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ByAUDItB")-BUNCHi '.Phone-lOe v
The First Congregational
church, at 6 o'clock on the even
ing, of Armistice Day, was the
scene, of an unusually attractive
wedding, and one of large Inter
est amoitTEr the younger set; when
Mtss Annabelle Golden, the young
est daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. T. S:
Golden, became the bride of Mr.
Wayne E. tfaln of Portland; Dr.
WY C. Kantner read the impres
sive service;- The altar, was beau
tifully deeorated with palms and
white chrysanthemums arranged
under the glow ot tall white cathe
dral candles: Vi "
- Innnediatelyprecelins the cere
mony, Mrs. Carl Armstrong sang
"I Love "You' Truly. Miss . Lois
Nve nlaved Mendelssohn's "Wed
dW March" a 'the bridal Dartr
assembled at the altar.
The bride was a picture of sheer
lovelinesft in her rown of orchid
with basque waist and a circular
skirt attached at a low waist line.
me irock was emoroiaerea in
pearls and rhinestones with a
large silver flower used as an
ornament low on one side. Tne
bride wore a silver flower in her
hair and a necklace of pearls, the
BUI- ci iue groomt miss jseiiy
Stiliwell.as maid of honor, was
charming in a frock of nile green
chiffon with"1 godets. The bride
wprer " lovely corsage of- Cecil
Brunner roses and-orchids, while
. MisS StHlwell had Ophelia roses
with maidenhair fern.
'"Mr. , Walter Bleasing- attended
the groom as best man, while act
ing as ushers at the ceremony
. were Mr. Frank Rosebraugh, Mr.
? Roland Rinehart, and Mr. Oral
: Hagedorn, fraternity brothers ot
i the 'groom. s
An informal reception for mem
? berg of the wedding party and rel
atives followed at the bride's
home. Mrs. Howard Rejc, a sister
of the bride, and Mrs. Breyman
Boise,, a sorority sister, presided
at the urns. Assisting in the serv
ing' were Miss Hat tie Reeder and
Miss : Lena" Christensen. The re
ception table was beautifully dec
orated with white; chrysanthe
mums, Bmilax, and white candles.
" A color scheme of yellow was used
In the living room.
Both Mr. and . Mrs. Kain are i Webb, Mrs. Riley Craven, Mrs
popular Oregon Agricultural' col- Arthur Bailey, Mrs. Jobsonr, Mrs.
lege students, Mr. Kain graduat- Erie Fulghan, Mrs. Harry Plnker-
ing with the class of '23, and Mrs. ton, Mrs. C. M. Bilyeu, Mrs. L. E,
Kain attending the college for Viers, Mrs. Dalton, Mrs. Evans,
three years. Mr. Kain, very ac- all of Dallas, Mrs. Charles Ramp
live in student affairs is a ntem- of Salem,' and the hostess, Mrs.
ber of the Sigma Chi fraternity. Laban Steeves
He has the distinction of havin e
served over-seas for a period ot Noted Organist
three years. Mrs. Kain, a grad- Here Tomorrow
uate of the Salem high school, has
been employed in the' Secretary ot
State's office for three years. She
is affiliated with the Delta Delta
Delta sorority on the Oregon Ag
ricultural college campus.
After a short wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Kain will go to their at
tractive new home which has been
completed in Rose City Park in
Portland. They will be at home to
their friends after December 1.
Mrs. Kain's going-away suit was
a stunning model of pansy satin-
An attraction of more than ordi
nary merit the appearance to
morrow night at the First Method
ist church of Df. Alfred Hollins
will be of paramount interest
throughout the city. Dr. Hollins,
who is stopping over in Salem
through special arrangements
made by Professor T. S. Roberts,
has already been a notable draw
ing card in many eastern cities.
Demands for the artist have been
so great since his arrival in
America in October that he has
back crepe with velvet applique pad to consent to an extension of
in tan and burnt orange, and but
tons from neck-line to hem, each
a tiny mirror. Her cloak was of
taupe with Siberian squirrel.
Seventy-five guests were invit
ed to witness the ceremony.
Dr. Doney to Speak
At Woman's Club
With the naming of Dr. Carl
Gregg Doney, president of Willam
ette University, as speaker for the
meeting of the Salem Woman's
club on Saturday, one of the most
successful programs of the year
is assured. Dr. Doney speaks with
unbounded sympathy, humor, and
inviting instructivenesa. His sub
ject will be of his own choosing.
