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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1921)
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BY MOLLY BRUNK
MEMBERS of the Salem Com
mercial rlnh. tl.tlr wives
and friends are antlcipat
lar "the concert to he given by
, salent Symphony orchestra
V. v.ninf In theTlnh auditori-
ukich is to be
a i otuplimen
A mixed pro-
will be presented.
lr. and Mr. II. P. Peters of
Hoqulajtt. Wa?H., formerly of Sa-,-m
who arrived about a week
! 1: ' . .i-i . I
It's the inimitable
Dai. Mont k Tomato
Sauce and the Del
Montb Method of
make Dei, Monte
I Beans different
from any other a
i , . you ve ever irieu.
And they're as
, economical as they '
V - are good.
n ,r ... . ia" le leading lemtnlne
O. P Iloff entertained as 0tne appearing In the ca
-week guest Mrs. t.ny Rey- vgs KIorence Dell. Miss 1
f Portland. ir-oai ua t k.i mh.mii,
Salem School of Expreision
Lain Rosamond Walton; Director
147 U. Commercial
phone 592 1484J
ago -to make an extended visit at
the home of the latter s parent?,
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cotterhian.
wre the inspiration for an en
joyable evening of cards, which
Mrs. Clarence Townsend arranged
for last night. Several tables
were arranged for 'iou" in the
rooms made festive with hearts,
cupids and other emblems of St.
Valentine's day. 0
Thn( tr3fnt were Mr: and
Mr?. O. C, Wat kins, Mr. and Mrs.
IHn Pane. Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Hlatsdell. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Taylor, Mrs. Winnie Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Town-send.
nolds of Portland
. Mrs. George Rewell of Rose
burg is the guest of Mrs. Marie
Mrs. R. O. Schuckling has gone
to Denver, Colo., being called
there by the, very serious Illness
of her brother. Warren Gilbert.
Malcolm Smith will come down
from O. A. C. tonight to spend
th week-end with his parents.
Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith Jr.
An enjoyable surprtse was
planned for I. D. Hutchinson: by
Mrs. Hutchinson, the affair wh'ich
took place Tuesday night at their
cottage at the Falrgronnds, be
ing In honor of the former's
birthday. All the Insignia of St.
Valentine's day was. introduced in
th decorations. Informal enter
tainment was furnished, culmin
atins with a late sumter. which
featured a birthday cake, lighted
by 46 pink and white tapers.
Those asked to participate were
Mr., and Mrs. II. H. Davis. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ragsdale, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Beamer. Mrs George
Smith. Mrs. Z. J. RigS". Mis
Esther Davis, -Miss Mary Rags
dale, Miss Ruth Hutchinson. Miss
Edna Lorey. Joseph Davis. Thos.
Ireland. Harry Wright and Wil
Salem friends of Rev. E. B.
Lockhart. wbc was recently ap
pointed to a pastorate in Jeffer
son, are much interested in the
illustrated lectare, which? he is
nlannlng to give shortly In Jet-
i ferson. He will speak on his war Tdesel. Miss Ieah
wor in Tanc. Germany
Poland. . j
5 1 Mrs. V H. Mackenzie was an
I other Lotes entertaining wilb
a farewell compliment for Miss
LJlllu HolJan. who left Thurs
day for Alberta. Canada, to tiiak
her home. Mrs. Mackenzie cuu
tributed a small dinner Wednes
day night, at her apartments in
the Court, another guest being
Mr. Watson of Philadelphia. Later
intthe evening Mr. aud Mrs. A.
I. laflar Joined the group.
Mi.-s Julia Parker of Portland!
arrived this week and will be I
entertained for several days as
the hous guest of Mrs. Frank
The English play, "The Ami
rnns," by Sir Arthur Pinero. will
be given in the high school audi
torium this evening under the
auspices of the associated student
body. Miss-Josephine Bross
take the leading feminine
V tubals. Mrs. ! D You nr.
andlElva F.stes. Mrs. C. W. Hubbard brideg
Sunday and daughter. Winnie, who was taaen
sick at tne nome oi wr .-,
Hadley Mrs. Mary Ball. - ; ,.,,).
Mrs. J. u. uraiR """"
the last of the week. j
Mrs. F. A. Wood is o the rick
a "brother of the; light snow fell here
room. tinUlDK wim ine ionaj.
