parley Jone, Mis
Adelaide Bulgin. A. E. Robbin
and the hosts.-.
Miss' Katherine' English and
James Carson . were quietly mar
ried at St. Joseph's church Wed
' nesday. Rev. J. R. Buck using
the ring ceremony.- Mr. and Mrs.
X M. Barr stood with the young
couple, and only relatives and
close friends were in attendance.
A wedding dinner followed the
service at the Jiome of the bride's
parents, 2630 Cherry Avenue.
Afterwards Mr. and Mrs. G arson
- left for. a wedding trip to points
in British Columbia, and upon
their return will be at home in
Salem on North Cottage street.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. A- English, and
a sister of Felix, Pennoyer and
Bryan English, the latter just re
' turned from service.: The two for
mer are well-known O. A. C. men,
Pennoyer English, who is a grad
uate, being an instructor at that
institution. Mrs. Carson is a
graduate -. of the Salem high
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One of the ' principal partici
pant in the state music teachers'
convention Just closed In Salem
was Jeajv.fcark ;McCracken of
Portland. ' who was entertained
during her stay as the guest of
Mrs. George A. White.
The-convention of the State
Music ; Teachers' association Is
now a matter of history, and
splendid history it is. It was mat
ter of no small moment that it
was the first time that the con
vention was held in Salem, and
therefore, brought to the city
musicians of northwest note, for
their first visit in many cases. '
, Friday was devoted largely to
a business session, and the dis
cussion of public school music
followed by a piano recital by
David Campbell of f the Ellison-
White conservatory. At the noon
day luncheon ' Professor Gaskins
of the Oregon Agricultural college
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ner's violin ensemble; selection,
by violin ensemble, under direc
tion of Joy Turner, the personnel
being Dorothy llancn. Mary Tal
on. Grace Stevens. Ross Harris,
Georse Stoner, Charles Naxornik,
Harold Rupert and Ernest Aeger
ter. The Nancy Hanks Lincoln club
will meet in the Lincoln school
Monday afternoon at 3: 111 o'clock.
A program of especial I interest
has been prerared including," as
the principal feature an address
on -The Christmas Spirit." by
Rev. Mr. Putnam of the Bunsa
low Christian-church. -followed, bv
readings and special musical
Mothers and friends of the
school are cordially invited to at
tend. The Lady Macabees and, Sir
Knights entertained jointly with
a "hard times" open meeting In
McCornack hall Wednesday. night,
a large attendance being record
ed. Mr. and Mrs. George Uronen
fihid announce the marriage of
their sons Rockey George Bron-
cu5hid and Miss Edith Ferris of
Tacoma, November 20th. and J.
M. Broncushid and Mis El.ie Le
or ichita Falls, Texas, on No
St. Monica's Altar society of
St. Joseph; church held another
ol'ltB successful "card"-pwihv.ia
the K. of P. hall Friday night.
Father Duruin and Miss Lena
Htickestein winning high ore.
In a very pleasing' manner, and the!
muslcale wai much enjoy! by
the friends and parents cf those
taking part. The program ta pre
Floating Zephyrs A. Stone
Carolina Lam birth
The Shepherd's Song
Carl W: Kern
Fireflies Frolic Spencer
Dance of the Demons Hoist
In a Shady. Iane Blake
Tarn O' Shanter Warren
Valse Danseuse Miles
Loves Amulet Englemann
Sounds from the Oyblnerthal
Alpine Hut Lange
Rosalind Van. Winkle
Whisperings of Autumn .... Kern
In the Swing .. Wach
The Song of the lire ok. .Warren
Intermezzo Rococo Aletter
Danse Epagnole J. Ascher
Twilight Shadows Heller
(a) Tarantella Heller
11 Sectnd Mazurka Cedard
In wblt. carrying white chrysan
themums. The couple wer at
tended by Lloyd Slmklna and
Miss I -a Vea trice Indingham.
Mr. Cook wss an overtras avi
ator and at the present time H
attending law school at WtUara
lite. Following th wedding
ceremony, thirty guests partook
of a sumptuous Thanksgiving din
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Cook will
make their home In Palem.
