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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. KtfCOtt
SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER li20
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:: SOCIETY NEWS OF THE WEEK ::
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U( o: tfe par-
soaad vtia a
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u W. Melvin Plimp-
,'nd their children. Janet and
rfa went to Portland) the
rfaf the to spend Christ
i iith Mr. and Mrs. II. G.
Vrrt Accompanying them home
IS will he Betty Abott, a young
ln 0( the! Plimptons children.
Swill remain over New Year's.
James II. Nicholson enters
J. li. Erickson and sister
during his visit as the guest oftthe latter "entertaining with a
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nelson. Tie ! Christmas reunion dinner last
as on his way to I-os Angeles. , night
wnere ne is to spend the holidays, t"
Previous to his coming to the I , " . ,
coast last fall, it was Dr StA uln:"'nr&.l ThWfa, ,anJ
John's specialty to collect botan- Vtu .I?1. entertained
ical specimens in out-of-the-way 17n '?:"""mf
Some Of his trin taking c " 1 aiiiiiS m
i . .. u ..... "
and Mrs. Frederick Thielsen, Mr.
him as far north as Labrador.
Tailsei until Saturday morning
.... rtMr accompanied Mr. and
jcicnolsbn and their young
Z, Jimmy .to! Portland, where
In family reunion with
ir xicnolson' family.; according
m ti annual cnstom. .
1 ' '. r 1
"of the wedding of Tom
rtiaett and Miss Velma Ross,
of Marshfield. which reached
the last of the week came
w 4 phasing announcement. The
srwnony took1 place very quietly
g the Episcopal church in Marsh
8ld Thursday morning.l Mf. and
In. Bennett leaving immediately
or Seattle., where they are to re
gain on a week's honeymoon, af
ttt Dicu they will return to their
iome city to take up their rtesi-
dnce. ' , .-'!'.':
Both young folk are very
prominent and have a wide ac-
,m stance. tnrougnoui me naie.
yr. Besnetl is the son of the late
Jir. and Mrs. Joseph Bennett, '
imoog the. early residents i of ,
JirstiHeld. He is a graduate; of
Siinforduniverslty. and la Sigma
01 bud. He has frequently been
taterlained . by Mac-- Hofer and
Uarence Hofer in Salem. " both
btiDf fraternity brothers,,! the for
r a classmate at Stanford. Mr.
Bennett Is an attorney in Marsh-
ZtlA, and has been chosen to rep-.
.1 fM TJ It" rr, I 1
d ! nrPr.ndnl0,lAd stron' JuliU8 Thielsen and
ana Clarence Bishop of 1 "ortland t .u. pksiJ-.
arrived Friday night to spend the the ThieUen children.
ith their par
. j .. her Quests tnisi week her
".w-i H. Erickson and sister
SJI Cro.,ui noliday week-end witfc
u4. rr:tjr.r;"rr:: ents- Mr- an.Mmc. p. Bishop.
ttre young sons, of Chauncey Bish-
oo. Kobart and Charles Kay
Bishop also joining the grouo for
the. holiday festivities.
Miss Florence McGregor of
San Francisco arrived Friday toj.
De entertained for a month as the
house guest of her sister Mrs.
Bliss Darby. , - .
. Mr. and Mrs.,F. A. Elliott are
enjoying a visit from their son
Jack Elliott, who is here for the
holidays. T . - ,
Mrs. Ross Miles and Miss Lyra
Miles will entertain with 'a Ken
sington, next -Vednesday- evening
at the B. C. Miles residence, in
viting about -20 friends in for the
evening. - ,
Mrs. Joycen. Hayes of Hermis
ton arrired Thursday night to
Judge and Mrs. George H. Bur
nett went to Portland the last of
the week to spend Christmas and
Sunday with their niece Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Murray of
Portland arrived Friday night to
remain until this evening as the
guesta of Mr. and Mfs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cooke Patton
entertained as their Christmas day
guests Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Guiss
and their children of Woodburn,
and also Mrs. Patton's sister Mrs
A. W. Regner or Portland, who
has been here on an extended
visit but who is leaving the first
of the year for her new home
in Cleveland, Ohio, where she will
join her husband. - 1
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Albert
came up from Portland Friday to
spend the holidays with her sister M,end Christmas eve with Mrs
Mrs. uavm right. Their mother . Albert's mother. Mrs. E. Hurst,
Mrs. Eloise Roderick, who is head
of the commercial department of
the Astoria high school, came up
Friday to be here until after the
holidays. 4! . "
Mr. aiMl Mrs. George F. Wood
ford of Portland are here to re-
By Elizabeth F.. Sherwood
()h, why did earth slumber on that holy night.
