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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1926)
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?ViJpr Ieftr Mrs., Percy -A. Bnrraston, wife
comparative newcomer, in Salem from 'Vancouver,
tlncUVe ffersoftaJ. charm. is rapidly: .becoming identi
Bttrrastons hare an attractive new, home on Lincoln
Hhleiif'Ma-trou. witli' pleasing singing voire, who is
the fjalCDi Woman's club and a graduate of Willam
Memphis' Tennessee, who is the- house-guest of Mrs.
Liower rtgut: Mrs. James B. Putnam (Catherine
weeks in Salem as the guest of her mother. Mrs. J.
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of the pipe organist at the Elsinore Theatre who" is
B. C. Mrs. Barraston.'a matron of talent. and dis
fietl wlthTchib -and- social activities of "the city, f The
IliU. Upper 'right : Mrs. 'Earl Pcarcy, a popular
acti?o iri local groups, Mrs. Pcarcy is a memler of
ettrvnfversity.." bower left: Miw Betty Harris of
Earl Pearey, 'Miss Harris is a niece of Mrs. Pearcy.
Vincent !Tpt Eureka, California, who is spending two
p. Vincent. - v j ....,
Uy Luis D. Shackclfield
The south wind blows the live-long night "
: Across the moonlit hill
(,jThe lovers loiter on the lake,
And all the-world is still.
I love these nights' without a sound, "
. More sweet than music far
My souLgoes- flying through the sky,
.., My heart sings with a star. -
jlftss Robertson Entertains
Miss Lord With Luncheon
oy. Friday r "
Aa exceedingly ' delightful af
fair o fthe past week was the 1
ojplock'r luncheon of Friday at
which Miss Mabel Robertson was
hdstess honoring ; Miss Elizabeth
1-iord'who wjll leave tom'orrow Tor
BsoU, Mass.-1 The" ' distinctive
luncheon, which 'was aerved buffet
KfVW. took place at the Robertson
home at 909 Center street. A col
orful profusion of autumn leaved
and 'vivid garden flowers decorat
ed the rooms. A centerpiece of
fruit was .used on the luncheon
table, while golden candles burn
ed in - rare Russian holders over
a cloth of exquisite embroidery- -
fMrr.'W." H. Burghardt and Mrs.
Dv O. "Schucklng" presided at the
luncheon table. The Misses Eugen
ia and Charlotte. Zeiber and, Flor
ence Jones assisted in the serv
ing. In the group were: Miss Eliz
abeth Lord, honor ; guest. Mrs.
Clifford Brown;.Mrs; V- H. Bnrg
bardt. Miss ' Elizabeth Putnam.
Mrs. Henry W. Meyer's. Mrs John
It. McNary., Mrs. Prince.; Byrd
Mrs. Frank Kiears, Mrs.; T. A
LiveSley, Mrs. ;Dan J. F,ry,"jr.,
Mis Dorothy Pearce." Mrs. 'fj p.
Th'ielsen, Mrs. Will Thielsn. Mrs.
B. O. Schiicking. Misa Alice Brown
of Westfield, Mass.. Mrs. Karl
Stiewer of Jefferson. Miss Greta
Loone yof Jefferson, Mrs. Leslie
Howellof Portland. Mrs.-C. H.
Robertson. Mrs. LA H.- McMahan,
Miss Beatrice Walton,, ' and 'the
hostess. Miss Mabel Robertson- ',
Miss Lord will leave tomorrow
for Boston, going thence "to -Gro-i
ton, Mass.. where she will en ted
the Lewtborpe School of - Land
scaping.. ' . ' . '
fiOUeerves Constitution Day
y Appropriate observance of Con
littition Day was made on Friday.
Sept.' 17. by Chemeketa chapter.
Daughters of the American Revo
f ujUftn, when the members and
Hi eir guests met in the chamber of
This was the first'gathering of
the Daughters for the new season.
rtonrAV. C Hawley. representative
in congress from Oregon, was the
those n speaker of the day, taking
as his subject the formation, and
the lasting influence, of tbe Con
stitution. ' - : i '
' Mrs. Chester C Clark, regent
TChemeketa chapter, presidedat
the' meeting. Following the sing
ing of "America.". Mrs. Saymour
Jones, former state regent.' gave
Washington's Prayer and the Am
erican's Creed. The assembled
group gave the flag salute. - ;
Two . vocal - solos by Fred 4 J.
Tooze, Jr., added to the pleasure
of the afternoon. Mr. Tooze sang
"My Own United States" and
Mfss Lillian Applegate reported
on the annual report which she, as
historian, submitted to the" head
quarters, in Washington, D. C. The
Music Teachers Attend ,1
Luncheon ; , : . '.,
r Mrs. Walter A. Denton and AHss
Elizabeth Levy werq .In . attend
ance at the luncheon of Portland
Music Teachers on Thursday tlio
gathering being a most delightful
one. Mrs. Frances Carrtck' Burke
waa the principal Bpeaker '- i
Lena Belle Tartar
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TEACHER OF SINGING '
Recently) returned from Advanced Study in Chicago' -High
School Cmllti (iheii Voices Tried I-Vr . :
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; Elizabeth Levy
; ' ;Teacher of Violin , !!.''---...
