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By MARGUERITE GLEESON
MOXNA VAXNA with both
Mary Garden and Muratore
in the leading roles opens
the Grand Opera House Reason in
Portland Wednesday - evening.
This s the only night In which
both of the stars of the company
will appear together. Muratore
'will appear again in Romeo and
Juliet on Friday evening while
;4Mary Garden will appear in Thais
The Chicago Opera association,
'Mary Gordeh, general director,
embarks upon its 1922 tranconti
nental tour at the clo3e of the
most brilliant opera season, artis
tically and financially, that Chi
cago has ever known. Its appear
ance In other cities than Chicago,
carries out the long established
custom of carrying the best in the
world of music to those unable to
enjoy the opera feast at the Audi
These tours '." are undertaken
with every department and every
unit maintained at its highest de
velopment. Each unit of equip-
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TTIE OREGON STATESMAN,
ment and resource created for thn
presentation of opera in Chicago,
will be used in presenting opera
here; and the same careful selec
tion of stars and t supporting ar
tists for the casts will govern the
engagement in this city. This i
the well established policy inaugu
rated by the Chicago management
to insure the welcome of the
world's greatest organization of
singing artists, not only this tea
son, but in future years. It has
been carried out so successfully In
past seasons that the Chicago or
ganization has been acclaimed
with the highest enthusiasm, from
the Atlantic to the Pacific. In New
York Ci'y it has been applauded
as the world's truly great opera
company and received with cor
diality such as no other opera
company has been accorded. Its
triumph in the metropolis has
been duplicated froth conservative
Boston to San Francisco and Los
Thus doe3 Chicago, by sending
west its best, serve I's own great
artistic institution to the best ad
vantage. All of which is in accord
with the wishes of the fine-spirit
ed patrons who guarantee the per
mancy of this Institution in Chi
cago and thus make it possible for
other cities to have a yearly share
of Era Ad opera of premier quality,
which khey would be unable to ob
Salem folks who will attend tha
grand opera during the week in
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenks. Mr.
and Mrs. John J. Roberts, Mr. and
Mrs. William II. Itdrghardt. Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. Deldno, Mr. and
Mrs. II. G. Meyers, Ir. and Mrs.
H. II. Olinger. Mr. anfl Mrs. W. E.
Kirk, Dr. and Mrs. Cfrover C. Bell
inger, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Win
slow, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Zimmer
man, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Staley,
Mr and Mrs. E. C. Richards, Mr.
and Mrs. John l. Rand. Dr. and
Mrs. John R. Sites, Mr. and Mrs.
H. V. Compton, Mr. and Mrs. Asa
hel Bush. Mr., -and Mrs. J. A.
Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Denton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank G
Deckebach, Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Lamport Mr. ' and Mrs. Elliott
Colony, Mrs. W. P. Lord, Mrs
Oeorga Pearce, Mrs. Max O. Bu-
ren. Mrs. George A. White, Mrs
A. M, Vassal). Mrs. Martin Feresh
etian, Mrs. Hal D. "Tat Colt" Mrs.
William Everett Anderson, Mrs.
T. O. Galloway, Mrs. Carl Webb.
Mrs. William Hamilton, Miss
Elizabeth Lord, Miss Marie Churc-
L -.ALEM OREGON
materials and make them at
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
hiH. Mis Dorothv Chambers. Miss
Lucille Ross, Miss Margaret Fish
er, Miss Delia Amsler. Miss Hilda
Amsler. Miss Chariot Zieber. Miss
Eugenia Ziber, Miss Gretchen
Kramar. Miss Elta White. Miss J.
Hurd. Miss J. ISoentse. Miss Mabl
Robertson, Miss Elizabeth Put
nam, Miss Lena Belle Tartar,
Miss Alma Pohl. Miss Dorothy
Pearce, Miss Helen Pearce, Miss
Frances Richards. Mi83 Rosalie
Buren, Miss Henrietta White, Miss
Myrtle Knowland. Miss Mary D.
Schottle, Miss Lyda Ulmer, R. E.
Shannahan. J. W. Chambers Jr..
Ivan G. Martin, John Coughlin.
Leon Jennison, G. A. Niles, Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Bishop, Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Schuneman, Miss Joy
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haid
were hosts left night for the
members of the Monday Bridge
club and their husbands. Five
tables of five hundred were play
ed. Dainty refreshments later be
ing served by th" hostess assisted
by Mrs. Clifford K. Knickerbock
Inv'ted guetts for the evening
Included Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Brock. Mr. ud Mrs. Sever. Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford K. Knickerbock
er. Mr. and Mrs ' Ilarwood Hall
wrre hosts Thursday evening at a
dinner for Dr. Samuel Elliot of
Boston Dr. Elliot is a member
of the Indian commission appoint
ed by the president. The dinner
waa given at Chemawa.
