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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13,1924
KNEK Chemet, one of the
greatest living women violin-1
ist -will play in Salem Friday eve
ning, February 15, before the
members of the Salem Civic Music
Hub, at the First Christian church.
Mme. Chemet is the third of vis
iting artists to have appeared be
fore the club since the opening of
its first season last fall; the first,
tlm. charming Grace Wood Jess
with her. unique repertoire of ar
tistic folk song impersonations,
followed by Carol . Robinson, the
individual 'concert pianist. Mme.
Chemet is -French by birth and
training':- young,- brilliant a fin
ished artist, with great personality
and magnetism.' She comes from
a small French village, where, as
nj child,1 she nsed to walk eight
milerS tor her music lessons.
Studying . both voice and violin,
she clung to the latter as the best
means of expressing her musician
ship, carrying, off prizes and win
ning fame-wherever she went. She
has toured .Europe extensively. V
For more than three years the
strings o'f Maud' Powell's violin
were stilled by JTher lamentable
death, and so they would have re
mained had not one worthy -to
draw a bow across them flashed
upon the scene. And, to i Renee
Chemet have gone.the honors. She
proved ?last season, on her intro
' ductory tone, of America, that she
was the one who could make the
"golden-toned Cuadagnini" sing
again. And: so. -it was that when
she sailed for Europe, after her
successful -sojourn- here, she took
wilj ,her - the .egveted violin.
'On this, her second AnjeVican
season, Mme. Chemet is being
managed by Godfrey. Turner, the
husband of Maud Powell, and her
Salem is indeed fortunate in se
curing this artist and it is only
through the management of Fred
eric Shipman, manager of . the
chain of Civic music clubs in the
northwest, that it was made possi
Hearts and large silvery rmssy
willows were attractively used
about the rooms of the Gilbert
apartments when Mildred Gilbert
entertained a small group of the
younger set for a Valentine party
Thursday evening. Games carry
ing out the idea of the red letter
day were enjoyed during the first
part of the evening, and later the
time was devoted to cards and
dancing. Refreshments in which
the Valentine idea was cleverly
carried out were served before the
guests departed. The guest list
included Dorothy Kezar, Rosalind
Rogers, Helen Rreitenstein, Jean
hipp, Margaret Breitenstein, Irma
llolander, Kathleen Rogers. Gen
eva Sundin, Lorraine Pierce, Mil
dred Gilbert, Paul Girod, Cole
man Rogers, Glen Nash, John
Caugae 11, Grant Faliin, Robert
Ramsden, John Drager, Robert
Asbby, Paul Devers and Mark
The members of the T. A. girls
club of the lush school were en
tertained Saturday afternoon from
two. to five o'clock, with a charm
ing tea. at the home of Miss Beryl
Holt, the faculty advisor for the
club. Daffodils in bizarre oriental
vases w"re a part of the Chinese
motif carried out . in the decora
tions, and Virginia Holt dressed in
Chinese costume, served during
the tea hour. Prudence Patter
son, a visiting alumni of the club
poured tea. .
Invited for the afternoon were
Carolyn Lambirth, Mildred Pugh,
Josephine Jaskoski, Florence
Powers. Doris Hensley. Helen
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Ross re-
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:r" .. Metropolitan .
. Opera Tenor
- , and
1 1 The Apollo Club
In One Big Concert
Armory, Feb. 20
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Seats $1.50. Special to stu
dents 11.00 (-no tax.) On
ale. at. Will's Music Store 4
Moore' Music Honse.
the next meeting of Saturday, Feb
ruary 23. the chapter will meet'at
th invitation of Miss Grace Eliza
beth Smith, and at that time, Mrs.
Maude Kent of Corvallis, the state
president of PEO will be the guest
Mrs. C. E. Powell will give a
costume address on India at the
annual meeting of the Woman's
Missionary society at the First
Evangelical church, ext Sunday
evening at 7:30.
Miss Hulda Lenz and Mr. E. A.
Klein were married yesterday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Lenz. The bride
groom and the father of the bride
are joint owners of the "Ace" con
fectionery store, both having only
recently come from Minnesota.
