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Lrt?i 2JiIiS!.ier ClaM the Salem High school JWiss Robndtt Is rice president of her
SSIS-SSra?.-ar- " - Ify--Mr. A. C. bragg. popular younger matron.' Mrs.
Frhi nrt Jtf,Ue T8-CieDt v f thf IBC in Legion Auxiliary. Lower right: . Mrs. Martin
fa!l f. M.e dauhter Loujse, Mrs. FeWietian. the wife of the pastor of the Cni-
muL tl I b J01L the conTegation. Mrs. Fereshetian who is particularly active in musical
iSSli. ? . . the MacDowf cl"b chorus., and of the music section oL the Salem Arts'
-f 1., man of the music committee for. the American Association of University Wo-
wlVV - n,0SgS t0 016 A,pha Chl O-nega sorority, the Salem Woman's club, and Chad
wick cnapter of the Eastern Star.
rSTESOKQ FOR ,
i?y Gertrude Rob! son Ross
' QknUt chose a garden
.Ln'He sought to pray
Shq passing of the chalice
after all the -bitterness
A-nd. lies, and pain,
IJphowe to, be a. gardener
When He rose again. r
ttw l Kr ajr llllies
Afe so aching sweet '
Fir! that Hewalked among them
rith His gentl ft ' ;
Jj U have; (iirnd that daffodils
Axe. straagely ; wise. . ,
tltii wisdom that they gathered
-Frpm a gardener's eyes. .
TSllps lif ttii'elr heads
AaVe the patient grass
Ta breatlie His fragrant coming
Should the !gmrdener pass;
And bleeding-heart and primrose
FSm .the .. border rstnlle
Remembering a sweetness
Tfeejr: have known a while.
t . .
Ogrpenters and fishermen
A(n Hla plan
'Whe fisherman and carpenter
."vtirked as Man. . .. . .
ItfbleWed ther who lore the soil
Aiid growing things, and sod, '
chose to be a gardener
When lie rose as God!
C&rbt Nist Marries diaries
Sapping field on Easter Morn
' faster Sunday, one of the most
- m-uYoucv uunuayo ui an iae year,
lyithe day which Miss Nist has
ehoen i for, ; ber marriage to Mr
i;wries ; Sapplngf ield. Jr. The
ceremcby ts being solemnized this
DiJrhIa at 8:30 o'clock at the
, parsonage 6f the Bungalow" Chris
tiin; church." rRev. R, I. Pntnam
Islhe "officiating 'clergyman. Only
Itf mediate relatives and the clos
est friends of the young couple are
iattendance.' " The single ring
aevlciir being used. ---
- jTf,?,,e , the on'y danghter
'of Mr., and. Mrs. d ' W. Nist. of
i N. 16th street, while the
troom ii the" only son of Mr. and
Charles Sappingneld. Both
ere. Vorstadenis of the Salem
High school.Miss Nist has been
a prpmine'nt employee . at J. C
Pes'ey's for (he past five and ohe
t ialf years,' while Mr. Sappfngf leld
' OFrajtes a farm 'east of Salem on
; which- h'e has built an attractive
neV homeV xf v - J-' -'
TfkB "bride was married In her
gc'jig away eosttime of rosewood
flat trepe.rith small rose and tan
hat to tarmonire. : The ' wedding
U: :i Is cid with fiUet lact trim
THE OREGON OTATCSiiANV SXLEJ.1, OREGON . i
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"M rvtrnth RnKnott.'.
and worn with a cocsage. of sweet ,
peas and Cecil Brunner roses.
After a motor trip to Vancou
ver, B. C, Mr. and Mrs. Sapping
field will return to Salem. They
will receive their friends'at their
home, "Twin Oaks," after April
Mayor and Mrs. Giesy
Honor . Birthday
Anniversary of Daughter -
Th 19th birthday anniversary
of Miss Madeline Giesy, was cele
brated in a very delightful manner
on . Wednesday, March 31',-; when
her parents. Mayor aid MesS John,
B. Giesy entertained f ort her pleasure,-
Seasonal flowers from the-woodland.
wild cnrrant. dogwood, and
lambs -tongues, with a decorative'
effect of ;ptnk and white' stream
ers. 'made the' rooms attractive.
