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SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 22, 1025
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
That is your fate, you chance, yon must be ever changing, j v -You
climb from a boy to a man, from a man to a god, ; : :'"
And the god looks back on the man with a smile, and the man on the
f boy with wonder; - s
But 1, 1 am woman for ever: I change not at all. '
I CLEMEXCE DANE: Will Shakespeare..
MR. AND MRS. "Gideon Stols
' were honored ' on ; Friday
evening with a twenty-one cover
dinner at the home of Mrs. Lenta
Westacott, marking the occasion
of their fifty-seventh wedding an
B i versa ry. A beautiful basket of
Columbia roses centered the table,
frith a profusion of spring flowers
in the rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Stolz,
who bare made Salem their home
or half a century, hare a host of
riends here who remembered
hem with . flowers, messages of
congratulation and gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Stolz were mar
ried in Dayton, Ohio, fire years
before coming to Oregon.
Forty members and guests of
be "American Association of Uni
versity Women met for an inter
esting luncheon meeting at 12:30
o'clock yesterday t the Gray
Belle. Dr. and Mrs. Walter H.
prown and Miss Thompson were
the special guests of the day, with
jDr. "Brown the speaker.
Mrs. Ira K. Hall, dressmaker,
hei- minr friends will h nloasof
ito know, has returned to .Salem
and la at 1293 Fir street.
The members of the Capitol
Bridge club make up one of the
congenial club groups of Salem
which met during the past week.
On Wednesday Mrs. Milton Meyers
was hostess for the group with
Mrs. Ed Gillingham and Mrs. Earl
Flegel as special g-uests. A feat
ure! of the attractively appointed
1 o'clock luncheon was the use of
lovely Hawaiian trays which Mrs.
Meyers herself brought from the
Islands. Jonquils and forsythia
gave a pleasing floral note about
The afternoon's playing prize
went to Mrs. Edwin L. Baker, with
guest prizes to Mrs. Gillingham
and Mrs. Flegel.
In the group for the afternoon
were Mrs. Gillingham. Mrs. Flegel,
Mrs. Edwin L. Baker, Mrs. G. G.
Brown, Mrs. Joseph Baumgarjt-ner,-Mrs.
W. II, Dancy, Mrs. I.
F. Griffith, Mrs. O. C. Locke. Mrs.
Frank Meredith, Mrs; II. II. Olin-
ger, Mrs. R. E. Lee Steiner, Mrs
W. Carlton Smith, and the hos
tess, Mrs. Meyers. ' f
Mrs. Josephine Stewart of Cor
vallis is spending a few days with
Salem friends, a guest at the home
of Mrs. R. J. Hendricks,
r ; : ' " ,
Dr. Alexander Bennett of Brem
erton, Wash., was the house-guest
two days - last :week of Mr. and
Mrs; G. W. Laflar. On Wednesday
Miss Grace Breckenridge and Mrs.
E. B reck en ridge were additional
guests to dinner. "
,: ' X A u. X'
r" Astoria, Or., March 21. A res
olution recommending that Sthe
United States enter the world
court of International f relations
met with warm, opposition at the
closing session of the 12th annual
state convention of the Daughters
of the American Revolution here
today. After a heated discussion,
in which the opposition based its
attack on the advice of George
Washington that the United States
keep free from '-."entangling alli
ances" the resolution was with
drawn. The delegates voted to
continue the work of marking his
torical spots in the; state and
turned down the suggested amend
meat to the national organization
constitution which would raise In
itiation fees from $5 to S10.
The invitation of the Multno
mah county chapter to hold the
Shoppe, honoring group "of the
high school girls who are planning
entering college. A special musi
cal feature is planned. The hos
tesses in charge are Mrs. A. W
Stein, Mrs. D. Keeney, Miss Danta
Robbins and Miss Myrtle Pelkr.
,-i -'v ;, . v ; ".y
" TheHaysvilIe Community "'club
held Its ; regular meeting Friday
evening. March 20, with a large
attendance, and after a short bus
iness session a very fine profrr-2
was, rendered.; The ; play, "Sign
Here,! by the school children was
very funny and ..well executed.
