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SOCIETY NEWS OF - THE WEEK",;:'
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The Elks will keepi open houso
next Tuesday night In their lode?
rooms vben they wilt entertain
with a large danca.- Senators and
representatives here for ttie leg
islature, and their wives who art
in the city during the session,
will be extended' an invitation to
Owing to the tueceps of tha
(lancing party given juit previous
to the holidays when the employes
of the Lad d & Bush bank enter
tained exclusively Tor employes of
their Institution, their wives and
tr ends, it ha been decided to
five another similar affair in
Moose hall next Friday night,
when they will act as hosts to
members of other bank staffs of
the city and their wives . and
Friends of Mis Alta Jones ar'
rejoicing with her over reooverv
from a broken ehoulder which
she sustained at the Jones ranch
about six weeks aio. Miss J on en
was enabled to be about for fa
flrst. time Saturday.
Miss Katherine Anderson, of
-Portland, who Is here during the
session of the legislature . is a
week-end visitor at her ' home In
Outstanding on the mid-winter
horizon Is the annual dance to be
riven by the Junior Guild of St.
Paul's, church at the armory, Jan
uary 27, tentative plans for which
wers made this week at a meetlnr
.of the guild at the residence of
Mrs. Joseph Uaumgartner.
Previously this affair has been
riven during October, bift owing
to the large number of solons and
their ive s .who ara here annual
ly during , the. legislature.' it wai
thought no more than courteous
to advance the date, and extend
en invitation to them to be pres
ent oft the occasion. Htrangerj
within the' city's gates on the date
' will likewise be cordially wel
comed, the committee In charge
to put iorcn on erion.ro roan
the event a pleasant one for these j
folk In particular. i
Mus'c will be the principal fea
tnre. a.larte and efficient orches-
tra to be secured. According to
precsdent ' the dance , should
ho one of the baoptest Inform?!
offerings of the winter, for grad
ually thev have become largely
patronized by family parties, and
folk who.l while not exactly be-
, longing to the dancing contingent.
find real', enjoyment In these af
v fa'rs. and look afcead t them ac
cordingly; r . .nv.J'v.jvvv.
The. committee In charge of the
Mle of tickets headed by Mrs.
VIJllaTTnjslU' president o'
the gufld, -andMrs; VfllliamWal
ton. v ' '
Active members. of, the Junior
rulld who ars . sponsoring' the
dance are: Mrs. Arbuckle, Mrs.
Joseph Baumgrtner, Mrs. Wil
I'trn Bell. Mrs. E; Baker; Mrs.
' C.eorge O. P.Ingham. Mrs". John 11.
Paughell. MnTj Cnrtis Crosse Mr.
Russell Catlm, "Ul Mary. Chad
wick, Mrs.. 41. A. Cornoyer.' Mrs.
T. J. Coffman. Mrs. Trank Dur
bln. Ml3g'HelTT DeckebachstMrs.
8. B. Edward. Mrs. Clifford Far
rier, Mrs.' ll . Ceer, Mrs. V. E.
Kuhn;' Mrs. William H. W.e,
Mrs. O. C Locke. Mrs. J. E. Law.
Mrs. Carer Martin, Mrs. James
Oilmen Mrs. C. H. Powell. Mrs.
Ada Strong. Mrs. W. Carlton
Smith. Mrs. Homer Smith. Mrs.
Armlft Stelner, Mrs. IT. O. Ship
ly, Mrs. Geone Terwllltger. Mrs.
Frederick D. Thlelsen, Mrs. Thom-
Lark in Williams. Mrs.. W. L.
West,. Mrs. Lenta Westaeott. Mrs.
Anna . Westaeott. Mrs. Georga
White. Mrs. Ralph White. Mm
F.dward Weller. Mrs. Harrv Wied
roer and Mrs. William 8. Walton.
Mr! and Mrs. W. T. Crier,' ac
rompanied by Mrs. Z. J. Rigg.
motored to Portland .' Thursday;
going "down to attend the annnal
Mrs, J. C. Griffith left the last
of the" week for-Portland to re-
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M RS. LILLIAN McELROY HUNT, who has been secured as organist
at the Grand Theatre. Friends of Mrs. Hunt are happy to have her
... , back in a professional way after her long illness. Mrs. Hunt, whose !
work has attracted the most complimentary attention of visiting musicians, .
is essentially a Salem product. She was born and reared in Salem, of a
foremost musical family, and has been actively identified with the musical
life "of the Capital City at all times. She is a former orgari pupil of T. S. '
Roberts and Cecil Teague of Portland. Her engagement in Salem was taken
in preference to a similar one at the Rivoli in Portland.
