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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1925)
terest -in ahe. county federation
work, and was the principal speak
er at the county federation' meet
ing In Aurora; .r4
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specials. ; .
sBy AUDRE7) BUNCII, Phone 10G
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Hubbard .will be glren. -This will
be the contribution of Mrs. W. D.
Mrs. Dunbar has a particular in-
Jrs. Fowle Has Guests.
... .: Mrs. W. P. ? Fowl I-entertaining,
as her house guests .her .sou
and daughter-in-law; Mr. and Mrs.
Harold. QvFowle of San Francisco.
They Will leara wfthln a few. days
for Seattle Theyar making the
' trip north 'by motor.' s. '
4 .-'J . - ,.J r, .y .
Aid Society to Meet v . -!
The Presbyterian Ladies -Aid
society .wilKmeetin the church
parlors - Friday October 23. at
damesMA, -IVAfareilC 'C S.. Welter.
Li. m. Purrine, R. A. Klein, A. II.
'm Wyatt, 'A. a Sample, W. Follls
t' Sarah Patrick, MfToekey, F.TJ.
Larky and H. S. Boaabard. -
MacDoweU Concert Monday
J Fekturinr, exclusively, the' com-
! positions of Kd ward MacDo well.
the famous American composer in
j the 'recognition of whose ideals a
multitude of musical clubs have'
sprung, up throughout the United
States, the Salem MacDowell cIub
has arranged a program of eini-
i nenV Worth' for Monday evening,
I October 2fr, in Waller Hail.; This
active musical organization has
: arranged lor a full andlnspira
tlon.al season to include 'series
; of ' fire monthly programs,-; the
i first of which will take place in
: ;: three .days. ; ' !5' jv;-
w X nosC or. friends jwUFbe jar
t leal 4 riy interested in the appear
'' anee'at this time of Miss Dorothy
! Pearce one of Salem's most ace'oin
plfrned pianists who has had; Itb
eraj 'training both on this coast
and 'in the east. Miss Pearce be
gan; her study with Winnirred
" Byrd who has won a scintillant
name Tor herself in metropolitan
; . t circles of ' this country. Miss
Veirce 'also., studied intensively
wM!n anm of her most Stlmulat-
Inornfann work has been done With
Lillian Jeffreys Petri, head of the
piano department at the O. A. C,
school of music, ' under whose
tutelage she will continue j this
winter. - . ; ' ' ' ': , V '
Miss Pearce's most recent work,
and the results of which the musi
cal connoisseurs are so eager to
hear; was enjoyed ' last season
while in Boston when she studied
with Madame Antoinette Saumow
ska, wife of the famous 'cellist,
Josef Adamowski.: Madame
Szumowska has made interpreta
tion her specialty and is success
ful in imbuing her students with
her notable ideals. , j
fon Monday evening Miss Pearce
wui-play two groups of MacDawell
numbers. In the first group' will
fce'three numbers, including "Rig
judon," the French dances 1 and
A.;D. 1620" of the Sea group,
celebrating the ' landing of the
Pilgrims. Other numbers an
nounced are the "Scotch Poem"
and the "Etude de Concert." ;
This will be the first public ap-
of this favorite among
X the pianists since her return from
the east. ,
r i l V " 1:
Three-Link Club i
"Th.e members of the Three Link
club will meet today in the I. O.
O. F. club rooms. Those who will
be in charge of the tables: are
Mrs. Carrie Jennings, Cora iVan
Pelt.' Cora McXeal, and Edith Mc-
Accomplished Salem pianist who
will be featured next Monday eve
ning at the' opening concert' at
traction of' the Salem MatDOwell
ciub,ln Waller Hall. This will
be (liIirs-Jwhlie appearance of
Mfer'Pfa rcejr Ae jTccom pa nis t - for
tfifclt)$ sinc3lr (study- in Bos-;
Jtda tbt-ha8t sVnson with Madamel
''ntoin't$ Sjnbwskay, M i s
Pearceii4ll pliy two 'groups of
MaCDowell numbers. : " 1
Mrs Hopkins Is Guest .
Mrs.T0. Hopkins of Albany
Is a house-guest at the home of
her sister, Mrs George J. Pearce,
Mrs. Hopkins" came to Salem on
Wednesday to be a gneat at the
wedding of Miss Mary Jane Albert
and Mr. Asel Eoff at the Joseph H.