The couple were engaged before
coming to Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Klein have gone
on a short wedding journey, but
will return soon to establish their
home at 7ft 5 North Fourteenth
o'clock. Hostesses will bo Mrs. A.
Fuestman, Mrs. E. E. Roberts, and
Mtb. Srnest Taylor.
About CO couples. Including
members of. the Monday -Night
dancing club and their guests
spent a most delightful evening
Monday in Derby hall. Decorated
with hearts and cupids, and with
the red-shaded lights, all sugges
tive of Valentine day the hall
formed a colorful background for
the mingled colors of the formal
Guests of the club were Mr. and
Mrs. Merlin Harding, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Felker, Mr. and Mrs. Don C.
Roberts, Mrs. "Margaret Fitchard.
Miss Edna Simonton, Miss Ruth
Austin, r. Budd Welch. J. C. Ma
son, Otto Hartmau and Ed. Chas-
The Monday night dance is al
ways the occasion for a number of
delightfully informal dinner par
ties and supper parties before and
after the dance. Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Law presided over a 10-covejr
dinner party in the rose room at
the Spa, early in the evening, and
after the dance Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
Cornoyer were hosts for a delight-
Mrs. Edward Lamport and son,
Merle, departed Sunday for LosfHiiy informal supper party
Angeles where they will spend an
indefinite length of time.
The art crart exhibit displayed
at the Uiluert studio last evening
for the general meeting of the Sa
lem Arts league which met there,
includes fifty-eisht entries of nee
dlecraft and hand woven and em
broidered pieces of rare leauty
from the Portland craft society,
as well as numerous other inter
esting pieces of art craft. Such,
for instance, as the huge Chinese j
pattern lamp with a shade of i
glazed silk finished in dull gold
on the center table of the studio,
or the quaint hand-carved box,
batik work and silk darning from
the Color Cupboard of Portland,
partly the work of Dorothy Fitch
ard and Blanche White. There
are two plaques and other inter
esting things from the unique shop
turned last evening from Portland I of Mrs. Prudence Patternson in
where they spent a short time vis-1 Portland, as well as some lovely
itins and on business. I Dieces of hand made lewelrv loan-
m led by Dorothy Steusloff and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Melville Jones of Ted Chambers.
Eugene, spent the week-end at the I This is the first exhibit of its
home of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour I kind ever shown in Salem, and be-
With Mrs. U. G. Boyer a3 host
ess, the members of the Woman s
Home Missionary society will
meet this afternoon for the reg-
cause of the unusual amount of
Interest that has already been tek-
en in it, Mrs. Gilbert has arranged
to keep it here until Thursday.
Everyone interested in the art
craft work is cordially invited to
led by Mrs, Blaine E. Kirkpatrjck,
and Urt. J; iDrvfpCormlck: and
ular business session and hour of I see the exhibit atthe studio any
study. The devotionals will be I time during today.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren McCon-
Mm 'John?'L.yraT$ wlH lead thenell of Centralia. Washington, vis-
lesaon etuay cnapier oi japan, en-i ited for a few days last week at
iwiea, Acnievemenr inens-ithe home of Mr. McConnell's
Man Movement and Challenge oil mother. Mrs. A. W. McConnell.
Today and Tomorrow." Mrs.. D.
vtr -emi, rt i. t.n.Arur I
3 mVT A pretty wedding took place
mjoicry o. mwe m ue eye- I ,TDt,to,n at ,u nma . otwi
clal-music during the afternoon.
AU' women are cordially invited to
come. 1 .
, Meeting" .wjtb .Mrs, Hrwood
Hall of ChemawaAha members, of
the Etokta club spent an unusually
Interesting afternoon v yagterday.
The women were taken by motor
to Chemawa, and the first of the
afternoon was devoted to an in
spection of the institution, with
a talk later, by the hostess, telling
of the wonderful work the gov
ernment is doiivg for the Indians
in such schools as that at Che
The members of chapter AB
of TEO sisterhood spent a very
pleasant evening as the guests of
Mrs. Mary Reeves Monday evening.
Following the short business ses
sion, Miss Grace Osborne, dressed
in native Japanese costume, told
of her etpeVleTices in that country.
where for over a year she worked
as a stenographer. During her
stay there she collected a large
cumber oilnteresting curios which
were displayed at the meeting.