'A board meeting will be held
from 2 to 2:30 o'clock with a bus
iness meeting following. After
that, Dr. Doney will be heard.
Guests at Bridge
' Mrs. Laban Steeves was hostess
in a delightful manner on Tues
day afternoon of this week when
she entertained for the pleasure
of her bridge luncheon club all
but two of the ladies being from
Dallas. The rooms, were beauti
fully decorated with white, bronze,
and pink chrysanthemums.
Covers at the 1 o'clock lunch
eon were placed for Mrs. Wilson
hi3 tour from the original two
months planned till a longer time,
with the result that Dr. Hollins
will probably be kept in this coun
try till early in February. This
represents a 100 per cent increase
Dr. Hollins, England's famous
I SOCIAX CALENDAR,
blind organist and composer, is
appearing in America under the
honorary: auspices of the National
Association of organists.
Brooks' Community Club
The Brooks Community club
met' at the home of Mrs. B. F.
Ramp on Wednesday afternoon,
Nov. 2. Quilting and typing com
forters occupied the early part of
the afternoon. During the social
hour a' flower shower was given
our hostess, Mrs. B. F. Ramp, the
occasion being her 69th birthday.
As a surprise for Mrs. Ramp, the
committee in charge arranged a
beautiful table with Hallowe'en
decorations and a beautiful birth
day cake with the candles. Seated
arohnd the table with Mrs. Ramp
were all the grandmothers pres
ent, nine in number.
Doughnuts and cider were
served by the committee, consist
ing of Mrs. Cecil Achbaugb, Mrs.
Carl Aspinwall, Mrs. C. T. Brixey
and Mrs. Willard Ramp.
A guest of the club was Mrs.
Jerry Wyant of Salem. Club
members present were: Mrs.
George Ramp, Mrs. C. A. Sturgis,
Mrs. C. T. Brixey, Mrs. John
Lasher, Mrs. Sarah Jones, Mrs.
Frank Wheeler, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs.
George Ferrell, Mrs. George
Sturgis, Sr. Mrs. Cecil Ashbaugh,
Mrs. Arthur Madsen, Mrs. Eugene
Manning, Mrs." Walter Fuller, and
children; Mrs. Willard Ramp, Mrs.
B. F. Ramp, Mrs. Al Wood, Mrs.
Ellen Aspinwall, Mrs. Ralph
Sturgis and the Misess Ida Lasher,
and Hattie Ramp.
Thursdaij Club Today
I The Thursday club will meet
Thursday club, Mrs. William Mc- for a delightful 10 o'clock break-
A "Cook" Book, a Psychology, and An
- - AntHology Claim Attention in Review
i V " Memoirs of the famous British cook, Rosa Lewis; a British
Anthology featuring" fifteen-authors; and a brilliant document on
feminine society- are scanned. -
; . BY AUDRED BUNCH
The Queen of Cooksand Some
;'; Kings, recorded by Mary Law-
ion. i Boni and' IJiveright, pub
lishers. Price, $3 net.
, Profusedly illustrated and auth
entic to the core is the story of
Rosa.' Lewis; one ot the greatest
cooks-' in' all England and an
esteemed friend or royalty, a
hook which wa3 recorded through
actual dictatioa by Mary Law ton
Awhile in Engalnd.
" Rosa Cook's magnificent kitch
en career follows every gamut of
the profession, from scullery maid
,to. a palace cook, with her own
retinue of helpers trained by her
! The reader will delight In the
naivete of the diction, the concise
spontaneity of idea- Each para
graph is as delicious as a dish
prepared by the incomparable
Rosa's' own hand.' For instance,
try' these" lines with their own
sauce: "My father was very ex
travagant and' went through mon
ey. He was very unbusinesslike.
You see, there being nine of us
children, and my. mother, not
knowing anything of the world,
and my father knowing a great
deal of the world, and not being
Interested in his wife and nine
children at all, it wasn't a very
..One learns a great deal of this
English family from such a blithe
and , unaffected- narrator,-who is
more blithe and unaffected still,
in' recounting' the beautiful, 'per
sonal happenings, which- have
scarcely crept into history, in the
royal households. . ' t .
