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IN AUTUilN " t
Whoi walking in the spring, shall see,
New green upon the poplar tree, - -
And smiles witB hope as he goes by-
Is servant of his Destiny . ' ' i i
Who, walking in the summer fields ;
Sees all the gold of harvest-yields, ;
And labors here unceasingly "
Is comrade"of his Destiny, :
But who can see the. beauty fade
In noble works that : God hath made, .
- And keep faith bright in his soul's eye
Is master of his Destiny. - : .
Boisejteception One of the
Largest Affairs of the Fall
Season - ,-
An affair of unsurpassed love
liness waa the reception for which
ilrs.f Frank Snedecor, Mrs. Reu
ben P. Boise, and Mrs. Breyman
Boise were hostesses on Tuesday
afternoon fn the Reuben - Boise
" home on-Court street. J
. More than three-hundred guests
coming- from Portland, Corrallia.
Kugene, , and other ' cities .of the
Willamette valley, called between
the receiving hours ot-2 and 6
Art; baskets, of chrysanthemums
and; long-steamed Troses r of , crim
son." rose, and white, arranged In
attarctive combinations decorated
the Uring room; library, and draw-!
ing room of the Boise home.
. During tbe first hour, Mrs. R.
r. Lea Stelner and Mrs. Henry
W." Meyers presided at the beautl
- fuljy- appointed tea' fabler Which
was covered with an 'exquisite
clcjth sot linen and lace. . A low
siivrjbowlor roses and chrysan
tfcemtJttTTn shades of pale yeUow
and rose centered the table. They
- by Mrs. R. JHndricks and Mrs.
were succeeded at th.scond hour
John- H. McNary. -
Those assisting about the rooms
were Mrs. John - H. Lauterman,
. Miss Margaret Sosper. Mrs. Joseph
Baumgartner," Miss Xlaa McNary,
- Mrs. Walter a Stolts, Mrs. - B. O
fichuckTinlgr.'Slrs". frank , WY; Dur
v vr. ifr. P- M. Jordan ; of
.Seattle; Wash.. Mrs. Gus Hlxson,
Mrs: Richard D. Slater, Mrs. Asel
r.of f. Mrs. P. D. Quisenberry. Mrs.
Frederick Deckebach, Mrs. , Louis
' r.rlffith. Mrs. Bert - Ford, Miss
Nina McNary, and Miss Margar
Btolz.' ; . - : ;
Violin Concert Given Friday
livening at Y.' M. C. A. .
An interesting violin conlcert
was! given Friday evening at the
V. M. Cv A. by the pupils of Miss
:liza.beth LeVV. . . -
The entire prdgram was played
with skill and assurance. Tfc
audience was particularljr rlesed
witn the playing of the. younger
Dorothy .. Talaer who is - but
taven years of g played as'her
tola number. 'Teas in Boots
(Fr-Ini) with nnusaal finesse and
ri:niace. The work of June DI-
rc:.-r who is nine year oil was
Other creditable numbers were
given by Alleen Ryan. "Margaret
Ryan .Norman Oeren, and ; Faye
Irvlne. . . :':;. : ' - ;
Miss Jewell Gardner, voice pupil
of .Mis's Lena Belle Tartar, - assis
ted on the evening's program. She
was accompanied ty Miss Lucille
Cuinmings. . .
. Miss Margaret Hogg and Miss
Florence Howe were accompanists
for the violinists. ; ' .
Mrs. Meyers Hostess at
Attractive One O'clock '
Luncheon : " ' y. j
Mrs. Henry w. "Myers enter
tained the members or her bridge
club wlth an attractive 1 o'clock
luncheon at the Gray Belle.Thurs-
day afternoon. ; Mrs. F. M. Jor
dan, of Seattle Wash., and Mrs.
Frank , Snedecor were additional
A "lovely" arrangement of holly.
red-berried -cottoneaster, and red
tapers, suggestive of the "Yule-
tide season, centered th 'luncheon
table with covers placed for Mrs.
