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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1927)
(Continued from page 17.)
Mrs. Clifton Irwin, Mr. Richard
Slater, Mr. Cos Ilixson, Mrs.
Hertford, Mrsv Keith Powell of
. Woodburn, and Mrs. John Cran
Uall Watson of Portland.
High score honors were won by
Mrs. Qua Hlxson. Mrs. Frank Dut--iln,
Jr.. won the second prise. -
. . '. The tea table was most attrac
t ire with a centerpiece of cotton-
caster. lire thorn. vividly colored
quince foliage, and scarlet, tapers J
Mrs. Russell Catlln presided at
'he urns. Mrs.' Frank Durbin.'Jr.,
.Irs. Bert Ford, and Mrs. John
Jrandall Watson (Beverly Rob
erta) - of Portland assisted with
he serving. " '
Jocial Meeting of Y. K. K.
-Jlass - -' . .: '!:
The social meeting of the Y.
2C K. class of the First Methodist
, church will be held Tuesday even
ing In Epworth halL
Members of G: T. Club
, Entertain mth Dinner
O. T Club members entertained
their husbands with a dinner party
y Friday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Du Bols. - -rj
A color schene of orange 'and
"white was carried out in the din-V-mg
room, the table baring a cen
terpiece of marigolds and orange
tapers. Y Coters were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bonney, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Girod. Mr. and
-Mrs.Lydon Harris, Mr., and Mrs.
, Albert Glrod, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
ZZ1A11, CAIXII, OmGON, CU1WAT: IIOIHTINQ, UOVTZl
nard Zosel, and the host and hos
tess,- Mr;, and Mrs. DuBols. . Mr.
and Mrs. Zosel were special guests
for the evening, Y.l-..;:-'1
The remainder of the evening
was spent with music and conver
sation. ' . j
Meeting of Young Bttsiness
People's Class -
The Young Business People's
Class of the 1 First Presbyterian
Church held ' A business meeting
and-a social time at the Y. M. C.
A.-Friday evening. ' r.
Following the business session
games were -enjoyed with Robert
Elfstrom and Carrol Hamlin win
ning the p rises, J, 'l"'vi:;-;r'
Those present were Miss Mlld-
melre. -Miss Pearl Strassbaugh,
red Mulkey. Miss Esther- Kells
Ml3s Fern Thatcher; Miss Norma
Detrlck.vMIss Helen Elfstrom. Mr.
Delzell, class teacher. Mrs. Robert
Elfstrom, - Mr.: William Bishop,
Mr. Albert Arpke, Mr. Gene Cro-
thers, Mr." Glen Finney. Mr. .Car
rot . Hamlin, Mr. Arthur - Colton.
Mr. Dwlght Odell. Mr; Milton Al
bin, "Mr. Vance Norton, and Mr
- , t. ' '
Five Hundred Club Enter- '
tained by Mrs. Skiff , ;
"Mrs, Mark Skiff entertained the
members of the Lucky five-hund
red Club' on Tuesday evening.
Yellow . and f white chrysanthe
mums decorated the living rooms
of the Skiff home.
Wises were won by Mrs., Cham-
berlin, Mr. Standish, Mrs. Ross
and Mr. Shelton.
Chamberlia, Ur, and alrsC R. V.
Skeltoa;- US; id tilrs. ; V W.
Standish,- llr. and Mrs. W; p.
LRoss, Miss SCoe Williams, and the
hostess.! Mrs. Sklft; . ,
Refreshments were served 7 at
the close of the evening.
Chemeketa Chapter Daugh- '
ters of American Legion Will
Honor State Regent ; j y:-
Chemeketa Chapter, Daughters
of the American. Revolution, will
entertain with a luncheon at the
Marlon Hotel on December third
honoring the sfate . regent Mrs.
Gordon McCracken of Ashland. ;
Reservations should - be. nfade
with , Mrs. U. G. Shipley or Mrs.
J. W.-Harbison- The -committee
In charge of the affair includes:
Mrs. Harbison, Mrs." Shipley; Mrs.;
Robert Aiken, Mrs.' WV B iJohns
ten, Mrs. A. E. Austin, of Wood
burn, Mrs. F E. SheTwln, ; Mrs.
j; W. Pland, and Miss Lillian Ap-
plegate. - '""''.'.
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In Portland For the Day
Mrs. Walter L. Spauldlng and
Mrs. F. L. Darby were guests in
Portland yesterday. ' - ,
Mrs. McNary Hostess at :- I
Attractive One o'clock j ; !
Luncheon' - '
Mrs. John H. McNary ; 1 enter
tatned the members of her bridge
club with an attractive one o'clock
luncheon Thursday at the Gray
Belle. Mrs. .Frank Snedecor, Mrs.
