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IxiK OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18 1927
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r I assist on the evening's program.
Pre-HoUday Bridge Party
is Interesting Event of Last
Niaht ' " i
Mr. and lirrfl EJ. W. Peterson
The following numbers will bejand Mr. and Mrs. M. p, Adams en-
tertaxnea'iirititf . dellgnttol lire-
table brUgfj f rty last; night at the
reiersoa iHOme.iPecorated Christ
mas treea mistletoe, and holly
made the TOom.festlTe.
Following the playing, the hos
tesses serred delicious refresh
mentsj , " ' ' '
In the - group were: Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Miller, Dr. and Mrs
D. X. Beechler, Mr; and Mrs
James Imlah, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Grote, Mr. andMrs. William Ellis,
Mr. and MrsJ Sam! Laaghlia. Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Brown. Mrs? Rose
Babcock, Mr, and - Mrs. Harry
Crawford, Mr and - Mrs. I. M.
Doughton, and the hosts, "Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. "Adams and Mr; and
Mrs. E. W. Peterson.
Organ Prelude, Andante
, Mrs. Zinn
"All Hail! Immanuel"
'Where Rippling Kedron Flows"
(Soprano obligato, Mrs. Harms)
hf'Wherefore This Tomniir
Mrs. A. ii. uue
"Beside the Manger" Mrs. Harms
and Women's Quartet.
"No Kins Save Caesar"
'O, Holy Night" .Adam
Violin, piano and organ
IThe King Has Come"
- Mr. Glaisyer and chorus
"The Shepherds Song"
"O Ruler of the Ages"
Mrs. Harms and Mrs. Roberts
"Glory to God" Choir.
In addition to this musical con
cert a one reel film will be giTen.
The public is cordially Invited to
Yomarco Class Will Have
Party at Roberts9
Professor and Mrs. T. S. Rob
erts are entertaining members of
the Yomarco Class of the First
Methodist Church with a Christ
mas party Wednesday evening.
December twenty-first, in their
home at 505 North Summer Street.
Mrs. A. A. Siewert Is chairman
of the committee in charge of the
Each member is asked to bring
an Inexpensive gift for the Asso
Writers' Club Will Meet at
Members of the Writers' Club
of the Salem Arts League will
meet Tuesday evening in the Fire
side room at the Public Library.
Chadtviik Chapter, Order of
the Eastern Star, Will Have
Members of Chadwick Chapter,
Order of the Eastern Star, will
have their regular Christmas par-
Iv Tuesday evening, December
twentieth, at the Masonic Temple.
Each member is asked to bring
Mr3. Ida Niles, Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Nile?, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Hauser, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Mc
Donald, Mr. and Mrs. William F.
McCall. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harrl
on, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Mor
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Hauser,
Mrs. Nellie Taylor, Mrs. Gertrude
J, M. Page, Mrs. Cora Boyer, Mrs.
May Chambers, Miss Mary ChT
wirk, and Miss Oda Chapman com
pose the ""trommittee" in charge "of
the affair. '
Miss Baker is Home For the
Miss Dorothy Baker, student at
the t'niversity of Oregon, is spend
ing the", holidays in Salem as the
guesf of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Business atulProf esslonal
Women-Will Meet This Week
The rnVmberBof' the - Business
and ProXeBSioiia Women's club
will hold their 'annual Christmas
program and party at 7: 45 o'clock
Wednesday evening, December 21,
at the Woman's Club building on
North Cottage street, t .
The program will be In . charge
of Miss Lyle Murray. Miss Grace
Gilliam will direct the Christmas
music. Miss Lina Heist will talk
on her visit to the Holy Land.
Each member is asked to bring
a fun gift for, the tree, not to ex
ceed 10 cents In cost. Fifteen
cents each will co Yer the expense
of refreshments and club 'house
The executive board announces
that members "who" do not pay
their dues by the first of the year
will be dropped, from the mailing
list. Checks should be mailed to
Miss Josephine .Shade, 372 Court
street. - ' ;
Mrs. Sarah Oliver is Honor
Guest at Attractive Dinner
Honoring Mrs. Sarah Oliver on
Wednesday, Mrs. L. H. Bower
man was hostess at a 12:30
o'clock dinner at her homepn Les
The guests were seated at one
long table where covers were ar
ranged for nine.
