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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OUEGON
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1924
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":'.'-:;:''.--' GOD'S WORLD .
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A CD RED BUNCH
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O world, I cannot hold thee close enough!
Thy -winds, thy wide grey skies! t
.'"' I Thy mists that roll and rise! ; I
Thy woods, this autumn day, that ache and sag
h And all but cry , with colour! That gaunt crag
To crush! To lift the lean of that black blurt!
i World! . World! I cannot get thee close enough!
Long hare I known a glory in it all,
I . But never knew I this;
Here such a passion is
As stretcheth me apart. Lord. I do fear?
Thou'st made the world too beautiful this year;
My soul is all but one of me,- let fall 1
No burning leaf; prithee, let no bird call.! -
i . ! EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY.
i 1 i From "Renascence." i
i-pHE FURTHERING OP various
X Interesting plana in connec
tion with the special state confer
ence which will be held In Salem
In honor of Mrs. Anthony Wayne
Cook on the 26th of this month
completely occupied the members
of Chemeketa chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution who met yesterday after
noon at the home of Mrs. W." H.
Byrd for! the first fall meeting.
Mrs. C. C. Clark and Miss Ola
Clark acted a joint hostesses with
Mrs. ByrdV .
, As one of the leading ; club
events of the entire season, the
members of the organization are
anticipating the special conven
tion with much Interest. . Li
The many details of the affair
will be under the efficient care of
the following members of Chad
wick chapter:' ' - i I
General chairman, Mrs. Elmo S.
White; program, tMrs. Russell Cat
lin; entertainment, Mrs. W. H.
Byrd; transportation. Mr. U. G.
Shipley; luncheon, Mrs. ; Homer
Goulet; dinner, Mrs. J, W. Harbi
son; lunch. Mrs.fC. C. Best; dec
oration (house of representatives-,
Mjs- Frances Cornell decoration
(Salem woman's club house.) Mrs.
Ri J. Valiton. Additional charges
as announced are: badge, Mis Ola
Clark;, conference registrar, Mrs.
H. M. Styles; platform. Mrs. C. C.
Clark; information, Mrs. J. C.
Heltzel; check room, Mrs Chapel;
accessories, Mrs. A. A. Underhill.
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Chapter AB of the PEO Sister
hood wiH meet tomorrow evening
at the home of Miss Dorothea
Steusloff, 1185 Court street, for
the first September meeting.
Robert Bishop presided at an1
attractively 1 appointed birthday
dinner for bis 15th anniversary,
on Friday evening at the home of
his, grandmother. Mrs. C. D.
Gabrlelaon. . Mrs. Gabrlelson. as
hostess, was assisted ; by Mrs.
Frank Spears. Flame-colored iln
nlas centered the table, with can
dles of the same color decking the
festive cake in which were con
cealed the customary symbols of
the occasion. Dancing was the
after-dinner diversion among the
young people. '
, Dinner covers were placed for
Miss Nancy Thielsen. Miss Mildred
Roberts. Miss Dorothy Livesley.
Miss Dorothy Bell, Miss Jeanette
Sykes, Ted Young, Charles Kay.
Bishop, Henry Thielsen, Carl Ga
brlelson, David Mason of Albany,
and the guest of honor, Robert
Bishop. ; . .
Miss Esther Roefer left Friday
night for Coquille where she will
be a member of the Coquille high
school faculty. Miss Carolyn Wil
son will also teach' in the same
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Spaul
ding, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Griffith
and Mrs. Walter Spaulding were
guests at dinner Tuesday evening
at the Roy I Mills home in Port
land. v ' v ?
i Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Rebman were
hosts at an attractive dinner Fri
day evening , at their home, plac
ing covers for six. A color scheme
of red predominated in the rooms
where the after dinner hours were
spent with music. A bowl of dah
lias, with cosmos, centered the
table, where covers were placed
for Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Rathbun,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fitzgerald and
the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Reb
man. i : ': "' 1 i; I
Coats, the choicest of
for the Fall and Win
ter ! Season!
Women who seek that perfect blending of styishness and
correct fitting will find complete satisfaction in choosing
from these newly arrived assortments.
