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SUNDAY MOfiNlNOrMNUARY-20r 121
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I-i he annual homecoming dance
d i larely alipndetl by al
umni 8,1 oV" th? ,ate
Mis Helen Per:, an employe
t. tU offlpe of th ,ate bank
i,miner. went to Portland yes
terday afternoon to spend Sunday
at the home of ner parents.
The Salem district of Oregon
f.,ai. Teacher association will
meet Uh Miss Ruth Johns Tues
day evening at 8:30 o'clock.- Art
,.,L,.iini Drogram hatt-been ar-
fpaturins American mu
sician, and business of Import
ance will also come bp for dls-
Padres to-1 he various sorori.
t;P t O. A. C. rfave been an
Boonced after a three weeks
runhlag season. -Among the new
Died? re I,ss Annabelle Gold
to Pclta Delta Delta, and Miss
jMnwtte Meredith, Karpa Al
Miss Thelma Dyke or Forest
Drote stopped off in ialem the
latter part of the week to be the
Lt nf Mrs. L. O. Curtis. She
on- ner way to forvallia to
ttMid the Tl Beta Phi sorority
$ homecoming Friday night. .
Despite the Inclement weather
Friday eynlR a large and appre
ciative audience witnessed the see
on of the three Exhibitions being
tlvea bv the Washington Junior
blah girl under the able Intruc
tloo of Miss Conlfred llttrd; phy
sical education director for girls
lit the Washington school.
it i a matter of regret that a
greater number of official of the
whool system were not -time to
witness an exhibition which was
a credit to bdth instructor and
pupil. . i , .,, . , ...
Peftaca' Ine 4nost enthusrati-
caliy applauded features of the
evening were the two group of
eotume folk dances. Two. Eng
1lh folk dances were given Jn Cot
tage dresses in pastel colors, and
, white mop caps. : -lm
Two Scandinavian folk dances
were done in characteristic peak,
caps, striped aprons and black
laced bodices ., of the northern
European peasant.- Tho remaln
A.r nt the work was given tn reg
ulation gymnastum'costume, white
miitua Harir bloomers and ten
nis shoes. This -consisted'" E
eoilah trvmnastics. free drills
FIFTH AVENUE DOLL STORE OF FORMER SALEM GIRL
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'X'HE abova qit sliows lie interior of The Madame Georgene Shop, 309 Fifth Avenue,
.J New fcTork' City; The owner and manager of this celebrated shop, that1 has been
feainred in the1, leading maffazines of the cotmtry; is a former Salem girl-Miss Geor-
Vptia HoTif. She first beffin making Western character dolls in Portland .ahont ten
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years aeo. and today stands recogpized as tne most invenuve ana onguuu uesiguer m
her line in the united States, in pnvaie me iaaaame ueorgrae un. ramiAvwui.
ley Clbsen, Mrs. Gideon Stolz. leveat: Tbjp plaao recital glrea
Mrs. Ienta WestacoU. Mrs. Jose-1 by Franklin li. Iauner was one
phine Dross. Mrs. W. C. Kantaer. lof the mot delightful and sue
Mrs. Josephine. Taylor, Mrs..C. P.l cesstul ' recltffla erer given In the
itisnon, Mrs. Ida Dabcock. Mlsdicity
Klma Weller. Mis Nellie Taylor,! ,Fnd Homer, baritone, of Lon-
Mtsa. Julia iverson. Miss Grace I don, Kng, who aang .oratorios In
Taylor: and Mr, and Mrs. C. M.I the leading chrche.i there and
Lockwood. Also Mrs. Katie Drew-I took some of the leading roles in
er of . Chemawa, .Mm. Lucretia I comic opera, said' of tkis pianist:
Savage of Lo Angeles and Wll-r'llls playing for. a young artist
Ham Rills of Portland. lis really wonderful and, Jnspira
. .-- 1 tional, . He-is also a yery: clever
The Monday Afternoon tlridgeland sympathetic accompanist
club which was to bavo met to-1 Harold Frost, .basso; who rang
morrow with; Mrs. A. II. Moore. 1 with the Portland Ad club nuar
has postponed the date tmtll thei tet tar several yearn and wbe ap
coming Monday. . - Ipeared la concert with Mr.- Lau-
", , ler at the p4ano, spoke of him
,Dr. and Mrs. Charles II. Rob-las being a very accomplished pi
en son are -enjoying' a week-end I anlut' and. a fine acconrpanlst.
