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VTE OREGON STATESMAN; SALET, OREGON. SUNDAY MORNING. KOYEHBER S3. IE2T
(Continued from page 15.)
fcy members of toe orgaalzatlon1
Jwltli;a one o'clock luncneon
Thursday afternoon at the tome
of ?lr. A. T. "Wain on the Jeffer
son f Hfghway.
The six charter members still
active In the work of .the club are
Mrs. Dan J. Fry. Sr. Mrs. ,Fred
forming the drill hall into 4 mag
nificent ball ; room.' Frags, bunt
ing, palms and '. flowers will be
used in decorating. '
The reception will, be followed
by dancing. The guest group will
include all officers "of the Oregon
National Guard, state and city of
ficlals, .many ; officers of the reg
ular -serried if and . reserve corps,
and prominent ; men i". and women
from Salem, Portland, and. ad-
Steualoff . Mrs. A. T. Wain." Mr. jilnine owni. .
W. S. Mott, Mrs. A. L. Brown.
andllrs. Ida Babcock. Mrs. Brown
the first president of the or-
Other members of the club are
Mrs. S. S. East. Mrs. J. B. Craig,
Mjrs. C. M. Eppley, M re. Kittle
Graver, Mrs. Walter Buchner,
nd Mrs. George Dunsford
Additional , guests at the anni
versary luncheon, were Mrs.. Ida
napp. of Davenport. Washing
ton; Mrs. Martha L. Crouse, Mrs.
Nell Holmes. Mrs. James Lewis,
Mrs. C. E. Cashatt, Mrs. Frank
C. Myers, Mrs.: R. E. Downing,
and Mrs. A. F. Husaey
I . .. The luncheon table was lovely
V ' with a bowl of yellow and gold
chrysanthemums. Baskets of chrys
anthemums dso decorated the liv
. ' In the afternoon, Mrs. Fry gave
f a number of very Interesting. des
criptions of the gardens In the
vsriaus countries which she and
Mr Fry visited while touring the
South Salem Birthday Club
Entertained With Dinner
Members of the. South Salem
" The arrangements ; were I n
charge of Captain and Mrs. Clift
on M. Irwin, Captain and Mrs.
Paul F. Burr is, and Captain and
Mrs Jollus H. Garnjobst.
Art Exhibit mil Be Dis
played at Parrish Junior .
: The "following announcement
has been received from Miss Ele
anor Barth. ja student at . Parrlsh
Junior High School
An art , exhibit, sponsored by the
Colonial Art Company- of ' Okla
homa will be on display at : Par
rish Junior High School on .De
cember fifth and sixth. The col
lection of prints, all reproduc
tions of the world's great master
pieces, have: been loaned for the
'purpose of; raising money with
which to purchase pictures for the
school. The I admittance fee . will
be twenty-five - cents for - adults,
and ten cents for school children.
The company is known through
out the United States for the ex
cellent exhibits which It puts on.
It will be well worth everyone's
time to come. A splendid pro
gram will be given in the evening!
in addition to the art exhibit. In
Birthday Club entertained thelr,cludd ,n the program which" wUI
hnsbands Friday evening with -! o cioca win he pic
dinner party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Cervinka, 2327
South Commercial Street.
The Thanksgiving motif ", was
-carried out In the dining room
and on the dining . table, covers
being placed f oc Mr. and ' Mrs.
Walter Blrdwell, Mr. -and Mrs.
Elmer Mauk. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Ilellly, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas La
Duke ,Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ryder,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Cervinka, and Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Tomlinson. Mrs.
John Wrath was a special guest.
.Formal Reception and MUiA
tary BallWiUBe Given Next
The outstanding social event of!
the week will be the formal recep
tion and military ball which will
be given la- honor of. Governor
and Mrs. Isaac Lee Patterson and
General and , Mrs. JQeorge A.
White by the officers and ladies
' of the Salem unit of the Oregon
National Guard. The affair. will be
held at nine o'clock Saturday ev
ening, November Jeth, In the ar
mory.- - :
The ; armory has. recently nn
.tvgone extensive alterations and
operators are bow at work trans!
ture , posing 1 with musical accom
paniment., 1 ' r
An exhibit will be held in the
afternoon from four until fire
o'clock for- those who are unable
to attend in1 the evening.
