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Upper left: Attractive home portrait of children of Mr.
Eugene, ana ranacnwaren oi iur. buu Airs. ianiei j . r ry, or. x ne oiaesi nine gin, rns
cilia, (left) is ejgit years of age; her brother, Raymond, Jr. (center) is four; while Jane
tright issix naontna oia.
1 ,QBnter left:-Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jarman. Virginia is four.years
old. - ' v .'".'?
Center right: Mrs. Ben Rickli (Irene Walker) and small son, Norman Earl, who was
four months old when he posed
of the city YMCA. .
t- - Lower left : Attractive children of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J.
and Mrs Daniel J. Fry, Sr. Marylee (left) is five years old
months old.. '
i, Lower right: Martha Lou Carfin of Portland, charming
hardt, Jr., who was a house-guest at tne surgnardt home recently. Martha Lou is six years
Old.. ." ' -
Spring has come up from the South again,
-ffitti soft mists in her hair,
And a warm wind in her mouth again.
And budding everywhere.
Spring has come up from the South, again,
And her skies are azure fire.
And around her i the awakening
Of all the world's desire.
Spring has conie up from the South again,
And dreams are in her eyes,
And music is in her mouth again
Of love, the never-wise.
Spring has come up from the South again.
And bird and flower and bee '
Know that she is their, life and joy-
CALE YOUNG RICE,
, From: "Earth and New Earth.7
jjv. and Mr. De Beck, Plo-
in er$ of Canada? Celebrate
Golden Wedding in Salem
Two Canadian pioneers, Mr.
and Mrs. George Ward De Beck
(Emma - Mary , Keary), had the
distinction or celebrating the fif
tieth 'anniversary of their mar
riage In Salem on the day the
njagnificent new. bank building,
erected by their son-in-law, Mayor
T.' A. Llvesley. opened Its doo.a
to the public. ; L
Mr. and . . Mrs. ' De . Beck arti
liLuse-guesta. at the home of their
son-in-law and daughter. Mayor
r ha Mrs. T. A, Lirealey (Edna
-Keary) from , Vancouver. B. Ci
here they have made their "home
since their marirage half century
' Romantic details attended the
marriage of George Wafd De Beck,
premising Canadian lumberman,
and his bride, Emma Mary Keiry,
who has the distinction 'of being
one of rthe first white children
tern la New Westminster.'" WhUe
both, were; Canadian-born they
b ti New :-,Brnnswlclrnd'wer
married, on Amerleaf soll-r-v
Scant gesture that? seemed to
t oTfctell the ; role that ine . vnicea
tates particularly Salem, Ore
gon; should play-In their Ures In
the year to come,- when " one of
their daughters married Thoma
A Llvesley and becajne nns nrst
lady' 6f her city.f Mr. and Mrs. '
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGO& "
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for his picture. Norman Earl's
De Beck culminated their pictur
esque romance of 187? at Port
Townsend, where the marriage
was performed. . ; f';t
- Mr. and Mrs. De Beck are both
affiliated with the Sons and
Daughters of Canada, an influen
tial pioneer organization compos
ed of those descended from true
pioneer stock. Mr. De Beck, who
still has wide holdings In Canada,
lis a retired lumberman. He also
figures prominently In the Cana
dian mining industry.
Mr. and Mrs. De Beck are the
parents -of five children, all but
two of whom live in their native
province. - They have thirteen
grandchildren, four of whom are
Dorothy. Tommy, Roderick and
Mary Patricia Llvesley tf Salem.
. A week-end house-party at the
Liveshy home on Lincoln Hill waft
one of the Informal features plan
ned both for the golden wedding
anniversary and to celebnto the
cpenlng of Salem's first skyscraper-
Among those .here for a me
morable week-end' are the guests
of - honor TAtl ' and ; Mrs. George
Ward De Beck, of Vancouver. B.
Cf Mr. FV G. Sargent of San Fran
cisco. Miss Helen Adelsperger of
Portland,; MJss Dorothy Llvesley
of Portland and Wallace Graham
of Portland. ';.r; '. .h-vttr V.
- Miss , Adelsperger . ; and Miss
Uveal ex are;, classmates ; at ! St,
Helen's Hall, while Wallace Gra-
bam, Ji., agisted Tommy Llresleyj
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- and Mrs. Raymond Walsh of
father is associate secretary
Fry, Jr., grandchildren of Mr.
and Daniel Joshua III is fifteen
little niece of Mrs. W. H. Burg-
in violin numbers at the "open
ivouse" last night at the bank.