The rooms were decorated with
holly wreaths and flowering pot
ted plants. The dinner was an
elaborate, old-fashioned one.
In the group were Mr3. Rachel
Reeder, Mrs.. E. Galloway, Mrs.
Jennie Nunn, Mrs. Ensign Pitt,
Mrs. Retta Pemberton, Mrs. Ada
S. Condit. Mrs. Mary V. Charlton,
the honor guest, Mrs. Sarah Ol
iver, and the hostess, Mrs. L. H.
The afternoon was spent in con
vextion. Mrs. Oliver plans to spend Jan
uary in California, with friend."
and,relatiyeJs. , .
Guest From California Is
Honored at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jory enter
tained with an attractive dinner
party on Friday night honoring
their niece. Miss Ruby Howland.
who has been visiting here from
Long Beach. Cal. Miss Howland
returned to her home yesterday.
. Penney Store Enter v4;
tains Employees With Social
At the regular monthly store
meeting of the J. C Penney Com
pany associates, held on ! Friday
evening, an unusually Interesting
Program was In order.'-
Mr. Dave Lenniger, who is a
harpist of skill. - contributed a
group of numbers; Mr. JM7 Davis,
flutist, played, after which Mr.
Ring, cornetlst, contributed.
M. E. Niemeyer,. leader of "the
Penco quarter, gave. Impersona
tions of a lady soprano. Later he
gave barnyard Imitations. :
Miss Ollie Hansen, Mrs. Vera
Frame, Mrs. Magee. and Miss
Jones contributed with an enter
taining sketch, "Our New Neighbors.'-;
The Christmas gifts were dis
tributed by E. O. Jarman, In the
role of Santa Claus. r
A business meeting followed the
program and distribution of gifts.
Prinale Pleasant Point Club
Meets at Robertson Home
The members of the Pringle
Pleasant Point social club met on
Thursday at the home of Mrs. J.
N. Robertson, 1492 Court street.
A bountiful dinner, was serred at
The guests of the day included
Mrs. Lester Bobbins and baby,
Mrs. E. M, Brunner and son, Mrs.
Staley, Mrs. G. H. Grabenhorst,1
Mr. Clarke, Mr. Mothorn, Mary,
Alice and Margaret Jones, Waldo
Clarke.' Pollyanna, Shinkle, Gene
and Kent Weckter . Virginia
Coates,- Rex, Roberta, and Henry
A Christmas tree was the cen
ter of attraction. Each guest and
member received a gift from Its
boughs. ' ' , - .
In the club group were Mrs. I.
W. Potter,' Mrs. Homer Harrison,
airs. w. M. Coburn. Mts. J. Yates.
Mrs. Harry Wecbter, Mrs. F.
Clarke, Mrs. C. Jones, Mrs. J. W
Keyes. Mrs. William Robbins.
Mrs. William Grabenhorst, Miss
Grace Robertson, Mrs. Ollie Sha
rer, Mrs. Rue Drager, Mrs. E. S.
Coates, Mrs. Marjorie Shinkle,
Mrs. J. M. Coburn. Mrs. Charles
Grabenhorst, Mm H. E. Stewart,
Mrs. T. E. Meeks. Mrs. Lydia
Clarke. Mrs. W. H. Pronst. Mrs.
Christine Mumm. Miss Brownell,
and the hostess, Mrs. Robertson.
Out of town guests in the group
were Mrs. Laura Tates Greenfield
of Billings. Montana, and : Mrs.