vlit from their son. Charles Rob-Fred Mitchell. Itasso. and who was
ertson, , whn ' is home from the I formerly koad. of social aad com-
Vnlverslty of - Oregon.
Mrs. F. L.' Purvlne J5 spending
the week-end with her daughter,1
Miss Ruth Purvlne In Palls City.
Mr. and Airs. Pierce W. Van
Doren . were dinner . Jvosta Wed
nesday night' entertaining as their
nr.unlty sarvke. at the Y. M. C. A-.
rorilanu. s&ld of Mr. Iuner
lie is a very -Internet ms piaplHt
and !s clever with' piano accom
Cnn-allis claims f.ha.Ta
Walsh. Mrs. William It. Hamilton.
Mrs. Frederick II. Thompson.
Mrs. D. J. McKtnnon. Mrs. W. D.
Clarke. Mrs. Walter Spattldlng.
Roy Mills. Mrs., .LeRoy
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As a farewell attention for Misa
Kdna Sterling, resigning head of
the English department of the
high school, the members of the
Clarion staff entertalaed-with a
line party at the Oregon theater
Wednesday night, which was fol
lowed by a eupper at tho home of
Rev. and Mrs. 1L CPowelL , The
table waa centered with an at
tractive combination of pussy wil
low and violets, the spr:n;time
motif being continued In the can
dles, which were in shades oT
Cavers were laU Jar the follow
ing: Miss Sterling. MUs F.lizabeth
Macleay. and .t be Mueg. Miriam
Lovell. Jeaelte Vandevort, Rub
geline Powell. Marjorie Melllorer.
Myrtle Martin, Florence Jones.
Gladys Benge. Tlah Knhn. Cath
erine Vincent: Messrs Robert Lit-
tetler, Joseph Albright. Kenneth
youngest antuor 4a Oregon. bas-J penr. Milton Steiner WaJtacw
mg me contention on the writings Griffith. Ralph . Bailey. Arthur
guests. Mrs, ,W S. Kinney of As-lof a little girl. -who. though onlyj Montgomery. Percy Hammond.
and marching, posture tests, folk
and country, dances. r -
The- junior high glee club, un
der the able leadership of Mrs.
Eula Creech, sang the soldiers
chorus from Faust, also the Wash
ington junior high school version
of "The Orange and Black." The
talented young mnsicians,. the
Misses Eugenia Savage and Clau
dia Lewis, contributed to the suc
cess of the exhibition, by presid-
lpg at the .iano,
ceeds to go to Vhe music fund of
the. school..-.. ' :': - - j
! On Wednesday afternoon Mrs.
C. L. Snyder. Mrs. C. M. Roberts
and Mrs. John Barker, Jr., were
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: Relatives and . friends . found
their way to the home of Mr. and
Mrs.. W.- P. Hagedorn at 1405
Fir street- celebrating their 31st
anniversary -on Saturday ; after
noon and evening. January 22.
The. evening was spent with mu
hostesses for the quarterly tea of sic, singing, reading and'lnform
the Woman's Foreign missionary
society of the Jason Lee Memor
torla; Mrs. Ads Strong and. Mr
and Mrs. F. D. Thlelsen. V
Mr; and Mra. George Weller
tDoris Churchill) went to Port
land the first of tho week to re
main -u a til today-s the guests f
Mrs. weller's sister. Mrsi James
F, Elton. Miss Marie Churchill
Joined l hem yesterday, to return
witn them today.
aTlMAiwia t m m. . A it.. X1f11
T. Neill will bid thera goodby to
morrow for they' plan to leave on
that date. The tat three weeks
since the announcement of their
intended departure was made.
have been filled to overflowing
with intereetlnr and dellchtfnl
farewell attentions for both.
