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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1922)
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Society, General Heist g& ChzzTi:!
SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1922
PRICE: FIVE CUtTS
By MARGUERITE OLEESON
DEFIKTE plans for a "Music
Week" pre being laid by a
. r committee of five, repre
' tenting: tbe Salem District Oregon
i ' v State Music Teachers association.
. Tt datejwfll probably be early
; in May. Tha accredited teachers
f of Salem who are active members
' 4 of tbe local organization . hare
,: long bad the idea In mind for -a
i week'f program featuring recitals,
concerts sad community sings. A c
1 tioo was taken in December and
tbe committee baa recently made
plans (hat are soon.: to be an
. ; aoanced. J .
s Tbe Jbservanc of "Music
1; Week" has, been successfully exe-
" tuted all over the United States.
Tbe state; federation and national
- federation of music clubs have
fortered this movement and for
the yast several years the music'
' centers of tha country have pld
special attention to "Music
, . Week -: ;
. Mrs. W. E. Anderson. Jt't La-lT-;
Molae Clark, Mrs. W. A. Denton,
Mrsi Bertha Junk-Darby . and
Dan Langenberg constitute i the
committee and the hearty cooper
; , atlon is urged of all interested in
! thi- promotion of music and its
splendid Influence. .v v
Voluntary., contributions rer
ceited -will probably be used, as a
HAS RAISED A HEW
Oecsute it's made in the
most careful and scientific
manner; from absolutely
pure in the baking and in-.
sure wholesome, healthful
Eccause it possesses the
greatest leavening power.
Cecause it is not affect-
d by time or weather-r it
never loses its strength
ana never iaus.
; Cecause it is more ecd
"j nomical you save when
4 : you buy it and you save
wnen you use ic. i
1 These are a few of the
reasons why Calumet is
v ihe standard baking pow
- der the choice of millions
" f rinr rvinr snlrl than
of any other brand.
Try it always buy IV
Your grocer can supply
AM IN I
A tKMUxi cam of Cala( cntalna fall
13 .caaa laataad of 16 ocean. B
nucleus for a community building
Mrs. D. E. S. Hammond returns
Friday from a month's visit in
California. Meet of the time she
was with her son. Wesley II. Ham
mond, who aftfr graduating from
Willamette in 1918. and spending
somer years In the government er
vice at Anapolis. is now taking a
post-graduate course in the Uni
versity of California at Be rite-
Dr. Hammond went down to
California w5th Mrs. Hammond
but returned to Salem two .weeks
ago. He was with hr when thi-y
visited In San Jose, where they
found Prof. .1. Tillaman, a former
professor in Willamette, now in
thejSau, Jose high school.
Englewofxl Home social , elnb
was entertained by Mrs. Perkins
at the home of her daughter,-Mrs.
Edwin Cooler. Games, music and
readings were enjoyed, then a
pantomime entitled "Wanted, a
WITo," first act. and the marriage,
second act aws cleverly carried
out by a number of the ladies, as-J
sisiea oy uariana Simpson.
A- delightful luncheon was serv
ed. Twenty-two adults and six
children were preint to enjy
this successful social evening. The
next meeting will be with Mrs. J.
Miss Gay MacLaren.. who will !
be presented by the Salem Arts
league, in "Enter Madame" to
night,, will arrive this afternoon
from Tacoma. Miss MacLaren
will be a guest this evening at
dinner with Mr. and Mrs.. J. M.
Clifford. Other guests win be
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bacheller
of Corvallis. !
. Mr. and Mrs. Bacheller will be
house guests at the Clifford hovne
this evening and will attend the
MacLaren presentation of the
Mrs. Arthur E. Young returned
yesterday to Eugene following a
rew days spent with friends in
Salem. Dr. and Mrs. Youngr for
merly lived in Salem - and have
many friends here, ,
Mrs. Young. accompanied her
daughter, Mm-Ralph J. .Beck and
little Barbara Anne. Beck ta Sa-
lem. Mrs. Beck was returning to
her home In South tend follow
ing a vUit wito hef parents tin
Eugene'. 'iff ifli ,
Gay MacLaren, t.the celebrated
dramatic artist, who is to b-a.pTe-.
sented by the Salem Arts; league
at the Grand theater this-evening,
will arrive in, Salenr this) after
noon, making her head(?uamra at
the Marion botef. Mrs. J. W.
Harbison, president of the league,
and Mrs. John Jit.' Clifford will
see that her brief stay in Salem
is made pleasant, s
Members of the ticket commit
tee of the leagne are most grati
fied over the way the event has
been accepted by local folk, Sa
lem proving again that it is ever
rtfady to paltronize really high
class and worth., while affairs.
Many line parties have been
formed, and a number of groups
ofl students have taken advan
tage of the specially priced tick
! Both Miss Elizabeth Lord and
Miss , Mabel Robertson saw the
original of "Enter Madame,"
which .Miss MacLaren Is to give
tonight, while in New York city
last year, and both are most eulo
gistic In commenting on the play,
confirming the press comments
that were glven .suchv widespread
notice. tinv iu: olSlv- 'x
Most of, the tickets have been
reserved, but' those who plan to
buy tickets at-the box. off ice of
the GraMd"tteater Jodarar
urged to -purchase arly, thus se
curing better seats. k -
"Austin Bombay Heist Baroda!
