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THK ORKGON STATESMAN. SALfcM. OUfcOiO
Alumni Will-Hold l
Luncheon on Friday ;
AJl alumni of Wiflamette uni
versity are inviteds tft attend the
homecoming luncheon which will
take place on Saturday at 12:15
o'clock at the Marion hotel. The
semi-annual business meeting jrill
be held in conjunction, after which
the group will adjourn promptly
for the game. Reservations need
not be made. "; .
Queen Esther Circle Is
Organized at First
Methodist Church Tuesday
A Queen Esther circle was or
ganized in the First Methodist
church on Tuesday evening under
the auspices of the Woman's Home
Missionary .society of the church.
Fortytwo sat down tor the ban
quet at 6 o'clock and enjoyed the
program which followed. The
tables were beautifully decorated
with 'the' flower baskets which will
nerve as the mite boxes for the
Queen Esthers this year. Mrs.
Ada Miller, ieonference secretary
of junior work In the WHMS, In
troduced Mrs. G. A. Alden, presi
dent of the First church auxiliary
of the WHMS, who presided over
the meeting and organized the
girls Into the Queen Esther circle.
The address of the evening was
given by Miss Hildred Mohr, a
WHMS deaconess from Pennsyl
vania, who spoke on 'Experiences
makes creamy Fudge
I Tablespoonful Snowdrift
a Cupfuls Sugar
3 Squares Chocolate
4 Cupful Milk
- Few Grains of Salt
Combine the sugar, the cfaoc
. olate (cut in small piece), the
Snowdrift, salt, cream of tar
tar, and milk in a saucepen,
and stir over the, heat until
the sugar is dissolved. Boil
until a little of the mixture
when tried in cold water
forms a soft ball. Then cool
slightly, add the vanilla and
beat until creamy. Pour a
half inch deep into a pan
lightly rubbed with Snow
drift and mark into .squares.
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at Ellis Island and City Missions."
A program of "garaea directed by
Miss Naomi Ty lor followed the
banquet. h - "W ?. '
Officers .elected for the year
were: Mrs. M. Reefer, advisor
and superintendent; Miss Hildred
Mohr, director of missions: Miss
N. Taylor, director of social life;
Mrs. L. L. Nelson, director of re
ligious pageantry: Queen Esther
president, June Mack; vice presi
dent, Jean Middleton; correspond
ing1 secretary, Doris Hoogerhyde;
recording secretary, -Emily Dale;
treasurer, Emma Mohr, and mite
box secretary, Ruth Swafford,
The circle plans to meet once
a month for the study of a text
book on home missions and a so
cial hour. '
Columbine Club Meets for
The Columbine club met for a
1 o'clock - luncheon at the home
or Mrs. J. S. Beck on Wednesday.
The table decorations were sug
gestive of Thanksgiving. The
centerpiece was. a huge pumpkjn
filled with gorgeous autumn flow
ers, of all colors .A unique feat
ure of the lunch was the serving
of each guest with, a piece of
pumpkin pie with an unlighted
candle on it. As each guest light
ed their candle they made a toast
in honor of Mrs. Tumbleson, whose
birthday it was. After the lunch
eon a business meeting was held
and plans'iae for a club Christ
mas tree. 'The living rooms of
the Beck home were lovely with
many bouquets of chrysanthe
Mrs. Bert Smith and Mrs. Fred
Woodcock, were, special guests of;
the day. The club members in the
group included ,sIrs. McCarroll,
Mrs. Ralph Howard. Mrs. Roland,
Mrs. Homer Best. Mrs. Charles
Davis, Mrs. McAlpine, Mrs. A. I...
Tumbleson and Mrs. J. S. Beck.
Music Teachers Meet for
One o Clock Luncheon
Diverting'' from the ordinary
evening program; members of the
Salem: braachot the Oregon State
Music Teachers association met
on -Wednesday at the Elks' club,
for the luncheon hour,..
Covers were placed for Bertha
Junk Darby, Allie Chandler, Mary
Denton, Laura . Grant Churchill.
