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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1924
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CHARTER MEMBERS OF SCHUBERT OCTETTE
When fishes flew and forest walked
And figs grew upon thorn, i
Some moment when the moon was blood
Then surely I was born. ;
. With monstrous head and sickening cry
And ears like errant wings,
The devil's walking parody
. On all four-footed things, i
The tattered out-law of the earth,
Of ancient, crooked will;
Starve, scourge, deride me : I am dumo,
I keep my secret still.
Fools ! For I also had my hour i I '
One far. fierce hour and sweet; -
There was a shout about my hears,
And palms before my feet.
MUCH APPROVAL, expressed
Itself all oyer. the citr when
It was learned that the Salem
Woman's club was sponsoring the
appearance here, on . Saturday, De-
G. K. CHESTERTON,
"Th Lariat.") , " I
cember 6, of Tony Sarg's famous
Marionettes. ; Tony Sarg. himself,
is an Illustrator , 'or such publi
cations as Colliers and the San
Francisco Evening Post. As orig-
.w, a ir, ii n ii
Table d'Hote Dinner
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' Upper row. left to right Myrtle Knowland, Flora Fletcher, Grace Fawk, Marie Cor
ner. Lower row Delia Amsler, Gladys Ste venson. Bertha Vick, accompanist, Hilda
Amsler, and Ruth Reed. ; ; M j :
inator of these amazingly pleasing
puppets,, he even goes so far as to
make up his own posters and win
dow cards, i ' ' :- j. 1, ;..
Press notices read along as fol
lows: "For the sixth consecutive
season Tony Sarg'a Original ; Mar
ionettes will present, from Broad
way to California, the quaintest,
most novel and artistic entertain
ment imaginable. Operated I by
more than 400 invisible strings,
they dance,1 sing, play the piano,
smoke, play ball, ride prancing
chargers, sail on pirate seas, and
do a host of other things rJust
like real people. Lovely jsitfheTTrostess on Thursday at her
ture stage sets,; withlaborate
lighting and scenic effects, and es-
ectauy arrajafed music aaa to tne
charm or the performance." ,
Redfern Mason. artJ critic I for
the San Francisco Examiner, says:
If I were a millionaire I would
Shave these Marionettes play for
every school and In every hospital
(throughout the land. It would
pe a re-birth of wonder to a gen
eration starved of God's gifts by
hur soul-killing ; materialism, ' for
this Is the land : of dreams." ' He
continues to say those who . saw
rony Sargs Marionettes made "the
appiest audience I ever set eyes
n, and I don't know which enjoy-
d It more, youngsters or elders."
ie compares his poverty of words
fhen speaking of these Inimitable
.Tarionettes as ; comparable with
;s poverty 4twtdavrlien Pavi
pw& danced. when Fritx Kreisler
One of the Marionette feature
performances is . "The Pied Piper
or Hameiin,"; which in critic's
words with complete music set
ting becomes practically an
opera," and not simply the ro
mance Browning had In. mind.
: Two Salem performances will
be given an evening and a mati
nee, and both at the Armory.
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I Miss Lois Nye left yesterday
morning. for Centralia, Wash., to
visit her , sister, 1 Mrs. F. W.
Schwab, until after Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Beryl Urcfil"wasJa'e' o'clock
new: home in Nob Hill addition.
honoring the birthday of her fath
er, Mr. Ralph Gibson. The after
dinner hours were spent in playing
five-hundred, with the rooms at
tractively decorated with autumn
leaves and red and white chry
santhemums. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Gibson, Mr. and Mrs.
James Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Gibson, Miss Jessie Gibson, Mr.
Oris Hoffman, Mrs. Carrie Trud
gen, Mrs. Amy Birch, little Victor
Gibson. Carval Gibson, William
Trudgen; Jr., Wendell Dexter
Trudgen, Imogene Birch, Margaret
Birch and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
Beryl Birch. ;
J The Eastern Star Social After
noon club will postpone their
meeting from November 11 to No--vembeT
mer date being Armistice day.
Hostesses, when the club meets
SC TJo. SESO ' poets . Otnffltt
D3co" Dovtq Gray " "
SALESl'S LEADING DEPARTMENT
Schubert octette sings in Port
land, Municipal auditorium. 3
Nemo club, Dr. and Mrs. Carl
ton Smith, hosts. -.?
V. D. club, Mrs. John Nathman.
1070 Leslie street, hostess. .
Merry-Go-Round club, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Soencer. 287 North
Thirteenth street, hosts.