Covers 'at the" birthday dinner
were placed for: Miss Madeline
Giesy,. the honor guest; Miss Vio
let Bowden,Mis8 Ivy,'Bbwdenfc Miss
Ilena Calhoun, BMiss ' Gertrude
Re Is beck. Jack Spoiig, Harold Ru
pert, Vernon Elasel. Ernest Reg
ter. and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Giesy.
Easter Program at First
Congregational Church ,
At the "First'- Congregational
church, corner, Liberty and Center
streets. Easter - will be observed
with appropriate music by a select
double quartette at both morning
and evening services. At the
morning service,. 1 1 o'clock, the
choir will slagy "Unfold. Ye Por
tals," from the Redemption, Gou
nod. . The evening service will be
E a ch IP-cent
package, -, tontains
directions. ts4 .sim
ple any woman cad
tint soft, ; delicate
shades or dye rich,
permanent ; colors
In lingerie, Bilks,
ribbon s s k it t ,
- fw 1 tJB.: dressed J
. - ata stockings,
. - rweaters draper
', - e- eoverins s.
hangings ,' . eTerything I ,v,iy :
- Buy Diamond Dyea--W". other
kind and tell your druggist whe
ther the material you wish to col
or ts wool or silk, 'or .whether
it is linen, cottoa or mixed goodsn
BEAUTIFY, IT WITH
: "DIAMOND DYES" ,
Just Dip to Tint or Boil
.. T ui. - . A
almost entirely musical in charac-
ter. The choir will sing the Eas
ter cantata. "Light Out of Dark
ness," Geibel. In solos, duets and
full choruses for all voice parts,
the cantata beautifully depicts the
story of the redemption and resur-'
Singers who compose the choir
for both services are the follow-
An,s fv, Marshall and Mrs.,
Phil Newmeyer, sopranos; Mrsj
jonn J. ttobrts and Mrs. Toti
Lau, altos; Messrs. Wm. McGil
hrist and Charles Muston, tenors;
Messrs. Albert H. Gille and H. W.
Bross, basses; Accompaniments
on the organ will be played by
Mrs. Frank Zinn, the church or
ganist. At the evening service,
Mrs. D. R. Ross will assist at the
pianoj As an offertory, Mrs. Zinn
and Mr. Ross will play the Inter
mezzo from 'Cavalleria Rusticana"
Mascaghi. A profusion of spring
flowers, palms and Easter lillies
will be Used in decorating the
church for these services.
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Joan Newcomh Entertains :
With Easter Party 4
A group cf Salem's latest belles
and beaux met, yesterday after
noon at the home of Beatrice
j Crawford Newcomb on the Dallas
road for a delightful Easter party,
with little Miss Joan Newcomb the
hostess. An Blaster egg hunt and
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EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 4
Roast Chlcketiyster Dressing ' ' '.
Baked Baby Lamb Fresh Mint Sauce -'
Shredded Breast of Chicken a la King en Casserole
Roast Prime Ribs of . Eastern Steer Au Jus' '
Escalloped .Whipped Cream Potatoes
. Cream Fresh Asparagus : ' . .
Fresh Crab. Louis
" Easter Egg Salad en Mayonnaise ' :
1 " V- . Desserts: 4
1 .Tv-"7Tm Presh 8trawberry 8undae " "
I , Gray, Belle French Pastry.:; r;'.
fBrlclt Ice Cream
Tea '. . Coffee
an Easter eggf rolf were features
of the afternoon, with Virginia
Cross and Marylee Fry 4 winning
the prizes. The rooms were lovely
in their decorations of .purple
Ivory and yellow.
Invited for the festive party
were Janet and Katheripe Ander
son, Virginia Cross. Marylee Fry,
Patsy Livesley, Eleanor Perry,
Marguerite , Filslnger, Guineyere
Wood. Frances May Blankenship,
Jan is Wooley, Nancy Toesuch,
Merlin Gunnell. Kalph Morrison,
Jr., Thomas Rilea, Jr., Fred and
Collins Slade. Judson West. Harry
and Allen Demarest, William
ToescbrJr., Edward Hugh McCaf
frey, and the hostess, Joan -Newcomb.
