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SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1924
TilE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
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In the sky
My thoughts shall go on silver wings
As birds which fly are only burnished splashed
And Be not e'en the sordid things
Which I must care for with my hand?
And though my feet must tread familiar ltu
I'll never know the weariness it brings
While, oh, my thoughts shall go on silver wings.
ODELL SAVAGE QHLING.
TABLE de HQTE DINNER
Sunday, March 30th
- Olympia Oyster Cocktail
Chicken Gumbo Creole
Fruit Salad Whipped Cream
4 Fresh Crab Louis Salad,
Small Tenderloin Steak a la Stanley,
.Shredded Breast of Chicken a la King
Baked Sugar Cured Ham Robert Sauce
"j Roast Young Oregon Turkey Oyster Dressing
; . Stuffed Baked Young Chicken Apple Butter
' . Prime Ribs of Eastern Steer Au Jus
Snow Flake or Candied Sweet Potato 3s
i Creamed Fresh Cauliflower,
' Buttered Tiny Pea,
Choice, French Pastry, Jello. Cake, Pie,
Caramel Nut Sundae,
- . , Ice Cream or Sherbert
A U Carte Service for those
that do not rare for a full-course
The Illihee Country club dance
was a colorful event in last week's
club calendar. Thirty couples en
joyed the delightful revelry of the
occasion. The club room was ef
fectively artistic with daffodils on
the supper table and flowering
currant In the ballroom.
The committee in charge in
cluded Hugh McCammon, chair
man; Clifton Irwin, Clifford Far
mer and Paul Hendricks.
The guests for the evening In
eluded Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lytle,
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Walton,
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roberts, Mr
and Mrs. Fritz Slade, Mr. and Mrs
Harry Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Da
vid Eyre, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fry,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hoffnell, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Phillips, Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Farmer, Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Farmer, Mr. and Mrs
Paul Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs. H
McCammon, M.r and Mrs. Clifton
Irwin, Dorothy Patterson, Grace
Holt. Clara Breitenstein, Mrs. Lola
McMeeham, Ruth Austin, Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Young, Mr. and Mrs
Gus Hixon, Mr. and Mrs. Orris
Fry, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Goodin,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Karl Becke, Mr.
and -Mrs. Alton D. Hurlety. Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Steusloff, Frank
Duxbin, James Young, P. D. Quis-enbury,-
Gale Hildebrand and Jack
Mrs. Anna Reed of Portland is
the guest of Mrs. O. P. Hoff for
Mrs. George Hug Is the guest in
Portland over the week-end of
Miss May Shogren and Miss Ann
Shogren. She was among the
guests at bridge apd Mah Jongg
in birthday celebration yesterday.
Entertaining for the pleasure of
her house cuest. Mrs. Emit Melver
of Baker, Oregon, Mrs. John h.
Rand was one of the charming
bridge hostesses of the week. The
arrangement of early spring flow
ers was unusually decorative
throughout the rooms where the
eight tables of cards were In play.
Out of town guests included: Mrs.
John Kafte. Mrs. Short and Mrs.
Lightner, all of Portland. A pleas
ant luncheon was served at the
end of the afternoon. Mrs. Charles
Breck and Mrs Phil Newmyer as
sisting the hostess.
Judge and Mrs. John Rand and
Mr. and Mrs. Erail Melver of
Baker will be the dinner guests
of Mrs. Harley Weir In Portland
Mrs. R. B. Houston, following a
several weeks' visit in Salem, left
yesterday morning for her home
in Santa Rosa, California. Mrs.
Houston has been extensively en
tertained during her visit here.
where she has been the house
Smart Easter Styles
: Coats - Suits - Dresses - Skirts
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A choice of fashion and economy maybe combined by pur
chasing here. Our prices stand for unusually good value.
choice la assured
here for Tarlety
in all Its lnclu
every , phase - of
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and Gordon In
black, white, tan,
grey and the new
Suits in Spring
The spirit of spring its fresh
ness its beauty of color is em
bodied in these suits. Materials
are checks and mannish stripes also
plain colors, they will increase in
favor with the advancing season.
- $24,75 up to
HmMUOfA w'i i hi it i nil'
$16.75 to $59.50
They are of charming originality,
and . assure personal comfort and
smartness. The cheerful spring col
ors and beautifying garnitures all per
fectly harmonize, and bring; these
coats a particular distinction.
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":" The color note of spring is artfully
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400 State St.
Portland 811k Shop
' 883 Alder St.
Turner, Mrs. Busey, Mrs. Charles
Shaw, Mr3. Ed. Keene, Mrs. B.
Stafford. Mrs. Hawk. Mrs. D. D.
Olmsted, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs.
Hallie Lynch, Mrs. Norma Terwil-
liger, Mrs. James Herron, Mrs.
Welse, Mrs. Snuder, Mrs. Hodgers,
and the hostesses, Mrs. Steward
and Mrs. Townsend.
