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THE OREGON STATESMAN, iaALEM, OEEGON
Bean. The Portlanders arrived
last night, i - .V. .
. .The dinner - this afternoon will ,
Thanksgiving Hall at Illahee
Country Club is Preceded by
Many Attractive Dinners
The most elaborate of all affairs
this week which have led up to the
celebration of Thanksgiving day
was the holiday ball on Tuesday
evening at the Illahee Country
club. Jade green foliage and a
wealth of autvtan flowers decked
the ball room for the dance in
which the following were partici
pants: Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Fry,
Jr.. and their guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Austin Flegel of Portland, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Connell Dyer and
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Kama of Portland. Mr. and Mrs.
Fritz Blade, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry H.
Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pow
ell of Woodburn, Mrs. Asabel
Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ho
ler of San Francisco, Mr. And Mrs.
Wetzel Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Cur
tis Cross. Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Livesley. Miss Beverley Roberts,
Carl Gabrielson. Mr. and Mrs.
Hollis Huntington. Mrs. "William,
Burghardt Jr., Dr. Jerry Back
strand, Dr. and Mrs. W. H, Lytle,
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Irwin, Mr.
and Mrs. Ercel Kay, Mr. and -Mrs.
Donald Young, Mr. and Mrs Frank
Durbin Jr., Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
Qulsenberry,- Mr. and Mrs. Asel
Eoff. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ford, Mr.
and Mrs. Breyman Boise, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Deckebaeh, Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Hixson, Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Thorn, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Tod Mason,
Mr. and- Mrs. Edgar Pierce of
Aumsville. Miss K. Yeretz of Port
land, tiiarenee Hardcastle. Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Kirk, Mrs. E. V. Mc
Meachan. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Far-
nn-r, Mr.'" -and Mrs.- Karl Becke.
Thron Hoover. Albert Egan and
Mr. and Mrs.' Daryl Proctor.
, Mr. and Mrs. Lester SchlosberR,
Frank Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry SchmaJle. Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Cox, Dr. and Mrs. La ban Steeves,
ilr. and Mrs. Allan Cleveland, Dr.
ind Mrs. I. Baum, Dr. and Mrs. A.
d Bailey, Paul Campbell, Ralph
Doty, Mr. and Mrs. -Willis Rough-
tnMr. and Mrs.CIande Christen
ing Miss ueiores tjnnsienson,
Jjike Fuhrer, Mr. and Mrs. Thurs
ton Risteigen,"Mr; and'MrsrAlbert
Richard Wetjen. Mrs. Kate Bell.
Miss Grace Holt. Miss Miami Vic
torMiss Eloise Prudhomme, Jas.
R. Young, Ernest Bonesteele and
Preceding the dance at least five
distinctive supper parties were
fteld. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Kirk
entertained for 12 In their home,
nviting Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Thorn,
M. and Mrs. C. B. Webb, Mr. and
Mrs. Tod Mason, Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Pierre of Autrisville, Miss
K. Yerfc'tz of Portland, Clarence
Hardcastle, and the hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter J. Kirk.
A similar attractive affair was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Daryl Proctor, whose guest group
Included Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Mc
Meachan, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Far
mer, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Becke,
Theron Hoover, Albert Egan arid
Mr. and Mrs. Proctor.
One of the largest of the pre
dance dinners was that at which
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis D. Griffith
were hosts. Sixteen were invited
for this affair. ' ' Those included
were Mr. and Mrs. Fran Durbin
Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Qulsen
berry, Mr. and Mra. Asel Eoff, Mr.
and .Mrs. Bert Ford, Mr. 'and Mrs.
Breyman Boise, Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Deckebaeh, Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Hixson and the hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis D. Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Young's
dinner, with its Thanksgiving ap
pointments, was equally delightful.
Covers were marked for Mr. and
Mrs. Hollis Huntington. Mr. and
Mrs. Wmiam Burghard Jr., Dr.
Jerry Backstrand. Dr. and Mtb. W.
