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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1923
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EVERY INGREDIENT USED
. OFFICIALLY APPROVED -BY '
U. S. FOOD AUTHORITIES
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By BETTI KBSSI. Phone 106.'
Dr. and Mrs. William Sparks
are , visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs.! W. S. Fitts for a short
time before leaving for their home
in Kansas City. The wedding of
Dr.' and Mrs. Sparks (Inez Fitts
was an event of the past month..
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Thanksgiving , eve is the date
set for the annual dance and card
party at the armory sponsored by
the' members of Chadwick chap
ter of Eastern Stan The general
public is always invited to par
take in the activities of the eve
ning and the affair has proven so
popular In the past that it is be
ing looked forward, to with much
anticipation. Coming as- it does,
on the eve of a holiday, will make
it much appreciated by those who
participate in the dancing. "Five
hundred! will be played at tb
card tables during the evening. !'
Miss Ella Blanchette and Har-
ley Francis Nelson were married
yesterday morning at 9 o'clock in
the Catholic' church.'. Father JVR
Buck read the Eimple ring cere
mony apd later read the nuptial
mass. Misa ' Teresa Pelham at
tended the bride and Robert
Blanchette the , brother of the
bride .acted as ' best man. The
bride wore a dark blue suit of
panne velvet; and carried a bou
quet of white carnations.
-., After the ceremony the wedding
party breakfasted at the Spa, after
which Mr. and Mrs. Nelson left
for a wedding trip in the north.
After December first they will be
at' home' to their friends at their
home on Wallace road.
The bride has just recently
come. to Salem from St. Paul. Ore;
Mr.; Nelson is' foreman of the
King's Fo6d 'Products company. !
' This afternoon in the club
rooms on the corner of CommeN
cial and Ferry streets at ? 2
o'clock the wY C. T . U. will hold
a meeting of Thanksgiving and
praise. The ' . devotional " service
will be led by Mrs. C- C. Poling,
John J Brady and Rev. H. F.
Pemberton- will speak during the
meeting.; ' f
Any j contributions for the
Christmas box to be sen to the
children's farm home will be ap
preciated by the women who have
charge of the 'packing of the box.
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Miss jennelie vandevort re
turned Sanday. evening from Se
attle, where she went Thursday, as
a member of the Oregon state Y.
W. C. A: board to attend the
northwest meeting of state execu
tive committees of the university
YAW, C. A. work. While in Se
attle BhtV,wasa,guost tthe Gam
ma Phi Beta sorority house on the
campus of the University 6f Wash
ington. - 1 ,
TojnQrrow afternoon from the
hours of .1 to 5 .o'clock the month
ly children's clinic will be held. Un
der the auspices' of the Marion
County Health association in the
Chamber of Commerce rooms
This is the annual well babler
clinic, but it is to he understood
that ailing babies will not be ex
cluded from the clinic during the
afternoon. Examinations are made
free of charge for all babies and
children up to high school age at
each monthly clinic. The Salem
clinic acconrmodates cjiijdren from
LIvesley, Rosedale, Liberty, Sa
lem Heights, Turner Shaw, Wa
onda, Brooks, Mayesville and the
surrounding-territory. It is hoped
that ths 'mothers will realize the
opportunity Offered by the serv
ices of the clinic to have their
children examined for any kind of
physical ailments, whetner chronic
or local. - Registrations' should be
mad frimedlatety bycallingMrs
B. ESHaher at.?61.;
i- Thursday evening ' at the invi
tation.flf Miss Lucy Beck, a num
ber 6V yotirig high school maids
contributed to a .miscellaneous
shower for Miss Helen Aspinwall
a bride to be.' Many lovely gifts
were received by the honor guestrl
The evening was pleasantly passed
chatting, with light refreshments
served later, in. the evening by" Ihe
hostess. The guests were: Katy
Reinhart, Mildred Welch, Cora
Nist, Irene Larsen, Helen Aspin
wall, Genevieve, Campbell, Pauline
Marnach. Selma Mathis, . Hazel
George, I Georgella Wilson, Flor
ence Busch. Fay Wassam, Jane
Hillpot, I.Lorena Qeer, Margaret
Campbell; Lucy.Beck, Mrs. F. W
Ginn, Daisy Collins, Jennie May
Hopes, Audra WInshlp.
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.The member of the Tano club
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Cal Patton .Friday evening for
6:30 dinner and an evening of
"500." A basket of lavendar and
white chrysanthemums centered
the dinner Hable - around' which
covers were placed for twelve. Mr.
C. M. Inman won the high score
for the evening.