? ,rnA Minla,vra MU Minnie? Mr. and Mrs. W
UUU V.I4ICU(X u...v. " K " - " ' I . . . . ... .
The Philodosiatw of 'tiie-nnl-t The ceremony, which was wit-, to attend th Friend meeting
me t n lonosiairs oi . : nc..,.i k.- ...i .tuo. .nd friends. there. They found tb roads al-
hteVnoZ at fon'k ""at took place at the home of the ; ,,, impb.e this U.u.of year. list " ' ,ur m,s,er did no, .r-!
which time alumni In the citr f PenU. 'lmA'r 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hadley v.su- riTWre S-nday a-4 eipecteU but
be welcomed as guests. tW. nlof CouM f1?"?- . . ! rtbat hwuu.d come next
kireei nriiian rinimi. "
home on the
and batter on your tread.
Freddy Why. of coarae. moth-
One piec of bread doe tot
Members of die Catholic Wo-
a . ft. 1 m'kkf
man s league netu a re". j ,noit tri.,
Ins in the Knights of Columbus,
hail yesterday auemoon. j ranch a, shaw
. I field to reside
A double wedding ToK place in ; Mlirlun-
Shaw Wednesday night, whlclt
united in marriage, M is A1 f: 'MVKIU.I.E
Larson and Jacob P. oung. and'
Miss Eva K. I-rson and Koy . .
S.r.rtt.t AtionHintr the former: t l.U tUliAur..
aud Mrs. Sco
a farm near
Mr. and Mrs. cnanes uates anu .
daughter. Oltve. of Cage. Mon-p "
arrivea nere t rmay. i n-? i
home of J. M. Hamilton.
You WU1 Buy
f . Pot, 1 T
5rnfi-ld Attending the former i vi.ucim.ii.r.. wi.. . -. . ;
were Miss AUr" Teferson and Ilea- Special to The S,a.esman,-A to Turner to
t give you a kind of
. .. ; tUnr ta meet a rlrl yoi
home of J. M. tiamuion. iwj - -
expect to locate in Oregon and al- used I to be engaged to .long : oT
though this Is their first visit to; "Yep. Alw?" mlkfm?o ?1 ti
, the state they are very favoraniy wneiner u -' -
I impressed with the country. (bad as mine was. -Life.
Louis Henn is visited Salem Sat-
! nrday evening. 1 Motber-Oh. Freddy. I thought
i . . . ii i ! vr.n w-re trvinr tu eeoaotuia. and
airs. Herman wiv" . ".. 4,
Why not tet the best at first
The Store of Houseware
Seeley, Miss Mabel Marcus. Miss
Frances Ward, Frank Chapman.
Don a I Davidson. Arthur Mont
gomery. Ralph Hamilton. Joseph
Albright. Alden Roberts. Roland
Iteinhart. Miss Itpatrien Tlutmu-
sen. English teacher, coacheil the
2 ' --r
Shop in the morning hours if possible
This is a real Opportunity to buy New, Seasonable
; ; Merchandise at
OPPORTUNITY DAY PRICES
wi,J,;nrtn Guaranteed Shoes formenand boys.
O- v ft , J 11
.1 X- nnrl p-irlS.
Mayer guaranteed snoc -
Oxfords, new arrivals, browii or black,
stilish. Pretty shoes, best quality, moderate price.
Men'. IW Shirts. New patterns, best quality
Big variety. First class workmanship. See the
new goods at the new prices.
The Willamette University
Glee club is expected home the
last of the week from its exten
sive northwestern tour. The fin
al out-of-town concert will be
given in Portland tomorrow night
wan a uome concert later.
"Last Monday." says the
Brownsville Times, of Friday,
February 11. "being the 40th
blrthdar nf M. R Wnmlwnrth
principal of the south side school.
ana unaay being me -twin ninn
t ' v nf fiaa fJoraliliiiA T)ridUMn
! altn nf thA um r hrvnl ihf eiehth
grade engineered a surprise birth
day dinner at noon in the school-
house, each member bringing a
well-filled basket. Three other
teachers were invited to partake
of the dinner, namelv. Miss Blan
chard. Miss Beatrice Wolgamnth
and Mrs. Johnson."
Kpraldin Davidson la a former
Salem girl, being the granddaugh
ter of Mr. and Jdrs. T. C. Davidson
of 1534 South Commercial street.