When. angt.ls kept watch from their mansions of light.
And the ear of all nature seemed waiting alone.
To hear the first gloryong burst from the throne.
Was the heart of humanity weary or worn,
That it failed to keep watch, when Messiah was born
Oh. songs in the midnight on Bethlehem's' plain.
Qome back, happy angels, and sing them again. '
Yes, sing them again, for the earth's waiting now
With heait all a-sob. and with fever-racked brow.
But sing net alone of his advent and birth;
Sing, sing of a Savior, who once walked this earth;
Who was tempted and suffered in all points as we.
Who lifted a world, when He died on the tree;
Yes. sing of a prince, whose dominion is peace.
And has milled that all wars and oppressions shall cease.
Oh. angels of midnight on Bethlehem's plain.
Sing on till all nations shall catch the refrain.
1-KVV. u, trga-ir.atron..
low. The committee for the eve- following cluh meiaber and their li m R. S.
nine will Ik Mrs. A. . Mickel.' irini: ' IVI S:-m
'Mrs. J. O. Nadon. Mrs. J-u ph Mr. and Mr. Percy Captor thi et
lhold. MUs Helen Savage aud and children. Mary and H.llie: ; Month i&ar i:rnf Irvta
S MIm Gertrude itartman. -i.r. and Mr. Mrk MK'allUter I dhH Uiit a'te
C- 'jcd cl.ildren. IKriv Alaa aad ' ihe umar. Mr. Lvy ti.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. McAllii- .arjori; Mr. and Mrs. Mark over tfce Car ad Ian rwt lhr
iter left for Portland Friday plan-i 1tjth.way and dar-hur. Jaaet; I th Itorky mountains, which -
ning to remain over the week-end ' Mr. had Mrs. Wilbur Vekt aad mcrtd taTioni for thir baat
j with relatives. children. Mildred and Wayne; ad rtcprd for wn ti'
. ,Uv. and Mr. II. X. Aldnch aad t XUcara Falls, ote ( tae fcevea v
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Farmer . I'aughter. Mimi Gertrude; Mr. and wonder la New York city h
are other Salem folk who are Mr.. I- Ke-d Chamber aad. eateriaiaed by relative aad
; spending the week-end In Port-, small son: Mr. and Mr. Ted i nnv points of latere: were v!-
Chaaiber and mi ItongUt; Mr. ! tied.
and Mrs- Kobert Shina and oa. t T1e ocen voyage lae
Iubby; Mr. and Mr. K. M. Rwtif- lainer Itiperator. aet
on and children. Mr. Inna Cum-' i:-t Included xeroa of aatlonil
miass and children. Truman. La- literary and operatic repate.
cille and Carrol; Mr. and Mr, j Sonthamp'on tu the'port of ar-
wiliiani Anueraon. nr. ana tr. rnai in t-urore ana irem tnvrv
Fred Ewing and oa. Robert; Mr.- Ir Journeyed to lyndoa.
Mr. May Salmon and children. ! Iiarklsahatu palace. Cryvtal pal
Franc! and Rnth; Mr. and Mr. ! ace. Westmiatter Abbey. Ma
Koy Hollenberg and tro, Arthur: dame Tnands tower of London.
Mr. Llndgren and children, of; etc.. were the principal place
Koeburg: Mr. and Mr. Ralph I virited. beide other of minor
.. .. . , . . . I V . I, -
ixeuoga. Mr. ion Mr, nan u i irarornorr.
. ' . . I . ... M . .
prr ana rnwarra. jiia mua r.irm-
nor; Mr. and Mr. Win'stoa Wal-fi
ton. Mr. and Mm. Jck Eakln.
Mr. and Mr Krneat Woods. Mr.1
and Mrs. Walter Bachaer aad j
daughter. torothy and Rath:
Mr. and Mr. C. C. Clark and
rtRt Coos county in the
Ills, bride is a former student
tl the University of Oregon and
I PJ Beta Phi girl, j She was
wry popular during her years on
ta campus, and. is a charming
girl, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Darid Roks of Marshtield.; i
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett will he,
foti cordially received when
tsey come, to Salem during the
lp;isutore in January.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Harritt
prlTd from Eugene - Saturday
corsiag to spend the ! week-end
ith the former's parents.! Mr. and
In. J. Harritt. The latter
v-r , also . joined over the date
tr Mrs. Myrtle Lawrence.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Miles Wt
TSarsday evening for Portland
a remain until Tuesday as the
r3 of their daughter, Mrs.