David Bennett Hill, and Mrs. A;
B. Galloway , were additional
In the group were ' Mrs. C. B. guests.
1926 Pontiac Coupe - - -'
1927. Ford Tudor Sedan - -1925
1924 iWiUys Touring - - -1924
Overland Sedan - - -1923
'Ford Touring, Rkstl -
1923 Chevrolet Coupe - -
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S taxta? Type Ford Touring from $35 to $ 1 25
HlgK at Trade !
, Crimson and - bronze ehrysan-j director of the elubr Rebearsalu
them urns and "crimSon tapers cen-1 wilL14'ieacli Monday evening
tered the luncheon table. Covers . - '" A; - " -'
were placed for Mrs. Snedecor.,' Th lukoetv - membershio In
cludes;1 ' 4 . -
- Mrs. C.0 D. Adams, Leila ' Ald
rlch. Effie Areheart, Mra.W. E.
Arehart, Helen Aahliman, Helen
M. Berger, Mrs. A. C. Bohrnstadt,
Mrs,, Gertrude ' Cherrlngton,'-Mrs.
P, E. . Churchill, Elvira R. Mc
Allister, Teresa Davis, a Esther
Dief fenbach, Olive Doan, Mrs. J
N.: England, Mrs. M. Ferrey, Mm.
Earle L. Fisher, Mrs J. A. Fahlen,
Mrs. L. B. GUbertson, Evangeline
O. Hall, Mrs.- J. O. Hall, Genevieve
Howard; Mrs. J. ' Frank Hughes,
Mrs. A. S. - Henderson. Margaret
Jorgensen, Mrs.-C. A. Kells, Ruth
Kroepliri, Sarah Lansing, Ft Ethel
Lau, Sarah MJixzenmler, Miss
I Nellie Morgan. Mrs. E. A. Praitt.
Mrs. Chas. Ratclif f , Miss Rita
Remington, Mrs. John J. Roberts,
Mrsv Ethel Ritter, Thea Sampson.
Mrs. W. Carleton Smith. Mrs. M.
W. Smith. Mrs. M. W, Smith, Mrs.
Merle Stewart, Ranska Swart.-.MIss
Margaret Thompson, Grace Wel
born, , Mrs. A. R. Wetj en, , Mrs
Stella WlUiams, Mrs. F. L. Waters,
Mrs. Ralph HT 8 Wolverton. Miss
Charlotte Zither." Arch J.fArehart.
Wm".- Blumenberg, C". L. ' Church.
F. G. Deckebach, O. K. De Witt,
Edward Fisher, Albert, H. GUle.
J O. Hall. A." S. Henderson. E. A
Kenney, Herman Kroeplin.'W. A.
Lattis. John T. Locker Jr.," O. - S.
Henderson Wm. McGIlchrlst. Sr..
Lyman McDonald. H. ' M. Mead.
Joh Ohr, C. A. -Ratclif f, F. M
Tatman.iT; L. : Williams. Victor
Wolfe, RalpJi II. S. Wolverton and
J, Frank Hughes.
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Old Dinner Services are Habits;
' New Services rare Pleasures r
. to all
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Especially wKen -the China; ; Glass and Silverware blend
to carry out our present day. gay color schemes.
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Select your table services : carefully. Wc will always
cheerfully help j'ou.in every way we can. See what others,. ,
haYC to offer then be sure to see our lines: vr - - --:
Mrs.- HH1. Mrs. Galloway. Mrs.
George- F. Rodgers, f Mrs. David
Eyre, Mrs- Harry Hawkins,1 Mrs.
Frits Slade. Mrs. O-C. Locke. Mrs.
Jo&a J. Roberts, Mrs. , Willi am
Walton, Mrs. - Henry Meyers, and
the hostess, Mrs." McNary. .
Y Mrsw Snedecor won the guest
prise in tridge.; -
Mrs. IF Carlton Smith' Re
turns From Recent Tnp -Abroad
i Mrs. W. Carlton Smith arrived
In Salem Friday after visiting for
several weeks in New York- City,
Rochester, and Chleagol . -
Dr. Smith returned directly to
Salemafter landing in' New York.
Drv Smith attended the : American
Legion Convention In Paris ; and
taier ne ana . Mrs smith spent
some time traveling on the conti
nent, and in England. . : -
Week-end Guest From ;
Portland - - . -.
Miss Frances Tucker of Port
land is a week-end guest at the
home of her . brother-in-law and
s'ter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Arm
strong. - ; .
Amigas Club Entertained at
. : Mrs. Edwin Armstrong was hos
tess Thursday afternoon at a love
ly i bridge tea. f The guest group
included; Mrs. JYE.. Fitzgerald.
