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SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1922
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
By MARGUERITE GLEESON
THE Wrong shall fail, the
r Right prevail,
"With Peace tin earth. Good will to
1 Christmas will be observed in
. the chrches and at the home fire
jsltlcs for; the most part by Salem
folks tomorrow. The informal
! J gatherings of friends and rela
tives will mark the dinner parties
"land th other affairs coming at
tho gay holiday time.
; Among the guests In town for
' the holiday are Dr. and Mis. Har
,'rj Clay of San FianrUi-o, wL ) are
housa guests cf Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Bush. Consldertblo entertaining
for Mrs. Clay is scheduled for the
, coming week.
A Christmas wedding of un
fpsnal Interest is that of Miss Lida
vFakeand" E. T. Crown which will
4b held Christmas day in Wtller
hall . chapel. Dr. Carl Gregg
j Honey, president of Willamette
university, of which institution
both Miss Pake and Mr. Drown
a'ro faculty members, will offi-
'Christmas hospitality will be
the happy inspiration for cnter
J tainlng Monday when Mr. and
i Mrs. Dan Fry entertain for fatn
lly and friends at three special af
fairs, two of which are annual
f happenings at the Fry home.
A breakfast party for the im
, mediate family will be the most
Intimate of the day. The pretty
table will be centered with a tiny
artificial Jake surrounded with
, stnilax and glowing red candles.
Of special interest on this Chrlat
i mas breakfast table will be a min
't lature sugar plum tree which was
; given to Priscilla Fry on her first
1 Christmas and a tiny gold am4
, white sleigh wijh Santa and hi 4
fTeindeers which are presented to
Priscilla Walsh on her i first
Those who will compose the
j happy family party are Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Walsh, and daugb
i ter, Priscilla; Mr.and Mrs. Dan
Fry Jr. and daughter Marylee:
; fMb. IKttie Graver, Priscilla Fry
i and Arrlo Fry.
- .Additional guests bidden for
- - -On Christmas Morning
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dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Fry ars
Mi-, and Mrs. Hush Smith and
Howard Smith or Portland, Mrs.
C. M. Eppley and Charles Eppley.
Christmas night supper, a cus
tom of many years standing with.
the hosts wUl include .Dr. and
Mrs. U. B. Lee Stefner. Milton
Stelner, Heriiice Cralir, Mr. an-.i
Mrs. George, Dunsford. Mr. amj
Mrs. Herbert Nunn and Mr. and
Mr. Will Kerron.
University of Oregon alumni
and students frolicked last nlzht
at the holiday dancing party j
sponsored by the Marlon county
alumni association in the Elite
hall. More than 50 couples were
present and under the happy yule
tide spirit renewed college friend
ships. Patrons and patronesses for the
dancing party included Judge and
Mrs. Lawrence T. Harris, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Churchill, Mr. and Mrs.
George Hug. D. and Mr. W. Carl
ton Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John D.
The committee in charge of the
dance was composed .fit Dwight
Powers, Marie Churchill. Jack El
liott, Acnes Driscoll, Carl Gabrirl
son and Ruth Austin. Moro than
l.'.fl invitations wero issued for
thn dame and three Oregon
Knights, whoso home is in Salem,
were among those present and as
sisted in entertaining tho pin-sts
They wero Jack Elliott, Miiton
Stciner and Paul Stalcy.
Fallirit: snowflakes In the midst
of laughing children dancing Bay
ly on despite the evidence of win
try blasts, formed the pretty pit
ting for a large party given Friday
night by Mrs. Ralph White at tho
Elite hall. The smail guests in
cluded the members of Mrs.
White's dancing classes.
A groat snowball wa3 rolled
into the room by Fred Thielson
and when it opened little Margar
et Bell stepped out and gave a
pretty solo dance. Santa Claus
visited the hall during the even
ing and distributed gifts to the
Mrs. White '3 assisted during
the evening by' Mrs. J. W. Harbi
son, Miss Lodella Patton, Miss
Phyllis Palmer and Mrs. W. H.
Association in the
florists. Over 2500
parts of the Umpn.
A Merry Christmas
A Happy New Year
We Heartily wish our
Patrons and Friench
& Gray Department
Runk opened thn evening's enter
tainment by sinririK "Holy Night."
The guests entertained by Mrs.
White wero as foiiow:
Dori Arbuckle, Bertha Babcock.