As a final Compliment. Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Greene and Mr. and
Mrs.' E. T. Rttsselle entertained
jointly last night, a dinner at the
Greene home being followed by
music and dancing at the Bus-
Salem will be represented fn
nine years old has written an II-1 Alfred Montgomery. Herbert Roeo-
jnsiraiea oooiuei . i .nursery lofsky. Aubrey Trawlck. Herbert
rhymes. Thus far. she has print
ed only one copy. Hut it Is read
able from the beginning to the
end. She Is Enrraa Wlatler John
son, daughter of Doctor and Mrs.
W. T. Johnson
Little Emma writes much poet
ry, becaune, she says. - the can
think hest in verse,. Like the late
Homer Davenport jihe see human
Socolofakv; Frank Deckabach and
Mr. aad Mrs. Leo Sutter ana
baby. Misa Loralae Gearhart. Miss.
Helms Maims. iiers. iiur iwum.
George Yonng. Roy ! Mathis -and
Vern Mathis. all of falem. ana
the host and hostess.. :
. An Interesting feature was that .
fcrur famtlie were preeent. each
one representing the four gener
ations. In the afternoon1 II. D.'
Trover, -of tbe Trover ' Stndlo.
ralled and took-a aamber of pi-'
tu'rea of ' those preeht.."
Friday niht the audltoiluraof ,
I the Richmond whol as tilled to
rapacity by iateretted parents and
ftirnd of the pupila of tbe fifth
and aixth gradm. who gave a
p lend id enieriainment for tlw
benefit of. their physical culture
(lasses. Aside from the program,
reveral booths wer arranged
where old fashioned candl-s and
punch were ' dispensed. lisketa
of iHisry willow made simple, .ef
fective drcorattona. aad were
cotuUloed wUh the class colora of
yellow and white, with blae-
hirds for good luck.
- The instructors of the school
are very appreciative for the pa
tronage which' made the affarr
financial j,ticce, over 5 blng
socured. The fo'lowlng numbers
' Corbet solo. . Melvlri Dusgan:
reading. Jane Jones. Cbarlea
Wyant; chorus. "Carry Me Bark
Virginia'; folk game; pUy.
In -recognition of splendid sell-1
iar ability .-f Mrs. O. V. M oreta ad 1 "Every -carl s- Friends?; short
In the record department of the H.I talk an. "Modern Health Crusade
al entertainment, a bounteous
luncheon being served later. Mr
and Mrs. Hagedorn were -present-1 ibe forthcoming annual exhibition
ed with a set of china and other of Chieaso artists, for Elmer
beautiful- presents. - Voting, a Salem hoy, has been aig-
The invited guests were: rally honored by being requested
Mr. and,Mrs..Reidele. Mr. and I to hang one of his plctu
Mrs. Eugene Libby, Mr. and Mrs. flower canvaa ta this exhibit.
next Friday -evening, February '4, eerved. .-Twenty-five "women were I James Kapphabn,. Mr., and Mrs. I which yearly Includes names of
L. Stiff Furniture company's store
the management sponsored a ban
quet r for employes Wednesday
nature' in all the animal life night, the affair being given at the
about her, and a good deal of (Marion hotel. Proving such an nn-
heaven m the flowers -aad trees iquiimea success tne banquet win
that erow. . . . - 1 he made an annual event here-J
She addresses her pair of Ban-1 after. .