A notable visitor In Salem dur
and sister Miss Carolyn Hurst.
They returned to their home on
Christmas day. ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Wood" and
their daughter Miss Helen Wood
of Portland spent Christmas day
with Mr, and . Mrs. H.' S. Polsal,
Mrs: WoodtorS's sisterT Mrs.X". entertained with a Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. Moore are also
. ..v.. s I- 1 TWM
vnuiti rnlvn n1 J. K""' Jl I . lira MiumaJ,
zel Fulkerfln, of O. A. C
y'iourr- of the Washington. State
'i ftaVli Pullman. Wash., formerly
u's'.aed with the department oi
otasy,, o Hanrard ; unLTersity. ...
Dr. ?t. John was entertained
- Mrs. Lorena Wlse,Is a week-end
vislfor in Portland, being enter
tained bv her son Loren Wise.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shisler and
their small daughter Barbara ar
rived Friday . to spend the . holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. George
G. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Miles enter-
tained as, their Christmas guests
a number of out-of-town folk in
cluding Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell
and their sons, Joe. Burton and
Hugh. of-Rkkreal: Mr.-and Mrs.
Charles Hay of Portland; and
Professor Lyra Miles and Miss
Eva Miles., who are home from
Newberg for the holidays. Christ
inas eve the Miles family was
joined by Mrsw B. E; Carrier and
her house guest Mr. and Mrs.
Tuesday afternoon, the guests,
who numbered, about 20, being
for the most part schoolday com
panions' .of the honor guest when
she was a student at Willamette,
teing a graduate hi the class of
A simple, effective decorative
scheme was perfected with Christ
mas greenery and emblems. Miss
Oda Chapmanpresided. at the tea
New York City. Baltimore and
Boston, visiting relative and
friends In various other places as
well. They plan to return in the
spring by .way of California.
During their abwnce their res
idence will be occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. Homer McDonald, and their
small daughter, who have recent
ly come here from Spokane. Mr.
anoiaoie ViSiwr in aaiem aar-i j n SmulHn of Hood River,
fer. Hie past week was Dr; Harold f- jt
St. John. . assistant professor or
Mr. and Mrs. O: E. Krauss3
came un from Portland Friday- to
spend Christmas and the week-
dinner, additional . guests being
Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw, 'Miss
Catherine Giles and her bouse
New Zealand, and Ray Siberous
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Fleming of
rartiland. arrivel Friday to. be
with Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Shipfey
over the Christmas week-end!
. . m
Mr. and. Mrs. E. J.' Huffman
leave today for Newport where
they will spend a week, as the
guests of friends. i
Miss Miriam Shepherd of Port
land will arrive tomorrow to be
entertained as the holiday house
guest of Mis Henrietta White,
at the home of her parents Adju
tant General and Mrs. George, A.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roberts
and their daughters Mildred and
Helen., motored . to Portland Sat
urday to spend Christmas day
with Mr. Roberts' mother, Mrs.
Mrs Alta Altman Martin, , who
la visiting here from Los Angeles
was the inspiration for the small.
Mcuonaia lining me position oi
urn. Mrs. Martin, who has been 1 .
spending a month with her par
ents Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Altman,
will return to her home "New
ear's day. " . ;
spena vnrisima ana me ( - "
end with Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph H. Informal tea which, MIss Helen
Albert and Mrs. J. C. Griffith, and Miss Dorothy Pearce gave
Mr. and Mrs.'J. E. Law have
been joined over the Christinas
week-end by Mrs. Law's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beveridge of
A. large coterie of friends here
will be interested to learn of the
New, Year's plans of Miss Lucille
Saunders, for the past year Iden
tified in a . repertorinl capacity
with the Portland Oregoaian and
formerly a member ot, the edi
torial statf or .The Statesman.
Miss Saunders expeets to sail on
January 2 from San Francisco to
South America where, she has a
position on. a leading- English
newspaper. Miss Saunders' ac
tivities will not, however, be con
fined. to newspaper work, hut she
vill represent several United
States trade journal and other
publications as well.'