Snedecor,' Mrs.. Jordan, Mrs. David
W. Eyre,' Mrs. Harry Hawkins,
Mrs. John H. McNary. Mrs. Frits
Slade, Mrs! William Walton.'Mrs.
Dan J. Frye Jr., Mrs. C; Locke,
Mrs. John J. Roberta, and the hos
tess, Mrs. Myers, i :
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Social Circle of Knight
Memorial Church 'Will Elect
Officers L ' i
- Election of officers will be the
feature" of i the meeting of the
Ladies Social Circle of the Knight
Memorial - church on Wednesday
afternoon, in the church parlors
This will fee the regular business
meeting of the circle..
Kappa Alpha Theta Will :
Meet Tuesday Evening., '
' Kappa Alpha Theta club will
meet at the home of Miss Marga
ret Sioltr, 495. North Winter 1
street, Tuesday " . evening at 8
o'clock. ' - .
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Salem Shrine Club Will Be ' j
Hosts at Informal Dinner
Wednesday . - "'
The .members . of the - Salem
Shrine club will entertain their
ladies with, an informal dinner!
Wednesday evening fc
n'dork t the Elks' ciun.
Afr5. Thomopson and Mrs. i
Roberts: Entertain With Pre-
Holiday Musicale 4 "j
One of the .most delightful ' of
the pre-hollday affairs was the
musicale . for which Mrs T. : S.
Roberts and Mrs. Frederick Hill
Thompson were hostesses last ev
ening. In the Roberts home on
North Summer street. The affair
was given la honor of Mrs. C. p.
Bowles of Portland who Is a house
guest this week-end at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Thompson. if
The . living .rooms, library, -and
studio, were beautifully decorated
with holly, mistletoe, a Christmas
tree, and other novelties In keep
ing with the rapidly approaching
Christmas season. , .
Little Peggy and David Thomp
son- daughter and son of .the hos
tess, greeted ; the guests at the
door.-;; ;.-v;,U..: ..; ' I
Musical numbers were played
by Professor -Roberts "on the new
Gunther pipe organ which was in
stalled several weeks ago In the
Several hours of dancing fol
lowed the music.
The guest group Included forty
prominent men" and women ' of
Salem, Eugene." and Portland.
Mrs: IAxesley WUl Return to
Salem This Evening -
- Mrs. T. A. Livesley, her daugh
ter. Patsy, and son -Roderick; will
return this - evening ? from -, San
Francisco where they have spent
some time, as the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. S.. G.' Sargent. 1
Mayor and Mrs. r Livesley with
their children went south to spend
the Thanksgiving holidays with
their daughter. ; Miss f Dorothy
Livesley who Is a: student thU
year at Mills college. ; ; - J
c Mayor Livesley will remain; in
the south for several years. j
.The remainder of the afternoon
was spent playing . bridge in the
Meyers' home on North Summer
street. -., .
Swedish-American Bell Orchesbra
Pageanl at First Christian
Church. "India Road Scene."
Informal tea. Y. W, C. A. S 5
o'clock. Public Invited.
: "China's Great Day." Story and
Picture. . First Congregational
Church. 7:30 o'clock. ' -
; 3Ionday -
R N. "A. Election .of officers.
Juvenlfe8, 7 o'clock; adults, 8:00
o'clock. Fraternal TemDie. .
Recital of piano students of W.
U. School of Music Waller HaU.
8:15 o'clock. . '
Art Exhibit at Parriah Junior
High School Afternoon, 4 o'clock;
evening at seven-thirty o'clock.
Swedish-American Bell Orches
tra. In Concert, First Congrega
tlonal Church, Liberty and Center
Streets. Matinee for children, 4:15
Adults, 7:30 o'clock.
Card partg sponsored by R. N,
: FraternaT Temple. 2 o'clock;
Book of the Month Club. Rev.
Marin F. Ferrey. leader. Woman's
Club-house. -S '
Current Events Class.-Dr F. G'.
Franklin, leader. Woman's Club-
house. - -r. ,:.-v
Garden Club. Chamber of Com
merce Auditorium. 8:00 o'clock.
