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THE OKKGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. SUNDAY HORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1S2T.
(Caattaoad from pfcf. It) :
Refreshments were serred at s
j late hoar.
i Those r resent were Mr. And
i Mrs. Merle Smith. Mr. and JTrs.
1 Kenneth Randall. Mr. and Mr 3.
f Frank Cain. Mr. and Mrs. Rot
1 Hardinr Ur and' Mrs. Robert
f Sterrett. Mr. Lester MacDonald.
Helen Pollock. Mr. and Mrs.
f" k l.Jifi Mr Will Trow
Lrff Ines Relfsnleder. Miss Viran
HargroTe, Mr. and Mr3. Will Daly,
's Dr. and Mrs. Martin F. Ferry, Mrs.
e'i Breckenridge. and : Miss Mar-,-rla
Taylor. ' ' - '
, Miss Louise Ferry assisted- the
hostesses. , l M - . ." : t
Hi-Lo Bridge ; Club Enter
tained : j-' "
Mrs. Klfreda; Hunter was hos
tess at the meeting of the Hi-Lo
Bridge Club on Friday afternoon.
High score honors for the aft
ernoon's play were - won by Mrs.
Lloyd Dexnarest. j
Members present were Mrs. A.
C. Bishop, Mrs. Lloyd C. Demar
est, Mrs. B. A3 Victor, Mrs. Mal-
rin Sheperd, Mrs. John : Waters,
Mrs. Clifton Mudd. Mrs. Allan J.
Clereland. and i the hostess. Mrs.
Hunter. Is '
The' club members will, enter
tain their husbands' with a Christ
mas party December sixteenth at
the horn t Mr. and Mrs. John
Waters, i -i , .
Honored on Birthday An-
mversary . - - i
Mrs. Mattle Prnse entertained
riday e-renlng in honor, of Mrs.
L. C. Brotherton who " observed
her birthday anniversary on that
day.- ---Z "' ! :: '.
The erenlnjE : : was spent with
conversation and" sewing.-:
"Refreshments were serred at
the close of the evening, Mrs. Lu
ey Brown assisting the hostess. .
In the group were Mrs; ;L. C.
Brotherton, ! Mrs.; Eunice Stars Is,
Mrs. Helen Potter, Mrs. Claudick.
Mrs. Lncy Brown; Mrs. A. O. Con-
BURNETT BROS. JEWELERS PAY: ASYOU ARE PAID" TWELVE STORES ION
THE PACIFIC COAST FROM EVERETT WASHINGTON, TO HOLLYWOOD, CAL
I IFORNIA. NOT ONLY LARGEST BUT (WE HOPE) HE BEST! -
; CjP nd, $98.50 j
('" w3v Here isTf- gift that 'will never- be f orgotten of that yoi ;
k ZaW j may be sure a group of Diamond set ringsWhite Gold f J
!tffUY!f mountings with superb diamonds the best values of ' I C
; f? .7 "1 theyear-at Ninety-Eight I Fifty. Y;
- t ( j Take one for a dollar bai a3r after Xrjrasi--$1.50 a weekyJ I
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is Tf" gift that will never be forgotten of that you
may be sure a group of Diamona set rings w nue uoiu
mountings with superb diamonds the best values of "
Take one for a dollar bill Pay after Xmaai-$1.56 a week
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dit, Miss LoaeUa Baker, Mrs. J.
L. Purrlne, and the hostess, Mrs.
Professor Roberta WUl Give
Organ Concert For uts rujnu
Professor T. B. Hoherts will en
tertain a group of his pupils and
their parents with aa organ con
cert In his studio on North Sum
mer Street this afternoon, begin
ning at four o'clock. " ; V
Mlsa Lena Belle , Tartar . win
sing and Kenneth McCormlck wiU
play piano numbers. . ' .
This Is the third of series el
Informal musical es which Profes
sor Roberts wni gtve thla winter
on his new studio organ.
Business and Professional
Vomen Svonsonna Tea
i Members of the Business and
Professional Women's dnb are
sponsoring a ten Saturday after
noon, December 10, at the Butter
fly Linen Shop; which la located
In the Chambers building on North
Kirn tret. for the benefit ox
their club-house fund.
Miss Clara McNeil Is chairman
of the- committee in charge of the
affair. She will be assisted oy
Mlsa Merle Dlmlck. Miss Marri-
anne Harris, Miss Rachel Bayne,
Miss Edith Burch, Mtss signs
Paulsen. Miss Lillian Schroder,
Miss . Edna Purdy, MUs . Isora
Templeton: Miss Pheobe -McAd-
ams. Mrs. Ora F. Mclntyrv Mrs.
Vartr. and Miss t Edith Pierce
The hours are from 2 until
o'clock. The public a invited to
Spending the Winter in ',
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. rajce, ana
Miss Mary Fake left recently by
motor for Riverside. California
where they will spend the winter
Week-end Guests From
Misses Qertrude. ana uesoa.
Cochran of Cottage Grove are
week-end guests of their uncle
nd a.nne. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Conner of South Salem.