Adjutant General and Mrs. G.
A. White will attend a large mil
itary dance in Portland tomorrow
uifiiu, iuc iuir iuiiuiu iu 1 ll-
spection. Mrs. White to be the
guf st while there . ot Mrs. Fred
.Mr.1 and Mrs. Harry Hawkins
are spending th- week-end in Al
bany with the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hawkins. Dur
ing the week Mr. and Mrs. Haw
kins entertained as their guests
I Mr. and Mr. Walter Kirk left
Saturday morning for Brownsville
to spend the week-end with the
tatter's parents. Mr. and Mr. J.
B.. Howe. They were accompanied
by . Mrs. Kirk's, sister MU Flor
ence Howe, a student at Willam
Mr. and Mr. Clifford Spanlding
and their small daughter of New
berg are week-end visitor at the
Charles K. Fpaulding residence.
Mr. and Mr. Roy Mills and
their small daughters. Roberta
and Ha will go to Sprint brook to
day to spend the day with Mr.
Mills' parents. Mr. and Mr. A. It.
Mr. and .Mr, n. X. Savage of
Tillamook are gnestts today of the
former's sister. Mr. William Mc-
Gilchrist Jr. They are utopplag
off on their way from Portland
where they passed a fortnight and
will leave the first of the week
for their bora.
Mr. and'Mra. J. E. Flanders of
Portland are here for the week
end, being entertained . a the
guest of Dr. and Sir. I F. Grif
fith. Mr. and Mr. William H. Rarg
hardt Jr. celebrated Christmas
'day, according to their annual
wttn Mrs. uargnarai a
Two brother whom she had
ot eea in rrs greeted her
ia Antwerp. IVlriam. Hrnl
aad the prtnrir! ril of this
country were iacladed La tho
tnr; considerable time wa rpeat
la Belgian!, the roan try of wcti
daughter. Ola. and son Raymond; ttrmeeome scene dariag the war.
Mrs. L. K. Page. Mr. aad Mrs. C
X. Laagbrige and daurhter Kath
erine. Rev. and Mr. James El
Yin and children. Julia and
Thomas; Mr. aad Mr. Trank
Ward and . daughter. Frances;
Hollznd was of special Interest
t." Mr. Levy becauie that coun
try holds th honor of her ea
ttvitjr. Franco aad the battle
field were places arousing great
anticipation to the trateler.. Yer-
Mrs. Hawkins parents. Mr. and
Mrs. G-Hr;tv Tavlor of - Albany. I ruitom
who went on to Portland, where! family In Oregon City, the reuaioa
they were, to spend Christmas I taking place at the residence of
with Mr. and Mrs. Robert MeMnr- Mr. and Mr. Harry E. Draper.
ray. Mr. and Mr. Burghardt re-
- r- - mained over to aee the week out.
Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Walker and
their daughter. Mix Phyllis Mr. and Mr. Charle S. Weller
Walker, are spending tb week- are. spending tha week-end with
end with Mrand Mrs. R. II. Johu- relatives in Portland,
son In Portland. ,
i The December Shriner danc
' Mrs. Grace Stevens of Portland i that was to nava been held on
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Strirktla. Mr. , sail'.c n oae of the mot lm
ana irs. :tone. r. ana Mr, joe ! peivciy oeaauiBi pure ra an.
McAllister. Mr. and Mrs. Amort.
Mrs, Marie Wilcox. Mr. aad Mrs.
Lee Miller. Mr. and Mr. Carle
Abrani and children. Bobby and
Bettj; Mr. Bertha Dune a Ba
ker and on. Dick and Billy of
! Moines, Iowa; Mr. and Mr.
C. f. Lewi and children. Claudia,
Ronello. Paul and Joy; Mr. and
Mr. Datid Wright and daugh
ters. KloKe and F.leancr. and th
MUses Olga Kirk wood. Alice
Forben. Nell Sykes. Margaret
Hodge. Florence Cauthom. Dor
othy Chamber. Edith Benedict.
Rachel Chamber. Dorothea ft-
U.ff, Francelle IIaW-y. Ylviaa
Hargrove. Rnth RalifMia. Xaaa
Putnam. Edna Mts aad Mmn.
1 yle Wilrot. Arthur Wllcot.