War Mothers. Chamber 'of Com
mence Auditorium. 2:30 o'clock.
Art, Exhibit. Parriah Junior
High School. Afternoon, 4 o'clock;
evening at seven-thirty o'clock.
Bridge tea. Sponsored by choir
of, St. : Paul's . Episcopal . Church.
Mrs. V. E.' Kuhn, hostess.' ' .
Kappa Alpha Theta Club. Miss
Margaret Stolts, 495 Street hostess
8 o'clock. - .
Meeting of Dakota Club. Leslie
Church, Myers : and South Com
mercial Streets. 6:30 o'clock.
Ladies' Social Circle, Knight
Memorial Church. Church parlors.
Shrine Club" entertaining ladies
with dinner.'"' Elks' 'Club. 6:30
Art Exhibit at" Leslie Junior
High School. Afternoon, 4 o'clock-
evening, 7:30 o'clock."
United Artisans." Closed meet
ing. Fraternal Temple. 8 o'clock.
' Friday ' -Art
Exhibit at LeBlIe School.
Afternoon, 4 o'clock; evening,
7:30 o'clock. ,
San Souci Card Club. Mrs. Ivan
Martin; 392. South' High Street
hostess. 8:00 o'clock.
Afternoon Tea. Sponsored by B
and P. W. Club. Butterfly Shop
Chambers Bldg. High, sfreet. 2
6 o'clock. Public Invited.
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The Swedish-American' Bell Or-, the
chestra will appear, in concert to
morrow evening a the First Con
gregational church. Center' and
Liberty streets. A " matinee for
school children only 'will be given
in fhe afternoon at ,; four-fifteen
oclock. The concert for adults
wIU be given at seven-thirty.
".The orchestra was organized for
the, sole purpose of keeping alive
the fine art of bell ringing, f Now,
under a new system, with an able
director, Mr. O. E. Swanson, and
ai; Capable group of performers,
Dunsford. Mrs. J. W. Knapp, Mrs.
A. R. Holmes and the hostess,
Mrs. Babceck. ' - .
ToasU, -What we think of the
PriscUla Club" were given by Mrs.
Steusloff, Mrs. Mott, Mrs. Graver,
and Mrs.: Buchner. ,!'-- ;
Mrs.! Carey .Martin; a former
club member, will entertain the
group on December sixteenth. .
Guests in Salem for the
MIsa Roma Charlton and Miss
Phyllis Dickenson of Athena, Ore
gon are guests, for the week-end
of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Charlton,
325 North Twenty-third Street.
Miss Charlton and Miss Dickenson
are students at Monmouth Nor
mal School. v .......
Foundry, London, they have ac-
compiished such results that theyjE'ni ertained Friday After-
Members of G. T. Club
and with a, set of bells made by'elyn". Goddard.
mand for public performances.
f The' troupe, . consisting of . five
ringers, has been received with en
thusiastic, approval-in every city
of their tour. -; .
The ' concert . which-, they . will
present tomorrow evening will. In
clude such famous selections as
"Melodie In F" Rubenstein; ; 'Min
uet in G" Beethoven; ''Barcarolle"
Sjogren; "Berceuse" from Joc-
Mrs. George A. White Hostess
at Attractive Bridge Tea
Mrs. George A. White antejr-
tained Friday afternoon in her
home at 345 Bellevue Street, with
an attractive bridge tea; the first
of a series of afternoon affairs
which she has arranged for the home at 749 -North
The living rooms were decorat
ed with baskets of chrysanthe
mums. A ; lovely arrangement of
the same flowers centered the tea
Uble. .. - : t .
I The gnest group .Included: Mrs.
John H. McNary, Mrs. Isaac Lee
Patterson, Mrs. Louis Lachmund,
Mrs.'Thomas B. Kay, Mrs. Arthur
V assail. Mrs. George Waters, Mrs
Russel Catlin, Mrs. Frank Spears,
Mrs. E. C. Cross, Mrs. John L.
Rand, Mrs. Carl W. Waller, and
Mrs. Vincent Dias. ' I
Mrs. Frank Spears won the first
prize for high score! Mrs. Rand
received the second award. 4'
Open House' at Parrish
Junior High School .