tarn chickens as Mr. and Mrs.1 i Cover were laid for the follow
Smith. She enjoys the morning lag: -Mrs. O. B. Moreland. Misa
chase of a wild rabbit by her two! Edith 21. Brooks. Mian - Hannah
Airedales. Toe rabbit cornea to i enriatensen, Misa Ktnei u. ttomer,
the carrot . patch to get, bis hreak-1 Herbert L. Stiff,. Walter J. Kirk.
fast. and. when be has had his : j. d. Taylor, c. F. Glese. D. J.
fill she comes by the house to I Murphy. ML 'L. Sbepard. C, E.
get Pat and Tatters Into a friend-1 Nicholson, Ted Stiff. Herbert
ly race across the field, and tbe I Ilald. F. L. Dnchlen. -Marlon Dep-
poetry of motion becomes music 1 pen. Fred Broust. Aaher Coerert.
to her. IJ. L. Sorahan. M. B. Henderson.
Emma has as much interest tal John Van Lannen, . John Van
cats as did Louisa Alcott. She I Lydegrat. '.-.
tl hrrh at the home of Mrs.
Snyder on ..North. Nineteenth
street.' Mrs. Charles nagemau
The last of the series will he j 7,!ZXFtl?X.
-given bv the Eerenth .grade " girls j ter whlchN refreshments were
fffcbMlddfalifH o mCTchanrlise wrtfxt ypvtfMt much Idwtf ihan-you-
i. -i. tl a k...:A.. U Ik lnt fwenrv-tiT vears. since it was
(np rin vwnVr fiepn ronrluctea Chinese lines. ' '-
avuMMVa-,Mw .". w . . i
1' is fast bdngcoinized as one of the Best Sweepers
' that can be boughtUtfis equipped with, twenty-four
: feet of ,cord, onrf-f if tK Horsepower motor. The speea
;of the rhotor is. 9,000 devolutions per minute; brush xe-
livolves 1S50 revolutions per minute nas a
I cuts -out .the mbUk-?riven brush if you do not .desire
;'to use same. Let' us demonstrate this Sweeper.
: ' ASKAB0UT THE WEST EipiiiSS FURNAtl' r 'fl "
It u made Ja tbe West for Wsten, P? 4 sj
tox is oHoaj, urns' enabling you U pat .in .long sbek of wood, flat, mstead
tf sUndag on end. ' It weighs More andXOSTS LfcbS.
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Our showing. iii:Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. is erK
complete. -If you are thinking of taking a trip mthe
near future, come' K, 'and let us show you. our lme.
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jEXTPi CDrriAir.;nA lather Handbag in 16, 17, or l-incn. vai-
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SALES REPRESENTATIVES Simbl CLAY & 0. PIANOS
P. M. Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Gal
lowar.- Mr. and. Mrs. Brown, Mr,
and Mrs. .Casper Lathrep. Mr.
and Mrs. Rasman Mr. and Mrs.
Pred Reidessle -Mr. and "Mrs. Hoi
com, Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield. Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Whitney. Dr. and
!Mrs. Morehouse. Mr. and Mrs
Schaller. ;Mr. and Mrs. Saner,
Berrrica.-Barlow, Opal Lathrop,
Evalyn ILathrop. Earl Williams,
Mr?.. Charles. Robinson, Lucue
RoWnsonMrs.- Part- Hanser,- Mrs.-
Lamb. Gertie Page. Mr. LaFollett,
Mrs. Poor. Mrs. Grace Krebg, Mrs.
Edna Price. Mrs. Lloyd Ramsden.
Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Laura Rams
Neighborhood, friends of Mrs. J.
H, .Walker and Mrs. Percy Cup
per were entertained at the home
of Mrs. Frank Power Tuesday af
ternoon, the affair, which, was de
lightfully informal, being arrang
ed to bid farewell to Mrs.
Walker and as a final neighbor
hood gathering for the pleasure
of Mrs. Cupper, who removed on
the day following to her new
home on 1'nion street. The Walk
er family left! at the same time
for Portland to take up their res
idence.! . ;
Those present .were Mrs. Ned
Chambers. Mre. J. W. Chambers.