Harry Pearcy. Fred KUus. David
Uodgerv. Joe Chamber. ILe-cter
I'ear mine. Arthr Cum an in gS-
the toor ArmUtice day la Pari
was a thrilling experience; the
releVaCloa according to " Frrnc h
styh and cattora wa demon(ra
tiv aad effretlve.
The retnra roale wa vl Ant
werp aad New York city ta A th
in.' Ga.. where another brother
mid and la which place the
Levy maul their homo be tor
romlas vrL Thi "wl!t -was
rratly eajnvrd hy the ma v
oelt at'cnlirn fwU hy e44
aelghbor and frld. Mrs.
Ijrvy ewjoyed the trip very teti.
hnt U rl4 to ha at fcotn araja.
5b a are her friend tnreii
no rtirer lova la all the worlt
than fialera. Oregoa.
Mils EBraherh Ierr. promlnen:
Oregon vtoltaftt. who ' stadied
brosul with Caesar TJiomp of
lae Koyl CoaserratAry of tr
seis. I expected home atoat tt
r- - - . i t - a & . ,
. ... , . . . i iubcibc lmi-.n'-a ufl eaia c
i .,t.i .,,,. ir u-n t... w.n nn.inDNt ntil Sat- Tn' eommlttee la charge of the .Buddie of Jaftrjary
" - r , .rf air tu Mr i
We- Willi BfegihiOJUrr
HAS SOMETOIKQ J5PJ1CIAU,TD)EEER;
The1 opporttuutr; you haye aU;been;WaUkms. iorta
reap savings olfeconomic worth on desirable de?
pendahle, seasonable merchandise which you can
use for months to come will be presented to you
here tomorrow. We are going to crowd this store
with satisfied customers during this YEAR END
Frederick S. Stewart. urday night In the same place.
Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith Jr.. ' Dr. and Mr. R. E. Lee Steiner
i-an n ti.trll-in.l l'rHn tn lie IU..I VrlAw 1V Mr nd
with relatives over the week-end. 1 Mrs. W. C Kerron.oC Portland.; vr.snt and Mis Nell Fyke.
Mr. Smith' mother Mrs. M. A- who came up for the week-end. .
Coff precetllng them earlier In i - v I Arriving from Portland Friday
the weet. Miss Lena. Christenson. a Delta to t tne holiday gaest at the
Delta Delta sorority sister of Mi' home of Mr. A. A. Ie wa her
anJ Mr. Virk t
McCa!l'.ter. Mr. and Mr. Ted J Oa of the vry rettle( thiags
Chamber. Mr. aad Mrs. Ralph recorded-osr Chrlttmaa diy w '
Kellogg Mr. aad Mr. David the slnglsr of beaanfai olda
time earois la the momln-c .r a
We earnestly invite you to come.
and get your share of the re
markable values offered. .
.... ..-x :.-;. A - -. -
466 State Street
Now that the chef of the Mar
ion hotel is serving Mistlapd !
prunes in various ways, and since
an entire menu of prune wa
served at the. Wednesday noon
luncheon at the hotel, the women
of Salem are beginning to realise
that at our very doors we have
the ingredients in nrunes that
will make the most delicious
One quality that has been over
looked in the, prune is the fact
that it has a certain tart-sweet-rcss
that adds flavor to any food
in , which the prune Is used. In
many of the New Yora city res
taurants, since Oregon prunes are
now being advertised under the
name of Mistland. special com
binations are being made of
prunes and called to the atten
tion of patrons.
To the average housekeeper the
idea of a prune soup has not en
tered into the daily menu. Yet
a most palatable iirune puree has
been recommended by Frank Tan-
aka. chef of the Marion hotel.
made from Mistland prunes, as
Place 1 pound prunes. 1 stick
cinnamon and lemon rind from
lemons in boiling . water: let
stand over night. Boil until
thoroughly cooked the next mor
ning. Strain and mix with soup
stock to cream- Make butter and
flour mixture and add to soup in
small quantities 1 rup of cream,
stirring meanwhile. To season,
add desired amount of salt and
The luncheon was given in con
nection with the quarterly meet
ing of directors and officials of
-the Oregon Growers! Co-opera
tive afsociation. The menu was
as yol!owj: f uree. of Miatland
prunes: crisp celery: ripe olives:
sugar cured ham. Mistland prune.