Home From California ;
.- Judge P. II. D'Arcy and Miss
Teresa D'Arcy returned home on
Wednesday evening after a three
weeks ' absence . in California
where they -were guests both for
business and. pleasure. ' They vis
ited in . San Francisco, San Jose,
Santa ' Cruz, Oakland, Berkeley,
and Del Monte. Judge D'Arcy re
ports " an unusually . agreeable
autumn season in the southern
state. . -
Three Clubs to be Guests
Members of the Etokta club, the
Salem Ileighth's Woman's Pro
gressive clubhand the Salem Wom
an's club will all be included 'at
the luncheon meeting at 1 o'clck
Saturday' afternoon at the Marion
Hotel which will.,, be t the social
high-light of. President's Day. It
is the ' special request of Mrs.
Saldie Orr-Dunbar," president of
the Oregon' ' federation.' that a
large number of officers and mem
bers of allHhree clubs be In &t-
tendance. Additional . guests . will
be welcome. Reservations for all
members and guests who platf to
attend the luncheon should be
made either with Mrs F. G.'Bow-
ersox or with Mrs. Wm. Fordyce
Fargo, ; befose noon today. The
cover charge is one dollar a plate.
In addition to the anticipated
tallt.by: Mrs. Dunbar, a report of
the county federation meeting' at
. TODAY - ...,.,
... Salem -Woman's club telasses.
Club house on Korth Cottage
street: . . , -.;- "- r;4
2:00-2:45 o'clock. Psychology.
Prof,C..L. Shefinan instructor, i,
2:45-3:30 o'clock. "Know Your
Town'v class. . Mrs. E. E. Fisher
in charge. -
Miss Cornelia Marvin's class in
modern thought- Salem -Art's
League. Public library. 7:30-9
o'clock. ' '.l 'Cv -i'jr'
-.Old': Fashioned Dance. St. Jo
- WHMS of the First Methfodist
church. Missionary tea honoring
the 'national' secretary Mrs.
Brock. ' " ' ' " " ; -
Woman's Auxilia.. ,JSt. Paul's
Episcopal church. , Bfrs. Joseph
Bauhmgartner 835 D street,' host
ess. ;- ' .
Yomarco club. Mrs. E. B. Mil
lard, 2011 D street, hostess.
Presbyterian Ladies' Aid soci
ety. Church parlors. 2:30 o'clock.
' Three Unk club. I OOF hall.
Lady Muscovites. Social meet
ing. Club room. .
Salem Women's club luncheon.
Marion hotel 1 o'clock.
A .Cooked food ' sale. Ladies of
the 4 Oak Grove grange. S. P.
ticket office. : r .x ;
Cooked food sale ' Ladies of the
Leslie church. Pade & Krueger
store, S. Commercial , and Miller
streets. ' '
7 Cooked Food Sale, Woman's Re
lief Corps. Allen's Hardware
MacDowell Club concert. Wall
er HalL 8:15 o'clock.
Mrs. C. A. Park's Bible class.
Public library. 7:30 o'clock.
A Sale of
Philippine .hand .embroidered and hand made-;
, dresses go on sale at this very low price i'.3. These
' are new,, made of fine quality French Nainsoofc"
One must see these to appfeciate trie highcjalityr-
Petticoals . to match at ,$rl JD0 each -
Salem r Leain?:' Department Stort
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oaiongs rnt are a teast ror tiie
eyes ana a treat . to I
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ALL 15c BREAD '
ALL 10c BREAD
2 Single Loaves for
Rye, Raisin, AVHole Wheat and the
iMilk and;Honey:White "
15c per doz.
Genuine gutter eam Doughnuts or
" the . Rich Raised Doughnuts '
MARSHM ALLOW ROLLS
Chocolate , Orange ; an Strawberry ,
- Flavors '
We Serve iLunches
Try Our, Coffee
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CLOSING OUT 14 ITEKIG
5 qt. Tea Kettles $1.48 each
4 qt. Covered Sauce Pans 95c each
1 Vz qt. Double -Rice Boilers 95c each
2.qt. Heavy Percolator 93c
10 in. Heavy Wood Handle Griddle $1.25
Otherjterns as low as 15c
This Life Time Aluiriinumware is a Veal honest ware, not
the special jsale quality. Stock is not -very heavy, so shop
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