table attractively appointed In
red and green. Silver candelabra,
with ml candles was used as
centerpiece, and favors and place
cards further bore out the color
Mr, and Mrs. Mark Ifathaway
were dinner hosts Friday night
entertaining a group of Mr. Ilatii-
asray's fraternity brother, who'
motored over from Corvallls to
attend the basketball game be
tween O. A. ( nnd Willamette
Their 'guests 'were: George
Henderson, Walter Arthur, Harry
Swan. Floyd Cook and "Curley"
Mrs. R. L. Matthews Is enter
taining as her house guest for a
week or more.. Mrs. F. E. Thomp
son, of Portland, who arrived
Friday and is remaining hers
while her husband is on a business
trip in California. Mrs. Thomp
son has many friends in Salem
who will welcome her during- her
For the Pleasure of har mother,
Mrs. Louella Stowe. Mrs. C. A.
Downs entertained with a small,
informal tea Frldar afternoon,
guests bidden including the more
intimate friends of the honoree.
Attractive decorations wero
canned ont in yellow, with yelloT
candles lighting the tea Uble.
Those' who called daring the
afternoon were: Mrs. R. R. Jones.
Mrs. iB. It. Millard. Mrs. If. If.
Vndenrort. Mrs. J. V. L. PhlltHrt,
Mrs. C. W. . South worth, Mrs.
Fmrtan Von Eschen. Mrs. Walter
WInslow, Mrs. MC. Findlev. Mrs.
B. F. Randall. Mrs. R. F. Dillon.
Mrs. W. T. Davis. Mrs. IT. J. Leh
man and Mrs. Benjamin niatch
ford. ' ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Raker and
Mrs. J. A Mills motored to Port
land Friday to attend the annual
automobile show. During their
stay the latter was the guest or
her son and daughter-in-law.
'.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Q Mills.
Dr. Gertrude MIn thorn has been
st most appreciated visitor In Sa
lem this week, during her stay di
viding ner time between the It. C.
and B. J. Mileses. Dr. Mint horn
spoke of her years as a medical
missionary to India, hefnra mnt.
bers of the Missionary society of
ne nrsi rresDyterian church
rriaay afternoon, and in the
evenmp was asked to address the
mala until' Monday as .Ihe g'uest
of her sister, Mrs. O. ErKrausse.
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Mrs. Clarence Kene and Mrs.
Gertrude . Cameron of Silverton
came over -Friday to be in at
tendance at the tea which Mrs.
Henry W. Meyers gave' on that
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Andreas
er In Portland during the week
to attend the automobile show.
Miss, Edith Hazard returned
home this week from Seattle
where she had been entertained
for several weeks as the bouse
guest of her sister, Mr? D. W.
Sawyer. . (
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An interesting v.t of news
came to light through Cecil Fan-
ning's appearance In the city thU
week.' inasmuch as the coltimbta
PhonoKraph corananr featured
i For Your
All of the latest dance hits, played right with just
the right voluine ' -, " . ' : 1
FOR HOME DANCING
Then too there are all of the latest hits with words
printed on the rolls for singing.
Vft carry a complete line of sheet music and gen
eral musical merchandise. !
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415 Court Street
Sonora Dealer in Salem
him as one of . itsjehieX record
artists. about ten years ago. Mrs:
W. J. Culver was in -this way one.
of the first local admirers of the
gifted young baritone. She has
in her. possession. .a large num
ber., of the records he made at
that time, including Sydney Ho
mrs "The Last Leaf." which
Mr. Fanning - presented on- his
program here. Others ,, include
"Turn Ye To Me," an old High
land melody; "The 5. Vaquero
Song" from the opera "Natoma";
"The Cooper's Song," by Boccac
cio; and "Maryland, My Mary
land," adapted from an old Ger
man folk F.ong. and 'Dixie." the
two lalt?r featuring as accom
panist II. It, Turpin. i j
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s The ,two sororliies. of Willam
ette university, the- Beta Ch.1 '.and
the Delta Phi. are entertaining
.with large dinner parties at their
houses tomorrow night the -est
list in each instance . to bf made
npvof faculty members of the hni-
ferjity . V- --r
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Mrs. William - ilrown has as
her week-end guest her sister.
Mrs. W. IJ. Kldridge. who arrived
Miss Edna Sterling, popular
high school instructor who is
leaving the first of the month for
Seattle, will be the Inspiration for
the informal dinner which Miss
Marie Churchill is plvlng this
evening at the home of her father
Supt. J. A. Churchill.
manner which showed careful
training and industrious work on
the part of the students: i . ?.
