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SECOND NEWS SECTION i (U f(fib 1 jLi'rfJ " i
SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1920
TRICE: FIVE CENTS
2 SOCIETY NEWS OF THE WEEK
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BY MOLLY BRUNK
And we had much to
HANICSGIVINO week has come and gone!
1 ThankruMor the host! of boys and girls who came home for al
most a 'week, and added their youth and gaiety to the programme
'halakLrfotheglf ted musicians who shared their talent so
onerously during the final days of the week.
enei" nntlook for the future that holds lust enoueh
rarmal things to gWe balance to the formal.
Thankful that conqueror or conquered the University set had
.in m many things for which to be thankful that the sting of this
!fca defeat was of short duration, , t
Thankful that in all the gay doings there was still left the
rrat underlying thought of Thanksgiving, and because of this the
inmates of the Old People's Borne out pn- Twelfth street had some
thing to he thankful for because generous Salem folk remembered
tkemTh-nkfBl that there were none so forlorn that they had not
.thinr to be thankful for that evjeryone gave thanks in their
owaway. i ?
A CHARMING AND MUCH-FETED BRIDE-ELECT
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TST could not know, the mothers; of those little children who
were Nathaniel Hawthorne, John Motley, Elizabeth Barrett,
1'' rhomas Macauley and Ralph Emmerson they could not guess
.. tv read to that eager-eyed group of the visions and fancies of
vonta that were lO crysiauwe mio iue moot tiquisne verse ana
tti&t the world would ever know.
.fcA, mothers chose wisely the literature of the day, when theyi
' read to those boys and girls at bed time around tne big oia-iasmonea
fireplace. . - .v.
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those children, from whose magic meshes as long as they should
live they were nbt to be set free, and because of It we have been
made happier and wiser. V
rr lwy In their hearts was the all-compelling desire to tell
the world' of the-beauty and greatness ef nature, life and things
, u had been revealed to them, through imaginations awakened and
ttfttalated at a mother's knee.
It is the early impressions that last, the stories read at twilight
that hold throughout the years and make the most lasting impres
iiont. And because this is true it is imperative that mothers choose
wisely and well what they read to their, children, and what the
children read for themselves.
Next week Is children's book week at the library. Miss Flora
if. Case will suggest and give outlines of books to any mother seeking
k.V trained services, and because of her training she knows that
there are books and 'books, some destructive to character building
and some wholesome and Instructive.
If you are planning on giving a child a book as a Christmas
rift, it would be well for you to consult her for who knows but
the proper literary guidance may develop, some unexpected talent
ia your uoj uu . - - -
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THE social calendar has held
nothing so worthy of note
' nor of such wide interest
for a long time as the wedding
of Hiss Marjorte Kay and Holli
Vlllson Huntington: which wlU
tile place tomorrow at the resi
dence of the bride-elect's parents
Xr and Mrs. Thomas B. Kay
Hiss Kay has chosen 4 o'clock to
Uie nuptials. Rev. J., J. Eyan
ot tH First Christian church to
..Mr. Hwvtington will arrive to
day from Anaconda, Mont., wher
" h is atili'Je Instructor in th
pullic schools, and to whicl
place he will take his bride. A
'irr nmhir nf out-of-town foU'
Ugtn arriving this week for h
event. many of them college
friends of Miss Kay and Mr. Hun
ttnrtnn. A sororitv sister Mis
Katherlne Wilson, of Portland
wHi attend Miss Kay aa brides-
Btld. and Charles ("Shy") Hun
tiarton, of U. of OJ athletic fame
will come. up. from Eugene to b
best man. . .
Affairs complimentary to Mis
Kay, began last week, th
final affair to be a dinner given
by Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rob
ertson sn the eve of her wedding
at the Hotel Marion, covers to b
laid for ten.
Circling the table will be Mis
Kay, Mr. Huntington, Miss Kath
erlne Wilson, Charles Robertson.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Kay. Mr
and Mrs. Ercel Kay and Dr. an
Deserving nrst place on' the list
of affairs of the week was the
charming luncheon at the Hotel
Marion yesterday, which the
Gamma Phi Beta Alumni of the
University of Oregon gave compli
mentary to Mrs. Hamilton Weir,
of Portland, house mother of the
sorority at Eugene. Mrs. Weir ar
rived last week to be the . house
guest of Mrs. Carl Nelson, and Is
MISS MARJORIE KAY. whose wedding 1 to Hollis
Huntington will be celebrated Monday. Miss Kay
has been the inspiration for numerous pre-nup-tial
attentions, which extended over into this week from
last, the final affair in, her honor to be given tonight by
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Robertson.