Not much of a message but it
came halfway around the world,
to Salem by wire, to tell of the
arrival of Mis4 Laura Heist and
Miss Laura Austin in their new
missionary 1 field of India. Miss
Heist is a Salem girl while Miss
Austin is froji Wood burn.
The two young women not on
ly know wkr2 they are to work
'they're already there and on
the; job. Baroda is the original
home of the Indian diamond; the
Gaekwar of itaroda is said to have
the most marvellous gems in the
history of tho world. Bnt dazzling
gems by th' bushel have not suf
ficed to break down the cruel bar
riers of caste. Tbe land is under
a', social bligV. beside which the
smallpox woi l.l be almost a pleas
ant diversion--and they have that,
too, along with evjery itch and
rheum and tnalady that human
flesh. can know.
Bombay is one of tbe biggest,
richest, filthiest cities of teeming
Hindustan. The young women do
not go into absolutely new, un
charted territory, but western civ
ilization has made so little head
av against the swarming millions,
almost bilion3 of fatalistic peo
ples who are born and die faster
than they can be metamorphosed,
that there is a new audience, a
new field, ilmcst every day.
The many friends of the two
young women, in Salem and else
where in Oregon, will be glad to
loam of their safe arrival in their
sacrificial fields of labor.
Gay MacLaren under aus
pices of Salem Arts league in
Pythian Sisters club, W. O.
W. hall, at 2:30.
Poetry section of Arts
league, with Mrs. E.'E. Bots
ford, 32.3 N. Church.
P. E. O. with Mrs. O, E.
Price. 658 Center street.
W. R. C. Aid society with
Mrs. F. B. Southwick, 1079
Highland Mothers' club.
Piety Hill club with Mrs.
C. K. Spanlding. : .
"Women'B Alliance of Uni
tarian church, with Mrs. G.
Steiner. 1055 Court.
. Congregational Missionary
society with Mrs. P. W. Steus-loff.
needy persons who can find a way
to have it hauled. One kind
hearted truckman, despite the
gas attack and the submarine and
the air bombs and the Big Ber
thas that the state has made on
trucking, offers to. haul a loadf.
or two ol this lignt wooa ior
especially- needy people if they'll!
send in word. No one has as;
yet offered to carry it into tne
woodshed "or to come early and
start the fires, but maybe some I
one iwill do so on reading of these
other generous offers. ;
Sum Realized at i
Trinity Church Event
SILVERTOX, Or.. Jan. 30. j
(Special to. Tha Statesman.) The
musical organization composed of
the Trinity band nd Trinity or
chestra gave a musical program
followed by a baiket social Fri
day night. The proceeds of the
sale of baskets were $73.10. Al
fred Jensen presided during the
The following program was
given: Selection the band; se
lection by tha orchestra trom
bone solo by Oliver Holraan. with
piano' accompantineut by- Miss
Dora Henriksen; cornet solo by
Ambs Benson, with piano aceom
paniment by Miss Esther Lawn;
selection by a trio composed of
Oaylord Davis piano, Selmer, Ness
saxophone, and Eddie Evans xylo
phone; selection by the band, and
a selection by the orchestra.
Wilbar Glenn Voliva Has not so
fir denounced the law-of gravita
tion, but be bas some distance to
go yet He may Jump la and re
peal it )nt to show that ha 14
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No one could prove exactly tbe
way it happened but following h
pufuiic prayer at - the Salvation
Army headquarters Friday night
for the finding ond return of Cap
tain Watson's violin, it actually
was found and it is now again on
the army rolls as a servant of
the worlds , . '. . .: -i, ?
After Captain and Mrs. Watson
had gone home, and Captain Wat
son had gone over the roads where
he thought it, was at all possible
for the violin to have been lost
out of the back of his car, Mrs.
"I have a feeling that I ought
to go out and look once more. It
was after 11 o'clock at night, and
snowing -; quite hard. Captain
Watson urged her not to go. But
sne followed the inspiration
and found the violin, snowed un
der but unharmed.
The violin is by Llandulphus, a
famous old Italian maker, of a
somewhat later school than Strad-
ivarius and Amarl at Cremona,
but still one of the rare old mas
ters. It Is valued at $500, It it
were put up for a sale, though the
owner would not part with it for
any such) price. -He had carried
it for 31 years, in his-array work.
It has sung and laughed and
mourned In saloons, dance halls.
palaces, homes,, aad in the open
air, wherever he has traveled. It
has suffered from exposure, and
perhaps a more carefully tended
instrument might have a shade
the finer tone. But if violins
barer solus, and there is a heaven
to which, they go when they've
ended their physical life, this bat
tered old Salvation Jinny fiddle
looks to be slated for, something
better than some of tbe inconse
quential loafer fiddles that have
been stored 4 away. In beautiful
boxes and that haven't a scratch
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