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. By MARGUERITE GLEfiSON :
M RS. ASA H EL BUSU. who is
spending a few days In
, , Portland was honored at an
attractive luncheon Friday, riven
by lira, Lewis I. McArthur. Mrs.
Bash only returned from abroad a
few months ago and was charm
ingly - feted . by . her Portland
Quests at the luncheon in
Mrs. Ferdinand Smith, Mrs. J.
Guy : Richards, Mrs. Maxwell
Wood. Mrs. Kanneth Beebe, Mrs.
Lawrence R. Wheeler and Mrs.
DEAN and MRS. H. D. CHAM.
; BERS will be honored at a
I reception to be gtren Wed
nesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George A. White,
J46 Bellerue street The guests
ofof honor have recently moved to
Salem from Portland. Dean Cham
bers Is the new rector of St. Paul'e
Musical numbers will be given
by Mrs. W. Carlton' Smith, Leon
Jennlson and Miss Bruce Putnam.
- The committee In charge of the
reception is composed of Mrs. . G.
O J. Blnghtm. Mrs. Amos Strong.
Mrs. Joseph Baumgartner, Mrs.
William Lytle and Mrs. U. G.
Assisting in 'Serving -will be
Miss Eliza Nolan, Miss Sarah Lan
sing; Miss Ruth Kuhn and Miss
Lellj Kuhn. i
i ! -
B RIDGB parties were Burner
X ous during the last week
. land many suggested the
coming Valentine season in their
appointments. Several of the
parties met for luncheon and en
joyed the pleasure of a card
game following the luncheon
Mrs. George A. White enter
tained on Tuesday afternoon with
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THE OREGON STATESMAN.
three tables of bridge, and in
vited addition?! gnests for tea at
4:30. The living room was at
tractively decorated In pussy wil
lows. In the dining room red
carnations and red candles in
crystal candle sticks were used.
Mrs. Ben Olcott and Mrs. Henry
Meyers poured, and Mrs. Connel
Dyer and Mrs. James Dusenburg
assisted In serving. Mrs. White's
guests were Mrs. Henry Meyers.
Mrs. Louis Lachmund, Mrs. John
McXary. Mrs. O. C Locke. Mrs.
Ben Olcott. Mrs. T. C. Cmith Jr.,
Mrs. W. Connel Dyer, Mrs. James
Dusenbury. Mrs. Karl Flegel,
Mrs. Dan Fry Jr., Mrs Ashael
Bush. Mrs. Frank Spears. Mrs.
David Eyre. Mrs. Charles Robert
son. Mrs. Ercel Kay, Mrs. F. G.
Andrae, Mrs. Homer Goulet, Mrs.
Melvln Plimpton," Mrs. H. H. 01
inger, Mrs. Ed Baker, Mrs. John
Caughell, Mrs. Arthur Vassal
Mrs. Henry Cotnoyer, Mrs. J. E.
Law, Mrs. L. S. Sheldon. Mrs.
Kenneth Brown, Miss Elizabeth
Maclcay, Miss Elizabeth Lord,
Miss Margaret Cosper, Miss Dor
othy Pearce. M'ss Mabel Robert
son and Miss Marie Churchill.
Mrs. C. E. Knowland was a
charming hostess Thursday af
ternoon when she entertained the
Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. E.
L. Kapphahn won high score dur
ing the afternoon.
Cut flowers formed attractive
decorations in the living rooms.
The hostess was assisted in serv
ing by her daughter, Pauline
Knowland. Mrs. W. I. Needham
will be hostess for the group in
Guests of the club for the af
ternoon were Mrs. O. A. Olsen,
Mrs. P. E. Fullerton. Mrs. Elmer
Daue. Mrs. William Cravatt, Mrs
Harley White and Mrs. Frederick
Q. Delano. Members present for
the afternoon were Mrs. Lew Al-
drich, Mrs. E. L. Kapphahn, Mrs
Clare Inman, Mrs. Roma Hunter,
Mra. W. I. Needham. Mrs. Frank
Ward, Mrs. Hal Patton, Mrs. K
C. Quinn. Mrs. O. L. Fisher, Mrs
Clyde Johnson and Mrs. Scott
Mrs. Lee L. Gilbert entertained
for the Wednesday Bridge club
this week. Mrs. Phil Franklin
won high score. The hostess was
assisted In serving by her daugh
ter, Eariel Lee. Th9 club will
meet February 15 with Mrs. Paul
Mrs. Hugh . McCammon enter
tained this week for the Wedne
day Bridge Luncheon club. Cut
flowers were used on the prettily
appointed luncheon table. Guests
of the club were Mrs. John Carbon
Jr.; Mrs. Raymond Walch. Mrs
Paul Hendricks and Mias Eliza
beth Lord. Mrs. Keith Powell
will entertain the group Febi c
Salem Nobles of the Mystic
Shrine, their wives and invited
guests made merry at the Shrine
Mosque last Thursday evening
with a revival of the old-fashioned
bov social. More than 50 decorat
ed boxes, some of them cleverly
designed, and filled with the choi
cest products of a good house
keeper's culinary art, were auc
tioned to the Nobles by Hal Pat-
No One Goes into
Pay as You
ton and William McGiichrist Jr.