Gen?vieve Harbour, Dorothy Bell.
Ann Reed Burn, Margaret Brri'
entein, Margaret Birch, Helen
Bowne, Margaret Bell. I-etha Cox.
Margaret Corey, Kathryn Cook,
.lulia Crenh. Virginia Cross,
Katherine Corey. I. utile Downing.
Virginia Donnel, Cynthia Delano.
Velma Emmett. Leono Fergeson,
Marie Fitzwater. Maxine Glover,
Doris Hicks, Verna Hall, Jane
Harbison, Justieno Heuperman.
Rosalie Jones, Dorothy Kiezar,
Eleanor Uuper. Pauline Monarch,
Janice McKinnon. Haz?l Martin.
Thelma Martin, Frances Martin.
Maxine Myers, Lucile Pettyjohn.
Marie Patton, Jeanette Patton.
Katheryn Riley (Albany), Helen
Ramsden, Mildred Roberts. Jen
r.ette S kes. Maureeno Styles.
Myrteilo Shippe, Constance
Schmidt, Eleanor Schmidt, Clauia
Settlemeir, Marart Tucker,
Gretchen Thielsen, Nancy Thiel
sen, Sylvia Solof, Margaret Up
john, louiso Wagner, Marjory
Webb, Milre Push, Iris Jorgenson.
Arial Gilhert, Fay Wassum. Mil
dred McHukIi tPortland) Dorothy
While. Katherine Gorey, Lots
Beedy, Helen Worth. Werner
Brown, Chandler Rrown, 'Stewart
Bush, Hi-'rbert Barlow, William
Dyer, Glayborne Dyer. Charles K.
Bishop, Robert Bishop, Charles
Clagget, Lloyd Claggett, James
ampbell. Glen Draper, Cecil
Franklyn. Paul Franklyn, Claude
Grimm, Homer Gouley, Robert
llcrkman, John Hughes. Robert
Hug, Sam Harbison. Marvin Head
rick, Creighton Jones, Howard
Kurtz, Chester Kurtz, Junior Mar
tin, Harry Minto, Jack Minto,
Marlin Meulhaput. Jimmie Nichol
son. Robert Ramsden, George
Settlemeir, Jack Sponc. Kenneth
Seeley, Krskino Sandys, Frank
Schafer, Fredrick Thielsen, Jay
Teed, Curtin Townsand, Earl
White, Maurice Wagner, Delbert
Viesko, Daryl Myers, Jack Harbi
son, Kenneth Webb, Donald
Blake, Bert Hoffine Henry Thiel
sen, Donald Hug; from Woodburn
Jack Guiss, Warner Guiss.
Elma Doris Haveman.
A family dinner will be given
Christmas day by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles K. Spaulding at their
Court street home.
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Hickman
Will entertain at a Christmas din
ner party Monday for Rev", and
Mrs. Blaine E. Kirkpatrick, Mr.
and, Mrs. Donald W. Riddle, Mr3.
Ines Fleming and family, and Mrs.
Hickman's tw osisters. Miss Eva
von Verg of Astoria and Miss Dor
othea von Verg of Eugene, who
will be holiday house guests of
the Dr. and Mrs. Hickman.
Col .and Mrs. George A. White
will . entertain Christmas with a
family dinner party at which cov
ers for 1 1 will be laid.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbort Haid will
spend the holidays with their
daughter, Mrs. Clifford K. Knick
erbocker in McMinnville.
Governor and Mrs. Ben W. Ol
cott arrived in Long Beach, Cal.,
last night and will be guests for
Christmas of Mr. Oleott's parents.
They will return to Salem daring
tho coming week.
JMr. and Mrs. O. P. Hoff are
home following several wieks in
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Kantnor
with their daughters. Miss La
Verne and Miss Constance will
spend the holidays with Mrs. Ar
thur Thomas, another daughter,
in Seattle. Clifford Kantner will
join tho family there.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howe will
have a? thofr guests tar Christ
mas Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Schmidt, of Ranier.
Christmas Musicale, Programs
Many and Varied; Begin Today
HRISTMAS, the happy, joy
ous time, when all Christ
endom celebrates the birth
of the savior in Bethlehem, is a
time for rejoicing and song. Sa
lem churches have almost with
out exception prepared special
musical programs. Some of these
have been given during the last
week and others will give them to
day or tomorrow.