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Whether or not you are ready to purchase your coat, you
owe it to yourself to see our collection 4
vi Materials are Gerona, Bolivia, Blocked Bolivia, Downy Wool,
Velour and others! Colors are in the new woodsy brown shades,
penny brown, tan, black, navy and greys. Coats have long; lines,
hipless and full length; many are trimmed with long hair furs
and flat pelts, as beaver which is so very stylish squirrel,
wolf, fox, and coney. Sleeves are interesting this new season,
described as "mandolin," "balloon, "lantern," and some flare
and others are straight. Some ; coats are trimmed in braided
. designs, cartridge tucking and selftrim in graceful effects.
Whatever price, you pay, your money will
bring in return full satisfaction r
Priced at $16.98 up to $95.00
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New Fall Millinery
J i in Our Downstairs Store
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$2.98 $3.98 $4.98 $6.75
j $6.98 $7.98 !
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Salem Store Portland Silk Shop
463 State St, 383 Alder SL
Your Mail Orders
receire careful attention. We
prepay the postage or ex
press within a radios ot a
hundred miles. :
on every purchase or your
Caoney cheerfully refunded.
Matilda's Shopping Diary
By AUDRED BUNCH
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MANY who hare come back from vacations
at the lakes, caves, mountains, and beaches
tell Mathilda of what a really interesting: thing
it Is to explore through the s'hops, and once
more get into touch.-,; If you are anxious that Salem's returning
vacationists become? even more quickly in touch, any Salem
merchant may easily arrange with The Statesman for a personal
interview with Mathilda, and include bis shop In the story next
was the after-dinner diversion.
The honor of the evening went to
Dr. Grover C. Bellinger,1 while F.
C. Meyers won the consolation
Dinner covers were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hopkins of
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. P. G.
iifeyers, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Webb,
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Geer, Mr. and
Irs. T. H. Galloway, Dr. and Mrs.
prover Bellinger, Mr. and M"
Phil Newmyer, Mr. and Mrs. R.
j. Valiton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred An-
unsen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burton.
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Kirk.
Mr. and Mrs, I. R. Rebman are
guests this week-end in Portland.
Last week-end and Labor day were
spent at Newport.
Prof, and Mrs. E. C. Richards
and Miss Frances Richards are
home from a vacation trip up the
is sure to
her at MRS.
The "little lady"
find a hat to please
HV P- STITH'S, 333
the only place in
Madge Evans hats are) sold, each
so "distinctive, and each in quality
so faultless. Then, of 'fcourse,. the
mother of the little : girl who
loves the exclusiveness of a Madge
Evans hat will herself demand
the most authentic j of the fall
modes. Mrs. Stith has an up-to-date
line that Is sure to interest
her." Coats and dresses are on
display, tod, Mrs. Stith making a
t,pec laity of the larger sizes.
Amazing how youth and charm
ig-restored through a smart fash-
ionable b o b
by:? the KAL-
use brains as
well as shears
to bring out hidden beauties in
one's hair and facey One of
Mathilda's j. friends i i aid tn hr
frankly, "I look ten years rounc
r since I had it done'? at MIL
LER'S BEAUTY PARLOR.
Old-fashioned silver lustre with
a rioral decoration j makes effec
tive powder containers for the
modern dressing table.'-,
One writer in speaking of the
Democratic conventioiinBays this:
"An extremely picturesque and
impressive i part of the convention
were the women delegates."
The other day a friend of mine
was speaking about ; the wonders
of the Duo: Art about! being able
to hear at a slttinr-r-Paderew-
ski, Rachmaninoff, Grainger. She
had learned all this from her
reading, but she told: me confi
dentially that she had never had
the opportunity to hear the Duo-
Art- I immediately suggested that
she go down to MOORE'S and ask
to hear a record or two. She said
she had never dared! ThU friend
simply wasn't acquainted with
MOORE'S MUSIC HQUSE, where
the latch ' string is always out.
They welcome the opportunity to
display the wonders of this re
markable instrument. I Why, Just
yesterday I listened; to a wonder
ful recording of Katnihnoi-Ostrow
hy Harold r Bauer! Maybe, you,
too, haven't known; ; about Duo
Art playing Saturdays, at the
noon hourj and In the. late after
noon and evening! M-
For that versatility In wraps
that the season demands, Mathil
da hopes you will not deny your
jelf the opportunity of
viewing the autumn
modes now on display
it MILLER'S. Like
any other discriminat
ing ; woman you will
be pleased immediately
with such signatures of
title as Redfern, Conde,
Betty Wales, and
Printz. ' You can find
your favorite make in
any I one of such fash
ionable materials as
Cuir de Laine, Fawn
skin, Kashmana, Cam
el's Hair, and Ossmana
and m sucn diverting colors as
iTile. Penny. Cinnebar. Kaffir.