AH Package Goods stamped and complete with thread,
: 20 discount.
429 Court Street.
Jatrite Sport Corsets In pink, white and brocade, $1.73,
12 00, 2J23. 1 .
Tailored confiners for stout women, were $2.00, now ft.
Waih silk and crepe de chine Camisoles were $2.2d, now f 1.
Usle thread hosiery, 75c. Mefrcerized, 95c. Silk, $1.45.
XV. BONE CORSET PARIX7R
O Court Street - rhone 03
Hemstitching, Cable Stitch and Braiding, per yard.llOc
' Get your Christmas orders in early
! MULL & HENDERSON
. 1 Room 10, McCornack Building, Salem, Oregon
Over Millers store
' i Phone 117
Hemstitching and Chainstitching
10c per yard1 .
Buttons made every day. Orders taken for plaiting
429 Court Street
M. E. Blake
remaining over for the Kay-Huntington
The luncheon was given in the
private- dining room of the Hotel
Marion. Mauve and white chry
anthemums were employed In
decorating, an artistic arrange
ment of tulle being combined with
the flowers"." Exquisite floral
cards marked the places.
Besides Mrs. Weir the luncheon
I also honored other charming vis
itors, miss ueta viaaie oi la-
Grande, and Miss Zoe Allen of
Astoria, both active sorority mem
bers. Additional guests were
Mrs. F. A. Elliott, Mrs. A. N. Bush
and Mrs. Albert T. Hill of La
Grande; local Gamma Phi Betas
being: Mrs. Alan Bynon, Mrs.
John Hargreaves Carson, Mrs.
Frank Spears, Mrs. Kenneth .Hall,
Mrs. Carl Nelson. Mrs. Paul
Hendricks, ' Mrs. Hugh McCam
mon. Miss Bernice Craig, Miss
Catherine Carson, Miss Marjorie
Kay, and Miss Grace Bean.
The round of entertaining for
Miss Marjorie Kay, bride-elect of
Hollis Huntington began with the
bridge-tea which- Mrs. Russell
Catlin and Mrs. Frank Spears
gave Wednesday afternoon at the
Catlin residence. Five tables
were arranged for the players in
rooms brightened with simple
decorations of yellow chrysantbe
mums. The card awards went to
Mrs. W. Connell Dyer and Miss
Later about a dozen guests
dropped in for., tea. Assisting
about the rooms and at the tea
hour were Mrs. E. C. Cross, Mrs.
W. Connell Dyer and Mrs. Harry
For the pleasure of Miss Kay,
Mrs. Kenneth Hall entertained
with a small, informal tea Friday
afternoon, the guest list including
a number of out-of-town folk and
Gamma Phi Beta sorority sisters
of the honoree.
Among the number was Mrs.
Hamilton Weir, of Portland,
house mother during MJss Kay s
student days at the University of
Oregon, who came up to attend
the wedding; Miss Zoe Allen of
Astoria: Miss Leta Kiddle, of La
r.rsnde: Miss Alice Tompkins of
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Hood River Mrs. Robert Hall of
Portland, and Mrs. 'Alan Bynon.
Mrs. Carl Nelson. Mrs. Paul
Hendricks, Mrs. John Hargreaves
Carson. Mrs. Thomas B. Kay, Mrs.
Ercel Kay, Miss Catherine Carson,
Miss Grace Bean, Miss Bernice
Craig, and M-s. Frank Spears.
Precedent will be broken in the
annals of the Illahee Country
club next Friday" night when Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Leone Spaulding
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Henry
Mills give the first private danc
ing party ever given at the big
rustic club house. A large in
vitational list will call society
folk together at that time for an
affair that is being most happily
The Country club is generally
looked upon as one of the most
delightful places for dancing in
or near Salem, and now that the
managers, directors, or whoever
it is that makes the laws and rul
ings of the place, have relented
a bit. it is not at all doubtful but
what Finzer may be the objective
for other gay affairs of a private
During the week following Mrs.
Spaulding and Mrs. Mills will en
tertain jointly with Mrs. Charles
Kent Spaulding at a large Ken
sington, which will be given at
the home of the latter.
After a two-year residence In
Salem, during which time Mr.
Bennett has been state superin
tendent of Banks, Mr. and Mrs.
Will H. Bennett are leaving about
the twentieth of December for
Pendleton where they will take up
their residence, Mr. Bennett be
coming vice-president of the In
land Empire bank.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Bnenett and
the latter's mother. Mrs. E. J.