Sturgis. both former members of
Mrs. Mn lim t Cnnnoir So
ZT - v wvpsir fro 4 .ft IO
tess for Maoris Study Club
Auawrua siuay ciuo members
were entertained on Tuesday at
luncheon bv MTS TftTTrlA iAAnA
Christmas novelties centered the
Fur mi tm re
Heads the Christmas List
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AN IDEAL GIFT k
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A Desk for Every Use and ' .
1 for Every. Place in the Home.
Book Desks . - Wall Desks
Secretaries House Desks j
Spinets , Cabinet Deslcs
PRICES - - :
$16.75 to $71,50
Made of genuine Antique Mahogany, finished in the i
Newest of Designs. If you want to make some one ,
nappy Christmas give them one of these fine desks, and
pay for it next year. r ;.:4iv.-,tq4ta. k
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467 Court eL 1142
table and covers placed tor Mrs.
Cecil Weaderoth. lira. KUzabeth
Birham, Mrs. Ulanit Lea Tlbbetts,
Mrs. Ada JLlklra, lira. Florence
PnghrMrs. Eleanor. Fox. Mrs. Dor
lea McCarthy, Mrs. Daisy Harlan,
Mrs. Josephine Butts, Mrs. Anna
Hendricks, Mrs. Gladys Chields.
Mrs. Ethey Cooper. ' '
'Mrs. Cooper was assIstSd in
serving by her mother, Mrs.
- During the business meeting
several of the members gave in
teresting papers on the pioneer
days In Oregon and resources of
The next meeting of the study
club will be held January 3 with
Mrs. Eleanor Fox hostess in her
home at 2645 Portland road.
High School Epworth
League Entertains Wilt"
The high school Epworth
League of the First Methodist
church entertained on -Friday ev
ening with a party, honoring -the
standard Bearers and the Qaeen
Esthers of the church; fne id .-
Miss Taylor was in charge ef. the
games. - , -
A Christmas tree, with presents
for all, was featured. Miss Es
ther Gardner was chairman of the
Sixty guests were present at the
Salem Nature Club Postpones
There will be no meeting of the
Salem Nature club until after the
holidays, according to announce
ment made yesterday.
High School Football Boys
Are Honored With Banquet
An interesting banquet' was held
at the Salem high school last
week honoring the members of the
football team. Mrs. Jensen and
the girls of the domestic science
class served the banquet. The de
corative features were the contrl
button of Miss Helen Barrett. Miss
Edith FIndley was chairman of
W. C, T. U. Announces
The W. C. T. U. will hold the
annual Christmas tree meeting on
Tuesday of this week, at 2:30
o'clock, in the hall. Donations of
gifts dolls, toys of any kind,
books, i clothing, and candy, are
wanted for this tree. These do
nations, all of which will be most
gratefully rectlved, will be sent to
the Children's Farm Home at Cor
vallls. - Gifts should be left at the W. C.
T. U. hall or different arrange
ments may be made by calling
Mrs. J. J. Nunn at 690.
Mrs. Charles Lisle will be In
charge - of the devotions daring
the afternoon, while the ganeral
leader will bs Mrs. Elmir Raid.
Christmas Carols WiU Be :
Heard at Theaters
Two loeal soloists, Oscar Ging
rich and Lyman McDonald, have
been secured to sing at the Elsl
nore and Oregon theatres on Wed
nesday and Thursday of this week.
In the interest of the Christina
seal sale. .The feature Is being
sponsored by members of the Sa
lem Women's club.
BEXEFIT AT EUSIXORE TO BE
Some "newsies" have homes
and some haven't.
But, as has been of ten demon
strated, they can eat and they all
With something of this thought
in mind, the Elsinore theater man
agement has arranged a special
newsboy performance next Wed
Thirty per cent of the proceeds
will go toward expenses of the din
ner Christmas day and for useful
OBREGOFi'S TERM RAISED
Time of President in Office In
created Br Two Tears
MEXICO CITY, Dec. 17 (AP)
General Obregon, at present the
only Mexican presidential candi
date, will serve a six Instead of a
fonr year term, if elected in 1928.