The mirth provoking quips and
the make-believe heckling be
tween the auitioneers and their
bidders served to arouse a car
nival spirit among the gathering
and this spirit in turn, was man
ifested throughout all of the eve
ning's activities. After the boxes
had been sold , each purchaser
sought out the lady whose nam-i
wis hidden away inside of the
box and the entire party was
seated at long tables arranged
about the hall. Hot coffee was
served by the Shriners and an or
chestra played lively popular
music for those of the diners who
chose dancing as an in-between
with their repast.
Interspersed with the dinner
and the dancing was a program of
several delightful special num
bers. Mrs. William H. Prunk
sang "The Bluebird." (Kumler)
and responded to encores; Wil
liam A. Dalziel entertained wfth
humorous readings; Miss Ina
Claire Love rendered; a vio'.in solo
and was recalled for an encore
and Oscar Gingrich, in his origi
nal manner, sang late popular
songs in which the listeners parti
cipated by "joining: in on the
chorus." Community singing was
heartily entered into under the
leadership of William McGiichrist
Jr. Jrofessor John R. Sites ac
companied at the piano for the so
loists and ensemble singing.
Dancing rounded but the eve
ning's pleasantries arid the arrival
of 12 o'clock brought with it the
unanimous verdict, for the enter
tainment committee,! of a splen
did success. The committee was
composed of Albert H. Gille. E. B.
Potter, William McGiichrist. Jr..
C. E. Wilson and Oscar B. Ging
rich. Mrs. H. H. Ollinger was hostess
at a charming birthday piriy Fri
day. The guests' birthdays ccme
within a few days of each other in
February and it has become the
custom for the different women
to entertain in turn. Individual
birthday cakes wen at each place
The table decorations were in
The guests were Mrs. W. Carl
ton Smith, Mrs. George Rodgers,
Mrs. R. E. lee Steiner. Mrs. Ben
Olcott and Mrs. Rnuben P. Boise.
The Ruphiterian c:ub was en
tertained Thursday Ijy Mrs. H. V.
Compton. Sewing and visiting oc
cupied the hours. Refreshments
were served by the hostess, assist
ed by Mrs. L, H. Compton. Mrs
E. A. Colony will (entertain the
club next month
A little son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Robertson of 681
North Winter street; January 14.
lad, as he seems to exactly fill the
specifications, and ' th.?y have
named him Donald Richard. Mrs.
Robertson was Miss Louise Ben
son, daughter of the late Judge
Benson, and one of the most pop
ular young women in Willamette
university and Salenj musical cir
Two weddings of Interest to Sa
lem people will be solemnized to
day. Mrs. Lillian Hartshorn will
be married at noon jtoday to Al
exander Robertson j of Condon.
Rev. W. C. Kantneriof the First
Congregational churth will offi
ciate. Mrs. Hartshorn hag been popu-
This is a noticeable quality of
the frocks that we have or
dered for this spring season.
And when a dress does that
makes you even prettier
and more fascinating than
any other dress has done?
then it has accomplished the
most wonderful thing.
The spring frocks are of
taffeta ruffled and out
standingand of crepe which
hangs slenderly and with inf i
nite grace. j
You Will Find
when you drop in at Shipley's
to view them, that they sur
pass your keenest expecta
tions of what you had hoped
the spring frocks would lje!
And their prices, which ire
unusually moderate, range
Debt by the
PRESIDENT, OF SALEM WAR MOTHERS
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Mrs. John Carson, who has been president of the local chap
ter of the American War Mothers ever since its organization.
lar in musical circles in Salem and
has been organist in the Congre
gational church for some time.
Her relatives reside in Minnesota
from which place she came to Sa
lem two years ago. Mr. Robertson
is an elevator man at Condon.
Miss Gladys Page, who will be
married today to Floyd E. White
of Corvallis. ; was honored at two
parties th:s week. Mrs. Frank A.
Baker was a charming hostess
Wednesday eVening for a dinner
party In her honor. Covers were
'aid for eight.
Valentine decorations were sed
in great profusion in the dining
room. A large silver Dasxet oi
red carnations centered the table
md red hearts festooned the chan
delier. The place cards were tiny
hearts with arrows through them.
The only light was that from red
candles in lovely candle sticks.