The home of Mrs. W. G. Allen
was the scene of an attractive
party Wednesday afternoon' when
Mrs. Allen entertained a number
of society matrons with fire
tables, of bridge. The living room
was attractiyjeiy decorated with
baskets of large yellow and bronze
chrysanthemums. A mo n g the
guests to enjoy the games were
Mrs. Frank Myers. Mrs. C. K
Spaulding, ' Mrs. James Dusen
bury, Mrs. , C. B. Webb, Miss Mat
V BeaUr- Miss Edith Hazard
Mrs. Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. T. B
Kay Mfs.'C H. Robertson, Mrs
Buren, Mrs. Jphn L. Hand, Mrs.
Seymour Jones and Mrs. Lawrence
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The second of.; the series of
Sbrince iances planned forj the
Haason will be held thin evening
in Silverton. The Shrine dances
are always popular social occa
sions, and a number of Salem peo
ple are planning on .mntorlns to
"Silverton to pafticiiiate in the eve
ning's pleasure. ':
To celebrate her 13th birthday.
Miss .Cynthia Delano entertained
number of. the younger maids
with "a line- party at the Oregon
theatre and a luncheon .in the rose
room at. the Spa Saturday after
noon. Mrs. Ralph-White and Mrs.
F;- G. Delano 'were chaperones for
he- party irid the "guests f were:
Venita 'Edwards, 'Maty Schei,
Edith .Fjndley,- Elizaheth Waters.J
fiatwru lawyer, Mary Karoury.
IelenjJt)arby,vPliylHs Day, Mildred
Myers. Bertha Babcock, Dorothy
Bell, Julia Creech;' Frances ' Mar
tin. Gwendolyn ' Jarman, Dorothy
Moore, Isabel George and Maxine
Glover,'; - ' . ;
Mrs. A. W. Bartlett . was hos
tess at her home in Oak Grove
Saturday evening fbr'a delightful
8 o'clock dinner for the pleasure
of a number of the young people
of the community. The dinner
table, was daintily 'arranged in the
predominating colors of pink and
white "with lighted candles and
flqral centerpiece of fluffy .pink
chrysanthemums. The places were
marked by cards on which rested
two little1 pink love birds. By each
cover was a tiny envelope, tied
which was Tevealed the news" of
the engagement of Miss Olive Ste-!
vens to tCliffprd WellB of Buena
Ylstal Miss Stevens -is a senior
student at the Oregon Normal
school "this year and the announce
ment of her engagement comes as
u complete surprise to her friends.
The hostess was assisted during
the evening by Miss Klla Stevens.
Covers were laid for: Miss Alma
Wells, Miss Etta Wells, Miss Ja
nice Fawk, Miss Helen Lew is, Miss
Joy Hills, Miss Marie Brunk, Miss
Olive Steyen3. Miss Ella Stevens,
Miss Irene Rowland, Miss Sarah
Rowland, Dick' Schaffer, Frank
Stevens, Emil Stevens. Willard
Bartlett, Edpar Rutin, Albert
Rutan. s Russel Hills. Clifford
Wells, Ernest Brunk Justin Row
land,, and the hostess,
-r. , . :. .
Mr. and Mrs. Will S. Schwarz
entertained Saturday evening at
their home on the Oak Grove road
with an evening of "500" for tlwj
pleasure of a number of young,
married couple and young people
living in the district. The evening
was pleasantly passed at cards,
and music, and at a late hour the
hostess served the guests .with a
dainty supper. This was the first
meeting of the year of a card club
which has met for the past three
years, the members of whom are
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibson. Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Sommers, Mr. and
Mrs. Roscoe Clarke, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy McDowell, Mr. and-Mrs. J. P.
Smart. Mr. and Mrs. Will S.
Schwarz. Frejl Wilson,1 Glenn
Southwick and Miss Churchill, the
teacher of the Oak Grove district
school this year.
, Miss Lois A. Reed, Miss Elsa
hostesses Thursday evening to a
group of- graduates and former
student of the Oregon Normal
school. Baskets of ; the large,
fluffy yellow chrysanthemums
were used In the rooms where the
evening was passed exchanging
reminiscences of school days
with a bit of music and later
toasting marsh mallows. Among
those who enjoyed the evening
were Miss Ruth Purdy, Miss
Laura Eaton, Miss Letilia Shewey,
Miss Grace Allen, Miss Ethel
Jackman, Miss Dorothy Taylor,
night' in the school auditorium.
Severson and Miss Anne Tow."
A committee was named to plan
for a future meeting at which
plans for the organization of an
O. S. N. S. club will be made.
Liberty "Second-Hand Love-'
with a pink lover's bow. inside of Egans and Miss Alta Reed were
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The "Nonpareil Literary society
of the Salem Indian gchool lield
its annual open session Friday
Miss Cathryn Hates, Mtss Mildred
The program was' presented in the
form of a Chautauqua, composed
of five companies, with vocal and
instrumental music, dancing and
speaking. .The first company gave
a variety of musical selections,
the second presented "One Night
in Spain." the third a plSy en-
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