Last night, after ten o'clock,
Mayor and Mrs. Livesley honored
Mr. and Mts. De Beck with an in
formal reception at their, home,
when interested friends called to
extend personal congratulations.
The house was decorated thru
out with jonquils and other golden
Earlier in the evening, Mr. and
Mrs. De Beck were the guests of
honor at a 5:30 o'clock dinner.
Mr. De Beck will return to I'rit-
ish Columbia early this week.
while Mrs. De P.eck will visit here
until later in the spring.
Mrs. Cross Will
Entertain Bridge Club
Mrs. Curtis Cross will be host
ess for the members of her bridge
club on Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Eunane Craig, Bride
elect, is Honored With
An Interesting event of Wednes
day evening was the lovely, sur
prise shower at which Mrs. Mark
S. Skiff. Mrs. Lowell L. Tweedale
and Miss Jennie Calvert were host
esses at the Skiff Apartment on
Court street for Miss Eunane C.
The living rooms were unusual
ly attractive with baskets of daffo
dils, ferns and Oregon grape. ' Ta
pers centered the dining room ta
ble. Mrs. T. A. Roberts cut the
Forty matrons and maids spent
a very enjoyable evening In con
versation and admiring the beau
tiful and useful gifts given In Miss
Craig's honor. ;
In the group were; Mrs, T. A.
Roberts, Mrs. E. V. McMechan.
Mrs. Lloyd Farmer, Mrs. Newton
Smith, Mrs. Chas. B. Stricklln,
Mrs. Tom Holman. Mrs. R. L. Ed
wards, Mrs. Aubrey Johnson, Mrs.
Kenneth Brown. Mrs. Wayne Wa
ters, Mrs. Max O. Hill, Mrs. Leo Jf
Page, Mrs. Charles Goodwin, Mrs.
Arthur J. Rahn, Mrs. .Victor Mc
Kenzie, Mrs. D. i. Fry, Jr., Mrs.
Kenneth Bell, Mrs. Chas. W.
Craig. Mrs. Homer Gonlet, Mrs.
Hazel George. Mrs. Jons. W. Coch
ran ot Portland, Mrs. Mark S.
Skiff. Jr.. of Portland, Mrs. Stan
ley Allen, of Portlands-Mrs. F. S.
Craig, Miss Lo a Thompson, Miss
Frances Weisser, Miss Zelma Bush,
Miss Marie Brlgga, Miss Valerie
rriggS, Miss Sally Lansing, Miss
Melba Davenport, Miss Cora Talk
ing ton. Miss Carolyn Hurst, Miss
Thelma Young. Miss Macyle Hun
ter. Miss Nan Potman, Miss Agnes
Bayne, Miss Maimi Victor, Miss
Velna Gilliam, Miss Margaret Put
nam. Miss Nell Thielsen, Miss
Dorothy Tweedale, Miss Gene
Belle of Portland. Miss Helen Win
ter of Portland.
Beethoven Week in the
United States is Set
For March 20-26
The Salem MacDowell club will
.sponsor the local program which
will commemorate the 100th an
niversary of the death of Beetho
ven, the' famous musician. The
program will take place a week
from tomorrow night in Waller
A group of particularly talented
Salem musicians have been en
gaged for the evening. Miss
Frances Vlrginie Melton, head of
the piano and theory departments
at Willamette University, will give
the centennial talk. Iva Clare Love
and Helen Selig O'Neil, violinists,
will give solos and duets. Miss
Eugenia Savage, pianist, will give
instrumental solos. Mfss Lena.
Belle Tartar, head of the music
school, contralto, will sing. Miss
Lucile Ross and Miss - Dorothy
Pearce, pianists, win give two
Beethoven week, March 20-26.
1927, will be a nation-wide pro
ject with George Eastman of Ro
cheser, X. P.. as chairman, to com
memorate the 100 the annivers
ary of the death of Beethoven,
through the performance of his
maaterworks against a back
ground of community expression
with the participation of schools,
colleges, clubs, and civic agencies.
This project will supplement the
tributes to be paid by orchestras
and choral societies and will util
ize all available means for bring
ing Beethoven's message within
reach of the widest audiences with
the aid of the radio, the moving
picture and the phonograph the
three modern ' instruments for
mass appreciation which are the
outstading developments since the
death of Beethoven.