Burchill who makes her home
with them have gathered about
them a large coterie of friends in
the capital city, who will-witness
their departure with the utmost
regret. The Bennetts are very
hospitable folk, frequently dis-i
pensing delightful cordiality la
the way of dinners and kindred.
affairs at their residence on
They will visit friends in Port
land on their way to eastern Ore
Mrs. W. Al Jones accompanied
by her sister. Miss Mabel Creigb
ton and her children Rosalie and
Creighton Jones came up to the
Jones ranch to "spend Thanksgiv
ing and the weeK-ena. ror- me
holiday they were joined by Dr.
Ralph F. Fisher of Portland and
Mrs. Louise Chapin of Los An-
gele. and by Mr. and Mrs. -W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Moores had
with them over Thanksgiving
their son-in-law and dsucnter Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Kinney of As
toria: Miss Alice Dabney and
Ralph Moores of Portland. With
the exception of Mrs. Kinney, who
will remain in Salcra several days,
all returned to their homes Friday
Through the generosity of John
W. Wlsrman of Portland, the
mothers c-I Oregon who send their
young daughters to Willamette
university for an' education need
not be concerned about their
physical well-being, for Mr. Wise
man has made possioie tne in
stalling of tv complete hospital
ward of three rooms in Lausanne ,
hall, each fully equipped and
Mr. Wineman was approached
in the matter a little over a year
ago by Dean George II. Alden. and
he at once accepted the oppor-.
tunity of making possible the
ward as a lasting memorial to his
daughter Effie Wiseman, whose
name will appear in the tablets
over each doorway. Her portrait
will adorn the walls r-f the hos
pital, and a poem written by her
will also occupy a place cf honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiseman hare
made frequent trips to Salem In
perfecting the various details of
the ward, and in this work they
were assisted by Mrs. A. N. Bush.
The donation which Mr. Wise
man made consists of one hundred
and sixty acres t f valuable timber
land near Tillamook, besides sev
eral hundred dollars utilized in
fitting up the infirmiry.
Miss Josephine Baumgartner
will return to her studies at the
University of Oregon tonight,
after spending the holiday vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Baumgartner.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Bayne was
another college girl spending
Thanksgiving at home, being with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Bayne. She will return to Cor
Judge and Mrs. Henry J. Bean
entertained with a Thanksgiving
day dinner, bidding as guests Mr.
and Mrs. Frank W. Spencer and
Harold Larsen of McMinnrille
"Chu Chin Chow," at the
Ileitis theater the last of the week
lured many Salemites Portland'
ward. Among local folk who
motored to Portland to attend the
Thanksgiving day performance
were: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Everett Ander
son. Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Rlggs, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton L. Meyers, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Denton. Mr. and
Mrs. Will H. Bennett. Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Gillingham. Mrs.
Margaret Lovelace. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Laflar. C. B. Clancey, Dr.
and Mrs. O. A. Olson. Mr. and
Mrs. U. Scott Page. Mr. and Mrs
Elmer Daue. Mr. and Mrs. It- D
Gilbert. Otto Hartman. Miss Gert
.rude Hartmanand R. W. Hartman.
A great many more went down
for Friday's and Saturday's show.
Mrs. Charles E. Bates had as
her guest this week her sister
Miss Margaret Graham of Portland.
Judge and Mrs. George G. Bing
ham spent Thanksgiving In Wood
burn with Mr. and Mrs. Keith
Walker Powell. They returned
home last night.
Mr: and Mrs. R. P. Boise were
joined in celebrating Thanksgiv
ing by Mrs. Frank E. Snedecor,
and their son Breyman Boise, who
was home from the Oregon Agri
cultural College, bringing with
him as his guest Gordon Tebb, a
Mrs. George F. Rodger and
Miss Margaret Rodgers enter
tained as their Thanksgiving day
guests Mr. Rodgers' brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. 11.
Fiizgibbon. their daughter Miss
Evelyn Fitzgibbon of the Univer
sity of Oregon, and son t Harold
Fitzgibbon a graduate of the same
institution, later a student at
Rush Medical college, who is here
Another sister of Mr. Rodgers.
Mrs. Frank Brown who has spent
the past fifteen years in Dawson.
Alaska, also came up to join the
group and will remain over for
Mrs. Clifford W. Brown and the
children are expected home from
Portland tonight, where they went
last week to be with Mrs. Brown's
mother. Mrs. W. W. Bretherton.
Mrs. William II. Burghardt. Jr.,
entertained as her dinner guests
Sunday Miss Mabel Withyeombe
of Portland, and Miss Elizabeth
Lord. Miss Withyeombe was re
turning from Eugene, where she
accompanied Mrs. George Ger
linger of Portland, and stopped
off briefly to be the guest of Miss
Judge and Mrs. George II.