Mrs. ': E. G. Ricketts, Mro. Miles
McKey,Mrs. E. C. Charlton; Mrs.
Carl Schneider, Mrs. Glenn "IL
Gregg, and! Mrs. Angust- Glntsch.
Mrs.' Reed Rowland was an addi
tlonal guest.. , . ... .
Mrs. James Fltsgerald won -the
prize f of high score. ' . .
! Mrs. Schneider assisted Mrs.
Armstrong at th tea hour. . '
; The club "will be entertained in
a fortnight: at the home of Mrs.
August Glutsch. -
Mr. and Mrs". Rex Turner
Visitors For th eWeek
' Mr.; and; Mrs. Rex Turner; of
Seattle will be house guests this
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Moses 'on North - Capitol
street. Mr. Turner is Mrs. Moses'
Meeting of White 'Shrine,
. Stated communication . of Wil
lamette; Shrine Number 2, Order
of White Shrine of Jerusalem will
be held at 8 o'clock Monday even
ing, November 21, in, the Masonic
Temple,- - -
A program will follow the busi
ness session. -
M rs. Carl Nelson Entertains
Her Club on Friday
i : Mrs. Carl E. Nelson entertained
members of her: brigade club and
several additional guests with a
delightful dne o'clock luncheon in
her home at 960 E streeC. Y
YA combination of mulberry and
red chrysanthemums - and mul
berry tapers formed an '-traifsuaJly
attractive centerpiece for the lun
cheon table. Covers were arranged
for Mrs.; Frederick YS Lamport,
Mrs. Roy Keene, Mrs. it. G. Brady,
i Mrs. E. M. Law. Mrs.: DaryI Proc
tor, and Mrs. Frederick G. Decke
bach, special guests, and the fol
lowing club members; Mrs. HolUs
Huntington, Mrsv Donald Young.
Mrs. Clifton Irwin. Mrs. Clifford
Farmer,! Mrs. Y Paul Y Hendricks,
Mrs. Orric Fry, and the hostess.
- Mrs. Hollia. Huntington won the
high I score prize in ; bridge. : Mrs.
E. M. Law received a guest prize.
The. American: Legion AuxU
tary Will Meet Tomorrow
, The American Legion Auxiliary
win meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow
evening in HcCornack haJI.
'An executive committee meet
ing at 7:30 will precede the regu
lar meeting. a
Salem Oratorio Society '
'.At the meeting of the Salem
Oratorio society on Monday even
ing at the Y. ill C A. it was de
cided to change the nme of the
club from 'Salem Oratorio society
to Salem Ch oral society, thus en
larging the field from, which the
club may choose Its music. ' . i
;.. William " McGIlchlrst, Sr is '
president of the organization, Mrs.
A. N. Bush,, honorary president i
Albert Gille," secretary; and Mrs.
T. L.' Williams, treasurers r -
The executive committee In
cludes: Mrs. John. J. Roberts, and
F. ..Q: Deckebach, In addition to
Mr. McGilchrlst and Mr. Gille.
Professor R.- W. Hans Eelts Is
Regular Meeting of
Daughters of Veterans
The, regular meeting of Daugh
ters of Veterans will be held Wed
nesday evening at 8 o'clock in the
Woman's Club-house. .-
Nominations of officers for the
ensuing year will be held at this
time, i.v-;' '-Y-?- - -r -"";;'-
control wiU begii its" iarestlga-l
tions soon after January 1 la or
der that it -r may complete 1U
recommendations ; not - later than
October i The legislature failed
to authorize any appropriation in
connection with the survey, other
than providing for the printing of
ART EXHIBIT PLAN
FOR -LESLIE HIGH
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oak" tree furnished the circle f
wood for the portrait or Mary and
her children to be : painted, upon.
Certainly, the good- old hermit's
prayer was realized j both Mary"
and the oak tree have been Im
mortalized ' , : ;
"Children Only" Hotel
In Berlin Said Unique
X . PENCIL s
BUILDING CODE GROUP
TO BE SELECTED SOON
: (Continued from Page One)
officials or directors. '
- It also was announced here Sat
urday that the state board of con
trol will soon undertake the col
lection of data and preparation of
estimates of. a ' building .. pro
gramme for public Institutions for
the state of Oregon up to the year
193 9, , under : authorization ' ot
house concurrent resolution No. 11
approved at the last legislative
session. . . " -
v The recommendations of the
board of control, together with all
data secured during the investiga
tion, shall be submitted, to the
next legislature.- .
In this report to the legislature
the board ot control will include
detailed Information as ; to ' the
character of buildings that will be
required, the "estimated cost of
construction,, .and lor what pur
pose they. would be used.