The program of BeethovertH
week Is under the sponsorship of
the Columbia Phonograph com
pany which will make available
to the schools and civic organiza
tions recordings of the major
works of Beethoven.
The features of the program
for Beethoven week, which are
now being developed, Include:
Radio programs presenting "Fi
delio," the only opera Beethoven
wrote, and orchestral pieces, to
gether ' with educational talks on
Movtng pictures of the life of
The creation "of an American
ocmpceer of a special orchestral
piece, in honor of the" Beethoven
centennial, and a series of educa
tional talks by distinguished
To carry out this program on a
national scale, there are being or
ganized sub-committees of the ad
visory body throughout the coun
try, comprising the civic and ar
tistic forces of each community
Facidtp Women Hold March
Meeting on St. Patricks Day
The home of Mrs. Ernest C.
Richards at 966 Center street was
the scexe of a particularly delight
ful meeting of the Willamette
University Faculty Women's club
on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. N. S.
Savage, Mrs. W. E. Kirk, Mrs. E.
T. Brown, , and Mrs. R. M Gatke
entertained with Mrs. Richards.
Needlework and conversation
were the-diversions of the after
The rooms were lovely . with
daffodils and hyacinths in purple,
pink and yellow shades.
Included in the group on Thurs
day were: Mrs. Gustav Ebsen.
Mrs. Morton E. Peck, Mrs. Wini
fred McGin, Mrs. J. O. Hall, Mrs.
F. G. Frapklin. Mrs. Alice H.
Dodd, Mrs. Herman Clark. Mrs.
F. M. Erlckson, Mrs. Carl Gregg
Doney, Mrs. Roy Keene, Miss Lois
Latimer, Miss Frances M. Rich
ards, Mrs. Charles L. Sherman,
Mrs. George H Alden. Mrs. Em
ery Hobson, Miss Avoca McMinni
and the hostesses. Mrs. Richards
Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Kirk, Mrs.
Brown and Mrs. Gatke.
Junior Choir WiU Give
Vesper Concetrt in
Salem Next Shinday
A large audience heard the con
cert given in Cervallis last Sun
day by a Junior choir of thirty
voices, which Iyron D. Arnold di
rects. The chir sang1 four appre
ciated anthems Of unusual inter
est were the 'instrumental solos.
Ronald Hall, a thirteen-year-old
pupil of Mr. Arnold gave a pipe
orran solo. Lucelia Bates and
Howard llalbiert delighted the. au
dience with tlheir two-violin num
bers. . The young violinists are
pupils of Mrs. Marguerite Mc
Manus. Much interest Is being shown In
tto vesper concert which will be
given by this same organization
next Sunday at 3:30 o'clock, at
the First Presbyterian church in
Salem. The public is cordially In
vited to attend.
Salem. Unit of American
One ot the znoet rapidly growing
organizations in the city Is the
American Legion Auxiliary which
at a single meeting- added : fifty-four-new
members to Its list. This
meeting, held on Monday night 4n
McCornack Hall, closed a success
ful .two months .-. dxtre, which
brought eighty-four applications
for membership to the organiza
tion. Four captains, Mrs. Albert C.
Gragg, Mrs. Stanley Ostrander,
Mrs. Guy Young and Mr?. Lloyd
Demarest. managed the drive. Mrs.
Gragg and Mrs. Ostrander. heads
of the winning teams, will be hon
ored at an early date by the losing
Mrs. Lylp Dunsmoor secured the
prize for the member responsible
for th,e most new memlwrs. Mrs.
Dunsmoor introduced a total of
twenly-one new members to the
auxiliary. In recognition of this
servfSe she was awarded a lwauti
ful girt from the Moon Jewelry
store. Mrs. Karl Buroh won the
second prize, an attractive srward
from the U. O. Shipley store. Mrs.
Buroh brought fifteen members
into the organization.
A delightful social time follow
ed the initiation on Monday.
The officers of the American j
Legion Auxiliary are:
Mrs. Jesse George, president; J
Mrs. King Bartlett. first vice presi
dent: Mrs. Stanley Ostrander, sec
ond vice president; Mrs. R. E. De
Guire, secretary; Mrs. Elma Libby,
treasurer; Mrs. Minnie Jirak,
chaplain; Mrs. W. E. Vincent, ser-geant-at-arms.
