The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 29, 1920, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN, 8ALEM. OREGON.
WEDNESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 20. lf20
BY MOLLY BRUNK
MR3. Edmund F. Carlton and
ber lions Edmund and
fUondtll, ot Eusene. will
arrire today and wilt be enter
Ulned nntil after New Years a
the guests of Mrs. Carlton's Bister,
Mrs. P.ojr Burton. They will
come tjr way of Monmouth where
they have been the guests of
President and Mrs. J. If. Acker
man. Mrs. Carlton is n former
prominent matroi and will be
most cordially weie3ni;i.
:
Mis." Frederick S. Lamport end
Mrs.-Edward CUhnIiam went to
. Portland the ilr.t of the week to
remain tor sereral days.
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Mrs. Constance Thompson and
her children Nancy and Richard,
of Portland. cain to spend
Christmas with Mrs. Thompwa
sister. Mrs. Ralph Ulover. They
returned . home Sunday nighty
Amonjr the "out-of-town folk at-
Salem School of Expression
Lola Rosamond Walton. Director
147 N. Commercial
Phone 692 14 84J
Closes Dec. 24 re-opens Jan. 3.
tending the masu-sad-? paity ot
!the younger dancms pupils of
airs, u. Li. ULue in aioosa oan
Mori'.?.- aial w-r Mr. and Mrs.
T J orman. .nd danslutr. Mir
fa of 'c.)l"ri jtnd Mr mu
'.'. It B. L.nban it S:lrton
At high noon las Fiiday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. l.u-
thy, in North Salem, occurred thej
marriage of thMr daughter, Marie,
to W. K. lJufnata, one of the
young mei f rum France who
now studying for his A. .M. de
gree at Willametto unirersity.
The bride was raJnated from
Willamette id 1?H and for the
last two y. ars his been teaching
mathematics in the Eugene high
school.
Miss Katie Miro. a 'Ion? time
friend of ihe bride, sang "I !. v
You," aeeomnaoiod by MIsi Caio-
lline Hrubetz, who immediately
followed with Lohengrin' wed
ding march. Dr. Blaine E. Kirk
patrlck of the First Methodist
Episcopal church officiated, using
the beautiful ring ceremony and
receiving the vows of tha bride
and groom who stood under an ef
fective arch of smilax.
The ceremony was witnessed by
relatives and . a few intimate
friends who afterward were in-
-
Grand weSLy Dec. 29
The Biggest and Most Important Musical Comedy
Event in Years
TGUGHI6 THE-H6GHvSP0T
eluded as luncheon guests. Mr.;
and Mrs. Putnam left at 4 p. m.
fon a short wedding trip to Port
land. Tacoma and Seattle before
the resumption of school duties.
Colonel and Mrs. Percy Willis
returned Monday night from Port
land whre they went to be ilh
friends over Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman White 01
Woodbine, la., will arrive today
to remain over New Years as th-s
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dib
ble. Mr. Dibble and Mrs. White
are cousins."
The visitors are on their way
from Spokane to California,
where they will spend the winter.
Ira. D. Buasard and daughter
Miss Ethel Bussard spent the
week-end in Salem as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Duncan, re
turning to their home In Albany
the first of the week.
'.-
Prof, and Mrs. Roy Hewitt and
small son Ronald of Corvallis.
are spending the week in Salem
dividing the time with a number
of old-time friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lee Patter
son have returned from Portland,
where they went to spend Christ
mas with relatives and friends.
Mrs. James Godfrey and Miss
Emma Godfrey motored to Port
land the last of the week to spend
me Christmas week-end with rel
atives and friends.
Earlier Mrs. Godfrey entertain
ed as her guest. Miss Florence
Leech, a well-known and popular
singer of Portland, who is a for
mer attraction on the Ornheum
circuit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pearson ot
Portland have returned to their
home, after bsing entertained as
fvvUSIGL COMES
JOHN CORT
WtCMtaeOCKIR
ITMCATPB - M.Y.
. MUSICAL.
COMEDY .
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n
The New York
Chicago
Boston
and
Philadelphia
Company
and
Production r
intact
BOOK AND LYRICS &t)
HAftRY L.COKT AW1
mo. m. TOOOiMi
WITH
Ffced. Heider,
khq Tmb New York. .