Frank ''CfiuRll MolUe Hill
Styles. Lucile' RossBeatrlce Shel
ton, Dorothy Pearce, Elma Wel
ler, .Margaret Fisher, Elizabeth
Levy, PrdT. S. Roberts, Ethel
Roberts, Frances Virgtnie Melton,
Lela Lee,ena Waters and Vivian
Mrs. Don Miles and Mrs. Henry
Lee were in attendance at the live
stock show in Portland one day
W. C. T. 17. Activities
The . Woman's Christian Tem
perance union met'on Tuesday for
the regular session. Many, items
of interest occupied the guests
during the afternoon. Two mem
bers of the union recently visited
Eola and gave helpful informa
The, next meeting will be de
voted, to-.work at the hall. At the
following meeting reports from
the state convention will be heard.
Our Feature Photoplay Is
The riotous story of a coal heaver
who heaved himself into society
Provost - Matt Moore
Jolly Sixteen Club
Meets at Iiusey Home
'Mr. and Mrs.1 C. H. Baser were
hosts on Wednesday evening, for
members of the JoWy Sixteen club.
Chrysanthemums deeorated the
rooms .in an artistic manner.
Mrs. Frak Turner and M. P.
Dennis .won the high prlaes, while
the consolation awards went to
Mrs. A. Ji'Busey and L. C. Broth
erton. At the next meeting of the club
Mr. and Mrs Dennia twlll enter
tain at their home at 1540 State
In the group on Wednesday
were Mr. .and iMrs. A. J. Basey,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bechtel, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Brotherton. Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Dennis, Miss Frances
Williams of Portland, 'Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Turner (and Mr, and Mrs.
Wedding Is. Solemnized
at Caswell Home.
Thursday morning, at the home
of Mr. .and Rev. Mrs. Caswell the
wedding of Miss LyllyanE. Har
vey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Len
Harvey, and Clarence Ostermn,
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Morgan,
Mr.' Putnam was a well known
mechanic here .and Mrs. Osterman
was an. artist. - .
Immediately after the ceremony
they left for Des Moines. Iowa,
where they will make their home.
A group of relatives werepresent
at the wedding. ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dennis mo
tored to Portland last night to as
sist in the celebration of the birth
day Anniversary of Miss Frances
Williams who - has been visiting
Mr. and-Mrs. Dennis, her-aunt and
uncle.; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis will
attend the International stock
show during their week-end visit
"Some of these days they'll
be kicking the Arabian
Nights entertainment vol
umes out : of the public
libraries and substituting
photographs of Douglas
Fairbanks with clipping
books of his adventures in
the Land of Fantasy."
Los Angeles New 3
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Ittisinbelief that the.
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7 snouia not merely recora. it
?-oultJ see'jthroiigh a selec
Itlve impressionistic eye. It
t-should Capture moods as an
impfssrotfistic P a i n t ing
in'tfeman mind there
ig.aljvaya flickering revolt
.gainst the stifling actual
ities of life and a, desire to
'.escape frpm them. The,
screen offers an outlet for
the spirit of rebellion. It
giveactuality to., our
. dreams -our moments of
v roads of romance.
1 1 THE &BLACK PIRATE
is a romance of! the sea and
"-itrhas beerf our aspiration to
catch and reflect the real
'X spirit of seafaring, with all
;r';its colors and its odors,, its -
swinging crooning, shriek-in-rhythm.
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Salem Woman's elub baiaar.
Otto J. Wllsoa's garage (Bniek),
on NT, Commercial street. .
Wo man's Missionary society of
First Christian church. Church
parlors. 2:30 o'clock.
West Side circle of the Jason
Lee Aid society. Mrs. Fred
Prince, 1545 North Commercial
Salem Business and Prof essioii
al Women's dance. Derby Hall.
Woman's Alliance of Unitarian
church, Mrs. Roy. Romaine,-hostess.
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary. Mrs.
Leroy Hewlett, 515 North Sum
mer street, hostess.
Mpthers v class of . First Metho
dist church. Mrs. .B. L. Steeves.
1954 Court street, -hostess, 2:30
Chemeketa chapter, Daughters
of the American Revolution. Mrs.
John Orr, 865 D street, hostess.
Delta Phi home-coming lunch
eon. Green Gate tea room at The
Woman's Relief Corps. Mc-
Cornack Hall. 2 o'clock.
Willamette university alumni
homecoming luncheon and busi
ness meeting. Marion hotel, 12:15
Sacred Concert. First Method
ist church. 7:30 o'clock.
Sacred Concert. 'Leslie Meth
odist chureh. 7:30 o'clock.