The vocal sola by Mrs. Malcolm
Ramp, accompanied by Professor
Roberts on the piano, was especi
ally fine and. Judging by the ap
plause and encores, was highly
appreciated. .h. -, i
Mr, Bunn next, favored the aud
ience 'with three Norwegian dia
lect recitations , which wars, fall
of humor and rendered in a pro
fessional manner. .'; j ; -,
Vocal duet by Mrs. C. Z. Ash
baugh and Mr. Mad sen. accompan
ied by Mrs. Malcolm Ramp, was
heartily applauded and encored.
Coleen Menace gave, one of her
inimitable, hdmorous recitations,
and the negro, comedy act by Joe
Foley, assisted by Miss Lengren,
brought, down the house time af
ter time.. The costumes were: fur
nished i by courtesy of Director's
department store. .
Chapter AB of the PEO Sister
hood will meet at 7:45 o'clock
Monday evening at the home of
Mrs. H. E. Barrett. 2117 State
The public will be interested In
attending the annual graduation
exercises for the 1925 class of the
Salem hospital at 8 o'clock Tues
day evening at the Woman's club
house. Adelaide' F. Post and
Claire B. Davis will be the gradu
The main address of the eve
ning will be given by Dr. H. J.
Clements. The complete program
is announced as follows:;
Mme Germaine Schnitzer ,
. "... S: . .
Famous l"rencn pianist who
will appear in Salem on Mon
day, March 30, under the aus
pices of the Civic Music club.
192 mnvpntlnn i fwtianri w9B Piano solo Cecil Deacon
flMfotpH arA xir v. c. Annannn i Invocation -:. . . . Rev. J. K. Buck
of McMlnnville was selected state
vice-regent in place of Mrs. A. A.
Finch, Astoria, resigned.
:f : . '
Salem people will be Interested
In the radio concert at 5:30
o'clock when the two Willamette
University Glee clubs broadcast a
joint program from station KGW.
Active and alumnae members
of the "Alph XI Delta sorority
from both the University of Ore
gon and Oregon Agricultural col
lege will entertain on Wednesday
afternoon at 4:15 o'clock with' a
tea at the Colonial Dame . Tea
Sunday, March 22
1 Olympia Oyster or Fruit Cocktail
Chicken Gumbo Creole Consomme au Celerl
Fresh Crab Salad Mayonnaise ? ;
Fruit Salad, Whipped Cream j '
. ''-.(. I Choice r :
New York Sirloin Steak Bordelaise Sauce
'Shredded Breast of Chicken a la King .
Roast Leg of Lamb Currant Jelly
Roast Oregon Turkey, celery dressing
Prime Ribs of Eastern Steer au jus
Buttered Tiny Peas
Au gratin Potatoes
: Dessert v -
Fresh Blackcap Sundae j
Gray Belle French Pastry. Pie Cake i
Peaches and Cream " Ice Cream Sherbert
Tea Coffee . Milk Chocolate ,
A La Carte Service all Day. Music During Dinner in the
' r : Kvenlng
Presentation of class ....... . ;
. . ... . ... . . . Dr. C. A. Downs
Address .... Dr. H. J, Clements
Vocal solo'.,.Mrs. P.; L. Newmyer
Charge to class. .Dr. W. B. Morse
Presentation of diplomas . , . . .
.... . . . !,1 -i August Huckestein
Presentation of pins. . . . .
Miss Gladys Steele
Selection. .McDowell club quartet
Mrs. J. R. Chapman returned
home Friday evening after spend
ing a number of weeks In Port
land. The Civic Music club of Port
land will present artist pupils of
William Wallace Graham, violin;
Minnetta Magers, voice, and Ella
Connell Jesse, piano, in a triangle
concert in the parlor of the Port
land Sj-i hotel " Tuesday X evening,
Marcti 24. Of special interest to
Salem people will be the fact that
one of the pupils presented by Mr.