The complete roster is as fol
lows: Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mrs.,
Lyle Dunsmoor, Mrs. A. M. John
son, Mrs. Gladys Weeder, Mrs.
Reed Rowland. Mrs. Matilda C.
Nadon. Mrs. Guy Yung. Mrs John
J. Bottle. Miss Odille Persons, Miss
Melissa Persons, Mrs. G. M. Flan
nery. Mrs. W. J. Brazeau, Mrs. H.
H. Bond. Mrs. Walter Wickert,
Mrs. Stanley Ostrander, Mrs. Jesse
George, Mrs. Cyril Nadon, Mrs. A.
J. Cleveland, Mrs. E. E. Burch,
Mrs. Helen Gragg, Mrs. Alice Da
vis, Miss Hester Gram, Mrs. Bessie
Watkins, Mrs. M. E. Reeves, Mrs.
L. C. Demarest, Mrs. Lloyd A. Lee,
Mrs. Beryl Porter, Mrs. B. A. Vic
tor, Mrs. Vic MacKenzie, Mrs. La
ban A. Steeves, Mrs. L. J. Christo
pher, Mrs. Minnie Jirak, Mrs. H.
R.. White, Mrss W. E. Vincent, Mrs.
Edgar E. Rowland, Mrs. James H.
Jennings, Mrs. Miles McKey, Mrs.
Mildred R. Bliven. Mrs. Ray E.
DeGuire, Mrs. Geo. V. Nader man,
Mrs. Clara Southwick, Mrs. Bolton
Hamble, Mrs. L. Helen Olson. Mrs.
Ruby McKinney, Mrs. Jennie C.
Bartlett, Mrs. Earl Paulsen, Mrs.
Elma Libby. Mrs. G. W. Nelson,
Mrs. H. D. Harper. Mrs. J. H. Bra
dy, Mrs. Nathalie Panek, Miss
Mary Hartwell, Mrs. Glen Seeley,
Mrs. Robert Budrow, Mrs. Charles
H. Elrey, Mrs. Duane Gibson, Miss
Ola Volkel, Mrs. Floyd Volkel.
Mrs. Morris Race, Mrs. Ima Whit
temore, Mrs. Agnes Barsness, Mrs.
F. W. Gibson, Mrs. Carl Booth,
Mrs. Frank N. Zinn. Mrs. H. E.
Johnson, Mrs. Leo G. Page, Mrs.
Daryl Proctor, Mrs. Harry Plant,
Mrs. Harold White, Mrs. Clifton
Mudd, Mrs. Frances Palmatier,
Mrs. Anna Carver, Mrs. Loma
Evans, Mrs. Ray Hawthorne, Mrs
Arthur Olson, Mrs. Ray Stlffler,
Mrs. Ray Abst, Mrs. H. A. Miller,
Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. Bland
Speer, Mrs. Wm. Doughty, Mrs.
Raymond Bassett, Mrs. Creigh
Long, Mrs. Harold Brown, Mrs. C.
V. Richardson, Mrs. Robert E.
Shade, Mrs. W. Spaulding, Mrs.
Constance Small, Mrs. Eleanor R.
Lamport, Mrs. D. R. Robs. Mrs.
Norma N. Terwilliger, Mrs. Ava P.
Bradford, Mrs. C. B. O'Neill, Miss
Etta Sutter, Miss Lovene E. Wil
liams, Mrs. Joseph Stevenin, Mrs.
Lucile Biever, Mrs. J. T. Brabec,
Mrs. A. H. Wilson, Mrs. P. E. Bar
nick, Mrs. Carl E. Hultenberg,
Miss Jola C. Melchior, Mrs. A. L.
Blampied, Mrs. Andy S. Bates,
Mrs. Lester I. Pearmine, Mrs. J.
Ed Savage, Mrs. H. Cohen, Mrs.
Clifford Brown. Mrs. SMcKinley
Kane, Mrs. Ruth Corbett, Mrs.
James R. Humphreys, Mrs. J. H.
Plant, Mrs. Russell Catlin, Mrs. G.
S. Erixson, Mrs. Grace Wolgamott,
Mrs. D. A. Dakin, Mrs. T. C. Irwin,
Mrs. Alma Bartlett, Miss Helen
Jones, Mrs. Winifred Jones, Mrs.
Marie Robertson. Mrs. P. D. Quis
senberry, Mrs. C. A. Downs, Mrs.