Salem Men's chorus In concert
at. Grand theatre. Assistant , ar
tist, Walter Bates, .Canadian
Mothers' Class Will
Meet at Steves Hotne
The Mothers' Bible class of the
First Methodist church will met
at the home of Mrs. B. L. Steees,H
1954 Court street, this aftertidbn
at 2:30 o'clock.
Addresses Business and
One of t the most outstanding-
meetings of the Salem Business
and Professional Women for the
club year was held on Wednesday
evening at the First Presbyterian
into the high- -I
ri .' j. i
to more- than 75 members and i
friends, 20 of these ' being- includ
ed ; as special guests. ' -j
t Major RabertKon spoke on ''In
ternational Affairs," dealing- with
his subject in an authentic and
Tonight the dub will bold the
anticipated dance in, Derby hall.
In. addition several tables of pro
gressive five hundred -will be in
play. . , . f ,
Spend Day in Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Adam'Engle spent
yesterday is 'Portland, motoring
down in the morning.
Woman's Club Bazaar
Will Culminate Today
' The hospital benefit bazaar
Which opened on election night,
will come to-a close at 10 o'clock
Ibis evening. The sale is proving
a distinct success." This is par
ticularly gratifying to those who
keenly realize the, lack of equip
ment at the. Salem hospital which
ti unendowed. .
The annual thank offering meet
ing of the First Congregational
church missionary society "will be
held at the home of Mrs. -W. C.
Kantner. at 853 North Commercial
street on Friday at 2:30 o'clock.
Unitarian Alliance Will Meet
Members of the woman's alli
ance of -the Unitarian church will
meet today at the home of Mrs.
Roy 'Romaiae to how4 for the ba
aaar :wbich will be held Decem
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Live Topics of Day Discuss
ed at Each Service, Spe- ,
The meetings at the First
Christian church are progressing
nicely.1 Audiences have been fair
considering outside attractions.
The choir ha.s been rendering
splendid music and the special
number: by Mr. Farnum and Miss
Whisler Tuesday night was well
received by the audience. The
sermon topic -to- Thursday even
in "The Man Who Prayed Too
Late", Friday evening VBefore
and After Taking." These ser-
iii vim are especially aeaijng wiin
the Ideal Christian life and are
directed more particularly to the
chnrch member, yet all will find
food for thought and will ie help
ed by attending these services. If
you sing, you are asked to come
and help. If you play a musical
instrument bring it along. We ex
pect to have on orchestra in the
near future. Come and" hear the
male quartet tonight. Special
feature at all services. You will
Mehama State hatchery will
handle nearly 9.000,000 salmon
eggs this year, from North and
South Ban tian.
Of Regular $150 and
Annual November Sale
ards begins today. While every
'tne regulars tor some reason, thefxaws in most instances are so
slight as to defy detection! We .offer this sale today as avalue
jgiving Opportunity Avorthy of your time and' efforts in:callir)gto.
'Every woman knows Holeproof and that it gives exceptional
Service. 'There's a size and color here Jor you itTs a mere mat
ter of coming to -the store early! . ' li
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON,
Eugene, Nov. 4 One hundred and
t?wenty-seven i students. . represent-
ing 32 foreign countries, are rep
resented - at " the university, the
registrar announced today. ' .
The largest .-number from L out
side the United States is 34. from
Canada. Twenty-five - come from
the Philippines. 10 from Russia,
from China. 7 from Japan, -4
from England. 4 from Australia
and several from Finland, Ger.
many. Norway, Bulgaria and Ru
mania. Siberia. South Africa. Brazil,
Austria, Siam. Czecho-Slovakia.
Turkey and Chile are among those
which have one student in attend
of "Pure Silk Holeproof
pair' of these were graded btit oL-
PIPING ROCK - '
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devilte -dnd -?Tlie CaTeman" wltb;
Marie Prevostand -Matt Moore.
Orego tThree Bad Men
from the novel "Over the Border'
by-Herman- Whltaekef. ?
Capitol. -.pictures and Vaude
ville.. : ,
Rlili--Evelyn Brent Jn VFlame
of the Argentine.
Klamath Falls Forest Lumber
company buys 120.000 worth, df
rails. lor Hogging - railroad near
Kirk. - . . , . ....
Mill - City Hammond Lumber
company installs more lumber car
riers, to speed production.-
Ta Make Room for,
HAROLD LLOYD we.
are leaving TONIGHT!
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