Miss Minna L. Hardin;; will be
hostess for the members of the
Writers' section of the Salem Arts"
league Tuesday evening at the Eb
sen home, 635 Chemeketa street.
The eighty-first birthday" of
Mr. Burtord was observed Friday
afternoon at the meeting of the
Mothers' class of the First Metho
dist Sunday school at the home of
Mrs. B. Blatchford. Miss Gladys
Mclntyre sang a pleasing solo, ac
companied by Miss Grace Louise
"Bowen. Mrs. Jetson had charge
of the devotions. The WCTU
movement was carefully consid
ered. Mrs. John L. Brady talked
on some of the problems of the
CECIL FANNING, BARITONE, WHO
APPEARS IN CONCERT HERE FRIDAY
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Cecil Fanning, the distinguished
American baritone, will be in Sa
lem Friday evening to actualize
all that has been said of him. He
is a gifted singer through and
through. And his personality is
not inharmonious. Audiences both
at home and abroad are notably
fond of Cecil Fanning. Without
reservation they consider his voice
work flawless. His voice, his dic
tion, his interpretations, his pro
grams, his accomplishments, his
audiences, his style, and his per
sonality have everywhere combin
ed to win for him an enduring suc
cess. When abroad In 1920 he
was referred to by none other than
Mr. Ernest Newman as "Cecil Fan
ning, who has made the greatest
success of all the American sing
ers here this summer." It was
at this time he sang before the
H. B. Turpin, with whom Fan
ning has been associated through
his entire musical career, will be
at the piano. It is often said that
the harmony of the two artists
is so .perfect as to approach a joint
Fanning, who is of Irish extrac
tion, is not only a baritone of abil
ity, but also a poet of some note,
a number of his verses having been
set to music. He started his pro
fessional life, not as a musician,
but as a $15-a-week stenographer
which,, however, was only a means
to a life-long study in his chosen
work. It is Fanning, the superb
vocal artist, who is to be in Salem
It is through the efforts of Mrs.
W. E. Anderson that Salem music
lovers will hear the final of three
excellent concerts this coming Friday.
guest of Mrs. E. Hofer, 765 South,
Commercial street, and of Mrs. D.
C. Minto, 821 Saginaw street.' A
week ago Monday Mrs. Hofer en
tertained informally at tea for
Mrs. Houston with twenty-two
guests. On Wednesday of the
same week Mrs. William McGil
christ. Sr., was luncheon hostess,
placing covers for twelve. In the
evening of the same day Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Webb were hosts at
dinner, with Mrs. Houston again
the guest of honor. A group of
Roseburg friends made up the
guest-list when on Thursday Mrs.
C. P. Bishop was afternoon hostess
for Mrs. Houston. On Friday Mrs.
, Cook Patton entertained at
luncheon. At dinner Saturday
evening Mrs. J. L. Stockton and
Miss Zoe Stockton entertained
with covers placed thi3 time for
On last Wednesday Mrs. Hous
ton was entertained at a ten-place
luncheon in Woodburn, Mrs. E. G.
Emmett Issuing the delightful in
vitation. Mrs. Edgar Hartley was
the charming Thursday hostess
who invited Mrs. Houston and a
group of friends for the afternoon.
The final affair in the series was
the party Friday afternoon given
by Mrs. D. C. Minto.
The wedding of James Watson
Crawford and Miss Sue Truby will
be an event of Saturday, April 5.
Th'e ceremony will be read at four
o'clock in St. Michael's church.
Portland. The bridal party will
include Miss Grace Bingham, as
maid of honor, Mrs. James Mor
rell, Jr., and Mrs. Walter, H. Kor
rell (Alice Gadsby), with Mr. Fred
Mangus as best man. Mrs. Wil
liam Mullen will sing. The wed
ding march will be played by Miss
Lelia Slater. James Young of
Salem and Edward A. Thompson
of Portland have been chosen as
ushers. A number of nvitations
have been received in Salem. Mr.
Crawford is the son of Judge and
Mrs. A. M. Crawford.
Mrs. Claude Townsend and Mrs.
Milton Steward were Joint hos
tesses at the Townsend home for
an enjoyable evening of five hun
dred, with four tables in play". A
delicious late luncheon was served
Those present were: Mrs. Frank
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modern mother. Mrs. E. C. Hick
man was a special guest for the
afternoon. Election of officers
took place during the meeting
with the following results: Presl
dent, Mrs. C. A. Edwards; vice
president, Mr3. Charles Lisle; cor
responding secretary, Mrs. H. M.
Durkheimer; recording secretary,
Mrs. Lebold; treasurer, Mrs. Peck.
Liht refreshments were served.
Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney is
teacher ot the class, which meets
once a month for a social after
Mrs. Martin Fereshetian ras
the charming hostess of the even
ing when the members of the Al
pha Chi Omega alumni associa
tion met on Friday at her home.