The chamber of deputies and
the senate have amended the
constitution extending the presi-
- Special Sunday
60c Dinner 60c
at VALLEY GRILL
156 U S. Commercial Street
Chilled Celery Hearts
Chicken Gumbo a la Creole
Roast Oregon Chicken, Corn
Creamed Chicken en Casserole
Breaded Veal Chops, Sauce
Roast Leg of Pork with Sage
Cold Slaw Mashed Potatoes
Parker' House Rolls
Jello with Whipped Cream
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate or Milk
Four Doors South of Ladd A
deatlal term from tour to six
years. Twenty-two state legisla
tures previously bad ratified the
amending bill passed by the fed
Beating ewords Into plows harr ;
won't help if they keep on bea
ing twisted Terslons of history ir -to
the heads of children. Bea rt
mont Enterprise-Journal.' '
"A Look Into the
Heavenly Throne Room"
Hear This Subject 1 &
Sunday Night December 18, 7:45
at the -w
Seventh Day Adventist Church'
Corner of N. Fifth and Gaines St.
COMING CRYSTAL, GARDENS
Tuesday, Dec. 20 4
SPANISH BALLROOM BAND
: And Extra Added Attraction
The Great Horse Race
.:). A Traveling Eastern Attraction
Horse race on the dance floor. Real horses nsed and the
dancers are Jockeys. Something new you'll like.
All Worn Parts Replaced with New
$225 to $365 - Fordson with Trucks $600
See Us for Terms
Buy when you hatfe such a good selection as
we have now to choose from.
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Poinsettiaes L.-$1.60 to $4.00
Cyclamen . $1.00 to $3.50
Primroses .. .$1.00 to $1.50
Christmas Cherries ..$1.00 to $150
Begonias ..$2.00 to $4.00
Planted Baskets $3.50 to $7.50
OSCAR D. "FROSTY" OLSON
Salem's New Telegraph Florist
High Grade Pianos and Phonographs at Practically, Give-A way Prices and Terms
' A SAMPLE OF THE MANY FINE BARGAINS SOME NEWfr-SOME USED
Term f5 Cash
and 93 m Month
aoid S5 a Month
Fine Upright Piano
Terms 3 Cash
and $3 a Month
pfi rBAcncE PIANO
Terms $3 Cash
and $3 a Month
Terms 93 Cash
and 9$ a Month-
SOME OF THE PIANOS ARE BRAND NEW SOME USED ALL ARE FULLY GUARANTEED
In perfect condition
SIO cash 90 month
In fine condition -
$10 cash $7 month
High grade make
96 cash 9a month
Latest case design
$10 cash 96 month
Latest case design
910 cash $6 month
AMONG THESE PIANOS ARE SUCH WORLD FAMOUS MAKES AS KNABE, SCHULZ, KURTZMAN, REMINGTON,
BEHR BROS., KOHLER & CAMPBELL, FAIRBANKS; MAYNARD, GIBSON, SINGER, EMERSON, RICHMOND, WEB
ER, VOSE, AND OTHERS.
9700 Player Piano
915 cash 97 month
9750 Player Piano
913 rash -98 month
915 cash 910 month
Almost New Apt'mt
915 cash 910 month
9700 BRAND NEW
915 cash 910 month
WE WILL MAKE ITER MS ; ON ANY PIANO OR PHONOGRAPH ABOUT THE SAME AS RENT
A UST OF RECORDS FREE WITH EACH ONE.
WE LIST HERE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS:
Terms as low as
$1 a Week
$ 35 Columbia
3 50 Grafonola
SI 50 Columbia
$200 Laxinola $ 40
$175 Victrola Console ......:.$ 65
$295 Edison $ 95
$ 75 Mahogany Style
If you want a Phon
ograph come down
and pick it out. We
will make the price
and terms right
Most of these are
just like new. All
are in good condi
THE, PIANO EXCHANGE
LOCATION OF SALE AT '
990 NORTH FRONT STREET SALEM JUST NORTH OF HUNT'S CANNERY