Week-End Guests From
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Lee or jj.u
gene spent the week-end In Salem
as the guest of friends.
attest at. Blatehford Home
Mrs. F. L. Hyde of Forrest
Grove was a guest for several days
of the -past week at the home of
Dr. and Mrs, BtnJnmla BUtch-
Returning to Southern
Miss Cella Mlelke who has spent
the sa&l two weaka Is B&Um
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. JF. Mlelke, will return this
evening to Rlverton. Ore., where
she is a member of the school
A seventeen Jew
elled Waltham tn
s gold filled case
. e8 fine a watch
as a man can ask
Pay a doUar . .
down, and a dol
lar a week.
GOLD KIWUS . Tf ashu Yvwiu
Moose, the Elk and all the foremost -Fraternal
orders. Blrthstone rings Ametheyst rings, and
scores besides. Priced from B12JH to S50.00.
Take any ring for a, dollar bill pay after
' Christmas $1.00 a week
457 State Street '
Now! Youf: Greatest Opportunity:
Save at Morgan s 2d Annual
'.Y'ear ' End i
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faculty. The achooj "aaa been
closed down due to the jnianUle
paralysis' epidemic in Coos county,
but will re-open Monday. ' -
Eight Table Bridge Tea an
Event of the Past Week
An attractive affair of the past
week was the eight table bridge
tea given Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. Eugene Qrabenhorst tn her
home on Falrmount Hill.
Trade your old piano In on a
new Grand. The largest stock
in Salem. Big sale on.
Salem Music Co.
858 N. High St.
If ;n IplUpiy, Fita, JVUlsg BUkaaM
or Oonralskma bo Mttcr ow be -wriU
m tadn . witkont tmiL Attacks atoppad
IC9 kanafml nS fitlafatoa ar I
mouT baek. . . l
sn. h. sc. sricrsoir oc lgrs w. 4ta
St- CLBTEUUTD, O.
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On Account of
Tues Dec. 6th
When we say "Sale we mean it. Real sayings on our high
quality garments, early enough in the season to make it worth'
while-to buy. That is what our patrons understand when we
say -Sale." - r . ' :
C59.50 to C85.00 Coats
5490 to 5690 CoaU
C1G.S0 to 325 Dresses
025.00 to $35 Dresses
Scheelar Auto Wrecking Co.
1085 N. Commercial ' TeL 819
Tn Tuletlde motif was carried
oat la the decorating, baskets of
chrvsanthemums and tern belnj
arranged about the living; rooms.
Holly and red Upers centered the
tea table. -
Mrs. Edward Viesko won hljh
score honors a a result et thsTTt
emoon's plar. Mrs. Al nrause re
ceived second vrlM and Mrs. IInr-T
old Brown, third. .-". .
The rnst croup nelnded: Mrs.-
Laban Steeves, Mrs. D. X. Beech-
(Coatlaaail ea ptga If)
; ? -Al I'll " :
, S fijrrf
g f or Everybody
Is Offered In Moiiey Salg Bargains
We Say It With Exceptional Values
Wo want every man and woman ovary boy and girl tojbe wearing a pair of our good
Mt:M rm,, nrtn ta nnTT TTAaHrifr'R.OTTIiSS1 shoes know their nood values.
in fit. good looks and wearing qualities. Now, right before the holidays we are going
to make it easier for every one to purcnase &unjj jtuuj. w x-"s, anu uyyi cuiaiu
cavings. , - ( v
ENTIRE STOCK OF BOTTLE'S HIGH-GRADE FOOTWEAR PL A C ED ON
SALE AT REDUCED SALE PRICES
Including Walk-Overs, Cantilevers, Wilbur Coon's Special Features and Stickles
Ho-Rec-Toe and Kampus-Kicks. ITothing reserved.
SEE OUR WIND O W S
4 buckles, black
Goodrich ; gaiUrm,
sizes from 11 to 7
' Now SelUitj
Bo yn9 dress oxfords
sIzm 2W to Wi.
Resrnlnr $6.75 grad
es. Now seninz at
One lot of felt and
satin bouse slippers
Values up to $1.95.
oxfords, made of
finest leather, to
sell regularly at
$7 to $8.50. Now ,
Touaz ladies' ox
ford ties, new win
ter styles and colors
Values up to $&50.
Growing girla win
ter oxfords and ties,
in patents and color
ed calf leathers.
Boys' school shoes,
sies s2ft to 5.
ity. Now selling
Hegular '$5.00 qual-
for ladles. We have
the new styles and
colors. , Come now
and get a pair and
save a dollar to $2
on each pair.
Ladies black kid or
black patent leath
er street or dress
slippers. Beg. $3.50
now selling at . ,
; $5;95 pair
; while, quantity '
, ; ..remains. -
Buccaneer boots for
ladies and young-
girls. Now selling
whUe anjr of thess
Ladies black satin
dancing s 1 i p p e rs.
trimmed in black pa
tent leather and
some In cut steel, ral
ces up to $10.C0.
Ladies walking and
street ties or strap
styles In autusi j
trowns, made by
- Now Selling
I House and Bed Boom
, Slippers for men and
women, for ' boys and
jgirb at' , reduced' sale
prices. ' -
ohn Jo Eottle s
Borne of VTaI!c-Orcr and CantHrrer "cctwerr '
415 STATE STBECT EXPEirr SHOE FITTEB3
iTfitrsji and u"a -TXccni
cm xcr mi
wenen. for boyi
Hria at rtdarrrf Jf