Mrs. Fereshetian devoted the en
tire evening to a delightful three
part musicale, singing each num
ber and playing her own accom
paniments. An attractive yellow
color scheme was carried out in
the decorations and refreshments.
The musical numbers were as fol
lows, the first group being Ger
man numbers; the second group
Nur Wer Die Schnesucht
Der Erl Konig Schubert
Aria. Ah Se Tu Dormi (Giu-
. .letta e Romeo) Vackaj
Chanson Provencale, Del' Aqua.
Lovely Spring Coenen
Cradle Song Brahms
Angela Guad Thee . . . Hamilton
My Dearest Prayer Tandler
The American Association of
University Women will hold their
regular business meeting and pro
gram on next Saturday afternoon
at the Commercial club rooms at
2:30 o'clock. The educational
committee, of which Mrs. George
W. Hug is chairman, is In charge
of the program for the afternoon
which will include special music
the business meeting will be an
unusually urgent one, with reports
from the national board presented
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlg Tafte, 648
Union street, are receiving con
gratulations upon the birth ot a
To whiten dull, yellowish, stained teeth all
you need now do is brush teeth with a few
drops of a mild, harmless liquid then use a
special paste and watch stains disappear.
This new method is called Bleachodent Com
bination. The liquid softens the stains the
paste not only gently removes them, but pre
vents formation of new stains. Perfected by
prominent dentists. Fine for removing green
stains from children's teeth. No effect on en
amelits mild ingredients are intended to act
only on surface stains. To avoid disappoint
ment, beware of cheap liquid imitations- Al
ways insist on Bleachodent Combination, the
safe treatment. Small cost, at all good dealers,
Daniel J. Fry, Perry's Drug Store,
The Central Pharmacy, Worth & Gray,
AVOID IMITATIONS-INSIST ON
daughter, Saturday morning, to be
named Georgia Gladys.
To honor Mrs. Frank Atkins of
Bristol, Vermont. Mrs. W. M.
Hughes entertained at a pleasant
afternoon of Kensington, followed
with tea. The tea table was at
tractive with a centerpiece of daf
fodils and wild flowers. Green
candles father added to the dec
orative color scheme. . Mrs. F. W.
Selee poured. The guests for the
Kensington and tea were: Mrs.
A. T. Woolpert, Mrs. W. H Welch,
Mrs. B. E. Heikes, Mrs. H. Sj
Burkhart, Mrs. William McGil
Christ, Sr., Mrs. G. W. Laflar,
Mrs. Rasmussen, Mrs. B. J. Miles,
Mrs. Ella Moody, Mrs. F. W. Selee,
and Mrs. Atkins.
Mr. Xorleyn Hoff of Portland is
spending the week-end as a guest
at the O. P. Hon home, 296 North
The parent-teacher association
of the Lincoln and MciKnley
scbools, meeting last week, heard
two informing talks, one of a den
tal nature, dealing with the "Care
of Children's Teeth," given by Dr.
Floyd Utter, and the other of a
medical nature, dealing with "Dip
theria and Its Treatment," given
by Dr. Chester A. Downs. A short
musical program was enjoyed,
Miss Elaine Chapin playing a pi
ano solo and Mrs. Earl Pearcy
giving a vocal number. The re
port of the paper drive committee
leaves to the school a proceeds of
$60. A benefit entertainment is
being planned by the parent
teachers association to "be given
late in April at the Leslie M. E.
church. Mrs. Mason Bishop is in
charge of the arrangements.
The large bridge and Mah Jongg
affair of the week is prominently
scheduled for Tuesday afternoon
at the Woman's club house. Mrs.
Homer Gouley is general social
chairman for this, as well as for
all similar club functions of the
year. Mrs. William McGilchrist,
Jr., is the appointed chairman for
this week's event, her acting com
mittee Including: Mrs. Henry Con
noyer, Mrs. H. L. Stiff. Mrs. J.
Ray Luper, Mrs. FrankyMeyeri,
Mrs. B. L. Darby, Mrs. 0. E.
Shuneman, and Mrs. J. C. Currie.
Special decorative arrangements
are being carefully developed by
the committee. The Mah Jongg
is under the individual charge of
Mrs. Henry Cornoyer. The card
hour is set promptly at 1 o'clock.
An important feature of the after
noon wilt be the serving of the
tea at the small tables rather than
from one large table In the dining
room. This plan will add to the
pleasant intimacy ot the affair.
The tea hour will be at fonr.
Those having made reservations
include: - Mrs. Karl Becke, Mrs.
Edwin Baker, Mrs. George G.
Brown, Mrs. E. D. Bragg, Mrs; M.
O. Buren, Mrs. James Dusenbar&
Mrs. J. H. Evans, Mrs. William
Busick, Mrs. William Hamilton
Mrs. A. J. Rahn, Mrs. W. C Dyer,
Mrs. John Scott. Mrs. H. H. 01In
ger. Miss Alt a Jones. Mrs. W. E
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