Mr. Cora Hendry gate a tnn-
cai recital Friday nig
home of Rev. and Mrs
poed of by Wednesday nlttt
George Cberrtngton Is arractn
a special feature dance. h!rb
will b la tb nature of an elertr
pagfant. Carl GabrleUoa and
James Young are In charge o'
other attractions and Dr. I'rinc
Byrd and Archie Holt will see t
it that the armory presents au it
Miss Alice Clement, head or the
School of Music of Albany college.
land Mrs. Mary Irvine Patterson of
ment. were hoae
their stay In Salm
"ri. I'0? H"
Koehler. The house was bea-.tl-tie mumic teachers con
fully decorated with Oregon I rnt,on- r Lucille Emmons,
grape, honeysuckle, and fall flow- member of the college.
lodies making exteoilve rrP"-
atlons for the aflalr. Th morii
Ing will bo riven over to a buV
rwtMi t)oa. and la the afternoo-c
tbTe will be a' rlndid pr
nam. A dinner wI b ter
"iinu I HI CNrC Q c'un3e tf
eek-rn.l guet at th-. .
Mr. Win E. Pardy.
Mr. and Mm. George S. Race
and their danrhter. Miaa Xadlne.
November 23. 1920. 0f Portland, spent Thanksgiving
MRS. JAMES GAKSON, who was before her mar
riage Thursday, Miss Katherine English. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. English. After
a wedding trip to British Columbia points Mr. and Mrs.
Garsonjwill return to Salem to make their home.
spoke, arid there wermusical con
tributions by Gustav Dunkelber
ger, pianist, and Carl Grisson,
violinist of O. A. C. school of
music. The afternoon was de
voted to an operatic analysis by
Miss Dorothea Nash, pianiste,
end Mrs. Henry W. Mejtzger, so
prano, of Portland.
The recital by Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Petri at 3; 30 called forth
a large number of local music
lovers, each artist being accorded
most gracious reception. The
concert ty the local Music Teach
ers' club in the evening, closed
the first day'g program. 4i
The organ recital, presenting
President Frederick W. Goodrich
or Portland, at the First Christian
chnrch Saturday morning was an
other splendid offering, his ap
pearance being in response to
unanimous invitation of the local
club. He .gave a representative
overture, numbers written speci
ally for the organ, and character
numbers, including a Funeral
March, Marionette, Slavonic Cra
dle Song, Japanese Sunset. Chin
ese Lullaby, and "closed with a
march written for the organ. All
were beautifully rendered ; and
were a revelation of the possibili
ties of the instrument.
Later there was a discussion
on -modern harmony at the Con
gregational church opened - by
Mrs. Jean Park Mcfcracken. and
continued and illustrated by Pres
ident Goodrich. Concert co-operation
by Oregon Music Teachers,
was the title of a paper present
ed by Miss Fay Reddick. Discus
sion was entered into by George
Hotchkiss ' i Street, and David
Miss !Lena Belle Tartar pre
sided at the Saturday luncheon
at the Congregational church.
Mrs. Nettie Greer Taylor." presi
dent of the Oregon Federation of
Musical clubs, gave a report from
the National Federation of Mus
ical clubs' held in Akron, Ohio.
Music followed, by Mrs. Vernita
Claire Corbett, pianist; - Mrs.
fMiles Tlplwin Vrrn. vnrHt
and Miss Evelyn Macy, accom-1
panist, all of McMinnville Jcol- J
lege. : I
The members of the Modern
Woodmen of the World culmin
ated Thanksgiving day with an
open meeting in their lodgerooms,
about 150- taking advantage of
the opportunity offered to hear
a program of unusual interest and
The numbers given were a read
ing by Miss Clara Howard; piano
duet. Madeline . Geisey- and Ger?
trudfa Riessbeck; vocal solo, Edna
Aekerman; instrumental trio, Joy
Turner. Virgil White and Claude
Burch; vocal solo, Gordon Ben
nett, accompanied by Miss Tur-
at 8 a. m.. occurred the marriage
of Miss Clare Kirsher. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsher o
Salem and Mr. Cornelius Gordon,'
son or Mr. ana Mrs. Thomas Gor
don of Verona. Wis., at the Chap
el of the Woods. St. Francis. Mil
waukee, Rev. Thomas Schmltz of
ficiating. The couple was attend
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene-Barr
of Oregon. Wis.. Mrs. Barry be!n
a sister of the groom. After th
ceremony a breakfast was rerveC
at the Pfister hotel. A trip wil
be taken to Chicago, LaCrosse and
other points, after which th
young couple will be at home op
Oakslde farm, Verona, Wis.
A piano recital of Interest, was
that given by pupils of Frank. E.
Churchill, Tuesday evening in his
studio, I. O. O. F. Duildlng. The
participants acquitted themselves
with Judge and Mrs. Earl Race
Mr. and Mrs. John Cornforth of
the Jefferson Way entertained at
a large dinner on Thankigiving
day. covers being laid for ten. The
guest list included Mr. and Mrs.