Mrs. IT. G. Shipley. Mrs. 11. A.
Cupper. Mrs. W. II. Steirsloff. Mrs.
Frank W. Spencer, Mrs. E. T.
Barnes, Mrs. Grace Eoff. Mrs. T.
J. Cronlse and Mrs. George M.
Browrr. . ' ...
In the evening Florence Power
entertained with a party for Ralph
Walker and the two daughters
f Mr. and Mrs. Cupper, Mary and
Mabel Cupper, inviting as guests
children who had -been playmates
during th? two families residence
on North Thirteenth street
Dahlias of every form and color
that have bloomed each year In
the F. L. Pnrvlne gardens on
North Fifth street, will blossom
amid new and different surround
ings next season, for the dahlia
business . that Mrs. Purvine has
spent seven years in establishing,
was this week transferred to Dib
ble Franklin, who will add the
collection of rare 1 and beautiful
plants to their bulb farm across
the river. -
During the years that Mrs. Pr-
vin was actively identified with
this enjoyable work, business and
pleasure . actuated., her efforts.
For five successive years she took
premiums oh everything -entered
In the floral exhibit at the state
fair, receiving awards over many
more experienced growers The
last two years -Mrs.-Pnrvlne, aia
not exhibit, and it was a matter
of regret to dahlia fanciers that
she was not' an entrant, the place
which she had previously occupied
befne difficult to fill
Growers of tlahilas nave been
very generous In their praise o
Mrs. ru nine's stock which she
conscientiously built up, gradu
aUy discarding all bulbs that Aid
not blossom true to form, nor
give entire satisfaction.
A number of old friends and
neighbors surprised Mrs. Eliza
beth - T. Adair upon her 7in
birthday Thursday afternoon be
tween the hours of 2 and 5, at
her home, 268 North Liberty
An Informal social time -ras
enjoyed, Mrs. Adair being the re
cipient of beautiful red " carna
tions and fresias and other gifts.
The rooms were decorated with
Dotted hyacinths and primroses.
During the aiternoon a ngntre
raei was served f by Mrs. C. M.
Lockwood. assisted by Mrs.-Josephine
Tarlor. Those present were
Mrs. Rose Cbamherlin, Mr. Dod.-
names the mother Hnngry Henri
etta. The mat rat is Rantina, a
proud cat Is Angustina. a quiet
A somber of tbe younger p-
pils of Elma Weller were present
cat that takes all i Injls Mlsi .Mem- ed m an interesting and attractive
oranda. and her fusty cat Is Fax
ziana. 6he talks to the cats In
her home and the wild birds on
piano, recital .Tuesday evening at
her studio. 695 . North Liberty
national and International impor
tance in the world of art.
' Mr. Tonng is a graduate of the
Chicago Art Institute and eaeh
year has sent some of his work to
the state fair, art department.
Miss Gertrude - Pnrtnton and
Miss Edna Sterling were guests
of honor at tho. reception, which
the girla of the practice house of
the- high school - gave Tuesday
night, the guests including the
high school faculty -and also Miss
Margaret -Cosper and Miss Helen
Mrs. WjlUam E. Kirk and Mrs.
A. A. Lee were joint hostesses
for their dinner club on . Friday
night- Pink cyelomen and can
dles in the same shade were em
ployed for table decorations, cov
ers being laid for club members
Mrs. H. H. Vandervort and Mrs.
Walter Win slow will be the
club's next hostesses.
Miss Frances Ricnares was In
Portland the last of the week.
going down Thursday,
Mrs. Walter Kirk entertained
with a dinner of eight covers Fri
day night. A fruit centerpiece
was utilized, yellow candles light
ing the board. Covers were laid
for Mr. ar.1 Mrs. Will T. Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Millar McCilchrist,
Mr, and Mrs. William McGilchrist
jr., and tr. ana Mrs. Kirtc.