Dr. and Mrs. C A. Downs ar.Haiel McGilcbrtst ot o. a. ... is
other Salem folk who spent ! a house guest at the William Me
ChristmaA with relatives in Port-! Gilchrist Sr., reldeace oer the
land. Mrs. Iouela Stowe accom-'. fortnight's holiday,
panled them. f
ur. ana ir. . v. anion nin .laM. . a.,m
The dancing contingent la eag-! have a their holiday guest the v.,rt
fonday former's mother. Mr. M C. wUa,Be ni.
! eri looking forward to Monds
night, for that Is tb? date set smith of Albany. They were also
aside by the Sslem O. A. C. clnbj0incd f9T ChrUtmas day by Mr.
for Its Informal party at Dream- and Mrs. Harold Loooey of Jet
land auditorium. No invitatlcna fersoa.
have been issued for the affair.
everyone who wishes to be cor-i
dially welcomed to join the mer
rymaker. The patrons and patronese
will be Governor and Mrs. Ben W.
Oleott. Mayor and Mrs. Otto J.
Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. John Eakin.
formerly O. A. C. ud?nt. who
have recently tome to Salem from
Dallas to reside.
The committee in charg? of ar
rangements is composed of Ar
thur Roebraugh. chairman. Miss
Mary Elizabeth Bayne, Miss
Maude McCoy. Glenn Gregg and
MIfs Gladys Cartwrlght, who Is
an instructor In the school of
Boise. Idaho, arrived during the
tnid-week to spend the holidays
with her parents Dr. and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.. T.C. James and
dau. filter Miss Joanna James
were mot welcome holiday visi
tors arriving this wee?? from
Kainier. Or. They will stay until
. - v - . . . . . a 1 .
.New i ears wun .Mr. ami n.
James' daughter. Mrs. Roy Rice.
A Christmas reunion dinner nas
marked their arrival, covers be
ing laid for 20.
Mr. and Mrs David Storey cel
ebrated their 39th wedding anni
versary in Oregon City, this week,
with Mr. Storey's siMer, who
nuptials took place jointly 39
Mr. and Mrs. J." I. C. Connor
of Seattle came np Thursday to
Send Christmas with their
daughter Mrs. Roy Goodwin.
Mr. and Mr. Al Patrick and
For the. pleasure ot her daugh
ter. Miss Paulino Knowland trad a
coterie of her friends. Mrs
mother. Mr. N. J. Atwood. aad
her brother-in-law and slater. Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. McPbersoa and
their two children Eloise aad
Another sister of Mrs. Lee. Mrs
Mrs. John II. Scott was a mid
week visitor la Portland, foing
Mrs. C. A. Jordan (Ml Eve
lyn Relgelmaa) left Thursday for
Chafle E. Knowland entertained ber home la Pendleton, after
with a prettily appointed dinner syeaaiaa. ionoioi ia carrm.
Monday night. A scarlet poiaset- " be gaen of her mother. Mr
ta made a colorful cnterp!ece for J- G. Reig-lman Mra. Rejge'.maa
the table, hud additional details
also bore out the color scheme.
Following the dinner the group
enjoyed the entertainment fnra
Uhed at the armory by the Boy
Scouts. Those participating were:
Pauline Knowland. Lucille Petty
john. . Genevieve Barbour. Clara
Howard. Lucille Jarman and ErleJ
Mr. and Mrs. Charle E. Know-
land and their daughter. Pauline,
went io Aioanj m l" TvB.. . ui.,t4 .
week to .oend Chritma with Mr.l T"""4':. lcdSlf' A ZZti
' a rm n n w a-ae linn a n n an n in a: u
SM IHMI awaBaai m w--
accompanied Mrs. Jordaa to
Portland, where sh will to ea
tertaiaed until this evealng as the
guest of her sister. Mrs. Edward
Relchard. who hat also a her
guet Mr. Josephine McDowell,
Mr. nd Mr. II. gaook are en
tertaining with a large holiday
house party, the former coming
up from Eagene to spend tha per
lod with hi family.