Lord Rlbblesdftle, whose death
was recorded In very recent Asso
ciated Press dispatches, was a per
sonal friend of Mrs. Lewis, the
cookr ar was the Comte" de Paris,
the Waldorf Astore, John Sargent;
the great American painter. Lady
- Randolph Chudchill and her son.
Winston Churchill, the novelist,
and a host of others who iread
the pages' of Rosa Lewis' book like
the great and familiar friends they
One of the joys which are nu
merous of this book, which is
altogether too excellent to lack in
your library, are the many glossy
Illustrations, photographed from
lire. .. ..: , : -y ' ' j
"The SonI of Woman,, by cllna
S, Lombroso. 1. lu, . M. D. lub-
lished by K. l Itatton and .Co.
Price, $3 net. v r
pin the author's own words,. "The
Soul of a Woman,; a clarid and
revealing document, "is the result
of spontaneous and frank obser
vation of woman and of long re
flection on the problems which
, darken her life and which might
; be avoided." -.
Dr. ' Lombroso bases her phll
osbphy on the great and essential
difference that exists between the
masculine and the -feminine tern
peraraent. and ' hope thereby to
- combat the' da ngerousa tendency
"to masculinize women," which is
So'-abroad: rTx' ' ,
-' Says Dr. Lombroso, ; woraans
hief characteristic is her altero-
things outside of her which need
her, which demand her, while man
use an living organisms un
stamped by potential maternitv'
is primarily egocentrist, himself
the center of the world in which
he lives. In relation to the major
characteristics, passionality and
intuition, which dominate
woman, Dr. Lombroso further
proves her thesis that man and
woman are totally unlike, not only
emotionally, but also intellectu
ally, the latter difference being
one of quality rather than of
quantity, the man mind being de
ductive, the woman mind intuitive
In setting forth what she con
siders the highest type of woman,
ut. Jbombroso states u in the
beautiful, symbolic line: "Societv
does not expect us. women to shine.
hut it expects us to make every-
ming around us shine."
The entire volume is decidedly
inspirational; stimulating without
being cutting, helpfully written,
and frankly, without one hideous
line. It is a volume such as every
woman, and every man, too, .would
do well to absorb for the joyful
enlightenment in store.
Georgian Stories, 10tU, by Fifteen
Authors. G. 1 Putnam's Sons,
publishers. Price, $2.50 net.
Call, Mrs. W. A. Cusick and Mrs.
C. A. Park, hostesses, , Mrs. Mc-1
Call's home. 10 o'clock' break
Fancywork shower, Mrs. James
T. Heenan, 332 N. Summer street,
hostess. For St. Joseph's bazaar.
Ladles of the WRC. All-day
Lutheran Aid society. Mrs. L.
E. Barrick, 1677 S. High street..
Woman's Evangelistic Prayer
League, 9 o'clock. Mrs. H. F.
Shanks, 193 S. Cottage street, hos
Silver tea. Ladies social circle
of the Central Congregational
church, 19th and Ferry streets.
Alfred Hollins. Organ concert.
First Methodist church. 8 o'clock.
Harvest Home banquet, honor
ing old peoDle of the city. Jason
Lee Epworth League in charge.
Presbyterian ladies. Annual
praise service, church parlors, at
Royal Neighbors sewing club.
Mrs. C. L. Parmenteri 809 North
Commercial street, hostess.
Salem Woman's club. Club
house. 2:30 o'clock.
Cooked food sale and bazaar. S.
P. ticket office. Sons of Veter
fast this morning at the home ot
Mrs. William McCall. Assisting
Mrs. McCall as joint hostesses will
be Mrs. C. A. Park and Mrs. W.
Home From Beach
Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steeves are
home from a week's vacation
spent at their cottage at Seaside.
cum Ramp and Bobby, Mrs. Rachel
Reeder of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
George Hurst of Silverton, Dr.
J. Gry pStlshum fo Portland, Miss
Gladys Jeanne Deardorff, Mr. and
Mrs. John Dunlany and children,
Mame and 'Johnny, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Sturgis, Harry and Francis
Sturgis and the 'hostess Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Sturgis.