Meeting of South Circle of
First Christian Church 7
Mrs. C. N. Ruggles and Mrs. M
Viesco entertained the south cir
cle of . the First Christian Church
Wednesday afternoon In the Vies-
r Following the : short - business
session ' the afternoon was spent
sewing for the County Health
Refreshments were served at
the tea hour
Those present were Mrs. D. A.
White. Mrs. Clifford Elgin, Mrs.
Kstell Gabbert. Mrs. 8. A. Phil-
pott, Mrs. W. A. penney. Rev. and
Mrs. W. D. Howe, Mrs. Nettle
SUnton, Mrs. Walter r Blrdwell,
Mrs. Grltton. Mrs. Henry. Hob-
son, Mrs. Birch, Mrs.' Re Illy, Mrs.
Mrs. Gertrude KIrkpatrick. ' Mrs.
J. N. Crawford. Mr, i Walker,
Schleisner, 'Mrs. Ed , Jory, Mrs.
Charles Moore,-- Mrs. Maestretti,
Mrs. Noth. Mrs.1 Elsie Hensley,
Mrs. J. P. i Blankenship, Mrs. B.
W. Walcher. Mrs. SmithL Mrs.
Mauk, Mra. Bert Maey, Mrs. Earl
Wood, and the - hostesses, Mrs.
Ruggles and Mrs. Ylesco.
Interesting Piano Recital ,
Gxvtn by Mr, and Mrs.
Churchill . i :,, .
A groupof the piano pnplls of
Mrand Mrs. Frank E. Churchill
were presented in recital -Wednes
day evening, November 16. in the
concert hall of the Nelson build
ing. '::f ' --'XJ".i: rv- J.
Aaslstlng artlsU were Miss Ar
butus Rudie, voice pupil of Mias
Minnetta Magers;' and MlsrZditb
Clement, reader, pupil of : Mlaa
Carol Dibble. . ; .
. The program was as follows:
"ShooUng Stars" . . . . Ai . Hoist
Le Verne Homeyer, Thresa Ulrich
"Lingering Shadows" Krohn
. Wilda FleenerM I,
"Grand Valse de Concert!
... .... Englem&n
; ;Faye Hllbom ft y;tt 'i
"Bon Jour Suzon". . ... I , . : .
. . . . Alfred de Musset
A" lover returns from I a long
Toyage - and alternately pleads
; with, his sweetheart for her love
- and -pretends Indifference. ; i "
"The Old Refrain". Frit Kreialer
"My Love Is a Muleteer"! .V. . ii
....... . .Francisco ' Rogers!
". Arbutus Rudle j I-"'-'.- rsi
"Sequldilla" .... .. . Bohm
' Lorena Shook . .
"By the Brookside . . 4 f .Touxs
" - - Leatha Maddlson! -"Valse"
............. Li. " Lack
V;:-;' v Theresa; Ulrich , f-.r. kl
"Woodland Echoes" . . .f .1 Wyman
-,Lorena ; Shook, Nadlne . Mc Wain
"Coquetuela" ..... Larregle,
Zelma Lathy; t ;
"Jinrmaring Zephyr' : ; 4 Jensen
Frances Lawr t
"Gipsy Love Song Transerls- it
tlon ............ . ;.!.! Herbert
Loraine Hogg ? ; -"Her
First CTub-Meeting , . .
............ Walter Ben Hare
' Edith Clement
"Notturno . Grieg
"Valse" ............. J Levitxky
y: Lois Plummer
"Valse In E" Mosxowski
"Fantasie .......... i i Braham
Olive Shurts, Pearl Osterman ;
"Harvest Home" Tea at Old
People's Home Well Attended
. One-hundred and fifty friends
attended the "Harvest Home" tea
which-was given from 3:30 to 6
o'clock Friday afternoon at the
fld People s Home l ori Center
street.""- - -r;'..''-'-'f-'.;f.'