R. A. Meyer, Mrs. E. P. Thom,
Mrs. P. W. Byrd, Mrs. C. L. New
man, Mrs. Fred A." Williams, Mrs.
Elva Jepsen. Bessie E. Long, Mrs.
Kirby Arnold, Mrs. Faye Thomp
son. Mrs. M. T. Van Loanen. Mrs
a-Jr' Je!ler, Mfss May Cleveland.
S7rj -Clifford Parker, Miss Alice
M. Wood. Miss Dorothy White,
Mrs. Henrietta White, Mrs. Albert
T. Anderson, Mrs. 'Sophie C.
Spears, Mrs. Breyman Boise, Miss
Elizabeth;- Welborn. Miss Grace
Welborn, Miss Edith Welborn,
Mrs. Eugene Eckerlin. Miss Leona
Daun. Mrs. Carl Booth, Mrs. Arn
old Krueger, Mrs. Gail A. Hath
away, Mrs. Newell Williams, Mrs.
Grace Zosel. Mfs. Alfred Birch,
Mrs. Johns, Mrs. Lela R. Newmey
er, Mrs. S. G. Hinkle, Mrs. E. M.
Page, Mrs. Walter J. Kirk, Mrs.
Rita S. Fry, Mrs. Clara Reeves.
Mrs. C. Kenneth Bell, Mrs. Ruth
Boafwright. . Mrs. Ira O. Pilcher.
Mrs. Sig Bjornson. Mrs. R. L. Stan
ton, Mrs. Everett M. Price. Mrs.
Russell E. Hume. Mrs. Hester
Fleener, Mrs. Irene M. Pederson,
Mrs. R. D. Barton. Mrs. Ed R.
Viesko, Mrs. Mary Horton, Mrs.
Myrtle Sawyer, Mrs. Roy C, Page,
Mrs. Loran King, Mrs. Bertha
Simmons, Mrs. A. C Bishop. Mrs
M. D. R.chmond. Mrs. Paul Bur
ris, Mrs. L.-E. Roberta, Mrs. W.
Carlton Smith, Mrs. Fred Powell,
Mrs. Glen Prime, Mrs. I. W. Lewis,
Mrs. Frances Capell Mrs. , Karl
Hinges, Mrs. W. W. Looney Mrs.
Esther Delf f enback, Mrs. N. C Ka
foury, Mrs. George 5 Cherrington,
Mrs. R. D. Byrd. Mrs. J. H. Garn-
jobst, Mrs. Keith Powell. Mrs. EL
J- Bay lias, Mrs. Irvln Williamson,
Mrs." Harold Looney; Mrs. C. J.
Green, Mrs, George rlffith.
West Salem Community Club
The West Salem Community
club will meet tomorrow night at
the West Salem church. The bust
ness session will open at 7:30
c olock. with a program following
at 8 o'clock. A minstrel show
will be given by the Zena Com
Popcorn Parent Teachers
Sponsor Delightful Program
'The members of the Popcorn
Tarent Teachers' association met
on Friday night for a business
n eating and interesting program.
1 he program opened with a piano
solo by Martha Moberg. numbers
by the Harmony quartet the per
sonnel of which is John Moritz.
Dr. Barrick. Howard I?ath' and
Kiwin Linnon. Miss Dyer gave a
reading. J. P. Smart sang a solo,
alter which Miss Mills gave read
iiigs, Mrs. Earl Pearcy sang so
prano solos. The Highland Fling
was danced by Miss Dyer and Mist.
Mills. Hobson's black-face come
Mrs. B. E. Carrier and .
Mrs. Ora F. Mclntyre .
Entertain With Reception
A St. Patrick's season reception
on Tuesday evening was the de
lightful compliment planned by
Mrs. B. E. Carrier and Mrs. Ora
F. Mclntyre to honor Dr. and Mrs.
J. M. Canse of the Kimball School
of Theology and Mrs. Jennie Car
riermd Miss Lydia Jordan, Mrs.
Carrier's house guests from Pitts
burgh. The rooms were beautifully dec
prated with daffodils and sham
rocks and lighted green tapers.
Many clever get-acquainted
games, and other diversions, were
enjoyed throughout the evening.