H. Lytle, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Ir
win, Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Kay and
the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Especially Interesting among
the dinners given was that at
which Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Lytle
complimented Mr. and Mrs. Laur
ence Hofer of San Francisco and
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Flegel of
Covers were placed around the
chrysanthemum-centered table for
Mr. and Mrs. Flegel, Mr. and Mrs.
Hofer, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Slade,
Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Fry Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Young, Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Carson, Mr. and Mrs.
Clifton Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Livesley, Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Roberts, Mr..and Mrs. Keith. Pow
ell of Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Cross. Mr. and Mrs. James
Linn, Mrs. Asahel Bush. Mr. and
Mrs. E. V. MfMeachan and Dr.
and Mrs. Lytle.
ThanJcsgiving Dinner To
night at Wallace Orcliardst
Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Wallace
will entertain a group of intimate
friends at a 6 to'clocTc dinner to
night at Wallace Orchards. Cov
ers will be placed for eight.
In the group will be Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Park, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry W. Meyers, Miss Margaret
Cosper. Miss Bess Brown of Eu
gent, little Miss Nancy Lou Wal
lace, and the hosts. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul B. Wallace.
Nancy Lou. the two months old
daughter of the hosts, will cele
brate her first Thanksgiving at
this time. Nancy Lou bears the
names of her paternal and her
Miss Brown, the out-of-town
guest in the group, is a member
of the University of Oregon fac
ulty. Mrs. Walker Will Spend
Winter in South
Mrs. C. M. Walker w11 leaveqa
Saturday morning for the south
where she will spend the winter
months. Mrs. Walker will go first
to Long Beach where she will visit
at the home of her sister, Mrs. J.
H. Koltes. Later Mrs. Walker
plans a trip into Arizona before
returning to Salem.
Interest in Fine Arts
Even a Thanksgiving holiday
has not dimmed the interest of a
widespread Salem public in the
immense effort which is being
made this week to raise 41000 for
the Fine Arts Memorial building
at Eugene. The yellow tags,
bades of an unswerving loyalty to
the finest that civilization has
made possible, will be sold by the
thousands on Saturday at 25
cents each. Those who buy, and
those who wear, these badges,
will have the assurance that they
have definitely contributed to the
building of one of the finest archi
tectural monuments in the state.
The men of the local service
clubs have heard of the campaign
at their luncheon meetings this
week. On Monday T. A. Livesley
spoke to the Chamber of Com
merce on the importance of the
project. Carl Gabrielson present
ed the tag day obligation to the
Kiwanians on Tuesday, while on
Wednesday David W. Eyre pre
sented information concerning the
Memorial Fine Arts building at a
meeting of the Rotary club.
Mrs. George H. Alden interest
ed the group of women who com
prise the membership of the Town
and Gown club in the movement.
Judge and Mrs. H. J. Bean
Entertain With Thanksgiving
The spacious home of Judge
and Mrs. 11. J. Bean on Court
street is the scene today of an
enjoyable Thanksgiving house
party. In the group are Mr. and
Mrs. Will Ingram of Portland.
Mrs. Ft K. Locke and daughter.
Miss Beatrice Locke of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Larsen -of Port
land, Miss Maude Covington and
the hosts. Judge and Mrs. H. J.
be served at 2 o'clock. A bowl of
yellow chrysanthemums will cen
ter the table and yellow candles'
will burn in crystal holders.
Thanksgiving Dinner at
C. P. Bishop Home
Today For Ten
Covers will be placed for ten at
the Thanksgiving dinner at which
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop will be
hosts today at their attractive
home on Court street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Roberts and
daughter, Imogene, who motored
down from Hood River last night,
will remain at the Bishop home
over the week-end.
A centerpiece of yellow chry
santhemums and fern will center
the table. Covers at the 2 o'clock
dinner will be placed for Mr. and
Mrs. C. T. Roberts and daughter.