The affair was sponsored by this
woman s - Home uissionary - so
ciety of the First Methodist church
of which Mrs. George HiAlden is
president.! The first church ladies
were assisted by- members of the
Home society from Leslie Memor
ial church and Jason i Lee Meth
odist church. ' Mrs. Mason Bishop
Is president of the Leslie W. H.
VL S. and Mrs. P. J. Voth of the
Jason Lee Home society.
Three tables were arranged In
the dining room. . Mrs. John Mar
tin Canse and Mrs. Fred C. . Tay
lor presided during the first hour
at the first church table. Thev
were succeeded at the second hour
by Mrs. F. W. Selee and Mrs. B.
. At the Leslie table, Mrs, A. S.
Johnson, presided at the urns. For
the first hour and Mrs. A. C. Born-
steadt and Mrs. Mason Bishop dar
ing the second hour
Mrs.. Mary Mohr and Mrs. A. L.
Dark presided at the Jason Lee
tea table. '
. Assisting In the t dining room
; were Mrs. Almira B. Hale, chair
man of the tea committee. Mrs.
J. W. Phenlde, Mrs. B. L. Steeves,
Mrs. N. S. Savage, Mrs. John Mar
tin , Canse, Mrs.;, George H.; Al
den, Mrs. Arietta M. Page, Mrs. '
Charles J. y Leslie, Mrs. A. A.
UnderhOI, Mrs. - A. B. Hansen,
Mrs. J. B. Baker. Mrs. C. F. Wil
son, Mrs. H. F, Durkhelmer. Mrs.
W. C. Young, and Mrs. Hiff.
In the receiving line were Mrs.
F. W. Selee. Mrs. J. H. Baker,
Mrs. P. J. Kuntz. Mrs. R. L.
Steeves. Mrs. E. J; Swarf ord, Mrs.
Henry H. Vandevort,' Mrs. Ben
jamin Blatchford. Mrs. B. E. Car
rier. Mrs. C. M. Roberts, Mrs. A.
C. Bornstedt, Mrs. W. T. Rigdon,
Mrs. Day, Mrs. A. C. Clark, Mrs.
A. A. Underhill, Mrs. E. E. Gil
bert, all members of the board of
the Old People' Home.
The afternoon's program' con
sisted of vocal numbers .given by
Mrs. Charles Maxwell and also by
a trio from the Homeland read
ings given by 'Miss Mary MeKee of
Very generous contributions of
fruit, vegetables, and Jellies were
brought to the home.
Friday Bridge Club Enter
tained at FuUerton Home
Members of the Friday Bridge
club were guests at the lovely one
o'clock luncheon for which.: Mm.
P. E. Fullerton - waa hostess Fri
Orange tapers and a low bowl
of varlgated French marigolds
centered the luncheon tahle. At
tractive orange favors marked cov
ers for Mrs. O. L. Fisher, Mrs. W.
I. .Needham, and Mrs. Fullerton's
mother, Mrs. Charles Burnett, spe
cial guests, and the following club
members: Mrs. Erie Butler, Mrs
Fred Delano. Mrs. Leon Gleason,
Mrs. E. A. Kurtz. Mrs. O. A. Ol
son." Mrs. U. Scott, Page; Mrs. W.
M. Pennington. Mrs. Clair Vlbbert,
Mrs. Harley White, and the hos
tess. Mrs. Fullerton
f Three tables of bridge were In
plav in the aftersnon.
The elab Will be entertained in
a fortnight at he borne of Mrs.
Leon " Gleason, 32S South Four
Mrs. Harley White won high
score prize, . .
Mr. and Mrs. Siewert Hosts
at Card Party
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Siewert
were hcuts at an attractive "500
party Thursday evening in their
home at 88 J North. WJater street.
Mrs. carle Abrass won high
score erize for the arealnjr's play,
Mr. Guy 0. Smith, received second
prise and Mrs. Erie Butler, third.
In the group were Mr. nd Mrs.