At the refreshment hour Miss
Orma Mclntyre and Miss Thelma
Hatton assisted the hostess in
Those participating in the
pleasures of the evening were:
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Canse. Dr. and
Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney, Professor
and Mts. C. M. Keefer, Dr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Blatchford, Dr. and
Mrs. M. C. Findley, Professor and
Mrs. J. O. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Miles,
Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Boyer, Dr. J.
D McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Goltra. Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steeves.
Mrs. H. M Durkheimer, Mrs. Bell
of Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
De Long, Mr. and Mrs. A . A. Lee.
Mrs. Jessie Carrier and Miss Lydia
Jordan of Pennsylvania. Miss Mc
lntyre, Miss Hatton and the host
esses, Mrs. Ora F. Mclntyre and
Mrs. B. E. Carrier.
Mrs. W. H. Burghardt Will
Feature Modern Music
on Portland Program
Of interest in both society and
musical circles is the piano recital
and tea to be given at Miss Cat
lin's school Monday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. Mrs. William Burg
hardt of Salem, who returned
some time ago from extensive
study in Europe, will play an in
teresting program, and later tea
will be served. The affair is
planned as a benefit for the Fine
Arts building of the Univedsity of
Oregon. A general Invitation to
those interested Is extended.
This will be the first time that
Mrs. Burghardt will play a public
recital since her return from Eur
ope, and her many friend in both
Salem and Portland are looking
forward to her program. -Portland
President W. J. Kerr's
Daughter Will Succeed
Mr 8. X ant en
Mrs. Jeanette Boyer Xanten of
Portland, teacher of voice at the
O. A. C. Conservatory of Music,
has resigned her duties at the end
of the .term. She plans to accom
pany members ot the Glee and
Madrigal clubs on their tour of
southern and central Oregon, with
appearances in several cities in
The Mikado," and will then go
east to Springfield, 111., to Join Mr.
Xanten who has recently taken a
postlon there. Mrs. Xanten will
accompany the -MacDowell club of
Portland to Chicago in April. Mrs.
Lynette Kefr-McGinnis will fill
Mrs. Xanten's position at the col
lege temporarily during the spring
term. Corvallis Gazette-Times.
Camp Fire Girls Observe
Fifteenth Anniversary With
Grand Council Fire
A grand council fire composed
of the four Carapflre groups of Sa
lem was held at the First Presby
terian church Wednesday evening.
The council fire was in honor of
the Camp Fire Girls fifteenth
birthday. Genevieve Mulkey took
the rank of fire maker. The dif
ferent groups-told their plans for
observing tree year. One group
will hare an outdoor theater at
the home of their guardian. Two
of the groups will cooperate in
making a smaU park Several of
he parents of toe girl attended
me council nre.
Chemeketa Chapter Tea
. Many baskets of, daffodils dec
orated the home of Mr. and Mrs.
IT. G. Shipley at 14 West Wash
ington street last Monday evening
when Mrs. Shipley opened her
home to Chemeketa Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution for their annual scholarship
loan tea. ' - ;
? The hostesses of the afternoon
were most gracious in the lovely
costumes of three generations ago.
At the tea hour Mrs. Seymour
Jones and Mrs. Homer Gonlet pre
sided at the urns daring the first
hour. At the second hoar their
places were taken by Mrs. James
G. Heltzel and Mrs. Chester G.
Clark. Assisting In the serving
were Miss Ruth Rullfson and Mrs.
Lewis Griffith. -
Mrs. Taylor ot Salt Lake City,
MARCH 20, 1027
Utah was " an Interesting special
visitor of the afternoon. Her ac
count of the two chapters that
comprise all there are In the staf.e
was a revelation to the Salem
Auxiliary of Sons of
Veterans Will Meet
The members of the Auxiliary
to the Sons of Veterans will meet
t n Tuesday evening. March 22, at
the Woman's club house at 460
North Cottage street. The regu
lar business meeting will be held
at this time. Every member is
askd to Je In attendance.
Miss Grace Elizabeth Smith
's Elected President .
of Chapter AD
At an important meeting of
Chapter AB of the PRO Sister
hood held last week at the studio
of Miss Lena Belle Tartar. Miss
Cirace Elizabeth Smith was elect
ed president for the new year.
Miss Smith will succeed Miss May
Mrs. William E. Kirk will serve
as' vice president; Miss Grace Os
borne as recording secretary; Mrs.
Mildred Flagg as corresponding
recretary: Mrs. Wm. Fordyce Far
go, as treasurer; Mrs. May Bar
rett, as chaplain; and Mrs. W. D.
