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TILE OftEGON STASIIA, SAtM. OREGON
: i TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL' 26, 1027
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(lomrnorand Sirs. Patterson
'ill be Guests at
's ill Military Academy
f. Governor and tMra. Isaac Lee
Fatterson will be the honor guests
at the Hill Military acattemy Sat
urday night at the annual spring
hop with; which the officers, fac
ulty and cadets' of the academy
will entertain, according to the
Preceding the dance, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph A. Hill will entertain
Governor and Mrs. Patterson at
dinner, i .
The girls attending the dance
will wear: fancy costumes and the
racists wikl. be 'in uniform. Adju
tant General George "A. White and
Mrs White will motor from. Salem
to attend the party and will be
a tnong those to aessis in ? receiving-'
Mrs. Hug Returns T'
Mrs. George W. Hug and.Httle
daughter,; Anne Kathleen, relum
ed to, Salem last Friday. Mrs.
Hug's auats, the Misses Anne and
May Shogren, caine to Salem with
Mrs. Hug, returning to Portland
the same klay.
Son Is Born to Mr.
and Mrs. Charlton .
Many congratulations are. reach
ing Mr. and Mrs. E. C Charlton
who are the parents- of baby son
born on April 23 The little loy
weighed seven pounds,-11 ounces
at birth. Mrs.. Charlton, whose
hme is ajt 343 gouth 2.3rd street,
was Luelia Pattoff tef ore her inar-,,fia&-
Iter parents are Mr. and
Mrs. E. Cooke Palton."
Golden Wedding 'A nnivcrsary
h Celebrated tn Dallas
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Morrison of
Dallas celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary last week with
all their jfour children present.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison were 'mar
ried April 19. 1877,4 in Dunkirk,
Bedding and Window Box
Are bow ; ready, also fine Una
of shrubs ,nd perennials.
- C F. BUEITHAUPT
Telephone 880 ,. 013 State St.
Quicks (Reliable Sendee.
. H. EGNER
10 IS, Center Street
Phones 852 and 1S10-W
N. Y. They came to Salem in 1S88
and moved to Dallas In 1889,
where they have since resided.
Mr. Morrison built a number of
the first brick buildings in that
city. He followed the profession
of contractor and architect for
many years, j Mrs Morrison re
tired last spring'' after serving for
30 years as. teacher in the Dallas
The family held Its reunion and
dinner Sunday, April 17, at the
Morrison1 home. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, Mr.
and .Mrs , R. :Y. Morrison and
Helen and Eugene, of Dallas; Mrs.
Nancy "Fowler? and Mr. ana Mrs.
Al C. Good and'Oerald, of Oswego;
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Starr and Betty,
and Miss Edna Morrison of Port
land. Ralph Morrison. Mrs. Good,
Mrs. Starr and" Miss Morrison are
the children; i n
Miss Marine Jllyers -Celebrates
Anniversary With Luncheon
On the afternoon before Blos
som day Miss Maxine Myers, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
G. Myers, celebrated her birthday
anniversary with an exceedingly
delightful. 1 o'clock luncheon in
the Green Gate Room at The Spa.
Mrs. Myers, mother, of the honor
guest,' was the hostess".
The luncheon table was . very
church ot Oregon City. Sunday.
JMay 1st- 1 The Oregon City choir
will appear in. concert in Salem
at 4 p. m. The Salem choir will
sing in , Oregon City at 8 p.. m
The visiting choir will sing Dud
ley Buck's "Christ, : the v Victor."
The chair is under the direction
of Mrs. Mildred Anderson I Hult
The soloists are Mrs. J, WJ Lind.
soprano: Albert Roake, baritone
and S. H. Roake. tenor. There
are 25 voices in the choir.
. Following the, concert "refresh
ments will be served by the ladies
bf the church to, the. visiting and
local choirs. ' This exchange has
been arranged by Mr. Stover and
Rev. 'Howard P. Bozarth, pastor
of the . Congregational church of
Oregon City." V -. : - i
lovely with a low green bowl off cepted an Invitation to sing before
salmon pink:, sweet peas arranged
in frhe lighVof tail green tapers.
Covers were. placed' for Miss
Maxinet Myers, "the , honor guest.
Miss Frances Martin, Miss Gwen
dolyn Jarmah,sMiss Mildred Rob
erts, Miss Julia Creech. Miss Cyn
thia Delano, Miss Dorothy White,
Miss Isobel George, M las Gretcben
Thielsen, Miss Marjorie Webb,
Miss Lorraine Klnxer, Miss Ruth
ida Hoffnell, Miss Mildred Car
son, Misa Phillis Day, Miss Vir
ginia Holt; Miss Virginia Sisson,
Miss Elizabeth! Waters. Miss Ber
tha' Babcock, Miss Annabelle Haw
ley and " Miss ; Catherine Laugh
ridge. Woman's Alliance
Plans Rummage Sale
The Woman's Alliance of the
First Unitarian church is making
plans for a rummage sale. The
benefit" will be held at 245 N. High
street, in the store space adjoin
ing Margaret's Baby Shop.