1 SOCIAL CALENDAR
: i Today
I Ladies and Men's Glee clubs of
Willamette university in Joint ra
dio concert over station KGW,
Portland. 5 o'clock.
i Winona R. Jewell, speaker at
Union Young People's meeting.
6:30 o'clock. First Presbyterian
church, and at United Brethren
church,' 17th and Nebraska streets
at 11 a. m. A-- . y j
. "The Ten Virgins," Pantomime.
First Christian church. ' " "
' Miss Joy Turner hostess for pu
pils at musicale tea. 2:30 o'clock.
! AmerIcan Legion auxiliary tea.
2 to 5 o'clock. McCornack hall.
' Chapter AB of the PEO Sisterhoods-
Mrs. ,H. E. Barrett. 2117
State street, hostess, 7:45 o'clock.
j-",; A Tuesday
i Musical program. Salem high
school. 8 o'clock
Salem hospital graduation exer
cises. Woman's club house.
Salem Arts' League. Business
meeting. 7:30 o'clock. Public library.
, Mrs. T, A. Li vesley, hostess for
bridge club. Lincoln Hill.. ,
Alpha XI Delta tea. Colonial
Dame Tea Shoppe. 4: IS o'clock.
Salem branch I of National
League of Women Voters. City
library. - '
1 ? Saturday
Salem Woman's - club. Club
house. 2:30 o'clock." - ,
COLOR THINGS NEW
dyeing' and tint
ing is guaranteed
Dyes. Just dip in
cold water to tint
shades, or boil to
dye rich, perma
nent colors. Each
contains directions bo simple any
woman, can dye or tint lingerie,
silks, r ribbons, skirts. - waists,
dresses, coats, stockings, sweaters,
draperies, coverings, , hangings,
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.
Gilchrist, Jr., Mrs. Linn Smith,
Mrs. Kenneth Graham, Mrs. Max
Page. Mrs. Karl Becke, Mrs. H.
V. Compton, Mrs. Frank Myers,
Mrs. Fredrick Hill : Thompson
Mrs. L. A. Geer, Mrs. Everett Hob
son, Mrs. Tom Galloway, Mrs.
Herbert Stiff, Mrs. Carl Webb,
Mrfc IV G. Shilpley, Mrs. Grover
C. Bellinger, Mrs. Walter Kirk,
Mrs.- on Byrd of Portland, Mrs.
1 Bliss Dar&y. Mrs. - H. R. - Worth
Mrs. Leo Page, Mrs. Carl Johnson,
Mrs. W. J. Bnsick.' Mrs. Wilson
Darby, Mrs. Walter Page. Mrs. F.
G. Bowersox, Mrs. E. T. Busselle,
Mrs. Walter ' Looney, Mrs. K.., V.
Kugel, Mrs. S. E. Davis. Mrs. R.
J. Valiton. Mrs. B. F. Pound. Mrs.
Elmo S. White. , Mrs. Walter
Spaulding. Mrs. Merlin Harding,
Mrs. D. R. Ross. Mrs. J. E. Law,
and Miss Zoe Stockton.
;, .,. 4f ; ' A, -, ..J.
Miss Joy Turner will be hostess!
at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at j
her home at a delightful musical i
tea planned for the pleasure of
her Salem students.
Last Sunday Miss Turner enter
tained for a group of eighteen
from Independence and Monmouth
at the home of Mrs. J. B. Violette,
Delight Heath and, George Stoner
were assisting violinists from Sa
lem. William E. Moses assisted
as 'cellist of the afternoon. Pleas
ing vocal numbers were given by
Oro Violette and Barbara Barnell.
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G. 2jiai dr.vRi frion uH(FS shr
Mrs. Herbert , Hale and Mrs.
Ralph Howard were hostesses to
the . Entra Nous club Wednesday
night making it a St. Patrick's
party. The club house was beau
tifully, decorated with streamers
of green and shramrock. . While
the long banquet : table was - at
tractive by the use of shramrock
strung on black threads to form
a canopy, .