Guest who began arriving
sauce; Mistland .prune sweet po- daUfthtr. Mists Mabel Patricic,
tato. southern-st vie: Mistland tea went to Newberg to pend Christ-
biscuit; Mistland prune salad, iro- i ma with Mr. Patrick's mother j
perial; Mistland "mince meat pas-'iat the home of his brother-in-law j
try pie; coffee. and sister, Mr. and -Mrs. jospn
The following Item taken Trom
lh Santa Rok.i RenuhliVv.n nf n-
cember 18 will h f nte.if l.ro ! land were supper hosts following
where the. Houston s formerly re- the Tillicum club's dance. Tues
slded. and where" they were ex-'day evening, when they arranged
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Houston
are. planning . to - entertain mem
bers of their family over the holi
days. Eugene. Houston, wjio has
been ill in a hospital in Salt Lake
City for several weeks, starts tor
Santa Rosa today arid will arrive
In time for Christmas. Mr. Hous
ton, who Is traveling in the east,
was taken ill on the train with
a severe cold, and later an opera
tion on his ear was necessary
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Boags and
little daughter, Florence Marian.
of Sacramento will arrive. The
granddaughter is the delight of
the household and there will be
Christmas festivities for her.
Mrs. William P. Lord and Miss
Elizabeth Lord are leaving Tues
day, for a four months' pleasure
trip that will take them through
the east. southeast and southwest.
They will go by way of.Pojtland.
thejr 1 principal objective being
and Mr. Fred Ward.
Fred E. Mangls is spending the
week-end with friend in Portland;
going down' Friday afternoon.
Past Worthy Matron of the Or
der of the Eastern Star will enter
tain with their annual ChrUtmas
party next Taenday night at the
residence of Mrs. Ida rabcock.
when a tree with gifts for each
wilt be the principal feature. The
regular businet. session will be
held also, aid a supper served.
Hostettfe for the occasion will
tw Urt Ida M. Babe or k. Mr. Da
vid Wright. Mrs. Estelta Smith.
Mr. William Brunk and sir.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hodce en
tertained as their Christmas
gueats Mr. and Mrt. O. A. Kramer
and their daughter of Indepen
The Salem O. A. C. clnh held
one of Its most ureful rar-
(tie dnaiay evenins -
tujmmerciai ciun rou.p wh-i-
entertained it members ana
their families and friend with
a o'clock dinner nd a Christ
mas tree. During the dinner col
lege soncs were quite the order
of the evening, and at the close
or the menu Santa Claus appeared
bearing a gift for everyone. Tnese
gift were the source of mich
During the evening the follow
ing numbers were given and were
ii- v .4 t-rt ir and Mm Partilv received:
v vnnVptnn. Mr and Mrs. Lee J Vocal solo France Ward
Caniield. Mr. and Mrs
et Gror-; Mr. and Mr. J. r.
Traver. and famllr of Newberg:
Mr. a.nd Mr. I- N- Traver, of
CorvalU: and Mr. and Mr. Dan
Fisher of Eugene.
Pome of the visitors wi!l re
turn to their home early la the
wek. too other to remain until
after New Year.
Miss Lulu Ifelst and Mrt. Laura
llaist arrived from Everett. Wab.,
Wednesday evening, aad will re
main until after the holiday with
relatives here. The former I aa
Instructor in the high school of
Mr. O. L. s oit aad oa Roell
i left Friday momlag for Tacoraa.
where they will apead a week as
Mr. and Mrs. CharlesE. Know-
covers for fourteen.
Attractive decorations sugges
tive of Christmas appeared na the
table, which was centered vlth a
miniature Christmas tree and
poinsettas. and ajso displayed can
dles and additional emblems of
Covers were laid for Mr. and
Daue. Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Olson.
j Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis and the
On Monday. December 27. the
Daughters of Isabella will have an
informal social entertainment in
the K. of C. hall to which all the
ladies of St. -Joseph' parish are
Invited. A special invitation is
extended to tha new comers of the
parh. Rev. J. R. Buck will de
liver a Very interesting leetnre.
after which a social hoar will fol-
Dance Jeaaetie syae
Reading ...Mr. Dora Cummings
Vocal solo Mr. Percy Cupper
Reading Mrs. C. I. Lewis
..Mrs. LaMoine Clark
Percy Curper then gave a Yule-
tide talk In which he brbught out
tbe Christmas spirit very pleas
The Statesman campaign tor
the relief for the unfortunate
ramllie ot the city was explained
and met with a most generous re
sponse. Plates' were Laid for tha
the guest or Mr. C II. Casement.
They mill be joined over tha week
end by Dr. Scott, who went to
Taroma Satarday. ,
Miss Helen Webher arrived the
first of tb week from Mt. Anget.
where she Is a student at the
academy, and I being entertataed
as a holiday guest of Mrs. Theo
dore M. Barr.