Burnett were Joined over Thanks
giving by a number of out-of-town
folk: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bick
ford and daughter Miriam. Mr.
and Mrs. Will Ortusby and
daughter Dorothy of Portland;
Judge and Mrs. II. II. Belt and
children Myra and Gecritw cf
Dallas, and by Mm. S. C Hurlat.
Mrs. Kenneth Hall entertained
as her Thanksgiving day and
week-end guests her mother-in-law
Mrs. Robert Hall of Portland.
and her sister -Miss Alice Tomp
kins of Hood River.
Friends here of Mrs. George
Dickman (Claribel Seety). were
grieved to learn of her death In
Protland. Saturday. November SO.
Her home was In New York City,
but during her three months Ill
ness she had been with her
mother Mrs. S. Seely of Portland.
Mrs. Dickman was a niece of Mrs.
Charles F. Elgin.
Miss Tora Mortenson Is spend
ing the week-end with her mother
Mrs. Florence D. Mortenson in
Beginning what may develop In
to an annual custom will be- the
dinner next Tuesday night at the
home of Judge and Mrs. George
II. Burnett which will be given by
the Past Matrons of the Order of
the Eastern Star for the pleasure
of their husbands. Covers wiU be
laid for about forty.
- Prof, and Mrs. W. I. Staley and
Mr. and Mrs. William Fleming
went to Portland yesterday to at
tend the last performance of "Chu
Mr and Mrs. D. J. Fry were
other Salem folk who witnessed
the Saturday night performance
of -Chu Chin Chow- at the
Mrs. Frank A. Elliott enter
tained as her house guests this
week Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Hill
of La Grande, and son Thomas,
a student at the University of
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Fullerton
vere dinner hosts Thanksgiving
day. laying covers for ten around
a table attractively ornamented
with large yellow ehrysanthe-
Later In the evening ad- came up to spend Thaaksglvln
with Dr. and Mrs. smun. wuo -so
entertained over the date Dr
and Mrs. F E. Smith and their
children Virginia and Robert
Portland, aad another son. Ken
neth Smith, a University of Ore
d'tlonal guests came la for a bit
of dancing, the entire groap
rounding out the day with a party
at Dreamland auditorium.
Prof, and Mrs. E. C. .Richards
and Miss Frances Rieba'rds were
ia Portland yesterday to see Chu
Mr. and Mm. Frederick D
Thielsen and tbelr children wer
othrs who went to Portland t
see th's week out.
Mr. and Mrs. C 11. Webb pent
Thankx!v;ag day in Portland
and remained to "Chou thin
Chow" Friday nlghL
lr. and Mrs. J. .V. Multh ar
entertaining a their ek-n
ruets. Ir. J. C. Hffiiih of Grants
Paita and bi daughter. Miss Jo
sephine Smith who is a student
at Kt. Helen's hall. Portland The
Miss Leila D. Moore of St
Thomas. Canada, arrived In Sa
lem daring the raid-week and wlJ
remain until after the holiday
as the house guest of Mrs. John
A. . Carson. Miss Moore has visit
ed la Salem before aad has man
friends to welcome her,.
Joseph TeeL a student la th
eleetrleal engineers department o
O. A. C. Corvallls. Is spending th
Thanksgiving vacation at th
home of bis parents. Mr. and Mrs-
B. J. Teel. north of Salem.
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Special on Foxes and
We are m&kins: a special sho-vriri? of beaut if nl foxts
and chokers this week. Sc our display. Nothing
makes a finer or more acceptable gift.
Capes, Scarfs etc for Xmas
Our Christmas Furs are wonderful ! No finer can be
bought. Select your Christmas gift from these lota.
They are going at reasonable prices.
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529 Court Street
Opposite Court House
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In keeping with the general lowering of
market prices, we are now offering the
most well known makes of hosiery at the
new prices. Our line of hose is very complete.
98c to $5.00
We carr extensive lines of silk hose in shades of black, white, brown
grey, etc... They are fashioned with clocks, plain or in open lace style.'
Some are with all silk tops, others are finished with lisle tops.
price f rom
25c to 75c
The wearing qualities of these li5.e hose are unsurpassed. They come in
black, white, brown and grey and are splendidly made in every respect.
$1.48 to $3.50
We are showing in these cashmere hose all the new popular heather shades
in plain and Kichelieu ribbed styles. They come in plain colors and in
LESS 33 V3 cent
'Many Salem people can now trace their bank account to the
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