A group of members of the Or
der of the Eastern Star went to
Tumor W'winpsdar night, where
they were guests of the local cnap
ter. Among those going were Miss
Minnie Moehler, Mrs. F. E. Sha
fer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaver.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dunsford.
Mrs. Gertrude J .M. Page. Mrs.
Eugenia Gilllngham, Dr. and Mrs.
John R. Sites, Mrs. M. C Pettys
and Mrs. Uttley.
St. PanV Guild of St. Paul's
Episcopal church will meet at the
heme of Mrs. Lenta Westacott,
575 Cotrrt street, this afternoon.
i The presence in the city of May
Yohe (Lady Frances Hope), did
not create so great a furore as
might be expected. Those who met
her outside the theatre, where ahe
gave a two-day performance,
found her a most charming wo
man wrr handsome, and the
possessor of a personality of rare
For manv rears owner and
wearer of the famous Hope dia
mond it was to this fact that ahe
owed 'her claim to world-wide no-
teriety. But it was not because' or
heine known as Lady Francis
Hope, nor owner of the famous
iiiamnnrt that London was at her
foot following her marriage to the
English lord, however, but on ac
count of her being considerea me
mnt taatiful woman in all En-
vionit in addition to being beau
tiful she possessed a wonderfully
rirh and deeo contralto voice, ana
thfl still take nride in entertain
ing with songs, both popular and
ot.Ksta Amimf the selections she
sines is "Mr Dear Old Georgia."
nmhahlr the WlOSt TJOUUlar Oi all
hr selections. She also tells
stories and is an entertainer.
Tha invenile Dartv given by
Mrs. W. Al Cummings last Friday
:trr Din t1HffltMrj of the ThTCC
Links club was a delightful affair.
participated In by several addi
tional guests as well. Festoons of
hearts and pussy willow made the
attractive. Assistant hos
tesses were Miss Hazel Price, Mrs.
w i. i,rsh Mrs Damon Fleener
nd Mrs. Fred RleadeseL
Entertainment sultaDie to me
mcalnn was furnished, the fol
lowing giving numbers on the pro
gram: Mrs. A.H. uunn, airs. w.
vr.o. fr. M. C. Pettys. Mrs.
;W. Al Cummings. Mrs. Fred Ries-
"Red Letter Day" at
The Phenominal Selling For The Past Week Has Depleted Our
Stock of Suits, So for Saturday, Next Week's Selling, We Have
U N D
From Our Regular Stock, Including Many Worsteds, Priced
Regular at $35m to $65.00, Giving a Complete Assortment of
Styles and Sizes at
FEIN FOLKS IE
rw..frt4: Kuril Lades "Arc lung
lieclpe 01 ?age
Cojlton Blankets, 64xS0,
weight 2 pounds. Best
eride . -$2.45
Renfrew Devonshire, big
assortment, new price,
Yard . 38c
j i : '
27 inch Amoskeag Ging
hams, plain or plaids.
Outing Flannel, good
oualitv. vard 17c
w 9 . i
cnknlMie Comforts, 100
ntr rent Dure cotton, $5
32 in. Zephyr Ginghams,
nnnlitv. oretty pai-
.. - m
ir in. Percale, good qual-
240 and 246 Commercial St
Hair that loses i:s color and
n. hn if fades, turns
gray, dull and lifeless Is caused by
io.fr nt cninhnr in the hair. Our
grandmother made up a mixture
c t., .nd Knlnhur to keep
her locks dark and beautiful and
thousands of women and men who
i . v. Avon rn nr. vu
ful dark shade of nairwnic. ..
.n...llii tia oniV in 15 u'u-"""-
TWrr' w. t this famous
mixture improved by the addition
.i i.roiiiDnii bv asking at
j - .! for a bottle OI
?. A- ".x..- c..a and Sulohur Com
pound." which darkens tn)
f ...,n t evenly, that no-
bidTn possibly tell it has been
rf.. V tn damnen a
appuea. . r- wlln-t ,nd
VZu,: .h tour hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time. By
mfrning the gray hair disappears;
.... .nht the ladies With
o- and Snlnhur Is that
besides beautifully darkening the
n.,r 'MI -vl-v iyTm -lo and lus
also DrluKi m. o .
fre and gives It an appearance of
I ' All Men's
Regular $2.50 to $15
1 "and Get- 2