KE SISTERS- Rosewood, and Dusk. For the
Here experts sport coat Camel's Hair is meet
ing with unusual favor. r
They say that in the smart
capitals of Europe fashionable
women choose their perfumes to
match their moods. "If you are
conventional, dignified, stately,
fond of society there is one per
fume or, "if you are demure, but
with a hidden sparkle fond of
nature and travel" there is. yet
another, or, better, a subtle blend
ing of several from the choice ar
ray at your disposal.
As a fur, many are choosing
this season mink-dyed squirrel.
And real . leather as a trimming
for the costume is meeting un
LEATHER, nothing takes the
place of LEATHER, and nothing
needs to, with the only exclusive
leather house In the Willamette
Valley right here iu Salem. F. E.
SHAFER. 170 South Commercial
street, with his thirty-five years'
experience In the LEATHER and
harness business is a thorough ex
pert whether your choice is in
BAGS. SUIT CASES, belts of ev
ery kind, purses, BRIEF CASES,
harness, or the finest of gloves.
For the sportsman no more hand
some golf bags or fish baskets
can be found anywhere. ' j
Oh. so much attention is being
paid to sleeves this season. It is
sleeves this way, and sleeves that
way, but, at any event, sleeves at
tractive. While you may choose
leg-o'-mutton or bell sleeves, the
real ingenuity' is in the trimming.
Fur provides a favored medium,
as does the very fabric of the lin
The Junior guild of St. Paul's
Episcopal church will meet for the
first fall meeting on Tuesday at
2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E.
H.' Kennedy, corner of Falrmount-
and Washington streets. Since
business of considerable urgency
will come up, an especially large
attendance Is anticipated.
Mrs. Ralph White will be In at
tendance during the week at the
state convention of dancing teach
ers In Portland. j
Interesting and. delightful news
of the' week was the announcement
on Thursday of the engagement
of Miss Clemma Sauder, daughter
Of Mrs. Lillian Sauder,; to Walter
Fraser, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Fraser. The news was given
at a charming 1 o'clock luncheon
at which Mrs. Amos f Vass pre
sided as hostess. A profusion of
pink lilies added to the' attractive
ness of the dining room. The
dainty place cards revealed the
secret of the betrothal; .
The afternoon was spent In a
happy. Intimate manner with songs
and chatting. Miss Sauder is a
member of the senior class at the
Salem high school.
Covers at the betrothal lunch
eon were placed for the . bride-
elect. Miss Clemma Sauder, Mrs,
Lillian Sauder, Miss Anna Mc
intyre. Miss Honor Zell, Miss Her
mina Klaus, Miss Ruth Kitchen;
Miss Vivian Etter, Miss Opal Bud
long. Miss Helen- Walcher, Miss
Odlle Matthews. Miss Pearl Turn
er, and the hostess, Mrs. Amos
Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Burton and
children, Lois and Donald, have
returned home following a vaca
tion at Newport. f "
: Prof, and Mrs. W. E. KIrk are
spending a two weeks' vacation at
Newport. They are domiciled at
a Seacrest cottage.
The Yomarco Sunday school
class of the First Methodist church
will have their monthly meeting
Indiana society picnic Penin
sula Park. Portland.
Chapter AB of the PEO sister
hood, Miss Dorothea Steusloff,
1185 Court street.
Junior Guild of St. Paul's Epis
copal church. 2 o'clock.
Willamette Shrine No. 2 of the I
White Shrine of Jerusalem, Ma
sonic temple, 8 o'clock.
Yomarco class. Dr. and Mrs. F.
L. Utter hosts, 446 Oak street.
Silver tea. Woman's Home
Missionary Society ot the Leslie
Methodist church. Mrs. J. L. In
grey, hostess, if :-; . - .
Castle chapel United Brethren
church. Ladies' Aid.
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. L.'
Utter, 446 Oak street, Tuesday,
Sept. 9. : .
I The Misses Thilda and Josenh-
ine Johanson entertained Thurs
day evening at a farewell party
in honor of Mrs. T. Paxton, Ethel
Wlnlock and Tom Hewett of Cal-
g&ryd Alberta, who have been vis
iting here at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. Winlock. Music and
cards were the diversion, after
which a delightful lunch was
served to 16 guests. V
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cooper are
home from a summer spent at
Newport where they have built a
new cottage named "Latfalot."