Portia Mansfield Dancers
One of the most unusual and
elaborate dance spectacles now
before the public is that given by
the Portia Mansfield Dancers
This already much-anticipated
Dance Concert takes place here
on Monday, Nov. 16 at the Heilig
theatre when a program rich in
novelty will be presented. Miss
Mansfield has studied the art of
the Dance, both in Europe and
America, for many years, and her
dance creations are strikingly
original. The program here in
cludes several brilliant and daz
zling ensemble numbers. Review
ers in all the cities visited this sea
son have been extraordinarily en
thusiastic over this gifted dance
combination. The Chicago Tribune,
after paying tribute to the loveli
ness of the girls and their "Superb
costume," adds: "They keep the
audience spellbound by the sheer
beauty of the thing."
November Silver Tea
The Ladies' Social Circle of the
Central Congregational church.
Nineteenth and Ferry streets, will
give their regular November tea
in the church parlor this after
noon. The hostesses are Mrs. H.
C. Stover. Mrs. W. W. Corey, Mrs.
W. F. Neptune, Mrs. E. M. McKee,
Mrs. D. H. Talmadge and Mrs.
C. La Shelle.
Prayer League Today
The Woman's Evangelistic
Prayer League will meet at 9
o'clock this morning at the home
of Mrs. H. F. Shanks, 195 S. Cot
tage street. Mrs. C. C. Harris
will be the leader.
the same song used to be sung by Aprons on Display
club quartet with Mrs. Hayse
their song leader.
A treat to all was the piano se
lection "Loves ' Whispering'
played by Mrs. George Van San-ten.
During the tea hour the hostess
was assisted by Mrs. E. W. Patti
son and Mrs. George Trott. Fol
lowing members were present.
Mrs. Mary Beaver, Mrs. George.
Trott, Mrs. E. W. Pattison, Mrs.
Ella K. St. Pierre, Mrs. Ed Sum
mer, Mrs. M. Gehlhas, Mrs.
Charles Adams, Mrs. G. Cook, Mrs.
George Van Santen, and hostess,
Mrs. Fred W. Kubin. Special
guests were Mrs. James Hedden
and Mrs. Henry Hayre, both be
ing old time' members and Miss
Georgia Cook, Miss Helen May
Cook, Alvin Van Sa'nten and
Bobby, and Danny Adams. Next
meeting is to be Nov. 19, when
Mrs. M. Gehlhas will be hostess.
AJ; that, time Mrs. Georgia Cook
and Mrs. Charles Adams will have
charge of the program.
Royal Neighbors Society
The Royal Neighbors Sewing
club will meet for an all day meet
ing on Friday, November 13, at
the home of Mrs. C. L. Parmenter,
09 N. Commercial street. Prep
arations will be made- at this time
for the bazaar and for the Christ
A, particularly attractive array
of aprons all made by; the ladies
of the First Congregational church
are 'oft display at Kafourys' store
whe; e. they are on sale both today
and tomorrow. This morning
Mrs. W. I.' Staley. is in charge and
this aUernoon, Mrs. J. P. Humph
reys. Each garment1 is beautiful
ly made, in' a 'large choice of col
ors. - - .
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sturgis
were hosts to a number of invited
guests on Thursday evening in
honor of their 20th wedding anni
versary. For the pleasure of the
guests Mrs. Gladys Jeanne
Deardory sang several solos. Other
musical numbers were also given
by Mrs. Malcum Ramp. -
Many beautiful presents were
received by the hostess. '
Delicious refreshments were
served during the evening.
Those invited were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard, Ramp, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Ramp, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Brevey,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Madsen, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Wood, Mr. and Mrs
Pierre Aspinwall and Miss Lucile
Aspinwall, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Ashbaueh. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Johns of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Mai
Cooked Fopd Sale
And Bazaar -:
, The Auxiliary of the Sons
Veterans will hold a cooked food
sale and bazaar on Saturday, No
vember 14, Jn the S. P. office on
DIRECTORS ARE KLECTED
GRANTS PASS, Or., Nov :C.
Forbes Fosberry 'and J C. Calhoun
were today elected pa the board
of directors of the Grants Pass ir
rigation district. Five candidates I
were in the race.
m HAND FOR
; GURUS. SCALDS
Accidents will happen, but the
first touch of Poslam to a burn,
scald, cut or bruise takes out the
pain and starts the healing. A 50?
box of Poslam in the house wu
save a lot ol suffering. At all drug
fists. To Retain Your Youthful Beauty
V W reeommsnd th dairy ins of .