Knight Memorial Church
Will Assist r ibtiObsirvance '
of" National -Musie?-Week r
The Knight 5 Memorial church
will give -emphasis to the observ
ance of "Better Music week" in an
exchange of concerts with the
choir of the First Congregational
Marion County WCTU ?
Will Convene : s
f The Marion county WCTU will
meet on Wednesday at the YMCA
"building." ; The morning will be
devoted to business affairs and the
afternoon to discussions of such
topics as "Truth, and Citizenship,"
1'Moving Pictu res,", and "The Bi
ble in the Public Schools." ,
I In the evening, not at the local
YMCA, but at the WCTU hall on
Ferry street, W. J. Herwlg will
speak on "Narcotics."
Miss Power Spends
Week-End in Corvallis
Miss Florence Power spent the
week-end in' Corvallis as the guest
of Miss Mary Cupper at the Alpha
Chi Omega sbrority. Miss Power
is the daughter of Mrs. Frank W.
Mrs. Rahn Will
Sing in Portland
Mrs. Arthur J. Rahn has ac-
the Cadman club of Portland at
an interesting meeting of the group
Mr. and Mrs. McElroy
Entertain With Theater Party
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley G. McElroy
entertained a group of their
friends with a theater party on
Saturday night at the Elsinore.
Following the line party the guests
met at the McElroy home on Cen
ter street for an evening of cards,
followed by delicious refresh
ments. The guests of the evening in
cluded Miss Lenore Meade, Miss
Marie Brunk, Miss Elaine Chapin,
Rex Hartley, Arthur Hartley, Al
vin Meade Jr., and the hosts, Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley G. McElroy. -
U. D. Club Will Meet
Today for Luncheon at
Green Gate Tea Room
Mrs. Harry Weis, Mrs. Stephen
Breitenstein and Mrs. James
Heenan will entertain members of
the U. D. club with a 1 o'clock
luncheon today in the Green Gate
tea room at The Spa.
The meeting of ; the club last
week was held at the home of Mrs.
E. A. Pruitt when, on Friday, Mrs.
Pruitt, Mrs. T. M. Barr. Mrs. J. B.
Nathman and Mrs. T. D. McClain
' '.: : : 'oday
XT. D. club luncheon :Greei
uaie room at xne spa. r :
Card party. .Eastern Star vAf
ternoon club. Masonic Temple, - 2
o clock. ; . - .:
Royal Neighbors' f Sewlng; soci
ety. Mrs. Anna Simmons,' 144
Wilson street, hostess.
Springtime te JLadies ot the
Knight Memorial churcn. -
Auxiliary to the Sons of Veter
ans." Annual division benefit gath
ering. Woman's club house.
Better Homes week obsery ance
under auspices of Salem Woman's
club. Open house at 1339 Center
street, and at 1820 Fairmonnt ave
nue, 2 to 5 in afternoon; 7 to 9 Jn
Count-On-Me class of the First
Baptist church. Mrs. Harry Ralph,
434 Union street, hostess, at 2
Jason Lee Ladies' General Aid
society. Church parlors,' 2:30
o'clock. , '
Marlon county WCTU conven
tion. YMCA building (morning
and afternoon) and WCTU hall
Jessamine Chapman Williams,
food authority, at Woman's club
house, 461 N. Cottage street. Pub
lic Invited, 2:30 o'clock.
District convention of Woman's
Home Missionary society of Meth
odist Episcopal church. Leslie M.
E. church, 10 a. m.
Town and Gown club. Lausanne
Hall, 2:30 o'clock.
Rummage sale. Auspices of
Rummaee sale. Woman's al
liance of Unitarian church, at 246
N. High street.
County federation meeting of
Woman's clubs. Woodburn.