Book and Thimble Club
Mrs. Charles Adams of King
wood Heights entertained the
members of the Book and Thimble
Club at her home last Thursday.
Mrs. Cook in the absence of Mrs.
Simpkins, who had charge of the
rrogram, used the v "Question
Box" method of getting informa
tion regarding subjects of interest
to the club members thi3 season
of the year.
A basket of bright Easter eggs
and spring wild flowers decorated
The hostess served very dainty
refreshments also in keeping with
Easter Vespers at First
An Easter program of unusual
interest will take place at 5
o'clock this afternoon at the First
Presbyterian church when the fol
lowing vesper service will be
Organ Prelude, "The March to
Calvary" from "Olivet to Calvary"
(J. H. Maunder).
Anthem, "O Thou Whose Sweet
Compassion," from Olivet to Cal
vary" ( Maunder.
Soprano solo, "The Cross"
(Harriet Ware) Ruth Emery Rid
dle. Anthem. "Come See the Place,"
Young Teoples' choir; solo, Jose
Duet, "The Magdalene," (E.
Warren) Ruth Emery Riddle,
Jean Miller Rahn.
Scripture lesson. Luke 24:13-25.
Anthem, "Lo It Is I," (Faure
Offertory, "Canto Exsultatio,"
(J. Herman Loud).
Anthem, "In the .End of the
Sabbath," (Oley Speaks).
Postlude, "Alleluia" (Diggle).
Organist director, Lucile Roos.
Soprano, Ruth Emery Riddle.
Contralto, Jean Miller Rahn.
Tenor, Herbert B. Glalsyer.
Bass, Lloyd E. Thompson.
Members of the Young Peoples'
choir: Josephine Albert, Pauline
Johnson, Jennie Delzell, Elaine
Brown, Vcrda McCracken. Helen
Ashliman. Genevieve Mulkey. Mil
dred Mulkey, Doris Godsey, Thel
ma Davis. Constance Smart, Ralph
Purvine, William Lilljquist. Henry
Clement, Jack Ramage and Rich
Silver Tea at
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Leslie Methodist church will spon
sor a silver tea at t o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon in , Leslie Hall
Mrs. E. A. Rhoten, Mrs. Park-
wood and Mrs. Viek will be the
hostesses for the afternoon.
Post-Lenten Bridge Tea
at Woman's Club
The date having been set dur
ing the late winter season, Salem
women have had a number of
weeks in which to anticipate with
a great deal of pleasure the bridge
tea announced for Wednesday.
April 7. at the club house by the
Salem Woman. s club.
- Mrs. W. E. Anderson is acting
as general chairman' for the af
fair. Mrs. William MeCilchrist,
Jr., is heading the bridge comuitJr
tee. while the details o the tea
are in charge of Mrs. J. T. Wbit-
Serving on Mrs. McGIlchrist's
committee are: Mrs.P.iD,-QuIi-
berry, Mrs. W. H. Darby, Mrs.
Walter Pennington. ( Mrs. John L
Rand. Mrs. Clifford Farmer. Mrs.
Walter J. Kirk, Mrs." A'H. Moore;
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Grape Fruit Cocktail
Pie . Cake Fruit Jello
" Social Calendar
f ' i '"' Today i
Easter Vespers. First Presby
terian church. S o'clock.
Cantata. 'The Risen King"
(Schnecker). First Baptist
; Pageant, "The Christian's
Cross," Court Street Christian
church, 7:30 o'clock.
Sacred cantata, "Light Out of
Darkness" f Geibel). First Con
gregational church. Double quar
tet. Easter program by Sunday
school. Leslie Methodist church,
Bridge tea. Mrs. T. S. Roberts.
Mrs. Harry Weis, and Mrs. Robert
Salem Music Teachers associa
tion. Miss Dorothy Pearce, 267
N. Winter street, hostess.
W. C. T. U. halls, 2:30 o'clock.
Program, "Child Welfare."
. Salem War Mothers, Chamber
of Commerce rooms, 2:30 o'clock.
Benefit bridge tea. Salem
Woman's club. Club house.
Silver tea. Ladies' Aid society
of th e Leslie Methodist church,
Bridge tea. Mrs. F. G. Delano.