Mr. and Mr. Theodore Roth
entertained a their guet on
Christmas Hav. the latter !ster
Mrs. E. F. Eller aad son Lloyd of
Seattle, who will remain over
for a fortnight, and Mr. aad Mr.
Claude Hill and son Billy of Port
land, who will retnra to their
: home tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Evan of
South Cottage street are eater
talnirrg Mr. and Mr. G. R. Taylor
of Portland daring the holidays.
Mf. nd Mr. Taylor were former
residents of Salem.
" Mr nd Mrs. Mervl Smith of
j Mill City spent Christma at tae
home of r--mtin hioiopt-.
Mra. Blanehe Jones.-t fOC South
Mise Gertrude and Margaret
Gray of Portland are holiday
house guet of Mr. and Mra.
group of youag wlrl and torv
representing the Fpwonh learoe
and rhe Queen Esther orWy eJ
the Flrt Mthodtt church.
Oa th clear, early morning a!r
yoathful voire rang not ia tk
age-old sneage of good-wpj .
told la,Holy Nitht, nUrk tha
Herald Afigtl Sar." -O. Litt!
Town of Bethlehem. aad "Joy ta
the World. the caroler form's g
a group beaeath window at th
residence of 1:e. and Mr. BUlce
E. KlrkpatrUk. the Old People'i
home, the poor far. Mr. It. K
Carrier'. Floreaca Young'. Hel
ea Ehmer. and the Deaconess
Thoea cotitrlhutiag Curistuaa v
cheer rn thl rharmlag way were
Faye Snaildlag. Rath Wechter.
Iouie Fiadley. Neva Millard.
Lola MUlard. Mildred Ha a sea.
Eatoia Aafraece. Iorls Neptaa.
Mar Jo He Blake. Merwia Ktolt
helee. Ihrltit Fledley. Ferry
Hammond, l-aee Spaaldiag. Oem
le Hunt. Fred BUke aad P;
A pretty weddlag took place ta
Christmas day at high aood when
Miss Knsella I'owell became the
Ulde ot Ieroy ftlllhtHt. TJ;a
event took pure at the home of
Mr." and Urs.: L 3. Cart Is, oa '
South Commercial street. Rev.
MilUken officiating.. The ertd
ill be remembered a havlni;
teen a graduate of the Hi; flasi
from the Salem hopltaI.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlthgttt will to
at .home ia -Callforala after
March 1. 19:1.- The guests pre
rxt were De Witt Powell aad MU
IVIma Powell, brother aad Sis
ter of the bride; Mr. I O. CuJr
ti. Mr. Ada - GIMer aed MUs
Mr. and Mr. F. W. Wend'anJ
and family of the Turner road
will h dinner guet today t
tha houie 0r Mr. aad Mrs. David
Dunne, oa Garden road.
Mr. and Mra. J. II. MUU wera
jotaed the Uat of tho week by
their son and diurMer-tn-1 w. Jlr.
aad Mr. WId II. Mill aad t4r
yoaag son Waldo Jr of Hood
River, and Mr." aad Mr. Harry
Qnlaa Mill, of Portland, aad tha
latter' holiday boas aeta. Dr."
Charles Lamb aad Mlsa EI tea
MansHeld of Deaver. Colo. - -Marking
the stay ot the visitors
wa the largo Christma dl&oer
which Mr. and Mr. J. A. Baker
gave lt night, mhea cover wera
laid for If. iacladlag bide tbo
out-of-tova people, aad Mr. and
Mra. Mill. Mr. and Mr. E. T.
Barnes, Ml Ruth Raroe. Ralph
Barae. Mrs. F. W. Power. Mtaa
Florence Power aad Keaaeth'
Power.- - -
The table aa beautifully ap
pointed and bore oat la detail tha
colors aad emblems of Yaletldt.
A ChrUtmas tree aad green ry also
ornamented the rooms. -
"This H not a aursery with real
live table. says the caption an
der a large e?U cat la tha supple
meat ot the Brooklyn 8taa4ard
Union of Sunday. December (lb.
"but it U a dolt store where they
have Freach nurse to show the
dollies.' Ara't they woaderfaUy
Farther description gives oat
the latonaatioa that they ara
howa la the Mad a a? ' Georgeae
Averlir ahow. Madam Teeing tor
mrly Miss Hoff ef ealera. Ore. ?
(CcaU&izad. oa pi;9 4)