Rummage sale. Auspices of
Rummage sale. Woman's alli
ance, at 246 N. High street.
eludes Pearl Pratt, Ola Miller
Alice Price, Ella Hathaway, Lnta
Eastridge, Elizabeth Shafer. Gold
en Brown, Amanda Gueffroy, Re
men :GloveTi Lorena Burnett. . Val
tMesch., Rosa Woodry and Maude
Royal Neighbors 1
S&icina Society 1
The Royal Neighbors' Sawing
society wlll meet today for an all-
day, meeting at the, home of Mrs
Anna Sfmmons, 144 Wilson: street
A pot-luck luncheon will be served
Count-On-Me Class to Meet
The Count-On-Me class, of the
First Baptist church will meet at
2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Harry Ralph at
434 Union street.
Jason Lee General
Aid Will Meet
x ne general am society or tne
Jason Lee Methodist church will
meet' at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday
in the "church parlors. -
The ripe wheat stands so tall and
fraught, v '
The very sun its aumi
At knows 'h muit be1 extra fine
Tfu-Blu Graham Crackers arc
V rich in healthtgtvihgt vitaniincs;
cral saltSjin blood-purifying -bran;
Honey -sweetened for good measure.
dtMany have regained; health; strength J
arid vigor by the addition of Tru-Blu
Grahams and milk to the diet. Espect- "
?.z : ally good for growing boys and glrls.;.
Ask foe the Blue and Gold FAMILY Package
".-' Many Thrifty Mothers Buy Tru-BIu Grahams in Wood Boxen
.f" - -m.m.-m.
were hostesses at . a five-table
Primroses, spirea, narcissi and
tulips decorated the rooms.
A group of special guests for the
afternoon Included Mrs. A. E.
Huckestein, Mrs. Guy O. Smith,
Mrs. Herbert L. Stiff. Mrs. George
R. Barbray of Independence, Mrs.
S. J. Gentskow, Miss Rosalia Bach,
Mrs. F. A. Albrich, Mrs. U. Scott
Page, Mrs. M. J. Petzel and Mrs.
The club members present were
Mrs. E. H. Burrell, Mrs. Stephen
Breitenstein. Mrs. E. Eckerlin Sr.,
Mrs. James Heenan, Mrs. Frank
Jaskoski. Mrs. !C. D. Thomas, Mrs.
Harry Weis and the hostesses, Mrs.
Pruitt, Mrs. Barr, Mrs. McClain
and Mrs. Nathman.
Mrs. Weis won the club prize of
the afternoon, while the guest
award went to Mrs. Page.
Mrs. Davenport Will
Speak at Meeting of
Toivn and Gown Club -
Mrs. Lee Davenport of Portland,
vho has recently returned from
a most Interesting trip to Old Mex
ico, will be the speaker of the af
ternoon when the Town and Gown
club meets on Thursday afternoon
at Lausanne Hall.
The hostesses will be Mrs. A. N.
Moores, Mrs. A. A. Lee and Mrs.
J. O. HalL
Eastern Star Afternoon t
Club Plans Card Party
Every Eastern Star member in
Salem Is invited to attend the
card party which the Afternoon
club of Chadwick chapter will
Eponsor as the feature of the reg
ular meeting at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon in the Masonic Temple.
The committee in charge in-
Delegates to County
Convention Are Named at
Meeting of Woman's Club
An important meeting ol tne
Salem Woman's club was held on
Saturday afternoon at the Wom
an's club house, with Mrs.! C. S.
Hamilton, the president, presiding
The chief business of the day
was the election of delegates to
the county convention which will
be held in Woodburn next Friday.
Those chosen were Mrs. Hamilton,
the president, Mrs. Alice H. Dodd,
Mrs. A. L. Wallace. Mrs. Seymour
Jones and Mrs. W. ft Fargo.
Interesting; announcements were
made concerning Better Homes
week which is being extensively
observed in Salem at this time.
Plans were made for a large tea
later in the spring, with bridge
as the diversion. The proceeds
will go toward the Dohrnbecker
The. group was pleased toJiear
that Blanche Reese and Lois; Bird
well won first and second places,
respectively, in the competition in
which papers on architecture wera
written. Miss Mattie Beatty re
ported the winners. The first prize
was $3 in cash and the second,
The speaker or the arternoon
was Mrs. Anna Leo Wells of Hills
boro, who spoke on "Our School."
It is her opinion that women
should be represented on the board
of a city school system.
Pupils of Joy. Turner Moses
gave the special music of the af
ternoon. Feine Tweedie Daven
port played a piano solo, 'fPara
phrase of Concert," "My Old Ken
tucky Home," and a group of three
violinists, Margaret Eddy.j Mar
jcrie Wunder and Glenna jHiltl
brand, with Joy Turner Moses at
the piano, played "The Dancing
The April tea was an enjoyable
event of the afternoon. Mrsi Chas.
K. Robertson and Mrs. H.s J. Clem-1
ents presided at the urns.
Interesting Survey of
Jazz Is Given
Bach Is called the "father of
Jazz" Ty Frederick Miller, the
British basso, in an article pub
lished by the American Monthly.
"Back of jazz is a long line of
ancestors, beginning with the folk
songs of primitive peoples," says
Mr. Miller. "Sebastian Bach is the
most outstanding of the old mas
ters who- in their lighter moods
turned to jazz expressions, ; He,
consistently used the syncopated
methods of the modern writer.