Mrs. Elmer Daue, and Mrs. Leon
Post-lenten party, Mrs. Walter
L. Spaulding. Mrs. Roy Mills. .and
Mrs. Lewis D. Griffith hostesses.
Salem Woman's Club, club
house. 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Walter Page. Mrs. David
Wright, and Mrs. Herbert Stiff.
Reservations , for tables, which
will be supplied at the club house,
rhay be made by calling any mem
ber of the above named commit
tee. Several groups plan to ar
range for a number of tables for
guest in their own set. the visi
tors playing progressively in their
own group. For the most part,
the affair will be "a no hostess card
party, each guest assuming her
In addition to the bridge play
ing group a second group of maids
and matrons are expected for tea,
the two groups joining for the
latter part of the afternoon. Mrs.
Whittig's tea committee includes
the following members: Mrs. F.I
G. Mvers. Mrs. F. G. Bowersox. !
Mrs. Earl Kennell. Mrs. Ray Hart
man. Mrs. Strickland. Mrs. A. C.
Smith. Mp. B. B. Herick. Mrs.
William Busick. Mrs. Alfred Berg,
Mrs. J. E. Willett, Mrs. Guy O.
Smith. Mrs. J. D. Foley. Mrs.
Oliver. Huston. Mrs. C. H. Robert-j
son, and Mrs. W. G. Allen.
The biggest and
Ever Offered in
2,000 Yards of
High Grade Silks
Plain and Prints
It's a clean, fresh, new
stock just received
The Newest Colorings
See them display ed in
our show windows
Entertains Round-up Club
Members of the Round-Up club,
with Mrs. J. C. Griffith as the
hostess, were entertained last
Mondav at one of the most en-
tnvable meetings' of the club of
the year. Mrs. J. C. Currie was a
special guest for the Occasion.
Spring blossoms decked the rooms
where bridge was in play. Mrs.
S. P. Kimball won the high score.
Mrs.. Asel Eoff and Mrs. Lewis
Griffith assisted the hostess at the
In the group wero: Mrs. J. C
Currie. Mrs. Joseph II. Albert,
Mrs. J. T. Whittig, Mrs, R. E.
Downing, Mrs. Ed. Hartley, Mrs.
Tohn H. Scott. Mrs. S. P. Kimball
Mrs. John H. Albert. Mrs. E.
Cooke Patton, Mrs C. K. Spauld
ing, Mrs. C." H. Robertson. Mrs
T,enta..Wetacott. Mrs. T. B. Kay
Mrs. W. ,G. Alien, Mrs. John L
Rand. Mrs. Asel Eoff. Mrs. Lewis
Griffith and the hostess, Mrs. J. C.
at Elks' Club
Mrs. F. E. Chafer and Mrs. J. B.
Hosford entertained jointly at a
delightful affair of early in the
past woek when they were host
esses for a group of their bridge
club and several additional guests.
Mrs. W. E. Wilson. Mrs. Walter
F." Buckner. and Mrs. James Lewis
won the prizes of the afternoon,
with bridge the chosen diversion.
Pink tulips aad lavender lilacs
centered the luncheon table where
covers were p'aced for: Mrs. John
Craig. Mrs. John Orr, Mrs. Harry
Belt, Mrs. Walter F. Buchner.
Mrs. A. T. Wain. Mrs. II. S. Poisal.
Mrs. W. E. Wilson." Mrs. J. W.
Lewis, Mrs. J. R. Pollock. Mrs.
A. H. Moore and the hostesses,
Mrs. Shafer and Mrs. Kosford.
Pageant at Church
An Easter papeant, entitled
"The Christian's Cross," will be
presented at 7:30 o'clock tonight
at the Court Street Christian
church. Joy Turner Moses' or
chestra will funrnish the special
National Music Week to
Be Observed in Salem
National Music week, which will
be observed all over the country
from May 2 to 9, will be marked
in Salem by two outstanding af
fairs, a three o'clock vesper ser
vice on May 2 at the First Meth
odist church and a community
concert, similar to the one which
was so extremely successful last
year, at the Armory on Wednesday
Among the organizations which
will participate in the Armory con
cert are: Oscar Steelbammer's
band, the boy's chorus, the Sacred
TUESDAY, APRtL 6 9 A. M.