A Blarney castle built of small
potatoes made an effective center
piece with tali green candles down
the length of the table. Mr. Har
ry Smart finding the -Blarney
stone hidden in the castle.
The first part of the evening
was given over to a pantomine
play followed by a St. Patrick's
supper and dancing.
The members of the club at
tending were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry
smart. Miss Dorothy Smart. Mr.
ana Mrs. B. E. Cooper. Mr. and
Mrs. George Wendroth, Mr. and
Mrs .Orville Ogelsby, Mr. and Mrs
Herman Hummel, Mis Anabelle
Lawrence. Miss Joy Turner. Mr.
William Moses, Mr. George John
son. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hale,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howard
Additional guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Hill, Mr. and Mrs
Carl .Amsberry. Dr. Backstrand,
Bvelyn Hale and Hugh McCain.
Graham in violin-ls Miss Mildred
Roberts of Salenv. and also Mar
guerite Flower dinger; blind so
prano, and a graduate of the blind
school here, will be on the pro
gram! She will be presented by
Mh? Magers in voice.
Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Stein- of
Portland have arrived in Salem
and will make their home at the
Roberts apartments. Mr. Stein.
formerly with the Sherman Clay
music house of Portland, will be
with the H. L. Moore music
house. r .
Mrs. Frank Snedecor. Mrs. Brey
man Boise and son, Eugene, and
Miss Constance King of Portland
left 5 Thursday for southern - Cali
fornia, They' expect to be- gone
a month or six weeks
: A chaming afternoon affair ot
the week - was- the : eight-table
bridge party on Thursday at which
Miller's Basement 'Sim
For Monday and Tuesday
4 We Offer in
Women's Crepe Bloomers in pink, blue, lavender and
peach. Limit, four pairs to a customer.
( TS All
U .in Tl-I-TM T
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when Chapter G of the PEO sister
hood entertained members of
Chapter AB at an old fashioned
party, with many, among the host
esses, coming gowned in costumes
of half a century ago.'
Beautiful among these was the
red, flowered charmeuse gown
with train., and trimmed with In
sertion of lace, worn by Mrs. B, J.
Miles. t ,
Mrs. William McGilchrist. Sr.,
never looked lovelier than she did
in a gown of white taffeta, with
pink flowers, covered with . rare
old lace and worn with hat to
i Mrs. Harwood' Hall wore a gor
geous gown of silk and lace with
voluminous yards of material, and
with hat and mitts to match.
; Mrs. P. J. Kuntz wore her own
white silk wedding gown made
with a tight basque, and her wed
ding hat, and carried a feather
fan. -;-. . . x:
Mrs. William- Hughes wore a
flowered silk frock with a long
polonaise and with a looped bus.
tie. With her hair primly dressed
she made a quaint picture.
Mrs. Frank Churchill and Mrs.
A. E. Wollpert wore long, reding
ote costumes with hats of the
same period ot fashion. .
Mrs. Gordon McGilchrist, In her
Immense Merry Widow hat, long
black taffeta skirt worn with red
sash, and 7 a tight-sleeved, high
necked waist made one of the pic
tures of the evening.
It would -be Impossible to de
scribe all the dresses that were
unique and distinctive, though
Mrs, F. W. Selee in he white silk
en wedding gown, long and flow
ing, must not be forgotten. , The
whole evening provided . an . im
mense amount of ' pleasure and
amusement. : .' ' .
. The program opened with a pi
ano solo by Mrs. Frank Churchill
followed with vocal solos by Mrs.
Gordon McGilchrist. ; One of the
cleverest of skits, "Mechanical
Jane," was enacted with, skillful
talent by Mrs. W. W. Moore, Mrs.
W. M. Hughes and Mrs. F. W.
The PEO colors of yellow and
white were used In a motif devel
oped with lovely spring, flowers.
A two course luncheon as served
late in the evening with Mrs. B. J.