Miss Page was honored at a mis
cellaneous shower at the Bunga
low Christian church Friday eve
ning when the young people or
the church -entertained for her.
Valentine decorations were used
Miss Page is a popular Salem
irl who has been employed in the
Union Abstract company ofrices
since she completed hig-h school.
Mr. White is attending the Ore
gon Agricultural college and they
will make their home in Corvallis
until June at least.
Mrs. William H. PruniK was a
charming hostess Wednesday eve
ning honoring Mrs. W. A. John
son. Pussy willows and carna
tions formed the decorations in
the rooms. Supper was served by
I the hostess assisted by Mrs. John
The guests included Mrs. W. A.
Johnson. Mrs. L'n Smith. Mrs.
Ralph Glover. Mrs. John Brophy,
Miss Rose Amort, Mrs. R. -W. I,w
is, Mrs. Chalmcr tleorge, Mr?. Roy
Bohannon. Mrs. Ralph White, Miss
Margaret White. Mrs. Meier, Mrs.
Victor McKenzie. Miss Inez Fltts.
Miss Lela Johnson. Mrs. W. 11.
Tho Daughters of Isabella en
tertained at a "Hard Times" card
party this week. Members and
friends of the organization attend
ed in numbers to fill 14 tables.
The committee in charge evinc
ed unique and original ideas in
Loth decorations and menu.
Mrs. A. E. Huckestein, Martin
Petzel and Mr. and Mrs Frank
Davey were awarded prizes for
the best "hard times" costumes.
High scores in 500 were made
bv Mrs. S. Breitenstin and T. M.
Barr. The consolation prizes
were given to Mrs. Fred Irons
ind M. Gehrman. The committee
In charge of the evening's enter
tainment was composed of Mrs.
J. G. Nadon, Mrs. James E. Heen
an and Mrs. Joseph Bach.
Announcement was made this
week of the comine marriage of
Miss Jessie Kate Miller, popular
Salem girl, to Eoragne H. Carter
of Pendleton. The wedding cere
mony will be performed at the
home of the bride's parents at
Harrisburg Sunday, February 12.
and will be attended by members
of the immediate families of the
Xiss Miller is the daughter or
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller, for
many years residents of Harris
burg. She obtained her early ed
ucation in the common schools of
Harrisburg. and in 1917 attended
Oregon Aericultural college. She
came to Salem a few years ago.
id for the past 12 months has
been employed as stenographer .n
he off'ces of the clerk of th Ore
gon supreme i court Misp Miller
is a favorite of the younger circles
Mr. Carter U manager of a
large stor at Pendleton, bur for
merly resided in Salom and Port
land. H's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
R f. Carter. re resident or the
letter rt". He is a graduate or
the Fniversitv or Oregon and is a
member of the S'gma Nn and A'
nha Kappa Psi frafrnitips. TTe
also ls a memher or IHie Multno
mah Athletic club of Portland.
Immediately following the wed-
fin ceremony the ronnle will go
to Portland, where they will pass
two or thre davs. They thn will
continue their journey to Pendle
ton, where they will make their
Mrs. A. O. Hoffman of Forest
Grove spent a few days with her
'"ighter. Alone, at Lausanne hall
Mrs. Fred Fewnr
ys this week in Independence
Sa'em folks attending the
Glnck-Zimbalist concept last v-"v
included Mrs. O. J Scbe Miss
''race ' Babcock, Bliss Bertha
Rroyle. Miss Julia Webster aid
Miss Georgle Brovles. , U-s
' Mra.- Madison ' Curtla Harris ot
Eugene will return to her home
today following a few days Tislt
at the home of Mrs. L. T. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blessing are
visiting with Mrs. Blessing's par
ents in Marcola.
Mr. and Mrs. Asahel Bush went
to Portland Friday.
Mrs. J. I. Savage of Portland
is vls:ting at the home of her
brother, Felix Davis.
Mrs. Lee Canfield will return
today following a two weeks' vis
it in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Shipley and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Law are going
to Portland today. Mrs. Law will
remain for several days.
COMING SOCIAL EVENTS I
The Thursday club will be en
tertained this week by Mrs. G. G.
Bingham at her home. Mrs. M.
M. Chapman will be joint hostess.
The Progressive Dancing club
will give their dance on Valen
tine day, February 14, and It too
will be In the form of a masquer
Mrs. Fred Ellis will -entertain
the Golden Hour club Thursday
at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barber on
North Cottag" street will enter
tain the F. E. F. II. club Friday
night of this week.
Mrs. J. D. Simpson will enter
tain the Englewood circle Thurs
Mrs. Guy Harris will entertain
the Friday Bridge club this week.
The Priscilla club w'U be en
tertained Thursday by Mrs. C. M.
The Shrine Patrol dance has
been postponed until February 16.
The affair will be an elaborate so
cial function to which Shriners
will be invited.