' JJ98 3
at Silk Sale
- 'v: ; woy, .prit
Heart Academy chorus,"" the Mac-
Doweil club chorus,-, urroiessar
Hobson'ff , chorus; the:; Schubert
Ociette, and Salem High School
octet. - 'r , ;
rs. Harry M. Styles i chair
man of the program committee
fori Music Week with her assist
ants including. Miss Margaret
Fisher, Mrs. Walter A. Denton,
and Miss Elizabeth Levy.
Noted Unitarian Woman to
Be Guest in Salem .
V distinquished visitor In Salem
this week will bd Mrs." Oscar Gal
lagher, president of the Alliance
f TTnltarian WomOn. WHO Will
arrJve here on Tuesday.
, The women of the church are
making plans for a luncheon Vn
"Mrs. Gallagher has served as
nresident of the Church , of the
Disciples, Boston, branch : of The
Alliance for four years, first vice
president of the New England
Assnriate Alliance for three years
and chairman of the Monday Con
ference of Alliance of Massachu
etts for two years. She Is a mem
ber' and at present acting chairman
of the Committee on Education of
he Massachusetts State Federa
tion of Women's Clubs. She Is
lfb 18th vice-president of the
Boston City. Federation, a member
of the New England Women's Club
and member and past president of
the Daughters of Vermont of Bos
ton. She was electea.to the na
tional presidency of The Alliance
of Unitarian Women in May, 1923.
Although; Mrs. Gallagher's fath
er yras captain in the civil war, her
grandfather, fought in the war or
1812, and a great-grandfather was
a Revolutionary soldier, she avows
her belief that national and in
ternational differences should be
settled by law instead of war. Her
husband, a well known educator,
is superintendent of schools in
Women ever have been persis
tent rrioney-raisers in their chur
ches, usually as a means to an
end;, namely, that they may pro
vide the proper environment for
the! development of the spiritual
Iifej and the right outlet for the
practice of the religious principles
Instructions on Banjo, Mandolin -and
Solo and Orchestra. New classes now being formed.
Beginners or Advanced Arranging' and Composition: f
Wcidt Diplomas .. . -.:
G. R. GOLDING
360 North 12th Street
A . W. I. I SM-?i M i it y i
For One Day Only
D at if A., XVI. '
- - - -CAN AND
ijbo btale St. m
i . " s
stimulated by the increase of spir
itual vision and power.J
Twenty-five "thousand members1
of ; The -Alliance of Unitarian
Women raised 3317,604.17 last
year, exceeding by $15,000 he
previous record. When. the figures
had been audited Mrs. - Gallagher
told , them that this activity wa
only incidental to the fundamental
DurDOse of The "Alliance, This sho
defined as 'quickening , spiritual h
growth and helping, to revitali7e
the life and work of ourAhurchei
schools and toy promotla
In the home." i
The activities of The
are numerous.:7 Officers and chair
men of committees are frequently
IU the field and a field secretary.
Mrs. Minna C. Biidlong of Kalama
zoo. Mich., is constantly on tour
establishing contacts with the 385
branches. Last year Mrs. Budlong
was able to establish contacts with
248 branches through special visits
and at national and regional con
ferences, Sanfords Spend Easter
at Hood River
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sanford are
spending the Easter week-end in
HOod River as the house-guests
of Mrs. Sanford's mother. Mrs.
S. B. Carlisle, having left Salem ,
by motor on Friday afternoon. Tor
day they will be joined by a party
of Portland friends for a picnic at
Mrs. McLaren Returns
Mrs7 L. G. McLarn,who will be
remembered as Edith" Shaw, has
returned to her home In Yakima.
Washington after a visit in Salem
at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Ranhtererian Cliib is Delight
fully Entterained at , -" ,
Glover Home :. J ;
Mrs. Ronald C. Glover and Mrs.
Otto J. Wilson were Joint hostesses
on inursaay at me noma oi me
former on . North" Commercial
street for members of the . Raph
eterian club. , The members of the
club, one of Salem's most congen-
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These silks should retail
at $2.75, $3.00 to $3.50
Printed Flat Crepes
Crepe de Chines
Some bordered allover
effects,- Suitable for
dresses and blouses.
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Printed 1 Patterns
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