Besides playing a piano solo
Master Cordon Bennett (a pupil
of Misa Lena Belle Tartar) gave
much pleasure with his marching
military song. The pupils tak
ing part were: Kenneth Mortis",
Alice CI ax ion, . Alfreda Gibbs,
Vera Fitzhugh. Jack Pember
Mary Talion. Krnest Aegerter
Robert Ramsden, Lucile Gilley,
Dorothy Hansen. Helen Ramsden,
Charles Nad vornik, Fred Krepela,
Pearl Osterman, Jacobina Schmid
Pearl Osterman, Jacobina
Schmidt. George Stoner. Rnth
uartruff. Gordon Bennett,. Evan
geline Davidson. Glenn Drager,
John Riley. Percy Riddle. Mada
lene Giesy, Gertrude . Riesbeck.
Irene Pratt, Harold Rupert. Ar
thur Martin. Ross Harris, Erkleys
McCrow, Louit Oraw, Orland
Rees, Grace Stevens and.Erskyn
Miss I.uella Patten ;s spending
the week-end in Corvallis as a
guest at the Delta Zeta sorority
house. She went over to attend
a dance which was given by the
sorority Saturday night and while
theite was 'entertained' by .Miss
Miss Ruth Schultz Is spending
the week-end with college friends
The Bridge Luncheon club will
Girl Reserves of the Y. W. C. A. i
In the association rooms.
Following the address at .
church, tea was served. Mrs.
George J. Pearce and Mrs. Rob
ert S. Eakin poured And the fo-
lowinz served as hostesses:
Charles O. Wilson. Mrs. J. C. Mc-
Leod. Mrs. Fred Klein, Mrs. u. J-
Bulgln and Mrs. J. H. smitn.
Th rirat rf the week Dr. Mln-
thorn goes to Newport to spend
ivrai itav with her narenis.iT.
and Mr. H. J. Mlhthorn. and the.
inst nf th week will kail for Al
aska, where she will remain with
her sister until spring. -Returning
to Oregon, Dr. Minthorn will
snend a month or more with rel
atives, before leaving again for
India, where she will take up ner
chosen life work.
Word has been received by 2j-
lem friends from Mr. and Mrs
Frank Schmidt, who. with thel:
young son Teddy sailed for Eur
ope December 27, from San Fran
cisco, where they have been max
ing their home since leaving Sa
hem. They plan to be away about
;six months, and will visit various
points of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. J. U McAllister
returned the first of the wesk
from Portland, where they had
been on an eitended Visit with
relatives and friends.'
Mrs. L. F. Griffith' went 'to
Portland Frldav to spend the
week-end at the Imperial hotel,
with her sister Mrs. George A.
Cattanach of Canyon. . who U
stopping' off for a-few daya on
her way to her home, ;
Mr. and Mrs.- R. E. Downing
entertained with. an eight-cover
dinner Thursday sight, A pink
color motif was -employed, with
carnations centering' the board,
and minor details also in the
chosen color. Following the din
ner, "500" was enjoyed during the
remainder of the evening.
Mrs. C. A. Vibbert entertained
the "Golden Hoar" club Thursday
afternoon, bidding as an addition
al guest Mrs. Harry Holt. Mrs.
Carl Abrams will be the . club's
next hostess when it convenes la
two weeks. ; j
Members of the TUlicnm club
are happily anticipating their
flrat Jinmr iigfinhlir In MoMji
j hall, next Tuesday evening, when
. , f . a a . . . a f
ume win Dm mane io mm dc-
ward for the night, and members
and Invited friends will be chil
dren again', coming attired In th
garb of youth and maia partici
pating in the festivities of the
evening with the tare-free aban
don of youth, and afterwards en
joying refreshments suuauie .. .
such an occasion. ... ,
irm ' fbarlea II. Powell was a
Portland vfsltor this week return
ing home Friday night from a sev
eral days slay. ; - ;,
VI r ntawrhA Thomas and two
dauehters. Constance -and Arll.
of Seattle,, .arrived Thursday
night, and will remain a week
the house west of Dr. and Mrs.
V. CV Kantner. . . .
tnt.rnitlnr letters .'from Mrs.
Mary Howell, have been received
by Salem friends, with a Honolulu
date line. Mrs. Howell accompan
ied by Misa -Alice ittee or ran-
land left Salem before the holi
days, and sanea enoniy arter for -Hawaii,
where she expects to re
main until April.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Durbln and
Mr. and Mr. Milton Meyers lett
yesterday morning for Neckowia
where they are to spend a week
rj the Durbln cottage.