.Miles,"" Mrs. ;-P. J. Kuntz, Mrs. W.
M. Smith, Mrs. D. X. Beechler.
and Mrs. A, C. Parr assisting the
hostess. . . ; -
Mrs.W. J. Towers of Detroit,
Michigan, and Mrs Harold Hughes
Fine Piano $125
We have one' good used piano
for only $125, on very
- Easy Terms
Geo. C. Will 432 State
Mrs. Claude Steusloff entertain
ed on Friday for members of the
Alpha Chi Omega alumnae associ
ation. Spring flowers were used
attractively- about the rooms. The
evening was spent , socially, wit.
refreshments at a' late bour.
,In the group were: Mrs. Cai
Pope, Mlss Dorothea Steusloff,
May cnambers, Mrs, Louis Creeii,
Mrs. Frank . Rosebraugh, Misn
Grace Holt, Miss Maim i Victor.
Mis. Lewis Griffith, Mrs. Mai. .
Fereshetian, Mrs Monroe Gilbt
and., the hostess, Mrs. Claut..
Steusloff. . v
The Leisure Hour club wil
omit the March; meeting and no"
meet until April 15.
;5 :v ' - v- :;: '"
Members of thef American I
gion Auxiliary are anticipating ,h
interesting tea from 2 to 5 o k
tomorrow afternoon In X .
hall. All eligible for me . ..,,,
whether they, have joint , or nut.
. . ... . . , r 1 . . Buai
aits, jouu v;, cvans sou airs. v r. j Auxiliary
Bates were nostesses at tne bran s
home. The lovelier of the spring
blossoms - were : used profusely
about the rooms. Mrs. Carl Webb
and ' Mrs. Karl Kugel received the
prizes. ' -
Those invited for the afternoon
of cards were: - Mrs. H. . A.; Cor
noyer, Mrs. Phil , Newmyer, Mrs.
Prince Byrd, Mrs. William Mo-
Two of the Many Styles of Irene Castle Gowns Which Rave
Just Arrived at the Friench Shop
The Poetry of Dress
. ; ' .--- by Irene Castle "
America's Best Dressed Woman
- . , . . . ;
V "My Love In her attire doth show her wit,
It dot b so well become her: ,
I'or every season she hath dressings fit.
For Winter, Spring, and Summer.
"So sang aa Knglish poet as far back as the 18th Century.
'And I think he must have been lnspirel to write the pretty verse,
in lovely Springtime when, even as today, all tbejsmart vcorhl
was discarding Its "winter garments of repentance"- Its peHricw
and heavy woolen stuffs 4o don the more alluring, more ethereal,
wardrobe of 'the eunshbay vernal season. . ., .i
" J Can IVock really be witty? Yc, Indeed. But the designer
that can instill the quality of wit into- Drossr must be himself witty
and tf an exploring mind not coiHwiUmI with the 'merely pretty
and the iicturcquc that are so much easier to achieve.
TWi IVoclt'i bw, (quart net
lis nd the loos tcarf that cleverif
traa&forma italf into lort ' of
front-flounce era typical Irene
Cattle innsTalioBB far &prinjr. Made
1 Corticelli tepe Knsemble. tlie
crf inlaid with lace in contrat
, jug, aotubre tones. , . .
'TEie FRENCH -SKOP
i r Mme. Buffe MorTison s i , . :
115 Hish Street
- " Irene Castle
A lorelj little tra$cht -Una rerk
ml Crepe Treniaine with aliacreet
touchca of richly metnie4 em
broidery. "D very careful." aajrs
Irene Catle. "to tic taa Cfceruit
cravat very primiy, very eWnurrly,
nrjr evenly and- in. a ward
just wrr,; '!. r:': t'i
All members of the Salem Arts
League are asked to meet at 7:30
O'clock Taseday for a business
meeting at the city library.
The home ot Mh nC rs. G. W.
Laflar was the scene of a pleasant
gathering on Thursday, evening
M - MS
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Sandelwood, rose beige
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are here represented in
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