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Ham
ilton were dinner hosts Thurs
day night, their guests being the
remaining hosts for the Monday
night dance in Cotilllan hall
Mr. and Mrs. Will T. Neill and
Mr. and Mrs. Millar McGilchrist
"Mrs. Lloyd Shleler entertained
at ' her home last Saturday
ning in honor of her aunt, Mrs.
H. H. Olinger of Salem." says the
Cottage Grove Sentinel of Thurs
day. "Present werei Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Beard. Mr. and Mrs
R. A. Nadon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas
Coxad. Dr. and Mrs. AWE. Bar-
num. Mrs. Elsie Brown and Mrs
Odette Martin. The evening. waa
spent in playing five hundred
The appearance before the
members of the Salem Woman's
club Wednesday afternoon of
Franklin - B. Lanner. talented
young local pianict, offered the
opportunity of hearing this mu
sician at his best.
At present a pupil of Mrs.. Paul
Petri of Portland. Mr. Launer
bad the privilege of studying un
der Mrs. Thomaa Carrlek Burke,
before the latter's departure for
New York City. It Is Mr.- Laun-
er'a intention to go east next year
to become a pupil of Rudolph
lUJanx. ' - -
1 Hilt...! V V.B mtfrmmmJi W.Mi
nuuuugu uc U4 myyirm i 101
infrequently in Salem, this young
musician has bees featured - on
programs rather often in Port
land riven br the Petris. Mra.
Petri plans to present him -in a
formal musical a la the rpring. .
In three weeks he is ached a red
to give a concert In Jefferson.
under the auspices of the Jeffer
son high school.
Mr. Launer has had lomevwry
fine things said of hU work by
both the musical critics of the
press and well known musicians.
The following is taken from the
Oreronlan: "Recital . given . m
the nantist church recently, at
Oreron City hy Franklin B. Lau
ner. pianist, showed remarkable
talent and displayed, a resonrce-
Xul technique. The pianist play
tA several encores in response to
th hearty applause. The Ore
gon City Enterprise Biid of the
playmates. Following are two of
her porms onorad dressed
Robin Redbreast and tbe other to
Little . robin red breast
Sitting on a tree, ,
Won't you come . ,
Into the sun ,
And sing a song to ma.
Little robin red breast.
Little robin dear.
Won't yon stay
Awhile and play?.
I love to hate you near.
With a Uppity Hp
And a sklppity skip, -The
rabbit Is singing his song.
With a" friendly nip
At the carrot Up, '
He happily journeys along.
Mrs. J. E. Flanders accompan
ied Mr. Flanders as far as Salem
Wednesday on his way to San
Francisco, the former to visit fa
Salem at the home of her sister,
Mrs. L. F. Griffith for tea' days
or a fortnight.
Mrs. Walter Spauldlng Is en
tertalning with a dinner tonight
honoring Charles K. Spauldlng.
who is celebrating a -birthday.
Coming to Salem for the affair
ill be Mr. and Mrs. Cllirora
Spauldlng and daughter Jean Ma
rie of Newberg. and Miss Ila
Spauldlng from Corvallis.
Miss Helen Moore, a, student at
O. A. C. Is spending the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
U. Moore. ...
Mrs. P. E. Fullerton entertained
with a small -'dinner Thursday
night for the pleasure of Mrs. H.
M. Styles recently returned from
a visit in Walla Walla, and her
mother. Mrs. Benjamin Hill, of
that place who accompanied her
home for a several weeks stay.
piane aambers,:snd-a demonstra-
.AtIon of the Dunning ..Improved
mane sisayf in irsnspoaiuon.
chard construction and , memory
work. The pupila were assiated
by Mildred Roberts, violin, and
Master ' Gordon . Bennett, vpke.
Both gave their numbers' in
creditable manner ana were
Tne trorram roiiows::
Merry Childres s Band. Dunnies
I ', uiass. ,r, ;, . .