Carle Abrama,.Mr. and lira. Guy
O. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pea-
nlngton, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Butler,
Dr. and Mrs. J. R, Pemberton, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Van Slyke, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. MJnler. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Strickllnf Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Hicks. Dean and Mm. Roy
R.- HewlU. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Bretz. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Foley,
Mr. and Mrs James G. Heltzel. and
the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert A. Slewert-iT-: xy krMr
Mrs. Guy O. Smith. Mrs. W. M.
Pennington. . and -Mrs. Roy " R.
Hewltt assisted the hostess in serv
ing late in. the evening, i r ;
Dr. and Mrs. Blatchford
Guests in Scappoose
- Dr. end Mr. Benjamin Blatch
ford have been guests for .several
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs
C. DeCram in Scappoose. They
will return, to Salem this evening.
Mrs. T. A. ZAvesley Hostess
at Second Delightful Affair
One of the loveliest affairs of
the past week was the bridge tea
for which Mrs. Thomas A. Lives-
ley was hostess Thursday after
noon in her home on - Lincoln
Six tables of bridge were in
play in the afterpoon
The guest group included:
Mrs. Frank Spearsr' Mrs. Russell
Catlln. Mrs. E. C. Cross, Mrs. W.
E. Burns, Mrs. Phil , Newmyer,
Mrs. Donald Young, Mrs. R. M.
iHofer. Mrs. AUaa J, Carsoa, lira.
B. a Schacklnjr, Mrs 4 Paul, H
Wallice, Mrs. TVUllanT Wtofl,
Mrs. Jlollis Huntington, . 21rs.
George Waters, Mrs Ji, lh Olla
gif. tlrs. Edwin L, Bakef, MrS.
Curtis B. Cross. MrS Ercel Kay.
Mrs. Breyman Boise, Mrs. Orris
Fry, Mrs. Paul Hendricks, Mrs.
W; Connell Dyer, Mrs: Frank Dur-
bin Jr., Mrs. Prince W: Byrd,
(Continued, on page 18.)
46a State Street
SC3 Alder St. s
rhone Beacon 7013
' A Women's Storo'
is.more pleasing: Which requires
the most work v-
- It it yet time to select dainty materials and make them up
for Xmas gifts. . This Holiday season we have an -v unusually
large selection, of suitable fabrics for gifts, marked at a price
I within the reach of the slenderest purse.
Many Salem people'
.V malting the
When la Portland
A pleasant place
to Uve, in beauti
ful surroundings. -
An unusually good ,
dining room serv- '
' ice and food.
. Acce&si&ility to
and. garages. -
Eleventh and Main Sis.
E. JEAN CAMPBELL
Owner and Manager
3C inch fancy check vesting, in Maise, Orchid,:
white, Fink, Rose and 1 lesh. :
- 98c a yard
RAYON TUBING -64
inch tubing, suitable for bloomers, slips or
combinations. In all the pastel shades.
$1.79 a yard
.. . ' , SATIN
40 inch rayon satin, does not cling. Most ideal
fabric for slips. Very specially priced.
$1.00 a yard
TABBIS , -
36 inch Washable Tabbis. A new fabric, special
ly adapted for dresses and lingerie wear. Forty
one pastel and dark shades from which to choose.
$1.49 a yard
86 inch check and fancy Nainsook, sheer and at
tractive. Orchid, Flesh Pink, Nile, Maise and
45c a yard
40 inch all silk Crepe de chine, heavy weight for
evening and afternoon dresses and dainty undies."
Fifty-two leading shades. All washable. -
. 1 ........
W ' 'H -i HARTMAN BROS.. COMPANYi
ifJ . m:- ' SIXTH ANNUAL' . . :
W FisaFir sharing: event w.
5 )g x
STARTING TUESDAY, NO VEMBER I5th 9:30 A. M.
Giftsof Fashion Jewelery, Leather Goods, Gla ssware, Silverware, Pen,and PencitSets, Toilet Sets, gladly laid aside for Christmas.