A reception will be given for
llev. and Mrs. II. I). Chambers at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
A. White on Bellevue street Wed
nesday. Because the society and
club pages go to press un
usually early Saturday, it is
necessary that reports of so
cial affairs and club notices
be in the Statesman office
Friday evening or early Sat
urday. No reports will be
received in future later than
4 o'clock Saturday after
noon unless by special ar
rangement in the case of
meetings held Saturday af
ternoon. The society editor
is in the office from 1 until
4 o'clock and from 7 until 10
The Nu Bone
is the IDEAL Corset for
the stout, medium and
slight forms. Come and
have Miss Lyons explain
all the technical points of
a perfectly made gar
ment. We carjy the new
Hose Supporter with de
tachable belt. Every wo
man's necessity. Will
show and explain belt for
A. E. LYONS
Nu Bone Corset Parlors
Balcony, Portland Cloak
and Suit Co.
SUNDAY MORKTKC. FEBRUARY 5. 1922
WITH the second of the Apol
lo club series of concerts
only two weeks away, the
usual lively interest is being
manifested in music circles and
among the large associate mem
bership enjoyed by the dub this
i season. The concert comes on
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
February 21 and 22 and will
again lie given in the Grand tne
j ater. This second concert gives
1 promise of being the biggest and
I best of the series since there wii.
I be two soloists, both artists in
! their respective fields. Mr. Uid
( eon Hicks. Canadian basso, will
be the first bass soloist ever pre
I sehted by the club and Mrs. Uer
j trude Huntley Green, the first in
jstrumental soloist to perform in
j an ApqUo club program. Mrs.
I Green baa the reputation -not only
of being one of the foremost pian
ists of the country but of being
also one of the most beautiful ar
tists on the concert stage of today.
As for the Apollo club's share of
the program, every one of the
singers is firm in the belief that
the selectfons which they are
now rehearsing under the direc
tion of Prof. John R. Sites, whl
constitute the most pleasing group
of men's choral numbers ever
sung by the club in its five years
A musical program will be giv
en by the quartet and organist t
the Presbyterian church this eve
ning at 7:30, assisted by Miss
Dorothy Pearce and Miss Marion
Emmons. Members of the quar
tet are Miss Ada Miller, soprano
and director, Delia Ansler, con
tralto, H. B. Glalyser, tenor and
Charles Cone, baritone. Miss Lu
cille Ross is the organist
The program is as follows:
Organ (a) "Largo from Xerxes"
The J. C. Penney Store
All This Week
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Don t condemn this needle because you
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We teach you to use the needles we sell
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ify you to make beautiful work, and annul
all previous disappointment.
NEXT WEEK OKLT
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prices low but the goods themselves are of the high
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! Handel; (b)
March of the Magi
"Send Out Thy
Light '; (b) "fcven -Me.
Orgaji ia "The Answer": b
Sunset". Frysinger; (c) MMoon
light ". D'Every. .
Scripture, prayer, minister.
Quartet (a) "My Prayer" N II--son:
b "There Were Ninety and
j Offertory: -Uebestraume .
Liszt: Misa Pearce. piano: Miss
Emmons, violin; Miss Ross, organ.
Quartet, "The King Has Come
Organ: -March Pontificate .
Tho Tvrolean Queen" a can
tata, will be given by the musical
pupils of the Sacred Heart acad
emy February IT. The composi
tion i? considered to have an In
teresting plot and the pupils ere
devoting much t'me to prepara
tion. A number of musical selections
will be given including Morart's
Minuet and Fairies Dream on
three concert harps. At the harps
Nancv Stettler. Mary Jean Porter
and Isobel Matthews. Pictures of
AyavsTsd aa4 Eadra4 by tk
Naitonal Beard T. W. C A.
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167 North Commercial St. SALEM, OREGON
At The Electric Sign "SHOES"
various groups of Gypsies. Will o
the Wisps, Green Elve. Gnomes,
Flower Girls. Tyroleans, Wood
men and Fairies, as well as the
leading characters will be on dis
play at the entrance of the the
ater. The Salem district of the Ore
con Music Teachers .association
will meet Tuesday at the studio
of Mrs. Bertha Junk Darby. The
spring mus'c week will be taken
up and further plans discussed.
Miss Lena Belle. Tartar Is to
sing this afternoon at an after
noon vesper service today at the
Congregational church in Corral- (
Ls. The church has been having ,
special musical programs' eacn ,
first Sunday and Miss Tartar ..will
be soloist today.
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2. It allows the toes and
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3. Its flexible shank
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4. Its broad, low heel
encourages the develop-.
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In mahogany, walnut , and oak, in
Queen Anne, Mary and William,
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this great day. Trade in your old
table or furniture as part payment
on a new one.