Smith as guard.
Miss Tartar was hostess at the
Green Gate room at the Spa dur
ing the refreshment hour.
Mrs. Walter J. Kirk is
Honored at Attractive
To honor the mother of little
Mary Janet Kirk, the attractive
little daughter who has come to
make her home with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter J. Kirk. Mrs. Ernest Thom
was hostess at a recent attractive
shower and 1 o'clock luncheon
followed with bridge. The lunch
eon was served at the Spa, with
covers arranged for: Mrs. Kirk
Mrs. T. nH. Galloway, Mrs. Daryl
Proctor, Mrs. J. W. Lilly. Mrs
Karl Becke, Mrs: Grant Day, Mrs.
Clifford Farmer, Mrs. Billy Poor
man, Mrs. Richard Meyers' Mts.
William Mott, Mrs. Carl Webb,
Mrs. L. C. Farmer. Mrs. E.' A
Pierce, Mrs. Ed Viesko, Mrs
Frank Myers, Mrs. Ronald . Jones,
Mrs. E. V. McMeachan and the
hostess. Mrs. Thom.
Mrs. Clifford Farmer won the
Little Mary Janet was seven
weeks old Friday.
Mrs. WA-B. Johnston
Entertains Willard Club
Mrs. W. B. Johnston was host
ess last week at a delightful meet
ing of the Willard club. St. Pat
rick's features were Introduced in
the decorations and in the refresh
ments. Mrs. J. C. Currie, 4 presi
dent of the Willard club, presided
during the afternoon. Mrs. David
Ramseyer read and discussed a pa
Mrs. Johtson, who formerly
lived In the Willard neighborhood,
was a member of the club for two
Dr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Darby
Entertain With Two Exceed
ingly Attractive Affairs
Two of the most attractive of
recent social affairs were given at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Wilson
H. Darby early in the month. A
eeven table bridge tea on one day
v..s no less enjoyable . than the
evening of five hundred which fol
lowed a few days later. St. Pat
rick's decorations were cleverly
used for both events.
Ouricg the afternoon of brMge
Miss Zoe Stockton won the high
score, with 'the second award go
ing to Mrs. F. G. Bowersox.
When five hundred was in play
Mrs. W. I, Needham and Dr. Fred
Ellis won the prizes.
Mrs. Walter L. Spaulding and
Mrs. F. G. Bowersox were assist
ants at the first affair and Mrs. W.
I. Needham and Mrs. O. L. Fisher
at the second.
Those participating in the pleas
ure of the two occasions were:
Mrs. George L. Arbuckle. Mrs. J.
IT. Nicholson, : Mrs. Merle Rose
crans, Mrs. C. B. McCullough, Mrs.
Elmer Daue. Mrs. F. G. Delano,
Mrs. Leon W. Gleason, 'Mrs.
George Vehrsr Mrs. Will Moore,
Airs. J. Rhea Luper, Mrs. V. XE.
Kuhn, Mrs. J. L. Stockton, Miss
Zoe Stockton, Mrs. W. I. Staloy,
Mrs. Erwin V. Smith. Mrs. W. P.
Iiabcock, Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs.
C. D. Purvine, Mrs. Elepba White,
Mrs. James Heltzel, Mrs. J. C.
Perry ,7 Mrs. Ralph Cooley, Mrs.
Frederick Hill Thompson, Mrs. C.
K. Spaulding, Mrs. J. E. Law,
Mrs. George M. King, Mrs. E W.
Anderson and Mrs. U. G. Shipley.
The guests for "S00" were Mr.
and Mrs. O. L. Fisher, Mr. and
Mrs. M. I. Needham, Mr. and Mrs.
U. Scott Page, Mr. and Mrs. Gey
O. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Utter,
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Ellis, Mr, and
Mr R .u. smith and Mr. and
Mrf A sfewert.
Adolynk Club WiU Honor .
Husbands on Tuesday
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Oral
Lemmon will be the scene of an
enjoyable meeting ot the members
of the Adolynk club and their hus
bands on Tuesday evening.
Story Telling Section ' V
The story telling section ot the
Salem Arts league will . meet on
Wednesday evening at the home of
Miss Louise Baker at 990 Oak
street. Bible stories will be fea
tured at this meeting. All mem
bers are requested to be present,
and any others interested are in
vited to attend.