PRODUCTION
pERSeeN On Awy.Stage
The Amy of Singers, Daaceraand Funmakers that deliehted
smart New York for one year includes June Roberts, Delano
Dell, Betty Kirkbride, Earl Higley, Francis Donegan, Rene
Brown; Claire Grenville, Nellie Muir, Evely Paul, and the
Four-Entertainers. 'r. ;-. ' . :-; ,
: Prices $1.6o (o S20. Seat Sale Now On
Looney and their daughter. Miss
Greta Looney, all of Jefferson.
During their stay the latter
family was also entertained by
Mrs. S. C. Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harris and
Mins Dot Davey pent Christmas
and the week-end with relatives
in Portland.
Mr. and Mm. Grant Corby were
joined over tje Christmas week
end by the former's Fiter. Mrs. K.
R. Reeley and her two children,
of Wilsonville, who returned to
their home Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Condit en
tertained the latter' brother Ed
ward O. Worth as their week-end
guest. Mr. Worth coming up from
his home in Portland.
.
Mrs. G. A. Rockwell returned
to her home the first of the week
after spending several days as tha
house guest of Mrs. C. D. Purdy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hixon have
returned to their homo In Al
bany, after visiting at the home of
Mr. Hixon's parents In Salem.
Mrs. David Giaham (Mildred
Bagley) passed through Salem
the first of the week on her way
to Portland, where she will re
main a month at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Annie Cleveland,
while her InTant son William Bag
ley is under the care of a spec
ialist. Dudley Buck's "Coming or the
King," was presented in Corval
lis Sunday at the First Methodist
church, v ith Miss Blanche Ham
mel. well known here, directing.
"Miss Hammel," says the Cor
vallis Gazette-Times, "Is fortu
nate in having a large group of
people who like to sing, can sing.
land have given considerable time
the week-end gusts of Mrs. Pear- to Preparing for the event. In
college activities during their
years of attendance. Mr. Clark
was an Instructor in the home
economics, and later ent to
California. . where she iterved as
dietitian at Lano hospital. San
Francl.co. Mr. Clark Is a prom
inent architect and engineer, and
designed ihs O. A. C. stadium.
t
MIs Ruth Purv.ne. w'u'o ha
been Identified In a secretarial
way with the Cherry City mill,
left Sunday for Kails City, where,
on Monday she began her new du
ties as cashier of the bank of that
Place.
Mr. and Mrs. John Medlor
(Helen Rose) whose wedding was
a recent event, are here from
Wasco, to spend the holidays with
the former's Barents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Medler. Sunday they J
wer entertained Ith "a ' d.nnTjs u?h Uil-m. Mm. Kalmer v ill , Albert Smith, ate! 1. of Talr-
by Dr. and Mrs. Johii 11. Siies. ivist in aU.ut month be-; L.r- aterrd sl4 of railfr t.
: trj Crini'Moa. If. M9ars(f thstr. of ra U-
II entrt?;n l'unfy
ft i ri-iuraui:
it
The "Jolly I!unh." five linn-.
dred club was -titertaln-l tit ln 'rs. J. v. jf.nr-s
rld-nce of Mr. and Vlr. :. ,as tli-ir Ww Y n r!i Mr. ,4 (
NirhoM Saturday night, th n-tt tr A -airt..r. mh.. -Ill com
s.H;n of lhf rlul t. W at th " , ,.
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mar-t" fru,n 1 I
tin. ! : !
Mr. and Mrs. CUIr A. Fulnier ) RfyttenOOl FlTfhcV
k f X -m as- t m h a rrtf I '
11' un a wi 9 arii.f w
J. J. Mi'ha-I lf-
autboru:- iuld
in zht that lb TmiI h prt.Latli-
.ii if arrfj:td i rotoiu.i
j.!- court here tnrrorr. at
LVh lime II H etpte.I tJ,
rourt mill .nl.-r an lntts'igKwn
l hi4 tneatal condition.