A Little Sonx.
Blair Foley, .Miss Weller.'
Dancing Shadows ..,.'.. ..-
Chrystalce Maxwca: ? , . .
a) Triplets . ..,.: Beyers
(b) Come fa tht Garden..
(c) Birds la the Woods
1 - a Ii . arv
- iavene jveene,
a) Bass. MIody
(b) Sleepy Time .
Florence Hinkle. , . .
Tonic Chords and Insergions.-.
Kathryn Gouley, Florence
Hinkle. Lavelle Keese.
Work." MiM Orsee Taylor, arhool
nurse: reading. -Seein Things at
NiKht." Everett Bennett: play.
-Poor Little Boy:; Herbert. Hob
aon atod his -"performing hobby
horse; girl's rhorits; play, "Re
forming tbe Bad Boy '. ;
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The marriage of Lain Macy and .
H. F. IUmes took place Saiarday .
at the parsdnage of the-First
Christian churchy Her. I. J. Evans
reading .the service. Tho couple
was attended by.MUs Helen Mor-
rish and Donald Macy. A dinner .'
at the' Hotel Marion followed the
ceremony.' covers, being - Laid for '
mersbt ra of the weddlsg party. .
Mr. and Mrs. Hitnea left oa the
1:40. Oregon Electric train for
Portland, here they were to be
the guests of Mr. fllmes parents.
Mr. and Mrs.-.A.' M. HUaes. .later
to visit relatives at Troatdale, Mr.
Hlmes is a linotype operator for.
The Statesman. - -
Afrer February Tai they wCl be
at hornt at Sit South Fourteenth
street, A' -. :.r
The Forest Lake rancn was the '
center of a pleasant surprise Fat- '
crday erealng. January 22,' whea
a rrcap of Xrieada gathered at
the. home it Joseph Schottoefer j "
iar a oaac'in .nonor oi cis orin- -day;,
The mo sic was fumlchcd by "
Mfs?s. Siebert. -Clarence Jory and
lowlflt guU:TiTf.axX Mrs. Roj'.;
Coffey. Mr. aad Mrs; Orty C3ffcs 1
lf. m.A t- , n'..!i. O. . a-
Mr.-and Mrs. Walter Stark. Mr.
and Mrs. Nemric, Mr. and Mra .
C... Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Har ;
ley Smalley, Mr. and Mrs. W. .
New,' Mr. and Mrs. J. Raises, Mr, 1
,and Mrs. W J., Fairs. Mr. ana
Mrs. John Dehcer, Mr. and Mrs. '
PbU Dencer. Charles Fteher, Mr. ;
ana urs. tester pencer, ur.an
Mrs. Dudley Oevisg, Mr. and Mrs.
H. L: Berry. Linianr Kunkel. .
Georgia Frost. Constance Stark.
Irene Frost. Theresa Scboeetler. .
(a) Crossing the Bridge. .Frlml 1 Cecelia Schottoefer, Elixabeth
(b) Ghost in the Fireplace... I schottoefer, Barbara Schottoefer.
vaidi I veneta Kaines. veraa itainea, j.
Jnlla Elvla. - iKuoxei, Dongias Mcu.enxie, Arc
(a March of tbe Forest Sprites lllechlnger. Tbeo McKenxle, Rol-
.. .....Gayaarlland Jory. wiUUm . Schottoefer,
(b) Goblin ..Caynor I Charles Ruggles, Victor rrickton.
(cl Ride a Cock Horse. .Orth I Robert Erioon. Wllbar McKen-
(a) Melody In any major or
ralaor key ................
(b) Plantation Melody
Dominant Tthsr Inversions anl
Resolution .... ..........
Ivan Kafoury. Ronald Lewis.