; The resolution provided specifi
cally: that ; all ; officials, ; whether
elective " or; appointive, together
with their employes, shall cooper
ate with the board of control in
this undertaking. Y"
. Members of the board of con
trol Indicated that in working; out
a tentative - building ' programme
for the perior covered in the res
olution a number of important
matters would have to be taken
into ' consideration. . The board
cannot 'determine" definitely, the
growth of the state in the ruture.
and necessarily will hare to base
its recommendations, on . the
growth of the state institutions in
the past..:..',.'' - ..
. It is likely that the board of
Passing certain modest home,
he saw a very beautiful young mo
ther sitting with her baby in her
lap out in" .the garden. " He asked
for permission to make a. sketch
of her, and noticing the head ct
a barrel near by he picked it op
and used . it upon which to mat
the- sketch. ' "'-k-.-Ay-.
The ; original : painting Is beau
tiful in-color. The Italian women
are fond of stripes of gay -colors,
so ' the shawl ; and ' scarf on the
mother's - head represent all cl-1
ors or the rainbow. The baby is
held yery close In his i mother's;
arms. The little brother has . a
cross . In his arms, faintly seen.
This. Is; always the . sympol -tbat
St. John bears. ; The circle of l'gbt
around the mothef a ;Head su g
gesis her divinity, i f t f-:
The young mother ' was so im
pressed - with the high : office of
posing for a Madona picture that
she thought it was in 'fulfillment
of a blessing wished for her by a
good old ' hermiti called Father
Bernardo, who lived v near her
father's home in the Italian hills.
One time a dreadful storm swept
away h! .home , and he sought
refuge in an ld oak. tree.; rWhen
Mary - found him he had - been
three. days without food and was
half dead from - exposure to the
cold and raln. She took him home
with her and cared for him until
his home could be ; rebuilt. He
used to pray that both "Mary and
the oak tree Should be blessed for
saving his life. The old oak was
cut down and made Into barrels
and so It came to pass that the
BERLIN. (AP) The - City of
Berlin claims to liaveithe first hor
tel for children onlyiia . f"v
. This hotel was erected by the
city's Juvenile welfare organiza
tion in., one of the quiet districts
of Berlin. It accomodates chil
dren sent to recreation placej, who
have to maka a stop-oerjia Dgr-jp
Un." ,The hotel fci3 rcoai for 350 "
youngsters. , , - ; si; J
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.- A Series of
Sunday ;Night Lectures
BOOK OF REVELATION
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20
JOSEPH T. JACOBS
Seventh Day Ad ventist Church
- North Fifth and Gains Sta.
:7an the book of Revelation be understood?
, book of mysteries? .
Or. is it a sealed
Prophet Symbols of startling evepts.
Lecture Every Sunday Night 7:43
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the price at whidi yea etus
get finely tailored clothes,
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: Elizabeth Ardent ; r
. Venetian Toilet Preparations
. These are scientific Preparations developed ;iY
by Elizabeth Ardcn as a part of her famous
method bfskintreatinent. They arc used ia'-
every Treatment given in the Ardcn Salons
and should be a part of your daily care of "
s- the skin at home. , ' .
' Euzacstu Akurjr's Vaittlan Toilet Prtfaratlcxi
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ITest to Ealcm. Bank of Commcrca t ,
410 State St. Phone l'i 0
TriihStylesiiperb ,Qu Pricesj
A Patent Pump f
Daintily Styled 1
Very trim and iirftrt Is"
this new pnnp ior women.
Fashioned of pateat leather -with
gun metal calf tritn
jtiing; covered military heeL
Ah unusually good value at
Developed in patent leath t
r with fancy grain overlay.,
-Room for crowing feet, with
its broad, roomy toe; leath
er-spring heels. - An excep
tional value at . . .
A New Amval la Patent Pumps
- For Women .
An unusually tractive
; pomp for Fall rtxsr. De
veloped in patent with gtm
; metal calf triraminj and
covered military heeL Ex
ceptional value and style at
a moderate price ' ":
A Distinctive Strap. Pump
, A new arrival anci very
idistinctire one, is this pat
ent straps pump ;, with -cfull
calf underlay r all-leather
; cdhstroction;' covered Span
ish heeL , An exceptional
The Fall Modci
You need have no worries
bout tired feet if pa
choose this black kid Ox
ford with sensible military
heeL Reasonably priced.
Men'c'Tan Winter Oxf orda
Rolled Edge Leather Sprinjj : Heel
. ' Some shoo for the man
who want vigorous styl
combined whh real valua
and fine workmanship and
leathers. - Of tan calf
rolled tdgt ; . leather ."spring
heel; Goodyear welts, ' llo
txauy (need ' .
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A stnrdy work shos that ka " ,
pltaty of nlleagt for active feet- -Clack
Elk with half robots' hstL -
Coed valua at
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