The 12 fjre mhirh Sn!th u J
Youth of 19 YtQTS b 'aitel. burcrd whooi. char-
i . a .
ins the holidays- in Sal-m hiting ':
at the hoin of Mrs. Fa!inr'n Par- 1
eni. Mr. and Mm. A. Dan of I'XIOXTOWV. V . fe. 57 K-it r..am di.ir?
ft
eon s parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Durbin, who also had with thera
their son Frank Durban." who Is
borne from O. A. C. and Mrs. Dur-
bin's mother. Mrs. J. W. Sprisss
of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Georra Forsvthe
pf Portland motored to their home
In Portland Monday, after spend
ing the Christmas week-end with
Mp. and Mrs. W. Connell Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hargrove
had with them for Christmas and
tha week-end their sons and
daughters and grandchildren, sev
eral of whom came from ont of
town to assist in celebrating the
date. Including. Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Smith and C. C. Hargrove end
son Jack of Corvallis: Mrs. Edith
Plank. Claudia Plank and Miss
Maude .Hargrove of Portland. -
Miss Gladys Steele, newly ap
pointed matron ot the Salem hos
pital has returned to Salem after
friends near McMinnville.
"-
Mrs. V. M. Bnshey Is entertain,
ing as her ho'iday house guests.
her sister. Mis. Fred Merrill and
two children; of Clatskanie, who
arrived the last of the week.
-Mrs.
Samuel Stockum enter
tained with a. reunion dinner on
Christmas day having as her
guests from out of town 'her mo
ther. Mrs. W. U. Clarke of Port
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Looney and Mr. and Mrs. N. H.
addition she has a number of cap
able soloists including A. A.
Schramm, with Mrs. Schramm at
the piano."
Th8 Woman's Foreign Mission
ary society ot the Jason Lee
church will meet with Mrs. Tho
mas Acheson, at the parsonage
this afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. J. J. Gillespie will have
charge of the devotions, and Miss
Ellen Currln will give the lesson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smither
(Helen Neugebaner) of Portland.
are spending the holidays with
relatives.
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Miss Xell Stowell of Portland Is
a visitor in the city during the
holidays.
5-
Miss Lora Purvlne has gone to
Brownsville to be entertained as
the house guest of Miss Lorena
Fox. who has also as her guest
Miss Florence Davis of Mon
mouth.
Announcement is made of the
onrarement of Rev. George K.
Thiess. pastor of Grace Lutheran
church of EnKene to Miss. Bertha
Bristow. of Salem.'. The wedding
will occur in the near future.
A weddins of considerable in
terest here took place in Portland
last week, and was' that of Miss
Ruth McNary Smith, ana uoy it.
Clark. Both are graduates of O.
A.' C. and were prominent In all
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Camels, Marshmallaws, Baby, Flea
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A clever DroDertjr man ? r.na nr
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Ing an exceptional motion picture.
Upon the property man Tails the
responsibility of being able to cet
anything that a director may w:f1i
to use in the making of his scifs.
Of course. In making society
plays the task is comparatively
simple to that of furnishing
"props" for period plays. Since
th beginning of the production of
"Kismet." with Ot!s Skinnor
the star and which is to be seen at
the Oregon theater on Sunday.
Louis J Gaantor whn I. Am,t .
the production, has had bis prop
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night in order to get the many un
usual things that are required.
A caravan of camels and ten
donkeys were ordered one after
noon. When Mr. Gasnier arrived
on the scene he looked the ani
mals over and approved them.
Then turning to the property man
he took ont a memorandum, and
handed it to him with the Instruc
tions that he wanted "those few
little things In about a week.' '
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at the list. Then walking off by
himself he read: "15 lanky dogs
covered with fleas; 21 more don
keys. 100 goats, and half a dozen
more camels." So it. started.
"Prop's" eyes grew large.
""One three-weeks-bid Turkish
baby and mother, 1 4 prayer rugs,
one seven-foot negro, one ten
pound box of marshmallows. six
large butterflies and two small
butterflies; and an ancient Tur
kish razor In working condition"
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No wonder "Props"H looked a
little uneasy. He had a hard time
getting the camels. Where in the
name of Heaven he was go ng to
get a half. dozen more he did not
know. A three weeks old Turkish
baby; that was another problem
tor say nothing of the butterflies.
Suddenly an idea struck him and
out of the studio he rushed.
Mr. Gasnier. looking after him
smilingly remarked "If I sent that
man for the moon he would get
it." (Adv.)
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Lot l...$l-95
Lot 2 ...$235
Shop Mornings if possible and avoid afternoon congestion.-
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If any changes in Grocery Prices are
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Hard Wheat Flour, our
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