Mrs. L. E.' Bean and son Loots
of Eugene are the week-end
gnefts of Mrs. O. P. Hoff. Mrs.
Bean Is here for the session of
the legislature and will stop with
her husband, who Is speaker 6t
the house, at the Marion. '.. -
Mrs. John Holman spent the
week in Portland; toin- down to'
be the guet of ,her brother-in-law
and sister. . Mr. and Mrs.
Whitney Holman. SeTeral. din
ners a ndMnformal affairs markej
(Contlnaed on mi 31
"WILL ACCEPT LIBERTY BONDS
T HAT sort of persuasion forinvest
mcnt dorino; the past few years has
marked more swindles perpetrated
' on the nsuspectinjj public than, ever .
before. '" " -
The! promoter offerino; to swap you
"Hilt-eaged" stock for your -Liberties
would no doubt try to dweourajje your
asking the United Stages National Bank
for an opinion on his proposition.
-CoU laid for Hss ' S'ZtlT
Sterling. Hiss Helena Willett. ' L L "e' .
Miss Beatrice Thomnson. -irtsa
Beatrice Thompson. -Miss
Mabel Davnport. Miss Margaret
Cosper. Miss Tora Mortensen.
Miss Ruth Johns. Mrs. George C.
Weller and Miss Churchill.
Another affair that will com-i
piiment Miss Edna Sterling I the
dinner which Miss Martha Pow
ell will give tomorrow night at
the residence of her parents. Rev.
and Mrs. H. C. Powell. Guests
on this, occasion will be Miss
Sterling. Miss Elizabeth Macleay.
Miss Ada Ross, Miss Marie
Chun hill, and Rev. and Mrs.
The O. A. C. -club spent an en
joyable evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hathaway
Thursday when they, with Mr.
aud Mrs. Ralph Kellogg, and Mr.
and Mrs. Winston Walton were
hosts. Informal entertainment
filled the hours, which culminated
with a supper. The next meeting
f the club will b with Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur. Weeks, when a tafry
pall will 1 in order.
A delightful piano and violin
recital was given by a group of
Miss Joy Turner's pupils last Sat
" nieM, at her spacious resi
dence studio, 333- North Capitol
About 100 parents and friends
were entertained at this interest
ing musicale. Solos, duets and
ensembles featured the program
Mr. and Mrs. Homer ' Goulet
were among local folk attending
the automobile show in Portland
Mrs. John P. Jones returned to
her home in Portland Thursday,
after spending several weeks in
Salem with Mrs. John H. Albert.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto J. 'Wilson'
motored to Portland Friday to
s?e the week out and be In at
tendance at the final two days of
me automooiie show.
Mrs. Georfe Waters is spending
me ween-end with relatives and
friends In Portland, leaving for
mere rriaay morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Millar McC.il-
rhrlst furnished the inspiration
for th9 small, .informal dancing
narty which Miss Ruth Johns gave
Friday evening'. In celebration of
Mr, McGilchrlsfs birthday. Cul
minating the evening a light sup
per iwas served.
Those bidden were: Mr. and
Mrs. Millar McGilchrlst. Mr. and
Mrs. McGilchrist. Jr.. Miss Marie
Churchill. Miss Eliza Nolan, Miss
Helen Ballard. James Yonng. Fred
Mangis. James Crawford and
Dr. and Mr. Frederic,1 H.
Thompson were recent hosts en
tertaining with a dinner in honor
of Mr. and Mr. Rav Smith. Cov-
This is your Opportunity !
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Less than wholesale cost, i -
TWO LOTS .
$4 to $5. . $2.50 to $3
$2.49 ' $1j69Z
Our showing thi3 season was exceptionally
ood, and we did a most satisfactory.business; but
it is our policy to not "carry over," therefore these
unparalleled prices. ' 'V...; 7v.,,
"iVe still have a few garments in the $9.75 lot,
which were values up to $35.00.
Lot 1 is equally startling in price: values up
to $85.00. ' Opportunity Sale ;
LOT 2. Look this one over: Suits and Coats srllinj; to
$120.00. These are the very highest class garments in
our fall stock. Wonderfully embroidered and fur trimmed.
Think of having your pick for $39.85. when the regular
price was $120.00.
DON'T FORGET Every department is contributing to this very
successful sale, with good goods at Opportunity Prices. '
AU the &umbCT weTlTen Itt cts were laldtor eight around