Many years hare passed since toe purchased , the jervelry store n Salem from the
John G. Barr Estate, but those many years have brought us a great deal of pleasure along
- With the usual difficulties experienced with every i merchandising- business. However,
mir greatest pUasitre is now, when we realize how the" city has grotcn to it's 26,000 people
and the many frienfo we have made in the communities around Salem reaching many mues .
' away how our store through earnest efforts and honest dealings has grown right along :
"with the city and surrounding community. Like a corporation declaring a dividend we
can now declare a profit sharing event for the benefit of those who' have made it possi
ble for us to prosper. -
. Christmas time is the time to be thankful and we know no better time to give our.
patrons this profit-sharing event than right iioio when they can save considerable outlay
on their Christmas gift buying -We are starting on the above date, perhaps two weeks ear
lier to have you take advantage of early purchases in less crowded shopping conditions
and a wider selection of merchandise. '
-4! i'. ''!'
The Diamond Store of Salem Diamonds
the Perfect Gift.
Our Christmas Diamond,
special ring. Reg. $50.00.
Blue White Diamond, daint- CKQ Krt
Uy carved. Reg.l $75.00 ePUe7eUU,
Our Perfect The Queen.
Reg. $100.00 1
2 snappy brilliant Diamondsset In laey,
artistic mountings; :. 'QtAt PC A
Reg. $30.00 : p'iJLeUU
A Diamond ring she wiU be proud to own,
10 percent Iridio Plati- J i Q K f (
Mum. Reg. $150l00J tDXOUeUU
Genuine Orange Blossom Mountings. "Oth
er Diamond Rings from $10.00 up. AU
first quality Diamonds. ; -
Fashion's newest Ideas, in Ladies, and .
V Gents' Wrist and Pocket Watches. ,
A lovely Wrist Watchrthe famous Hall
mark. $15.00 and $16.00 C1 "f I
values.' Special fPXXertfJ
Give her an exquisite Benrus full jeweled
movement,; attractive dial, rectangular
white cased engraved (50Q PCA
watch. Reg. $35.00 O O U
Give him a smart strap watclu Q
Our big special atit.,, , . r tP V Q O ,
The famous Gruen watches, full jeweled, ;
double re-enforced eases, 14-k : gold, all
shapes, $20.50, $25.50 ; J jQ .
'4 .. ; Truly Profit Sharing. V ;
: Also 'Elgin, Waltham; Hamilton Watches.'
Here you will find just the waieh you
wanted. ? - V- , . .;,.
Welcome Gifts in Silverware ':; and Toilet
. Sets. High quality goods. No gifts like
one that appeals to milady. "
25 year quality, 26-pIece set Jcnives, forks; :
II. II. Stainless Blades T1 Q OK
i IS. Stainless Blades at P AO mOO "
5,0 -year quality Rogers, H;: II. Stainless,
26-piece set knives and forks, teas and ta-
egO.OO I L $24e05 -
3-piece Toilet Sets, fancy "green pearl,
comb, brush and mirror in ;()0 tZ A
.case. . Reg. $32J0.
3-piecp Toilet Set, fancy
pink pearl Reg. $21.00.
Tea and Coff ee Sets, Vegetable Wishes, '
Gravy Boats, Sandwich Plates, etc., aU in
SheffieldLess 25 per cent.- In large va
riety and new designs. ' .- . .
Your home is one of the family and a
clock is a gift worth while. In chime, 2
tone chimes, mahogany and oak, in mantle
and boudoir. A large variety.
Quarter hour chime clocks.
Reg. $50.00 ' , ,
Two- tone Ding Dong clocks Q t K
Reg. $18.50 tPXOeOO
Small clocks for desk or table. Q pr
Reg. $5.00 . -'- , . tpO iU O
Grandmother and Grandfather hall Cr
apartment house clocks. OOD fi A ft
Ranging from $8.50 to tPUUeUi
A Saving of 23 Per Cent.
The Jewelery you buy is exactly as good
as the store where you buy it. You must
depend on your jewelers reputation. We
want you to learn to depend on ours.
HARTMAN BR OS.
. Quality. Jeweler, and Diaincnd IlcrchanU .
r - n-vk .
"01T THE CORNER"
STATE AT 1 LIBERTY
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