Unitarian Church dinner. 6:30
Junior Guild of Sr. Paul's Epis
copal church. Mrs. H. A.. Cor-
noyer, 775 North Summer street.
Salem Arts league "get-togeth
er," Roberta studio, 505 North
Summer street, 8 p. m.
Woman's Foreign Missionary
society, Mrs. F. 11. Thompson. 351
North Summer street, hostess.
OAC club. Miss Ola Clark. 765
Marion street, hostess. 8 o'clock.
Three Link club, country fair
and bazaar, IOOF halls.
AAUW silver tea, Willamette
lodge, home of Mrs. C. Thayer,
North Capitol street.
on the latter date, will be Mrs
Albert Smith, Mrs. S. S. East,
Mrs. James Imlah, Mrs. A. H.
Steiner, Mrs. Arthur Moore, Mrs,
David Pugh i and Mrs. Herbert
Mrs. E. S. IByers of 1077 South
High street, who has been in at
tendance at the bedside of her
mother since September 2 1 near
Springfield. Neb., sent a telegram
to Salem friends yesterday saying
her mother passed away at . Her
hjnie a 2:05 o'clock in the morn
- The1 John H. Race home on
North Fifth street was the festive
scene of a delightful Hallowe'en
affair a week ago Saturday when
Miss Alice Race and Miss Grace
Henderson entertained at a' gay
masquerade and costume party, a
beautiful array of personages as
sembling for the evening against
the elaborate black and yellow and
floral background ' the hostesses
had arranged. White baby chry
santhemums, lavender, fuschia and
white cosmos, and yellow mari
golds were the f lowers used in
Two costume prizes were given
during the evening, one to Mildred
Scott for the prettiest, and a sec
ond to Mildred Halaeth for the
most amusing. Elizabeth Wateds,
in her dainty ballet dress, won the
dancing prize.. Other pretty solo
kora ana ay wauaiai. t-
A group of girls added to the
program of the evening with a
very pleasing musicale after which
Hallowe'en games were featured.
Elizabeth Waters was the witch
of the evening, receiving he
guests at the door with the clam
my grip of a "cold, wet glove."
In the serving pf refreshments
Mrs. Race was assisted by Mrs. L.
Lunsford. : s '-
The group present for the merry
party were Elizabeth Waters, Lil
lian Scott, Winifred Ritchie, Llla
Cation, Fay Williams, Jean Luns
ford, Alice Claxton, Catherine Bar
ker, Eleanor Henderson, Mildred
Halseth. Dorothy Race, Doris Dra-
ger and the hostesses, Alice Race
and Grace Henderson.
The members, of the Cherry City
'club met Friday evening for the
first meeting of the season at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mlnto.
A 6:30 o'clock dinner was served.
followed by an evening of f ive
hundred. . In the playing, high
scores were won by Mrs. A. '
Wain and Mr. Fred Steusloff.
Tne dinner table was lovely
witn its centerpiece of pink chry
santhemums and harmonizing can-
ales used. A variety of autumn
flowers were used in the rooms.
' The personnel cf the club la
eludes Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fry, Sr.,
air. and Mrs. Fred Steusloff. Mr,
and Mrs. Edgar Hartley, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Downing, Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Rlee.-Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Craig, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wain.
and the hosts of the first evening,
Mr. and Mrs. D.'C. "Mlnto? Guest
covers or the evening were placed
ror Mrs. Kitty Graves and John
The TNT club of the high school
entertained last evening in Derby
Hall with a masquerade dancing
party,: Balloons and confetti ad
ded to the festive spirit of the eve
Tnose" invited for the day
dance were: Miss Hazel George.
Miss Pauline i Marnach, Miss Fay
Wassam, Miss Fay Wolx, Miss
Wanda Jean Heberlie, Miss Dor
othy Swegle, Miss Leona Geer,
Miss Rosalie j Jones, Miss Jose
phine Jaskoski. Miss Gwendolyn
Harris. Miss Virginia Dorcas, Miss
Doris Nye, Miss Rovena Eyre, Miss
Marvel Edwards,; Miss Dorothv
The slim, supple figure Is the
KoTder of the day! No matter
in what degree you need to re
dace, the Rubber Bandobelt
will help, you do it In perfect
comfort and in the shortest
See these wonderful new
.--...!. ' models. ' -
THE SPECIALTY SHOP
(MJss) Ttensk L. Swart
453 COURT ST.
Classes In Polychrome, Compo
Work, Oil Painting, Charcoal
i'Aintinf; juitl .Enaxiiis "WorK.- ,.