A JOYOUS Christmas service
will be held at the Unitar
ian church. Mrs. W. A. Den
ton will preside at the organ and
special solos will be given by Mrs.'
Martin Fershetian and chorus
numbers will be special features.
It will be given Sunday morning.
The program for the service is as
Organ Prelude "The Heavens
Are Telling" (Hayden).
Anthem "The Christmas
Glory" (Baily) Unity Club
Hymn 5 "Holy, Holy. Holy."
Hymn 'O, Little Town of
Scripture Reading A synthet
ic reading of the "Birth Story"
from the Gospel.
Solo "Over the Hills of Bethlehem-'
(Shelly) Mrs. M. Feres
hetian. Offertory "Silent Night"
Mrs. W. A. Denton at the organ.
Solo "Christmas Herald"
(Comb) Mrs. Fe res h et I a n .
Sermon "The Spirit of Jesus:
Peace on Earth and Good Will
Toward All Men."
Hymn "It Came Uon the Mid
Post lnde -"March Pontificale"
CHRISTMAS day services at
St. Paul's Episcopal church
will be at 8:30 with music
but the real Christmas program
will be given by the choir Sunday
at 11 o'clock. Misa Inez Cham
bers will play violin accompani
ments while Mrs. Ruth Emory
Riddle is director of the choir
which has Just been reorganized.
The program to be presented by
the choir of more than 25 voices
is as follows:
"Oh, Come All Ye Faithful"
Venita By R. .Goodson. Glor
ia's Anon. DeDeum by Schilling.
Benedictus by C. Simper.
Introit "Holy 'Night," by
Kyrie by Simper, Gloria Tibi.
Simper. Gratioas Tibi. Simper.
"Oh, Little Town of BethleT
hem," by Redner.
Anthem "Sing Oh Heavens,"
by A. B. Tours.
Sursum Corda. Simper. Sanc
tus. Simper. Benedictus Qui Vin
it. Simper. Angus Dei. Simper.
"Here Oh Lord, I See Thee Face
to Face" Morecumbe.
Gloria in Excelsis. Simper.
Fourfold Amen. Neucome.
"It Came Upon the Midnight
Clear" R. S. Willis.
LD Bohemian carols will be
sung by a men's quartet at
the First Baptist church
this morning. These are entitled:
"Hail, All Hail the Glorious
Name," "The Angels and the
Shepherds," and "Let All Men
Sing God's Praise."
These melodies are very old
ones although the century of their
origin is unknown. The original
words were in Bohemian. In the
evening the quartette will render
"For Unto Us is Born This Day"
(Trowbridge); "There Were
Shepherds" (Vincent), and "An
gel Voices Ever Singing" (Neid
linger.) The sermon will be
"The Faith of Our Lord."
It is expected that lantern
slides of some old hymns for the
Christmas time will be used at
Wreathe me a wheath of holly.
With twinkling berries red;
Then tell to me in accents low
The words the Angel said.
Give me a rosy, glowing grate.
With apples in a row
Ontside the silent mystery
Of starlight on the snow.
At midnight when the birds are
f low n.
And all of earth lies still.
Sing me a hymn, a Christmas
A carol at my bill.
And I shall wake to listen.
As shepherds woke of old.
And with the Magi offer
My girts of mirth ad gold.
AUDRED W. BUNCH.
Mr. and Mrs. l G. Boyer joined
with the officials of the county
clerk's office Thursday evening in
a Christmas party. Dinner was
served and cifts later exchanged
among the members of the office
Those included were Mr. and
Mrs. Boyer, Miss Anna Ars. Miss
Gertrude Hart man, Miss Helen
Hunt, Miss Ruth- Wallace and
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ivie.
The Phllosophian Literary so
ciety of the high school enter
tained the patients at the tubercu
losis hospital Friday evening eve
ning, with a short program and a
two-act comedy, "The Three
Chauffeurs", by Willowdean Chat
terson. Those taking parts In the
HRISTMAS Vesper services i
will be held this afternoon
in the First Presbyterian
v.,.v, a n-n1nr-1r Violin oln '
carols, choruses and readings ,
will form the pretty vesper ser-l
vice program. j
Prelude "The Holy Night,"
Carol "It Came Upon the Mid-i
night Clear," by mixed quartette.
Prayer Followed by Lord's !
Prayer, congregation uniting.
Reading "The Manger Baby,"
by Barbara Goff.