American ana European, study withOsar Tliomsoiu ;:
jFrom beginning to concert appearance. Special attention ? ;;
- " - given to children i ' ' :
I - Orchestra training High school credits given ' L
-Jlecpenkig'of Studio September. 20
' Phone 244-Ji
'563 Court Street "
Acclimated ornamental nursery
stock,, evergreens, rose bushes,
fruit and shade, trees at Pearcy
Bros; in season. We have oar own
nurseries. ,178 S. Com'l. ()
C. F. Brelthaupt, florist 4 and
decorator, 123 N. Liberty. Phone
380. 'Flowers,; bulbs, floral de
signs for all occasions. Pioneer
and leader In 'Salem. . : (?)
organization in - Oregon Is rated
100 per cent.
Holland Art Is Featured in
Outstanding Manner at'
P. E, O. Meeting t
An outstanding program was
presented at the meeting of Chap
ter G of the P. E; O. .sisterhood
last Thursday ' afternoon when
M rs" W. H. By rd waa hostess t
aer home on Court street. The
program,' which was in the, form
of a paper on "The Art of - Hol
land" . was comprehensively pre
pared by Mrs.vfV J. Tooze and af
forded material and illustrations
for an hour's talk.
During the business session
Mrs. E. E.. Fisher was elected cor
responding secretary of the chap-,
ter. Mrs. Fisher fills a vacancy
leftby Mrs- A. C. Parr's resigna
tion. 'Plans for the P.' E. O. head
quarters at the state fair were
discussed on Thursday.
At the refreshment hour. Mrs.
Byrd was assisted by Mrs. E. E.
Those present included: Mrs.
E. J. Huffman, Mrs. E. E- Fisher.
Mrs. F. J. Tooze, Mrs. II. S. Ppis
al, Mrs. G. W. Laflar. Mrs. P. J.
Kuntz, Mfs. F. W. Selee. Mrs. W.
M. Hughes, Mrs. Harold. Hughes,
Mrs. C. K. Logan. Mrs- W. M.
Smith, Mrs. W. T. Hickey and the
hostess. Mrs. Byrd.
In the opinion of Chapter G
members, the paper which Mrs.
Tooze gave is worthy of far more
than ordinary mention. It is prob
ably the best cultural lecture that
was ever given by a Chapter G.
member. Mrs. Tooze spent many
weeks In the preparation of her
material and had it so organized
that with the aid of tweny-fdur
reproductions from Dutch origin
als, it tok the form of a very
worthwhile Tlllustrated lecture.
Mrs. Tooe made, special compari
son between the work of Dutch
artists and those who have been
produced in France, Italy, Ger
cany, Belgium .and Spain. She
ooened the paper with an appre
ciative consideration of the early
history, as well as the early art.'
Of Holland, dwelling to a consid
erable extent' on the character of
the people. Mrs. Tooze gave a con
densed treatment of Dutch art
from the tenth century to modern
times, considering the five follow
ing typical artists: Paul Potter.
Hobbema. Rembrandt, Fran Hals
Joseph Israels and Anton Mauve.
MacDowell Club Plans a
Variety of Interesting
Activities for 1926-7
One of the greatest cultural
assets to the commnnUy, .is the
Salem MacDowell club which pre-
Slate surface roofing applied
over your old shingles. .v We have
bver"2Q 0j jobs 'in Salem. Nelson
Bros., plumbers, shooFniiefal woTK.
355 Chemeketa. ()
Tyler's Big Z Cold Capsules will
cure your cold. If you don't be
lieve it try it for yourself. Tyler's
'js the .only place to get them, 1S7
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sents, on the one hand, its own
grop concerts, and on the other
hand, makes possible the bringing
pt - outside attractions to Salem,
each program bein carranged for
its own definite merit. v
- ' With the club activities open;
ing with rehearsal on Oct. IT, un
der the able leadership of Pro
fessor W.'H. Boye, the president
of Ihe club, Mrs.. Phil Newmeyfir
has ouilined the general outline
of club programs for the complete
The .firs program will be given
the hitter part, of October, a
monthly program in Waller Hall
on the Willamette university cam
pus following immediately after.
The chairman of the program
committee for the. new year Is
Mrs. Walter A. Denton who will
be spendidly assisted by Miss Dor
othy Pearce and Miss Frances tVr
Two miscellaneous programs
planned will include not only vio
lin,. piano, and vocal numbers, bui
- The MacDowell club chorns.
composed of more than thirty
trained women's voices, will give
two significant concerts
Arthur Johnson of Portland, a
talented tenor, has been secured
to present the December program.
A violinist of note will be pre
sented in April.
An illustrated lecture on musie
and art will be given by Miss
Anna Ellis Barker in ajnuary.