"Open House" will be held Mon
day and Tuesday evenings from.
seven-thirty to eight-thirty o'clock
at the Parrish Junior .High school
in conjunction with the art ex
hibit which is sponsored by. the I
are department of the chool and
will be given under the personal
direction of Miss Vivian Hargrove.
The pnbllc is uTged to come andi
meet , the teachers and to attend
the exhibit: .
Guests For the Month in
Miss Edith Hazard and her fa
ther, Mr. E. J. Hazard, are guests
Of relatives In Seattle. They will
remain in the north until; after
the Christmas holidays. j
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lr&. Ida Babcoch Hostess,
at Meeting of PriscUla Club
r Mrs. Ida Babcock was hostess at
a delightful meetiny of the Pris
cUla club Friday afternoon' in her
Street. Mrs. A. R. Holmes of Mill
City, and Mrs. J. W. Knapp o f
Pendleton .were additional guests.
' Sewing .and conversation occu
pied the early hours of the after
noon. Luncheon was served later
at the long dining table which was
very attractive, with a centerpiece
of fall fruits.
Covers .were placed for Mrs.
Walter Buchner, Mrs. Kittle Gra
ver, Ms, William S. Mott, Mrs. J.
B. Craig, Mrs. Fred W. Steusoff.
Mrs. W. T. Wain, Mrs. George
. Mrs. - Henry Girod entertained
the' members of the G, T. club on
Friday afternoon. - -j "
The afternoon was erenf with
frshments were served at the tea
hour.- - ' -
-Those present were Mrs. Albert
Girod, Mrs.-;Lyndea Harris, Mrs.
Leon DuBois.. Miss . Linaa i-ee
Girod. and the hostess. Mrs. Henry
Girod. ' .
The club will be enterUined in
a fortnight at the home of Mrs.
Lynden Harris. .
Younger People r of Unitarian
The younger people of the Uni
tarian church were enterUined
one evening recently at the homo
of Dr. and Mrs. Aartin F. Ferry.
Mrs. Mildred Sterrett Daly was
The early part of the evening
was devojed to bridge, Mrs. Merle
Smith and Frank Cain .receiving
high score prize. A dscusson of
books, travel, and music followed.
M , ' .. .
(Coatinaei on pS it)
He the new style Oulbransens.
The most beautiful Piano
In the world. -. v
Salem. Music Co
853 N.'. High St.
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Dakota Club Will Meet Foor
Dinner Wednesday Evening
: The ; regular monthly dinner
meeting of the Dakota club will
be held at 8:30 o'clock Wednes
day-evening at Leslie Methodist
church. South Commercial and
Myers street. ; ' ' " ;
The committee, in 'charge In
cludes : Mrs." Hagedorn and Mrs.
K. J. Lathrop. :i , .?;' y -
i All former. vesidents of either
North or South xtakota are urged
Woman's Day Program at I
First Christian Church -: 1
Woman's Day will be observed
at the services at seven-thirty
o'clock this evening at the First
Christian Church with a pageant.
"India Road Scene.?', .
The public is invited to attend.
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Chemeketa Chapter, D. A M.
Honor State Regent
Members of Chemeketa Chapter,
Daughters of the American: Rev
olution, entertained yesterdays at
t :30ithe Marion Hotel with a no-hest
(luncheon in' honor of, Mrs. Oowob
The evening will be spent play-JMcCracSen of Ashland, sUte. reg
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is nov inaugurating its
24th semi-annual sale of High-class
Our patrons know the wonder-
ful ; values given during these
''y-'"y .. ,
events. To those who dp not we
cordially invite your! attendance
during, this sale. All gowns cut
"from 1-3 to 1-2 in price. Many
beautiful coats -furs and fur coat3
millinery, etc, at prices unsur
passable. All new spring models
included This store is acknow
ledged to be one of the finest on
the coast carrying only the beat and
most exclusive wearing apparel.
: See windows for prices.
The French Shop
1 1 N.-High Street