James FaJrchlld. Jolla El- 1
vln, Dorothy Hatchasoa
Song of the Bugle .-
Gordon Besnett. -
(Pupil of Miss Lena. Belle Tartar)
(a) Brownies Danes .........
b) Song of the Rushing Stream
(c) A Merry Heart .........
Paul Deverse. .
Story, of Hayda ........
Trot de-Cavalier ........ ...r
The Fancy Dancer
- Francis Neimeyer.
Spanish Dance (violin)
(Accompanied by Helen Robertv.
pupil of William Wallace Graham
i james raircuua.
Witches Dance ......
(s) Authentic Cadences In any
raajor or minor key.
(b) Wayside Brook ..... Smith
Donald Poo jade. -
(a) Church Bell, transposition
of the same.
(b) Plagel authentic cadence with
S-riat chord in any flat or
(c) Skating Kollak
Gwendolyn J arm ah.
Misses Irene Boje and Helen
afe. Claire McKenxle. Roe.Hecb
Inger. Oen Loveland. Lyie Raios.
ItMrnnrul iLalaa. Lester Itainea. W.
New, CecJl Iienccr, Kenneth Cof
fey, Goody make and rencny
Stsrch. . -
Mrs. S. S. East was at home to
her SOO" club yesterday after
noon, asking in additionally. Mrs.
L. E. Bean of Eugene, whs is
here with her husband Represen
tatlve Bean, during the sesison of
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Miles were
a mm a a. USAaaH T W am avar .
land during the latter part of the ,rT roi"
The first of a eerles of Ladies'
nights was given by tbe local
lodge of Elks last night, the feat
ure being a comedy, ii
Pays to Advertise. which was pat
on by the McMlnavflls Elks Otb
er entertainments for tbe pleasure
of wives and feminine friends or.
the Elks win be given In February
snd March, with the btg annual
dance coming towrda spring.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R- Westhrook
of Albany, came up to attend the
Shrine dance Tuesday night, and prey were hostesses on Friday
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I ror . dinner Tarty to which they
G. E. scnunemann. i invited a few friends. Tbe goesta
mrm Uirlnn Tim r .r VfriA Me-
Amons the out-of-town attend-i mni rxrh Pront of
ants ai e snnot Portland,
mgnt were mt, ua jr. u. v , " -a
atone oi -oriiau. -.. a xr.iHIa
1 1 ,,k 1 Jt.... at
Mrs. E-T. Basselle and Mrs. C. h . . Fonrteenth street
J. Greene contntvuiea aa enjoj- Wj-4., . yaor of . Mrs.
"TJ.uTO.S UW mother. MrJ. R.B.tn-
irruinmcui iui wis. '---- i ... rii in f . t . . iir.
tnnrwj("H.s . I tlamlltnn'a 7th birthday- COV
ibs urrson iwi'r VI I er were hid for 27.. Those pre-
r at me vusseira rvs4urucw. -t fc .,, xi
rooms of. w
r,w:";.Au. :! . ".V.Uren. and Mr. Brook's
. v a . ' - . in um Muiint. .
rr,.r;-.' i,t.r.lc. Smith ana hahr. Albany; Mr,
- .. . itewiia. and Mrs. Henry Jouox nl three
x.ir t a xtr Millar children. Infirpeu Vnre; Mr. and
McCikhrlst, Mrs. ruymoniiri. . iiauu ana ioa wwa,
One hundred and fif
ty pounds of clean-cut
manhood' juat bristling ,
with energy nd PP!
Ready to tackle any.
problem and win. nere .
he room! Sure of step
quick of action sad
keen of eye. '
By keeping his eyes
lOOCo efficient he keeps
his mind clear and keen
-keen for sction. -The
nsual headaches, nerv
ousness t and mental
dullness' so common to
defsctlvs vision never
trouble him. That's
why he is a comer.
Why . not have your
eyes srxamJsed? ; Ton.
may need glasses or new
' Eyesight 'Specialists
2 0 4-2 11 Salem Bant of
. SALEM. OREGON