Whfolt oontafe'7ft sf Pealan
Say It With a Classified Ad
Book and Thimble
Mrs. Fred W. Kubin enter
tained the Book and Thimble club
at her home on Kingwood Heights
road last Thursday. The living
rooms of the Kubin home were ar
tistically decorated with potted
plants, chrysanthemums and ferns.
After the business meeting Mrs.
Ella K. St. Pierre read interesting
items of current events, and White
House doings, later giving a poem
entitled "Home" by Edgar Guest.
Mr. Mary Beaver read a very in
structive article about "The Eng
lish Language" this was decided
to be taken up as a study for all
afternoon at some future meet
ing in order to get full benefit of
same. During social hour Mrs
Henry Harpe favored those pres
ent with a solo "Aloha," and en
cored with "Playing on De Golden
Strings, ' which brought many
reminiscenses of the past, when
Colorful and thrilling as an
Arabian Night's dream is the pro
gram of the Portia Mansfield
Dancers, who will give but one
performance here on Monday,
Nov. 16, at the Heilig. These Danc
ers are said to present some of the
finest dance work etf er seen in this
country, and the program is a suc
cession of lovely rhythmic pic
tures. They combine the vivacity
of the Russian ballet with the plas
tic beauty of the Greek school.
The result is spectacular and bril
liant in its rhythmic ffrace. a
number which displays their vig
orous technique is a Russian Street
Dance to Tschaikowsky music. In
this the slender sylphs of the
Oriental dances are transformed
into rosy, rollicking Russian peas
ants, who interpret the Slav dances
with firey abandon. In addition
to the ballet and ensemble num
bers, many lovely divertisements
are scattered throughout the program.
Staples Optical Company
Masonic Temple Building,
'A worthy anthology one does
not commonly find, therefore the
Joy is proportionately great when
a book like the new series of Geor
gian Stories is encountered. There
is a stark solidity about the stor
ies lo of them in this volume
which is essentially British. Aside
from the sheer literary value of
an endeavor such as this, the book
stands as a well-selected monu
ment to the people with which It
Each story is accompanied 'by
a full-page portrait of the author.
The prospective reader will be as
Interested as possible in learning
what stories, and by what auth
ors, are listed. They are as fol
lows: Michael Arlen's "The
Shameless Behaviour of a Lord."
an amusing skit in fiction Involv
ing the landed gentry; "The Ma
terialist," by Martin Armstrong,
character incidents showing the
occasional flashes of SDiritualltv in
materialism; E. M. Forster's ''The
Story of the Siren." with poignant
mythical basis; L. P. Hartley's
"The Island," a treacherous tale.
without being either fantastic or
particularly gruesome; "The
Ghost," by Richard Hughes, a
delving into the subterranean
mind; "Little Mexican," byAldous
nuxiey; "Baker's Fury." by F.
Tennyson Jesse, one of only two
feminine authors to be represent
ed, by the way; ' W. J." by Hugh
Kingsmm; "The Hostages' by
"Naomi Mitchison; "In Hanging
uaroen ouHy," by C. E. Monta
gue; Arnold Palmer's "Brown, of
Epsom." a glorious tale of an
English horse trainer; Osbert Sit-
weirs "The Greeting"; ,:Hang.
by Frank ? Penn-Smith; -J. C.
Squire's "The Man Who Kept
Diary,' enigmatical to the end.
and;-finallr "A Tag or War;- by
Horace Annesley yachelL the story
which completes a volume of strik-
, ceci'Ism, h?F interest n Ujoselng individuality la manner.
Of Crepe, Sajin, Cut Velvets, Satin
Back Crepe, (Carmine and Gaber
dine, beautifully trimmed with
beads, metalic and silken embroid
ery and buttons. Dresses that were
originally made to sell for much
Of the new materials trimmed
with quality furs and some
lined with figured crepe. These
coats feature the circular bot
toms, back and side flares,
front fur panel effects, etc.
3 J. '
Every housewife who will entertain for dinner on Thanksgiving is anxious
to have everything correct' and attractive, for there is much more toa
dinner than the enjoyment of eating the many good things.
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