W..C. Wyatt of Blgelow. Minn.,
who are on their .way to Los An
geles for the winter; Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. West; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
K. Eslow, Miss Gertrude West and
Mr. Myers of Toledo. Ohio.
Elmer Dean Cook of Salem
and Miss Georgiana Simklns of
Hopwell. Or., were united In mar
riage November 25. 1920. at high
noon at the home of the bride's
rarents In Yamhill county. Rev.'
C. W. Corby of the FIrrt rnltcJ
Brethren church of Salem, offici
aline. The bride was charming
ers besides green and white fes
toons which were suspended froa
the corners of the celling to tb
After the program refreshment
were served by Mm. Ritchie. Mrv
Koehler and Mrs. Fleenor.
.. The following took ?art In Hi
program: Ruth Koehler. Wild
and Vivian Heenor. Beryl Hulsey
Ruth Ritchie. Viola Graham. L
ona Gel wreath. Alma Johnson
Ralph and Mildred Harra. Helen
Iagle. Wilms Amman. George II
Koehler. Marguerite Seller. Mar
fia Fukhman. Inez Campbell. Mrs
Leon a Smith. Mildred Palmer. Al
ice Johnson.. Clarence Ritchie. Al
ice Adams. Thusnelda Koehler
Clifford Hulsey. Alene Ritchie.
The Salem men of the America
tegioa who . are members of th"
general committee in charge o'
the concert and dance to oe giv
en by the Great Shirley company
- Xte armory nevt Wednetdav
nlgLl aniK. hllt prafUcanT
everything Is In reav,,,, fo lh.
elent. which. If duplication t.
ords made In every rlty alone th
riite of travel, will be ce of th
upstanding affairs In the way of
ekjertalnment on this winter'
P0tram. The company Is appear
In exclusively for the legloa. and
has their unstinted praire where
ever they have given a concert.
' ;A good deal of Intelligence hi.
been displayed In ' arranging th
program, the ilrft hour and a baJ
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward left
Wednesday night for The Dalles,
planning to remain c-ver the week
end. They went to attend the
Thanksgiving day football la that
place between the Salem High
school and The Dalle high school,
and daring their stay will b the
houe gnets of friends. Miss
Frances Ward accompanied them.
lauiMer. wfco It a ff ,v.,
nanth. will return.
mi th N. C Kafoury
ere :aced lor
iable teautttully d-rorat-
w . over
galdes je;iow hrsan-
tCowtinaed on pare C)
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Uieiley
the childr-n returned yeater-.'
from Portland, where they J-.
Frlda y to witness "CnooV!
the latter part of the evening b-
ing left free for dancing. maI
for which will ba famished iv
the company. Older folk, who do
not can to dance, can; In this
wa.fr, enjoy the music, tbe-progran
to'jpegin at 8 o'clock, and contain
ing 20 numbers. , '
.llan Bynon. in charge of gen
eral arrangement rtrorta a larg
tlcJ.'t sale already, and it Is et
peed that all ticket will He dls-
Mr. aad Mr. Joph McAllis
ter spent Thankglvlndy mn'
relatives la Portia eh molpcla
down yesterday. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kerroi
wer visitors ln,fc! daring th
week, coming VP to si"! Thank
glving day w Mr. ni Mrf. K
K. Lee Steloc-
For tk'rleasore of Ml Zelda
I'ear,i McMinnville. who was
her ho Jay gaent. Mies Roth Rom r
cntersiiBed a group of friends on
Fridsr eIg. The hour were
tr-eat Informally, a collation
roo'ndrag out the evening.
' The gueta besides the bon
oree."were Miss Kathrya Gibtard.
MUt Martha TowelL MUs Hilda
Tliinghast. Mlos Crystal Cla
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being given over to the concerCI Jvb. Miss Gladys Jenen. MUs
Marjo,. Kdmands and MUs Pan
The Marlota county Veterans'
association, combed of all pa
triotic organlzatiorivin the eoan.
ty will hold the thlra meeting of
the year la Salem next Thursday
la McCornack hall.'
It will be held under the
pices or the local G.vA. IL and
W. R. C committees frcmu these
. Does it lack -punch V
It to bring it here for a real
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a competent battery man, ex
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Sluggwh. "tired" bUerie
"come back' right "when YE
REMEMBER a run down
battery dangerous these
cold days it quickly freezes.
Unbiased fen ice absolute
ly! ' '
SLR. D. Barton
Til South Commercial St.
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