Students readily recognize these
movements in a great deal of his
work, and even to the novice it
should be apparent in such pieces
as the prelude to his St. Anne's
Fugue, certain passages of which
are carried away with syncopation.
"Old Father Bach must have
taea in a hilarious mood much of
his time, for so often, the essen
tial Jazz spirit creeps out, with
its lilting, swaying, derlkjaay
care abandon, y-i r-W" '
- "Nor was Bach alone in his em
ployment of syncopation. In the
duet between Adam and Eve ' in
Haydn's Creation is an excellent
example. Give it into the hands
of one of our modern composers
with instructions to dress.lt hp for
the saxophone, traps and trom
bone, and a perfect pieee of flam
boyant jazz Will result.
"Beethoven's Sonata in A-flat
with variations contains another
convincing specimen of the earlier
writing of 'essential jazz. The
third variation of the first part
has the. very swing and beat which
has been attributed exclusively to
this modern version of music.
"There- are thousands, of ex
amples of works in which the old
composers turned to syncopation
when in facetious humor. Adapt
any of them to the modern jazz
orchestra and few could differen
tiate Its form from the latest syn
copated hit on Broadway.
'All .this came about through
a deliberate transition. From the
primitive to the classic was a tedi
ous development, and there were
many faltering steps upon the road
from the folk song to the Wagner
ian opera and the Beethoven son
ata. Through ' all these upward
steps, the essential jazz movement
made itself felt and was written
into the music of the world.
"In the jazz craze of the pres
ent day, America Is gotdg through
similar- transition. The same
trend is apparent, upward from
the old y folk song to the highest
in musc. and through the jazz era
we shall come to something un
questionably .American in music.
"The effect of the present stage
wilt' be felt' not -only by the com
posers, but by every. American
who has a soul for music. For
afcz in, any form is disturbing. It
stirs the emotions, sets soaie
rhythm going within, so that a
craving is the one logical result.
Inv time the individual becomes fed
up on the flamboyant jazz, and
once surfeited he can be satisSed
only by something of a more ex
alted tone. Jazz is an intermedi
ary movement toward higher or
ders of music."
Salem Public Is Invited to
Inspect Model Homes
Ml 1 A . r m
ints Afternoon ana evening
Two attractive Salem homes.
one at 1339 Center street, and the
other at 1820 Fairmount avenue
will he open from 2 to 5 o'clock
this afternoon and from 7 to 9
o'clockithis evening to every man
and woman of Salem. Both homes
are appropriately furnished and
The Salem Woman's club, of
which Mrs. C. S. Hamilton is pres
ident, is sponsoring the observance
of. Better Homes week in Salem
this year. 1ie - direst group in
charge is the , Better Homes de
partment of which Mrs. Walter
Pennington is the chairman. In
the group are Mrs. F. G. Bower
sox. Mrs. I. M. Doughton, Mrs.
Theo Barr, Mrs. Harley White,
Mrs. Frank Power, Mrs. C. . J.
Healy, Mrs. F. Jaskoski, Mrs.
Frank Myers, Mrs. Curtis Cross,
Mrs. Roy Mills, Mrs. Edwin Hoff
nell, Mrs. John E. Brophy, Mrs.
- Aoimi veiroajpy Sale
All This Week
Oyer One Hundred Seasonable,
Salem's Leading Department Store
(Continued on pr S.)
At AH Times
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Assures you of real values for '
- your money, at
'Wilson's Fashion Shop.'
By not holding sales you are assured of the lowest
possible prices every day of the year
$19 and $24
$16 to $29
$29 to $44
Irene La Zellc'
$59 and up
Coats for Sport and Dress $19.00 to $74.00
Wilson's Fashion Shop
Style and Quality Without Extravagance
Next Door East
Oregon Theatre 1-
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Caiead.T? new extra . fare deluxe flyer via
Cascade line. Faster time to San Francisco; a
smart, luxuriously-appointed train. Leaves
Salem at 11:47 p. m. arriving San Francisco
95 p-m. next day.
West Coastsalso over rJew Cascade Line'
Direct via Sacramento tq Los Angeles. Leaves
Salem at c58 rx m. arriving Los Angeles &30
a. nil, second day. Through Pullman without
change to San Francisco arrives there &3 5 pum.
SfcastacontiiwurM Sltlciyoa. line to "Si Trmtt"
' dtcoti Leaves Salem at 10.13 a. taarrhring Saa Frandaco
1 1:50 a.ro next day. Carrie day coach and handle boa
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On jh1i mm, via SUkiyoa lin. Leave Salem 5:13 ajn.
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