(CoatUMtd oa pmt 5)
Studied with Cesar Thomson In Brussels. Belgium, in 1920 and
j j J In New York In 1923-24
Announces re-opening of her studio and offers to her students
the .advantages of her recent study in New York and abroad.
Alchin Harmony, Tone Thinking and Ear Testing.:
Studio 1563 Court Street .. Portland Studio
Salem, Oregon . Tuesdays and Fridays
! Phone 24 4-J at 402 Bush & Lane Bldg.
j . : j High School Credits Given .
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Simon ton ar
rived Friday evening: from Crest
line, Ohio, following a stop at Se
attle. They will be guests at the
W. W. Cory home for a time. The
inany friends of Mr. and Mrs. Sim-
onton will; be glad to know that
they plan to locate here.
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Mr. and Mrs. I.i M. Doughton
and children are guests this week
end In Albany as guests of Mrs.
Doughton's mother.) i
;'i Mr. and! Mrs. Reginald San ford
have s returned from "Hood Rhrer
Where they-visited Mrs. Sanford'a
mother, Mrs. F. B. Carlisle.
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Miss Marian Jessie Walker and
Allen W. Nusum were united in
marriage yesterday; at the home
of Rev. Richard Hocking. A re
ception was held t following the
ceremonies at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Ci.Russell at 1020 North
Cottage street, with 'refreshments
Served at a late hour.
Mrs. Nusum left for
moon. r : I , '
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f Seventyfive women made np
the interested audience meeting
Friday afternoon in the parlors
of the First Christian church to
hear the talk of Mrs. C. E. Pow
ell. Mrs. Powell, jwho also had
With her her two children, Lloyd
and Greta, all three! being dressed
In the native costumes of India.
In taking up her topic, Mrs.
Powell spoke of India hardly seem
ing a nation on account of the
composite-nature ot her language
and peoples. Mrs.; Powell spoke
especially along the lines ot the
work she ihad followed In India,
dealing especially jrith the edu
cational phases. A j feature of the
arternoon was the singing by the
trio of a group of. songs in the
t language of India, due number be-
" . m ' "mm . . .. .
ing ine zamuiar caitdren's num
ber, "Jesus Blda Us Shine."
a brief honey-
Mrs. J. T. Hunt's division had
charge of the refreshments for the
afternoon. ; . j
For the next meeting of the
society, the first Friday in Octo
ber, the membetrs of the' Dallas
society have been invited to be
guests. Mrs. J. O. Humphries pre
sided at the meeting Friday. ;'
Mrs. A. S. Duncan had as her
guests Mrs. A. C. Schmitt and Mrs.
F. H. Pfelffer of Albany.
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Prof, and Mrs. Horace WilHston
and little son Horace, Jr., are ex
pected home this week from Can
non beach where they have been
enjoying a vacation since the close
of the summer session, at the Uni
versity of Oregon. -
The members of the missionary
society of the First Congregational
church met Friday afternoon tot
the opening meeting of the fall
season at the home of Mrs. Vera
Shattuc. Mrs. W. D. Clarke, as
chairman, presented Miss Ruth
Fields who spoke in an Interest
ing way of her . personal . work
among the girls of India whom
she 'is helping to train for work
among - their own people. :
' Mrs. H. L. Clarke led the devo
tlons. The committee in charge
of the .afternoon included Mrs:"
Vera Shattuc, Mrs. W. D. Clark,
and Mrs. H.W. Bross.
At the business meeting special
plans were made in the interest of
the state conference of the deno
mination which will meet In Sa
lem October 1-3. j
Mrs. J. J. Roberts will be bos
teas for the society at the next
meeting, October 3.
Mrs.. Walter J. Kirk was hos
tees last Saturday evening at a
genial birthday dinner planned for
the .pleasure of her husband. A
variety of autumn flowers were
used ia tbe rooms. Five hundred
Here Is Some
that will Interest
the stout women
who want to re
duce. For further par
453 Court Street
pied by American
Express Co. :
New Winter oats
$16,1 $19.75, $24.75 $29.75, $34.75, $44.75
I Including the new slender models with tucked collars
and puffed sleeves. Some are trimmed with fur while
others are gathered and boast of the wrap collars.
Colors; are tan, taupe,' brown, beaver, navy, novelty j
mixtures and black, f -4 4 i