The dainty table was made at
tractive with carnations and
grems. The dinner was served
by the Junior girls domestic sci
ence class under the direction of
Miss Louise Lrickell.
The tuests included besides Dr.
Elliot. Rev. and Mrs. Martin Fer
eshrt'an, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Churchill. Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Miles, M. W. Coon. Washington.
D. C; Mr. and Mrs. H Iliff and
Mrs. E. A. Jaqu!ns of Los An
Mrs. J. Shelley Saurman was a
charming hostess Friday at- a
pretty bridge luncheon party. The
decorations were in St. Patrick's
day style. 'Three tables ot
bridge wero j layed following the
luncheon paity. Mrs. ofiver C
Locke wina'ng high Ecore during
The guests included Mrs. Henry
W. Meyers, Mrs. Louis Lachmund,
Mrs. William Walton, Mrs W. .
Lytle, Mra. Oliver C. Locko, Mrs.
John Wallace Harbison. Mrs.
Charles Gray. Mrs. U. G. Shipley,
Mrs. John J. Roberts. Mrs. Dan
Fry, Jr.. Mrs. Ercel Kay and Mrs.
( Miss Graca Taylor entertained
the Pierean Class of the First
Methodist Sunday school last Fri
day evening1. Miss Taylor is
president of the class. Several
letters from Miss Laura Heist, a
member of the class, who left in
December for India, were Tead, in
which sht told about the various
places she visited en route. The
confrence wa3 held at Bombay
and she was met there by Miss
Ruth Fields, a Salem girl.
The music pupils of FranK
Churchill were his guests at a
pretty party Friday evening in the
First Christian church parlors.
Those included for the affair were
Gordon Baker, Perry Walches,
Eugene Leavell, Martin Anderson,
Kenneth Morher, Clarence Win
ee.(GerirVieV!i Cnmnhull Ruth
1 Nelson. Helen Walesher, Odill
Matthews, Anna Mclntyre, Mar-"
home at this price.
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The engagement of Catherine
Hughes, daughter of Secretary
and Mrs. Hughes, to Chauncey L.
Waddell of New York City has
been announced by her parents.
Mr. Daddell is a nephew of
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Crothers of
Salem. He visited on the coast
whil-3 training in the aviation
Miss Hughes waa graduated
from Wellesley college In 1920.
Mr. Waddell is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin J. Waddell of Green
field, Ohio. He was a member of
the class of 1918 at Harvard and
was in the air service during the
garet Smith. Gladys Arnold,
Gladys Dabuaibm. Frances Dirr,
Thelma Flake. Lola Schylz,' Mil
dred Drager, Loyal Gray. Helen
Tranouch, Marie Riley, Ruth Wal
lace, Evelyn Probert, Anna Her
bacek, Wilma Coursey. Evelyn
Churchill, Helen Richardson, Faye
Waltz, L. Hagg, R. Van Winkle.
Carolyn Lamberth, Gladys Lainer.
Mrs. R. R. Jones assisted by
Mrs. Ronald Glover and "Mrs. U.
H. Peterson, cntartafned the offi
cers and standing commHtees or
the Woman's Relief corps at a
silver tea Friday. The afternoon
was spent informally and pretty
refreshments v.ere served.
In the dining room the table
was adorned with a large pot ot
white hyacinths surrounded with
green tapers in crystal candle
sticks and daffodils were placed
on the tea tables.
Mrs. Ida Babcock and Mrs. Liz
zie Smith, past department presi
dents, ass'steu in serving. More
than 23 guests were present.
Members of the Bluebird class
of the First Presbyter an church
met Thursday even'ng- in the
church parlor for a covered diss
supper and th monthly meeting.
Officers to serve the class for
the year were elected as follows:
president, Mhs Violet Dusenber
ry; vice president. Miss Rosalie
Made of elastic and brocade
which give ease, grace and
the slim straight line to the
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Buren; secretary, Miss Mildred
Mulkey and treasurer. Miss Maur
Those who participated were
Miss Flora M. Casa, teacher. Miss
Lncile Crockett, coach. Miss Sarah
Samuels, a guest of the class and
the members. Miss Violet Dusen
bury. Miss Rcsalie Buren, Miss
Mildred Mulkey. Miss Cynthia le
Lano, Miss Pearl Kapphahn, Miss
Ela ne Brown and Miss Loretta
A delightful social afternoon j
was enjoyed by the Thursday ;
club this week at the home of
Mrs. C. P. Bishop. Mrs. W. K.