Imogene of Hood River, Kingsley
and Harry Roberts of Oregon Ag
ricultural college, Chauncer Bish
op of Pendleton and sons, Robert
and Charles Kay, and the hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Boise
Will Entertain at 2
o'Clock This A ftemoon
Members of the Boise family
will be guests at a delightfully
planned Thanksgiving dinner at
2 o'clock this afternoon when Mr.
and Mrs. Renben P. Boise enter
tain at the family home on Court
Yellow lighted tapers and an
unusual centerpiece of fruit will
be used on the table around which
covers will be placed for Mr. and
Mrs. Breyman Boise and sons, Eu
gene and Evan. Mrs. Ralph Jones
and daughter Johanna. Mrs. Frank
Snedecor and the hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. "Reuben P. Boise.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Byrd
Will Entertain With 12
Cover Dinner at 1 :30
A color scheme of pink will
predominate on the Thanksgiving
dinner table at the home of Pr.
and Mrs. W. H. Byrd when they
Have you begun
A Christmas list?
(Continued on page 10.)
Mrs. IE P. Stith, millinery.
Most beautiful hats in Salem; 'all
shapes and colors; full stock from
which to make fine selections
Best oualitv. 233 State St. )
O. J. Hull Auto Top & Paint
Co. Radiator, fender and body
repairing. Artistic painting adds
100 to the appearance of your
auto. 287 S. Commercial. ()
Lieurance Concert Here Next Week
This space for Christ
mas suggestions every
day from now 'till
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Served AH Day
. TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
THANKSGIVING DAY THURSDAY NOV. 25
Grape Frnlt Cocktail
Olympia Oyster Cocktafl
. Gray Belk Steak, Mushroom Sauce
Roast Oregon Turkey. Chestnut Dressing
Fried Young Chicken. Pineapple Fritter
Roast Leg of Pork. Glazed Apple
Roast Prime Ribs of Eastern Steer, an Jus
Candled Sweets Snowflake Potatrfes
Combination Fruit Salad,- Whipped Cream
Fresh Crab Salad en Mayonnaise
Fresh Red Raspberry Sundae English Plum Pudding
Pumpkin, Hot Minca or Cranberry Pie
Special Thanksgiving Brick lee Cream
Tea Coffee Milk Hot Chocolate
Complete a 1'Carte Service All Day
Alio ?Sc Plate Dinner, Chicken", or Turkey
Thurlow Lieurance recording original Indian melodies' on the
Crow reservation in Montana where he studied their ceremonies and
songs. The Lieurance concert will be at the Grand theatre December
2. under the auspices of the Business and Professional Women's club
PERFECT TONE AMJZINGJIY APPROACHED
off her feet
to the new
Here is shown the $90 Gilfillan with
$31 Rola Loudspeaker. Another Rola,
Fucbtai, is 30. onniian re
ceivers in handsome console
cabinets with self-contained loud
speakers, $ 1 7f
and $350. Acces
sories extra. Terms
ShermanjPlay & Co.
130 Sooth High Street in
New Bligh Bids.
Every Woman 's Pumps and r
Oxfords Greatly Reduced
Our Semi-Annual Sale means a great saving.
Christmas Slippers for Men, Women
and Children on Sale
Tan Walking Heel Oxfords
For serviceable everyday wear, welt
soles, rubber heels, (ttj js F
while they last on J1I WC J?tJ
Medium and high heels, all
very dressy, values formerly
sold up to $6.85. Semi-Annu-al
Parchment Kid Lace, Dressy Oxfords
Medium high heels, also low walking heels
for street wear. See these
exceptional values on
sale while they last at....
150 Pairs of Women's Pumps
Patent and blonde, medium and high heels, many djj Q
styles grouped in this lot on sale, second floor, while lij I
they last at only
Lace Oxfords and Strap Pumps
Medium round toes and short vamp, patent, for dress wear, medium
high heels. Buster Brown
Sale Price on these styles
Several lines included in
this price, values up to
$1.50. All new and fash
ionable shades. While
4 - - '
200 M ei - s Heather
Slippers. Very service
able. Just the thing
f -Come Here Prepared To Get a - Bargain
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