1 Mrs. Reeve assisted the hostess
during the refreshment hour. For
Opens Hi Class in Psychology
J :. &
course for S 10
Mrs. C. Y. Huie. 695 N. High
street, when their daughter Lillian
was united in marriage to Mr
David- T. Luck, of Portland, Rev.
E. H. Shanks, pastor of the First
Baptist church reading the ser
vice. Friends of the family were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Luck will
reside in Portland, where Mr.
Luck is manager of the Red Fan,
The birthday of Mrs. B. E. Coop
er was the inspiration of a happy
event where a number of friends
gathered at her home at 1920 N.
Water Btreet, Wednesday evening
Five tables of five hundred were
played. The high score went to
Mrs. C. M. Oglesby and Mr. B. E.
Cooper, after which the guests
spent a merry hour around the
dining table where a birthday
luncheon was served. The remain
der of the evening was pleasantly
spent in dancing. The guests en
joying the occasion were Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Oglesby. Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Swone of Claxter: Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Oglesby, Mr: and Mrs
G. H. Stoner. Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
Wenderoth. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Holmes, of Mt. Angel; Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Smart, Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Hummund. Mrs. E. For-
sythe of Vancouver, Wash.; Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Cooper, Mrs. Jos
ephlne Butts, Taylor and Betty
Cooper. Cecil Wenderoth, George
Homer Simth Jr., entertained the
members of the Loyal Junior class
of: St. Paul's Episcopal church
school at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith. Sat
nrday evening. The home was ar
Ustlcally decorated in Valentine
motif, and during the evening a
Valentine box and especially plan
ned games further carried out the
suggestions. Music and Mah Jongg
waa also a part of the evening a
diversion, and later dainty refresh
meats were served. Those pres
ent were: Nancy Thielsen. Mil
dred Roberts, Julia Creech, Helen
Kafoury, Virginia Page, Margaret
Steiner, Lillian Scott,, Brtha Bab
cock. Dorothy Bell, Mary Kafoury
Alice Race, Dorothy Race, Eileen
Gilsenv iWnton Williams. Howard
Hill, 'Ernest Thompson. Charles
Gledsted, Ivan Kafoury. Homer
Smith, Jr:, Mr. and Mrs. H. D
Chambers, Miss Myla Chambers,
Mlss Paloma Patricia Prouty, the
teacher of the class.
The Central circle of the Jason
Lee ladies aid society will hold
an all day meeting today at the
church, beginning. at 9:30. The
morning will be spent tying com
forts, and a paper, bag luncheon
will be served at noon. The regu
lar social , meeting' will be-the or
der' of the afternoon, and light re
freshmen ts Hl ': to aeryed- at 4
The West Side circle of the Ja
son Lee aid society w,ill have thoir
regular meeting and social after
noon at the home of Mrs. L. A.
Scheeler. 12!5 North Liberty
street Friday afternoon at 2:30.. -
The mooting of the newly form
ed Woman's Civic club will take
place this evening in the Cham
ber of Commerce auditorium, at
8 o'clock. The timo of meeting
was given incorrectly in a recent
On Valentine's night, the mem
bers of St. Paul's Episcopal
church will give a box social at
the parish house beginning at
6:30. A good time is being plan
ned for all, and everybody is. cor
dially invited to join in the eve
ning of frolic. and fun.
According to Paul Althouse ev
erybody or nearly everybody
sing3. "In the mornings the im
pulse first comes to us while we
are splashing the water in our
tubs," declares the American ten
or. "That is where music rises
from the soul and bursts into
song. Every man is a singer
sometimes, but the earliest train
ing begins vnder the shower or
else while the water is pouring
from the faucet. More than one
voice has been first heard to the
accompaniment of "aqna pura
Mr. Althouse sings here with
the Apollo club on Wpdnesday
evening, February 20. According
to the members of the club this
concert will eclipse all previous
efforts of the organization in the
point of attendance and popular
The home of Miss Viola Hoover
was a scene of a unique Valentine
party last Monday evening when
members of the Dorcas Class and
their gentlemen friends gathered
for a social evening. The color
scheme was artistically carried out
in red. Games and music were the
diversion of the evening. At
late hour refreshments were, serv
Lucile Anderson, and Miss Viola
ed by Miss Lucile Burton, Miss
Hoover. Those who participated
in remembering St. Valentine's
day were: Misses Alpha Herboldt
Thelma Flake, Gladys La Bare
Clarice Ritche, Harriett Patterson
Vera McCune, Clara Lutz, Ruth
Gilmer, Mrs. Fern Wells Daugh
erty, Dorothy Fisher, Lucile Bur
ton, llolen Sande, Francis Sande,
Lucile Anderson, Olive. Barnard,
M r. q. T. Hoover, Viola and Mr.