Carol "While Shepherds
Watched Their Flocks," by mixed
Reading "The Star," by Mar
Offertory By the Sunday
Reading "The King's First
Guest," by Miss Helen Marcus.
Hymn No. 127 "O, Come Let
Us Adore Him," by congregation.
Reading "The First Christmas
Tree" (Van Dyke), by Miss Mar
Violin Solo Delbert Moore.
Carol "Silent Night," mixed
Postlude "Christmas Tost
IDXIGHT mass on Christ
mas eve will begin the
Christmas services at St.
Joseph's Catholic church. The
midnight service is to be a sol
emn high mass with Rev. J. R.
Buck as (Celebrant. The ctooir
will sing the mass In honor of
"Our Lady of Pompeii," by Ed
V. Novello's Adeste Fidelis will
be sung for the offertory by the
choir and a violin solo, "The
Christmas Pastoral," will be
played by Miss Mary Schoettle.
Miss Viola Finney will sing
"O Holy Night" before mass and
Miss Schoettle will play the vio
lin obligatto. The choir will
sing "Jesus Redemptor," (The
Infant Jesus) after mass.
The girls of the Sacred Heart
academy will sing the late mass"
at 10:30 Christmas day. A
stringed orchestra will play the
accompaniments for the girls'
The Adeste Fidelis will be
sung for the offertory and Miss
Finney will sing "Holy Night"
"The Birthday of a King."
The stringed orcnestra which
will accompany the organ in
cludes Claudine Gerth, Norma
Meiers and Esther Birch, violins;
Mary Lebold, harp.
HE ADORATION, a pageant
giving the story of Three
Wise Men, will be given by
the choir and Sunday school of
the First Christian church this
evening at 7:30. The Pageant will
be given in a series of pantomimes
with reading and solos to tell the
story of the Arodatlon of the
Karl Wenger will preside at
the organ during the service while
Treval Bowers will play the violin
accompaniments. Avery Hicks
will play the cello.
The various parts of the pag
eant will be as follows:
Chorus "Silent Night."
Reader Luke 2:1-4 Virgil
Chorus "O, Little Town of
Reader Luke 2:5-7.
Chorus "O, Hail the Power
of Jesus Name."
Pantomime "Mary at the
Manger" Doris Slier.
Duet "Away in a Manger"
Lorita and Lolita Robinson.
Solo "A Mother's Lullaby"
Reader Luke 2:8.
Chorus "While Shepherds
Watched Their Flocks."
Pantomime "The Shepherds."
Reader Luke 2:9.
Chorus "It Came Upon a
Pantomime "Angel" Melba
Reader Luke 2:10-14.
Chorus "Glory to God in the
Reader Luke 2:15-20.
Pantomime -"Shepherds at the
Reader Matt. 2:1-12.
Wise Men "Wo Three Kings
of Orient Are."
Reader "The Legend of Ca
Presentation of Gifts Arlie
Remarks by pastor.
Quartette "No Room iu the
Solo "Take My Life and Let
It Be" (Trista) Wenger.
Chorus "Joy to the World."
Reader "The Message Ended."
Recessional "Silent Night."
play were: Helen Pettijohn. j
Catherne Hartley, Elaine Foster.
Sarah Solof, Alice Saunders, Lo
retta Varley, Iyal Gray. Esther
Dieffenbach, Mary Krager, Lois
Moorehead, Imogene Gardner.
Bernice Mulvey and Esther
Tho program was as follows:
Vocal Solo Madeline Watson t
Reading, Bernice Mulvey
Vocal Solo Edwin Rurnside
A Stunt by four Philisophians.
Solo Dance Lucile Pettyjohn
Clarence Davis and Madeline..
Vocal Dues Clarence Davis
and Madeline Watson
Piano Solo Jean Hobson
Vocal Solo Clarence Davrs
Vocal Solo Clarence Davla
Piano Solo Clarence Wenger
Loyal Gray, president of the or-
: ganiration, acted as acompanist
i for the vocal numbers,
j After the program, the mem
i bera of the club serenaded the
( patients of the pea-air pavilions
with Christmas carols as many of
lut i1""1' .:
'tend the program in the audi-
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown
will have as their guests for the
holiday Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eld
ridge and Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Trael cf Portland.
Mr and Mrs. Julius Beebe will
spend Christmas in Portland with
Mrs. Beebe's parents.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Shelly Sauer
man will spend the holidays with
Mrs. Sauerman's relatives in Vic
toria, B. C.