-ViKirk was assistant hostess. Mrs.
Harry isrumbaugh sang several
soios. Mrs. J. D. McCulley was
another guest of the club.
Silverton. March. 18. Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Couibear cele
brated their twenty-third wedding i
anniversary last Sunday at their
home in North Silverton.
Sixteen were present and par
took of a bountiful dinner to
gether. The house was decorated with
sweet peas and ferns.
Mr. and Mrs. Conibear were
married March 18th. 1S99, at the
home of the bride's parents in
East Pembroke. N. Y. They have
eight children, seven of whom
are living, and all were at home
for the anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Conibear came
to Oregon in 1905, and to Silver
ton in 1916. where they have
since made their home.
Mrs. Everett Rutherford
hostess Wednesday evening
party for Mr. Rutherford,
hundred waa played during
evening. High score fell to Mrs.
L. Warren and Io to Mrs. L. W.
DuBois. Mrs. DuBois assisted
the hostess in serving dainty re
freshments. The guests for the evening
were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. DuBois.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bayes, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Shaupp, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Warren. Mr. and Mrs. George
Schluz, and Lola Scholz.
Miss Margaret Brody, a high
school instructor on leave of ab
sence from her work In Scotland,
was a guest of honor Thursday
when Mrs. H. W. Bross entertain
ed for her at dinner.
Other guests included for the
affair were Mr. and Mrs. McGil-
christ. sr.. Miss Jessie Robertson,
and Miss Catherine Robertson.
Mrs. Otto M. Hoppes, who has
been visiting ith her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mollencop. for
two weeks, returns to her home
in Junction City today. Mrs. Mol
lencop and Miss Eulalia Lindsay
will accompany her for a few
Mrs. Charles Gray returned to
Mrs. Chester Cox returned re
cently from several days' visit In
Miss Mattie Beattv is in Port
land, where she Will attend the
meeting of the state federation
loan fund committee.
airs. Amos Strong Is visiting
In Astoria, having accompanied
W. S. Kinnev hnmn thla a lot
Miss Mary Elizabeth Bayne
win return today from Corvallis.
She will spend the vacation from
college with her parents, Mr. and
airs. Jonn Bayne.
Miss Joy Turner has as her
guest her brother. Rex Turner, of
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jones and
daughter, Alta. returned this
week from a three months' visit
in California and Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jossle drove
down from Portland
are guests at the home of
and Mrs. Clifford v
Mrs Pauline Jossie. who has been
visiting In Portland for a few
days, returned with them.
tMr8 Punri"e was called
oday to Tacoma on account of
the death of her step-father. Cle
ment Orteig. who was killed at
M . ernon. She Just received a
telegram, but it stated no particu
Iars. Mrs. E. N. Harper of San Fran
wek WsLa, Sa,em V,8ftr ,at
will be In Salem again SOOn.
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Wlggln
Ilii.M-M AUhea KII?of
Portland were In Salem Wednes-
ffj ,atte"d the funeral of Don
ald John McAllister
is visiting with her father, E W
Glowing moon, a broken globe
Flowing, starry river;
On the combre. sleeping trees.
Moonlight mists a-qulver'
And this is Night!
Dawninrs tapers flicker out.
Pilgrims break their fasting;
Through the purple steals the
Yellow shadows casting
And this, the Light!
Like a red flamingo there,
Low the son is striding;
Skyline spectres are the tree:
Darkness comes, now. riding:
Again, the Night!
Miss Dorris SJkes has been
elected to Zeta Kappa Psi, wo
men's forensic honor group at the
University of Oregon. Miss Slkes
was formerly society editor) .of
The Oregon Statesman; She is
now completing her senior year at
,tne university. ,
SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 19. 1922
By MARGUERITE GLEESON
Will be Varied
For sweet charity sake, Salem
will be interested in the concert
and progiam wh;ch will be given
in the armory Wednesday, March
29. All expenses connected with
the affair have been donated, ac
cording to Miss Elizabeth Levy,
who has the affair in charge.
Miss Levy, who is considered
a talented violinist, will play sev
eral numbers, with Edgar Coursen
as her accompanist. Mr. Cour
sen is well known in Salem hav
ing given the first organ concert
in Salem last November.