Wesley Ellis, Leonard Chadwick,
Ronald ("raven, (Ma fence Parks.
Walter Herboldt. Hubert Ashby.
C. T. Hoover, Hay Heckert, Arthur
Martin, Francis LuU, Wayne Ray,
Francis lie Harpport, Gordon Bar
ker, Paul' Allen. Edgar Dangh
erty, Edgar Daugherty and Esthel
A very pleasant evening was
spent at the hp me of Mr. and Mr3.
A. C. Soely Monday night, when
their son, Kenneth entertained the
CE society of the First Christian
church. After a short business
session a social hour was sient.
Mrs. Seely was assisted in serving
byMrs. B. W. Walcher.
Those present were Millicent
King, Hazel McMorris, Nil da Cos
tatier, Lucille Hoover, Cecile Pel
ley, Evelyn Johnson, Letha Pelly,
Beulah Simmermaa, Lottie Pelley,
Evelyn Churchill, Helen Walcher,
Fern Johnson, Hazel Harper. Sed
rick Reine, Louis Olmstead. Har
old Kelly, Perry Walcher, May
nard Sawyer and Kenneth Seely.
MON'MOI'TH. Or.. Feb. 12.
(Special)- The marriage of Miss-
Iris Winnard, formerly of the Ore
gon Normal school, ami C. ('. Pow
ell of thig city, yesterday at Van
couver. Wash., was announced
here this morning. The bride is
the, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Frank Winnard, formerly of Hills
dale, but now of Portland, when
Mr. Winnard lis engaged in' the
real estate -business. The brido-
KrocuivJsihp son of Ira C Powell
President ' of the First 'National
bank of thifi city. Mr.. Powell i.-
assistant cashier, secretary of tin
local commercial club, prominoirt
in local lodge circles and a grad-;
uate of the Vniversiay of Oregon.
During the war h Berred in the
aviation service. The couple will
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Baker roach-
d home late- Thursday night, af
ter having spent the past six wuks
in California visiting with friends
:uul relatives. WhUe 1n the south,
they motored through the south
ern iart of California, visiting all
the beaches and other points o in
terest. They attended the New
Year's game in the bowl at Pasa
dena, and also. saw the Rose car
nival, an annual event of that city.
Much of the visit was spent in
Los Angeles, Long Beach, Hun
tington, Beach, and Sautti Monica,
from where trips were made ( to
the various, interesting missions
and other places. On the way
home, Mr. and Mrs. Baker stopped
in San Francisco for several days,
visiting the surrounding towns
; Word has just been received
thaf twins, a girl and a'boy, were
born to Mr. and;Mrr;"R.! K. Drake
of Eight Mile, Sunday, February,
lo. Mrs. Drake wa formerly
Etnma Wright of Salem the dangta-i
ter of. Mrs- Effle Dun lap. and has
a great many friends here. Besides
thr newly arrived ;twis. Mr, and
Mrs. Drake have three sen.
After several weeks of small
attendance, 'there was a normal
attendance at Sunday school
February 10. Most of the meas
los victims have recovered. '
Mr. Propst who has been laid
up for several days with a lame
arm returned to his work near
ThQ nightly preaching services
at Pringle are continuing this
week and about half the attend
ance conies from Salem.
A number of farmers are plow
ing this week.4 ' I;
u Dr. Jamea L.: Gordon's sermon
from the; First , Congregational
charch at. San lFrancteco- Cal
r-ama In fina tbrtiurb th Kflfl
broadcasting station Sunday nighC.
The field man of Hunt Brothers "
cannery has been prospecting in
a business way in this vicinity re-'
cently. ' . -- '
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