The' Beethoven Centennial pro
gram which will come in March.
will be in Miss Melton's charge
An active ticket campaign
whereby those Interested become
associate members o fthe Mac
Dowel 1 club, is already under
way. Special student tickets will
The club officers this ear are:
President. Mrs. Phil Newmeyer;
vice president, Mrs. Charles E.
Rates: secretary. Miss Vivian
Whistler; treasurer. Mrs. T. H
Galloway; and auditor. Miss Dor
Mrs. Meyers' Tea for Mrs.
One of the youngest and most
winsome of Saiem's matrons. Mrs
Charles Waterous Craig (Helen
Jordan), who was an August
bride in Seattle, was honored in
an exceedingly delightful .manner
when Mrs. Henry W. Meyers was
hostess Thursday afternoon at tea
One hundred and twenty-five
prominent matrons - and maids
were invited to meet Mrs. Craig
from 3:30 to 3:30 o'efock a.t the
Meyers home on North Summer
From the veranda, where a
great floor basket of colorful
flowers' and foliage stood, to the
exquisite appointments on the tea
"i ?'.'. - h Monday - .":-V: '".::,- -'
American Legion Auxiliary.
McCornack Hall. "
'- - "fucsday
' Writers, club of the Salem Arts
League. Mrs. Wmt Fordyce Fargo,
1085 N.-Church street, hostess-
Chadwick chapter ot the East
ern Star; Masonic; Temple.v 8:00
Woman's society of the' Firs
Baptist church. 2:30 o'clock.
Woman's Union of the , First
Congregational church. Mrs. F. E.
Neer, 788 North Church street,
hostess. . '
'. 'Bridge tea in gardens at Homer
Smith home, 675 North Summer
street, under sponsorship of St.
Paul's Junior Guild. 2 to 5 o'clock.
Make reservations with Mrs.
Smith, telephone 1023.
Benefit concert. First Christian
church. Naomi Phelps, Mrs. Carrie
M. Chase,, and Mts. Guy Fitch
Salem Woman's club. Club
house. 2:30 o'clock. Program:
"Birds and, Wild Bird Life." by
Grace McCormack French.
Cobbs & Mitchell Co.. lumber
and building materials for every
purpose. Get 'estimates, look at
quauCy""of material, then you will
order. 349 S. 12th St. ()
White House Restaurant, 362
State St.. where hundreds of peo
ple prefer to eat. All you want to
eat for -less than yon can eat at
home. . Quality and service. ( )
William Wallace Graham
"Manor of Artists"
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Concert Violinist, and Teacher Head of the Violin
Department, Willamette .University
" Mr. Graham has Artist pupils playing and teaching in
all parts of the United States.
Mr. Graham will be at the Marion hotel on Monday and
Thursday where appointmenlSrfor instruction;, may be
made. ' .xi
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1' TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 20 '
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas have had fifteen years f
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lovely,' yesterday afternoon in
white chiffon over cloth of silver,
while Mrs. Meyers was charming
In sunset georgette elaborately
ornamented with rhlhestones. ,
r . Last Thursday's affair, proved
particularly delightful, in that It
virtually afforded an opportunity
for greetings among' those who
have met only in small groups, if
at all -since the summer vacation.
Barbara Frietchie Sewing
Club Is Entertained
at Smith Home
'Members of the Barbara Friet
hcle sewing club were, delightfully
entertained on Wednesday at the
home of Mrs Floyd Smith on
North -TwentyFirst street.- Mrs.
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Accredited Teacher . proved music study for
1'iano and Pipe Organ 'beginners. . - '
Term opens Sept. 20. Pupils should enroll now
Res. 505 N. Summer ' Telephone 1883W x
iable, the luxurious largness of
the early 'autumn garden was
much in evidence. In the drawing
room, where Mrs- Craig, the honor
guest' received, zinnias predomin
ated In the bouquets. .
Mrs. George E. Dorcas, Mrs.
Reuben P. Boise and Mrs. Frank
Snedecor, assisted in the more pro
fusely flow-filled living and din
ing rooms. Cosmos, dahlias and
michelmas daisies in colors rang
ing from a pale lavender to a deep
'maroon were used in beautiful ar
rangements In blue pottery and in
glinting metal bowls. Blue tapers
glowed here and' there in appro
Not only the tea table but the
tea room was literally centered
with an immense crystal bowl of
gladioli. the lavender blossoms
and delicate, foliage' of Michelmas
daisies mingling with the salmon
pink, cream, maroon and violet of
the gladoili. -Six tall sender tapers,
in a soft ivory hue, gleamed in a
ring around the table flowers.' A
basket of cosmos added additional
interest to the tea room.
During the first hour Mrs. Louis
Lachmund and Miss Margaret Gos
per presided at the urns and at
the second hour Mrs. T. A- Lives
'ey and Mrs. John J. Roberts.
Mrs. Craig was particularly
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1 Will Resume Her Classes September 20 ' ;f
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