Mrs. Goldie Peterson Wessler.
soprano, of Portland, who Is
ranked with Mrs. Jane Burns Al
bert for concoct singing, will
E. Cooke Patton has promised
a number of new magical forms
of entertainment, while Blddie
Bishop, local comedian, will en
All those taking part are do
nating their talents for the bene
fit of the Salem Associated Char
ities. Others donations toward
the entertainment are the use of
the armory, printing of tickets.
programs and other details con
nected with the expense of the
affair. Tickets for the affair are
to be sold for 50 cents, and 25
cents for students.
of First Class
Mary Erickson of the Cherokee
corps. Girl Reserves, was yester
day awarded the chevron of a first
class reserve. Merle Creson.
Dorothy Hutchinson and Dorothy
Wilson were each awarded sec
ond class chevrons. The cere
mony of awarding the chevrons
took place yesterday at a rally
ot all junior high school corps
in the Y. W. C. A. .Miss E. An
derson awarded the honors.
Girls receiving third class che
vrons were Rosalind Van Winkle,
Helen Bradford, Marguerite
Thomas, Helen Richardson, Ber
nice Bun;e, Thelma Flake, Wilda
Callahan and Marvel Edwards
More than 25 girls received the
rank of fourth class reserves.
The girls winning first rank
may now work for special aide
girl reserve and the ring of the
Insignia. A program was given
for the rally, each corps contrib
uting a feature. The program
of the afternoon was as follows:
Ceremonial; songs; roll call of
clubs; court of awards; "The
Spirit of the Code," Chirwanikin
corps; Washington junior high;
piano solo, "Wahoo Indian
Dance," Louise Oraw, Cherokee
corps, Salem Heights; fashion
show, McKinley junior high
corps; "Camouflage," Tanakin
corps, Washington junior high;
"A Day at Camp." Chirwanikin
corps, Washington junior high;
"The Goop Family," Minerva
corps. Grant junior high; movie
Wild Nell, the Pet of the
Plains," Hawichee corps, Grarit
The P. E. O. Sisterhood met
with Mrs. A. L. Godfrey Thursday
afternoon. Since it was the first
meeting since the election of new
officers the, appointive officers
were named for' the coming- year.1
Mrs. C. B. ,McCuHough will be
gy,ard for:lhe coming term, Mrs.
B.J. Miles, Mrs. Harwood Hall
afrd Mrs. Will T. Kirk,N program
committee, and Mrs. E. E. Fisher
Mrs. W. W. Moore gave a paper
on "Dutch Pottery." Miss Alice
Holllster, a former member of
chapter G, was a guest of the
club. Mrs. Godfrey served re
freshments, assisted by Mrs. A. T.
Woolpert. Tuesday the member
of the local group of P. E. O, will
be guests at the home of Mrs.
Gerald Volk for a covered dish
Mrs. Alice H. Dodd will ad
dress the Silverton Women's
club next Friday on Oriental cus
toms and life. The occasion Is
the annual benefit program of
the club for the library. Mrs.
Dodd will take with her numerous
examples of oriental art from her
The auxiliary of the American
legion will sponsor the play "The
Iloosler Schoolmaster." to be glr
en by Miss Lulu Walton's pupils
April 7. Donald Davidson will
take the part of the schoolmas
ter. Ralph Hartsock.
The auxiliary met last week
for their regular business ses
sion. It was decide to send to
the national organization for a
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The materials and planting of
home grounds, and a short talk
on the theory and practice of
landscape gardening, with disens
s'ons by " the members, - will be
the topics of the Civic Art section
or the .Salem Arts league at: Its
next meeting, Wednesday evening
March 22, in the edulational room
of the Salem public library.
All .Interested in these prob
lems are Invited to attend.
Photographic section. Arts
league, G unwell Robb studio.
Ciric Art section. Arts
league, public library.
W. R. C. Aid society, in
Wom-n's Auxiliary, St.
Paul's church, with Mrs. VV.
Jason Lee Foreign Mission-
ary society, with Mrs. A. J.
Vick, 1495 North Liberty.
D. A. R., with Mrs. U. G.
be Post Easter
East?r Monday. April 17. has
been set for a large benefit party
for the proposed women's com
munity building. Mrs. joun
Wallace Harbison's committee oi
25 women, members of the Sa
lem Women's club will sponsor a
combined dancing and card party
in the two halls of the Derby
building. This includes the Elite
Special musical numbers, danc
ing and other forms of amuse
ment and entertainment will be
features. Following after ths
close of the leruen season it is an
ticipated by the committee that
the affair will be popular.
Members of Mrs.. Harbison's
committee are Mrs. R. L. White,
Mrs. G. C. Bellinger, Mrs. William
Walton, Mrs. C. A. Downs, Mrs.
Fred Thompson, Mrs. William
McGilchrist. Jr.. Mrs.. E. T. Bus-
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