Frinida Club Enjoys Dancing
Party at Derby HaU
The members of the Frinida
clnb enjoyed a St. Patrick's dance
or -Friday night In Derby hall. St.
Patrick's ncveiues were used in
tre hall and for the favor dances.
, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rankin were
In charge of the affair. Their aHl
sibtants were Mr. and Mrs. j. r
Finneran, Mr. and Mrs. i.. K. i
Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mc
Cracken of Dallas and Mr. ami
Mrs. Ned Strahorn.
Mrs. McCarthey Entertains
Maorus Study Club
The members of the Maorus
Study club were delightfully f-n-S
tertained at the home of Mrs.
b-res McCarthy on Friday after
fter a short business session
tie afternoon was sjx-nt as a so
Luncheon was served from :m
attractively arranged tal.le. A
beautiful basket of daffodils ti'l
nith n hn?e bow of ereen and
margined- with si'.amrotks fonnil
the center piece. Places wmi
marked with St. Patrick's day f i-
Those present were Mrs. Jos
ephine Butts, Mrs. Mayme Soop. i ,
Mrs. Rose Evans. Mrs. h.ieanor
Fox. Mrs. Hendricks. Mrs. Flor
ence. P.ugh, Mrs. Roee Oglesby.
Mrs. Dolote? McCarthy, Mrs. M'la
stanleton. Mrs. Margaret Smith
n Mrs. Cecil Windercth.
The next meeing of the Maorus
Study club will be held at the
home of Mrs. Eleanor Fox,
Portland Road, on Friday, March
(Additional Society First Section)
"Johnny Ring and Captain's
Sword." Film at First Congre
gational church, 7:80 o'clock.
American Legion Jand American
Legion Auxiliary meetings, fol
lowed with refreshments and
dancing. McCornack hall.
West Salem Community club.
West Salem church. Program at
8 o'clock. Business meeting at
Sons of Veterans Auxiliary.
Woman's club house. 460 N. Cot-t-ige
street. Business meeting.
Benefit bridge tea. Social Af
ternoon club of Chadwick chapter
of the Eastern Star. Masonic Tem
Story telling section of Salem
Arts' league. Miss Louise Baker,
J90 Oak street, hostess.
Valley View club. Mrs. Chester
Fisher, hostess. Orchard Heights
Salem- Woman's club.. Club
house. Tea meeting.
Innumerable Spanish Arch
ways Throughout. 15
Rooms and Balconies
The French Shop Is now traly
Worthy of its fame as "Salem's
Showplace of Fashion." The new
est of French models may now be
displayed In a unique Spanish set
ting, which reproduces the quaint
charm of the old world architec
ture. The new . Bhop represents a
dream long visioned now fulfilled.
M. Buffe Morrison has for con
siderable time had in view a shop
ot distinction one that .would be
far superior to the ordinary store
in exclusiveness of design and ap
pointments. Madam gradually
formulated the plans, herself,
from a variety of sources of ma
terial. The spacious lobby, first Im
presses one with its full length
mirrors and flattering lights, ori
ental rugs, paintings, tapestries
There are Innumerable Span
ish archways throughout the fif
teen rooms and balconies, all cur
tained In old blue velour with
heavy oriental fringe.
The wide oaken staircase leads
to the balconies including the mil
linery salon, private offices and
reception rooms of M. Buffe Mor
rison, stock ' rooms and the large
alteration , department.
The French fitting rooms are
most attractive little recesses with
full length mirrors and are each
developed In a different tone.,
The. French Shop sales force in
cluding limes. Kane. Johnson,
Llgon. FitzMaurW TtnaaollA A1
lord and Mile. Jones are a group
of carefully selected women of un
usual ability and training, who
NEW FRENCH SHOP
- . wuireat to saisi mo un
decided customer in selecting. -
The additional space has made
It possible to greatly increase the
size of all the stocks, thus afford
ing a wider opportunity for selec
tion. - ' . .... .
Frank E. Way. the superintend- .
ent of architectural construction,
and general detail, is to be most
highly complimented upon the 1
success of his work. T
Much of the credit for the
beauty of the walls is due to
Thomas D. La Duke, who has car
ried out the Italian stucco finish
throughout the Interior.
The high, general coloring and
all x the - decorative work was
achieved by the Dnnsmnlr Bros.,
artists In the line ot interior dec
orating. ' , ;
' .The electrical system, was most
expertly worked out by the Fleen
er Electric company. The fitting
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