Tuesday and 'Saturday After
noons and Wednesday nights.
MAURINE BEALE LEE
. No. 23 Breyman Building
Robinette, Miss 1 Elra Franklin,
Miss Helen Marcus. Miss Lorena
Geer, Miss Lois Moorhead,' Miss
Leone Halt, Miss eGneva Sundln.
Miss Lucile Anderson, Miss Mil
dred Ackerman. Miss Genevieve
Campbell, Miss Lois Gorsline,
Miss Helen Gorsline. Miss Maxine
Glover, Miss Maude Gwynn. Miss
Alpha Holcomb, Miss Marie Hitch
cock. Miss Kreta Janz, Miss Mar
guerite Millard, Miss. Virginia
Neef. Miss Echo De Sart. Mls3
Frances Sandes, Miss Marie Tur
ner. Miss Wilma Simpkins, Miss
Rose Huston. Miss Gladys. Mur
phy, Miss Ethel McGilchrist. Miss
Beryl Holt. Miss Ada Ross.
Wesley Ellis, Raymond Bone-
steele, Delmer Larsen, Vernon
Perry, Lyman Laycock, Howard
Kurtz, John Schei, Robert Aahby,
Joe Lane, John George, Cecil Ed
wards, Homer Richards, Le '. Roy
Grote. Frederick Arpke, Max Mc
Laughlin, Carl Newton, -Harry
Olinger, Kenneth Rich, Ray Lu
cas,. Donald Deckebach;. . Dean
Sackman; Carl Walker, Virgil
Moorhead, Wayne Harris, Jerome
Hansen, Charles Coffey, Deryl
Myers, Robert Ramsden, Robert
Newberg', Donald Kelly, Collas
Marsters. Cecil Thompson and
Garnet Harra. -
Patrons and patronesses for the
affair were: " ; ' v
Mr. and Mrs. H6I1U Hunting
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover.
Mrs. James Godfrey,- Miss Emma
Godfrey. Miss Lela Johnson, Miss
Elizabeth Brown and the club ad
visor. Miss Anna Towe.
Folders being sent out by the
Salem Arts league give something
of the purpose as well as the
scope of this organization, the
purpose Creative . and Apprecia
tive resolvfub'to the following;
formal statement: "The object of
the Salem Arts league is to devel
op the creative in Us raeintfcrs,
and to promote an active Interest
in, and appreciation of, Literature
(Continue cn paga S)
BEAUTIFY IT WITH
Perfect h d m e
dyeing and tin tins
is guaranteed with
Just dip In cold
water to tint soft,
delicate shades, or
boil to dye rich,
Each 15-cent pack
age contains direc
tions so simple
tnr woman can dye
or tint lingerie, silks, ribbons,
skirts, waists, dresses, coats, stock
ings, sweaters, draperies, cover
ings, hangings, everything new.
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind and tell your druggist whe
ther the material you wish to color
is .wool or silk, or whether it is
linen, cotton, or mixed goods.
' Received This Week at the
itlas Book & Stationery Co.
"The Green Hat" .........
............ Michael Arlen
"These Charming People!..
"Sard Harker'John Masefield
"Elsie and the Child"
"Our Presidents" James Morgan
". . . ....... ..Modern Library
"A Passage to India" . .
E. M. Forster
"The Dance of Life"
fe Will Be
r November 11
COATS - SUITS - DRESSES
Scores of Special Offerings
This is an opportune time to get
new wearing apparel for
fJS' new wearing apparel for 0(
G Thanlcsmvintr r
. M 7 ul
at worth while savings just at the
start of ihe cold weatlier season.
It la none too early to start Chrlstmal
shopping. Saturday saw hundreds ft
the store buying silks, linens. musllB.
crepes, ribbons, threads and laces to
used In making up of gifts. i I
Silk Dress Values
A varied collection of brand new
styles In satin canton and canton crepes,
qualities that are indeed rare at this
price. ' The new wanted colorings, charm
and. youth are in every line of. these
- Sizes 16 up to 44.
Come Now While Selections Are Good
YOUR IAIL ORDERS
carefully filled. We pay the
postage or express within -;
radius of a hundred miles.
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- Salem Store,
466 State SU
"Portland Silk Ehrp,
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