A dancing party will be given
Thursday evening. December 28,
in McCornack hall, by the Cath
olic Daughters o America.
Mrs. William H. Lytle is home
from oPrtland following several
weeks spent there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crais and
Mr. and Mre. Ellis Purvine are
home following several weeks
spent in California and Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover and
daughter Maxine will spend
Christmas with Mrs. Glover's sis
ter in Portland.
Miss Cornelia Marvin is spend
ing the holidays in Tacoma, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walsh
and daughter, Priscilla. are guests
for the Christmas holidays with
Mrs. Walsh's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Fry.
Coming as a surprise to their
many friends was the announce
ment of the engagement of Miss
Esteile Satchwell and Robert M.
Gatrke, which was made known
Friday evening at a Christmas
party given at tho home of Miss
Tho announcement was con
tained in gifts passed out to the
guests during the evening.
Christmas greens and soft candle
light from red tapers formed a
pretty holiday setting for the par
ty. Those present besides the
guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. C.
N. Panunzio, Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Willston. E. T. Brown. Miss
Brown, Miss Lida Fake, Robert
Gatrke, Miss Dorothy Pearce,
Franklin Launer, Miss Frances M.
Richards and Paul Wallace.
Glen Mauer, who has been a
bookkeeper at Wasco, Oregon,
came home to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Guests at the C. P. Bishon
home for the holidays will in
clude Chauncey Bishop, Robert
Bishop of Pendleton and Harry
Roberts of Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davey left
last night for Silverton, where
they will spend Christmas with
their daughter, Mrs. Edward
Crawford Family is Home
From Interesting Trip
W. Frank Crawford and family
have just returned from an ex
tended trip to the middle west
and south visiting several of the
Large cities. While in Chicago
they visited Mr. Crawford's moth
er, who is spending the winter
there, also his sister Joyce and
The C & C. Store
Wishes You a Merry
v I .mers wh
M I pause to
Charming Prima Donna
In a gown of antique gold and
bronze brocade, Mitti is a living
Van Dyck portrait when she ap
pears as the ghost of her ances
tral aunt in "Lady Billy," a new
comedy-romance, with music,
which Colonel Henry W. Savage
is bringing to the Grand theatre.
The charming prima donna
comedienne is the replica of the
portrait of the Countess of Para
dova, who died in 1647. Instead
of her vision haunting the satle
in a mist of white, she treads
down the vanishing years in the
royal robe that she wore when
she posed, in life, for the great
artist to paint which graces the
home of Lady Billy. History nor
art can be offended at the gown
which Mitzi wears in the presen
tation of this entrancing scene at
the close of the first act.
She looks like Van Dyck had
created her in his youth, when he!
was full of energy and so loved j
life and color that he sought per
sonages of the Latin race to ex
press his masterful imagination.
The material for this colorful
creation is of antique French gold
and bronze brocade. The full
skirt touches the floor and the
hem is held by bands of rose rib
bon. It hangs from an extended
peplum, wired and faced with
bright green. The bodice pointed
at the long waist line, is snug and
heavily boned. It fastens with
bows of green, and over the
shoulders are green satin bands,
edged with frills of aold lace
embellished with silver lace and
studded with pearls. The neck
is cut square with a large gold
lace collar. With it she wears a
tight-fitting cap with ear tabs. It
is of green trimmed in gold lace
and decorated in brilliant stones
and pearls. The Paradova rope
of pearls hangs around her neck,
reaching to her knees, where they
are pendant with emealds.
We Wish Everyone
A Very Merry
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we are open to serve those of our cU3to
inust have gas, oil and service, we will
link of our friends who have made this
prosperous and joyful Christmas for us.
this be the most happy Christmas you
N. Com'l at Chemeketa
P. L. Crawford his brMher, wl9
has a large accountant business
there. Mrs. Crawford has rel.
tives in Michigan which they Tjj.
Mrs. Crawford made a special
trip to Detroit, Mich, from Cal
cago, to visit the enormous Por4
factory there and spent a fv
interesting hours seeing the ru.
ver" built. i
The return trip was made by
way of Alton, 111., where the larg
est glass factory in the world U
in operation. They experienced
a variety of temperatures tro
Zero to 90 degrees' In the shade,
but enjoyed the trip Immensely."
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